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|Olia||11:11pm on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|Superb quality, affordable laser printing Slow for a laser printer, poor memory capacity, need to use good quality paper or face paper jams|
|eknath rajput||4:51pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|thanks for help|
|Deborah||11:03am on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|In a lot of respects, this is a good printer: quite quick, very clear printing, takes 160 gsm card, works without Windows. I started having problems with this printer around the end of the first year, after just normal use.|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||5:38pm on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|many years of great prints I too experienced the paper feeding problems that others have reported but I was able to work out a solution.|
|barrie07||7:23pm on Tuesday, May 11th, 2010|
|HP Laserjet 6L My refurbished printer did not work when it came out of the shipping package. A good low cost laser printer but it jams a lot This prints fast and produces adequate low cost laser copies.|
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|Non-delivery of Laser printer Dispite waiting many weeks for the delivery and numourous e-mails to the vendor, the printer has not arrived.|
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LaserJet 6L Pro
English Bahasa Indonesia
Thank you for your purchase. Along with your product, you receive a variety of support services from Hewlett-Packard. Our goal is to give you the results you need, quickly and professionally. Obtaining Software Utilities and Electronic Information:
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This support tool offers a comprehensive online information system designed to provide technical and product information on HP products. To subscribe to this quarterly service call (65) 740 4477, Monday through Friday from 08:30 to 17:30 (Singapore time). World Wide Web URL: Printer drivers, updated HP printer software, product and support information may be obtained from http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/ othercountrieswel.html, or http://www.hp.com/ cpso_support/guide/psd/cscap.html, or http:// www.hp.com/cpso_support/guide/psd/crcap.html
Online Services: for 24-hour access to information over your modem, we suggest these services.
Customer Support Options
In addition to the phone numbers listed below, appendix A, Warranty and Support Information," contains sales and service addresses and phone numbers.
In-Country Support Numbers If you require support after your warranty has expired or additional product repair services, or if your country is not listed below, please refer to the Worldwide sales and services offices in appendix A.
China (86 10) 6564-3888 (86 10) 6564-5959 India (91 11) 682-6000 (91 11) 682-6035 Indonesia (62 21) 350-3408 Australia 8877-8000
HP LaserJet 6L Pro Printer
Copyright and License Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 2001 All Rights Reserved. Except as allowed by copyright laws herein, reproduction, adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited. A user of the Hewlett-Packard printer associated with this user guide is granted a license to: a) print hard copies of this user guide for PERSONAL, INTERNAL, or COMPANY use subject to the restriction not to sell, re-sell or otherwise distribute the hard copies; and b) place an electronic copy of this user guide on a network server provided access to the electronic copy is limited to PERSONAL, INTERNAL users of the Hewlett-Packard printer associated with this user guide. Publication number C8060-90929 First Edition, January 2001
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. HewlettPackard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damage in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase separation between equipment and receiver. Connect equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician. Note: Any changes or modifications to the printer not expressly approved by HP could void the users authority to operate this equipment. Use of a shielded interface cable is required to comply with the Class B limits of Part 15 of FCC rules.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
The Toner Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) can be obtained on the internet. International customers should refer to Hewlett-Packard Services at the front of this manual for appropriate numbers and information.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
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The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. HewlettPackard makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties
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Introduction.7 Identifying the printers parts.8 Installing the toner cartridge.9 Connecting printers cable and cord.11 Using generic power strips and adapters.12 Attaching the label to the printer.13 Loading paper into the printer.14 Printer software information.15 Recommended system requirements.15 Installation considerations.15 Installing your printer software.16 Standard installation for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, and NT 4.0.16 Standard installation for Windows 3.x.17 Alternative Installation for Windows 95 and Windows 98.17 Alternative Installation for Windows NT 4.0.18 Alternative installation for Windows 3.x.18 Making diskettes from your CD for installation on Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT.19 Making diskettes from your CD for installation on Windows 3.x21
2 Printer control panel
The control panel.23 Using the control panel.24
Selecting media sizes.27 Selecting the output paper path.29 Adding paper.29 Using the single-sheet input slot.30 Printing on letterhead and envelopes.31 Printing tasks.33 Printing on both sides (duplexing).33 Pausing the printer between pages.34 Resetting the printer.34 Stopping a print job.35 Printing on special media.36 Additional tips for custom sizes.36
Additional tips for transparencies.37 Additional tips for printing labels.37 Managing toner cartridge.38
Solving common problem.41 Printing a self-test page.41 Clearing paper jams.42 Paper will not feed.45 Cleaning your printer.46 Solving printer problems.47 Solving print quality problems.51 Solving software problems.58 Troubleshooting printing problems from MS-DOS.59 Networks and switchboxes.62 Out of memory.62
Appendix A Warranty and support information
HP limited 1-Year warranty statement.63 Hardware service during the warranty period.64 Hardware service after the warranty period.64 HP LaserJet toner cartridge warranty.64 HP software license agreement.65 Accessories and supplies information. 67 Sales and service offices.67
Appendix B Printer specifications
Environmental specifications.69 Electrical specifications.69 Physical specifications.69 Environmental product stewardship.70 Laser safety statement.72 Declaration of conformity.73
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Attaching the label to the printer
1 A sheet of labels ships in the paper output bin of your printer. You will need to attach two labels to your printer: the first label is entitled Remove and Realign Paper Before Reloading," the second label is entitled, "Do Not Switch the Paper Path while Printing." 2 Carefully remove labels from the backing sheet. Attach labels to the printers paper input bin. As the label indicates, always remove and realign all paper before reloading. By doing so, you can reduce multiple paper feeds, paper jams, or both.
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Loading paper into the printer
1 Before loading paper into the printer, raise the paper supports located behind the paper input bin and the paper output bin. Using paper supports can help prevent unwanted paper curl and paper jams. 1 Raise the supports on the paper input bin and on the paper output bin until they snap into place. Insert up to 100 sheets of paper into the paper input bin.
Note Be careful not to overfill the bin. Center the paper using the paper guides on the paper input bin.
To test your printer, you can print a selftest page. To do so, make sure the Ready (bottom) light is on and all other indicator lights are off. Press and release the control panel button. (If the printer is in SleepMode [all lights are off], you will need to press the control panel button twice.) The Data (middle) light will come on and the Ready (bottom) light will blink. The self-test page prints. Note When adding paper to an existing stack in the paper input bin, always remove and realign all paper to avoid multiple paper feeds, paper jams, or both.
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Printer software information
Before you can use your printer, you must first install the printers software. Your printers software includes printer drivers that support Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 3.1x.
Recommended system requirements
Pentium processor 32 MB RAM (Windows 95 and Windows 98) 20 MB free hard disk space
If you have any problems during installation, try the following:
Check the power cord connections and power source. Make sure you are using a high-quality IEEE-1284 compliant parallel cable.
