I need to remove my fuser to remove a paper jam. Problem is, the picture in the manaul/instructions look NOTHZING like what the inside of my printer looks like!
Manual says "4. Move the black locking switches at both ends of the fuser unit forward to the unlocked position." (see http://i16.tinypic.com/67nqgiq.jpg)
I am completely and utterly stumped. I see NOTHING that remotely resembles the pictures, and certainly nothing that can even be MOVED to locked/unlocked positions. I do see the green handles and I can lift them up, but I can't remove the fuser. (see http://i1.tinypic.com/624fo5h.jpg)
The manual says I need to open latch C, but my fuser unit is on the inside of latch B, and doesn't require me to even open latch C to access. (see http://www.xerox.com/office/6250kb/,case=R1001037637)
Need urgent help as I cannot use my print until I remove the one piece of paper stuck under the fuser. Thanks.
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That problem is the registration clutch.
You have to order the registration assembly to get the clutch. It is located on assembly with the black and stainless steel roller, you have to pop out the imaging unit to see it.
But that WILL fix your problem. They changed the style of clutch also. It is more reliable now.
Doubt it be the fuser(100 000life), "just magenta dots".... fuser would be "all smudged" or "black marks" , "the print rubs off" , "paper is creasing or jamming"
Can prove it by stopping a print (open door) when paper is1/2 way threw machine, you need to stop it before it goes threw the hot bit, so you can tell if the hot bit (fuser) puts the marks on the paper.
Transfer roller one would expect to effect whole print Smudged/Faint,uneven density
It will be the imaging unit ( 30 000 pagelife Ouch$ ) or possible leaking toner (if aftermarket)
Remove imaging unit and inspect film you should find image of lines, dots are usually chips or sticky stuff on drum surface, carefull no oily human fingers on surface please.
When stopping machine mid print and perfecting your timing, pull out the imaging unit and look at replica of your print notice if marked and where.