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Removing covers I am a former copier technician, now a pastor; we have an imageClass D760, well out of warranty. Do you know the sequence of removing the covers so I can get to the fuser unit, or am I going to have to purchase a service manual?

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    WHEN THE PAPER WAS GETTING FED TO COPY ON THE BACK SIDE IT GO STUCK. YOU CAN'T SEE IT BUT YOU CAN HERE IT?

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You may be able to remove the covers by removing screws in the fuser area. Canons are often puzzles, having to remove one panel before another. You'll just have to try one after another.It's usually not too much hassle; just notice the sequence for reassembly.

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