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Calibrating the temperature resolves the THS error in most cases.
The ‘Temp Cal’ functions can be carried out in the following way;
·Start with the printer powered OFF and at normal room temperature ·Hold down the ONLINE and SETUP button and power the printer back on ·Keep the ONLINE and SETUP button held down until the display reads ‘PRINT TEMP. CAL’ along the top line ·Press the button under ‘TEMP CAL’ (button 3) ·Using buttons 2 or 3 change the Temp Setting to match the temperature of the room the printer is used in (change this value by at least 1 degree even if it is correct to force the printer into recalibrating. ·Then press SET to save the settings.
If the printer continues to display the THS error, the problem can be caused by;
Incorrectly seated print head
Damaged or incorrectly seated head cable
Fault with Main Board, Interconnect Board or the print head.
If the printer has an internal network card the easiest way to change the IP address is through the printers own Web page, this can be accessed by entering the current IP Address of the printer in your Web Browser.
Go to the Advanced Section, then TCP/IP you can then change the IP Address of the printer.
You can find the current IP Address set in the printer by pressing the small black test button near the network port.
Alternatively you can use ARP for help on this open the DOS prompt and type ARP /?
Follow the example showing how to set an IP Address you will need the MAC address off the print out from network card test page.