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Timing gears on 1994 saturn dohc

The book shows the timing marks and as i set them in the correct position it does not reflect exactly what the book shows,i need an exact diagram of the timing marks for the cam gears if possible

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  • tom3845 Dec 07, 2008

    i have same prob with 1993 DOHC timing of cams to crank.

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Labels aren't feeding through at right length


This sounds like a calibration issue.


Follow the instructions below to re-calibrate



Three readings are required:

· Empty: No media in the sensor.

· Gap (or Mark): Only the backing, notch, or reflective mark in the sensor.

· Paper: The label (with the liner attached) in the sensor.

To perform a Standard Calibration:


Step Operator Action Displayed Message Comment

1 (Media should be loaded and the appropriate Sensor Typeselected.)


2 Press the menu key.

Raise the printhead assembly.

MENU MODE

MEDIA SETTINGS


You are entering Menu Mode.


3 Press the enter key to enter

the Media Settings menu.

MEDIA SETTINGS

MEDIA TYPE



4 Press the FWD key and

scroll to 'Sensor Calibration'.

MEDIA SETTINGS

SENSOR CALIBRATION



5 Press the ENT key. SENSOR CALIBRATION

PERFORM CALIBRATION

You are beginning the standard

calibration procedure.


6 Press the ENT key.

Remove the media from the Media Sensor then press any key.


REMOVE LABEL STOCK

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'empty' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading.



8 Position the label (and backing,

if any) under the Sensor Eye

Mark.

ã Note: If using preprinted

media, ensure the label area

under the sensor is free of

preprinted text, graphics or

borders.

Press any key to continue.

SCAN PAPER

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'paper' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading.

The calibration was successful.

See note below if another

message was displayed.


10 Exit upon successful

calibration: Back out of the

menu tree by repeatedly

pressing the key.

If using gap or reflective media,

press and hold the FEED key.

The printer will begin

advancing media; allow at least

one label gap (or mark) to

advance under the sensor.


READY

Aug 19, 2011 | Datamax I-4208 Thermal Label Printer

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Datamax prints ten or so labels then skips one (leaves it blank) then continues on


First check the sensor is free of any label debris. Then follow instructions below:


Standard Calibration is appropriate for most media types. During the process, the printhead assembly can be raised for visual access to the media and media sensor. In addition, displayed sensor readings can be used to indicate the best position over the media, which is helpful when using small, position-critical TOF notches or marks.

Three readings are required:

.No Media

.Lable Backing

.Backing plus lable


Standard Calibration

Step Operator Action Displayed Message Comment

5 Press the key. SENSOR CALIBRATION

PERFORM CALIBRATION

You are beginning the standard

calibration procedure.

6 Press the key.

Remove the media from the

Media Sensor then press any

key.


REMOVE LABEL STOCK

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'empty' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading.

7 Proceed according to your

media type:

Die-cut stock: strip the media

from the backing and then

reinsert it into the sensor; adjust

the Sensor Eye Mark over the

center of the backing.

Notched stock: adjust the

Sensor Eye Mark over the

center of the notch.

Reflective stock: Adjust the

Sensor Eye Mark over the

center of the facedown black

mark.

Continuous stock: go to Step

8.

Press any key to continue.

SCAN BACKING

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

Or, for reflective media:

SCAN MARK

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'gap' or 'mark' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading: useful in

locating the best sensor

position.

ã Note: Never position the

sensor over a perforation when

recording a sensor reading.

ã Note: Do not move the position of the Media Sensor after it has been adjusted.

8 Position the label (and backing,

if any) under the Sensor Eye

Mark.

ã Note: If using preprinted

media, ensure the label area

under the sensor is free of

preprinted text, graphics or

borders.

Press any key to continue.

SCAN PAPER

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'paper' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading.

Maintenance and Adjustments

5-3

Standard Calibration (continued)

Step Operator Action Displayed Message Comment

9 Observe the display. GAP MODE

CALIBRATION COMPLETE

Or, for reflective media:

REFLECTIVE MODE

CALIBRATION COMPLETE

Or, for continuous media:


CONTINUOUS MODE

CALIBRATION COMPLETE

The calibration was successful.

See note below if another

message was displayed.

10 Exit upon successful

calibration: Back out of the

menu tree by repeatedly

pressing the key.

If using gap or reflective media,

press and hold the FEED key.

The printer will begin

advancing media; allow at least

one label gap (or mark) to

advance under the sensor.


READY

The printer is now ready to

begin printing.

