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The fuser is bad and needs to be replaced. What model is it?

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

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Was the jam in the Fixing/Fuser Assy.? Because a E007 is related to a non-detection of the Fixing Film/Upper Roller not spinning correctly. Please check the condtion of your Film also check the green handle in this area for paper jam removal if it is broken or removed, may also cause this error.
error codad E007 First make sure fuser plastic not damage? Or not move the proper place? if damage fuser plastic Replace by new one if the fuser plastic not damage keep proper place.
fixing fuser film is worn out or broken remove the fixing unit ang check the fuser film if its worn out broken replace a new one .

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