Fix ink absorber full Problem(Error 5B00) in Canon Printer

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Today we are Going to Address a Long Discussed Problem error 5b00 With Canon Printers. As we have Seen Many People Have reported this Issue Online Every day, We Are Going to Help You Understand & fix the Problem.

Canon Error 5b00 –

This Error Typically Represents Problem With Waste Link Counter OverFlowing. When this issue occurs on your Canon printer, the printer boots normally like every day but when you try to print or scan a document, the lamp starts flashing “Green” and “Orange” like 8-10 times in a row.

If you try to print any documents from the computer, you will get the error message on the Canon printer screen “Support Code 5b00 A printer error has occurred”

Let’s Try Some Basic Troubleshooting First to Check if it Works Out

Canon Service Mode –

Step 1 – Turn the printer off and on and if this does not clear the message your printer needs repair”. In this case, you need to turn the printer off and set your printer into the “service mode” position. You need to press and hold the power button for 5 seconds and let go off the button.

Step 2- press the zoom button five times. If you see the 2 LEDs powered on, assume that printer is already in the position of “service mode”. If you go into the “Devices and Printer” section in control panel of your windows computer, you will see the printer status as offline or not recognized the device and it will be shown as a new device. This method also works for the 5800 error.

See Printer status

Check the Ink Level

First of all, you need to have a look at the ink levels of the printer and if the ink level is lower than 50%, this process will not work. If in case, the ink level is “low”, replace the ink cartridges and then you are good to go.

Plug out the Power cable from the printer to switch it off completely and then plug the power cable back in and switch on the power button on the printer.

Let the printer start itself and after the printer is “ON”, the green coloured LED will stop blinking. Now, press and hold the “Stop” button until the orange “LED” blinks 5 times and then release the button.

After that, the printer will make some strange noise, that’s normal and wait for the noise to get finished, it usually takes 10 minutes to stop. During this time, the printer is pumping ink into the print head and calibrating the ink levels. Hence, enough ink must be filled in before you carry out this process. Now, the work is almost finished.

Reset Canon Printer

In case if you are still facing the issue, you need to perform the printer reset to the factory settings. You need to run and install the “canon service tools program”.

and go to the “EEPROM tab” and click on EEPROM status before you initiate the reset process on your printer. It will ask you about the paper source tray, by default it will be set to “rear tray”, leave it as it is and a notification saying “A function was finished” will appear on your computer screen.

Now, you need to do the printer reset. On check ink counter, choose “Main” and then click on the settings button. Then, the printer reset process will start running and it will take a few seconds.

While it’s running the printer LED light will keep flashing. When the LED lamp stops flashing, it means that the printer has been successfully reset.
After “Reset process’ is already completed, click on printer “EEPROM status” once again and printing process of EEPROM status will take few moments to complete and it will be completed when the power lamp stops flashing. After that click on Pro and then choose data to save option “EEPROM save”. Check it by using the program and you will see printer EEPROM will be already returned into 0%.

You can see before the reset process, the EEPROM status D = 100%, then after the reset process EEPROM status D turned to 000.0%. This way the reset process has been completed. Turn the printer off and then turn it back on again. The printer is good to go now and you can start using the printer as you have always used

we Hope this Helps you fix the Canon Error 5b00. Please Let us Know Via Comments If You Need More Help Or Contact Us Now

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How to Fix Support Code 6000 Error in Canon Printer?

Do You See Support Code 6000 Error Or C000 Error on Printer Screen & You are Unable to Print Because a Printer Error has Occurred?

if The Answers is Yes Then this Post is Just For You. Many Canon users may start assuming that their Canon Printer is Half Dead the Moment they See Support Code 6000 on there Printer Screen  But that’s Not True

Firstly There is No Need to Panic Or start de-assembling the Printer Because Some Online Forum Recommends That. Take it Slow & Let’s Gather Some Facts Before We address the issue –

What is Support Code 6000 ?

Normally if Your Canon Printer Says Support Code 6000 Or  Printer error has occurred then most of the Time You may have Something Inside the Printer Blocking the Line Feed (LF) but there Can Other Reasons Too That may Cause Canon Printer to Provide Same Code 6000 Error. Let’s List out Some Of the Reasons-

  • Ink Cartridge Holder is Stuck
  • Possible Paper Jam inside Canon Printer
  • Paper feed Tray is Not Set Properly
  • Blockage to Paper Feed Tray From Inside Or Outside
  • Defective Line Feed Or Sensor Unit
  • Multiple Printing Commands Overload
  • Foreign Object, Dust Obstacles Or Small Paper Pieces Stuck in the Paper path

Reboot Canon Printer –

Often This Problem Can be Fixed with a Simple Reboot So Please Turn Off Canon Printer & Disconnect the Power Cord From Electric Supply than Wait for 3-5 Minutes.

In the Meantime Remove the Ink Cartridges & Plug it back Properly Make Syre Its Placed Well Otherwise It May Cause the Same Error.

Now Plug the Printer Back to Power & Restart it Then Check if the Printer is Working Fine Now.

Connect the power cord

Use Power Key –

Turn off the Printer & turn the Power Supply On Then As soon as your Printer Starts Powering on Press the Power key & Hold it. While Holding the Power Key Tap on Stop Key 3-4 Times

Press Power Button

After a Minutes Restart the Printer Normally & See if it works

Clean the Printer –

Turn Off the Printer & Open the Print Cover. Remove any paper jam inside the Printer gently. & Clean the Paper feed & encoder strip Try With a Cotton Cloth. Use a Compressed vacuum cleaner to Clean the Dust & Foreign Object inside the Printer.

clean your printer

we Hope all these instructions will help you fix Canon Error 6000. Please Comment Below & Let us Know if You Need More Help. Feel Free to Contact Us For Any kind Of Canon Related Problem.