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Samsung laser multifunction fixed. Error A1-4111

I think I may be the only one, but mine still isn't working
Pad was firmly in place but used a little extra tape but it seems its like white cog jamming inside?
Thanks a lot! i was able to slide the foam pad over and the error went away. It will probably come back at some point, but now I how to fix. thanks again!!! very helpful advice.
I have to say thank you very much Pommie. My mother was frustrated about this error code and was planning to just buy a new printer. I told her it wouldn't be worth it and that there had to be a solution. It literally took 10 minutes to get it done.


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I wonder how many of those views, besides the folk who joined the forum to express thanks, turned into fixes?

Looks like you saved a lot of people some money Mike.


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It took me so long to find the solution that it would have been a waste of effort to not make it available somewhere.

Thank you so much. As a result of this, I've just fixed my CLP-415 printer, which appears to share many of the same internals. The foam pad hadn't moved, I think, but had certainly become compressed and thus thinner over the years, the printer having been increasingly but erratically unreliable over the last few months. I glued a short length of wooden stirrer to the actuator as a replacement, as it had a closely-matching thickness. All now seems well -- though time alone will tell! (And only one screw left over after re-assembly.)

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