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    Fuser temperature setting 2330c

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    Fuser temperature setting 2330c

    The printer is printing on 250gm card, custom size, which is being creased after printing. The toner flakes off a bit when it is being creased. I know this is a familiar issue with laser printing, but I'm wondering if I can reduce the flaking by increasing the fuser temperature on the thick 4 setting only. The paper is usually about A3 size. I'm not exactly clear on which setting is the right one to adjust, just: 5277-3 or some of the others too? And is it wise to go as high as 16 on the settings (200'C)? or is there a heat after which if you go higher it causes problems?

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    Field Supervisor 500+ Posts Luther's Avatar
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    Re: Fuser temperature setting 2330c

    Are you sure the fuser pressure screws are not backed out? that used to be done to increase service life of the fuser

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