printers

Reducing Noise on the HP P4515 Series Printer

The P4014, P4015 and the P4515 are an extremely loud piece of equipment.  The main location of the noise emanates from the fuser drive area.  The dB Level specifications for the Laser Jet P4515 (while printing)  is at 74 dB.  The predecessors noise level specs puts the  Laser Jet 4250’s  dB level at 69 dB.  Quite a bit of difference.  If you are using re-manufactured fusers or the fuser drive gears are worn I would put it much higher.   The most probable reason for the refurbished fuser creating so much more noise is the lack of lubrication and/or inferior high temperature grease used on the heat sleeve and heating element.

P4515 Fuser Sleeve Izzy says, "Always purchase quality parts!"
P4515 Fuser Sleeve                         Izzy says, “Always purchase quality parts!”

Inspecting the Fuser Drive Gears
The first thing to look at and the  easiest is to pull out the fuser unit and inspect the area below the drive gear.

 You will see a pile of white powder or dust from gear wear in the shape of a small pyramid or volcano.
You will see a pile of white powder or dust from gear wear in the shape of a small pyramid or volcano roughly in the location outlined.

To get a more accurate assessment of gear wear, you can use a small flat blade screwdriver and slide it along the gear teeth.  On the inside of the drive gear against the frame the the gears do not make much contact so it is like new on that side.  When you slide your driver across the gear it will stop your screwdriver because of the difference in height.

When you slide your driver across the gear it will stop your screwdriver because of the difference in height.
When you slide your driver across the gear your screwdriver will stop because of the difference in height.  On this picture you can visually see the wear,  but even a very small amount  of wear will cause noise.
Izzy Kilman
Izzy-ism

A Swing Plate or Not a Swing Plate, That is the Question
I call the P4515 fuser drive gears a swing plate.  Saaaaawwwwwrrrrrry!  Technically it is stationary,  unlike the Laser Jet 4250 series.   For me,  it just makes sense…right?   Question: If I’m on the phone describing it to you and I tell you it’s the  “Swing Plate” you know exactly what and where I’m talking about don’t you?

 

Quiet Mode
One final mention.  If speed isn’t an issue, they made a firmware enhancement.  With this revision of firmware 20080908 04.046.2 and all revisions after has, “Quiet Mode”.

You can go to “configure device” and in settings you can select this “Mode”.  It really does reduce the noise!  Only thing is… it also reduces the speed!

 

Three Possible Solutions to Reduce Printer Noise.

To reduce the noise on the P4515 series printer there are three items to look at and possibly repair or replace.

#1.) The fuser assembly,  part number RM1-4554.  You could also clean the heating element and re-apply high temperature grease.

#2.) The swing Plate,  part number RC2-2432.  See my post on
HP P4515 Fuser Drive Gears (Swing Plate) ; Change for Improved Yield

#3.) Choose “Quiet Mode”  What a sorry excuse for a printer tech!

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Firmware

HP M602 Pre-Boot Walk-Up Method (USB) Firmware Install

Thumb Drive Firmware install
Thumb Drive Firmware install

This article shows how to upgrade the firmware on an HP Laser Jet 600, M601, M602 and M603 Series Printers.  We will also show you why you may or may not need to upgrade  the firmware in the first place.

“When do I need to upgrade the firmware? “
You might ask.  Upgrading the firmware can correct problems and also add new features to devices without replacing hardware. It depends on the printer and your printers issue.  One of the biggest and most important problems firmware fixes is the 49 error.  As computers progress many times the printers don’t.  The 49 errors are the printers way of telling you there is a communication malfunction. The printer/computer are speaking a different language and can’t understand one another.  There are many other issues that different models have that a firmware update addresses.  I have the list of fixes from HP for the M602 series at the end of this article.

Batch Loading Firmware
If you have a large fleet of laser printers, you do not want to up-grade your whole fleet all at the same time.
The ability to upgrade firmware on multiple devices “simultaneously” is available with “Web Jetadmin” a free application for managing HP printers.  This “batch” process of upgrading your fleets firmware has the well meaning intention of saving you time, but it is possible you could have some failures and that’s not good.  I would definitely do some testing before the actual process and verify the best practices and procedures on test machines.

Thumb Drive Firmware install
Thumb Drive Firmware install

Here is an example of why you may want to reconsider broadcasting firmware.  On the HP LaserJet P4515 series printer,  using HP’s easy firmware upgrade utility .  If you leave the optional 500 sheet tray(s) on the printer when you send the files, it will brick the tray and the formatter.  To this day I haven’t seen where HP has fixed this.

This is just one example.  My point is, test and verify everything.  I only upgrade the firmware on a unit if it is having a problem that only firmware can fix.    If it’s not broke, don’t fix it. I determine if a printer needs a firmware upgrade on a one on one basis.  Don’t just go willy nilly and start sending global firmware updates!

Future Smart
Hewlett Packard’s new way of upgrading the firmware in their LaserJet enterprise printers and MFPs is “FutureSmart”.  Future Smart firmware is similar to an operating system .  It enables your LaserJet enterprise devices to be upgraded over time, similar to a PC’s operating system with service packs or upgrades.

Service Pack Updates – Source: Hewlett Packard
These maintenance upgrades allow customers to maintain feature stability for their fleet. Service pack updates do not affect existing device features, such as control panel layout and options, while providing important security and regulatory updates or operation fixes. New service pack updates are available multiple times throughout the year.

Major release upgrades
These upgrades allow customers to upgrade their compatible HP FutureSmart devices with the latest features and changes to device functionality. A new major release is easily identifiable with the release number directly following the “HP FutureSmart” name
(for example, HP FutureSmart 3.0).  Major release upgrades are made available to current HP devices when the next generation of HP FutureSmart features is introduced.


Step by Step Instructions for Updating Firmware on the HP Laser Jet Enterprise 600 M601, M602 and M603 Printer.

Method:
Pre-Boot Walk-Up Method (USB)
NOTE: There are five different methods of up-dating this firmware.

IMPORTANT: Please print a configuration page prior to performing any firmware update. 

Retrieve the .bdl file from the HP Support Center 

Select driver language and OS.
Select driver language and OS.

Download the Firmware File Listed

Download the Firmware File and unzip.

NOTE: USB Flash Drives that are not in a Fat32 format or having a CD formatted partition may not be recognized by the printer. You may need to try a different USB flash drive.

