I have a XL2140DF model, which is basically an XD100 model. I've got some gear "clicking" when the motor is spun by hand, but when powered up you get a very loud squeal for about 15 seconds. Then the motor stops and so does the squeal. If you press "S" to make a copy, it makes a squeal for 15 seconds and does not grab the paper and displays a "P", for either out of paper or paper jam - both incorrect. I believe a gear is broken. You also smell a faint smell like maybe burning plastic. I disassembled the back of the copier and carefully examined all gears on the metal plate that drives the toner, drum, and fuser. There all appear to be intact and functioning ok. Before I buy a bunch of gears to replace a questionable gear, can you tell me which gear to look at or where to look for another problem? I was thinking it was the fuser drive doublet gear, but it appears okay, it does click when turned backwards by hand. But I don't think this gear has anything to do with picking up the paper.
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The fuser is the part of the printer that heats the toner to the paper. turn the printer around and open the back cover. You should see a long black bar with green clips on either side to release a paper jam. There may also be rollers in there. Make sure there is no debris in the fuser, and that those clips are in the functioning position (usually down). If the fuser is removable, which I don't think it is in this model, take it out and then reinstall it. Then give it a shot. Usually though high pitched squeal is a toner cartridge thing. If you are using reman cartridges try a new (actual hp) cartridge from office depot or staples.
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I have the same problem with a CTC Shop Vac. It's he bearings ... they're worn out and dry ... no lubrication. I've trid taking the motor apart and lubricating the bearings, then it runs super for a few uses but then the squealing starts again. Oitch it and buy a new one.
there is either paper stuck around a roller (3) that feeds the paper or you have a bad clutch, most mnfs use magnetic clutches at the rear of the machine or bypass that get a red rusty dust in them causing squeal. recommend xerox takes a look...sorry they are quite expensive hourly
Does the squeal come from the TV cabinet or the speaker? If from the cabinet , it's most likely the Horizontal high-voltage section of the set. Find someone that's good with hand tools,unplug the set from the wall outlet, let it sit for a good 30 minutes. have someone open up the back of the set and dust out and vacuum out any dust from inside the set. Put back together and try it out.
the high pitch squeal indicates shorted component/s. the transformer goes hot co'z its being overloaded by the shorted component, it too could be the one creating the squeal!!
if you have experience with electronic troubleshooting, try to test some of the components particularly on the secondary part of the transformer. Be careful and make sure the TV set is unplugged. test for shorted diodes and transistors, if you're in doubt of your readings try to desoldering one leg of the diode then proceed with the testing/measuring. replace any of the bad components you find exactly with same part number or replacements with the same rating.
spend more time on it resoldering some other cold soldered components.