If the installation still could not be successfully completed, see the alternative installation instructions later in this chapter.
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Installing your printer software
The following section lists several different methods of installation. Use the method most appropriate for your computer system. Make sure that you quit all software that is currently running, such as Microsoft Office Manager, virus checkers, and fax utilities.
Standard installation for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, and NT 4.0
To install your printer software for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, or NT 4.0, refer to the following steps: 1 Note Insert HP LaserJet 6L Pro CD into CD drive.
If the installation dialog screen does not appear, click Start, then click Run. Type your X:/Setup, replacing "X" with the letter of your CD drive, and click OK. 2 Click the Install button.
HP recommends the Express install for most users. Follow the instructions on your screen to complete the installation. Remove the CD when the installation is complete.
If the next time you restart your computer and your screen displays "New hardware detected" and lists the HP LaserJet 6L Pro printer, select "Do not install a driver (Windows will not prompt you again)" and click OK.
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Standard installation for Windows 3.x
To install your printer software for 3.x, refer to the following steps: 9 Quit all currently running programs. Insert the HP LaserJet 6L Pro CD into the CD drive. Select the drivers directory. Select the language directory of your choice. Select the "Win3x" directory. Select the Disk-1 directory. Run setup.exe. Follow the instructions on your screen. When the installation program asks you to install the HP LaserJet 6L Pro Disk-2, enter "x\drivers\language\Win3x\disk2". (Replace "x" with the drive letter of your CD ROM, and replace "language" with the name of the language directory you chose in step 4 [for example, the directory "Chi_simp" contains the Simplified Chinese driver and the directory "en" contains the English driver]).
10 Remove the CD when the installation is complete.
Alternative Installation for Windows 95 and Windows 98
9 Quit all currently running programs. Insert HP LaserJet 6L Pro CD and click OK. Click Start, point to Settings/Printers and then click printers. Double-click Add Printer. Click Next until you come to the List of Printer Manufacturers. Click Have Disk. Click Browse. Select the drive that contains the HP LaserJet 6L Pro CD. Select the directory for the language of your choice. The file named "hpbfgb.inf" will appear in the file name box.
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10 Select the directory "Win9x" to access the drivers for Windows 95 and Windows 98. 11 Click OK, and then click OK again. The name of the printer driver will appear. 12 Click Next, and then click Next again. 13 Remove the CD when the installation is complete.
To run the 3.x installer from a diskette, refer to the following steps: Insert diskette-1 into the A: drive. Run the setup.exe on diskette-1. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. Remove any diskettes from the A: drive.
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Printer control panel
The control panel
The control panel consists of one button and three indicator lights.
Each light will be in one of the following states:
On Off Blinking
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Using the control panel
Use the control panel button to determine the status of your printer and to accomplish the following tasks:
No lights are on or blinking.
Printer is in SleepMode To print, press and or printer has been release the control panel disconnected. button or send the job to print. If no response, check power cord.
Ready light is on steadily. Printer is ready to print. No action is necessary. Press and release control panel button to print selftest page.
Data light is on steadily and the Ready light is blinking.
Printer is receiving or No action is necessary. processing data or printing a self-test page or form feeding.
Data light and Ready light Unprinted data is in the Press and release the both remain on. printer. control panel button to print the remaining data. See Chapter 4, Troubleshooting."
Data light is blinking.
Printer is in Manual Feed mode.
Check that correct paper is loaded. Press and release control panel button to print.
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Error light remains on.
Printer is out of paper. Printer has a paper jam. No toner cartridge. Printer door is open.
Load paper. Clear paper path.
Install toner cartridge. Close printer door. See Chapter, Troubleshooting."
Error light is blinking.
Page may have too much data or be too complex for printer's memory capacity.
All lights are on.
Printer is indicating an See Chapter, internal problem or fatal Troubleshooting." error.
All lights are blinking.
Printer is initializing. Printer is resetting.
No action is necessary. No action is necessary.
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Selecting media sizes
The type of media you select will affect printer performance and print quality. The paper input bin can hold up to 100 sheets of 75 g/m2 (20-lb bond) paper. The single-sheet input slot is designed to hold one sheet. Both can be adjusted to hold media measuring from 76.2 by 127 mm (3 by 5 in) to 215.9 by 355.6 mm (8.5 by 14 in). This includes the following paper and envelope sizes:
q q q q q q q q q q
A4 (210 by 297 mm, 8.27 by 11.7 in) Letter (215.9 by 279.4mm, 8.5 by 11 in) C5 Envelopes (162 by 229 mm, 6.38 by 9 in) Other Custom-Sized Media Legal (215.9 by 355.6 mm, 8.5 by 14 in) COM10 Envelopes (104.7 by 241.3 mm, 4.125 by 9.5 in) B5 Envelopes (176 by 250 mm, 6.93 by 9.85 in) Executive (184.15 by 266.7 mm, 7.25 by 10.5 in) DL Envelopes (110 by 220 mm, 4.33 by 8.67 in) Monarch Envelopes (98.4 by 190.5 mm, 3.875 by 7.5 in)
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Insert all media lengthwise (portrait) into the printer. If you want to print horizontally (landscape), make this selection through your software. Do not print on paper smaller than 76.2 by 127 mm (3 by 5 in).
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Selecting the output paper path
1 CAUTION To avoid paper jams, do not switch the paper path lever once printer begins to feed paper. 1 Set the paper path lever to the upper position to use the paper output bin. By doing so, the sheets will stack in the correct order. Set the paper path lever to the lower position to use the heavy media output slot. This straight-through path is the best output option to print postcards, transparencies, labels, envelopes, and heavy paper (100- to 157-g/m2 [28- to 42-lb] bond weight).
CAUTION If using the straight-through paper path, do not allow more than one transparency, 20 sheets of paper, or other media to stack up in front of the heavy media output slot. A paper jam could result.
When adding paper to an existing stack in the paper input bin, always remove and realign all paper before reloading to avoid multiple paper feeds or jams.
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Using the single-sheet input slot
1 You can print one sheet of paper at a time without unloading the paper input bin. To do so, load one sheet into the single-sheet input slot. The printer will take from the single-sheet input slot before it takes from the input bin. Note The single-sheet input slot is helpful to use when the first page of your job is different from the rest. For example, you may want the first page of your print job on letterhead, or you may want to print an envelope first. 1 Center the paper guides to the approximate size of the sheet you want to use. Insert one sheet of paper into the single-sheet input slot. Readjust the paper guides to center the sheet.
