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This is a reader communications error. It's been a long time since I worked an IR-C3200 copier but all cables must be plugged in. They will only go where they were intended to go. Reseat all those cables and good luck, other wise you have a professional help problem. Make sure all the cable checks are done with power off. Then power up agai n and see what happens.
Hello, I would recomend You the two second hend refurbished iR 3300 Copier ( B&W ) or Ricoh AF 1045/2045 and color clc 3200 for color, for the beginning and if you want later take stronger 50ppm i.e. IR advance 6055 for B&W and IR ADVANCE C2030L.
there is no site other than looking at the specs for each machine at canonusa.com. As for the 3170 the 70 series is just a newer version of the 3100 however I would not recomend purchasing a used 3100 they are labor intensive. And yes the CLC series is old and outdated. The imagepress is its own beast, that machine runs very well.
If you are looking at buying a used machine in the 30 page per minute range I would go with a IRc3200, 3220 same as before the 20 is just the newer one.
Ok. Press the additional functions key - that is they key with the star inside it - then select 'system settings' then 'network settings' then select 'ip setting'. Once you've got into the ip settings you can enter all your own network settings. All you need to enter is IP address, subnet mask and default gateway but you'll know all that.
Want to print a Microsoft Office Publisher document to Canon iR C3200 and it gives'
me this message: Cannot continue to print as the disk is full. I have plenty of room on
my drive and so does the copier. Please advise