Question about HP LaserJet 5m Printer
I've never known anyone that has "just changed a fuse" in a HP and have it spring back to life, I do know if a fuser or thermal fuse go you would still have display, I would check the switch, display connections then maybe pull the power supply out and check for damage, but in reality if got down to power supply one would write it off.
The fuser not coming on isn't a problem, missing supply voltages from power supply seem more likely.Check if fan powers on at start up.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
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• Defective thermistor
• Incorrect installation of the thermistor
• Defective fusing lamp
• Defective power supply unit
You can try resetting the code using this sequence...
Press the Yellow button, 1,0,7, Press & hold red stop button until machine beeps and the display changes. Then turn the copier off and back on.
Hopefully the machine will now come to ready. OIf not the likely cause is either ther thermal fuse or heater lamp.
Hope this helps
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