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Paper jam at output on the Imagerunner 1310

Paper jammed accordian style while copying and there is no door or opening to get in to get the mess out? Help

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I have a solution. Take a baseball bat and knock the crud out of that ******! That will fix the problem of not having a door! Thus it will make a verrrrrry easy opening to get the paper out! :-D

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Lower pressure roller in the fuser unit is worn on the edges
This is the cause of paper jam accordion style.

Under the exit try, remove 2 Screw. There is another part who need to remove, left on this part, 1 Screw. Slide the door to removing the drum unit. Under the part that you move before, is 2 screw, you must remove screw on the right side. Pull out the part. Now you can see the paper an remove it. It is better to change the fuser unit, will happen again.
This is the site where you find the part broken
http://www.precisionroller.com/search.php?curr_page=1

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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