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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: FUSER ERROR
I just reviewed both of the above fuser issues (50.2 & 50.3). Both are highly likely (even if recently replaced) fuser damaged. I have included below a link to a free HP service manual for your machines. Start on page 309 using a volt/ohms meter to test the fuser. To address the "Guest" inquiry regarding the HVPS, there is a separate HVPS however please be aware that it is not part of the fusing circuit in this machine. If anything it would be the LVPS (Low Voltage Power Supply) however very remote. Odds are maybe 1 in 200 on your best day. I'd put 10 fusers in the machine before I bought 1 LVPS. This machine is known to eat fusers. The HVPS and LVPS at this time are just about bulletproof. PLEASE TRY TESTING THE FUSER AGAIN USING THE MANUAL PAGE 309 TO 311. If your really want the power supplies though, they are on the part number list at the end of the manual. I just looked it up and we have repaired 74 of machines to date with not one PS ever used. 59 of the 74 have been for fuser issues.
Here's the manual link:
Hope that helps you both. :)
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
From Woody Friesen:
Did the printer have a rough ride? HP's service manual suggests this to be a laser error on the yellow laser scanner, though these printers usually withstand shipping without any problems. Just for grins, if you can get the printer to get to READY again, run the printer through a complete calibration (from the control panel: Configure Device/Print Quality/Calibrate Now). The DC controller circuit board is also a possibility, but given the error code popped up almost as soon as you plugged the machine in suggests the yellow scanner has suffered some sort of mechanical damage from the trip. If the calibrate routine doesn't remedy the problem and you want to be sure, you could do the major disassembly required and swap the yellow scanner with the scanner for another color in the printer and if the error code changes to 51.2M (magenta), 51.2C (cyan) or 51.2K (black) (the code will reflect which scanner you exchanged with the one in the yellow position) you'll have confirmed the scanner is the problem, or if no change, then the DC controller is next in the chain.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
For any fuser error, the first thing that should be done is replacing the fuser. If the error still shows up after wards, it could be the LVPS (Low voltage power supply) or a board.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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