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Printing on letterhead and envelopes
1 If you print one sheet of letterhead followed by regular sheets of paper, place a sheet of letterhead into the (A) single-sheet input slot and regular sheets of paper into the (B) paper input bin. If you print several sheets of letterhead in succession, fill the paper input bin (B) with the letterhead. Insert the letterhead with the print side forward and the top side down.
If you are printing only one piece of letterhead, use the single-sheet input slot. Note If youre having printing problems on embossed or pre-printed paper, make sure the paper meets HP paper specifications, see appendix C.
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If you print one envelope followed by regular sheets of paper, place the envelope into the (A) single-sheet input slot and regular sheets of paper into the (B) paper input bin. If you are printing several envelopes in succession, fill the paper input bin (B) with up to 10 envelopes. The number of envelopes depends on envelope construction and the operating environment. If you are printing only one envelope, use the single-sheet input slot. Insert the envelopes print side forward as shown. Set the paper path lever to the lower position to reduce wrinkling and curling.
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Your printer capabilities include duplex printing, pausing between pages, and stopping a print job. You can also reset your printer if necessary.
Printing on both sides (duplexing)
When you print on both sides of a sheet, you may notice a difference in the way the printer performs. When printing on the second side of the sheet, you may experience some difficulties, such as getting the sheet to feed into the printer or multiple feeds. In addition, the print quality may be different on the second side of the sheet. To minimize these problems, you will want to use paper meeting HP paper specifications in appendix C. 1 Print the first side of the sheet as you normally would. Some software programs include options that are useful when duplex printing, such as printing just the odd pages or the even pages." Consult your software user manual. Allow the sheet to cool and flatten before printing on the second side to get the best possible print quality. Print the second side by placing the sheet back into the paper input bin or the single-sheet input slot. Make sure the side that has already been printed is facing the back of the printer and the top edge of the paper is down, as illustrated below.
Additional tips for custom sizes
Do not print on media smaller than 76.2 mm (3 in) wide or 127 mm (5 in) tall. Set margins of at least 6.4 mm (.25 in) in your software. Always insert media lengthwise (vertically) into the printer. If you want to print in landscape mode, make this selection through your software.
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Additional tips for transparencies
To prevent transparency curl, remove the transparency as it comes out of the printer and set it on a flat surface to cool. WARNING! Use only transparencies specified for HP LaserJet printers.
Additional tips for printing labels
Do not use labels that are separating from the backing sheet or that are wrinkled or damaged in any way. Do not use any sheet of labels that has spaces in it where some of the labels have been removed. Do not feed a sheet of labels through your printer more than once.
Use only labels specified for HP LaserJet printers.
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Managing toner cartridge
It is recommended that you use HP LaserJet toner cartridge. HP has designed the printer, toner cartridge, and toner formula to work together to give you optimal image quality from your printer. To order an HP LaserJet toner cartridge, see appendix A. You can expect a toner cartridge to print approximately 2,500 pages when you are printing typical business letters with text covering about 5% of the page. A page containing graphics uses more toner and shortens the life of the cartridge.
Extending toner life through EconoMode
An excellent way to extend the life of your toner cartridge is by using EconoMode. EconoMode uses approximately 50% less toner than normal printing. The printed image is much lighter, but is adequate for printing drafts or proofs. You can set the EconoMode option through your software (see to Help for more information). Note When printing a best-quality document, you must deselect the EconoMode check box.
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Extending toner life by redistributing toner
Areas of faded print are often an indicator that the toner cartridge is near the end of its toner life. You can temporarily reestablish print quality by redistributing the remaining toner in the cartridge. (This is typically successful only one time.) To redistribute toner Open the printer door and remove the toner cartridge. Hold the toner cartridge by the handle and pull it toward you so that it slides out of the plastic grooves. (Remember to protect the cartridge from light.) Briskly roll the toner cartridge back and forth to redistribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge. Reinsert the toner cartridge and close the door.
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Solving common problem
This chapter helps you solve common problems you may experience while using your printer. If you cannot resolve a problem, contact the HP Customer Care Center for assistance. Phone numbers are listed on the support pages at the front of this manual.
Clearing paper jams 43
After removing all sheets and fragments of paper, replace the toner cartridge and close the printer door.
Your printer will automatically resume printing.
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Paper will not feed
1 If your paper does not feed into the printer, briefly press and release the control panel button. The printer will again attempt to feed the media. If this is unsuccessful, try the following procedure: 1 Remove the paper from the input bin, realign the paper, and reload it into the printer.
2 Note Be sure to center paper with the paper guides. Also, verify that the guides are not adjusted too tightly or too loosely against the media. 3 Open the printer door. Remove the toner cartridge, making sure you protect it from bright light, and check for a paper jam. Replace the toner cartridge and close the door.
The printer will automatically resume printing. 4
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Cleaning your printer
1 To prevent excessive wear and preserve print quality, keep the printer free of excessive dust and debris. Note If there are excessive amounts of toner inside your printer, your toner cartridge may be defective. It is recommended that you use HP LaserJet toner cartridges to ensure high quality printing and to reduce incidents of excessive toner in your printer.
WARNING! Before cleaning your printer, disconnect it from the power source.
CAUTION Using ammonia-based cleaners on or around the printer can cause damage to the printer. Also, do not touch the black sponge roller inside the printer. doing so can reduce the print quality. 1 Clean the outside of the printer with a slightly damp, lint-free cloth (use only water). Clean the inside of the printer with a dry, lint-free cloth. Remove all dust, spilled toner, and particles of paper.
Note If toner gets on your clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash clothing in cold water. Hot water sets toner into the fabric.
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Solving printer problems
Use the following table to help pinpoint and solve printer problems. Symptom
The printer is not responding after print is selected in the software.
The printer is paused.
Resume printing from the Print Manager. Press and release the control panel button.
The printer is in Manual Feed mode (data light blinking).
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Solving print quality problems
Use the following table to help pinpoint and solve print quality problems. Problem Cause(s) Solution(s)
See chapter 3, Managing toner cartridges." Try using different paper. See appendix C.
Print is faded or you notice a The toner cartridge may be block of vertically aligned white getting low on toner. streaks. The paper you are using may not meet HPs paper specifications (for example, it may be too moist or too rough). EconoMode may be on.
Turn EconoMode off through your software. See information in chapter 3, page 38. Use an HP cartridge.
Cartridge running out of toner.
Product defect (non-HP cartridge). Transfer roller contamination.
Clean printer or call a service technician.
Stains or smudges appear as small, round, black dots on the front or back of a page. Sometimes inconsistent stains appear.
The paper you are using may Try using different paper. See appendix C. not meet HPs paper specifications (for example, it may be too moist or too rough). You may be printing on the wrong side of the paper. Remove the paper from the paper input bin and turn it over. (The wrapper on many reams of paper has an arrow indicating the print side.)
