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An HP 50.0 service error usually indicates a problem with the fuser; although it can mean there’s an issue with the power supply or control circuits. Most of the time, however, it is simply a worn out fuser. What is a fuser, you ask? A fuser is a replaceable printer assembly that heats up in […]
“I’ve clicked on the print icon a dozen times and still my printer won’t print!” It happens. There are a number of possible reasons why. To troubleshoot the issue, inspect the following: 1. Check the obvious first; these things are often overlooked. • See if the printer is plugged in and turned on. Make sure […]
“A paper jam in my printer? Ugh! Not now!” As if there’s ever an opportune moment to have your daily grind interrupted. With documents in queue and people waiting, there’s no time to waste! The impulsive (as well as annoyed) reaction might be to simply yank that darn piece of paper out of the machine, […]
“Help! My HP printer keeps giving me a 10.10.00 supply memory error!” Stop right there! Nothing is wrong with your printer. The 10.10.00 error is a chip error. “What’s a chip?” you ask. It’s a tiny, rectangular smart chip embedded with integrated circuitry (usually green in color) inserted on the outside of the printer cartridge. This […]