Take out toner cartridge, remove fuse on back lower left side of cartridge, put cartridge back in printer - should work. you can then remove cartridge again and replace fuse - should still work. believe fuse is supposed to blow when toner empty to indicate time for new cartridge - sometimes this does not happen - removing fuse looks like blown and re-installing looks like new cartridge installed.
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Normally that means the fuser module has failed.
You can order and replace it yourself, I believe they are about $100.
That's what I paid for the last one I replaced.
You can call 1-800-835-6100 and order one.
All you have to do is remove the 4 screws that hold the back cover on, then remove 2 or 4 screws that hold the fuser in. Unplug a couple of plugs and slide in the new fuser. It is really an easy replacement.
I'm guessing that it''s remanufactured? There is a small fuse on the front of the cartridge that may have not been replaced (or not installed at all). This is required to reset the toner unit - it basically blows at installation.
You can try this -it applies to another similar model, but may work for your as well to reset manually:
Press "Menu"....1934 (you may have to press "#" before the number??) display will read something like "Tech mode" Keep pressing "Menu" until displays "new cartridge" Then press "yes", or "ok" or whatever applies to reset.
Rick and Felix are discussing the fuser, not the fuse error you are getting with the your printer. The error relates to a small fuse that is on the toner cartridge which goes into the printer. I am having a similar error message after getting a replacement from Cartridge World (although this is not the first Cartridge World replacement for this printer).
After much research, one suggestion was to remove the cartridge fuse and reinsert the toner cartridge. That worked for me and the CFU Fuse Error message disappeared for me, but I am trying to find out the PURPOSE of having a fuse on the toner cartridge itself. To protect the toner cartridge? Protect the printer? Other?