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Hp psc 2210xi all in one

Scanner failure turned it off and on like it said now hearing skipping noise and same error

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Uninstall and reinstall printer driver maybe the scanner driver has been corrupt..

Posted on May 12, 2009

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5120 code error


Any of these error codes (51.20 51.21 51.22 51.23) points to a failure with one of the laser scanner assemblies on the HP Color LaserJet 4610 an 4650 series. To solve these error codes, replace the corresponding laser scanner. Sometimes when the laser scanner fails you will also hear loud noises (often higher-pitched noises like screeching sounds); the noises can be another sign that the laser scanner needs replacing.
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51.XY
PRINTER ERROR
For help press
alternates with
51.XY
PRINTER ERROR
A printer error has occurred.
X Description
1 beam detect error
2 laser error
Y Description
0 no color / black
1 Press to continue.
2 Turn the printer off and then on.
3 Reseat the connectors between the
laser/scanner and DC controller PCA
(J1009 - J1012).
4 Replace the defective laser/scanner
assembly. Calibrate the printer after
replacing the laser/scanner.

Mar 17, 2014 | HP LaserJet 4650n Printer

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SCANNER FAILURE


The issue is with hardware of the printer.
Scan feature is most expensive and sensitive part of the printer.
I suggest you to contact HP support. If the printer is under warranty you may get a replacement printer or else they may give you a better option.

If not on warranty you may try this workaround:

  1. With unit off, press the 'Cancel' (pink button) and 'Color' (green button).
  2. This will start the printer in a diagnostic mode. Press '1' to run the diagnostics.
  3. Press 'Enter' or other keys as directed by the display prompts. When you don't know what to press, the 'Enter' key usually works. Some of the keys called for (for example 'Plus' and 'Minus') are not on every psc 2210 keyboard. They are mapped to one of the "directional" keys just above the numeric keypad area next to the 'Enter' key. Keep trying keys till one works.
  4. After all the diagnostics, the display will either go blank or display 'Initializing...' . Wait 10-20 seconds to make sure it isn't doing anything else then press the 'On' key.
The printer should start without the scanner error and the grinding/chattering noise.

Leave the printer on because the next power cycle brings the chattering noise back.
But, when it does, the procedure above seems to fix it every time.

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My hp psc 2210xi all in one is not working


make sure its not the cartridges that are electrically dead causing the error

Jun 21, 2011 | HP PSC 2210 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I have a hp psc 2210xi all-in-one. I have


make sure the side guides in the paper tray are tight against the paper

Jun 14, 2009 | HP PSC 2210xi All-In-One InkJet Printer

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My HP psc 2210xi all-in-one printer makes loud noise & prints bad


It requires service as due to dust and dirt the gears are getting stuck, however if you can do it all it requires is a good cleaning and use machine lubricant to oil the iron rod on which the head moves.

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Faxing and receiving faxes


Hi, are you using the phone cord that came with your printer? If so, try a different cord if you have one. Can you plug a regular phone into that wall jack - does that work (dial-tone)? Are you using VOIP (like Comcast triple play), DLS or regular analog telephone service? If VOIP you may need to slow down your fax machine settings. Let me know how you make out. Good luck!

Nov 14, 2008 | HP PSC 2210xi All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Hp inkjet all in one model 2210 scanner failure


Hi,

I'm havign a problem with my scanner to this product i bought before (hp psc 2210xi all in one printer). Before my computer is window XP when i bought this printer and its win XP too. Now im using Win Vista im having a problem with my printer. I can use or i can't use my scanner couse its not compalitble the both product.My question can u pls give me the drive or the down load to make this two (my computer and printer to be compatible in my vista.Is there a site or upgrade download site that i can found to Win VIsta printer for me to download?Pls its very kind if you can halp me .

Thanks a bunch,
Jhesscca

Aug 25, 2008 | HP PSC 2210xi All-In-One InkJet Printer

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