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CAN YOU REPAIR THE FUSER, THE PAPER GETS JAMMED AND THE MACHINE MAKES A LOT OF NOICE

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  • Eric Sandbo Dec 31, 2010

    I can probably find the part number of the broken gear if you give us the printer's model number.

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Yes you can also repair but you have to know about fuser part in your case. I thing problem creater is teflon sleeve (Just do one thing open fuser then oil the element which is inside the sleeve then fix the printer and try)

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HP 1010 , paper jam near fuser assembly.


Remove left,right,top & back cover, #check paper sensor flag & flag spring, found any dis location? correct it.Most of the cases spring dis location observed (see the snap shot for easy recognition)#clean fuser paper out sensor as well as check sensor flag.#check fuser teflon sleeve.


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We have XC865 the copier was working just fine until today. The paper keeps jamming inside. It would start to copy and then just gets stuck in the middle of the cycle. So I have to open the machine up...


Most likely a common problem of a broken fuser drive gear. This is especially true if the lead edge of the paper is stopping at the fuser assembly. This is the assembly that is hot to the touch. There is a upper fuser roller drive gear that breaks on these and causes the fuser roller to stop turning. So everytime the paper gets to the rollers it stops and a jam reults. The gear is 16.00 at precisionroller.com part number M510X
Here is a picture of the gear.

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Copier makes grinding noice


its the gears, if the noise is coming from the rear of the machine where the paper comes out, then it s your fuser gears may need to replace

Mar 24, 2010 | Xerox Office Equipment & Supplies

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After making a lot of copies- Dialta 3010 copier jams every time


you probably need you fuser rebuilt. the heat roller melts the toner into the papew. it is covered in teflon. over time the teflon wears off anf toner sticks to it causing paper jams when the copier gets hot

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Xerox M15i paper gets jammed above the fuser "paper jam 2" fuser is hot but i think its supposed to be. Almost every sheet gets jammed.


Yes it is supposed to be hot. Let is sit off for an hour.
Open the right side as if you were removing a jam. You will see 4 silver phillips screws. Remove them, unplug the fuser and slide it out. I think you will find either a paper folded up in the fuser or in the paper path just past the fuser.
The fuser itself probably needs rebuilt or replaced.

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Ricoh CL 7100 fuser jam.


The grinding noise is the clashing of gears. The fuser is composed of 2 rollers, a metal or ceramic with a heater inside (bulb) and a silicon roller to apply pressure. The 'hot' roller is geared and the silicon roller can be geared or free floating. There is at least 1 paper sensor in the the fuser to let the unit know whether paper is there and there when it should or should not be. Sometimes, the sensor gets slightly dislodged and can actually cause a jam. If you are hearing a gear clash, the paper is being pushed through the machine and instead of being pushed through the fuser, it stops because the fuser rollers are not turning. The rest of the machine keeps pushing, crinkling the paper.
If there is crinkling, then gears that drive the fuser need to be checked. It is this gear cluster and/or the fuser that need to be replaced.

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HP LJ P3005 13.31.00 ERROR


Hi,
As i can understand whenever you try to print with rear door closed printed page should come on top from top output roller however paper gets jammed.
Solution:
Try to print a page using rear door open and it should come out from the rear drop down tray it printed page comes out successfully with rear flap open than paper gets jammed at top due to faulty top output roller.
However if the paper gets jammed at fuser with rear door closed than it is issue with fuser in that case you need to get fuser replaced at the same time replace 20 tooth gear next to fuser.

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Loud clacking sound, jamming in fuser ? sounds like the gear that turns the fuser are bad and not meshing together,
accordion jam is the fingers or claws that ride on the fuser roller are probably worn out ( these can be replaced usually 3-5 ).

You can buy the parts and replace them yourself if a handy person, not that difficult.

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Try removing the fuser to check inside of it and behind it for paper scraps. (Note: the fuser gets extremely hot, so make sure your printer is unplugged and cool before touching the fuser!)

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