07-25-2017 05:32 PM
I bought a PIXMA MG5620 almost exactly two years ago. It worked fine, until it didn't all of a sudden a couple of weeks ago. Printer Support staff could not really diagnose the problem from error code B203, gave me some BS busywork to try and fix it, and when that didn't work, said it couldn't be repaired.
Now I've received a new printer--at a discount from their loyalty program. What to do with the old printer? Can it really not be fixed? We have a good electronics recycling program here, but really...a two year old printer can only be recycled?
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-28-2017 08:24 AM
Unfortunately, in today's manufacturing world, the answer is yes. Production lines can be created so that relatively unskilled personnel can assemble piece-parts.
Diagnosis and repair require skilled personnel.
You can buy new printers for basically the cost of the ink cartridges included in the box.
07-28-2017 12:41 PM