Question about Canon Gpr 20 Gpr 21 Irc5180/c5185/c4080 Transferbelt & Cleaning Assembly Fg6-8989-030

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I have an Canon IRC5180, the colorprints and copys are blue, there is no edge on the paper. The machine do 10 copys perfect, nr. 11 is totally blue, i see the other colors on the print too, they are normal on the blue background. If i run calibration mode with open covers, i see on the transferbelt the colorpatterns, but i see too, that the belt is always cyan coated over the whole time. I blieve the cyandrum is ok, exchanging with another did not helped, same sympton. I think the drum is sure ok, cause 10 copys are normal at very nice copy, Nr. 11 was inacceptable. sometimes the machine stop with an errorcode, indicating that the cyan drum is defective, but changing them did not solve the problem, same as before... The blue background is 100% of the page, it is a adgesless print... Any idea or help?

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Can you look into the paper tray and actually see if the feed rolls are turning? You may have either a bad paper feed clutch, or the solonoid that releases the feed rollers is bad.
Also the paper tray should move up and down when the paper feeds to move the paper against the rollers. Up to feed down to eliminate paper drag. One of those fingers that raise the tray may be binding against the bottom of the tray not allowing proper movement.
If you can get a flash light and observe what is going on. Then let me know.

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the sensor flag at the rear paper path sensor is worn down too short. i have seen this many times

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SOURCE: Canon Fax-JX200

First, you may be dealing with two separate and distinct problems - or did they both start happening at the same time? In regard to the beep on scanning of faxes, the first thing to check is the machine memory. If you are storing documents, there is a limit of 30 documents (60 pages maximum). If the memory is not sufficient to allow for scanning the material you are attempting to fax, this will create that error. You should still be able to send the fax manually (directly) rather than through memory, if you need to retain all the documents in memory.

Regarding the paper jam, make sure you have checked every area of the machine for any little scrap of paper or other residual that may have been left in the machine along the way. As you have the manual, follow the cleaning and maintenance instructions to make sure everything is clean and in proper working order.

Then, I would also suggest that you physically unplug the unit from the power source for at least five minutes, if the problem has not been solved. Then plug it back in and see if this has cleared the internal error. If it is not cleared, your FINE cartridge should be checked and/or changed, and the manual gives good instruction on this as well. Make sure your paper is of proper quality and is not bent or sticking together, etc. According to Canon, if these things do not solve the problem, the unit may need service. However, please let me know where we stand and we'll see what else we might try if this does not resolve your issues.

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