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Printer not taking paper and displaing fuser error

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In my considerable experience with this printer, a fuser error almost exclusively means that the fuser is bad and will need to be replaced. Which error does the machine post?

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Try a Maintenance Kit. It will have a new fuser with it and should help with the problem

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The FUSER is the part of any dry-ink laser-printer. It heats up, and melts the dry-ink onto the paper.

So, an ERROR indicates that the fuser is NOT reaching its "working" temperature.

Replace the FUSER, or take the printer to a qualified technician for remediation.

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An error jut appeared on my laser-jet 4200 saying 50.1 Fuser Error and asked that the printer be switched off and then on but the error is still there and i cannot print. What could be wrong and how can...

A laser printer works by putting the dry toner ink onto the paper, and then using heat, via the "fuser drum", to melt the ink into the paper, permanently bonding the ink to the paper.

So, a "fuser error" means that the fuser unit is not heating up to its "operating" range of temperatures.

Take the printer to a qualified technician, for trouble-shooting, and repair.

It might be cheaper to REPLACE the printer, rather than paying the technician to REPAIR the printer.

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Printer error fuser tempratore

The "fuser" part heats up, and melts the dry toner ink onto the paper, permanently bonding the ink to the paper.

So, a "fuser temperature error" means that the fuser is NOT reaching its "operating" temperature.

Take the printer to a professional technician, for proper trouble-shooting and repair.

Or, if you have a Service Contract with Xerox, telephone their local office, and get them to dispatch a service technicican to your location.

May 09, 2011 | Xerox Phaser 3100MFP/S Laser Printer

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Xerox M15i has a paper jam 2 error, how to fix

Hi, open the right side as if you were removing a jam. You will see 4 silver phillips screws. Remove them, unplug the fuser and slide it out. I think you will find either a paper folded up in the fuser or in the paper path just past the fuser.
The fuser itself probably needs rebuilt or replaced.

Take care

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Model - MFC-7420 - FUSER ERROR

Is the paper that comes out of the paper warm or cool?
If "cool", then the fuser is not operating.

The job of the "fuser" is to generate heat to melt the powdered-ink into the paper, to make a permanent bond.

So, take the printer to a qualified technician, for trouble-shooting.

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The "fuser" is the unit that melts the ink-dots into the paper,
to _permanently_ bond the ink to the paper.

That's why the paper always feels warm when being fed out of the printer.

If the fuser is not heating, you have a "fuser error".

Take the printer to a qualified Samsung technician, for trouble-shooting.

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Paper jam

check paper jam error you need do:
1) between paper input tray and cartridge check any pieces paper
2) between cartridge and fuser area do same thing
3) check fuser and pressure roller(near fuser) any pieces of paper there
4) after fuser to output tray
all above step checking for avoid any pieces paper obstruct any sensor through all paper road, so that cause jam error
hope help you something fixed, please take a rating let me know how much helped you thanks! keep in touch your question

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