Question about Canon S200 InkJet Printer
It means print head temperature rise error.
Most likely cuased by using non-Canon inks.Remove the head and clean with an ammonia based cleaner.You should see a build up of gunk/Completely dry the head anr return to service.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1. Turn Off
printer, cable power still plug in.
Stop/Reset button, don't release the button.
3. Press Power
button by holding without release and than release Stop/Reset Button.
Stop/Reset button two times (2x) now release the Power Button.
5. Wait until
service mode to zero (0).
6. Turn off
the Printer, cable power still plug in.
Stop/Reset button, don't release it.
8. Press Power
button don't release & than release Stop/Release button.
Stop/Reset button four times (4x), wait until service mode to "1"
10. Turn off
printer, and loose cable power, wait for one (1) minute.
11. Connect cable power, turn on printer again, now this printer ready to use.
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