It should not be an open circuit nor should it appear as a short circuit. by johell on Nov 30, 2005 at 11:53am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I would assume the refurbished LVPS is bad. Thanks! >>> >>>Also, can anyone reccomend a good site on preventive maintence on >>> >>> >>these >> >> >>>printers? If your car stalls and no gas at the carb then you have to suspect the pump since there is gas in the tank. http://orgias.org/fuser-error/hp-lj-8150-fuser-error.html
by dmzcompute on Nov 30, 2005 at 11:59am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The dreaded 50.1 error (low fuser temp)this is a nasty one in all the 8000 series and is 99\% of the time the low voltage power supply...the techies will tell you to try another fuser but it is futile...open the left door and put the back of your knuckle on the heat warning sticker and if there is no heat at all then you are looking at the LVPS...don't let any tech replace the DC controller before the lvps even though the service manual says so...any good tech will have run across this error before and knows what to do...the repair is not difficult and the labour shouldn't be too steep...gotcha's on this one include incoming power issues (these printers draw about 13 amps and need the lion's share of power from most 15 amp circuits...try directly plugging into the wall instead of into a UPS or power bar)...when all else fails try a cold reset (after removing your jetdirect network card so your network settings are unaffected)...as stated in other posts, if you are a soldering iron wizard then just get in there and find the bad joint and save your money for fun and frolic by Rocket Scientist on Dec 2, 2005 at 12:27am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 OK.. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. If the resistance measures out ok, I'd discount the fuser as the cause and go for a DC controller next. It is important that replacement fusers use proven and tested replacement materials. http://www.printertechs.com/printer-troubleshooting/334-50-1-fuser-error-8100-8150
Threads like this make the internet an amazing tool. We got it this morning and I have it installed. Fan 3, Formatter Fan Fan Housing 1. Would you be able to check on this model C4267A and s/n USBLM14230.
Ask for a refurbished one. $189.Nick - nickhill2002 0 If it is the LVPS, most of the errors can be fixed by resoldering the components on the board. The SMPS will usually supply othe voltages not just the 24V to the fuser, however all supplies comin from the switch-mode transformer ought to be contain fuses, in othe words check the fuses first, theses could be transistor looking type called IC protectors, they could be glass or ceramic tubular types o even a low vaue metal film fusible resistor If other voltages are there then you can be pretty certain that th SMPS is working, you will need a test meter and have some basi knowledge, prior to rectification from the 'chopper transformer' th voltage will be around 18 KHz AC not the usual 50 or 60 Hz main power frequency and will prove difficult to measure on most basi test meters, the DC side after rectification is easily measured Any electrolytic capacitors with gunge coming from them or swolle tops are easily seen and could also be the cause The fuser is a heater is the fuser element intact, again this coul esily be tested with an 'El cheapo' test meter on the resistanc range, infact this ought to be the first thing to look at Dav Davy, Oct 3, 2005 #9 rhblakeman Guest Tony I was just pointing out that many rebuilds, even ones from majo suppliers we all know and use, don't seem to have the sam quality...I give people both prices but very adimate that if they g budget they get one that might cost more in the end. I ohmed the device and it was fine. 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 9050 If the LVPS has gone bad, you will usually see a 50.1 fuser error on your display.
Support for our customers is always available via email and live chat. 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 4700 by unknown on Aug 10, 2005 at 8:31pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Believe it or not it is still a current product. Our remanufactured fusers use first quality replacement parts and ISO 9000 standards in the remanufacturing process. 50 Service errors can also be related to the power supply or control circuits. navigate here If anything else is plugged in, UNPLUG IT!
This printer is inclined to dump >a little >toner which can be picked up with a dry lint free cloth easily, and >they >generate paper dust just in front of the transfer charge roller, worth > >vacuuming that out on a regular basis otherwise just clean up any dust >or toner >that is sitting inside the printer cavity. >Tony[/quote:6fb92d6a7f] > >You must work on lightly used 5Si, 8000, 8100 and 8150 series machines >to say that - I do at least 5 a day for a series of bank mortgage >offices thru central Ky and a lot can go wrong with them if they are >put to the test. 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 9040 If changing the fuser didn't correct then it's not getting correct power. Did you changed the power unit? by unknown on Jan 12, 2006 at 4:06pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 You could try replacing the LVPS outright.