Copy this File to your Thumb Drive
Copy the xxxxxxx.bdl file to a portable USB flash memory storage device (thumb drive) in the root directory.

#1.) Turn the Power on.

Press the Stop button when the Ready, Data and Attention LEDs illuminate solid.
#2.) Press the Stop button when the Ready, Data and Attention LEDs illuminate solid.
Press the Down button to highlight Administrator, and then press OK.
#3.) Press the Down button to highlight Administrator, and then press OK.
 Press the Down button to highlight Download, and then press OK.Insert the portable USB storage device with the xxxxxxx.bdl file on it. NOTE: If the message No USB Thumbdrive files found on the control panel display, you may need to use a different USB storage accessory or place the firmware file in the root directory.What is the Root Directory on a Thumbdrive?If you open the thumb drive (Removable Disk "E"or what ever yours might be) This is the root directory and it is where you will place the .xxxxxxx.bdl file.
#4.) Press the Down button to highlight Download, and then press OK. Insert the portable USB storage device with the xxxxxxx.bdl file on it.
Press the Down button to highlight the xxxxxxx.bdl file, and then press OK. NOTE: If you have more than one .bdl file on your USB Thumb drive, select the file you want loaded and press OK.
#5.) Press the Down button to highlight USB Thumbdrive, and then press OK. NOTE: If the message No USB Thumb drive files found on the control panel display, you may need to use a different USB storage accessory or place the firmware file in the root directory.

What is the Root Directory on a Thumb drive?
If you open the thumb drive (Removable Disk “E”or what ever Letter is asighned) This is the root directory and it is where you will place the .xxxxxxx.bdl file.

Press the Down button to highlight the xxxxxxx.bdl file, and then press OK.
#6.) Press the Down button to highlight the xxxxxxx.bdl file, and then press OK.
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IMPORTANT: Please be patient since this may take up to 10 minutes to reboot. You may cause damage to the machine if you interrupt or turn the power off before the firmware completes.

#7.) When the message Complete appears on the control panel display, press the Back button 3 times. When the message Continue appears on the control panel display, press OK. he printer will continue to boot to the Ready state. fter the printer or MFP is back online, print a Configuration Page and verify that the new firmware has been installed.#7.) When the message Complete appears on the control panel display, press the Back button 3 times. When the message Continue appears on the control panel display, press OK. The printer will continue to boot to the Ready state. After the printer or MFP is back online, print a Configuration Page and verify that the new firmware has been installed.


Enhancements and Fixes provided with the Firmware revision 2131305_192069

The following new functionality or features are provided by this firmware release:

  • Firmware Datecode: 20111217

  • Firmware Revision: 2131305_192069

Enhancements (2131305_192069)

Base:

  • Added backwards compatibility of PDL commands to control source input trays with all PDLs.

  • Added the ability to modify trays security constraints.

  • Ability to unlock stored jobs based on authenticated user.

  • Ability for a User or Administrator to re-print the Welcome page.

  • This feature provides access for web services applications, including Web Jetadmin, to the FIPS 140-2 status information of installed encrypted hard drives and the ability to enable/disable the encryption on the drive.

  • The ability to prevent disk corruption when power plug pulled during Firmware upgrade.

  • Add a new internal page: Administration, Reports, Configuration/Status Pages, Web Service Status Page. On this page it will list all of the currently running web services.

  • Usage Page displays the correct tray information and counts for an Installed Envelope feeder.

  • The ability to collect diagnostic log information if not able to boot to Ready. This new feature allows you to use the Pre-boot menu and a USB thumb drive to collect the log files.

  • Added the ability to Support Additional Output Bin Types with Paper Path Test.

  • The ability to hide the Job list.

  • The user can enable/disable 10 User Defined Media Types via SNMP, Web JetAdmin or EWS. The user can assign a print mode to the User Defined Media types. The user can create their own customized name for the User Defined Media Types.

  • The UI constrains the displaying of User Defined Media Types based on whether the SNMP OID has been enabled or disabled. When disabled, the specific User Defined type is not listed in the Adjust Paper Type menu. When enabled, the specific User Defined Media Type is displayed in the Adjust Paper Type menu.

  • Unsupported USB device messages are now able to be hidden.

  • The signed in Username will now be visible from most control panel screens.

 

 

 

Error Codes

Hewlett Packard Color LaserJet Enterprise CP4020-CP4520 Series Printers Error Codes

Covering models – CP4025n, CP4025dn, CP4525n, CP4525dn, CP4525xh


Interpret control-panel messages

Control-panel message types – Four types of control-panel messages can indicate the status of or problems with the product.

Message type Description – Status messages Status messages reflect the current state of the product. They inform you of normal product operation and require no interaction to clear them. They change as the state of the product changes. Whenever the product is ready, not busy, and has no pending warning messages, the status message Ready appears if the product is online.

Warning messages – Warning messages inform you of data and print errors. These messages typically alternate with the Ready or status messages and remain until OK is pressed. Some warning messages are clearable.  If CLEARABLE WARNINGS is set to JOB on the product CONFIGURE DEVICE menu, the next print job clears these messages.

Error messages – Error messages communicate that some action must be performed, such as adding paper or clearing a jam.  Some error messages are auto-continuable. If AUTO-CONTINUE is set on the menus, the product will continue normal operation after an auto-continuable error message appears for 10 seconds.

NOTE: Pressing any button during the 10-second auto-continuable error message overrides the auto-continue feature, and the button function takes precedence. For example, pressing the stop button pauses printing and offers the option to cancel the print job.

Critical-error messages – Critical error messages inform you of a product failure. Some of these messages can be cleared by turning the product off and then on. These messages are not affected by the AUTO-CONTINUE setting. If a critical error persists, service is required.

Control-panel messages
Error, Description
Recommended action

10.41.00  UNSUPPORTED SUPPLY IN USE
An unsupported supply is installed. If you believe you purchased a genuine HP supply, go to
http://www.hp.com/go/anticounterfeit.

10.XX.YY SUPPLY MEMORY ERROR
The product cannot read or write to at least one print cartridge memory tag or a memory tag is missing from a print cartridge.

