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When page count approaches 200,000 pages
printed, the device alerts to order a maintenance kit. The message can
be temporarily cleared by using the Clear Maintenance Message
item on the Resets
submenu under Administration. When the page count reaches 200,000, the
message can no longer be cleared and the maintenance kit must be
installed. To check the number of pages that the device has printed
since new maintenance-kit components were installed, print either a
configuration page or a supplies-status page.
The print-engine maintenance kit includes the following items:
To ensure optimum print quality, the printer will prompt you to perform printer maintenance every 150,000 pages. When the PERFORM PRINTER MAINTENANCE message appears on the control panel, you will need to purchase a printer maintenance kit and install the new parts. To check the number of pages the printer has printed, print a configuration page. To print a configuration page: 1 Press [Menu] until INFORMATION MENU appears. 2 Press [Item] until PRINT CONFIGURATION appears. 3 Press [Select] to print the configuration page. To order the printer maintenance kit, contact an HP authorized service or support provider. (See the telephone support flyer included with the printer.) The kit includes: • fuser assembly • transfer roller • feed rollers • necessary instructions For more information on installing the printer maintenance kit, see the instructions that accompany it.
I have seen many Porter Cable pin nailers with a bent or broken driver. Easy to check. With breakdown in hand (http://images.toolpartsdirect.com/schematics/portercable/pin100.big.pdf) remove head nut and other parts to gain access to piston/driver. (parts # 60084) Most drivers have the tip missing or driver is bent. Replace as needed. If driver looks good replace driver into cylinder and push all the way down. The driver should extend about 1/8" past nose. Check for obstruction around lower bumper. Parts are not expensice and are available at WWW.toolpartsdirect.com. Please email if you have any questions. Good luck.