The printer may need cleaning. See Cleaning your printer in this chapter. The toner cartridge may be damaged. Replace toner cartridge if maintenance procedures do not improve print quality. See chapter 3, Managing toner cartridges.
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Replace cartridge if maintenance procedures do not improve print quality. See chapter 3, Managing toner cartridges.
Vertically-aligned black streaks The toner cartridge may be or smears appear on damaged. successive pages.
The printer may need cleaning. See Cleaning your printer in this chapter.
Horizontally aligned black streaks or smears appear.
The toner cartridge may not be Remove the cartridge and installed properly. reinsert it. See chapter 1, Installing the toner cartridge for installation information. The toner cartridge may be defective and need replacing. The toner cartridge may still be under warranty. See HP LaserJet toner cartridge warranty in appendix A. See the support pages at the front of this manual for support options. See Cleaning your printer in this chapter. Try using different transparencies.
Page length and margins are not set correctly for the paper size.
If you are printing on small paper and your page is blank, try printing on larger paper to see where the image is printing. Adjust the margins accordingly.
Some sharing devices or Contact your Network networks may generate a blank Administrator. page as a separator. Your printer may be feeding two or more sheets of paper at a time because the paper is difficult to separate. Remove the paper from the paper input bin and align the edges of the paper. Break the ream of paper by curving it into an upside-down ushape; this may effectively decrease multi-feeds. You can also try turning the paper around to feed the opposite end first.
Your software application may Check your softwares be sending an extra page-eject printing configuration command. information. If you are using a word-processing program, check for a natural page break and a forced page break that are close to each other. Blank Pages (All Pages) The toner cartridge may be improperly installed. Make sure you removed the entire length of the sealing tape from the toner cartridge before you installed it. See Installing the toner cartridge in chapter 1. Replace the toner cartridge. See appendix A. Try printing a self-test page as described earlier in this chapter. If the page is still blank, the printer may need service. See the support pages at the front of this manual for support options.
The toner cartridge may be completely out of toner. The printer may need to be serviced.
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Print is misaligned on the page The paper input bin may be too Try removing some of the (Skewed Pages) full. paper. The paper guides may not be adjusted properly. Be sure to center the paper with the paper guides. Also, verify that the guides are not adjusted too tightly or too loosely against the paper.
Paper may be misfeeding due Try using different paper. to the papers weight or See appendix C. because the surface finish may not meet HPs specifications.
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Solving software problems
If you are having installation problems, check the following table. Also, you can refer to Help by selecting Help on your menu bar. Installation Tips Symptoms Solution(s)
Window message during installation reads: File Quit all software. in Use. Remove all software from the Startup group and then restart Windows. Reinstall the software. Cannot install the software. Try the Alternative installation as described in chapter 1. Bidirectional communication has not been The cable is not bidirectional. Use only a established during installation. high-quality IEEE-1284 compliant parallel cable. The cable is loose, or not directly connected. In Windows 3.1x, open the Control Panel and Printers. Double-click the HP LaserJet 6L Pro printer, and then click Connect. Be sure that the correct port has been selected and that the Fast Printing Direct to Port check box is selected. Note: If any of the above apply, click Skip and continue installation. Your computer cannot read the installation CD. Check for the proper CD drive. Check the CD for damage. Copy CD to the hard drive; then install from your hard drive.
Proper storage of envelopes helps contribute to good print quality. Envelopes should be stored flat. If air is trapped in an envelope, creating an air bubble, the envelope may wrinkle during printing.
Card stock and heavy media
Many types of card stock can be printed from the paper input tray, including index cards and postcards. Some card stock performs better than others because its construction is better suited for feeding through a laser printer. For optimum printer performance, do not use paper heavier than 163g/m2 (43 lb). Paper that is too heavy might cause misfeeds, stacking problems, paper jams, poor toner fusing, poor print quality, or excessive mechanical wear. Note Printing on heavier paper may be possible if the tray is not filled to capacity, and paper with a smoothness rating of 100-180 Sheffield is used.
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Card stock construction
Smoothness: 135-163 g/m2 (36-43 lb) card stock should have a smoothness rating of 100-180 Sheffield. 60-135 g/m2 (16-36 lb) card stock should have a smoothness rating of 100-250 Sheffield. Construction: Card stock should lie flat with less than 5 mm (0.2 in) of curl. Condition: Make sure card stock is not wrinkled, nicked, or otherwise damaged. Sizes: Use only card stock within the following size ranges: Minimum: 76 by 127 mm (3 by 5 in) Maximum: 216 by 356 mm (8.5 by 14 in).
Card stock guidelines
If cards curl or jam, print using the heavy media output slot. Set margins at least 2 mm (0.08 inch) away from the edges of the paper.
To order additional guidelines
HP LaserJet Printer Family Paper Specification Guide (English-only document) 5963-7863 (May 2000 ed.).
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aborting print jobs 35 adapters, cautions for 12 adding paper 14 agreement, software license 65 alignment, print 57 alternative installation 17 attaching labels 13 authorized service providers 64 power cord 11 control panel 23 curling, preventing paper 34, 55 transparencies 37 custom paper sizes 36 customer support HP Customer Care Centers 41 HP Repair Services 64 HP Sales and Service Offices 67
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Kick Plate removal.102 Kick Plate Spring replacement.103 Separation Pad removal.104 Subpad removal.105 Feed Assembly removal (1 of 3).106 Feed Assembly removal (2 of 3).107 Feed Assembly removal (3 of 3).108 Memory Door Guide removal.109 Motor removal.110 DC Controller removal (1 of 3).111 DC Controller removal (2 of 3).112 DC Controller removal (3 of 3).113 Formatter Board removal.114 Paper path and components.118 DC Controller PCA components.119 Heating element resistance check.124 Engine test.133 Toner cartridge high-voltage connection points (1 of 2).135 Toner cartridge high-voltage connection points (2 of 2).136 Overriding PS204 and SW101.138 Repetitive image defect ruler.139 Main wiring diagram.140 Major assembly locations.147 Covers and doors.148 Internal components (1 of 3).150 Internal components (2 of 3).152 Internal components (3 of 3).154 DC Controller/formatter and cables.156 Pickup Roller assembly.158 Feed assembly.160 Separation Guide assembly.162 Delivery assembly.164 VCCI statement (Japan).180
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Table 1-1 Table 1-2 Table 1-3 Table 1-4 Table 1-5 Table 1-6 Table 2-1 Table 2-2 Table 3-1 Table 3-2 Table 4-1 Table 4-2 Table 5-1 Table 5-2 Table 7-1 Table 7-2 Table 7-3 Table 7-3 Table 7-3 Table 7-4 Table 7-5 Table 7-6 Table 8-1 Table 8-2 Table 8-3 Table 8-4 Table 8-5 Table 8-6 Table 8-7 Table 8-8 Table 8-9 Table 8-10 Table 8-11 Table A-1 Table A-2 Printer Features.14 Printer Features.14 Performance specifications.18 Electrical specifications.18 Acoustic emissions.18 Related documentation.22 Environmental requirements.32 Printer dimensions.33 Indicator Lights.38 Control Panel Button usage.40 Life expectancy of consumables.48 Cleaning printer components.51 Solenoid and sensors.64 Printer timing.66 Printer status messages.121 Unclearable error.122 Service and error messages.123 Service and error messages (Continued 2 of 3).124 Service and error messages (Continued 3of 3).125 High-voltage power supply check.135 Paper curl troubleshooting.137 Cable pinouts.141 Accessories and supplies.145 Common fasteners used in the printer.146 Covers and doors.149 Internal components.151 Internal components (2 of 3).153 Internal components (3 of 3).155 DC Controller case.157 Pickup Roller assembly.159 Feed assembly.161 Separation Guide assembly.163 Delivery assembly.165 Alphabetical parts list.167 Numerical parts list.172
Hardware service during the warranty period
If your hardware should fail during the warranty period, HP offers the following support options:
HP Authorized Service Provider: You can return your printer to a local authorized service dealer. HP Repair Services: You can return your printer to an HP repair office.
