Question about Xerox WorkCentre Pro 90 Copier
Take the paper tray out as follows: open the front door, pull the tray out as far as it goes. On the side rails there is a hole and if you look into the hole there is a stopper. Turn this stopper a little by a small screw driver or similar and simultaneously pull the tray out on the other side, then the remaining side one by one.
On the back side of the tray there is a sector plastic gear and a smaller one. Sometimes they lose teeth because paperr stack is very heavy and thy are made of plastic.
Another cause may be improperly installed feed rollers.They must be installed right way round. When paper stack raises the feed rollers actuate a fork which, in turn, actuates a plastic flag which in turn blocks a sensor in the inside back wall if the copier/printer. Everything is fu**ing plastic and breaks easily.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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