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Have HP P3005 getting message "Close Top Cover", I have switched out sw 501 that detects the door being closed or open, switched out Engine controller unit, and the formatter for laughs. still get the same message. Are those the only parts that detect if top cover is open or closed? Thanks for your help!

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There is a Daughter board is what I call it that runs the sensors in this unit that is not responding to the door at all and the switch is open.. There are sensors not the switch itself that is not the sensor on this unit. This is one of those parts that would need to be ordered from HP but you need to be a company that repairs them before they would send you out the replacments so you may have to do third part aftermarket OEM on this, Good luck with your printer it is a good one and worth the salvage!!

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