XX values
00 = Memory tag memory error
10 = Memory tag missing
YY values
00 = Black
01 = Cyan
02 = Magenta
03 = Yellow

11.XX Internal clock error
To continue press OK , The product real-time clock has experienced an error.
XX = 01; clock battery failed
XX = 02; real time clock failed
Whenever the product is turned off and then turned on again, set the time and date at the control panel. See System setup menu on page 329.  If the error persists, you might need to replace the formatter.

13.XX.YY FUSER AREA JAM
A jam has occurred in the fuser area. CAUTION: The fuser can be hot while the
product is in use. Wait for the fuser to cool before handling it.  For instructions on clearing the jam, see Clear jams in the right door on page 387.

13.XX.YY  FUSER WRAP JAM
A jam has occurred in the fuser. CAUTION: The fuser can be hot while the
product is in use. Wait for the fuser to cool before handling it.  For instructions on clearing the jam, see Clear jams in the right door on page 387.

13.XX.YY JAM ABOVE TOP OUTPUT BIN
A jam has occurred in the output area. For instructions on clearing the jam, see
Clear jams in the output bin area on page 390.

13.XX.YY JAM IN LOWER RIGHT DOOR
A jam has occurred in the lower-right door
(Tray 3).  For instructions on clearing the jam, see Clear jams in the lower right door (Tray 3, 4, or 5) on page 393.

13.XX.YY JAM IN RIGHT DOOR
A jam has occurred in the duplex and feed
area inside the right door.  For instructions on clearing the jam, see Clear jams in the right door on page 387.

13.XX.YY JAM IN TOP OUTPUT BIN
A jam has occurred in the top output bin. For instructions on clearing the jam, see
Clear jams in the output bin area on page 390.

13.XX.YY JAM IN TRAY 1
A jam has occurred in Tray 1. For instructions on clearing the jam, see
Clear jams in Tray 1 on page 390.

13.XX.YY JAM IN TRAY <X>
A jam has occurred in the indicated tray. For instructions on clearing the jam, see
Clear jams in Tray 2 or optional Trays 3, 4, or 5 on page 392.

13.XX.YY JAMS IN RIGHT DOOR
A jam has occurred in the fuser area. CAUTION: The fuser can be hot while the
product is in use. Wait for the fuser to cool before handling it.  For instructions on clearing the jam, see Clear jams in the right door on page 387.

20 INSUFFICIENT MEMORY
To continue press OK  The product received more data than can fit in the available memory. You might have tried to transfer too many macros, soft fonts, or complex graphics.  Press the OK button to print the transferred data (some data might be lost), and then simplify the print job or install additional memory.

21.X INSUFFICIENT MEMORY TO LOAD FONTS/DATA
Insufficient memory to process the print job. Install additional memory in the product.

22 EIO X BUFFER OVERFLOW
To continue press OK  Too much data was sent to the EIO card in the specified slot (x). An incorrect communications protocol might be in use.  Press the OK button to print the transferred data. (Some data might be lost.)  Check the host configuration.

22 EMBEDDED I/O BUFFER OVERFLOW
To continue press OK  Too much data was sent to the embedded HP Jetdirect print server.  Press the OK button to print the transferred data. (Some data might be lost.)  Check the host configuration.

22 PARALLEL I/O BUFFER OVERFLOW
To continue press OK  The product’s parallel buffer has overflowed. Press the OK button to print the transferred data. (Some data might be lost.)  Check the host configuration.

22 PARALLEL SERIAL BUFFER OVERFLOW
To continue press OK  The product’s serial buffer has overflowed. Press the OK button to print the transferred data. (Some data might be lost.)  Check the host configuration.

22 USB I/O BUFFER OVERFLOW
To continue press OK  The product’s USB buffer has overflowed. Press the OK button to print the transferred data. (Some data might be lost.)  Check the host configuration.

40 EIO X BAD TRANSMISSION
To continue press OK  The connection between the product and the EIO card in the specified slot has been broken.  Press the OK button to clear the error message and continue printing.  Try to reinstall the EIO card.

40 EMBEDDED I/O BAD TRANSMISSION
To continue press OK  A temporary printing error has occurred. Press the OK button to clear the error message. (Data will be lost.)

41.3 UNEXPECTED SIZE IN TRAY <X> LOAD TRAY <X> [TYPE] [SIZE]
To use another tray press OK  This message appears even though the tray is loaded with the correct paper size.
1. Run the sensor test in the sensor monitor mode to verify that the cassette media size switch is functioning properly.
2. Reconnect the cassette media size switch intermediate connector J57, and connector J107 on the DC controller PCA.
3. Replace the lifter assembly.

41.5 UNEXPECTED TYPE IN TRAY <X>LOAD TRAY <X> [TYPE] [SIZE]
To use another tray press OK  This message appears even though the tray is loaded with the correct paper size.
1. Reconnect the media sensor intermediate connector J77, and connector J131 on the DC controller PCA.
2. Replace the registration assembly.

41.7 ERROR
To continue press OK  Printer error
X = 2; beam detected misprint
X = 7; media transport error
Turn the product off, and then on.

48.01 TRANSFER UNIT ERROR
The transfer belt has dislocated during printing.  Turn product off then on.  If the message persists, remove and reinstall the transfer unit.

49.XXXX ERROR
To continue turn off then on  A firmware error has occurred. This error can be caused by corrupted print jobs, software applications issues, non-product specific printer drivers, poor-quality USB or network cables, bad network connections or incorrect configurations, invalid firmware operations, or unsupported accessories.
1. Turn the product off and then on.
2. If the error returns, check the following items:The error might be caused by a network connectivity problem, such as a bad interface cable, a bad USB port, or an invalid network configuration setting.
The error might be caused by the print job, such as an invalid printer driver, a problem with the software application, or a problem with the file you are printing.
Upgrading the product firmware might help resolve the error. See the product user guide for more information.

50.1 FUSER ERROR
Low fuser temperature. Remove the fuser and any residual paper. 
Check connector J50 between the fuser and the product. If either is damaged, replace the connector or fuser. See Fuser on page 85.

50.2 FUSER ERROR
Fuser warm-up failure
1. Reinstall the fuser.
2. Check the connector J50 between the fuser and the product. If either is damaged, replace the connector or fuser. See Fuser on page 85.
3. Reconnect the connectors J160 and J162 on the DC controller PCA and connector J25 on the power line between the low voltage power supply and fuser.
4. Replace the wire harness that connects the fuser.
5. Replace the fuser. See Fuser on page 85.
6. If the error persists, replace the low-voltage power supply. See Low-voltage power supply (LVPS) on page 157.

