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You have a problem with tray movement in the finisher/sorter area. Sometimes those trays get slightly bnt if somebody leans on them and they dont strike the sensor in the center properly. If not then maybe the upper and lower limit sensors need to be cleaned or replaced
Finisher lift up motor trouble, look for any mechanical problems in the output tray then cancel the error by pressing #*c* respectively then again press 14 and exicute the trouble cancel this mayt resolve your problem otherwise your lift up motor or finisher controle pwb needs replacement
Content Finisher lift-up motor trouble
Details The finisher lift-up motor does not reach
the specified position.
Cause Lift-up motor abnormality
Lift-up motor upper limit sensor
Finisher PWB abnormality
Use SIM 3-3-5 to check the lift-up motor
The problem is in your finisher and the quickest solution to get your copier running is to unplug the finisher and move it away from the copier. Take a tray off the finisher and put it on the copier where the paper comes out. (If the paper comes out too slow and causes a misfeed the tension springs need to be put back on over the exit rollers in the left door, write if you still have trouble)
The Engrish service manual sayeth:
F1-11: Finisher 1 pusher motor trouble/Finisher 2 boomerang rotation abnormality.
What this doublespeak means is that something is blocking your motor's ability to function when it goes through its' power on self test. First thing you should never do is put anything near, around, or under the finisher. I went on a lot of calls for F1 errors and either unjammed a finisher from the wall or unstuck a toner or paper box from under the tray. Next thing is to open the front door, move the plate from side to side, and look for bits of paper wedged in anywhere. Spray any photoelectric sensor you see with a can of air. And check those squishy orange rollers and see if they're swollen. Could be you have a dead motor, which would be at the rear of the finisher or inside one of the trays. Good luck!!
It is a stapler rotation error. The stapling tray pressure arms become
dull at the tips, so when the stapler attempts to move into position to
make the staple it cannot move the guides out of the way.
First choice) Replace the (4) stapling tray pressure arms
(LSTPP0357FCZZ). After you replace them you'll see that the tips get
worn down, and wedge into place so that the black support plates cannot
move out of the way of the stapler. The black plates look warped, but
they aren't (I should say they always look like that).
They are fairly easy to get to. You do have to remove the finisher from
the copier. Remove the front and rear covers. Open the right door. Pull
the pins that retain the door. From there you'll see the arms. They can
be changed with a little maneuvering.
2nd Choice) Clip overtight wire ties to the stapler rotation home position sensor.
3rd Choice) Shake down the stapler to its bottommost position (wherever
it settles is fine). Adjust the flag that triggers the stapler home
position sensor. If I remember correctly its the narrow **** in the
Generally F codes have to do with the finisher(used to be called a sorter). with the machine off, diconnect the finisher cord from the copier and power back on. This should allow you to test the copier. I'm not sure on this model how exactly the finisher cord comes out. but it should be self explanitory when you see it.
F1-70 is communication trouble between the machine and the sorter finisher. Check the cables connecting the copier and the finisher and power off and on machine. Should clear the code. If problem persists, may need a new board.
I would also check the ground between the copier and finisher.