Can you replace a fuser?

Remove the Oil Bottle and the Fuser Cleaner from the Fusing Unit. Install the new Fusing Unit into the printer. Be sure to insert the Fusing Unit completely into the printer. Secure the Fusing Unit with the two long screws.

How do I fix the fuser on my printer?

Solution one: Reset the printer

  1. Press the Power button to turn off the printer.
  2. Disconnect the power cord from the rear of the printer.
  3. Wait 30 seconds, and then reconnect the power cord.
  4. Press the Power button to turn on the printer. Wait for the product to start.
  5. Try printing again.

When should a fuser be replaced?

The fuser is a part of laser printers that bonds the toner and paper together using heat and pressure. Fusers need to be replaced every 75,000 – 300,000 pages depending on the printer model.

How do I fix my HP fuser?

Simple Steps to Correct 50.2 Fuser Error on HP LaserJet Printers

  1. Turn your printer off and unplug it.
  2. Remove the fuser and reinstall.
  3. Gently rock the fuser back and forth to make sure is secure.
  4. Plug the printer directly into a wall socket.
  5. Turn the printer back on.

How do you replace a fuser in a laser printer?

Flex the plastic output bin slightly to remove one side of the tray at a time. Loosen the two fuser assembly screws shown below, pull the fuser straight out. Install the replacement fuser by inserting it and aligning the left side first. Tighten the two screws and replace the rear output bin and duplexer covers.

What is a 50.2 fuser error?

50.2 error indicates that the printer is not heating up fast enough. This can be caused by a bad heating element in the fuser but can also be caused when the printer does not have adequate power due to overloaded circuits or being plugged into a power strip or surge bar that limits current flow.

How do you know when a fuser is bad?

Streaking, smudging, black lines, and double images are all symptoms of a bad fuser. When you notice these printing defects and experience problems, such as paper jams or wrinkles, this is a good sign to replace the fuser kit.

How long does a fuser last?

The life expectancy of the fuser unit is up to 60,000 pages for A4 simplex printing.

What does replace fuser mean on Brother printer?

The message ‘Replace Fuser’ will appear on the display when the machine has printed approximately 100,000 pages (letter/A4 size single sided pages). The fuser unit is a periodic maintenance part and should be replaced to maintain optimum print quality and reliability and to prevent paper jams.

When should I replace my laser printer fuser?

When should we replace a printer’s fuser?

  • The print leaves parallel spots across a sheet.
  • The printer begins to loosen toner and does not stick to the sheet.
  • Stains on printed sheets.
  • Annoying noise from gear wear.
  • No heating due to lamp failure.
  • The printer simply stops printing even though the paper goes all the way.