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Yes, the doorjam switch is either shorted or broken. This switch is on the cabin door opening by the hinges. In rare cases the pin may be self adjusting. Sometimes you can press in the pin by hand to see if it shuts off the interior light. Do not slam the door with your finger in the hinge area.
There may be a problem with the door adjustment or the hinge may be broken and you do not know it. It can be a lose or broken wire inside the cabin shell.
Remove from any
power source, remove the cover of the cabinet. Slacken off the clamp
mechanism and ease the clamp over the guide to allow the door to
open. The door may be easily
adjusted by slackening off the screws that clamp the door
catch/actuators in place whilst holding the door closed and then
tightening the screws. The rear of the door may be adjusted by
slackening the lower door hinge screws and adjusting as required. I
hope that helps.
The usual cause of a hanging door is a worn door hinge or two. You might be able to loosen and lift the two hinges, at the front of the door, a bit.That might allow the door to close better but the best solution is to replace the worn hinges.
Likely nothing to adjust.
With the door open, see if the door can be lifted up and down while looking at the hinges. If there is play, the door hinge pins/bushings are worn out, and on some vehicles, the hinges are not serviceable, and replacement will be needed. G/L
You need a new hinge so the cover will sit down properly, or paper will jam anyway, but it sounds like there is still a scrap of paper on one of the sensors inside the ADF, you need to look with a flashlight down thru where the paper goes and also look up thru the slot with the ADF lifted.
The Cover hinge is misaligned, causing a no cool situation, the door switch
and magnet are out of alignment, the door alarm is also on
The Blue arrow shows the hinge improperly aligned, the
Yellow arrow shows the correct position of the hinge Solution:
Using pliers adjust
the height of the hinge by pushing it down, the cover hinge willalign properly as
well as the door switch and the magnet, energizing cooling fan and having refrigerator cooling properly.
I am not completely familiar with that model of machine, but most doc feeders have an adjusting screw on the hinge to increase the spring pressure Most are accessible from the back, it may be recessed, so you might need a flashlight to locate it. Some require the removal of an inspection cover in the back of the hinge.
If you locate one, adjust it to just hold the feeder in place, too much tension may create a problem with it sitting properly in the down position, and pressure on the belt when feeding.
On most models the hinges are a pressed in, pressure brake type hinges, and when the hinge start getting worn to the point of not holding the screen, then they can only be replaced in order to fix it. You can sometimes get away with replacing just one. On some models there are screws on the hinges that come loose that can cause this. The screws aren't for adjusting, they are basically just set screws. You won't which is the problem know until you take the covers off. Most likely you're going to have to replace the hinges. Try Ebay for the replacements.