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Error codes starting with 13 usually indicate paper jams. Open all the doors on the printer and remove any removable modules and check for stuck paper.

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SOURCE: error 51.10 hp 4250 printer

This is what that code means.

51.1 Laser beam detect error
Clean laser beam reference mirror and associated components or replace laser assembly the laser reference mirror in located inside the laser housing.
You are probably going to need a tech to do this.
Hope that helps...

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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SOURCE: hp 4250 error code 50.3

FALSE FUSER OVERTEMP INDICATION, POWER SUPPLY THAT DRIVES THE FUSING UNIT. MODEL 8150 DOES THE SAME THING. TRY TO GET A REFUND ON THE FUSER?

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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SOURCE: HP 4350 downgraded to a HP 4250

Is this affecting performance? Try new firmware. www.hp.com/go/lj4350_software.

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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SOURCE: `permanent storage full error` what does it mean????

The internal storage system is full. You need to run the HP Web Jetadmin software and delete unnecessary files from the EIO disk device. When done, press the select button on the printer to return it to a ready state. You should be able to print small jobs yet as long as it doesn't require any temporary (or permanent) storage on the EIO disk.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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