50.3 FUSER ERROR
High fuser temperature Reinstall the fuser. Check connector J50
between the fuser and the product. If either is damaged, replace the connector or fuser. See Fuser on page 85.  If the error persists, replace the low-voltage power supply. See Low-voltage power supply (LVPS) on page 157.

50.4 FUSER ERROR
Drive circuit fault
1. Check the power source. Make sure the
power source meets product requirements.
2. Reconnect the connector J150 on the DC controller PCA.
3. If the message persists, replace the low-voltage power supply. See Low-voltage power supply (LVPS) on page 157.

50.5 FUSER ERROR
The incorrect fuser was installed.
CAUTION: The fuser can be hot while the
product is in use. Wait for the fuser to cool before handling it.
1. Open the right door.
2. Remove the incompatible fuser.
3. Install the correct fuser.
4. Close the right door.

50.7 FUSER ERROR
Fuser pressure-release mechanism failure
1. Reconnect the fuser-pressure release
sensor intermediate connector J60, and connector J128 on the DC controller PCA.
2. Run the sensor test in the sensor monitor mode to verify that the fuser pressure-release sensor is functioning properly. If it is not, replace the fuser pressure-release sensor.
3. Check the fuser pressure-release sensor flag. If it is damaged, replace the fuser.
4. Run the fuser pressure-release drive test in actuator drive mode to verify that the fuser motor is functioning properly.  If it is not, replace the fuser motor. See Fuser motor on page 200.
5. If the message persists, replace the fuser. See Fuser on page 85.

50.8 FUSER ERROR
Low fuser temperature. Remove the fuser and any residual paper.
Check connector J50 between the fuser and the product. If either is damaged, replace the connector or fuser. See Fuser on page 85.

50.9 FUSER ERROR
High fuser temperature. Reinstall the fuser. Check the connector J50
between the fuser and the product. If either is damaged, replace the connector or fuser. See Fuser on page 85.  If the error persists, replace the low-voltage power supply. See Low-voltage power supply (LVPS) on page 157.

50.X FUSER ERROR
A fuser error has occurred. Make sure you have the correct fuser. Reseat
the fuser. Turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

51.XY ERROR
To continue turn off then on A product error has occurred.
51.20 ERROR: black laser error
51.21 ERROR: cyan laser error
51.22 ERROR: magenta laser error
51.23 ERROR: yellow laser error Turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

52.XY ERROR
To continue turn off then on A product error has occurred.
52.00 ERROR: Scanner startup error
52.20 ERROR: Scanner rotation error
52.00 ERROR: If the laser/scanner assembly (Y/M) does not start up, reconnect connector J71 on the laser driver PCA and connector J112 on the DC controller PCA. If the laser/scanner assembly (C/Bk) does not start up, reconnect connector J72 on the laser driver PCA and connector J112 on the DC controller PCA. If the message persists, replace the appropriate laser/scanner assembly. See Laser/scanner assembly (Y/M) on page 186 or Laser/scanner assembly (C/Bk) on page 190.
52.20 ERROR: If the laser/scanner assembly (Y/M) does not rotate, reconnect connector J71 on the laser driver PCA and connector J112 on the DC controller PCA. If the laser/scanner assembly (C/Bk) does not rotate, reconnect connector J72 on the laser driver PCA and connector J112 on the DC controller PCA. If the message persists, replace the appropriate laser/ scanner assembly. See Laser/scanner assembly (Y/M) on page 186 or Laser/scanner assembly (C/Bk) on page 190.

54.XX ERROR
To continue turn off then on Error requires that the product be turned off then on.  Turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

55.XX.YY DC CONTROLLER ERROR
To continue turn off then on The print engine is not communicating with the formatter (XX = 01; DC controller memory error).  Turn the product off, and then turn the product on.  If the error persists, replace the DC controller PCA. See DC controller PCA only on page 155.

56.X ERROR
To continue turn off then on A temporary printing error has occurred
(XX
= 01; illegal input).
Turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

57.03 ERROR
To continue turn off then on Cartridge fan (FM2) is defective.
1. Reconnect the cartridge fan connector
J65, connector J263 on the high-voltage power supply lower, and connector J114 on the DC controller PCA.
2. Turn the product off, and then on.  Measure the voltage between connectors J263-16 and J263-18 on the high-voltage power supply lower immediately after the product is turned on. If the voltage changes from 0 V to approximately 24 V, replace the cartridge fan. See Cartridge fan and environmental sensor on page 137.

57.04 ERROR
To continue turn off then on Power-supply fan (FM1) is defective.
1. Reconnect the cartridge fan connector
J153 on the DC controller PCA.
2. Turn the product off, and then on.  Measure the voltage between connectors J153-1 and J153-3 on DC controller PCA immediately after the product is turned on. If the voltage changes from 0 V to approximately 24V, replace the power-supply fan. See Power-supply fan on page 152.

57.06 ERROR
To continue turn off then on Exhaust fan (FM4) is defective.
1. Reconnect the cartridge fan connector
J79, connector J264 on the high-voltage power supply lower, and connector J114 on the DC controller PCA.
2. Turn the product off, and then on.  Measure the voltage between connectors J264-1 and J264-3 on the high-voltage power supply lower immediately after the product is turned on. If the voltage changes from 0 V to approximately 24 V, replace the exhaust fan. See Exhaust fan and fan duct on page 169.

57.XX ERROR
To continue turn off then on A temporary printing error has occurred. Turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

58.XX ERROR
To continue turn off then on A temporary printing error has occurred.
58.03 ERROR: DC controller PCA is defective.
58.04 ERROR: Low-voltage power supply is defective.
58.03 ERROR: Turn the product off, and then turn the product on. If the message persists, replace the DC controller PCA.  See DC controller PCA and tray on page 161.

58.04 ERROR:
Reconnect the
connector J150 on the DC controller PCA. If the message persists, replace the low-voltage power supply. See Low-voltage power supply (LVPS) on page 157.

59.20 ERROR
Motor rotation error. Perform the motor component tests in the
DIAGNOSTICS menu.

59.30 ERROR
Fuser motor startup error Reconnect the connector J13 of the fuser
motor and the connector J123 on the DC controller PCA. Perform the fuser motor component test in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.  If the message persists, replace the fuser motor. See Fuser motor on page 200.

