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Hp clj 9500 has an error 50.6 power supply was no good has been replaced but not sure if it was good now display fires up machine cycles goes to error 50.6 replaced with another fuser still has it

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Could be "fuser drive assembly" or "fuser motor" or DC Controller.
Hope that it was the low voltage supply that you replaced.

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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  1. Remove the printer from any UPS supplies, additional power supplies, or power strips.
  2. Plug the printer into a wall outlet to check whether this resolves the problem.
  3. If the printer is already plugged in, try another power source in the building independent of the one being used.
  4. The line voltage and current source at the printer location might need to be inspected to make sure that it meets the printer's electrical specifications.
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  8. If the fuser is near or at the end of its estimated life expectancy (approximately 200,000 pages), then replace the fuser. After replacing the fuser, print a Configuration page, a Menu map (shows fuser settings), an Event log, a Supplies status page, and a Usage page, to reference the status of the new fuser and to ensure that the previous fuser settings are in place with the replacement fuser. To print an Information page on the HP LaserJet 4100, perform the following steps
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