How To Fix Printer Error 58

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HP printers and other Printers have a lot of little basic bugs, but if you know how to deal with some of the more habitual problems you will make the printer your friendly companion to your tasks and projects.

 

Possible Causes and solutions:

 

  • 4/4L/4P/4V/5/5P Check the fan cable - reseat cable or replace fan
  • 4V/4MV Defective DC controller board - replace
  • IIISi/4Si Error 58.1 & 58.2 Improperly seated paper cassette
  • 4Si/IIISi 58.1/58.2 Paper cassette is impoperly inserted
  • 5Si 58.X Tray/Lifter Malfunction if X=1: Tray 2 lifter, X=2: Tray 3 lifter, X=3: Tray 1 lifter, X=4: Tray 4 lifter Press SELECT to continue
  • A printer power source problem Laserjet 1000/1150/1300/2300/3300/4100/4200/4300/5000/5100/8150/9000 Series- To resolve problems with the power supply:
    1 Remove the printer from any UPS supplies, additional power supplies, or power strips. Plug the printer into a wall outlet and see if this resolves the problem.
    2 If the printer is already plugged into a wall outlet, try another power source in the building that is independent of the one currently being used.
    The line voltage and current source at the printer location might need to be inspected to ensure that they meet the electrical specifications for the printer.

Congratuations You're Now A  Pro. You may not be able to man a technical support line with the information we've provided in this article, but these tips should help you disentangle many frustrating printer or Pc issues. Keep this information around for later reference and maybe next time you'll beat your project deadline. Please Visit and bookmark my blog/manual ::: Fix your computer blog  to get live or more support details  and software downloads

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