Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
I'm not exactly sure what the Canon 6020 is, but they all pretty much work the same. Canon used to have NP and PC lines, IR for Image Runner and IC for Image Class, but that's not important. They all use timing to get the image on the page properly, by using a registration roller,and that's where your problem is. The registration roller is a paper feed roller in the paper path just before the image gets tranfered from the drum or cartridge to the paper. Most machines use a transfer roller, which is usually a black foam roller right under the drum or cartridge. The roller just before that is the one we are looking for. That roller is supposed to only spin a a certain time, usually controlled by a solenoid, and has a plate that grabs a plastic piece that's attached to the drive end of that roller. That plate is spring loaded on the solenoid and may have popped out of place and just may need to be reseated.
The bypass usually uses the same registration roller but the timing may still be better with the bypass. Any way let me know and good luck
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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