LaserJet 8100n, 8100tn, 8100dtn printer repair/service with 6 months warranty in Southern California!
We specialize on HP LaserJet 8100 printer repair and onsite printer service in Los Angeles and Orange County with image defects, error messages, numerical error codes and maintenance errors. We provide LaserJet 8100 printer series HP 8100, 8100n and 8100dn printer repair with 57 fan error, Error 50, 50.1, 50.2 fuser errors as well as 51.1, 51.2 and 52. Our LaserJet 8100 printer service team has the technical ability to provide Laser-Jet 8100 series printer repair on the first visit.
Every Hewlett Packard Laser Jet 8100 printer repair/service includes a free cleaning by our HP Certified technicians. We offer 8100/8100n printer repair with image not bonding on the paper, smeared prints, dirty prints, repeating images and vertical line due to a bad fuser unit failure. We offer 6 months warranty on every HP laser-jet 8100 printer repair and maintenance service at your site. Our HP 8100 repair technicians carry most common parts to fix ALL 8100 printer malfunctions with numerical error code on the first visit.
We carry Genuine LaserJet 8100 C4182X toner cartridges to solve print defects with horizontal lines, blotches, repeating dots, mirror image and vertical line due to a bad refurbished toner. We carry Genuine HP 8100 Maintenance Kit C3914A and fuser units. We stock HP 8100 paper input unit and delivery assembly to solve 13.1 and 13.2 error codes. We stock parts to provide 8100/8100n printer repair with 50 numerical service errors 50.1, 50.2, 50.3 and 50.4 with a bad fuser unit or low voltage power supply failure.
HP LaserJet 8100 Printer Model (C4214A)
HP Laser Jet 8100 Series Printer Memory Information!
We will resolve LaserJet 8100 service error codes and Failures on ALL 8100 printer repairs!
|HP 8100 Printer Error Message||HP 8100 Recommended Action|
|ACCESS DENIED MENUS LOCKED||The printer control panel function that you are trying to access has been locked to prevent unauthorized access. See your network administrator.|
|BAD DUPLEXER CONNECTION||The duplexer is not connected properly. Reinstall the duplexer.|
|Print Speed Footnote||The optional input tray cannot feed paper to the printer because a door or paper guide is open. Check the doors and paper guides.|
|Print Quality (Black, Best Quality)||The engine is rolling its rollers to check for possible paper jams.|
|DISK DEVICE FAILURE||A print job requested a printer language that does not exist in the printer. The job will not print and will be cleared from memory. Print the job using a driver for a different printer language or add the requested language to the printer (if available). Press GO to continue.|
|CHOSEN LANGUAGE NOT AVAILABLE||The EIO disk had a critical failure and can no longer be used. Remove the EIO disk and replace it with a new one.|
|DISK FILE SYSTEM IS FULL||The requested operation could not be performed. You might have attempted an illegal operation, such as trying to download a file to a nonexistent directory.|
|DISK IS WRITE PROTECTED||Delete files from the EIO disk and then try again. Download or delete files from HP Jet admin and download or delete fonts from HP Font Smart.|
|DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED||The EIO disk is protected, and no new files can be written to it. Disable the write protection through HP Jet-admin.|
|EIO DISK INITIALIZING||The disk accessory card takes a long time to initialize. The first parameter (n) is the accessory slot number for this disk accessory card.|
|EIO n DISK NOT FUNCTIONAL||The EIO disk is not working correctly.|
EIO n INITIALIZING alternates with DO NOT POWER OFF
|Wait for the message to disappear (approximately five minutes). If the printer EIO card is operating correctly and communicating with the network, this message disappears after approximately one minute, and no action is required.|
|EIO n DISK SPINNING UP||The disk accessory card takes a long time to initialize. The first parameter (n) is the accessory slot number for this accessory card.|
|ENV FEEDER LOAD [TYPE] [SIZE]||Load the requested envelope type and size into the envelope feeder. Make sure that the envelope size and type are set correctly from the Paper Handling Menu in the printer’s control panel.|
|EXTERNAL DEVICE INITIALIZING||When an external paper-handling device is connected to the printer, it must have 10 seconds to initialize after boot or after coming out of Power Save mode.|
|MEMORY SHORTAGE PAGE SIMPLIFIED||The printer had to compress the job in order to fit it in available memory. Some data loss might have occurred.|
|OFFLINE||Press the go key to place the printer online.|
|OUTPUT BIN FULL CLEAR (BIN nnn) (nnn=bin name)||The output bin is full and needs to be emptied. If problem presist the output bin sensor is stuck|
|PERFORM PRINTER MAINTENANCE||To ensure optimum print quality, the printer prompts you to perform routine maintenance every 350,000 pages.|
|RAM DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED||The requested operation could not be performed. You might have attempted an illegal operation, such as trying to download a file to a nonexistent directory.|
|RAM DISK FILE SYSTEM IS FULL||Delete files and then try again, or turn the printer off and then turn the printer on to delete all files on the device. (Delete files using HP Jet admin, HP Font Smart, or another software utility.|
|STAPLER LOW ON STAPLES||The stapler device is running out of staples and needs to be refilled.|
|TONER LOW||The print cartridge is running out of toner.|
|TRAY x EMPTY||
Load the empty tray (x) to clear the message. If you do not load the specified tray, the printer will continue printing from the next available tray, and the message will continue to display.
