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it could be a problem with printer and least with the print head.......i would advice to contact Kodak tech support...........

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probably the feed switch actuator is loose or knocked off.

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Scanner Model is Kodak i4200. Whenever I scan a document in Color Mode the background is filled with BLUE color. This doesn't happen when I scan in B/W mode. Can you please help ?


If you are talking about a blue tinge Try turning on background smoothing in the driver under adjustments that may sort it or adjust the brigtness and contrast a little if that doesnt solve it Image calibration is the next step you will need to contact Kodak as its not a user function

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What causes a kodak i700 scanner to keep running?


Could be the setting in the driver (scan validation tool) time out or if the feeder roller continues to turn clean the sensor located on the paper tray inside the square hole approx 8 mm X8 mm just below where the feed rollers are located

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Where is the serial number for the i4200 scanner


The Printer access cover which is right under the output tray - lift this cover to access the feed module release
knob and the optional Enhanced Printer for changing printer positions
and maintenance. The scanner serial number and K number are also
located in this area. ---> All of this is located in the User Manual, FYI.

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Installed new printhead,took new ink I had just put in old printhead and put it back in new printhead. Will print nothing.just spits put blank 4x6 photo paper it says to load in to get calibration.Then it...


The document specs of your printer is given below:
Document & Media Handling Max Original Size Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) Original Type Sheets Min Copy Size 3.5 in x 5 in Max Copy Size Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) Standard Media Capacity 100 sheets Output Trays Capacity 50 sheets Document & Media Handling Details Input tray - 100 sheets size: 3.5 in x 5 in - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) ¦ Output tray - 50 sheets size: 3.5 in x 5 in - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) ¦ ADF - 3.94 in x 5.9 in I would rather suggest to take a print in normal A4 size plain paper and see what you get. Please revert back Suspected 1) paper scanner faulty not able to judge paper.

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Good Evening, I have a i420 Kodak Scanner when scanning in images it makes this high pitch screaming noise.


I highly doubt the main board is going bad. There is a huge difference between an electronic high pitched noise vs a scanner noise. Does the noise only occur while scanning or when parts are moving? If yes, then a scanner noise. If the noise is on all the time even when idle, then you have an electronic noise like an open or leaking capacitor.
On this particular model the seperation idle roller builds up with paper dust and will cause a high pitched noise. Like nails on a chalk board. Very simple fix. Open cover. Grab seperation assembly and pull toward the tray at the front of the scanner, it will pop loose then lift up. Make sure to pop it back into place good. Be forcefull. With the assembly in hand, clean, and lube idle roll. It is the first metal/plastic roll the paper touches at the tray entrance. Also clean the shafts and bushings for the rubber rolls. Reassemble and you are all set. Happens on EVERY I420 scanner I have seen.

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Pen gartridge jam


Is it an ink cartridge jam

Please follow steps below : STEP: Disconnect and Reconnect the Printer Power Supply
Unplug the power cord from the wall socket. Disconnect the power supply from the back of the printer.

Wait 15 seconds.


Reconnect the power supply to the back of the printer.


Plug the power cord back into the wall socket


STEP: Raise and Lower the Scanner Assembly on the Printer


Lift the lid of the scanner until the locking bar catches to move the ink cartridge carrier to the center position.


Release the locking bar and close the scanner assembly.


If the ink cartridge carrier fails to center, repeat steps 1 and 2


Scanner Assembly Open but Without the Cartridge Carrier Centering


STEP: Check to See if the Ink Carrier Latches Are Open


Open the printer.


Check inside the printer to see if the cartridge carrier latches that hold the ink cartridges down have popped open.


Close the carrier latches


STEP: Remove any Torn or Stuck Pieces of Paper from the Input Tray and Output Tray


Disconnect the power brick from the back of the printer.


Lift the scanner unit.


Look down inside the printer and remove any torn or stuck paper from the input or output tray by pulling firmly.


Close the scanner unit.


Reconnect the power brick to the back of the printer


STEP: Clear Obstructions From the Input Tray


STEP: Fan the Paper


Grasp the **** of paper at one end (Figure 1).


Place your thumb on top of the opposite end of the paper and fan the paper like a deck of cards.


Flex the paper back and forth, and then fan it.


Straighten the edges of the stack on a level surface.


Top of Form 1


Bottom of Form 1


Additional Information


It is quite possible for objects such as pens, pencils, paperclips, and other small items to fall into the paper input tray causing paper jams to occur. Follow the below steps to try and clear any obstructions that may have fallen into the printer.


