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just inside the ipod cover you will see a thin black plastic flap that is also the ipod lever, protruding into the door. you need to insert a small thin knife and push this flap back so it clicks flush into it's position. this takes the lock off and you will be able to open the door.
Yes its under the plastic bulkhead panel that the windshield wipers protrude from . Fiddly to replace, since have to remove wipers to get cover off. Worth doing though. Pretty scary how much gunk they accumulate.
The tray one lift up motor (angles the paper up to the feed rollers) has a plastic shaft that can twist and will need to be replaced. "To enhance the strength of the output shaft gear against twisting, the material of the output shaft gear has been changed. Along with the material change, the colour has also been changed from Beige to White." new part number is CCOVP1607FC438
First you need to remove the metal cover to expose the brush roll assembly.
Push up the plastic cover connected to the foot pedal to expose the motor shaft.
Remove the brush roll assembly and simply hook the belt on the motor shaft first then pull back the brush roll and push the brush roll back to the slot. There's a small piece of plastic on the left hand side of the brush roll. This piece would go in after the brush is set in the slot. Finally, replace the metal cover.
The fuser roll has little plastic pickoffs that guide the paper out. When a pickoff wears through the surface of the fuser roller, you get the issues you are having. Almost all the machines out there now have a fuser unit you can buy to replace the whole thing.
Theres a protruding plastic that pushes the close detection switch inside, the switch might have gotten dirty or reshaped, you can remedy this by adding height to the protruding plastic, or have someone disassemble the unit for you. It can easily be remedied by a technician...