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The cassettes have little motors on them that lift the paper up to the rollers when it's closed. Make sure there isnt a bind on the plate that lifts the paper up. If there isn't you might need a lift motor replaced. This is a pretty common issue.
I don't believe there is anything to do but replace the maint kit. There is a chip on that maint kit and it lets the machine know how much life is left. when you replace it the chip will reset the count. IT SHOULD HAVE WARNED YOU TO ORDER A NEW ONE WITH PLENTY OF WARNING!
Yes, 5100 means the carriage is not moving back and forth properly or there is grease on the encoder strip behind the carriage assembly. Grease spots make it lose count and slam into the side and grind gears. You need to clean the strip with a Q-tip moist with alcohol, but very carefully, not too much pressure on the strip.
This has two ink cartridges 007 and 009. The black sometimes does not seat and lock in por becomes losse. Sometimes the lock in place tab becomes broken. If using Epson brand they have a chip in them that stops it from printing.sometimes and needs a reset progeram from Epson. best guess the cartrdige is loose.!
Dear budg, Error code 5600 in S200 is No Print head Error indicator. In this case, the print head of the printer is faulty so that the printer cannot detect the print head. About the print out, please check if there is enough ink in ink tank to print. If there is enough ink to print, means this bad print out caused by the faulty print head. It seems that you to replace the print head. Regards,
Clear the paper jam. Then with a cotton pad and some alcohol, clean all the rollers that you see. If you can get to the rear of the printer, make sure that there isn't any paper residue back there, and also clean the rollers in the back. There is a platen (rod that the print head slides on) clean that too.
Then carefully clean the strip in front of the print head.
Also, never move the print head while the power is on, it will cause the unit to get off it's alignment.
Let me know what results.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Had the same problem with a ZM400. As stated in the User manual (can be downloaded http://www.zebra.com/id/zebra/na/en/index/resource_library/manuals.results.html?FRRBarcodePrinters=6882), warning "Ribbon in" is usually caused by the wrong printing method (thermal direct instead of thermal transfer [which should be selected for ribbbons]). My error disappeared after choosing "thermal transfer" directly on the printer. For network printers this needs to be set by an admin in the network settings for the the printer to solve the problem permanently.
the printer gears assembly is brokem or gor cracked so it is giving this message that ---cannot complrte print task---
just get that assembly replaced to make it proper.
it will cost u near $20 for the assembly.