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Printer displaying 49.2F80 error message

What does this error message indicate it only appears with large print jobs. One of my clients is working with an HP LaserJet 4250N printer for water billing software. the software is under SQL 2000 Database. when they are printing the invoices that are more than 150 pages the printer in the 40-50 page write this message: 49.2F80 error. turn off and then on. Arben KOTE ALBANIA akote@albmail.com

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Author Subject: 49.2F80 SERVICE ERROR printer displaying 49.2F80 error message - favorites_add.gif vanessa spinelli
Feb 14, 2008 00:50:36 GMT Hi,

I have an HP 2420d printer, and I keep getting the following error message:

49.2F80 SERVICE ERROR

How can I fix this? It usually goes away when I turn it off and back on, but it's annoying to have to do it so often.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Robert M. Stewart expert_small.gif Feb 15, 2008 22:36:20 GMT Unassigned 49 errors are the formatter. Network card? Swap it. Any extra memory recently? Remove it. razmprinter displaying 49.2F80 error message - lighthouse.gif lighthouse.gif Feb 16, 2008 15:23:50 GMT Unassigned you could try to unplug from everything and just have it plugged by itself into the wall and maybe print some test pages to see if the error comes up at any of those points.then hook up via parallel and try to send some print jobs ,then hook via USB and send some print jobs and see if the error comes up at any of those points.this can can help narrow things down and point to the network or elsewhere.

like the previous poster said,sometimes something on the formatter can cause this issue,like a hard disk or network card,where removing these ,at least temporariliy to test can help.

if you have the internal network port(usually on the "n" model),then try a cold reset.if you have a hard disk you can also use a skip disk load option by holding the down arrow while powering on until all led's come on ,then use the arrows to scroll to "skip disk load".cold reset is similiar except,hold down the select(checkmark) button while powering on until all led's come on and the language option pops up on the display.then scroll to cold reset.

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