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Its quite a tricky one .. you defo need the manual if you have not done it before ...

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Installing a Transfer Kit


i got this info from www.partshere.com site - they have most service notes for hp printer and sell most hp parts, including maintenance kits. I hope info. bellow is helpfu.

Replacing the transfer unit
Replace the transfer unit when the printer control panel displays REPLACE TRANSFER
KIT
. The image transfer kit contains a replacement transfer unit for this printer.
WARNING! Remove any jewelry or any other metal items from your body to avoid electric shock.

1. Lift the front door handle and pull down the front door.
2. Grasp the right blue handle. Press and hold down the blue button. Slightly lift the right
side of the transfer unit.
3. Grasp the left blue handle and lift to remove the transfer unit from the printer.
4. Using handles, remove the new transfer unit from the bag. Use the blue handles on both
sides to hold the transfer unit.
5. Place the new transfer unit on a flat surface. Remove the orange shipping locks.
6. Guide the left side of the transfer unit into the front door of the printer. Insert the two
pegs on the left side into the holes, and then lower the right side into the door.
7. Make sure that the blue button on the right blue handle has released (popped up). If the
button has not released, grasp the right blue handle and pull the transfer unit toward you.
8. Firmly close the front door.
9. After the front door is closed, after a short time, the printer control panel displays the
message NEW TRANSFER KIT.
10. If the message NEW TRANSFER KIT does not appear, you must reset the transfer unit
count. To reset the transfer unit count, go to step 11.
11. On the printer control panel, press to highlight YES, and then press to select it. The
transfer unit count is reset, the printer recalibrates, and then the printer is ready to use.
NOTE If the old transfer unit was not at end-of-life when it was replaced (for example, if it was
damaged), the transfer unit count must be reset using the printer control panel.
Replacing the transfer unit when it is not at end-of-life
If you replace the transfer unit when it is not at the end-of-life, for instance if it is defective,
you will need to reset the transfer unit count and then calibrate the printer, through the
control panel.


To reset the transfer unit count, do the following:

1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press to select Configure Device.
4. Press to highlight RESETS.
5. Press to select RESETS.
6. Press to highlight RESET SUPPLIES.
7. Press to select RESET SUPPLIES.
8. Press to highlight NEW TRANSFER KIT.
9. Press to select NEW TRANSFER KIT.
10. Press to highlight YES.
11. Press to select YES.
To calibrate the printer, do the following:
1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press to select Configure Device.
4. Press to highlight PRINT QUALITY.
5. Press to select PRINT QUALITY.
6. Press to highlight CALIBRATE NOW.
7. Press to select CALIBRATE NOW.
8. Wait for the printer to calibrate.
The transfer unit count is reset and the printer is ready to use.

see pictures on link:
http://www.partshere.com/Models/Q5990A/CLJ_3550%203500%203700Installation_n_config.PDF

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