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    Toshiba estudio 455 motor

    Any idea what the motor in the photo is supposed to go in?


    Looks like a main motor from estudio 255 and others...was told it was from a estudio 355 though.
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    Re: Toshiba estudio 455 motor

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyW View Post
    Any idea what the motor in the photo is supposed to go in?


    Looks like a main motor from estudio 255 and others...was told it was from a estudio 355 though.
    ... several years ago Toshiba Tec Japan halted all support on this model series. Do yourself a favor and ditch this model and upgrade the copier to something more recent.

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    Toshiba estudio 455 motor

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    Re: Toshiba estudio 455 motor

    From what I recall, the main drive motor on a eS455 looks like this. As they got older and the developing unit got more difficult to drive, I've seem the helical pinion gear strip, making a LOUD clicking noise. =^..^=
    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    Re: Toshiba estudio 455 motor

    as it turns out our account had a eStudio 355 in their basement from an office that was closed.

    They brought that to their office on their own. Machine had a couple of problems so we just took the main motor out of it.

    We had ordered a used motor off the internet...was trying to return it. The motor we were sent is different.


    In the photo with the 2 motors, the 1 on the left was what we took out originally. The other photo was from the eStudio 355 before we took it out.


    Working on selling them a replacement Ricoh copier.
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    Re: Toshiba estudio 455 motor

    Lower speed models have different motor than 355/455. However it looks like 356/456 motor is the same if you have any.
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