Aug 09, 2011 | Datamax DMX-I-4208 Label Printer

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My canon ir 2018 is asking me to load correct paper in the tray even when the paper size is correct and all the settings are correct. It would print one copy then ask to load paper, i pull out the tray and...


Check the proper orientation of the paper. For example, if you are loading A4 size. In your tray you can find 2 A4 size. Select A4R in you want to position your paper Landscape or A4 if portrait.
To verify also the correct paper size, put your paper on the platen glass. Markings on the two sides of the platen glass shows the correct paper size.

Sep 16, 2010 | Canon imageRUNNER 2000 Copier

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The label stock has black backing and when I try to calibrate the labels the printer doesn't seem to recognize the top of the form - why?


Black backing is meant to be used with the reflective sensor. This is the red light that you see in the "throat" when you raise the printhead. You need to change the sensor type in the printer from GAP or WEB to MARK. Press the SETUP key and then press NEXT until you see the setting for SENSOR TYPE. Change it from GAP or WEB to MARK. This will turn on the reflective sensor and then the printer will index from black mark to black mark.

Be careful though...setting in the printer driver usually override the printer settings so you may have to change the sensor type in the printer driver, depending on what software / driver you're using.

Hope that helps !

Apr 20, 2010 | Zebra 140XiIII Plus Thermal Label Printer

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We can not use our print DATAMAX DMX M CLASS


What type of stock are you using? Gapped, continuous, or reflective mark?
If you are using a standard gapped stock, and the stock is loaded in the printer and ready, press the feed button until 3-6 labels are passed beneath the media sensor.

If you are using reflective (eyemarked stock) go in the the media settings. Change the sensor type to reflective.
Make sure that the eyemark is presented to the sensot at the small white strip on the sensor. Do not move the sensor to a place where the sensor will see anything but the mark.

Dec 31, 2009 | Datamax I-4308 Thermal Label Printer

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My printer won't caliberate using a 1.25 inch circular label. The label stock is white, the backing is an opaque whiteish with black lines between each...HELPPPPP


Zebra printers use 2 methods to sense the gap between labels. Transmissive or Reflective. Your labels have a black mark on the backing. Your printer uses these black marks to detect the gap between your labels. Ensure that your printer's mode is set to REFLECTIVE & check that your printer driver media also is set to BLACK MARK. Print a config label to look at your printer settings.

Nov 06, 2009 | Zebra 110Xi III Plus Thermal Printer

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Docucolor 242 code 042-326. What do we need to


arrwup.gifBSD On BSD 9.20 - Transfer Belt Position Monitoring arrwup.gifDescription Belt Home Position too long
arrwup.gifInitial Action NOTE:
If this fault is declared 3 times in succession, the print mode will be disabled. In order to clear this condition, reset NVM location 741-105 to 0.
  • Check the opening/closing of the Front Cover.
  • Turn the power OFF then ON.
arrwup.gifProcedure Check that the Transfer Belt is in the center (where the IBT Belt Edge and the IBT Belt Frame are approx. the same distance from the front and rear). Center if required (see REP 9.3).
Perform ADJ 9.13 Belt Edge Learn Cycle.
The Belt Edge Learn Cycle ends abnormally. Yes No Unanswered
End
Check the reflective mark at the rear of the Transfer belt.
The reflective mark positioned correctly and reflects properly. Yes No Unanswered
Clean the reflective mark and reposition it properly, if the problem continues, replace the IBT belt ( PL 7.3).
Enter dC330 [042-200 Transfer Belt Home Sensor]. Rotate the belt manually for 1 turn.
The display changes. Yes No Unanswered
Go to OF 99-1 and troubleshoot the Transfer Belt Home Sensor ( PL 7.5).
Check the operation of the actuator of the Transfer Belt Edge Sensor Assembly.
The actuator moves smoothly. Yes No Unanswered
Replace the Transfer Belt Edge Sensor Assembly ( PL 7.4).
Select [042-016 IBT Steering Motor (CW) High Current] and [042-017 Steering Motor (CCW) High Current].
The IBT Steering Motor operate. Yes No Unanswered
Go to OF 99-9 and troubleshoot the IBT Steering Motor ( PL 7.4).
Check the installation position of the IBT Belt Module (the four legs of the IBT Belt Module are placed on the board springs of the Transfer Drawer and the fixing screws (M4: x2) of the IBT Drawer are tightened).
The IBT Belt Module is installed in the proper position. Yes No Unanswered
Adjust the installation position of the IBT Belt Module.
Set dC131 [741-105 Angle Data Initial Value (A0)] to 0.Install the IBT Belt in the center (where the IBT Belt Edge and the IBT Belt Frame are approx. the same distance from the front and rear). Perform ADJ 9.13 Belt Edge Learn cycle.
The Belt Edge Learn Cycle ends abnormally. Yes No Unanswered
End
Replace the Transfer Belt Home Sensor ( PL 7.5). If the problem continues, replace the Transfer Belt Edge Sensor ( PL 7.4). If the problem persists, replace the Transfer Belt Edge Sensor ( PL 7.4). If the problem is persistent, replace the IBT Belt Module ( PL 7.1).

