What about the small back-up battery, looks like that cooked a little too, started to leak. - kcan 0 I've baked P3005 boards at 350 degrees with no problems. The board isn't functioning, so there is no down side. Any way both had "Mem Test Failure Replace DIMM 0 "Yeap, formatter board. Click here for the defective parts return procedure for Europe . Source
No action necessary. Also told me my printer would be too old (the 1-year warranty has expired in dec. 2007????)and I must bring in the printer to HP. Turn the device off and then on. Did an engine test OK, but if you send a print job, the light just blinks.
Since I work for a larger company, we're graded on call backs, I just try to avoid anything that can give me a call back, including baking/heating the boards. It will even have the model number since the same board is used for duplex and non duplex models but model ID'd when the new board is installed. But if the RAM is the issue, you would think the problem would still happen immediately after replacing the formatter. Other chips can be tested as well.A perfect way to avoid the oven.
Cleaning... Seems like a double standard and maybe a class action lawsuit will help hp treat all customers the same. Thats a good test for the culprit chip. Hp P3005 Cold Reset If the message persists, contact HP Support. 57.XX PRINTER ERROR alternates with To continue turn off then on A device fan error has occurred.
Reconnect the interface cable(s) and the power cord. Hp Laserjet P3005 Memory by opcso on Jul 29, 2009 at 5:58am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I just called the HP 800 number and got the typical BLAH< BLAH< BLAH from some $3/hr clerk who works in Thailand. Pressing any button during the 10-second auto-continuable error message overrides the auto-continue feature, and the button function takes precedence. http://h20564.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/psi/troubleshootResults?sp4ts.oid=1846088 You'd have to meet the failure problems listed anyway to qualify.
Service or repairs that are required as a result of using non-HP supplies are not covered under HP warranty. Hp Laserjet P3005 Hangs During Startup If the message persists, contact HP Support. 53.10.01 ERROR UNSUPPORTED RAM The memory DIMM is not a supported DIMM. Try a different driver. Non-HP cart, used in the old machine.
Do they pull straight off. They all meant that I have to pay for the new board. Hp P3005 Memory Error Replace Dimm My machine was built in June 2008 so obviously, there is issues with software and hardware. P3005 Formatter Board Reinstall the firmware.
Alternatively you can install additional memory of available. this contact form I'm based in Ireland. I have about 6 of these boardswith this problem . Service or repairs required as a result of using non-HP supplies are not covered under HP warranty. Hp Laserjet P3005 Replace Dimm 1
Remove the tray indicated. by HP-Printer-Dave on Nov 18, 2008 at 10:19am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 On the phone with HP Tech Support. Thanks Walt. have a peek here I have 3 items from HP identifying this and similar problems due to a bad Toshiba chip on the formatter board.
However, I have had 2 P3005 boards fail after some time having been repaired in a professional shop. Install A Supported Memory Dimm. Get in touch with us HP LaserJet P3005 (Q7812A) Printer Repair & Maintenance If you’re looking for a printer repair company to help fix your HP LaserJet P3005, then you’ve found the right place. Turning it off/back on works, but I'm wondering if there are sleep settings on the print server that I can modify.
Press (DOWN) to see step-by-step information. by unknown on Aug 13, 2009 at 2:13pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 After some time with no formatter failures I had 2 in one day. Turn the device on. Hp Laserjet P3005 Troubleshooting by Stephen on Feb 6, 2009 at 6:44pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I agree, the 8150 is a good printer.
by unknown on Mar 5, 2012 at 8:50pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 This is a very common problem with this machine. My bad P3005DN doesn't fall under the serial # range & I am teed off about that & I bet some other people are having to pay for replacement printers when their bad one is only 2 years old. by unknown on Sep 14, 2010 at 4:00am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Had the same problem, checked the basic stuff and called HP support.Usual guarantee is 1yr (according to HP), but with these kind of problems (production error or something like that), +1yr extra guarantee.Printer kept hanging in different stages of startup (where the animation on the display and shows 024MB, 048MB, 065MB, 1/6 2/6 3/6 4/6 5/6 etc, stops at any point).Did some tests, like pressing+holding the green V button after it starts memory counting, but to no avail.Opening the right side of the printer (slide it backwards), opening the metal cover and checked if extra card is installed in the white slot (there wasn't any extra memory installed in mine), closed the metal cover (but not the plastic one)Then use the test button 5cm below the fan (can only be seen with the right side panel slid off), it produced striped output.With this information the HP technician concluded it was a 'formatter error', printer will be replaced for free.If HP wouldn't have provided the factory guarantee, I could also have used my legal guarantee (Europe > 2jrs(minimum!), probably a lot more), but I prefer HP as I know they care for their customers. Check This Out I confirmed it 100\% !!!!But the bad news is HP will only give the extended warranty to the serial number range which is listed in a post somewhere on this site; I think starting with CND----??
We were tickled pink or green $$ you might say & so was our customer. It is the small one on top with the sticker on it. the 'st' is NOT a toshiba chip and is not covered under the service note. Printing can continue.
by speckledpig on Oct 28, 2008 at 6:28am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 GOOOOOOOD NEWS on the formatter boards that are hanging up at the memory count or before READY comes up. However, even though this model isn't that reliable, it's still way better than the junk that Lexmark produce. Printer started to go off-line, no menu function, and had to be turned off then on again to get it to work. If it happened on a new cartridge installation, then return it to where you purchased it for a warranty exchange.If you have tried to install another new cartridge, and still get the error, then there is something wrong with the printer where it interfaces with the toner cartridge e-label.The printerwill need to have service or be returned.Did the2nd printer have the error right out of the box, or did the cartridge work for awhile, and then you got the error?By the way, did you use the original toner cartridge that gave you the error message on the first printer, in the 2nd printer?
Whole job takes about a half hour including letting it cool off. Then he is still freezes.Is the "printer freezing problem" also a problem from the formatter board? Since it is under a year old I would get HP to repair it under warranty - wpc 0 I would expect that to work on a surface mount only board. CHOSEN PERSONALITY NOT AVAILABLE alternates with To continue press (SELECT) The device encountered a request for a personality that did not exist in the device.
If the prompt appears each time you turn on the device, the clock is not working correctly. by unknown on Feb 8, 2012 at 8:07am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Heating the board to 170C for 8 minutes does work - it has for the board in my p3005, that had the same lock up problem as noted above.However, that temperature would be risky for some of the components on the board - specifically the larger capacitors and the Li battery. Since then, I've started heating the whole board in the over at 400 degrees for 5 minutes. The slightest EM shock will kill it.
You would be surprised how many boards you can fix this way. HP Error Code:21 - Print Overrun Explanation:Your print job exceeds the current memory capacity of the printer. X Description 0 Onboard NVRAM 1 Removable disk Press (SELECT) to continue. If you cannot find your product on this site, go to HP Support Center - Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
I think I'll take it home and see what happens. - opcso 0 After reading all the suggestions about putting the board in tothe oven, I finally had to try it....I had 5 defective formatter boards (HP LJ p2015) and did several tests in the oven...After putting it in for 9 minutes at 210 degrees C, 3 of the boards started right up and still are working ok!!So, everyone out there with defective formatter boards (P2015 orP3005) just try it and let me know if it did work for you also.