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January 27, 2018

Printer Repair Diamond Bar | HP LaserJet Printer Service Diamond Bar | HP Toner Cartridge 

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We provide onsite service to  HP LaserJet printer, MFP Printer, Color Printers in Diamond Bar in Los Angeles County. Our Technicians are factory trained and certified. Our printer repair technicians provide fast, high-quality, on-site printer repairs. We are printer and plotter repair experts. Our technicians specialize in all aspects of printer problems including printer error codes, paper jams, image defects and hardware malfunctions. We don’t charge traveling to your location. Free maintenance cleaning done on every printer repair. We provide OEM HP toner cartridges. Free delivery to your location in Diamond Bar, Ca.

If you have a problem with your laserjet printer, color HP laser jet, plotter wide format call us or email your details with a brief description of your problem. Our certified technician will respond with an estimate for the printer repair including parts and labor. We will deal with your query promptly and efficiently minimizing the downtime caused to your business.

  

2 Hour Response Time on Service Calls To Diamond Bar,Ca

Diamond Bar,Ca Printer Repair / Service common printer Problems

  • your printer jams regularly
  • your printer claims to be offline when it is on
  • your printer refuses to print when you send it a document
  • errors regularly appear when you try to print
  • documents do not scan correctly
  • printing is too slow
  • pages have spotty lines across them when printed
  • You need help replacing the ink cartridge
  • If your printer is stuck and you don’t know what to do.

Diamond Bar- Ca  HP LaserJet Printer Repair / Services   

HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 color MFP M775f HP LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M630z
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise MFP M680f HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 color MFP M775dn
HP Scanjet Enterprise Flow N9120 Flatbed Scanner HP Color LaserJet Enterprise MFP M680dn
HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M725dn HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M630f
HP LaserJet Enterprise M806dn Printer HP Color LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M577z
HP Digital Sender Flow 8500 fn1 Document Capture Workstation HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M651xh
HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M630h HP PageWide Enterprise Color Flow MFP 586z
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M750dn HP Color LaserJet Enterprise MFP M577f
HP LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M527z HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M750n
HP PageWide Enterprise Color MFP 586f HP Color LaserJet Enterprise MFP M577dn
HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M527f HP PageWide Enterprise Color MFP 586dn
HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 Printer M712n HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M527dn
HP Color LaserJet Professional CP5225dn Printer HP LaserJet Enterprise M605dh
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M651dn HP LaserJet Enterprise M606x
HP PageWide Pro 577z Multifunction Printer HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M651n
HP LaserJet Enterprise M606dn HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dh
HP PageWide Enterprise Color 556xh HP Color LaserJet Enterprise CP4025dn Printer
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553x HP LaserJet Enterprise M605x
HP Scanjet Enterprise Flow 7000 s2 Sheet-feed Scanner HP Color LaserJet Enterprise CP4025n Printer
HP LaserJet Pro 500 color MFP M570dn HP LaserJet Enterprise M605dn
HP LaserJet Pro MFP M521dn HP PageWide Pro 577dw Multifunction Printer
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dn HP LaserJet Enterprise M605n
HP ScanJet Pro 4500 fn1 Network Scanner HP PageWide Enterprise Color 556dn
HP LaserJet Enterprise M506x HP PageWide Pro 477dn Multifunction Printer
HP PageWide Pro 477dw Multifunction Printer HP PageWide Pro 552dw Printer
HP LaserJet Enterprise M604dn HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477fdw
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553n HP LaserJet Enterprise M506dn

 

Diamond Bar – Ca  HP Laser / LaserJet Black & White Printer  Repair & Service

HP LaserJet 4200n, 4200dtn and 4200dtnsL printer repair HP LaserJet 4250n and 4250tn printer repair
HP LaserJet 4250 and 4250dtn printer repair HP LaserJet 4300n, 4300tn and 4300dtn printer repair/repairs
HP LaserJet 4350n, 4350tn and 4350dtn repair/repairs HP LaserJet 5000n, 5000dn, 5000gn printer repair/repairs
HP LaserJet 5100, 5100tn, 5100dtn printer repair HP LaserJet 5200, 5200tn, 5200dtn printer repair
HP Laser Jet 8000, HP 8000, 8000dn repair HP LASERJET 8100, 8100n, 8100dn printer repair
HP LASERJET, 8150n, 8150dn and 8150hn printer repair HP LaserJet, 9000n, 9000dn and LJ 9000hns printer repair
HP LASERJET 9040n and 9040dn Printer Repair HP LASERJET 9050 and 9050n Printer Repair
HP LASERJET 4050, 4050t, 4050tn printer repair HP LASERJET P3005n and P300d5n printer repair service
HP LaserJet P4014n and P-4014dn printer repair HP LaserJet 4015n and P-4015dtn Printer Repairs
HP LASERJET P2015 and P2015n printer repair service HP LaserJet P4014/P-4014 printer repair
HP LaserJet P4015/P-4015 Printer Repairs HP LASERJET P3015, P3015n printer repair service
HP LaserJet P4015/P-4015 series printer repair HP LaserJet P4015/P-4015 series printer repair
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 Printer – m60dn repair HP LaserJet Enterpise 600 printer –M602n repair
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 printer M602dn repair HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 M712dn printer repair

