Question about HP LaserJet 4250n Printer
This series of printer has an inherent fault with what they call the Fuser Swing Plate. It's a small metal plate that contains a couple of cogs, one of which drives the fuser assembly. HP found that the fuser drive cog on his plate encountered excessive wear and would then cause a sometimes, quite loud whirring noise from the back of the printer.The only way to get around this is to have another, new, updated Fuser Swing Plate fitted to the printer.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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