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What should be the values in Service Mode for getting better quality photos in copies?

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Settings in service mode is deferent for copier to copier depending upon operating conditions and consumables used so there is no thumb rule.

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My Dialta Di2011 gives me an error code cof32 service call. What are the likely problems?


COF 32 ATDC sensor failure.Enter in the service mode select Then.rep.mode select printer mode select ATDC gain adjustment note the current value then clear the current value and change the value up or down.Ex: the current value = 150 clear and change to 154 ,make a few copy and if the error code not displayed is OK.If the error code is appaire clear the value and enter 132,make a feww copy,if OK you are resolved a problem.
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press utility key-press metercount-press details(if apaire the details windows)-press Stop 0 0 Stop 0 1 (if appaure admin code press 00000000 ) select techn.rep.mode-printer etc.

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Enter in the service mode:
Press the following keys in this order to enter the service mode:
UTILITY,STOP(red button),0,0,STOP,0,1.Enter in COUNTER menu,select maintenance counter,select the setting value using the Left or Right key.Press the Yes key.When 1 or 2 is selected for the setting value,the count value entry screen automatically appears.Type the count value from the 10-key pad.Press the Yes key.
Setting value = 0 - meaning NO COUNT it is default value.
Setting value = 1 Meaning - PERMITS COPYING - Display "M1".
Setting value = 2 Meaning - INHIBITS COPYING - display "CALL SERVICE(M1)

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How can we avoid moire or screen clash when taking copies of originals containing half tones photos?


enter service mode(*28*>copier>adjust>ae>) enter value 1 there touch ok and press reset twice check half tone copy and adjust from service mode accordingly.

Jan 01, 2011 | Canon imageRUNNER 400S Copier

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How can I improve the quality of photos in the copies?


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If there is text with the photos on the page, set the quality to photo/text mode. If you are copying just photos then set the quality to photo mode.

Dec 30, 2010 | Canon imageRUNNER 400S Copier

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Why does the printer use one black cartridge and not the other? Is there some way of instructing it to use the left hand one too?


the pixma printers use the large black tank in most modes like text and standard (default) or fast photo printing .. thats most economical when you are using just plain paper .... it will switch to the small black tank only if you select "High" quality mode .. that black matches the nature of the color inks much better and results in really good color pictures if you are using Gloss or Matt high quality photo paper .. you can select the quality level by the following ... when you start to print, a window comes up where you can select which printer you want ... at the right of this window is "preferences" .. click that .. now select the type of paper and "High" quality mode .... now the printer will slow down but will provide really nice results and it will use the small tank black ink instead of the large tank ....the small tank is only used for "high" quality photo prints which is only needed for high quality photo paper .. if you havent tried that yet you might want to get some glossy photo paper (either Canons or Costco has great stuff if you want a lot, like 150 sheets) but most glossy paper will work except colors might need tweeking for some ... print a nice photo in the high quality mode and you should be really impressed .. and you will be using your small black ink tank .. you might want to make the first few pictures small (2x3 inch) untill you are sure everything is the way you want it .. i usually print in the top left corner first .. then reinsert the same paper and try again right next to that .. i do that until i get the colors perfect .. then i print big .. 5x7 or even 8x10 on a new sheet... the high quality mode can be selected for just plain paper and it will use the special black ink but it doesnt result in a better picture .. so no point in doing that unless you want to experiment .. if you never print high quality photos then you will never use the small tank black ink .. it will still be used up eventually because of normal head cleaning the machine does automatically .. ...
grey scaling does not select the special ink unless you select "High" for the quality setting .. then yes you can print using that small tank black ..again it will buy you a lot if you are using High quality photo paper ... almost nothing for plain paper but at least it will allow you to use that ink .. ..

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Toshiba 2060 Photocopier prints copies that are a bit too dark.


restart the copier while holding down the "0" and "5" keys. you will now be in service mode. enter "5" and press "start" key a number should show up in the display. this is the exposure value - how dark or light the copies will be. 5 is the automatic exposure setting. around 128 is the normal value. the larger this value the lighter the copies are - the smaller the value the darker the copies.
Enter a new number (exposure value) and press the "interupt" key to save the value. Restart the copier and check what the copies look like. Keep adjusting until it looks good/better.

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COPIES TOO DARK ON CANON COPIER NP6035


First of all did you clean the optic? How about did you replace all of the corona wires? Also, did you clean the scanning lamp as well? Also when you had fitted the new drum, did you use a brand new one or a different one, did you clean the drum with rubbing alc. If all that was done, do a "AE" adjustment in service mode using white paper on the copy board glass. Also, go to the addictional funcation mode and go to expossure adjustment and make it lighter. Or as a last effort adjust the corona hieghts of the primary corona wires. Good Luck...

May 01, 2008 | Canon NP 6050 Copier

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Canon Powershot S330 Picture Brightness Help!!!


It sounds like the camera exposure system is out of whack and may need to be serviced. You may want to ensure that exposure compensation is set to 0. Check one of your overexposed images with the display in the 'Detailed Display' mode (two lines of information at the bottom of the LCD). If the second item on the top line is not ±0, the exposure compensation is not at its default value. To set, put the camera in M(anual) shooting mode. Press the Exposure/White Balance button until you see a scale along the bottom of the LCD from -2 to +2. Use the left or right button to set it at 0. If the value is already at 0, you will probably need service.

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Grainy Pictures


This camera with the ISO set to 100 ASA, the electronic zoom turned off, and with the mode on Automatic "A", should take very good pictures.

I would give the camera to the manufacture for service, and include some samples of what the results are. It would be recomended to do this while the camera is under warranty.


Jerry G.

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