Canon Printer Error B200 - here's another regular printer issue you most likely may have experienced once or commonly when while utilizing your Canon printer. I chose to incorporate this since I have perused a lot of grievances about this error message.
Canon Error B200, for the most part, identifies with a printhead issue and an error message of help code B200 will streak on the control board. Orange and green lights will continue squinting multiple times as a sign of this error.
The most well-known arrangement we hear is to kill the printer and let it chill off for a couple of moments. It may be brought about by some remote flotsam and jetsam inside the rollers or because of paper jam to it must be evacuated. To some this entirely works. In any case, if this doesn't work, there is as yet a fix you can attempt. This anyway relies upon what number of cartridges your Canon printer has. The quantity of cartridges really matters in settling this issue. The drawback of this arrangement is it really doesn't demonstrate which cartridge has a tricky printhead. So you should truly need to experience the cartridge set to determine it. So here's a bit by bit arrangement you can attempt.
For Canon Printer with 2 cartridges:
Mood killer printer. Hold up until the cartridge transporter returns as an afterthought. In the event that the carriage stalls out, open the top and move the carriage to the side.
Turn on the printer.
Evacuate the cartridges. Check the spouts and clean them if there's any obstructed or dried ink.
Reinstall the cartridges. The basic piece of this anyway is changing a cartridge to know which one of them is risky. Supplement another or old working ink cartridge alongside the present ink cartridge (dark or shading).
Check whether the Error B200 still shows up.
Trade until you make sense of which cartridge is dangerous.
Change the tricky cartridge with another one.
Run a test print.
In the event that the issue still endures, call Canon Helpline or a printer expert to forestall further printer harm.
For 4 shading Ink Canon Printer:
Open ink cartridge carriage and expel all ink cartridges.
Expel the printhead cautiously by lifting the switch on the carriage.
Clean printhead to expel obstructed and dried ink.
Reinsert printhead. Reinstall ink cartridges to their right positions.
Unplug power string and let the printer sit for at any rate 5 minutes or until totally chilled off.
Reattach the fitting and turn on the printer.
Run a spout check or cleaning cycle. Error B200 ordinarily happens when the printhead can't be cleaned or got to.
In the event that the issue still continues, call Canon Helpline or a printer professional to forestall further printer harm.
On the off chance that Canon printer Error B200 isn't settled, this may mean there's harm inside the printer's inside. Call the client administrations if your guarantee still covers your printer issues.