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I did see on some blogs, people were talking about possible power issue/voltage issue. Probably would be cheaper to get a power converter. I'm surprised it works at all. Try a different power outlet. 3. http://rlegsoftware.com/fuser-error/50-fuser-error.php

No joy, same error. If you have any question or would like to setup a service appointment Please callPrinter Repair Experts Support Technicians Toll Free at (888) 276-4666 You can also create an online service First I powered the machine off and back on and had no luck. Do with the information what you want. http://printerrepairsupport.com/50-2-fuser-error-hp-4240-4250-4350/

50.2 Fuser Error P4015

by unknown on Sep 14, 2006 at 7:52am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Just because you replace the fuser the message won't go away. I didn't see anywhere that it wasn't fine for me to ask questions too. It is possible that firmware might be confused by particular mixes of settings, heavy media and unfortunately low voltage.

Maybe replacing the entire unit would be more feasible? Is this correct and where do I buy one from at a reasonable price. Thats why I didnt answer the question. 50.2 Fuser Error 4250 by moe on Jul 11, 2006 at 3:48pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Hello!

I replaced it but when I power on HP I get Fuser Error 50.7 all the time along with clicking noise on the fuser. 50.2 Fuser Error Laserjet Pro 400 Ive been there and done what you did becuase either the wrong product was shipped or ordered to me. Most fuser models can be installed by an end user, without needing a service technician.  We have installation instructions under the Tech Support section of our Web site.  Call us with try here Fuser Error HP Laserjet Enterprise M700 Question:The printer fuserstarted to have trouble last week.

There are several different types of 4000 fusers that can be installed in this machine and will not work. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 5100 Thanks by unknown on Oct 27, 2005 at 8:30am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Yes the 50.2 is fuser warm up error, so it has to be replaced. PrintCopy .infoservice Service manual Parts List Error Code Equivalency Sign In Contacts About Us Service manual Error Code Parts List Equivalency Complete information for maintenance and repair printers, copiers, fax-machines Now turn the printer on and when the memory starts to count in the display, hold and keep holding the green check mark button on the right until all three lights

50.2 Fuser Error Laserjet Pro 400

However we don't think that is likely for the P4014 fusers because the thermistor is on the heater bar inside the sleeve. http://fixyourownprinter.com/posts/30652 by dmzcompute on Jan 29, 2012 at 7:35am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The fuser would have also blown if the unit was plugged into 220V. 50.2 Fuser Error P4015 If you have any question or would like to setup a service appointment Please callPrinter Repair Experts Support Technicians Toll Free at (888) 276-4666 You can also create an online service 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 4700 Plugging a 120V unit into 240V will definitely smoke the unit.

All seems well except the film is torn on one end (the gears end!). get redirected here I have purchased a maintance kit from hp directly when it said to maintence the machine and now the fuser error message is appearing. Remove the fuser, and then reinstall the fuser. Very easy to do. 50.2 Fuser Error P3015

If either side fails that will leave the fuser able to warm up but not reach the working temperature needed for full-speed operation from cassette 2. "50.2" might not be just Should have done a stop test. I disconnected the cooling fan and blew off the build up of dust with some canned air. http://rlegsoftware.com/fuser-error/50-01-fuser-error.php HP added an extra "high 2" fuser mode with firmware 20100212 04.070.7.

Printers should be plugged directly into a wall outlet, not into an extension cable and certainly not into a UPS. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp Laserjet 4050 PrinterTechs.com 608-831-2396 or 866-352-7108 About Us Contact Us Search Products Search Support All Products PrintersHewlett PackardLexmarkCables and Misc.JetDirect CardsBrotherKyoceraDell Toner Maintenance Kits Printers Parts Tech Support Account Login Shopping Cart My follow to the next step. (2) Turn the device off and wait at least 25 minutes.

I replaced the maintenance kit (included fuser)and still getting a 50.2 error.

Reconnected the fan and re attached the covers. The high current can pull the voltage down. These machines handle a large amount of power. 50.1 Fuser Error Also, you will see links to the fuser removal and replacement instructions along with links to order in a replacement fuser if you decide that is the next step in getting

Next time I get another one, I will verify. I have never had to open up the fuser before on these printers. by patrickl on Sep 14, 2006 at 9:15am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 If you can put your old fuser back in and it works, and then put my review here Sometimes the reboot will allow the fuser to reset itself and you can print a few more pages.

With some printers a warm up problem might be caused by the environment thermistor. I've got both 110V and 220V in stock. Keep in mind most times you get a 60 error is the tray does not lift. If this doesn't resolve the  50.2 fuser error in your HP laserjet 4240, 4250, and 4350 printer the next thing to do is replace the fusing assembly.

Turn the printer off, wait 20 minutes, and then turn the printer on.2. Hence, why I don't work on my own car.To answer your question, if you open the top cover where you slide the toner cartridge in, you'll see how the paper goes The printer begins its initial self test and warm-up at power on. is there any test I can do?

by Anonymous on Feb 18, 2010 at 8:19am Add comment Please sign in to comment Assuming the used fuser was good, the only other thing that would cause the error would Turn the printer back on after waiting 30 seconds. All Rights Reserved. So I took off the top cover and then left side cover to expose the cooling fan.