|I agree with Luckydog - replacing the fuser is almost the cost of a new printer. The warning pops up well before you actually have to replace the fuser, so just be prepared for the fact that you have a new printer in your future. |
An interesting problem for those who depend on their printer on a daily basis. You can either pay to get a new fuser and wait to install it until the original one causes bad printing, or spend about the same amount of money for a new printer before the old printer dies. Personally, I would go with option B.