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The language on our bizhub 350 lcd display panel has been changed to some asian language either chinese or japanese. How can i change it back to english. I have tired it from the service mode, but it doesnt change back to any other language.

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Hi,

got the same problem. You can solve it by pressing Settings/Counter ==

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

  • Haggybear Sep 27, 2010

    got the same problem. You can solve it by pressing "Settings/Counter" Button > Settings (2) >(1) System > Language Selection (1). English should be te upper field on the left save your settings with "OK" field (right one on the bottomline).

    (down know why it didn´t show full text by my first try)

    good luck

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These are possible solutions. Try one of the following:

Change the language selection during initial setup

After you select a language, Language appears again on the display. To change the selection:

1 Press or repeatedly until the language you want appears on the display.

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Select a different language after initial setup

1 From the control panel, press or repeatedly to choose Setup.

2 Press .

3 Press or repeatedly to choose Change Printer Default Settings.

4 Press .

5 Press or repeatedly to choose Language.

6 Press .

7 Press or repeatedly until the language you want appears on the display.

8 Press to save and exit.
Note: If you cannot understand the language on the display, see "Resetting the printer to factory default settings" on page 57.

Manual:
http://images.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/2007/4800/v4924668_en.pdf

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