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    Laserjet 4000TN dissassembly question

    I broke a guide on uppermost drawer assembly of an HP Laserjet 4000TN when forcing a stuck drawer open.

    Now I am having difficulty finding the best way to replace it.

    I included a diagram showing the part. Does anyone know how this section comes apart ?

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    Re: Laserjet 4000TN dissassembly question

    All of the steps are in the service guide . Looking at the diagram you have the manual.

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    Re: Laserjet 4000TN dissassembly question

    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Bill View Post
    All of the steps are in the service guide . Looking at the diagram you have the manual.
    Does that mean separating the printer from the cassettes and removing the top plate of the cassette? I looked for the procedure to replace the specific part and didn't find. I will look again


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    Re: Laserjet 4000TN dissassembly question

    Yes, you will need to separate the engine from the drawer. Simple to do.

    Then start taking the drawer apart. There are no instructions on doing this. You just have to go off what you see. It isn't really bad.


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    Re: Laserjet 4000TN dissassembly question

    Quote Originally Posted by Lance15 View Post
    Yes, you will need to separate the engine from the drawer. Simple to do.

    Then start taking the drawer apart. There are no instructions on doing this. You just have to go off what you see. It isn't really bad.
    Lance, thank you.


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