Introduction

The following guide will demonstrate how to remove the scan bed from the printer as well as how to correctly clean the scan bed.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Lift scanning bed cover with one hand, and pry the right hinge inward using a plastic opening tool.
    • Lift scanning bed cover with one hand, and pry the right hinge inward using a plastic opening tool.

      • The cover will lift up and away from the printer.

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  2. Lift the scan bed into the upright position.
    • Lift the scan bed into the upright position.

      • Ensure the scanning unit support seats into the scanning unit support slot.

    • The four arrow markers located on the bottom edge of the scan bed mark the four tabs that must be released.

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    • Place a plastic opening tool at each of the four marking arrows.

    • The scan bed will detach from the scan bed unit. Lift scan bed glass upward to access the bottom surface of the glass.

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    • Using the screen and device cleaner and cloth remove any dirt or debris from the bottom surface of the scan glass.

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    • Lower the scan bed glass down on to the scanning unit until the clips reengage.

    • Clean the top surface of the scan bed glass using the screen and device cleaner and cloth.

    • Put the scan bed cover back on by placing the left hinge in first.

      • Then snap the right hinge into place.

    • The printer is now ready to scan or copy.

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Conclusion

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

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