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Help please Fuser Problem?

When i print the image comes partial some parts of the image print some don't and the ink comes off from the paper help

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  • MomCarol May 20, 2008

    I have a similar problem. In addition, I get shadows on the page. The same print comes out on of the page very lightly. Also, lots of smudging. I have this problem when I do labels and envelopes as well. I recently replaced the fuser and I though that I wouldn't have the problem anymore, but still do - not always. It's been very frustrating

  • MomCarol May 20, 2008

    I realized I didn't replace the fuser. I replaced the drum.

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I'm sure you already know the answer to this, the fuser isn't getting hot enough - either the bulb or a thermistor is faulty.

Posted on May 17, 2008

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Poor fusing of the toner onto the paper is caused by


1. Poor quality compatible/remanufactured toner cartridges that have the wrong toner in them. - Use OEM, or better quality independent toners (and complain to your current supplier about the ones you have)

2. Damp media - high moisture content in the paper prevents correct fusing. You'll probably see the paper 'steaming' as it comes out if this is the case. - Keep your paper dry, only load as much as you need.

3. Thicker than normal media. The thicker the paper, the longer/more heat it takes to fuse the toner. - Make sure you have the correct paper type set in the printer driver at print time.

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You need to specify the paper type when the print dialog box appears. Heavy glossy paper needs to spend more time in the fuser so that the toner is fixed.

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For a laser printer, printing is a few steps:
* receiving the print-data (which seems to be working fine)
* putting an electrostatic charge on the drum, by using a laser to draw the print-image onto the drum (working?)
* forcing toner into contact with the drum, but only the "charged" part of the drum holds the ink (working?)
* using heat from the fuser-unit to "melt" the toner into the paper (working?)
* ejecting the paper

If the paper is warm, then the fuser is working.
If not, then your fuser needs replacing.

Either take the printer to a qualified printer technician, for professional trouble-shooting, or buy a replacement printer, and responsibly recycle the old printer.

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I have a Dell 5100CN, and believe that this problem is caused by the drum not releasing the full charge which holds the ink in place on the drum until the page is printed. After the image is transfered to the Drum, the 'Fuser' unit heats up the paper and pressure forces the paper against the drum to transfer the toner from the drum to the paper.

Since the Image is printing, and you are getting a ghost, I guess that the problem is most likely the 'Pressure Roller' or 'Heater' in the 'Fuser' unit.

Buying the Fuser unit from Dell could cost you around $200 from Dell, but I just found one on eBay for $129 Got to www.ebay.com and search for item number 190388919845

I highly recommend that you buy a new OEM (original Equipment Manufacturer (Genuine Dell)) 'Fuser Unit'

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The Fuser is what puts the image/text on the paper.

Replacement of the fuser unit will correct this. The average price for a unit is 175-225 dollars + install.

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You either have a bad toner cartridge or have a problem with the fusing assembly. If it's the fuser will need to have the fuser replaced.

Here's how to tell which it is. Measure the distance from the original image to the first time it repeats on the page.
30.8mm (1.21") = toner cartridge
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Hope that helps you. :)

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