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Re: in ir5000 i want to change my counter reading form...
I'm not sure what you want to do? If you want to change you meter reading to a higher meter or do you want to make it lower? The meter is like the milage on a car. You really can not change it, you can disable the counter on the control pannel and then reset the counters in service mode. Or you can change the counter PCB on the rear of the copier withe another counter PCB. But you also have to change the reader and DC controller. It's not really worth it, it is a lot of work...... To disable the counter on the control pannel you have to take the control pannel OFF and take the pannel apart and clip the post that actuates the counter switch and put the pannel back togather and just say it dose not work never did. But you will only be able to sell it as a used copier. The count is stilled programed in the copier.
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Key counters are used when a copy machine is set up for public use where copies are charged on a per copy basis. Key counters look like small boxes that plug into the side of the machine and they have a counter on them that looks like a cars odometer. A user plugs in the key counter, makes copies and then takes the counter to a register to pay for the copies they made. Sounds like that is what you have going on.
this is a code for detection of no or faulty charge to the drum open front door remove toner hopper take out primary charge unit see if any wires are broke on grid , then see if the wires underneath the grid are still there... if all seems ok gently clean the grid with cloth and windex then clean wires underneath dont break grid wires . put it back in let me know
Errors commencing with E3---- means that something to do with the reader unit,,,, apart that error mentioned does not exist. If youhave plenty of parts that you can try out I will try to replace the reader board....
Pretty easy, the maintenance kit consists of a transfer roller (black roller that sits underneath toner cartridge), charge roller (sits above toner cartridge), fuser (rear of printer behind two plastic covers), and paper feed rollers. The maintenance kit should have details with diagrams.
To reset To reset the Maintenance counter, turn off the printer. Press and hold both Select & Return while powering on the printer. Hold until display reads 'Performing Self Test" then let go of the buttons. If the printer displays "80 Maintenance Due" Press the Go Key. Press the right Menu Key and scroll to Reset Maintenance Counter. Press the Select Key. Press the Select Key again to reset the counter. When the reset operation is complete, press the right Menu key to exit Configuration Menu and press Select. Printer will save the settings, IPL and come back to Ready.
cant be done with the ir5000s, only the ir5000i. The 5000s only does whats called "pull scanning", where you put the document on the copier and then go to your computer and use an application to "pull" the scan from the copier to your desktop. You can then attach the image to an email and send it that way.
You do not need humidity readings. If the copied paper curls at the edges as soon as it comes out of the unit, the paper (not the copier) is humid. Besides, there are no humidity sensors on the copier. There is a humidity switch to reduce humidity, but no sensors to notify any levels.
Anyway, the code is: 5,8 (simultaneously) - ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS - 5,8 (simultaneously) - ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.