Question about Lexmark Optra M410 Laser Printer
On the back of the printer there is a door (outer rear cover) open this to about 35deg and lift it off. half way down the inner rear coverthere are 2 no2 philipps head screws remove these at the top of this inner cover there are 2 clips set in alittle about 2 inches down from the top 1 on the right and 1 on the left with a scxrewdriver depress these clips with a slight out ward pressure the cover will come free. now on the right side you will see a black palstic cover with one screww at the top unscrew this about an 1/8 of an inch or take it all the way out pull the cover towards you to remove it. you can see the fuser by now there is one screw on each side about an inch up from the flat deck remove these. some of these fusers have a ground wire remove the screw from it. remove the 6 or 7 pin connector rom the fuser control board. this might also have a 2 pin connector that youll need to unplug these will both be headed to the upper right side ofthe printer. pull them up out of the way. grab the fuser in the middle and pull straight backwards and its out.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Lexmark supplies two types of replacable units.
Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) and Field Replaceable Unit (FRU).
A fuser is a FRU and as such should only be reolaced by a factory trained technician.
Plase place a service call.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Service Fuser Error appears when the fuser does not warm to the required temperature. For this error on this Lexmark model, the manual states you should power off the printer and power it back on, and if it is not plugged into a wall power point, change it to a power point mounted directly on the wall. Personally, I never got a Lexmark printer to work doing this, but this is in the manual. If this won't help, and the printer is under warranty, you should log it in with the servicing company.
You can find the fuser at the back of the printer, remove the cover and there it is. It holds in two screws and a power connection. If the printer is out of warranty, your next option is to change the fuser which costs around $200, so I think you would be better off getting a new printer unless you find a second hand one on Ebay.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
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