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Need to get a meter reading from my Panasonic DP190 fax machine

I was advised to press the paper tray and copy size buttons at the same time. When I do this nothing comes up in the screen... please advise

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I just tested on a machine. if the copy light is on and if you press paper tray and copy size buttons at the same time it will show you a count if not i can show you a way to print it

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I use a CM2320nf MFP connected to Windows XP. The unit seems to be defaulted to print 2 pages - and for double sided copies, it stops after 2 pages, then the Cleaning window pops up, then I get an error...


Problem 1 :
As far as the machine printing 2 pages per job. To fix this it's usually the default number of copies the printer is set to. To change/ confirm the setting is set to one:
Press the menu button
Arrow down to -> Printing, Press the green check to enter the menu
Arrow down to -> Copies Press the green check to enter the menu
Change or confirm the value = 1, (Based on your question this might be set to 2) Press the green save the value.
* If your number of copies is set to 1 and the machine is still printing 2 copies, then the problem relays in your print driver.

Problem 2: General Misprint Error message something like 41.3
2 things to check:

1st - Press the menu button
Arrow down to Paper Handling, Press the green check to enter the menu
Now you will see options like Tray 1 size - Tray 1 type. Here their will be a option for each tray installed on your machine. You will go into each tray option and confirm the paper size and type.
Example
Tray 1 Size = Envelope #10 (This is the manual feed tray)
Tray 1 Type = Envelope
Tray 2 Size = Letter
Tray 2 Type = Plain

To perform arrow down to tray X size press the green check to access the menu, arrow up or down to select your paper size. Once the paper size is selected press the green check to save it. repeat for each tray.

2nd -
Pull out your tray and remove the paper, towards back of the tray you will see a guide (Tab) in the middle of the tray which allows you to expand the tray to accept various paper sizes, Please confirm the guide is set to the correct type. If your using letter, make sure the guide is set to letter (LTR) you can see these codes by looking at the base of the guide, their is a little arrow pointer.

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Press the FAX button, open the document tray and align the paper guides for A4 size paper.

Place the sheets in the document feeder, facing up, first text line towards the machine, first page on top. The machine will beep. Adjust the paper guides.

Enter the phone number, and press the black button. The fax will be sent with the default settings.

Refer to the user manual as to how to change settings (it's quite straightforward from the menu, anyway).

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How do you get a meter reading on a pansonic 8020?


Press copy size and paper tray keys down at the same time.Meter Reading will show on the screen.

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HP Printer 7210 or 7310 Gives Error receving faxes Load a new blank paper on paper tray.

Press * and # simultaneously, and then release both buttons.

Press 1 , 2 ,and then 3 . The Service menu appears.

Press the right arrow button (>) until the System Configuration menu appears then press OK.

Press > until Media Sense Calibration or Calibrate Spot Sensor appear and then press OK. The unit should pick the paper and eject it.

Press the Cancel button until date and hour appear on display

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Cycle Power on the Printer
  1. Turn the printer off.
  2. Wait 10 seconds.
  3. Turn the printer on.
  4. Determine if the issue still occurs.
Verify There is Paper in the Tray

Verify the Paper Size
Look at the chart below to verify that the paper size meets the 3000cn / 3010cn / 3100cn-series specifications.
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Verify the paper size in the tray matches the size set in the 3000cn / 3010cn / 3100cn-series printer´s operator panel.

To verify the paper size in the tray matches the size set in the printer's operator panel, perform the following steps:
  1. Press the MENU button.
  2. Press the down arrow until Tray Settings appears and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.
  3. Press the down arrow until Paper Size appears and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.
  4. Press the down arrow until the specific paper tray (Tray 1, Tray 2, or MPF) appears and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.
  5. Press the down arrow to select the specific paper size, as shown in Figure 1, and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.
  6. Press the MENU button.
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*1 Denotes country-specific factory default values.
*2 Available for the optional 250-sheet cassette only.

Figure 1 - Paper Size Chart





Verify the Paper Type Matches the Type Set in the Printer´s Operator Panel

To verify the paper type matches the type set in the printer's operator panel, perform the following steps:
  1. Press the MENU button.

  2. Press the down arrow until Tray Settings appears and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.

  3. Press the down arrow until Paper Type appears and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.

  4. Press the down arrow until the specific paper tray (Tray 1, Tray 2, or Multipurpose Feeder) appears and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.

  5. Press the down arrow to select the specific paper type, as shown in Table 1, and press the return%20arrow%203100cn.jpg button.

  6. Press the MENU button.
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Table 1: Paper Type Chart

All media types that are not Plain 1 should be printed from the MPF only.


Verify the printing preferences on the Dell™ 3000cn / 3010cn / 3100cn / 5100cn-series printer.
To verify the printing preferences is set to print from the correct tray with the correct paper size, perform the following steps:
  1. Click the Start button, go to Settings, and click Printers and Faxes.
    The Printers and Faxes window appears.
  2. Right-click Dell Laser Printer 3000cn / 3010cn / 3100cn / 5100cn-series and click Printing Preferences.
    The Printing Preferences window appears.
  3. Verify the Paper Size drop-down is set to the correct paper size loaded in the specific tray to be printed from..
  4. Click the Paper Tray tab.
  5. Click the Paper Source drop-down menu and select the specific tray to be printed from.
    This sets the size and tray defaults.

Verify the Paper Size From the Printing Application Matches the Designated Printer Tray
To verify the paper size from the printing application matches the designated printer tray, perform the following steps:
  1. Open the application being used to print the document. (Example: Microsoft Word)
  2. Click File and click Print.
  3. Verify the paper size.

