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    TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    I have a interesting problem in replacing a fuser unit in a TA 4012i. I ordered the FK-7125, 302V693052 as per the parts manual. It doesn't fit. Kyo parts stated there was a mistake in the parts manual and the FK-7125 only fits in the TA3212i. They could not give me the correct part number.

    Has anyone else run into this? Anyone have the correct part number?

    We are not online with Kyocera so I cannot search for any bulletins.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    Fuser Unit [302693040]

    Got this off of Precision Rollers site

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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    Thanks Kuby,

    That is for the US (110) VAC. I am in Ireland so the part number would be different. and that is not for the 4012i it will only fit the 3212i.
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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit


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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    Hi Kuby,

    Yes I see this but still it is for the US not Europe. Thank you for your effort, much appreciated.
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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    There are three fusers listed in the parts manual.

    302V693042 - FK-7127 120v
    302V693052 - FK-7125 230v 240v
    302V693062 - FK-7126 100v

    Hope this helps

    But you stated that Kyocera said there was a mistake in the parts manual..SO....?

    Also have you looked on the old fuser for any numbers. On most of them there is a FK# that refers you to a part number.
    Last edited by kuby; 10-22-2021 at 02:59 PM.

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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    Per the latest release of the Parts manual (Revision 9) the numbers that Kuby listed are correct. It shows the part number for 230/240V as an FK-7125 part number 302V693052. Manual also indicates part is the same for both the 3212i and the 4012i.
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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    The part number for the fuses unit I ordered was 302V693052 and did not fit. This was the part number I called Kyo parts about. It fits in the Ta3212i but not in the Ta 4012i. So somewhere there is a”mysterious” fuses unit.
    Evidently there is another tech interested in this.

    Yes the old old fuses had Fk 7125 on it.. this is the most puzzling part about the search.

    I do appreciate everyone’s input and assistance. Still need to resolve this.
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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    Quote Originally Posted by kuby View Post
    Fuser Unit [302693040]

    Got this off of Precision Rollers site
    That doesn't look like enough characters for a Kyocera part number. Try throwing in an extra "V" ... 302V693040 Fuser FK7127

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    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
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    5) You are the person onsite. Only you can make observations.

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    Re: TA 4012i Fuser Unit

    Can you possibly explain why the part you ordered doesn't fit? Maybe show us a photo of how it doesn't fit? This isn't making very much sense as I haven't located a single thing that indicates there is a different fuser. Besides, if you pulled an FK-7125 from the machine and it was working, then it proves that it isn't only for the 3212i, or is there something I'm missing?

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