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Lanier copier screen says put auto feeder down. What does that mean?

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SOURCE: Auto feeder misalignment

Are you sure you don't have a static problem locking the paper to the glass.

Posted on Apr 02, 2007

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SOURCE: black line when scanning though auto feeder

pls clean the side glas of scnner with tissue paper ther is two type of glass is there one is a4 size and second is normal slim one so pls clean the slim one with wet tissue paper and see is ti clean .


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Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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SOURCE: LANIER COPIER 7313

I guess by your fault description that there is a blank gap before the printing starts? The only way to cure this problem is to replace the registration clutch as it is turning on too late and not releasing the paper quick enough. Also check that the paper tray dial is displaying the correct paper size and position.

Thanks Jason

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Auto document feeder

Did you make sure the tape is removed inside the Document feeder,or maybe you need to check to see if anything is stuck in the rollers. Open the door (if you have not already done so) to the document feeder and you will see pictures on the inside showing how you can remove and/or change the roller (make sure everything is put back as the picture. Good luck, I hope that is all that is wrong with it.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

SOURCE: lanier copier ld145 locked up, code is

Fuser warm up problem. Cause needs to be fixed and then code can be reset in service mode by a tech.

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