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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    what Part Number for damper?

    is it part of this?

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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    what Part Number for damper?

    is it part of this?

    pc415 damp.JPG
    Pretty sure it's page 11, part #12 (A2XM623000). My parts manual calls it a "Dumper", but I'm quite certain someone misspelled that!
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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    Quote Originally Posted by MVPunisher View Post
    All of these better ideas than mine. But I have fixed this on the fly by wedging the perfect size tiny piece of paper.... folded up tight (real tight) in the groove. Just the right size to not obstruct cable but folded tight enough to not pop out. Didn't get a call back. Done it twice.
    done exactly that 4 times.
    i use my spring hook tool to wedge it in the groove.
    i gotta find some old bh600 rubber corona holders, that sounds like a good fix as well.

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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    Quote Originally Posted by Synthohol View Post
    done exactly that 4 times.
    i use my spring hook tool to wedge it in the groove.
    i gotta find some old bh600 rubber corona holders, that sounds like a good fix as well.
    It works quite well. Only need half of it, and it sits in there nice and snug so it won't pop out.
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    Lightbulb Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    This post have jinxed me and i found this one ... broken front holder lead to this. Awaiting for the wire..
    IMG_0845.jpg

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    Thumbs up Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    GREAT MINDS AT WORK.......Thumbs up....

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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    Quote Originally Posted by drowranger View Post
    This post have jinxed me and i found this one ... broken front holder lead to this. Awaiting for the wire..
    IMG_0845.jpg
    Looks terrible! Never had an issue like that thankfully. Maybe I should say, yet...
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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    Quote Originally Posted by Synthohol View Post
    done exactly that 4 times.
    i use my spring hook tool to wedge it in the groove.
    i gotta find some old bh600 rubber corona holders, that sounds like a good fix as well.
    The part can still be ordered from KM, I asked the other day

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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    Off topic: Kyocera sold a ledger/A3 sized external paper deck PF-660 for the KM-8030. Almost every customer I had with one of these eventually loaded two stacks of letter on the lift tray. Naturally the paper deck can only take paper off the left stack. Once it had used about 50mm of the left stack, the right stack was pressed very tightly up against the top of the deck, and the right cables would snap like over-tight guitar strings. =^..^=
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    Re: PC410/415 lift wires

    Quote Originally Posted by MVPunisher View Post
    All of these better ideas than mine. But I have fixed this on the fly by wedging the perfect size tiny piece of paper.... folded up tight (real tight) in the groove. Just the right size to not obstruct cable but folded tight enough to not pop out. Didn't get a call back. Done it twice.
    Works when you just put something in the gap.

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