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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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The U4 code means you have a fser heat problem. The fuser is the assembly that heats up and "fuses" the toner onto the paper. It is located near where the paper exits the machine. There is a reset procedure you can use to try and see if the code will reset. If it does not then you would need to have it serviced. It is quite old and there is a concern wether it would be worth repairing. I would use to get parts or more information if you need to persue a repair. I have used them quite a bit in the past.
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To enter a code: Enter the first part of the code followed by the 'Start' button, then the second part of the code followed by the 'Start' button again.
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The lines may come from the toner/ drum cartridge. Try stopping the job by opening a cover, and see if the defect exists before it reaches the fuser.
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The toner/ drum unit is 013R00605 (several alternate numbers exist)
And it could also be the transfer roller 022N02107

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Open the top cover.

Remove the toner and drum cartridge. Where the paper comes out you'll see a cover for the fuser held by two screws. Remove the screws, pull straight up to remove that cover. The fuser is there.

Check the eject switch actuator. mounted on top of the fuser, it might be broken.

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Although it fit the broken fuser, it does not mean it's ok.
1-they must have the same number of teeth ( diif. gears have diff. amounts of teeth)
2-it must be the same diameter ( so they can mesh together, otherwise it's touching the tip of hte teeth and may be skipping.

But I'm not sure the double image is coming from there, it would jam the paper because the timing is off.
Anyway you need to eliminate the obvious then see what happens, I think you said you had another tonertry putting that in, if it doesn't work then change the gear for the correct one.


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I am not familiar with this model but the fuser assembly is typically located very close to the exit area of your unit.
This MAY be either a quartz lamp or a solid state heater that uses heat and pressure to fix the loose carbon permanently to the paper.
Its operation can be noticed (if working) by a pronounced higher level of warmth near the document exit.

This may be user replaceable but I wouldn't advise it unless the operator's manual describes the procedure.

The part is not terribly expensive:

Scan down the page for your model number.

Before siccing a tech o nthis, you might want to open the machine as far as you can without unscrewing stuff and inspect the guts of it; sometimes the error code is wrong about the source of the problem but in this case, it is technically simple to monitor the fuser temperature and report the failure to heat.

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