Question about HP Hewlett Packard LaserJet P3005n Printer
55.04.92 dc controller error
Posted by Anonymous on
I need help,my printer are hp lj 3035,the error is 55.04.92-DC CONTROLLER ERROR,how to fix this erroer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will not find the answer to this problem on any forum as I have searched each one! However I have had the same problem and found out that if you have reseantly replaced or reseated the Paper Pic-up assy you may have not pushed down the plastic top cover which sits directly underneath the Cyan Cartridge, this will cause your 5550/5500 to think there is no problem and carry on printing without any error messages.
I'm just a man doing a boys job, lol
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
Testimonial: "Wow! Thank you sir. That was the problem. I had not touched the paper input assembly. So obviously, a user did this. Thanks again!"
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Hi<br /> <br /> The formatter board in the printer is faulty. The heat from the chips softens the soldier and makes the joints bad causing all types of misleading errors.<br /> To solve the problem you can try two differant methords, both will endevour to melt the soldier joints back to good.<br /> <br /> Slide the right hand cover to the back of the printer and remove.<br /> <br /> Open metal door to see formatter board<br /> <br /> Disconnect the three wires from the top left of board, they only go in one way so you do not need to mark them.<br /> <br /> Undo the screws around the board and pull the board free.<br /> <br /> Using a hot air paint stripper heat up the reverse side of the board applying plenty of heat to the soldier joints<br /> <br /> Reasemble<br /> <br /> Do a cold restart and away it should go.<br /> <br /> Alternative to the hot air gun you can but the board in the oven.<br /> Trust me on this one it will survive.<br /> <br /> Support the board at the edges on small blocks of wood to stop it from touching the pan<br /> <br /> Pre heat the oven to 180 degrees<br /> (soldier melts around 165)<br /> <br /> Put the board in for eight minutes and then remove, let cool befour touching.<br /> <br /> Reasemble<br /> <br /> Do a cold restart and the printer should work.<br /> <br /> Chris<!-- from fixya rte -->
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
Check the sensor flag where the paper exits the printer, make sure it is not stuck in the "up" position. There is a small black plastic flap right in the center of where the paper exits. When this flap is up it tells the printer that this area is full. HP instructions are to "flip" the sensor flag up and down to make sure it is not stuck. Please be careful when doing this as it is a delicate piece.
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Posted on Aug 17, 2010
Annoying but easy to solve.
Go to the printer's ip address management page from a web browser. Look under the TCP/IP address settings. Click on the advanced selection. Disable the LPD Banner page. That should fix it, if it's not under advanced poke around until you find LPD Banner Page. ;)
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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