I have 2 printers that dosn´t work.
Brother HL-5250 dn
One with fuser that dosn´t work.
Can I take thee fuser from the other and attach it into the first one.
Or do you ned spcial tools and knowldge to do it?
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Yes you can fix the same fuser but you will need advanced skills, this problem can be because you need to replace the upper fuser roller usually is the part that first come damaged, in case this part is ok, check the lower pressure roller, if both are fine, check the heating element, it will be one of this 3 parts.
The fuser is a separate component to the drum and toner in this printer. It has a much longer life than them but will run out eventually. Sadly a fuser unit is not a commercially available consumable for this
printer either. I would recommend contatcing a printer technicain or Brother
directly for a quote on replacing this part.
The fuser unit is located at the rear side of the printer. Fuser unit error indicates one/more of the following. 1. The fuser roller/film life is over. Replace with new one 2. The fuser film is torn. Replace with new one. 3. Fuser heater is burnt. Replace the heater. 4. Fuser thermal sensor is open. Replace it.
You problem is more than likely in the fusing assembly in the rear of the machine. The Brother HL5250 is famous for having bad fusers. Open the back door and closely examine the lower fusing roller (orange roller). You will more than likely see that it is crinkling badly or the clear outer cover is delaminating on the roller. Sometimes you'll need a flashlight to see the delaminating but it will look like the clear outer sleeve has a bunch of clear oil under it causing it to ballon out in spots when rolling. Only solution is a new fuser. Sorry for the bad news but better than not knowing.
You problem is with the fusing assembly in the rear of the machine. This series of Brother are famous for it. If you open the back door you can get access to the fusing compartment. The fusers aren't cheap though, around $100 to 125.00. Cheaper to buy them from Ebay than through a dealer (and I am a dealer) as there are folks that are just taking the machines apart for parting them out. Just make sure you go with a new fuser, not used.