Xerox 1000 Problems

Discussion in 'Xerox Digital Presses' started by Seenivasagam, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. Seenivasagam

    Seenivasagam Member

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    hi friends

    if anyone needs to solve the problem xerox 1000 please contact me.
     
  2. flangmasterj

    flangmasterj Member

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    Yeah if you have a solution to this problem you'll be the king of all printing forums.

    Is there any way to get pre-printed offset stock running through the 1000 without constant offset dust build up on the tray feed wheels?

    We mainly print variable data, salutations, addresses etc. on pre-printed stock. Right now the only machine capable of printing this black and white job is our Nuvera. The iGen 150's can't stack this 90gsm legal length stock properly so I'm down to one Nuvera. The 1000 prints on the stock fine but since it is friction fed the wheels get caked in powder then misfeed's after 50 sheets or so.

    If you have a solution to this I'd love to hear it.

    Thanks.
     
  3. SPRINTING

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    Little late on this one

    We have had this problem in the past. I don't know where if you guys are printing the pieces in house on offset before they go to the digital press like we do or getting them from another printer...

    Either way, I have our pressman feed the sheets through their press again when they are done with the spray powder off and they run fine. The sheets need to be dusted. It may be a pain to run them through the offset press again but it's the only thing that has worked for me on our Xerox 1000.
     
  4. DIRK1966

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    Hello,
    We have a problem with fault Code 77-119. It began when printing thin stock, having Paper Jams every 50-100 sheets. Stock with 250-300g/sqm ran without Problems. Since Yesterday thin stock jams constantly every 5-7 sheets and thicker Stock also jams.
    I discovered, that it is a Problem at the Decurler Exit Sensor, where the sheets are too late.
    We replaced the Cooling Belts, the penetration-Roller at the Decurler, cleaned the complete Paper-Path, tried nearly every Stock in the Company. Nothing helped. Are there any other Ideas to get rid of the Problem?

    Thanks in advice
    Dirk
     
  5. SPRINTING

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    In my notes for this error code I have "Clean sensor ahead and after fuser" There are two sensors on the fuser. The one leading into the sensor is easy to see. The one leading out is underneath that clear cover. Try giving those a cleaning. If that doesn't work I would take a look at the fuser itself and make sure it's not dirty.
     
  6. DIRK1966

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    I cleaned all sensors in the area from Fuser to finisher, but nothing changed. i called a service technician which will arrive tomorrow. I hope he can find something.
     
  7. DIRK1966

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    Hello Again,
    After Cleaning Paper-Path and Sensors, I hoped to get it working, when I do the complete Fuser-Service (New Pressure Roll, New Fuser Belt, cleaning the complete Fuser) and new Cooling-Belts (with cleaning the complete Station) but it did not work, and the Technician did not show up... Why are we paying for a Service-Contract, when we have to wait for 3 Days, before a Technician calls and tells us, when he will come... :-(
     
  8. DIRK1966

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    Now we got the solution: It was the "Gearbox (?)" of the Cooling-unit. it sometimes stoppped for a piece of a second. After replacing it, all prints normal. additioinaly we replaces the Nylon-Belts after the Fuser, the were worn down, but not the reason.
     
  9. dino3m

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    Hi
    Try this. Tell stock manager that the stock is gloss. This will run the fans in the HCF and may help "blowing" any dust off the sheets before they get fed.

    Happy Printing
     
  10. Ian Verba

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    Dirk, I'm currently running into the exact same problem you had. Curious - do you have a part # for the cooling unit gearbox? I'd like to try and order one asap to try and solve my issue. I appreciate any help you can offer!
     
  11. golfass

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    Good Day,
    I'm having a recurring issue with inboard to outboard banding. I have been running a Xerox long enough to know that there is always going to be a degree of banding. But recently I have been also having a jam issue at fuser entrance where the sheet (13x19) will jam while partially in fuser. Took the fuser apart and cleaned, replaced what needed to be replaced, multiple times. Then more recently the heavy bands began to show up and it is incidentally in the same area give or take 1/2" as where the sheet will jam in the fuser. May be a coincidence. I cleaned the ross windows and the mob sensor and that fixes the heavy bands for the most part. My questions are, does the mob sensor go bad firstly, and then are my jam problems not long after paper enters fuser and the heavy bands related?

    Any help would be appreciated,
    Paul (golfass)
     
  12. Ian Verba

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    Paul,

    Are you having issues with your fuser belt being damaged when you're getting jams in the fuser? I'm curious because we've recently gone through two belts within a few weeks and are still getting jams in the fuser. We've taken the fuser apart and cleaned everything as well as you can. I have a new belt on the way but i'm nervous to put it on without correcting our jamming issues. I've attached a picture of the damage we've been getting on our belts.. the damage goes completely around the belt and is consistent, but only on the near side (the side closest to you if you unlock and slide the fuser out). Best of luck to you.

    - Ian
     

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  13. golfass

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    Yeah my first belt that I replaced nearly looked identical to that. When I pulled it the fuser was pretty dirty on the rollers inside which if it wasn't a faulty belt, then the friction from the inside rollers is what caused the the belt to degrade. I ordered a great cleaner from Xerox part #043E00150 and its called Photoreceptor Solvent. I haven't had another belt degrade to the extent that shows in your picture since I began cleaning the fuser more often. Thanks for the help!

    Paul
     
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