Diamond Bar ,Ca  Printer Error codes

HP Printer Error Codes HP Laser Printer Error Code
13 paper jam/Jamming Paper accordion
14 No EP Cartridge Paper Jam in the tray
Squeeking Noise Grinding Noise
Fuser paper jam error Repeating dots
User Maintenance Error High pitch Noise
Laser Printer Maintenance Error 49 4C06 error
Vertical lines 49 4C02 error
12 printer open 49 0000ff error
13.A paper jam Error 49
13.1 paper pickup jam Error 50 service
13.2 paper jam 50 Service Error
13.3 paper jam 50.1 Fuser or P/S failure (HP 8100)
13.4 paper jam 50.1 Bad Low Voltage Power Supply
13.5 Paper jam in the fuser 50.2 Fuser Error
13.6 Paper jam in the fuser 50.5 Fuser Error
13.20 jam in the paper feed drive 50.9 Fuser Error
13.10 duplex paper jam Error 52 Beam Detect Error
13.14 paper jam Hp 4500 54.2 Carousel Drive Motor Error
51 (Beam Detect Error) 54.xx density out of range (HP 5500)
52 Error (Scanner Failure) Close front top cover error (CLJ 9550)
Printing blotches close bottom left cover error (CLJ 9500)
Printing Blank pages 57.6 fan error (CLJ 9500/9550)
Printing Black Pages 57.7 fan error (HP CLJ 9500/9550)
Vertical Lines 59.9 Transfer Belt Error
Printer not printing at all 59.40 Fuser error
Paper wrinkle 16 Toner Low
Paper jam in the tray No image on the paper
Paper jam at the exit 30.1.19 FlatBed Scanner error
Not printing/No print Print Defect
Blank Pages Black Pages
Image Defect vertical lines/horizontal line

Diamond Bar, Ca HP LaserJet Printer Cleaning

By cleaning your HP laser printers, you’re sure to lengthen your printer’s life and avoid the troubles of printer malfunction caused by not performing the task mentioned. Most printer users tend to search the internet on how-to’s but end up finding complicated steps that’s why in this article, we’re going to show you three ways on how to clean that HP laser printer as easy as a piece of cake.

  • Cleaning the HP Laser Printer’s surface – When your HP laser printer’s surface gets dusty, you can just wipe it off the top using anti-static wipes or a paper towel, or use a can of compressed air and spray the top, removing the dusts.
  • Cleaning the Inside of Your HP Laser Printer – On the inside, the same compartment where you place your HP toner cartridges in, simply remove the cartridge then use compressed air to blow any dust particles stuck in the toner tray. If you see any large particles of paper that came from paper jams, pull out the remaining parts of papers before putting the toner cartridge back to its place.
  • Cleaning the Slot of the Paper Tray – That part can accumulate dusts too, so its better to clean it up as well by  first taking out the paper tray then the same as the printer’s surface, you use anti-static wipes, paper towel or compressed air to get the dusts off the printer.

 

Troubleshooting Your HP LaserJet Printer

Troubleshooting your Laser Printer

Laser printers contain many moving, mechanical parts and require regular maintenance to ensure reliable performance.

This troubleshooting information is intended only as a guide in determining the most common faults with laser printers and should not be used as an alternative to service provided by experienced technicians.

Light or Faint Print:

May be caused by the toner cartridge running low. Try a new toner cartridge , or to get a little more life from the toner cartridge, remove it carefully from the printer and give it a gentle shake from side-to-side. Also ensure that ‘economy mode’ is not selected. If a replacement toner cartridge does not fix the problem, a printer service is required.

No Power:

Ensure all electrical cables are securely connected and that printer covers and doors are closed properly. Power supply units and electronic boards can also fail on laser printers, and can be replaced by a technician.

Cannot Print:

Power down the printer and wait for 30 seconds before powering up the printer. This will clear the buffer or memory in the printer. Purge any documents in the print queue waiting to print via your computer. Resend the print job to determine whether the problem is resolved.

Marks on the Page:

Vertical or horizontal marks on the page are generally caused by the toner cartridge. Try a different toner cartridge (new or empty) to determine whether the marks are repeated. If a replacement toner cartridge does not fix the problem, a printer service is required.

