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Printhead carriage jam - Kodak 6150 AllInOne InkJet Printer

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This error message is displayed by the printer when paper is jammed in one or more locations. In such a case, users are recommended to remove the jammed paper from the specified location. The entire paper path must be checked for any pieces of paper. To stop the message, open and close the top most cover of the printer. Lastly, verify the flags and the sensors. If the problem persists, the cause of the error message could be a broken sensor or sensor lever.

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Posted on Jan 07, 2011

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Remove the cartridges and Print head if possible, unplug the printer for 10 mins, switch on and Re-install the head and cartridges.
Hope this helps GM

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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.

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I have an error message that says "printhead carriage jam". The carriage will not go to the center to see if there is a problem with the inkjet or printhead. How do I get the carriage to the center?


unplug from power and pull down the front cover and see if it will move then, if not, needs to be repaired or replaced, since printers are cheap and may be cheaper too just replace

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Error 5100 typically means that something has jammed the carriage. Unplug printer, open, and examine the print area for anything that might be blocking the print heads from moving back and forth. clear...

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Print head jam


Check the LCD on your printer control panel or the status monitor on your computer for an error message. If there is an error message, follow the instructions to clear it.

If there is no error message, or if the problem continues:

  1. Open the access door.
  2. Disconnect the power adapter from the back of the printer.
  3. CAUTION: Do not use force on the printhead carriage to move it. Gently move the printhead carriage from side to side to see that it moves freely and there are no obstructions.
  4. Remove any obstructions that may prevent the printhead carriage and ink cartridges from moving to the center position.
  5. Close the access door.
  6. Connect the power adapter to the printer.
  7. Remove the ink cartridges from the printhead.
  8. Verify that the labels on the ink cartridges are intact, and that the cartridges are not damaged.
  9. firmly until you hear it click into position.
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  10. Insert the color ink cartridge into the printhead, then press down firmly until you hear it click into position.
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  11. Close the printer access door.
  12. Press OK to clear the error.
  13. Make a print.

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We have a ESP 7250 the print head carriage shows jammed but I can't get the ink cases to move. So I can check it


To resolve this error: Open the printer access door. Disconnect the power adapter from the printer. Gently hold both sides of the carriage, located immediately behind the printhead, and make sure the carriage moves freely. Remove the printhead and ink cartridges. Reinstall the printhead and ink cartridges, making sure each clicks into place. Connect the power adapter to the printer. Turn the printer on. Close the printer access door Hope this helps resolve your problem

Jan 04, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Alarm message says "cartridge jammed". Does that


What you see moving is the print carriage. The carriage moves the cartridge, adjacent to the printhead, back and forth.
Although the carriage is moving, the ink cartridge can not dispense ink because an obstruction is
blocking the path of the ink.
Remove the ink cartridges, inspect the cartridges as well as the cartridge holders for any foreign debris and reinstall.
If the alarm message continues, I suggest changing the ink cartridges.

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Exactly what parts am I cleaning for a 'carriage jam' on an HP Officejet 7310 printer


the carriage jam error is meaning the path that the printhead is sliding from side to side. You might have a small piece of paper causing an issue.

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Paper jam press ok to fix-then I get error code 3820



To resolve this error:
  1. Open the printer access door.
  2. Disconnect the power adapter from the printer.
  3. Gently hold both sides of the carriage, located immediately behind the printhead, and make sure the carriage moves freely.
  4. Remove the printhead and ink cartridges.
  5. Reinstall the printhead and ink cartridges, making sure each clicks into place.
  6. Connect the power adapter to the printer.
  7. Turn the printer on, if necessary.
  8. Close the printer access door.

If the error continues, contact Kodak.

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HP 6310 carriage jam then a message to shut down


If the 6310 has been in service for awhile, the printhead runner dries out. Try liberally spraying the printhead runners with WD-40. With the power off, slide the carriage to the left and spray the runners in the parking area.

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Canon mx700 5100 error


The 5100 error usually indicates a problem with the printer knowing where the printhead carriage unit is.

Chances are that when you cleared the jam you dislodged, damaged or otherwise skewed the little calibration strip at the back of the printer.

This strip is a clear bit of plastic that has lots of thin black lines on it and it's used by the printer to sense where it is.

If it's not that then it's most likely something jamming the printhead carriage somehow... ink soaked bits of paper are a favourite that I used to miss a lot.

Hope that helps.

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