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Did you lube the bearing surfaces of the new rollers with a good lube? Is the shaft surface for the bearing smooth? Do the new rollers wobble on the shaft (very bad)? Do your have the drum on straight and is it riding on the felt surface in front ok? Do the rollers turn easily after you install them or are they jammed up for some reason? What does the surface on the drum where the rollers ride look like? Does the idler pulley for the belt hold the belt steady in the correct place on the drum or does it wobble around? I have serviced these rollers on many occasions and they last a long time. The felt in front should be both in front of the drum and reach across the outer front edge of the drum. Sometimes it get all bunched up at one spot in front of the drum without wrapping around the outside too. I put the bottom in first and then use a J shaped piece of bent tin to guide it in on top where I can't see it.
It all really depends on what you want to do. There are three main types of plate compactors. 1. single-plate compactors only go in the forward direction, this is good for a small project like a laying asphalt. 2. Reversible plates are able to go forward and backwards. 3. High performance and heavy duty plate compactors which are usually used for deeper compaction projects.
For your at home project you should be fine with a single-plate compactor.
The "wheel" has a cracked center that you can not see unless you take the whole gear off.( I am assuming the "wheel" is off the motor and should be driving the chain that goes to the side gears ) There is a tension washer looking thing that holds it on and you can force it off with a flat screwdriver. Once off, I'm sure you'll see the center of the gear( hex shaped) is not engaging the hex gear shaft for being broken somewhere. An appliance repair store should have that part for less than $50. Sure beats the $85 the service people start with for just a service call.
0100 The measured current of the primary transfer ATVC is abnormal twice in succession. Check on the primary transfer roller spring, Clean the position where the primary transfer roller contacts, Replace the primary transfer roller, Replace the drum unit Check a value of COPIER> DISPLAY> MISC> DRM-LIFE, and replace the drum unit if the value is near 100 because the drum may have reached its life expectancy. 0110 The measured voltage of the primary transfer ATVC is abnormal twice in succession. Turn OFF and back ON the main power
I bought a Kitchen Aid trash compactor the end of Sept/2008. By July/2010 I have spent $528 on having it fixed! It only cost $623 new so I called Whirlpool customer satisfaction line where after waiting 15 minutes was told that "With all due respsect mam, Whirlpool owes you nothing" Then " as a courtesy" they offered me 50% off an $80 part that I still need to pay $60 in labor to install! So,that would be an additional $100 on an appliance that has been trouble from the get go...I have had numerous compactors before this brand and have never had any trouble...Do NOT buy anything made by Whirlpool as they have apparently, a NO customer satisfaction policy.
Try printing in single color mode found in the drop down menu - top left corner of the screen. If the line is not present in cyan or magenta etc, then you are probably looking at the black drum unit being faulty. If it happens in every mode, it could be your ITB cleaning assembly that needs replacement. Check the drum life counter in service mode - if the black is very high - over 100% this is another indication (not proof) that the black drum is faulty and needs replacement.