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Try looking on the front panel of the printer
press set up button look for Tools or Preferrences then look for power saving mode then turn it off
If the front panel cant have it,connect it directly on a wall outlet not power strip

or more advance

press * and # at the same time then press 1234 consecutively then underware menu should appear on screen
if it does not show you that just keep on doing it until it appears
then use arrow keys and look for sleep mode/power saving mode then set it to 0 or off

Hope I help you a bit.



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Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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