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I have a P3015 that stops at 6/6 and A/F The printer does do a motor test when turned on Removed toner cartridge Removed all extra memory removed 2nd feed tray disconnected from network Performed a cold reset I can't do any print out tests because the printer never completes post Any thoughts ?? Just wondering why HP would put what the initialization steps do in the manual as well - different topic though Thanks for the help
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I have a boot indicator file and this is what it says for errors in stages 5 and/or 6

 

5 or 6
A
B
C
D
E
F

 

1. If JetDirect Card is installed -- Remove JetDirect Card -- Power Cycle

2. If Internal JDI -- Remove Network Cable -- Power Cycle

3. If none of the above -- Remove all USB devices and Power Cycle -- Remove Internal Hard Disk and Power Cycle -- Remove External Hard Disk and Power Cycle --

Attempt a Hard Disk Initialize --

Attempt a NVRAM Initialize --

Attempt a "Skipping Disk Load"

 

This applies to:

 

P4015_04.060.1
CP6015_04.050.1
CP3505_03.060.1
P3005_02.080.1
CLJ4700_46.120.1
CP4005_46.120.1
CLJ5550_07.130.3
CP3525_06.040.1
P3015_07.040.3
CP4525_07.020.3
CP4025_07.020.3

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Nice job - the NVRAM reset worked I had a print job creating a 49.4c error and never saw one screw up the whole printer before
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