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I want to purchase a colour xerox machine which can print photos and scan and b/w copies which has low maintainance and low catridge costs. which gives me a higher profit pls suggest

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SOURCE: cannon MP145, I want to only scan not printing.

There is no solution for that, if you want only scanning, you need a separate scanner. This machine will only scan when all other errors are taken care of. And all inks are full.

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SOURCE: Can't print photos with correct colours

Clean the cartridge by utilites. Make sure in that that all colour there is. In properties of the printer make sure that level of the colour are exposed faithfully. Arouse reinstall the driver.

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Make sure you are using the correct drivers, plus make sure that your settings are not set to use greyscale.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

SOURCE: My canon MP40 will not scan/copy

This is because you have NOT installed the actual Drivers for the scanner and the Scan Manager. Driver link below. Ensure you get entire package A:SO get the user manual, it shows you what to do.
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SOURCE: in my ir3300 xerox in very light

That means that you have to clean copy glass , lenses, ccd,...maybe even laser unit if you know how.
On digital machines dirty optics means light copy, on analog oposite, dirty optics dark copies.

Just one more question how do you mean " charge toner"?

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