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Careful with P3015 fuser

To remove most fusers, we take out a couple of screws, or flip some levers, and then yank out the assembly. In the P3015, it is more complicated.

To make jams easier to remove, there is a mechanism that opens a gap between the fuser rollers when the toner door or the back door opens. However, if you try to remove or install the fuser when the mechanism is engaged, both parts can break.

As the manual indicates, make sure the toner door is closed when removing or installing the fuser. The white arm that is normally attached to the rear door should be all the way into the printer body; it is indicated by an arrow in the figure.

Careful with P3015 fuser

To remove most fusers, we take out a couple of screws, or flip some levers, and then yank out the assembly. In the P3015, it is more complicated.

To make jams easier to remove, there is a mechanism that opens a gap between the fuser rollers when the toner door or the back door opens. However, if you try to remove or install the fuser when the mechanism is engaged, both parts can break.

As the manual indicates, make sure the toner door is closed when removing or installing the fuser. The white arm that is normally attached to the rear door should be all the way into the printer body; it is indicated by an arrow in the figure.

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Careful with P3015 Fuser

To remove most fusers, we take out a couple of screws, or flip some levers, and then yank out the assembly. In the P3015, it is more complicated.

To make jams easier to remove, there is a mechanism that opens a gap between the fuser rollers when the toner door or the back door opens. However, if you try to remove or install the fuser when the mechanism is engaged, both parts can break.

As the manual indicates, make sure the toner door is closed when removing or installing the fuser. The white arm that is normally attached to the rear door should be all the way into the printer body; it is indicated by an arrow in the figure.

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