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LaserWriter IInt LED Codes ??

Posted on 1998-12-04
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I'm having to fix up some LaserWriter IInt machines my better half bought "as is".  These are not chock full of easily known error codes as are the HPII and HPIII printers.

I'm trying to roughly understand the equivalents between the flashing LED's and HP codes such as ERROR 50 (fuser malfunction) ERROR 52 (Scanner malfunction)ERROR 51 (Beam detection problem) and any others that the four flashing / steady LED's can idicate.

Seems like two flashing red LED's means something like fuser failure, at least sometimes.

Does anyone have a worked out table of equivalents between the basic flashing light / always on light states and the standard SX engine HP ERROR codes?

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So, what is your question?
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by:rclevlnd
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Just happen to be an HP authorized Technician, and would
be glad to check into this for U.

I've never heard of the IInt, but will be interesting checking
into it.  Is it anything like the IIp?  I take it there is no LCD on this model. :0  Shocker...

Have U tried thier FaxBack line yet?  If not, I can get you
the number.

Will check and get back to you.

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Oh, yeah....

What lights are flashing, and in what order?

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