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HP CLJ CP3525DN "Close Front or Right Doors" Error

HP CLJ CP3525DN "Close Front or Right Doors" Error

HP CLJ CP3525DN "Close Front or Right Doors" Error

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I replaced the fuser drive gear after getting the 59.F0 error on the control panel. I put everything back together very carefully. The install went smoothly. Now when I start up the printer I get the error "Close front or right doors." I checked both the right- and front-door interlock switches and they are functioning correctly. J118 on the DC controller is securely connected, as is every other connector. What else can I check? Thanks for the responses in advance.

RE: HP CLJ CP3525DN "Close Front or Right Doors" Error

I hate to beat the dead horse but I would say either there is a missing connection to one of the switches and the board or maybe a cable got pinched in the reassembly. I would start with a disassembly and slowly reassemble to see if there was anything odd or not connected. I know it is time consuming but it usually allows you to see what happened. If you can manually actuate both switches with it reassembled and have them both pressed, is the error still there? Meaning leave the doors open and either depress the switch or close the contact if it is a contact switch.

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