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Tony Tony, Oct 4, 2005 #12 measekite Guest Tony wrote: >-spam.invalid (rhblakeman) wrote: > > >>Tony I was just pointing out that many rebuilds, even ones from major >>suppliers we all know and use, don't seem to have the same >>quality...I give people both prices but very adimate that if they go >>budget they get one that might cost more in the end. It was a 5si so they replaced it with a new 8150N. >> >>Davy I'm not sure of your point but I am aware of the LVPS providing >>other than fuser voltages and how it works, I was an electronics >>technician for nuclear missile systems in the USAF for 20 yrs - 8 of >>that I taught theory, troubleshooting and repair (not bragging just >>giving you background but I am proud of my service) and since 10 yrs >>in the field so I do a lot of bench and field repairs. The remainding 5 for locals were sucessfully repaired >>by resoldering. thank you very much video It's very helpful Posted by Unknown on 19th Jul 2012 thank you very much very helpful Showing reviews 1-4 of 12 | Next Customers Who Viewed This Product Also Viewed RG5-4300 or RG5-4357 Low Voltage hp Laserjet 8100/8150 $139.00 $124.95 Add To Cart Fuser Film Sleeve hp Laserjet 1000 1200 1300 1160 1320 p2015 $17.95 Add To Cart Fuser Film Sleeve hp laserjet 1010/1012/1015/1018/1020/1022 $17.95 Add To Cart 1 C4118-67902 Maint-Kit Enhanced hp Laserjet 4000/4050 $58.95 Add To Cart Add to Wish List Click the button below to add the Low Voltage + Fuser Error 50.1 Repair Kit hp Laserjet 8100/8150 to your wish list.
by msr976 on Dec 5, 2006 at 6:29am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Most of the time it is the Low Voltage Power Supply...And HP is providing free replacements! (most of the time)There is a service note, it has been documented in other threads.SThttp://www.fixyourownprinter.com/search/forums?q=8150+service+note by Stephen on Dec 5, 2006 at 11:16am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I'm having this problem too and would love to have the HP service note in-hand when I call up HP - have looked through all the threads about lvps and didn't see anything specific about the note (or on HP's website). Are there any components on this power > supply that are common failure points I should specifically check? > Thanks! > David C. In some cases this error can also be caused by a defective power supply or faulty DC controller board, but check the fuser first. And made me look good at work as the LVPS is cheaper than a fuser.
No, create an account now. I am not sure is ac power unit has problem or not. 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. A fuser error has occurred.
Turn off printer for 20 minutes (to allow internal error circuit to reset) and try again. I truly appreciate it. Sign up now! http://www.printertechs.com/printer-troubleshooting/334-50-1-fuser-error-8100-8150 If the bushings are worn you will typically notice: (1) Metal shavings that fall out as you're checking the unit, and (2) a jerky feeling as you rotate the gears.
Any other suggestions beyond these? Please wait... We do have some strange happenins as you would >expect in a university, like the support person who could not get the toner >cartridge to fit in the fuser slot. Chanarda Murray 6 months ago Thanks very much for this video.
The 2nd pass roller at the top of the PIU gets hard and dried on the tires, the small molded rollers in the right door get hard and slick, the rollers int he face down outfeed assy also get hard and dried. https://www.marketpoint.com/hp-laserjet-8100-8150-50x-service-error.aspx Hinzufügen Möchtest du dieses Video später noch einmal ansehen? Because of high failure rates, we actually replace these power supplies in every LaserJet 8100 and 8150 series printer we rebuild. If the LVPS has gone bad, you will usually see a 50.1 fuser error on your display. We've missed you.
errors only one was a fuser, 84 were repaired with an LVPS. http://orgias.org/hp-laserjet/hp-laserjet-3500-fuser-error-50-1.html We're going to >go >> that route. 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. Component parts are not readily available and fuser repair can become involved.
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. Only problem was getting cover off and on the printer. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... have a peek here If you don't have very many problems I >wish HP would hire the same vendor to make new replacements, they >seem to have it right on the 220's.
Normal >>operations for them sees a lot of trees being killed - they get their >>paper in 2500 sheet boxes without the reams bundled - just 5 reams >>worth in a white box, and they use those like any other office would >>a single ream. My largest 8150 >*customer*, > *TONY DA TIGER IS IN DA BUSINESS* >a university with 50+ 8150 printers (plus heaps,of other models) all >with 2000 sheet bins is always quoted OEM kit pricing, ever since they tried a >different service ecompany who use non-OEM kits and had premature failures. >Some of the printers have page counts of more than 3 million and they move them >around to try to even out the usage. I poked around the power supply a bit, but nothing is > immediately obviously broken.
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We're going to go >that route. 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. They wear >>smooth and give (usually) a 13.1 jam without paper in the path. http://orgias.org/hp-laserjet/hp-laserjet-fuser-error-50-3.html Measure between the two heavy gauge pins on the fuser assembly connector.
Fuser Error Code 50.1: Low fuser temperature 50.2: Fuser warm-up service 50.3: High fuser temperature 50.4: Faulty fuser 50.5: Inconsistent fuser (verify voltage model) Service Manual Recommended Action Turn the printer off for at least 20 minutes, and then turn the printer on. First, we purchased and received a fuser from you early last week. I try to wor this into the contract/3rd party people's heads but they contnue t look at cost to buy vs durability/dependabilty. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in German.
If you want send me a email with your model number CXXXX and serial number and I will check to see if your printer is covered. My largest 8150 customer, a university with 50+ 8150 printers (plus heaps,of other models) all with 2000 sheet bins is always quoted OEM kit pricing, ever since they tried a different service ecompany who use non-OEM kits and had premature failures. I rebuild the PIU and outfeed with parts from PartsMart in Georgia rather than buying a whole PIU or outfeed (except for the mortgage office jobs - they buy the parts and want whole assemblies ordered for speed despite paying me flat rate). That is why the LVPS' are in short supply by unknown on Oct 29, 2004 at 5:40pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 1 I have swapped the formatter board, LVPS, and fuser with know working parts and this error still will not go away.
They wear >smooth and give (usually) a 13.1 jam without paper in the path. Also, can I get some instructions on putting in the rollers. It is subject to mechanical wear and thermal degradation. For the usage they have the printers are >very reliable, I have had a small number of PIU, DC controller and HVPS >failures but these are rare.
If the 50.1 error does not go away with a working fuser in place, you need to replace the Low Voltage Power Supply. When you purchase a lamp we can email instructions. 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 Account Checkout Home Troubleshooting 50.1 fuser error on HP LaserJet 8100 and 8150 Email 50.1 Fuser Error on HP LaserJet 8100 and 8150 A 50.1 error on a LaserJet 8100 or 8150 series printer is usually a failed low voltage power supply. You did not mention if you swapped all of them at the same time or just one at a time.
Unfortunately, service contracts were allowed to lapse >>> >>> >>on >> >> >>>these printers and I suspect these printers have been neglected, so >>> >>> >>I >> >> >>>would be interested in any tips/maintaince we can do (other than >>> >>> >>the >> >> >>>obvious of installing maintaince kits) to help keep them working >>> >>> >>well. >> >> >>Apart from the maintenance kits there is very little service needed on >>these, >>the kits are recommended at 350,000 page intervals and you will need >>to reset >>the counter each time you fit a kit. Wird geladen... Wird geladen...