Printer Features

LaserJet 5Si Mopier (C4076A C4077A C4176A) 24 ppm letter or A4 13 ppm ledger (11x17) or A3 15 ppm legal or B4 9.5 ppm letter or A4 6.5 ppm ledger or A3 7.5 ppm legal or B4 24 ppm letter or A4 13 ppm ledger (11x17) or A3 15 ppm legal or B4 9.5 ppm letter or A4 6.5 ppm ledger or A3 7.5 ppm legal or B4 24 ppm letter or A4 13 ppm ledger (11x17) or A3 15 ppm legal or B4 9.5 ppm letter or A4 6.5 ppm ledger or A3 7.5 ppm legal or B4 600 dpi plus Resolution Enhancement technology (REt) 600 dpi plus...

Maintenance and Adjustments

Cleaning the Printer and Accessories 4-3 Cleaning the Printer 4-4 Cleaning Spilled Toner 4-5 Preventative Tray 2 and 3 Adjustment Procedure 4-7 Tray 4 Adjustment Procedure 4-9 Cleaning the Printer and Accessories To maintain the print quality and paper performance, thoroughly clean the printer and the paper handling accessories Every time you change the toner cartridge. After printing approximately 15,000 images. Whenever print quality problems occur. Clean the outside surfaces with a lightly...

Error Log Interpretation

The error log is the key tool in troubleshooting printer problems. Figure 7-8 shows a typical error log. The error log shows the current page count at the top center of the page, with the printer's serial number directly to the right of the page count. The left column is the error sequence number, with the error listed at the top (the highest sequence number is the most recent error logged). The next column is the page count at the time of the error, and the last column is the Personality (PCL...

Numerical Parts Index

Table A-2 Numerical Parts Index Low Voltage Power Supply, 110-120V Exchange Low Voltage Power Supply, Universal, Exchange Packaging Kit, 2000-Sheet Input Unit C-Link Cable Assembly, 61 cm (Engine to HCI) Delivery Head Assembly for Multi-bin Cable, Flat, Delivery Head to Controller PCA Cable, Flipper Assembly to Controller PCA Cable, Delivery Head Position Motor to Controller PCA Cable, Interlock Switch to Controller PCA C-Link Cable Assembly, 178 cm (HCI to MBM) Kit staple cover bin full...

Functional Overview

720c Power Supply

Basic Printer Printer Functional Block Diagram 5-4 Power Distribution System 5-5 AC Power Overcurrent Overvoltage Protection 5-6 High Voltage Power Distribution 5-7 Formatter DC Controller System 5-10 Laser and Scanner Drive 5-10 Paper Motion Monitoring and Control 5-10 Clutches Engine Test Microswitch 5-11 Image Formation Toner Drum Drum Conditioning 5-15 Image Image Image Transferring and Media Separation 5-18 Image Paper Paths and Printer, Duplex Unit, and Envelope Feeder 5-20 2000-Sheet...

Paper Source Default

The printer paper source is specified by the print job, not the printer control panel. The following paragraphs apply when the current job does not specify a paper source. Unless changed or not specified by the current job, the software application, or the printer driver, the paper source default is determined by the Cold Reset Paper Size (letter or A4) set in the Service Mode Menu. If Tray 1 is set to the Cold Reset Paper Size, and if paper is loaded in the tray (no matter what size), the...

Print Quality Menu

Table 3-10 Print Quality Menu Items Table 3-10 Print Quality Menu Items Press + to display choice. Press Selec to activate choice. Press + to display choice. Press Selec to activate choice. Press + to display choice. Press Selec to activate choice. To make print darker, chooe a higher number to make it Press Men to display choice. Press Item to select Fusing. Press to save selection. Asterisk (*) indicates printer default. CO ** Only with HP LaserJet 5Si Heavy Media printers VP Table 3-11...

