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By grandhighdruid ·
I have a HP LJ IID that has a second tray. The client is having problems with the second tray feeding, so I replaced the pickup roller and separation pad on the second tray. Now it won't feed at all. The gears are turning, but the shaft on which the roller rides doesn't. HEEEEELLLLPPPP!!!!

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by ghimpe-- In reply to Ancient printer question

Maybe you instaled the parts wrong

Check for loose screws or other oarts, bent pieces or anything that looks out of the ordinary.

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by keith In reply to Ancient printer question

On the laser, you did incorrectly install the parts, Look in the service manual and see how to correctly install the parts.

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by keith In reply to Ancient printer question

On the laser, you did incorrectly install the parts, Look in the service manual and see how to correctly install the parts. http://fileshare.eshop.bg/index.php?what=search2

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by mjd420nova In reply to Ancient printer question

double check the pickup shaft, it may be spring loaded on the drive end. actually acts as a slip clutch so as to pick up one sheet, not slide or slip in the paper. if I remember right
the repair involves splitting the top half from the bottom half.. woow maybe cheaper to replace
not too mant techs know how to work on that model
and fewer would take on that job. been there
done that

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by grandhighdruid In reply to Ancient printer question

Thnaks for everyone answering my question. I have a service manual, so I KNOW I installed the parts correctly. I did find, however, that the part of the roller frame which houses the solenoid of the bottom pickup roller was just a LITTLE TOO CLOSE to the spring, so it was preventing the shaft from rotating. Thanks again for all your help!!

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