Kodak is one of the leading technology companies known for the production of imaging products. It also develops printers, inkjet business systems, micro-3D printing and packaging, and consumer film. Because of its high speed and amazing features, many people prefer Kodak printers to other printing brands. Some technical issues are also related to Kodak printers. The Kodak Printer Error Code 3527 is one of the most common problems experienced by users. If you are using a Kodak printer and have problems printing, your printer may be causing this error. Do not worry, you can solve this problem with the correct solutions mentioned in below.
- The 3527 error code on the Kodak printer is quite annoying. Typically, users encounter the Kodak 3527 printer error code when the printer has a header jam error.
- When someone receives the error message “Cart Lock” or “Cart Lock” on their desktop or printer screen, this error occurs. Thus, it is not possible to print, scan, copy or fax.
- You may experience this error message because of a paper jam in one or more slots inside the printer.
- For this reason, you will notice that printing stops unexpectedly. In addition, there may be other problems such as a broken sensor or a sensor lever, with rag errors that can generate this error code.
Solution 1- Remove the ink cartridges from the print head and install them
Step 1: – Remove the ink cartridges
First, try lifting the access door to the printer, and then remove the ink cartridges from the print head.
NOTE: If the print head does not move to the center position, press the “Home” button and then the “Maintenance” tab on your printer. Then check if the “Install Ink Cartridge” option is available. If this is the case, select “Install Ink Cartridges”, then press the “OK” button and follow the instructions. Otherwise, do the following:
- If an error appears on your printer’s control panel or your computer’s status monitor, press “Cancel” to clear the error.
- Go to “KODAK Printer Downloads and Drivers”, select your printer from the All-in-One Printers drop-down list, and download and install the latest firmware for your printer. Follow the instructions on the screen.
- After upgrading the firmware, press “Home” on the Kodak printer control panel.
- Choose the “Maintenance” tab, then press the “OK” button.
- Then select “Install Ink Cartridges” and press the “OK” button.
- Follow the instructions on the control panel LCD.
- Then go to the next step.
Step 2: – Insert the black ink cartridge into the print head, and press firmly until you hear a click.
Step 3: – Insert the color ink cartridge into the print head, and press firmly until you hear a click.
Step 4: – Then close the access door to the printer.
Step 5: – Then press the “OK” button to clear the error.
Step 6: -Make an impression.
Solution 2: – Resolution to remove the ink cartridges through the troubleshooting step
If that does not solve the problem, you can try one more thing. Next, slide a piece of card stock or similar paper across the paper path in the direction in which it would normally be fed (with the printer turned off). Then flip the printer over and shake it a bit. Then put the printer back in its normal position, then turn it on and try again. Sometimes dust or a very small piece of paper blocks a sensor and this problem will correct the situation. And remarkably, turning and shaking a printer solves a large percentage of stuck printer problems.
You can contact Kodak Printer Support without hassle to immediately establish a connection with the Kodak Printer Customer Support team, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Experienced and certified technicians are smart enough to handle any kind of technical problems or errors related to Kodak printers. This ensures you find the most accurate, fastest, and fastest solution for solving this Kodak printer’s technical problems.