I have just recieved an I station as my brother broke it, so I'm trying to fix it. All he gave me was the i station itself, WITH NO EXTRA's eg. pen, charger, manual, etc. So I just charged it with a OLD Nokia charger. It says Input 230VAC 50Hz 30mA, Output 3.7VDC 0.35A, Indoor use only. I plugged it in the mains and plugged the other end in the I station DUH. and it came up with a blue LED at the bottem below the screen. I left it there for 24 hours. I then tried to turn it on and it DID NOT TURN ON ARRGGGGG
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First check the printer itself is working OK by printing a test page.
Most printers have a power-on self test (eg press feed button while pressing power on - please consult your manual). If the test print is OK, then it's the PC or connecting cable. You could try any other PC or laptop (you would have to instal your printer software first) but just try re-installing your printer software first on YOUR computer. If that doesn't work try any other PC or Laptop available as directed above.
USE A FILE THAT YOU HAVE PRINTED OK BEFORE IF POSS.
If none of the works then the cable is suspect.
not all usb drives will work. a simple usb pen drive will mount itself ok, but one with extra mounted drives or protection...eg Sandisk Cruzer won't as the need to 'mount' the memory area as a drive and require a more sophisticated usb interface to do this
if it is not getting detected ,than there would be problem with the device itself. try to format the pendrive.... else if the pen drive was detecting in (eg :H drive) than type h:\ in your address url,...it get detected
This is errors in purge station on your printer.If you are a professional disassembly the printer and look purge unit.There is a gear which broke or the purge station just stuck.Clean the encoder strip and encoder gear. If you not, better don't touch anything and look for service in your area.
Hi, I just ordered 2 pens - the price was $5 per pen including S+H. I was told that the globe that we have ( smart globe, purchased in 2003 or so ) is a discontinued model so I just ordered an extra one just in case. The pens should arrive within 10-15 business days according to the costumer rep. Good luck!
1.Go Menu Type in *2864 Type in 10 Code WSW00 shows Type in 51 Code WSW51 0000001 will show Try different values, eg change to 000000 or 0000010 BUT remember original code to get back to To exit type 99 Also can try. Solution: ·Machine off ·Switch on the machine while holding down the “menu”button until all the leds are flashing on/off. Now you are in “maintenance” mode. ·Press 80 ·Press the “mono start” button several times until you see “purge: xxxx” ·Press “2783” in order to reset the purge counter. You will see: “purge:0000” ·Press the "stop" button. ·Press “99” to exit the maintenance mode. Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one
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I think you dropped the pen on its tip and broke the little ferrite sensing core. You can try to repair it by gluing the core back together - it worked for me. For detailed instructions on how to do it, go here:
or you can try to swap the core for the eraser and the tip (more involved - you would need to be very good with a soldering iron to attempt this). Either way - it's unfortunate that the pen is so fragile and that the user manual doesn't really warn you of this.
Ok i did a search for this problem and ended up on this forum My diagnose of the problem was that the pen was not detected by the drawing pad , so something was wrong with the pen After studying the pen i found a little hole where the wire is where u screw the cap on the back Pushing in the hole with a little screwdriver made the circuit board come lose Then i found out i had to use a little screwdriver to pull out the long button before the whole circuit board would come out of the pen I found out that one of the tiny wires from the pressure coil was loose I soldered it back on and tested it ,still out of the hull ,but holding a battery in it and touching the drawing pad And it worked again !! (cheer) I think that due to some movement of the coil and/or circuit board inside the hull ,one or maybe even both of the wires come loose and that makes the pen not function anymore
Just to be sure i put a dot of extra solder on both wires because the amouth of soldering tin was barely visible
If your handy you can try to open the pen like i did and check if both wires are still connected to the circuit board If not , with a bit solder u can fix it and get it working again
Hope my experience helps others to fix this nice drawing pad
My wife was very sad as she found out it stopped working and a new battery didn't fix it Since i gave it to her for her birthday i was upset too and very motivated to find the problem As ham radio operator i have plenty of soldering and trouble shooting experience