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Clearing Canon Pixma Support Code B200 Error Message

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Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Apr 23, 2017


in the properties section where U find the maintenance program is there a choice that says clean bottom roller - try that - also try using a paper towel to soak up any ink that might be on the rollers and if that is the problem just run a bunch of junk pages and the lines should eventually fade away

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Apr 19, 2014


its a common problem after getting refilled cartridge....


please insert a new catridge and try again.........


sure u can solve this problem.......

thank u .........

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Jul 22, 2011


Error 6000 is a line feed error, it means the platen roller isn't advancing properly. It usually means something has fallen in from the back where the paper goes and is stopping the rollers from turning.
Check the printer for any paper jam or try to reset the printer to release memory code errors.

1. Press and hold the Resume button for 1 - 2 minutes.
2. Open the cover.
3. Remove the cartridge and then reinstall it.
4. Close the cover.
5. Turn Off the printer.
6. Turn On the printer.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Jun 14, 2011


Inkjet printers need to be used frequently to prevent inkdrying out in the print head nozzles.
If the print head cleaning maintenance routine does not clear the blockages,then print head needs replacing, but it may be expensive.
It may be more cost effective to buy a later model and better printer thanreplace the print head.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on May 28, 2011


6000 is a problem with the paper feed sensor on the platen roller inside. If something has fallen in that stops the rollers you get that error, a shop repair if you can't see anything inside.

solution from here

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on May 06, 2011


You have a faulty print head and you will need to replace it.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Apr 23, 2011


Error Code 5100

It can have a lot to do with some obstruction in the print path, the gears, or ink on the clear plastic encoder strip. The purge cap (the white sliding mechanism that the print head parks to when it's not in use) was not lubricated well enough from factory. If you lubricate the sliders with some white grease (don't get it on the small wipers or the black caps) the mechanism can now slide more freely, and the unit can park the head properly without giving you the dreaded head homing error 5100 (or E-2-2 on the LCD display) Keep in mind that this repair will probably require you to remove the right panel off of the printer to gain access to the purge mechanism. There are two screws behind the printer, and two in front for each corresponding side panel (the front screws are behind the grey front panel of the printer - open the top cover to see the clips which hold the front cover on) Hope this helps some of you out.


Also try:

Opening up the case so you can get to the side where the power pack is located and then disconnecting the small plug connecting it to the printer circuit boards, wait 10 seconds, reconnect the plugs again the printer and then re-connect the external power lead.

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Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Apr 16, 2011

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