Question about HP laserjet 2055 series 500 sheet paper tray ce464a new ce464a
There is a small flag sensor in the output tray over the roller that deliver the printed paper , its not return down after paper get out. so the the printer scene the tray is full , check it may lost if not try to lubricate the support pour it hasn't spring it move to its weight. or it may
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This your problem.
13.10 PAPER JAM The event log message for a paper-delay jam in the duplexer is 13.10.
1. Check the duplexer and the rear area of the printer for obstructions or damage.
2. Check PS1701 and PS1703 in the duplexer for correct operation. Replace the
duplexer if a sensor is defective.
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Posted on May 24, 2009
This is related to the JetDirect Card and the specific print job attempting to print. If JetDirect is 615 or lower slide out JetDirect card and power cycle printer once it comes up o.k power down and
slide JetDirect card back in once the printer is back up look on the display for processing job which may take 5 minutes but it is the offending job trying to print again as it is still in the print que. If you are quick enough you can hit cancel on the display panel to cancel the corrupt printjob and if you are successful then the other print jobs stacked behind it should start printing away with no problem. Hp blames the 49 error on a plethora of problems though mine are usually related to documents using different versions of Adobe and also PowerPoint printjobs that are excessively large as the print spooler cannot handle them but it is always a corrupt print job and once that is cleared no problem. Occasionaly replacing the JetDirect card is required to solve the issue. With the 620 Jetdirect card no need to remove it just unplug the network cable same procedure as above.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
my experience says jamming in duplex area using card stock. this may occur if default is duplexing. set default to single side and / or try same job using plain a4 80gm2
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
The error message "83.0180" shows that an EIO error has occured.
Perform the following workaround and see whether the issue still persist.
1. Ensure that the printer is connected directly to the wall outlet.
2. Turn off the printer and then power on and see whether the issue persist.
3. Reseat the Jetdirect card and see whether the issue still persist.
4. Reseat the jetdirect card on a different slot and see whether the issue still persist.
5. Remove all the accessories from the printer and then power on the printer. See whether the issue still persist. If the issue does not persist, add on the accessories onee by one.
6. Power on the printer and check whether the issue persist, each time an accessories are added.
7. Swap the Jet direct card with a known good jet direct card and see whether the issue still persist.
8. Perform a cold reset and see whether the issue still persist.
To do a Cold Reset:
1. Remove all cables.
2. Press & hold the Test button while applying power & continue to hold it for 10 seconds, then release it for 10 seconds, then unplug it again.
3. Connect all cables & power it back up.
4. Wait 2 minutes for discovery & DHCP. If desired, change the DHCP & address settings.
Posted on May 07, 2010
The problem is usually caused by printing a PDF file with fonts/page size/ page formating errors which will cause the printer to display the 49.3048 error. The only way to use the printer is to POR or recycle the power and delete the print job from the server or spooling device and cancel it on the printer before the offending command is issued to the printer again. You can try updating the firmware to the latest version 46.140.5 from the HP website. MIke L.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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For the 3,000-sheet stacker or 3,000-sheet stacker/stapler, the output bins are the upper bin (face-up) and the lower bin (face-down).
The upper bin (face-up) is the top bin on the stacker or stacker/stapler. This bin holds up to 100 sheets of paper in face-up order as they exit the printer. A sensor causes the product to stop when the bin is full. Product operation continues when you empty or reduce the amount of paper in the bin.
Lower bin (face-down) is the lower bin on the stacker or stacker/stapler. This bin holds up to 500 sheets of paper and can stack or staple jobs. This bin is the default output bin.
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