When sending equipment, we recommend insuring the equipment for shipment. Also include a copy of your proof of purchase. CAUTION Shipping damage as a result of inadequate packaging is the customers responsibility. Use the original packing materials whenever possible.
Hardware service after the warranty period
If your hardware fails after the warranty period, contact an authorized Hewlett-Packard Dealer Repair Center or a designated Hewlett-Packard Repair Center. If you have a Hewlett-Packard Maintenance Agreement, request service under your agreement.
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HP LaserJet Toner Cartridge warranty
HP LaserJet Toner Cartridges are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship until the HP toner is depleted. You know your HP toner is depleted when you begin to see faded or light type on your printed page. The warranty, extended for the life of the cartridge, covers any defects or malfunctions in your new Hewlett-Packard Toner Cartridge. HP will, at HPs option, either replace products which prove to be defective or refund your purchase price. In the event the cartridge proves to be defective, attach a printout sample illustrating what the defective cartridge is printing and return to the place of purchase. IN NO EVENT SHALL HEWLETTPACKARD COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OR LOST PROFITS FROM ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE.
HP LaserJet printers are manufactured to different specifications for different countries. Because of these differences, HP does not recommend transporting products sold within one country to another country. In addition to the 115-220 voltage environment concerns, the country of final destination may have different import and export restrictions, power frequencies, and regulatory requirements. Note The HP LaserJet family printers must be serviced by an authorized repair depot or reseller within the country where the printer was originally purchased. Because of the different specifications and warranty coverage limitations, Hewlett-Packard does not offer a conversion, or support the conversion, of HP LaserJet family printers. We advise those customers planning to transport equipment to different countries to purchase the products in the country of final destination.
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Site requirements. 32 Operating environment. 32 Printer space requirements. 33 The HP C3906A/F Toner Cartridge. 34 Storage conditions. 34 Storing opened toner cartridges. 34 Toner cartridge handling suggestions. 35
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The environmental requirements listed in the table below must be maintained to ensure the proper operation of this printer. Table 2-1 Environmental requirements Operating
50 to 90.5 F (10 to 32.5 C) 20 to 80% RH (with no condensation)
LaserJet 5L/6L/6L Pro & Cartridge
32 to 104 F (0 to 40 C) 10 to 80% RH (with no condensation)
Consider the following points before installing the printer:
Install in a well-ventilated, dust-free area. Install on a hard, flat and continuous surface, with all four printer feet level. Do not install on carpet or other soft surfaces. Ensure adequate power is supplied. Printer power requirements are listed under Specifications in Chapter 1. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) should not be used with this printer. Install away from direct sunlight, open flames, or ammonia fumes. If the printer is placed near a window, make sure the window has a curtain or blind to block any direct sunlight. Install with enough space around the printer for proper access and ventilation. (See Figure 2-1.) Install printer away from the direct flow of exhaust from air ventilation systems.
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Printer space requirements
Legal (paper guide not present on HP LaserJet 6L Pro) A4 Letter 445.3 mm
311.2 mm Figure 2-1 Printer space requirements
Printer dimensions Dimension
335.5 mm (13.2 inches) 311.2 mm (12.3 inches) 227.5 mm (8.9 inches) 372.7 mm (14.6 inches)1 7.2 kg (15.9 pounds) 0.7 kg (1.5 pounds)
Width Depth Height (storage) (operational) Weight (with toner cartridge) Toner Cartridge
Error Light is blinking
The page may have too much data or may be too complex for the printers memory capacity.
Press and release the Control Panel Button to continue printing. There may be some data loss on the page. Hint: To avoid this in the future: 1. See your printer driver help for more suggestions regarding printer memory usage. 2. Reduce resolution to 300 dpi with your software. 3. Install additional printer memory. (See Chapter 6 for information on installing additional memory.)
All lights remain Printer is indicating either on an internal problem or a fatal error.
1. If you have added an additional memory card, try removing it. 2. Disconnect the power for 10 seconds, then reconnect it. 3. If all of the lights come on steadily again, try disconnecting the power for 15 minutes. If this error remains after completing the tasks above, see Chapter 7, Troubleshooting.
All lights are blinking
Printer is initializing or resetting (6L Pro) Memory card may be slower than 70 nsec (5L/6L)
No action is necessary. See Chapter 7, Troubleshooting.
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The Control Panel Button
Depending on what state the printer is in, pressing the Control Panel Button allows you to control printing tasks by either starting or resuming a printer function. Use the Control Panel Button to accomplish the following tasks: Table 3-2 Function
Wake Up Self Test Printer Reset
Control Panel Button usage Lights
All lights are off while plugged into power source Ready (bottom) Light is on and the other lights are off.
Briefly push and release the The printer will wake up to a button. ready state. Briefly push and release the Prints a self-test page. button. The reset will return the printer to the factory default settings. This clears all data from memory, including any downloaded fonts and macros.
The Ready (bottom) Light Press and hold the button will remain lit, if there are no until the three Front Panel printer errors. Lights blink quickly in succession.
Resume (from Manual The Data (middle) Light Feed) blinks. Continue (from memory error) Form Feed Error (top) Light blinks.
Briefly push and release the Override manual feed to button. print from paper cassette. Briefly push and release the Allows the printer to recover button. and continue printing the job.
