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  3. To remove an old cartridge, press the tab on the front of the cartridge, and then pull it up to remove it from its slot. Figure 2: Remove the cartridge from its slot c02938232.gif
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  • Turn on your printer and raise the lid or press the cartridge changing button.

  • Wait for the cartridge carrier to slide out.

  • Put your finger behind the ridge on the top front of the old cartridge and pull it toward you to remove. If you have an Epson printer, lift the cartridge holder lid, and the cartridge will pop up for removal.

  • Carefully remove the tape from the ink opening on the bottom of new cartridge.

  • Insert the new cartridge into the cartridge carrier. Make sure the new cartridge is oriented the same way that the old cartridge had been.

  • Feel and hear the cartridge click into position. On some models, arrows will indicate the cartridge is correctly positioned.

  • If you have an Epson printer, close the cartridge holder lid and press the cleaning button to charge the cartridge.

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    2. Open the top cover. Wait until the carriage moves to the center of the product and is idle and silent.
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    1•Protect your desk, printer stand or work surface by placing an old newspaper in front of or next to the printer. The newspaper will provide you with a place to work without getting ink anywhere you don't want it. It seems as though no matter how careful or neat you are, a little bit of ink always manages to escape when replacing an ink cartridge.
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    Hi, this error code 5200 indicates that one of the cartridges is having problem with it's print head. You need to replace it, but first you need to find which one. For best solution, we need a set of new cartridges so that there'd be no problem testing.
    Let's begin like this;
    Remove all the old cartridges, Turn off the printer, disconnect the all the cables including power cord and ethernet cable (if any), leave it Off for few minutes and again turn it on after connecting the power cord. Now install all the new cartridges and check if the error message is still there or not (Hope it's gone, but you need to find out the culprit from among the old ones so that you can use those that are functioning properly).

    Now remove one for example yellow and install the old yellow and check the message, if it's ok, go on replacing with the corresponding old cartridges after removing the newly installed, and so and find out the cartridge which is the creating this problem. After that, you'll be able to use the other remaining old cartridges.

    This might be a problem for you if you don't have a new set of cartridges, but this is the best way, you can also use old working cartridges [those with no more inks].
    This will definitely fix. I would also suggest you to clean the contact points on the cartridges and on the printer properly using soft brush/cotton dipped in alcohol/acetone/spirit.

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    Error 5200


    This error code 5200 indicates that one of the cartridges is having problem with it's print head. You need to replace it, but first you need to find which one. For best solution, we need a set of new cartridges so that there'd be no problem testing.
    Let's begin like this;
    Remove all the old cartridges, Turn off the printer, disconnect the all the cables including power cord and ethernet cable (if any), leave it Off for few minutes and again turn it on after connecting the power cord. Now install all the new cartridges and check if the error message is still there or not (Hope it's gone, but you need to find out the culprit from among the old ones so that you can use those that are functioning properly).

    Now remove one for example yellow and install the old yellow and check the message, if it's ok, go on replacing with the corresponding old cartridges after removing the newly installed, and so and find out the cartridge which is the creating this problem. After that, you'll be able to use the other remaining old cartridges.

    This might be a problem for you if you don't have a new set of cartridges, but this is the best way, you can also use old working cartridges [those with no more inks].
    This will definitely fix. I would also suggest you to clean the contact points on the cartridges and on the printer properly using soft brush/cotton dipped in alcohol/acetone/spirit.

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    sounds like either part of the tape that covers the cartridge (you did remove the tape right?) is still stuck on it and it didn't seat right. Was it harder (applied more force) to latch the new cartridge in place than the old one? If so then there is something either stuck on the new cartridge foot or nozzle face.

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