Address label is around drum. can I get into the drum by removing the bottom panel? If not how do I get at the drum to clear it? Tried sending a sheet through to clear it and the whole lot is now around the drum with barely a bit of paer showing to grab
Re: address label is around drum. How do I clear it
There is a problem as it takes awhile to get into it and I did not have the time. I will never put address labels through a machine of mine again when it only coast $4.60 for a commercial stationary warehouse to do it. I should have kept the labels in the hotwater cuboard as I think they were a little damp. Bought another printer as my drum was getting to the end of its life anyway and the start labour cost for a outside repair was $130 and a new Brother HL 2140 was $169.00.
Thanks for your offer of help it will be interesting to see how long it takes to remove the jam up.
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Suspect one or more failures of the drum front support bearings. Remove the cabinet top by removing several screws at the rear of the top, then pushing it to the rear somewhat which should allow the top front to lift up to allow removal of the front cabinet panel by taking out several screws on each side, then lifting the panel up to release it from the bottom. Once the panel is off, the support bearings should be mounted around the drum opening in the panel. Hope this helps!
i changed one on a ge unplug electric first or turn off power. I took off my front door 4 screws held the top down look at the top edge where the door closes. this allowed the top to hinge back and you can see the belt and drum . there should be a few screws that hold on the front face lean forward this should separate the front of unit if wires label and remove make sure to put back in same place you can also take picture with camera to really remember you should have some sort of access panel at bottom of dryer remove and look in see if you see the motor with a pulley and the tension device mine pushes up to release tension once all free from pulleys take drum out from front end place belt around drum and stick back in put the belts around the pulleys now replace the front put in screws and spin drum by hand to see if aligned back up an finish up
with some you have to remove the front upper and bottom panel
then lift drum off bogie wheels and move it ahead a few inches then loop it over the drum and around the belt tensioner pulley most swing up and down so thatyou can put belt on
This can vary from dryer to dryer, but most are basic, with slight variations of this set-up. The belt goes around the drum and around a pulley on the motor shaft. It then routes thru a tensioning device, usually between the motor pulley and the drum on the bottom. The drum is held in place front and rear by the cabinet itself. You will have to remove the front panel to get the belt around the drum. In order to remove the front panel (door panel) you will have to detach the top. It is usually held in place by a couple of screws in the rear, then you can bump it forward and pull up. You will then notice how the front is attached. Be careful to replace the drum (exactly) as it is or it will not turn properly.
Looks like label stuck on the toner cartridge. Easiest solution would be to replace toner cartridge or if you can slowly spin the OPC drum on toner cartridge till you find label NOTE: damage to the OPC drum with affect print quality as well as oil from fingers will affect PQ( print quality)
Take off the front kick plate (bottom panel) then remove the front panel. The top panel will be attached to the front panel by some plastic push in retainers you can loosen with a screwdriver. The belt will go around the drum on top to a drive wheel at the bottom of the machine. you will have to slip the belt around the drum in the front or back of the drum to get it around it.
remove the front panel(s) and the top panel. the belt will go around the drum to a drive wheel at the bottom. the belt turns the drum. You will have to route the belt around the drum and go either in front of or behind the drum to get the belt installed correctly.
front drum seal needs replacing pop clips at front of dryer top ..lift top remove 1 secrew each side of front from the inside..remove wires lift panel off clips ckd front panel around door area for felt seal may also have embedded plastic drum glides a felt seal also goes around bottom half