|13.1 PAPER JAM CHECK RIGHT DOOR||Paper feed 1. Paper late jam. Paper did not reach PS2.|
|13.3 PAPER JAM CHECK RIGHT DOOR alternates with THEN OPEN AND CLOSE TOP COVER||Paper delay jam. Paper did not reach PS1 at the registration area.|
|13.5 FUSER OUTPUT, PAPER STOPPED JAM||Fuser output, paper late jam. Paper never reached PS1403 at the fusing assembly|
|13.6 FUSER OUTPUT PAPER STOPPED JAM||PS1402 did not sense the paper. Fuser output, paper stopped jam. Paper never exited the fusing assembly|
|13.9 CHECK LEFT DOOR||Face-down bin paper late jam.|
|13.20 PAPER JAM CHECK …||The engine could not eject a page in the printer .The front panel message (…) will indicate the sensor closest to the paper.|
|13.A PAPER JAM CHECK LEFT DOOR||Paper stopped at the Face-down bin.|
|20 INSUFFICIENT MEMORY alternates with PRESS GO TO CONTINUE||The printer received more data than can fit in its available memory. You might have tried to transfer too many macros, soft fonts, or complex graphics.|
|21 PAGE TOO COMPLEX alternates with PRESS GO TO CONTINUE||The data (dense text, rules, raster, or vector graphics) sent to the printer was too complex. Press GO to print the transferred data. (Some data might be lost.) To print the job without losing data, from the Configuration Menu in the printer control panel, set Page Protect=On, print the job, and then return Page Protect=Auto. Do not leave Page Protect=On; it might degrade performance.|
|22 EIO x BUFFER OVERFLOW alternates with PRESS GO TO CONTINUE||Too much data was sent to the EIO card in the specified slot (x). An improper communications protocol may be in use. Press GO to clear the message. (Data will be lost.)|
|22 PARALLEL I/O BUFFER OVERFLOW alternates with PRESS GO TO CONTINUE||Too much data was sent to the parallel port.
Check for a loose cable connection and be sure to use a high quality cable. (Some non-HP parallel cables might be missing pin connections or might otherwise not conform to the IEEE-1284 specification.)
|41.3 UNEXPECTED PAPER SIZE
|The paper size on which you are trying to print is not the same as the control panel setting for Tray 1.
Make sure that control panel setting for Tray 1 or the envelope feeder is correctly adjusted for size. (The printer will continue trying to print the job until size settings are correct.)
|41.x PRINTER ERROR alternates with PRESS GO TO CONTINUE||A temporary printing error occurred. Press GO. The page containing the error will automatically be reprinted.|
|50.x FUSER ERROR 50.1 Low Fuser temperature. 50.2 Fuser warm up service. 50.3 High Fuser temperature. 50.4 Faulty Fuser. 50.5 Inconsistent Fuser.||A fuser error has occurred. Turn the printer off for 20 minutes then turn it on if it works you’re lucky if not call for service (800) 815-2737|
|51.x PRINTER ERROR
51.1 Beam detect error. 51.2 2 Laser error.
|A temporary printing error occurred.Either there is a beam detect error or the Laser scanner error|
|52.0, 52.1 & 52.2 PRINTER ERROR||A temporary printing error occurred 0 Laser/scanner error. 1 Laser scanner startup error. 2 Laser scanner rotation error|
|53.xy.zz PRINTER ERROR||There is a problem with the printer’s memory. The DIMM that caused the error will not be used. Values of x, y, and zz are as follows:
x = DIMM type 0 = ROM 1 = RAM
y = Device location 0 = Internal memory (ROM or RAM) 1 to 3 = DIMM slots 1, 2, or 3
zz = Error number
You might need to replace the specified DIMM. Turn the printer off and then replace the DIMM that caused the error.
|55.xx PRINTER ERROR alternates with PRESS GO TO CONTINUE||A temporary printing error occurred. Press the GO. The page containing the error may automatically be reprinted.
