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Printer Problem I have a Kyocera FS1010. Unfortunately, yesterday a member of my staff just turned the printer OFF in the middle of a print. It obviously jammed. The paper was removed. But the printer is still saying jammed. I have completely removed all cables, checked all areas, cancelled all documents but the light is still flashing a jam. What do i do this has been going on now for 2 days. I am desperate to print off all my orders? HELP

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Be sure that there no more piece of paper still inside, and be sure that there no part of the printer is obstructing the other part to move.

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Hi there... our copier in the office is also kyocera... and i also encountered that same problem before.... try to check all areas of your machine especially those that passes the paper... maybe it's still has a piece of paper stuck in it thats' why... that's always the problem of kyocera machine... it is so sensitive...

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Printer Problem


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1. Press CANCEL JOB to clear the print job from the printer memory.
2. Turn the printer off, and then turn the printer on.
3. Try printing a job from a different software application. If the job prints, go back to the first application and try printing a different file. (If the message only appears with a certain software application or print job, contact the software vendor for assistance.)
4. If the message persists with different software applications and print jobs, disconnect all cables to the printer that connect it to the network or printer.
5. Turn the printer off.
6. Remove all memory DIMMs or third-party DIMMs from the printer. (Do not remove the firmware DIMM in the lowest DIMM slot.)
7. Remove all EIO devices from the printer.
8. Turn the printer on.
9. If the error no longer exists, install each DIMM and EIO device one at a time, making sure to turn the printer off and back on as you install each device.
10. Replace a DIMM or EIO device if you determine that it causes the error.
11. Remember to reconnect all cables that connect the printer to the network or computer.
12. If the error persists, replace the firmware DIMM.
13. Replace the formatter.

Mar 19, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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I HAVE A HP OFFICEJET


when you go to print click on the Preferences button ,in there it should give you the option to fit to page ,or option to print at a %. you may have to hunt around for it depending on what o/s you are using

hope this helps
Terry

Mar 14, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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How do i cancel a print in queue? thanx


Depends on your operating system. Start > settings >printers. Or Start printers and faxes. Find your printer and double click to open. Select printer job and right click to get to delete/clear or go to the printer menu and cancel all print jobs. Another way is to turn printer off for about 20 minutes to clear its memory.

Mar 10, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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Our Canon Selphy DS810 is not printing any color on the photo paper. I cleaned it several weeks ago, we have a new ink cartridge in and nothing. It was printing a light yellow color several weeks ago...


There are all kinds of printers and printing problems. It’s important to note at the outset that for safety reasons you should unplug your printer if you plan on working inside the device for any reason. In addition to the electrical hazard, printers (especially laser printers) can also be very hot on the inside, so use caution.

There are a few general troubleshooting steps you should take first, regardless of your printing problem. These will help solve most everyday printing issues.

Reboot. You’ll be amazed at how many printing problems simply disappear after you restart your computer. Also, reboot your printer. Sometimes, for no good reason, a printer will become wedged (it just stops communicating with the computer). Turning your printer off for a few seconds, and then back on, will usually get you going again.

Read the printer’s lights. Doing this can provide you with very useful clues. Is the power light on? Is the paper feed light blinking? Don’t be afraid to press buttons on the printer: Turn it off and on, reset the paper feed, and take the printer offline and bring it online again.

Check your physical connections. Is the power cord loose? Does the cable from the printer to the PC have a secure connection at both ends? Look at the connector pins on your cable. Are they bent? Try another cable if you have one. Check the print cartridges and printing mechanism. Is anything blocking the printer? Are the cartridges firmly in place?

Print a Windows test page. Access your printer’s Properties dialog box (follow the directions given above). Select the General tab and click the Print Test Page button. If nothing else, you can find out a good deal about your printer’s problem. If the test page prints, you have a problem with your application, not with Windows. Answer the questions as prompted and work through Windows’ Print Troubleshooter as needed.

Drivers. Verify drivers on the Details tab in the Printer Properties dialog box. Make sure the installed driver corresponds with your actual printer. Check the manufacturer’s Web site for updated drivers and browse the support pages on the site while you’re there.

Mar 06, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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Brand new PIXMA MP520 just connected up. Having just installed the print head and the ink cartridges, now getting message when turn on the printer. >>> 6A80 Printer error has occurred. Turn...


Hi there,

I opened the printer, and pushed gently on the lever that holds/releases the print head, and this seemed to release whatever was stuck. After this the print head moved freely on turning on the printer/copier.

Mar 05, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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Thick Black Line in Middle of Printed Document!


Your question might best be answered at the website below

http://www.canon.co.uk/Support/index.asp

They have technical support plus drivers and other odds and ends concerning your equipment

Feb 22, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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My HP Deskjet F4140 was working fine until I got a piece of paper stuck. I removed and now it wont print. States printer off line and can not print a test page. IT will copy however.


Turn it off. Unplug the power cord from the printer & usb wait a minute. Plug USB in & than the power cable & turn it on. Next
Open the Printers folder.
Right-click the icon of the printer in use, and then click Open .
Click Printer on the menu, and then ensure that there are no checkmarks next to Pause Printing or Use Printer Offline . If a checkmark is present on either, click the menu option to remove it. If the menu shows Use Printer Online , click that option.

Jan 31, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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BJC 1000 troubles


There might be a problem with Printer Spooling Service. If you are using Windows do the following:

1. Go to start.
2. Choose "Run" and type: services.msc.
3. Press the Enter/Return key on your keyboard.
4. A screen will pop up. Locate the "Print Spooler" service.
5. Doubleclick it, if it has stopped: click Start.
If it is already running, click, Stop, and then Start.
6. Try printing again.

Let me know if this helped you out, please rate.

Greetings,

DarkNeogen

Jan 25, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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