Question about HP LaserJet 4100 Printer
If this is a recent problem that just popped up I would clear out the print que on your computer where it says "failed to print"
Turn off the printer for a few seconds then turn it back on. Wait 1 minute then try printing again. If this does not resolve the problem then do the same again but also reboot your PC. 9 times out of 10 when a printer suddenly stops printing, rebooting the printer, the PC or both will fix the problem.
If none of this works then you could have a bad network card in the 4100.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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A 50.3 error means that the temperature of the fuser got to high.
Just try switching it of for 20 minutes and try again.
If it happens during a large print job, this may help, if the error returns when powering up the machine, the fuser is faulty, but if so, that means it would have to be replaced.
If you are printing narrow media (A5, envelopes) etc. try printing them in small batches,, and allow the printer to cool of in between batches.
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