59.40 ERROR
Fuser motor rotation error Perform the fuser motor component test in
the DIAGNOSTICS menu. If the message persists, replace the fuser motor. See Fuser motor on page 200.

59.50 ERROR
Black image drum motor startup error Reconnect the connector J15 of the black
drum motor and the connector J121 on the DC controller PCA. Perform the drum-motors component test in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.  If the message persists, replace the black drum motor. See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.51 ERROR
Cyan image drum motor startup error Reconnect the connector J16 of the cyan
drum motor and the connector J121 on the DC controller PCA. Perform the drum-motors component test in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.  If the message persists, replace the cyan drum motor. See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.52 ERROR
Magenta image drum motor startup error Reconnect the connector J17 of the magenta
drum motor and the connector J120 on the DC controller PCA. Perform the drum-motors component test in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.  If the message persists, replace the magenta drum motor. See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.53 ERROR
Yellow image drum motor startup error Reconnect the connector J18 of the yellow
drum motor and the connector J120 on the DC controller PCA. Perform the drum-motors component test in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.  If the message persists, replace the yellow drum motor. See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.60 ERROR
Black image drum motor rotation error Perform the drum-motors component test in
the DIAGNOSTICS menu. If the message persists, replace the black drum motor. See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.61 ERROR
Cyan image drum motor rotation error Perform the drum-motors component test in
the DIAGNOSTICS menu. If the message persists, replace the cyan drum motor. See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.62 ERROR
Magenta image drum motor rotation error Perform the drum-motors component test in
the DIAGNOSTICS menu. If the message persists, replace the magenta drum motor.  See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.63 ERROR
Yellow image drum motor rotation error Perform the drum-motors component test in
the DIAGNOSTICS menu. If the message persists, replace the yellow drum motor. See Yellow, magenta, cyan, and black drum motors on page 199.

59.90 ERROR
ITB motor startup error Reconnect the connector J14 of the ITB
motor and the connector J140 on the DC controller PCA. Perform the ITB motor drive component test to verify that the ITB motor is functioning properly. If the message persists, replace the ITB motor. See ITB motor on page 202.

59.A0 ERROR
ITB motor rotation error. Use the component test to activate the ITB
motor. If the motor does not function, replace the motor. See ITB motor on page 202.

59.BO
CLEANING MOTOR ERROR
REPLACE TONER COLLECTION UNIT
The residual-toner feed motor has failed.
1. Check the toner collection unit. If the unit
is full, replace it.
NOTE: Toner can clog the feed motor if the toner collection unit is full.
2. Reconnect the residual-toner feed motor connector J63 and connector J155 on the DC controller PCA.
3. Replace the residual-toner feed motor.  See Residual-toner-feed motor on page 133.

59.C0 ERROR
Developer alienation motor rotation error 1. Reconnect intermediate connector J87
of the developing disengagement sensor, connector J112 on the DC controller PCA, connector J38 of the developing disengagement motor, and the connector J261 on the high-voltage power supply D PCA.
2. Run the sensor test in the sensor monitor mode to verify that the developing disengagement sensor is functioning properly. If it is not, replace the main-drive assembly. See Main-drive assembly on page 203.
3. Run the developing unit disengagement drive test to verify that the disengagement mechanism is functioning properly. If it is not, replace the developing disengagement motor.  See Developing-disengagement motor on page 168.

59.F0 ERROR
Transfer alienation failure
1. Verify that the ITB is installed.
2. Reconnect the primary-transfer disengagement sensor J19, and connector J128 on the DC controller PCA .
3. Run the sensor test in the sensor monitor mode to verify that the primary transfer disengagement sensor is functioning properly. If not, replace the primary transfer disengagement sensor.
4. Perform the alienation drive component test in the DIAGNOSTICS menu. If not, replace the fuser motor. See Fuser motor on page 200.

60.02 ERROR
Tray 2 is not lifting correctly. 1. Reconnect connector J115 on the DC
controller PCA and the intermediate connector J58.
2. Run the sensor test in sensor monitor mode to verify that the cassette media stack surface sensor is functioning properly. If it is not, replace the pickup assembly. See Tray-pickup drive assembly on page 178.
3. Reconnect connector J56 of the lifter motor. Also check J107 on the DC controller PCA.
4. If the message persists, replace the lifter drive assembly. See Lifter-drive assembly on page 173.

60.03 ERROR
Tray 3 is not lifting correctly. 1. Reconnect connector J408 on the paper
deck controller PCA and the intermediate connector J11.
2. Run the sensor test in sensor monitor mode to verify that the cassette media stack surface sensor is functioning properly. If it is not, replace the pickup assembly. See Pickup assembly (optional paper feeder) on page 226.
3. Reconnect connector J15 of the lifter motor. Also check J407 on the paper deck controller PCA.
4. If the message persists, replace the lifter drive assembly. See Lifter-drive assembly (optional paper feeder) on page 230.

60.04 ERROR
Tray 4 is not lifting correctly.
1. Reconnect connector J406 on the paper
deck controller PCA and the intermediate connector J21.
2. Run the sensor test in sensor monitor mode to verify that the cassette media stack surface sensor is functioning properly. If it is not, replace the pickup assembly. See Pickup assembly (optional paper feeder) on page 226.
3. Reconnect connector J24 of the lifter motor. Also check J405 on the paper deck controller PCA.
4. If the message persists, replace the lifter drive assembly. See Lifter-drive assembly (optional paper feeder) on page 230.

60.05 ERROR
Tray 5 is not lifting correctly. 1. Reconnect the connector J403 on the
paper deck controller PCA and the intermediate connector J31.
2. Run the sensor test in the sensor monitor mode to verify that the PD cassette media stack surface sensor is functioning properly. If it is not, replace the middle pickup assembly. See Pickup assembly (optional paper feeder) on page 226.
3. Reconnect the connector J34 of the lifter motor and the connector. Also check J402 on the paper deck controller PCA.  4. If the message persists, replace the lifter drive assembly. See Lifter-drive assembly (optional paper feeder) on page 230.

