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    Re: fuser grease

    Quote Originally Posted by 10871087 View Post
    Which ever grease you use, make sure you slather it all over everything. Put on enough so that it can dry out in a month or so and turn into tar and cause all kinds of strange drive system drag problems. Unless you using something that comes in an aerosol can. If so, make sure you spray enough to coat the entire back of the machine and don\'t forget to hit all the clutches and the idlers in the exit area.

    Any old tech can clean, but only a stud tech can transform a well running machine into job security with a can of WD-40.

    Oh well, just my attempt at humor after a long Monday. :S
    That is whole idea of poster asking what grease to use so it don't dry out, etc. More important is if a grease will harm plastic gears which a lot will do !

    Molykote (spelling?) hi temp grease is what I use. It's doesn't dry out or harm plastic and better not for $40 a tube!

    Also use old clear fuser oil for noisy fuser bearings. Very minimal odor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    You won't like Chemplex. It smokes and stinks like a bad running deisel truck. You'll have better results with Molycote HP500 or Uniflor 8172.
    We like it using Chemplex 710 compare to others HP200/300/500. It doesnt have smell as you mention.
    We sometimes mix Chemplex 710 grease with HP grease too. It has own advantages and can try mix and use.

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    Re: fuser grease

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    You won't like Chemplex. It smokes and stinks like a bad running deisel truck. You'll have better results with Molycote HP500 or Uniflor 8172.
    Agree, last time I used it thought I was running an old Lionel train set with that stinky smoke that comes out of engine smoke stack ha-ha

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    Re: fuser grease

    i use black grease from cars. It is ok

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    Re: fuser grease

    Quote Originally Posted by Gab View Post
    i use black grease from cars. It is ok
    No car grease is made to be used at fuser temperatures it will just burn off.

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    Re: fuser grease

    Do not use any grease on Kyoceras.

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