where did all the IGens go?

Discussion in 'Xerox iGen3 & iGen4 Digital Presses' started by peels, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. peels

    peels tree killer :)

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    no problems for almost a month!
    I know you all cant be having it THAT easy!

    Im certainly not. HAHAHAHAH

    have a good summer!
     
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  2. kreuzi

    kreuzi Member

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    its summer.. everthing is fine :):D.....no proplem's here in swiss
     
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  3. bipe

    bipe Member

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    no problems here............ until today.
    09-4054 , HVPS missing DC.....
    Almost 2 months without problems, that is a new record here
    Tech ordered a new HVPS, arriving tomorrow, so I will check out of the office, go home and try to enjoy this
    danish wet summer :rolleyes: rain rain rain
     
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  4. Theo Spraggins

    Theo Spraggins New Member

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    Ive been having major skewing issue for the last 3 weeks on a IGEN 4. Called the tech out last week and thought we fixed it as of friday by replacing the entire registration assembly along with 3 Nip Assemblies. Problem came back today in the middle of running a job. Back to square one.
     
  5. peels

    peels tree killer :)

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    Funny I am STILL having registration faults. when I Told the tech exactly which motor to replace, months ago. they didnt. still jams every 500-1000 sheets or so. :/
     
  6. CargoPantsMan

    CargoPantsMan Senior Member

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    I got moved into data processing at my facility. Now I'm just kind of the on-site 1st-level tech here. :p
    Gotta bookmark this site on my other workstation so I can keep up with ya'll.
     
  7. peels

    peels tree killer :)

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    I do both those things! LOL good luck!

    knowledge for both ends is quite useful most days. then some others, its a curse :)
     
  8. Theo Spraggins

    Theo Spraggins New Member

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    Swapped out the #5 nip release and the skewing has gone away. It was stalling during prints.
     
  9. CargoPantsMan

    CargoPantsMan Senior Member

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    I'm getting a whole new set of steering rollers today! Apparently they get to very nearly take the whole thing apart just to get to 'em!
     

  10. Neess

    Neess Senior Member

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    Im really amazed with the iGen behaviour, they can run for a month without any breakdowns which causes the machine to be down until a new spare part has arrived. We invested in some equipment from Ricoh and honestly i think we have a breakdown every second day.
     
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