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Tonner is not getting fused.

When I print anything the toner does not melt. There is just dust on the paper. if I turn the printer on and off I start working for a little while and then it start all over. I placed and old fuser I had and the same thing happens.
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  • Anonymous Oct 02, 2008

    I have a very similar problem with our Xerox Phaser 7300. Our problem is that the fuser dies very prematurely. It dies when it consumes 20% of the fuser (ie 80% STILL LEFT!). If we replace the fuser with a new one, it works just fine till it consumes 20% (about every 3 months it dies). Xerox wants to charge us $1000 to come out and fix it. I don't think it is neccesarily worth it. My guess is that we have a failing circuit board and some other glitch. Any thoughts anybody?

  • nigel99 Apr 12, 2009

    I have a similar problem. The 7300N can print a few pages that fuse normally then print a few that dont fuse at all, then a few that do. This can happen within the space of 30 seconds or so. I wonder therefore if its to do with heat as the fuser is clearly getting hot. I have examined the fuser and there appears to be a big gap between the top heated and the bottom 'pressure' roller. Is this normal ? Could it be that someting is not activating to press these together as the paper passes through? If so what ? I am loathed to buy a new fuser as the posts above suggest this doesnt help.

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You most likely have a bad main board in the machine. It is warming up properly , but once warm it is not pulsing the heat rod to maintain temperature. If you just walk away for a while, does the machine finally produce a fault code?
The problem is in the circuit that maintains the heating elements. Once it gets so cool,it should fault out.
You could have software corruption and its mainting to low a temperature. Let me know if after sitting for about an hour , is there a fault code that shows up.

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