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UNIT VERY HOT WHEN PRINTING, EVEN SINGLE PAGES, AND SMOKE OR STEAM COMING OUT WHERE PRINTED COPIES COME OUT. NO WATER RESIDUE OR SPILLAGE NEAR UNIT AND PAPER NOT DAMP.

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Look into changing out the drum that may be defective.
If this unit is that hot that it smokes but it still prints see if there is a cooling fan.
This unit running under the condition you mentioned might start a fire.

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  1. When engine is hot, you have to be very carefully, do not open the water cap, if you want to open, you have to either wait a while or use a heavy towel to cover the radiator cap, then open it.

  1. Maybe the radiator is leaking.
I hope this can help you a little bit. good luck.

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