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Re: KM-1820 Prints too dark
Dear sir; As you descript, seem like your machine have over toner, Here have one mode you can try to simulated;
1, press and hold them down "start", "#", "enter" these three keys.
2, enter 144, press enter, there is a single digit display on screen.
3, setting the number on 0,
give them a try ,see what's happen and let me know the result.
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don't always believe what they say. just because its "supposed to " last a certain amount of time, doesn't mean it will. Once you get the insides dirty, its hard to get them straight again. Sometimes there is build up on the printer head from a leaky cartridge. I'm just guessing cause I had a similar brand that was brand new act up on me and because I was printing bold it started rolling the paper. I put it on economy printing to save toner and after a few runs, it cleared up. plus using a watermark helped but don't think that will help you in your situation.
Sometimes when I get a streak on one side its from light coming in from somewhere and it thinks its part of the image and prints it. If you make sure that your material is flat and not allowing light to come in or its firmly against the glass it might help.
I had the same problem but it was caused by the scanner that was not running flash under the copier glass,if I remember correctly there are spacers on the scanner that keep the scanner to run exactly the same distance from the glass of both sides of the scanner.
On the other machine,I found a faulty scanner cable that cause a similar problem.
The KM-1820 to scan to PC is using SMB, FTP or e-mail.
for SMB: I am assuming you have the KM-1820 connected within the network and a static IP address for it. open any Internet browser and go to KM-1820's IP address. You should see the Command Centre web page. Go to Basic page and add/register a contact within the Address Book. Give a name and at the SMB section field, fill up with your computer hostname or the ip address of your computer where you want to scan. Fill up the user name with the local user name - the one what you are using to get into your computer - or create a new LOCAL user for your PC lets say "kyocera". So for SMB will be your computer and username: kyocera. (You will need a password for that computer user (kyocera) ). Then create a folder "scan" where you want ot receive the scanned files and add "scan" at the path field (SMB section of that webpage - command center). Now share the folder "scan" as "scan".
if you want you can always use the scan to e-mail !! but you need a smtp server. All the settings can be done using that command center webpage.