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Cleaning the Oil Belt

Notes to the Operator On Cleaning the Oil Belt

This is an image that illustrates the caution about the oiler belt and fuser being hot
  1. SELECT the Stop push-button on the Display/Touch Screen window for the affected printer.
  2. Open the stacker end cover.
    This is an image that illustrates how to open the stacker end cover
  3. To release the oil-belt gate, turn the wing nut counterclockwise.
  4. This is an image that illustrates the caution of waiting 30 minutes
    This is an image that illustrates how to open the oil-belt gate
  5. Open the oil-belt gate.
  6. Allow the oil belt to cool for at least 10 minutes.
  7. Lower the hot roll shield.
  8. Spread papers on the floor or place a wastebasket under the oiler belt.
  9. Use a piece of lightweight cardboard to scrape paper dust and paper chads from the oil belt.
  10. Raise the hot roll shield.
  11. Close the oil-belt gate.
  12. Turn the wing nut clockwise to latch the gate. Ensure that the gate is firmly latched.
  13. Close the stacker end cover.
  14. The fuser begins a warm-up cycle. To make the printer ready, SELECT the Ready push-button on the Display/Touch Screen window.

    Printing resumes when the fuser completes its warm-up cycle.