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Unusual noise My copier is making a louder noise than usual while printing. Like maybe a motor or wheel or something?

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  • steve clark
    steve clark Jun 01, 2009

    not my noise type, thanks anyway!

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Scanner unit initialises on power on condition. scanner unit moves to right extreem end and makes banging noise. This problem is due to scanner unable to find the home position. open the flat bed glass unit . one end of there will be black colure with white stip. apply black marker ink on black colour and fix the blass back to griginal position. scanner will work.

Posted on Sep 13, 2007

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