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Copier malfuntion. constantly misfeeding.

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  • NKEM Feb 24, 2008

    The model is The Xerox WorkCenter XD 103f.



    The paper clears through the bottom tray, makes half a copy, and gets stuck or jams as it tries to enter the upper chamber. It folds like a clothes at that stage of final entry. The copier automatically stops, and starts blinking greenish light 2&E alternately, and red sign to indicate jammed paper. I hope this will help.



    Thanks.



    Nkem.

  • NKEM Feb 26, 2008

    Pomtek.



    After I removed the fuser, I can rotate the end gear forth and back, proving that the gear is stripped. I also marked the roller as you suggested, but the mark never moved, again proving that the gear is not moving the roller. I am searching for a replcement fuser with good gear system. Hopefully, that will solve my problem. Any suggestion on where to get a good used fuser for the copier? The Xerox WorkCenter XD 103f.



    Thanks a bunch for your help. Keep up the good work.



    Nkem

  • NKEM May 19, 2008

    I installed new fuser roll drive gear as suggested. I turned the copier on only to witness another problem. The copier started flashing H and 4 alternatively. I am experiencing a total short down and the copier is not responding to any control. No power to the start botton. What can I do to fix it?



    Nkem.

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I think we need a bit more information.....like make , model, where is the misfeed or jam (they are different) over to you

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  • Chris Grogan Feb 24, 2008

    if you are pulling sheets out with unfused copies (they wipe off) there's a good chance that the fuser roll drive gear has cracked-- unless you have some sort of obstruction in the paper path, difficult to see from here. If you can see the heat roll, put a mark on it with a felt tip or similar, run a copy and see if the mark has moved, if not the fuser has not driven.It's not foolproof because the roll can be moved by the paper.If, on the other hand the copy gets,say, halfway through the fuser, you probably have a sensor stuck

  • Chris Grogan Feb 26, 2008

    Don't go spending your money on a new fuser, quite often the gear is available as a spare part very cheap...go to your dealer if you can $7 should cover it

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