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4100 Grinding Noise

So is a drum drive gear something I can fix? Where can this part be ordered? Is there someone I can call to have them come and fix it?

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It is fixable,
The gear is the one that is inside on the bottom usually left side. Look at your drum see which side has gears and and simulate how it goes in, you will see which one it aligns with.
Is there residue next to it? do the teeth look rounded instead of sharp?
Now that you have located it you can get a feel of the scope of work involved, if a tech or very handy w/electro-mechanical stuff you ca do it. (scale 1-10 this is a 10)
You will need to look for a fax service repair shop, try going w/a local mom and pop instead of the big guys they are expensive ($120 just for labor !!!) a mom and pop usually start at 75
try to see what the price of the part will caost and you can determine if you just need to get another fax!!!

Try these sites for references on $$$

brokenfax.com
precisionroller.com
also google fax repairs for your area

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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