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Randall Rash Posted on Feb 14, 2007

No paper detected

My new DR-7580 worked for a few days. Now when I try to scan, the tray raises, it sounds like the pick up rollers are spinning (but they are not), the tray lowers, and I get a message that no paper was detected in the feeder. Is this an easy fix?

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Try cleaning the rollers if that doesn't work, remove all of the rollers (feed seperator and retard) then simply reinstall them. This fixed the errors we had.

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