Canon Printer Error Code B200 is another printer error you may have experienced several times when working with the Canon Printer. I added this because I’ve received user complaints regarding that error.
Canon Error B200 generally relates to a printhead problem, and the error message for Support code B200 will be displayed in the Control Panel. The green and orange lights continue to blink ten times to indicate the Canon pixma g4200 error code b200.
The most popular method we hear of is to shut off the machine and allow it to be cool for a couple of minutes. The reason for this could be an obstruction in these rollers. Or, due to the paper jam, it needs to be cleared. For some, this is a good idea. However, if it doesn’t work, there’s an option you can test. It all depends on the number of cartridges you have in your Canon printer. It is the number of cartridges that determines the solution. The drawback of this method is that it doesn’t reveal which cartridge has an issue with its printhead. This means you’ll have to look through the cartridge set to find out what caused the issue. This is a step-by-method solution that you can test.
For Canon Printer that comes with two cartridges:
- Switch off your printer. The cartridge will remain on the side until it is back on the side. If the carriage is stuck, remove the lid and then move the carriage to the side.
- Turn on your printer.
- Take the cartridges off. Examine the nozzles and clean them if they’re blocked or dry or soiled ink.
- Install the cartridges. The most important part, however, is to change a cartridge to determine which of them is the problem. Insert a new or older working ink cartridge and the ink cartridge you currently have (black or colored).
- Examine if Error B200 is still visible.
- Change cartridges until you know the problem cartridge.
- Change the problematic cartridge to Replace cartridge with a new one.
- Run a test print.
If the issue persists, call Canon Helpline or a printer technician to prevent further damage.
For four color Ink Canon Printer:
- Ink cartridge carriages can be opened, and all cartridges of ink can be taken.
- Take the printhead off with care by pulling the lever to the right side of the carriage.
- Clean printheads to eliminate dry and clogged ink.
- Reinsert printhead. Install ink cartridges in their proper positions.
- Unplug the power cable and allow the printer to sit for at least 5 minutes or until the printer has completely cooled down.
- Connect the plug again and switch on your printer.
- Check the nozzle or run a cleaning cycle. The error B200 usually occurs when printing heads aren’t removed or cleaned.
If the issue persists, you can call the Canon Helpline or a printer technician to avoid further damage.
If Canon printer error B200 is not solved, it could indicate an issue within the printer’s inner. Contact customer support if your warranty is still valid for the issues with your canon pixma g2000 installation.