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HP Laserjet 9050HP LaserJet 9050dn B/W Laser printer - 50 ppm - 1100 sheets

1200 dpi x 1200 dpi, Tabloid Extra (12 in x 18 in), Parallel, EN 10/100Base-TX

Get high-performance, high-volume, wide-format (A3) black and white printing in the HP LaserJet 9050 printer series. The versatile paper handling options and advanced networking capability allow you to streamline document production and centralize printing to boost productivity. The HP LaserJet 9050 printer series is truly built to meet the demands of large workgroups and departments.

 

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streinesc 9:18pm on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 
I have bought 5 from Newegg for my customers. I have not had one that was faulty. Great printer... very much of a workhorse None... Great price. None Product arrived dirty with marks, scratches and scuffs all over the printer. Toner cartridge is used and not properly secured for shipping. Would recommend spending the extra money for more paper capacity.
mrp 1:09am on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 
HP C8125A ABU Business Inkjet 2300 I now have 2 of these printers, Why, you may ask.
LazerBeak 4:18pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
HP LSERJET 2300D The printer was advertised as refurbished; it was extremely dirty and very worn but it works.
robert1234 8:01pm on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 
EXcellent Excellent I bought a Refurbished one from Santach EXCELLENT Service I had a question on installing it and they were vary helpful BEST servic... A real workhorse! I have been in several office environments with HP 2300 printers and those printers have always been very reliable.
tims-ooo 9:05am on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 
Excellent communications There were a few difficulties in receiving the full printer, however.
decaf 10:22am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 
Arrived in tip top shape. Took me all of about 15mins to setup and add to our W2K3 print server.
LordReaper 1:21am on Friday, July 23rd, 2010 
Good quality printing Ink tanks expire and must be replaced, regardless of how much ink remains in them.
tinnitus 2:30pm on Sunday, April 25th, 2010 
I have owned this printer for nearly two months, and having put it through its paces I can recommend this product without reservation.
gregors 9:15am on Friday, April 2nd, 2010 
A boat anchor! As little as I use this printer, it constantly screams for money - buy a printhead, buy a cartridge.

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Order the print cartridge.94 Replace the print cartridge.95 Recycling.95 Using the printer cleaning page.95

6 Problem solving

Overview.97 Clearing jams.98 Clearing jams from the input tray areas.99 Clearing jams from the duplex printing accessory (duplexer).103 Clearing jams from the output areas.105 To clear jams in the 8-bin mailbox.116 Solving repeated paper jams.117 Understanding printer messages.118 Resolving control-panel messages.119 Correcting output quality problems.128 Preventing wrinkles on envelopes.132 Solving common printer issues.133 Using the embedded Web server.142 Home pages.142 Device pages.143 Networking pages.143 Printing information pages.144 Checking the printer configuration.145 Menu map.145 Configuration page.146 Supplies status page.147 Usage page.148 PCL or PS font list.149 Jetdirect page.150 Event log page.151 Printing a paper path test.152
Appendix A Specifications
Overview.153 Paper specifications.156 Supported sizes of paper for input and output.157 Supported types of paper.160 Labels.161 Transparencies.161 Envelopes.161 Card stock and heavy paper.162 Environmental specifications.163 Electrical specifications.163 Acoustical specifications.164 Operating environment.164
Appendix B Control-panel menus
Overview.165 Retrieve job menu.166 Information menu.166 Paper handling menu.167 Configure device menu.168 Printing submenu.168 Print quality submenu.171 System setup submenu.173 ENWW v
I/O submenu. 175 Resets submenu. 179 Diagnostics menu. 180 Service menu. 180
Appendix C Printer memory and expansion
Overview. 181 Determining memory requirements. 182 Installing memory and fonts. 182 To install DDR memory DIMMs. 182 To install a flash memory card. 185 Checking memory installation. 188 Saving resources (permanent resources). 189 Installing EIO cards/mass storage. 189
Appendix D Regulatory information
Environmental product stewardship program. 191 Protecting the environment. 191 Ozone production. 191 Power consumption. 191 Toner consumption. 191 Paper use. 191 Plastics. 192 HP LaserJet printing supplies. 192 HP printing supplies returns and recycling program information. 192 Material restrictions. 192 Material safety data sheet. 193
Appendix E Using accessibility shortcut keys in the Help Viewer
Using F6 to switch between the Navigation and Topic Panes. 195 Shortcut keys for the Help Viewer. 195 Shortcut keys for the Contents tab. 196 Shortcut keys for the Index tab. 196 Shortcut keys for the Search tab. 196 Shortcut keys for the Favorites tab. 197

