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I 65 scanner sensor

The girls in one of my out of town offices tell me that there is a small black sensor beside the feed module. I would like to find an exploded view of the inner workings so I can order parts. Can you tell me where I can find something like a parts manual? Thanks, Bob

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Re: I 65 scanner sensor

Go here and scroll down, you will see the feed module for $31
replace that

hope this helps
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