Question about HP LaserJet 2420 Printer
when i on the printer then "standard top bin full pls remove paper"
shows massage. I have HP laserjet printer 3005 dn . so how can i solve this problem.
pls help me
Hi there is seems that the machine thinks there is too much paper at the paper printout exit. If there are printouts on the top of the printer remove them and the printer will start printing or the error message will go away. If there is nothing on top of the printer then where the paper comes out after it has printed you will see a black plastic lever type it is more likely to be in the up position without breaking it if it hasn't already been broken move it so it is in the down position it is on a hinge so be careful and it should sit at an angle. Once this has been done the printer will reset the message itself.
Hope this is help you oh if the arm is broken it will need replacing (just the arm)
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
if have the same problem like Standard top bin full make sure your exit tray on top much be automatic falling down after the printout. it will not just fall down the black exit tray from your hand your problem will be resolved thank you..
Posted on Mar 22, 2012
The key was finding out that this sensor is on the paper exit path.
I checked that all covers were indeed closed and fixed my HP5200
Posted on May 14, 2008
Thanks buddy it works ...
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
WE HAD THE ERROR MESSAGE STANDARD TOP BIN FULL AND OUR PRINTER WOULD NOT PRINT SO WE USED THE SUGGESTIONS FROM J BUT THERE WAS NOTHING WRONG WITH THE BLACK PLASTIC LEVER SO ALL WE DID WAS BLOW THE PRINTER OUT WHERE THE PAPER COMES OUT FROM PRINTING WITH A CAN OF AIR. WE FIGURED THE SENSOR WAS DUSTY.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
Hey i just take out the cartridge and put it back again. problem solved
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
Firstly, is the exit bin full of paper? If it is, just remove it.
If not, then it's going to be a sensor that recognizes the paper amounts in the exit tray. Check for broken plastics and possibly stuck plastic flaps in the exit tray.
If it's neither of those, try turn it off, unplug, then reverse.
Other than that, if no go, then it's an internal sensor issue. At that point, probably the best bet is to replace as repair costs would outweight a new unit cost most likely.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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