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Image 1/2: Rotate the printer 90 degrees counter clockwise so that the side panel next to control panel is facing you. Image 2/2: Remove the two T10 12mm Torx screws from the left side panel.
  • Before disassembling your printer, be sure that the printer has been unplugged.

  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees counter clockwise so that the side panel next to control panel is facing you.

  • Remove the two T10 12mm Torx screws from the left side panel.

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Image 1/2: Rotate the side panel upwards while pulling it towards yourself to remove the panel. Image 2/2: Rotate the side panel upwards while pulling it towards yourself to remove the panel.
  • Firmly pull the the back of the side panel until it separates from the body of the printer.

  • Rotate the side panel upwards while pulling it towards yourself to remove the panel.

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Image 1/2: Grasp the paper tray and rotate it down. Image 2/2: Insert your fingers into the slot in the printer door and pull to rotate the gate down.
  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees clockwise.

  • Grasp the paper tray and rotate it down.

  • Insert your fingers into the slot in the printer door and pull to rotate the gate down.

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Image 1/2: Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws. Image 2/2: Grasp both sides of the side panel and pull it forward to remove the panel.
  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees clockwise.

  • Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws.

  • Grasp both sides of the side panel and pull it forward to remove the panel.

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Image 1/2: Lift the scanner lid to expose the scanner glass. Image 2/2: Lift the scanner lid to expose the scanner glass.
  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees counter clockwise.

  • Lift the scanner lid to expose the scanner glass.

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Image 1/1: Do not attempt to lift the top panel off the printer yet because it is still connected to the printer body by a cable.
  • Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws.

  • Do not attempt to lift the top panel off the printer yet because it is still connected to the printer body by a cable.

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Image 1/2: Inside the printer is a small white tab. Press it inward with a spudger until a pop is heard. Image 2/2: Remove the front panel by grasping its front and pulling away from the printer.
  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees counter clockwise.

  • Inside the printer is a small white tab. Press it inward with a spudger until a pop is heard.

  • Remove the front panel by grasping its front and pulling away from the printer.

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Image 1/2: Remove the cable connecting the top panel of the printer to the power button assembly. Image 2/2: Remove the cable connecting the top panel of the printer to the power button assembly.
  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees clockwise.

  • Remove the cable connecting the top panel of the printer to the power button assembly.

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  • Carefully lift the top panel of the printer away from the printer body.

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Image 1/2: Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws from the top front of the printer Image 2/2: Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws from the top front of the printer
  • Set aside the top panel of the printer.

  • Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws from the top front of the printer

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Image 1/2: Remove the scanner cable from the main circuit board. Image 2/2: Grasp the bottom of the cable and pull straight up. Do not wiggle it from side to side or twist it as this can damage the connection.
  • Rotate the Printer 90 degrees counter clockwise.

  • Remove the scanner cable from the main circuit board.

  • Grasp the bottom of the cable and pull straight up. Do not wiggle it from side to side or twist it as this can damage the connection.

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Image 1/1: Using both hands, lift the scanner tray from the body of the printer.
  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees clockwise.

  • Using both hands, lift the scanner tray from the body of the printer.

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Image 1/2: Push up on the tab holding the secondary control circuit board with the spudger and pull it forward to remove it. Image 2/2: Be careful not to pull too hard on the cable connecting the power button control circuit board and the secondary control circuit board to the main circuit board
  • Remove the power button circuit board from the support frame by pinching the left side, and pulling forward and to the left simultaneously.

  • Push up on the tab holding the secondary control circuit board with the spudger and pull it forward to remove it.

  • Be careful not to pull too hard on the cable connecting the power button control circuit board and the secondary control circuit board to the main circuit board

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Image 1/2: Lift the support frame off of the printer body with both hands. Image 2/2: Lift the support frame off of the printer body with both hands.
  • Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws.

  • Lift the support frame off of the printer body with both hands.

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  • Remove the printer door and paper tray by putting them in the closed position and not laying flat then rotating them upwards lift the left side up.

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Image 1/2: Make sure that the printer carriage is pushed all the way to the right. Image 2/2: Make sure that the printer carriage is pushed all the way to the right.
  • Remove both of the ink cartridges by grabbing the front of the ink cartridge and pulling down.

  • Make sure that the printer carriage is pushed all the way to the right.

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Image 1/2: Remove the T10 12 mm Torx screw on the left side of the track assembly. Image 2/2: Remove the T10 12 mm Torx screw on the left side of the track assembly.
  • Remove the T10 6 mm Torx screw on the left side of the track assembly.

  • Remove the T10 12 mm Torx screw on the left side of the track assembly.

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  • Gently push the ink cartridge carriage to the left side of the printer.

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Image 1/1: Remove the two T10  6 mm Torx screws.
  • Remove the two T10 12 mm Torx screws.

  • Remove the two T10 6 mm Torx screws.

