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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The most common place for these to squeak is the fuser, usually a bushing that holds the lower (pressure) roller has failed and the shaft is grinding against the frame of the fuser. Grinding will usually occur shortly after. You need to remove the fuser and examine where the lower roller's shaft comes out to the gear for bushing wear. Then you can replace the fuser with a rebuilt, or replace the right and left bushings if you want to tear down the fuser. Another squeak can come from a toner having bad bushings allowing the drum to rub the plastic housing of the toner. Yet another could be the bushings holding the final roller shaft for the exit bin, requires removal of the top,
Service manual can be downloaded at feedroller.com - down the left nav bar at the bottom is a link to manuals.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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