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How do i disassemble canon pc150 copier, keeping a grinding noise.

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SOURCE: Disassembly instructions for Canon printer model i860

The are two slots on each side of the printer. Insert a flat blade screwdriver and push. It should release the catch. Do it for both sides of the printer. You may also have to ubscrew the two (2) screws that hold the unit that holds on/off paper switches.

Do your work and then press top unit down and it will rengage with the catches.

I have 3 units and one won't return the ink carridge to the center position to replace ink cart. So I remove top replace carts and all is well.

Works for me!

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Posted on May 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Canon copier PC 420 making grinding noise during copying cycles

only two possibilities
1- fuser
2-gear stripped most likely with the scanning part

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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hi..there...you may visit canon website at internet..chose product support/dowlnload----find your product here and finally you can get and download manual book as pdf for free....good luck..

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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GO ON LINE AND TYPE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION.

CANON PC-150 GRAYSCALE COPIER SERVICE MANUAL AND DRIVERS
OR
CANON PC150 COPIER DRIVERS SERVICE GUIDE

CANONUSA.COM

IF A USERS GROUP FOR CANON FORUM

TRY TYPEING THE FOLLOWING:

CANON PRINTER USERS GROUP FORUM
ENTER

PICK FROM THE BEST OF WHAT YOU NEED IF ANYTHING.

ROD

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

domotek
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SOURCE: CANON COPIER PC150 IS MAKING NOISES THAT SOUND

sounds like a worn fuser drive gear you need to replace the gear by a good tech. (NOT A DIY JOB)

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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