Question about HP Color LaserJet 9500HDN Printer
I have the "clean sensor error" on a HP Color Laserjet 9500 hdn....I see the answer below....the problem is I have no idea what the density sensor looks like!! Any information? I have searched for the sensor online and cannot find any pictures. Thanks for any help anyone can provide,
my printer displays on the control panel clean sensors and from there it can not print or go to the ready mode.i have cleaned several sensors but still it is displaying that error on the control panel.Please assist.
Best Solution posted on Jan 27, 2008
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The sensor it refers to is the density sensor located inside the machine via the right hand door. Open it and clean the large sensor in the middle. If this doesn't work then clean it with a soution and a soft cloth.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This unit is meant to be used on a Parallel connection or an JetDirect Network adapter, for use over the local network.
If you want to use the Parallel port, you would need a computer which has a Parallel port on it and a Parallel printer cable.
According to the specs, this unit came standard with a HP Jetdirect 620n Fast Ethernet .
You can conect it to your router. This way all the computers can use it via the network.
Here is the user guide:
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Posted on May 21, 2009
Look at fuser rollers and make sure the new one doesnt have spacing to far in between rollers. Also on front side of fuser there is a big connector that meshes with one inside machine. The fuser connector assy RG5-5925-000CN could be broken as well
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
The 57.7 error says that the fuser fan could be bad.
If you take the back cover off the printer and look to the right, you will see two fans, one above the other.
The bottom fan is the one you want. It is probably clogged with dirt or else the dirt got inside the fan and is preventing it from spinning. Replace it
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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