Question about HP LASERJET P1005 Printer
The fuser unit may not be seated or inserted properly.
Try removing the fuser unit and insert it back into the printer. Make sure the two spring contacts in the fuser unit are seated firmly.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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6120 Abnormally high fuser thermistor S temperature
*35/37 and 45/47 ppm printers (EUR/USA model) only
The temperature of the fuser thermistor S detects 250°C/482°F or more continuously for 3 s.
Shorted fuser thermistor S.
1. Measure the resistance. If it is 0 ω, replace the fuser thermistor S.
2. Defective engine PWB.
Replace the engine PWB
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