Paper feed system
Both the Paper Input Tray and the Single Sheet Input Slot merge into one, main input area. Paper placed in either of these areas enables the Paper Out Sensor (sensor 202), which informs the DC Controller that paper is present. When the printer receives a print job and is ready to print, the DC Controller enables the Laser/ Scanner Assembly and the Motor. Paper motion begins when the DC Controller energizes solenoid SL1. This causes the paper pick up roller to rotate once. Two actions occur as a result of this rotation. First, the paper kick plate pushes the paper against the pick-up roller. Second, the pick-up roller grabs the top sheet and advances it to the Feed Assembly drive rollers. To ensure that only one sheet is fed, a main separation pad, along with two subpads, hold the remainder of the stack in place. The feed assembly drive rollers advance the paper to the Paper Registration photosensor (PS203). This sensor informs the DC Controller of the exact location of the papers leading edge, so that the image being written on the photosensitive drum can be precisely positioned on the page. The feed assembly drive rollers then advance the paper to the transfer area where the toner image on the photosensitive drum is transferred to paper. After the image is transferred, the paper enters the fusing assembly where heat from the fuser and pressure from the Pressure Roller permanently bond the toner image to paper. The Paper Exit Sensor (PS201) determines that paper has successfully moved out of the fusing area. The fusing assembly exit rollers deliver paper to either the Output Paper Bin or the Front Output slot, depending upon the position of the Face-up/Face-down lever. Figure 5-5 shows a simplified paper path and the locations of the photosensors and rollers.
Manual Input Slot Paper Output Bin Toner Cartridge
Paper Input Bin
Paper Out Sensor (PS202) Delivery Roller #1 Pick-up Roller Front Output Slot Paper Registration Sensor (PS203)
Paper Exit Sensor (PS201) Heating Element Pressure Roller Transfer Roller
Power-On Jams. Paper is present under either PS201 or PS203 at power-on. Pickup Jams. Paper does not reach and clear photosensor PS203 within a specified period of time. The time period begins when the Paper Pickup Solenoid (SL1) is energized. Delay Jams. Paper does not reach or clear a specific photosensor within a specified period of time.
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Basic sequence of operation
The Formatter PCA and the DC Controller PCA share information during printer operation. The DC Controller-to-Formatter Connector (J201) forms a link that operates as a serial data bus. This allows printer status, command information, and dot-image data to be passed between the two PCAs. Figure 5-7 shows the general timing of the printer events. The following events take place during normal printer operation:
Table 5-2 Period
Printer timing Timing Purpose
From when the paper is inserted to the end Clear the drum surface potential and clean of Main Motor initial rotation. the Transfer Roller. From the end of the WAIT or the LSTR Maintain the printer in ready state. period until the input of the PRNT signal from the Formatter. Or from the end of the LSTR period until power OFF.
INTR (initial rotation) From the input of the PRNT signal from the Stabilize the photosensitive drum Formatter until the laser diode intensity has sensitivity in preparation for printing. Also been stabilized. clean the Transfer Roller. PRNT From the end of initial rotation until the Scanner Motor stops. From the primary voltage (DC) OFF until the Main Motor stops. If another PRNT signal is sent from the Formatter, the printer returns to the INTR period. If not, it returns to the STBY period. Refer to the Timing Diagrams on the following pages. Form images on the photosensitive drum based on the /VDO signal from the Formatter and transfer the image to paper. Deliver the last sheet of paper. Also clean the Transfer Roller.
LSTR (last rotation)
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General timing diagram - HP LaserJet 5L
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General timing diagram - HP LaserJet 6L and HP LaserJet 6L ProSL EN
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Removal and replacement
Removal and replacement strategy. 70 Required tools. 71 Installing memory cards (DRAM). 72 Covers and doors. 73 Back Cover. 73 EP Door Assembly. 75 Memory Door. 76 Main Cover and Paper Input Assembly. 77 Internal assemblies. 78 Control Panel. 78 Exit Roller Assembly. 79 Delivery Assembly. 80 Fuser Pressure Plate. 82 Heating Element. 84 Pressure Roller. 87 Face-Up/Face-Down Lever. 88 Fuser Exit Roller Assembly. 89 Paper Exit Sensor Flag. 90 Top assemblies. 91 Laser/Scanner Assembly. 91 Solenoid. 92 Pickup Roller Assembly. 94 Paper Feed Frame. 97 Transfer Roller Guide and Transfer Roller. 101 Kick Plate. 102 Separation Pad. 104 Subpads. 105 Feed Assembly. 106 Bottom assemblies. 109 Memory Door Guide. 109 Motor. 110 DC Controller. 111 Formatter PCA. 114
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7 Remove the Printer Covers. Disconnect the motor connector from the motor (Figure 6-39, callout 1). Disconnect the Solenoid connector from the DC Controller (Figure 6-22, callout 1). Remove the back sheet metal plate and disconnect the PS202/PS204 connector (Figure 6-29). Remove the AC Cable cover and disconnect the AC Cable from the DC Controller (Figures 6-13 and 6-14). Tip the printer on its top, with the front facing you. Remove the (4) screws (Figure 6-40, callout 1). On some models, one of the screws is a grounding screw. The location of the grounding screw is marked by a star etched into the bottom of the DC Controller.
If the model being serviced has a grounding screw with a washer, make sure that the grounding screw is replaced in the same location when reinstalling the DC Controller.
DC Controller removal (1 of 3)
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Lift the bottom plate, rotating the plate toward you from the back as if hinged on the front. Release the Fusing Assembly connector (J206) (Figure 6-41, callout 1).
DC Controller removal (2 of 3) 9 Remove the (7) remaining connectors (Figure 6-42, callout 1).
Some wiring connections on the HP LaserJet 6L Pro are soldered. Check each connection before you try to disconnect it to prevent breaking any soldered connections. 10 Remove the screws (5) that secure the DC Controller to the metal case (Figure 6-42, callout 2).
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DC Controller removal (3 of 3) 11 Remove the DC Controller by lifting gently on the side opposite the formatter, then sliding it out.
Be careful not to rotate the DC Controller as you remove it. When ordering, the DC Controller does not come with any connectors. Use the current connectors or refer to the connector chart in Chapter 8 for ordering information.
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This error will persist if any of the three paper movement photosensors (PS201, PS202, and PS203) and/or their flags are not functional. 1. Verify that all three photosensor flags are not blocked and move freely. (See Figure 7-1 to identify photosensor flag locations.)
Paper Out Flag (PS202) (See Figure 5-6.) Paper Registration Flag (PS203) (See Figure 5-6.) Exit Sensor Flag (PS201) (See Figure 6-18.)
2. Verify that all connectors are firmly seated. (See Figure 7-2 to identify connector locations on the DC controller.)
Door closed/EP Cartridge Photosensor connector (5L only) Paper-Out and Registration Photosensor Connector (See Figure 5-6.)
