Oct 162011
 

HP Laserjet 4200 50.2 Fuser Error Related to Warm-up

The 50.2 fuser error message on the display with the HP laserjet 4200 means the printer has reached a fuser warmup error.50.2 fuser error thermistors inside the machine read the temperature as it warms up. If for some reason the thermistors don’t read the correct temperature in the time allowed the HP laserjet 4200 will through a 50.2 fuser error to inform you that something inside the fuser or the engine control baord is malfunctioning.
HP 4200 Fuser Assembly NEW RM1-0013

Troubleshooting The Hp Laserjet 4200 50.2 Fuser Error

First thing to try is just turning off and on the machine. I replaced one last week that was giving a 50.2 fuser error every few weeks for a few months before they finally got sick of it and called me out to replace it.

Second, thing to check is were the power cable is plugged in. A lot of people don’t realize that the fusers heat up between 350 to 425 decrees. Essentially they are heaters that draw a lot of power. given the fact that they draw large amounts of power they should be plugged straight into a wall outlet and make sure no other heating device is plugged into the same outlet or circuit.

Third thing to check, if you just replaced it is if you were shipped the right fuser for the machine and voltage type. The 4240, 4250,4350, and M4345 fusers all look the same and fit into other machine but several of them are different and will not properly work. Also the 220v fuser fits in the machine but will not heat up properly giving poor print quality or errors like the fuser 50.2 fuser error.

Last thing to try is leaving the machine unplugged for 10 to 20 minutes and then plug back in and try again. If that fails then its time to replace the fuser.

Conclusion About the HP Laserjet 4200 50.2 Fuser Error

By far the 50.2 fuser error on the HP laserjet 4200 printer is the most frequently seen fuser error found on this model. If you experience this error and turning off and on the machine, or plugging it straight into a wall outlet fixes your problem great. However, if the 50.2 fuser error keeps coming back or it doesn’t reslove it then replacing it will be nessacary. Below is instructions on how to remove and replace the fuser followed by a link to purchase a new fuser if needed. Hopefully, the information in the above article has helped you troubleshoot and repair your 50.2 fuser error in your HP laserjet 4200.

HP 4200 Fuser Assembly NEW RM1-0013 Removal

Note: Unplug power and communication cables and allow at least 10 minutes for cool down before fuser removal.
1. Open the rear output bin. Use your finger to squeeze the hinge pin (formatter side) out of its mounting hole.
2. Rotate the output bin away from the printer until the right hinge pin is released, and then remove the output bin.
3. Squeeze the blue fuser release tabs
4. Pull the fuser straight back and out of the printer.

Hopefully, this article has helped you troubleshoot the 50.2 fuser error in your HP laserjet 4200.
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HP Laserjet 4200 50.2 Fuser Error Related to Warm-up was last modified: March 12th, 2014 by Kevin Gumpp

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