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Printhead error after replacing cartridge and making sure the printhead has been cleaned

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Hi,

Here are some steps that can help you resolve the issue.

1. Firmly reseat the Printhead in the carrier.
Go to the Printhead Setup in the menu on the printer.
Lift the latch.
Clean the contacts on the rear of the Printhead and the carrier.
Firmly reseat the Printhead by pressing on the back side of the Printhead.
Lower the latch and close the cover.
The printer then should state "No Cartridges Detected".
Insert the cartridges in the proper order.

2. Clean the Printhead
Unplug the printer.
Remove the Printhead from the machine.
Wipe the contacts on the rear of the Printhead. IMPORTANT: Be careful not to touch the ink nozzles and especially DO NOT WIPE them.
Do wipe the contacts on the Printhead carriage in the machine.
Then reinsert the power box (brick) into the machine.
Insert the Printhead. NOTE: Make sure you press down and back on the Printhead after you have latched it in to make certain that it is tight.
Close the cover.

Update Firmware
Download the firmware, click on the link.

For more information with visual about your printer click on the link. Turn to page 129 and you will see visual instruction.

I hope this will be able to help you.

Thank you for choosing Fixya.

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WHAT TO DO WHEN I HAVE AN ERROR CODE B200. i CANNOT PRINT AS THE MESSAGE IS CONTACT YOUR SERVICE PROVIDER. IS THERE A WAY I CAN FIX IT MYSELF////


Hi Kathleen,

to clear the Canon B200 error code:

Steps for 4+ Cartridge Printers
  1. Remove All Cartridges. Do whatever is necessary to remove the individual ink cartridges from your printer. In most cases this will be opening the lid of your printer and waiting for the cartridge cradle to move into the correct position.
  2. Remove the Printhead. This is easily achieved in most printers by simply lifting the orange/gray locking lever on the side of the cartridge cradle and then gently lifting the printhead from the printer.
  3. Reinstall the Printhead. Gently put the printhead back into your Canon Pixma printer and lock it into position firmly.
  4. Reinstall All Cartridges. Place all of the cartridges back into the printer and close any open doors. This makes sure that your printer is actively examining the reinstalled cartridges and printhead.
  5. Unplug the Printer. Physically remove your printers plug from the wall and leave it unplugged for 5+ minutes. This allows the printhead to cool and all residual electricity to leave the printer.
  6. Plug the Printer Back.
  7. Do a Nozzle Check or Cleaning Cycle. The B200 error does not tend to occur until your printer actively tries to use the printhead. As such I recommend performing one of these processes in an attempt to confirm the correct cartridge has been replaced.
Steps for 2 Cartridge Printers
  1. Turn the Printer off. When your printer is in this error state it will not let the cartridge cradle within the printer move. However resetting the printer should clear the error message temporarily allowing us to troubleshoot further.
  2. Turn the Printer Back on Again.
  3. Remove the Problem Cartridge. Whilst the Canon Pixma error messages do not tend to specify which cartridge is causing the problem, you should be able to have a rough idea based upon which cartridge was last replaced.
  4. Install a Replacement Cartridge. As the printhead is part of the cartridge, sadly there is no way to stop the B200 error without replacing the cartridge. I would recommend either installing a new cartridge or a previously used cartridge that you know to be functional.
  5. Do a Nozzle Check or Cleaning Cycle. The B200 error does not tend to occur until your printer actively tries to use the printhead. As such I recommend performing one of these processes in an attempt to confirm the correct cartridge has been replaced.
  6. If Necessary Replace the Other Cartridge. If the error persists with the new cartridge, it may be that the other cartridge has developed a fault and is the cause of the B200 support code. If at this point the error remians I can only recommend replacing the other cartridge.

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I have an error message B200


Hi Kathleen,

to clear the Canon B200 error code:

Steps for 4+ Cartridge Printers
  1. Remove All Cartridges. Do whatever is necessary to remove the individual ink cartridges from your printer. In most cases this will be opening the lid of your printer and waiting for the cartridge cradle to move into the correct position.
  2. Remove the Printhead. This is easily achieved in most printers by simply lifting the orange/gray locking lever on the side of the cartridge cradle and then gently lifting the printhead from the printer.
  3. Reinstall the Printhead. Gently put the printhead back into your Canon Pixma printer and lock it into position firmly.
  4. Reinstall All Cartridges. Place all of the cartridges back into the printer and close any open doors. This makes sure that your printer is actively examining the reinstalled cartridges and printhead.
  5. Unplug the Printer. Physically remove your printers plug from the wall and leave it unplugged for 5+ minutes. This allows the printhead to cool and all residual electricity to leave the printer.
  6. Plug the Printer Back.
  7. Do a Nozzle Check or Cleaning Cycle. The B200 error does not tend to occur until your printer actively tries to use the printhead. As such I recommend performing one of these processes in an attempt to confirm the correct cartridge has been replaced.
Steps for 2 Cartridge Printers
  1. Turn the Printer off. When your printer is in this error state it will not let the cartridge cradle within the printer move. However resetting the printer should clear the error message temporarily allowing us to troubleshoot further.
  2. Turn the Printer Back on Again.
  3. Remove the Problem Cartridge. Whilst the Canon Pixma error messages do not tend to specify which cartridge is causing the problem, you should be able to have a rough idea based upon which cartridge was last replaced.
  4. Install a Replacement Cartridge. As the printhead is part of the cartridge, sadly there is no way to stop the B200 error without replacing the cartridge. I would recommend either installing a new cartridge or a previously used cartridge that you know to be functional.
  5. Do a Nozzle Check or Cleaning Cycle. The B200 error does not tend to occur until your printer actively tries to use the printhead. As such I recommend performing one of these processes in an attempt to confirm the correct cartridge has been replaced.
  6. If Necessary Replace the Other Cartridge. If the error persists with the new cartridge, it may be that the other cartridge has developed a fault and is the cause of the B200 support code. If at this point the error remians I can only recommend replacing the other cartridge.

