Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I've tried wiping/cleaning the feeder rollers with alcohol and generally cleaned around. Consistently skews all pages in the same direction about 5 degrees.
A few things can cause that to happen.
1. Make sure the toner is sitting correctly all the way in the drum unit.
2. Make sure the drum/toner are inserted all the way into the printer.
3. Check that the printer's back door is closed fully.
4. Open the back door and check if there is anything in the way of the paper.
5. Make sure the width set guides are not broken in the printer tray and are set correctly.
Posted on Aug 19, 2019
Testimonial: "If the toner isn't seated correctly and if the back door is open, most printers will sense that and won't even start trying. The other things I'd checked already before asking the question. But thanks for the advice anyway."
One of the rollers could be jammed with a staple or small bit of paper?
Posted on Sep 08, 2019
Testimonial: "Sorry Micheal... if you'd re-read my comments you'll see that it couldn't be the feeder... that I'd found a solution that seems to be some sort of software reset for the Scanner."
Whoaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No need to da all that. Lift up the Doc feeder and look at the SMALL strip of glass, you will see a dot or something on it, clean w/alcohol. Voila taken care of. the dot ( pen mark, white out, etc...) makes a line because the document is Moving and that dot now looks like a line to the copier. :)
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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