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Dell 1100 fuser error

Fuser error.  Where is it located and how would I change it? Is it expensive and should I look for a new printer?

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The fuser is normally located at the back exit door it is the last thing that the paper goes through before exit as this unit welds the toner to the paper. When you purchase one there will be instructions on how to change as they are normally end user maintenance items. I don't think they are expensive certainly not a new machine. Just type in Google search bar fuser for Dell 1100 and there is bound to be a store on the first page that sells them.

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Thanks J

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