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INSTRUCCINES

TCNICAS
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REMANUFACTURING
INSTRUCTIONS

REMANUFACTURAR
EL HP1505
FOR THE HP P1505
Felipe Trejo
Technical Support
Engineer

REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE HP P1505


These single-function, monochrome desktop printers, released in late 2007,
are the lowest-priced SOHO (P1005) channel laser printers ever released by
HP. They can be purchased in retail for around $150 without rebates and the
cartridges typicall sell for about $60. The cartridges are also the first to use
HPs Chemical magnetic toner.

CRITICAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS

OPC
The OEM OPC is distinct for its poor quality. The profile (uniformity
of application) of the coating is poor and it is almost certainly not
receptive to any type of re-coating applications.
OEM OPC may be re-used for 2 cycles.
Running the OEM E pattern for benchmarking will damage the
OEM drum.
MK Imaging drum does not get damaged by running E pattern
tests.
Toner
OEM product is magnetic polymerized
Aftermarket toners are conventional

TESTING METHODOLOGY RECOMMENDATIONS


OEM E pattern testing reveals an OEM drum problem, not an MK Imaging
problem. This problem will occur whether it is done on continuous or stop-start.
E Pattern Effect on Black Page

CHIPS
Messages generated in HP P1505 printer:
Cartridge with a new OEM chip.
Cartridge with a used OEM chip.
Using a new OEM chip on cartridge:
Printer will go to ready status. A message will pop on the PC monitor that says
Used Cartridge Installed Any printer repair required as result of using non-HP
supplies is not covered under warranty. This message will pop on the PC monitor
randomly when data is sent to the printer. Note: Printer will print normal, but there
will be no toner low warnings when the cartridge is low on toner.
Using a cartridge without chip:
Printer will go ready status and a message will pop o the PC monitor that says
CARTRIDGE MEMORY ERROR ON BLACK Unable to read cartridge data. Reinstall the cartridge. This message will pop on the PC monitor randomly when data
is sent to the printer. Note: Printer will print normal, but there will be no toner low
warnings when the cartridge is low on toner.

REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE HP P1505


Printers
HP P1005 15 PPM
HP P1006 17 PPM
HP P1505 24 PPM
HP P1505N 24 PPM
HP M1522N MFP 24 PPM
HP M1522NF MFP 24 PPM

Cartridge Information
CB435A 1.5K HP P1005
CB435A 1.5K HP P1006
CB436A 2K HP P1505
CB436A 2K HP P1505N
CB436A 2K HP M1522N
CB436A 2K HP M1522NF

REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE HP P1505

REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE HP P1505

REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE HP P1505


TOOLS
Phillips Screwdriver
Small Flathead Screwdriver
Utility knife
SPECIAL TOOLS
HP1505THHOLD

SUPPLIES
Dry lint-free cloth
Dry compressed air or vacuum
Padding Powder
Cotton Swab
Alcohol
Conductive Grease
Doctor Blade
Sealing Foams (2)
Replacement Seal
Fill-plug

REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE HP P1505

Step 1
Place the cartridge on a working
bench. Use a Phillips screwdriver to
remove the screw that holds the drum
bearing hub onto the cartridge.
(See photo 1)
Photo 1

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Step 2
Remove the drum bearing hub making sure not to lose the drum shutter tension
spring. Place the drum shutter spring onto the drum bearing axle.
(See photos 2 & 3)

Photo 2

Photo 3

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Step 3
While holding the cartridge handle with your left hand, grab the bottom of the
toner hopper with your right. Pull the toner hopper toward you while pushing the
waste hopper away from you (See photo 4). This will remove the toner hopper
end cap arm from the socket on the waste hopper (See photos 5 & 6). Set the
toner hopper aside.
NOTE: Be careful when separating the toner hopper. The drum can be
damaged in the process.
Photo 4

Photo 5

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Step 4
Lift the gear end of the drum up.
Rotate the drum counter-clockwise
while pulling the drum from the contact
axle (See photo 7). Place the drum in
a protected area out of the light.

Photo 7

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Step 5
Carefully lift out the PCR (See photo
8). Clean the shaft of the PCR using a
dry lint-free cloth to remove any
conductive grease. Clean the PCR
using a new dry lint-free cloth. Distilled
water can be used to clean the PCR if
needed.

Photo 8

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Step 6
Remove the two screws holding the
wiper blade (See photo 9). Remove the
wiper blade and clean the wiper blade
using dry compressed air.

Photo 9

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Step 7
Clean the waste hopper using dry compressed air or a
vacuum.

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Step 8
Apply padding powder to a new or
once-used wiper blade. Place the
blade onto the waste hopper and
install the two screws that hold the
blade in place.
(see photo 10)
Photo 10

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Step 9
Using a cotton swab, clean the PCR
saddle using alcohol. Apply new
conductive grease to the black
conductive PCR saddle. Install the
PCR.
(See photo 11)

Photo 11

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Step 10
Clean the drum axle. Apply new
conductive grease to the drum axle
using a cotton swab.
(see photo12)

Photo 12

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Step 11
Apply padding powder to a new or
once-used drum. Slide the drum onto
the contact axle while rotating the
drum counter-clockwise. Place the
drum bearing end cap onto the waste
hopper. Rotate the drum 4-5
revolutions while cleaning the PCR
using a lint-free cloth (see photo 13).
Remove the bearing end cap when
completed. Set the waste hopper
section aside.

