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Canon PC1060 Have a PC1060 with paper exit sensor popped out of place. what is the easiest way to remove platen and get to the fuser. Any general explanation would greatly help. Thanks T George

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The fuser comes out the left side, not from the top of the copier.

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Hi marcbachm177,

Please follow the steps below on how to remove paper jams inside printers in hard-to-reach places, a pair of medical forceps is often useful.

1. Take off 3 plastic covers one above exit area-slide top to left to access screw. Remove lower exit cover and side cover -unsnaps with 2 pins and there is one more cover I think over the fan that needs to come off.

2.Locate black plastic sheet covering a circuit board carefully pull this back-disconnect 3 plastic connectors that lead from the heater to the circuit board.

3. Using a offset phillips #2 screwdriver remove 3 screws that hold the fuser to the frame.

4. Carefully lift fuser up and out toward the exit area.

5. Pop off black cover remove 2 screws from top of fuser, disengage cover lid locks with a small screwdriver, lift upper fuser heater - be careful NOT to damage plastic heater membrane. remove paper jam and reassemble.

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2.Locate black plastic sheet covering a circuit board carefully pull this back-disconnect 3 plastic connectors that lead from the heater to the circuit board
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pull back black plastic sheet
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