Canon Printer Error 5200 is caused by low ink concentrations, but it can also be caused by a faulty cartridge or a problem with the printer's logic board. The Canon printer is set up to combine all of the remaining ink colors to make black. In a nutshell, it means that the ink cartridge in your Canon printer is either empty or nearly empty. As a result, the operator examines the manual for the ink stage and notices that the black has vanished and the colors are nearly gone. You can also reach us by dialing our available helpline number. One of our knowledgeable technicians will resolve your issue while also removing any errors or faults from your Canon printer unit. Canon Printer Error 5200 occurs when a defective printer driver is not installed correctly or when there is a problem with the Canon printer's logic board. This is a popular printer error that can affect any Canon PIXMA printer, including the Canon mp495 Printer Error 5200, PIXMA MP 480, PIXMA MP 490, and the Canon PIXMA MX 340 and MX 350.