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Re: Removing the upper fuser roller assemble.

Dear archman50,

I finally removed the Fuser Assemble. Lots of little screws too. Do u have a diagram on this fuser assemble, I did not draw a diagram because i am pretty bad in detailed drawings, if possible, I would like a copy. I removed the fuser lamp like u said, by the ceramic tips and placed in a cardboard box where the fuser roller came in. I am in no hurry either, just i want to do everything right and get i back in operation. Please let me know, does the manual have a diagram? let me know.
thx u.
ars7777

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If it is a repair manual it will have a diagram if it is owners manual it will not

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C6000 is usually cause by fluctuation of current(power supply).

STEP 1:

Open top cover then turn ON the machine,press System Menu then scroll down to Service Setting,then HOLD BOTH the "Start key" and "#" and press "OK".

Scroll down to Maintenance Mode then press "OK".

press 163 on the keypad

scroll down to "Execute"

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U have to reset the fuser thermostat manually.

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Remove two screws. Unplug two connectors. Pull out Fuser unit.

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remove the heater lamp,and upper fuser roller...

remove two screws that held the thermostat (circular shape)

(reset manually)

If you touch the top of the thermostat you will notice that it is in concave form...,you have to drop it hard on the flat surface in order to bring back it\'s original form which is CONVEX.

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The printer make noise while it is printing


Hewlett Packard P3005 Fuser


Its all about the gears in the fuser drive assembly and the bushing in the fuser.


The HP P3005 fuser is located at the back of the printer.


The fuser has a thin film upper roller which can be torn, some symptons can be "Wrinkled Pages","Poor Fusing", "Toner Rubs Off the Page", "Pieces of black Plastic Come Out".


*** The printer should be unplugged from any power source before any servicing is performed ***


The rear cover can be taken off by removing 2 screws. Once the cover has been removed the fuser can be removed by taking out 4 screws and 3 electrical connections.


Part Number and purchasing link below


RM1-3717-020

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My HP Laserjet P3005 is almost 2 years old and needs a new fuser assembly. Is this normal? How much should this cost? Would I be better off buying a new printer


Hewlett Packard P3005 Fuser


The HP P3005 fuser is located at the back of the printer.


The fuser is suppose to last up to 200,000 pages, however they rarely get that far.


The fuser has a thin film upper roller which can be torn, some symptons can be "Wrinkled Pages","Poor Fusing", "Toner Rubs Off the Page", "Pieces of black Plastic Come Out".


*** The printer should be unplugged from any power source before any servicing is performed ***


The rear cover can be taken off by removing 2 screws. Once the cover has been removed the fuser can be removed by taking out 4 screws and 3 electrical connections.


Part Number and purchasing link below


RM1-3717-020

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Making a cracking noise from the fuser unit area


I'm assuming that the cracking noise occurs as the printed page is passing through the fuser?

Check your print settings to ensure that your paper stock is not set to heavy (card). This setting applies extra heat to the fuser to 'fuse' the text to the paper, which is what you want for card, but if you are printing normal stock, it will overheat the toner causing it to stick to the fuser roller on the way through and make a 'cracking' sound as the paper peels off the roller.

Whilst it is possible that there is a fault with the thermostat and the fuser heater is not switching off, this is rare. If you have been printing a number of pages at an incorrect paper stock setting you may need to clean baked text of the upper fuser roller, in which case, apply the following procedure.

After switching off the pirnter and it has had time to cool you may be able to clean the upper fuser roller with a rag moistened with a little methylated spirit, although you will not be able to rotate the roller fully without removing the fuser assembly from the printer. If the roller is physically damaged however, eg. scoured, cleaning will not resolve the problem, the roller will need to be replaced. This usually occurs after a long life, so it is generally best to install a new or reconditioned fuser (includes new rollers, top and bottom and new heat lamp).

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Re: Removing the upper fuser roller assemble.


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Re: Removing the upper fuser roller assemble.


I am not sure what the black legs do but they problably support the heater lamps....if there is a wire going to the legs then the black legs need to be removed. the key is to d isassemble any drive chains, brackets etc that support the fuser rollers the black legs could also be support for stripper fingers

just dissasemble all components holdng the fuser roller from both sides


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1 Unplug the power cable.
2 Remove the paper delivery tray assembly
3 Remove two (2) screws from the right cover assembly
4 Remove the right cover assembly, carefully disengaging the catches
5 Unplug the control panel cable.
6 Insert a screwdriver to loosen the release tab on each side of the upper face cover
7 Remove the upper face cover
8 Remove four (4) screws from the upper cover
9 Lift up and remove the face-down cover
10 Remove the output tray by releasing the tabs.
11 Unplug the harness from the fuser motor
12 Open two (2) clips and remove one (1) clip to remove the fuser connector.
13 Unplug two (2) 3-pin optical encoder wires
14 Unplug the red high-voltage bias wire.
15 Remove the thermistor wire.
16 Remove the cables from the wiring harness.
17 Remove three (3) screws from the fuser chassis.
18 Gently rocking if necessary, roll the fuser forward to remove.
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1 Align the fuser tabs with their respective holes.
2 Complete replacement by following steps 1 through 18 above in reverse order.
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