Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: error code 5200
- unplug the power n usb cord
- keep the headprint inside the craddle
- try to move the headprint into full right-corner(headprint
cleaningside)by moving-left the craddle belt until u heard
some "snapp" sound
- plug the powercord again
- if u heard "cleaning progress" then u r printer going to respond
- try to print 'printer test page' or 'nozzle check'
- if it succeed, try to print some 5-10 pages continuous
the dreaded 'Error 5200'. According to PrintX, the error is caused by printer head overheating and I think thats correct because whenever I touch the "Do not touch/ hands off" part of the print head, I feel some SCALDING heat.
TIPS. 1. Plug out your printer when not in use. Never let it undergo standby mode. Plug it in ONLY when it is needed. The reason behind this is that your printer only needs VERY little amount of electricity (around 5-24 V at 0.2-0.55 A, stepped down by its built-in transformer) and after a length of time, excessive heat accumulates not only in the heat board but also in the sensitive print head. Unlike how our computers heat up, the heat in the print head is SCALDING!. This is based from experience. Try touching your printer's too.
1. Set "ink counter reset" (If you chage cartridge new one or refill).
2. Set "low ink warning setting" as default.
3. Unplug power and USB cable.
4. Waiting 10 min.
5. pluging in power and USB cable.
Please make 1 step and check result.
Handy link above.
Service manual link above get this it is invaluable for repair.
Link for SM, in case link above is dead.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Here's the procedure. This code is normally encountered after refilling an ink cartridge and replacing the cartridge. Turn off printer. Hold down Stop/Reset button with one hand and turn printer on with other hand. After green light comes on for the ON button, press the Stop/Reset button two times and you should see the green light blink off and the orange alarm light blink "on" with the first press and then the green light comes back on for the power button and the orange light goes off with the second press (if you did it correctly). Now, you need to hold down the ON button about five seconds, then let go to shut OFF the printer. When you turn it back on, the printer should be back to the factory original condition. Make sure you set all your printer properties the way you want them again from your printer properties dialog boxes because some of the settings may have been stored in the printer's EEPROM, which you just reset to get rid of the offending alarm code.
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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