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Where can I get a 6L repaired in NJ?

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Quite absentmindedly, I ran a bunch of clasp envelopes through my 6L recently. Now whenever I print there's a section where no toner adheres to the paper right down the center of almost everything I print. I obviously wrecked something inside this printer (fuser?) and I'm wondering if it's repairable. I live in northern NJ and I suspect between repair and shipping costs, this is probably a lost cause...but anybody think this is possible or worthwhile to repair?

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    I guess the problem is that there don't appear to be any straight-through paper path lasers out there that can be installed in a corner and left there. I need an envelope and label printer with as close to a 180 degree paper path as possible that I can leave in the corner of my desk. I think after the 6L was discontinued that was the end of that road.

    I bought a Samsung 2851 laser with networking, but it's envelope printing is unusable (it creases the envelopes).

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The metal on those envelopes would compromise the coating on the hot roll of the fuser. i do not live in NJ but i repair all kinds of laser printers. you might want to consider just purchasing a good used laser or a refurbed one it would most likely be cheaper in the long run. paying to have it repaired would probably be more expensive than buying one. a fuser would run 65.00 to 135.00 or so. i know for one i sell them cheaper

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With the low cost of printers that are better than the 6L I would not waste the money to repair

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