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Fuser web My first question, what is a fuser web? Second, is this something I can replace or do I have to have a technician replace?

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The fuser web is a consumable part that gets used up as copies are run. Its purpose is to clean and lubicate the fuser rollers. Normally, a technician is required to replace the web, because it involves disassembly of the fuser.

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The error code means that fuser cleaning web is about to run out or has run out. The fuser cleaning web cleans off the upper fuser roller (the hot one) and it also lubractes the roller. Most of the time when it runs out it starts to ruin the upper fuser roller. The best thing to do is to have the web replaced and the counter rest. If you just rest the counter, you may end up causing my damage to the fuser unit. Good Luck

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H4 error is a temperature error in the Fuser. Usually this requires the fuser to be replaced. This is not something that should be done by a end-user, but rather by a trained technician.

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Hi there, i have an hp 3500 printer. the fuser was ript appart and needed replacment.(the rol was broken on one side and was not burning the inkt on the paper anymore) i have got a new one, but keep...


50.9 error - Fuser Failure (Abnormally High
Temperature Sub Thermistor)
1. The connector between the fuser and
the printer is not connected properly.
Reseat the fuser. Check the connector J5013
between the fuser and the printer. Replace it
if damaged.
2. Short in the sub thermistor. Turn the
printer off and remove the fuser. Measure the
resistance between the fuser connectors
J5013LA-4 (SUBTH) and J5013LA-3
(+3.3V). If it reads 600 ohms or below (at
ambient temperature), replace the fuser.
3. Faulty DC controller PCB, replace the
DC controller PCB.

I think you've some problems on the connectors, check the connections.
If you are able, replace the broken fuser roller from the old fuser with one from the new fuser.

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I have a printer (hp color laserjet 4700dtn) that is showing, on the control display, an error code of 59.30. I have replaced the fuser, however it did not correct the issue


If you are using reman toners, try changing them 1st, remove all 4 and power on. If it asks for the toner, install one at a time and let it ask for the next one. This will also helo isolate the problem toner or fuser.

The 59.3 and 59.4 errors are related to the fuser/delivery motor but were left out of the service manual. A 59.3 error indicates an abnormal fuser motor start. A 59.4 error indicates a fuser motor rotation error.
The fuser is customer replaceable.
Note in the case notes for the CE to verify the customer has power cycled the printer and tried a different fuser before going on site.
Fuser
C8519-69031
Fuser/Delivery Motor
RH7-5288-000CN
Fuser/Delivery Drive * (see Technicians note below)
RG5-5659-000CN*
* Denotes optional parts
TECHNICIANS: The Fuser Delivery Drive assembly will rarely ever need to be replaced for any issue. If a defective Fuser Delivery Drive assembly is suspected call HP Support for further assistance. The procedure to replace it is not in the Service Manual.
Technician troubleshooting instructions - 59.3 and 59.4 errors
The recommended actions are as follows:
Power cycle the printer and verify error is still present.
Reseat the fuser and power cycle the printer to see if error is still present.
Replace the fuser assembly.
Check and reseat the cable connections at the fuser motor.
Replace the fuser motor.

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Hi Good day!! It may be the fuser problem. u may need to replace the fuser or buy a new unit.

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just press
function+org size A3+3
choose f5
c70 non
c73 non
have fun

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It should be looked at by a technician to see if there is any work needed to be done on the fuser section. It could be something as simple as a bearing replacement or a fuser roller.

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Printer/copier is spitting out pieces of thin plastic film/tan on one side and dark grey on the other. Paper is jamming and discoloration on one side of the sheets all the way down.


If it is clear thin plastic like saran wrap, then that is probably the fuser roller sleeve.
The only way to repair that is replacing the rollers or fuser unit.
That would be a cause for the jamming also.
Replacing the fuser unit or the fuser rollers will probably require a service technician to come in to replace these parts.
Most copier companies do not make the fuser unit customer replaceable except for a very few makes and models.
Sorry I couldnt give you some more information.
I hope this information still helped you a bit.
Good luck.
Mac =)

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