Stacking letter size-no bueno

Discussion in 'Xerox iGen3, iGen4, & iGen5 Digital Presses' started by peels, Mar 26, 2018.

  1. peels

    peels tree killer :)

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    Goin nuts here. Stacker cant decide if it wants to be useful or not :)

    Im printing and stacking a very large run of letter size, COPIER paper 20lb. straight outta reams... offset every 16 pgs.

    give or take a few, after about 100 sheets, the trailing edge will start to "float" eventually, the next sheet will ram into it, roll up, and jam. Printing short edge feed, makes it a lil better, but its still stinks. Doesn't feel like static to me...but could be?

    Iv'e had trouble like it before, but not to this extent.

    Curious, maybe I fudged a NVM whilst messing with the labels? I set back everything I "remember" changing. remember in quotes, because I'm in my 40's LOL

    ideas?
     
  2. CargoPantsMan

    CargoPantsMan Senior Member

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    Been awhile since I've been on, probably a bit late for ya, but has your active static bar going into the stacker been cleaned recently?

    Had the same issue with levitating stock and getting that thing cleaned made everything land nice and smooth again.
     
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