2. Turn printer off, unplug it and reseat the formatter board.
If error returns, turn the printer off and remove all DIMMS, EIO Cards, Hard Disk Dri
|57.X FAN FAILURE||A fan motor failure occurred. All fans are enabled to low speed operation at power on. Fans will go into high speed operation during the print cycle. 57.2 Fan 3 – Formatter Fan (intake) 57/3 Fan 2 – Laser/scanner (exhaust) 57.5 Fan 1 -Low-voltage power supply (exhaust) 57.6 Fan 4 – Face-down delivery (exhaust) 57.9 Fan 5 – Tray 1 fan|
|58.x PRINTER ERROR alternates with CYCLE POWER TO CONTINUE||A temporary printing error occurred.58.1 Tray 1 lifter malfunction. 58.2 Tray 2 lifter malfunction. 58.3 Tray 3 lifter malfunction. 58.4 Tray 4 lifter malfunction.|
|59.x PRINTER ERROR Critical Error||A printer error has occurred. 59.0 Motor error. 59.1 Motor startup error. 59.2 Motor rotation error.|
|59.x PRINTER ERROR||There is a problem with the printer’s memory. 59.0 = Internal memory 59.1 internal memory error. 59.2 internal memory error. 59.3 intrnal memory error. 1 to 3 = DIMM slots 1, 2, or 3|
|62.x PRINTER ERROR||There is a problem with the printer’s memory. 62.0 = Internal memory error. 62.1 internal memory error. 62.2 internal memory error. 62.3 internal memory error.|
|64.x PRINTER ERROR||A temporary printing error occurred. Turn the printer off and then turn the printer on.
|66.xy.zz INPUT DEVICE FAILURE alternates with CHECK CABLES AND CYCLE POWER||An error occurred in an external paper-handling device. Turn the printer off and then turn the printer on.|
|68 NVRAM ERROR CHECK SETTINGS||An error occurred in the printer’s nonvolatile memory (NVRAMAn error occurred in an external paper-handling device. Turn the printer off and then turn the printer on.
|68 NVRAM FULL CHECK SETTINGS||The printer’s nonvolatile memory (NVRAM) is full. Some settings might have been reset to the factory defaults.|
|69.x PRINTER ERROR||A temporary printing error occurred. X Description 69.0 The duplex mechanism has failed. 69.1 The duplex slide adjust has fail|
|79.xxxx PRINTER ERROR||The printer detected an error. The numbers (xxxx) indicate the specific type of error.
Turn the printer off and then turn the printer on. Try printing a job from a different software application. If the job prints, go back to the first application and try printing a different file.
|8X.YYYY EIO ERROR. The EIO accessory card in slot X has encountered a critical error as specified by YYYY.||1. Move the EIO card to another slot. 2. If the error persists, replace the EIO card. 3. If the error is corrected, reseat the EIO card in the original slot|
|HP PART DESCRIPTION||PART NUMBER|
|HP 8100 Fixing Assembly/Fuser Assembly||RG5-4315/C4214-69007|
|HP LaserJet 8100 Maintenance Kit||C3914-67902|
|Mulit-Purpose Pickup Assembly||RG5-1880-000|
|Tray 1 Pickup Roller||RB1-9526|
|Pickup Rollers Tray 2/3)||RF5-2708-000CN|
|Feed Separation Rollers||RF5-1834 / RF5-1426|
|Low Voltage Power Supply||RG5-4357-040 RG5-4301-040CN|
|HP 8100 Delivery Assembly||RG5-1874|
|laser 8100 Transfer Roller||RF9-1394|
|8100 Laser Scanner Assembly||C4214-69003/C4214-69003|
|8100 Formatter PCA||C4107-69001/67901|
|8100 Paper Pick-up Assembly||RG5-4334-260CN|
|HP 8100 Registration Roller Assembly||RG5-4303-030|
|Vertical Transport Unit||C4780-69503|
|Paper Pickup Assembly||C4214-69017|
|Control Panel Overlay||C4214-40029|
|Tray 3 Paper Cassette||RG5-3951|
|Tray 3 Paper Cassette||R98-1004|
|LAserjet 8100 Diverter Door Assembly||RB2-3558|
|HP laserjet 8100 High Voltage Power Supply||RG5-4306|