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You didn't strip enough wax with your mop, and now the old wax is plugging your floor polisher pad. Then the old wax starts to stick back to the floor. Flip the pad over and use the fresh side until it starts to stick too. Then soak the stripper pad in a mild soap solution and rinse it out thoroughly. After it dries, it should perform correctly. This is why you need several pads.
Remove the back panel, take out the internal power supply and replace it with another compatible AC 120v to 12v DC 5amp power supply. Often laptop power adapters will work. I used this one: 60w-12v-5A-AC-DC-Power-Adapter from the website mini-box. The peltier pad draws upwards of 5amps, but the rest of the system is super lower power. his power supply replacement takes about 20 minutes. You need: Philips screw driver, wire cutter and stripper, two 16 gauge wire nuts. That's it.
Procedure for converting the color of a Z-type drum. Steps 1 - 9 also work ... Z-type Color Drums. Posted: 17 Oct 2014 14:04 by issuepress Last edit: 01 May 2015 14:20 by issuepress ... This tells the Riso to recognize newly installed ink tube.
Risograph The underlying technology is very similar to a mimeograph. ... This master is then wrapped around a drum and ink is forced through the ... Change the color drum, change the paper on the glass sheet, make a master layer and . ... Remember that every different color you want to print, you have to print separate.
Yes you are right. The 'stripper finger' is not lifted enough so it scratches the master.
I know this problem from a GR. But the procedure should be nearly the same for your machine. Behind the back cover you will find a small rubber roller. Diameter 12mm (1/2") or so. This roller runs at the excentic curve of the drum. You might find that the rubber is worn of and so the finger cannot be lifted enough any more. You have to replace it. (Hint: For a fast momentarily solution you may fix it by several windings of adhesive tape.)
Check first the rollers and stripper pad if they are very sticky, just replace those roller. If not you can dismantle the covers on the feeders.find a solenoid and check the spring that attach on it. If the spring is broken replace it or just make a loop from the spring and reintall it from the solenoid. Then try to feed paper.
clean with a soft cloth and alcool the Paper Sensors, specialy the paper sensor (one under the drum), and also the clean the stripper pad, Pickup roller, Scraper roller, Gide roller, Timing roller in the firts paper feed drive mechanism
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