Question about Brother HL-5240 Laser Printer
Unfortunately your problem is with the fusing assembly. This is not a cheap part at all. It's available at www.precisionroller.com for around $170.00. The problem is the lower silicon roller in the fuser. If you open the back door and then the back inner door, you can view the fuser. The part your looking at is the orange roller. It will either be wrinkled, ballooned, or separating the outer clear sleeve from the inner core. The last one is a little harder to see without a flashlight or similar. If you look close, you'll see the clear silicon oil inside between the outter sleeve and orange core. If the printer is still under warranty, call Brother for a replacement fuser. I know the news is not good but, hope that helps you.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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