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Clean scanning bed glass INSIDE

After a couple years use the inside of the scanning glass is gucky from off-gassing from the plastics but I see no easy way to disassemble or otherwise get to the "inside" of the glass....

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  • mccgsm Aug 31, 2008

    Thanks, Rakeshpramod; I pretty much figured this out--the All in Ones are designed so you CANNOT clean the glass internally, which is an absolutely STUPID design by HP and the LAST HP scanner I'll buy--no excuse for such planned obselescence and enforced use of factory techs. But at least you were helpful!

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There are 5 scress on the flat bed around the glass and you will have to pop the control panal facia off then to reveil the touch pad circutary panel, you have to unhoo kthe clip at the bottom of the circutary panel in order to slide to the left and left off the unit (there is a thin ribbon cable behind it you can just arefully pull it off and resertion during the reassemble later. Once you did all that...there will be two clips on the left and right near the corner of the top flat bed glass assembly which you have to unclip then you will be able to lift the whole piece out of the unit and take your time to clean the glass all you wanted. There is also cabling on the back for the document feeder so just be careful with it. Whole thing is pretty durable even the cabling as long as you take your time and do it slowly, it will be just fine. Funny cas I just did the cleaning two hours ago and saw this postiong so I know it will work...cheer.

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Untill Unless it is Hp iam affraid we have anybody who can fix this issue.
Because it also has the machanisum involved in it the allignment of the carriage is a main problem her as it is all machine made even if you are able to open the glass it is not possibel to reassemble the carriage.
In future you may not be able to print even.
It is better to call HP and get the All-In-One Replaced

Good Luck

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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