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How do you fix error 03130031-2f26


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The printer won't let you go into print mode because it has to initialize first. Part of that process is checking that the carriage is free to move. If it isn't, initialisation stops and returns an error, and the printer won't go beyond this. Make sure that there is no damage to the carriage and nothing obstructing its movement, and that's not something you can do pushing buttons.
There may be any number of reasons why the init would stop, a motor failure, a problem on the logic board itself. The final outcome could be that fixing requires a lab and a tech.
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Set SWDIP switch 1, switch number 4 to ON. That switch controls whether when you get a CR (Carriage Return), you get just that carriage return or a CR-LF (carriage return + line feed). You need the latter. Setting the switch to ON will accomplish that. Have a good day.

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Error E-0800 during Initialization - carriage not moving


There is a problem with the "carriage board".
Try unplugging the printer from the wall, wait a minute. plug back into the wall.
If error returns, you may have to replace the "carriage board" or the "main board".

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Error code 5100


Error code 5100 indicates that Carriage Return (CR) error occurs. This error rise when carriage unit (the part that function as cartridge housing) does not move properly. Here are some possibilities of the problem:
  1. Carriage unit is faulty so that it cannot 'read' film timing **** strip (film encoder) properly
  2. Film encoder is dirty. Film encoder functions as a guide for carriage unit to move to the correct position it should be. Carriage unit 'read' the encoder by flashing a light from a LED. Dirty encoder sometimes make the light direction is deviated.
  3. Foreign material blocking carriage unit path. Please check inside the printer and remove it if any.

If carriage unit is faulty, you need bring the printer to the service center to get part replacement. For dirty film encoder,sometimes you can still clean it by using moistened cloth. I hope this will HELP you. Thanks.

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Canon i80 error 5100


Hi antoinette,
Someone has ever asked this problem and I have post a solution for this. Here is my answer:
Service error 5100 indicates that carriage return (CR) operation is not performed successfully. After the printer turned on, printer initialize some operation include CR operation. This error happens when carriage part (carriage unit) has problem when move right and left in initialization process.
This may be caused by:

* Faulty carriage part so thatit cannot read film encoder properly. As a result, carriagepart move on uncontrolled.
* Dirty film timing **** strip (Horizontal film encoder;available only ini series and above) so carriage part cannot read film encoder properly.
* Another material (such as broken paper, etc) present in carriage path, blocking carriage part from moving.

To fix this problem you may try the following tips:

* Check if any material present in carriage path; remove (clear) it
* Check if film encoder is dirty; wipe slightly with moistened clothe.
* At last, if carriage part is faulty you need to replace it.

Hope this will be helpful for you. Best regards,

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21:10 error


Hi HotRoddy,

This is a Service station error. Check for obstructions in the service station on the right.
Turn on the printer in service mode by holding down the UP arrow and ENTER keys (simultaniously).
Enter Service Utilities, choose Unlock Carriage. Turn the printer off and move the carriage to
the center of the printer. Turn the printer back on. The carriage and service station should
return to their home positions.
If the error returns on power-on, the service station will probably need to be replaced.
Parts and diagrams can be found at partsurfer.hp.com.

Hope this post was usefull for you.

Thanks,
Robosoft.

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