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Paper jam internal, can't access. accordian at exit tray

Paper jam internal, can't access

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  • bfugina May 05, 2010

    How do I get to the fuser unit?

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I have this exact same problem. Do you need a new fuser, or is taking it out and trying to pull out the paper somehow an option? I tried with the fuser in the printer, but there's barely any paper to pull on.

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More the likely it is in the fuser unit of the copier .

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