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    jaming in the fusing unit

    hi guys

    i have an mp 2000 that jams in the fusing unit when i copy anything with colour content and the copy gets wrapped around the hot roller what could be the problem.

    your assistance will be highly appreciated.

    thanks,
    margic brian.


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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    confused is it an mpc or mp. second whats the service life of the fuser you have in it and also is it oem toner?


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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    Quote Originally Posted by banginbishop View Post
    confused is it an mpc or mp. second whats the service life of the fuser you have in it and also is it oem toner?
    its actually an mp2000 and the fusing unit was just fixed last week no its not original


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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    [QUOTE=margic brian;312729]its actually an mp2000 and the fusing unit was just fixed last week no its not original toner


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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    [QUOTE=margic brian;312730]
    Quote Originally Posted by margic brian View Post
    its actually an mp2000 and the fusing unit was just fixed last week no its not original toner
    so whats with the colour content bit? trying to understand as an mp2000 is b/w. what percentage is the copy i.e. 10% 80% coverage? you can adjust the lead edge to compensate for heavy coverage and non genuine toner is rubbish for these machines as well. destroys dev box unit, fuser jams and pcq. you can also adjust the picker finger metal plates but these cause premature wear ont the fuser roller


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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    Are you using Glossy INKJET photo paper?


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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    increase the lead edge erase margin.

    replace the hot roller if contaminated by toner,

    use oem toner!


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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    Quote Originally Posted by tcs04 View Post
    increase the lead edge erase margin.

    replace the hot roller if contaminated by toner,

    use oem toner!


    DITO!!

    Testing 1-2-3, testing, testing. Is this thing on?

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    Re: jaming in the fusing unit

    Quote Originally Posted by tcs04 View Post
    increase the lead edge erase margin.

    replace the hot roller if contaminated by toner,

    use oem toner!
    Sorry To banginbishop!

    just realised I repeated most of what he said!... RTFP!!


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