The printer has no data to print. The printer has data to print, but is not ready or is offline. The printer is processing or is printing the data. The printer is offline or has an error. The printer is ready to print. The printer is going offline; wait for the blinking to stop.
Using control-panel menus
For a complete list of control-panel items and possible values, see Control-panel menus. When additional trays or other accessories are installed in the printer, new menu items automatically appear.
To print a control-panel menu map
See Menu map for information about how to print a control-panel menu map.
To change a control-panel setting
5 Note Press or MENU to open the menus. Use or to scroll to the menu you want, and press to select it. Depending on the menu, you might have to repeat this step to select a submenu. Use or to scroll to the item you want, and press to select it.
Use or to scroll to the value you want, and press to select it. An asterisk ( * ) appears next to the selection on the control-panel display, indicating that it is now the default. Press MENU to exit the menu.
Settings in the printer driver and software override control-panel settings. (Software settings override printer driver settings.) If you cannot open a menu or use an item, it is either not an option for the printer, or your network administrator has locked the function. (The control panel reads ACCESS DENIED MENUS LOCKED.) See your network administrator.
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Paper-handling status LED interpretation
Use the following table to interpret the status LED on the optional 2,000-sheet input tray (optional Tray 4), optional 3,000-sheet stacker, optional 3,000-sheet stacker/stapler, optional multifunction finisher, and optional 8-bin mailbox.
Optional 2,000-sheet input tray (Tray 4)
Optional output device (3,000-sheet stacker, 3,000-sheet stacker/stapler, multifunction finisher, or 8-bin mailbox)
The accessory is on and ready.

Solid green

The accessory is on and ready. The accessory is in service mode. The accessory is experiencing a hardware malfunction. The accessory has a jam, or a page needs to be removed from the tray, even if the page is not jammed. The vertical transfer door might be open.

Blinking green

The accessory is in service mode.

Solid amber

The accessory is experiencing a hardware malfunction.

Blinking amber

The accessory has a jam, or a page needs to be removed from the unit, even if the page is not jammed. The accessory is not correctly attached to the printer.
The printer might be in Sleep mode. Press any button of your choice. The accessory is not receiving power.
Layout and basic operation of the control panel 17

Printer software

Included with the printer is a CD-ROM that contains the printing-system software. The software components and printer drivers on this CD-ROM help you to use the printer to its fullest potential. See the installation notes on the CD-ROM for installation instructions. Note For the latest information about the printing system software components, see the readme file on the Web at www.hp.com/support/lj9050_lj9040. For information about installing the printer software, see the install notes on the CD-ROM that was included with the printer. This section summarizes the software that is included on the CD-ROM. The printing system includes software for the following operating environments:

The icon on the desktop is generic. All of the specific print panels appear in the print dialog box in a program. To install printer drivers from Mac OS 10.1 and later Connect the network cable between the HP Jetdirect print server and a network port. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The CD-ROM menu runs automatically. If the CD-ROM menu does not run automatically, double-click the CD-ROM icon on the desktop, and then double-click the Installer icon. This icon is located in the Installer/<language> folder of the Starter CD-ROM (where <language> is your language preference). (For example, the Installer/English folder contains the Installer icon for the English printer software.) Printer software 25
Double-click the HP LaserJet Installers folder. Follow the instructions on the computer screen. Double-click the Installer icon for the appropriate language. On your computer hard drive, double-click Applications, double-click Utilities, and then double-click Print Center. Click Add Printer. Select the AppleTalk connection type on OS X 10.1 and the Rendezvous connection type on OS X 10.2. Select the printer name.
10 Click Add Printer. 11 Close the Print Center by clicking the close button in the upper-left corner. Note Macintosh computers cannot be connected directly to the printer by using a parallel port.
Installing the software after the parallel cable has been connected
If you have already connected a parallel cable to a Windows computer, the New Hardware Found Wizard appears when you turn on the computer. To allow the Wizard to search the CD and automatically install the printer software In the New Hardware Found dialog box, click Search CD-ROM drive. Click Next. Follow the instructions on the computer screen. Print a Test Page or a page from any software program to make sure that the software is correctly installed.
Uninstalling the software
This section explains how to uninstall the printing system software.
To remove software from Windows operating systems
Use the Uninstaller in the HP LaserJet 9040/9050/Tools program group to select and remove any or all of the Windows HP printing system components. 7 Click Start and then click Programs. Click HP LaserJet 9040 or HP LaserJet 9050, and then click Tools. Click Uninstaller. Click Next. Select the HP printing system components that you want to uninstall. Click OK. Follow the instructions on the computer screen to complete the uninstallation.
To remove software from Macintosh operating systems
Drag the HP LaserJet folder and PPDs to the trash can.
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To load optional Tray 1 when the same paper is used for multiple print jobs
Use the following procedure if Tray 1 is usually loaded with the same type of paper, and the paper is not usually removed from Tray 1 between print jobs. The following procedure can usually increase the printer performance when printing from Tray 1. CAUTION To avoid a jam, never add or remove paper from a tray while printing from that tray. On the control panel, press Use Use or or to open the menus. The message SETTING SAVED
to scroll to PAPER HANDLING and then press to scroll to TRAY 1 SIZE and then press
Use or to scroll to the correct size and then press appears on the control-panel display.
If you select CUSTOM as the paper size, also select the unit of measure (the X and Y dimensions).

