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The picture count will not reset, when I select yes or am I doing something wrong

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If show 0001 then it is reset, if still need help call Moultire with equipment to troubleshoot number is 8006533334 option 1 and 1 for a live person.

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How do you reset an hp 3500 color laser jet printer?


follow the steps :
  1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS .
  2. Press c00047416.gif (Down arrow) to highlight CONFIGURE DEVICE .
  3. Press c00047417.gif (Select) to select CONFIGURE DEVICE .
  4. Press c00047416.gif (Down arrow) to highlight RESETS .
  5. Press c00047417.gif (Select) to select RESETS .
  6. Press c00047416.gif (Down arrow) to highlight RESET SUPPLIES .
  7. Press c00047417.gif (Select) to select RESET SUPPLIES .
  8. Press c00047416.gif (Down arrow) to highlight NEW TRANSFER KIT .
  9. Press c00047417.gif (Select) to select NEW TRANSFER KIT .
  10. Press c00047416.gif (Down arrow) to highlight YES .
  11. Press c00047417.gif (Select) to select YES . The transfer unit count is reset and the printer is ready to use.
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Feb 27, 2013 | HP Color LaserJet 3500 Printer

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HP laserjet 3600 error message 50.9 Fuser Error


Thank you for the inquiry.
Yes you will probably have to replace the fuser. If this is a new printer still under warranty and the page count has not reached the service life of the fuser, contact HP for warranty replacement. Once the new fuser in installed you will need to restore the service count.
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Fuser Kit Part Number: (Sometimes Called a Maintenance Kit)
RM1-2665 This fuser is compatible with the following printers: HP Color LaserJet 2700, 3000, 3000N, 3000DN, 3000DTN, 3600, 3600N, 3600DN,
3700_parts_fuser.jpg
Link to Installation pictures and instructions:
http://printertechs.com/tech/mkinst/3000/mk-3000-2fuser.php
Restoring the maintenance count after installing new fuser.

This printer tracks the number of pages printed on the fuser, and a reminder message will appear when the fuser reaches a certain page count. The message will instruct you to replace your fuser. Whenever you install a new fuser, you should reset the fuser page count so the warning message will not appear prematurely.


To reset the fuser count :
1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press Down arrow to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press Checkmark to select Configure Device.
4. Press Down arrow to highlight RESETS.
5. Press Checkmark to select RESETS.
6. Press Down arrow to highlight RESET SUPPLIES.
7. Press Checkmark to select RESET SUPPLIES.
8. Press Down arrow to highlight NEW FUSER KIT.
9. Press Down arrow to select NEW FUSER KIT.
10. Press Down arrow to highlight YES.
11. Press Checkmark to select YES.

The fuser count will be reset and then the printer is ready to use.


Thank you for being a FixYa Valued Customer.
Hope this helps helps. Please keep us updated and remember to rate this answer.


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Jan 19, 2011 | HP LaserJet 3600 Printer

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The printer doesn't recognise a new transfer kit


To reset the transfer unit count, do the following:
  1. Press the green tick to enter the MENUS.
  2. Press the down arrow to highlight CONFIGURE DEVICE.
  3. Press green tick to select CONFIGURE DEVICE.
  4. Press down arrow to highlight RESETS.
  5. Press green tick to select RESETS.
  6. Press down arrow to highlight RESET SUPPLIES.
  7. Press green tick to select RESET SUPPLIES.
  8. Press down arrow to highlight NEW TRANSFER KIT.
  9. Press green tick to select NEW TRANSFER KIT.
  10. Press down arrow to highlight YES.
  11. Press green tick to reset the transfer unit count.

Jun 21, 2010 | HP LaserJet 4650n Printer

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How do you clear the cleaning kit message from this printer


Per HP's site:
Do one of the following depending on whether the cleaning kit has been replaced or not:
  • If NEW CLEANING KIT appears on the control panel display, use Up button and Down button to scroll to YES or NO, and then press SELECT. The kit life count is then reset.
  • If NEW CLEANING KIT does not appear, press SELECT to open the menus. Use Up button and Down button to scroll to CONFIGURE DEVICE, then RESETS, and then RESET SUPPLIES. Scroll to NEW CLEANING KIT, and then select YES to reset the count.

Sep 30, 2009 | HP LaserJet 9500mfp All-In-One Printer

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I want to reset counters for fuser and transfer unit. Mike


Hi schoeller:
Hope this helps.
Replacing the transfer unit when it is not at end-of-life
If you replace the transfer unit when it is not at the end-of-life, for instance if it is defective,
you will need to reset the transfer unit count and then calibrate the printer, through the
control panel.
To reset the transfer unit count, do the following:
1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press down arrow to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press check to select Configure Device.
4. Press down arrow to highlight RESETS.
5. Press check arrow to select RESETS.
6. Press down arrow to highlight RESET SUPPLIES.
7. Press check to select RESET SUPPLIES.
8. Press down arrow to highlight NEW TRANSFER KIT.
9. Press check to select NEW TRANSFER KIT.
10. Press down arrow to highlight YES.
11. Press check to select YES.
To calibrate the printer, do the following:
1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press down arrow to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press check to select Configure Device.
4. Press down arrow to highlight PRINT QUALITY.
5. Press check to select PRINT QUALITY.
6. Press down arrow to highlight CALIBRATE NOW.
7. Press check to select CALIBRATE NOW.
8. Wait for the printer to calibrate.
The transfer unit count is reset and the printer is ready to use.
To reset the fuser count
1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press down arrow to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press check to select Configure Device.
4. Press down arrow to highlight RESETS.
5. Press check to select RESETS.
6. Press down arrow to highlight RESET SUPPLIES.
7. Press check to select RESET SUPPLIES.
8. Press down arrow to highlight NEW FUSER KIT.
9. Press check to select NEW FUSER KIT.
10. Press down arrow to highlight YES.
11. Press check to select YES.
The fuser count is reset and the printer is ready to use.
Hope this helps.

