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most newer games are not compatible with that old an ios

Office Equipment... | Answered 5 hours ago | 27 views


What manufacturer and model do you need it for?

Office Equipment... | Answered 6 hours ago | 22 views


You did not say what type of printer it is, or if you have checked for a piece of paper stuck somewhere in the printer.

Example of possible solution:

https://www.inkredible.co.uk/canon-error-code-6a81-fixed


https://www.inkredible.co.uk/canon-error-code-6a81-fixed

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"Canon Error Code 6A81 - Fixed! We recently came across error code 6A81 on our Canon Pixma MG5250 Printer (using PGI-525/CLI-526 range cartridges). The error could also occur on other printers in this range.
The error code is basically caused by an obstruction within the printer, usually a paper jam but could be any foreign body that has found its way into the printer (those with young children will understand!). The obstruction stops the carriage and print head from moving into the correct position when powering up the printer. The print head should come to rest at the right hand side of the carriage and position itself over the waste ink sponges. If the print head is unable to do so, it returns the '6A81' error message.
You can see from the picture, the position of the two waste ink sponges towards the right hand side. The sponges are spring loaded and move backwards and forwards when the printer initialisation occurs upon start up.
The problem in our case was caused by two pieces of torn paper. One at the far right of the printer which was simple to remove, but the other was stuck in a small opening behind the spring mechanism for the waste ink sponges. This was preventing the sponges from being moved freely and seated correctly, which in turn meant that the print head was unable to pass over them and come to rest in the correct position.
To remove the torn paper we turned off the power to the printer (to prevent any damage to the carriage mechanism) and used a pair of tweezers to carefully pull the offending article through the small gap. We missed this hidden piece of paper the first time we checked for obstructions so it's worth shining a torch in and having a good nose around!
Close your printer lid, power on the printer and et voila... Canon error code 6A81 is no more!"

Office Equipment... | Answered 9 hours ago | 34 views


Most common reason is that it is not the printer, but the computer sending the print job is set to Grey Scale, instead of being set to color.

Kyocera Office... | Answered 9 hours ago | 26 views


The driver is what the computer uses to run the appliance, so install the driver to the computer, not the printer.

Ricoh Office... | Answered 10 hours ago | 21 views


Perhaps you need to contact tech support for the MAKE unit you have

The Office... | Answered 11 hours ago | 20 views


Fixya does not sell Sharp parts.

Sharp Office... | Answered 17 hours ago | 23 views


3/4 + 5/12 you need the bottom number the same to add them together
you need to make the bottom number known as denominator the same
so if you multiply as an example 6 by one you get the same number 6.
so if you multiply 3/4 by 3/3 (which is one) you get 9/12
adding 9/12 plus 5/12 you get 14/12
this is 1 and 2/12
2/12 divided by 2/2 (which is one) simplifies the fraction to 1/6
so the answer is 1 and 1/6

The Office... | Answered 17 hours ago | 26 views


I just chatted with Dell support about this since I have the same problem of the grinding noise on my C1760NW Dell printer. I have it plugged into an APC backup battery which acts like surge protector (unless power goes out then battery kicks in). He said the printer needs more power and that surge protectors and battery backups are not good for this printer since they restrict the power which sends less power to the motor and fuser than what it was designed for. So with less power from the APC backup/surge protector, the motor moves very slow and may not fuser the toner to the page correctly and can cause permanent damage over time. So I plugged into the wall directly instead and the grinding noise went away immediately even when printing 10-15 pages right after plugging into wall, but then the noise came back when I printed a bigger job. So for now I'm letting it cool down for a couple hours and crossing my fingers that the damage is not permanent. So... answer is plug it into the wall directly for maximum power and hope that your printer is not permanently damaged. By the well, Dell support chat was awesome.

Dell, Inc Dell... | Answered 21 hours ago | 2,284 views

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