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HP LaserJet M3025 MFP / M3035 MFP

Interlocks and linkages


Name
Location
Cartridge door
opening
front. Switch
SW501

Purpose
1) Cartridge
door open
detection.
2) Linkage also
allows 24VU
to be present
for the HVPS.

Fig. 0
Cartridge
presence bias
sensor

When
cartridge is in
place, the bias
connection
provides the
feedback to
determine
whether or not
the cartridge is
in place.

Under
laser/scanner
actuator

Opens laser
beam shutter
pushes on pin
in Fig. 3 on
bottom of
laser/scanner

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

HP LaserJet M5025 MFP / M3035 MFP

Pin Bottom of
laser/scanner

Opens laser
beam shutter
shutter is
spring-loaded
in closed
position
Cartridge in
place PLUS
door closed =
shutter open

Fig. 3
Memory tag
connection.
Inside front
door.

Keeps track of
the toner
cartridge
activity and
recognizes
whether or not
the cartridge is
an HP original
one.

Cartridge door
front side

Link attached
by white hinge
actuates cam,
which engages
cartridge when
the front door
closes and
disengages
when the front
door gets
opened.

Fig. 4

Fig. 5

HP LaserJet M5025 MFP / M3035 MFP

Cartridge
Cartridge drive
opening front
door

Fig. 6
Face up tray
sensor PS1.
Rear door.

Fig. 7

Determines the
paper deliver
path, either
face up or face
down. If the
rear door is
open, paper
is delivered
face up
automatically
by the
interaction of
PS1 sensor
and its
actuator
located at the
rear door.
Open door
also disables
duplexing.

HP LaserJet M5025 MFP / M3035 MFP

Stapler door
switch

Safety switch
to prevent 24V
for the stapler
are present
when the
stapler door is
open.

ADF hatch
cover Sensor

Determines
when the ADF
cover is open
or close.

ADF Presence
of paper.
Inside ADF
pickup area.

Determines
when paper is
placed at the
ADF to be
copied.

Fig. 8

Fig. 9

Fig. 10

HP LaserJet M5025 MFP / M3035 MFP

Paper length
sensor.
Inside the ADF
pickup area.

It determines
the length of
the paper
being fed
through the
ADF in order
to pick the
right paper
size from the
trays.

Flatbed/ADF
Switch.

To feedback
the system
when the ADF
gets open to
copy from the
glass.

Fig. 11

Top left corner


of the scanner
assembly.

Fig. 12