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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormhammer View Post
    Just wait until you have to take apart a 201 or 301.

    We have a lot of 201, i know what you mean

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    It's not easy being green 1,000+ Posts Cipher's Avatar
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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    I've had a few break.

    The part numbers have changed a couple of times now.

    The most recent part number change is:

    AB012233 - Hot Roller Gear
    (Old p/n: AB012062, B1404194)

    AE020242 - Pressure Roller
    (Old p/n: AE020209)

    Those two part changes cover the 00, 01, 02 and new 03 range (excluding the 90 ppm models).


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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    That new 03 model like kinda nice, they've made a few nice changes. Let's hope for best, we need a more reliable machine.


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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    Replace the AE01 1117 and replace it.
    The quality of new parts is very poor


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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    I make it a habit to replace the gear every time I PM the fuser. I wish they came in the kit.

    Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk


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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    We fit a new gear every time we fit a new hot roller as there was a high incidence of the gear giving up the ghost with in a week of a new H/R being fitted.

    At least 50% of IT is a solution looking for a problem.

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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    • so which gear is better the AB012233? or the AB01 2316?
    • the AB012316 is from the mp6002 parts guide but precision roller shows it fits much older models.
    • the AB012233 on precision roller shows it fits new models including mp6002.
    • which gear is newer (supposed to be better longer lasting?)
    • makes me confused


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    Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    Quote Originally Posted by fireater View Post
    • so which gear is better the AB012233? or the AB01 2316?
    • the AB012316 is from the mp6002 parts guide but precision roller shows it fits much older models.
    • the AB012233 on precision roller shows it fits new models including mp6002.
    • which gear is newer (supposed to be better longer lasting?)
    • makes me confused
    this thread is over 2 years old...


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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormhammer View Post
    Just wait until you have to take apart a 201 or 301.

    I just rebuilt a 301 fuser on Monday... That was LOTS of "No Fun"!


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    Re: Broken Fuser gears 2075- MP 8000

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    this thread is over 2 years old...
    It does not matter how old this thread is, the question is, what gear is the newest/most reliable? I'd like to know also, as they are still failing?


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