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Make grinding noise

Machine has gear noise when it sarts to run, machine works, but has
this grinding sound.

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    how can I fix the gears that are making a grinding noise

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If you will notice that there is a transparent film that the printhead goes through to be able to print. That transpatent film is actually coded to be able to tell the print head in which direction and when to print characters. It is dirty and you need to take like a q-tip with isopropyl alcohol to clean it so it knows where to print and does not go back and forth to find a position to print. God bless you.

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