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Calibration problems I think the calibration on my pronto tsu3000/01 is off. When I try to press a button, it does a completely different action. And I can't find the Tivo button anywhere on the remote.

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My 2007 checy impala read "calibration complete" what does that mean ????


CALIBRATION COMPLETE
Refer to Electronic Compass Calibration do you have an owners manual ?
Compass Calibration
The compass direction will show CAL if it needs to be calibrated. Before calibrating the compass, drive the vehicle to an area that is magnetically clean (free of large metallic objects).
  1. Turn ON the ignition.
  2. Before calibrating the compass, make sure the compass is set to the variance zone in which the vehicle is travelling. See Compass Magnetic Variation Adjustment below.
  3. Press the vehicle information button until the PRESS TO CALIBRATE COMPASS screen is displayed.
  4. Press the set/reset button to start the compass calibration.
  5. The DIC will display CALIBRATING: DRIVE IN CIRCLES. Drive the vehicle in circles at less than 8 km/h (5 mph) to complete the calibration. The DIC will display CALIBRATION COMPLETE when the calibration is complete.

Oct 02, 2016 | 2007 Chevrolet Impala

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Datamax prints ten or so labels then skips one (leaves it blank) then continues on


First check the sensor is free of any label debris. Then follow instructions below:


Standard Calibration is appropriate for most media types. During the process, the printhead assembly can be raised for visual access to the media and media sensor. In addition, displayed sensor readings can be used to indicate the best position over the media, which is helpful when using small, position-critical TOF notches or marks.

Three readings are required:

.No Media

.Lable Backing

.Backing plus lable


Standard Calibration

Step Operator Action Displayed Message Comment

5 Press the key. SENSOR CALIBRATION

PERFORM CALIBRATION

You are beginning the standard

calibration procedure.

6 Press the key.

Remove the media from the

Media Sensor then press any

key.


REMOVE LABEL STOCK

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'empty' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading.

7 Proceed according to your

media type:

Die-cut stock: strip the media

from the backing and then

reinsert it into the sensor; adjust

the Sensor Eye Mark over the

center of the backing.

Notched stock: adjust the

Sensor Eye Mark over the

center of the notch.

Reflective stock: Adjust the

Sensor Eye Mark over the

center of the facedown black

mark.

Continuous stock: go to Step

8.

Press any key to continue.

SCAN BACKING

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

Or, for reflective media:

SCAN MARK

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'gap' or 'mark' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading: useful in

locating the best sensor

position.

ã Note: Never position the

sensor over a perforation when

recording a sensor reading.

ã Note: Do not move the position of the Media Sensor after it has been adjusted.

8 Position the label (and backing,

if any) under the Sensor Eye

Mark.

ã Note: If using preprinted

media, ensure the label area

under the sensor is free of

preprinted text, graphics or

borders.

Press any key to continue.

SCAN PAPER

PRESS ANY KEY <yyy>

This sets the parameter for the

'paper' value.

Where 'yyy' is a numerical

value representing the current

sensor reading.

Maintenance and Adjustments

5-3

Standard Calibration (continued)

Step Operator Action Displayed Message Comment

9 Observe the display. GAP MODE

CALIBRATION COMPLETE

Or, for reflective media:

REFLECTIVE MODE

CALIBRATION COMPLETE

Or, for continuous media:


CONTINUOUS MODE

CALIBRATION COMPLETE

The calibration was successful.

See note below if another

message was displayed.

10 Exit upon successful

calibration: Back out of the

menu tree by repeatedly

pressing the key.

If using gap or reflective media,

press and hold the FEED key.

The printer will begin

advancing media; allow at least

one label gap (or mark) to

advance under the sensor.


READY

The printer is now ready to

begin printing.

Aug 09, 2011 | Datamax DMX-I-4208 Label Printer

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Calibration for 8060 touch panel


Press and hold down energy saver button and function button together then power on the machine. keep on holding the two buttons the machine will once show screen calibration marker then again show the calibration markers now touch the shown marker it will go to a new place keep on touching the final marker will be at center of screen . after touching it the calibration completes

May 05, 2011 | Panasonic Workio DP-3530 Copier

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After scanning and attaching it to an email, you cannot read it because it is so light


Run a scan calibration under the secondary menu:

1. Press Setup.
2. Press the Left arrow (<) and Cancel buttons at the same time.NOTE: Some control panels might require that the Left arrow (<) be pressed slightly before the
Cancel button.
3. Press Setup.
4. Use the arrow buttons to navigate the listings.
5. Press OK to select the appropriate option, or Press Cancel to cancel an action or return to the
Ready state.

Under the scan calibration you need to run each calibration twice

May 12, 2010 | HP Laserjet M2727nf Multifunction Printer

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Armada E500 notebook Power button not responding.


