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Take Apart Top Cover - 13 Connector 1 Logic Board Top Cover Keypad 2 Rest the printer upright on a flat surface. Disconnect the keypad cable from the connector on the logic board. Note: To prevent damage to the keypad cable, you must disconnect it before removing the top cover. Take Apart Top Cover - 14 3 4 Latch Latch Latch Latch Locate the five latches on the base of the printer: three on the right and two on the left. Starting with the latch nearest the input tray, use a small flatblade screwdriver to disconnect the latches.

Take Apart Sensor Board - 27 1 2 Latch Latch Sensor Board Spread the latches outward. Tilt the sensor board forward and remove it along with its cable. Replacement Note: Put the cable through the chassis opening. Insert the bottom of the sensor board first. Tilt the board away from the chassis and align the guide pin against the board’s centering guidehole. Rotate the sensor board toward the chassis and snap it into place. Take Apart Flex Support Flex Support - 28 Flex Support Before you begin, remove the following: • Output tray • Banner lever • Length adjuster • Input tray • I/O cover • Top cover • Logic board • Ground Bracket Caution: Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins/ Safety.

Note: To remove all remaining screws inside the printer, use a T-10 Torx screwdriver. Screw Input Tray Screw Take Apart I/O Cover - 10 I/O Cover No preliminary steps are required before you begin this procedure. I/O Cover Take Apart I/O Cover - 11 1 2 Hole 3 4 Hole I/O Cover Rest the printer on its side. Locate the two holes (A and B) on the base near the I/O cover. Insert a jeweler’s screwdriver into the holes, and push the latches straight in until they unsnap from the base. Rotate the I/O cover away from the base along its hinges and lift it from the top cover.

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