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I need the exit roller shaft for the fuser. Its the shaft that is keyed to the drive on the back of printer.

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Erro code e02 in toshiba estudio 181


hello
dear you have to verify all the exit sensor related
1. do u have look on fuser unit drive gears.
2. is the exit rollers are good some time exit roller got damaged they don't hold hold paper to run out from machine.
3. do u have clean the exit sensor.
4. do you have verify that the exit sensor actuator is free to operate the sensor.
5. some time exit sensor actuator broken.

Aug 28, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to fix error code E014, it shows on screen switch main power off and on then E014, but I turned off and on many time , it stay like that


If I remember correctly..... A E014 mean that the main drive is not spining freely. Most of the time the fuser unit is not turning smoothly. Have you tried to spin the fuser unit? If so is it smooh or tight? Have you looked in the fuser to see if the web is wraped around the upper fuser roller? Or is the lower fusing roller cut? If that all looks OK > it is the fuser drive gears (on the front of the fuser) are locked up... You may have to take the two white gears off and clean & lubract / oil the shafts.... Good Luck > there is not a way to reset the code until it is fixed

Feb 04, 2011 | Canon imageRUNNER 400S Copier

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What does error code E04-02 mean?


You've had too many fuser jams. Remove the fuser and inspect the heat roller and separator claws. After putting the fuser back in, you must do an lbp fuser reset in F9-6 mode. While holding down the function key, press original size ledger key. While holding those down, press the 3 key. This gets you into service mode. Press the stop key, then while holding down function key, press clear key to exit service mode.

Jan 05, 2011 | Panasonic Workio DP-3520 Copier

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How do I stop my hp laserjet P3005dn Printer to stop squeaking?


The most common place for these to squeak is the fuser, usually a bushing that holds the lower (pressure) roller has failed and the shaft is grinding against the frame of the fuser. Grinding will usually occur shortly after. You need to remove the fuser and examine where the lower roller's shaft comes out to the gear for bushing wear. Then you can replace the fuser with a rebuilt, or replace the right and left bushings if you want to tear down the fuser. Another squeak can come from a toner having bad bushings allowing the drum to rub the plastic housing of the toner. Yet another could be the bushings holding the final roller shaft for the exit bin, requires removal of the top,

Service manual can be downloaded at feedroller.com - down the left nav bar at the bottom is a link to manuals.

May 20, 2010 | HP LaserJet P3005dn Printer

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Xerox Phaser 7700DN jam at fuser


Those rollers are necessary to feed paper from the fuser. Order PN 116-1759-00 which is the 15 inch long shaft w/ 4 rollers

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Item, Inc.

Nov 10, 2009 | Xerox Phaser 7700DN Laser Printer

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Paper gets stuck, comes out only partially and crumbled


It is a hardware problem. So you can check it from service center.

Nov 04, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4 plus Printer

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13 Paper Jam - but there is no paper inside!


I have a long solution (possibly) to your issue:

