I own a canon ip6700d printer. when the paper feeds from the top, the right corner (where the bigger rubber roller is) of the paper crumples up, yet it still prints, then it states there is an error code 5200 and the power light as well as alarm light flash after one another continuously. I think i narrowed down the problem either to whatever is pushing the smaller paper tray to the roller, or the roller itself. but im not sure... can anyone helP
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https://maitioprolur.files.wordpress.com/.../canon-printer-error-code-e31.... ... on Canon. Printer MP287 : E02 E31 Cause : The printer is not connected to the computer ( the printer is ... Canon Pixma MP287 All in One Printer List of Error Codes There ... Cartridge: Canon E31 Toner CANON Printer + Copier + Scanner -.
- 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. IP1500 error5200 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. Good luck http://www.cyber-ink.com/member-canon.html
Handy link above.
1. Try cleaning the paper feed rollers Instructions how to clean the paper feed rollers. If the paper feed rollers become dirty, they may not be able to properly feed paper due to the feed roller's slippage. If paper does not feed correctly, perform the following to clean the paper feed rollers:
Open the Printers folder.
- For Windows XP Home Edition : Click/Select 'Start,' 'Control Panel,' 'Printers and Other Hardware,' and 'Printers and Faxes.
- For Windows XP Professional Edition : Click 'Start' and 'Printers and Faxes.'
- For Windows Vista : Click 'Start,' 'Control Panel,' 'Hardware and Sound,' and 'Printers.'
- For Windows 2000 : Click/Select 'Start,' and 'Settings,' then 'Printers.'
Right-click the icon of the printer for paper feed roller cleaning, and select 'Properties' from the displayed list.
Click the 'Maintenance' tab and click 'Roller Cleaning'.
Remove all sheets of paper from the rear tray, then click 'OK'.
Confirm the message, and click 'OK'. Note: Clicking 'OK' will activate the paper feed rollers 30 times. This activation will take about 90 seconds. Do not perform other operations until this operation has finished.
Confirm the message, and click 'OK'.
After the continuous paper feeding operations in step 5 have finished, load three sheets of plain paper and click 'OK'.
Confirm the message, and click 'OK'.
Note: “Feed roller cleaning is completed” message is displayed when the paper is fed and ejected.
6B00 is a paper feed position error, the paper feed is not returning to the home position, or the encoder wheel was damaged. You can try to manually turn that large roller, and then power up again, but if it doesn't help you'll need a shop repair.
6A00 is a purge assembly error, thats the cleaning unit on the right where the printhead parks. Look on the right with a flashlight and see if there's paper, or anything that doesn't belong. If the wipers are jammed into the pad assembly, you will need a new purge unit, best changed by a shop.
E23 is a paper feed error. Check the rollers and the paper feed mechanism. Following are the various error codes for your printer: CANNON Printers MP150/MP160 ERROR CODE E9 The connected digital camera / video camera does not support Camera Direct Printing E14 The Ink cartridges whose destination are wrong E15 Ink cartridge is not installed E16 - Ink remaining is unknown E16 -E19 Failed to scan head alignment sheet E22 Carriage error E23 Paper feed error E24 Purge unit error E25 ASF(cam) sensor error E26 Internal temperature rise error E27 Waste ink absorber full or platen waste ink absorber full E28 Ink cartridge temperature rise error - E29 EEPROM error E33 Paper feed position error E35 15 USB Host VBUD overcurrent error - USB E37 17 Abnormal motor driver error E40 20 Other hardware error E42 22 Scanner error turn the printer off and lift the front top and move the cartridge carriage manually at the center and then on the printer.
You can also try using a rubber eraser as the rollers are going. Just take a pencil and lightly rub along the length of the rollers as they are feeding. This should remove the film that clogs the rollers surface.
You can try cleaning the rubber paper feed rollers, located where the paper feed into the printer. Use a rag moist with rubbing alcohol and rub all rollers thoroughly and this should help.