With an offset #2 phillips screwdriver and some patience you can do this- we have been fixing PLENTY of fusers on the imageclass series-you can get the fuser out thru the exit side of the copier. 1. UNPLUG COPIER , pull platen to left with grey lever 2.remove one screw for upper plastic cover cover pulls down and out 3.remove 2 screws on lower exit cover this comes up and out 4.remove small plastic cover on left side of exit assembly as you face end of copier. 5.pull back black plastic sheet to expose 3 connectors one plugs into circuit board two plug into heater or fuser assembly. unplug these 6.with your offset driver remove 3 screws holding fuser to frame of copier -these will be pointing up. 7. lift fuser up and carefully work out of copier. check for stuck papers or damaged fuser film sleeve. To reseat fuser and replace panels go slow and easy the panels fit back in kinda funky it takes a bit of tinkering. We do not turn the copier upside down to remove the fuser and have replaced about 20 of the fusers or installed a new fuser sleeve. Good luck and ask all ya want if more assistance is required.
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A technician who knows what he is doing is required to access the Canon fuser.
However, If you remove the glass on some later models there is an access hole wear you can get a long shank screwdriver down to the screw that holds the fuser in place. On some older models I have actually drilled a hole through the optics area to access the screw. You can get it with a stubby, but it is not fun. Getting the covers off is like working a rubics cube, good luck...
open the fuser roller area( clear paper jam the rollers are hot wait until it cools down get some spray silicone(similar to wd 40 with a plastic tube to reach small areas spray small amount on any e xposed gears(plastic ) do not spray the fuser rollers
if you see nay other moving parts give them a light spray
1. Take off 3 plastic covers one above exit area-slide top to left to access screw remove lower exit cover and side cover -unsnaps with 2 pins and there is one more cover I think over the fan that needs to come off. 2.Locate black plastic sheet covering a circuit board carefully pull this back-disconnect 3 plastic connectors that lead from the heater to the circuit board 3. using a offset phillips #2 screwdriver remove 3 screws that hold the fuser to the frame. carefully lift fuser up and out toward the exit area. 4. pop off black cover remove 2 screws from top of fuser, disengage cover lid locks with a small screwdriver, lift upper fuser heater-be careful NOT to damage plastic heater membrane. remove paper jam and reassemble.