All Black Pages:

Pages printing out completely black indicate a printer service is required. They are usually caused by a fault with the laser scanner assembly which will need replacement or cleaning by a technician.

All Blank Pages:

Can be caused by incorrectly fitted toner cartridge. Ensure that the plastic rip-strip is removed from the toner cartridge.

Paper Jam errors:

Remove toner cartridge and paper trays from printer to expose paper jam. Remove paper from the printer by gently pulling the paper in the direction of the paper flow. Remove any torn paper or foreign objects from around the area of the jam. Phantom paper jams; continuous paper jamming or multiple page feeding indicates a printer service is required.

Fixing or Fusing error (Error 50):

Fusers and/or fixing assemblies are moving parts inside laser printers and periodically require maintenance or replacement. Turn off the printer and let it stand idle for about 30 minutes. Power up again to determine whether the error message has cleared. If the service 50 error is still present, a printer service is required.

 

Solving Printer Problems

  • Clearing paper jams
  • Improving print quality
  • Understanding printer messages
  • Troubleshooting check list

Clearing Paper Jams

If a 13 PAPER JAM or 13 DUPLEX JAM message appears in the display panel, look for jammed paper in any of the locations. If you get repeated paper jams or if the paper jam message appears repeatedly, see ” Repeated Paper Jams” at the end of this section. Paper jams occur most often when:

  • Paper cassettes are not correctly loaded
  • Your print media does not meet the specifications
  • The media is in poor condition.
  • The printer needs cleaning.
  • User-replaceable parts are wearing out

Note
The top cover or rear cover of the printer must be opened and then closed in order to clear the paper jam message. If paper jams occur frequently, clean the printer and check the quality of your paper or other print media.

Paper Jams: Paper Pickup and Transfer Guide Areas

  1. Remove the paper cassette
  2. Pull the paper out through the front of the printer

Note
Do not force the paper. If you can see paper in the cassette opening but cannot remove it easily, remove the paper through the Transfer Guide Area (see next steps)


  1. Open the top cover and remove the toner cartridge.
  2. Raise the green handle to free the paper, and pull the paper out through the front of the printer.

Paper Jams: Fusing Assembly Area – Top Cover

  1. Open the top cover and remove the toner cartridge.
  2. Remove the paper by pulling it back out of the fuser, into the printer body. Roll the paper toward you to avoid spilling loose (unfused) toner.
  3. Clean any loose toner that may have fallen into the printer with a clean lint-free cloth

Note
If loose toner falls into the fuser, it may cause print quality problems

If toner gets on your clothes, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash your clothes in cold water. Hot water sets toner into fabric.


Paper Jams: Rear Cover – Fusing Assembly and Paper Exit Areas


Warning
The fusing area gets HOT.


  1. Open the rear cover.
  2. Open the rear door of the fusing assembly, if necessary
  3. Pull the jammed paper from the fusing assembly.
  4. Remove the leading edge from the paper exit in the output bin if necessary

Note
Make sure that the orange packing spacers have been removed from the fusing assembly.


Paper Jams: 500-sheet Lower Cassette

  1. Partially remove the 500-sheet Lower Cassette
  2. Remove jammed paper.
  3. If necessary, partially remove the 500-sheet Paper Cassette and remove jammed paper.
  4. Remove any pages in the cassette that are damaged. Do not reload damaged paper into the cassette.

Note
If there are frequent paper jams or multi-feed problems in the lower cassette area, see “Printing from the OPtional lOwer Cassette” and ” Repeated Paper Jams” at the end of this section.


Paper Jams: Optional Duplex Unit

  1. Remove the Paper Cassette
  2. Open the front access cover of the duplex unit and remove any paper. Also, remove any paper protruding from the rear of the duplix unit.
  3. Open the rear duplex door.
  4. Lift paper guide and remove any paper, then lift paper guide and remove any paper, then close.
  5. Close rear duplex door (it should latch when completely closed). Replace the Paper Cassette and close the duplex unit’s front access cover.

