Savin 816 PMB12990K Installation Tips Fuser PM Kit

Savin 816 PMB12990K Installation Tips Fuser PM Kit

Savin 816 PMB12990K Installation Tips Fuser PM Kit – Okay, these models are unquestionably old. I know I saw them an episode of Ancient Aliens earlier this week. The good thing is that they are superior devices and of course if your supervisor is Mr. Scrooge you very well may need to keep it up and running a little longer. Down the page you will locate the illustrated instructions in addition to links to order your PM kit as required.

With a rating of 90K this PM kit restores the common wear parts in the fuser and transfer roller area. Most the problems I see with these fusers are ghosting issues and jamming as toner gets accumulated on top of the hot roller or pressure roller. Pick fingers are another issue I see with these. Either absent or destroyed pick fingers may cause jamming situations. Likewise, build up of toner as time passes may scratch the surface of the hot roller and wear away the surface of the roller.

Savin 816 PMB12990K Installation Tips Fuser PM Kit

Observe: I’ve incorporated several other products than this maintenance kit was built for. The Hot Roller, Pressure Roller, Transfer Roller, and Discharge Plate should all be universal for these products. However, the strip or pick fingers, whatever you desire to call them, are not compatible on all models. They ought to work on the newer models but they probably won’t be employed on older models. So if you’re lacking some pick fingers or if they look exceptionally bad on the machine your repairing you might like to double check the part numbers on them.

1. Savin 816 FUSING UNIT
CAUTION : Before handling the fusing unit, make sure that the unit is cool enough. The fusing unit can be very hot.
1. Copy tray

2. Open the right door.
3. Connector cover (A) (! x 1)
NOTE: When reinstalling, attach the ground wire.
4. Fusing unit (B) (! x 2, ” x 4)

2. Savin 816 EXIT SENSOR
1. Fusing unit
2. Exit sensor (A) (” × 1)

CAUTION: Do not damage the hot roller stripper pawls and the tension springs.
1. Fusing unit
2. Separate the fusing unit into two sections: the hot roller section (A) and the pressure roller section (B)
NOTE: After removing the screws, lower the pressure roller section about halfway and then slide it toward the front side to detach it.
3. Support rollers (C)
4. Hot roller stripper pawls (D)
NOTE: Remove the spacer (E) if you are removing the hot roller assembly

CAUTION: Do not touch the fusing lamp and rollers with your bare hands.
1. Hot roller stripper pawls and spacers
2. Hot roller assembly (A) (! x 2)
3. Fusing lamp (B)
NOTE: When reassembling, check that the direction of the fusing lamp is correct (C)(D).
4. Hot roller (C) (2 C-rings, 1 spacer, 1 gear, 2 bushings, 1 cover (D))
Reassembling Use caution:
• The fusing lamp is positioned correctly.
• The fusing lamp does not touch the internal part of the hot roller.
Also, make sure you put the fuser bushings on the right direction. I just worked on a machine that somebody else had rebuilt the fuser and it was making a horrible screeching noise because the previous tech had put the bushings on backwards.

1. Hot roller assembly
2. Thermo-switches (A)(B) (! x 2 for each)
3. Thermistor (C) (! x 1)
Reassembling : Make sure the following:
• The thermistor is in contact with the hot roller.
• The hot roller turns smoothly.

8-9. Savin 816 PRESSURE ROLLER
1. Separate the fusing unit into two sections
2. Fusing entrance guide (A)
3. 2 springs (B)(C)
4. 2 pressure arms (D)(E)
5. Bushing (F)
6. Pressure roller (G)

OK, the Savin 816 PMB12990K Installation Tips job is not the easiest thing to do in the world but there are worst repairs I have done. The main thing is to take your time and follow the instructions.

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