This blog is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking There are several different types of 4000 fusers that can be installed in this machine and will not work. by unknown on Mar 19, 2008 at 8:13am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Since we have no idea what you did before, we can't advise you. Make sure the power source meets product requirements 2. this contact form
Unfortunately the only way to verity a parts is failing is to replace the part. It can happen to not appear whole week, sometimes I couldn't print 2 pages whole day. I have replaced the toner cartridge and the fuser and I'm still showing the error. by dmzcompute on Jan 12, 2007 at 5:14am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Was the original problem a 50.2 error?First verify the replacement fusers part number is correct
how much is the replacement?thanks by sillyxone on May 19, 2008 at 10:18am Add comment Please sign in to comment If you're getting the 50.2 error, it's always a bad heater I found on the powerboard a burnt fuse - the larger of the two (125v 15A). 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 You need to replace the fuser.
Now I just changed the Power Supply and it still has the same error message, 50.2. Pulled out the fuser, measured the resistance according to this site:http://www.partsnow.com/service_today/4100.aspAll points measured correctly according to the diagram, however, Heater 2 thermoswitch resistance keep jumping around 0.8-1.5M while Heater 3 thermoswitch It means the fuser is not reaching the desired warm up temp. 50.2 Fuser Error 4250 Look for weird things like material stuck to the sleeve which might stop heat travelling correctly or distort the material so it doesn't sit correctly.
I have purchased a maintance kit from hp directly when it said to maintence the machine and now the fuser error message is appearing. Most buildings were built and wired long before IT equipment became commonplace and extensions are used to provide power for clusters of computers. i changed all that having same problem no cycling of printer fans come on and then 50.2 afterinitializing - Anonymous 0 Turn the printer off. http://www.printertechs.com/printer-troubleshooting/378-50-2-fuser-error-on-hp-laserjet-2820-2840 The printer still gives the 50.2 error messege.
What does the fuser and the knobs you turn look like? 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 5100 A traditional fuser could get material stuck under the thermistor so that the temperature on the roller was too high whilst that on the thermistor was too low. I replaced the maintenance kit (included fuser)and still getting a 50.2 error. keep up the good work by unknown on Mar 19, 2008 at 1:51am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 In the USA we use 110 to 127 volts out
This causes the machines to take longer to warm up which can result in this error. http://fixyourownprinter.com/posts/30652 I would verify the fuser is a 220v fuser. 50.2 Fuser Error P4015 Open the rear output bin. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 4700 by moe on Jul 11, 2006 at 3:48pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Hello!
Turn the printer back on after waiting 30 seconds. http://postmapper.com/fuser-error/50-01-fuser-error.html Cheaper than buying a new fuser. Thanks by unknown on Oct 27, 2005 at 8:26am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Please ignore above post.Thanks for your help I have indeed taken out the fuser. Cycle the printer power a couple of times before concluding that a new fuser is needed. 50.2 Fuser Error P3015
Does anybody kow where I can source this stuff in the UK? Probably nothing happens if you do it the other way around. I have tried a known good fuser pulled out of a working 4250 and got the same problem. navigate here there it was...
Powered by WordPress | Theme: Myth by Michael Van Den Berg.About SiteParts StoreTopAbout SiteParts Store %d bloggers like this: Telephone: (888) 276-4666 Printer-Repair-Experts.net HomePRINTER SALESSERVICESUPPORTHP LASERJET SERVICE MANUALSHP LASERJET 50.2 Fuser Error Hp Laserjet 4050 I did not notice that the connection had slipped out of place, probably when I was rotating the gears to view all of the fuser roller. Some may claim to be original HP product.
However the argument still holds - if you have a 50.2 error try plugging the printer directly into the wall. These technical pages do not constitute an offer for sale; just our knowledge at the time of writing. One removing the fuser I can see amongst the bits of shredded Fuser Film that the sleeve has dissintegrated at one end.I have found the sleeve available to replace this one 50.1 Fuser Error Diagnosis & Repair 50.2 is quite likely to be fixed by unplugging the printer, leaving it for half an hour so the fuser cools down then trying again.
Remove tray 2 so the printer thinks no tray is there. by unknown on Sep 20, 2005 at 6:02am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Where can the fuser be found? WouldAnyone know which power supply controls thefuser assembly? his comment is here by theprinterman on Sep 14, 2006 at 1:07pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I got 50.2 message this morning.
I did see on some blogs, people were talking about possible power issue/voltage issue. If the problem is not related to the fuser, replace the enginecontroller board. Next I tried a fuser that I already new was good and still got the 50.2 fuser error. follow to the next step. (2) Turn the device off and wait at least 25 minutes.
For others reading not to long ago I replaced a fuser for a scheduled PM cycle and got called back a week later for a similar problem. by Anonymous on Feb 19, 2010 at 1:37am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Hi, I'm getting 50.2 Fuser Error. Tech Support Support Home PageMaintenance Kit InstructionsOther instructionsTroubleshootingArticles, news, blog Featured Articles HP Error CodesEntering Service ModeService mode PIN codesCounterfeit parts challengeCold reset instructionsClearing maintenance countJetDirect Reference GuideHalf-way testRepetitive defect rulerTestimonialsInnovations Email me for pricing and ordering info.
printertechs article suggesting that not having the fuser internal connectors onto the heater ceramic pushed home could give the 50.2 error on a range of HP printers. Change the fuser and ... Try metering the heater circuit and thermistor to find out if it is good. 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
by xcon_03 on Aug 22, 2011 at 10:00pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 50.2 = fuser not warmingverify the heating element contacts (8.6 Ohm) (6.2 Ohm)verify if the