Question about BenQ Office Equipment & Supplies
The noise is generated by the belt that moves the scanning head - it's no longer firmly attached to the gear and it skips over the teeth. This is caused bu a defect in the head - it's stuck, mechanical fault.
You will have to dismantle the scanner to find out why it's stuck and if it's repairable - but i doubt it since this is usually caused by a damaged data cable and this is unfixable.
Better just cut your losses and buy a new one.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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