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Samsung SF 560

Posted on 2009-07-10
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due maintenance, parts.

requires new ADF rubber pad, no problem to fit.
ADF roller, transfer roller and paper feeding roller - anyone know of any inststructions and also UK suppliers for these parts?  if not how much would a dealer charge?
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the adf roller should be easy and it will be under a access panel on the adf
the paper feed roller will be in the input tray or in the printer just above where the tray inserts
transfer roller will also be in a location that can be accessed maybe at the back of the printer
all these rollers are effectively consumables as they wear out

try cpc
http://cpc.farnell.com/1/1/27675-fax-machine-samsung-sf-560-sf-560-samsung.html
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quote from them came through, albeit after we bouth a new one!
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