HP LaserJet Pro M101 M106 / LaserJet Pro MFP M129 M134 Service Manual and Parts List Manual


This Service Manual contain: Repair Manual and Troubleshooting Manual HP LaserJet Pro M101 M106 / LaserJet Pro MFP M129 M134.
Accurate and concise text, combined with detailed illustrations, lists of error code, instruction and diagrams, guide you through procedure of repair, remediate, maintenance and adjustments your copier, printer or scanner.
Format of the manual: PDF, makes it easy to navigate, instant download and print. English language.
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Content for REPAIR MANUAL:
1) REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
For additional service and support
Removal and replacement strategy
Introduction
Considerations during removal and replacement
Electrostatic discharge
Required tools
Fasteners used in this printer
Service approach
Before performing service
After performing service
Post-service test
Removal and replacement procedures
Customer self-repair (CSR) A parts and assemblies
Removal and replacement: External panels, covers, and doors
Removal and replacement: Internal parts and assemblies
Removal and replacement: Accessories

2) PARTS AND DIAGRAMS
For additional service and support
Assembly locations
SFP printer views
MFP printer views
Order parts, accessories, and supplies
Ordering
Orderable parts
Supplies
Customer self-repair parts
How to use the parts lists and diagrams
Integrated scanner assembly (ISA) and image scanner (IS)
Integrated scanner assembly (ISA)
Image scanner (IS)
Covers
Covers (SFP models)
Covers (MFP models)
Internal components, printer base
Internal components, printer base (1 of 2; SFP)
Internal components, printer base (2 of 2; SFP)
Internal components, printer base (1 of 2; MFP)
Internal components, printer base (2 of 2; MFP)
Alphabetical parts list
Numerical parts list

INDEX

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Content for TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL:
1) THEORY OF OPERATION
Related documentation and software
Basic operation
Sequence of operation
Formatter-control system
Sleep delay
Printer job language (PJL)
Printer management language (PML)
Control panel
Wireless
Low end data model (LEDM) overview
Advanced control language (ACL) overview
CPU
Input/output (I/O)
USB
USB hosts
10/100 networking
Fax
Memory
Firmware
Nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM)
Flash memory
Random access memory
HP Memory Enhancement technology (MEt)
Engine-control system
DC controller
Motor control
Low-voltage power supply
Overcurrent/overvoltage protection
Low-voltage power supply failure detection
High-voltage power supply
High-voltage power supply circuits
Fuser control
Fuser control functions
Fuser heater protection
Engine laser scanner system
Laser scanner failure detection
Safety
Image-formation process
Step 1: Pre-exposure
Step 2: Primary charging
Step 3: Laser-beam exposure
Step 4: Development
Step 5: Transfer
Step 6: Separation
Step 7: Fusing
Step 8: Drum cleaning
Toner cartridges
Design
Engine pickup, feed, and delivery system
Sensors and switches
Motors and solenoids
Jam detection/prevention
Scanning and image capture system (MFP printers)
Motor and sensors
Document feeder system (MFP printers)
Document feeder simplex operation
Fax functions and operation (fax models only)
Computer and network security features
PSTN operation
Receive faxes when you hear fax tones
Distinctive ring function
Set up the distinctive ring function
Fax by using voice over IP (VOIP) 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 or metering tone filters
Fax page storage in flash memory
Stored fax pages
Advantages of flash memory storage

