03-05-2005 09:30 AM
My understanding is that this error means low fuser temp. Cold resets and plug changes don't fix.
I may have to replace it, BUT can't find part number. Number on unit is RG5-3528-100-DKA...
But all replacement parts are numbered RG5-5455. Are these compatible.
Also, replacements are available as stand alone, or with maintenance kits. Any suggestions about which way to go? And where to find best price?
Also, saw a thread here that discussed 50.1 Fuser Error could also be a power unit problem.
03-05-2005 07:19 PM
To verify your part numbers try:
I have not encountered fuser or LVPS problems with a LJ 5000, but with the old LJII/III series, 90% of the time the 50 Service Error was a bad Low-Voltage Power Supply...
Just be sure you have left the printer powered off for at least 30 min after replacing the fuser or the LVPS or the error may not be reset and will reoccur even if you have put a good unit in.
03-06-2005 08:02 AM
Skina's right, just a detail: the low voltage on the 5000N printer is include on the DC controller pca.if after replacing the fuser and waiting about 30mn the 50.1 error persists then replace the dc(engine controller it includes the lvps)
hope this helps.
11-24-2005 01:05 PM
10-09-2010 05:20 PM
It only has 90k prints and it pulled 4 sheets out of the feeder and jammed and the 50.1 error came on.
Is this a coincidence? Or is the jam somehow causing this code?
10-09-2010 09:57 PM
Its common to ohm out the fuser with a meter and the instructions are on fixyourownprinter.com