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Re: HP PRINTER LASER JET 600 ERROR 59.00.90
To help you troubleshoot the error appearing on HP printer, it is recommended to download and install 'HP Print and Scan Doctor' tool to run and diagnose the issue automatically and resolve it. Please find the link given below and follow the on screen instructions: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03286146
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For tha particular error you are facing, here is the reason. These printers have a switch that triggers an interrupt when the toner door is closed. Usually there is an arm on the door that pushes the switch. It is quite sensitive and delicate. Then sometimes there is a tab on the printer's toner and if that breaks off then that error will be generated.
But in your case as you have not removed or inserted the toner, I think option 1 is applicable to you.
This is a corrupt data error, cold reset your printer or reinstall Firmware chip from formattor board. If you do a cold reset it will put all settings back to factory settings. Networked printers should make sure they have there IP address written down to reset back to original address. USB connections, this won't be a problem.
Turn the unit off for at least 30 seconds before power it back on.
If you have the unit on a surge protector ... remove it as these unit can create low voltage problems for laser printers.
If the problem persists ( and there's a 50-50 chance it will) my 20+ years experiance with HP printer says you need a new scanner assembly. HP Part# RM1-4724-005CN $90-$120 + installation
It may be better to replace the printer as a used one can be bought for about $250