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Gears on the rollers need replacing due to the lack of bearing keepers on the gear bearings.

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go to the magicmechanic website and send him this--hes the best there is and will rply

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My allison transmision is making a grinding noise when in gear from the back end of the transmision


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http://www.cmsnl.com/yamaha-yzf-r6mmc-2000_model10891/partslist/

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Here is a general link to HP's support site for paper feeding issues:

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