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hp clj9500 59.A0 Error

My machine will display this error at startup, i check the cleaning kit and ITB and everything seems to be ok. Any ideas guys?? Thanks

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Re: hp clj9500 59.A0 Error

  1. Reseat the cleaning blade, and ITB.

  2. Defeat the Toner Bottle flag and run without a Cleaning Blade to determine if the blade is causing the motor to stop or not.

  3. Remove ITB and verify that it rotates freely.

  4. Remove back and right side skins, and cover over the ITB motor - verify that the ITB drive assembly rotates freely. Verify that the ITB motor pinion is located correctly on the motor shaft (aligned with the second gear in the train).

  5. Remove the Image Transfer Roller, and pull the white gear off of the end of it. Verify that the drive train for this roller moves freely by removing the ITB, the HVPS, and turning the registration motor by hand while watching the gear train to the T2 roller for binding.

  6. Verify signal connectors between the ITB motor and DC Controller, particularly the FFC between the Process-driver and the DC controller.

  7. Check connector on lower right hand side (nearest 2 capacitors) for a solid connection. This connector goes to the HVPS.

  8. Replace the motor assembly.

  9. Replace the DC Controller.

  10. Replace the Image Drum Drive PCB Board

     

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Re: hp clj9500 59.A0 Error

HI

 

59.A0 Error is related to ITB motor rotation error.

 

Following are the steps :

 

1)If turning the printer off and on again does not resolve the 59.00 or 59.A0 error Partially remove the ITB.

2)Turn the fly wheel on the right side to check the itb for damage and correct movement.

3)Reset the ITB and raise the green lever.

4)Use the hardware daignostic test and test for ITB motor for correct functionality.

 

Thanks

Neha Sinha

 

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Re: hp clj9500 59.A0 Error

Hello,

 

The following list offers possible solutions to your printer issue.

 

1. Reseat the cleaning blade, and ITB.

2. Defeat the Toner Bottle flag and run without a Cleaning Blade to determine if the blade is causing the motor to stop or not.

3. Remove ITB and verify that it rotates freely.

4. Remove back and right side skins, and cover over the ITB motor - verify that the ITB drive assembly rotates freely. Verify that the ITB motor pinion is located correctly on the motor shaft (aligned with the second gear in the train).

5. Remove the Image Transfer Roller, and pull the white gear off of the end of it. Verify that the drive train for this roller moves freely by removing the ITB, the HVPS, and turning the registration motor by hand while watching the gear train to the T2 roller for binding.

6. Verify signal connectors between the ITB motor and DC Controller, particularly the FFC between the Process-driver and the DC controller.

7. Check connector on lower right hand side (nearest 2 capacitors) for a solid connection. This connector goes to the HVPS.

8. Replace the motor assembly.

9. Replace the DC Controller.

10. Replace the Image Drum Drive PCB Board

 

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