Question about Xerox Phaser 7400DN Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The TekColor correction options provide simulations of different color devices. Automatic is the default correction for general image processing. Use the following table to determine what option you want to use.
Automatic Applies the best color correction to each graphic element: text, artwork, and photographs Office Color sRGB Display: Approximates the colors on a computer display.
sRGB Vivid: Produces brighter, more saturated colors than sRGB Display. Press Match SWOP Press: Matches specifications for Web Offset Publications.
Euroscale: Matches Fogra glossy paper specification.
Commercial: Approximates U.S. commercial press target.
SNAP Press: Matches specifications for Newsprint Advertising Production. None Applies no color correction. Use with other color management tools, such as International Color Consortium (ICC) profiles, ColorSync, or the PANTONE Color Chart for the printer. Black & White Converts all colors to shades of gray
From the workstation, select the color correction in a supported driver.
Microsoft Windows 98 SE / ME / 2000 / XP/ Server 2003 / NT 4.x Operating Systems (OS):
NOTE: Some of the color corrections are grouped under Office Color or Press Match.
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
SOURCE: Xerox Phaser 7400
That is caused 99 percent of the time by the fuser.
There is a solid aluminum roll and a silicon rubber ( pressure) roller in the fuser. The pressure roller either developes some flat spots from park ( non running) time and over time heat and use cause it to deform and become out of round. What then happens is when the paper enters the fuser it does so with a slight twist, and the pressure of the fuser, for lack of a better term, Irons in that crease during the fusing process.
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Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Once the LCD is gone blank that means you have to change the control panel. it's not difficult to change, all you have to do is remove the covers that are behind the the control panel. Once you have removed the white covers you can now unscrew the metal hinges. Then you have to insert a flat head in the small cracks behind the control panel that opens the control pane blue covers. Now you disconnect the data cable that connects from the control panel to the machine and that's it. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
The led's are interchangeable. I did this. Also the photoreceptors. In fact all UI are intercengeable, but U can`t do this becouse of toner chips. U can try to change the chips; I didn`t try...
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
That would be the drum 99% of the time. A fuser is what heats up the paper and the toner so it will stick properly. If it is "smudging" then its the fuser. But is it is lines sometimes with dots in them that is a bad drum.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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