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Ip 4200 blinks 5 times

I have a Pixma IP 4200 and doesn't work. The orange led blinks 5 times. help thx luminita brilum@gmail.com

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  • brilum Feb 06, 2009

    absolutely nothing changed. The same message on the monitor ( operator error) and 5 times blinking.

    thanks
    Lumi


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    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    open the hedge on the top, take out the cartridges, take out the cartridge sledge, clean it carefull, put all back again and restart the printer and see if that helps



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    What happens if you press and hold that blinking led for 5-10 seconds?

    Do you get an error message or not?





    Nic

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This error is the print head is not installed
[1401], or it is not properly
installed (Print head temperature
sensor error [1403] / Faulty
EEPROM data of the print head
[1405]).

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