Is your HP printer facing an error called 59.F0? Here, we will be discussing the error 59.F0, the causes behind such an error and how to fix HP Printer Error 59.F0
What is HP Printer Error 59.F0?
This error occurs when there is a problem with the internal printer engine. The major reason for this error is the failure of the move alienation. Transfer alienation failure means a situation in which the ITB is stuck and can not rotate. Another possible reason for error 59.F0 is the SR9 sensor problem. This sensor plays a primary role in the transfer-roller-disconnect sensor, otherwise known as Sensor K.
Before you do some serious fixing, find the easiest way to solve the problem. If you’re lucky enough, it should be resolved; otherwise, you’ll have to opt for more complicated procedures.
Method 1: Reset the printer:
- Reset your printer settings.
- Remove the Surge Protector
If the issues remain unresolved, move to the next method.
Method 2: Reset the ITB:
- Reset the ITB
- Now, verify the internal connections of the ITB, such as the connection between the ITB and the transfer roller disconnect sensor located on the J19 connector and the connection between the ITB and the DC controller PCA, also known as the J128 connector.
Method 3: Test the ITB:
- If the error persists, you should remove the ITB entirely and test the ITB gear and flag manually. How do you do this?
- Rotate the gear and check for any fluctuations in the flag when you turn the white gear.
- If the flag is found to be damaged, it is high time that the ITB was replaced.
- But what if the flag and the ITB gear are working correctly? Check for the SR9 sensor. To do so, you will need to follow the following steps to check the Manual Sensor.
- Remove the ITB gear, locate the SR9 sensor inside the ITB cavity, and browse the control panel.
- Click the Home button and click the down arrow to show the Diagnostics menu.
- Click the OK button and select the Manual Sensor Test and click OK.
- Check the inside of the ITB cavity and release the SR9 flag and check the sensor response when you click the flag. The sensor will toggle between 0 and 1. If the toggle doesn’t happen, you need to replace the sensor.
Method 4: Contact HP Technical Help
If all previous methods fail, only this choice is left to you. Please contact the customer service department. HP has an outstanding team of highly qualified specialists who can quickly diagnose the issue and make the necessary corrections. We are always ready to respond to any technical queries you may have and to provide relevant solutions. There are multiple phone lines that 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.