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Troubleshooting HP Laserjet P3005 for Jams

HP LaserJet P3005 repair

HP Laserjet P3005 is one of the most popular laserjet Printers used for Business printing services all across North America. Today, we guide you through simple steps to trouble HP Laserjet P3005 for Jams and other day to day printer issues:

Jam indide the top cover

Solutions: Make sure that nothing is obstructing paper movement within the paper path. Then make sure that the fuser motor (M2) connector is firmly seated. To see if the fuser motor is functional, observe the output stacker rollers while turning on the device. If the rollers rotate, the motor is functional. If they do not rotate, verify the connection.

 

Printer Jam inside the the Front door

Solutions: This can be sorted in 3 steps: Verify that nothing is obstructing paper movement within the paper path. Verify that the face-up tray sensor is functioning properly. Then make sure connection J505 is firmly seated on the ECU. Finally Open and close the cartridge door to clear the error message

 

Printer Jam inside rear door

Solution:  Make sure that nothing is obstructing paper movement within the paper path. Verify that the sensor connections on the rear of the fuser assembly are seated correctly. The verify that connection J405 is firmly seated on the ECU. Finally Open and close the cartridge door to clear the error message.

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