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asked Sep 21, 2000 at 10:26am
Apple Apple LaserWriter 360

Apple LWS 360 Manual Feed

The mechanism, on my Apple LWS 360, that handles manual feeds picks up more than one sheet at a time, and/or feeds the paper through the machine at an angle, causing paper jams. The rollers seem free of any material. Is this something serious to fix? Also, when I turn the printer on, I hear slight grinding and loud squeeking noises.

If the repair will be costly, can you recommend a reputable used Apple printer model and web site to find one?

Thanks in advance for any advice!
Eric

The whole assembly is held in by 2 brass screws at the back of each side bracket. Take the assembly out. Get some rubber rejuve for $1 on our kit page. Rejuve both rollers and the long thin rubber strip in front of them. The strip is what keeps more than one sheet feeding at a time.
by moe on Sep 21, 2000 at 5:55pm Add comment
Your quick response is greatly appreciated! Couldn't readily find the "2 brass screws at the back of each side bracket," but I'll keep looking. In the meantime, I'll take a closer look at your "kit" page.

Thanks, again!

by unknown on Sep 22, 2000 at 8:32am Add comment
There's one screw on each bracket. You have to really stick your head in to see them. You'll have to feel for them when you put the screwdriver on them.
by moe on Sep 22, 2000 at 9:06am Add comment
OK! I "think" I found them. At any rate...I'll give it a try...thanks!

Couldn't find the Rejuve item on your site. Clicked all the links. Am I pretending to be blind?

Eric

by unknown on Sep 22, 2000 at 3:37pm Add comment
Click on Printer Repair Kits. Click on all printers. Click on Rubber roller rejevenator.
by moe on Sep 22, 2000 at 3:44pm Add comment
Moe:
Thanks for your help! An envelope's on the way.

Eric

by unknown on Sep 23, 2000 at 6:36am Add comment
I am having the same problem with my LWSelect 360, however, I am having the same problem: not sure I am finding the correct screws, and assembly. Do I need to remove the whole plastic casing? If I am, how do I do that? Are there any diagrams for the LWSelect 360 on the web for us "visually" inclined people?
by unknown on Jan 8, 2001 at 10:11am Add comment