Loading input trays 37

to scroll to TRAY 1 TYPE and then press
. The message SETTING SAVED
Use or to scroll to the correct type and then press appears on the control-panel display. Press MENU to exit the menus. Open optional Tray 1.
Load (orient) paper according to size and finishing options.
To avoid jams, print sheets of labels one at a time. 10 Adjust the paper guides so that they lightly touch the paper stack, but do not bend the paper.
11 Make sure that the paper fits under the tabs on the guides and does not extend above the load level indicators. Note If printing on A3, 11 x 17, or other long media, also pull out the tray extension until it stops. 12 Look at the control panel within a few seconds of loading the paper. The tray configuration appears. (Open and close the tray again if the time has already elapsed.) 38 Chapter 2 Printing tasks ENWW
13 Press MENU to exit the menus. The tray is ready to use.
Loading Trays 2, 3, and 4
The 500-sheet input trays (Trays 2 and 3) come with the printer. Tray 4 is an optional tray that holds up to 2,000 sheets of standard-size paper. For paper specifications, see Paper specifications.
To load detectable, standard-size paper in Trays 2, 3, and 4
Follow this procedure to load detectable standard-size paper in the tray. The following are the detectable sizes, which are marked inside the tray:
A4 Letter A3 Legal 11 x 17 Executive B4 (JIS) B5 (JIS) A4-Rotated Letter-Rotated
To avoid a jam, never add or remove paper from a tray while printing from that tray. 1 Open the tray until it stops.

to scroll to Print and then press

. The job prints.

next to it, the job requires a PIN to print. See Printing a private job.

Deleting a QuickCopy job

Delete a QuickCopy job at the printer when you no longer need it. If the printer needs additional space to store new QuickCopy jobs, the printer will automatically delete other stored QuickCopy jobs, starting with the oldest job. Note Stored QuickCopy jobs can be deleted from the control panel or from HP Web Jetadmin.
To delete a QuickCopy job
Proofing and holding a job
The proof and hold feature provides a quick and easy way to print and proof one copy of a job and then to print the additional copies. To permanently store the job and prevent the printer from deleting it when space is needed for something else, select the Stored Job option in the driver. The proof and hold feature uses available RAM memory on the printer if the printer does not have a hard disk installed. For moderate to heavy use of this feature, HP recommends installing an optional hard disk.
Using the job-storage features 83
To create a proof and hold job
CAUTION If the printer needs additional space to store newer proof and hold jobs, the printer will delete other stored proof and hold jobs, starting with the oldest job. To permanently store the job and prevent the printer from deleting it when space is needed, select the Stored Job option in the printer driver instead of the Proof and Hold option. In the printer driver, select the Proof and Hold option and enter a user name and job name. The printer prints one copy of the job for you to proof. Then, see Printing the remaining copies of a held job.
Printing the remaining copies of a held job
The user can print the remaining copies of a job held on the printer hard disk accessory from the control panel.
To print a proof and hold job
5 Press Use. or to scroll to Retrieve Job and then press. The job prints the remaining copies.
Use or to scroll to Print and then press requested from the computer.

Deleting a held job

When a user sends a proof and hold job, the printer automatically deletes that users previous proof and hold job. If no proof and hold job already exists for that job name and the printer needs additional space, the printer might delete other proof and hold jobs, starting with the oldest one.
To delete a proof and hold job
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This section explains important security features available on your printer:
Secure Disk Erase Security lock Job storage features

