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Hp Laserjet 8150 LVPS replacement

Hello,  I have a HP laserjet 8150 and i need to replace the LVPS (low volatge power supply) unit. I have the part onb order but i am concerned with the difficulty of the replacment and the closest rep in my area is 2 hrs away. Do know if this is a difficult swap? Know of anywhere i can get the instructions on how to comp[lete the replacement?

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  • artieg Jun 10, 2008

    We're getting a message 50.1 Fuser Error on our HP 8150. In researching this problem we read that it might not be the Fuser at all but a disintegrated solder joint on the middle pin of the Q600 voltage regulator.

    Our question is how do we identify the Q600 voltage regulator now that we have the LVPS power supply disassembled.

    We would appreciate any assistants that you can offer.

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  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2009

    Can someone please tell me how to replace LVP for LJ 8150





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It is located in the back of the printer on the bottom. Remove the back cover. With the power off, remove the formatter board by loosening the two big screws and pulling out. Remove the plastic cover by the side of the formatter cage. Remove the fan housing by the power connector by removing the two screws, disconnect the cable and pull straigt out. Now remove the big cable at the top and unwind from the high voltage ps. Remove the white connector in the middle of the low voltage ps. Next trace the white cable wires running from the ps to the dc controller and remove the cable from the dc controller. Now trace the fan cable for the fan in the front of the ps and remove it from the dc controller. Remove all the screws which secure it to the frame and pull straight out. Move the fan in front from the old ps to the new and reverse instructions...
Take off the large metal side cover. Look down at the bottom of the printer. The large box is the LVPS. Remove the screws holding it and follow the wiring up to where it plugs in and pull the connectors off. You'll also have to remove the fan above the LVPS on the top right side of it. You will have to take the fan mounted on the LVPS off and put it on the replacement LVPS as they don't come with fans.

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Here's the manual link:,%202830,%202840%20Parts,%20Service%20Manual.pdf

Hope that helps you both. :)

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