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Stuck cartridge The yellow cartridge is physically stuck. I cannot move the cartridge so that its installation slide can swing out to enable cartridge replacement.

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Best thing I can recommend is to take it in for service. If you would rather risk breaking the printer you could try removing the cartridge forcefully with a pair of pliers. If you have some experience with removing covers on electronics, and you have screwdriver bits to match the screws, you could dismantle the case until you can reach the area where the cartridge is stuck and dislodge it directly, again risking damage, but if you take your time and don't apply too much force you may succeed.

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Hello thanks for using fixya

59 C0 error code usually affects the printer motor. The problem can range from a couple of issues that occur within the printer's motor. It can also be a cartridge issue. Depending on the printer and which manual the user is referring to, the solution to fix this error varies.
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  2. Error code 59 C0 due to problems with cartridges
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Error code 59 C0 due to problems with printer motor:
This is referred to as "developing disengaging motor rotation error" Most likely, this problem points to an issue with the function of the DC controller either it has failed or it has affected the developing disengaging assembly.The solution is quite simple and you may fix the error in a matter of few steps.
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Another more complex problem that leads to the 59 C0 error code is a problem with the cartridges.You must first remove all the printer cartridges in order to view the right swing guide. Once these have been removed, you must check for certain parts in the printer, which mostly resemble upside-down. If you finds that the swing guide does not move all the way backwards,then the most likely problem is a missing plastic component of the swing guide. This part also resembles an upside-down T.

Error code 59 C0 due to broken back sliding lock
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I found this on the HP Web Site. You can download the user guide and the Manual. Show step by step instruction to change the cartridge. If you find this helpful pls rate me.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=3390949&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&cc=us


http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01374711.pdf

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  3. Wait until the carriage is idle and silent.
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