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    Service Manager 250+ Posts joelsa12's Avatar
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    Too many answers not enough info!

    There are many things that can cause the pressure roller not to engauge. Please send photo of the two round discs that are located in the back middle of machine. By looking at these I will be able to tell if the machine needs to be timed or if it is a part. Thanks.


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    Great!

    Here is the picture of the back:

    IMG_0202_1.jpg

    As a reminder, originally the drum stuck inside and I follow some guides here to take the drum out. Then I pull the rotary to "home" position. At that time, I unhook the pressure hook. Then the "problem" happen.

    Thank you very much.

    Chris


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    Out of time

    You need to loosen the drive belt.(done at the paper feed clutch) And the disc on the right while sitting at the back of the machine needs to have the small timing mark on the disk right under the sensor that reads it. The disc on the left should have the dot right in the middle of the sensor just like it is. Looks like something was impeading the drum while the main motor was still driving. Good luck.


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    Service Manager 250+ Posts joelsa12's Avatar
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    Did you fix it?

    I save you money and no feed back????? You need help and once you get it you are gone. A simple thanks is good enough. Next time I will not be so fast to diagnose your ills.


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    Oopps... I am not gone yet. I am still try my very best to follow what you said... I am just too focus on that and I would like to get some progress before I give you reply.

    Sure you have my heartily thanks. THANKS and I will post the result later as well.




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    Quote Originally Posted by c.chris View Post
    Great!

    Here is the picture of the back:

    IMG_0202_1.jpg

    As a reminder, originally the drum stuck inside and I follow some guides here to take the drum out. Then I pull the rotary to "home" position. At that time, I unhook the pressure hook. Then the "problem" happen.

    Thank you very much.

    Chris

    Looking at this picture, with the timing so far out, it looks like the drum clamp may have got caught in the disposal hooks. Maybe why your drum was difficult to take out. I think even if you do manage to get the timing in, there may be some under lying issues going on there. Basically, something caused to timing to go out and getting the timing back in won't be the end of your troubles I fear.


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    Thanks guys and I am still waiting for a services manual from my friend in order to work out what joelsa12 recommended. It looks like a simple problem but end up it is not as simple as I thought.

    I will post an update...


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    Service Manual???

    Find the feed clutch, pull off the spring that is conected to the casing around the clutch. loosen three screws on frame that tighten the drive belt with the clutch. do not let the gear on the main shaft turn. this is the disk on the left of the machine that should have the dot right in the middle of the sensor. You can lock it down if you would like, but it is easier to just loosen the belt around the main motor. (disc on the right is attached to this) and turn the main motor with out letting it turn the belt. I would imagine that you put in a different color and the drum had been sitting around for awhile. this caused the clamp to go in the disposal due to the fact that there was a lot of ink built up under the clamp. the whole process should take 5 mins. if that. i am happy that you are getting a manual. most people would not go that far. pm me if you would like to call me and i will tell you how to do it if you can not figure it out.


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    Great!

    You are great, joelsa12.

    I will first study what you said and make sure I understand what you described. Then I will do the "5 minutes task". Ha ha ha... I don't think it takes me 5 minutes. Sure I will update the result here.

    Thanks!

    Chris


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    It WORKS!!

    Hey, joelsa12, it works great and it is exactly like what you said. You are amazing correct and it really takes 5 minutes to get it fixed. Thank you so much and CableGuy as well.

    You are Amazing, Joelsa12.


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