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jakani
04-20-2015, 07:51 PM
hi all
i went today to check an ineo+ 224e , and i noticed a weird sound ticking in up right door cover ,
have anybody ever faced this problem or have an idea about it !

allan
04-20-2015, 09:41 PM
i had the same on a B654, the machine was to busy to try and trouble shoot it worried me a bit it was coming from the right side door. The machine was running ok so i left it like that. On the next visit the sound was gone.

Hope you find it, maybe someone else knows where its coming from.

Make a recording of the noise.

wseyller
04-20-2015, 11:31 PM
Fuser.

blackcat4866
04-21-2015, 12:47 AM
Fuser.

I'll agree with wseyller. It's usually the fuser and usually it has no detrimental effect other than the ticky ticky noise.

If the fuser is in good shape, you can take the time to use a good quality high temp grease to lubricate the various mechanical parts, specifically the heat roller and pressure roller bearings where they contact the rollers. If the fuser is trashed ... just order the new fuser. =^..^=

wseyller
04-21-2015, 04:21 AM
I had a C454 (non E series) doing this exact same thing today. Replacing the fuser made it go away.

There is a knowledge base article titled:
TAUS1200940EN
Abnormal faint clicking noise
Article date: 2013-12-17

This references these models:
bizhub C454
bizhub C364
bizhub C284
bizhub C224



The fuser for these was modified to correct the issue in the future. The E series I believe use the same fuser but I would think they would have the newer fuser. But maybe this cause is related, maybe not.

CAUSE: The heat roller may become angled due to the position of the mounting plate. This position may place excessive pressure to one side causing the rear fuser bearing to fail.

SOLUTION: Please follow the adjustment procedure below to fix the mounting plate in the correct position.
CAUTION: Make sure to perform the following procedures after waiting for the temperature of the fusing unit to be cool enough to touch.
Be careful not to damage the harness or have it routed incorrectly.
1. Remove the fusing unit.
2. Remove two screws from each cover then remove the Left and Right covers.
3. Remove two shoulder screws and one screw from the Front cover then remove the cover.
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4. Loosen two screws on the left side as seen in the following illustration, locate the positioning plate in the center of the square hole and secure it with the screws.
5. Loosen the right side screw, locate the positioning plate in the center of the square hole and secure it with the screw.
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To reinstall the covers, reverse order of removal. Please follow all the precautions described below.
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Notes:
a. Fusing Unit cut-in Serial Number.



Product
For 120V
For 230V


C224/284/364
A161A722F0015898
A161A723F0050835


C454
A4FJA722F0003149
A4FJA723F0008622



b. The 120V AC Fuser Unit (p/n A161R71833 for bizhub C224/C284/C364 and p/n A4FJR70322 for bizhub C454).

jakani
04-21-2015, 01:19 PM
. =^..^=









thank you very much sir
and thank you for the demonstration images

http://i.imgur.com/vttTNvX.jpg

gerryproulx
07-20-2016, 12:20 AM
I have also found that the bushings on the exit unit that sits above the fuser on the side door get worn and cause ticking and squeeking I have a spare I rebuild now and swap in when needed

xalid
11-27-2016, 06:57 AM
Hi I have MP 4001 But that has a nois sound when turn on . so i check the motors in 5804 cod and the sound related to OPC motor . Please Help me ?

allan
11-27-2016, 08:58 AM
Hi I have MP 4001 But that has a nois sound when turn on . so i check the motors in 5804 cod and the sound related to OPC motor . Please Help me ?


Dude repost this under RICOH.
This is a BH thread.
You will have better luck there.

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