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Sounds like a fuser problem. Also, because this is a very old model, constant heat over time can warp plastic paper path guides which will cause strange jamming. These issues hare sometimes hare to pinpoint. Why not get a new copier?
if its a u9-1 code it is the lamp that is faulty. Sometimes it can be the connections either end of the lamp but normally the lamp itself. It will probably cost as much to fix as it would to get a new one to be honest
Total weight is about 200 pounds. But, that machine comes apart. You can take off the thumb screws and disconnect one plug and lift off the document feeder. The machine processor separates just above the tray 2/3 module, also the tray 2/3 module separates from the stand. So you can make is much easier to move by taking it apart. Nothing is bolted together, just sits one on top the other.