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Cleaning the oiler belt

Notes to the Operator On Cleaning the Oiler Belt

<70> The oiler belt, oiler wick roll, and their environments are high temperature areas. Be very careful when working in these areas.
  1. Press Stop on the printer operator panel or the Main touchscreen panel for the affected printer.
  2. Open the stacker end cover.
  3. Turn the wing nut counterclockwise to release the oiler gate.
  4. Open the oiler-belt gate. Ensure that the gate is securely latched in the open position.
  5. Allow the oiler belt to cool for at least 10 minutes.
  6. Lower the hot roll shield.
  7. Spread papers on the floor or place a wastebasket under the oiler belt.
  8. Use a piece of lightweight cardboard to scrape paper dust and paper chads from the oiler belt.
  9. Raise the hot roll shield.
  10. Close the oiler gate.
  11. Turn the wing nut clockwise to latch the gate. Ensure that the gate is firmly latched.
  12. Close the stacker end cover.
  13. The fuser begins a warm-up cycle. Make the printer ready by pressing Start on the printer operator panel or the Main touchscreen panel of the affected printer.
    <85>For printers with microcode levels, version 11.6.128 and higher, both printers and attached pre and postprocessing equipment can be started from the main panel of the printer console and the printer operator panels. Visually assure that no other personnel are working on the system before starting the system.

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