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    Re: C-1105 on FS-534 in Filthy Environment

    Thank you. Apart from the directions listed above, what else needs to be removed to get the old ejector unit out? From what I can see in the parts manual, there are two screws holdkng it in, but the service manual doesn't show much on how to remove it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Synthohol View Post
    I'd replace the whole ejector unit, pita but saves a callback next week.

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    Re: C-1105 on FS-534 in Filthy Environment

    IMHO it's a 2 person job because if one person stretches the frame sides open you can fit it in much easier.
    Not sure if there is a video out there about it but it's a pain.
    The newer finishers for the 8 and 9 series are easier but the ones for the 4 series suck my spherical baby makers.
    Good luck and if you have a scrap finisher to try it on first just to see what's involved in the removal you will have more confidence attacking the real one.
    We know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two.

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    Re: C-1105 on FS-534 in Filthy Environment

    Quote Originally Posted by setfree40 View Post
    Having the same issue. I know this is an old post, but I've been having the same error code, same finisher, on a c368, and you guessed it, a dirty location, a 2nd floor office area inside a refinery plant. I'm glad to have found this post, however, this ejector piece came off one of the belts and after trying to put it back on, I've had to order the torsion coil spring for it. Should I just go ahead and replace the entire Ejector Unit (p/n: A3EPPPDE04)?
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    Depending on how old your finisher is, there have been no less than (8) updates to the ejector unit. Definitely replace the assembly. Also consider replacing the motors and snap-on timing wheels. Those have been changed too. =^..^=
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    5) You are the person onsite. Only you can make observations.

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    Re: C-1105 on FS-534 in Filthy Environment

    Quote Originally Posted by emujo2 View Post
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    I got you beat..this is a phosphate mine..This is a machine inside a building..People work here without and breathing protection..The acid in the air condenses to a powder, gets sucked into machine..You can write you freaking name in this..The acid also corrodes board contacts. And this is only 1 of 1/2 dozen machines subjected to this..When my tech sent me these I was like "are these outside the building". I don't rememebr the exact name of the chemical, but it's used in fire extinguishers, except on airplanes because it will eat aluminum frames..
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    Yes, that's why I had to replace in 3 workstations in my office the power units. My wife managed to set her room in the office on fire (PLEASE don't ask, but she is a smoker) I used the fire extinguisher and the green-greyish powder went all over the place. The fan of the power units sucked in that very corrosive stuff and within 10 days those 3 units went down.

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    Re: C-1105 on FS-534 in Filthy Environment

    Another technician came over and we managed to get it done within an hour. Thanks for your help everybody.
    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Depending on how old your finisher is, there have been no less than (8) updates to the ejector unit. Definitely replace the assembly. Also consider replacing the motors and snap-on timing wheels. Those have been changed too. =^..^=

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