Question about HP LaserJet 4700 Printer
What is this and how can I solve
Turn off the printer. remove the duplex device from the printer. turn on the printer. enter the diagnostic menu. enter the menu for sensor and motors. select the fuser motor and let it run. if you can hear it its ok (its not such a noicy one ... you have to listen very good) - follow up the next steps:
turn off the printer. turn on the printer. enter the service menu - pin code is: 09470005. set to 0 all counters for mono print, color print and the counter after service. leave the menu.
turn off the printer, reinstall the duplax device. turn on the printer.
result: the error msg is gone. its just HP wants to sell theyr service contracts.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
A 59.30 error is a "Fuser Motor Start Up Error". You have a major problem and it could be the fuser, fuser motor, or a logic problem. More than likely you will have to take it in for service or call someone to come to you. I problely won't be cheap to fix.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Yeah ... right now got the offer from HP support for this error msg. 900 CHF inkluding all costs - aproximately 12% from the price of the whole printer - after 2.5 years. bad deal :-(
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: ours's a hp color laserjet
The 59.30 error means that the fuser (hot rollers) drive motor is not starting to rotate when the printer is powered on. Check the fuser unit for binding. Possibly due to a paper jam in that section. After checking this, turn the printer off and on to see if it works. This printer is not one of HP's better products. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
SOURCE: How can I solve the
The error says that "The transfer rollers in the ETB are not
If replacing the ETB(electronic transfer belt) doesn't fix the problem, your printer is going to need a technician. Problem could be poor seating of the cables on the ETB motor or the 'transfer-roller separation solenoid or the DC Controller.
It could be a bad ETB motor or solenoid or DC Controller or high voltage power supply.
This isn't something that is going to be fixed by email.
I hope you have a service contract for your printer.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
You are having a fan issue. Check all fans to insure that they are working properly and replace the one you are having the problem with.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
If you haven't taken your printer apart, somehow the "cams" in the developer drive assembly worked their way out of alignment.
Somebody trained is going to have to align and calibrate the main drive assembly.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
All the book says is that one of the motors had a problem.
Power it off for at least 30 seconds. Power back on.
Make sure you are not using a surge protector.
Put the power cord directly into the wall outlet.
I just checked the manual for another printer and the 59.f0
could be the ITB. Make sure that it is seated correctly. If you have
a spare install it and see if problem goes away.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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