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I can't figure out how to replace the fuser. No instructions came with the new part. ??? Help

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There are two release latches on the Phaser 6250: A and B. If you open the front using the A latch on the front of the printer you will not see what you need! If you open the B latch on the right side of the printer you will see the orange locking sliders in your diagram #4. Move these to the unlocked position and then open up latch C. This is an orange lever inside the printer on the left, behind the fuser assembly. Once you open this you can remove the fuser.

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