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Canon printer ix4000 have error 5750 why have error like this?


Someone posted So, from my experience, If you received a Service Error 5750 Canon Ix4000 message then there is a97.5% chance that your computer has registry problems.
The Windows Service Error 5750 Canon Ix4000 are easy to repair. By downloading and running the registry repair tool RegCure Pro, you can quickly and effectively fix this problem and prevent others from occuring. Simply click the links below for your free download. Someone else said that they were told to go to a repair shop, and someone else said that it's an error code in a manual. My suggestion is to search online and try to do what costs the least money.

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Printer canon ix5000 no power..


first you need to change the power supply ,if the problem persist change the logic board

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How to solve problem with my Canon iX5000 error code 5C00 ?


This error code is telling you that the purge unit did not complete a good power on cycle and the cam is not in the correct position. Typically this means the purge unit is stuck extended due to accumulation of a lot of dried up ink.

Open the cover and when the head comes to the center, pull the power cord. Once that power is off you can now move the carriage to the far left so it is out of the way. Now use a paper towel and gently blot all the excess ink off of the ink Pads and press them down. If the Wiper blade is extended, clean it and it should snap back in position. If it is still stuck, try spraying the area with Windex but don't get any on anything except the pads.


If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response. Happy Holidays!

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Xerox 5750 error code 005


this error comes from fuser unit u have to change fuser unit

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The computer reports that an error ocurred, with 6502 code


Hello

Error Code 6502 appears generally after chaging a cartridge.

Solution:
  1. Unplug the printer.
  2. Remove the faulty Cartridge
  3. Plug in the printer and press and hold power button
  4. Keep it held down. Press Resume twice, and this should reset the fault.

All Best: Pineworks

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I have 5750 docucolor and it stoped the display shows: Code 3-371


>> Code 3-371 please call to service ... Telephone a qualified technician, and get them to service your printer.

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CANON iX500 error 5C10


5C10 error message. cancel the print job and turn printer off. for 5min by unplugging it from all source of power supply this will occasionally rectify the problem, hope this helps pls do let me know

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Error 5750


open here, maybe help :D

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