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Changing language dell 922 printer

The language in the Dell 922 display is FRENCH. i cannot find out how to change it back to English. Not in the manual and unable to locate on the Dell site. Please help.

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  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2008

    I have the same problem with my Dell 926 AIO printer it appears to be in Russian???

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2008

    Forgot to add that I did as suggested with the cancel and on buttons - FAX appears but the rest is in Russian when I try to scroll.

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To change the language on the Dell 922's display, turn on the printer, then press and hold the Power and Cancel buttons at the same time for about 10 seconds. The language choices will then scroll across the LCD press the up or down arrow key till english appears, then click Menu.

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2011

    I've had my Dell 922 for 3 years (got it free at that time) and the settings have been in Spanish that entire time because the previous owner nor I never figured out how to change it to English. I just wanted to thank you for your tip!! I've been battling with a company regarding non Dell remanufactured ink cartridges not being recognized and they refuse to help me until I could tell them the exact error messages I was receiving. I'll probably just toss the generic print cartridges (only paid $14 total for both combined) and go back to Dell original ink cartridges since I don't use the printer that much and I know they work! Just very pleased you had posted your solution for the language!

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That you can change thru lcd panel setting . bye

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