Jul 10, 2009 | HP LaserJet 3700n Printer

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Ios


When in shooting mode - go to the Menu - hit left arrow to select Reset - press Ok - screen will show Reset Yes or No - select Yes and press Ok. Camera should now be back in factory default settings.

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I have just fitted a new image fuser kit to our HP 4650 laser printer. However, the error message "replace fuser kit" reappeared on switching the printer back on. Any ideas. Have taken it out...


To reset the fuser count, do the following:
1 Press to enter the MENUS.
2 Press to highlight CONFIGURE DEVICE.
3 Press to select CONFIGURE DEVICE.
4 Press to highlight RESETS.
5 Press to select RESETS.
6 Press to highlight RESET SUPPLIES.
7 Press to select RESET SUPPLIES.
8 Press to highlight NEW FUSER KIT.
9 Press to select NEW FUSER KIT.
10 Press to highlight YES.
11 Press to reset the fuser count.

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Nov 06, 2008 | HP Computers & Internet

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Brother MFC-7820N Drum Reset


There is no clear buttom as mention abovee.


  1. Open the front cover.
  2. Press the Options key on the control panel.
    The display will show "REPLACE DRUM - 1.YES 2.NO".
  3. Press 1 to reset the drum count.
  4. Close the front cover.

Nov 03, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Vivicam 20


I have a book. I can scan it and send it to you if you are interested. I love this camera more than my other digital. OK

Instructions to reset the photo count on the camera is basically deleting what pics are still there.

Step 1: On top of the camera is a mode button, push the button and the word All will appear.

Step 2: Press the select button until you hear 2 beeps.

Step 3: The camera will delete all pictures and the pictures and the picture counter will refresh to "0".

To Delete the last picture.

Step 1: Press mode select to LSE

Step 2: Press select until you hear 2 beeps.

The camera will delete last picture and the picture counter will show result.

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Installing a Transfer Kit


i got this info from www.partshere.com site - they have most service notes for hp printer and sell most hp parts, including maintenance kits. I hope info. bellow is helpfu.

Replacing the transfer unit
Replace the transfer unit when the printer control panel displays REPLACE TRANSFER
KIT
. The image transfer kit contains a replacement transfer unit for this printer.
WARNING! Remove any jewelry or any other metal items from your body to avoid electric shock.

1. Lift the front door handle and pull down the front door.
2. Grasp the right blue handle. Press and hold down the blue button. Slightly lift the right
side of the transfer unit.
3. Grasp the left blue handle and lift to remove the transfer unit from the printer.
4. Using handles, remove the new transfer unit from the bag. Use the blue handles on both
sides to hold the transfer unit.
5. Place the new transfer unit on a flat surface. Remove the orange shipping locks.
6. Guide the left side of the transfer unit into the front door of the printer. Insert the two
pegs on the left side into the holes, and then lower the right side into the door.
7. Make sure that the blue button on the right blue handle has released (popped up). If the
button has not released, grasp the right blue handle and pull the transfer unit toward you.
8. Firmly close the front door.
9. After the front door is closed, after a short time, the printer control panel displays the
message NEW TRANSFER KIT.
10. If the message NEW TRANSFER KIT does not appear, you must reset the transfer unit
count. To reset the transfer unit count, go to step 11.
11. On the printer control panel, press to highlight YES, and then press to select it. The
transfer unit count is reset, the printer recalibrates, and then the printer is ready to use.
NOTE If the old transfer unit was not at end-of-life when it was replaced (for example, if it was
damaged), the transfer unit count must be reset using the printer control panel.
Replacing the transfer unit when it is not at end-of-life
If you replace the transfer unit when it is not at the end-of-life, for instance if it is defective,
you will need to reset the transfer unit count and then calibrate the printer, through the
control panel.


To reset the transfer unit count, do the following:

1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press to select Configure Device.
4. Press to highlight RESETS.
5. Press to select RESETS.
6. Press to highlight RESET SUPPLIES.
7. Press to select RESET SUPPLIES.
8. Press to highlight NEW TRANSFER KIT.
9. Press to select NEW TRANSFER KIT.
10. Press to highlight YES.
11. Press to select YES.
To calibrate the printer, do the following:
1. Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
2. Press to highlight Configure Device.
3. Press to select Configure Device.
4. Press to highlight PRINT QUALITY.
5. Press to select PRINT QUALITY.
6. Press to highlight CALIBRATE NOW.
7. Press to select CALIBRATE NOW.
8. Wait for the printer to calibrate.
The transfer unit count is reset and the printer is ready to use.

see pictures on link:
http://www.partshere.com/Models/Q5990A/CLJ_3550%203500%203700Installation_n_config.PDF

Apr 18, 2008 | HP Color LaserJet 3500 Printer

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