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Motor part number/ tourque settings

I need a motor prt number or some torque values of the motor on the right middle motor that powers the front paper feed bar. this motor burned up and my boss is on my case to get a new motor for it. having a hard time findind schematic's for it or anything.. any suggestions?? ( he wont buy a new one . its a " test of skill "

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  • Curtis Callaway Mar 10, 2008

    sorry i typed the model number up in the subject area,. the printer is a lexmark x8350 the front paper feed electric motor i have the motor extracted from the machine but there are no part numbers on it. ( go figure ) thax for the help

  • Curtis Callaway Mar 10, 2008

    printer scanner -copier, (flatbed scanner)

  • Curtis Callaway Mar 11, 2008

    naw. i found the part nubmer and contacted the manufacturer, they have it posted on line. but unfortunatly they do not make this motor ( im sure they do ) anymore. and have stop producing the printer.... i knew this allready so i had my boss make the phone call and after having to wait 20 min for that answer he's sorta said ***** it.. :d go figure :-) thanks for your help tho. hope you ahve a great day.

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Of course, with a model number, this enquiry would be most effective, no?

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 10, 2008

    ok...so you want to replace that motor? is it tight or otherwise out of kilter(bearings?)>


  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Mar 11, 2008

    not to worry. thanks for the update..and perhaps you'll rate this one when you're done...

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ii
English.............................................................. 1
Fran?ais ............................................................ 6
Espa?ol ............................................................. 11
Portugu?s ........................................................... 16
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