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HHmmmm. many possible causes of that sir. the Developer reach the copy limit. the corona wire is cut off. the high voltage maybe filled with toner need to clean that. or the exposure lamp is busted. Good luck in hunting Sir.
Malfunction in cutter section: The cutter motor
does not reach both right and left cutter position detecting switches
within 2 seconds
1) Drive wire cut 2) Drive section malfunction 3) No power supply
Malfunction in the paper table drive section: The
lower limit sensor or the paper table height sensor is not turned off
even though the paper table UP or Down signal is applied
1) Drive worm gear broken 2) Mounting screw of the worm gear broken 3) No power supply
I had the same problem. Chatted with HP technician who indicated the repair would cost more than a new printer. I asked for access to service manual but was told there is none. I was able to fix it myself by using a hacksaw blade to cut across the dark plastic bridge area that hides the open cover sensor. After removing this section of plastic I was able to see the wiring plug attached to the faulty sensor. All you have to do is jumper the two colored wires together (ignore the black wire) and the cover open error will go away. Make sure you clean out all the debris you created from cutting out the plastic section before powering it up. I placed a clean rag inside the printer under this area before cutting to catch most of the plastic "sawdust." It wasn't pretty, but it was better than throwing the printer away and buying a new one. It didn't take more than a few minutes to fix, and with the cover down, you don't even know it's been "hacked."
plz try the printer in another pc, if the problem is not there then your pc is having problem, plz download the latest drivers and check, if the problem is not solved then try by changing the slot of the usb and try with another usb cable.
plz remove the tapes from the printer and connect it to a power socket with the correct wire. then open the lid of the printer and insert the cartridge.then switch on your pc and insert the cd which come with your printer and follow the instructuion. plz do not connet your printer to pc untill the message tell you to connect.You can check the manual for futher help
To access wires/connectors remove back cover 4 screws open and remove right door 2 screws on back frame one with small spring attached remove fuser unit with 2 screws unplug 3 connectors on back of copier. remove one screw on wire end of fuser/cut ty wrap with wire cutters be careful not to cut wires!! pull off cover remove heat lamp by pulling on copper end piece slide lamp up and out remve small c shaped retainer ring from end of roll with 2 small flatblade screwdrivers take off old gear and install new one-lubricate bushings with a few drops of fuser oil on both ends re-assemble in reverse order.