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Paper Jam in Bowels Of Canon ImageClass D760. Also need to replace Rollers where paper exits Copier. I have the parts-how do I get to it

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It needs a new fixing unit. If you are careful and have a long skinney screw driver you could do this. Open the right side door. Remove the small screw in front this secures the control panel.

Shift panel to the left and remove the ribbon cable. Put right top door down. Shift top feeder back to the right. remove all the screws on the left side and remove the plastic. There is a top piece held by one screw in the middle. One on the left and two hold the bottom plate on. Remove this plastic. Now the dangerous part. Remove the two screw on top of the the machine that hold the two white guide pins. Now you are going to rock the top feeder up and to the back. Before you do this you need to know there is a plastic finger that comes up out of the copier and is part of the main drive gear pack. IF YOU BREAK THIS you can just throw your machine away in the trash. SLOWly look under the top *** you rock it back. You want to shift the feeder unit left or right to get clearnace of the white 90 degree angle finger that is in a grove of the feeder. Clear it and rock the feeder back resting on the rear of the copier. DO THIS CLOSE TO A WALL. SO WHEN YOU ROCK BACK THE SIDE CAN SIT ON THE BACK OF THE COPIER. There are hole in the top that allow a screwdriver to remove the three screw for the fixing unit. and you will unplug two wires. GOOD LUCK !!

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