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Try this, it may be a large print job held in memory.
Press to clear the message, cancel the current print job, and conduct the next print job, if any.
· Press Cancel to cancel the print job.· Press Menu to open Stored Print and delete the holding job. · To avoid this error in the future, do the following:· Delete unnecessary fonts, macros, and other data in printer memory. · Install additional printer memory.
corrupt print data.
set the driver back to KPDL, make sure to uncheck the "allow data pass through" in the settings area, this makes a world of difference and ends up eliminating alot of print errors. It's been talked about in other threads on this site. I've talked to KM tech support about this setting and they don't really know what it is for
F248 is communication problem ,it some times happens when the printer cannot understand the data coming from the computer from certain program's or a specific file .reset the printer clear any print jobs on the pc and try print a test page if you're still getting that error you will need to get a service engineer to upgrade to the latest firmwarec
This is what the result for that error code is:- ERROR 49.XXXX A critical firmware error has occurred that caused the processor on the formatter to abort the operation. This type of error can be caused by invalid print commands, corrupt data, or invalid operations. In some instances, electrical noise in the cable can corrupt data during transmission to the printer. Other causes include poor quality parallel cables, poor connections, or specific software programs. Remove all EIO devices and firmware DIMM if installed. Restart printer. If error is gone replace each EIO device until error appears. Replace device which triggers error. May also be formatter. Firmware updates are available for some machines at http://hp.com and clicking on the drivers and software tab. Also try printing from a different application. If that works go back to the first application and try printing a different file to determine if the problem is file related. You may need to reseat the memory DIMM's or replace the firmware DIMM or formatter board.
A critical firmware error has occurred that caused the processor on the formatter to abort operation. This type of error can be caused by invalid print commands, corrupt data, or invalid operations. In some cases, electrical noise in the cable can corrupt data during transmission to the printer. Other causes include poor-quality parallel cables, poor-connections, or home-grown programs. On rare occasions, the formatter is at fault, which is usually indicated by a 79 Service Error.
1. Turn the printer off then on.
2. Press Stop to clear the print job from the printer memory.
3. Turn the printer off then on.
4. Try printing a job from a different software program. If the job prints, go back to the first program and try printing a different file. If the message displays only with a certain software program or print job, contact the software vendor for assistance.
5. If the message persists with different software programs and print jobs, disconnect all of the cables to the printer that connect it to the network or computer.
6. Turn the printer off.
7. Remove all memory DIMMs or third party DIMMs from the printer. (Do not remove the firmware DIMM.)
8. Remove all EIO (JetDirect Cards) devices from the printer.
*Remember to protect from ESD
9. Turn the printer on.
10. If the error no longer exists, install each DIMM and EIO device one at a time, making sure to turn the printer off and on again as you install each device.
The service Manual says that if both the ready (Bulb) light and the exclamation light are both on it is a invalid engine code /Invalid network code. But to clarify that you say they are both on and solid and not blinking. If they are you have a bad main board. If they are blinking then the error is a Flushing /Resolution reduced error. The cause is: Printer is processing data or printing pages,but the resolution of a page in the current print job is reduced from 600 dots per inch (dpi) to 300 dpi to prevent a memory full error. Solution is: Wait until the ready light is displayed to print other jobs. • Press and release the triangle button to cancel print job. It is the lower of the two buttons. • Press and hold the traiangle button again to reset printer. Hope this helps Bruce
check the basic user guide Chapter 4 - Troubleshooting pages 4-5 to 4-10 about a specific error message. Make sure you are using the latest print driver from kyocera website ! If is really need it you can expand the memory !!