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Need paper feed gear for Minolta 1250W printer

The driven gear on the paper pickup/feed shaft has a broken tooth. It has 28 teeth with an attached cam. Does anyone supply replacement gears for this printer?

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Try to find the local minolta service and try to order over them. Or go in few printer repair shops and try to find similar one.

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    2- pull the toner cart. and close the door.
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