Sears PartsDirect has the repair and replacement parts you need to keep your Sabre office equipment in top shape. Because you depend on your Sabre office products to keep your business running, you'll want to repair any equipment failure quickly. Whether you need ink for copiers or bulbs for projectors, we have the Sabre replacement parts in stock for your convenience.
Replacing the projector bulb in your Sabre office equipment
Unplug the power cord and let the lamp cool down completely before replacing it.
Locate the lamp access panel and remove the access panel mounting screws. Remove the lamp access panel.
Carefully reach in and pull the lamp out of the projector.
Wear gloves to prevent finger prints and oils from depositing on the new bulb. Unpack the new bulb and carefully install it in the projector.
Reinstall the lamp access panel and secure the panel with the mounting screws.
Plug the equipment power cord back in.
Common Sabre office equipment failures
No power. Lack of power can be caused by a tripped overload switch in the equipment. Check for an overload switch and reset the switch if it's tripped. If you're unsure whether your equipment has an overload switch, check the owner's manual for information about switches in the equipment. A failed transformer, bad control board or faulty power cord can also prevent office equipment from powering up.
Paper jam. Don't overload paper bins and refill paper bins when they're nearly empty to help prevent paper jams. Monitor the machine as it's running and clear any paper jams quickly to avoid equipment damage. Have a service technician remove jammed paper if you're unable to clear the paper jam yourself.
Stuck button. A stuck button on the control panel can prevent the equipment from operating. Try to free up a stuck button by pressing firmly around the edges of the button. If you're unable to free up a stuck button, you'll likely need to replace the user interface or control panel. Have a service technician replace the control panel or user interface if you're unable to complete the repair yourself.