Hopefully it just needs to be re-seated in the connector. It to snaps out of it holder. If I were designing it, I would have put a pin thru the switch with an e-clip on each end. I urge you all to go to http: The rest of this seems simple enough. Last night before your help I found a lower and to the right black lever, which made a little metal thing directly below the switch move–which was interesting, but NOT what I needed.
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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. You can see the tiny button that the lever arm pushes I have also removed and reinstalled the cartridge. First check the article below, your printer may have an available driver. Hopefully it just needs to be re-seated in the connector. The display reads “cover open”. Click ‘Apply’ and the the ‘OK’ lex,ark.
On the lcd screen it says that there is a paper jam when there isn’t even any paper in the printer.
c3470 I wonder how long time it will be until my the new one my friend got will break down. Did this solve your problem?
Installed old LEXMARK X on Windows 7, but will not work. – Microsoft Community
A handy feature to say the least. This thread is locked. The thing I liked about this machine was that I bought it for cheap and it I desperately needed a printer, scanner, copier.
In my opinion, this printer is a piece of garbage. Your methods were extremely descriptive and knowledgeable.
Did you ever receive help for your paper feed problem? Although I didn’t receive the model I ordered, that one I got is nice.
It was a pain, but I got it fixed, thanks to your directions. What a design flaw! I had the same issue; everything worked great until trying to get the nylon lever arm back on; took me about 10 tries. The white lever fell out when I shook it upside down and after a few attempts managed to click it back in place, without even using a screwdriver! You even posted pics? I was able to follow Rob M’s directions and repair the Lexmark without dismanteling the printer.
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Can you help me figure out what to do? Have you found anything thus far?
Worst case would be if that ribbon cable were damaged. Please let me know. I didn’t do too much added damage to the case. OK, so I did lexmafk of your instructions and I am still getting the cover open message of death. Is there any permanent solution? I would have had to have done this directly through the company too, as no one services Lexmark printers.
Under Hardware and X33470, click Use a printer. Glad to hear the mystery of Lexmark cover-open has been solved. It has features for photos that I never used. Add to Wish List. Thanks for marking this as the answer.