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Changing the language display on xerox n40 printer

I have a xerox n40 printer, but the display has somehow gotten changed to a different language. (Russian I believe). I have no manual for this. How to I change or reset the language display. Thank you!

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IF YOU CANNOT READ RUSSIAN, THEN MAY I SUGGEST ADD AND REMOVE, DELETE SOFTWARE FOR THIS PRINTER AND THEN REINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE, IT SHOULD THEN ASK YOU WHAT LANGUAGE YOU REQUIRE.

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Thank you for using FixYa for your problem.

Try this;

Changing the language on the HP All-in-One displayFollow these steps to change the language on the All-in-One display.
  1. Press the Setup button (c01361401.gif).
  2. Use the arrow buttons (c01185108.jpgc01185072.jpg) to select Basic Settings, and then press OK.
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