Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
You have to look on the sides of the printer where the door closes. Here it should
be a mechanical sensor. Make sure that it closes properly to sense the door
is closed. If it doesn't, it needs to be replaced.
More exactly, it's a sensor underneath the fuser door activated by a plastic arm, which is difficult to see. This sensor has a spring arm against which the plastic arm pushes and you have to bent the spring arm out just for a second so that the sensor can activate by itself.
I hope I helped you!
Posted on May 19, 2011
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