HP LaserJet 9040 Printer Review

HP LaserJet 9040 Printer

The HP LaserJet 9000 was a leader printer for use in high volume applications. It included a high print speed, which was mainstream. The 9000 was, in any case, had a few issues that ought not out of the ordinary of any printer without a legitimate antecedent. The LaserJet 9040 and 9050 are HP's followups to the LaserJet 9000, the last of which will be talked about in more detail beneath.

The 9050 fixed various issues that the 9000 had, and it is what we consider when somebody asks "What is an issue free printer?". It performs likewise quick with a print speed of 55 ppm. The 9000 had issues with its DC controllers, and the fuser would grow level spots from sitting excessively long similarly situated. The 9050 fixed both of these issues, the last by essentially rolling the fuser intermittently. Little, presence of mind changes like that imprint the 9050, things you wouldn't see except if you look.

The 9000 arrangement of printers all have a paper jam recognition system on the fuser. The paper jam locator worked by distinguishing the nearness of paper folded over the fuser utilizing a solenoid. The DC controller applies a voltage over the solenoid and the fuser, and distinguishes the electrical opposition between the two. In the event that a sheet of paper is there, the obstruction is higher, and you have a paper jam. The old DC controller would frequently demonstrate false mistakes, yet the enhanced one performs much better. In the 9000 assistance manual, a portion of the fan mistakes and fan part numbers recorded are inaccurate. This also was additionally remedied in the 9050 assistance manual (and the 9040's too, on the off chance that you were pondering).

One issue we had would have liked to see improved in the update was the fuser lights coming up short. The fuser in the 9000 arrangement has two lights; if the two lights aren't warming, you will get a 50.2 mistake as you could anticipate from some other printer. The catch is that if just a single light is warming, you don't get a mistake, the printer just sets aside a long effort to heat up (10-20 minutes, rather than 1-2 minutes). This can be brought about by a terrible fuser (one light wore out), or an awful power supply (the LVPS just controlling one light). This didn't change in the 9050, however we have seen the issue considerably more every now and again on the 9000.

The majority of the printers in the 9000 arrangement utilize the C8543X toner cartridge. The toner retails at $302.93 and has a yield of 30,000 pages at 5% inclusion, which turns out to 0.0101 pennies per page. When utilizing the post-retail cartridge, accessible at $129.00, that cost boils down to 0.0043 pennies per page.

These assessments utilize the business standard 5% inclusion model, and just give toner costs. The reseller's exchange cartridge cost was determined utilizing our client valuing, accessible by telephone, or in our online list.


The 9050 is the thing that you ought to anticipate from a subsequent printer. It fixes a great deal of the issues it ancestor has, and performs similarly well. We saw this printer as simple to use, just as truly solid. You may hope to get a couple of paper jams, however most likely not on the off chance that you change the pickup rollers on a regular basis. In this way, with everything taken into account, in the event that you have a LaserJet 9000 and are cautious about getting the fresher LaserJet 9050 – don't be. You may wind up with much less migraines.


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