help with LX print engine fuser


J

Josh

Hi. I'm working on an art project and could use a little help. There is a
simple technique for transferring images onto clay pots that uses laser
printers. The toner, made primarily of iron dust, stays in place on the clay
and colors it a black/brown. The problem is you need the image to not be
fused. Opening the printer while it is printing only gives about 1.5 inches
of unfused image.

I'm working with an HP IIIP (LX engine). I tried removing the fuser all
together, but, as you might expect, it just gave me the fuser error code. I
also (i think) shorted out the thermocouple, but this made it think that the
fuser was stuck on, and also failed to print.

I'm sure there's been plenty of posts about how to fix a fuser bar, but for
once, I'd like to disable mine on purpose! Is this possible?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
~Josh
 
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N

N Cook

Josh said:
Hi. I'm working on an art project and could use a little help. There is a
simple technique for transferring images onto clay pots that uses laser
printers. The toner, made primarily of iron dust, stays in place on the clay
and colors it a black/brown. The problem is you need the image to not be
fused. Opening the printer while it is printing only gives about 1.5 inches
of unfused image.

I'm working with an HP IIIP (LX engine). I tried removing the fuser all
together, but, as you might expect, it just gave me the fuser error code. I
also (i think) shorted out the thermocouple, but this made it think that the
fuser was stuck on, and also failed to print.

I'm sure there's been plenty of posts about how to fix a fuser bar, but for
once, I'd like to disable mine on purpose! Is this possible?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
~Josh
First point the latent image on the paper is mainly carbon , any iron
filings should remain around the magnets in the developer chamber.
Try removing the spring/s that hold the pressure roller against the fuser
roller and pull
out the paper by hand when it reaches the paper.

electronic hints and repair briefs , schematics/manuals list on
http://homepages.tcp.co.uk/~diverse
 

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