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I have an printer Laser jet HP P2055d the problem is 59.f0 error i need every body help thank you


This is a hardware problem, time for a new printer, below are the causes for this error:
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  2. Sensor SR17 (primary transfer-roller-disengagement) is bad.
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I receive 59.fo on my HP color laserjet 3425dn


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When i sand a test page the printer show an error 59.f0 what can i do


Pull the transfer unit out, and turn the white gear on the side. Not the one that turns the transfer belt--the one that causes the belt to push up against the toner cartridges. If the gear turns somewhat freely (it's not stuck), then reseat the transfer unit and see if the error goes away.

More comprehensive troubleshooting guide is here:
http://www.partsondemand.co.nz/uploads/97806/files/Feb_14_59.F0_error_Tech_Talk.pdf

But if it passes all the "checks" and you still have the error, check this out:
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If it helps, I solved the error 59.F0 blowing on the sensors that are on the outer side (right door) under the edge of the transfer belt. You must remove the fuser and transfer. To locate the place to blow, craft and close the door stations toners, we see a long plastic slide guide in the machine with the door movement. Must blow into the small holes that are filled with dust with compressed dry air.
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The primary transfer-alienation motor has experienced an error.
1. Check to ensure the ITB is installed correctly.
2. Run a sensor test to verify that the primary transfer disengagement roller is functioning. If not replace the sensor (SR17).
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All the book says is that one of the motors had a problem.
Power it off for at least 30 seconds. Power back on.
Make sure you are not using a surge protector.
Put the power cord directly into the wall outlet.

I just checked the manual for another printer and the 59.f0
could be the ITB. Make sure that it is seated correctly. If you have
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