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WHAT ABOUT OCE PLOTTER ERROR CODE 22598 & 22550?

Recommend updating the driver. Opening and closing the lid may temporarily alleviate the problem. Alternatively, contact a Cannon/OCE service representative who has access to the codes. The user manual does not address these specific codes.
9/17/2021 6:00:51 AM • OCE Office... • Answered on Sep 17, 2021
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Have an error code on Oce ColorWave 650 Poster Printer 12501 Any ideas?

CHECK WITH MANUFACTURER , WE HAVE NO CLUE
9/17/2021 5:57:23 AM • OCE Office... • Answered on Sep 17, 2021
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I have oce plotwave 300 i try to enter the webtools & is asking for pasword. can any one help ? i don't have the password

I would ask the office administrator for the password.
9/17/2021 5:54:03 AM • The Office... • Answered on Sep 17, 2021
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Oce tds 450 scanner error 10508-54664

Please error tds 450 10504-271

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9/17/2021 5:46:43 AM • Office Equipment... • Answered on Sep 17, 2021
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Oce tds450 scanner service manual

oce tds 450 scanner fail error 10701
9/17/2021 5:44:11 AM • Contex Scanning... • Answered on Sep 17, 2021
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Please help me for OCE-TDS

The gain has to be readjusted. Call Canon support. This has to be done by a technician.
9/17/2021 5:41:29 AM • Office Equipment... • Answered on Sep 17, 2021
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Oce 7051 My Oce 7051 has stoppped printing. All

It could be several things. But if there is absolutely no image, marks or any blackness on the paper, the high voltage board may be shot.
9/17/2021 5:36:21 AM • Office Equipment... • Answered on Sep 17, 2021
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I have the issue with my printer (Epson tm t88iiip ) for each print I have to switch off and on to print, it doesn't print after a few second.

Firstly I woud delete the windows driver and download a fresh driver from Epson.
9/16/2021 7:07:04 PM • Epson TM-T88IIIP... • Answered on Sep 16, 2021
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0 Answers machine not working due to error C2000

https://www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/126621326-kyocera-mita-km-1650-km-2050-service-repair-manual
9/16/2021 4:00:38 PM • Copystar CS-1650... • Answered on Sep 16, 2021
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How do I plug in 760/e^2.59 into my TI-30Xa calculator

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9/16/2021 1:58:06 PM • Texas... • Answered on Sep 16, 2021
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Error F106 Toshiba e studio 456

Remove the old one, fit the replacement and format it using the service manual instructions.
9/16/2021 5:51:36 AM • Toshiba Office... • Answered on Sep 16, 2021
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Brother MFC-7820N Printer--vertical lines

You need to clean the scanner glass. Also known as the strip glass. It is a 1 inch wide strip of glass that runs from the front to the back. Your documents pass over this glass when they are scanned. Some of the wax crayon probably smeared off onto the glass and now when you scan the scanner sees these marks as stationary and thus records them as solid lines. Just look into the scanner section where your documents are fed in or depending on model, some are just to the left of the large original glass.
Good Luck and thank you for using Fixya.
9/15/2021 9:21:20 PM • Brother... • Answered on Sep 15, 2021
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Brother MFC 7220 prints vertical line from top to

The photosensitive drum needs to be cleaned or replaced. If after cleaning it the vertical line continues, the printer may need maintenance.

9/15/2021 9:19:15 PM • Brother MFC-7220... • Answered on Sep 15, 2021
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Black lines

Not sure what you have tried but if there are no lines when printing but there when scanning there is something on the scanner. Could be something as small a single dot of dirt and it will put a line down the whole page. Try cleaning the glass.
9/15/2021 9:17:32 PM • Office Equipment... • Answered on Sep 15, 2021
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HP Deskjet F380 won't print

i think the inside printer have dirt or obstacles that blocken the cartridges while printing.
try to clean manually the printer by using powerful air blower,repeatedly.
9/15/2021 9:14:32 PM • HP DeskJet F380... • Answered on Sep 15, 2021
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Looks like a braille text

Open the HP Printer Toolkit (this software was installed from the CD-ROM that came with the HP printer) and run a "cleaning cycle",
because some of the ink-jets are clogged, which results in the "all-white" horizontal lines, where some part of that line should be black.
9/15/2021 9:12:32 PM • HP Photosmart... • Answered on Sep 15, 2021
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Printer lines in photo's

Click Start - All programs - HP - HP Solution center.

In HP solution center Click on the Printing Shortcuts tab. Select Photoprinting with borders or borderless. Click OK.
Then close the HP solution center. Try printing. Print photos always with Best quality.

If the issue persists check the ink level of both cartridges and use Photos Cartridge HP 58 to print photos. We insert the Photo cartridge in place of black cartridge.

Thanks
9/15/2021 9:10:48 PM • HP Officejet... • Answered on Sep 15, 2021
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HP officejet 7210 hortizontal white lines

I would suggest you get a set of original HP cartridges .. I have clients trying to save $ all the time by buying refilled and/or refilling themselves to only go and get HP brand. Refills just don't cut it .. leaks, poor print quality, unrecognized cartridges .. there are so many things that I can point out .. save yourself the hassles .. get HP
9/15/2021 9:09:34 PM • HP Officejet... • Answered on Sep 15, 2021
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