HP LaserJet Pro 200 color MFP M276, Full: Repair, Troubleshooting & Parts List Manual

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Content for REPAIR & PARTS LIST:
1. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
Removal and replacement strategy
Introduction
Removal and replacement strategy
Electrostatic discharge
Required tools
Types of screws
Service approach
Before performing service
After performing service
Post-service tests
Test 1 (print-quality test)
Test 2 (copy-quality test)
Test 3 (fax-quality test)
Parts removal order
Removal and replacement procedures
Rollers
Pick roller
Separation roller
Transfer roller
Toner-cartridge drawer
Covers
Right cover
Left cover
Rear right cover
Document feeder and scanner assembly
Rear-upper cover
Rear door and rear-lower cover
Control panel
Upper cover
USB cover and USB PCA
Front-door and front-cover assembly
Main assemblies
Paper-guide assembly
Driver PCA
DC controller PCA
Special consideration
Remove the DC controller PCA
Wireless PCA (wireless models only)
Fax PCA
Formatter PCA and support bracket
Special considerations
Remove the formatter PCA and support bracket
Main motor
Intermediate transfer belt (ITB)
Remove the ITB
Reinstall the ITB
High-voltage power supply
Low-voltage power supply
Fuser power supply
Fuser
Fan
Document feeder components
Document feeder separation pad
Document feeder cover
Document feeder pick arm assembly
Document feeder core assembly
Post scan pinch rollers
Document feeder base assembly
Document feeder floating hinges

2. PARTS AND DIAGRAMS
Order parts by authorized service providers
Order replacement parts
Related documentation and software
Supplies part numbers
Service parts
Customer self repair parts
Whole-unit replacement part numbers
How to use the parts lists and diagrams
Assembly locations
Base product
Covers, panels, and doors
Internal assemblies
Scanner and document feeder (ADF) main assemblies
Document feeder internal components
Alphabetical parts list
Numerical parts list
INDEX

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Content TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL:
1. THEORY OF OPERATION
Basic operation
Major product systems
Product components
Sequence of operation
Engine control system
DC controller
Low-voltage power supply
High-voltage power supply
Laser/scanner system
Laser failure detection
Image-formation system
Image-formation process
Latent-image formation stage
Step 1: primary charging
Step 2: laser-beam exposure
Developing stage
Step 3: development
Transfer stage
Step 4: primary transfer
Step 5: secondary transfer
Step 6: separation from the ITB
Fusing stage
Step 7: fusing
ITB cleaning stage
Step 8: ITB cleaning
Drum cleaning stage
Step 9: drum cleaning
Pickup-and-feed system
Jam detection
Scanner system (base models)
Scanner power-on sequence of events
Copy or scan-to-computer sequence of events
Fax functions and operation (fax models only)
Computer and network security features
PSTN operation
Receive faxes when you hear fax tones
Distinctive ring function
Fax by using Voice over IP services
The fax subsystem
Fax card in the fax subsystem
Safety isolation
Safety-protection circuitry
Data path
Hook state
Downstream device detection
Hook switch control
Ring detect
Line current control
Billing- (metering-) tone filters
Fax page storage in flash memory
Stored fax pages
Advantages of flash memory storage
USB Flash Drive

