HI mate, saw your post... wondering if you could help with my unique (or so I think) problem...
I just switched on my MF4140 (MFD)..after an excruciating shipping of it all the way from Australia to India. THe printer seems to have come here in one piece, barr a small break where the scanner lid connects to the main body.. but that really shouldn't break anything.
Since switching it on, it's been giving me error E225. Reading through some of the forums, it'd appear that the error represents a broken glass but the glass appears to be in brand-spanking new shape to me. WOuld you have any thoughts on this?
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Hi , Without your Carter Glass Washer model number nobody can help mate.... You can find a FREE user manual on line, Just google (user manual for carter glass washer)+model number .. For example: user manual for Samsung TV LE32R53B<- Example only.......
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Hi. If you live in a place where winter means icing conditions, snow, sleet and such; you have probably experienced a frozen car window. When murphy's law kicks in the car window that usually freezes up first is on the driver's side. No fun when you want to go to a drive in window, or get the mail from a rural mailbox. What can be even worse is when the window is left open or partly open and freezes in that position... bbbrrrrrrrrrrr. <br />
For a quick fix of this problem without doing any damage to your car's window or the gasket that surrounds the glass on the outside of the door your will need a tool called a flush cut saw. If you have a Home Depot, Lowes, or most any hardware store near by you can purchas a flush cut saw for about $10.00. I like the Stanley Fat Max Flush Cut Saw which is also available at this link <a href="http://www.nextag.com/Fatmax-Flush-Cut-Saw-69621680/prices-html">http://www.nextag.com/Fatmax-Flush-Cut-Saw-69621680/prices-html</a><br />
A flush cut saw is unique in that there are teeth but the teeth are not bent, or set, to tear. Instead, the teeth are in a straight line with the rest of the blade. For this application, the teeth will cut but not tear the gasket.<br />
All you do is slide the saw between the glass and the gasket on the outside of the door. This will allow you to slice through the ice that is keeping your window from going up and/or down. It will also solve the frozen window problem without damaging the rubber gasket that is supposed to keep water from entering the interior of the car door.<br />
I keep one of these flush cut saws in my car during the Winter months. It doesn't take up much space but it sure comes in handy when a window freezes shut!
Hi, you can take a small flat head screw driver and pop it out , just make sure your light or not turn on . And key out of switch, then you should have no problem . If i can help you any more just re post. Thanks dodge tec
hi bill, I think the problem might be the glass cover for the headlights. I checked, and the 87-91 olds delta 88 have a replacement bulb, not a sealed beam headlight. I assume the glass cover (lens) of the headlights were broken due to the minor accident. The headlight lens, or glass, might be found in an auto salvage yard. You might find new ones at a dealership, but they would be very hard to find for a 91, as they don't make them anymore, due to the cars age (no demand to make manufacturing them worthwhile). So check the junk yard, it's your best bet. Good luck, Curt
Try this quickly to see if it helps and if it doesn't let me know as there is another trick we can try next.
With the Printer On: Press and hold the Stop/Reset button for a full 6 seconds, using the one Mississippi method of counting or use a watch. Release the button. Restart the Printer and try to print again.