Hp Error 13.20.00
Lesson learned, don't trust parts made in China!!!! - Anonymous have same problem on lj9000.... Amazing! Sharp pin, moving by sharpness forward, overtime is "filing" for itself a "trap", it getting stock into from time to time. There are two rather opaque areas in the LaserJet P4014, M601 and M604series - as well as most other modern mono printers.
It is possible the new dc controller is now fried. There are two white rollers on the paper feed assembly. Clearly, more research is needed. suerte talvez le sirva mi experiencia. her latest blog
by peterking on Jun 26, 2013 at 11:37am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 4200, 4300 some-how are prone to weird paper jams under MP tray assembly. by unknown on Jan 29, 2008 at 7:17am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The folder thing worked to find out what was wrong, but now I have to I'll pass this along to the other technicians in my office. - Anonymous 0 i'm having a problem and can't fix it with any of the methods in this thread.
The roller should have a substantial amount of texture -somewhat like the back of a hand. Always remember: If you remove a piece of paper that was jammed, but you do not have a full sheet of paper, than there is still some left in the printer. No luck, but what a great quick fix to try first.Ended up having to disassemble the printer to get to the flag to move. If they get mixed you can also have this problem.
After two days of head pounding, and two new DC controllers, a new fuser, and other replacments. I got a part # off the plastic but of course googling it comes back with nothing. i appreciate it! - flippedcracker 0 Recently I came across this problem and it was caused by the left rubber roller on the front shaft of the paper feed assembly that Is the culprit behind this a faulty Power Supply?
Using a piece of junk mail printed on cardstock, I pushed it up thru the slot above Tray 2, and out popped this little wad of paper.Many thanks. The printer does not even get to READY status... The folder trick works :-) I thought I'd gotten all the paper out after a particularly nasty paper jam, but I kept getting a paper jam error. There is no paper jam.
by newbie1234 on Dec 12, 2007 at 12:18pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The 13.20 on the 4200 is a common error and the problem most times is I hope this helps. I have a bit of a dilemma though - I have no printer to print out my dissertation but I can't stop working on this to fix the printer. If you print while itis warm it never happens.
And the printer would print fine, and then jam....with no paper jam. Tray X 13.03.00 JAM IN TRAY X. It starts with a jam at the front door, in which case I turn the jam knob, close the door, and then it moves to the left door and stays at My tech has swapped parts from other printers.
See Printer switches and sensors. 6 Replace the top-cover-open switch (SW101). by Ai-Ai on Apr 4, 2012 at 4:08am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 It could be caused by the pickup solenoid starting to go bad. The LJ-4200 fuser has a green wheel to do this, the P4014 and M101 series are supposed to release the pressure roller when they jam. What you want to check is not the sensor but the flag which activates the sensor.
To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. In order to access the flag you have to remove the complete tray 1 assembly which on this printer is a bit of work. If the roller doesn't seem to be the problem, check through the paper path; take the cartridge out and look under it.
the acuator switch for the front door and the back door are the same switch located inside left door up front.
Many thanks by unknown on May 29, 2007 at 7:42am Add comment Please sign in to comment Yup- cardstock flossing worked for me, too. In its maximum configuration this printer series can take up to four more paper feed units, usually as one extra tray or a tower of three 500 sheet trays (3,4,5) and It is usually the most heavily used paper-feed tray in a printer. Respond to this 0 Looking at the back of the fuser, there is a black plastic piece going lengthwise above the white plastic part with the small rubber rollers at the
It pops and then gives the error. What you want to check are the clips on the fuser which secure it to the printer frame. Do a manual sensor test. I just need to know whatpart number the other wheel(s) may be and where I can order them.
by Anonymous on May 13, 2008 at 8:31am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 pull the part above the pickup roller assembly of tray 1 and fold a piece a shop vac with the hose in the exhaust hole may be your friend at this point.This page has pics and further troubleshooting.http://h20000.www2.hp.comHope this helps... a the machine works like a champ!i hope i save u guys from buying a DC controler,harnest,HVPS.fuser,etc.etc.[emailprotected] by unknown on Dec 15, 2008 at 9:58pm Add comment Please sign in to Sounded to me like the delivery assembly could be shot so I checked it and it was in pretty bad shape.
It appears that the 4200 is not picking up the paper after power save sometimes. Your cache administrator is webmaster. The points so far can be checked by a user - although running through the whole set of possibilities does take a bit of time. The Diagnostics menu can test the tray 1: paper sensor - which should change an indicator on the display when it is pressed solenoid which should make an audible click when