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    Unhappy CP3525

    Getting ready to replace fuser drive to fix 59.F0. Can see its fuser drive. How long does this replcement take ? 1 hour ? 2 hours?
    How fast have you done one ? Since its my first one, should i plan on half day ?

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    Re: CP3525

    Since its my first one, should i plan on half day ?
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    Re: CP3525

    Most of the time, when something goes wrong, it's because I left a connector unplugged somewhere.

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    Re: CP3525

    Quote Originally Posted by tech07 View Post
    Getting ready to replace fuser drive to fix 59.F0. Can see its fuser drive. How long does this replcement take ? 1 hour ? 2 hours?
    How fast have you done one ? Since its my first one, should i plan on half day ?
    If this is this an HP CP3525 the fuser is a consumable item no tools needed!?

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    Re: CP3525

    Fuser drive... not fuser.


    But most of the time, you can probably get away with just replacing the solenoid without replacing the whole drive unit. There's a little panel on some of them where you can get the solenoid out and repad it. I don't know about this model. If that's the case, you won't have to take the main drive unit off--which is the suckiest part.

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    Re: CP3525

    Quote Originally Posted by theengel View Post
    Fuser drive... not fuser.


    But most of the time, you can probably get away with just replacing the solenoid without replacing the whole drive unit. There's a little panel on some of them where you can get the solenoid out and repad it. I don't know about this model. If that's the case, you won't have to take the main drive unit off--which is the suckiest part.
    Apologies my bad!

    Here's the service manual it may help.

    ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/.../rp.../HP_Color_LaserJet_CP3525_Service_Manual.pdf





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    Re: CP3525

    SO FAR SO GOOD.. Disassemble and install new fuser drive. 1 1/2 hours. Have not reassembled yet.

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    Dude--hopefully, you didn't try to reassemble the next day.

    Actually--maybe that's just me. I always have a much harder time reassembling if I don't do it right away. My short-term memory is minuscule. And I'm not even a pot smoker.

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    i'll be ok. took massive amount of pictures during disassembly

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    UPDATE : Reassembled machine. Thanks to multiple pictures I took at disassembly, I was able to reassemble in just under 2 hours. Everything went smoothly, although the new fuser drive assembly was a little tricky to put in.
    Everything booted up fine until....50.7 fuser error. It looked like the fuser drive gear didnt quite mesh with the drive gear on the fuser. So, I took it all apart again and reinstalled. Still get 50.7. Gears still not meshing unless i push on the fuser real hard. but still get 50.7. I knew my first time for this would be challangeing but REALLY ? Any ideas guys ?

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