How to Identify and Fix Common Problems ?
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This error code points either to a physical obtruction on the carriage or a damage on the carriage belt. I would recommend to remove the paper, open the printer`s cover and check for any physical obstruction on the printable area. Make sure print head is properly intalled and carriage moves freely from side to side.
HP Designjet T-Series Printers: T610/T620/T1100/T1120/T1200/T770/T2300/T790/T1300/Z2100/Z3100/Z3200/Z5200/Z5400. Generally, System Error 86:01 refers to paper jams or obstructions (problems moving the carriage) in the Scan Axis area.
This system error describes a failure of the 5-volt voltage regulator on the carriage board. When one of the printheads has failed, it appears to interfere with the energy calibration for another printhead. This error condition may only appear while initializing the printer or after doing a printhead replacement.
63.00. 41 There is an error in the toner supplied to the black developer. HP LaserJet Black Developer Unit: 8JM70-67001 (E783xx series) or JC96-11666A (E778xx series}. If the firmware bundle installed on the printer is lower than 4.6.
The error may occur when there is a communication issue between the formatter and the scanner. Turn the printer off and then back on to clear the error message. note: Performing this action will remove all custom configurations, settings, and files.
23 or 30.03. 45 Scanner Errors. The resolution for either error is to, if preferred to send a firmware update, then replace the flatbed scanner assembly. It has been found that it is in most cases the internal lamp that has failed, but is not available through HP as a replaceable part.
59.10 is a main drive error, which could be a bound up fuser. 51.10 is a laser error, which could be a bad laser unit. Which error do you have? If the printer can print an engine test, then you may have a bad formatter.
This error is specifically related to the fuser drive motor itself. The manual states that it`s a “fuser motor start up error“.
59.70 is a black developer motor failure. If unit is still under warranty contact tech support and get it repaired. If unit is out of warranty you will need a developer motor RM2–7344–000CN.
42.10 – Scan Axis Motor failing. 42 stands for the sub system of the scan axis motor and 10 is stating to replace the motor.
08 Home position error. The scanner optic failed to return to the home position.
When a 30.03.22 error is displayed on the control panel, it indicates that there is an error calibrating the scanner. Turn the printer off, and then back on to clear the error. If the issue continues, contact HP technical support to perform more complex troubleshooting steps.
Normally a 30.01 error is a paper jam in the document feeder. Id check the ADF sensors and look for anything that could be causing a false alarm by the printer. and here: /t5/Multifunction-and-All-in-One/HP-CLJ-CM4730-MFP-30-01-34-scanner-failure/td-p/5963917#.
The error is about a 24V overvoltage issue usually from the ADF on a double sided scan. Reboot usually clears it.
The flag located right of the pick-up roller has a fixed position. If the flag becomes stuck or broken, it will produce a 60.02 tray lift error or a “LOAD PAPER” message. If this flag is broken or if the sensor has failed, the RM2-6368 paper feed guide will need to be replaced.
This error has nothing to do with the laser/scanner—it means “unexpected paper size.” The printer measures paper size two ways: The paper cassette has a set of ridges and/or levers usually found on the right side.
Description: This error is primarily caused by a transfer alienation failure in which the ITB is stuck and unable to rotate, the SR9 sensor (the primary transfer roller disengagement sensor) has gone bad or the fuser drive assembly has failed.
Typically a 59. xx error message is due to a temporary printing error occurred and requires you to cycle power on the printer. The 59 error is associated with a main motor failure.
In this blog, we will discuss a common OfficeJet Pro printhead problem: event code 62.80. A0. This error frequently occurs when switching to a new printhead. If this is the case, you may have damaged the FFC cable while installing the new printhead.
Er/35 displays, the Toner Reload indicator blinks quickly, and an Alert triangle displays on the Toner Level indicator. Debris in the toner reload port is preventing the printer from connecting to the Toner Reload Kit. Remove the Toner Reload Kit, clear any debris from the reload port, and then reinsert the kit.
Check for obstructions in the carriage path
Open the cartridge access door to get to the carriage inside the printer. Make sure the carriage is not obstructed by gently sliding the carriage side to side. Look for and remove any obstructions in the carriage path, such as crumpled paper or dislodged labels.
The 60.02 error indicates a possible fault with the paper tray lifter motor (RM1-1750).
If you are seeing a “50.1 Fuser Error” on your HP LaserJet 5000 or 5100 series printer, you probably need to replace the fuser. Fusers are a consumable part and are sold as part of a maintenance kit; it is expected over the life of the printer you will replace the fuser several times.