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I need the part number for a lanier ld 032c. I need the motors that spin the feed tires for trays one and two. The machine displays a jam and the paper doesnt move from the trays. Thanks

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In the LD 032C, there is one feed motor that controls drive for both trays. The part number for that motor is G5682702, but it might be hard to find it because that copier is pretty old. You might have better luck looking for a secondhand or refurbished motor.

Good luck!

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