Question about Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer
After printing my new CLP-300 feels very warm and sometimes smells hot. Is it necessary to turn the printer off when not in use?
The smelland heat is probably from the fuser as it gets extremely hot, if the printer's new it might settle down. No you shouldn't have to turn the printer off when not in use.
Posted on May 18, 2008
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Samsung fuser units are very suceptible to voltage variations and get damaged easily. The fuser's thermofuse probably got damaged and became unable to read temperature. The only way to get it fis is to replace the fuser in an Authorized Service Center (ASC). Your unit has a 1 year complete warranty coverage by Samsung and any real ASC without charging you.
After the unit is fixed, get a good transient surge suppresor to help protect the unit. Good luck.
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