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Error Engine Fuser low heat

We had a printer jam with glossy paper wound tightly around rollers and needed to remove part of roller assembly to clear. After restart we got this error.

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Possibly the fusers thermostat is displaced. it rides very close to the roller to get an accurate reading, look for 2 wires into a black "thing" toward the middle of the roller. this is a thermistor which sends its reading to the mainboard. check if the fuser is getting very warm, there is a thermo couple in series with the fusers power so it wont overheat but if its getting hot and the printer doesnt know it then the dammaged/displaced thermostat would be the thing to look for,

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600N Printer - Engine fuser low heat error. I'm not sure where this part is. The error light indicates it's in the center of the printer. But when I look for the part and how to install it is for a different part.(fuser) Is the engine fuser the part that has a orange roller?

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