Error E59 on Canon Printer

Error E59 on a Canon printer indicates a problem with the printer's internal temperature sensor. This error may occur due to various reasons, including:

Possible Causes of Error E59:

  • Overheating of the printer components
  • Malfunctioning temperature sensor
  • Power fluctuations or electrical issues

When the printer detects an abnormal temperature reading, it triggers error E59 to alert the user of the issue. To resolve this error, you can try the following troubleshooting steps:

Troubleshooting Steps:

  1. Power Cycle: Turn off the printer and unplug it from the power source. Wait for a few minutes, then plug it back in and power it on again. Sometimes, a simple power cycle can reset the printer and resolve temporary issues.
  2. Cooling Period: If the printer feels hot to the touch, allow it to cool down for some time before attempting to use it again. Overheating can trigger error E59, so ensuring proper ventilation and avoiding prolonged use can prevent this error from occurring.
  3. Check Connections: Ensure that the printer is properly connected to a stable power source and that there are no loose or damaged connections. Electrical issues or power fluctuations can trigger error E59, so connecting the printer to a reliable power outlet is essential.
  4. Service Assistance: If error E59 persists despite troubleshooting attempts, it may indicate a more serious hardware issue with the printer's temperature sensor or other internal components. In such cases, contacting Canon customer support or seeking professional repair services may be necessary.

By following these troubleshooting steps, you can often resolve error E59 on your Canon printer and restore normal printing functionality. If the error persists or if you require further assistance, consider contacting Canon customer support for additional guidance.