Relocating my xerox doculor 240 to another location.
Last time I moved from a large city to a small town xerox charged me a fortune to come in and restart the printer. Moving from the second floor on one building to the second floor of another building. No service available for three hours.
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Re: relocating my xerox doculor 240 to another location.
As long as you keep it level there is no problem moving it. You can run it up ramps onto a truck. Just be sure you secure it well, that machine is top heavy and wants to tip. Other than that, if you are loading it into t a truck. make sure you place a blanket or something over it and place the paper trays toward the wall so they dont fly open in transport. Its not that difficult to move and I know, Xerox is a rip off when it comes to moving a machine. Just take care, once moved just turn it on, If there are any problems let me know,
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The last time I looked at one of these power supplies I'm sure you had to move over a small sheet metal cover but putting 110volt onto a 220 volt power supply shouldn't cause a problem the other way probably would. However as you seam to get prints out of the machine I don't think you have a power supply problem.
Further investigation needed.
Hi, there is no real way of shutting these down, but if you remove the fuser and take the machine up from the back you will be fine. Just don't tip it to far backwards. We do these all the time and have had no problems so far.
There are components that can be damaged.
The customer is usually offered a you move we move price.
If you place a service call to tear down the machine, the tech should come in and prep and wrap the machine for the move.
Once it is at the new location and you are ready for it call for the tech to come in and reassemble.
the should take no more than 1 to 1 1/2 hours on each end.
As long as your mover is OK with moving the machine this is the most cost effective way to move it.
I usually recommend you place both the tear down and the set up service calls at the same time. this should reduce down time as your call set up call will already be in the system.
You have error in the " Optics" section of this copier, anytime you get an Error that starts with a 6 then the number means you have an error in the optics, which means your scanner isn't moving or the carriage isn't finding the home position or is not moving at all, If you don't know what your doing then don't screw with it call an independant guy who fixes Xerox's your going to pay an arm and a leg if you don't have a service contract with Xerox.
If it is blurred, the problem is the drum motor encoder. It picks up the silicon lubricant from the maintenance kit, and once its gets contaminated it causes the drum to run the wrong speed.
What you have to do is remove the right cover, looking from the front.
Then locate the drum. Its about mid way back on the machine. The encoder is in that area.
If you go to Xerox.com, there is a parts list and diagrams located under drivers and documentation. Look up the parts list and the Drum encoder to locate it. It is not real hard to find, or remove and clean. What you want to clean it with is alcohol. No no, Not vodka..... use a strong rubbing alcohol to break down the silicon and clean the encoder, then put it back on the machine.
It may need replaced, but the majority of the time, cleaning the encoder resolves the problem.
You may just want to write down the part number when you locate it, just in case you would have to order one. But I really believe cleaning it will resolve your problem. It does fix the blurrs about 80 percent of the time.
Thats a common error. The drum heaters are not working. The easiest way of determining that is to turn the printer off, then turn the room lights off. Once you do that, turn the machine on and look into the exaust slits on the right side of the machine. Those vented slots for teh fan. After a few seconds, maybe 30 seconds to a minute, you should see a glow inside there. I doubt you will see any lamps comming on.
Those are two, 150 watt halogen lamps, normally one or both burh out. They are a little time consuming to replace, but with patience you can do them. Let me know if you want to try replacing them, I will send you the steps to follow.
You can call Xerox, but they are going to charge you a small fortune to repair the printer. You can fix it for less than $20.