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Re: 53.10 Error "Shut off printer and turn back on"
The error points to your memory see below. the .10 indicates internal ram. You may need a formatter bd.
53.XY.ZZ PRINTER ERROR To continue press cancel job
There is a problem with the printer memory. The dual inline memory module (DIMM) that caused the error will not be used. Values of X and Y are as follows:
X = DIMM type
0 = read-only memory (ROM)
1 = random-access memory (RAM)
Y = device location
0 = internal memory (ROM or RAM)
1 to 4 = DIMM slots 1, 2, 3, or 4
ZZ = error number
0 = unsupported memory
1 = unrecognized memory
2 = unsupported memory size
3 = failed RAM test
4 = exceeded maximum RAM size
6= invalid DIMM speed
Press Cancel Job to continue.
If the problem persists, turn the printer power off and then turn the printer power on.
It might be necessary to replace the specified DIMM. Turn the printer power off, and then replace the DIMM that caused the error.
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Typically the only reason that a printer beeps when printing is because you have the printer plugged into a UPS. None of the circuit boards on the 4350 have any sort of audio capability. Plug the printer right into the wall outlet.
Cancell all print jobs in the print que.. shut down computer disconnect USB or Network cabes to printer... turn printer off then back on wait till printer comes to READY then reconnect USB or Network cables ... turn computer back on and print again
Does it occur on any print job or one in particular. If it happens with one job, that job has a problem. It isn't the printer. If it is all printing go the www.hp.com. then go to "support and drivers". Then select your printer, select your operating system, select firmware. Upgrade your firmware. Make sure that you read the instructions and DO NOT touch the printer while it is upgrading. If the firmware upgrade completes and the errors continue, you will need to replace the formatter.
It's a critical firmware error. Try printing another job. If that one works, something is corrupt with the first job. Still failing remove any extra DIMMs from the formatter. Don't remove the one in slot J1. That's the firmware DIMM. try to print. If it works, reinstall the DIMM and try again. Failure = bad DIMM. You may want to try a firmware upgrade. If everything keeps failing you'll have to replace the formatter.
Print Cartridge Motor Error.
Try removing then re-installing the cartridge. If that does not work then you will need to try a different toner cartridge as the toner cartridge is "locked up". These are the most common solutions. If none of these work then you have a cartridge drive problem and will need to contact a service center.
You can go to www.printerworks.com and do a search for a 4200 model to get a diagram. I'm not sure what you were doing but make sure the fuser unit is seated in properly(two blue latches on fuser unit snaps right into the frame).