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I want to replace the control panel for my Phaser 7400. I have the new part ready to install. I need specific, step by step instructions that start with how to remove covers to replug your printer and turn it back on. :)

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  • roberta712 May 11, 2010

    The part I'm referring to isn't one of the interior control boards. It's the outside LCD control panel.

  • roberta712 May 11, 2010

    Thank you - this was just what I was looking for!

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Hi.

This printer has several control boards.

I am uploading the full service manual, so that you can follow the step by step instructions and help yourself with the pictures. The page will be ready in ten minutes.

Thanks for your patience.

Ginko

Posted on May 11, 2010

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    Ginko May 11, 2010

    Here the manual:

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ME4ZZGL0

    Here the control panel procedure:

    Control Panel
    1. Release the 2 hooks closest to the printer from underneath the Control Panel.
    2. Lift up on the part of the panel closest to the printer to remove the Control Panel
    faceplate.
    3. Remove 1 (metal, 6 mm) screw that secures the ribbon cable.
    4. Disconnect the ribbon cable from the Control Panel Board.
    5. Remove 4 (Black, plastic, 10 mm) screws to remove the Control Panel Hinges.
    6. Remove the Control Panel and Rear Cover.
    7. Release the mounting bracket by sliding it slightly downwards.




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