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Humming bird feeder gets air locks
Drill a 1/16" hole in bottom of feeder.
Posted on Jun 16, 2019
Keep them clean.
Posted on Jun 16, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Document feeder will not Operate
I am having the same problem with this scanner. Does the paper feed try tilt up? It does this to make the paper meed the rollers. Are the rollers moving when you try to scan? You could look where the edge of the paper meets the feeder, with a flash light or good lighting you could see if the rollers are moving. If not, and the belts for those rollers are on track. Remove the upper back cover. This only takes 2 screws. Once removed, you can tell the scanner to scan again, and see what part is not moving. The stepper motor engages, and spring moves, then another stepper motor engages and clutch should simultaneously move. More often than not, the clutch might have gone bad. I hope this info helps you trouble shoot your problem. With my scanner, I need to replace the clutch.
Posted on Jun 27, 2007
The doc feed asm needs to be rebuilt. Only white lithium grease is used to lube the gears and avery light oil on the shafts. All parts are available from brother. I can get the parts if you have trouble obtaining them. It is relatively easy to rebuild and I charge in my area of Clearwater Florida, about 100.00 parts and labor.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2007
pls clean the side glas of scnner with tissue paper ther is two type of glass is there one is a4 size and second is normal slim one so pls clean the slim one with wet tissue paper and see is ti clean .
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
SOURCE: Drill hole in China Plate
Normally you would use a masonry bit to drill into ceramics eg tiles or bricks. if the plate is glazed it is better to stick some masking tape or adhesive backed paper on the area to be drilled to stop the drill bit slipping around. also i would be inclined to use a hand turned drill or a small battery powered drill if you have one to avoid breakage of the plate.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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