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Cut a hole on the bottom of the printer (with Dremel tool). Drill a whole through paper feeder driving slipping gear and its shaft (I used Dremel and 0.70 mm drill). Then put a pin in the whole (I used a solid copper wire). That is it.
 
P.S.Before drilling the gear move it ( on the shaft) toward the center line of a printer. So.the gear is fully engaged with the opposite gear, but potion of the gear is free of engagement . That is where you drill the gear and shaft. So , the pin/wire wont impede with the gears rotation.
 
Ooops, totally forgot.Before you flip your printer to cut a whole REMOVE ink cartridges!!!!!!
 
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Editado por: Georgi R ,

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Cut a hole on the bottom of the printer (with Dremel tool). Drill a whole through paper feeder driving slipping gear and its shaft (I used Dremel and 0.70 mm drill). Then put a pin in the whole (I used a solid copper wire). That is it.
 
P.S.Before drilling the gear move it ( on the shaft) toward the center line of a printer. So.the gear is fully engaged with the opposite gear, but potion of the gear is free of engagement . That is where you drill the gear and shaft. So , the pin/wire wont impede with the gears rotation.
 
P.P.S. I don't know how to put photos on this site. So, contact me : gyro1georgi@att.net and I'll send the photos.
Ooops, totally forgot.Before you flip your printer to cut a whole REMOVE ink cartridges!!!!!!

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Editado por: Georgi R ,

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Cut a hole on the bottom of the printer (with Dremel tool). Drill a whole through paper feeder driving slipping gear and its shaft (I used Dremel and 0.70 mm drill). Then put a pin in the whole (I used a solid copper wire). That is it.
 
P.S.Before drilling the gear move it ( on the shaft) toward the center line of a printer. So.the gear is fully engaged with the opposite gear, but potion of the gear is free of engagement . That is where you drill the gear and shaft. So , the pin/wire wont impede with the gears rotation.
 
P.P.S. I don't know how to put photos on this site. So, contact me : gyro1georgi@att.net and I'll send the photos.
Ooops, totally forgot.Before you flip your printer to cut a whole REMOVE ink cartridges!!!!!!

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Editado por: Georgi R ,

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Cut a hole on the bottom of the printer (with Dremel tool). Drill a whole through paper feeder driving slipping gear and its shaft (I used Dremel and 0.70 mm drill). Then put a pin in the whole (I used a solid copper wire). That is it.
 
P.S.Before drilling the gear move it ( on the shaft) toward the center line of a printer. So.the gear is fully engaged with the opposite gear, but potion of the gear is free of engagement . That is where you drill the gear. Sogear and shaft. So , the pin/wire doesn't impedewont impede with the gears rotation.
P.S.Before drilling the gear move it ( on the shaft) toward the center line of a printer. So.the gear is fully engaged with the opposite gear, but potion of the gear is free of engagement . That is where you drill the gear. Sogear and shaft. So , the pin/wire doesn't impedewont impede with the gears rotation.
 
P.P.S. I don't know how to put photos on this site. So, contact me : gyro1georgi@att.net and I'll send the photos.
P.P.S. I don't know how to put photos on this site. So, contact me : gyro1georgi@att.net and I'll send the photos.

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Cut a hole on the bottom of the printer (with Dremel tool). Drill a whole through paper feeder driving slipping gear and its shaft (I used Dremel and 0.70 mm drill). Then put a pin in the whole (I used a solid copper wire). That is it.

P.S.Before drilling the gear move it ( on the shaft) toward the center line of a printer. So.the gear is fully engaged  with the opposite gear, potion of the gear is free of engagement . That is where you drill the gear. So , the pin/wire doesn't impede with the gears rotation.

P.P.S. I don't know how to put photos on this site. So, contact me gyro1georgi@att.net and I'll send the photos.

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