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    set fuser on MP 5054

    one of my guys has gone to the copier to fit p/r and h/r and thermistor he has fitted all the parts and now the copier says fuser not set .
    he has checked all the wires etc but cant get it to clear any one had this problem.


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Quote Originally Posted by slot View Post
    one of my guys has gone to the copier to fit p/r and h/r and thermistor he has fitted all the parts and now the copier says fuser not set .
    he has checked all the wires etc but cant get it to clear any one had this problem.
    WHAT WAS THE PROBLEM BEFORE? Was is kicking a fuser error? did he reset the error code?


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    thanks for the reply the only reason for the roller change was for marks on copies and near life parts no SCs etc.


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Quote Originally Posted by slot View Post
    thanks for the reply the only reason for the roller change was for marks on copies and near life parts no SCs etc.
    did he reset the parts life?


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Quote Originally Posted by slot View Post
    one of my guys has gone to the copier to fit p/r and h/r and thermistor he has fitted all the parts and now the copier says fuser not set .
    he has checked all the wires etc but cant get it to clear any one had this problem.
    I've found it to be very easy to damage the wires in the two small looms you have to connect at the back of the machine. You can be quite easy rip them out of the connector or break them off at the connector.

    They might look ok at a casual glance but be broken.


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Quote Originally Posted by sturmtrooper View Post
    I've found it to be very easy to damage the wires in the two small looms you have to connect at the back of the machine. You can be quite easy rip them out of the connector or break them off at the connector.

    They might look ok at a casual glance but be broken.
    I did that on my first time working on a fuser on this model.....


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Thanks guys we will re check the connesctors i suspect that is where the problem is


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Quote Originally Posted by sturmtrooper View Post
    I've found it to be very easy to damage the wires in the two small looms you have to connect at the back of the machine. You can be quite easy rip them out of the connector or break them off at the connector.

    They might look ok at a casual glance but be broken.
    I agree, also careful and dont break the the rear pressure arm next to it...: (

    Izzy

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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Quote Originally Posted by jonhiker View Post
    I did that on my first time working on a fuser on this model.....

    It wasn't my first time working on the model, but the first time I went to take the fuser out of a relatively new machine the connectors were in so tight I damaged them. Had to strip the wire back and re-do the connector was not fun. The second time was on an older machine.

    At this point I just use my pliers to grab at an empty wire socket in the connector and work it loose if it doesn't come out easily. When I put it back in I don't shove them in hard like I would most harnesses.

    Luckily it's not often the fusers have to be worked with on these models. I miss the ones where the connector was built into the frame though.


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    Re: set fuser on MP 5054

    Quote Originally Posted by sturmtrooper View Post

    Luckily it's not often the fusers have to be worked with on these models. I miss the ones where the connector was built into the frame though.
    I agree. It was stupid to replace the "slide in" connection with the riskier/fragile wiring harness.


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