HP LaserJet 4250
The HP LaserJet 4250 is a workgroup laser printer designed to deliver all the printing needs of small and medium-sized businesses that can produce your printouts as fast as 23 pages per minute. It is relatively small and yet offers a 1200 x 1200 dpi printing resolution for clear and crisp text and graphics. It uses Image Enhancement Technology, HP FasRes1200 to be able to produce professional-looking documents. It also uses a standard yield HP 42A toner cartridge and high-yield HP 42X toner cartridge that has a higher page yield for printer users to be able to print more documents.
Like any printers, the HP LaserJet 4250 has several printer error codes. And one of this error is the Error 10.32.00 message. This usually appears when the printer has recognized the installation of a non-original cartridge but this only occurs when the cartridge is installed. Just press the check button to clear the message.
Another error is the Error 60.02 which is caused by the lifter motor not properly lifting the tray 2 cassette of the machine. This error is either can be caused by the tray cassette or a faulty lift motor. To fix this error, you must pull out the tray 2 cassette from the machine and inspect it to know the problem. If the tray has no problem then replace the lifter motor to resolve the error 60.2 message.
The Error 79.00FE, on the other hand, will usually display on Mac OS X PCs which requires a power cycle to return it to a ready state. According to HP Support Center, “this issue is typically seen with long file names and certain web sites that will cause the issue when browsed. To alleviate this issue, ensure that you have the latest firmware for your printer which you can find at: http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html
Error 10.40.00 “will not get displayed on the printer control panel that will be logged in event log only.” This error usually indicates that at least one non-HP supply was in-use but now all the HP printer consumables are genuine HP. You don’t need anything to do about this. It only notifies you that you have used a non-HP supply from the past.
Another error is the Error 13.20 which occurs on power up when the printer thinks paper is still stuck in the paper path. As according to HP, “this error can occur if paper is stuck in the path holding down one of the paper path sensors. The error can also occur if one of the sensor flags is stuck in a down position.” It can also “be a false jam, in some cases no paper is found in the path; but the error condition is created due to a stuck sensor flag or in some cases a faulty sensor.”
For more troubleshooting procedures for HP LaserJet 4250, click on this link: http://h20565.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/psi/troubleshootResults?sp4ts.oid=412144&ac.admitted=1391561814287.876444892.492883150