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    BP-FN11

    I'm looking for the modification from TR CCE-3005R

    This is the ASM-ASSIST-CR

    0CWFM1P015020

    This thing costs 245 and is not in stock...

    Knowing this finisher is not from Sharp itself, is there another brand i can look at for this?

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    Re: BP-FN11

    I would think they would be in stock soon in the EU as there are 37 in US stock.

    The Canon inner finisher L1 looks like a close match but I no nothing about Canon or if the L1 is close to a FN27N or BP-FN11.

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Quote Originally Posted by boutn View Post
    I'm looking for the modification from TR CCE-3005R

    This is the ASM-ASSIST-CR

    0CWFM1P015020

    This thing costs 245 and is not in stock...

    Knowing this finisher is not from Sharp itself, is there another brand i can look at for this?
    Unless it's broken, they're easy to adjust... Takes way too long to get to it, but the adjustment itself is pretty easy. They even put out an assist unit adjustment manual for it.

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Where would someone find this manual on the Sharp Service website?

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Quote Originally Posted by mloudy View Post
    Where would someone find this manual on the Sharp Service website?
    I was trying to find a record of where I got it from, I assume from my Sharp rep, but not sure.

    Here is a link to the manual for the FN27, which works for the BPFN11/12:

    MX-FN27 Assist Unit Disassembly and Alignment.pdf - Google Drive

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Appreciate it!

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Thx for that, but that will only fix the problem for a while.

    We have FNM5 and F1-22, and CCE-3005R talks specifically about these erros/jams.

    It's about the tension of 2 belts that fails when there is too much paper, so adjusting wont resolve it.

    We need the revised parts and then do the adjustment on the new piece.

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Quote Originally Posted by mloudy View Post
    Where would someone find this manual on the Sharp Service website?
    Service and Parts manuals are both available on the Sharp Service website. They are listed as BP-FN11/FN12/PN14

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Pretty sure this manual isn't on the US Sharp service site. At least I can't find it. When I printed it it called for A4 paper which also makes me think this wasn't meant for US consumption.

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    Re: BP-FN11

    Quote Originally Posted by mloudy View Post
    Pretty sure this manual isn't on the US Sharp service site. At least I can't find it. When I printed it it called for A4 paper which also makes me think this wasn't meant for US consumption.
    Regardless, same concept as the US finisher, the only thing that isn't stated in it is to also take off the stapleless staple unit. It makes it much easier to get the blue cables through to get the processing tray unit out.

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