Canon Pixma MG5320
after receiving an error B200 error, it shut off and will not turn on. I have a new print head, but cannot put it in, as the old printhead is in and I cannot manually slide it to the left. is there a release? or is this something that will require disassembly to fix? how

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Check1 Press ON button. Check2 Make sure power plug is securely connected to printer, and then turn on again. Check3 Unplug printer, leave it for at least 2 minutes, and then plug it back in and turn on again.
Simply turn the printer off with the power button on the printer. Once turned off, disconnect the printer`s power cord from the back of the printer. Wait approximately 30 seconds before you reconnect it. Once reconnected, use the printer`s power button to turn the printer back on.
Faulty power cords and connections are an uncommon but possible cause of a printer not turning on. Before suspecting a cord failure, ensure that there is power to the wall outlet and there are no conditions preventing the printer from turning on. Testing by substitution can confirm if a cord connection is the problem.
Press Setup. Press the arrow buttons until you navigate to Device settings and then press OK. Press the arrow buttons until you navigate to Reset setting and then press OK. Press the arrow buttons until you navigate to Reset all and then press OK.
Press the key on the printer`s control panel. If the printer has entered Sleep Mode 2, you can release the mode when [ ] (Power) is pressed.
Do a hard reset on your printer. To do this you just need to turn off your printer, unplug for a few minutes and then plug the printer again. If that still doesn`t work, try turning the printer and your computer off, and then start it back up again. Try uninstalling and then reinstalling your printer driver.
Printer sleep mode

Check that the printer does not have sleep mode enabled: Go to Control Panel > Devices and Printers. Right-click the printer in question, then select Printer Preferences. Look for an option to disable sleep or time-out mode.

The fuse protects your printer from short circuits and power overload. It is placed between the power outlet and the switch on the left side of the printer. If your machine does not start after pressing the power switch, at first you should check if the power cable is connected to a power source.
Turning the power ON/OFF while the print monitor screen is displayed may cause the printer driver to go off-line and make printing impossible. In this case, open the [Printers / Printers and Faxes / Devices and Printers] folder on the computer and check if your printer driver is shown as off-line.
Some of the most common printer problems that most of us have experienced include paper jamming, slow printing, uneven printing, and wrong colour output. If you use your printer frequently, we know how annoying it can be to have persisting problems with the printer.
Print blemishes after inserting a new cartridge. Slow print times. Abnormal noises. Paper jams and ripped paper.
Press the key on the printer`s control panel. If the printer has entered Sleep Mode 2, you can release the mode when [ ] (Power) is pressed.
Press the key on the printer`s control panel. If the printer has entered Sleep Mode 2, you can release the mode when [ ] (Power) is pressed.
Ink may have run out (The lamp on the ink tank flashes). If printing is in progress, you are recommended to stop printing, replace the ink tank, and then print again.
The machine turns off automatically according to the elapsed time you specified if you activate the setting to turn the unit off automatically. If you do not want the machine to turn off automatically, open the printer driver setup window and in Auto Power under the Maintenance sheet, select Disable for Auto Power Off.

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