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Most of the cases fuser assembly or supplies are causes of ghost image. If image is not properly transferring on media causes transfer roller or ETB. Do this small exercise: Give print command, wait till paper grabs, once paper entered in cartridge area, power it off, open top & front cover, remove paper and see the print quality.Observed any ghost image what you observed? No ghost image? then problem with fuser assembly..
1.Remove fuser assembly, check any toner particles deposited on surface of fuser transfer roller or heater roller.. if found clean carefully with good cotton cloth while fuser having certain temperature,pl avoid metal & sharp objects to clean.. 2. Clean paper path roller(You can observe the rollers to push the paper to reach the destination) I hope this exercise will resolves the issue..
Oops...You need to remove the fuser unit from the printer & attempt to carefully remove the melted paper. You can use a sharp object to get started but be very careful not to damage the surface of the heat roller. This needs to be a slow patient job but it should come off.
Otherwise you will need a new fuser unit.
it sounds to me like you have some severe fuser thermistor and thermal fuse problems ...i would look into getting an entire fuser assembly sharp part number
DUNTW7305DS** last digits depend on your location and power supply
hello,remove all covers arond the exit area lift cart door, control panel screw ,slide left,remove glass.holes in top under glass and under control panel,slide top to left,look down into holes to see screws holding fuser in.three connectors slide out exit side ,carefully dissasemble fuser to remove jam.i replace at least one unit a week.do use sharp objects
You most likely have a problem with your fuser rachet dive gear or it could be the upper fixing roller drive gear. I would first look to see if any of screws are lose that hold the fuser in. It could be just from wary and tary on the fuser or it could be that the lower fixing roller is damaged. If your copier has over 50k on it may just be easier to replace the whole fixing unit. Good Luck
We have a Xerox 6120 which is mechanically identical to the 2430. It was reporting media jams. We determined after removal and careful inspection that the fuser roller and fuser pressure roller had been damaged by what looked like someone attempting to clear a jam with a sharp object. I cannot speak re: the 2430, but the fuser in the 6120 is not a FRU. The construction of the fuser doesn't tolerate any flaws on either surface. There was more paper jammed in the fuser where we couldn't see it until we had the fuser out of the printer. We are shopping for a new printer as the repairs will cost more than we paid for the printer.