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How do I remove the fuser unit from the Xerox XD100 workcenter? I replaced the pinch roller in the fuser 6 months ago. It was very difficult but it worked. I'd like to know how to actually get the fuser out and dissassemble it to check the gears etc. I'm getting the loud noise but it still makes copies. It sounds like it is coming from the right front of the unit. I have wondered if it could be the gears in the drum unit. Thank you

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Directly from the service manual.

The useful life of the drum cartridge is approximately 18,000 copies. The
drum cartridge indicator on the machine diagram lights when the drum is
near the end of life. Approximately 1,000 more copies can be made, but
you should have a replacement cartridge in stock. When the J2 Status
Code is displayed, the machine will stop operating until the drum cartridge
is replaced.



Note: Ensure that the alternate paper tray
is lowered (XD104/105f/130df/155df only).
1. Press the release lever to open the side
cover (A).
2. Press the front cover release buttons to
open the front cover (B).
3. Press the green button (C) on the front
of the toner cartridge and pull out the
cartridge.
Note: The toner cartridge must be
removed before removing the drum
cartridge.
4. Pull out the drum cartridge.
Note: Help the environment by recycling
your used drum cartridge. Refer to the
recycling brochure packed with the drum
cartridge for details.
5. Remove the cover from the new drum
cartridge.
CAUTION: Do not touch the shiny surface
of the drum.
6. Slide the new drum cartridge in place,
making sure not to touch the surface of
the drum.
7. Reinstall the toner cartridge.
8. Close the front cover and the side
cover.

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Ok so how to remove the fuser, disassemble, get to gears..

To access wires/connectors remove back cover 4 screws then open and remove right door 2 screws on back frame one with small spring attached. Then remove fuser unit with 2 screws unplug 3 connectors on back of copier.
Now remove one screw on wire end of fuser/cut ty wrap with wire cutters be careful not to cut wires!!
Pull off cover and remove heat lamp by pulling on copper end piece
slide lamp up and out. Remove small c shaped retainer ring from end of roll with 2 small flatblade screwdrivers, take off old gear and install new one-lubricate bushings with a few drops of fuser oil on both ends re-assemble in reverse order.

Please let me know if this was of help to you:)

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Hi!

for removing fuser unit you need to open the front cover of the unit, then using a philips screwdriver you can remove it

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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    Rylee Smith Feb 17, 2009

    To replace the gear you will need to remove a retainer clip and then unclip the fuser bulb to slide the gear into place.

  • Rylee Smith
    Rylee Smith Feb 17, 2009

    Remove the back cover also and then pull off the cover by removing the retainer clip and remove fuser bulb(heat lamp) by pulling on the end piece.



    Now you will be able to see the gears which can be removed by detaching the retainer ring from end of roller.



    Thanks

    Rylee

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