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Standard Output Bin Full

I have turned the printer off, but the error message still comes on. What can I do to fix?

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  • dbanik Jul 13, 2008

    HP laserjet 4050 jetdirect printer is showing message that Output Bin Full and not printing. Can anybody help me?



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    Debabrata Banik

  • Anonymous Sep 24, 2008

    HP laserjet 4050 jetdirect printer is showing message that Output Bin Full and not printing. Can anybody help me?

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    Maniharsh

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Check near where the paper comes out for a little plastic flag that can move up or down. If it's the model I'm thinking of that has that, It's possible it has stuck up, making the printer think the paper bin is full. If so, you should be able to just flick it down and it'll be alright.

If not, well, maybe someone else can help you out, this is just the first thing I thought of.

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Open the top back door

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

  • tech11111 Mar 31, 2009

    open top back door, won't fix it but it should print out back

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I fix this after 4 days of troubleshooting in the fuser side there is purple wire that attach to the cover of the printer. locate this in resocet the purple wire in the bord which located to rigrth side body of the printer Good luck ">

Posted on Feb 13, 2014

Printer is message standard output bin full and not printing please help me how to solve this problem

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mukesh dixit

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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