Caution:


The next steps involve lifting the printer and turning it upside down. Only perform these steps if you are willing and able to do so.


Remove all paper from the input tray.


Unplug the power brick from the back of the printer.


Unplug the USB cable from the back of the printer.


Lift the printer up and turn it upside down.


Caution:


Make sure that you are holding onto the scan bed to prevent it from falling open when the printer is turned upside down.


Tilt the printer from side to side while it is upside down to see if any obstructions fall from the input tray.

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Kodak I260 paper tray not lowering after tray emptied


The Kodak i260 has a fixed Paper Tray and does not automatically move up and down?????

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My kodak easyshare5300 is printing black picture


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If your product is still within the warranty period from KOdak then you can call them up for some step by step troubleshooting to help you with your problem and as well they can replace the printer if defective.

Try this first

Calibrate your printer, then print a demo sheet.
  1. If paper is in the photo paper tray, remove it.
  2. Load photo paper into the photo tray.
    1. Fan the paper to keep the sheets from sticking together. IMPORTANT: Do not overload the photo tray.
    2. Load a maximum of 20 sheets into the photo tray, with the Kodak logo facing up.
    3. Engage the photo tray by pushing it in until it stops. p289_0006aa.jpg
  3. Calibrate your printer.
    1. Press Menu.
    2. Select Calibrate Printer, then press Start.
    3. Wait for your printer to print the calibration sheet.
    4. Place the calibration sheet face down on the scanner glass.
      • For the 5300 AiO printer, place the sheet on the front right corner of the scanner glass.
      • For the 5500 AiO printer, place the sheet on the left rear corner of the scanner glass.
    5. Press Start.
    6. Wait until "Calibration complete. Remove calibration page from scanner glass. Press OK to continue." appears on the LCD display.
    7. Remove the calibration sheet from the scanner glass, then press OK.
  4. Print a demo sheet.
    1. Disengage the photo tray by sliding it towards you until it stops. When the photo tray is disengaged, the main tray is active.
    2. Select Print Demo Page, then press Start.
    3. Wait for the demo sheet to print.

Then call them if issue Persist at these numbers:

In the U.S. and Canada: 1-800-421-6699
In Australia and New Zealand: 1800 793 895

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Ink cartridge jam


ink cartridge jam

STEP: Disconnect and Reconnect the Printer Power Supply
Unplug the power cord from the wall socket.
Disconnect the power supply from the back of the printer.
Wait 15 seconds.
Reconnect the power supply to the back of the printer.
Plug the power cord back into the wall socket

STEP: Raise and Lower the Scanner Assembly on the Printer
Lift the lid of the scanner until the locking bar catches to move the ink cartridge carrier to the center position.
Release the locking bar and close the scanner assembly.
If the ink cartridge carrier fails to center, repeat steps 1 and 2
Scanner Assembly Open but Without the Cartridge Carrier Centering
STEP: Check to See if the Ink Carrier Latches Are Open
Open the printer.
Check inside the printer to see if the cartridge carrier latches that hold the ink cartridges down have popped open.
Close the carrier latches
STEP: Remove any Torn or Stuck Pieces of Paper from the Input Tray and Output Tray
Disconnect the power brick from the back of the printer.
Lift the scanner unit.
Look down inside the printer and remove any torn or stuck paper from the input or output tray by pulling firmly.
Close the scanner unit.
Reconnect the power brick to the back of the printer
STEP: Clear Obstructions From the Input Tray
STEP: Fan the Paper
Grasp the ream of paper at one end (Figure 1).
Place your thumb on top of the opposite end of the paper and fan the paper like a deck of cards.
Flex the paper back and forth, and then fan it.
Straighten the edges of the stack on a level surface.
Top of Form 1
Bottom of Form 1
Additional Information
It is quite possible for objects such as pens, pencils, paperclips, and other small items to fall into the paper input tray causing paper jams to occur. Follow the below steps to try and clear any obstructions that may have fallen into the printer.

Caution:
The next steps involve lifting the printer and turning it upside down. Only perform these steps if you are willing and able to do so.

Remove all paper from the input tray.
Unplug the power brick from the back of the printer.
Unplug the USB cable from the back of the printer.
Lift the printer up and turn it upside down.

Caution:
Make sure that you are holding onto the scan bed to prevent it from falling open when the printer is turned upside down.
Tilt the printer from side to side while it is upside down to see if any obstructions fall from the input tray.

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