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Re: The copied paper is half soiled with fuser oil.
Pull out fuser unit and remove the top. ( let machine cool down, VERY HOT!!) does the fuser web need replacing ( looks like a white paper towel roll) it has fuse oil on it. is it overflowing?? try cleaning, do not spill on floor it is very slippery and hard to clean up.
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The first question is what kind of paper are you using???? Are you using regular copy paper? Have you gotting any error codes? If you are running plain copy paper in the copier and the toner is flaking off, odds are you are having a problem with the fuser unit. Look to see if the toner is fixed on one side of the the paper and not the other side. Odds are you have a problem with the pressure of the two fuser rollers. You may have a cut in the lower fixing roller or a broken ball bearing... Good Luck
I think the 1180 is close to the 1120 copier I know. The error code is indicating an upper heater open circuit. The fuser is the very left item when the main drawer is pulled opened to remove a paper jam. There are two handle grips front and rear to remove the assembly. You have to check continuity of the heat lamp, fuses, etc.
Sounds like it will either be the drum/blade or the fuser unit.Try turning the copier off when copying just as the paper reaches the fuser.remove the 'jammed' paper from the copier carefully as the image will rub off.If the lines are there then it is more than likely the drum.
one of your drums is worn is if you repost the sub code i will tell you which drum it is or phone me on 07764303923 if in the uk or 00447764303923 if outside the uk i also have all the tech info on all canon/ricoh models
This error has to do with Toner concentration of the Black ( 04 ) part of the sub code. The "00" has to do with the reference level or signal value for black. Look to see if the Black toner sensor is soiled. You have to swing out the toner hopper assembly to access the sensor. You will see two thin gray cables coming down from under the control panel. Since you have access to both assemblies - toner and paper jam detect - carefully remove both and clean with canned air. Be careful since you are so near to the $800 drum. Replace both and test. If you still have problems and the drum is old, several years, and has over 40,000 copies on it, you may have to have the drum changed and I recommend a tech do it. Good Luck.