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Toshiba 2860 copier, paper does complete the transfer process.

I replaced the drum. Now the paper does not complete the transfer process The copier shuts down approx 1 inch or less before the trailing edge passes through the drum. The paper does not completely pass the imaging drum before a jam signal is issued.

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Did you get the drum shaft reinstalled and latched? If not, the drum won't rotate correctly which will cause poor transfer (smudged image) and jamming.

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