Verify the Paper Source From the Printing Application Matches the Designated Printer Tray
  1. Open the application being used to print the document.
  2. Click File and click Print.
  3. Verify the paper source.

Do not replace any printer hardware as this is not a printer hardware issue.

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If you see this message on the front panel of the HP PSC 2210 when you are receiving a fax, check that the paper size is set to match the paper size in the paper tray. (You cannot receive a fax on 4 x 6 paper or on an envelope.) Checking the paper size setting
  1. Press Setup .
  2. Press the right arrow until you see 3: Basic Fax Setup .
  3. Press Enter .
  4. Press the right arrow until you see 4: Paper Size .
  5. Press Enter .
  6. Press the right arrow until you see the paper size that matches the size of the paper in the paper tray.
  7. Press Enter .

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RECEIVED IN MEMORY
If the machine receives a fax under one of the following conditions, the machine will not be able to print the received fax and will store it in its memory.
When the problem is resolved as described, the fax stored in memory is printed automatically.
bullet_s.gif Ink is low or has run out while receiving a fax: replace the FINE Cartridge.
bullet_s.gif Paper size/type setting is incorrect: correct the paper size/type setting.
bullet_s.gif Paper has run out while receiving a fax: load the paper and press the OK button.
bullet_s.gif Output Tray is closed: open it.
bullet_s.gif OFF is selected for AUTO PRINT RX: select ON.
bullet_s.gif You pressed the Stop/Reset button to cancel printing of a fax: press the FAX button.

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thanks for your time.
pull the leaderboard and click on the reset button

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Canon pixma mp530 all-in-one printer set up


Receive Mode Setting
On the operation panel, press the following buttons to select the appropriate receive mode.
  1. Press <Fax>.

  2. Press <Menu>.

  3. Press the right or left arrow button to select [Receive mode set], then press <OK>.

  4. Press the right or left arrow button to select the receive mode that best suits your needs, then press <OK>.


    FAX ONLY MODE: When you want to receive only faxes automatically with your machine, or have a dedicated telephone line for FAX use only.

    MANUAL MODE: When you receive mainly voice calls and sometimes faxes, or want to receive faxes manually.
    ANS MACHINE MODE: When you want to receive voice messages on your answering machine and receive faxes automatically.
    FAX/TEL AUTO SW: When you want to receive faxes automatically as well as voice calls.
    DRPD: When you have subscribed to a DRPD service with your telephone company.

  5. Press <Stop/Reset> repeatedly to return to fax standby mode.
Solution: Changing the TX report MP530

Change the TX Report 1. Press the <Menu> button to display [FAX SETTINGS].
2. Use the [ left.gif] or [ right.gif ] to select [TX SETTINGS] then press <OK>.
3. Use the [ left.gif] or [ right.gif ] to select [TX REPORT] then press <OK>.
4. Use the [ left.gif] or [ right.gif ] to select [PRINT ERROR ONLY] or [PRINT FOR EACH RX] then press <OK>.
5. Use the [ left.gif] or [ right.gif ] to select [YES] or [NO] for [ATTACH TX IMAGE:] then press <OK>.
6. Press <Stop/Reset>.

Changing the Paper Size, Type and Source
Changing the Paper Source
Before printing, confirm that the location where you have loaded paper is selected as a paper source. Press <Feed Switch> to change the paper source.
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(A) Auto Sheet Feeder Lamp
(B) <Feed Switch>
(C) Cassette Lamp
Note: Press <Feed Switch> so that the Auto Sheet Feeder Lamp lights when loading paper in the
Auto Sheet Feeder and the Cassette Lamp lights when loading paper in the Cassette.

You can also select the paper source with the printer driver when printing from the
computer.

Changing the Page Size and Media Type

Note: The asterisk <* > on the LCD indicates the current setting.
1 . Press <Paper>.
When you do not need to change the page size, press <OK> to proceed to step 4.
2 . Use leftright.gif to select the page size: A4 / B5 / A5 / 4x6 / 5x7 / C-CARD / 8.5x11 / 8.5x14
sizetypelcd.gif 3 . Press <OK>.
4 . Use leftright.gif to select the media type: PLAIN / PHOTO PRO / PHOTO PLUS / MATT PHOTO / GLOSSY
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Note: In order to obtain optimal quality print results, when copying photographs, use Canon-recommended Photo Paper Pro or Photo Paper Plus Glossy.
5 . Press <OK>.

Entering the Date and Time Note: When your machine is connected to a computer with the MP driver installed, even if the date and time are entered from the Operation Panel of the machine, the date and time will be read from your computer every time you start the computer, turn the machine on, or disconnect and connect the USB cable. When using your machine connecting to your computer, set the date and time on your computer precisely.
The date and time will be reset when you disconnect the power cord or there is a power failure. In this case, you can set it again on the machine. Alternatively, it can be read from your computer and set on the machine by connecting the machine to your computer with the MP driver installed.
1. Press [FAX], then press [Menu].
2. Use [ left.gif] or [ right.gif] to select <USER SETTINGS>.
3. Press [OK] two times.
datetimeset.gif 4. Use the numeric buttons to enter the date and time (in 24-hour format). Enter only the last two digits of the year.
Note: If you misentered the date and time, use [ left.gif] or [ right.gif] to move the cursor under the number to enter the correct number. Three formats of date are available.
5. Press [OK].
6. Press [Stop/Reset].

I hope it helps!!!

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