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Error is 5200


How do I resolve if there is sufficient ink in the containers?

Do I have to replace the ink cartridges?

If so, how often is replacement required?

And, finally, how do you do it?

Thank you. 





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Canon Pixma GA 4210

Hi stonek1958,

To resolve the 5200 error, please unplug the power cord from your G4210, reconnect the power cord, turn your G4201 on and follow these steps:

1. Please press the wrench and screwdriver button on your printer one time

2. Press the right arrow button to select Maintenance and press the OK

3. Press the right arrow button to select Ink Flush and then press the OK button --> G4210

4. Check the displayed message and press OK button

5. Select Yes and then press OK button

6. Select Yes and then press OK button

Or you can follow the steps provided in the G4210's manual:







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