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Image 1/2: Remove the cable connecting the ink cartridge carriage to the main circuit board. Image 2/2: Pull straight up to free the cable from the main circuit board.  Do not twist or wiggle the cable as doing so can damage it.
  • Rotate the printer 90 degrees counter clockwise.

  • Remove the cable connecting the ink cartridge carriage to the main circuit board.

  • Pull straight up to free the cable from the main circuit board. Do not twist or wiggle the cable as doing so can damage it.

  • You may need to lift the carriage up with one hand in order to reach the cable with the free hand as shown.

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  • Carefully remove the connector holding the drive motor wires to the main circuit board.

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Image 1/2: Using both hands, carefully lift the  ink cartridge track off of the main body of the printer. Image 2/2: Using both hands, carefully lift the  ink cartridge track off of the main body of the printer.
  • Slide the ink cartridge carriage all the way to the right side of the printer.

  • Using both hands, carefully lift the ink cartridge track off of the main body of the printer.

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Image 1/2: Remove the three T10 12mm Torx screws holding the paper guide to the printer body. Image 2/2: Lift the paper guide directly up to remove it and set it aside.
  • Set aside the ink cartridge carriage.

  • Remove the three T10 12mm Torx screws holding the paper guide to the printer body.

  • Lift the paper guide directly up to remove it and set it aside.

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  • Remove the four T10 12mm Torx screws from the roller holder.

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  • Remove the plastic gear cover by pulling it away from the printer body and lifting it up.

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Image 1/2: Remove the brush by grasping it firmly by the base and lift straight up. Image 2/2: Remove the brush by grasping it firmly by the base and lift straight up.
  • Remove the metal tab by rotating it away from the body of the printer and pulling up.

  • Remove the brush by grasping it firmly by the base and lift straight up.

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  • Remove the pad holder by lifting it straight up.

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Image 1/2: Remove the T10 12mm Torx screw on the roller panel. Image 2/2: Remove the T10 12mm Torx screw on the roller panel.
  • Remove the connector holding the feed roller motor to the logic board by pulling it strait up

  • Remove the T10 12mm Torx screw on the roller panel.

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  • Disconnect the page sensor from the logic board by pulling straight up on the connector.

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Image 1/3: Be careful because the feed roller assembly is now loose, but it is still attached to the main body of the printer. Image 2/3: Push in the tab on the left side of the back panel and pull outward to remove the back panel. Image 3/3: Push in the tab on the left side of the back panel and pull outward to remove the back panel.
  • Rotate the printer 180 degrees and turn it up on to the front side, so that the back of the printer is facing up and the bottom facing you.

  • Be careful because the feed roller assembly is now loose, but it is still attached to the main body of the printer.

  • Push in the tab on the left side of the back panel and pull outward to remove the back panel.

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Image 1/3: Remove the T10 12mm Torx screw from the bottom panel. Image 2/3: Grasp the top edge of the bottom panel and pull to remove it. Image 3/3: Grasp the top edge of the bottom panel and pull to remove it.
  • Tilt the printer up until the bottom of the printer can be seen.

  • Remove the T10 12mm Torx screw from the bottom panel.

  • Grasp the top edge of the bottom panel and pull to remove it.

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  • Remove the black plastic cross member from the bottom of the printer.

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  • Turn the printer back down so that it is sitting on the bottom panel and rotate the printer 180 degrees.

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Image 1/3: This is an extremely difficult step. It can take quite a bit of force to lift the printer head cleaner above the track and it is easy to slip and hurt yourself. Image 2/3: This is an extremely difficult step. It can take quite a bit of force to lift the printer head cleaner above the track and it is easy to slip and hurt yourself. Image 3/3: This is an extremely difficult step. It can take quite a bit of force to lift the printer head cleaner above the track and it is easy to slip and hurt yourself.
  • Remove the printer head cleaner by lifting the front of the printer head cleaner above the track and slide it forward.

  • This is an extremely difficult step. It can take quite a bit of force to lift the printer head cleaner above the track and it is easy to slip and hurt yourself.

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Image 1/3: Grasp the left side of the feed roller assembly and pull towards the front of the printer and up to free the metal tab from the slot. Image 2/3: Grasp the left side of the feed roller assembly and pull towards the front of the printer and up to free the metal tab from the slot. Image 3/3: Grasp the left side of the feed roller assembly and pull towards the front of the printer and up to free the metal tab from the slot.
  • This step can be performed with out rotating the printer, but we have rotated the printer for clarity.

  • Grasp the left side of the feed roller assembly and pull towards the front of the printer and up to free the metal tab from the slot.

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  • Lift the feed roller assembly straight up to remove it.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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i got everything taken apart and fix my problem but now i cannot get the printer head cleaner gear to set in place and work like it supposed to. any advise?

Lee - Reply

Beautiful description, thank you. I disassembled the printer, cleaned everything thourouly and put everything back, but I realized that the feed roller is stuck. I don't know which step went wrong. Any suggestions?

tora - Reply

m ayuda este tipo d informacion muchas gracias saludos n-n

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