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Drive Motor

The dryer drive motor turns the drum and the blower wheel to exhaust the air. If the dryer stops the motor might be defective. If the dryer stops and the dryer motor makes a humming noise there might be something caught in the blower wheel, or the drum might be binding. Try removing the belt from the motor and checking the blower wheel for obstructions. Also try rotating the drum by hand with the belt off, it should rotate freely. If the drum doesn't turn freely, determine what is causing it to bind. The dryer motor can't be tested easily. If the drum turns freely and the blower wheel is clear, and yet the dryer still keeps stopping mid-cycle the motor may be defective. it will need to be replaced. It is not serviceable.


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Drum Roller Axle

This dryer has drum support rollers. There will always be two supporting the rear of the drum, and on some models there may be two supporting the front of the drum. The rollers must spin freely to work properly. If the roller axles are worn out the rollers may not spin freely which can overload the motor and the dryer stops. If the dryer stops mid-cycle, remove the belt and spin the drum, it should spin freely. If not, check the rollers and roller shafts.


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Drum Roller

This dryer has drum support rollers. There will always be two supporting the rear of the drum, and on some models there may be two supporting the front of the drum. The rollers must spin freely to work properly. If they are worn out or start binding the motor can get overloaded and the dryer stops. If the dryer stops mid-cycle, check to be sure the drum turns freely with the belt removed. If not, check the rollers. Do not lubricate the rollers or roller shaft, lubrication will attract lint and cause the roller bearings to wear out faster. If the rollers don't turn freely, replace them. The roller shaft can often be reused, unless it has worn down. Clean the shaft thoroughly before installing the new rollers.


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Drum Support Roller & Axle

This dryer has drum support rollers.There will always be two supporting the rear of the drum and on some models there may be two supporting the front of the drum. The rollers must spin freely to work properly. If the roller axles are worn out the rollers may not spin freely. If not, check the rollers and rollers shafts. If they are worn or do not turn freely they will need to be replaced.


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Drum Slide, Glide, or Pad

The front of the dryer drum is supported by small pieces of plastic-like material. As the drum rotates, it slides on these plastic pieces. If the dryer stops mid-cycle, it may be that one or more of these plastic slides or glides has worn out. When they wear out the drum can start binding and put strain on the motor. The motor then shuts down and the dryer stops. Check the glides for wear and replace as needed.


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Drum Bearing

The drum bearing supports the rear of the dryer drum. Over time this bearing will wear out and may cause several different problems. If the dryer stops during the cycle it may be that this drum bearing has worn out and is putting too much strain on the motor. If the belt is removed and the drum spins freely, the drum bearing is probably not worn out. If the drum bearing is worn out, there may be some grinding or squealing, and the drum will be hard to turn.


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Drum Support Bearing

This dryer has drum support rollers. There will always be two supporting the rear of the drum, and on some models there may be two supporting the front of the drum. The rollers must spin freely to work properly. If they are worn out or start binding the motor can get overloaded and the dryer stops. If the dryer stops mid-cycle, check to be sure the drum turns freely with the belt removed. If not, check the rollers. Do not lubricate the rollers or roller shaft, lubrication will attract lint and cause the roller bearings to wear out faster. If the rollers don't turn freely, replace them. The roller shaft can often be reused, unless it has worn down. Clean the shaft thoroughly before installing the new rollers.


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Dryness Control Board

The dryness control board shuts off the dryer when the clothes have reached the level of dryness selected by the user. If the dryer stops too early, the dryness control board might be defective. This is not very common and other possibilities should be checked first.

Jul 21, 2013 | Maytag Dryers

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Beater bar not turning


The number one cause of the "beater bar" (or brush roller) not rotating is a broken belt.

The number two cause of brushes not rotating is that something is jammed & wound around the roller, preventing it from rotating.

For the belt: If you remove the screws holding the bottom plate, you should see one (or maybe two) short, wide rubber belt(s) that goes around the roller.

If this is broken, it's easy to replace. They do break because of age and wear. One of the leading causes of breakage is when the roller gets something - a curtain cord, for example - wrapped around it. If you don't immediately shut off the vacuum & remove the cord, the belt will continue to try to turn the roller (which can't turn), and this generates a lot of heat in just a few seconds.


You can find belts at places like Sears, Home Depot, or your local vacuum shop.

For just the roller: Turn the vacuum over on its side and inspect the roller. Will it turn? Can you see something wound around it that's jamming it? While you here, take a minute and clean the roller... including using scissors or a knife to snip & remove wound hairs & threads. A clean and healthy roller will help to keep your belt happy!

