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Spring w/2 tiny rollers loose

Top L-shaped roller track popped out along with 1 tiny spring & 2 tiny rollers. My problem is this. On the bottom of the top L-shaped roller track (assuming that's probably not the proper part name but we will assume it is here) there lies 16 slots,(2 rows of 8) each slot holds 1 tiny spring & 2 tiny rollers that look like tiny, white, plastic wheels with tiny metal teeth encircling them. Out of 16 slots it seems that 12 of them are to be occupied & 4 of them are to be vacant. Now, with the printer in front view, If you were to look down at the the L-shaped track lying correctly in place, this is what I know, starting from the front (row farthest away from you)left (left hand side) row the numbers 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, & 8 slots are occupied and the number 4 slot is vacant. On the back row again, starting on the left side numbers 2, 5, 7, & 8 are occupied & numbers 1, 3, 4, & 6 are vacant. So, since 12 of the slots seem to need to be occupied and I only have 11 currently occupied, which of my vacant spots is supposed to be occupied? I think It's the front number 4 slot. I just want to know if thats right & if not which slot is correct. I don't want to take it to a shop for something so simple as this. Please help me out. Thank you! Austin

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On my i455 all the rear slots are occupied. The front only has 2,5,7, 8 occupied. It works fine that way. I think the rear is more critical than the front to proper paper feeding. Good luck

Posted on Oct 04, 2007

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