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The error code 20:10 does not appear to be a valid error code. The plotter may be misinterpreting the code. Try disconnecting the service station (power off). It is the bundle of green wires plugged into the small interconnect board behind the display. You will need to remove the right end cover to see it. That should generate a 21:10 error when you power up. You will need to hold down the top cover interlock. If you get the 21:10, reconnect the service station cables and disconnect the cables going to the ink supply station. When you power up you should get a 22:10 error. If either of these causes the 20:10 error, that module has a problem.
Make sure the ink cartridge cover is properly closed.
My sister's printer had a similar problem and on initial inspection the cover seemed to be closed, however a small bit of the plastic clip that holds the cover closed had snapped off and therefore wasn't holding the cover properly closed and the sensing micro switch that tells the printer the hatch is closed wasn't being activated.
Not very scientific and a bit of a bodge, but some suitably placed selotape / duct tape / insulating tape to hold the cover firmly closed did the trick.
The 6500 error code is a logic board error code. The PCI Bus error is detected by the ASCI. Sounds like it needs new logic board. but i suggest you to first of all you can try to reset your printer -
1. Turn the printer off with the Power button (if available). 2. Disconnect the data cable from the printer. 3. Unplug the printer's power cord for approximately 10 minutes, and then plug it back in. 4. Turn the printer back on. If this works you're done, if not try the next step.
1. After confirming that the printer is powered on, open the paper output tray. 2. Open the top cover and wait until the print head moves to the center. 3. Open the inner cover and check that ink tanks are properly seated. 4. Properly seated 5. Press down on each ink tank until a click is heard. 6. Close the inner cover and top cover
if reset method not works for you then you go for the new logic board replacement .............
Thats an interlock switch, you can fold a piece of paper into a one inch long piece and then stick it in th "plug" this will over ride the switch, you probably have broken the plastic piece that is located on the cover that tells the printer that the cover is closed.
the top that you put the pappers in to copy mare than one sheet.
make sure all doors are closed.
lift doc feederas if making copy on glass look where the hinges are there should be a plunger next to one of them, that is the switch to tell it if it's open or flat. try pressing it down to see if message goes away, it may need adjusting.