2. SOLVE PROBLEMS
Solve problems checklist
Menu map
Troubleshooting process
Pre-troubleshooting checklist
Power-on checks
Tools for troubleshooting
Component diagnostics
LED diagnostics
Network LEDs
Control panel LEDs
Control-panel diagnostics
Engine Diagnostics
Engine test
Diagrams
Plug/jack locations
DC controller PCA
Locations of major components
General timing charts
General circuit diagram
Internal print-quality test pages
Interpret the Print Quality Page
Print a cleaning page
Print a cleaning page
Configuration page
Print a configuration page
Print-quality troubleshooting tools
Repetitive image defects
Calibrate the product to align the colors
Control panel menus
Setup Menu
HP Web Services
Reports menu
Self Diagnostics menu
Fax Setup menu
System Setup menu
Service menu
Network Setup menu
Quick Forms menu
Function specific menus
USB Flash Drive
Fax Menu
Copy Menu
Scan Menu
Apps
Interpret control panel messages
Control panel message types
Control panel messages
10.X00Y Supply Error
49 Error, Turn off then on
50.x Fuser Error
51.XX Error
54.XX Error
55.X Error
57 Fan Error, Turn off then on
59.X Error
79 Error Turn off then on
Black Cartridge Low
Black in wrong position
Black Very Low
Cleaning
Cyan Cartridge Low
Cyan in wrong position
Cyan Very Low
Device error, press OK
Door open
Genuine HP supply installed
Incompatible
Incorrect supplies
Install  cartridge
Invalid driver Press [OK]
Jam in Tray 1, Clear jam and then press OK
Load tray 1 Press [OK] for available media
Load Tray 1  , Press OK to use available media
Load Tray 1,   / Cleaning mode, OK to start
Magenta Cartridge Low
Magenta in wrong position
Magenta Very Low
Manual Duplex Load Tray 1, Press OK
Memory is low. Press OK
Misprint, Press OK
Print failure, press OK. If error repeats, turn off then on
Rear door open
Remove shipping lock from  cartridge
Remove shipping locks from cartridges
Replace
Supplies low
Unexpected size in tray 1 Load  Press [OK]
Unsupported  Press [OK] to continue
Used  in use
Used  installed, to accept press OK
Used supplies in use
Yellow Cartridge Low
Yellow in wrong position
Yellow Very Low
Event-log messages
Clear jams
Jam locations
Clear jams from the document feeder
Clear jams in the paper input tray
Clear jams from the output bin
Clear jams from the rear door
Solve paper-handling problems
The product picks up multiple sheets of paper
The product does not pick up paper
Solve image quality problems
Use the correct paper type setting in the printer driver
Change the paper type setting for Windows
Change the paper type setting for Mac
Adjust color settings in the printer driver
Change the color theme for a print job
Change the color options
Use paper that meets HP specifications
Print a cleaning page
Calibrate the product to align the colors
Check the toner cartridges
Print the Supplies Status page
Inspect the print cartridge for damage
Repeating defects
Use the printer driver that best meets your printing needs
Solve performance problems
Factors affecting print performance
Print speeds
The product does not print or it prints slowly
The product does not print
The product prints slowly
Solve product connectivity problems
Solve direct-connect problems
Solve network problems
Poor physical connection
The computer is using the incorrect IP address for the product
The computer is unable to communicate with the product
The product is using incorrect link and duplex settings for the network
New software programs might be causing compatibility problems
The computer or workstation might be set up incorrectly
The product is disabled, or other network settings are incorrect
Solve wireless network problems
Wireless connectivity checklist
The control panel displays the message: The wireless feature on this product has been turned off
The product does not print after the wireless configuration completes
The product does not print, and the computer has a third-party firewall installed
The wireless connection does not work after moving the wireless router or product
Cannot connect more computers to the wireless product
The wireless product loses communication when connected to a VPN
The network does not appear in the wireless networks list
The wireless network is not functioning
Service mode functions
Secondary service menu
Open the secondary service menu
Secondary service menu structure
Product resets
Restore the factory-set defaults
NVRAM initialization
Solve fax problems
Fax troubleshooting checklist
Solve problems receiving faxes
The fax does not respond
The fax has a dedicated phone line
An answering machine is connected to the product
A telephone handset is connected to the product
The Answer Mode setting is set to the Manual setting
Voice mail is available on the fax line
The product is connected to a DSL phone service
The product uses a fax over IP or VoIP phone service
An error message displays on the control panel
The No fax detected. message displays
The Communication error. message displays
The Fax storage is full. message displays
The Fax is busy. message displays
A fax is received but does not print
The Private Receive feature is on
Sender receives a busy signal
A handset is connected to the product
A phone line splitter is being used
No dial tone
Fax cuts off or prints on two pages
Solve problems sending faxes
An error message displays on the control panel
The Communication error. message displays
No dial tone
The Fax is busy. message displays
The No fax answer. message displays
Document feeder paper jam
The Fax storage is full. message displays
Scanner error
The control panel displays a Ready message with no attempt to send the fax . 124
The control panel displays the message “Storing page 1” and does not
progress beyond that message
Faxes can be received, but not sent
Unable to use fax functions from the control panel
Unable to use speed dials
Unable to use group dials
Receive a recorded error message from the phone company when trying to
send a fax
Unable to send a fax when a phone is connected to the product
Solve fax performance problems
Faxes are sending slowly
Fax quality is poor
Solve DSL problems
Cannot send or receive a fax on a PBX line
Product updates

Appendix A: Service and support
Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement
HP’s Premium Protection Warranty: LaserJet print cartridge limited warranty statement
Data stored on the print cartridge
End User License Agreement
OpenSSL
Customer support
Repack the product

Appendix B: Product specifications
Physical specifications
Power consumption, electrical specifications, and acoustic emissions
Environmental specifications

Appendix C: Regulatory information
FCC regulations
Environmental product stewardship program
Protecting the environment
Ozone production
Power consumption
Paper use
Plastics
HP LaserJet print supplies
Return and recycling instructions
United States and Puerto Rico
Multiple returns (more than one cartridge)
Single returns
Shipping
Non-U.S. returns
Paper
Material restrictions
Disposal of waste equipment by users in private households in the European Union
Chemical substances
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
For more information
Declaration of conformity
Declaration of conformity (wireless model)
Certificate of Volatility
Safety statements
Laser safety
Canadian DOC regulations
VCCI statement (Japan)
Power cord instructions
Power cord statement (Japan)
EMC statement (Korea)
Laser statement for Finland
GS statement (Germany)
Substances Table (China)
Restriction on Hazardous Substances statement (Turkey)
Additional statements for telecom (fax) products
EU Statement for Telecom Operation
New Zealand Telecom Statements
Additional FCC statement for telecom products (US)
Telephone Consumer Protection Act (US)
Industry Canada CS-03 requirements
Additional statements for wireless products
FCC compliance statement United States
Australia statement
Brazil ANATEL statement
Canadian statements
European Union regulatory notice
Notice for use in France
Notice for use in Russia
Korean statement
Taiwan statement
INDEX

Number of pages: 308.