Question about Sharp AL-1655CS Copier
Hi, Our copier has been making this weird quiet clicking sound for a while now, but has always worked just fine, so we didn't really think much of it. The following is a picture of a part that fell out today while I was removing the toner cartridge to shake it, and I was wondering if anyone knows where in the world it goes. http://i7.tinypic.com/4l3eqlc.jpg Thanks in advance for any help! :-) -Tim
That thing that fell out of the machine is called a corona grid and is part of the charge device that puts a charge on the drum that is the first step in the copy process. It is help in place by the 2 yellow end piecesof the charge unit. You can see it when you open the from door of the machine. It will be toward the top of the machine and about in the center. It will slide out and you will see a very thin wire that is running through the the channel between the two yellow end pieces. You may not be able to reattach the grid without the help of qualified technician, but it's worth a try. Let me know if this helps.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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