Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
That model needs a conversion kit it was common for that model to do that and once u convert it 8it will no longer be a fire hazard
Posted on Nov 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On either side of the drive table are single wires that go to each end of the lamp. Remove one screw on each side of the snap-in levers. Turn red handle on left side of unit as you are looking at it. Lift up each lever (screws you just removed) carefully. You can slide the entire unit out from under the clear plastic, then you will be able to see the lamp. It is a long halogen lamp. Do not touch the lamp with your fingers!! The oil on your skin will cause that area to overheat, boil, and blow. Disconnect wires on each side. Loosen bracket screws (2 on each side). Lift lamp out of heatsink tray by porcelain ends and slide out. Replace in reverse order. REMEMBER: DON'T TOUCH LAMP WITH FINGERS. USE GLOVES OR HANDLE BY PORCELAIN ENDS. GOOD LUCK!!
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
SOURCE: I have 2 -4550 and
Hello, I rebuild these machines. I dont think you need any parts to fix your machines. I find the reason for machines not shutting off is the machine needs the drive clutch and transmision needs cleaned. If you want to talk call 614-580-9676. Im eastern time zone.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
Indeed this maybe able to be repaired, however to have any chance at a repair one MUST obtain a service manual, usually, one can Google search, or an approach to the manufacturer should yield a manual. In there are the troubleshooting steps to take to isolate and hopefully repair, also the all important parts numbers required to order spare parts.
This problem sounds like a typical power supply fault, or something is drawing too much current and is causing the SMPSU to shut down, as the protection mechanism is invoked. The fault indeed maybe Thermal, and perhaps using Freeze spray, on selected components may yield the faulty component? However as with anything one must start at the PSU and work out.
The other way of course is to get it looked at by a professional, and only first ask for a "Quote" as to any repair costs and go from there.
Posted on Aug 22, 2011
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