62 NO SYSTEM
To continue turn off then on  The product has an internal problem. Turn the product off and then on.

68.X PERMANENT STORAGE FULL
To continue press OK  The product NVRAM is full. Some settings saved in the NVRAM might have been reset to the factory defaults. Printing can continue, but some unexpected functions might occur if an error occurred in permanent storage.
X values
0 = Internal memory
1 = Removable disk

68.X PERMANENT STORAGE WRITE FAIL
To continue press OK  The product NVRAM is failing to write.  Printing can continue, but some unexpected functions might occur if an error occurred in permanent storage.
X values
0 = Internal memory
1 = Removable disk
Press the OK button to clear the message. If the message is not cleared, turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

68.X STORAGE ERROR SETTINGS CHANGED
To continue press OK  One or more product settings are invalid and have been reset to the factory-default settings. Printing can continue, but some unexpected functions might occur if an error occurred in permanent storage.  Press the OK button to clear the message. If the message is not cleared, turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

69.X ERROR
To continue turn off then on  A temporary printing error occurred. Turn the product off, and then turn the product on.

79.XXXX ERROR
To continue turn off then on  An internal product error has occurred. Turn the product off and then on.

8X.YYYY EIO ERROR
This message appears in English only. It
indicates that the EIO card in slot X has failed.
Replace the EIO card.

8X.YYYY EMBEDDED JETDIRECT ERROR
This message appears in English only. It
indicates that the embedded HP Jet direct card has failed.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Fuser

Symptoms of a Bad Fuser

What is a Fuser Assembly?                                fuser rollers
The fuser assembly is the part in a Copier, Laser printer or Laser Fax Machine that fuses the toner to the paper.  Toner is made of crushed plastic and carbon black for color.  Once the image is transferred to the paper you need to fuse (melt) it into the paper.  If you have ever stopped the paper before it goes through the fuser you would find that the toner will come right off.  It needs to be fused.  There are two important steps to fusing and those are…

  1. Heat;  Heat is applied to a teflon or non-stick upper roller or sleeve/film with halogen lamps or a heater element.
  2. Pressure;  Pressure is used for fusing toner to the paper with a pressure or lower roller.  They use heavy springs on the front and rear side that press the lower roller to the upper roller or film to aid in fusing.

Ghosting, double images, streaking, black lines  and smudges; also Jamming are Symptoms of a Bad Fuser
These marks are often on the top and bottom of the pages.  These symptoms are caused from the teflon material on the upper roller or film being worn off, ripped or scored.  The solution is to replace the fuser as an assembly or replace the worn roller or film parts.

Error code;  If a problem exists indicating a fuser problem it will stop the machine from operating and give an error code.  The codes are all different for each make and model.  There are three major items that go bad on a fuser assembly that would give an error code.

  1. The lamp or the heater element is bad
  2. The thermal fuse is bad.
  3. The thermistor is bad.  (temperature sensing device)

There are a few other problems you may encounter with a fuser such as; Broken gears, bad lower roller, jamming (this is most likely a bad roller)

Wrinkling/Wrinkles in the Paper
This can be caused by a dirty fuser entrance guide.  If the toner builds up in a certain area on the entrance guide it will cause the paper to skew or go into the rollers at a bad angle.  This can also cause jamming.  The lower roller can also cause wrinkling in the paper when the rubber that is attached to the metal roller inside becomes separated.

Separator Fingers; These scrape or separate the paper off of the roller because the paper tends to stick to the upper roller and needs help to seperate it off of the roller.  (that  is why they use a Teflon material on the upper roller/fim) These scrapers build up with toner, wear down and break causing jamming.  Accordion jams are one of the types of  jams you would get in the fuser.  It folds up the paper in an accordion because the paper can’t get past the fuser.

Do you need help determining if your fuser is bad? Comment or email me at izzykilman@gmail.com

 

printers

How to Fix 13.02, 13.03 and 13.98 Error Codes on HP Laser Printers

If your HP Laser printer is frequently Jamming, take a look in the Error Log.  If you see these errors you more than likely have a bad paper feed solenoid.  If you have more than one tray having jamming issues, the paper feed solenoid could be bad in that assembly also.

→13.02←

This article is really about Hewlett Packard’s Infamous Feed Solenoids. There are many part numbers for the same part, but most Hewlett Packard Laser Printers use a paper feed solenoid similar to part number RK2-0269.  This Part number is technically for the LaserJet 4200/4300/4250/4350 series printer, but will work in many others. The problem with these is that the material that HP chose is CRAP! Time and usage makes the foam on the solenoid plunger plate stick. The material loses is sponginess and becomes like glue. This causes the Solenoid to stick as it feeds and the feed roller will push an extra sheet of paper  into the machine. ( Sensors  know that this is wrong) and thus causing the errors to occur. Errors 13.02, 13.03 and 13.98. If I see these ERRORS when I print and Review the Error Log, I know That RK2-0269 is causing the issue.

The following are videos on diagnosing and replacing the paper feed solenoids.

Testing HP LaserJet Printers for Bad Paper Feed Solenoids

Replacing Tray 2 Paper Feed Solenoid for 13.02 Jams P4515 Series

Replacing Tray 2 Paper Feed Solenoid for 13.02 Jams 4250 Series

Installing these is fairly easy for anyone with mechanical aptitude and a Phillips number two screwdriver.

Note:It is not necessary to remove the Fuser Assembly or the Toner Cartridge.

Step 1.) Begin by removing all Optional Equipment.
Step 2.) Paper Tray 2
Step 3.) Remove Tray 2 extension door /Paper Tray Dust Cover.
a.) Carefully flex the Tray 2 extension door to release the hinge pin near the power cord side of the product.
b.) Rotate the Tray 2 extension door to the horizontal position, and then pull up on the keyed hinge pin to release the door.
Step 4.) Swing open the rear output bin.
Step 5.) Remove the top-accessory cover if stacker is not installed. Lift the top-accessory cover up and off the product.
Step 6.) Remove Formatter Assembly.
Remove 2 screws or 2 thumb screws and grasp the formatter cage and then slide it away from the machine to remove it.
NOTE: When you reinstall the formatter cage, open the formatter-cage door before you fully seat the formatter cage, and verify that the formatter PCA connector is aligned with the connector on the product chassis.
Step 8.) Remove the Top cover
a.) 4 screws… 2 under the top-accessory cover and 2 under the toner cartridge cover.
b.) Use needle-nose pliers to release the print-cartridge drive-arm tab

CAUTION: The accessory pin (located in the left-rear corner of the cover) is not captive.  Grasp the rear side of the cover and the lid of the cover then lift up and off of the machine. Make sure that the Toner Cartridge Drive Arm is down (Engaged) so that it is out of the way.