Overview 85

Secure Disk Erase
You might need to protect deleted data from unauthorized access on the printer hard drive. Secure Disk Erase is a security feature that you can use to securely erase print jobs from the hard drive. Security levels are set by using HP Web Jetadmin. Three levels of Secure Disk Erase are available:

until NEW MAINTENANCE KIT appears on the screen.
If the message persists, 5 Use Use Press Use Press or or. or. to scroll to CLEAR MAINTENANCE MESSAGE. to scroll to CONFIGURE DEVICE. to scroll to RESETS.
To verify that the maintenance kit is reset to zero, print a configuration page by using the following procedure.
3 Press Use Use. or or to scroll to INFORMATION. and press to scroll to PRINT CONFIGURATION. and press.
For more information about installing the printer maintenance kit, see the instructions that accompany it.
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Managing the print cartridge
When you use a new, authentic HP print cartridge (C8543X), you can obtain the following types of supplies information:
amount of cartridge life remaining estimated number of pages remaining number of pages printed other supplies information
Print cartridge authentication
The printer will let you know that a cartridge is not a genuine HP print cartridge when you insert it in the printer. If you insert a used HP cartridge from another HP printer, the printer can take as many as 20 printed pages to receive the message authenticating that the cartridge is a genuine HP part. If the printer control-panel message states that this is not a genuine HP print cartridge and you believe you purchased an HP cartridge, go to www.hp.com/go/anticounterfeit.

Non-HP print cartridges

Hewlett-Packard Company cannot recommend use of non-HP print cartridges, either new or remanufactured. Because they are not HP products, HP cannot influence their design or control their quality. Service or repairs required as a result of using a non-HP print cartridge will not be covered under the printer warranty.

Print cartridge storage

Do not remove the print cartridge from its package until you are ready to use it. CAUTION To prevent damage to the print cartridge, do not expose it to light for more than a few minutes.

Checking the toner level

You can check the toner level by using the printer control panel, the embedded Web server, the printer software, or HP Web Jetadmin.
Using the printer control panel
Press Use Use to open Menu. or or to select INFORMATION and then press.

The EIO hard disk is not working correctly. Remove the EIO hard disk from the slot (a slot number will replace the X) indicated. Reseat the EIO hard disk. If the message continues, replace the disk with a new EIO hard disk.

Event log empty

The user is attempting to view an empty event log by selecting SHOW EVENT LOG from the control panel. The external device might not be able to perform the finishing process, but it could still pass paper. The pages will be completed unfinished.
FINISHING PROCESS NOT FUNCTIONAL For help press INCORRECT
The wrong PIN was typed. Return to the previous screen and retype the PIN.
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INSERT OR CLOSE TRAY xx For help press INSTALL CARTRIDGE For help press Insufficient memory to load Fonts/Data For help press alternates with [DEVICE] To continue press LOAD TRAY XX [TYPE] [SIZE] To use another tray press. alternates with LOAD TRAY XX [TYPE] [SIZE] For help press LOAD TRAY XX [TYPE] [SIZE] For help press MANUALLY FEED [TYPE] [SIZE] For help press alternates with To use another tray press. No job to cancel
The specified tray must be inserted or closed for printing to continue.
The print cartridge has been removed or has been installed incorrectly. It must be replaced or reinstalled correctly for printing to continue.
The printer does not have enough memory to load the data (for example, fonts or macros) from the location specified. Touch OK to continue without this information. If the message persists, add more memory.
A job is sent that requires a specific type and size that is not available. Load the requested paper into optional Tray 1. Press to use a type and size that is available in another tray.
The tray is empty or is configured for a different size of paper than the size that was requested.
Load the requested paper into optional Tray 1. To override the message, press tray. Press if the desired paper is available in another
to use a type and size that is available in another tray.
The STOP button was pressed, but there is no active job or buffered data to cancel. The message appears for approximately two seconds before the printer returns to the READY state.

For more information about an optional HP output device, see the user guide that came with the device.
Correct size of paper is not loaded. Display is blank, and internal fans are not running. Messages appear in the display. Paper is jammed in the printer. Printer display is in the wrong language or shows unfamiliar characters.
Check paper trays to be sure the correct sizes are loaded as configured. Also, check that guides are set correctly. Make sure that the printer power is on. Press all of the buttons on the printer control panel to see if one is stuck; contact your HP-authorized service representative if this does not resolve the problem. See Understanding printer messages.
Check for paper jams (see Clearing jams).
Reconfigure the control-panel display language. See the Getting Started Guide, or press while simultaneously pushing the power switch ON. Hold until SELECT LANGUAGE appears, and then release. Use and to select the appropriate language. Press to save your selection. The control-panel display will indicate that the printer is ready to use. If the new language does not appear in the display, you might not have pressed to save your new selection. Plug the AC power cord firmly into the grounded power receptacle and into the printer. (Be sure the power source is energized.) Make sure the line voltage is correct for the printer power configuration. (See the plate next to the power receptacle on the back of your printer for voltage requirements.) If you are using a power strip and its voltage is not within specification, plug the printer directly into the power receptacle. Make sure line voltage is in the correct range. (See the product label next to the power receptacle on the back of the printer for voltage requirements.)
Printer is not working at all.
Printer is turned on, but internal fans are not running.
Printer voltage is not correct.
Solving common printer issues 133

A page fails to print.

