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I have a toshiba e-255 that jam's right as soon as the paper starts too come out of the fuser and has the error code of e062. can any one tell me what is wrong.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: Paper Jam

hi im jules_09.have you reassemble the fuser correctly?check again the inside of the machine for small pieces of paper its just there the machine wont flash the misfed if there is nothing stock in the machine.although sometimes the drum can cause the misfed,try to full out the drum.it cant be stock just see if the drum is rotating try to rotate it 360 then slowly full it out,also check if there are srews where the drum process unit is at

 

Posted on Oct 14, 2007

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More than likely you have bad feed tires in the tray you're pulling from or if the drum unit is stuck there probably is paper jammed up in the unit.  Replace you feed tires and check your drum separation claws when you are able to get the drum unit out.

Posted on Oct 20, 2007

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SOURCE: Paper Jam

1st, you need to find out exactly where the paper is getting stuck.
Is the paper stopping just as it gets to the rollers, or
stops when it goes through the rollers and are getting stuck on the little fuser claws?
If the paper is stopping right when it gets to the rollers, then there is a problem with the fuser drive or drive gears.
This you would probably need to place a service call to have repaired.
If the paper is getting stuck in the claws, then make sure that the claws are not stuck down. All claws should be up against the rollers, both upper and lower claws.
Sometimes they get stuck down or the spring gets knocked off.
Other than that, as long as both upper and lower fuser rollers are in good condition, paper should pass through.

If you have any other questions, feel free to repost.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2008

SOURCE: Toshiba 2060 Paper Jam at the fuser

I think i found the issue. There is this plasic actuator piece that has two parts to it and its melted. I think that is the piece that detects the paper leaveing the fuser. Here is a picture of the part that is melted. http://www.precisionroller.com/actuators-for-toshiba-2060/details_8856.html
Does any one have a repair manual that they can send me on the correct way of installing this part?

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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SOURCE: toshiba 2060 jams (accordion/fans the

sounds like a broken fuser drive gear.The fuser operates a nearly 400 degrees Fahrenheit and the drive gear cracks and falls off.Lots of trouble for a 50 cent gear.They are mad of fiber or plastic.take a few of the covers off near the fuser and disconnect the cables and the fuser slides out

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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