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Hi Magicbyrdman Two questions about the 50.2 error message - fuser guidance you posted. Is the fuser located in the rear / bottom of the 2840 Laser jet? What color are the lever near the gears? (the one that needs to be pushed in?) Many thanks

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Hi. The fuser is in the rear of the printer. Here is a picture from the service manual: Sorry it's not very clear. You can download it from here. Hope this helps. If it does, please take a moment to rate this solution as fixya.

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