Before you start, turn off the printer and remove all cables
  • Before you start, turn off the printer and remove all cables

  • In order to work better, it is recommended to remove the paper from the rear and front paper feed.

Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the memory cover on the right side of the printer. Remove the memory cover. Remove the memory cover.
  • Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the memory cover on the right side of the printer.

  • Remove the memory cover.

Open the cover to change the toner Remove the two Phillips screws that connect the top cover to the chassis.
  • Open the cover to change the toner

  • Remove the two Phillips screws that connect the top cover to the chassis.

  • Since the cover is in the way, you can put the screwdriver only diagonally on the screws. Be careful not to damage them.

Remove the top cover from the printer. Lift the cover on the front to easily and easily remove it. Lift the cover on the front to easily and easily remove it.
  • Remove the top cover from the printer.

  • Lift the cover on the front to easily and easily remove it.

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To remove the side cover, the front paper feed must be opened. The cover is held in position by several clips. Removing the side cover is the hardest part of the guide. Using a spudger or a flat-head screwdriver you can easily loosen the clips (see picture 2). There are several clips around the cover. Only when all are solved, the side cover can be removed.
  • To remove the side cover, the front paper feed must be opened.

  • The cover is held in position by several clips. Removing the side cover is the hardest part of the guide.

  • Using a spudger or a flat-head screwdriver you can easily loosen the clips (see picture 2). There are several clips around the cover. Only when all are solved, the side cover can be removed.

  • Once all the clips have been released, you can fold the cover out of the front of the paper feeder (see picture 3).

  • Make sure you do not damage any clips when removing the cover!

Remove all cables from the board. The green marked cables are very tight and difficult to loosen. Take your time and do not exercise too much violence.
  • Remove all cables from the board.

  • The green marked cables are very tight and difficult to loosen. Take your time and do not exercise too much violence.

  • Do not pull too hard on the cables as they may be damaged. Attempt to loosen the plugs with a spudger or flat-head screwdriver.

Remove the three Phillips screws securing the board.
  • Remove the three Phillips screws securing the board.

  • Remove the board from the printer

Remove the Phillips screw that secures the gear cover. Be sure to remove the cables from the bracket! (Picture 2, green marked area)
  • Remove the Phillips screw that secures the gear cover.

  • Be sure to remove the cables from the bracket! (Picture 2, green marked area)

  • Remove the gear cover.

Use tweezers or small pliers to remove the small spring that connects the feed breaker to the relay. In the picture you can already see the repaired component. Normally, black sponge rubber is applied to the green marked area.
  • Use tweezers or small pliers to remove the small spring that connects the feed breaker to the relay.

  • In the picture you can already see the repaired component. Normally, black sponge rubber is applied to the green marked area.

  • Remove the entry breaker.

n the green marked area is usually black foam rubber.
  • n the green marked area is usually black foam rubber.

  • Use a slotted screwdriver, a spudger or something similar to remove the sponge rubber.

  • Then clean the place to remove the glue residue. For cleaning, e.g. Brake cleaner or silicone spray can be used.

  • After the spot has been cleaned, new sponge rubber or something similar can be applied (e.g., felt or shrink tubing as shown in the picture).

  • The problem arises from the fact that the factory-applied foam rubber becomes sticky after some time and thus the intake breaker interrupts the gear too late. Thus, the paper is drawn in too far and the printer begins to print only in the lower third of the page.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.

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