How to fix HP Printer Error 59?

HP Printer Error 59 is an error which can be seen causing with HP Printer at a certain period of time. When this error appears, it just stops the work happening in between. HP Printer Error 59 can be fixed. You can contact HP Printer Tech Support team for any kind of assistance to solve technical queries.

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Procedure to Fix HP Printer Error 59

1.    Begin the process by reseating the IBT.

2.    Now check the connection of primary transfer disengagement (Sensor SRg at connector J19) to the DC controller PCA (connector J128).

3.    Now remove the ITB from the unit and test the ITB gear and flag manually.

4.    Rotate the gear and check the flag to operate when the white gear turns on.

5.    If the ITB flag is broken, damaged or doesn’t move than replace it.

6.    Now check the Manual Sensor Test if the ITB gear and flag is not working.

7.    If the ITB is re-installed then remove it and locate the Sensor SRg into the ITB cavity.

8.    Press the Home button from the Control Panel.

9.    Now press the down arrow for highlighting the DIAGNOSTICS.

 Once the ITB gear and flag starts working properly test the Sensor SRg with the help of Manual Sensor Test and test the Sensor SRg flag manually.

1.    Remove the re-installed ITB and locate the Sensor SRg into the ITB cavity.

2.    Press the Home button from the Control Panel.

3.    Now press the down arrow for highlighting the DIAGNOSTICS.

4.     Press and release the flag and check the control panel display sensor response and confirm the sensor toggle between 0 and 1.

5.    Replace the sensor WG8-5696 –oooCN, if the sensor toggle is not between 0 and 1.

 Once the Sensor SRg starts working properly, perform a fuser motor by removing the fuser.

1. Now defeat the right door safety switch by inserting a stiff or folded piece of paper through masking tape to hold the switch down.

      2. Press the Home button, press the down arrow for highlighting the DIAGNOSTICS

      3. Press the OK button.

      4. Select the Component Test and press on OK.

      5. Select Fuser Motor and press OK.

6.    Checks for the Fuser Motor, if it fails then replace it.

Once the Fuser Motor starts working, bring out one more test of ITB Contact/ Alienation Test.

1.    Defeat the right door safety switch by inserting a stiff or folded piece of paper takes out the right door switch logic switch by using masking tape to hold the switch down.

2.    Press the Home button, press the down arrow for highlighting the DIAGNOSTICS

3.    Press the OK button.

4.    Select the Component Test and press on OK.

5.    Select and press OK.

6.    Select Contact/ Alienation test and press OK.

7.    In the end, check the connections again to the primary transfer disengagement sensor J19 and to the connector J128 on the DC controller PCA before reinstalling ITB. If the error still remains then the DC controller needs to be replaced.

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