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I have a problem with my panasonic printer when i have start my printer msg display check rear cover...plz help me.

Panasonic Office... | Answered on Mar 13, 2019

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Panasonic... | Answered on Mar 11, 2019

There is a sensor in the throat of the machine that tells if there is paper present. look in the area where the leading edge of the paper sits when paper is loaded. you should be able to see a small piece of plastic sticking up that looks like it would block the paper. That is the sensor flag. Slide a piece of paper in and make sure that it pushes the sensor flag backwards. If it does, the sensor is probably coated with paper dust. Use canned air to blow air at the bottom of the sensor flag to remove the paper dust from the sensor.

Panasonic Office... | Answered on Feb 28, 2019

If you want to print a envolope. You would need to use a word processing programme like Word.
Set the paper to the size of the envolope you want to print on in the page option
type the address in the middle of the page
then place your envolope in the printer and print.

Panasonic Office... | Answered on Feb 28, 2019

When troubleshooting printer problems, first determine that the problem is truly with the printer. The problem may be the computer hardware communicating with the printer, the applications software using the printer, the printer driver, the printer cable, or the printer itself. Make sure your printer powered on and the printer cable are properly connected. Set your Panasonic printer as the default printer. Update the printer drivers or try to reinstall the printer drivers to make sure it will work properly. To update the drivers you can use your browser and connect the computer to the internet and download a latest driver for your printer model and to reinstall the drivers please insert the installation CD on your CD/DVD drive and run the installation. After the installation completed please reboot your computer and your printer device. Then provide enough available hard drive space for the software to create temporary prints files. You can try also to use another computer to print from it or use another printer to the computer you used. Also please read or see the printer documentation or manual for troubleshooting steps to help you solve printer's problems additional to the guides above.

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Panasonic Office... | Answered on Feb 07, 2019

1. Polygon Motor connector is disconnected.
2. SPC PCB connector is disconnected.
3. Polygon Motor is defective.
4. LVPS is defective.
5. DRV PCB is defective.

Panasonic Office... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

1. Paper Jam in Fuser Unit.
2. Paper Exit Sensor 1 or 2 is disconnected.
3. Paper Exit Sensor 1 or 2 is defective.
4. DRV PCB connector is disconnected.
5. DRV PCB is defective.
6. SPC PCB connector is disconnected.
7. SPC PCB is defective.

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

It means you should call to schedule an appointment to have a service technician come to your premises to repair the machine.

Panasonic Office... | Answered on Jan 30, 2019

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