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'[OT]: RICE (was HP LJ 2 & 3 pickup roller fix?)'
2001\11\15@115636 by Dale Botkin

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Not a dessicant or weight....  I kow SOMEONE has to know.  Maybe not.  An
ex-Xerox field engineer would probably remember.  I'll post it after
lunch.

Hint: It would only be useful on BIG lasers/copiers, mostly old Xerox
beasties.  8700/9700 if you've ever seen one.

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2001\11\15@124027 by t F. Touchton

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How about something to sit the roller on so it does not roll away while
sanding???

Scott F. Touchton

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2001\11\15@132348 by t F. Touchton

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Whoops... just read the latest postings and someone beat me to the
punch......

If we are right, can we split the cup of coffee??????

Scott F. Touchton
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How about something to sit the roller on so it does not roll away while
sanding???

Scott F. Touchton

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2001\11\15@152144 by Dale Botkin

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Well, had anyone actually come close, I'd have bought more than one 8)

The large Xerox copiers/lasers use a vortex-type toner separator to get
toner out of the exhaust air before it hits the filter.  The principal is
similar to the new vortex-type vacuum cleaners.  These tend to load up
with toner (especially if the printer is out of adjustment), which reduces
its efficiency.

One port of this toner separator is a 3" or so round opening which, when
the collection bottle is removed, has a pretty good vacuum on it.  One of
our standard procedures was to let it suck up a cup or so of uncooked
rice, which would get swirled around inside and break up most of the
clumps of toner inside.  The sound of a couple of handsfull of rice tossed
into the separator while the printer was running was pretty impressive...

Just one of those entertaining memories of 20-odd years of field service
on large systems.

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On Thu, 15 Nov 2001, Scott F. Touchton wrote:

> Whoops... just read the latest postings and someone beat me to the
> punch......
>
> If we are right, can we split the cup of coffee??????

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2001\11\15@152958 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>One port of this toner separator is a 3" or so round opening which, when
>the collection bottle is removed, has a pretty good vacuum on it.  One of
>our standard procedures was to let it suck up a cup or so of uncooked
>rice, which would get swirled around inside and break up most of the
>clumps of toner inside.  The sound of a couple of handsfull of rice tossed
>into the separator while the printer was running was pretty impressive...
>Just one of those entertaining memories of 20-odd years of field service
>on large systems.

       I though even in a kind of ozone filter, but I was wrong. How funny! ;o)


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2001\11\15@163749 by Russell McMahon

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> Whoops... just read the latest postings and someone beat me to the
> punch......
>
> If we are right, can we split the cup of coffee??????


Virtual cups of coffee can be divided into N parts with each part having the
same value and volume as the original.
Something to do with the Copenhagen interpretation.



   RM

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2001\11\15@165451 by t F. Touchton

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Waaaaaaaay to late in the day for such deep thought.







Virtual cups of coffee can be divided into N parts with each part having
the
same value and volume as the original.
Something to do with the Copenhagen interpretation.



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