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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In any doc feeder, the initial two feed rollers and one paper separator pad/roller handle most of the paper transportation. So usually if you have misfeeds, and the paper is not crumpling up, you have a problem with worn or dirty feed rollers. However, if the paper is getting crumpled up, you most likely have a physical obstruction blocking the paper path. My recommendation for when this happens is to take a thick piece of card stock and manually feed it through the paper path on the doc feeder, this usually acts to unclog any jammed paper bits or debris.
send a print / copy through the machine stop the machine via the main switch before toe paper has come out remove the drum unit
you should now be able to see part of your print on the drum if you can also see the black line check for obstructions in the light path if these seem fine the chances are the dev or cleaner blade seals have spung a leak ( time to replace the drum cartridge