Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Tags for this Thread accordion , canon , cons , copiers , copy , device , door , forum , info , isc , lead edge , open , opening , paper , problem , ricoh , rollers , side , stuck , trays , wrong. I don’t fancy taking the door off just to get a better look in there becuase I’m guessing I’m not going to need to remove it to fix the offending item! Results 1 to 7 of 7. Not sure if its a photo reflector type or photo interrupter. Look at the lead edge of the jammed paper for any nick would indicate the location of the obstruction and check all rollers for operation. I doubt it’s paper size or orientation if you’re getting accordion jams, either of those would give a standard jam either stop in place or feed out one and jam.
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It’s a mechanical obstruction, whether its a roller not turning on clutch or out of place.
If the reg roller is not turning on then it may be the sensor at the reg roller not detecting the isc10332 lead edge. The copier loads fine, but when we try and run a copy the paper gets fed out of the trays fine runs up through the side door and then concertinas before it gets any further The time now is If it’s a interrupter type then maybe the actuator arm is off.
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Thanks teebee, the paper doesn’t have any nics or rough edges, it just accordians up so I’m guessing the roller isn’t turning, I’m going to pull out the item labelled “2” which looks like it could be a drum but should give me a clear view.
The paper literally falls down as soon as you open the side door. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Maybe a broken knfotec hanging in the paper path or a rough edge on a paper guide.
Results 1 to 7 of 7. New development, after taking a proper look at what’s going on, I spotted the toner stuck to the top roller on the side door, it looks like it isn’t getting taken in by the fuser I’m fairly sure they are all on A4 with A4 paper in there, but I will double check Tags for this Thread accordioncanonconscopierscopydevicedoorforuminfoisclead edge infitec, openopeningpaperproblemricohrollerssidestucktrayswrong.
I’ll report back with any findings, possibly some pictures. Any clues would be greatly appreciated? Look at the lead edge of the jammed paper for any nick would indicate the location of the obstruction and check all rollers for operation.
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Would that affect the paper coming out of the tray, or would it jam up in the place I’m talking about? I’m going to call this a dead horse and return it to the sale room, don’t think we can justify its repair.
I can’t see any rollers or even an opening where the paper should be headed, partially because the door doesn’t open nearly far enough to do anything constructive in there!
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Not sure if its a photo reflector type or photo interrupter. I’ve got a little experience with the Canon copiers we have here on usc1032, but this simple problem has me totally vexed.
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Details vBulletin Mods by vBSocial. I doubt it’s paper size or orientation if you’re getting accordion jams, either of those would give a standard jam either stop in place or feed out one and jam. Possibly paper size dial is set wrong setting in paper tray I don’t fancy taking the door off just to get a better look in there becuase I’m guessing I’m not going to need to remove it to fix the offending item!