Samsung CLP300 cannot get the rubber pick up roller back in
Ok I couldn't get the rubber band off so I removed the whole, JC73-00211A RUBBER-PICK_UP, but now it's as if it's too long to go back into the machine, which I know of course it is not, can some help me. Thanks, Julia
Re: Samsung CLP300 cannot get the rubber pick up roller...
The rubber band goes around the plastic roller and is loose about loose enough to get a finger between it and plastic however the thing then pushes back into the curved space at the back of the roller so it forms a kind of c shape around the roller. If that makes any sense!
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model, manufacturer. There are so many radios that are built differently. Some you can put it back in, some you cannot. Most PTT made of rubber are part of a larger rubber piece and once torn, the whole thing must be replaced. Not hard, but it does require disassembly of the radio. That is, if the part is available. Business Band yes, FRS/GMRS no.
Do not attempt this fix ur self if your not familar with the dvd drive parts . The problem is the band on the dvd drive motor under the disc tray is slipping . To fix this use a rubber band. Step 1 Remove your dvd drive unscrew all 4 screws , 2 remove green board carefully . 3 unscrew any screw under the disc tray and remove this disc tray , step 4 get a rubber band a small rubber band and replace the band thats slipping put your dvd drive back together and ur good to go . If you do NOT want to do this your self you can go to Solomodsdotcom and they will fix the dvd drive for you . Google search to to replace rubber band on 360 dvd drive . You tube has videos on how to but i wouldnt recommend doing it your self if your not familiar with the parts .
do a search for sears service center and find a local "service and repair" center. they will be able to either figure out the part you need over the phone or ask you to bring the tool in, but i don't believe sears/craftsman makes their parts manuals readily available.
I had the same problem. To remove the rubber band, I had to remove a plastic housing that keeps the band in place. It's a bit difficult, but I managed to without breaking anything with two small flat point screwdrivers. I couldn't find any original replacement part, so I looked for something similar in the market. The rubber has to be really soft to pick up the paper, also a reason why it cracks a lot. If the rubber is flat, then try to use fine sandpaper on it to give it some texture. clean it well, so it won't mess up the paper. Put the rubber band on the housing and clip it on. This should end with all the paper jams and weird noises. The job is easier done, if you remove the housing of the printer (six screws). Never use brute force. If it doesn't come out, there's something that you're doing wrong. Be patient, so you won't break anything. Good luck!
The only way to do this is with 2 small flat bladed screw drivers when u push them at the same time into the edge where the clips are one either side of the roller the whole roller will come off. If you can see opposite the clips there is a sort of hinge section this hinges down and the whole roller and rubber comes free. I just turned the rubber inside out and refitted it no more paper feed errors. It is a little tricky to reach and you definitely need the screw drivers to slip in the edge as pushing on the little lever to release it wont slip it past the notch that holds it in place. Good luck.
I have just SOLVED my CLP 300 printer paper jams by replacing the rubber band on the paper pick up roller. My old rubbber had worn flat and had dried out. I was lucky as Samsung had sent me one for an engineer to fit. However, being an engineer myself, I replaced it with instant success!
You could fix yours without replacing the band because all it needs is to be turned around to a non worn area. To get to it safely, unplug your printer from the mains supply and the USB cable. Remove the paper tray.
Open the front door and remove the imaging unit complete with toners. Now turn your Printer upside down and look for the rotating bar with a centre wheel and rubber band. The rubber band looks like it only goes half way around the wheel. This band is Clipped onto the wheel. With careful prising, you can unclip the rubber band. It's a bit tricky and tight but I have done it no probs. Perhaps being a techy myself has helped? Anyway, rotate the band around so that a fresh bit of rubber will be acting on the paper and refit. This is also tight and tricky, but can be done without dismantling the printer to replace the who bar.
The actual part that is unserviceable is the rubber on the Samsung MEA unit pick up roller. The part number is JC97-02647A
Now refit all the other stuff and test your printer. I have also got rid of the dreaded clicking too! But that's another story.