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    ir1310 accordion jam at exit

    I'm unable to remove a piece of paper teared while taking out an accordion jam at the exit rollers.
    It seems that i must dissassemble the whole machine, to get beneath the delivery roller. any tips on how to proceed.
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    Re: ir1310 accordion jam at exit

    Quote Originally Posted by luodal View Post
    I'm unable to remove a piece of paper teared while taking out an accordion jam at the exit rollers.
    It seems that i must dissassemble the whole machine, to get beneath the delivery roller. any tips on how to proceed.
    thanks.
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    Re: ir1310 accordion jam at exit

    Thank you very much for your quick and complete answer. It is like I thought it will be..... Difficult and time consuming. I hope I can Complete the task successfully.


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    Re: ir1310 accordion jam at exit

    Quote Originally Posted by luodal View Post
    Thank you very much for your quick and complete answer. It is like I thought it will be..... Difficult and time consuming. I hope I can Complete the task successfully.
    All steps look good, except the first one, there is no reason to pull that steel plate off of the rear of the copier. Remove the covers on the left side as described, the doc glass, access the rear screw on the fuser down thru the hole hidden under the black cable guard in the optics, moving the bed til both holes line up. Remove screw from control panel as described, hold the op panel, still connected but out of the way to get the 2 front mounting screws on the fuser. Disconnect the electrical connectors, and wiggle the fuser out of its mounting place.

    I suggest you bring a new fixing film and pressure roller with you, as you do not want to go to this trouble to remove a jam, and have it recur from worn parts, the pressure roller coating wears out at the ends and causes the lead edge corners to stick down. When it gets bad enough, the paper sticks to toner deposits on the worn roller. Or pop for a new fixing unit altogether...

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