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Malfunction; The Shaft Support Of The Secondary Transfer Outer Belt Unit Is Not Moved Due To That The Shaft Support Is Tilted When The Releasing Claw Is Pushed In - Canon imagePRESS C10000VPSeries Troubleshooting Manual

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Malfunction

The shaft support of the secondary transfer outer belt unit is not
moved due to that the shaft support is tilted when the releasing
claw is pushed in
[Symptom]
In releasing the tension of the belt by pushing the shaft support of the secondary transfer outer roller holder (front), the shaft
support may not be moved.
[Cause]
If the area of contact between the releasing claw of the shaft support and a finger is scanty to push the shaft support with the
finger, the shaft support may be tilted and result in the above mentioned symptom.
[Service work]
To push the releasing claw [a] of the secondary transfer outer roller holder (front) shaft support, be sure to put a finger against
the whole face of the releasing claw [a].
The figure A shows a state where the finger is put against the whole face of the releasing claw.
The figure B shows a state where the finger is put against only a part of the face of the releasing claw.
The arrows in the figures indicate the direction to push the releasing claw.
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