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HP wants $900 to fix it, which sounds excessive. Is this something I can handle myself? I work on my HP DesignJet 430, and service my own car, so working on it doesn't scare me. Where do I start?I searched the archives for this, and found someone with and "Error 52.0" which was attributed by a respondent to the fuser, but the message number was different.Thanks! Respond to this 0 Most likely you need to just replace the fuser. Not really too tough to replace, with any technical skill. But NOT worth $900 for HP to fix it. by mharris on Jan 18, 2006 at 3:33pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 That is indeed a fuser error. Easy to replace, just drop down the back cover, release the plastic strap which holds the door from falling down, move to one side and the back comes off. Remove 2 screws and the fuser slides out. It can be tight on both sides so a small flat tip screwdriver moving a little at a time from each side will release it. You can get reconditioned fusers from partsnow.com or depot-america.com on advance exchange. Heck you could even order a maintenance kit from hp for a lot less money. Try the 2 souces above. by dmzcompute on Jan 18, 2006 at 3:34pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thanks for the advice! I'm getting aquote on a fuser, and hope to install it myself in the next couple of days. by sfe39 on Jan 18, 2006 at 4:20pm Add comment Please sign in to comment I don't know if you read my reply, but I run the fixyourownprinter site. We stock the fuser heating assemblies. It's cheaper to replace just that than a whole fuser. We have them in stock and even have a video that covers the entire procedure. - moe 0 You don't need the whole fuser, just the heating element. I can supply that and a video that shows how to install it. Click on my name and email me for pricing and ordering info. by moe on Jan 18, 2006 at 4:36pm

Account Login Shopping Cart My Account Checkout Home Troubleshooting 50.1 Fuser Error on HP LaserJet 5000 and 5100 series Email 50.1 Fuser Error on HP LaserJet 5000 and 5100 series If you are seeing a "50.1 Fuser Error" on your HP LaserJet 5000 or 5100 series printer, you probably need to replace the fuser. Fusers are a consumable part and are sold as part of a maintenance kit; it is expected over the life of the printer you will replace the fuser several times. HP estimates average fuser life to last between 100,000 to 150,000 pages; http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/posts/35332 but a fuser can fail much earlier depending on printing conditions, heavy paper jams, and the quality of the fuser installed. For a temporary fix, you can try turning your printer off and back on again. Sometimes the reboot will allow the fuser to reset itself and you can print a few more pages. If the 50.1 Fuser error message returns, http://www.printertechs.com/printer-troubleshooting/369-50-1-error-on-hp-laserjet-5000-5100 it's time to replace your fuser. Also, on these LaserJet 5000 & 5100 series printers, when the fuser fails with a 50.1 error we recommend you replace the entire maintenance kit including the paper feed components, NOT just the fuser. It is very common on this model to see the rollers & separation pads wear out, even before the fuser fails. Paper won't feed properly, misfeeds can occur, and if paper jams inside the fuser it can damage the sensitive heating element in the fuser. Better to change ALL the maintenance kit parts at the same time as the fuser, than to just install a new fuser and have the new fuser damaged shortly after because of a bad paper jam. You can order a replacement fuser and maintenance kit here --> Purchasing options -- HP LaserJet 5000 series maintenance kit Purchasing options -- HP LaserJet 5100 series maintenance kit Installation instructions: Replacing the fuser on HP LaserJet 5000 , 5100 series printers Tech Support Support Home PageMaintenance Kit InstructionsOther instructionsTroubleshootingArticles, news, blog Featured Articles HP Error CodesEntering Service ModeService

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