Step 9.) Remove the Right Side Cover.
NOTE: When reinstalling the cover make sure that the power switch connecting Rod goes in between the on/off switch Lever guide inside the cover.

Step 10.) Swing the power switch lever out of the way

power-switch-arm
power-switch-arm

Step 11.) Remove the wiring (2 pin connector) Remove the screw holding the Paper Feed Solenoid on the machine. Remove the solenoid and replace it with a new Solenoid. Put everything back in reverse order. You’re done! 

Paper Feed Solenoid
Paper Feed Solenoid

 

Error Codes, Hewlett Packard Laser Jet 4200, Hewlett Packard Laser Jet P3005 series printer, Hewlett Packard LaserJet 4240, Hewlett Packard P4014, Paper Jams

How to Fix 13.02, 13.03 and 13.98 Error Codes on HP Laser Printers

If your HP Laser printer is frequently Jamming, take a look in the Error Log.  If you see these errors you more than likely have a bad paper feed solenoid.  If you have more than one tray having jamming issues, the paper feed solenoid could be bad in that assembly also.

This article is really about Hewlett Packard’s Infamous Feed Solenoids. There are many part numbers for the same part, but most Hewlett Packard Laser Printers use a paper feed solenoid similar to part number RK2-0269.  This Part number is technically for the LaserJet 4200/4300/4250/4350 series printer, but will work in many others. The problem with these is that the material that HP chose is CRAP! Time and usage makes the foam on the solenoid plunger plate stick. The material loses is sponginess and becomes like glue. This causes the Solenoid to stick as it feeds and the feed roller will push an extra sheet of paper  into the machine. ( Sensors  know that this is wrong) and thus causing the errors to occur. Errors 13.02, 13.03 and 13.98. If I see these ERRORS when I print and Review the Error Log, I know That RK2-0269 is causing the issue.  I have videos on replacing the solenoids just go to my video page and look for what you need.

HP LaserJet 4250 Replacing Tray 2 Paper Feed Solenoid for 13.02 Jams

Installing these is fairly easy for anyone with mechanical aptitude and a Phillips number two screwdriver.
Note:It is not necessary to remove the Fuser Assembly or the Toner Cartridge.

Step 1.) Begin by removing all Optional Equipment.
Step 2.) Paper Tray 2
Step 3.) Remove Tray 2 extension door /Paper Tray Dust Cover.
a.) Carefully flex the Tray 2 extension door to release the hinge pin near the power cord side of the product.
b.) Rotate the Tray 2 extension door to the horizontal position, and then pull up on the keyed hinge pin to release the door.
Step 4.) Swing open the rear output bin.
Step 5.) Remove the top-accessory cover if stacker is not installed. Lift the top-accessory cover up and off the product.
Step 6.) Remove Formatter Assembly.
Remove 2 screws or 2 thumb screws and grasp the formatter cage and then slide it away from the machine to remove it.
NOTE: When you reinstall the formatter cage, open the formatter-cage door before you fully seat the formatter cage, and verify that the formatter PCA connector is aligned with the connector on the product chassis.
Step 8.) Remove the Top cover
a.) 4 screws… 2 under the top-accessory cover and 2 under the toner cartridge cover.
b.) Use needle-nose pliers to release the print-cartridge drive-arm tab

CAUTION: The accessory pin (located in the left-rear corner of the cover) is not captive.  Grasp the rear side of the cover and the lid of the cover then lift up and off of the machine. Make sure that the Toner Cartridge Drive Arm is down (Engaged) so that it is out of the way.

Step 9.) Remove the Right Side Cover.
NOTE: When reinstalling the cover make sure that the power switch connecting Rod goes in between the on/off switch Lever guide inside the cover.

Step 10.) Swing the power switch lever out of the way

 power sw arm

Step 11.) Remove the wiring (2 pin connector) Remove the screw holding the Paper Feed Solenoid on the machine. Remove the solenoid and replace it with a new Solenoid. Put everything back in reverse order. You’re done!

solenoid

Paper Jams

Quick Fix for Paper Feed Problems on Copiers, Fax and Printers

Sensor locations

So you need ten sets of a fifty page document for this mornings meeting. It’s 8:30AM and your meeting is at 9:00AM. You begin with your project and the copier jams. You clear the jam but it keeps jamming! It’s not pulling in the paper. Sure you can call the repair person, but you need the copies now! There’s nothing you can do, or is there?

All office equipment that feeds paper has a component inside that pulls the paper out of the paper tray and into the machine. Most are made out of rubber and just like the tires on your car they wear out. When a roller is worn and dirty they will cause paper jams. The purpose of this article is to show you how you can clean or rejuvenate the rollers long enough for you to complete your job and have your repair person come out and fix it properly.

Alternative solutions
When your machine is jamming, first locate where the paper is jamming. Which paper tray? Is it tray 1 or tray 2? Also which size is jamming? On machines that have more than one paper tray you can switch paper trays and then you can skip cleaning the rollers. Make sure when you change cassettes that the copier registers the correct size. The machine will think it is a different size and it will jam. The sensors are set for a specific timing and it will know the difference in length from letter size and legal size. I also would try using the bypass tray or manual feed tray if so equipped. This will get you up and running quicker than cleaning the rollers.

Determining if the rollers are the problem:
If you need the specific tray to be functional we will get busy with the repair.
First make a single copy in the tray that is jamming. By doing this you are determining where the paper is jamming. If it is jamming in the exit for instance, you have another problem. If it is jamming in the center of the machine, again it is a different problem. But if it jams at the cassette or paper tray area the next step is removing the paper tray. Shine your flashlight into the paper feed area and see if there are any pieces of paper torn off inside or something blocking the paper path. Now that you have ruled out a blocked paper path, you can clean the feed roller(s).

Tools Required:
Flashlight, strong cotton towel (so it will not rip off in the machine), WD-40 or Rubber roller rejuvenator.
Note: Never use alcohol to clean rollers. It dries out the tread and the remaining tread will get ripped off and then it still will not feed. Use WD-40 it works great!

