Try removing ink cartridge and see if the error goes away. If it does, you have a bad cartridge. Sometimes that happens to new cartridges as well. When your printer shows a b200 error, the ink carrier will not move, so you have to gently move it to where you access cartridge to remove it. This is for all canon printers that have a 2 cartridge ink system. For printers with a removable printhead, see solution below:
You can do this by removing the cartridge look thoroughly inside to see if there is no paper stuck inside it but if you find out that there is no paper then reinsert the cartridge and restart it. It will surely work.
Turn your printer on and open the menu.
Use the directional arrows to navigate through the setup menu.
Go to Device settings and press OK.
Now select the Reset settings option and press OK to start the process.
The users who are experiencing offline errors while using the Canon printers are suggested to check the connections, settings and printer hardware before proceeding any further. The connection to and from the printer shall be verified thoroughly by the users and any anomalies if found shall be fixed then and there. As these errors can also be caused by printer hardware issues, the users are suggested to check with different key components of the printer like the cartridges, feed tray and more and fix any issues if found. Restarting the printer and the computer after following the above mentioned procedure will help in solving and preventing the offline errors with your canon printer.
First press the stop key for a 5 sec, then press copy button and ok key, then turn off and on the machine.
If the problem still existing Remove any piece of paper stack on the ink side and pullar
Clean transparent kemistrip it is in front of kemi built, clean the plastic trip make sure no date or ink on the transparent kemistrip. Use a soft cloth to clean.
Turn on the machine then start to print.
Canon product support has defined the errormessage U052 as "an indication that the Printer does not recognize the printhead or the printhead itself is faulty," the Canon printer class action lawsuit states.Sep 6, 2018