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Re: receipt printer TM-U220 not working
After looking at the description of this printer, the following suggestions:
1. This uses an external power supply- is the printer power indicator lit? If not, then perhaps the external power supply is dead, or the connection where it plugs into the printer is broken. Sometimes the connector can itself be broken, or where it solders onto the circuit board, causing a dead condition. A break in the wire also.
2. If printer is getting power- check the paper path for something foreign lodged- a torn piece of paper etc.
3. There should be a paper present sensor somewhere also, which checks if the unit is out of paper. There is possibly a lever which contacts the paper- check if this lever is broken or stuck.
4. You could try printer on a different computer, to narrow the problem to either the printer or to the computer/cash register.
5. Have you checked the software? Is printer properly setup (drivers), and set as the default printer? Does a printjob appear in the queue?
Lastly, there could be a problem with the electronics, which would require technical repair, or replacement of the unit.
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Which notebook? You didn't give us a brand and model number.
Look on the sides and see if it has a port that will accept a telephone cord. If so, that's the modem port. Don't get it confused with the Network Cable port. The network cable port will be larger, but they both look the same. In fact if you tried to put the network cable into the modem port, it won't fit because the network cable is bigger than the telephone cord.
Section 1 - Product OverviewHardware OverviewConnectionsUSB Connect a USB 1.1 or 2.0 flash drive to configure the wireless settings using WCN.Reset Pressing the Reset button restores the router to its original factory default settings.LAN Ports (1-4) Connect Ethernet devices such as computers, switches, and hubs.Internet Port The auto MDI/MDIX Internet port is the connection for the Ethernet cable to the cable or DSL modem.Power Receptor Receptor for the supplied power adapter.D-Link DIR-65 User Manual
If you don't know it you can check our list of default router and modem password list here. If you have changed it and don't remember it you may have to reset your device to factory default using the reset button on most routers.
connect the Ethernet Cable to lan Port and make new connection from Window (PC also should connect to the Lan Port) and configure the username and Password (test it ) if it is going this mean the Wan Port Has some Problems......
Hi there, this tends to be a problem with the HDMI handshake that takes place between the console and the TV. Next time it starts blinking just unplug the HDMI cable (while everything is still on and running) and plug it back in. The HD handshake should be performed automatically by console and TV and hopefully it should stop doing it. You may have to do this each time you use the console, it all depends on whether your TV "remembers" the handshake.
Based on your troubleeshooting already preformed. the next step would be to replace the LVPS (Low Voltage power Supply) After replacing that if their is still no power it would be on to the HVPS (High Voltage Power Supply)
- tried disconnecting ethernet cable. result: nada
- turned airport off and on, along with everything else. result: nada
- changed cable and port, turned everything off and on. result: it works!
The error had occurred when there was a power outage during the snowstorm
hi i had similar problem, you need to change the settings in the bluray player output to hdmi or auto in other to get sound after the settings turn everything off even from the socket and then turn it back on for that setting to take effect. try this
It appears to me that you have everything plugged into the desktop PC. This is not the way that it should be done. Plug the cable modem into the wireless router via the Internet/WAN port. Plug your desktop PC into one of the ports numbered 1-4. Now connect to the router via the wireless connection for the router and you should be able to now connect to the internet with your laptop.
If it still does not work, power down everything in this order: Laptop, Desktop, Router, Cable Modem. Bring everthing up in the reverse order (Cable Modem, Router, Desktop, Laptop) waiting for each device to stablize before moving to the next.
Once you get everything working, turn on your wireless security (WPA not WEP) asap to keep your computers and surfing safe, and to keep intruders off your network.
Hi Conor, every SATA drive is a master drive. With that in mind you're SATA must have windows installed on it. Please disconnect the data cable & power cable's from the IDE drives.
(Do not reconnect either IDE untill you have finished).
Install windows on the SATA drive. Install all the needed drivers, than update windows. When finished Check the pin setting on the IDE drives. Set one as the "master with a slave" & the other as the slave. Than you can add both into the system. If you had windows on one of the IDE's just delete the root files on that drive so it does not conflict with the new windows on the SATA drive. Go in the bios make sure you have the SATA drive as the boot drive & not either of the IDE drives. If the system still shuts down after all this, try replacing the data cable for the IDE drives (Both should be on the same data cable). Swap the power connector from the CD-ROM drive to the IDE.
Next, if you're system still shuts down after adding either of the IDE drives, than swap the ports. Connect the CD-ROM to the primary IDE port on the board & the IDE hard drive to the IDE slave port. (This is for testing only). Double check all power connections from the power supply to the motherboard. Leave the case opened. Look at the board when booted. Watch for the the case LED's lighting up & flashing cr-rom's LED flashes, look at the CPU fan. Make sure all fan's are running & listen for the drives running.
Let me know if anything changed or not. Post any thing odd or if any thing did or didn't work & I'll go from there. Everything is a test & error soulation. One change at a time.