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How can I change the time that it takes the ir5000 to come out of energy saving mode. Right now when I send a printer job I have to wait 5min before I can get my print out.

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You can turn of sleep mode.the machine will stay on all the time. you enter sevice mode 1) Press the user mode key (star ) on the control panel. 2) Press the 2 and 8 keys at the same time. 3) Press the user mode key (star ).
then option ......user.......sleep and you put on 1.
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