Sep 08, 2009 | Xerox Printers & Copiers

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Xerox Phaser 8560 - error code: 07,010.43:205458


This is from the service manual. If you remove both sides and home everything it should come ready.
Harry

The 7,007.49, 7,008.41, 7009.42, and 7,010.43 errors indicate that the
Printhead was unable to tilt normally on its axis. Possible causes include:
??  The printer was powered off in the middle of a cleaning cycle and the
Wiper Blade has frozen to the Printhead.
??  A Drum Maintenance Camshaft lobe is broken and holding the Drum
Maintenance Kit’s oil roller against the Drum when it should be retracted
to its home position.
??  Process Drive not being aligned correctly.
??  A damaged Printhead Restraint.
??  Ink spilled in the Roll Block preventing proper Printhead motion.
??  Ink or other debris under the Printhead preventing proper motion.
??  The Wiper Assembly not being aligned correctly or ink spilled in the wiper
tracks.
??  The Head Tilt Gear not being homed correctly.
??  The X-Axis Motor nose cone not being installed correctly.
??  The ferrite torrid on the Printhead interface cable has slipped behind the
Printhead causing the Printhead to bind when it tilts backwards.
??  The black plastic shroud on the back of the Printhead is snapped off and
binding the Printhead when it tilts back.
Caution
After servicing the printer, manually set the following assemblies to their
home position before powering on the printer. See Section 6 for
instructions on setting these components to their home positions.
??  Printhead (tilted forward and disengaged from Printhead tilt gear)
??  Head Tilt Gear (disengaged from Process Drive train; arrows on left
frame point to each other)
??  Wiper Assembly (bottom of travel)
??  Process Drive (holes on Transfix Camshaft and Drum Maintenance
Camshaft line up with marks on frame, large gears within assembly
line up with holes in Process Drive housing)

Apr 21, 2009 | Xerox WorkCentre C2424DN All-In-One Laser...

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Epson LQ -590 PRINTER PROBLEM


  1. You text page is larger than the printer page,
    margins are set wrong, or there are special
    formatting marks and/or characters at the end
    of your documents.

  2. Check default printer paper-size settings:

    START --> Printers & Faxes -> Chose printer -->
    right-click --> properties --> ....

    This sets the default settings, that are in effect every time
    an application starts up.

    Also note, that if printer settings are not listed within
    your START menu, you can find them in the Windows
    control panel. You can change what shows in the
    START menu and what doesn't by right-clicking the
    task bar.

  3. Now start your application and do the same thing under
    the file menu:

    File --> Print --> Settings ...
    File --> Printer settings ...
    File --> Page setup .... and also margins. etc...

    This sets the actual settings for this application or the
    current document. These settings over-ride the global
    default setting in item (2)
  4. To clarify, the settings in item (2) should be setup to
    reflect the way you use the printer the most often.

    The settings in item (3) reflect the actual document you
    are trying to print now.

  5. Be careful that the paper size settings (3) accurately
    reflect the paper in the machine, do not confuse
    metric sizes: A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 ....

    with English sizes: Letter, Legal,..... etc

    These do not line up exactly.

  6. Also check your document, to make sure that there
    are no extra characters at the end of your document:

    Paragraph marks, Page Brakes, Form Feeds, etc.

    Also check the paragraph settings (in Word for Windows,
    for example, to make sure that is not the cause of the
    problem.

    In word for Windows, for example, you can also go
    into tools, options and change the way your document
    is displayed, such that all formatting marks become
    visible (or click on the paragraph tool)

  7. Finally, most Windows applications offer some kind
    of print PREVIEW facility, so that you can see what
    you are going to get, before you physically print it.



I hope this solves your problem, please rate my answers.
Good luck.

Martin

Jul 17, 2008 | Epson LQ-590 Matrix Printer

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Resetting Toner count onprint settings PRINT SETTINGS report


I don't suggest refilling cartridges as I work on printers every day but seems to me that you have done everything correctly the only thing I think you have done is either filled with incorrect toner thus giving a incorrect reading or when moving gear you have dislodged the pin that activates the reset procedure.

Thanks J

Jan 14, 2008 | Brother HL-2040 Laser Printer

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