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    Re: Old fuser oil roller

    Also a lot of paper gets wrapped around the lower heaterroller...any solutions for that also?

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    Re: Old fuser oil roller

    Boutn is the coverage very high and are the toners OEM?

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    Re: Old fuser oil roller

    Quote Originally Posted by sharphead View Post
    Boutn is the coverage very high and are the toners OEM?
    nope

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    Re: Old fuser oil roller

    And yes to the OEM part

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    Re: Old fuser oil roller

    Quote Originally Posted by boutn View Post
    MX5071, 17K prints...high quality paper...no idea why these fusers do this...


    Has anyone tested with higher or lower fuser temps?
    Or any other solutions?

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    I was just about to mention that when I have excessive build up on your fusers for these and the M5050 series machines I increase the temperatures +5 across the board and the issue usually self resolves after that. Once I increase the temp I run ~20 blank copies through to clean and build up that remains.
    Zachary Harbour
    Hogland Office Works
    zach@hoglandcopiers.com

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    Re: Old fuser oil roller

    When having build up issues on these fusers and the M5050 MFPs I have increased the temperature +5 across the board. These fusers rely on high temps to fuse *all* the toner to the page, requiring minimal cleaning. Once I increase temps, I run about 20 blank copies through to clear up and buildup and my issue usually resolves. On the M5050 if the issue remains we have usually been replacing those fuser units because we have found them to not be rebuildable after a few rebuilds.
    Zachary Harbour
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