Note: There is no connector for the Exit Photosensor (PS201) since it is located on the DC Controller PCA. This flag is located beneath the Fusing Assembly. (Refer to Figure 6-18.) If all of the flags move freely and all of the connectors are correctly seated, yet the error persists, replace the DC Controller PCA.
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Service and error messages
Service errors prevent further printer operation until some action is taken. When there is a service error, all of the lights will turn on in a steady state. Press and hold the Control Panel Button to see a pattern in the lights. (The error will only be displayed as long as this button is pressed.) Use Table 7-4, Service and Error Messages, to identify what type of service error has occurred.
ROM/RAM Error. An error was found with the ROM or RAM. The printer believes that the ROM is corrupted or an error has been found in the RAM. 1. Power-cycle the printer by unplugging the printer and plugging it back in. If this doesnt clear the error: 2. Unplug the printer, remove any optional memory, then power the printer back on. If the message clears, replace the memory card. 3. Replace the Formatter PCA. Fuser Error. This indicates a fusing 1. Unplug the printer for 10 minutes assembly malfunction. or more. Note: Chronic fuser failures or fuser overheating or both are indicators of an uninterruptible power supply or battery backup being used with the printer. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) should not be used with the printer. 2. Verify that the fuser connector is firmly seated in J102 of the DC Controller PCA and that the thermistor connector (left of fusing assembly) is seated into both the printer chassis and J206 of the DC Controller PCA. 3. Remove the connector from J102 of the DC Controller (See Figure 614). Measure the resistance between pins one and two of the cable. (This procedure will measure the continuity of the ceramic heating element.) Normal resistance is 30 ohms +/- 10 ohms. If no resistance is measured, replace the heating element. 4. Remove the thermistor (temperature feedback) connector (See Figure 7-3). Measure the resistance between pins one and two. Normal resistance is 440K ohms +/- 30K at 20 degrees C. If the resistance is not measured replace the heating element 5. If the resistance readings are correct, yet the error persists, replace the DC Controller.
J208 pin 1 J208 pin 2 J208 pin 3 J208 pin 4 J208 pin 5 J208 pin 6
+5 V APCSH /LON FG /VDOUT BDI Laser Drive Signal Beam Detect Input Signal APC sample hold Laser Enable
J209 pin 1 J209 pin 2 J209 pin 2
+5 V GND DOSNS H when cartridge is not installed or the front door is open at PS204
J305 pin 1 J305 pin 2 J305 pin 3
+12A V N/U +12 V
J206 pin 1 J206 pin 2
Fusing temperature feedback
J102 pin 1 J102 pin 2
Fusing assembly drive voltage Fusing assembly drive voltage
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Parts and diagrams
How to use the part lists and diagrams. 144 Ordering parts. 144 Ordering consumables. 144 Accessories and supplies. 145 Common hardware. 146 Parts diagrams. 147
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How to use the part lists and diagrams
The Figures in this chapter illustrate the major subassemblies in the printer and their component parts. A table (material list) follows each exploded assembly diagram. Each table lists the reference designator (item number) for each part, the associated part number for the item, the quantity, and a description of the part. While looking for a part number, pay careful attention to the voltage listed in the description column to ensure that the part number selected is for the correct model of printer.
All standard part numbers listed are stocked and may be ordered from HPs Commercial Service and Support Organization-Americas (CSSO-A), or Commercial Service and Support OrganizationEurope (CSSO-E). Hewlett-Packard Co. Commercial Service and Support Organization 8050 Foothills Blvd. Roseville, CA 95678 Parts Direct Ordering 1-800-227-8164 (U.S. Only) Hewlett-Packard Co. Commercial Service and Support Organization- Europe Wolf-Hirth Strasse 33 D-7030 Bblingen, Germany (49 7031) 14-2253
You can also contact HP at 916-783-0804 to find out part numbers for the LaserJet 5L, 6L and 6L Pro. Contact your local HP Parts Coordinator for other local phone numbers.
Consumables and accessories such as those listed on Table 8- may be ordered from HewlettPackard. The phone numbers are: U.S.: 1 (800) 538-8787 Canada: 1 (800) 387-3154 Toronto (516) 671-8383 United Kingdom: 0734-441212 Germany: 0130-3322
Contact your local HP Parts Coordinator for other local phone numbers. Note Parts that have no reference designator or part number are not field replacement parts and cannot be ordered through CSSO.
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Accessories and supplies
Note Refer to Related Documentation in Chapter 1 for documentation and training media product numbers. Table 8-1 Item
Toner cartridge Memory upgrades
Accessories and supplies Product number
C3906A 1 MByte - C3939A 2 MByte - C3938A 4 MByte - C3148A C2950A C2951A
Replacement toner cartridge. You can upgrade to a total of 9 MB of memory in the HP LaserJet 5L/6L. You cannot upgrade the memory in the HP LaserJet 6L Pro. 2 meter, A to B 3 meter, A to B
Parallel cable (IEEE 1284)
You can upgrade the HP LaserJet 5L and 6L printers to a total of 9 MB of memory with an 8 Mbyte JEDIA memory module (not currently available from HP).
