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    Sharp mxm 266n

    Paper curling coming out of exit, seems to happen a lot with this model,any input ? Fuser temp adjustment maybe? Fuser looks good.any input thanks Dave

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    Here in the middle of the country we have had a lot of issues with high moisture content. open a new ream of paper and see if it still curls.

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    I see there is a service bullitin about putting a mylar on the side of the exit foam rollers. It does not say what exactly it is supposed to fix.

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    [QUOTE=driving lots of miles;1091535]Here in the middle of the country we have had a lot of issues with high moisture content. open a new ream of paper and see if it still curls.[/QUOT Opened fresh ream when I got there today and itís now fine.But layed the old paper down on table looked pretty good.This model seams to be an extra fussy model.....head scratcher.wonder if there are any tech bulletins for this model?

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansen88 View Post
    I see there is a service bullitin about putting a mylar on the side of the exit foam rollers. It does not say what exactly it is supposed to fix.
    Hey thanks just posted on this while you were posting.do you have part #s for Mylar and possible copy of bulletin? Thanks Dave

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    Here is the bulliten
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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansen88 View Post
    Here is the bulliten
    Many thanks! Going to give it a try,I could see summer being a tough road with this issue.......

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    We have two of these machines that we just got in (low meters of approx. 10K) that are both doing this. The original delivery sponges are crap. The foam degrades & softens and they fail to deflect and decurl the paper exiting the delivery unit. I found that the delivery sponges used in the Orion series (MX-M364N to MX-M565N) are far superior. The inner ones are of a very dense foam rubber that holds up well. Luckily, I save everything and have a few sets from machines that got inner finishers where you have to remove them before you install the guide that delivers the paper to the finisher. Installed these in the MX-M266N's and Voila' the problem is solved. The stiffer foam sponges are installed in the inner positions.

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    Quote Originally Posted by yurisan View Post
    We have two of these machines that we just got in (low meters of approx. 10K) that are both doing this. The original delivery sponges are crap. The foam degrades & softens and they fail to deflect and decurl the paper exiting the delivery unit. I found that the delivery sponges used in the Orion series (MX-M364N to MX-M565N) are far superior. The inner ones are of a very dense foam rubber that holds up well. Luckily, I save everything and have a few sets from machines that got inner finishers where you have to remove them before you install the guide that delivers the paper to the finisher. Installed these in the MX-M266N's and Voila' the problem is solved. The stiffer foam sponges are installed in the inner positions.
    great info as sharp dosnt even carry the mod rollers ...... been putting finishers in machines to fix issue.do you have part numbers for the foam rollers that work? I donít have any of those higher end sharps out in field. Thanks Dave

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    Re: Sharp mxm 266n

    The inner, stiffer foam rubber sponges are PSPO-0013FCZZ and the outer, softer foam sponges are PSPO-0005FCZZ. They are also much cheaper than these delivery sponges mentioned in the bulletin. When disassembling the delivery unit on the MX-M266N, be careful to not knock the sensors out of their position in the plastic frame - easy to do. As a rule, I do a minimal re-assembly for test purposes. If satisfied, I then complete the re-assembly, including putting back any plastic panels that I have removed. It's one of those "Murphy's Law" things.

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