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I have a problem with the roller just before the paper is printed out. Sometimes flakey pieces of the roller are chipped off and sent out along with the paper. Do you know how to fix this or where to purchase a new roller? Thanks so much, Dave Giles

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Doesn't sound like a roller ... it's probably the fuser film sleeve. google for a sleeve .... or a (refurbished) fuser unit. if you've never replaced a film, that is the better choice.

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