Set PRINT PS ERRORS=ON, and then send the job again to print a PS error page. If this does not identify the problem, try turning off Resource Saving and I/O Buffering or try installing more memory (see PCL or PS font list). If the page margins are clipped, you might have to print the page at 300-dpi resolution or install more memory. Also try turning off Resource Saving and I/O Buffering.
A page prints with clipped margins.

A PS error page prints.

Paper jams and paperfeeding problems.
Printer does not recognize the duplex printing accessory.
Printer does not recognize the hard disk. Printer does not recognize optional Tray 4.
Turn the printer off and verify that the hard disk is inserted correctly and is securely fastened.
Make sure you selected optional Tray 4 in the printer driver (see Printer software). Turn the printer off and then on. Make sure the power cord is plugged into optional Tray 4. If the printer still does not recognize optional Tray 4, contact your dealer or authorized HP service provider.
Printer does not recognize stapler.
Check the cable to the stapler. Make sure it is properly connected at both ends.
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Printer draws paper from the wrong tray.
Be sure your program is selecting the correct paper size or type. Make sure that the driver for your program is correctly installed, configured, and capable of requesting the appropriate paper size and type. The size of paper requested is not loaded in the tray selected. The printer draws paper from the next default tray that contains the correct size. Load the correct paper in the tray and make sure the tray is adjusted correctly. Load the tray with enough paper to complete the print job. To always print from the requested tray, set USE REQUESTED TRAY to EXCLUSIVELY. If you selected Tray 2, 3, or optional Tray 4 and did not turn the printer off when installing it, the printer does not recognize it and draws paper from the next default tray source. Turn the printer off, and then back on, and the printer will recognize the tray.
Printer interface problems.
Print a configuration page from the printer control panel to verify that the interface configurations shown on the printout match those on the host computer (see Configuration page). Press STOP. Press and to select Resume, and then press.
Printer is paused. Printer is off or not connected to an active power source. Printer is ready, but not receiving data (the Data light does not blink).

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Event log page

The first page of the event log contains the following information:
Current Page Count indicates the number of pages printed from the printer. Number indicates the order in which the events occurred. The last event to occur has the highest number. Page Count indicates the number of pages printed from the printer when the event occurred. Event indicates the internal event code for each event. Serial Number indicates the serial number of the printer. Description or Personality indicates whether the event occurred due to a problem within a printer personality or due to a printer jam.
The second page of the event log is the manufacturing page. This page contains information that might assist HP Customer Care representatives in solving possible printer problems.

To print an event log

3 Press Use Use. or or to scroll to Diagnostics and press.
to scroll to Print Event Log and press
Checking the printer configuration 151
Printing a paper path test
The paper path test can be used to verify that various paper paths are working properly or to troubleshoot problems with tray configuration.
To print a paper path test
Press Use Use. or or to scroll to Diagnostics and then press.
to scroll to Paper Path Test and then press
Use or to select the input tray you want to test, the output bin, the duplex printing accessory (if available), and number of copies, pressing after you set the value for each. After selecting the last option, the paper path test automatically starts.
See the user guide for each accessory device that is attached to the printer.
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Specifications

This section presents some of the printer specifications.
Paper specifications Environmental specifications
Paper weight equivalence table
Use this table to determine approximate equivalent basis weight in weight specifications other than U.S. bond weight. For example, to determine the equivalent of 20 lb U.S. bond weight paper in U.S. cover weight, locate the bond weight (in row two, first column) and scan across the row to the cover weight (in the third column). The equivalent is 75 g/m2 (28 lb). Note Shaded areas indicate a standard weight for that grade.

U.S. Bond Weight (lb)

U.S. Text/ Book Weight (lb)

U.S. Cover Weight (lb)

U.S. Bristol Weight (lb)

U.S. Index Weight (lb)

U.S. Tag Weight (lb)

Metric Weight (g/m2)

Right-click in the table of contents, and then click Open All. Right-click in the table of contents, and then click Close All. Right-click, and then click Print. Right-click in the table of contents, and then click Customize
Opens all books or folders in the table of contents. This command only works if the Contents tab is displayed. Closes all books or folders. This command only works if the Contents tab is displayed. Prints the topic. Opens the Customize Information Wizard, which allows you to customize the documentation. If the help file was built with information types, you can use this wizard to select a subset of topics to view. For example, you could choose to see only overview topics.
These commands can be accessed through the keyboard. You can click SHIFT+F10 to display the shortcut menu, and then click the appropriate shortcut keys. Or, you can enable Mousekeys. Use a Mousekey combination to display the shortcut menu, and then click the appropriate shortcut keys.
Using the shortcut menu commands 201
202 Appendix F Using the HTML Help Viewer

