Question about Fellowes 220C-2 Shredder
Basket full sensor cleaned off. object in sensor cleaned off. motor works fine in reverse. shredder turns freely in reverse. It looks like nothing is stuck in the shredding teeth. When the unit is put back in the run mode, the paper jam light turns back on. what is the problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry don't mean to point out something obvious, but are you being shown any indication lights that the waste basket is not seated correctly in the bin or the head? If not, then you may want to try and check these connections anyway. Lights can burn out.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
SOURCE: We have a CR220 fellowes
you can try cleaning the "bin- full" sensors. they are located on the inside of cabinet, on the bottom of the shredder "head". one will be to the left side of basket and one to the right. they kind of look like little glass eyes mounted inside of black rubber casings. paper dust on these will do this sometimes. if that doesn't do it then it sounds like your "bin-full" sensors are bad. a known problem with these shredders. fellowes has come out with modified sensors. if it was purchased within 2 years, it should still be under warranty.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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