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I am a commerce person with very little electronics knowledge. I am forced to handle a large copier leasing business of our family. Most of the machines like canon ir 4oo require simple servicing at the customer,s location like changint the rubber rollers, paper jams, small defects in the adf or the fax card general cleaning of the machine. We find that outside technicians we are engaging are cheating us for small parts which have been accumulating into large amounts. We wish to acquire some basic trouble shooting techniques by using a video cd, if available. We find similar cd's are available for automobiles, laptops etc. Infact, we came across one cd on the internet but lost track of it. Can someone help us with the details of the availability of such cd's.
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Code M2 means your photocopier machine require maintenance.In maintenance some old parts of your machine will be replaced with the new one and all this will be performed by technical services representative.
I wish I had a magic wand to help you...but the answer is YES! You can fully control the priorities of how the 7105 handles printing/copying/scannng requests. I truly understand your dilemma, it is merely a matter of how the device has been configured. You can program the device to give priority to copies, which will cause print jobs to wait in the que until your copies are done. You can have the print jobs sent to a "mailbox" so that the person requesting a print job will have to walk up to the device and "summon" their print job. There are so many ways to help you with this. You will have to get "THE BOOK" out. I can't type all of the options available to you.