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HP Laserjet 4000 Printer Repair

Posted on 2011-03-06
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While installing a new maintenance kit in my HP Laserjet 4000 Printer Repair a part fell out but I did not see where it came from. I am attaching three images of it in hopes someone can tell me what it is and how to reinstall it. I think it is a Pick-Up Coupler.

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Robert
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It's likely to be the coupler from the pick up assembly - see page 350 in the Service Manual for its location
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