|Help!! 9815: Mad at the printer, 9825: Mad at the fan!|
Message #1 Posted by Etienne Victoria on 29 Oct 2005, 10:23 a.m.
Hello Tony & al,
I apologize for asking 2 questions in one topic but maybe you can help save my household!!!
Repairing a 9815 & 9825, I've done the usual job (screw posts under PSU, gummy wheel replacement...) on both calcs.
However, before closing the lid, I've got 2 remaining problems :
- The 9815 keeps on printing the error messages and the printer is not especially quiet: I know this is by design but is it Ok if I insert an additional switch on the printer power supply wires to keep it silent when I want to ???
- The 9825 fan is producing a tremendous noise even after carefully taking into parts, greasing the axis, inspecting the fan cavity for frictions : the noise seems to come from inside the motor: does anybody know the specs of this fan for me to replace it with a new one ?? I intend to use the fans sold for today's PCs.
I surely won't disconnect the fan due to the amount of electronics warming up inside!!
Having read the maintenance manuals for both machines, I found the Hp part numbers but not the specs.
Heeeeelp, my wife doesn't want me to keep noisy calcs anywhere in our parisian flat!!!
Warm (even with the fan :-) greetings to all and thanks in advance!!!