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CB388A P4014 P4015 P4515 Maintenance Kit

CB388A P4014 P4015 P4515 Maintenance Kit CB388-67903


CB388A P4014 P4015 P4515 Maintenance Kit Contents

(1) Fuser Unit CB506-67901
(1) Transfer Roller CB506-67903
(10) Feed/Separation Rollers RM1-0037




Common error codes that replacing the fuser will fix are:

50.11 fuser. error 50.1 fuser error 50.2 fuser error 50.3 fuser error 50.4 fuser error 50.5 fuser error 50.7 fuser error 50.8 fuser error 50.9 fuser error. "Replace Fuser" Error



  • Power: 110v
  • Original Mfr/Compatible : Compatible
  • Service Level: Exchange
  • Alternative Description : Fixing Assembly
  • Condition : Equivalent To New
  • Shipping Weight : 3 lb 7 oz
  • Shipping Dimensions : 15.6" x 8.8" x 5.2"
  • Country of Origin : USA
  • Machine Section : Fuser 
  • UPC Code :  845282077865
  • Alternate Manufacturer part numbers: HP CB506-67901 RM1-4554-000CN
  • Print Yield 225000 pages


Fits these models:

HP LaserJet P4014
HP LaserJet P4014dn
HP LaserJet P4014n
HP LaserJet P4015dn
HP LaserJet P4015n
HP LaserJet P4015tn
HP LaserJet P4015x
HP LaserJet P4515n
HP LaserJet P4515tn
HP LaserJet P4515x
HP LaserJet P4515xm


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CB388A P4014 P4015 P4515 Maintenance Kit

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  • Service Note for HP LaserJet P4014 P4015 P4515 Fuser Assembly Replacement


    DO NOT INSTALL OR REMOVE FUSER BEFORE TURNING POWER OFF. Failure to power down before installing or removing fuser will void warranty 

    Your HP P4014/P4015/P4515 fuser has been built to the highest quality standards. If you are experiencing problems with this fuser (jams noises poor print quality etc.) please observe the following:


    If the fusers sleeve does not spin when you manually turn the gear please do not assume that the fuser will not run in the printer. At room temperature the grease applied inside the sleeve thickens and may actually prevent the sleeve from spinning. When the fuser is installed and run in the printer the grease will heat up and attain proper viscosity.


    If you continue to experience paper jams after replacing the fuser replace the feed/separation separation rollers (one in the paper tray and two in the bottom of the printer) and three MP tray rollers. Ensure that the paper you are printing on is within the specifications allowed by HP. For tray one/MP tray the paper must be between 16lb and 54lb. For trays two to six the paper must be between 16lb and 36lb.



    If your printer's motors and fans run continually without printing any pages and with PROCESSING JOB displayed on the control panel along with a possible 41.08 ERROR the printer's firmware may need to be upgraded. Firmware versions lower than 04.060.7 will exhibit this problem and can be resolved by visiting and downloading and

    installing the current firmware revision. 


    HP P4014 4015 4515 Firmware Upgrade Instructions


    Other Symptoms Of Outdated Firmware

    • Jamming without cause
    • # 49.xx errors
    • Printer stays in "Processing Job" and is slow to print or never actually prints
    • Poor fusing/ poor images quality


    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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