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    03 Internal finisher sr-3130

    Help please!

    I have several of these sr3130 internal finishers and all are getting the same code! SC 724-70

    Several came in from shipping but one was working just fine, then i took it off the machine to clean it, put it back on and now im getting this code again!

    I know it has to be something that i'm doing, some little thing i'm missing..it shows a jam first, then after it detects a second jam it throws this code according to the manual.


    724-70

    B Shift Tray Ascent/Descent Motor Error (Internal finisher)

    § During ascent from paper surface sensor ON, even after
    T11 msec elapses, the paper surface sensor does not
    switch OFF (1st time is jam notification, 2nd time is SC
    notification).
    § During descent from paper surface sensor OFF, the paper
    surface sensor does not switch ON even after T12 msec
    elapses (1st time is jam notification, 2nd time is SC
    notification).
    § During descent to the packing position, the full sensor does
    not switch ON even if T13 msec elapses.


    What do i need to do??


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    Re: 03 Internal finisher sr-3130

    Hi there!
    Take a look at RTB RD690002 for the sr-3130, maybe thatīs a solution for your prob.
    Greetings...


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    Re: 03 Internal finisher sr-3130

    i had one come back from lease where it must have been in a dirty warehouse.
    It would jam/stop lead edge 3 inches above fuser unit.
    And then it would code out "i think" sc 724-70.
    I ENDED up taking it out 1st and machine ran ok so pulled all covers off the mini sorter,blew out all sensors and then
    wiped out all areas wth a windex paper towel and then lightly sprayed windex on all sensors as i hit them wth air..
    It worked for me..


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    Re: 03 Internal finisher sr-3130

    I just found posts

    mpc3003 with sc 724-70


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    Re: 03 Internal finisher sr-3130

    Quote Originally Posted by ABS tect View Post
    Help please!

    I have several of these sr3130 internal finishers and all are getting the same code! SC 724-70

    Several came in from shipping but one was working just fine, then i took it off the machine to clean it, put it back on and now im getting this code again!

    I know it has to be something that i'm doing, some little thing i'm missing..it shows a jam first, then after it detects a second jam it throws this code according to the manual.


    724-70

    B Shift Tray Ascent/Descent Motor Error (Internal finisher)

    § During ascent from paper surface sensor ON, even after
    T11 msec elapses, the paper surface sensor does not
    switch OFF (1st time is jam notification, 2nd time is SC
    notification).
    § During descent from paper surface sensor OFF, the paper
    surface sensor does not switch ON even after T12 msec
    elapses (1st time is jam notification, 2nd time is SC
    notification).
    § During descent to the packing position, the full sensor does
    not switch ON even if T13 msec elapses.


    What do i need to do??
    Hi.

    Had something similar recently. Seems that someone managed to get the 2x black arched paper stoppers (that normally sit on top of the paper table) underneath it, so that the paper table could not move at all. I discovered this when i tried to move the table by hand, and also once i opened the mech that lifts/lowers the table and manually dropped the actuator and the table still did not want to move.

    Once the stoppers were in the right place all was well again.

    Press the GREEN button!!

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