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Re: Carrier Jam(lexmark x5320)
In this case unplug the power supply from the Printer........... 1. Open the Printer Cover.......... 2. Remove both the Catridges from the Printer............ 3. Move the Catridge Carrier which holds the catridge from right to left and from left to right for about 10 times............ 4. Try to make a copy without the catridges........If this works and it gives a Blank Page out............ 5. Insert both the catridges turn the printer off and turn it on again........... 6. Now it should work fine........ Good Luck......
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The thin strip could be the encoder strip (transparent strip) which is responsible for the proper movement of the cartridge carrier along the carrier assembly. Please contact Lexmark Technical Support Center for additional assistance.
To fix the carrier jam, open the printer cover. Remove the cartridges from the carrier. While the cover is open, check inside for any loose transparent strip - the encoder strip. The encoder strip ensures the proper mechanism of the carrier on the assembly. If everything looks fine inside the printer, close the cover. Unplug and re-plug the printer into the power source to reset it. When the printer turns on, re-insert the cartridges and make sure they are properly inserted and secured in the carrier.
In this case unplug the Power Supply from the Printer............... Take Out both the catridges from the Printer................. Move the Catridge Carrier which holds the Catridges inside the Printer from left to right and from right to left for about 20 Times....................... now insert both the catridges inside the Printer and Plug in the Power Supply and see whether you get the error message again................. If u still have that error message please Call lexmark: 1-800-LEXMARK (539-6275)
Just call this number because the Enchoder strip has to be replaced........ Good Luck
Error 1203 on a Lexmark is an issue that occurs either when a cartridge is bad
or the printer cartridge Slot is bad... I would suggest you to try
cleaning the copper contacts of the both carts and cart slot in the
printer and try again..
If that doesn't work just call up their support number and check for replacement..
Do have a slamming noise.Then the encoder must be broken or it may displaced ..if its broken your printer is defective... if out of place u can fix it Note:::::::::encoder strip is very delicate in process of trouble shooting it may get damaged so take extreme care please use this link to trouble shoot:::::
I was able to fix this issue on my all-in-one 944 printer. What happened was that one of the ink cartridge lids had popped open. The hard part was that the carrier was stuck on the far left side, and I wasn't able to pull it over for easer access. However, I was able to fit a finger in and push the cartridge back down. Then when I turned the printer back on the error went away.