Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
The fuser unit hold down assembly has broken, and now has cracked the other side, is there a replacement part without buying whole fuser unit
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuser / Fixing Assembly
Move the top back like you're going to replace the cartridge. Then unscrew the control panel (one screw and it will kind of jiggle out). Then unplug it and set the control panel aside.
Take all the left side panels off.
Look where the control panel was, and you'll see a hole where you can reach a long screw driver in and take out 2 screws.
On the other side, there's another screw that's not so easy to take out. You'll probably have to get a stubby phillips screw driver, and then cut the handle off THAT. Very difficult, but that's the last of the screws.
Unplug the three plugs, and jiggle the old fuser out. Reverse the procedures to put the new one in.
Posted on Oct 27, 2007
You will only need the fuser unit. It is a little complicated but here it is. You need to remove all the covers, the several screws and a bracket. Here are some good directions.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
SOURCE: fuser error 50.2
1) First thing is check power source. If you have the printer plugged into a UPS (uninterruptilbe power source) unplug it and plug it directly into the wall. If it is plugged into the wall you might want to try a different outlet to see if it solves the problem.
2) Remove and reinstall the fuser. It may not have seated properly.
#) Make sure you installed the correct fuser. Should be RM1-1082. There should be a sticker on the fuser with this number. See the following article for more info. http://www.partsnow.com/service_today/0705.asp
If you still have the old fuser check also that it is a RM1-1082. If not you may have a euro version machine which would require a different fuser.
If the fusers match up you should check the voltage coming to the fuser if possible. If there is 100- 127 volts where the fuser plugs in you probably got a bad fuser or it was damaged in transit. If there is low voltage or no voltage you may have a board problem. Probably DC controller or Power Supply.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
It is not recomended to enter service mode on this model if a service tech replaced the fuser they owe you to reset this fuser counter. -Carl, Ricoh tech.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
SOURCE: sc 544 lanier ld 122
CALL FOR SERVICE YOU WILL NEED NEW THERMISTORS NEW THERMOSTATS AND MOST LIKELY HOT ROLLER,CLEANING ROLLER AND HR BEARINGS COST OF TIME AND PARTS WILL BE 400 TO 500
Posted on May 20, 2010
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