Is your HP printer facing an error named 59.F0 ? Here, we will be discussing the error 59.F0, the causes behind this error and how to fix HP Printer Error 59.F0
What is HP Printer Error 59.F0 ?
This error happens when there is a problem in the internal motor of the printer. The main reason behind this error is the failure in transfer alienation. Transfer alienation failure means a situation where the ITB is stuck and cannot rotate. Another possible reason behind printer error 59.F0 is the issue with the SR9 sensor. This sensor plays a primary role in the transfer-roller-disengagement sensor which is otherwise known as Sensor K.
Before you do any serious fixing, try the simplest technique to solve the problem. If you are lucky enough, it should get solved; otherwise, you will have to opt for more complicated procedures.
Method 1: Reset the printer:
- Reset the printer settings.
- Remove the Surge Protector
If the problems remain unresolved, then move on to the next method.
Method 2: Reset the ITB:
- Reset the ITB
- Now, check the internal connections of ITB such as the connection between ITB and a transfer-roller-disengagement sensor located at connector J19 and the connection between ITB and DC controller PCA also known as connector J128.
Method 3: Test the ITB:
- If the error still persists, then you should remove the ITB completely and then test the ITB gear and the flag manually. How to do this?
- Rotate the gear and check for any fluctuation in the flag when you turn the white gear.
- If the flag is found to be damaged, then it is high time to replace the ITB.
- But what if the flag and ITB gear is working perfectly? Check for the Sensor SR9. For this, you will have to follow the following steps to do the Manual Sensor test.
- Remove the ITB gear, locate the Sensor SR9 located inside the ITB cavity and browse the control panel.
- Press the ‘Home’ button and press the down arrow to highlight the diagnostics menu.
- Click on the okay button and select the Manual Sensor Test and click OK.
- Check inside the ITB cavity and release the SR9 flag and check the display for the sensor response when you press the flag. The sensor should toggle between 0 and 1. If the toggle does not happen, then you need to get the sensor replaced.
Method 4: Contact HP Technical Help
If all the previous methods fail, then only this option is left for you. Contact the customer care service. HP has an excellent team of highly qualified professionals who can diagnose the problem quickly and make the necessary corrections. They are always ready to face any technical query you have and provide relevant solutions. There are multiple phone lines which you can use to contact them, or you can also email them if you want to attach pictures or videos of the problem so that the matter is very clear to them.