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HP LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M630z
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A M630z that I'm currently working on needs to have it's Fuser Drive Swing Plate Assembly replaced due to wear-and-tear. I know the DC Control, ICB, LVPS, and HPVS all need to be removed in order to gain access to, as well as remove the screws that hold the Swing Plate Assembly flush against the frame inside the rear left of the machine. Just trying to find the shortest path to completion without removing unnecessary parts/components.

 

   If anyone reading this post has done this sort of procedure before, what are some of the things required to be removed in order to access the Swing Plate Assembly? Any information or help would be greatly appreciated! 

 

   Best regards, 

 

-Stuart B

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