Numerics

2,000-sheet tray. See Tray 4 3,000-sheet stacker bins 55 capacity 8 features 60 lights, status 17 locating 14 paper sizes supported 158 part number 11 3,000-sheet stacker/stapler bins 55 capacity 8 error messages 122 lights, status 17 loading staples 61 locating 14 not recognized 138 paper sizes supported 158 part number 11 printing to 60 staple jams, clearing 110 staple jams, frequent 136 stapling, troubleshooting 137 8-bin mailbox bins, types of 56 capacity 9 features 68 jams, clearing 116 lights, status 17 locating 14 paper sizes supported 159 part number 11
back page, settings 77 background, gray 129, 160 bad connection error messages 119 base memory 7 battery information 192 bidirectional communication settings 175 binding edge, settings 169 bins, output 8-bin mailbox 56 capacities 8 full, error messages 119 jam locations 98 jams, clearing 105 locating 14, 55 multifunction finisher 56 paper path test, printing 152 paper sizes supported 157 selecting 56, 169 stacker 55 stacker/stapler 55 troubleshooting 138 black dots, troubleshooting 95, 129 blank pages adding 77 suppressing 171 troubleshooting 134 bleeds, printing 71 blinking lights control panel 16 paper-handling devices 17 booklets, creating 66 both sides, printing on loading paper 49 printing 68 settings 169 troubleshooting 135, 137 browsers, HP Toolbox requirements 31 buffers data remaining in, troubleshooting 135 overflow, error messages 124, 126 bulk returns, recycling 192 buttons, control-panel 15
A4 paper override settings 169 Wide A4 settings 170 accessories, part numbers 10 acoustical specifications 164 action not currently available error message 119 adding paper 36 address, IP 142, 173 adhesive labels fuser mode 171 loading 53 printing 36, 70 specifications 161 alerts page, embedded Web server 143 alerts, setting up 32, 95 alignment tray registration 75, 171 troubleshooting 131 allocating memory 189 Alternate Letterhead mode 53 anticounterfeit Web site 93 Appletalk settings 177 Attention light 16 authentication, print cartridges 93 auto continue, settings 174 auto setup, troubleshooting 134 autoconfiguration, driver 18

206 Index

IP address 142, 173 IPX/SPX settings 177
jams 8-bin mailbox 116 clearing 98 duplex printing accessory 103 error messages 123 frequent, troubleshooting 117 left door 105 locations 98 multifunction finisher 107 preventing 36 recovery settings 174 right door 99 standard output bin 105 staple, frequent 136 staple, multifunction finisher 112 staple, stacker/stapler 110 Tray Tray 2 or Tray Jetadmin, HP Web alerts, configuring 95 features 27 firmware upgrades 9 toner level, checking from 94 Jetdirect print servers EIO menu 175 error messages 127 information page 150 part numbers 13 troubleshooting 29 job retention error messages 123 features, accessing 80 job storage limit, setting 173 private jobs 80 proof and hold 83 QuickCopy 82 Retrieve job menu 166 Security Disk Erase 86 stored jobs 81 timeout settings 173 jobs, canceling 16
LaserJet Soft Gloss Paper 154 LaserJet Utility 23 last page, not printing 137 LEDs control-panel 16 paper-handling devices 17 left door clearing jams 105 jam locations 98 locating 14 left output bin locating 55 paper sizes supported 158 letterhead Alternate Letterhead mode 53 fuser mode 171 printing on 70 light print setting, toner density 172 troubleshooting 129 lights control-panel 16 paper-handling devices 17 line feed settings 171 line spacing settings 170 lines, troubleshooting 129 links, embedded Web server 143 Linux support 18 loading envelopes 53, 57 labels 53 letterhead 53 orienting paper 49 standard-size paper 39, 42 staples in multifunction finisher 64 staples in stacker/stapler 61 transparencies 53 Tray LocalTalk support 9 lock, security 87 locked menus, control panel 16 long edge binding, settings 169 loose toner, troubleshooting 130 low print cartridges, settings 174
Macintosh Appletalk settings 177 Chooser, troubleshooting 141 communications, troubleshooting 141 driver settings 21 drivers included 19 HP LaserJet Utility 23 installing software 25 operating systems supported 18 PPDs and PDEs 22 uninstalling software 26 mailbox bins, types of 56 capacity 9 features 68 jams, clearing 116 lights, status 17 locating 14 paper sizes supported 159 part number 11

keys, control-panel 15

labels fuser mode 171 loading 53 printing 36, 70 specifications 161 landscape orientation setting as default 170 two-sided printing 69 language page, embedded Web server 143 language, control panel 133, 174 languages, printer automatic switching 20 default, setting 174 error messages 119 included 8 list of installed, printing 146 LaserJet Monochrome Transparencies 154 LaserJet Paper, HP 155 LaserJet Paper, HP Premium Choice 154

naming printer 142 narrow media settings 172 networking pages, embedded Web server 143

