Question about Lexmark Optra T612n Laser Printer
On the underside of the printer there is a shaft to which an arm is attached with the paper pickup rollers. On the shaft is a plastic moulding to which a spring is attached which keeps the paper feed rollers up when not printing. The moulding broke and the spring detached and the feed rollers dropped into the paper tray which is how we became aware of the problem. I found a way of attaching the spring however it hasnt fixed the problem. When I try to use the printer I now get a message to replace the paper tray. Is there something else which has broken or is it a matter of resetting something.
The broken part is called the bell crank arm part number 56P1228 this is very common. If the printer isn't recognising your tray, remove it and check the little plastic fingers on the left side (half way down the tray) and the metal springs in the printer (left side) which the tray pushes on to.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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