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Disabling Power Save mode

I have a 1532 that has problems coming out of the power save mode. Is there any way to disable this option. I know you can set some of the other models 1332 to =0 to disable.

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If you enter the config menu, you can turn off energy conserve. You enter the config menu by turning off the printer, holding the center and right arrow, and powering the printer on. Continue to hold the buttons until you see Performing self test. Then you will see config menu. If you scroll down to energy conserve and select it. You can change the option to off. This will disable power saver.

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I had the exact same problem but it is fine now! :) And this is how you solve it .....you press the power button (single press), and a series  of options come up...if you scroll down them you will come across a 'deactive power save mode' option, click select and this should sort it out! 
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If the Operator Panel is locked. (Menu's disabled) you need to enter Config Mode to enable the operator panel. Press and Hold the > right arrow and down arrow buttons while powering on the printer. Once in configuration mode scroll to Panel Menu where you can enable it. Exit Config Mode or just power the printer off and back on.

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