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HOW DO YOU REPLACE THE DRUM IN A CANON IMAGERUNNER IR1600 COPIER

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Hi,
do you mean complete drum unit?
If yes, you need to open front cover, realese the blue handle, remove the left sideway cover ( cover above the bypass tray, that have handle in the middle and goes out in left direction - TRANSFER COVER ), you will see two handles, left and right of the drum ( green roller ), grab them and pull the drum unit out.
Reinsert new drum unit, put back the transfer cover, lock the blue handle and close front cover.

Hope that helps!

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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