Question about HP Office Equipment & Supplies
When i switch on my f370 printer it doe's not respond and all the lights of the printer are blinking. itry different solutions but nothinh has been happened
Try to re-install its driver
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
Testimonial: "When i switch on my f370 printer it doe's not respond and all the lights of the printer are blinking. i try different solutions but nothinh has been happened. when i unplug the power cord from the printer when the power is on and then connect the power cord to the printer only the power light is blinking and after a while all the lights of the printer are blinking.I re-install the driver but nothing has been happened."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a standard "Service required" issue where the waste pads (or nappies) in the printer are considered full by the printer and it wants them changing.
An Epson service centre can replace the pads and reset the waste counter for a considerable amount of money although most it seems either tell you it's dead and recommend you buy a new one, or they reset the counter, ignore the pads and leave you to flood your printer.
The more cost effective option is to locate one of a number of reset utilities such as the AdjProg utility for the T50 (it's compatible with the P50) and an external waste ink kit (like the Printer Potty).
The latter is easy enough to fit on a P50 thanks to the access hatch located in the rear left quadrant of the printer.
More information and instructions are available here:
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
Fuser error (6000 error)
Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Unfortunatly there is not much You could do Yourself
This error means that the fuser is either damaged or not connected properly to the rest of the printer. If its connection error You could try to fix it but in most cacses the fuser is just broken ie. overheated due to not enough air flow.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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