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Hello and WelcomeError 5200 is a service error. Follow this solution step by step
With the printer turned on,unplug it
Open the top and bring the ink cartridge holder to the middle
Raise the gray bar and remove the print head assembly with the cartridges in it
Lower the gray bar with the head missing and close the top with the head out
Restore the power,wait till the printer starts
It will tell you to put in the cartridges, Put in the cartridge
Restore the print head, close the top and the printer will resume working
Error will be removed. If you have already tried all of the above and still you have error then it is probably that your Canon printer is in need of servicing by a service professional. So go to the Canon Service Center. If you want to get support on Call then Call Canon Support by phone, at 1-800-OK-CANON (1-800-652-2666) Please rate my solution as Four Thumbs if it was helpful.Thank you for using FixYa
Error 5200 indicated an error with the print head. Try to cleaning all contacts on the print head as well as on the connecting pad. And also the power needs to be restated, so do it and try it again, just take out the USB, the power from the wall outlet and the USB in the printer itself.
I've had the Canon i9100 since 2003 and have excellent photo printing results. In 2009 it started playing up and I'd gt some banding. More recently, black didn't want to print. It was as though the black ink in the print head got dry some days.
April 2010 - The colours started printing strange and I bought a brand new print head and installed it. Only takes a minute. Still had an issue with photo printing. Black and white was excellent but colours weren't true.
Found advice online to try cleaning the print head to print head carrier electrical contacts by rubbing them with a rubber eraser.
I did that and now I'm getting perfect colour photo prints again.
I had been thinking about buying a new A3+ printer but this is old printer is now working as good as new.
You can buy canon refile "InkTec Canon BCI-5/BCI-6 color" and fill
Remove the empty and try to print,or you can buy canon refile "InkTec Canon BCI-5/BCI-6 color" and full it,it`s cheap instead to buy everytime a new cartidges.