Question about Canon PC-920 Black and White Copier
Same problem as previous users. Large spring visible near the right rear of the paper tray slot. When I turned the copier on its back, a piece of broken plastic fell out - just the right size to fit the end of the spring. Loosened the bottom cover to get my hand in and pulled out the spring. Copier is working again. I think the spring is there to counter-balance the top when you raise it to replace toner cartridge. Now I have to hold the top up with one hand while replacing the cartridge with the other.
Thats right that spring help to counter balance the top,the pease of plastic is to keep the spring in place.There are 2 spings that support the top.That plastic is not so expensive but to install the new plastic and spring is a very big job and it can be expensive.It normally takes me 3 hours to replace.The mashine can work normally it is only a hassel when you want to replase the toner .
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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