208 Index

networks HP Jetdirect print servers 29 installing software 24 operating systems supported 18 settings page, embedded Web server 143 software for 27 speed settings 179 troubleshooting 137 No back page 77 noise specifications 164 non-HP media 156 non-HP print cartridges 93, 121 nonvolatile memory errors 126 notification settings, embedded Web server 143 number of copies 168 n-up printing 77 NVRAM errors 126
Office Paper, HP 155 Office Recycled Paper, HP 155 online help. See help OpenVMS drivers 20 operating environment specifications 164 operating systems supported 18 order supplies page, embedded Web server 143 ordering parts and accessories 10 print cartridges 94 through embedded Web server 143 orientation default 170 loading media 49 two-sided printing 69 OS/2 support 20 other links page, embedded Web server 143 output bins 8-bin mailbox 56 capacities 8 full, error messages 119 jam locations 98 jams, clearing 105 locating 14, 55 multifunction finisher 56 paper path test, printing 152 paper sizes supported 157 selecting 56, 169 stacker 55 stacker/stapler 55 troubleshooting 138 output quality cleaning page, printing 95 settings 171 troubleshooting 128 overhead transparencies HP LaserJet 154 loading 53 printing 71 specifications 161 overprints, troubleshooting 136 override A4/letter 169 overriding settings 74 ozone statement 191
page counts 151 page counts, viewing 146
page orientation default 170 loading media 49 two-sided printing 69 page skew, troubleshooting 131 pages not printing all 134 last 137 partial 136, 139 stops mid-job 140 pages per minute 7, 164 Pages Per Sheet 77 paper curl, troubleshooting 131 custom-size, loading 45 default image size, setting 168 first page, different 76 fuser modes 171 letterhead 53 loading 36 orientation 49 prepunched, loading 52 recycled 155 sizes, supported 157 small, mode for 172 specifications 156, 160 standard-size, loading 39, 42 tray selection 79 troubleshooting 160 type, setting default 169 types supported 160 weight equivalence table 153 Paper handling menu 167 paper input trays. See trays paper jams 8-bin mailbox 116 clearing 98 duplex printing accessory 103 error messages 123 frequent, troubleshooting 117 left door 105 locations 98 multifunction finisher 107 preventing 36 recovery settings 174 right door 99 standard output bin 105 Tray Tray 2 or Tray paper path test, printing 152 paper-handling status LEDs 17 parallel connections, error messages 124 Parallel input submenu 175 part numbers 10 part numbers, supplies 154 partial pages, troubleshooting 136 path test, printing 152 paused printing 139 pausing the printer 16 PCL drivers 19, 20 PCL font list, printing 144, 149, 166 PCL menu 170 PDEs, Macintosh 22 PDF error page 170 permanent resources 189

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Product End-of-Life Disassembly Instructions
Product Category: LaserJet Printers Marketing Name / Model [List multiple models if applicable.] HP LaserJet 9050/Q3721A HP LaserJet 9050n/Q3722A HP LaserJet 9050dn/Q3723A
Purpose: The document is intended for use by end-of-life recyclers or treatment facilities. It provides the basic instructions for the disassembly of HP products to remove components and materials requiring selective treatment, as defined by EU directive 2002/96/EC, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). 1.0 Items Requiring Selective Treatment 1.1 Items listed below are classified as requiring selective treatment. 1.2 Enter the quantity of items contained within the product which require selective treatment in the right column, as applicable. Quantity of items Item Description Notes included in product Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) or Printed Circuit Assemblies (PCA) With a surface greater than 10 sq cm 9050 9050n 9050dn All types including standard alkaline and lithium coin or button style batteries All models: - Carbon monofluoride lithium coin cell - on PCA For example, mercury in lamps, display backlights, scanner lamps, switches, batteries [not present] Includes background illuminated displays with gas discharge lamps [not present] [not present] [not present] qty/model 13 1

Batteries

Mercury-containing components Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) with a surface greater than 100 sq cm Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT) Capacitors / condensers (Containing PCB/PCT) Electrolytic Capacitors / Condensers measuring greater than 2.5 cm in diameter or height External electrical cables and cords Gas Discharge Lamps Plastics containing Brominated Flame Retardants
- power cord [not present] Plastic parts installed in close proximity to heating/fusing units and paper path parts contain brominated flame retardants. Further, industry standard parts including fans, motors, cables,

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connectors, wiring and printed circuit boards also typically contain these flame retardants. 9050 9050n 9050dn

parts:

