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Heater Lamp Does the fuser assembly include the fuser heater lamp? Thanks.

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Hello,
The short answer to your question is "Yes" it is included in the fuser assembly!

Long answer:
The heater lamp is an integral part of the fuser assembly. It is located inside and heats up a metal bar or roller depending on the fuser's style then then heat actually melts the powdered toner into the paper. The heater lamp usually is not easily removed from this assembly. If you did want to do it yourself then you've got to be real careful as it is very fragile and no oils from your fingers must be applied to it as it will shorten its life.

Good Luck!
Rich Lilja

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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