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Table 8-2 Example Common fasteners used in the printer Description
Screw, Machine, Trus Head M3x4, M3x6, M3x8
Screw, Star, 3x6
Screw, Self-tap, 4x10
Screw, Hex-head, 3x8
Screw, Hexhead, 3x6,m 3x8, 3x10
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Pick-up Assembly (Figure 8-7)
Pick-up Roller Assembly (Figure 8-7)
DC Controller (Figure 8-6)
Transfer Roller Guide Assembly (Figure 8-5)
Feed Assembly (Figure 8-8)
Delivery Assembly (Figure 8-10)
Control Panel PCA Assembly (Figure 8-5)
Separation Guide Assembly (Figure 8-9)
Major assembly locations
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Not present on the HP LaserJet 6L Pro
Figure 8-2 Covers and doors
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Table 8-3 Ref
4A 8B 502
Covers and doors LaserJet 6L part number
RB2-1637-000CN RB2-1638-000CN RB2-1636-000CN RG5-3443-000CN RB2-1644-000CN RB2-1696-000CN RB2-1696-000CN RB2-1696-000CN RF5-2352-000CN RB2-1641-000CN RG5-3488-000CN RG5-3491-000CN XA9-0724-000CN RB2-1639-000CN n/a XB4-7401-007CN XA9-0267-000CN
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Table 8-5 Ref
Internal components (2 of 3) LaserJet 6L part number
RB1-7109-000CN n/a RB1-7247-000CN RB1-7344-000CN RF5-1509-000CN RB1-7343-000CN RB1-7130-000CN RB1-7234-000CN RB1-7302-000CN XA9-0724-000CN XA9-0855-000CN RB1-7176-000CN RB1-7305-000CN RB1-7307-000CN XB4-7401-007CN XB1-1300-807CN
n/a RB2-6226-000CN RB1-7247-000CN RB1-7344-000CN RF5-6222-000CN n/a RB1-7130-000CN RB1-7234-000CN RB1-7302-000CN XA9-0724-000CN XA9-0855-000CN RB1-7176-000CN RB1-7305-000CN RB1-7307-000CN XB4-7401-007CN XB1-1300-807CN
Memory Door Guide Guide Sheet Fuser Paper Guide AC Cable Cover Back Sheet Metal Control Panel Cable Guide Fuser Cable Guide Cap Cap Screw, RS, M3x8 Screw, RS, M3x8 (with star washer) Mylar Guide I/O Sheet Metal Foot Screw, Tapping, Panhead, M4x10 Screw, PH, M3x8
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A 19 18
See Figure 8-9
3 B 17
Internal components (3 of 3)
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Table 8-6 Ref
Internal components (3 of 3) LaserJet 6L part number
RB1-7223-000CN RB1-7246-000CN RB1-7341-000CN RF5-2362-000CN RF5-1517-000CN RF5-2358-000CN RF5-1534-000CN RB1-7129-000CN RF5-1515-000CN RF5-1514-000CN RS5-0796-000CN RB1-7256-000CN RB1-7255-000CN RF5-1533-000CN VS1-5057-002CN RG5-3459-000CN RG5-3463-000CN XA9-0824-000CN RB1-7293-000CN RB1-7294-000CN XA9-0724-000CN XA9-0686-000CN RG5-2028-000CN RG5-3452-000CN RS5-2508-000CN CK-8006
RB1-7223-000CN RB1-7246-000CN RB1-7341-000CN RF5-1516-000CN RF5-1517-000CN RF5-1530-000CN RF5-1534-000CN RB1-7129-000CN RF5-1515-000CN RF5-1514-000CN RS5-0796-000CN RB1-7256-000CN RB1-7255-000CN RF5-1533-000CN VS1-5057-002CN RG5-1964-000CN RG5-1965-000CN XA9-0824-000CN RB1-7293-000CN RB1-7294-000CN XA9-0724-000CN XA9-0686-000CN RG5-2028-000CN RG5-1961-000CN RS5-2508-000CN CK-8006
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Not shown: grounding spring (6L Pro only).
See Figure 8-8
Pickup Roller assembly
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Table 8-8 Ref
Pickup Roller assembly LaserJet 6L part number
RB1-7177-000CN RY7-5077-000CN RY7-5009-000CN RG5-3486-040CN RB1-7184-000CN RB1-7197-000CN RB1-7199-000CN RG5-1947-000CN RH7-5139-000CN RS5-2501-000CN RB1-7185-000CN RB1-7186-000CN RF5-2372-000CN n/a XB4-7401-0007
RB1-7177-000CN RY7-5077-000CN RY7-5009-000CN RG5-1951-040CN RB1-7184-000CN RB1-7197-000CN RB1-7199-000CN RG5-1947-000CN RH7-5139-000CN RS5-2501-000CN RB1-7185-000CN RB1-7186-000CN RF5-1490-000CN n/a XB4-7401-0007
RB1-7177-000CN RY7-5077-000CN RY7-5009-000CN RG5-5483-000CN RB1-7184-000CN RB1-7197-000CN RB1-7199-000CN RG5-1947-000CN RH7-5265-000CN RS5-2501-000CN RB1-7185-000CN RB1-7186-000CN RF5-2372-000CN RB1-7172-000CN XB4-7401-0007
2 Paper Feed Frame Separation Pad Kit Input Sensor Assembly Pickup Roller Assembly Pickup Roller Bushing Clutch Back Grounding Clip Idler Roller Shaft Assembly Solenoid Kick Plate Spring Left Leg Right Leg Paper Kick Plate Grounding Spring Screw, TP, PH, M4x10
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Paper pick-up sensor cable (see Table 8-7)
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Table 8-9 Ref
Feed assembly LaserJet 6L part number
RG5-3485-000CN RB2-1699-000CN n/a
RG5-1942-000CN RB1-7226-000CN n/a
Feed Assembly Idler Roller Paper Pick-up Sensor Cable
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Separation Guide assembly
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Table 8-10 Ref
Separation Guide assembly LaserJet 6L part number
RG5-3475-000CN RG5-3476-000CN RB2-1690-000CN RF5-2368-000CN
RG5-2013-000CN RB1-7276-000CN RB1-7289-000CN RF5-1522-000CN
Separation Guide Assembly Face-Up/Face-Down Lever Fuser Roller Bushing Fuser Exit Roller Assembly
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Table 8-11 Ref
Delivery assembly LaserJet 6L part number
RG5-3474-000CN RB1-7284-000CN RB2-1685-000CN RB1-7286-000CN RB1-7287-000CN RG5-3479-000CN RG5-3478-000CN RB1-7334-000CN
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troubleshooting beam errors 124 connectors 122 control panel 116 curled pages 130, 137 drum 126 engine errors 124 errors 120, 121 flags, sensor 122 flowchart 116 formatter errors 125 fuser errors 123 image defects 126, 127 incompatible memory cards 121 memory errors 121 motor 116 paper 137 paper curl 130, 137 paper jams 121 paper out errors 121 paper path 138 persistent errors 122 power 116 processor errors 125 repetitive defects 128, 139 ROM/RAM errors 123 scanner errors 125 self test 44, 117 sensors 122 service errors 123 SleepMode 122 status messages 121 toner cartridges 126 unclearable errors 122 trus head screws 146 typefaces. See fonts
WAIT 66 waking printer 40 warranty post-warrant assistance 24 product 28 refilled toner cartridges 50 toner cartridges 29 waste toner, cleaning 62 watts, specifications 18 websites product information 23 weight printer 33 toner cartridge 33, 126 white areas, troubleshooting 128 white lines, troubleshooting horizontal 132 vertical 127, 128 white pages, troubleshooting 130 width, printer 33 wiring control panel 78 HP LaserJet 6L Pro 112 main diagram 140 worldwide customer care options 24 wrinkled pages, troubleshooting 130 writing stage 62
unclearable errors, troubleshooting 122 uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) 32, 123 unplugging before servicing 70 upgrading memory 145 Users Guides, ordering 22
vacuuming toner 52 VCCI statement 180 ventilation requirements 32 vertical lines, troubleshooting black 127 white 127, 128 VIDEO signals 58 voids, character 128 voltage AC power distribution 56 conversions, not supported 29 DC power distribution 57 electrical specifications 18 heating element, disconnecting 85 overvoltage protection 57 part numbers 144
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