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    Kyocera 2 and 3 Series Separation rollers.

    Iím curious if anyone else has seen or has the part number for the updated Separation roller in these copiers. The original roller is part #303LL07190, but Iíve seen an updated Sep roller that has a lot more grit than that original yellow roller. Does anyone know the part number for that gritty sep roller? Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Kyocera 2 and 3 Series Separation rollers.

    303LL07191 new gray roller

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    Re: Kyocera 2 and 3 Series Separation rollers.

    If you don't have that, I use Konica Minolta rollers A00J 5636 00. They'll consistently last 300K, and are not difficult to press off/on to the old hubs. =^..^=
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    Re: Kyocera 2 and 3 Series Separation rollers.

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    If you don't have that, I use Konica Minolta rollers A00J 5636 00. They'll consistently last 300K, and are not difficult to press off/on to the old hubs. =^..^=
    True for feed rollers but these gents are discussing the ADF sep roller.

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    Re: Kyocera 2 and 3 Series Separation rollers.

    Quote Originally Posted by JR2ALTA View Post
    True for feed rollers but these gents are discussing the ADF sep roller.
    Oops! Thanks for the correction. =^..^=
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    Re: Kyocera 2 and 3 Series Separation rollers.

    Did they really change the roller surface or just the color? The yellow ones seen to work well but they looked crappy after a bit of use. If the gray ones are really a change, then I may do well to get a few for some of my higher volume ADFs.

    Now there may be a subject, high volumes on ADFs that are attached to mid to low volume machines.

    As for what blackcat alluded to, I often wondered about that (putting a Konica Minolta roller; P/N A00J 5636 00; on the shaft of a Kyocera separation feed roller). However, I never worked at a place where Konica Minolta and Kyocera were sold at the same time so I couldn't try it.

    Thanks blackcat!

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    Re: Kyocera 2 and 3 Series Separation rollers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    As for what blackcat alluded to, I often wondered about that (putting a Konica Minolta roller; P/N A00J 5636 00; on the shaft of a Kyocera separation feed roller). However, I never worked at a place where Konica Minolta and Kyocera were sold at the same time so I couldn't try it.

    Thanks blackcat!
    The Kyocera black rollers can last less than 100K depending on the model. But most of the Kyocera rollers are exactly the same size as those KM rollers. And the ribbed pickup roller works nicely also. I made up a roller press ... where's the thread ... here:

    Zeus Feed Rollers
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