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Toner Replacement Where is the toner cartridge located? The only thing visible is the fuser.

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There is a second door on the front, between the main door and the control panel, that opens down. The toner bottle goes goes in sideways.

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Hp 1312 fuser


G'day Bob.
The fuser (or drum) is usually what the toner cartridge sits in, with a hewlett packard the fuser is in the same door, remove the toner and the leavers to remove the fuser should be visible.
I hope this points you in the right direction.RegardsGmeier

Oct 26, 2011 | Printers & Copiers

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After I changed a replacement toner cartridge. I had few pages print out Okay but afterward, Vertical white strip on the center of page appeared. I don't know how to fix it.


3 things can cause these problems
Lack of toner or faulty toner cartridge.- shake cartridge and try again Defective fuser - replace fuser Contamination in the laser path -. 1.)Clean the laser path. (Remove the laser/scanner assembly and clean the lens.).2.) Replace the laser/scanner assembly

Mar 07, 2011 | Canon PC150 Personal Copier (PC 150,...

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We have an AL1651CS. Machine is making a horrible racket when turned on. Sounds like something wants to move but is hooked on something else. The noise is coming from the right side of the machine where...


This is usually one of 2 things. The first thing to check is to make sure that the waste toner box on the toner cartridge is not overflowing. Just open the door to the toner and pull the toner cartridge out a few inches. The Black box on the front of the cartridge is the waste toner. There should not be toner piled up there and if you slide the little "door" open on the box you should not see toner all the way to the top. If this is ok then close this back up and open the right side door. Check the 2 silver screws that hold the fuser unit in. The fuser is the part that gets hot and is located near the top of the area now open. It has a little gate you can open with a row of "teeth" on it. Once you have located the fuser just look on either side. You should be able to see a screw on each side. Vibration can cause the screws to loosen and cause the noise. Especially the one to the rear side. If these are tight then you have significant wear going on with the fuser drive and will need to call a service technician to check it out. Maybe you can reply with how many copies you have run on your machine. This will give me an idea if fuser drive wear would be an issue. You can get the copy count by holding down the "C" key for 4 or 5 seconds. You will then get flashing numbers. Just write them down in order. So if you were to see for example these numbers flash: 12....06....63 then this would indicate 120,663 copies.
Good Luck and Thank You for using Fixya.
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Dec 21, 2010 | Printers & Copiers

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Two lines are showing up on the paper on all copies and faxes


Hi there. There could be up to three things causing the the lines on your print outs.

1. Toner Cartridge is going bad.
2. Toner drum could be going bad.
3. Your fuser could be going bad.

The one way to test this is to start a print out and as it starts going open the front cover to where your toner cartridge goes in. This will stop the print in its tracks. You might need to do this a couple times to catch the paper in the right area. Pull out the toner cartridge and see if the lines are showing up there. Remove the paper, but be careful though the toner has not been fused to the paper yet and you can get it on your or your clothes. If the lines are showing up then your best bet is to replace the toner cartridge. But if they don't show up then it could be the drum or fuser. Most laser printers have a drum built into the toner cartridge, but there are some with separate drums. The Toner cartridge is the most common cause. Its very rare for a fuser to cause lines but they can go bad and cause a build up on the fuser of toner.

Best of luck...

Nov 18, 2010 | Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Laser All-in-One ...

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My hp1012 is printing dark with shading on the pages and shadow or echos. Can something be replaced or fixed?


with this issue, you pretty much have to run a half way test unless you have the convieniance of another toner to try. basically, it's either going to br your toner or your fuser and a halfway test will determine this if you don't have another toner to try.

The Half-way Test

You will need to print a page and open the toner lid when you think the paper is underneath the toner cartridge. This will stop the printing so you can pull the toner cartridge out and look at the partially printed paper. It may take a few tries to time this test correctly so the paper stops under the toner but not completely into the fuser.
1. Print a test page from Tray 1, the "fold-down" Multi-Purpose tray on your printer.
2. Just as the test page completely disappears into the printer, open the toner lid door. The print job will stop, sensing an error.

3. Pull the toner cartridge out, and you will find the test page sitting directly underneath the toner.
4. Carefully remove the page by gently pulling the page upwards & free from the toner cavity. Careful! The toner has not yet been fused to the paper, so the print can be somewhat messy on your hands and may smudge easily.

Examine the printout.
1. If you do not see the print defect on your test page, that means the defect is being added later in the print process by the fuser. Fusers are the main component in a maintenance kit; click here to view our selection of maintenance kits for various LaserJet printers.
2. If the print defect is visible on this printout, that means the print defect is occurring before the fuser. Try replacing the toner cartridge (click here to view our selection of toner cartridges).
If you determine the print defect is occurring before the fuser, and swapping toners doesn’t fix the problem, there could be several things causing the problem. In the order of most likely to least likely: you could have two defective toner cartridges, the transfer roller might be faulty, the laser scanner could be dirty or defective, or the high voltage power supply could be bad. You might want to email or call since these scenarios are not as common.

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Jul 24, 2010 | HP LaserJet 1012 Printer

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Dark lines appear on each page I print on the printer. I have cleaned every roller, dumped the old toner and added new toner.


Are the lines vertical or horizontal?

vertical lines can be caused by several things.
Since you said that cleaned the rollers, then here are other options
1: Most common is a bad toner cartridge.
2: try cleaning the fuser entrance guide.
3: could be a defective formatter - formatter replacement the fix.
4: worn fuser. fuser replacement is the fix.

horizontal lines are probably repetitive down the page, and are usually caused by a defective toner cartridge or fuser assembly. occasionaly a transfer roller will cause it as well.

Toner loves to get baked onto the fuser and cause all kinds of print problems. Not much you can do but to replace the fuser when this happens.

Oct 17, 2009 | OKI OL 400e Led Printer

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Pale smudges regularly spaced down left margin, 1.5 inches apart


Hi:

Since you have already replace the toner cartridge then the most likely culprit is the fuser assy. You can test this by trying to print something and stop it by opening the cover just as the paper is trying to pass under the toner cart. Remove the toner cart carefully and look at the unfused print on the paper. Do you see the faint smudges? If not, then the problem lies with the fuser assy. This is the unit that gets hot and fuses the toner to the paper. If this is the case you will need to have a tech replace it for you.

Good Luck

Andrew

Jun 27, 2009 | Brother HL 5250DN Laser Printer

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Toner does not adhere to paper


You have got a warped fuser this is the hot thing that cooks the toner onto the paper. Your best trying to locate a fuser unit for the machine this will solve your problem.

May 06, 2009 | Samsung SCX 4200 All-In-One Laser Printer

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Fuser Error 50.1 Fuser is hot. What is a fuser?


I think the fuser is in your **** part. This problem can be corrected by sitting in a tub of salt water. Make sure the printer is plugged in and is powered on. Is the display lit? If it is place the printer in the tub of water you are sitting in. You sould now be able to realize nobody cares and it no longer matters

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