If you have another 4200 fuser even if the teflon is bad just try anyway to see if the message goes away. - dmzcompute Am still having the same error,so what else can I do to resolve the problem? - Anonymous can you send vido that you maintain this fuser error or to change this fuser.thanks - Anonymous 0 Ohm out the fusers.http://www.partsnow.com/service_today/4200.aspLikely you have two bad ones. I understand you are seeing some error codes on your HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M277dw.I have gone ahead and sent you a Private message on the Forums. Now put paper on tray 1 and turn on the printer and what happens. I work for HP.Best Regards,Kenneth Reply 0 0 Magnus_StroData Honor Student Posts: 3 Member Since: 04-13-2012 Message 3 of 4 (1,061 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: lj CP1515n error 50.2 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-23-2012 12:15 AM No surgeprotector used, printer is plugged straight into the wall socket.Having this problem twice with two printers in such a short time makes me wonder...Any idea on how I can get the fuser out and check it ? have a peek here
Reply 0 Reply 0 0 Everyone's Tags: M277dw View All (1) HevnLgh HP Support Agent Posts: 7,879 Member Since: 09-03-2013 Message 2 of 3 (59 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Printer error code 50.2 & 51.23 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 05-25-2016 08:20 AM Hi @Nikki1978,Welcome to the HP Support Forums! I had this problem with a 4200 changed the fuser it's now working ok. - Anonymous 0 Next item would be the dc controller, followed by the power supply. by dmzcompute on Mar 15, 2007 at 4:17am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Make it real easy on yourself. is says 110V-127V.
Click the Kudos on the left side for helping and click Accept as Solution for providing a solution. It turn out that the fuser motor was worn out. Does anyone recommend any other part to check?
Click on my name to email me for pricing and ordering info. I noticed I do not hear the fuser spin up when the printer is turned on.So far I have replaced the fuser and formatter / main board. We stock the fuser heating assemblies. Sometimes the reboot will allow the fuser to reset itself and you can print a few more pages.
What you did might have been a Maintenance reset, but that just clears the counter. Reply 0 0 Ljubisa Tutor Posts: 11 Member Since: 10-29-2010 Message 3 of 4 (10,890 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: 50.2F.00 fuser error Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 07-15-2015 02:31 AM I had the same issue. Thank you! Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Printers > LaserJet > Printer error code 50.2 & 51.23 HP Support Forums Join in the conversation. http://printerrepairsupport.com/50-2-fuser-error-hp-4240-4250-4350/ Remove 2 screws and the fuser slides out.
One of the good numbers to call is 1-800-474-6836 and select the options for the printer. But NOT worth $900 for HP to fix it. Thank you! Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Printers > Inkjet > 50.2F.00 fuser error HP Support Forums Join in the conversation. If the 50.2 Slow Fuser error message returns, it's time to replace your fuser.
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If the fuser doesn't heat, the printer should not run and you should get a 50 error. navigate here I got it figured out on my own though, thanks for the information I got off of here. The part number is verified. It's cheaper to replace just that than a whole fuser.
The outlet may need to be checked or try switching outlets.Does the error go away after disconnecting the power cord to the printer for a while?Click here to see a detailed description for Performing Cold Reset (Factory Defaults) if needed.After checking the hardware and software for the printer, click here to see and use the HP Out of Warranty Support Options for Select HP Consumer Printers* for further troubleshooting if needed and/or a replacement. That was after registration, dc controller and ps replacement. Reply 0 0 « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents HP Printers - Using HP Diagnostic Tools for HP Printers in WindowsHP Printers - After Windows 10 Upgrade, Printer Does Not PrintHP Printers - Using Google Cloud Print with Your HP PrinterHP Printers - Printer is Offline (Windows)HP LaserJet Pro Printers and Multifunction Printers - HP Smart Install Discontinuation Videos Related Step by Step Guides Help with Clearing Paper Jams HP LaserJet PrintersPrint Job Stuck in Queue (OS not known)Print Job Stuck in Queue (Windows) Print Job Stuck in Queue (Mac) English Open Menu English Deutsch Español Français Português 中文 한국어 † The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. Check This Out If you think you have received a fake HP Support message, please report it to us by clicking on the blue “Report Inappropriate Content” button above the message.
If the fuser has indeed been replaced with a known working fuser and still have the same error, then the next step to to check all the connections for the fuser as indicated below:W = 2: Reconnect the connectors (J53, J54 and J82) on the DC controller PCA.3. If the error persists, replace the low-voltage power supply. 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.
by dmzcompute on Jan 18, 2006 at 3:34pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thanks for the advice! Most past models sent me directly to AC PS next. Now I just changed the Power Supply and it still has the same error message, 50.2. When you stated you got a 220v fuser it made it sound like you knew what you ordered and knew thats what you needed.
