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    Re: e-Studio 457, jam in fuser...

    Just following up on this, but it ended up being bad pins on the modular connector on the fuser.. hard to tell at first glance until I looked closely at all the pins, and some of them were bent/smashed. Ordered a new connector and that did the trick!
    OC

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    e-Studio 457, jam in fuser...

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    Re: e-Studio 457, jam in fuser...

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    So the replacement fuser resolved the issue... could be:

    wrong sensor
    Plastic frame closure busted out so there is no fuser pressure
    inlet guide out of position or gone
    Heat roller ring gear broken
    Damaged modular fuser connector
    maybe it's just the wrong fuser that somebody else installed? All the Loire, LoireX, and Loire2X fusers look similar, but there are differences electrically.

    All my resources are organized by jam code. Without a jam code I have to rely on my diminishing memory.
    =^..^=

    Good catch. =^..^=
    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    5) You are the person onsite. Only you can make observations.

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    Re: e-Studio 457, jam in fuser...

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Good catch. =^..^=
    Yeah, our friend OC may also consider wearing glasses if not. On side note, my eyes just started weakening. It's difficult to see small details and definitely need soms good light
    OC, thanks for the feedback and next time be less grumpy, dude
    A tree is known by its fruit, a man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost, he who sows courtesy, reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love.

    Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused.

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    Re: e-Studio 457, jam in fuser...

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    Yeah, our friend OC may also consider wearing glasses if not. On side note, my eyes just started weakening. It's difficult to see small details and definitely need soms good light
    OC, thanks for the feedback and next time be less grumpy, dude
    Didn't think I was being grumpy, and here's the proof:

    Damaged modular fuser connector
    I guess this is possible, but in all these hundreds of frames, have you ever seen one damaged/not making connection? I haven't, that's why I ask...

    Look guys, I wasn't trying to bypass the connector as being the issue, only wanted to know your experience with that issue? It took me over a month to go back to the machine (one man show, you know?) so things could have been dropped in the interim. I'm human, as are you. I could have just as well not posted what I did to fix the problem, especially if it was going to result in snarky, useless comments that help no one.
    OC

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