Reply With Quote 02-14-2006,04:18 PM #3 waynehouston View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Junior Member Join Date Feb 2006 Posts 2 Thanks Although those plastic pieces did not seem to be restricted in any way. I use it in my home office. The print driver finds printers using mDNS (Bonjour) and gets the printer capabilities and status by SNMP. The only way the computer could know the paper size was if the user told it. http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/posts/36135
We also use Google Analytics to track site usage patterns. What can I do to clear it out? Report This by Manage My Life January 16th, 2008 The Hp LaserJet 4 plus has an error message of 41.3. If the lever is stuck or missing, the printer will generate a false paper jam message. Complete the following to troubleshoot a paper jam issue: Visually inspect the paper path and identify the location of the leading edge of the paper when the jam occurred. If you notice that the tray 2 settings don't match the paper size in the tray then most likely the paper size control board is going out.
SeeDc controller PCA.Hope this helps by [emailprotected] on May 14, 2009 at 6:13am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 my initial problem was it was jamming when i printed out the config page.first page would go through second would stopmidway through the fuser and last page would stop in the feed assbly right before getting to the registration assbly.I replaced the registration assbly,feed assbly, and DC Comtroller, then it started skewing the pages,and still jamming. Then it updates the applications accordingly. If the the printer is still feeding paper, but still having 41.3 errors from both trays 1 & 2, then you will probably have to replace the registration assembly. HP Support Forums Join in the conversation.
But when I use tray 1, it will feed but tell me there is a mismatch in tray 2. If you move the paper stop to a different position the fingers move into different positions. It doesn't list any. If the path test shows the problem then it is clearly nothing to do with the computer and is an issue in the printer.
Any help would be appreciated. Try running a path test (from diagnostics). If the arm stick, the printer immediatly picks up another sheet of paper and it reaches ps1 to fast and hence the 41.3 error. Rather too generic page - a miscellany of things (in French) laserprinterservices using a scraped list from the Service Manual as an advert for their repair services.
It will print one page and stop. Now i am getting the 41.3 error and mismatched paper in tray 2. See Details Chamberlain Chain Drive Garage Door Opener ... Solution: 1 Reload the tray with the correct paper size. 2 Press "CHECK MARK" (SELECT button) to scroll to TRAY XX SIZE=.
The time now is 11:27 AM. This is becoming a common issue as these printers get older. uoguelph.cum Apparently a link into a P4015 printer at University of Guelph which is having this error! Check This Out The solenoid works - it can be heard clicking (and will do so in diagnostics mode) but it's timing goes wrong and it delivers double feeds.
If the printer vendors could agree a universal language for document transfer and device control printer drivers could largely be a thing of the past. The 41.3 Paper Size error happens when there is a mismatch between what the computer application asks for and what the printer can provide, and/or what the printer sees happening as paper passes through. An application such as a word-processor needs this to give users a view on the screen of how things will look on the page, for instance.
All the paper that can be seen has been removed, but still has the error message. Paper is out of spec Other things that could be done. Reset printer by pressing the continue key. Another issue which can lead to this happening is one of the selenoids on the paper input assembly having an issue with glue residue. If the paper takes too short or long a time passing over the printer sensors this error gets raised.
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