Shuts itself off, sends out extra pages, all "when it wants to"
I have a unique technical working environment: I support computer equipment and peripherals for ships on the Great Lakes. Right now I have a Canon MF-4150 that is maybe a year old that is currently turning itself off and during any print job may or may not send out an extra piece of blank paper. It has been doing this for about a week now and I have not found any solution, beyond my own surmising of replace it.
Do you have any suggestions for me to try when I next get on this ship? I have to ask for instructions that include "try this, and if that didn't work, try this, or this, or this..." please.
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Which page were you on before the system shut down? Start your computer and open up browser which you were using before the shutdown. Go to the history of the browser and search for the page on which you were working or you can also restore the previous session and get back your webpage. You can also avail our technical service by visiting our website http://www.vtechsquad.com.
This sounds like you equipment is overheating and is shuting down on protection mode. Is the Canon in an enclosed environment or sitting on something that is already warm? Try moving the Canon to another area. Good Luck. George
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Sorry. The MHz of your radio cannot be changed. And there are no "private" frequencies available for use. However, your radio is equipped with this in mind.
There are 22 frequencies built into the T5500, along with 38 Interference Eliminator Codes. The two combined offer you over 836 choices to avoid other people. And if this is not sufficient, they also have the capability Qt filtering.
Once I had a problem with Ethernet auto negotiation, fax-es and AS5300. all links in fax IP path had to be set to fixed configuration (ex. 100 Mbps full-duplex).
Cisco equipment could not autonegotiate link speed by itself (VG248, C3550 and AS5350), so it tried every few seconds to re-negotiate ethernet link speed, and those extra packets broke fax transmision over IP. Voice worked OK, at the same time.
This could be a mis-match of paper sizes. Example, computer could be sending an A4 page to the printer. The paper size in the could be set to Letter. Ensure the 4 paper sizes match, in the computer - the document and printer driver; in the printer (change in control panel) and paper tray (adjust the physical side and length).
This isn't a problem. When your the computer boots it is sending out a signal on the USB cable to make sure everything is ok. It doesn't know if more devices were added or removed after you shut it down and it's just trying to get its bearings about its environment. When the printer sees this signal it will do a sanity check of itself as well. It will move the cartridge carrier and it probably has a mechanism that wipes the printer head to make sure it is clean.