I'm having trouble with my Minolta Di251 Copier. I'm trying to attach the 'finisher' and it keeps saying that I need to 'CLOSE SECTION PROPERLY'. All the doors are latched correctly, and I believe I've got the finisher attached correctly. This copier was shipped from another office and I'm putting it together 'blind' as it doesn't explain how to do it in the manual. So if anyone could be of any help, that would be great!
Make sure the actuator pin is still attached to the mid left section of the copier. It's a metal pin about 3 inches long (we call it the "shwartz", ha,ha) that is inserted into the finisher when the finisher is pushed close to the copier. It is normally mounted with 1 or 2 screws.
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Sorry your having trouble. Your code suggest you have an optional KM FS-534-535 finisher attached to your copier. The code is triggered by an internal part within the finisher and should be thoroughly inspected only by a certified factory trained service technician. I would suggest you contact your local repair company.
Attempting to resolve this issue on your own could produce negative results.
Depends on what model of finisher you have. There were 3 different finishers available for the Di251. There are usually instructions inside the stapler cover "door" but they may not help much. Also if you have OEM Minolta staples then there is an instruction sheet in the box. Really need the model of finisher before I can give you a better answer.
Common problem with these models.....most likely if it sounds like it "tries" to feed you original then the feed rollers need to be cleaned. On the front left corner of the document feeder cover there is a single screw. Remove the screw, open the F1 door and the cover will come off. Now right where the originals feed in you will see 4 feed rollers or small "tires" The 2 smaller ones or the usually the main cause. Just take a cloth with some glass cleaner on it and rotate and cleaned both sets of tires. Reinstall the cover and you should be good to go.