The 49.4 c02 service error is a error code that indicates a problem with the fuser assembly in the printer. This error code can be caused by a few different things, such as a defective fuser assembly, a bad power supply, or a problem with the printer's main board. This error code can be fixed by replacing the fuser assembly, power supply, or main board.
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1. Restart your printer
- Back up your printer's configuration files.
- Reset your printer's firmware.
- Restart your printer.
- Check the printer's status.
- If the printer's status is still 49.4 c02 service error, reset the printer's printhead.
2. Check for printer updates
- Click on the Start button.
- Type "services.msc" into the search box and press Enter.
- Once the Services window is open, double-click on the "Print" service.
- On the "Print Service Status" window, click on the "Check for Updates" button.
- If there are any updates available, they will be listed in the "Update Available" section. Click on the "Update Now" button to install the updates.
- After the updates are installed, click on the "Restart" button to restart the Print service.
- If the problem still occurs, please contact your system administrator for further assistance.
3. Clean the print head
- Open the cover of the printer and remove the print head.
- Clean the print head using a soft cloth and a mild solution of soap and water.
- Replace the print head and close the cover of the printer.
- Turn on the printer.
4. Replace the ink cartridges
- Remove the cover (1) of the ink cartridges. The cover is held on by four Phillips screws (2).
- Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws (2).
- Lift the cover (1) and remove the ink cartridges.
- Replace the ink cartridges with new ones.
- Replace the cover (1) and screws (2).
5. Check the paper feed
- Clean the paper feed sensor
- Replace the paper feed sensor
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Run the printer diagnostic tool
- Adjust the paper size
- Perform a factory reset