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Anyone has the adf assembly diagram for HP 8250 scanner

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I have an HP 8250 scanjet that I took the adf apart for cleaning.  I forgot of how to put back the spring in the roller area.  Any diagram or guidance would be helpful.
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try to use partsurfer :  http://partsurfer.hp.com/PRG.aspx
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Thanks, I will look it up.
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leading to the right path, not the solution yet.
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