Hp 8150 Fuser Error Reset
I replace probably >8-10 kits of differing models a week in 3 different cities for the >same mortgage company, they are finally coming around to a better 3rd >party vendor for Nächstes Video 50.9 fuser error HP Laserjet 3800 3600 3000 CP3505 2700 - Dauer: 2:16 Printertechs.Com Inc 26.230 Aufrufe 2:16 50.1 low voltage power supply hp laserjet 8100dn 8150dn how to USA only though. LVPS is common to replace but you have to do these simple things first. http://upintheaether.com/fuser-error/hp-8150-fuser-error-50-1-reset.php
Turn off printer for 20 minutes (to allow internal error circuit to reset) and try again. Thanks to everybody that posted.Hey where is that D601 you mentioned AMT?Thanks. by unknown on Feb 16, 2006 at 1:07pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The Q600 triac, center pin, was missing solder alltogether and had a burn spot. The 2nd pass roller at the top of the PIU gets hard >>and dried on the tires, the small molded rollers in the right door >>get hard and slick, the rollers
50.1 Fuser Error On Hp Laserjet 8100 And 8150
Email me at [emailprotected] and I'll give you an exact price. The thig was that a thermal sensor on the top of the upper roller was bad, so there was no signal from it and the fuser lamps wont heat up. I have succesfully gotten rid of the error on a handful of other 8150's in the past by swaping the LVPS but not this time.
The gears should rotate smoothly. Just go around and hit all the suspicious looking ones, mostly the ones that have larger pins. In many machines the fuser is a maintenance item and the major component of a maintenance kit. 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 9050 Could be something blocking it.
If it were the power supply shorting it has an internal fuse that should blow.You didn't mention if you were 110v or 220v but the theory is the same regardless.Russ Blakeman, 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 4700 Send an Email Toll Free: 877-365-1903 About us Terms Contact us Help Login Brand : All brands HP Models Lexmark Models Xerox Models Model : Choose a brand Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/posts/22162 Also with these beasts, IIRC, there's possibly some involvement from the logic circuits telling the PSU to turn on certain sections.
Apart from the maintenance kits there is very little service needed on these, the kits are recommended at 350,000 page intervals and you will need to reset the counter each time 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 9040 I immediately powered off, and rechecked all connections and cables. by Anonymous on Aug 10, 2005 at 8:40pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 HI i have a hp8150n and when I plug it in it works fine but No it means an engine related failure is imminent or happening - could be a loose gas cap too.
50.1 Fuser Error Hp 4700
Those that are ASP certified in the 8100 and 8150 line will get the $101 unit for much less since they are discounted but of course there's alwas that high HP look at this web-site Dave <> wrote in message news:... > I have an HP LaserJet 8150 which is displaying a 50.1 Fuser error, > which I tracked down to the Low Voltage Power Supply's 50.1 Fuser Error On Hp Laserjet 8100 And 8150 As for the >>$101 C4265-69006 LVPS - HP has had those non-stock for a long time >>now (I've been checking for 6 months now), I think they list them but >>don't 50.1 Fuser Error Hp Laserjet P1102 Low Voltage Power Supply 1.
This printer is inclined to dump >a little >toner which can be picked up with a dry lint free cloth easily, and >they >generate paper dust just in front of the http://upintheaether.com/fuser-error/hp-printer-8150-fuser-error.php Norma operations for them sees a lot of trees being killed - they get thei paper in 2500 sheet boxes without the reams bundled - just 5 ream worth in a I don't have any error messages. hard to miss it once you take off the back cover.http://h20141.www2.hp.comit's the large rectangle part in this diagram .. Hp 8150 Low Voltage Power Supply
Removed burn residue, resoldered, now working fine. My largest 8150 customer, a university with 50+ 8150 printers (plus heaps,of other models) all with 2000 sheet bins is always quoted OEM kit pricing, ever since they tried a different Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! http://upintheaether.com/fuser-error/hp-8150-fuser-error.php For those curious if the solder joints are bad - in most cases the solder joints will appear normal - get a good 5x or better magnifier on the larger joints
by Andy on Sep 11, 2003 at 11:59pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 1 I would like to thank EVERYONE on here who posted suggestions, diagrams, and information in 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 5100 You as the intelligent human that is troubleshooting has to figure out the actual problem that causes the machine to show the error. If the image is light, then it is optics or high voltage issue.
by dmzcompute on Sep 1, 2004 at 1:42pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I have same problem with my LaserJet 8150, I changed the Fuser it did't fix Hochgeladen am 24.10.2011http://www.brokenprinter.com/laserjet...Error 50.1 Fuser error hp laserjet 8100 8150 how to repair RG5-4300 or RG5-4357 low voltage power supply failure Kategorie Bildung Lizenz Standard-YouTube-Lizenz Mehr anzeigen Weniger anzeigen Wird geladen... These heating elements are subject to failure from burned resistive heating paths and fractures of the ceramic substrate material. Rg5-4357 Ask for a refurbished one. $189.Nick - nickhill2002 0 If it is the LVPS, most of the errors can be fixed by resoldering the components on the board.
everytime you get the error by temp0r on May 15, 2005 at 7:58pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Those power supply's are pretty pricy, if any of you Only problem was getting cover off and on the printer. And you generally can fix it if the problem has recently occurred. http://upintheaether.com/fuser-error/hp-lj-8150-fuser-error.php I couldn't find any other places that looked suspicious, but after putting the power supply back in, I still get the error.It seems very strange that fixing the D601 solder points
Thanks Moe. Other >>common problems is the one listed - 50.1 fuser error, usually caused >>by broken solder joints on the LVPS at the triac connections. 99.9% >>of the time a reflow of Anyone know for sure? DON RICH by Anonymous on Nov 13, 2005 at 12:45am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 First off do not shout.
Don't waste your time & don't waste customers money on something that could be a simple resolution. I rebuild the PIU and outfeed with parts from PartsMart in Georgia rather than buying a whole PIU or outfeed (except for the mortgage office jobs - they buy the parts One of HPs rules. If the resistance measures out ok, I'd discount the fuser as the cause and go for a DC controller next.
If the printer is the Photosmart 8150 you really need to start your own thread to get help. I had a 50.3 error, rebooted the printer and then got the 50.1 error. You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. The solder connections open from heat.
It took three printers to get one that worked. I replace probabl 8-10 kits of differing models a week in 3 different cities for th same mortgage company, they are finally coming around to a better 3r party vendor for I have replaced the toner and fuser with known good ones and I am still having the same problem. Also can not rule out that there is a 20% chance of a DC controller issue also..you need to replace the Low Voltage Power Supply.
I checked the DC Controller board. Wird verarbeitet... Most newer models have solid state thin film heating elements rather than the halogen lamps in older machines. by msr976 on Nov 15, 2006 at 6:42am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 replace the fuser,its not the power supply.
I ohmed the device and it was fine. by dmzcompute on Nov 15, 2006 at 5:15am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 You can use a paper clip to keep the shutter open. Both your diagnostics on a 50.1 error and the how to video were spot on helpful. I don't have another LVPS to swap out, but do you have any more suggestions?Thanks. - Anonymous Yeah, they are.