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TOSHIBA e studio e250 fuser unit

Paper not feeding through fuser unit

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: Toshiba 2060 Paper Jam at the fuser

I think i found the issue. There is this plasic actuator piece that has two parts to it and its melted. I think that is the piece that detects the paper leaveing the fuser. Here is a picture of the part that is melted. http://www.precisionroller.com/actuators-for-toshiba-2060/details_8856.html
Does any one have a repair manual that they can send me on the correct way of installing this part?

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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SOURCE: toshiba 2060 jams (accordion/fans the

sounds like a broken fuser drive gear.The fuser operates a nearly 400 degrees Fahrenheit and the drive gear cracks and falls off.Lots of trouble for a 50 cent gear.They are mad of fiber or plastic.take a few of the covers off near the fuser and disconnect the cables and the fuser slides out

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Error code C380 paper feed failure

c380 indicates auto-toner error for black developer (K).

Check following:

Is the harness between the LGC board and the developer unit drawer connector open-circuited?
Is any harness inside the developer unit or the auto-toner sensor harness open-circuited?
Is the auto-toner sensor connector or the connector CN341 on the LGC board disconnected?

IF connector no problems, then u probably need to replace the auto toner sensor.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Canon ir2800 making high pitched squealing noise

change the film aswell......film will last longer if cleaning assembly is changed rountinly

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SOURCE: toshiba e studio 520 copy

Did u try scan to E-Filing only? See whether got faster or not.

Posted on Mar 30, 2011

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