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CLJ2840 59.C0 error

CLJ2840 59.C0 error

(OP)
This seems to be a 59.0192 error which is the developing motor.
I am getting a problem with the motor next to the fan on left side. The gear it drives has a tab on it, to be pointed down installing the carousel assy., but the motor winds it up, and then jams up. My question: does that motor go two ways? If so, is it a fault of the motor or the DC cont.? Have replaced all motors and DC cont. RE-seat the carousel and still this issue.
thanks for any ideas, MichaelTech
 

"Impatience will reward you with dissatisfaction" RMS Cosmics'97

RE: CLJ2840 59.C0 error

(OP)
Got it!
The disengagement assembly, even when seated correctly, and the tab on the white gear is down, it was still 180 out on the cams.
Solution: remove disengaging motor, but leave cable on, and cycle the printer. Then put motor back in, voila!

"Impatience will reward you with dissatisfaction" RMS Cosmics'97

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