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My Hp P3005 Laser printer gives me 49FF04 and fuser error

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#1 Yaşar


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Posted 11 August 2010 - 07:16 AM

Greetings to everyone in the forum,
Hp P3005 Laser printer gives 49FF04 error message and 50.2 fuser unit problems.
I open my printer, It doesn't receive tray paper.
If you give this issue information about my broken
piece, on fuser film is torn inside,
deformed lower sleeved roller
Worn bushing. I will buy a company this spare part on
I want to fix my own printer.
(Please understand my english is not very good show )
Bilberk Printer-Service-Spare parts

this website

Thank you.

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#2 MrBruce1959


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Posted 14 August 2010 - 10:01 AM

If you are asking if these parts you have linked above will replace your torn fuser film, you are correct.

You also mentioned a worn bushing, I am not exactly sure where you can purchase this bushing.

You also mentioned a deformed lower roller, which I believe you're saying this roller is either oblong or bent in some way.

It would be hard for me to point you in the right direction, since I do not know what companies or businesses are available in your country.

Sorry I am not much help to you, but I wanted to say that the link you have already provided is one resource you can use.


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