Question about Canon FAXPHONE L80 Laser
The spring is probably from the toner cartidge. This machine takes a FX3 cartridge. There is guard on the cartridge that shield the drum from damage as you insert and remove the cartridge from the machine.Look on the top right hand side of the machine and you should see a hairpin style spring. If it isn't there, then thats probably it. Now this guard piece relies on the spring for proper operation of the cartridge as it uncovers the connections that mate with the ones in the machine. Also as you insert the cartridge, an actuator lever is depressed that tells the machine there is a cartridge present. You will have to replace the cartridge to make the machine work if you can't relocate this spring properly.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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