Error 13 Paper Jam
  • Paper jams can occur in 3 places: Entry, registration and exit.
  • If the paper isn't picking up out of the paper tray, visually inspect the pickup roller. If it looks shiny, replace it. You should also replace the separation pad as they work together. On the 4L/4P/5P/6P the pickup roller has a plastic shaft that breaks. You'll have to replace the whole pickup assembly. This requires major disassembly of the printer. Check our printer repair kits for your model printer. If you don't see it listed, email us.
  • If you have an HP 4/4+/5 with an optional 500 sheet feeder that's jamming, check the balance knob adjustment. Center it with a full **** of paper for proper operation.
  • If the paper is jamming at registration or anywhere between pickup and exit it could be a number of things. Check the paper path for torn bits of paper or label residue. On the II/III series, remove the metal registration guide plate (2 screws) and check underneath it. If the pickup rollers are moderately worn, the paper will stop just short of the registration roller. On the 4L/4P/5P/6P remove the screw holding the oblique roller assembly (Inside front of printer) and pull out and inspect the assembly and the area under it. On the HP 4/4+/5 pivot up the metal plate and check underneath it. Check the roller assembly on the left side for torn scraps of paper (a flashlight or torch is necessary).
  • Make sure paper cassettes are firmly seated, corner tabs aren't bent. Some trays have lifting springs that could pop out if tray has been dropped.
  • On HP IIP/IIP+/IIIP printers if the paper scrunches up at the toner cartridge you'll need our Inside Accordion Jam Repair Kit.
  • Check your software settings in the program you are attempting to print from. Do you have the correct paper size specified? If you have a different paper size than what is in the tray, you'll get a paper jam.
  • Exit jams are frequently caused by exit sensors. These sensors are typically mounted on the fuser assembly or adjacent to it. They are plastic arms that block and unblock an optical sensor. The arms can get stuck or knocked out of place when clearing paper jams. The optical sensors can also get dirt blocking the photo cell. Clean the sensor and check for free movement and proper installation of the sensor arms.
  • On HP II/III series exit jams are mostly caused by worn gears. The best way to troubleshoot this is to defeat the door interlock (see door interlock photo on troubleshooting page). Press down on the arm on the top right of the fuser. Initiate a test page. While holding down the arm, press one of the metal cartridge detect switches just below the door interlock. Watch the movement of the gears. You will get a 51 error because the door is open. Recycle power to get rid of error. There is an arm gear on the lower right of the fuser that can shed teeth. There is also a 14 tooth gear below the large gear on top of the fuser. You can also manually rotate the large gear and check for binding or crunching. If that happens, then replace the 14 tooth gear. On the door, there are some delivery coupler gears that mate with the fuser and drive the exit roller. Check the gears for excessive wear. Replace if necessary. If the paper gets almost all the way out and jams, replace the exit roller or the exit roller assembly. If the error occurs after fuser replacement, check and see if the connector on the left of the fuser is properly mated with the one in the printer.
  • On HP IIP/IIP+/IIIP printers if the paper has accordion folds on the bottom and jams on exit, order our Top Output Accordion Jam Repair Kit.
  • On HP 4/4+/5 printers the most common cause of exit jams is the exit assembly. Order our 4/4+/5 Exit Jam Repair Kit. Exit jams in the fuser can be caused by a broken fuser drive gear or a broken gear on the fuser. Remove the fuser and check the gear inside the printer for broken teeth. Manually turn the gears on the fuser and check for smooth operation. Check the paper exit sensor arm for proper mounting and free movement.
  • Check to make sure the rear door is closed on the printer. Open doors can cause 13 paper jam indications.
  • On the 5L/6L check the registration sensor arm below the pickup roller. Also check the exit sensor arm (bottom center of the fuser). These arms frequently get stuck or dislodged clearing paper jams. On these printers, if you are experiencing frequent paper jams, order our 5L/6L Multi-Sheet/No Feed Repair Kit
All this comes from:

http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/reference/errorcodes/hp

Good luck with it, I love the HP LaserJet 4 series of printers. I used to warm my coffee on the top of the fuser when I was doing large print jobs :-)

If this information helps, please give me a rating, thanks!

OpenSource13

Apr 07, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4 plus Printer

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Canon IR1600 Loud Screeching Noise During Copying


There are some little metal earth strips that meet the paper exit shaft at the fromt of the machine. I've had a couple of these digging intot he metal exit roller shaft, they just needed bending away from the shaft anbit and oiling. It also helps if you move the exit roller shaft from front to back a bit.

Mar 12, 2009 | Canon imageRUNNER C3170U Color Copier

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Paper jam 202 with no paper in printer


This jam is refering to back door, jam in fuser (hot bit) Double check no paper is wraped around fuser rollers.

These machines have a fuser at rear if you look at he fuser from the back, on it you will see, two thick fuser rollers (ones rubber), paper runs threw these then it hits a little black switch (your machine thinks this switch is activated) and then a series(3,4) of small rubber exit rollers, this switch (between middle and left) can get damaged it also likely that a piece of paper is concertinaed in fuser.

Also remove print cartridge and look behind it, if this machine has duplex unit installed you will need to lift it off that first to axcess all areas.

Check all doors are shut.

pic of rear of fuser and exit switch in red circled3f7db6.jpg

Nov 13, 2007 | Lexmark T642 Laser Printer

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