Question about Lexmark C760 Laser Printer
Remove the fuser assembly
Remove the rear cover
Remove the fuser top duct screw and disconnect tab
Remove the top duct
Remove the redrive belt cover duct
Remove fuser left duct
Remove fuser bottom duct
Swing lever and disengage VTB shaft
Remove the fuser drive assembly screws and remove the fuser drive assembly
Disconnect the J33 and J35 cables from the system board
Remove the four LVPS screws from the rear of the printer
Remove the right rear cover screw
Remove the screw from the top of the LVPS and remove the LVPS from the
• When installing the new power supply, set the voltage range switch to the proper power setting for the
geographic area you are in.
• Be sure to set the voltage range selector switch (A) on the LVPS to the proper setting.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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