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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There are a number of reasons why the paper would jam at registration. First off, if the paper is completely flat & straight it is probably a feed issue or paper detect issue. There are 2 little black photo reflectors before the rollers in the centre of the feed path. These sensors can get covered with paper dust & may need cleaning. Also try feeding paper from the manual feed tray & see if it jams. If you have jams from both cassette's & manual feed then its most likely a sensor of feed issue. If its from one tray only then the sensors in the vertical path may be dusty with paper dust or worn pick up & feed tyres. There is also an issue with the feed clutches in the paper pick up drive unit which can fail & have been upgraded.
Secondly, if the paper is Z folded at the registration rollers but before the fuser then it could be the primary bed drive gear. This gear also drives the secondary belt unit located in the right hand door assembly.
Hope this helps.
what code did they give the code will tell u something like "o2 lean bank ? sensor?" and if auto zone is telling u that its giving an o2 sensor problem most likely thats the trouble code that showed up and which sensor
That is a BSC, or blower speed controller. This is a very common concern, in most cases if you simply wiggle the harness the controller will start to work. This should be located on the a/c case under the hood below the heater hoses.
what size page are you trying to scan, if they are smaller than the gap between the transport rollers, they will not feed.
the single sheet problem you have:- the scanner knows when there is paper to feed when the sensor is pushed up beside the pick roller and it will put the tray down again when the rollers are pushed up. sometimes the little plastic sensor to the left of the roller gets a bit stuck and needs to be freed, it wares itself out where it hinges inside the cover around the pick roller. just unclipping it and cleaning it is usually enough.
Have you tried disconnecting the battery for half an hour to reset the computer? If that doesn't work I think the Vacuum Pressure Sensor is in the black box with all the vacuum hoses going to it beside the air filter housing. Not sure tho, subaru will tell you where it is & how to test it if you ring them & ask for the workshop.
Most often this is due to a dirty sensor or reflector. dust will often build up over time and cause poor sensor readings and thus a red error light. There are four paper sensor sets on this scanner. Cleaning each of the sensors with canned-air should resolve this issue.
the small black rectangle that is set down inot the paper-feed tray - this is the paper sensor.
whe you open the scanner (like you would to clear a paper jam), on the part of the scanner that swings open and just above the two white plastic rollers, you will see another small black rectangle that has two "eyes" - this is the wait sensor. the wait sensor meets up with a shiny reflector when the door is closed; this reflector is just behind the large rubber roller on the base of the scanner - it may also build a layer of dust and need to be cleaned.
a little further down on the open door, below the wait sensor is the start sensor, and it's reflector is on the base of the scanner just below the second set of small rubber rollers.
the ending sensor is a little harder to get to. if you look into the area where the paper exits the scanner, you will see two blck rubber rollers - between these rollers you will see a "notch" - at the bottom of the notch is the reflector and just above is the ending sensor. this is the most likely cause of your troubles and usually a few strong blasts from the canned air will take care of it. If the reflector is real dirty, you can take a cotton swab and a few drops of rubbing alcohol and work it around in that area.
This is one of the most common scanner-error questions I get! I hope my wording is clear and helps you resolve this problem!
This may help:
I don't have a Fujitsu, but a M/F is a M/F, all fairly similar.
On my SAMSUNG CLX-3170FN, I lifted the ADF cover, which is the smaller cover on top of the ADF, found a small black wedge-shape plastic arm which protrudes through the center, upwards.
As this peripheral ie, envelope / postcard / non-standard stationery cover is lowered, it pushes this arm to activate a limit switch, hidden under plastic of ADF.
If the cover is looseor not properly closed, the gearing and roller-feed mechanism can't push paper through, so causing an error.
The reason it refuses to scan is probably a cover not pushed down, or the sensor limit-switch misbehaving.
Renewing the limit should be fairly simple, if similar to mine.
1: Raise the peripheral cover.
2: Loosen 4 screws holding peripheral base-plate.
3: Switch is visible.