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Frequent fuser jams. toner builds up at surface of fuser claws.

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  • juan_castill Sep 28, 2009

    i have replaced fuser claws,developer,and adjust exposure for a lighter copy.


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Usually caused by using heavy paper/card stock,very damp paper,recharged toner or the fuser unit needs attention.

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Hello sir; The better way to resolve the problem is replace all the claw.

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1st, you need to find out exactly where the paper is getting stuck.
Is the paper stopping just as it gets to the rollers, or
stops when it goes through the rollers and are getting stuck on the little fuser claws?
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