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A fuser entry guide forces the toned sheet into early contact with a hot roll to extend the contact time.
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Fusery Entry Guide
A fuser entry guide forces the toned sheet into early contact with a hot roll to
extend the contact time.
A fuser includes a hot roll 10 and backup roll 11. A flexible entry guide is
initially in position 12 to allow a toned copy sheet 13 to enter the nip between
rolls 10 and 11 undisturbed. Then, the flexible entry guide is moved to position
14 to press the sheet 13 against the hot roll 10. This serves to preheat the toner
and paper with a resulting increase in fuser efficiency.
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