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    pro 8100 jamming

    looking for some advise we seem to be having loads of problems now with these machine loads of jamming in the reg area jam 32 we have cleaned all the sensors but the fault keeps coming back we have turned off all d feed etc as per the bultins im just looking for some advise as to what to clean or replace to improve these machine as they seem poor against the old 907 etc
    we are also having lots of call about the sr5060 jamming also and sc720-35 any tips welcome thanks in advance

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    You tried to edit the paper parameters ? service maual troubleshooting j032

    (SP 2-813-001 - 100: Coef corr front edge : the second Custom Paper 001 - 100
    (SP 2-814-001 - 100: Switch corr front edge : according to custom paper 001 - 100

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    in my experience the Pro8100 is a very stable jam-free machine; is it jamming on normal paper white 80gr?

    SC720-35 can be caused by the stacking plates in the staple tray, the stacking plate system should be moving very smoothly, when not it's not making it back to home-pos on time causing 720-35.

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    i sorted out the sc720 by adj the belt tenson on the staple unit but still problems with jam 32

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    jam 32 is the sensor between the transfer belts

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    jam 32 fixed by removing the transport bed and belts and cleaning the bushes on the shafts the belts must be running slow

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    A flipped blade in the PTR can also cause this jam. Drags the unit speed down.

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    Quote Originally Posted by slot View Post
    i sorted out the sc720 by adj the belt tenson on the staple unit but still problems with jam 32
    What belt did you adjust tension on? And did you tighten or loosen tension? Thanks!

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    Ive had paper curl giving 032 jams. (i forget if it was duplexed) its a reflective sensor and couldnt see the lead edge.

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    Re: pro 8100 jamming

    Had 032 jam today after cleaning under belts. the problem seem to be a "Section 2" black box on lead edge bottom of copy that was perfectly over the sensor between the belts.
    Had the customer print section 2 originals lighter as a work around. Ran fine.

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