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I CAN'T FIND THE POSITION OF THE connectors for the fuser unit on the SHARp AR5316 copier

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  • pmudereri Apr 23, 2009

    Yes, but I also need the AR-M160/M205 Service manual, can some one help. Thanks in advance



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If you are looking at the fuser from the side of the copier there are two wires that run from the right side of the fuser through the frame of the copier and into the back of the copier. you will need to remove the back cover and loosen the screws (3) holding the fuser in. pull the fuser out slightly so you can see the wires and then follow them back to the two connectors and unplug them. make sure the copier off and unplugged.

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  2. Find the button below the word Auto.
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