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Jams at registration roller!!

I keep getting jams at the registration roller, I noticed that you have a full service manual on disk for this machine, interested in sending me a copy?
Thanks for your help.

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  • ThoLong Jun 10, 2008

    I am having a jamed at the registration roller over and over again..I cleared that jammed it will jammed a couple more time then it start printing ok...Then later in the day it will jammed again..I have to go through this process many times in a day..Please help...

  • afullerton Jun 12, 2008

    I have the same problem however the jam will not reset.  It will not allow me to print.

  • Richard86 Jul 21, 2008

    The parts and diagrams can be seen here

    I have this problem on our 6250DP.
    The D shaped rollers look fine, both resting in the same place, both move the same way when touched.

    What else can cause this error?

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Yes I will send you a copy eriknel1

Text your e-mail address to 07764303923 i am in england
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Jams at the registration roll often come from one of the pickup rollers breaking a pin that keeps them in place on the feed shaft. They are D shaped rollers about midway back when you remove the tray.
They will be stopped in different positions.
Online at Xerox.com there is a complete parts list under support and drivers.

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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