Question about Dell A940 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I got the above message on the printer window, & followed the instructions, ( I removed the drum, inspected & cleaned its exterior then replaced it); checked all the cartridges and doors; everything is in place but still have the same message on the printer menu window. What else can I do to resume using the printer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell 3100CN Error Message
I am a publisher here in Seattle printing full color books with this machine and I have just gotten the same message- Does anyone have a solution- I have Googled and checked everything... Now, this happened to me a few months ago and I pulled out the drum and sprayed it with air, replaced it and it worked fine for about two months- now I get the error again- does this help in the problem solving?
Posted on Nov 27, 2006
Hit the options button (just under the digital display on the printer) (and between the two arrows) 10 times. The hit the +arrow once to change. Go through the change motions again and you should get a new ink read.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: Error message 004-321?
I HAD the same problem...a couple of posts up/down, someone suggest to re-align the film roll on the Drum. This worked for me. There are two wheels on the outer-side of the film reel (the film reel is one of two reels on the main top drum). Take out the drum, not the green reel, but the other one. Check both ends and you can se/feel two little silver metal wheels (again, at the ends). Roll the film around with your fingers until it is aligned evenly with the wheels. The metal on the wheels should not be showing at all, they should both be covered by the film reel. Replace the drum and cross your fingers. This worked for me...I'm sure a NEW drum would fix the problem, as well.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
Turn off the printer, and then hold down the "Menu"
button on the front of the printer, and then turn on the power to the
You should see the "Init Password" message on the front panel, and just choose No to not init the password.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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