If you are trying to setup on a network, look on the network card for the model such as jetdirect 615N or 620N and go to hp.com, download and drivers and download the simple printing software for that card. http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/posts/12389 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 from PrinterTechsGlossary of terms Home Site Map Policies Legal Back To Top © 2016 PrinterTechs.com Inc., PrinterTechs and the PrinterTechs logo are trademarks of Printertechs.com, Inc. 50.1 Fuser Error On Hp Laserjet 8100 And 8150 Melde dich an, um dieses Video zur Playlist "Später ansehen" hinzuzufügen. 50.1 Fuser Error Hp Laserjet P1102 Thanks again, and keep making these videos.
I have also verified all the printer setting with the other 8150 we have in the office. http://orgias.org/fuser-error/hp3600-printer-fuser-error.html You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. by msr976 on Nov 15, 2006 at 6:23am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 You can use a paper clip to keep the shutter open. So far only one was pulled from service - >>water pipe broke overhead and leaked into the unit all night with >>power applied. Hp 8150 Low Voltage Power Supply
As for the $101 C4265-69006 LVPS - HP has had those non-stock for a long time now (I've been checking for 6 months now), I think they list them but don't use the number unless they have to send one out at their cost. That's out of >the average 5 to 8 jobs per day for this company - they have 50+ >printers just in one department in the 5si and 8150 family. Try swapping them both out. Check This Out I took the thing all apart and sure enough the middle pin on one of the triacs that had Q600 printed next to it had a noticable crack and gap at the joint with some pretty beatup looking solder bits still clinging.
Yes the 2000 sheet feeders are difficult to fix but hey that's what we're here for I guess. 50.1 Fuser Error Hp 5100 Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? by unknown on Sep 27, 2006 at 2:37pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 My HP8150 prints only blank pages.
Go to this link:http://partsurfer.hp.com/cgi-bin/spi/mainYou could try partsnow.com or depot-america.com or even email Moe at this site, but the part is pricey. We're going to go that route. It may have a lot to do with the vents getting blocked for cooling air as I find all the LVPS units that have this are heavily blocked with crap at the vent. Rg5-4357 Nevermind the nice shock you may get but it also may fry your new parts.
This printer is inclined to dump a little toner which can be picked up with a dry lint free cloth easily, and they generate paper dust just in front of the transfer charge roller, worth vacuuming that out on a regular basis otherwise just clean up any dust or toner that is sitting inside the printer cavity. This printer is inclined to dump >>a little >>toner which can be picked up with a dry lint free cloth easily, and >>they >>generate paper dust just in front of the transfer charge roller, worth >> >>vacuuming that out on a regular basis otherwise just clean up any dust >>or toner >>that is sitting inside the printer cavity. >>Tony[/quote:6fb92d6a7f] >> >>You must work on lightly used 5Si, 8000, 8100 and 8150 series machines >>to say that - I do at least 5 a day for a series of bank mortgage >>offices thru central Ky and a lot can go wrong with them if they are >>put to the test. by unknown on Feb 16, 2006 at 1:07pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The Q600 triac, center pin, was missing solder alltogether and had a burn spot. http://orgias.org/fuser-error/hp-printer-fuser-error.html If the error continues: 1.
You painted a bullseye on the problem right down to the pin. You can also go to hp.com and download the drivers. by unknown on May 2, 2006 at 1:11pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 HP is replacing many 8150 LVPS for $0, and they pay a tech to install them for you.There is a current service note for the 50.1 caused by LVPS problem. I worked for HP providing support for these printers (the high end lasers) and am aware of only 3 cases out of hundreds where replacing the DC controller resolved this issue.I still stand by the fact that power outlets & what else is plugged into them/the circuit is the #1 thing to look for, followed by fuser swaps.
by unknown on Dec 12, 2006 at 12:46pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Service notes can not be given out to the general public. And you generally can fix it if the problem has recently occurred. Other >>common problems is the one listed - 50.1 fuser error, usually caused >>by broken solder joints on the LVPS at the triac connections. 99.9% >>of the time a reflow of the joints corrects the problem. So far only one was pulled from service water pipe broke overhead and leaked into the unit all night wit power applied.
Thank you for the speedy shipment and response. The thig was that a thermal sensor on the top of the upper roller was bad, so there was no signal from it and the fuser lamps wont heat up. If the error persists, it could be due to a faulty thermistor, fuser heating element, or loose or open connection to the fuser. And you generally can fix it if the problem has recently occurred.
Now when the back edge enters the printer, open the top toner door to stop the printing. Or wouldn't you even bother going down this road....Local4130 said:> "Those power supply's are pretty pricy, if any of you need one I can get them like half price"1/2 of the $189 price Nick posted about above, or 1/2 of the $400 price quoted from part solutions or wherever?