External Assembly Locations 1 of

Front and Right Side View with MP Tray Open 5 250 sheet ledger (11x17) or A3 Paper Cassette 7 250 sheet Letter or A4 Paper Cassette Figure 1-3 Rear and Left Side View Figure 1-3 Rear and Left Side View 1 Optional 42.8 Mbyte Disk Accessory Location 2 Parallel Bi-Tronics Interface 6 Dust Cover for 250 sheet ledger (11x17) or A3 Paper Cassette 8 Optional Universal Lower Cassette Connector Access Front View with Front Cover Open (with toner cartridge removed) 2 Arrow guide for installing toner...

Menu of Resets

Additional reset options are available through the Menu of Resets. Use the Menu of Resets option with caution. It can result in loss of buffered page data or printer configuration data. You should only use it when You wish to restore the default printer settings. Communication between the printer and computer is interrupted. You are using both the parallel I O and MIO ports, and one of the ports is having problems. 1 Press Line to take the printer off line. 2 Hold down both Shift and RBflBt for...

Service and Error Messages

Table 7-2 Service and Error Messages Table 7-2 Service and Error Messages The printer received more data from the computer than can fit in its available user memory. Press isrnii + ICWffTfflWB to print the transferred data (data loss may result), then make more memory available in the printer by removing some fonts, macros, or any other data from memory or, simplify the page sent to the printer or, install additional memory. (Note, if AUTO CONT ON the printer will automatically continue...

Memory Configuration Menu

This menu contains the items for personality Resource Saving and I O Buffering. Depending on how the printer memory is configured, any combination of menu items and possible values can appear. When you change an item in this menu, the printer automatically resets, and all fonts, macros and downloaded data in the printer are lost (except data stored on the optional Disk Accessory). Memory Configuration Menu items can be selected only from the printer control panel. Table 3-9 Memory Configuration...

Transfer Roller Assembly

Handle the Transfer Roller from the ends only. Do not touch the surface of the Transfer Roller. Skin oils will affect its electrical characteristics, resulting in poor image transfer. 1 Grasp the shaft on either end of the Transfer Roller and lift upward to snap out of the plastic retainer clip (Figure 6-19, callout 1). 2 Lift the opposite end up and out of its retainer clip. Transfer Roller Assembly To Reinstall Transfer Roller Assembly To Reinstall Be sure that the non-gear end of the shaft...

Recycling Toner Cartridges

In order to reduce waste, Hewlett-Packard utilizes a recycling program for used toner cartridges. Cartridge components that do not wear out are recycled. Plastics and other materials are recycled. Hewlett-Packard pays the shipping costs from the user to the recycling plant. For each cartridge returned, HP donates one U.S. dollar to be shared by the Nature Conservancy and the National Wildlife Federation. To join this recycling effort, follow the instructions inside the toner cartridge box.

Faulty Image Examples

This section illustrates some image defects and their possible causes. Since there are many variables in the printing process, it is possible to encounter image defects that are not illustrated in the following illustrations. If you find a defect that is not illustrated, record the probable cause along with the printing environmental conditions and save a copy of the defect for future reference. Each example is followed by a table that lists in order the probable causes of the image defect....

Table 71Status Messages

Control panel display remains blank. 1. Verify the input power, then check that CB101 and F101 are not open. 2. Check and reseat connector from the Control Panel to the Formatter PCA. 3. Remove any interface cables to the host. 4. Print an Engine Test to determine if the print engine is functional. If so, replace the Control Panel, then the Formatter pCa. The default ready message. The printer is ready to use. Printer is in Power Save mode. In Power Save mode all...