Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I looked and there is no blockage . it seems as if the wheel is stripped . do i need a new wheel?
Sounds like you've lost a tooth from a gear in the scan drive, most of them are plastic, it will only need one tooth to break to make a clicking noise. If you can see which gears rotate as the scan moves, examine them very carefully.Can you gently move the scan by hand?.Do you feel any resistance at the point where the noise starts? If so , check for obstructions, like position sensors bent/damaged
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