Hp Error 49.2319
Action Turn the printer power off and unplug the power cord from the printer. Reset by pressing the continue key. 2. Make sure the locks on each side of the DIMM snap inward into place. (To remove a DIMM, the locks must be released.) CAUTION: Do not move or remove the DIMM Click here for instructions on how to print a Configuration page.
No toner cartridge or cartridge not seated. 3. Figure 24: Removing jammed staple Insert the staple cartridge into the stapler unit and rotate the stapler unit toward the rear of the printer until the unit snaps into place. Press CONTINUE. 2. IIP Only: 1.
These messages typically alternate with the “Ready” or “Status” messages and remain displayed until the (Select) is pressed. Action NOTE: Press the ? (help) button for detailed information about clearing the jam. Sensor arm stuck or broken. 12 PRINTER OPEN 1.
Look for the jam in another location, contact HP, or contact an authorized service provider. Unplug IO cable from rear of printer. CAUTION: To prevent damage to the print cartridge, do not expose it to light for more than a few minutes. Figure 50: Pressing DIMM strait into slot Close the DIMM-access door.
Figure 9: Removing the jammed paper Make sure that the paper is flat in the tray at all four corners and below the maximum-height indicators. Cycle power on the printer. 2. Check tabs on side of toner cartridge. II, III Only: 1.
Check duplex paper path for obstructions. 2. At least one of two tabs must be present. DC Power Supply/Main motor driver malfunction. Inspect pins on formatter MIO connection. 2.
is between 0000J00000 and 2949J2222 2.
Figure 39: Removing the jammed paper Push the fuser firmly into the printer until the blue levers on both sides click into place. Loose toner should clear from the printer after a few pages are printed. IID, IIID Only: 1.
Replace DC Controller PCA. 3. In addition, the printer displays warning messages, error messages, and critical error messages. Press the (Up Arrow) and (Down Arrow) buttons to step through the instructions and/or refer to the following steps. Check entire paper path, check all sensors and flags. 13.21/13.33 Door open jam. 8000/8100 Only: 13.1 Paper late jam at PS2. 13.2 Paper delay jam at PS1 13.5 Fuser output, paper
NOTE: Avoid spilling loose toner. Bad Fuser Safety PCA. (P/N RG1-0208-030.) Note 2686A/D: Short resistor R250 on the DC Controller to bypass error 50 time delay. Bad fuser bulb. 3. IIISi/4Si 1.
Remove the print cartridge and check the paper path for paper. Remove the pages from the output bin and press the (Select) key to continue printing. top 13.02, 13.05, 13.20, 13.21 JAM IN TOP COVER AREA Description Paper jam in the top-cover area.
If a jam message persists, it is possible that paper is still jammed in the printer.
See error 51. Replace Formatter PCA. 64 error 4000/4050/4100/5000/8000/8100 only: A scan buffer occurred - if it persists replace formatter. 66.xx.yy error 4000/4050/4100/5000 only: An error occurred in an external paper handling device, stapler/stacker. Make sure the bottom tab on the cover fits into the corresponding slot in the printer. Some error messages are auto-continuable; if AUTO CONTINUE=ON the printer will continue normal operation after displaying an auto-continuable error message for 10 seconds. (Click here to see the description of AUTO
Rotate the cover up, toward the printer. Replace Interface/Formatter PCA. If necessary, lift the black plastic guide that is located on the top of the fuser to gain access to the jammed paper. alternates with 51.XY PRINTER ERROR To continue turn off then on 52.XY PRINTER ERROR For help press?
It causes static electricity, which can, in turn, cause paper jams. top 13.12.08/13.12.09, 13.12.10/13.12.11 JAM IN OUTPUT DEVICE Description Jam in the output device (stapler stacker of stacker). If it is installed, remove the optional duplexer by lifting it up and then pulling it out. top 13.06 and 13.12 JAM INSIDE REAR DOOR Description Paper jam inside or outside the rear door of the printer.
Thanks!Stu - Anonymous Please sign in to comment Unknown Printer Buy discount ink Buy this printer © Copyright 2011-2016, FixYourOwnPrinter.com, Inc. An attempt might have been made to transfer too many macros, soft fonts, or complex graphics. Remove I/O cables. (Cable is hooked up incorrectly or bad interface in computer.) 2. Press the (Up Arrow) and (Down Arrow) buttons to step through the instructions and/or refer to the following steps.
Replace Paper Control PCA (Solenoid/Sensor PCB Assembly). 4. Reduce the complexity of the print job to avoid the error.