Alas, the sheet feeder on our scanner is broken. kaput. dead. gone. 6 feet under. This is an ex-sheet feeder. (or maybe it’s just pining for the fjords.) When you try to use it, either it doesn’t feed the paper, or it actually chews the paper up. We’ve tried everything but have finally given up. The manufacturer’s website (I still can’t believe this) actually recommends hitting the scanner to fix this problem. And we did hit it. Several times, in fact, before we even knew we were supposed to. 🙂 Anyhoo…
The flatbed part of the scanner still works fine. We’re working on replacing the sheet feeder functionality with a dedicated sheet-fed scanner, which will hopefully be much faster than the one we’ve had all along.
Update: Thanks to Pat Heller for the following information:
Wharton Reprographics will do scanning for you
Basement of Steinberg Dietrich
3620 Locust Walk
$7.00 per ¼ hr. labor fee