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Language help on the Printer Display

It seems my printer has switched over to Dutch somehow on the display. I believe the language can be changed back by pushing the setup button, but because I don't speak the language I can't tell which options to toggle through to get to "Language." I am using the HP PSC 2210 All-In-One-Inkjet. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Unplug the power cable
press and hold # and 6
connect the power cable back in and keep these buttons on hold till the screen goes off or says semiful reset, if it turns off press the power button to turn it on and follow the screen it ll prompt u to press 11 for english and so on ...

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How can i put english language to my canon ir3300 printer? it only has norwegian.


hi Soko.
this is all i could find so not sure if this will help you out.
Enter service mode, *, 2 & 8 together, *,
COPIER, DISPLAY, USER, LANGUAGE (displays <LANGUAGE xxyy.zz.aa>),
xx = country code
yy = language code
zz = destination code (i.e. Canon)
aa = paper size configuration code (00: AB, 01: Inch, 02: A, 03: all sizes)


EN English
FR French
ED German
IT Italian
JP Japanese
CS Czech
DA Danish
EL Greek
ES Spanish
ET Estonian
FI Finnish
HU Hungarian
KO Korean
NL Dutch
NO Norwegian
PL Polish
PT Portuguese
RU Russian
SL Slovenian
SV Swedish
TW Chinese (traditional)
ZH Chinese (simplified)
the only other thing i could find was this.


Use the following procedure to change the language setting.
  1. Open the printer properties dialog box.
  2. Click [Printing Preferences].
  3. Click the [Printer Configuration] tab ( ).
  4. Click [Environment Settings...] ( ...
  5. In the language list (shown below), find the language you require.
More items...

Selecting the Printer Driver Language

support.ricoh.com/bb_v1oi/pub_e/oi_view/0001037/0001037617/.../0097.htm
you could also try this link.

how do change the language on my canon printer Google Search

Nov 23, 2017 | Canon Computers & Internet

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Hello i have my machine Ir 3530 i want to change the language from dutch to English


Dear
go to COPIER > OPTION > BODY
<Adjustment method>
XXYYZZAAXX: Country (UP), YY: Language (ja), ZZ(00) Destination,
AA(00): Paper size type
The display contents conform to the display method of
(COPIER>DISPLAY>USER>LANGUAGE). Enclosed in the brackets
are defaults. The country and language are only displayed.
<Operating procedure>
1) Select <CONFIG>.
2) Select an item to reverse its display. Then press the + or - key to change
the contents.
3) Each time the + or - key is pressed, the contents change sequentially.
4) Display the intended contents at all items and press the OK key.
5) Turn the main power switch OFF and ON.

thanks.

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I just purchased my HP 4500 printer and began to install it. I see an error (!) symbol and I believe German writing. I need to remove that symbol and change the language to English.


Selecting the display language
To change the display language on the printer control panel, do the
following:
1 Press and hold [SELECT] on the printer control panel while pressing
the standby button (power switch). Continue holding [SELECT] until
the control panel displays
SELECT LANGUAGE (in English), and then release the [SELECT] key.
2 When the control panel displays LANGUAGE=ENGLISH *, press
[VALUE] repeatedly until your language choice appears.
3 Press [SELECT] to save your language choice. An asterisk appears
next to the selected language. Then press [GO].
4 After the printer warms up, the control panel displays READY in the
selected language.
Note
If the control panel does not display the message in the language you
selected, press the printer standby button and repeat the instructions for
changing the display language.

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Change the language on hp laserjet 4000 to english


For the LJ4000 to change the control panel language:

Turn off the printer.

On the front panel, hold down the SELECT key.

Turn the printer on, while continuing to hold the SELECT key.

When the Select Language message is displayed release the SELECT key.

Initializing will display on the control panel. After 5-7 seconds Language=English will display.

Press the VALUE key until the desired language is displayed.

Press the SELECT key and an asterisk will appear. The asterisk indicates that the printer has saved the new setting.

Press the GO key to display Ready in the language that was selected.


NOTE: If Select Language does not appear in the display, hold down the SELECT button until you hear the motors rotate, then release. Following printer initialization, the Language= menu will appear in the display.

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Nov 30, 2010 | HP LaserJet 4000 Printer

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The printer screen display is in chinese or other asian language therefore want to change it back to english How do i do that?


Incorrect language appears on the display

These are possible solutions. Try one of the following:

Change the language selection during initial setup

After you select a language, Language appears again on the display. To change the selection:

1 Press or repeatedly until the language you want appears on the display.

2 Press to save.

Select a different language after initial setup

1 From the control panel, press or repeatedly to choose Setup.

2 Press .

3 Press or repeatedly to choose Change Printer Default Settings.

4 Press .

5 Press or repeatedly to choose Language.

6 Press .

7 Press or repeatedly until the language you want appears on the display.

8 Press to save and exit.
Note: If you cannot understand the language on the display, see "Resetting the printer to factory default settings" on page 57.

Manual:
http://images.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/2007/4800/v4924668_en.pdf

Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response.

Thanks, Joe




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How can i change the language that is displayed on the printer back to English?? It is currently displaying german/ dutch..


Setting the front panel language on the HP PSC 2100 series To set the language and region, follow the steps below:
  1. On the all-in-one front panel, press the Setup button three times, and then press Enter to access the Maintenance settings.
  2. Press the Right Arrow (>) button three times, and then press Enter to access the Language and Region settings.
  3. The available languages will appear in the display. Press the Right Arrow (>) key to scroll through the available languages until the desired language appears in the display, and then press Enter.
  4. Confirm the selection by pressing Enter again or press Cancel if the language is incorrect to try again.
  5. Press the Right Arrow (>) key until the correct country/region appears in the display, and then press Enter.
  6. Press Enter again to confirm the selection or Cancel if the setting is incorrect to try again.
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I can not print, the error is: LANG=ENGLISH, please help


Changing the Control Panel Display Language

The default control panel display language is set for English.
Supported languages are: English, French, German, Italian,
Spanish, Finnish, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Turkish,
Polish, and Portuguese. Follow these instructions to change the
display language.

1 Switch OFF the printer.
2 Press and hold Select while switching the printer ON until
SELECT LANGUAGE appears in the display.
3 After the power-on self test, LANG=ENGLISH appears. Press
[Value+/-] until the desired language appears in the display.
4 Press [Select] to save your choice. An asterisk (*)appears next
to the language to indicate it is now the default.
5 Press [Go]. The On Line indicator is lit, and display messages
are now in the language you selected.

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