Here are a list of error codes that you may come across on a Canon printer.
If a part is faulty and you are unable to repair yourself, then contact the provider or local service centre.
Get the printer repaired by the provider or manufacturer.
An error occurred in the carriage encoder signal.
- Check for any obstructions of the carriage’s movement.
- Reseat the ink.
- Reset the ink absorber.
The print head is overheating.
Turn the printer off to allow it to cool down and turn it on again but seek repair if the problem persists.
The internal temperature is not what it should be.
The sheet feeder needs to be replaced. It can be that the gears in the printer and/or sensor have become faulty.
An error occurred in the LF encoder signal.
Can be the result of a deep paper jam with pins, paper or other miscellaneous objects stuck in there.
The cartridge mechanisim is jammed.
Reset the ink absorber.
Here is a list of Canon printers with links to the error codes you may come across:
- Canon Multifunction Printer MG2250
- Canon Multifunction Printer MP230
- Canon Multifunction Printer MG3250
- Canon Multifunction Printer MG5450
- Canon Inkjet Printer IP2702
- Canon Inkjet Printer IP7250
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