It gets the whole piece of paper into the fuser, put it like accordion and can’t get it out.
I have taking out but have to take the hole machine a part, with out instructions,takes 4.5 hours, there is a sensor going bad the aloud to keep running with out getting out?
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Re: paper get on the fusor and is hard to get out
The problem with it getting jammed is the guide finger is either put out off place or has a build up of toner under it you will have to either take out fuser or as a temp measure get a long nose pair of pliers and remov the finger by hand if you look at the fuser you will see two scres either side of the unit take these out and the unit will come out..
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IF you can find a fuser. The Di 350 is a legacy Minolta, now Konica Minolta. mite be able to find refurbished unit. If accordion check to make sure the pick fingers are not broken they prevent paper from wrapping around the fuser roller. one mite be broken causing it to hit it.
It the paper comes out crinkled or accordion looking then it is your fuser. Check where your the paper comes out of. There might be a piece of paper jammed in there that is causing this. If no obstuctions then it might be the roller on the fuser cracking and cause it to crinkle the paper. The fuser is the last thing the paper goes through before coming out. It "fuses" the toner to the paper.
There are two factors. One is that the fuser (hot) rollers get contaminated with toner residue, resulting in them getting sticky. The sheet sticks to the roller, and instead of being fed straight through, it gets bent with the direction of roller rotation, and is pushed under the separator pieces. The second is that the separator "tongues", that should facilitate separating the sheet from the roller and directing the paper to the output, deteriorate over time. They are plastic, and subject to prolonged heat, so after some time they tend to lose their shape, get cracky etc.
Replacing the fuser is not a hard task, OKI is rather modular in it's construction. The instructions should come with the new fuser unit, and also you can look for directions on OKI website.
The fuser is most likely your candidate. A drum transfers the image onto the paper, but the transfer is made with an electric charge. The fuser applies heat and pressure to bond the toner to the paper.
If the fuser rollers are worn or there's heavy buildup on them, they will cause the paper to skew, crease and/or jam.
In the case of the paper bunching up and looking like an 'accordion', if this happens at the entrance guide to the fuser assembly, you're pretty much guaranteed the fuser's either jammed or defective.
You had a jam in your fuser and let copies pile up behind it. You get five tries to get paper through before the copier gives up and throws H5-01.
First, let your fuser cool and clean the mess of accordioned paper out of it. Make sure all your sheets are whole and all pieces recovered. You may need to put the white pressure levers down and turn the green knob. Dont forget to reset the levers.
Then put the machine in test mode with the key combo P-*-C-*
and go to test command 14-Start to clear the code.
If its still jammed you may need a service tech to take out the fuser for cleaning.
there is most likely a small piece of paper on a sensor/
remove paper tray and look inside, is there paper behind the tray? look at the tires are they bald and sniny? replace. Look at the tires and see if there is any scrap of paper there.
open right door and look down towards the paper tray, do you see any pieces of paper? there is a small black lever there, it's the sensor is it stuck?
look into the fuser (where it gets hot) ,you may have to remove it the paper sometimes gets crumbled like an accordion there, htere is also a small black lever there see any paper is it stuck?