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    Versalink B405 intermittent 10-105 faults

    Have an intermittent problem with fuser exit jam code 10-105 faults on the Xerox Versalink B405. Replaced the exit sensor checked LVPS for 5vdc checks ok. It'll be running along fine and kicking the copies out one after another then all of sudden it looks like its slowing down then it will jam one just into the fuser about 2 or 3 inches and one already exiting, but the one already exiting is going to slow cause the one behind in the fuser is just about 1/4" on top on the exiting one, which then goes into the jam condition. The registration of all the sheets are all spot on no problem, I see no shift ahead or behind of the image on the sheets, looks all good. Anyone run into something like this out there? If so what did you find to correct the problem?

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    Re: Versalink B405 intermittent 10-105 faults

    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Have an intermittent problem with fuser exit jam code 10-105 faults on the Xerox Versalink B405. Replaced the exit sensor checked LVPS for 5vdc checks ok. It'll be running along fine and kicking the copies out one after another then all of sudden it looks like its slowing down then it will jam one just into the fuser about 2 or 3 inches and one already exiting, but the one already exiting is going to slow cause the one behind in the fuser is just about 1/4" on top on the exiting one, which then goes into the jam condition. The registration of all the sheets are all spot on no problem, I see no shift ahead or behind of the image on the sheets, looks all good. Anyone run into something like this out there? If so what did you find to correct the problem?
    You'll probably need to change the fuser. You can check it by removing it and try to rotate it. The fuser roll must be rotate easy.
    Important: while checking it the green levers must be in working position (locked).

    Good luck!

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    Re: Versalink B405 intermittent 10-105 faults

    Already replaced the fuser and the exit assembly chute that holds the exit sensor. Checked the power supply for 5vdc, 12vdc, & 24vdc outputs are fine. Tried new drum unit, feed, pickup,& sep rollers. Have tried different paper and different paper weights. Next will try exit clutch, anyone have problems with the exit clutch?

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    Re: Versalink B405 intermittent 10-105 faults

    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Already replaced the fuser and the exit assembly chute that holds the exit sensor. Checked the power supply for 5vdc, 12vdc, & 24vdc outputs are fine. Tried new drum unit, feed, pickup,& sep rollers. Have tried different paper and different paper weights. Next will try exit clutch, anyone have problems with the exit clutch?
    I've had a problem with Registration Clutch and Feed Clutch on Xerox 3655 and 3615. Xerox B405 is with the same engine and maybe the problem is the same. Try to replace registration clutch PN:121K51870 and feed clutch PN: 121K51880.
    The procedure is very annoying .

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    Re: Versalink B405 intermittent 10-105 faults

    Quote Originally Posted by xeroxbg View Post
    I've had a problem with Registration Clutch and Feed Clutch on Xerox 3655 and 3615. Xerox B405 is with the same engine and maybe the problem is the same. Try to replace registration clutch PN:121K51870 and feed clutch PN: 121K51880.
    The procedure is very annoying .

    Thanks, but if it was a registration clutch problem I would think you'd see a image registration shifting problem, which I don't see.

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    Re: Versalink B405 intermittent 10-105 faults

    There is a Eureka about this problem, I had the same problem as you it was the Exit clutch assembly T21.

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