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How do you remove a paper jam at the site where the paper exits the printer (causing an accordian-style fold)

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Turn off and unplug the machine you can open the front door open the exit side where the paper exits out gently remove paper the issue is caused by the upper fuser claws on the fuser unit they are worn you will need to replace them or replace the fuser unit assembly as other internal parts in the fuser may also be worn like the rollers
This should be done by a trained certified engineer

WHEN YOU TURN OF MACHINE MAKE SURE TO OPEN DOORS AND WAIT A FEW HOURS SO THE FUSER AREA CAN COOL DOWN CAUTION THE FUSER AREA IS VERY HOT

Posted on Feb 11, 2011

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