Question about Konica Minolta Magicolor 1600W Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn off printer. And press stop, maintenance and power bottom
at the same time.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
What is the error message? SCANNER ERROR?
If that is what you getting, turn printer off then open scanner cover- on the left hand side there is a toggle log for scanner, position it to unlock then turn printer on then try scanning/copying again.
if your having a different error message pls indicate the exact error that you are getting.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: epson cx 2900
If the error is fatal then there is NOTHING you can do at home to sort the problem out. If Epson are refusing to repair the unit because you have repeatedly used non genuine ink then you can try and take them to task on the legality of that decision (depending upon consumer law in your area) but the chances of you getting it sorted without costing a fortune are slim to none.
There is an error which shows up in the status monitor as MAINTENANCE error and this can fixed relatively easily. It's symptoms are similar. However, a fatal error is generally just that - Fatal - and there is nothing the home user can do as this generally requires parts fitting.
Your non genuine ink is almost certainly NOT to blame for the fatal error though. At worst the **** ink you use will clog nozzles and may even ruin the print head by clogging all the nozzles and causing only blank pages to be produced. BUT can you prove this to Epson in court?
My advice - bin the printer and replace it with one from a manufacturer who appears to give a damn about their products and customers as much as their fat pockets!!
Posted on May 27, 2008
If the technician who changed your hard drive was able to transfer ("clone") the system from your old drive, all you need to do is plug your printer/scanner in and it should work. If he was not able to do this and you have a new Windows installation, you need to use the CD that came with the printer to re-install it. Just connect up the printer to the computer BUT DO NOT TURN THE PRINTER ON UNTIL TOLD TO. Start the computer and when Windows has loaded, put the CD in the CD drive. The CD should start the installation process - just follow the instructions. If you do not have a CD, download the necessary installation software from the Epson website.If you don't know how to do this, report back and I will provide more help.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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