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Tech guys only.. Remove rare,side,top covers, rare metal sheet cover, you can see the Low vol power supply, check input 220V/110V(depends power standards) fuse. If fuse burnt check primary section is there any component failed? replace same rated fuse the try it.. if successful no issue, if fuse burnt repeats replace "Power Supply". If fuse burnt after fuser drive starts, replace another fuser then try it. (faulty fuser also one of the cause to fuse burnt)
If you cannot get a ECU board from HP to replace the 220 volt model. Then The easiest solution, use a stepdown transformer fro 22m to 110 volts. Make sure the stepdown ransformer has a power rating that can supply enought watts to run the printer.
Here is your problem. Hope that this helps you.
54.1 PRINTER ERROR
Indicates that an internal power failure has
1. Turn the printer off, and then turn the printer
2. Replace the high-voltage power supply.
3. Check the fuser to ensure jams have not
Caution When clearing jams, the
thermistor can be damaged
causing this error.
4. Make sure there is not a fluctuation in the
power supply to the printer. Check that the
electrical specifications (see Chapter 1) are
5. Replace the low-voltage power supply.
One you have a messed up print job trying to print and when you turn the printer on the job just starts over.
Two the clutch that stops the pick roller is bad and the roller just keeps turning.
Unplug the machine from the computer and turn it off unplug power for awhile turn it back on not connected to the computer. If condition remains it is the clutch.
If condition goes away delete print jobs and re connect printer.
Hope this helps
The cartridge could be bad. Just saw same issue earlier on another HP doing the same. Inspected the fuser and it had a place it the middle that the teflon coating was worn off. Try cartridge first, then look at the fuser with flashlight. Do not stick anything into the fuser. Make sure machine is powered down,unplugged and allow it to cool down before attempting to touch area. It will burn you, they get hot!