Question about Minolta CF2001 Copier
My problem involves a paper being fed into the fusing unit and not exiting properly. It binds up inside the fusing unit and accordions the paper into a wadded mess. Occasionally the paper rolls around the fusing unit. Is this an alignment issue. Is my paper getting wrinkled up before it hits the fusing unit, then when it is on its way out of the fusing unit it binds up between the oil coating unit? I use standard paper. I live in New Mexico so humidity is not a real big issue. We rarely see 50% humidity with any regularity. The paper is stored flat in a drawer still in the wrapping paper. Please advise.
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Posted on Mar 12, 2008
The copier may need both an oil coating unit and oil supply unit. We use CF910 fuser oil and re-coat both units. This will band aid the problem temporarily and will also tell you if the problem is lack of oil.
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
Sounds like it's not the paper. It could be a feed path problem (the path the paper feeds thru). About the only solution, aside from you tearing it apart, is to have a tech look at it.
Posted on Jun 28, 2007
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