126 all motors, fans, connectors, wiring and PC boards
Components and parts containing toner and ink, including liquids, semi-liquids (gel/paste) and toner Components and waste containing asbestos Components, parts and materials containing refractory ceramic fibers Components, parts and materials containing radioactive substances
Include the cartridges, print heads, tubes, vent chambers, and service stations. - toner cartridge [not present] [not present] [not present]
2.0 Tools Required List the type and size of the tools that would typically be used to disassemble the product to a point where components and materials requiring selective treatment can be removed. Tool Description Tool Size (if applicable) Use standard hand tools
3.0 Product Disassembly Process 3.1 List the basic steps that should typically be followed to remove components and materials requiring selective treatment: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Remove toner cartridge. Remove the outer housing skins and sort according to markings. Disassemble the chassis using appropriate tools and set aside items requiring selective treatment.
3.2 Optional Graphic. If the disassembly process is complex, insert a graphic illustration below to identify the items contained in the product that require selective treatment (with descriptions and arrows identifying locations).

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Technical specifications

General
Printer TypeWorkgroup printer - laser - monochrome
Width55.1 in
Depth23.6 in
Height24.9 in
Weight168 lbs
LocalizationEnglish / United States
Printer
Print SpeedUp to 50 ppm - B/W - Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in)
Built-in DevicesStatus LCD
Connectivity TechnologyWired
InterfaceParallel, Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
Max Resolution ( B&W )1200 dpi x 1200 dpi
Image Enhancement TechnologyHP FastRes 1200
Duplex PrintoutDuplex
PostScript SupportStandard
First Print Out Time B/W8 sec
Language SimulationPCL 5E, PostScript 3, PCL 6, HP PJL, HP PML, PDF 1.3, xHTML
Fonts Included80 x TrueType
Media Handling2x 500-sheet input trays, 100-sheet multipurpose tray
Processor
Processor533 MHz
RAM
RAM Installed ( Max )128 MB / 512 MB (max)
Media Handling
Media TypeEnvelopes, transparencies, labels, plain paper, cards, bond paper, recycled paper, color laser paper
Max Media Size (Custom)12.3 in x 18.5 in
Media SizesLetter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in), Legal (8.5 in x 14 in), Executive (7.25 in x 10.5 in), Tabloid Extra (12 in x 18 in)
Envelope SizesUS No 10 (4.1 in x 9.5 in), Monarch (3.87 in x 7.5 in)
Media Weight64 g/m2 - 216 g/m2
Total Media Capacity1100 sheets
Media Feeder(s)2 x autoload - 500 sheets - 11.7 in x 17 in weight: 64 g/m2 - 200 g/m2 1 x autoload - 100 sheets - 12.3 in x 18.3 in weight: 64 g/m2 - 216 g/m2
Max Media Capacity3100 sheets
Output Trays Capacity600 sheets
Duty Cycle
Monthly Duty Cycle300000 pages
Recommended Monthly Volume15000 - 50000 pages
Networking
NetworkingPrint server - plug-in module
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Data Link ProtocolEthernet, Fast Ethernet
Network / Transport ProtocolTCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, DLC/LLC, BOOTP, DHCP, SLP
Remote Management ProtocolSNMP 1, Telnet, SNMP 3, NCP, SNMP 2c, HTTP, NDS
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Slots Total (Free)2 ( 2 ) x EIO 2 ( 1 ) x memory - DIMM 100-pin
Connections1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 36 pin Centronics 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45
Miscellaneous
Works with Windows VistaSoftware and devices that carry the Works with Windows Vista logo have been tested for baseline compatibility with PC's running.
Compliant StandardsCE, TUV, GOST, cUL, EN 60950, EN 61000-3-2, ICES-003, MEEI, NOM, TUV S, IEC 60950, EN 61000-3-3, EN55024, UL 60950, CISPR 22, CSA 22.2 No. 60950, EN55022 Class B, FCC Part 15 B
Power
Power DevicePower supply - internal
Voltage RequiredAC 120 V
Frequency Required50/60 Hz
Power Consumption Operational1000 Watt
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep205 Watt
Software / System Requirements
Software IncludedDrivers & Utilities
OS RequiredMicrosoft Windows 2000 / XP, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Apple MacOS X 10.3, Apple MacOS X 10.2.8, Apple MacOS X 10.4 or later
Environmental Standards
ENERGY STAR QualifiedYes
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support1 year warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - on-site - response time: next business day
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature50 F
Max Operating Temperature91.4 F
Humidity Range Operating10 - 80%
Sound Emission (Idle)56 dBA
Sound Emission (Operating)72 dBA
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandHewlett-Packard
Part NumberQ3723A#ABA
GTIN00829160316123, 00807027544322, 00829160316215

 

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