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Ip 3000 canon showing service error 5100, tried to reset but still flashes amber. Tried nearly everything. Cartridges still full

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I had the waste ink full problem and fixed that but now it won't print black and when I try cleaning it reports error 5100 I know all cartridges are full.


Is it canon ip-?
If yes, Try to follow these instruction:
Steps to Fix Error 5100 In the Canon IP- Printer:


  1. Turn the printer off
  2. Remove the cartridge from the printer
  3. Use a cloth moistened with alcohol to clean the surface of the contact / connector terminal cartridge that touches the printer / could also use a pencil eraser
  4. Replace the second Cartridge
  5. Turn on the printer.
Thank you

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Hello thanks for using FixYa

Error 5100 means that the cartridge can not be detected by the printer. Actually the printer is not actually loading the cartridge and showing you the error 5100.

To solve these follow the following steps. I hope it works
  • Turn off printer
  • Remove both the cartridges from the printer
  • Use a clothe moistened with alcohol to clean the surface contact on the cartridges where the terminals inside the printers touches
  • Return the cartridges
  • Turn on the printer.
Error will be removed
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Canon is a greedy company. It may be selling cheap printers, but the company is so obsessed is exploiting the consumers by selling its ink cartridges that is unusually high. Please boycott Canon printers and let this greedy Japanese company fall into pieces.

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I have a canon printer ip 4500. It says it has a service problem 5100. i turned it on and off three times it still comes up service problem. What should i do?


5100 is service error. just follow this steps to fix this,
1. Hold RESUME then press & hold POWER
2. Release RESUME, then press it twice, the light should go amber then green again.
3. you're now in service mode (you can release POWER now)

for reset waste tank reset is 4 presses of the RESUME button. To confirm, press POWER once.

Hope this helps. Please rate my response.
Thanks.
Have a good day.

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