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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    Quote Originally Posted by Lance15 View Post
    Will do. Stay tuned.
    Any more news on this?

    Just bought a HP CP3525dn with 59.F0 error from an auction.
    Removed the solenoid and used tape like people on youtube say to do. still getting a grinding noise and 59.F0 error.

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    Quote Originally Posted by mrnapolean1 View Post
    Any more news on this?

    Just bought a HP CP3525dn with 59.F0 error from an auction.
    Removed the solenoid and used tape like people on youtube say to do. still getting a grinding noise and 59.F0 error.
    sounds like it isn't set right...

    redo your repair .. check the gears for the pickup assmy

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    sounds like it isn't set right...

    redo your repair .. check the gears for the pickup assmy
    Im gonna pull the fuser assembly and double check to make sure my gears are not out of time like the ones shown on this page: HP CP3525 - 59.F0

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    Quote Originally Posted by mrnapolean1 View Post
    Im gonna pull the fuser assembly and double check to make sure my gears are not out of time like the ones shown on this page: HP CP3525 - 59.F0
    Just do what Phil B said. If you didn't pull out the freezer drive assembly do not touch it. I really think Phil B is correct in saying that you probably inserted the solenoid back incorrectly.

    But just to make sure there is a component test in this printer that allows you to test ITB alienation. You should be able to hear solenoid clicking normally.

    Good luck.

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    Do not remove the main drive. I know the engineering manual says to do so but don't. You will save yourself a lot of drama.

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    Quote Originally Posted by JLSam View Post
    Just do what Phil B said. If you didn't pull out the freezer drive assembly do not touch it. I really think Phil B is correct in saying that you probably inserted the solenoid back incorrectly.

    But just to make sure there is a component test in this printer that allows you to test ITB alienation. You should be able to hear solenoid clicking normally.

    Good luck.

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    Do not remove the main drive. I know the engineering manual says to do so but don't. You will save yourself a lot of drama.

    Sent from my GM1917 using Tapatalk
    Removed the Fuser assembly and gears are in time but the solenoid is stone dead. Since I couldnt find the solenoid i decided to replace the Fuser assembly with one from Precision roller.. Printer is now up and running!

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    Quote Originally Posted by mrnapolean1 View Post
    Removed the Fuser assembly and gears are in time but the solenoid is stone dead. Since I couldnt find the solenoid i decided to replace the Fuser assembly with one from Precision roller.. Printer is now up and running!
    That is precisely why before you even consider doing any tear down of this particular printer concerning this code you always do a component check.

    I'm really glad everything worked out.

    cp3525 with 59.f0 error

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    I picked up an HP CP3525dn with the 59.F0 error code. I checked the ITB, belt turns freely and the ITB flag rotates. I reinstalled ITB and after boot the same error remains. <br>
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    I performed all of the diagnostics related to this code; <br>
    component test: ITB contact/alienation - hub turns - stops, &amp; turns again (is this the clue) - seems to be okay<br>
    manual sensor test: bit test of the SR17 -OK. <br>
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    I moved on to the solenoid. I watched a teardown and then watched as I performed the steps on my unit. The solenoid still has a foam covering with little evidence that it might be sticking. <br>
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    I saw the link to Cincinnati printer repair where the gears are out of time on the driver assembly. That's my next procedure; to remove and discover what if anything is wrong there. IF I find the problem I will add to this post. Any guidance is most welcome. Hold your applause. I haven't put it back together yet. All those connectors on the pcb were very difficult to pry loose. Any tips on these separating the male from the female on these old plastic connectors and ways to prevent collateral damage is greatly appreciated.<br>
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    thanks

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    pulled out the drive assembly and checked the gears. the notches line up so the problem must be a inoperative solenoid?

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    solenoid coil measures ~150 ohms is this 5 VAC?

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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    I've never seen a 3525 with a 59.F0 that wasn't the fuser drive. YMMV.

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