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How do I fix my Toshiba machine

I have been trying to fixed the e-studio 280 but it doesn't work. the problem is when I copy the paper jam at the lower cassette,not reaching the separation roller.See heavy toning over the drum.thus I want to know or key in codes to find error on the screen.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Canon IR3530 jamming

Hi, lets go from begining:
1) Remove rollers from lower cass, and put them on first cass. Use fresh paper too. - Does it helps? try abaut 50 copies.If helps replace rollers.
FB6-3405 x1, FC6-6661 X1, FC6-7083 X1
2) when you open right lower door and right door you will be able to see axis with two small rollers.Clean it verry well, use alcohol.
3) On lower right door there must be metal plate for pressure on delivery roller, if there is no plate, put in each corner some tape or filc 2-3mm thick, wich will add pressure on plastic paper cover wich guides paper on delivery roller.
4) Does your jamed paper have any anomalities on itself, like: look like accordian, small wrinkles,...
If yes, check separation plate on fixing unit, pressure of rollers ( between fixing film and press. roller - NIP CHECK ).
5) Beaneath drum you will see small plastic sensor flapper - is he worn out? This is paper registration sensor, if he get in first position before the paper pass him you will get jam code.

Note:
Try to flip paper in cassete, up side down, and try then. If then works, the problem is in moisture on paper.

Hope that helped

Posted on Jun 30, 2010

canontech
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Hello,
so, first, did you clean the vertical path roller? ( its a axis with two rollers beneath the paper registration sensor )
Second, when you open left cover, and paper guide plastic cover ( black ) there is also sensor flapper, that can be a quite of pain because slow reaction of spring on it. Apply wd40 on its spring and in left corner where he lays into bushing. To check flapper response, manually close the paper guide plastic, the sensor must be in middle position.
Also it can be the problem in paper pick up clutch and it needs to be cleaned or replaced.
But, also the problem can be separation claws in cassette ( metal claws that holds the paper ). From experience, the probably is sensor flapper or pick up clutch the problem.

Hope that helps!

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Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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SOURCE: Ricoh copy machine 3025 paper jams every time we try to print

If the sheet of paper is damaged there may be a blockage in the paper path. If the path is cleared and it still damages the paper then the feed rollers could be worn. Question for you, when the paper gets damaged does it fan up like an accordian? if so there is an issue in the fuser section. Hop this helps

Posted on Sep 30, 2011

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SOURCE: My Toshiba E-studio 650 keeps E03 which means paper jam how can I fix this?

Probably moved some sensor caused by the paper jam, the sensor looks out of place or dirty and also check the continuity of the cables.

Posted on Apr 25, 2012

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It seems inevitable that the copy machine will have a paper jam. You need the copies immediately, so how do you fix the jam? Luckily, ingenuity and a manual, can help you fix the problem yourself. Fixing a paper jam, can elevate you to hero status amongst your co-workers.

  1. Discover the location of the jam. Carefully open the cover of the copy machine and the paper tray to see exactly where the paper is jammed.
  2. Step 2 Turn off the copy machine before pulling out the paper.
  3. Step 3 Pull the page out, the opposite way it is fed into the copier. Pull the jammed sheet out gently. If you tug too hard, the paper may rip.
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