Question about HP LaserJet Pro 400 M401N Laser Printer
Getting error 59.9
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For those users who are having a problem with the printer motor, this C level problem is referred to as 'developing disengaging motor rotation error'. Most likely, this problem points to an issue with the function of the DC controller: either it has failed or it has affected the developing disengaging assembly. The solution is quite simple and the user may fix the error in a matter of few steps.
The first step is to reconnect the J16 connectors that are used for the developing disengaging motor to the J1100 connectors that are used for the DC controller PCB (that is the printer circuit board of the DC controller). After connecting these two connectors to each other, the user must replace the developing disengaging drive assembly directly.
The final step is to replace the DC controller PCB, after which the printer is to be recalibrated. for more information....
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
If you haven't taken your printer apart, somehow the "cams" in the developer drive assembly worked their way out of alignment.
Somebody trained is going to have to align and calibrate the main drive assembly.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
SOURCE: 59.C0 Error on hp color
The connectors in the primary transfer roller engaging motor drive signal line are not connected properly. Reseat the motor connector J5005 and the DC controller PCB connector J1014.
2. Faulty primary transfer roller engaging motor. Replace the motor.
3. Faulty DC controller PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB.
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Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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If turning the printer off and on again
does not resolve the 59.00 or 59.A0
error, remove and reinstall the image
Post back if this does not resolve the error.
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