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The PCM supply's the five volt reference . Is there five volts at the PCM on that gray wire , T - pin that wire at the PCM connector . If no 5 volt ref. there PCM is bad ! Provided one of the other sensors on the 5 volt ref. circuit isn't pulling it down ! Check pin's 4 & 5 in the DLC connector ,these are ground circuits . One is sensor ground an other is body ground . Your vehicle has two 5 five ref. circuits A & B . What type scan tool did you use ? Your 5 volt ref. circuit inside the engine computer is shorted because of your code reader .
I am sorry but you will need to provide more information in order to get help with your problem. What actual printer model do you have? Is this a networked printer with a wireless adapter fitted? Do you have a wireless router or access point? You mention a PS Optus - I assume this is a PlayStation device - how are you connecting the printer to this box? I found a reference to the A3-3311 error in a Samsung CLX-318X document which states that this is a failed connection to a SMTP server which doesn't make a lot of sense. SMTP = Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and is used for e-mail when sending an outgoing message. Printers do not normally send e-mail messages in my experience.
Hi, apologies - i am unable to answer your question ref; printer problems. BUT i note, previously you were able to advise someone else with regard to problems with a cable & wireless CWD4900SE answer machine. I have contacted C & W, who say they no longer supply any telecoms eqpt, and that they originally only supplied through Alba, in the UK. If you still have the user manual, could you please let me know. My email address is email@example.com Many thanks. Steve - Hull
Yes the car will fail to start due to this error code p1496.Its possible.
Description of code P1496 is 5 Volt Supply Output Too Low.But to locate the exact fault you will need to do some troubleshooting.The 5 V ref. can be low for a couple reasons. 5V is supplied to several engine sensors, like the crank, cam, Map, etc. It's not uncommon on chryslers for one of the sensors to short the 5 V. reference voltage and get that code. To check if a sensor is bad and shorting the ref. just check for voltage on the 5V ref as you unplug each sensor. If the 5 V. ref. returns, the last sensor you unplugged is the shorted sensor. It's usually the crankshaft sensor, but not always. If the 5 V. ref. still is shorted after unplugging all sensors that receive 5V. ref, check for 5 V. at the PCM. If it's present at the PCM, there's an open or short after the PCM. If there isn't 5V ref at the PCM, it's probably a bad PCM.That is a 5 volt supply too low. You will want to check the connections at the MAP and TPS sensors.--------
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Simple answer - you can not.
If you want the English driver for this machine, you have to purchase a printer from Alps Supplies. You will then be provided with an English driver.
If you did not buy the machine from Alps Supplies, you have no chance of getting the English driver.
I will give you a easiest way for finding the drivers that you need for
your hardware.Just download the software named driver magician.Install
it and it will search for the drivers that is not installed for the
hardware you have through internet and will download it for you.
Hi, I'd love to help you with the problem you described.
Connect your phone line (out of the wall or your phone modem supplied by your phone or cable company) into the jack on your MFC-240 has a picture that is shaped like a little telephone. These jacks are located on the lower left back corner when you are facing your printer.
In the same location, there is another jack right next to the one you just plugged into. Take the phone cord that came with your printer and plug one end into the jack.
Plug the other end of this cord into the base of your phone or answering machine.
Test your connections by picking up your phone handset and listening for a dial tone.
Next, set the receive mode your printer for fax only (if you set the receive mode to phone/fax or other mode, you could experience problems with your voice mail). Fax only will ensure that your printer will only answer fax calls. Here's how you do it.
Press the menu key on your MFC-240
Press 0 (display switches to initial set up)
Press 1 (display switches to receive mode)
Fax only should be the first item that shows on the display.
Press the ok button on your MFC-240. The machine is now ready to receive faxes.
If you have not done so already set up either your answering machine or your cable company voice mail.
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Left click "START" button
Left click "My Computer"
Double left click the CDROM icon (Picture of a CD)
This will open your CDROM disk, look for setup.exe and double left click it.
If you can't find a setup.exe, look for the autorun file double left click it and in that file should be the startup file and location.