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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CANON PC 20 COPIER
I think the plastic broke that held the spring, so you need to figure out where it broke and drill a new hole for the spring, and sounds like you need a new cartridge, GOOD LUCK!!!
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
you sould not have to remove the scanner unit to clear a jam in the fuser
open all doors and remove anything marked green
remove the the cartridge assembly if it will come out
open the fuser section (usually a release that takes pressure off of the fuser rollers
remove the paper feed cartridge
you now should be able to follow the paper feed path from the time paper goes i until it comes out
if you are not sure of path take a piece of card stock and simulate it goig through feed ara
there are small microswitches/ poto eyes that sense paper lok for an small pieces also clean thes poto eyes with q tip and rubbign alcohol
unlug from the wall then plug back in and turn on p roblem sould be solved
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: Lines on copies
The lines are caused by some debris that is on the platen (the glass where you normally place the copies). The usual culprit is white-out smudges from a copy that wasn't completely dried yet. When you make copies using the feeder, the roller passes the paper being copied over a little section of the platen (if you pull up the feeder "lid", it'll be on the right-hand side of the big glass... it might even be marked with 2 green arrow stickers, but if not, it's the part of the glass directly under the roller of the feeder). You can just take an alcohol wipe or soak a cotton ball with alcohol or windex and wipe down that strip of glass under the roller.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
You have a piece of dirt or whiteout on the scanner glass. When the paper is moving by, it creates a "Line" if the paper is sitting still on the glass, it may be a dot or it may even use a different glass alltogether for ADF vs Paltten scanning.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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