Unless you took the batteries to a service center, I am dubious about your ability to confirm the main battery is holding a charge. The average lifespan of these kinds of batteries range between 3-5 years and is likely at the end of its lifespan. This would explain the diminishing performance over the last year if there were significant power or power circuit issues, they would likely be observed on AC power as well. This model of laptop requires the battery calibration utility be run in order for the laptop use the battery. In fact, the battery can show a full charge and still not function if the utility and battery have not been properly configured.. . . instructions on HOW TO do this below. If this doesn't FixYa then the battery will need to be replaced (links to replacement sources) www.BatteriesOvernight.com/HP-Batteries,----- OR --- www.new-laptop-battery.com/Compaq/?Compaq-Armada-E500-battery.htm. You will still have to run the configuration utility when you receive your new battery.
Link to Armada e500 manuals:http://bizsupport2.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01124216/c01124216.pdf
How to run config utility: Standby and hibernation must be disabled for the battery to discharge completely and shut off. To use the Battery Calibration utility, first identify whether the battery requires calibration by launching the Power Management applet as described above. On the Battery Calibration tab, all installed batteries will be displayed in the primary list box. Next to each battery name will be an indication of whether calibration is required for that battery. If calibration is necessary, the phrase “Needs Calibration” will be displayed. Select the battery to be calibrated, and click the Start Calibration button. During calibration, the utility will display an icon on the Windows System Tray to indicate that calibration is in progress. Each phase of calibration (charging or discharging) will also be displayed. Calibration is complete when the icon is no longer displayed in the System Tray. Battery calibration requires several hours for completion. If you choose to continue using the computer during the calibration process, it must be connected to AC power. The calibration process must be allowed to finish without interruption. Performing any of the following actions will prematurely terminate calibration:  Clicking the Stop Calibrating button in the Compaq Power tab.  Unplugging AC power from the computer.  Unplugging the calibrating battery. (This action may result in data loss if a second battery is not installed.)  Undocking the computer.  Pressing the power or standby button.  Powering down or suspending the machine by using the Windows menu. IMPORTANT: If the calibration process is interrupted, it cannot be resumed. You must restart the computer and start the process again.
CALIBRATING WITHOUT THE UTILITY To calibrate a battery on computers without the battery calibration utility, complete the following steps: 1. Remove the second battery, if present, so that only the battery needing calibration remains in the computer. 2. Dock the computer or connect the computer to AC power. 3. Turn on the computer. 4. Check the current battery capacity level by positioning the cursor over the battery icon in the system tray. 5. Allow the battery to charge to 100%. You may use the computer, but the recharging process will require more time. 6. Set the system to “drain” mode on the battery conservation settings by pressing Fn+F7, or select Start > Settings > Control Panel > Power (or Compaq Power in Windows NT). 7. Undock the computer or disconnect the computer from AC power. 8. Restart the computer in MS-DOS mode by clicking Start > Shut Down > Restart the Computer in MS-DOS Mode > OK. 9. Allow the computer to discharge until it shuts off. 10. Dock the computer or reconnect AC power. 11. Allow the computer to charge again to 100% as in Step 5.

Feb 19, 2010 | Compaq Armada E500 Notebook

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Kodak 5300 prints light or not at all color does better


to resolve the problem try to clean the printhead first, to clean the printhead just press on the menu button, select clean printhead, select deep clean.
After you clean the printhead try to re-calibrate the printhead, just go back to the menu the select calibrate printer then select print calibration page. Once you have the calibration sheet, place it on top of the scanner make sure that the blue arrow on the printout is pointing on the yellow arrow located on the top corner of the scanner glass then press on the start button to scan the calibration page. Once the calibration is complete try to make a test print, just go back to the menu then select print demosheet then press ok. If this will not correct the problem you need to call their technical support hotline

Aug 25, 2009 | Kodak EASYSHARE 5300 All-In-One InkJet...

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Top of form fault


Top of form fault - I assume you hit "Feed" button and still got the form fault... if so:
1. check paper sensor position, sometimes just 1/8" one way or the other will make a difference.
2. calibrate the printer to the stock you have loaded - calibration is EASY, just press and hold the feed button until the printer cycles 8-10 times. Let go, should say "Calibration Complete". Hit "Feed" again to see if your top of form fault is fixed.

Jun 10, 2009 | Datamax M-4208 Thermal Label Printer

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Calibration


Greetings,
Sorry to hear that you are stuck?
If and when you regain the function of the menu button, you should perform a calibration. It should be done every time you install or replace a printhead. However, you can run a calibration if you are seeing changes in the image quality. Calibration aligns the printheads and performs a nozzle health check to enable high-quality prints.
1 Load the main tray or photo tray with photo paper.  You don't have any photo paper, but it is recommended for calibrations. 2 Press Menu. 3 Scroll down until Calibrate Printer is selected. 4 Press OK. A new screen appears with Print Calibration Page selected. 5 Press Start and follow the instructions on the LCD screen to complete the calibration.
If the stuck condition presists, let us know. Best bet is to call us directly at the 800 421 6699 as our team will be able to get you running quickly.
Talk tol you soon,
Ron Baird the friendly Kodak guy

Sep 28, 2008 | Kodak EASYSHARE 5500 All-In-One InkJet...

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Calibration


If the media sensor is positioned correctly and the printer is set for an autocalibration on power up and printhead close a manual calibration is not really needed. However, here is the information that is the easiest way to run a manual calibration.

Manual Calibration

With the printer at a ready state, press the MODE button two times or until the CALIBRATE light comes on.

Press the FEED button.

Once this is complete press the MODE button four (4) times to save these settings.

Mar 07, 2008 | Zebra Stripe S600 Thermal Label Printer

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