Photo 13

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Step 12
Grab the toner hopper. Remove the two screws holding the gear housing end
cap to the toner hopper. Please note the screws that hold the end caps to the
toner hopper have locking washers, make sure these screws are used to hold
the end caps in place (see photo 14). Remove the end cap (see photo 15).
Photo 14

Photo 15

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Step 13
Remove the mag roller drive gear and
the two drive gears from the toner
hopper.
(See photo 16)

Photo 16

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Step 14
Rotate the toner hopper 180 and remove the screw that holds the contact end
cap to the toner hopper (See photo 17). Remove the contact end cap (See
photo 18).
Photo 17

Photo 18

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Step 15
Carefully lift out the mag roller (See
photo 19). Remove the mag roller
bushings and clean. Clean the mag
roller first using dry compressed air or
a vacuum, then a lint-free cloth.
Note: The mag roller magnet is not
held in place. Holding the gear end of
the mag roller up will cause the
magnet to fall out of the mag roller.

Photo 19

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Step 16
Remove the two screws that hold the
doctor blade in place (See photo 20).
Remove the white scrapers from the
ends of the doctor blade.

Photo 20

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Step 17
Insert a small flat blade screwdriver
between the doctor blade and the
toner hopper on the gear end of the
hopper (See photo 21). Pry the doctor
blade away from the toner hopper.
Clean the doctor blade using
compressed air.
Photo 21

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Step 18
Place the toner hopper into the Future
Graphics HP P1005/P1006/P1505
toner hopper holding fixture and drill
guide (HP1505THHOLD).

Photo 22

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Step 19
Lock the toner hopper into place by
pushing down the red handle.
(See photo 23)

Photo 23

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Step 20
To refill an HP P1005 or P1006
cartridge, use the left drill guide. To
refill the HP P1505 cartridge, use the
drill guide on the right (See photo 24).
Remove the cartridge from the holding
fixture and clean away any burrs or
shavings.

Photo 24

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Step 21
Using a small flat blade screwdriver,
push the seal exit port plug from the
inside of the toner hopper (See photo
25). Pull out the seal exit port plug.

Photo 25

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Step 22
Clean the toner hopper using dry compressed air.

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Step 23
Remove the doctor blade sealing
foams from both sides of the toner
hopper.
(see photo 26)

Photo 26

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Step 24
Clean the seal area using a cotton
swab.
(See photo 27)

Photo 27

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Step 25
Remove the liner form the back of the
new replacement seal. Place the seal
into the toner hopper (See photo 28).
Fold the tail of the seal over and slide
it through the seal exit port opening.

Photo 28

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Step 26
Install the seal exit port plug.
(See photo 29)

Photo 29

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Step 27
Fill the toner hopper (see photo 30). Install the fill plug (see photo 31).
Photo 30

Photo 31

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Step 28
Install new doctor blade sealing foams
to each end of the toner hopper.
(See photo 32)

Photo 32

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Step 29
Place a new or cleaned doctor blade
onto the toner hopper. Place the white
scrapers on each end of the doctor
blade and install the two screws that
hold the doctor blade.
(See photo 33)
Photo 33

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Step 30
Remove the mag roller contact from
the toner hopper contact end cap.
(See photo 34)

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Step 31
If the mag roller magnet was removed,
reinstall it into the mag roller. Place
the mag roller bushings onto the ends
of the mag roller: the black bushing on
the contact end and the white bushing
on the drive gear end. Install the mag
roller contact and bushings.
(See photo 35)

Photo 35

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Step 32
Install the mag roller onto the toner
hopper.
(See photo 36)

Photo 36

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Step 33
Place the contact end cap onto the
end of the toner hopper. Install the
screw that holds the end cap in place.
(See photo 37)

Photo 37

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Step 34
Install the mag roller drive gear onto
the mag roller. Install the two drive
gears to the end of the hopper.
(See photo 38)

Photo 38

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Step 35
Place the gear housing end cap onto
the toner hopper. Install the two screws
that hold the end cap in place.
(See photo 39)

Photo 39

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Step 36
Place a bead of toner across the
surface of the mag roller for posttesting (See photo 40). Rotate the
mag roller 5-10 revolutions to ensure
the toner is evenly distributed.

Photo 40

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Step 37
While holding the waste hopper with your left had and the toner hopper with
your right hand, align the two halves (See photos 41 & 42).

Photo 41

Photo 42

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Step 38
Once aligned, pull the waste hopper
towards you while pushing the toner
hopper away.
(See photo 43)

Photo 43

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Step 39
Using a small flat blade screwdriver,
push the toner hopper compression
spring into the correct position.
(See photo 44)

Photo 44

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Step 40
Place the drum bearing end cap onto
the end of the cartridge. Install the
screw that holds the end cap in place.
(See photo 45)

Photo 45

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Step 41
Move the drum shutter tension spring
into place.
(See photo 46)

Photo 46

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Step 42
Using a utility knife, carefully cut the
top of the rails that hold the cartridge
chip in place (See photo 47). Remove
the cartridge chip.

Photo 47

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Step 43
Install a new chip into the waste
hopper.
(See photo 48)

Photo 48