Question about HP LaserJet 5550dtn Printer
This code means there is a Cyan Cartridge motor error. The most common cause of this error is the Cyan Toner/Drum cartridge is binding up and causing the motor to stop turning. I would try removing then re-installing the Cyan cartridge first and see if it goes away. If not then replace the Cyan cartridge with a new cartridge. If the problem persists then there is a problem with the drive assembly for the Cyan cartridge.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same error, I had to take the left side cover off, (looking at the front of the machine) and found a small piece of paper that ended up right in the middle of a sensor flag! Of ALL the places to land. I pulled it out, it worked, end of problem! When you get the side cover off, the sensor flag is located in the middle/bottom of the printer. Hope this helps, happy fixin'.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
If you scanner error 5 or printer hangs at scanner bulb warming up than the issue is with Scanning Assembly inside the printer and it is hardware issue.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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. get more information and help for Printer Error Code 59 c0
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
i have many times working on this printer and i always experience this problem...i think this problem is disalignment of the main gear...check the gear if its on the alignment and its work for me and the problem never comes back
Posted on Oct 19, 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
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