Hi,First time user here and at wits end,based in Akaroa NZ so have problems getting things serviced.simple questin,on the screen it keeps on saying check cassette code 011 and check printer code 021.also red alarm light is flashing.Have fitted new ink cartridge.Been refilled by Cartridge world.Any help much appreciated,tried to get imfo from Panosonic site but no luck.Cheers Mick
1 On the end of the paper cassette is a broken off tab. Turn the machine on it's back. You will see a black u-shaped photo sensor that this tab goes into. Stuff a small piece of electrical tape in there.
2. Press Function/ 7/ monitor key slowly 4 times/ star/ 6 scroll down to shipment set/ 2/ press set (fax will reboot)
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Hi , The phones which keep saying Register mean that they have lost the coding for the Base. To re-code them all you do is
press the menu button,
Press down Button 3 times until Setting comes on the screen,
Press the Button Phone/Ok,
The Display should display HANDSET SETTING,
Press the Button Phone/Ok ,
Then Press the Down button about 4 times until Register Comes on the screen,
Press the Button Phone/Ok,
Enter Base pin ( 0000 )
The Display will show REGISTER IN PROGRESS,
then immediatly press the Handset Locator Button on the Base and hold it in until you hear a tone.
Thats it , the screen should display Register Done.
The solution is simple. Please tap the screen exactly in the center of the '+' sign that appears on the screen. The + sign or the target keeps moving till the screen is not alligned. I faced the same problem and searched and found your query on many forums but no luck. So I actually resorted to aiming the target with one eye closed...and the damn thing worked in one shot.....Now my default settings have been installed. Lets see what is in store on the other side of the default installation.
There is a simple test to narrow the possibilities. Connect your Thinkpad to a known working monitor using the video out connections at the back base of the computer. Then power on your R40 and see if the distorted screen develops on the known working monitor. If it does then you very likely have the BGA video problem, or Ball Grid Assembly problem and the problem is caused by a video/graphics chip on the motherboard. If you known working screen paired with your R40's base works fine, then you know it is a problem related to the screen itself and will call for either a new inverter or new backlight or new screen depending on further tests. But my bet is that it is the BGA problem which you can learn more about by searching for those terms on the net. There are services that repair ("reball") these BGAs but you have to remove the motherboard from the computer, or pay the service to do so. You can download the HMM, Harware Maintenance Manual, from IBM/Lenovo's site to get an idea of what is involved in opening up your R40 to extract the motherboard. This should help you narrow things down.