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Section 7.5 Printer Maintenance
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What problem is common for dot matrix printers?
a. The printer is out of toner.
b. Paper scraps are caught in the feed mechanism.
c. The corona wire is broken.
d. The print head is clogged with dry ink.
Paper scraps are caught in the feed mechanism.
You replace the print cartridge on an inkjet printer. What should you do next?
a. Calibrate the printer.
b. Send the printer to the factory for a realignment.
c. Replace the fuser roller assembly.
d. Replace the ribbon as well.
Calibrate the printer.
You're conducting scheduled maintenance on a laser printer. You notice that there is a build-up of excess toner inside the interior of the printer. What is the proper way to remove it?
a. Use an anti-static vacuum.
b. Wipe it out with a wet, soapy rag using mild detergent.
c. Sweep it out with a small broom.
d. Blow it out with compressed air.
Use an anti-static vacuum .
You have just installed a maintenance kit in your laser printer. What should you do next?
a. Reset the page count.
b. Reinstall the print drivers.
c. Check the gab between the printer head and the paper.
d. Use the automatic cleaning feature.
Reset the page count.
You're troubleshooting an older laser printer that is creating "accordion jams" where the paper is crumpled as it exits the printer moving into the output tray. What can you do to fix this problem?
a. Replace the fuser wires.
b. Install a maintenance kit.
c. Replace the toner cartridge.
d. Use heavier paper.
e. Replace the drum.
Install a maintenance kit.
For the past several days, the print jobs from the inkjet printer are missing colors and leaving gaps. What should you do to resolve the problem?
a. Check the gab between the printer head and the paper.
b. Recalibrate the printer's color profile.
c. Add additional memory to the printer.
d. Use the automatic cleaning feature.
Use the automatic cleaning feature.
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