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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: repair of xerox copier 5334
Most of the time this indication comes from having a piece of paper lodged behind the paper drawer, blocking the paper drawer sensor, giving this indication. Remove the paper drawer and look into the cavity and you should be able to see the paper and remove it.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
SOURCE: Ricoh 1035 - Tray 4
There is a wire harness that connects the two bottom trays to the main machine. The connector might be loose or have a break in the harness. The main machine is not seeing the bottom two trays. Let me know if this helps.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
SOURCE: Problem While printing
Hi there it seems to me that you have the printer driver set incorrectly.
First on the computer click on
Then Control panel
Printers and Faxes
once in there right hand click on the pinter and select printing preferences.
Select the tray you wish to use as your default. Ok and exit that.
On the printer press the green tick button move the up or down arrow until paper handling is displayed. Select which feed either cassette or MP then sizes for this tray. Once that is complete select what media type the paper is i.e. plain preprinted or others.
(You may have to do that in the printing preferences within the driver as well)
That all going well you should now be able to press the print button and the page will come out from where you asked it from and with out pressing any buttons.
Hope this was of some help.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
Your problem is more than likely that the sensor lever is not properly positioned. You may also have dislodged the shaft from the drive gears (gears on right out side of carriage). Both are easy to do.
Here's a couple pictures of the exact positioning of the paper sensor positioning. It should freely flip up and fall back down with gravity. Remove the tray and check the flag that hangs down.
Just in case you have dislodged the shaft from the geartrain, here's a free copy of the HP Service manual for the printer that will walk you through disassembling the right side for re-mounting the shaft and holder clip for the shaft.
Hope that helps you. :)
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Posted on Sep 10, 2008
Do you mean you have internal finisher? Try to make any copy with staple it should comes out from there, if not you have to go to machine setting or copy setting , you do this by pressing menu buttom, and change the output paper to the internal finisher.
Let me know wat happen after.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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