Reconnected the fan and re attached the covers. Verify that the connection to connector J82 on the DC controller PCA is firmly seated (P4014 series only). 6. by dmzcompute on Jan 12, 2007 at 5:14am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Was the original problem a 50.2 error?First verify the replacement fusers part number is correct Fusers cost about £180 delivered.
marketpoint.com Almost nothing beyond cut and paste from the service manual. However we don't think that is likely for the P4014 fusers because the thermistor is on the heater bar inside the sleeve. fixya Answer ripped from somewhere else ? helpowl just a generic index - no idea why Google thought it important.
You don't tell us why you changed the fuser or whether it is a new OEM or some kind of remanufactured one. If the printer has been moved from a cold to a hot room (or from a warm place to a cool one) then the environment thermistor will be wrong and the depot-america seriously out of date article unless you still have LaserJet 8000 series printers. However that is probably the worst thing to do unless you have the budget for a hefty UPS.
On the LJ-P4014 series printers 50.7 quite probably is the fuser but on some other models it is likely to be other gears. HP_CLJ-4500 Numbered Error Messages for the Color LaserJet 4500 and 4550 not relevant to the query. This problem seems less frequent than "50.1" and a bit less common than it used to be on older printers. 50.2 Fuser Error 4200 People who sell fusers don't find much profit in it (HP gets most of the purchase price) so we don't want damaged ones sending back.
Xanté Customer Support 26.903 προβολές 1:31 Tech Tip #1 - How to Replace the Fuser in an HP LaserJet 4250 Printer - Διάρκεια: 1:31. A typical printer is used intermittently so this can save a significant amount of energy. First I powered the machine off and back on and had no luck. http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/posts/43061 Errors Without Messages Fusers can go wrong and initially give no error at all.
Since thermistors don't often fail the fault is more likely to be the heater. 50.2 Fuser Error P3015 What's funny is that i replaced this fuser less than two weeks back. Look for weird things like material stuck to the sleeve which might stop heat travelling correctly or distort the material so it doesn't sit correctly. Joko Purwanto 83.976 προβολές 10:18 Configuring your HP LaserJet 4200/4250 Jet Direct Card. - Διάρκεια: 6:41.
Turn the printer off off and leave it for 20 minutes. The toner gets too hot and tacky, the page cover is too high and the paper fails to separate from the heated surface. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp Printer The fuser got too hot more quickly than the DC-controller firmware expected. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 4525 There is an article about 50.8 amongst the stuff but it is for the P3015 and isn't insightful.
by moe on May 29, 2009 at 10:12am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 It said replace fuser (the old one had some of the roller coming apart in However the fuser should be moving and at temperature before the print media arrives so if the film is not carrying heat away presumably the 50.3 error could happen. by unknown on May 31, 2009 at 6:53pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 My bad, I just naturally assumed that since you said it was a 220V fuser, In practice a P4014 series device is a huge load of about 840 watts average when it is printing and somewhat more when the fuser is operating. What Is Fuser Error
A single measuring point doesn't represent the distribution of heat across the whole fuser well. If no, then you got a defective fuser and you need to return it for replacement. You need to replace the fuser. Inspect the fusing assembly connectors, at the front of the assembly, and the connectors on the high-voltage power supply PCA.
HP_LJ-2300 Numerical Error Messages. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp Laserjet Pro 400 M401n A bit more information on toner behaviour is available under the CC364A cartridge heading. What you did might have been a Maintenance reset, but that just clears the counter.
fortwayneprinterrepair Brief article specifically about the P4014 series and 50.2 errors printerrepairsupport Another article specifically about the P4014 series and 50.2 errors, rather similar to the first. laserzone123 Boilerplate rubbish trying to sell refurb fusers for $150 with $50 charge if no core exchange. printerrepairsupport Brief, mentions turning off and on and power source, doesn't discuss any part numbers other than RM1-4554 but no mention of CB506-67901 or RM1-4579. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 1536 No real explanation as to why it then goes to 50.9.
The fuser softens the toner and sticks it to the page using pressure. If the fuser sleeve does not rotate properly then if media were to arrive print will smear. Paper creasing usually happens when the fuser is hot and / or the paper is excessively damp. HP_forum.
However they do have a good article on metering suspect fusers fixya Rather generic page covering a great many printers in Fixya's usual cheerfully brief (not to say innadequate) style. The part number is verified. The user will find marks on the page and toner not adhering to the page properly and might find some bits of foil in the output tray. precisionroller 18.890 προβολές 8:16 HP 4200 4250 4300 4350 13.20 error on startup fix - Διάρκεια: 1:44.
Web Research I tried querying Google with P4015 "50.6 FUSER ERROR" in quotes and got a suggestion of About 31,600 results; implying a popular topic. Web Research I tried querying Google with P4015 "50.1 FUSER ERROR" in quotes; this gave About 6,500 results which is lower than might be expected for the most frequent error, perhaps If the mains voltage is 10 percent higher than it nominally ought to be then current goes up 10 percent as well and so the power output of the fuser is Thats why I didnt answer the question.
We aren't clear that the P4014 series do that although it does slow down for some materials from tray 1. If you have "50.4" on a printer then: Do as the manual says and try reseating the fuser. The high current can pull the voltage down. To do that the fuser raises the surface of the page momentarily near the melting point of the toner.