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Have you tried reseating the print cartrige or the wire strip that connects to it?

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Hardware error 03800500-2F43


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I have a Canon printer PXMA IP6000 D. I suddenly will not print. I get a code, "Service Error 5200". I have tried turning it off and checking for a paper jam. Nothing works. Can you help me? Gary


1.Reset the printer
Follow these steps to reset the printer:Turn the printer off with the Power button (if available).
Disconnect the data cable from the printer (not applicable to WiFi, Bluetooth or Infrared) .
Unplug the printer's power cord for approximately 10 minutes, and then plug it back in. If troubleshooting a communication issue, reconnect the data cable (not applicable to WiFi, Bluetooth or Infrared).
Turn the printer back on.

2.This is the waste ink reset proceedure and should clear the error (Waste ink absorber full [5B00] )
1. Power off printer2. Hold Resume button then press and hold POWER, the beeper will sound once.3. Keep holding POWER and release RESUME 4. Press RESUME twice, then release all buttons 5. When the indicator lights steady, press RESUME four times. The indicator should be orange. 6. Press Power to set data .
3. According to the service manual error 5200(LED alternateblinking in orange and green) indicates Print head temperature rise error ( The error means the print head is getting too hot.)
- Re-seat the print head
Confirm that the printer is powered on.Open the paper output tray and top cover.
Note: Gently open the paper output tray while holding it.

After confirming that the print head holder has moved to the center, open the inner cover.
Remove all ink tanks. >> click HERE <<

Raise the print head lock lever and remove the print head. >>Click HERE <<

Re-seat the print head into the print head holder and lower the print head lock lever until a click is heard >> Click HERE <<

Insert the appropriate ink tank into the slot at the right end and push down on the PUSH mark on top of the ink tank until a click is heard. Install the other ink tanks in the same manner. >>click HERE<<

Close the inner cover and top cover.
Note: Check that each ink tank is installed in the correct position. >>click HERE<<
4.If the problem persists ,the print head may be defective and needs replacement .Here's a link to your service manual in case you need to confirm >>manual/hp/iP6000Dsm.pdf <<

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5 yellow blinks and nobody else ,


Issue: Alarm / Power light flashes orange 5 times consecutively (Print Head / Cartridge Error)
Solution: Reseat the print head iP3000

Reseat the print head
  1. Confirm that the printer is powered on.

  2. Open the paper output tray and top cover.

    Note: Gently open the paper output tray while holding it.

  3. After confirming that the print head holder has moved to the center, open the inner cover.

  4. Remove all ink tanks
  5. .Raise the print head lock lever and remove the print head.Re-seat the print head into the print head holder and lower the print head lock lever until a click is heard.Insert the appropriate ink tank into the slot at the right end and push down on the PUSH mark on top of the ink tank until a click is heard. Install the other ink tanks in the same manner.Close the inner cover and top cover.Properly installed: Note: Check that each ink tank is installed in the correct position
Issue: Alarm / Power light flashes orange 5 times consecutively (Print Head / Cartridge Error)
Solution: 2 Reset the printer

Resetting the Printer By resetting the printer's power, the print buffer is cleared and certain sensors are reset. If there is invalid data in the buffer, or sensors are stuck in a particular mode; errors may occur. Follow these steps to reset the printer:
  1. Turn the printer off with the Power button (if available).

  2. Disconnect the data cable from the printer (not applicable to WiFi, Bluetooth or Infrared) .

  3. Unplug the printer's power cord for approximately 10 minutes, and then plug it back in. If troubleshooting a communication issue, reconnect the data cable (not applicable to WiFi, Bluetooth or Infrared).

  4. Turn the printer back on.

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Error 16 turn printer off


Hi -

The error codes 16 means that you need to check the print head thermistor circuit during power-on. Printer initialization determined that the print head itself is not installed. Some cause of this is again the print head is not installed, the print head built-in thermistor element has failed, carrier cable is disconnected or is already damage, print head temperature detection circuit has failed.

Having said this, it is better to have the printer check by a qualified technician or your local service provider


Hope this helps,
Good Luck!

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Replace the new cartridge print head and / or change a new logic board.

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I am getting a "wrong print head" error message.


Turn the printer off.
Disconnect the power-cord from the wall-outlet.
Reconnect the power.
Turn the printer on.
If you still get the same message, it's time to responsibly recycle the printer,
and buy a replacement -- maybe you can buy a new PIXMA that takes the same ink-cartridges???

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5 orange flashes


Hi,
5 time orange flash indicate Cartridge Error or Print Head Error.
1) Reseat the Print Head
  • Confirm that the printer is powered on.
  • Open the paper output tray and top cover. Gently open the paper output tray while holding it.
  • After confirming that the print head holder has moved to the center, open the inner cover.
  • Remove all ink tanks.
  • Raise the print head lock lever and remove the print head.
  • Re-seat the print head into the print head holder and lower the print head lock lever until a click is heard.
  • Insert the appropriate ink tank into the slot at the right end and push down on the PUSH mark on top of the ink tank until a click is heard. Install the other ink tanks in the same manner.
  • Close the inner cover and top cover. Check that each ink tank is installed in the correct position.
2) Reseat the Printer
  • Turn the printer off with the Power button.
  • Disconnect the data cable from the printer
  • Unplug the printer's power cord for approx. 10 minutes, and then plug it back in.
  • Turn the printer back on.

Else either your device require service or print head may need to replace.
Good luck...don't forget to rate the solution

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Dear Soniadux,

Error 41 -The head drive voltage has not been turned from Low to High within the specified time.
Check:
� Carriage ASSY
� Main PCB
� Print head unit
� Power supply PCB

cleaned the print head and try again .

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