I accidentally lay the screen down on top of a ream of paper rather than flat, and now I just get a white screen. Is this definitely broken? Turning on and off and adjusting brightness has no effect. This is actually a Proview 758 - it's 5 years old, but was working beautifully until this morning.
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there are four black plastic finger type actuators protruding from the exit rollers ( in the catch tray) these help push the paper down after exit from printer - in some cases where damp paper is common the curl generated by the fuser heat is enough to trip these \'Fingers\' into the position where the printer thinks the output tray is full to capacity
do you ntoice when the paper leaves the machine if there is any curling in the paper if this is the case open a new ream of fresh paper and try again
also the output tray full sensor is probably covered in dust/paper debris- removing the top cover will reveal the position of the sensor connected to the actuator arms clean and dust this to cure error ( assuming theres no damp paper)
Perform the following steps to reduce or eliminate faded or grainy lines:
Print at a higher quality setting.
that the paper you are printing on will lay flat. Paper that is not
laying flat can cause banding when the paper transitions over the
rollers or cause the print cartridges to scrape across the surface of
the page. Check the top sheet of paper by removing it from the
all-in-one and placing it on a flat surface. If the paper does not lie
flat, bend it in the opposite direction to straighten it.
Figure 3: Faded or grainy bands in print caused by paper that is not flat1 - Faded or grainy bands due to roller transition with paper that is not flat.2 - Faded or grainy bands due to print cartridge scrape on paper that is not flat
broken belt......simple fix.......remove lint filter from top 2 screws remove.........insert screwdriver between top & front push down to pop top......1 screw on each side holding front on at top remove them....front will then pick up off the 2 remaining clips at the front bottom.....spin door around to the side belt should be laying in the bottom of the dryer or around the tub but broken.......hope this helps......
Thanks for the solution. I have a oki B4300, same problem.
I opened top, removed toner/drum. On your left, in front, there is metal roller held by springs. Plastic strip is just in front of this. Two square windows under plastic strip should look dark.
In my case, the Left "window "was white. This was a very small piece of paper which also extended under a small, moveable magnetic switch to the far left. I removed this paper by grabbing it (next to the switch) with a pair of surgical forceps, gently twisting it until it could be pulled out. No need to remove any parts. It now is fixed!