Printer turns off unexpectedly after few minutes then back on?
When i push on button it turns on and goes thru its cycles then after a few minutes suddenly shuts off and the turns back on by itself. wont print either . when i try to copy somthing it turns off then when it turns back on the paper comes out blank. ink cartridges are full.
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Called Hp, they said it is a firmware problem and they would notify me when they solved it. All I do is unplug and then plug it back in. If that don't work, make sure you have a phone line plugged in you're printer and pretend to make a phone call, this will "wake up" the printer, it will say "phone off hook". Then on the keypad of the printer push the star and pound buttons at the same time, then enter 1, 2, and 4. Scroll thru until you see "system menu" then push the OK button and find "system mode timeout" push OK then enter 1800 and push OK. Push OK again to make sure. That is the dafault setting for this printer. After doing all that you're printer will go to power save mode after 30 minutes sitting idle but it should pop right back to normal by pushing the power button once or sending a print command from you're computer. At least that's what I did and now it seems to come out of power save mode when it's supposed to....gary
Try this solution. * Turn your printer off. * Hold in the
circular button on the front panel of your printer. * Turn your
printer back on. * When the drum light is lit by itself let go of the button. * Hold in the
circular button on the front panel again. * Once the
Alarm light comes on, let go of the button. Your printer should now be reset.
Got the same problem following a message "Printer ink failure" code 0xc19a0035. Instructions say to shut down using button on/off. But printer refused to shutdown. After 30 minutes, I disconnected power cable. Removed cartridges. Reloaded cartridges. Reconnected power cable and got "Improper shutdown" message with continuous cycle.
1. While the printer is still turned on, unplug all cables and cords at the back of the printer. 2. Unplug the power cord also from the wall outlet... 3. Wait for two minutes. 4. Reconnect power cord to the wall outlet first. 5. Press and hold the pound (#) and six (6) buttons. 6.
While holding down the two buttons, reconnect the power cord to the
back of the printer and after two seconds, release pound and six
buttons. 7. Turn on the printer if it turns off... and it's fixed.
while the printer is on remove the power cable from the printer
then press # and 3 on the printer together
and then while pressing the buttons insert the power cord n then leave the buttons
if still problem persists then try the same thing by pressing # and 6
Is it possible that the cord came unplugged from the transformer itself instead of the printer or wall plug? A power outage shouldn't affect it, but a power surge can. Please use surge protection circuits on your computer equipment. It's so much cheaper than repairing or replacing them. Take it from someone who learned the hard way.... You can try a printer reset. Turn the printer off, unplug the power and data cables from the machine. Wait at least ten minutes to allow the printer cache to be purged.(Canon's recommendation) Then plug back in and turn on. I hope this works for you! Good luck!
Sounds as if this is an overheat or a short circuit. you may require a new laser engine or power supply. Disconnect the laser motor from the power supply and them turn it on. If your led's stay on, it's the laser engine. If not, it's the power supply.
Make sure you are using original cartridges or a good compatible. If all error lights blinks, the printer needs to be cleaned. Inside the printer there's a ink tank where all the ink extracted from the cartridges during the cleaning cycle goes. That tank needs to be replaced. A service center can do the work, if you want to do it by yourself check the "epsonianos" yahoo group for further advice.