2) SOLVE PROBLEMS
For additional service and support
Troubleshooting process
Determine the problem source
Pre-troubleshooting checklist
Troubleshooting flowchart
Power subsystem
Power-on checks
Control panel checks
Tools for troubleshooting
Individual component diagnostics
Tools for troubleshooting: LED diagnostics
Network LEDs (network models)
Control-panel LEDs
Change the link speed setting (network models)
Tools for troubleshooting: Engine diagnostics
Engine test
Drum rotation test check
Diagrams
Diagrams: Block diagrams
Sensors and switches (image formation system; printer base)
Cross section diagrams
Diagrams: Printed circuit assembly (PCA) connector locations
Engine controller PCA
Formatter PCA
Diagrams: External plug and port locations
Diagrams: Locations of major components
Major components (printer base)
Diagrams: Timing chart
Diagrams: Circuit diagrams
Use advanced configuration with HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) and HP Device Toolbox (Windows)
Internal test and information pages
Print the configuration report
Print a configuration report from an LED control panel
Print the configuration report from a 2-line control panel
Print the configuration report from a touchscreen control panel
Finding important information on the configuration report
Control panel menus
Setup menu
HP Web Services menu
Reports menu
Self Diagnostics menu
Fax Setup menu (fax models)
System Setup menu
Network Setup menu
Quick Forms menu
Function specific menus
Fax Menu (fax models)
Copy menu (MFP models)
Scan menu (MFP models)
Apps
Supplies
Control panel message document (CPMD)
Control-panel message types
Control-panel messages and event log entries
Control Panel Error Messages (M102w, M104a/w, M106w models)
Control Panel Error Messages (M130a, M132a, M133a, M134a models)
Control Panel Error Messages (M130nw/fn/fw, M132nw/snw/fn/fp/fw, M133fn, M134fn models)
Improve print quality
Print from a different software program
Check the paper-type setting for the print job
Check the paper type setting (Windows)
Check the paper type setting (OS X)
Check toner-cartridge status (M101/M106)
Check toner-cartridge status (M129/M134)
Clean the printer (M101/M106)
Print a cleaning page
Clean the printer (M129/M134)
Print a cleaning page
Visually inspect the toner cartridge and imaging drum
Check paper and the printing environment
Step one: Use paper that meets HP specifications
Step two: Check the environment
Check paper and the printing environment
Step one: Use paper that meets HP specifications
Step two: Check the environment
Check other print job settings
Check the EconoMode settings
Use the HP Embedded Web Server (EWS) to improve print quality
Print quality troubleshooting guide
Image defects table
Product specific image defects
Repetitive image defect ruler
Print quality troubleshooting guide
Improve copy and scan image quality (M129/M134)
Introduction
Check the scanner glass for dirt and smudges
Check the paper settings
Optimize for text or pictures
Edge-to-edge copying
Clean the printer
Print a cleaning page (M101/M106)
Print a cleaning page (M129/M134)
Clean the pickup roller and separation pad
Clean the pickup rollers and separation pad in the document feeder
Check the scanner glass and white backing for dirt or smudges
Clean the ADF replaceable film assembly
Clean the touchscreen
Solve paper-handling problems
Printer feeds incorrect page size
Printer pulls from incorrect tray
Printer will not duplex or duplexes incorrectly
Paper does not feed from the input tray
Output is curled or wrinkled
Printer does not pick up paper or misfeeds
The printer does not pick up paper
The printer picks up multiple sheets of paper
The document feeder jams, skews, or picks up multiple sheets of paper (MFP models)
Paper does not feed automatically
Clear paper jams (M101/M106)
Introduction
Paper path jam sensor locations (M101/M106)
Paper jam locations
Experiencing frequent or recurring paper jams?
Clear paper jams in the input tray
Clear paper jams in the toner-cartridge area
Clear paper jams in the output bin
Clear paper jams (M129/M134)
Introduction
Paper path jam sensor locations (M129/M134)
Paper jam locations
Experiencing frequent or recurring paper jams?
Clear paper jams in the input tray
Clear paper jams in the toner-cartridge area
Clear paper jams in the output bin
Clear paper jams in the document feeder (document feeder models only)
Solve performance problems
Solve connectivity problems
Solve USB connection problems
Solve wired network problems
Introduction
Poor physical connection
The computer is using the incorrect IP address for the printer
The computer is unable to communicate with the printer
The printer is using incorrect link speed settings for the network
New software programs might be causing compatibility problems
The computer or workstation might be set up incorrectly
The printer is disabled, or other network settings are incorrect
Service mode functions
Service menu (M129/M134)
Secondary service menu
Printer resets
Restore the factory-set defaults
NVRAM initialization
Super NVRAM initialization
Solve fax problems (fax models only)
Checklist for solving fax problems
Perform a fax diagnostic test
Solve general fax problems
Faxes are sending slowly
Print quality of a photo is poor or prints as a gray box
Fax quality is poor
You touched the Cancel button to cancel a fax, but the fax was still sent
No fax address book button displays
Not able to locate the fax settings in HP Web Jetadmin
The header is appended to the top of the page when the overlay option is enabled
A mix of names and numbers is in the recipients box
A one-page fax prints as two pages
A document stops in the document feeder in the middle of faxing
The volume for sounds coming from the fax accessory is too high or too low
Use fax over VoIP networks
Solve problems receiving faxes
Solve problems sending faxes
Fax error messages on the control panel
The No Fax Detected message displays
The Communication error message appears
No Dial Tone
The Fax is busy message appears
The No fax answer message appears
Document feeder paper jam
The Fax storage is full message appears
Scanner error
The control panel displays a Ready message with no attempt to send the fax
The control panel displays the message “Storing page 1” and does not progress beyond that message
Faxes can be received, but not sent
Printer is password protected
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 printer
Troubleshoot fax codes and trace reports
View and interpret fax error codes
Fax trace report
Fax logs and reports
Print all fax reports
Print individual fax reports
Set the fax error report
Set the fax-error-correction mode
Change the fax speed
Use fax on a DSL, PBX, or ISDN system
DSL
PBX
ISDN
Solve email problems (M129/M134)
Cannot connect to the email server
Validate the SMTP gateway (Windows)
Validate the LDAP gateway (Windows)
Update the firmware
Method one: Update the firmware using the control panel
Method two: Update the firmware using the Firmware Update Utility

APPENDIX A Printer specifications
Printer dimensions (M101/M106)
Printer dimensions (M129/M134)
Printer space requirements
Power consumption, electrical specifications, and acoustic emissions
Operating-environment range (M101/M106)
Operating-environment range (M129/M134)
Certificates of volatility

INDEX

HP LaserJet Pro M101-M106 M129-M134 LJ Pro LJPro M101 M106 MFP M129 M134