Question about Sharp AL-1642CS Copier
I work for a very small (4-6 employees) company. They have two Sharp Multifunction Printers. One of them, the AL-1642CS, started making a loud intermitent noise. I told my boss that a belt or gear was slipping and they needed to get it fixed before it got worse. It got worse. The noise is basically constant. If you're just printing on the top half of the page, you'll be okay. But it puts a fold in the middle of the page and the bottom half basically doesn't print. I finally convinced them to let me take it home. The noise is the fuser gears. While pricing out a fuser, I learned you can get parts for the fuser itself, and oil. My question is: What, most likely, is causing this? And could the oil solve it? They don't have a lot of money, that's why I'm trying to help. But I could use some help myself. Thanks for your time and assistance.
I have a lot of spare parts this machine.I live in Bangladesh.How can it possible to send you full fuser unite.if your necessary please send me details.your mailing address.I am expert this copier.it is problem heater gear.it replaceble.If I live in Your country it is no matter for me only 10 minutes.But I am bad luck I live in Bangladesh.It is so far.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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