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  1. Thanks all, I did manage to replace it, here's what i did. I hammered the motor out of the pulley and bearing holder through the centre hole you can see in that pic. Then, through the same hole, but with a nail punch, hammered out the pulley (together with the bottom bearing) out of the top bearing. Put it back together the same way, seems to be working fine.
  2. Hi, I am working on a QSS35 (branded as Fuji LP7200, but same machine as I've been told). I'm trying to replace the "motor 2 belt" in exposure advance unit, but I ran into a problem. In the manual, the motor holder should have a bearing holder plate attached to it one one side, but what I have is the holder being one solid piece of metal (see pics). I am not sure how to go about removing this belt because it is trapped between the shaft and the housing. Tried taking apart the entire motor from the damper end, but the damper doesn't want to come off - and taking it apart from the butt end doesn't seem right. Is there some trick to pushing the shaft/bearings out of this one-piece holder? Not sure how this belt is supposed to come out at all. Did anyone encounter this before? Any info appreciated. Thanks!