Repeated Paper Jams: Situations and Solutions

Repeated Paper Jams: Situations and Solutions

Situation Solution
General repeated paper jam problems.
  1. Check to see that media is correctly loaded in trays (see Chapter 3, “Printing Tasks “).
  2. Previously printed paper or torn, worn, or irregular paper should not be used.
  3. Certain media jams, other media does not. For the recommended paper and other media for your printer, see Appendix C, “Media Specifications.” Try turning over the stack of paper in the tray.
  4. Parts may be worn. See ” User-Replaceable Parts ” in Chapter 7.
  5. If jams continue, contact your authorized HP service provider.
Multipurpose (MP) Tray repeated jams. If jams persist after you have cleaned the printer, check the media specifications and verify that you are loading the Multipurpose (MP) tray correctly (see Chapter 3 “Printing Tasks”). You may need to replace the Multipurpose (MP) Tray Pickup Roller as described in Chapter 7.
Paper Cassette repeated jams. If jams persist after you have cleaned the printer, check the media specifications and verify that you are loading the Multipurpose (MP) tray correctly (see Chapter 3 ” Printing Tasks”). You may need to replace the Multipurpose (MP) Tray Pickup Roller as described in Chapter 7. If using the universal (adjustable) Paper Cassette, verify that the paper size knob and other adjustments are set correctly and that the tray is not overloaded.
Lower Cassette repeated jams (not applicable at ING).  Adjust the Lower Cassette as described in “Printing from the Optional Lower Cassette ” in Chapter3. Verify that the paper size, tension, and other adjustments are set correctly and that the tray is not overloaded. If two or more pieces of media are being selected at once, it may help to decrease the tension (turn the adjustment clockwise). If the media is not being picked up from the tray, increase the tension (turn the adjustment counterclockwise).

Improving Print Quality

General causes of print quality problems are given in the checklist below, followed by specific samples of common print quality problems. If the listed solutions do not work, call for help.

Print Quality Checklist

  • Redistribute the toner in the toner cartridge (see ” The toner Cartridge” in Chapter 7).
  • Clean the inside of the printer (see ” Cleaning the printer” in Chapter 7).
  • Adjust the print density (see “Adjusting Print ” )
  • Check the paper type and quality (see Appendix C, ” Media Specifications”).
  • Replace the toner cartridge, then check the print quality again.

Vertical Fade

If a vertical white streak or faded area appears on the page:

  • The toner cartridge toner supply is low. Remove the toner cartridge from the printer and rotate it back and forth. If shaking the cartridge does not improve the print quality, replace the toner cartridge.
  • The print density is too light. Adjust the density adjustment setting from the control panel (1 is light; 5 is dark). (see ” Adjusting Print Density” in Chapter 5).

Dropouts

If faded-out areas, generally rounded, occur randomly on the page:

  • The moisture content of the paper is uneven, or the paper has moist spots on its surface. Try paper from a different source.
  • The paper lot is bad. The manufacturing process can cause some areas to reject toner. Try paper from a different source.
  • The transfer roller is dirty. Replace the transfer roller (see ‘User-Replaceable Parts’ in Chapter 7).

Vertical Lines

If sharp black vertical streaks appear on the page, the photosensitive drum inside the toner cartridge has probably been scratched. Replace the toner cartridge.

If smeared black vertical streaks appear, the fuser may be bad. Inspect the rollers for scratches and excessive wear, and, if necessary, replace the fusing assembly as described in ‘User-Replaceable Parts’ in Chapter 7.

Toner Smear

If toner smears appear on the leading edge of the paper, the paper guides are dirty. Clean the printer as described in ‘Cleaning the Printer’ in Chapter 7.

If toner on the paper is loose or can be wiped off easily, your fuser may be damaged. See your service representative.

Background Gray Toner Shading

If the amount of background toner shading becomes unacceptable, the procedures described below may help to clear the condition:

  • Increase the density setting. This will decrease the amount of background shading.
  • Change the paper to a lighter basis weight.
  • Check the printer’s environment; very dry (low humidity) conditions can increase the amount of background shading.
  • Replace the toner cartridge
  • Replace the transfer roller.

Vertical Repetitive Defects

If marks appear repeatedly on the printed side of the page:

  • The toner cartridge is damaged. The circumference of the toner cartridge drum is 3 3/4 inches (95 mm). If a repetitive mark occurs every 3 3/4 inches on the page, replace the toner cartridge.
  • The developer roller is defective. If a repetitive mark occurs every 2 inches (51 mm) on the page, replace the toner cartridge.
  • The charger roller in the toner cartridge is defective. If a horizontal black line occurs every 1 1/2 inches (38 mm), replace the toner cartridge.
  • The transfer roller has toner on it. If the defects occur every 2 1/6 inches (53 mm) on the black page, the problem will likely correct itself after a few more pages.

Improperly Formed Characters

If characters are improperly formed, producing hollow characters, your paper stock mat be too slick. Try a different paper.

If characters are improperly formed, producing a wavy effect, the laser scanner needs service. Call your authorized HP dealer or HP service representative

Vertical Line at Edge of Paper

If a vertical line appears on the page’s margin (usually the right margin) after printing about 10,000 pages, the drum in your toner cartridge is wearing out. The line will grow wider, with cross-hatching. Replace the toner cartridge. Shaking the cartridge will not temporarily relieve the problem.

 

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