I put clean paper in the tray but message comes back that there is no paper. I've tried cleaning out the tray and making sure it is locked into place, but still the same problem.
Ihave a cannon ip 2600 .when I push print on my coumputer,my my printer goes though the sound that it is working but it don't.than apop up says I don't have paper
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well as long as the ups sees them all , im not clear why that's a problem , but anyways this is a common thing that happens when doing a hot swap battery replacement , anyway if you really want to reset them back in order then you'll need to bypass the load (or remove it) power down ups and remove its input power too then remove all four trays of battery's , wait a few minutes till the caps die off and then put trays back in the sequence you wish it to be , then repower input wait 4 it to go online (5 min) and then add back load , this should make it go back to a fresh start up , but yo'll need to do this each time you remove trays
try removing the fans and remove a sticker at the centre, to find bearings,clean them with a cloth then spray Iso-Propyl alcohol (IP) clean with dry cloth put few drops of low viscosity oil(2T oil will help).tell me if the noise do reduce.
hi..OK 1st step open the unit and find the memory from the board remove the memory then make clean the all pin connectors using a paper eraser.if u have video card remove too then same make a clean..good luck and have a nice day...Thanks
Tony166, according to the web, the Panasonic DBS 576 single cabinet phone system will run at a peak wattage of 360 or 3.3 amps. 3.3 amps x 120V = 396 VA.
Also, this is a very sensitive device and needs good clean power to eliminate frequency variations and line noise. You should put this system on an On Line or Double Conversion UPS. Not a Line Interactive or an Off Line unit! Those are the 3 UPS industry standard technologies. The Off Line technology is simply a battery in a box. It can break down a clean sinewave input and feed your connected load a stepwave signal. The Line Interactive unit will provide a sinewave while on battery power, but not during normal operation. Only a true On Line UPS will provide pure sinewave power 100% of the time!
Depending on how many beeps, the sequence and the interval, this is indicative of a fault in either the video card or the memory. In some models this can also refer to the bios/motherboard fault.
If you PC came with an add-on video card, try to remove, clean the little gold tips and reinsert back. If the video is built-in to the motherboard, then it is sharing the memory. You can do the same with the memories. Remove, clean, reinsert. A good way of cleaning would be with the use of a pencil eraser rubbing on the gold strips/pins.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back specific model of your PC as well as the sequence of beeps.