Question about Ricoh Aficio AP3800C Laser Printer
I have this test print on a photo glossy paper and it jammed inside damaging the rollers inside ripping off its rubber/plastic coat...i am confuse if it is the duplex unit or the fuser...i must admit it was my curiosity that made the printer damage. can it be replacable.. the printer still prints yet the color is smudgy and doesnt dry...u can erase it with your finger.. PLEASE HELP...thank you.
Yes, who want fuser film ??
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
Yes, they are correct it is a fuser problem. If it is a pretty common printer and you are handy withs hand tools you may be able to fix it yourself. Google it or check on ebay for parts.
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
Hi .. I'm afraid what you have damaged is the fuser unit. I know this because I may have done the same to my printer. It would appear that the glossy film melts on the photopaper and welds itself to the rollers in the fuser unit. I am currently trying to clean off the residue and hope there is not too much damage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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