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02-07-2022 07:30 AM
First of all, thank you.
OK, that’s done.
The paperfeed assembly is secured with two screws which I have removed. The back left-hand corner of the printer (where the two motors are) is secured to the bottom of the printer case with a metal tab.
I don’t seem to be able to wiggle the paper feed assembly free from the printer case.
02-07-2022 07:57 AM
It does sound a little like a machine gun.
I don’t think that part has broken off:
hopefully you can make this out in the photo.
However, if I press down on the white piece of plastic located between the two gears, and just to the left of the piece you suggested; I can re-create the sound.
02-07-2022 05:55 PM
I’ve tried to compressed air.
However, I really don’t think this is going to solve the problem. I also have an awful lot of screws springs, and electrical connections That I have detached. I really don’t want to put the printer back together to find out that it doesn’t work. (It actually works but I feel it’s only a matter of time before that machine gun sound causes something to break).
so I Would like to continue by removing the paper feed assembly. Once removed I can turn in any which way to see what’s going on.
Any chance you have any ideas on how to remove the paper feed assembly?
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