How to Change A Lexmark Fuser T630/T632/T634


Simple step by step instructions how to change a Lexmark T630, T632, or T634 printer fuser. Pictures included.

Things You'll Need

  • Lexmark T630-T634 printer
  • New fuser
  • Phillips screw driver
  • First things first, lets power off the printer. I like to take out the power cable to be on the safe side.

  • Now lets look at the printer from above. We're going to remove the fuser wiper cover. Do this by grabbing the small handle and sliding it to the left and lifting up. Set it to the side for now.

  • Now remove the wiper. Simply lift it by the handle on the right side.

  • Now we're either going to want to get behind the printer, or turn it around so that the back is facing you. Grab the stick your hand in the empty space by the back cover, pull down slightly and lift up.

  • Now we're going to remove the other have of the back cover (also known as the redrive assembly). First there are two screws that need to be removed (Check the image if you can't find them). After that grab the two tabs and pull it out towards you.

  • Now we should have an exposed fuser. There are two screws holding the fuser in place at this point as well as a few wires that need to be disconnected. The screws are on the left and right ends of the fuser. First lets take those screws out (check the image if you can't find the screws).

  • Now there are two sets of wires that we need to disconnect one on the left side and one on the board in the middle of the fuser. Please refer to the image for this step.

  • Now go ahead and pull out the old fuser. When you're done you should be looking at a big empty space (compare what you have with the image).

  • Now to replace the fuser we're going to do everything in reverse. Take the new fuser and slide it into place. Be sure to have your wires in place before you do this.

  • Next, lets secure those wires into the connectors and screw in our two screws from step 6.

  • Now lets slide our redrive assembly back into place until you hear it snap and screw the two screws from step 5 back in.

  • Now lets put our back cover on, and turn our printer back around to the front.

  • Now lets put our fuser wiper and wiper cover back into place.

  • Now lets plug it back up, turn it on, and print out a test page. And we're done.

Tips & Warnings

  • Make sure the power is off on the printer before you start.

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