The energy saver mode is kicking in after just a few minutes of inactivity. I would like to change it to a manual mode so that the users don't have to wait for it to warm up every time. We can set it to energy saver when we leave the office at night. This is a new copier for our office and we do not have a user manual at this time. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Re: Reset timer for energy saver mode
Every new unit comes with the user's manuals, and every new unit has free tech support from the vendor. What you are looking for is under the "System Settings" found after pressing "Additional Functions".
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Odds are that some one did some panic button pushing at one time. You need to look in your owners manual or down load one from the web. Or you can go into the user settings and scroll down to were you see a setting for energy save. Good Luck
The Energy Saver Mode deactivates the display to reduce energy
To Activate the Energy Saver Mode:
1. Press and hold OPTIONS for 3 seconds. "Energy saver on."
will appear in the upper text area.
2. The setting will be activated after 5 minutes.
Any cooking function may be used with the range in Energy
Saver Mode by simply selecting the desired function.
To Deactivate the Energy Saver Mode:
1. Press and hold OPTIONS for 3 seconds. "Energy saver off."
will appear in the upper text area.
2. The clock will reappear in the display, and the range can be
operated as usua
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Yes you can change the power save mode. I don’t remember from where you can change it. but its easy for you if you get the all operation manual list form the printer, get the setting page from printer by pressing the menu from your printer then you will get all commands so then you can change all settings of your printer.