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We installed a new fuser into a Brother HL4200CN (Fuser FP-12CL) and it came up with "ID Error for Fuser" Is this a defective fuser or were we suppose to reset a code somehow? Thanks

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This message appears when the printer cannot recognize the fuser - probably because you haven't reseted the counter. Make sure it's properly installed. If it is then you will need to perform the reset procedure
1. Press Additional Functions Key
2. Press # key
3. Arrow to number 7, Printer and press Set
4. Arrow to number 4, Printer Re-Set and press Set.
5. Press Yes, re-set printer (hit minus key - back arrow).
6. Unplug the machine and plug it back in.

Posted on Jan 27, 2011

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