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Paper keeps on getting jammed on my canon d860 copier . was todl the fuser needed to be changed. Would this solve the problem adn for how long? I am told cost is 125$ for the fuser adn 75$ to install . IF fixed , how long will copier last befor eanother problem comes up?

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Hi,
if you change the fuser asy by the book it goes about 80000 to 100000 copies.
If you only change the fixing film if it isnt goodly adjusted and if there is also problem with pressure roller then that would not be a good idea.

Im telling you these without seeing the machine or without knowing your monthly volume of copies.

These is small volume machine for "home usage", if you want quality and better machine buy Canon ir 3225N. These is serious office machine, with extended parts life.

Hope that helped!

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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