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    Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    This Kyocera 8001 has jam codes 4913 4915 4918 bridge conveying sensor 1 not turning off.

    Paper stops just entering the fuser, rolled up at finisher entrance, at primary feed and in conveying unit. Nothing in bridge area.

    Replaced drawer of bridge section and the drive unit behind the drawer which has BRCS1 and BRCS2 sensors.

    Problem is very intermittent, can happen single or two sided. Machine has 1.5 million copies.

    The firmware is up to date, fuser recently replaced. Has anyone had 49xx codes on the 6500/6501/8000/8001 type machines?


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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Oh yeah, I've been down that road. Take a look at the exit sensor flag. At 1.5M you'll have a very noticeable flat spot on the top surface of the flag.

    I went down that same road. I replaced the bridge sensors, flags, rollers, bushings, one-way bearings ... and none of it made any difference. Do I have a photo?:

    J4913-4.JPGJ4913-3.JPGJ4913-2.JPGJ4913-1.JPG

    =^..^=

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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Hi

    While your taking care of the bridge unit issues, check the de curler flag and sensor...The sensor tends to get knocked out of place and a new style flag was released. The flag shaft is slightly shorter to allow a e/c clip to be used to hold it in place. Not sure of ser # cutoff.

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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Oh yeah, I've been down that road. Take a look at the exit sensor flag. At 1.5M you'll have a very noticeable flat spot on the top surface of the flag.

    I went down that same road. I replaced the bridge sensors, flags, rollers, bushings, one-way bearings ... and none of it made any difference. Do I have a photo?:

    J4913-4.JPGJ4913-3.JPGJ4913-2.JPGJ4913-1.JPG

    =^..^=

    Thank you so much for the prompt reply.

    This looks like middle guide from the exit unit just after the fixing area 302K994662. We will replace.

    I wanted to make sure it wasn't the relay exit unit at left end of the machine.


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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Quote Originally Posted by nathicana View Post
    Thank you so much for the prompt reply.

    This looks like middle guide from the exit unit just after the fixing area 302K994662. We will replace.

    I wanted to make sure it wasn't the relay exit unit at left end of the machine.
    That will do the trick.
    Usually I just order the flag (302K928121) and return spring (302K928190).

    The photo is of a short term MacGuyver that got the machine running until the part came in. =^..^=

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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    That will do the trick.
    Usually I just order the flag (302K928121) and return spring (302K928190).

    The photo is of a short term MacGuyver that got the machine running until the part came in. =^..^=
    The one with the paper clip was sheer brilliance !

    Hope that helps !
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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Quote Originally Posted by tmaged View Post
    The one with the paper clip was sheer brilliance !
    Thanks. AFAIK that one is still in the field passing paper:

    KM-8001i J4913.JPG

    If you work on Lexmark you'll understand my inspiration. =^..^=

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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Thanks. AFAIK that one is still in the field passing paper:

    KM-8001i J4913.JPG

    If you work on Lexmark you'll understand my inspiration. =^..^=
    Quality BC.

    I am using mylars on both sides. They seem to do trick plus its self adhesive so it is sometimes quicker, like in the drum area of finisher.

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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    20170525_112936.jpgThanks for the help in getting this machine running!

    Last edited by nathicana; 05-31-2017 at 05:50 PM.

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    Re: Kyocera 8001 jam 4913 4915 4918

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Thanks. AFAIK that one is still in the field passing paper:

    KM-8001i J4913.JPG

    If you work on Lexmark you'll understand my inspiration. =^..^=
    Hi Blackcat

    The universal multi-use paperclip is a fantastic idea ...I used it yesterday, and to secure it to the flag I used instant light activated super glue 5 Second Fix As Seen On TV UV Gluel Light Repair Tool Liquid Plastic Weld Pen | eBay . This seems to work well and the advantage is you can hold something in place and instantly bond it.


    Thanks


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