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I am getting error 3527 cartridge jam. I have followed basic trouble shooting but the cartridge will not move.

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SOURCE: Kodak ESP 3250. Error 3527. I put new ink

Contact Kodak. I think it's the batch of printers that were made around this time. I just contacted them (mine is the same age and I'm getting the same error), and they are sending me a new printer.

Posted on Mar 09, 2011

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SOURCE: printhead cartridge jam code 3527

Contated Kodak about the error code 3527 and was advised I needed to purchase another printer and they would give me a 30% discount. Why would I do that when my Kodak printer is only 14 months old! My Dell is 9 years old and works fine! Dell ink cartrides are expensive and can only be ordered online. That is why I switched to Kodak. Do not buy Kodak!

Posted on Jun 12, 2012

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It all depends on who made the product. There are often times simple solutions but they need to be found by searching on the web and talking to service people about the unit. Some print head motors were known to fail or develop bearing noise over time in the HP line. Many of these things are really not prone to be fixed as the repair cost is sometimes the same as a new unit.
I would contact the warranty center- even if out of warranty and see if you could talk to a technician to start.

Posted on Aug 31, 2012

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SOURCE: kodak 9250 problem error code

Hello. I have this problem with my current printer, esp 9250. I don't know how you resolved it but I contacted Kodak via livechat (on their website) and the person told me I had to get a new printer. I couldn't get a new printhead because she said it didn't move to the center when i opened the cover, so that means the printer hardware is broken. Needless to say, I am frustrated. I asked her if Kodak would lessen my cost by sending me a coupon or ANYTHING, and she said sorry but no. So yeah. Basically you just gotta get a new printer... :(

Posted on Nov 08, 2012

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I was able to solve this problem (error code 3527 on Kodak hero 9.1) by opening the printer entirely (dis-assembled), Checking the cartridge carriage assembly, i discovered that the belt that drive carriage assembly had a locker that was broken as such, the carriage assembly could not move in the direction as the motor drives the belt on.
I simply inserted the belt in position and drop a little drop of super glue to it, let it dry off.
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Printhead cartridge jam code 3527


Contated Kodak about the error code 3527 and was advised I needed to purchase another printer and they would give me a 30% discount. Why would I do that when my Kodak printer is only 14 months old! My Dell is 9 years old and works fine! Dell ink cartrides are expensive and can only be ordered online. That is why I switched to Kodak. Do not buy Kodak!

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Contact Kodak. I think it's the batch of printers that were made around this time. I just contacted them (mine is the same age and I'm getting the same error), and they are sending me a new printer.

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Kodak 9250 problem error code 3527 cartridge jam. i fixed paper jam and reset this by unplugging machine touching okay and problem persites. Thanks Dan


Hello. I have this problem with my current printer, esp 9250. I don't know how you resolved it but I contacted Kodak via livechat (on their website) and the person told me I had to get a new printer. I couldn't get a new printhead because she said it didn't move to the center when i opened the cover, so that means the printer hardware is broken. Needless to say, I am frustrated. I asked her if Kodak would lessen my cost by sending me a coupon or ANYTHING, and she said sorry but no. So yeah. Basically you just gotta get a new printer... :(

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My kodak copier model esp3250 shows an error code of 3527...what do i do?


Print cartridge jam error 3527
I cleared this error by manually moving the head cleaning pad into its stand by position It must of stuck while changing the ink cartridges.

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The "carriage" is the part of the printer that moves the ink-cartridges & print-head mechanism across the page.

If it is 'jammed", then it is not moving when/where the printer is commanding it to move.

Take the printer to a qualified technician, for trouble-shooting.

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