Genuine Xerox 16203400 Phaser 1235 - Fuser 220V (60,000 Pages) for Xerox Phaser 1235 Printers
Is your laser printer starting to show signs of wear, with a drop in print quality? This may be caused by a faltering fuser, showing signs of age. Investing in the Xerox Phaser 1235 - Fuser 220V (60,000 Pages) (16203400) from Xerox to replace your current fuser could help spark the printer back to life and help it perform at its just-bought best.
Replacing the fuser on Phaser 1235 laser printers from Xerox could not be much simpler. Far from the complicated job it sounds, the Xerox Phaser 1235 - Fuser 220V (60,000 Pages) (16203400) has been developed to be incredibly simple to affix into a printer which is suffering due to a faltering or faulty original fuser.
A hugely delicate, but important, component within all laser printers – fusers are, unfortunately, often prone to causing breakdowns. However, no fuser means no printing, so it is vital that a faulty fuser is replaced quickly and efficiently – ensuring your machine is back operating and supporting the office.
The printer fuser is the component within the laser printer responsible for ensuring the toner ink sticks to the paper. Using carefully heated charges, the fuser helps you create highly accurate and reliable prints – making it a hugely important piece of kit within the machine.
Offering completely impartial advice, the manufacturer-trained Printerland customer services team can help you identify any printer problem and point you in the direction of the solution. Whatever your printing question or concern, please feel free to contact Printerland team, and we will endeavour to provide comprehensive assistance.
|Dimensions||22.85cm (W) x 45.71cm (D) x 25.39cm (H) - Weight 2.540kg|
|Product Type||Fuser Unit|
|Carton Dimensions||(W)21cm (H)24cm (L)44.5cm weight: 2.54kg|
|Yield||60,000 Pages Pages|
**Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.