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57.70 error for hp colorlaserjet 9500n

How i can solve this error codes to my printer hp lj 9500n

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This is the fuser fan error replace them ur problem will be resolved

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6L/5L Check memory card compatibliity - 1,2,4,8 MB, 5 volt, 70 nanosecond or faster6P/5P/5 Main motor problem, check gear train for binding. Check connections to DC controller - replace main motor
4L/4 Main motor problem, check gear train for binding. Replace main motor
IIIP/IIP+/IIP Error 57-1 Incompatible memory can be either top or bottom slot. Also check motor cable connections. Replace main motor. Can also be DC controller.
5Si/4+/4Si/IIISi (X=2, 3 or 4) Fan motor faulty, check fan number X or duplexor fan and replace as necessary
5 Main motor failure - replace main motor
4+ 57.1 Gears are siezed, motor is bad or DC controller is bad
4Si/IIISi 57.1 Gears siezed, faulty top cover switch, faulty AC interlock switch, J010 loose or faulty, bad main motor PCA
LJ 4000/405 An error occurred with the Fan’s motor. X = Description 
4 Printer Fan 7 Duplex Fan
1. Check the Fan’s connector and make sure the Fan is not blocked.
2. Replace the Fan.
LJ 5100 A temporary printing error occurred. x = description 1—printer fan
1. Check the fan connector and make sure that the fan is not blocked.
2. Replace the fan.
LJ8100/8150 A fan motor failure occurred. All fans are enabled to low speed operation
at power on. Fans will go into high speed operation during the print cycle.
X Description
2 Fan 3 - Formatter Fan (intake)
3 Fan 2 - Laser/scanner (exhaust)
5 Fan 1 -Low-voltage power supply (exhaust)
6 Fan 4 - Face-down delivery (exhaust)
9 Fan 5 - Tray 1 fan
A temporary printing error occurred in one of the printer fans. X represents the fan motor number associated with the error. For example, 1 = fan motor 1. Power the printer off/on to clear error. Replace appropriate fan as needed.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

  • remoteserver Mar 09, 2009

    the main problem seems in --

    1. The cooling fan in the optional duplexer is bad. 

    1. Replace the duplexer fan.

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