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Model XC1044 a black/gray washer with teeth (cog) snapped so that the paper will not enter the fuser. (stops with a 1/2 done page). Can we purchase the cog to replace the broken one?

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Thats not a hard part to replace, nor is it expensive.

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BLACK LINE


Greetings,
usually this would be either a cartridge or a fuser.since you changed a cartridge and it's still there.most likely it is the fuser.

you could double check by doing a half stop test.start a print from tray 1 and when the trailing edge of paper is just entering the machine,open the printer to stop print and take out the cartridge,open it's shutter and look at it's drum and the paper just underneath.if the issue ios not at either of those places,then probably the fuser.

if you take out the fuser ,you may be able to see an issue with a fuser roller.like a tear or other anamoly.
Also More than likely your fuser is peeling. Pretty easy to check...power down printer and pull rear door then unlatch the fuser and look at the fuser rollers...more than likely the bottom roller is peeling on one side...you'll know it when you see it...

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this is the solution:
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To enter a code: Select the first part of the code using the copy quantity buttons, followed by the 'Print' button, then the second part of the code followed by the 'Print' button again.

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