Hi - I must be missing something obvious, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to turn off the LCD on my brand-new F10. I thought that pushing the "disp" button should kill the display after a few presses, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Anyone know how to turn the screen off?
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Did you use a brandname ink cartridge - or is it a knock-off brand? If it is a brand name - then the cartridge is most likely defective. If it is a knock-off brand - some printers do not recognize the electronic in the cartridge and therefore don't see it as one being installed.
Your LCD doesn't have a digital tuner to decode the over the air digital channels. A cheaper alternative for now would be to get a digital to analog converter box.
Let me know if you required further assistance.
In the printer settings (from the LCD and menu buttons) you need to tell the printer that there is a feeder attached. There will be an option in the configuration that allows you to tell the printer it is there.
Not 100% with that model sorry I couldn't direct you exactly where to go.. I am better with HP.
Try running the battery down completely (0% so it turns off itself), and charging whilst the phone is completely off (I'd suggest leaving it overnight). Repeat this once or twice, then see if your battery life has improved. Also ensure that you havent left anything on that could be eating your battery up i.e. bluetooth, and contact your supplier if the problem persists, as you should be covered.