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HP CP4525 hungs with 49.FF03 device failure

It hungs on every restart during step 5/6.

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If your HP CP4525 printer is hanging on every restart with the error code 49.FF03 device failure, it may indicate a problem with the printer's hardware or firmware. Here are some steps you can try to fix the problem:

  1. Restart the printer: Try restarting the printer to see if the issue is resolved. To restart the printer, turn it off and unplug it from the power outlet. Wait a few minutes, then plug it back in and turn it on.
  2. Check for firmware updates: Make sure that the printer has the latest firmware installed. You can check for updates on the HP website or through the printer's web-based interface.
  3. Check for hardware issues: Check the printer for any visible damage or issues with the hardware. Make sure all the cables and connections are secure and not damaged.
  4. Reset the printer: If the above steps do not help, you may need to try resetting the printer. To reset the printer, turn it off and unplug it from the power outlet. Then hold down the power button for 30 seconds and release it. Wait a few minutes, then plug the printer back in and turn it on.
If none of these steps help, you may need to contact HP or a technical support team for further assistance. It is also a good idea to check the documentation or manual that came with the printer for any troubleshoot

Posted on Dec 21, 2022

Testimonial: "HP CP4525 printer 49.FF03 error while loading. Printer hungs during stage 5/6 B/F. ?It can pass through the test if I disable embedded LAN. ?After I disabled embedded LAN, I have connected printer by USB cord and updated firmware by the lates version. I gave no effect: after enabling LAN the error 49.FF03 returned back. Is there any way to manage LAN card issue without changing the formatter card?"

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    v_y_chernysh Jan 22, 2023

    HP CP4525 printer 49.FF03 error while loading. Printer hungs during stage 5/6 B/F.It can pass through the test if I disable embedded LAN.After I disabled embedded LAN, I have connected printer by USB cord and updated firmware by the lates version (Yes, it can print through the USB). It gave no effect: after enabling LAN the error 49.FF03 returned back. Is there any way to manage LAN card issue without changing the formatter card?

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