Ghosting, is a problem that can occur with laser printers.
Ghosting refers to your images or text on a printed page that repeat at a regular interval further down on the page.
Note the image at the top of the page, Image A. repeats, faded, later down the page in two noticeable places, Image B.
The repeats are faded, or ghost images on the page.
Ghosting makes your printed pages dirty and look unprofessional. Fortunately there is a fairly simple cure for this condition.
LaserJet P3005dn Error Code 52.00 turn printer off and back on to continue.
Error code seems to apply to all P3005 LaserJet printer models.
According to the manuals this error code indicates a malfunction in the Laser Scanner Motor. While in some or most cases this may be true, this week I found this error code on a machine and it had nothing to do with the Laser Scanner.
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Recently we had a fun one, so I thought I would share it with you.
Got a service call for an HP LaserJet P3015 (with optional Tray 3).
User reported an audible bumping noise when the printer was printing pages.
Onsite I observed that the noise was present even when not printing. The noise would occur when the printer warmed up or cycled after the Toner Cartridge door was closed.
So I deduced the noise was not coming from the paper feed path.
The printer presented no error codes or faults.
Among the most common problems that you'll see in the HP LaserJet 9000 is the false 13.20 error. It will come up during or immediately after the power-up sequence, before you even try to print anything, and you won't find paper anywhere in the paper path. As in any printer, this can be caused by a stuck sensor flag, but in the 9000, there are some other potential causes: a defective fuser or DC Controller board, or bad high voltage connections.
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