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Where to get fuser and rollers

Where did you purchase your fuser for a dell 1600? I called Dell and they said they didnt carry a fuser or rollers, much less a kit.

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Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, I've been out of town for a few days.
The parts you need for the 1600n are from Dell.
Part# N5796 - Fuser
Part# M5512 - ADF pickup arm roller

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the last set of rollers are fuser rollers you have a heat roller and a pressure roller the pressure roller is made of rubber and the heat roller is made of aluminium.from the your question im guessing that the paper is wrapped around the heat roller. if this roller has scratches in the serface it does need replacingalso if the pressure roller is damaged it also will cause a papetr jam.
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I have a Dell 5100CN, and believe that this problem is caused by the drum not releasing the full charge which holds the ink in place on the drum until the page is printed. After the image is transfered to the Drum, the 'Fuser' unit heats up the paper and pressure forces the paper against the drum to transfer the toner from the drum to the paper.

Since the Image is printing, and you are getting a ghost, I guess that the problem is most likely the 'Pressure Roller' or 'Heater' in the 'Fuser' unit.

Buying the Fuser unit from Dell could cost you around $200 from Dell, but I just found one on eBay for $129 Got to and search for item number 190388919845

I highly recommend that you buy a new OEM (original Equipment Manufacturer (Genuine Dell)) 'Fuser Unit'

Good Luck

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When should the fuser and rollers be replaced on the Dell 3110cn?

Fuser life is 100,000 pages.

Pickup and transport rollers - replace when defective - no 'fixed' life, but if you are replacing fuser, it's worth changing the pickup and transport rollers at the same time.

Note Transfer belt also has a 100,000 page life.

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Dell 5100cn is printing duplicate text and images..what do we do after vacuuming excess toner has not solved the problem?

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You may need a new FUSER. The fuser is the hot thing in the back that bonds the toner to the paper. The fuser heat roller is coated with teflon so the toner won't stick to it while it's heating the paper. After a period of time/number of pages (usually 100,000+), the teflon wears out and the toner starts sticking to it and then gets transferred back to the paper after a revolution.

Is the whole image repeating? Chances are good that it's the fuser. If only one color is repeating, it's probably a faulty toner cartridge, as it may have worn out before the toner ran out. Have you changed cartridges yet? If you have not and don't want to buy another just to see if it will work, try a "half-page test. Start printing something. When yoou think the paper is about halfway through the printer, open the cartridge door to stop the printing. Don't worry about the error. Pull out the toner cartridge and see if the repeat defect occurs before the fuser. If it does, try a new cartridge. If it does not, you need a new fuser.

The Dell fuser is not as easy to change as an HP fuser, but if you are brave and have a screwdirver, you may be able to do it without calling a technician. Service manuals afor Dell printers are hard to track down. Fusers can be found online for about $200-300. Best bet, if you don't know what you're doing is to call a Dell authorized servicer.

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I had a clean the ctd sensor problem as well, as a problem with toner that I had ordered. The problem for me was that with Dell, when I called for support, the young lady on the other end of the phone although nice, was difficult to understand, and did not clearly define how you get to the ctd sensor.
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