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Saying error report 15,004.45:207305

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There are 2 150 watt halogen lamps in a drum heater in that machine. One or both have blown out.
That code means the drum is not warking to operating temperature.
If you want to attempt replacing them let me know, I will send you directions.

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Have canon mp830 printer cleaned printer head. Now on nozzle spray test Black prints fine But no and I mean no color printing shows on test sheet


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Fax Result E-3) 3)


On the report where it shows the E-3 error, it should have a legend further down the page that shows what each error means. I think E-3 is "line busy," but check that legend to be sure.

Apr 29, 2010 | Ricoh Aficio 450 Copier

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Hp deskjet 3325 saying system failure


What Operating System are you using? This sounds like a problem with your computer rather than your printer. Is the computer otherwise working ok?
Try taking a look at the event viewer to see if there are errors or warnings reported there, and use the control panel print troubleshooter to see if your printer is configured correctly.
Perhaps this article can help you to diagnose the cause of the error, but it is advanced.
If you let us know what os you're running, and the exact message your system is reporting, we can be more helpful..Otherwise, here is the support page for your printer online, which has various solutions and may lead you to a fix.

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Aug 28, 2009 | HP DeskJet 3325 InkJet Printer

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Wont stop printing TX report!


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ssue:
ERROR LCD: INCORRECT PAPERSIZE
Solution: Reset the unit-IC D/PC 1000 Series

Reset the unit
  1. Slide the platen to the left.
    slide_platen_left.gif
  2. Slide the platen back to the right until it locks in place.


Here are instructions for changing the setting of the tx report:
Issue: How do I change the TX report
Solution: Changing the TX Report-IC D/PC 1000 Series

Changing the TX Report
  1. Press <Additional Functions>.

  2. Use <la.gif> or <ra.gif > to select [FAX SETTINGS], then press <Set>.

  3. Use <la.gif > or <ra.gif > to select [REPORT SETTINGS], then press <Set> twice.

  4. Use <la.gif > or <ra.gif > to select the option you want.
Name Description TX REPORT 111OUTPUT NO
111PRINT ERROR ONLY
111REPORT WITH TX IMAGE
111111ON
111111OFF
111OUTPUT YES
Enables/disables automatic printing of a transmission report. No report is printed.
Prints a report only when a transmission error occurs.
If you select PRINT ERROR ONLY or OUTPUT YES, enables/disables printing of the first page of the fax under the report.
Prints a first page only when a transmission error occurs.
The first page is not printed.
Prints a report every time you send a document.
(The factory default setting is in bold face.)


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C4200 - says USB not connected when trying to scan


This is a HP hardware/software error and HP has not fixed it.

The C4250 may report that "USB is not connected" but the printer works just fine and when you use the Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard to carry out a scan, it works just fine too. So the error message is wrong.

The Microsost Scanner and Camera Wizard can be found on the Control Panel.

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It works, just doesn't on my computer.


The flat side of the cord goes into your computer, the squarish side of the cord should go to your printer. Aside from thaty, you also have a power cord that should go to your wall power. Once you have plugged everything in and turned on your printer, install the CD and you should not have any error after that.

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Brother DCP 110C has an error on the LCD screen it says unable to print...


try reloading the software and check that the usb lead is connected inside the printer and to your computer.

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Report of fax


Hey renzo737 - Follow these steps to have your machine print a report after you send each fax:

1)Hit the Fax button, then the Menu button.
2)Press the < and > buttons to scroll until you reach
TX Settings. Hit OK.
3)Use the < and > buttons to scroll until you reach TX REPORT.
Then hit ok.
4)First you want ATTACH TX IMAGE and then you want
PRNT FOR EACH TX.(it may also say as TX REPORT)

On your machine under TX report it may just say PRINT ERROR ONLY, which means only print if there's an error, or the PRNT FOR EACH TX. You'll find it easily. You want the print for each tx option. This will print a report and give confirmation that your fax went through after each fax. If you have any problems understandind this or need more help just give a shout.
If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. Like I said if you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks and have a good one.

Jeff

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Avoid printing Transmission Verification Report


You have to change the fax menu settings. Here you can compute the machine to avoid the error reports (see manual chap. fax settings)

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