Mar 03, 2011 | Cirrus CR99 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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Several pages are feed at time


Depending on the usage of the scanner, you can try cleaning first. Kodak recommends rollers be replaced every 125,000 scans.
1. Open the scanner and use compressed air to gently clean the rollers. If that does not help, use cotton swabs with alcohol to clean off any residue left on the rollers.
2. Replace the rollers. Part numbers can be found here: parts You can order the replacement parts directly from Kodak: 1-800-822-1414 (8AM - 8PM ET)
Happy Scanning, Myridom

Mar 03, 2011 | Kodak i160 Path-Through Scanner

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Our brush doesn't rotate anymore on our U5402-900 vacuum cleaner. What are common causes of this?


The number one cause of brushes not rotating is a broken belt. If you remove the four screws holding the bottom plate, you'll see a short, wide rubber belt that goes around the roller.

If this is broken, it's easy to replace. They do break because of age and wear. One of the leading causes of breakage is when the roller gets something - a curtain cord, for example - wrapped around it. If you don't immediately shut off the vacuum & remove the cord, the belt will continue to try to turn the roller (which can't turn), and this generates a lot of heat in just a few seconds.

The number two cause of brushes not rotating is, as suggested above, something jammed & wound around the roller. It's always a good idea to turn the vacuum over periodically and clean the roller... including using scissors or a knife to snip & remove wound hairs & threads. A clean and healthy roller will help to keep your belt happy!

Mar 03, 2011 | Hoover Vacuums

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My HP laserjet 4 plus will usually print the first page fine but will jam of the 2nd page. I will open the back and find the paper crinkled like an accordan.


Hello, this is fairly common with the HP4 and HP4+. The rear exit roller are worn and no longer transport the paper properly. You may be able to clean them and they will work better, they really should be changed. The top cover will have to be taken off, there are two screws in the back and 1 in the front (under toner lid). If you can get the top off, clean the rollers with a mild detergent and lightly damp cloth. The part numbers for the rollers are RF5-1076 and RF5-1077

Jan 14, 2011 | HP LaserJet 4 plus Printer

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Paper won't feed from tray unless you push it through to the second rollers.


I am a HP service tech. Dust can build up on the rollers or the rollers can harden over time. Usually we replace the rollers (get them from lexmark). Also, we use a fluid called "Roller Rejuvenator/Platen Cleaner". It's made by a company called Techspray. Part number 1612-2SQ. That should clean the roller and soften the rubber up a bit. The only way to prevent this is keeping the printer in a clean environment. Dust and dirt is a printer killer. Consider getting some kind of cover for the printer when it's not in use. Good luck.

Jul 06, 2009 | Lexmark X4530 InkJet Printer

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Paper getting stuck in the printer


you have problem in paper out roller and pickup roller tray to clean the roller or replace it if need

Feb 02, 2009 | Samsung SCX-4216F All-In-One Laser Printer

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Royal Cash Register


Hi. There are several reasons for this.
The most common one is not replacing the ink roller on time. If the old roller had felt falling off of it, then it will block up the drum.
The second is re-inking the roller. If you do this, you end up with a sticky mess and a lot of smudging.
Other than that, pieces of paper stuck in the paper path are common.
You should inspect the drum again. This is the little group of rubber numbers that spin around and hit the paper while printing. You will usually find sticky muck on the numbers, and you may have to clean them several times. You need to turn the drum as you clean it. Try to use the gears at the side if they are visible. A dry Q-tip is best, as alcohol may damage the thin rubber. Try cleaning the drum again, and look for any improvement. If itgets better on some numbers, then you are probably on the right track. Also, if you could send me a picture of the bad print, that may help also.

Good luck.

Mark

Aug 09, 2008 | Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop

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Paper jams


Make sure the feed rollers are clean. you can try alchohol or nail polish remover to clean the rollers (2). take out the paper cassette to get to the 2 rollers. check for piece of paper caught just out of cassette or around the turn to come out.

Jan 23, 2008 | Sharp AR-153E Copier

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The printer takes all the papers in but prints on one how can i make it take one pagg at a time


you will need som of these rollers: Paper feed Roller Ass'y part No: RM1-0037-020 Paper Pick-Up Roller ass'y Part No: RM1-0036-020 Google the part number and you should be able to find a local dealer of them

Sep 14, 2006 | Canon LBP 800 Laser Printer

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