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ERROR CODE 5010 APPEARS IN LCD DISPLAY WILL NOT PRINT OR EXPOSE INK CARTRIDGES

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  • gdbrax Apr 20, 2011

    I tried this. It didn't work.

    Did i mention the orange light is blinking also?

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Hi

You do not mention the manufacturer name and model number of the printer? it is Canon?

Error code 5010 is a carriage jammed error. You loosen up the jammed carriage.

Please try this solution.

Turn off the printer and remove all the ink cartridges if it can be remove.
If not, use your hand to go to the position where you can remove the ink cartridges.
Once remove, clean the print head with a clean soft with rubbing alochol and then run the printhead into a paper until ink flows.
Do not return yet the cartridges.
Now move the carriage using your hand in the other side ( From left to right and then right going to left). This is to release carriage lock jammed.
After that, return all the cartridges and check if error message disappear.

Please post comments if you need more help. Regards

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Reset the device when it is not functioning properly.
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2. Wait approximately ten seconds and then press the button again.

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go to following link you will have more solution

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With thanks to a canon tech Ok Well again I will repeat this answer with a titch more detail.
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2 times Green EEPROM print
3 times Orange EEPROM reset
4 times Green Waste ink counter reset
5) Unplug cable power. (for MP145 / MP150)
6) Turn Off Power. (for MP160)
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