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HP M601 M602 M603 Maintenance Kit

What is a Maintenance Kit? 

Worn roller padding, paper dust and abrasive toner can reduce print quality and cause paper jams as well as premature wearing on gears. The Preventive Maintenance Kit contains the parts recommended by the OEM that should be changed periodically to prevent downtime of the printer. 

 

The Standard M601 M602 M603 Maintenance Kit Contains:

Specifications

Price: $$

UPC Code: 886111320141 

Weight 6 lbs

Power 110 volt

Availability: In Stock

Supports Factory Warranty: Yes

Maintenance Kit Manufacture Part Numbers

For Use in the Following Printer Models

HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M601dn
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M601n
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M602dn
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M602n
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M602x
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M603dn
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M603n
HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M603xh

HP LaserJet Enterprise P4034

HP LaserJet Enterprise P4035

When Should a Maintenance Kit Be Replaced?

On the HP M601 M602 M603 Laser Printers the OEM recommends replacing the maintenance kit every 225,000 pages or as needed. 

 

What Types of Maintenance Kits Are There?

  • Original Equipment Manufacturer (Highest PriceHighest Quality) comes from the original equipment manufacturer. It may or may now be new.

  • Equivalent To New - (Competitive Price - Excellent Quality) Comes from a reputable manufacture that uses the OEM core and replaces worn components. Like new!

  • Aftermarket- (Moderate Price - Moderate Quality) Comes from Asian sources, It may or may now be new.

 

More Options

  • With OEM rollers- The rollers in the maintenance kit are OEM original equipment manufacturer. (Highest PriceHighest Quality)

  • With Aftermarket Rollers- The rollers in the maintenance kit are from an  Asian importer. (Competitive Price - Excellent Quality) 

Installation and Replacement Instructions

 

------------- WARNING: Printer Parts May Be Hot -------------
Turn the printer off, unplug it, and allow it to sit for 30 minutes before

performing these maintenance procedures. Removing or replacing parts when the printer is turned on will harm the device irrevocably. 

Transfer Roller Removal and Replacement

  1. Open toner access door and tray 1.

  2. Remove toner cartridge.

  3. Lift the gear (left side) of the transfer roller up.

  4. Slide to the left and remove.

  5. Slide right side of replacement roller into right bushing.

  6. Align left side collar making sure the open end is face down and push in.

CAUTION: Do not touch the surface of the transfer roller. Contact with skin can cause print quality problems..

Tray 2 Feed and Separation Roller Removal and Replacement

1. Remove the tray from the printer.
2. On the tray, lift the roller cover next to the roller.
3. Pinch the blue tab and slide the roller off the shaft.
4. Slide new roller on making sure the tab locks.
5. Locate the feed roller in the top of the tray cavity.
6. Repeat steps 3 and 4.


NOTE: The removal and replacement process are the same for the feed and separation rollers on tray 3 and the 1500 sheet feeder.

Fusing Assembly Removal and Replacement

  1. Open rear output bin/face up tray.

  2. Remove output bin from printer.

    1. Locate the left side hinge pin (there is a finger notch) squeeze the left hinge pin to the right to release it from its mounting hole.

  3. Slide the output bin to the left to remove from printer.

  4. Pinch the blue tabs on the fuser and pull fuser out of printer.

  5. Push the new fuser into the printer making sure both blue tabs lock.

  6. Install the rear output bin/face up tray and check for proper operation.


Resetting the Maintenance Count

  1. At the control panel, press the Home () button.

  2. Use the down arrow button () to select ‘ADMINISTRATION’ then press the OK button.

  3. Use the down arrow button to select ‘MANAGE SUPPLIES’ then press the OK button.

  4. Use the down arrow button to select ‘RESET SUPPLIES’ then press the OK button.

  5. Use the down arrow button to select ‘NEW MAINTENANCE KIT’ then press the OK button.

  6. Use the down arrow button to select ‘YES’ then press the OK button.

  7. The display should show ‘SETTINGS WERE SAVED SUCCESSFULLY’.

  8. Print a configuration page. Ensure the ‘Pages since last maintenance’ entry is set to zero.

Frequently Ask Questions FAQ

What is Advance Exchange?

Advance Exchange is when you order the part or kit with the promise of returning the non-functional part from the machine as your replacement core. The benefit you is get a great discount and you help the environment.

What does a M601 M602 M603 fuser do?

The fuser is one of the primary imaging components inside of laser printers. The fuser is a Teflon coated roller or film that heats up to specified temperature. Using specific pressure from a roller and heat it bonds the toner from the drum and toner cartridge onto your sheet of paper.

I Dont Want To Install This Maintenance Kit. Can I Hire Someone Do it for me?

National Printer Service Dealer Network

More Troubleshooting Help

Solving Noise Issues After Replacing The New Fuser

Be certain that both sides of the fuser are firmly locked into the printer. Listen for the two locks to snap in when you install it. If the fuser is not secured, the printer may display a “50.3 FUSER ERROR” message or you may hear a grinding noise. In either of these cases, remove the fuser and reinstall it making sure that both sides are locked in place.

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