Cleaning the rollers:
Shine your flashlight into the paper feed area and locate the rubber rollers that feed the paper in. Grab your towel and saturate it with cleaning fluid. This can be WD-40 or your favorite roller rejuvenator. Start by cleaning the roller and spinning it all the way around not missing any of the surfaces of the roller. Then go over it again with the dry part of the towel. As I said there are many different types. Some have a set of three rollers. One Pre-feed roller, this pushes the paper into the other rollers. One feed roller and one separation roller. Others have a half moon style. These are harder to clean because they have a clutch system that keeps it at home position when not feeding.

WARNING: If you try and turn these to clean them you will damage the clutch mechanism! There are two ways you can clean these types. First you can actuate the clutch by pushing down on the solenoid or release lever. This sometimes can be hard to get to. You can also start the copy process and shut off the machine exactly when the feed roller engages. This takes some patience and practice but it is better than damaging the clutch. Once you get it where you can clean the roller repeat the procedure above.

Some alternatives to replacing feed rollers:
There is a material called feed roller tape. I have used it when I didn’t have the right roller in my car stock. It works with some styles mainly half moon styles. Just peel off the adhesive and wrap it around the worn roller surface. They also have some that stretch over the old rollers. I have never used this but I have been told it will get you up and running. On old copiers or printers that you can no longer get parts for you can apply clear silicon on the feed surface and let it dry twenty four hours. It works but I am inclined to use the real thing. You can also use generic rollers manufactured for almost all equipment. I have mixed feeling about these because I have had to go back and change them again later. For the best repair I use genuine OEM feed rollers. They are still inexpensive and they will last you longer and you will have fewer headaches.

Feed Rollers
There are many types of rollers and feed systems. Here are some common feed rollers with their part numbers. Rollers will normally come in a maintenance kit but they may need to be replaced approximately half way through the maintenance kit cycle.

HP LJ-4000 laser printer
Feed Rollers
RG5-2651-000CN x 2
Note: These are very easily replaced. Just unsnap them and replace them with the new roller.

Toshiba E-Studio 350/450 Photocopier
Paper Feed Rollers
44201807000 x2, 4400669910
these take a little more work. First you need to remove the paper feed assembly and then you can get to the clips that hold them on.

I hope this has helped you complete your print or copy job. Please remember that this article is just a quick fix and not a long term solution. Be sure and call your repair person to fix it correctly.

Izzy

Copiers, Fax machines, printers

Quick Fix for Paper Feed Problems on Copiers, Fax and Printers

So you need ten sets of a fifty page document for this mornings meeting. It’s 8:30AM and your meeting is at 9:00AM. You begin with your project and the copier jams. You clear the jam but it keeps jamming! It’s not pulling in the paper. Sure you can call the repair person, but you need the copies now! There’s nothing you can do, or is there?

Paper Path
Paper Path

All office equipment that feeds paper has a component inside that pulls the paper out of the paper tray and into the machine. Most are made out of rubber and just like the tires on your car they wear out. When a roller is worn and dirty they will cause paper jams. The purpose of this article is to show you how you can clean or rejuvenate the rollers long enough for you to complete your job and have your repair person come out and fix it properly.

Alternative solutions
When your machine is jamming, first locate where the paper is jamming. Which paper tray? Is it tray 1 or tray 2? Also which size is jamming? On machines that have more than one paper tray you can switch paper trays and then you can skip cleaning the rollers. Make sure when you change cassettes that the copier registers the correct size. The machine will think it is a different size and it will jam. The sensors are set for a specific timing and it will know the difference in length from letter size and legal size. I also would try using the bypass tray or manual feed tray if so equipped. This will get you up and running quicker than cleaning the rollers.

Determining if the rollers are the problem:
If you need the specific tray to be functional we will get busy with the repair.
First make a single copy in the tray that is jamming. By doing this you are determining where the paper is jamming. If it is jamming in the exit for instance, you have another problem. If it is jamming in the center of the machine, again it is a different problem. But if it jams at the cassette or paper tray area the next step is removing the paper tray. Shine your flashlight into the paper feed area and see if there are any pieces of paper torn off inside or something blocking the paper path. Now that you have ruled out a blocked paper path, you can clean the feed roller(s).

Tools Required:
Flashlight, strong cotton towel (so it will not rip off in the machine), WD-40 or Rubber roller rejuvenator.
Note: Never use alcohol to clean rollers. It dries out the tread and the remaining tread will get ripped off and then it still will not feed. Use WD-40 it works great!

Cleaning the rollers:
Shine your flashlight into the paper feed area and locate the rubber rollers that feed the paper in. Grab your towel and saturate it with cleaning fluid. This can be WD-40 or your favorite roller rejuvenator. Start by cleaning the roller and spinning it all the way around not missing any of the surfaces of the roller. Then go over it again with the dry part of the towel. As I said there are many different types. Some have a set of three rollers. One Pre-feed roller, this pushes the paper into the other rollers. One feed roller and one separation roller. Others have a half moon style. These are harder to clean because they have a clutch system that keeps it at home position when not feeding.

WARNING: If you try and turn these to clean them you will damage the clutch mechanism! There are two ways you can clean these types. First you can actuate the clutch by pushing down on the solenoid or release lever. This sometimes can be hard to get to. You can also start the copy process and shut off the machine exactly when the feed roller engages. This takes some patience and practice but it is better than damaging the clutch. Once you get it where you can clean the roller repeat the procedure above.

Some alternatives to replacing feed rollers:
There is a material called feed roller tape. I have used it when I didn’t have the right roller in my car stock. It works with some styles mainly half moon styles. Just peel off the adhesive and wrap it around the worn roller surface. They also have some that stretch over the old rollers. I have never used this but I have been told it will get you up and running. On old copiers or printers that you can no longer get parts for you can apply clear silicon on the feed surface and let it dry twenty four hours. It works but I am inclined to use the real thing. You can also use generic rollers manufactured for almost all equipment. I have mixed feeling about these because I have had to go back and change them again later. For the best repair I use genuine OEM feed rollers. They are still inexpensive and they will last you longer and you will have fewer headaches.

I hope this has helped you complete your print or copy job. Please remember that this article is just a quick fix and not a long term solution. Be sure and call your repair person to fix it correctly.

Do-It-Yourself Office, Fuser, Parts, Quality Issues, Service Guides

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