An excessive temperature might suggest a ventilation problem or fan failure. There are probably very few 5SI and CLJ-4500 printers left in service - you cant get the parts. It is surprisingly robust as well, Teflon-like materials adhere to one another better than they adhere to aluminium so there is no definite sacrifice in longevity. Error 50 generally points to the need for a new fuser.
Check that the fuser is for the right voltage (110V in the US, 220V in Europe Ireland and the UK). HP persist in calling the board that; it does a lot more than high voltage, including fuser control. However if you hope to save money or just to learn why the fuser might have failed then keep reading. The good news is that it is easy to do, you don't need an engineer to do it and if you get a maintenance kit the printer will be good for http://www.printertechs.com/printer-troubleshooting/11-50-2-fuser-error
However so far as I can tell they do not explain, either in the service manual of on their web sites. -- 50.9: Fuser Error. 50.9 Fuser Error - High Fuser To prevent this the bar is loosely wrapped in a Teflon sleeve which rotates with the page. After around off playing with it, it still wouldn't print right, and the error 50.2 come back on, so it will print (if that's what you want to call it) with
HP and many other sources stress that low voltage issues can be caused by extension cables. People neglect to get the printer model completely right and order the wrong fuser. Since it was only getting half the voltage it was supposed to be getting, it wasn't getting hot enough to fuse the toner, but it didn't trip the error either. 50.2 Fuser Error 4200 Some pictures derived from HP User and Service guides.
I didn't see anywhere that it wasn't fine for me to ask questions too. 50.2 Fuser Error P4015 Try metering the heater circuit and thermistor to find out if it is good. Web Research I tried querying Google with P4015 "50.8 FUSER ERROR" in quotes and got a suggestion of About 13,300 results; once more implying a popular topic. http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/posts/43061 by Stephen on Mar 2, 2007 at 6:36pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 hp laserjet 4200 110v fuser part number is RM1-0013 and 220v is RM1-0014 this problem
Less self evidently fusers can give smeared print. 50.2 Fuser Error P3015 That is the kind of thing "50.9" seems designed to detect. Paper comes into the fuser cold and is suddenly hit with blazing heat, it expands and softens as steam is driven off but not at all evenly as it is in We think "50.6" means the printer was unable to detect current being drawn by the fuser and gives this error rather than the "50.1" error meaning "It stayed cold". -- 50.7:
fixya provides another irrelevant page of various half-cocked fixes for a cornucopia of unrelated printers I didn't ask about printerrepairsupport article about the LJ 4240/4250/4350 where the "50.6" fault definitely means http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/LaserJet-Printing/hp-laserjet-4250n-50-2-fuser-error/td-p/5338818 I didn't feel the advice was very sound. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp Printer BrokenPrinter1 42.600 προβολές 6:59 Φόρτωση περισσότερων προτάσεων… Εμφάνιση περισσότερων Φόρτωση... Σε λειτουργία... Γλώσσα: Ελληνικά Τοποθεσία περιεχομένου: Ελλάδα Λειτουργία περιορισμένης πρόσβασης: Ανενεργή Ιστορικό Βοήθεια Φόρτωση... Φόρτωση... Φόρτωση... Σχετικά με Τύπος Πνευματικά δικαιώματα 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 4525 Control breakdown is the worst possibility because it could be spread across several positions.
Not relevant but it had 50.7 = Fuser pressure release mechanism failure too. by moe on Jun 1, 2009 at 10:18am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thank you, I appricate it. Overheated Fuser Signs of an over-hot fuser before an error happens are: Creases vertically in the paper. Sometimes the spring loading is motorized to suit different media thicknesses. What Is Fuser Error
Thermal distribution is simple if a fuser uses an aluminium heated roller - the conductivity of the metal will allow one thermal sensor (thermistor) to do the job. I had this problem with a 4200 changed the fuser it's now working ok. - Anonymous 0 Next item would be the dc controller, followed by the power supply. fortwayneprinterrepair puffing his article above. There can be two or three heaters down the center of the top roller to get it to temperature quickly.
HP say: Verify that the connection to connector J82 on the DC controller PCA is firmly seated. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp Laserjet Pro 400 M401n The toner powder used in the LaserJet P4014 series printers is a mix of polyester and iron oxide specially chosen for its low melting point because that improves energy efficiency. fastprintersdotcom 96.237 προβολές 4:28 How To Replace The hp Laserjet 4200n 4250n 4350n Swing Plate PART 1 - Διάρκεια: 5:50.
Look for bent pins or debris. rhinotek somewhat dated list Whilst the articles generally covered the same ground I didn't feel they made any headway into how a fuser could get over-temperature without some glitch in the rhinotek rather old list of error codes in PDF form. 50.2 Fuser Error Hp 1536 Nothing relevant though.
feedreader.com Nearly useless. Even if it were up to date there isn't much information on the topic. The toner gets too hot and tacky, the page cover is too high and the paper fails to separate from the heated surface. Printercompany 1.976 προβολές 6:16 Ilumina - Fuser Cleaning - Διάρκεια: 1:31.
The DC-Controller doesn't actually have the clunky components needed to control power itself, they are on the power supply board. 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 New "High Voltage Power Supplies" from HP are expensive - although we can probably source "clean working pulls" from decommissioned machines. Power cycle the product to determine if the error is persistent. 2.
Sometimes however its Fuser drive or power unit error. helpowl More adverts and offers of miscellaneous irrelevant dowloads. Judging from what similar printers like the LaserJet 4200 etc reported in this case it seems to mean "open circuit" rather than mechanically not shut and the report relates to the There is a bit of evidence that the design teams have some leeway in what faults get which messages and that information might not filter through to the teams working on
Next time I get another one, I will verify. We aren't clear that the P4014 series do that although it does slow down for some materials from tray 1. Any ideas on where to go next? Thats why I didnt answer the question.
The fuser got too hot more quickly than the DC-controller firmware expected.