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Re: Hi, i am getting an error L1-00, and there is a noise...
Is the lamp moving when you turn the machine on?
It should move slightly when you first power on the machine.
If it doesn't, then look to see if there is a cable or belt broken by looking down under the glass.
The scan motor could have failed.
The lamp/mirror carriage may be hitting the side of the sensor assembly and not going into it.
If someone has cleaned mirrors recently, it is possible to get the screws in the wrong position and a longer screw is catching the carriage.
The detection of the lamp moving is the code.
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Hopefully one of the first four suggestions helped you. If not if you could post more detail as to what kind of noise is the machine making: a grinding noise, a squealing noise, how loud is it. descriptions such as that would be helpful in diagnosing the issue. Without a description of the noise any of those first four posts could be relevant. The easiest thing to try first would of course be a toner cartridge I have experienced them many times making noises especially if they're aftermarket cartridges. Other than that grinding noises are typically fuser related in that machine, with squealing and high pitch noises the description of the noise is very important because it could be a fuse or it could just be dirt in a gear cluster rubbing on a shaft or it could be the laser assembly. Ireally hate to post absolute diagnosis without enough detail especially when it comes to you having to spend more money. Hope this helps.
Sounds like your Process Drive Assembly has broken its mounting posts and the gears are no longer meshing properly, causing the grinding noise. The drive assy is located on the right side of the machine toward the front. It is held in place with 3 screws. If you wiggle on the gear assy and it moves, then you should go ahead and replace the machine. This is not a do-it-yourself type of repair and should be left to a Xerox Certified Technician if you decide to repair the machine.
It is possible that the drum is rubbing about when it is in te high speed mode and so make the noise. It is always good to observe what the noise is all about as this can be visible from the bottom of the washer.
You need to check the movements with a manual turning of the motor and drum. This noise can be from the belts, the bearings, the suspension or as said earlier the rubbing of drum due to heavy load or poor damping.
If this machine has a gear box for high speed , check the motor and the gear box for low/dry lubrication.
Hi.Most scooters use a steel key in each rear hub to drive the wheels. These often get noisy. As the wheel turns the weight is put on the key and then comes of as the wheel keeps turning making a noise each revolution of the wheel. To repair remove the rear wheels and wipe a thin smear of grease onto the axle and key. This will reduce the noise. Hint, loosen the bolts holding the wheel on before raising the rear end to remove the wheels. If you place a support or block of timber under the machine, be careful of the motor brush holders.
Other noises could be gearbox gears worn.
Good luck. Neil.
Could it be more like a clicking or grinding noise? That would be the swing plate assembly gears. Those gears connect the drive system to the fuser, driving the fuser gears. There is no workaround, it is a replace only. I would suggest contacting a service provider. The swing plate assembly has either a quick 15 minute fix or a tiresome and complicated up to 2 hour fix, especially if the screws get stripped out.
What happens is the fuser gears and the swing plate assembly gears bounce slightly, creating wear on the fuser drive gear and the swing plate gears. Over time they wear down enough that they start making noise and will eventually start causing jams in the fuser. If you notice a bunch of white dust that has an oily texture when you rub with your figures on the drive side of the fuser, that is the gear dust.
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Hi you will probably get constant disk errors because it is not the best console you can get. The older versions are now stopped being prossesed. My best bet is to get some rubbing alcohol.The spray doesnt really make an effect but will also make an effect.Im not sure what the effect is but your bets bet is to get rubbing alcohol.
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On the back of your machine you can remove the back panel think it is about 8 screws. Once you get the back panel off look closely at the motor. Motor mounts, gears, clutch, brake, and if need be take the bottom apart and look at the main bearing on the bottom of the drum to make sure that hasnt gone bad