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What does the error message EI0 1 Mean on the 8150dn printer?

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EIO is the External Input Output slot that is on the formatter of the printer. the 8150 has 2 EIO slots (EIO 0 or EIO 1). One of the slots is probably the JetDirect card (network card) for the printer. The second slot might be a hard drive but is usually open.

If you are getting a EIO error first try reseating the JetDirect card (power off the printer first). If you are still getting the error pull the card and power up the device with out the card installed. if the error goes away power down the unit and install the card in the other EIO slot. if the card works you have a bad slot on the formatter but you should be good to use the device. If you get another EIO error the card is probably bad.

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Most I/O errors are the jetdirect card. You can try removing and reinstalling the card. You can also try installing the card in other MIO slot.

If the card is a jetdirect 615 failure is common replace with the 620.

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SOURCE: HP 8150DN I got 50.1 Error message so I replace low voltage powe

Yes, 50.1 refers to the fuser, and that is very easily replaceable. (no tools) However, in the 8100, you have a 75% chance that it is indeed the low volt power supply. The low volt power supply powers the fuser.

As a service approach, I always replace the fuser first because it is so easy to do and we always have them in stock.

If that does NOT clear the error, then we KNOW it is the low volt power supply. That is a very straightforward repair.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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