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Hello,
To resolve the issue, please try reseating the fixing assembly. To do so, please follow the instructions below:
1) Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Caution: The fuser unit and surrounding area can become extremely hot during operation. Perform the following procedure after the fuser unit has cooled down completely. Touching the fuser unit when it is still hot may result in burns. skumar_sreen_0.gif

2) Turn the lock release levers located on the back of the machine in the direction of the arrow and release the lock. skumar_sreen_1.gif

3) Hold the grip on the fuser unit and remove it. skumar_sreen_2.gif

Caution: The fuser unit weighs approximately 3.3 lb (1.5 kg), and it is heavier on the back side. Be sure to hold the grip securely when carrying a fuser unit. Dropping the unit may result in personal injuries. skumar_sreen_3.gif

4) Hold the grip on the fuser unit and install it securely. skumar_sreen_4.gif

5) Lock the fuser unit by turning the two lock release levers in the direction of the arrow. skumar_sreen_5.gif

6) Connect the power cord and all interface cables.
7) Plug the power cord in the wall outlet to turn on the machine.

Laser Canon... | Answered on Aug 30, 2011


That is in fact a problem with the printers fuser, which melts the toner to the paper. You should replace the fuser (part# 675K65654). To replace it open the front door, and at the top right you should see a gray clip you push down and then slide the fuser out starting with the right. When installing the new fuser slide the left side in first and then the right. Iteminc.com has this part in stock and ships same day. Hope this helps, good luck. Thanks for using FixYa!

Laser Phaser... | Answered on Aug 11, 2011


There are Many MF8180C out there...and they are a good machine...however they had a Manufacturing FAULT and that is the POOR Quality of one Small plug on the FUSER unit RU5-8125....The FEMALE PLUG in the BACK of this machine has faulty Female Pins that Can and DO get pushed back into the base of the PLUG when the fuser is removed and reinserted...
Initally People THINK that the Fuser is BURNT out...BUT

Put a Multimeter across the White leads leadinginto the Fuser and then onto the White lead going INTO the Thermostat on the RHS and you should get a Full Circuit indicating that the heating element is IN FACT still OK ! Then Put the Multimeter on the other end of the plug and TEST the THERMOSTAT with the multimeter in the OHMS setting..you should get a resistance reading....Then the Thermostat is OK also....

NOW Just Look at the PINS in the BACK of the PLUG for the FUSER...most likley one/or two are recessed back in the plug...they should all be even at the FRONT of the PLUG....

Get some tweesers and Pull the little Pins Back out...so they are all lined up....

you will need to keep them there so get a TINY amount of Sicaflex (silicone adhesive-heat resistant...) and Put that UNDER Yes UNDER the Base of the PIN !!! NO UNDER !!!!
if you put in the pin the contacts will not meet....you just need to put a MINUTE amount under this pin to hold it out there.....IF you mess this UP you will have to HARD wire the Fuser in and that is a whole other matter.....

Good Luck Everyone I know this is the issue with the 8180c !!!!

regards Tony Gordon
www.whitelightfilm.com

Laser Canon... | Answered on Aug 04, 2011


Here's your support page.

There are various resets based on different messages.

Hope this helps!

Laser Canon... | Answered on May 01, 2011


Run Maintenance mode from admin menu and run clean procedure, if it does not solve your PHU is likely to fail soon. same happened to mine.

hope this helps!

Laser 3115cn... | Answered on Apr 18, 2011


Yes, there is. In fact this Brother 5340D does envelopes better than any printer I have ever had!

Open the back of the printer, to the left (when leaning over front of printer) is a small blue lever. Push this down until its horizantal. Open up the manual feed and put your envelopes in. The will feed straight thru without any bends and come out the back nice and uncrinkled.

This works great for labels as well.

Good luck!

Laser HL-5340D ... | Answered on Apr 11, 2011


I had this issue. It's amazing how simple it is...
You sent something to the Manual Feed and the printer is waiting for you to put paper in it.
To fix? Open it up, place a sheet of paper in manual feed, it'll print and then return to normal.

Good luck

Laser HL-5340D ... | Answered on Apr 11, 2011


reinstall the printer driver software

Laser 3115cn... | Answered on Jan 31, 2011


59.50 ERROR

alternates with

To continue turn off then on

A main motor (M1) error has occurred. Motor

operation is verified during device power-up.

1. Turn the device off and then on.

2. Verify that nothing is hindering the main

motor. If necessary, remove all paper

trays and the print cartridge, and then

turn on the device and listen for motor

operation.

3. Verify that the main motor is connected

to connector J407 on the ECU. (See

Figure 6-9 ECU wiring on page 195.)

You might have to remove the main

cooling fan to see this connection.

4. If the message persists, replace the
motor.

Part #
RK2-1488 Main Motor

Laser Jet P3005d... | Answered on Jan 17, 2011


Memory Supply Error 10.00.00 The printer is unable to read or write to the print

cartridge e-label, or the e-label is not on the cartridge.


Basically what is happening is the printer cannot read the small chip on the toner cartridge. The chip is located on the front right of the toner cartridge as it is inserted into the printer. 1 - Make sure the toner is firmly seated into the printer. 2 - Power cycle the printer with the toner out of the printer. Install the toner back into the printer. 3 - Install another toner cartridge. 3 - Verify that the e-label connector is firmly seated in connector J510 on the ECU. You might have to remove the main cooling fan.


Contact a local HP Authorized Service Center for further assistance.

Laser Jet P3005... | Answered on Jan 15, 2011


Hello, there is a routine built into the printer you can run from the front panel.

Select the Menu and navigate to the "Configure Device" navigate to "Print Quality" navigate to "Create Cleaning Page" The Printer will request a piece of paper to be put into the bypass tray, it will then print a page. The page will be printed with instructions on how to complete the process. I would sugguest running this this at least 2 times and then every time the toner is change. A routine of running this cleaning page should help prolong the life of the fuser, I hope this helps and answers your question.....Cheers!!


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Laser Jet P3005d... | Answered on Jan 15, 2011


When you print something from a website and the print box comes up, click on preferences tab, and when it comes up click on color . Then click on print in grayscale and change the setting from High Quality to Black ink only, click apply at the bottom, then OK. It should print in black ink.

Laser Phaser... | Answered on Jan 11, 2011


Is it a white or black line?There can be a piece of paper in the drum cartridge or the drum is damaged!Scratched!Try replacing the drum cartridge!Good Luck!

Laser Canon... | Answered on Dec 07, 2010

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