Question about Xerox Phaser 7700DN Laser Printer
Remove the back cover maybe a fan is broken or is dying out. There is a tutorial for the 7750 but they are almost exactly the same. So follow the instuctions up to removing the back cover and then turn on the printer (caution don't touch any electrical boards or any board). Then you will be able to indentify exactly which fan it's bad or it could be a gear you will be able to where the clicking noise is coming from.
Hope this tutorial helps.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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