Question about Epson Stylus CX3200 All-In-One InkJet Printer
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"This can be caused by anything obstructing the carriage area, like a
paper clip or small scrap of paper. The other reason this may occur is
if the lubrication for the head carriage becomes sticky or dried out.
Usually to correct this, check the rails or guides that the head
carriage rides along, and clean them with a lintfree cloth. Then
replace the removed lubricant with an appropriate type of lubricant
(3in1 or sewing machine lightweight machine oil for oiled contact
points, a lightweight lithium grease for greased areas."
I also know that any paper jam, or bum can dismantle springs and bits and pieces inside, as it's a common error with a lot of printers.
The only 2 things I can suggest are too..
Search Online and find the Manual for your printer, and see if it's in the FAQ or support for common issues.
OR.. what I usually do, like yesturday when I worked on a client's printer with the same error, is to dismantle the back, take off the cover, and depending on the model, there are usually springs or an arm that works with the feeding of the paper and/or direction of it. If they are not in the correct place/look bent, etc. Play around with it.
Otherwise there isn't much else you can do. Printers are not worth repairing, and the manufactures do not count such issues under warranties - bastards. ( >=( ) so other than that, buy a new cheapish one.
Hopefully I have been of some assistance!
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The 200.16 jam indicates that the input sensor was covered when the printer was powered on or reset, or a cover was opened/closed.
You may also check the following:
1. The paper being used is within specification and has been loaded correctly.
2. Any previous jams have been completely removed.
3. The printing environment is within acceptable temperature and humidity ranges.
4. If the tray was overfilled or a paper jam occurred, sheets of paper may have come off the media stack.
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