Question about Canon LBP 800 Laser Printer
Hi, every time i want to print i must feed the printer with one page at a time or it takes all the pages in and prints on one of them.how can i fix this problem?
You will need som of these rollers: Paper feed Roller Ass'y part No: RM1-0037-020 Paper Pick-Up Roller ass'y Part No: RM1-0036-020 Google the part number and you should be able to find a local dealer of them
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
Printers have feed rollers and separation rollers or separation pad.In your case, separation roller or pad is the problem.
Separation rollers separate sheets from each other.Clean it or replace it.
Posted on Nov 02, 2007
Take a soft cotton wiping rag with warm water and mild detergent and clean your printer surface areas well being careful not to break or damage any thing or get any electrical part wet just the surface areas where the paper feeds. After thoro cleaning carefully dry the same areas you clean with a dry cotton rag. You should see a noticable difference next time you use your printer. Cleanliness is next to Godliness and Computers and Printers like it too.
Posted on Aug 07, 2007
I had this problem and I cleaned the rollers. It worked for quite a while after that. Worth the effort.
Posted on Apr 29, 2007
I've heard that a little sanding the rollers with some course sandpaper sometimes gives them a little extra life...
Posted on Apr 25, 2007
Clean the separator pad, just under the paper pickup rollers. Water and cloth. or a toothbrush soaked in water,.
Posted on Apr 16, 2007
I just took the back of the machine off by unscrewing five screws and that gave me access to the feed rollers. I used isopropol alcohol and Q-tips to clean the rollers and the pads under the rollers. This fixed my problem.
Posted on Mar 07, 2007
Sounds like the rollers used to grab the paper are worn down. According to this page that references replacable parts for that model, it doesn't look like the rollers are on the list: http://www.dttservice.com/printers/canonprinterparts.html#Canon22X It looks like with the price of the replacement parts anyways that it may be just cheaper to buy a new printer.
Posted on Sep 14, 2006
It's a pickup roller problem. You can try cleaning them with alcohol, realizing that eventually that process will dry out the rollers. The problem is the paper dust gets on the rollers and "clogs" them, making them slippery...or it could be the separation pad opposite the pickup rollers...I would clean that as well.
Posted on Jun 19, 2007
I would suggest you have a foreign object that has entered the paper feed path. Tip the machine on its back and give a tap or two. You may even here something rolling around as you tip it back. If you can't get it out you may have to remove the covers to get better access. Try http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com for a service manual if you are not sure how to remove the covers.
Posted on Sep 16, 2007
SOURCE: MF8180C Check paper size error
for god's sake don't ring canon customer service as they are useless and just keep directing me to their **** driver which is causing the problem. i could not convince them that my "printer properties" "paper available" was locked on "letter" and won't allow me to change it. even when i go to the "printer preferences" page and set everything to a4 and press "apply" it still is locked on "letter" in the "printer properties" page. Iv'e probably wasted about 20 hours on this and my office has nearly ground to a halt. If i knew it was going to be this much bother i could have just bought another brand printer.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
If this printer have control pannel then open menu then finde out factory stting ,set default it and save it other wise remove printer s/w and install again
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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