[rescue] RESCUE: misc DEC stuff, some questions
Charles Shannon Hendrix
shannon at widomaker.com
Sat Mar 20 14:53:13 CST 2004
Fri, 19 Mar 2004 @ 16:06 -0600, Wes Will said:
> If it doesn't affect it at all, the fuser wire is dirty. Try looking
> at the fuse section and see if there is a chunk of glommed-on gook
> (highly technical term for melted plastic toner junk), likely on the
> same side of the fuser as the bad type. If so, gently chip it off
> there, or replace the fuser wire.
I need more information about this fuser wire.
As I said in another post, I don't see a "fuser wire".
What I see is two rollers. One is solid and floats on top of a larger
one. The larger one is hollow, with a long light inside of it, very
hot, like a 12 inch lightbulb.
The way you talk about the wire above sounds like it is a thin wire that
touches the paper, and I don't see that anywhere.
The path looks like this to me:
<tray>-------<toner drum>-----<hot roller>----<output tray>
This printer is the same engine as an Apple Laserwriter 360 I believe.
I can't find schematics, or a description of the fuser that would tell
me what to look for.
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