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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must be using Auto contrast/brightness. Change to manual, try one or two scans changing the brightness tab moving left or right and choose desire output quality. Remember the settings for that set of documents. The brightness will vary depending upon data (foreground) and noise (background). For a different set of docs you may need to adjust the settings slightly.
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
All PCL Command Sequences begin with the escape character (an ASCII control code with a hex value of 1Bh, 27 decimal) and end with the first upper case letter (or "=" note: "@" is considered an uppercase letter). In between there is either nothing (the PCL command is just the escape and a single upper case letter) or a set of one or two characters and often a numerical value. The single character commands are listed at the end of the "Decoded PCL commands" table below. The first non-uppercase character after the escape will be a symbol between "!" and "\" (most commonly one of %,&,( or *) which is called the "parameter." After the parameter there is normally a lower case letter called the "group." After this there may be a numeric value. If no value is present, the value is assumed to be zero. Finally the ending uppercase letter is called the "command."
See Examples, Tutorials below for some samples of PCL commands and the Decoded commands List for detailed information. Note that these use the text "Ec" to mean the escape character. Since the escape character is not printable, it is very hard to convey in human readable text. Common abreviations are Esc, Ec, , or <-. See the ASCII page for more information on the codes. That page also allows you to convert between hex, decimal or ASCII codes. The form below can be used to find english descriptions of PCL commands. Just paste the PCL into the box, if you use "Ec" or "esc" to mean the escape character, press the "Ec and esc
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Posted on Feb 15, 2008
SOURCE: Error Message 39,012.40:54812
Not much to do with that code, I will provide the documentation..
The troubleshooting table lists parts and wiring referenced in the troubleshooting procedure.
Table 1. 39,011.40 and 39, 012.40 Troubleshooting Reference Table Applicable Parts
Wiring and Plug/Jack References
Document Feeder, PL 1.0
Troubleshooting Procedure Table 2. DADF Subsystem Faults Troubleshooting Procedure Step
Questions or Actions
Cycle system power and retest.
Does this correct the problem?
Go to Step 2.
Replace the DADF ( REP 1.0.15).
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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