Question about HP LaserJet P3005 Printer
Try plug the powercord in different outlet.
No luck ? Your powersupply i probably defect and needs to be replaced. Contact your local HP repair-shop and have them repairing your product.
Posted on Mar 09, 2014
Hi, this is a link to the service manual for this printer. It may help you with replacing the part
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
SOURCE: 49.4C02 Error
The P3005 is known to have problems with a chip on the formatter, gives
various errors to include the 49.2d9d, blank display and others. HP has
not issued a recall or service advisory but is fully aware of failure
of the chip on the formatter. Repair for this is to print a
configuration page, replace the formatter board, bring the machine back
up in service mode and put in the correct serial, service code and page
counts into the new formatter's nvram memory.
Liberty Parts Team at lbrty.com has refurbished formatters at reasonable pricing with no return core to worry about. The PIN needed to access the service mode is 10300506.
Other problems with the P3005 are grinding in the fuser area, correctable by removal of the fuser, replacement of the 4 accessable gears in the side (left as you look into the back) and the main gear on the fuser then put the fuser back in and should be good.
Service manual available for free at feedroller.com - down the left navigation bar near the bottom is an icon and link to service manuals in PDF. No need to make someone on ebay rich selling copyrighted pdfs.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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The HP P3005 fuser is located at the back of the printer.
The fuser is suppose to last up to 200,000 pages, however they rarely get that far.
The fuser has a thin film upper roller which can be torn, some symptons can be "Wrinkled Pages","Poor Fusing", "Toner Rubs Off the Page", "Pieces of black Plastic Come Out".
*** The printer should be unplugged from any power source before any servicing is performed ***
The rear cover can be taken off by removing 2 screws. Once the cover has been removed the fuser can be removed by taking out 4 screws and 3 electrical connections.
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