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nik_1979
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59.C0 error

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LaserJet Pro 200 MFP M276nw
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I received the 59.C0 error and cannot print.  I am connected directly to a wall outlet.  I have tried unplugging and plugging in several times.  I have attempted pulling all toner cartridges out of the printer.  In all cases, the 59.C0 error occurs at power-on.

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east2100
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It's caused by so called sticky solenoid which seat behind formatter, ADF......

Not so easy to get to it. You need to take out ADF,left,right,upper case.... first.

 

http://westhillprinters.blogspot.com/2011/12/sticky-solenoids.html

It controls black color and the other three colors (at the same time)to work with each other.

But because of sticky problem you got 59.C0 error.

 

What you need to do is to resolve the sticky solenoid issue.

Not an easy job to do but it's not so difficult either.

No need to really take apart everything before you to get to it .

 

What you really need to do is making a piece of V shape of paper its dimention maybe is 0.3 * 1.2 cm.

And find some ways to insert it into and between the solenoid's two metals to prevent the sticky issues happens again.

It will always has a small hole between gears and plastics. Find it out and insert the V shape paper into it. 

After done that you will be fine.

 

You need a thin paper don't make it too thick!

 

 

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