Re-install the plastic rear output bin. Set the output bin cover aside. Flex the arms on the plastic output bin slightly to remove one side of the tray at a time. That is the source of the KLUNKing noise!I thought:"How can I stop this from happening?" I drilled a small hole through a metal plate and placed a screw that rests just above a plastic part that should have stopped the tray from rising. have a peek at this web-site
As a safety precaution wait 30 minutes for the fuser to cool before proceeding. want to be preparedfor service call 08/07/07 8am. Once you have correct fuser matched up with your model, install the replacement fuser by inserting it and aligning the left side first. If you have any questions give us a call toll-free 866-352-7108 or local 608-831-2396, we can help you get the right fuser for your specific model. http://h20564.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/psi/troubleshootResults?sp4ts.oid=412144
No more KLUNKS. Respond to this 0 http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/forums/printer/43415#1 by moe on Aug 6, 2007 at 5:57pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 If your printer is acting like mine; every thing seems to work fine, but once in a while, you hear a KLUNK-KLUNK shortly after the tray is closed and the paper is rising. The outside plastic and metal frame look the same, but the inner wiring is different.
That did the trick! I will forward them to you if you wish. No more 60.02 errors!I took photos but I don't see how to post them here. Hp Laserjet 4250 Error 13.01.00 Jam In Tray 2 Push the fuser firmly--listen for the sound of both blue levers clicking into place.
Do apprciate any help prior to the morning job. Hp Laserjet 4250n 49.4c02 Service Error Once you have the fuser out, check the fuser's barcode label for the part # and see if the part # matches with your model printer. by istech on May 22, 2008 at 8:03am Add comment Please sign in to comment Bad repair or incorrect info the 60 error would be a lifter motor error.should indicate the tray 2 lifter motor.it would be down on the lower right side.there is a spring that holds tension on top of it.if this comes off,it can cause issues.try switch trays and see if it still comes up.and make sure that tray is fully seated into place.to see the spring ,you would have to take off the right side cover,and i believe the top cover in order to get the right side cover off.could just be an issue with the lifter motor itself. - alam2020 yes my dear i'm also facing the same problem, could u pls help me to giv Next, lower the rear output bin cover as shown below.
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