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Broken parts at bottom of ESP 7 printer. Damage occured when paper fed back under main paper tray and was pulled out without removing metal framework to release it. Would need parts list to effeciently identify one of the parts. The other is part of the gear assemly which moves the paper trays: on the end of a transverse shaft beneath the main paper tray. one of two spring loaded "flags" to the shaft side of the gears is disengaged and the spring bent. The entire shaft and gear assembly may have to be replaced as a single part.

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  • zayton Oct 16, 2010

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I was not able to locate a parts list and Kodak said they don't offer replacement parts but can "service" the printer if you send it in so I would suggest buying this used ESP 7 and then using the parts out of it to fix your printer. Click on the link below to view:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Kodak-ESP-7-All-In-One-InkJet-Printer-Parts-/130422844642?pt=COMP_Printers&hash=item1e5dceace2

http://selfservice.kodak.com/external/en/urg/urg_00976/GLB_en_urg_00976_manual_ATG/urg00976c10s14.html

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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