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    MX-FN27 inner finisher problems

    Hello, I am working on a 3050N with fn-27 inner finisher and PN-14 hole punch. Customer is hole punching and stapling. The problem is on about 3 sets out of 10 the first page out does not coma back all the way6 and gets missed when stapling. It is off by about a quarter inch. It is always the first sheet out that does not get stapled. The machine is pretty new,I have tried cleaning the band rollers and rubber flappers ect but no difference. Hope someone else has suggestions or has seen this problem. Thanks for any help


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    Re: MX-FN27 inner finisher problems

    I would clean again or replace the rubber flappers and also check the discharge tray and make sure it does not have any residue on it.


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    Re: MX-FN27 inner finisher problems

    Different finisher, but same series of copiers. Check for static.


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    Re: MX-FN27 inner finisher problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansen88 View Post
    Hello, I am working on a 3050N with fn-27 inner finisher and PN-14 hole punch. Customer is hole punching and stapling. The problem is on about 3 sets out of 10 the first page out does not coma back all the way6 and gets missed when stapling. It is off by about a quarter inch. It is always the first sheet out that does not get stapled. The machine is pretty new,I have tried cleaning the band rollers and rubber flappers ect but no difference. Hope someone else has suggestions or has seen this problem. Thanks for any help
    Agree with Trusted Tech. If the Unit is fairly new I have had issues with the feeds. I have used a Rubber rejuvenator spray depending how deep a cleaning they may need. Some times it's the paper too. Paper is cheaply made today and is full of moisture.


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