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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by tufbnme View Post
    I have used that stuff and it smells pretty bad when burning off, lost a customer because of it.
    You must be thinking of some other lubricant such as Lubriplate.


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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    i remember the 1st time i used MOBIL 1 synthetic oil on a old old sharp "around 1984 ish"that had chain drive and a toaster oven to fuse the toner,,,,,i think the operating temp was 350 degrees.......i never did that again.............they would call in HAZMAT now


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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    Molykote HP-500 is a fine high temperature grease, and has no smell whatsoever. Sharp recommended it to the creaky MX-2300 fusers. If done properly the fuser didn't creak until the rollers wore out.: https://www.diytrade.com/china/pd/10...00_Grease.html

    Uniflor 8172 is also a fine high temperature grease. I've used it for HP fuser film lubrication. It does not smell: UniFlor 8172 Uniflor Fixing Film Grease, Genuine (S4800)

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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Molykote HP-500 is a fine high temperature grease, and has no smell whatsoever. Sharp recommended it to the creaky MX-2300 fusers. If done properly the fuser didn't creak until the rollers wore out.: https://www.diytrade.com/china/pd/10...00_Grease.html
    Is there a reason that Dow Corning says Molykote HP 500 is not available in the United States? https://www.dowcorning.com/applicati...OD&country=USA

    Uniflor 8172 is also a fine high temperature grease. I've used it for HP fuser film lubrication. It does not smell: UniFlor 8172 Uniflor Fixing Film Grease, Genuine (S4800)

    =^..^=
    Like Uniflor, like SuperLube is a PTFE thickened high temperature lubricant. Less expensive than what Ricoh sells but considerably more than than the type of SuperLube I have been using.


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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    Is there a reason that Dow Corning says Molykote HP 500 is not available in the United States? https://www.dowcorning.com/applicati...OD&country=USA
    I don't know. Maybe just through distributors, not direct sales?

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by tufbnme View Post
    I have used that stuff and it smells pretty bad when burning off, lost a customer because of it.
    Is there any more backstory to this?


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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    You must be thinking of some other lubricant such as Lubriplate.
    Nope.MP 2852 fuser rebuild-super-jpg

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    Re: MP 2852 fuser rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by sturmtrooper View Post
    Is there any more backstory to this?
    Yes, but I don't like to talk about it.


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