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Main board i need to see a diagram of te main board so that i can re-connect the unmarked connectors

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There is a possibility that Fellowes customer service will be able to obtain this info. 1-800-945-4545

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• Fusing heater lamp /3 (L4)
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Solution

1. Check the connection between the rear side connector of the fusing unit and the main body side connector, and repair it if any abnormality.
2. Check the connector connection and the wiring between PRCB and the temperature sensor, and repair it if any abnormality.
3. Check the connector connection and the wiring between ACDB and the fusing heater lamp, and repair it if any abnormality. (Wiring diagram: Main body (1/3): 3-E)
4. Check the installation condition of the fusing heater lamp and ON/OFF with I/O, and repair/replace it if any abnormality. (Wiring diagram: Main body (1/3): 3-D)
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