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How fix error code 0xc19a0003 on HP B110a ?


Hi,
0xc19a0013 or no code Check the cartridges
The ink system can fail if the cartridges in the product are installed incorrectly, if the ink in the cartridge is low or out, or if the cartridges are damaged or not correctly vented. Follow these steps to check the cartridges thoroughly and resolve any issues you find.
Step 1: Replace empty or low cartridges
Step 2: Make sure the cartridges are installed correctly
Step 3: Use the automatic printhead cleaning utility
The automatic printhead cleaning utility is available only if you installed the HP software that came with the product.
If the print quality is acceptable on the test page, you are done, and there is no need to continue to troubleshoot. If the print quality is not acceptable, repeat the automatic printhead cleaning procedure again. If the print quality is still not acceptable, 'Remove, clean, and reinstall the printhead' .
Reset the HP Photosmart B8550 Printer
The error message might disappear after you turn off the product and turn it on again. After you make any adjustments to the cartridges or the printhead, reset the product in order for the error message to clear completely. Follow these steps to reset the product.
1.Press the Power button to turn off the product.
2.Disconnect the power cord from the back of the product.
3.Wait 30 seconds.
4.Reconnect the power cord to the back of the product.
5.Turn on the product by pressing the power button.
Check the product control panel display. If the error message disappears, you are done, and you do not need to troubleshoot further. If the error message persists, continue with the next section, 'Remove, clean, and reinstall the printhead.

Read More Help.....HP Printer Support

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After cleaning printhead I still get the printhead error stating it needs cleaning.


If that's the case, the printhead will need to be replaced. If your printer is still under warranty, you can contact our technical support team to have the printhead replaced. If not, you can purchase a printhead online at http://bit.ly/IZYhWo.


Also, make sure that you're using genuine Lexmark cartridges. Refilled/remanufactured cartridges might damage your printhead.

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After cleaning printhead printer says printhead needs cleaning


If that's the case, the printhead will need to be replaced. If your printer is still under warranty, you can contact our technical support team to have the printhead replaced. If not, you can purchase a printhead online at http://bit.ly/IZYhWo.

Also, make sure that you're using genuine Lexmark cartridges. Refilled/remanufactured cartridges might damage your printhead.

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Error Oxc18a0001 System will not let me print says original cartridge bl., lt.bl. (just replaced), red, yl., need replaced but when checked still have lots of ink in them. & keep getting flashing...


Follow this steps..
Reminder before troubleshooting ...
Make sure that the printer is on. Make sure that you are using HP genuine ink cartridge. Be careful of cleaning the inks and touch w/ your fingers, its very sensitive!
Solution #1 Clean all the inks
  1. open the cartridge access door.
  2. take out all the inks that you have on the printer. (put them on the table upside down)
  3. get a wet clean cloth.
  4. on each cartridge you need wipe it out the electrical contacts on the ink cartridge it self.
  5. put the inks back in to the printer.
  6. close the cartridge access door
  7. turn off the printer
  8. unplug/disconnect the power cable
  9. wait for 1min.
  10. plug the power cable back in back in to the printer.
  11. turn on the printer.
  12. access the setup menu (press the wrench icon on the printer or setup button)
  13. Go to tools, then look for clean printhead
  14. align the printer.
Solution #2 Clean the printhead manually make sure that the printer is on.
  1. Open up the cartridge access door
  2. Take out all the inks that you have on the printer. (put them on the table upside down)
  3. Once you have take out the inks.
  4. Take out the printhead (printhead is the one that holding the inks)
  5. look for the printhead latch. (pull it up)
  6. Take out the printhead.
  7. Clean the electrical contacts of the printhead using a wet clean cloth again.
  8. Put the printhead and the inks back in to the printer.
  9. Close the cartridge access door.
  10. turn off the printer
  11. unplug/disconnect the power cable at the back of the printer.
  12. wait for 1min.
  13. plug the power cable back in to the printer
  14. turn on the printer.
  15. repeat cleaning and aligning the printer by going to tools under setup menu (wrench icon).


