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What is the exposure key?

I need to know what the exposure key looks like.

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It should have a half black circle and a full black circle with lights in between the.

Towards half black circle is.lighter

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Sharp Z-835 Copier with H3 error code. Your


Hello sir; I don't know which button you are talking about,but follow my steps to reset ; press " clear" , " exposure mode " , "clear " , " exposure mode" those keys , then enter 14 press start. should take care of you. the exposure key is under auto, manual, photo.

Jan 29, 2010 | Sharp Printers & Copiers

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I have a Sharp AL 1642 CS. It prints black copies. It came out of no where so I know it isnt dust on the lens. Even after adjusting brightness settings it prints pitch black pages. The bulb on the scanner...


Problem on three things.
1.OPC drum cleaning blade is very old,so lost her activities.
2. Laser unite very dirty,so you need clean.
3. setup or configure exposure control.
# Press Auto key three second
when exposure light indicate now position,select way lighter side.

Jan 20, 2010 | Sharp AL-1642CS Copier

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Do you know how to reset the drum counter for Sharp Al-1641


Reset the drum count by pressing "Clear" then "Exposure Mode" then "Clear" then "Exposure Mode"
Exposure mode is far left key on panel. You need to do this fairly quickly so that the display goes blank.
Once display goes blank then key in 24 then press print, then key in 7 then press print. You should now be getting flashing 000
Turn machine off then on and light should be gone.
Short version: C,far left,C,far left,24,print,7,print

Dec 30, 2009 | Sharp AL-1641CS Laser Digital Copier

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After changing the toner cartridge at my sharp al 1552 the red light (signaling that the toner runs out) doesn't get out, although the exchange has been carried out according to the instuctions. What can I...


2 possibilities. One is that the cartridge you installed is used or bad. Turn the machine off then on...it should run for several minutes. See if the light goes out. The toner light by the way is the light that looks like 6 little dots in a stack. If the light you have on looks like a little barrel or battery then that is the drum light. You can reset that light with this procedure.
Reset the drum count by pressing "Clear" then "Exposure Mode" then "Clear" then "Exposure Mode"
Exposure mode is far left key on panel. You need to do this fairly quickly so that the display goes blank.
Once display goes blank then key in 24, then press print, then key in 7, then press print. You should now be getting flashing 000
Turn machine off then on and light should be gone.
Short version: C,far left,C,far left,24,print,7,print

Dec 09, 2009 | Sharp AL-1551CS Copier

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I want to know that how to adjust exposure level in sharp 1118 or how to make light copy with diganostics mode


l For manual copy density adjustment, press the AUTO/
MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key to select
MANUAL ( ) and adjust with the LIGHT ( ) and
DARK ( ) keys as desired.
l For photographs, select PHOTO ( ) and then adjust with the
LIGHT ( ) and DARK ( ) keys as desired.
l There are 9 exposure steps indicated by 5 indicator lights. (The
indicators light up one or two at a time.)
Successive pushes of the LIGHT ( ) key will change the
indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•2) /(2) / (2•1) / (1).
Successive pushes of the DARK ( ) key will change the
indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•4) / (4) / (4•5)/ (5)
The automatic exposure level can be adjusted to suit your copying
needs.
1 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key
to select the PHOTO ( ) mode.
2 Press and hold the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / /
) key for approximately 5 seconds.
l The PHOTO ( ) indicator will go out and the AUTO indicator
will begin to blink.
l One or two exposure indicators corresponding to the automatic
exposure level which has been selected will light up. The factory
default setting is level “3”.
3 Press the LIGHT ( ) or DARK ( ) key to lighten
or darken the automatic exposure level as desired.
4 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key.
l The AUTO indicator will stop blinking and will light up steadily.
l This automatic exposure level will remain in effect until you
change it again by this procedure.
Automatic exposure adjustment
AUTO

Jul 27, 2009 | Sharp Printers & Copiers

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How to get the copy counter on the display?


Press the stop/reset key, start key
and the left copy exposure adjustment
key in the order presented and hold
them down.
Press the stop/reset key. entering service mode.
Enter the number of the maintenance
item to be executed using the copy
exposure adjustment keys or the zoom
+/- keys
enter 000 start to print staus report.

Do not change any settings...only use 000 to print report, then 001 to exit service mode after it has finished printing.

This is very important so that you dont render your machine useless.

To exit service mode-
Enter 001 using the copy exposure
adjustment keys or the zoom
+/- keys, and press the start key.

Jun 05, 2009 | Kyocera KM-1505 Copier

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I Have Xerox 5821 Star Copier and it got U6 error. Help me out


U6 code means that you have a problem with the exposure lamp or exposure lamp circuit working properly.Hold down the 0(zero) key while turning the unit on and punch in the codes 20 start 3 this will enable you to clear the code unless you have a permanent problem where a part has to be replaced

Apr 21, 2009 | Xerox 5100 Copier

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Toshiba 2060 Photocopier prints copies that are a bit too dark.


restart the copier while holding down the "0" and "5" keys. you will now be in service mode. enter "5" and press "start" key a number should show up in the display. this is the exposure value - how dark or light the copies will be. 5 is the automatic exposure setting. around 128 is the normal value. the larger this value the lighter the copies are - the smaller the value the darker the copies.
Enter a new number (exposure value) and press the "interupt" key to save the value. Restart the copier and check what the copies look like. Keep adjusting until it looks good/better.

Mar 26, 2009 | Toshiba 6560 Copier

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E studio 161 ink indicator


Dear sir; First I have let you know the copier use toner not ink , want to know how many left over; 1, press and hold down the left exposure key until indicator flash, then press and hold the "%" key for 5 seconds.the window will show out the percentage. LO means less than 10%, press left exposure key to escape.if there still have problem please let me know, otherwise please be generously give me rating. thank you. HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS !!!

Dec 24, 2008 | Toshiba e-Studio 161 Copier Copier

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Light Copy


first you press the exposure key and select the manual exposure mode then press and hold exposure key for 5 seconds when it blinks select the position to dark and press exposure key again,try to make the copy if no defrence ,select the photo mode and press and hold the exposure key again select the dark position by dark exposure key and press exposure key again.check the copy if again no difference change the DEVELOPER

Sep 14, 2007 | Kyocera RI-3530 Black and White Copier

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