Question about Canon ImageClass D880 Copier
The paper is in an area that is not accessable (fuser area). I've taken a few pieces of plastic off, but before I go any further I need some help or pictures of the parts to remove to get at the paper???
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...
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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