Remove tray 2 so the printer thinks no tray is there. Now the fuser 50.2 error isn't on and it is pulling the paper through, but it don't fuse the ink to the paper. I've got both 110V and 220V in stock. this contact form Reply 0 0 SHThompson Distinguished Professor Posts: 2,711 Member Since: 05-09-2011 Message 3 of 3 (849 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: hp laserjet 4250n 50.2 fuser error Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 11-04-2015 07:58 PM Hey Fred did you buy a remanufactured user or did you get one new from HP?The remanufactured fusers have lots of parts that already have a couple hundred thousand pages on them so they are a lot more failure-prone the new from HP.
Any suggestions? But....it did let it print with the fuser not fusing, the print was just coming off in sting like when you touched it. The screen says to turn it off, then back on and if the issue persists, to call a tech. To see if you have the same issue just print from the manual feeder or set the switch in the paper tray to custom and the black strip will disappear.
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean or Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Nikki1978 Honor Student Posts: 2 Member Since: 05-24-2016 Message 1 of 3 (81 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Printer error code 50.2 & 51.23 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 05-24-2016 08:54 AM Product Name: M277dw Hi, i purchased a color printer while in Austria 2 weeks ago and now, i'm back in the US and the printer is coming up with 2 error codes and does not work. 50.2 and 51.23. by dmzcompute on Jan 12, 2007 at 5:14am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Was the original problem a 50.2 error?First verify the replacement fusers part number is correct for your printer.Then find the link above for instructions on metering a 4200 fuser. (note they do not apply to a 4250) by Stephen on Mar 2, 2007 at 6:25pm Add comment Please sign in to comment Yes tryed 3 known good fusers 1082 for 4250n same result - Anonymous 0 Well since you have a problem with a 4250 it would be a good idea to start a new thread, or at least to change the subject line when you post.Is the printer attached to a UPS?You may have a problem with the power to the printer, if you have another working 4250, then try the failing machine on a known good power source. I replaced the maintenance kit (included fuser)and still getting a 50.2 error. Now I got the same message again, but unfortunately the warranty is no longer valid.Does anyone have any ideas on how to get the fuser out to check it ?
keep up the good work by unknown on Mar 19, 2008 at 1:51am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 In the USA we use 110 to 127 volts out of the wall & the printer needs to be rated for this voltage. HP estimates average fuser life to last about 100,000 pages; but a fuser can fail much earlier depending on printing conditions, heavy paper jams, and the quality of the fuser installed. For a temporary fix, you can try turning your printer off and back on again. by Stephen on Dec 26, 2006 at 11:48am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I have two hp 4250 printers having the same problems. Then flip the fuser over to the right side (the non-gear side) and press in on the other fuser tab to make sure it is also fully clicked in place. (right side of a LaserJet 4000/4050 fuser pictured below) (right side of a LaserJet 4100 fuser pictured below) After pressing in on the tabs, re-install the fuser and test. If the '50.2' error continues, replace the fuser.
I replaced it but when I power on HP I get Fuser Error 50.7 all the time along with clicking noise on the fuser. It was too expensive for it to be done now.Thank you! Reply 0 0 KennyB3 Master's Graduate Posts: 350 Member Since: 10-17-2011 Message 4 of 4 (1,042 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: lj CP1515n error 50.2 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-24-2012 02:19 PM See and check the fuser settings in the HP ToolboxFX on the computer > device settings > extended print mode > fusing.Thank you for the confirmation and getting back with me on this. I opened fuser cover and that noise is coming out of the plastic wheel which is trying to rotate bigger wheel of the fuser but it's stuck so this wheel is just skipping.Please anyone advise what should I doDo I need new fuser or maybe it's faulty Low Voltage PSU from Ebay?Thank you so much for help by unknown on Jan 28, 2012 at 11:00pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The fuser would have also blown if the unit was plugged into 220V.
Or any other ideas on how to fix this problem ?/Magnus Reply 0 Reply 0 0 KennyB3 Master's Graduate Posts: 350 Member Since: 10-17-2011 Message 2 of 4 (1,065 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: lj CP1515n error 50.2 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-22-2012 01:04 PM Magnus_StroData,With the 50.2 fuser error message coming up and it has come up before there may be a surge protector. by 87vert on Jan 2, 2007 at 3:07pm Add comment Please sign in to comment I am having the same problem exactly I changed power supplyfuser dc controller printer wont cycle and hen 50.2any ideas? - Anonymous Im having same problem changed acpower supply board ; outletdc controler fuser have you found any thing i think might be short in motor? - joetele The problem is not with the dc controller or any other part it's down to a faulty fuser. by unknown on May 29, 2009 at 7:29am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 There is no fuser reset. by unknown on May 31, 2009 at 6:53pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 My bad, I just naturally assumed that since you said it was a 220V fuser, that you were from out of the country.
Any ideas on where to go next?