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Hp P3005 Printer Troubleshooting

Hp P3005 Printer TroubleshootingAverage ratng: 4,5/5 1542 reviews

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Hp P3005 Printer Troubleshooting

This printer is attached directly to computer via parallel port.

The user stated that the printer just hung up on one of his print jobs. The user powered off the printer and received an error:
blank screen on the control panel of the printer.

The user powered off/restarted his computer and then powered off/restarted his printer.. MB**********
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After many reboot and restart attempts (of both the computer and the printer), the problems still persist:

stuck at a blank screen
stuck at the 0. MB***** screen

I have also powered off the device, unplugged power, unplugged the parallel port from the printer and still I cannot progress past the above mentioned screens.

Please help!!
Thanks, Eric. Since then, I've started heating the whole board in the over at 4.

That yields much better, longer lasting results. At least it has on the Jet. Direct cards I've used it on. Put the board in component side up and support each corner on something to keep it off the baking sheet or whatever you use. Remove carefully from the oven and let it cool for awhile.
This is for after the service note expires. If HP is replacing the boards, better to do it that way.

If it has the Toshiba chip at the top left of formatter, HP will replace it. The manual has two entries for formatter and neither one are helpful. I also searched HP's site with no success. Does anyone have access to .

All you do is remove the right side cover by pulling back and out to the right and then the open the cover over the formatter and it is right in front of you. The slightest EM shock will kill it.

Take it to a service provider.

Do you have the ability to turn screws? That could be a deciding factor in supplying you with advice. Do what you were told, and peel off the white label on the top left most chip. It cannot get any clearer. If it is a Toshiba chip, it will be replaced by HP.
If not, then remove any memory. Righteous, learn to spell.

Secondly, what's with the cynicism and sarcasm? I realize that I was answered: I said as much in my last post. Please stay constructive. I don't think asking someone if they can turn a screw is very constructive.

I did as I was told already and have taken my printer to be repaired by HP. I really didn't expect to have all this hostility when I asked where a formatter was. I sincerely apologize that I wasn't prepared for the . If you are so smart, why would you post to a site such as this anyway? Why not hoard all that knowledge for yourself? I swear, I can't understand why people can't just answer simple questions without injecting their own little brand of . I'm done with this post and will no longer require help from people like you.

And by the way, you can keep all your little fish to yourself.. If you have nothing nice to say, SHUT UP!! Most of the info on this site in my experience is for techs to supply knowledge to other techs and to give a helping hand to those who wish to tackle simple jobs on there own. As i said earlier, formatters are not to be taken lightly if you have no idea where they are, then dont mess with it. I would hate you to remove it, kill it, then your worse off than where you started.

I have removed hundreds of formatters and for the most part there easily removed and replaced, however i have killed them just by touching them. I have a customer that is in MA, and I am in WI.

I know the formatters on these machines have started to flake out a bit. I am wondering if I should just send a formatter?

The formatters on these units are really bad and I have seen over a dozen that I had to replace due to flakey startup with crazy messages relating to firmware. Just hope for your sake it happens before the service note expires. Avast Grimefighter Free Download For Pc read more.

Speaking to a couple other techs and they have gotten the same error. The only fix was the formatter. Thanks, Brian.