Question about Brother HL 2700CN Laser Printer
There is a nasty grinding/slipping sound from the drive up to my fuser.
I get the impression that the fuser roller is very stiff and the drive train is struggling and slipping sprockets every so often.
I have tried lubricating what I can see of the fuser roller with little effect.
Is it possible to disassemble the fuser and lubricate it?
Shortly after I poseted the problem. I went back and "tricked" the top cover switch into thinking the top cover was closed by pressing the cover sensor with a pen and then tried printing a page. I noticed that the grinding was happening as the printer was spinning the black toner cartridge. By replacing the cartridge this stopped the noise. It could very well have been any of the cartridges, so you may need to do some trial and error.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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