If the laser printer you have at the office can’t seem to get a grip on the paper or envelope you are trying to print upon, then there’s a definite possibility that the printer’s fuser assembly needs replaced. Although fusers are involved in the printing process in a very small capacity, the function they perform is vital.
Fusers are responsible for melting the toner into the printing materials. The fuser assembly accomplishes this by applying pressure and high heat between the rollers contained within the fuser. As the life of the printer goes on, the Teflon coating deteriorates and impedes upon the toner adequately fusing to the paper, and the quality of print suffers as a result.
Maintaining the fuser assembly is simple. Nothing aside from a Philips screwdriver is needed to replace the entire part. To learn more about our compatible printer brands
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