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Engine fuser error

My HP P1006 is giving me an engine fuser error, at times it can print 1 or 2 pages before the error comes up. How can I resolve this problem?

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You need to service the Printer fuser unit,
if this is an intermittem error,
this will fix,
must be a loose connection in the fuser

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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nstructions
  1. Remove the printer from any UPS supplies, additional power supplies, or power strips.
  2. Plug the printer into a wall outlet to check whether this resolves the problem.
  3. If the printer is already plugged in, try another power source in the building independent of the one being used.
  4. The line voltage and current source at the printer location might need to be inspected to make sure that it meets the printer's electrical specifications.
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