General Paper Path Troubleshooting

Paper jams occur in the printer when paper does not either reach or clear a photosensor along the printer's paper path in a specific amount of time. If a paper jam occurs, a 13.xx PAPER JAM message is displayed on the printer's Control Panel. The following lists general questions you should ask and topics you should explore prior to troubleshooting General Paper Path Troubleshooting Questions What is the frequency of the paper jams (e.g. continuous, one jam per 100 pages, one jam per 1000...

Multi Bin Mailbox

Delivery Head rollers are not sliding. One or more fingers on the delivery roller mechanism in the mailbox's Delivery Head Assembly is out of position. NOTE Power off the printer. Position the mailbox away from the print engine. Hold down the mailbox interlock, then power on the printer (refer to Figure 7-12). The mailbox goes through its normal power-on sequence The head assembly in the mailbox moves to the bottom-most position on the mailbox, then it travels up to its home position. Any fault...

Vertical Transfer Door Closed Sensor PS35

(1.) PS35 Vertical Transfer Door Switch (2.) Drive Gear (3.) Vertical Transfer Door Registration Sensor Flag PS31 (4.) Vertical Transfer Door Paper Jam Sensor Flag PS32 Tray 4 is empty or not lifting. Under normal operating conditions, when Tray 4 is closed the paper stack lifts until the paper is directly beneath Tray 4's feed rollers. Photosensor flag PS34, the paper surface photosensor, determines when the paper stack is lifted to its feed position. Mechanically, Tray 4 lifts when the tray...

Table 711Toner Smear

The moisture content, conductivity, or surface finish of the media being printed may not work correctly with the electrophotographic process. Try a different paper lot or other media (see HP LaserJet Printer Family Paper Specifications Guide). 2. Dirty Fusing Rollers. Toner build-up can cause the print on a page to smear. Remove and inspect the Fusing Assembly for excessive toner build-up. Clean using alcohol. 3. The Static Eliminator Strip is dirty or is not...

Paper Sensor Exit

Laserjet 4250n Lifter Motor Sample

PSExit1 - Detects paper entering head assembly. 2. PSExit2 - Detects paper exiting head assembly. A paper jam occurred at Vertical Transfer Assembly exit or after opening the Vertical Transfer Assembly. Paper in PS32 (see Figure 7-14) at power-on (flush routine not implemented at power-on). If Error Log Message 13.59.1y is followed by 66.00.19 or 66.00.20 in the printer's error log, this means the printer was printing a long job and a time-out occurred. See all recommendations listed for Error...

Illustrations and Parts Lists

The following illustrations and their assorted parts tables list the field replaceable components for this printer. Where applicable, the exchange part number is listed immediately following the original equipment part numbers. Appendix A provides two cross-reference tables of all the parts listed in this chapter Table A-1 lists the parts in alphabetical order, and Table A-2 lists the parts in numerical order. Both tables are cross-referenced to the appropriate figure and reference designator...

Accessories and Options

The accessories and optional equipment for the LaserJet 5Si, 5Si MX, and 5Si NX printers are shown in Figure 1-5 and described in Table 1-9. For the LaserJet 5Si Mopier C4076A , all the accessories in Figure 1-4 and in Table 1-9 are standard features, except for the Envelope Feeder and the Multi-Bin Mailbox replaced with the Mailbox with Stapler . HP LaserJet 5Si 5Si MX NX Optional Paper Handling Accessories 3 HP 2000-Sheet Input Unit Tray 4 4 Multi-Bin Mailbox provides mailbox, job separation,...

List of Figures

Figure 1-1 Sample Model and Serial Number Labels 1-7 Figure 1-2 HP LaserJet 5Si 5Si MX NX and Mopier Engine - Front and Right Side View with Tray 1 Open 1-14 Figure 1-3 HP LaserJet 5Si Mopier - Front and Right Side View with Tray 1 Open 1-15 Figure 1-4 Rear and Left Side View 1-16 Figure 1-5 HP LaserJet 5Si 5Si MX NX Optional Paper Handling Figure 1-6 Sample 5 Page Coverage 1-22 Figure 2-1 Printer Space Figure 3-1 Control Panel Layout Figure 3-2 PCL Configuration Page 3-26 Figure 3-3 PCL Menu...