12-20-2007 09:38 AM
Solved! Go to Solution.
12-20-2007 09:54 AM
12-20-2007 01:31 PM
But yes, check those power contacts that were suggested. If those aren't... you might be looking at repairs or replacement.
12-20-2007 02:26 PM
On the front door around 3 inches from the right (I think), there should be a thin piece of plastic 1/2 inch x 1/4 inch.
This should go into a corresponding slot on the printer.
If this is the case, fold up a piece of paper and push it into the slot.
12-21-2007 12:07 PM
If it's presently plugged in to a surge protector or UPS, plug it directly in to a wall outlet instead.
03-10-2008 10:48 AM
Scenario 1- If the tab is missing on the door then go ahead and stick a piece of paper in to push the tongue.
Scenario 2- If the tab is in place but there is no white plastic tongue then remove the side skins (no screws), then loosen the back (4 screws) but do not remove. Then remove the top (3 black screws and one large head silver screw). Hopefully, you are able to locate the three pieces described above and relocate them in their rightful spot (see photo). First the tongue, then the lever with the spring seated on the right arm of the lever. The biggest trick is to reseat the spring with tension.
Hope this helps. It can be done with a little (lot of) patience.
12-27-2009 07:14 AM
The door had flown open and broken the tab when it was thrown in.
I was about to give up when I found this thread.
Now working as it should!
Will give it to the youngsters for their homework, hopefully it will be cheaper than a normal inkjet.
02-03-2010 01:40 PM