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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the paper out sensor for the cassette is either broken or jammed. Pull out the cassette tip the machine on its back and you should see a black arm hanging down. This should be able to swing back and fourth freely. Unless it is missing or broken.
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
SOURCE: supply rec. paper Tray:LTR
Sorry i said he reset it, he actually cleaned the feed rollers and run a bypass to allign the feed drive unit, I am getting him back in so i will keep you all posted on the outcome
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
I don't have a user manual at my fingers, but you can go into "additional functions". I don't recall if it is within the"common settings" tab or "copy settings" but you can designate any paper tray to be "unique". For example you can designate tray 2 as "colored paper, or recycled paper" .In which case, if you are feeding from tray 1 and it runs out the copier now knows that tray 2 has a type of paper that is different than the current run.Even if the paper size is the same. I hope this helps. Take care. ..............................spinal.........................
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
WOW !!!! that is a list, but I will try to shed some light.
1-are the trays not being sensed in the paperdeck (optional paper tray capacity)
and the ones that work in the copier?/ a) the bord may be bad b) the connector may not have good contact
3-registration jam, a) the registration assembly is probably shorting out b) notenough sep causing the paper to rise up on the drum and then jam,
4-the paper sensor in the trays are in the pick up assembly tires, the ones that come down topick up the paper, there is a sensor that is loose but when it hits paper goes up, when no paper the metal plate goes up but has a hole for the sensor to fall trough and does not go up, giving paper empty.
5-I do not have any info on the specs for the corona wires, this is in the service manual
6-Sparking in the coronas is bad and can result in paper jams and holes in the drum, sometimes putting whiteout on the very ends of the coronas help, but it's better to replace, you can get the end blocks seperate.
7-Pre-corona assy' is to charge up the drum for fater copies, some techs do take them out, if all the wires are arcing then it may be your HVT (high voltage transformer) for the coronas going bad.
8-image is skewed only when using ADF if you put it on the glass it should be fine, the problem is the glass is too dry, try spraying some WD40 on the glass and wiping it off, leaving no residue just a slick smooth surface. the paper turns due to the dryness when fed on the glass.
9- Yes you are right there is no room for the paper to skew it would tear or get jammed if it did
hope I was of some help
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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