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  1. Hello, i am an owner of Agfa d-lab 2 and i have one issue, that i hope someone help me with... So, the problem is, that when i try to print photos larger than 102x152mm, it mostly ends with the error: "PE_LS01 not free"(even when i need to print hundreds of them). We tried to fix the problems with the replacing of upper and lower belt assy, but problem still persist. Interesting fact is that smaller formats, for example 127x89mm works just fine, but when i want larger format, for example 305x457mm, sometimes one of them will print and then paper jam, sometimes two... sometimes none... but never more than 4. Paper position during jam is exactly in the middle between transport unit(when it goes into the printer engine) and lower belt assy. Still not sure, if the problem is in the printer engine, before lower belt assy, or maybe in the drum... Or the problem is caused by the transport unit... All advices are welcomed
  2. When printing using the Frontier 570, the papers jam in the head and dryer section. The rollers suddenly stop spinning and make a noise, like they are forcing or something. There's no gears broken, it has been verifed over and over. Many have been changed too. If the cover of the drying section is removed, the rollers of the head seem to spin more easily, but if i touch the black rollers where the paper get out, pressing them to slightly make a resistance, those rollers stop spinning and it make a loud jammed noise. It seem that using sillicone spray on the plastic parts where the shaft of the rollers are supported help for a bit, but the problem come back. My assumption is that something somewhere is old (the machine have 10 years) and create a resistance on the rollers. When paper have to be moved, it is simply too much for the motor whole head and dryer unit. Anyone experimented the same problem, and could pin point me to a solution?
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