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The HP4700 Printer
The HP 4700 is a family of color LaserJet printers intended for use by work groups and small offices. The printer itself differs little from model to model with accessories including wireless printing options and various paper tray configurations.
Error Code 'Service Error 49.2'
According to the user manual, 49.X error codes mean, "a critical firmware error has occurred." Firmware is Software that ties to specific hardware components. While occasionally this means hardwired programming, installed drivers often feed programming and instructions to modern devices.
Correcting the Error
Firmware errors can often be corrected by turning the device off and on again. If this fails to correct the issue, reinstalling the driver software may correct the problem. If the problem persists, HP technical support should be contacted.
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No problem ... just try to follow these steps please and it will give all the answer for your question
remove the cartidge from the printer and clean up the bronze dotted spots on the cartidge as well as the place where the cartidge is placed inside the printer... then turn on your printer it will ask you to insert the cartidges ..... hope it will owrk for you if does not you may try another cartidge if does not work either its time to call the Manufacturer and get the printer replaced....
E805 error code means failure of one of the many fans inside the copier. If there is not a dash with four numbers after the 805 code on the display, it is one of two fans - FM1 the transport bed fan or FM9 - the reversing fan just below the fuser assy. There are several checks that can be done but a too lengthy to be described. A tech maybe the best answer depending on your mechanical ability.
Your post is correct that error 53 refers to bad memory board or at times defective SIMM only. Since you have replaced them and no change, you may want to try to do a Cold Reset of the printer. This is done by powering on the printer while holding down the GO or Online button. Additionally, you may want to check/reset your NVRAM settings which can be done manually through the Service Mode.
This pagelists most of the HP Laser Printer error codes. This linkdisplays most HP LaserJets - Cold Reset Instructions.
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