I have an hp laserjet 1320 that has no power at all and keeps blowing fuses.Could this be the ECU? I've put in 2 fuses and it blows them right away.Is there a way to know for sure without swapping the part? Thanks for the help.
Try connecting the printer to a circuit board (one with a circuit breaker) to ensure overvoltage is minimised. Next check that the printer has the appropriate power setting (220v/110v Depending on your area.) Ps- not all fuses are the same , if you have the original 1 look on the adaptor and it will say 220/110V at ?A thats the proper fuse to get ,if you replaced a different fuse (lower rating) it will go out instantly.if the fuse still goes out you will need to ask Hp for a replacement adaptor for your printer.(if none is available you need to either take it to hp (costly) or buy another printer .
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Go to "Devices and printer" and right click on the 1320, go down to "printer properties" and click. When the new box opens click on "device settings" tab and scroll down to installable option and find Duplex unit. Be sure it is set to installed, if not set it. Now your printer should duplex again.
If you're running a Mac, when you try to install the LaserJet 1320, it may suggest that you use the driver set for "HP LaserJet 1320 Foomatic/pxlmono." Do not use those settings. I had to reinstall my 1320 recently and since it said that was the recommended choice, I selected it. If I printed just text, it worked fine, but even a tiny 50KB image would take 5 minutes to print. When I reinstalled it again, I selected the option "HP LaserJet 1320 series," and everything works just fine now.
Hello: Check the main fuse if the unit blown especially if the unit is totally dead meaning no light on the main panel comes on. You may of had a power surge that blew the fuse. If you find the fuse good and the unit still does'nt power up then you have a power supply problem or something external of the PS is loading it down.
Please note: Instructions only applicable to the network printer which supports telnet protocol. HP Mono and Color LaserJet Network Printers - Sleep Mode Problem
Issue Network printers may not print when a job is sent to the printer while in sleep mode. Solution Please follow the steps below- 1. Connect the printer to telnet- Using command prompt. 2. Type telnet > IP address press then enter. 3. Type menu and press enter.
Following screen will appear-
4. Choose option 2 TCP/IP menu and press enter, 5. Choose option 5 TCP/IP other settings and press enter. 6. Type y in front of cursor and carry on pressing enter until you reach “SLP keep alive”. By default this value may be 0. 7. Change this value to 1. 8. Exit and save settings.