I am attempting to find the serial numbers on a couple of 400's i have. Try as i might i am still having no luck...... Any suggestions?

Seems to me the serial number plate on those boxes was located by swinging out the toner bottle...just a guess.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

This is a pathetic attempt at spam.

Jan 12, 2017 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

5,382,600

Jan 09, 2017 | The Office Equipment & Supplies

http://www.openprinting.org/printers

http://www.openprinting.org/printers/manufacturer/Epson

Don't really know you failed to provide the exact model number ????????????????????????????????????????????

see if model number is listed in the above link

http://www.openprinting.org/printers/manufacturer/Epson

Don't really know you failed to provide the exact model number ????????????????????????????????????????????

see if model number is listed in the above link

Jan 09, 2017 | Epson Office Equipment & Supplies

Hello Tijjani,

The error code that you are experiencing is as follows;

**F2 73** IMPROPER TONER CARTRIDGE DETECTION (YELLOW)

You need to replace the yellow cartridge with the proper part #**Item Number:** MX 31NTYA, MX31NTYA.

Good Luck!

Rich Lilja

The error code that you are experiencing is as follows;

You need to replace the yellow cartridge with the proper part #

Good Luck!

Rich Lilja

Jan 08, 2017 | SHARP MX-3100N

Change the font on your document before printing

Jan 12, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

n to the power of k

n=4

k=? (your numbers are a bit strange...)

n=4

k=? (your numbers are a bit strange...)

Dec 20, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Do you want combinations or permutations? They're different things. A combination of n items taken m at a time, sometimes written "nCm", selects m items from a group of n without regard to order. A permutation of n items taken m at a time, sometimes written "nPm", selects m items from a group of m with regard to order.

Given six numbers, there are six combinations of one number, 15 combinations of two numbers, 20 combinations of three numbers, 15 combinations of four numbers, six combinations of five numbers, and one combination of six numbers.

Given six numbers, there are six permutations of one number, 30 permutations of two numbers, 120 permutations of three numbers, 360 permutations of four numbers, 720 permutations of five numbers, and 720 permutations of six numbers.

Given six numbers, there are six combinations of one number, 15 combinations of two numbers, 20 combinations of three numbers, 15 combinations of four numbers, six combinations of five numbers, and one combination of six numbers.

Given six numbers, there are six permutations of one number, 30 permutations of two numbers, 120 permutations of three numbers, 360 permutations of four numbers, 720 permutations of five numbers, and 720 permutations of six numbers.

Oct 22, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Use the words: decimal part, not decimal fractin

**Any number whose decimal part is periodic (has a recurring pattern that repeats indefinitely) is equivalent to a rational number, IS a rational number**

0.345 345 345 ... =345/999=115/333

In the following screen captures, discard the last digit if it does not belong to a period. It is the effect of rounding up of the calculator

**Period is 345**

**Period is 1**

Period is**09**

Period is** 79**

In general, if you have a decimal part of the form 0.d_1 d_2 d_3....d_n d_1 d_2 d_3 ...d_n ... where d_1 is the first digit of the period, d_2 is the 2nd digit of the period, ..., d_n is the n-th digit (and the last one) of the period, then the fraction representation of

0.**d_1d_2...d_n** d_1d_2... d_n ...=(**d_1d_2...d_n**)/(99...9) where the number of 9's in the denominator is equal to the number of digits in the period.

Once the fraction is found, one should reduce it to its simplest form.

0.345 345 345 ... =345/999=115/333

In the following screen captures, discard the last digit if it does not belong to a period. It is the effect of rounding up of the calculator

Period is

Period is

In general, if you have a decimal part of the form 0.d_1 d_2 d_3....d_n d_1 d_2 d_3 ...d_n ... where d_1 is the first digit of the period, d_2 is the 2nd digit of the period, ..., d_n is the n-th digit (and the last one) of the period, then the fraction representation of

0.

Once the fraction is found, one should reduce it to its simplest form.

Mar 02, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

0.2666666.....

Feb 27, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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