Question about Xerox CopyCentre C20 Black and White Copier
I have a Xerox copycentre c20 and it has a paper jamin number 2, how do i get the paper out.
Unplug the machine, open the right door. Get a phillips screwdriver.
Look on the upper portion of the paper path, you will see an assembly with yellow waning stickers that say HOT. There are 4 silver screws on that fuser assembly. Remove those screws, and unplug the white connector. Pull back toward yourself to remove the fuser.
Lay it down and remove 2 silver phillips screws , it will open up and you can remove the paper. Make sure the machine has been off for a half an hour or so, It is hot. Take a good look at the black aluminum coated roller on top. See if it looks smooth and clean, If it has a lot of toner built up on it, you will have to repalce the fuser or it will continue to jam and give you ghost ( light reprinted) images up and down your page.
Also the M20 does not handle large black ares on a page such as a picture or magasing cover being copied. Largs solid areas tend to stick to that heat roller. If you do copy a photo, try and allow about 2 inches on the top of white. Just move your original down on the glass about 2 inches from the edge. 2 inches to tie right of the edge of the glass.
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