Question about HP Laserjet CM2320nf All-In-One Color Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am having problem in finding solution for HP Laser Jet 1300 which is not getting ready and shows orange light blinking. I have check the tonner and the sensor which are located backside but the problem is still as it.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
This a formatter failure, sounds like the formatter went out while trying to do a hard reset or after updating the firmware,
Try doing a nvram:
Turn the printer off and hold the down arrow and the cancel button
Turn the printer on while holding the two buttons down
Continue holding until you see the permanent storage message and wait for the ready message to display
If this doesn't work call hp and tell them that printer is frozen and will not initialize, this is due to a formatter failure. If it has been less than 2 years since the purchase date then you will apply for a service note and will be able to have the printer serviced for free, Contact hp's tech support at 1800-334-5144.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
There is a list of solutions on HP website. Go thru it:
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
This usually indicates a failure of the fuser assembly. This part is what heats the toner to melt it onto the page called fusing. The fuser has a heat roller the turns when you print and when you initialize the printer. The clicking sound is cause when the heat roller is stuck and not turning and the gears are slipping. The clicking sound will come from the back right hand side if this is the case. You will need to get a replacement fuser assemble and swap them out. You can do a Google search for "cn2320nf fuser assembly" to get the correct part number. By the spelling of Colour I am guessing you are in either Canada or Europe so you may need a different part number than the US part, it would be based on line voltage either 110v or 220v
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Posted on May 06, 2011
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