If you still having issues w/ it call HP printers support department 1-800-474-6836
Good luck! :)

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I am getting ink error message Oxc19a0013


Is the phrase "Ink System Failure" in the message?

First check the cartridges. Remove all of the cartridges. Replace any that are low or empty. Check for damage or a blocked vent. Clear the blockage with a pin. If it is clogged with tape or the orange tab (that was in place during shipping), then remove the tape. Replace any that are damaged. Reinsert the cartridges and make sure that they are fully seated (clicked into place). Check if the error persists when you close the cartridge access door.

Try running the printhead cleaning utility from your computer. (HP Solutions Center under Setting, Print Settings, Printer Toolbox and follow the on-screen directions).

Remove the printhead and clean it. Then reinsert it and make sure it is fully seated. Remove the cartridges, lift the latch handle on the right and lift the print head straight up. This is done with cotton swabs or lint free clothes (coffee filters will work) and distilled or bottled water. During the cleaning do not touch the nozzles; also do not touch the contacts with your fingers. Wet the swab or cloth and wring out the excess water. Wipe the contacts on the printhead with the damp cloth first by wiping up towards the nozzles. Then with another damp cloth wipe the edge between the contacts and the nozzles (work in a right to left motion). Finally wipe down the ramps going away from the nozzles with another cloth. (Wipe each part until there is no ink left.) Dry each area with a fresh cloth.

Next take another damp cloth and wipe the contacts inside the printer. (work from top to bottom.) Dry the area.

Reinstall the printhead and lower the latch handle. Then reinsert the ink cartridges until they snap in. Close the cartridge access cover and check for the error message.

If the error persists, reset the printer. With the printer on, disconnect the power cord from the back of the printer. Disconnect the other end of the cord from the wall outlet. Wait at least 15 seconds and then plug in the cord (first to the wall outlet and then the printer). Turn on the unit.

If the error persists, then either the printhead needs to be replaced or the unit needs service. Unfortunately a new printhead is not returnable if you put it in and find the error persists.

For details and pictures: see http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01458034&tmp_task=solveCategory&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=3737195#N65 .

I hope this helps.

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It's worth repairing, That error on a Canon is saying that the printhead is bad, not your cartridges. The part number for your printhead is stamped on the side of the printhead could be QY6-0049-000 but I'm not sure.

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Try to clean the printhead manually ,

# Hold the cartridge upside down, with the bar-code label facing you and take a damp paper towel.
# Use the towel to wipe the printhead of the cartridge on the bottom (where the ink comes out). Wipe the printhead horizontally in one direction only (left to right).
# Continue doing this until it looks clean.
# Then dab the cartridge on the towel to make sure the ink is flowing.
# Next, look inside the printer and locate the carrier that holds ink cartridges. Caution: Make sure the cartridges are not installed at this point.

1. Look for a shiny piece of metal underneath the contacts at the back of the carrier.
2. Take a damp cotton swab (use water only!) and wipe along the bottom of the shiny metal piece. Note: You may need more than one swab.

# Reinstall the cartridges, making sure you snap them correctly into the printer.

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Problem on a canon 3100


The Power Light Flashes Orange - Error Codes When an error occurs, the power light flashes orange. The number of orange flashes followed by a long green flash indicates the cause of the problem.
Two orange flashes: Out of paper, paper jam, or paper feed error
If no paper is loaded in the auto sheet feeder, or if the paper is not loaded correctly, set the paper correctly and press the Resume button on the printer to continue printing.
Three orange flashes: Paper jam
If paper has jammed in the printer, carefully remove the jam and press the Resume button to continue printing.
Four orange flashes: A tank inside the BJ cartridge (print head) is out of ink
Replace the empty BJ tank and press the Resume button to continue printing.
Five orange flashes: BJ cartridge is not installed properly
Remove and reseat the cartridge correctly. Make sure the orange protective cap and tape have been removed. Make sure the blue locking lever is locked down securely.
Six orange flashes: BJ cartridge (printhead) is not installed
Remove and reseat the cartridge correctly. Make sure the orange protective cap and tape have been removed. Make sure the blue locking lever is locked down securely.
Seven orange flashes: BJ cartridge (printhead) is defective
Remove the BJ cartridge and check that the contacts on the cartridge and cartridge holder are clean. Make sure the orange protective cap and tape have been removed and reinstall the cartridge. If the error occurs again after you resume operation, you may need to replace the BJ cartridge.
Eight orange flashes: Waste ink absorber almost full
The printer has a built-in waste ink absorber to hold the ink that is consumed during print head cleaning. This error indicates that the waste ink absorber is nearly full. Press the Resume button to skip the error so you can continue printing.
The POWER light flashes orange and green alternately: Service error
A service error means the printer requires the attention of a qualified technician. Count the number of flashes. (You may be asked this information.)

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