HP LaserJet 5000 5000N 5000GN

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HP LaserJet 5000 5000N 5000GN Manuel de service
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HP LaserJet 5000 5000N 5000GN Service Manual
Publication number C4110-91033

HP LaserJet 5000
HP LaserJet 5000 N
HP LaserJet 5000 GN

1 Printer Description
Overview . 1-1
Printer Features1-2
Identification 1-5
Model and Serial Numbers 1-5
Site Requirements1-6
Space Requirements 1-7
Paper Specifications . 1-11
Supported Types of Paper . 1-14
Guidelines for Using Paper . 1-15
Labels . 1-18
Transparencies 1-18
Vellum. 1-18
Envelopes 1-19
Card Stock and Heavy Paper . 1-20
Safety Information . 1-22
Laser Safety Statement . 1-22
Canadian DOC Regulations 1-22
FCC Regulations. 1-23
Laser Statement for Finland 1-24
Toner Safety 1-25
Environmental Product Stewardship1-26
2 Service Approach
Overview . 2-1
Service Approach 2-2
Parts and Supplies . 2-3
Ordering Information . 2-3
Helpful Documentation . 2-4
Phone Numbers for Ordering 2-5
Exchange Program 2-5
Consumables 2-5
Technical Assistance 2-5
Toner Cartridge Information . 2-8
Warranty Statement 2-9
3 Printer Operation
Overview . 3-1
Using the Control Panel . 3-2
Control Panel Layout 3-2
Control Panel Lights . 3-2
Control Panel Keys 3-3
Settings and Defaults 3-4
Control Panel Menus3-5
Information Menu . 3-6
Paper Handling Menu 3-7
Print Quality Menu . 3-10
Printing Menu . 3-13
Configuration Menu. 3-17
I/O Menu . 3-24
EIO Menu (Networked Printers) . 3-27
Resets Menu3-29
Service Mode 3-30
Service Menu . 3-31
Setting the Page Count, Maintenance Count,
and Serial Number 3-31
Cold Reset Paper 3-34
Diagnostics . 3-34
Clear Event Log . 3-34
Testing the Printer . 3-35
Resetting the Printer . 3-36
System Configuration 3-37
MS-DOS System Configuration . 3-37
Parallel DOS Commands 3-37
Serial MS-DOS Commands 3-38
Printer I/O Configuration 3-39
Parallel Menu . 3-39
Serial Configuration 3-39
4 Printer Maintenance
Overview . 4-1
Cleaning the Printer and Accessories . 4-2
Cleaning Spilled Toner . 4-4
Preventative Maintenance4-5
Reset Maintenance Count 4-5
Expected Life of Components4-5
5 Functional Information
Overview . 5-1
Printer Subsystems . 5-2
Power Supply System . 5-3
AC/DC Power Distribution. 5-3
Overcurrent Overvoltage Protection . 5-5
High Voltage Power Distribution 5-6
Toner Cartridge Detection. 5-7
DC Controller System 5-7
Laser and Scanner Drive . 5-8
Paper Motion Monitoring and Control 5-9
Solenoids, Sensors, Clutches, and Switches 5-9
Engine Test Print . 5-9
Motors. 5-10
Formatter System. 5-12
PowerSave . 5-12
Resolution Enhancement technology (REt) 5-13
EconoMode. 5-13
Input/Output 5-14
CPU 5-14
Printer Memory 5-15
Random Access Memory (RAM) 5-15
DIMM Slots . 5-16
Memory Enhancement technology (MEt) 5-16
Page Protect 5-16
PJL Overview . 5-17
PML. 5-17
Control Panel . 5-17
Image Formation System . 5-18
Toner Cartridge5-20
Photosensitive Drum5-21
Writing the Image 5-24
Developing the Image. 5-25
Transferring the Image 5-26
Image Fusing/Variable Fusing Temperature5-27
Paper Feed System5-29
Clutches and Sensors. 5-30
Printing from Tray 1 5-31
Printing from Tray 2 5-33
Printing from the Optional 500-sheet and
250-sheet Trays 5-35
Paper Jam5-37
Duplexer . 5-38
Paper Jam in the Duplexer . 5-44
Basic Sequence of Operation 5-45
6 Removing and Replacing Parts
Overview . 6-1
User Installable Accessories 6-2
Removal and Replacement Strategy6-7
Required Tools . 6-7
Removing Covers . 6-10
Rear Door / Rear Output Bin6-10
Top Cover 6-12
Control Panel Overlay and Control Panel 6-15
Toner Cartridge Door Assembly . 6-17
Front Cover and Tray 16-18
Front Cover Pins . 6-20
Face Down Assembly . 6-21
Left and Right Side Covers . 6-23
Tray 1 Inner Cover . 6-24
Right and Left Corner Covers . 6-26
Removing Assemblies6-27
Transfer Roller Assembly 6-28
Fuser6-30
Paper Handling PCA6-31
Main Gear Assembly6-35
Pickup Gear Assembly 6-37
Tray 1 Pickup Solenoid6-39
Fan . 6-40
Formatter Assembly 6-41
Tray 1 Roller 6-42
Tray 2 Roller 6-43
Paper Feed Roller Assembly . 6-44
DC Controller Board and Power Supply . 6-47
Paper Feed Belt Assembly . 6-51
Tray 1 Shaft 6-53
Tray 2 Shaft 6-55
Tray 1 Lift Plate6-57
Tray 1 Separation Pad 6-58
Paper Guide 6-59
Paper Path Detect Sensor . 6-60
Face Down Bin Full Sensor 6-61
Power Connection6-63
Registration Assembly 6-64
Upper Delivery Assembly 6-66
Delivery Roller Removal . 6-68
Laser Scanner Assembly 6-70
Main Motor . 6-71
Toner Cartridge Guides . 6-72
Power Inlet Assembly . 6-73
Optional 500-sheet Tray Disassembly . 6-74
Tray Indicator Assembly . 6-76
Left Front Corner Cover Installation 6-77
Paper Size Spring Assembly . 6-78
D-roller and Feed Roller . 6-79
Gear Assembly and PCA 6-81
Power Connector 6-82
Separation Roller 6-83
7 Troubleshooting
Overview . 7-1
Troubleshooting Process. 7-2
Troubleshooting Process Flow . 7-4
Troubleshooting the Printing System . 7-6
Preliminary Operating Checks . 7-6
Power On . 7-7
Display 7-11
Event Log 7-12
Printer Messages 7-16
General Paper Path Troubleshooting . 7-41
Information Pages7-44
Image Quality . 7-49
Interface Troubleshooting 7-77
Reference Diagrams . 7-80
Locations of Components 7-80
Sensors and Signals7-88
DC Controller PCA Inputs and Outputs 7-107
8 Parts and Diagrams
Overview . 8-1
How To Use the Parts Lists and Diagrams . 8-2
Accessories and Supplies 8-4
Common Hardware and Replacement Cables . 8-6
Illustrations and Parts Lists . 8-7
Alphabetical Parts List 8-39
Numerical Parts List 8-44

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