The code s96 322 is given when the waste ink tank is not in the machine, its in the base on right side behind a metal plate held by one large screw. A sensor in that area is not been made by the bottle/tank. ph 00353863668225 dermot
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Go to Service mode by pressing Additional Function button * and no.s2 & 8 together and again * Step 2 - Go to FUNCTION Step 3 - Go to System, Step 4 - Go to HDD, Clear the functions in HDD Switch off the Copier and ON . If the problem still remain, Replace the Hard Disk.
Please press the power button to power off the printer. Unplug it from the wall socket. Wait for about 30 seconds before you turn it back on again. If the error comes back after power-cycling the printer it means that there is an internal error caused by the hardware chip on the Logic Board of the device. If your printer in under warranty then Canon will replace the same and that will fix the issue.
HP does not specify what that error means. It says to contact HP Support. If the unit is in warranty, Hp will repair it, free of charge. HP and Compaq products 800-HP invent or 800-474-6836
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According to an online PDF document I downloaded, the 13,264.42 error code means "The printhead reservoir heater got too hot." Not sure what to do to fix it, but first thing I would ask is does your printer sit in a hot sunny window, or is it in a badly ventilated cabinet or space so that it doesn't get adequate cooling? This kind of printer generates a good bit of heat from time to time.
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