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Paper jam One of the technicians said that it is due to the fuser roller is worn out. Do you think if I replace the fuser roller will solve the problem?

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Very well could be,
1-if the plastic over the lower fuser is wrinkled torn or missing it will cause jams
2-if the top fuser roller is losing it's teflon coat also

when you do replace the roler/s change the claws also.

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