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Primary drive gear. looking for part number or part.

My drive gear broke off the motor shaft. looking for compatible gear. cannot find info on replacement and lost old gear.

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I know this is way late, but... I just opened one up that ia doing the same thing. What I found is this: In the sequence of the drive train, there is a spiral gear on the motor's drive shaft. That gear interfaces with a gear on an intermediary shaft. (Call this the "driven gear".) The driven gear is a compression fit to splines on the intermediary shaft. The problem is that this driven gear has split. It no longer grips the intermediate shaft. The clicking comes from the spiral gear attemting to span the gap caused by the split and jumping the gap when it resynchronizes. I know this is not actually a solution. I am in turn looking for a replacement for the driven gear, or a way to repair it. If anyone knows a source or way, I'd appreciate knowing it.

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WHEN BY 4L STARTS, THERE IS A STRANGE SOUND NEAR THE MOTOR. THE PAPER IS NOT BEING PICK UP AND THE PRINTER IS INDICATING NO PAPER. THE SOUND IS LIKE GEARS GRINDING


Your plastic main drive motor drive gear has cracked. I have seen this many times. There is a small plastic gear that is press fit onto the motors drive shaft. It eventually cracks so that the gear just spins on the shaft. It makes a noise and since no other parts of the machine will turn anymore, you get no paper feed.
Here is a link to a picture of the motor as well as a source for the part.
http://www.feedroller.com/Store/product_info.php?products_id=10582

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I'm receiving error code 07.010.43:62795.


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Kyocera fs-c8008n printer ,error show:call service 2010:0067501


2010 is the error - main drive motor starting error.

Main drive motor starting error
• No FG (Frequency generation) pulse
is entered within the predetermined
period since ASIC (U8) on the engine
controller PWB (KP-992) has issued
a motor activation signal to the main
drive motor.

0067501 is the number of prints on the printer.

solutions:
Replace the engine controller PWB (KP-
992).
Replace the main drive motor.
Check if the drum unit or primary transfer
unit rotates smoothly. Check for broken
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Check the continuity of the harness
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Dymo labelmanager 300 does not print....just makes rapid ticking noises....help!


I posted this to another of the same question: I know this is way late, but... I just opened one up that ia doing the same thing. What I found is this: In the sequence of the drive train, there is a spiral gear on the motor's drive shaft. That gear interfaces with a gear on an intermediary shaft. (Call this the "driven gear".) The driven gear is a compression fit to splines on the intermediary shaft. The problem is that this driven gear has split. It no longer grips the intermediate shaft. The clicking comes from the spiral gear attemting to span the gap caused by the split and jumping the gap when it resynchronizes. I know this is not actually a solution. I am in turn looking for a replacement for the driven gear, or a way to repair it. If anyone knows a source or way, I'd appreciate knowing it.

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7,010.4x: PM_FAULT_HEADTILT_HOME_ERROR
The printhead is stuck in the tilt position by the tilt arms. The process motor gearbox
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1. Reboot the printer.
2. Verify the lock arms rotate correctly.
3. Check for spilled ink around the printhead.
4. Check the process motor gears for damage. Ensure the
process gears are correctly aligned and homed.
5. Verify the process gear box, process shaft, and drive
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engage the headtilt gear.
7. Run the Tilt Axis Drive test.
8. Run the Process Motor test.
9. Run the Head Maintenance Clutch test, if the test fails
replace the clutch.
10.Run Wiper Drive test. If this fails inspect the wiper
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