Question about HP LaserJet P3005 Printer
Remove back door, you can see the fuser assm, remove four scarews, three connector, lect power & right side two connectors remove them take fuser out
Posted on Feb 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP Laserjet 3600 Fuser
google feedroller and go to their site they have the service amnual on the printer. you will need it if you never done one before.may as well check the corona wire while you are there.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
That is a job by it self. If you don't want to damage your printer, I'd suggest you take it to an HP dealer pay some money and get it first checked and if so be the case that it has to change, let them change it.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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Hi<br /> <br /> The formatter board in the printer is faulty. The heat from the chips softens the soldier and makes the joints bad causing all types of misleading errors.<br /> To solve the problem you can try two differant methords, both will endevour to melt the soldier joints back to good.<br /> <br /> Slide the right hand cover to the back of the printer and remove.<br /> <br /> Open metal door to see formatter board<br /> <br /> Disconnect the three wires from the top left of board, they only go in one way so you do not need to mark them.<br /> <br /> Undo the screws around the board and pull the board free.<br /> <br /> Using a hot air paint stripper heat up the reverse side of the board applying plenty of heat to the soldier joints<br /> <br /> Reasemble<br /> <br /> Do a cold restart and away it should go.<br /> <br /> Alternative to the hot air gun you can but the board in the oven.<br /> Trust me on this one it will survive.<br /> <br /> Support the board at the edges on small blocks of wood to stop it from touching the pan<br /> <br /> Pre heat the oven to 180 degrees<br /> (soldier melts around 165)<br /> <br /> Put the board in for eight minutes and then remove, let cool befour touching.<br /> <br /> Reasemble<br /> <br /> Do a cold restart and the printer should work.<br /> <br /> Chris<!-- from fixya rte -->
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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