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My left side wheel unit does not run smooth and at the same speed as the right side. I have adjusted the linkage but it does not help

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SOUNDS LIKE IT NEEDS NEW WHEEL ON THAT SIDE I WOULD PUT 2 NEW ONES ON

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1. Read through the whole list before you start adjusting.
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found a (the?) solution deep down in the web, and it worked for me: The four cartridges are hinged in a big gear wheel left and right of the printer. The wheel is driven by two small gear wheels sitting on a shaft abovee. It can happen that the gears jump one or two tooth on one side, then the cartridges are no longer aligned with the transfer drum (you can see the different gap size from top).

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