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HP colorlaserjet 9500 printer giving me an error message 59.AO,please help.

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This error is caused by a rotation error on the ITB (transfer belt).

From the HP Service manual

If turning the printer off and on again

does not resolve the 59.00 or 59.A0

error, remove and reinstall the image
transfer cleaner.

Post back if this does not resolve the error.

Posted on May 21, 2011

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PRINTER ERROR
For help press
alternates with
59.XY
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To continue
turn off then on
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