Question about Xerox Phaser 8200 Laser Printer
Yeah. What most likely has happened is that the switch actuator in the registration transport you removed snapped. It is on that metal transport you remove on the upper part of the machine.
The actuator is located on the left side of that transport. It has a black plastic shaft on it about 6 or so inches long. The actuator sticks up through an opening . There is a flag that is about a half an inch high and maybe 1/4 of an inch deep that has snapped off. That is the most likely cause.
OTHER things to look at are this. 1 Did you remember to plug the electromechanical clutch back in? 2, Did you get the clutch mounted correctly, there is a fork on the clutch that has to be slipped through a metal tab to be sure the clutch does not spin when it is engaged. # Did you get the black drive belt back on behind the clutch?
Before removing that transoort again and seeing if that actuator is broken, remove the left side cover and see if any of the issues with the clutch are the problem. Then look at the actuator.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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