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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
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    In the service manual it shows on page 197 under step 1 of the fuser assy. removal, a back flapper holder that needs removed. I believe that to be the guide we are trying to locate a number for.

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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Just wondering if you had any thoughts on the aforementioned guide? Is there another series of this machine that might be similar to this who's parts manual might show that piece? Curiosity only really. The customer said for the most part it runs fine without it so long as they don't duplex then it tends to jam.

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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisG View Post
    Just wondering if you had any thoughts on the aforementioned guide? Is there another series of this machine that might be similar to this who's parts manual might show that piece? Curiosity only really. The customer said for the most part it runs fine without it so long as they don't duplex then it tends to jam.
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    I had pointed out the guide... it IS NOT in the fuser IPB... but rather FRAME diagram look at #7 ( i believe )


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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    I had pointed out the guide... it IS NOT in the fuser IPB... but rather FRAME diagram look at #7 ( i believe )
    I apologize I thought I had replied to this already but obviously I didn't. #7 is the guide with the 4 little rollers in it. I've attached the picture from the book of the guide we were looking for.

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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisG View Post
    I apologize I thought I had replied to this already but obviously I didn't. #7 is the guide with the 4 little rollers in it. I've attached the picture from the book of the guide we were looking for.
    did a search in the PM of the back flapper mentioned in the SM... no such bird...

    sat on hold with TS for 20mins until I got disconnected ( must have been their break time? )

    will try again later.


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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    did a search in the PM of the back flapper mentioned in the SM... no such bird...

    sat on hold with TS for 20mins until I got disconnected ( must have been their break time? )

    will try again later.
    No worries. It's just more for curiosity now than anything else. I did misspeak with the picture numbers. #7 is the plate in front of #8 but it shows 2 screws securing it. Which is what I was trying to say, but it's Friday and my attention level to detail was low. haha

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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    These rollers are parts of Fuser unit unfortunately. They will come separated like in picture when new Fuser is purchased.
    Don't think only rolers with that little plastic guide can be purchased separate.
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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    These rollers are parts of Fuser unit unfortunately. They will come separated like in picture when new Fuser is purchased.
    Don't think only rolers with that little plastic guide can be purchased separate.
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    we have determined that guide is NOT the one in question.. but thanks for trying.


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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Well, my bad. Interestingly they seems to omited this Back flapper holder. Only found shadow of it in MFC-L8900CDW/L9570CDW parts list.
    Нevertheless, NО part number.

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    Re: Brother MFC L8650cdw

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    Well, my bad. Interestingly they seems to omited this Back flapper holder. Only found shadow of it in MFC-L8900CDW/L9570CDW parts list.
    Нevertheless, NО part number.

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    yup I ran into the same issue... thanks for trying


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