Canon PC940 Ticking noise when copying and regestration is off
When making a copy this PC940 Canon Makes a ticking noise and the top half of the original appears on the bottom half of the copy. is there any thing to check. I beleive the noise is causing the regestration issue.
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The waste toner is in the drum unit it's self. If it full you may as well replace the drum unit all togather. Once it is full the drum is just about shoot. If the regestration is off, you may have a problem withe reg. feed clutch. Dose it show up with the paper tray and the manual feed try?
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Sounds like a tire may have slid off of a wheel. Yes they have wheels. Also paper soaks up water like a sponge always keep your paper in the wrapper it comes in and the top side of the paper is where the seam is. Make sure you put the paper in so that the top side is the side going through the machine. I do how ever believe you have a wheel or gear out of place.
Just installed a new cartridge. Made one copy. worked great.
Went to make a copy today. All Black. Thought about it. Tried again and noticed lamp was not lighting. Before you say DUH! is the lamp out or is their extenuating circumstances preventing the lamp from lighting during a copy. The table top moves and everything else seems to work accordingly.
Remove the drum/toner unit and close the top,...does it still make the noise? If so, there is a paper jam in the fuser section (left side)
I also have a Canon PC900 series copier....mine does not have the automatic document feeder, however the machine is the same....If the noise persists, you will probably need to replace the Fixing (fuser) Unit drive gears (worst case senerio) perhaps you can locate the jam in the fuser and "carefully" remove without damaging the Fixing Belt....good luck
You could have a broken exposure lamp. Does the scan bar light up when you make a copy? If not that is the problem. You might also ck the contacts on the machine where they touch the toner cartridge. The toner cartridge opens a shutter to the drum when you slid it into the machine and that may be broken.