HP Laserjet Enterprise P3010 / P3015 Fuser Error’s

HP Laserjet Enterprise P3010, P3015 Fuser Error

Fuser Error 50.x

Information:
The fuser assembly error has appeared.
● Fuser Error 50.1 – Low fuser temperature of thermistor (TH1)
● 50.2 Fuser Error – Fuser warm up service
● Fuser Error 50.3 – Heighten fuser temperature of thermistor#1 (TH1)
● 50.4 Fuser Error – Faulty fuser assembly (drive circuit failure)
● Fuser Error 50.8 – Lower Fuser temperature of thermistor (TH2)
● 50.9 Fuser Error – Heighten fuser temperature of thermistor#2 (TH2) Continue reading “HP Laserjet Enterprise P3010 / P3015 Fuser Error’s”

HP Laserjet M600 Series M601, M602< M603 Common Paper Jam-$55. Onsite Service

HP Laserjet M600 Series M601, M602< M603 Common Paper Jam Pasadena

A paper jam is often a term employed to summarize when prints becomes lodged inside of a HP Laserjet Printer which is not able of ejecting. When this takes place the HP Laserjet Printer is not going to work correctly until the paper has been physically cleared.

hp laserjet m600 paper jam

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Common Fuser Error HP Color Laserjet Enterprise M577dw

Common Fuser Error HP Color Laserjet Enterprise M577dw

Associated Models:
HP Color  Laserjet Enterprise M552
HP Color Laserjet Enterprise M553
HP Color Laserjet Enterprise MFP M577

50.WX.YZ Error Messages
Fuser Error 50.1

Information
Lowered fuser temperature malfunction

Best remedy
Remove fuser and reload the fuser assembly. Ensure that it is sitting correctly. Continue reading “Common Fuser Error HP Color Laserjet Enterprise M577dw”

LaserJet Toner Cartridge Page Yield

LaserJet Toner Cartridge Page Yield
LaserJet Page Yields

For all LaserJet printers and Multi Functional Products sold, HP publishes page yield data for the printer function of these devices. 

Page yield data should be used as a starting point for comparison purposes, and not to predict the exact yield you will get from your HP printer and cartridge. Likewise, the declared yield is not intended to be the minimum number of pages that the cartridge will print. Rather, page yield data is meant to estimate the average yield expected from a particular cartridge when measured using the ISO test methodology in connection with a designated printer system. Individual cartridges can perform above and below this average due to variation in the cartridge manufacturing process. Additionally, actual yield varies considerably based on factors such as the content of printed pages, typical printer job size, the environmental conditions during operation and the amount of color printing relative to monochrome printing.

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Printer Toner Usage & the Impact on Print Cartridge Yield

How Toner is Used
Other Factors impacting LaserJet Print Cartridge Yield

The ISO/IEC yield methodologies allow the customer to compare the declared yield of cartridges from many different manufacturers. The printing style of the customer (type of documents printed, number of color pages, size of print jobs, image density, simplex v. duplex, etc.) will have a substantial impact on the cartridge’s actual page yield. Accordingly, actual yield may vary considerably from the declared yield and HP cannot guarantee that a customer will always achieve the declared page yield. Many customers will find that their print cartridge provides more pages than this declared yield and other customers will find that their printing style results in the cartridge providing less pages.See LaserJet page yields for more detail Continue reading “Printer Toner Usage & the Impact on Print Cartridge Yield”