Question about HP LaserJet P3005n Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP Laserjet 1320 Printer
Please note: Instructions only applicable to the network printer which supports telnet protocol.
HP Mono and Color LaserJet Network Printers - Sleep Mode Problem
Network printers may not print when a job is sent to the printer while in sleep mode.
Please follow the steps below-
1. Connect the printer to telnet- Using command prompt.
2. Type telnet > IP address press then enter.
3. Type menu and press enter.
Following screen will appear-
4. Choose option 2 TCP/IP menu and press enter,
5. Choose option 5 TCP/IP other settings and press enter.
6. Type y in front of cursor and carry on pressing enter until you reach “SLP keep alive”. By default this value may be 0.
7. Change this value to 1.
8. Exit and save settings.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
SOURCE: Network Printer Problem
In the later HP LaserJet printers the printer has a "Mopier mode" that will provide better print performance on multiple copies. However, if you have "Mopier mode" enabled and you don't have an EIO hard disk installed, you'll get the above message.
Right click on the printer, select "Properties". There should be a "Device Settings" tab. Under that tab, make sure that "Mopier mode" is Disabled at the bottom.
The unit will still print multiple collated copies with that disabled.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
It is a well known problem. You'll have to exchange the formatter board.
For a P3005 its partnumber: Q7847-61006, for a P3005N use partnumber: Q7848-61006. Good luck, Gerrit Jan
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
1. Was there a paper jam prior to this problem? It could be that the paper was pulled out and a small bit of it is stuck on the pins that guide the paper from the heat roller. If no torn jammed paper prior to this issue, then check out 2.
2. the heater/roller is damaged and needs to be replaced. I would suggest you take it to your nearest HP dealer to properly diagnose this for you.This would save you unnecessary cost in trying to pull it apart and causing more damage to it.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
Here's what HP had to say about mine:
1. Print out a self-test page and check your firmware version.
Compare your version to this web page:
If your version is different, upload the new firmware in accordance with the directions provided.
If your version is the same, go to these steps:
1. On your printer, press * and # simultaneously
2. Press 1, 2, and 4, in that order. (This sequence should be the same for yours, too)
3. Select the underware menu (I know, sounds funny)
4. Select the System Menu
5. Select System Mode Time Out (you may have to scroll for a few screens)
6. Set this to 0, press OK
7. Turn Off/On Printer.
I just reset mine this morning and will find out tomorrow whether or not this is the fix, but it seems to be so far.
best of luck!
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
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