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Service-mode functions NVRAM initialization An NVRAM initialization will return the following device settings to the factory-set defaults: All menu settings, including the fax header and company name Fax numbers and names that are associated with one-touch keys and speed-dial codes Additionally, all faxes stored in memory are cleared. 1. Turn off the product. 2. Press and hold both the down arrow button and the Cancel button, and then turn on the product. 3. Wait until the message Permanent storage init. appears, and then release the buttons. When the NVRAM initialization process finishes, the product control panel shows the Ready message. Super NVRAM initialization The super NVRAM initialization clears all settings affected by a regular NVRAM initialization, and also clears the product language and country/region settings. Both settings must be reset after a super NVRAM initialization. 1. Turn off the product. 2. Press and hold both the down arrow button and the Cancel button, and then turn on the product. 3. Wait until the message Permanent storage init. appears, and then release the buttons. When the process finishes, the product control panel shows the Ready message.
Press 'Job Cancel / Status Monitor', a message shows "job cancel' then press 'OK' after that ppress the left or right arrow key to show a message 'TX / RX', then press 'OK'. Again press the left arrow key once to select 'Yes', finally press the 'Stop' button to return to the main menu.
If this didn't work try installing the latest driver from here
your charge roller and developing unit, and replace the developer,
after this, go to 2801 (TD sensor initial setting) , then press start,
and then to 2805 (developer initialization), after this go to 3001 press
start for id sensor PWM setting.
Sounds like the motherboard is corrupted. Please try these steps again. Thanks!! Happy Scanning!!
I need to ask you this. Normally one bank can't be closed. You may need a soft or hard reset. Here's some reading and instructions. Please use this first! resetting your scanner 1. Turn off your scanner, and then turn it on again.
2. Insert a pointed object into the reset hole on the back of the scanner. Then, gently press and release the reset button. Pressing reset does not clear the scanner's working memory or the V-Scanner folders.
If this doesn't work here's step two! CAUTION. THIS WILL ERASE EVERYTHING, but it MAY Fix the Problem!! Initializing your scanner clears all information stored in your scanner's working memory. Initialize your scanner only when you are sure it is not working properly. V-Scanner memory is not affected when you initialize the scanner.
1. Turn off the scanner, and turn it on again. First, the DSP boot version, and then Welcome To Digital Trunking appears.
2. Press 0. The following messages appear on the display: System Tests
Select Test Exits if no Key Press
3. Press 1. The following messages appear on the display: Factory Init Erase Memory ENTER if Yes CL to EXIT
4. Press ENT. The following messages appear on the display: Initializing Clr Main Mem V-Scan is OK Please Wait
5. Do not turn off your scanner until the initialization is complete. When the initialization is complete, M000 and Bank 0 Ch 00 appear on the display.
Step 1Begin the recording process by first locating the "Change" button on your answering machine. This button initializes the answering machine for adjustments to the settings of the various features.
Step 2:Locate the microphone on your answering machine and lean towards it until you are about nine inches away.
Step 3:Locate the "Annc" button. Press and hold the "Annc" button until it beeps. Begin recording your message.
Step 4:Watch the message window while you are recording your message. It keeps track of how much time has elapsed since you began recording. You can record a message that is up to three minutes long.
Step 5:Locate the "Stop" button and press it when you have finished recording your message. The answering machine will play your message back at this point. If you are not satisfied with your message, repeat the steps to record it again.
Step 6:Press "Annc" if you want to listen to your message again.
By initial message, I assume you are talking about the auto attendant message heard when dialing your main line
To change the message: 1. Dial the voice mail extension number, then press "*" when you hear the greeting. 2. Enter the system administrator mailbox number and password. 3. The system will tell you how full the hard drive is...press "9" to skip and enter the system menu. 4. Press "3" for the custom recordings. 5. Then press "1" to record or edit the messages.
You will need to know the recording number of the message you want to change.
Hi, unplug the power cable without powering the printer off, press and hold # & 6 on the printer ... while holding these two keys connect the power cord and do not release the keys till the screen turns off. press the power button to turn the printer on ... it ll go through a reset and it ll be working fine, if the issue persists let me know