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There should be a reset button then located on the machine then t should also say reset then too.

Office Equipment... | Answered 7 hours ago | 64 views


Its a fuser code. Hold down both of the arrow keys for 10 seconds, then press enter. Select 2 for engine, ok, select 7 for data log, ok, scroll to 7807 and execute. exit all of the way out until you get back to engine, then select 3 for end. Recycle power.

Office Equipment... | Answered 15 hours ago | 19 views


I don't know what the numbers are, but the little abrasive cut-off wheels are held on with a mandrel type bit and a screw. Make sure you get the right size wheel and the right size mandrel, they make a couple different sizes, you can't fit the small wheels on the bigger screw. Anyway, I use my cut-off wheels all the time, usually to get stubborn screws out by cutting a slot in the head and turning it out with a flat blade screw driver. The wheels will cut anything, most people scoff when I say that, but it is true, they will cut anything.

Office Equipment... | Answered 15 hours ago | 17 views


  1. Press the copy button on the photocopier or press the print icon on the computer screen that you see.Load your documents.Enter the amount of number of copies you would like to have be printed out.Press the Left or Right arrow key to show brightness. Press Brightness.Press the Left arrow key to make a darker copies or press the Right arrow key to make a lighter copies. Then press the OK button the the screen.If you don't want to change any additional settings then press start.

PRINTER Office... | Answered 17 hours ago | 20 views


Press the Shift/Mode key and set the Input/Output to MathIO.
Even that will not guarantee that the display will be in root form. Only square roots are possible.

Casio Office... | Answered 18 hours ago | 201 views


https://www.royalelimo.com/attachments/JENSEN_VX7020.pdf

How do I reset my Jensen vx7020? Press the front panel Eject ( ) button. Soft Reset - To correct a system halt or other ******* operation, use the tip of a pen to press and release the reset button located just below the front panel interface cover. After a system reset, the unit restores all factory default settings.

Office Equipment... | Answered 21 hours ago | 17 views


SELECTING THE ORIGINAL SIZE
If you loaded a non-standard size* original or the original size was not correctly detected, set the original size manually.
Perform the following steps after placing the document in the document feeder tray or on the document glass.
1 Press the [SPECIAL FUNCTION] key.
The special function
screen will appear.
2 Select "ORIG. SIZE ENTER" from the
menu with the [ ] or [ ] key.
3 Press the [OK] key.
The original size selection
screen will appear.
4 Select the original size with the [ ] or
[ ] key.
The selected original size
is highlighted.
• To select an AB original size, press the [ ] key and
go to step 6.
• If you selected "SIZE INPUT", follow steps 4 through 6
of the procedure in "USING THE BYPASS TRAY TO
COPY A SPECIAL SIZE ORIGINAL" (page 51) to set
the horizontal and vertical dimensions of the original.
5 Press the [OK] key.
You will return to the base
screen and the selected original
size will appear in the original
size display.
Selecting an AB original size
6 Select the original size with the [ ] or
[ ] key.
To return to selection of inch original sizes, press the
[ ] key to return to step 4.
7 Press the [OK] key.
You will return to the base
screen and the selected original
size will appear in the original
size display.
* Standard sizes:
The following sizes can be detected correctly: 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14", 8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
(A3, B4, A4, A4R, A5). If a non-standard size original is placed (including special sizes), the closest standard
size may be displayed, or the original size may not appear.
Note
DUPLEX
SPECIAL FUNCTION
ACC.
DUPLEX SCAN
DUPLEX SCAN
SPECIAL FUNCTION
SPECIAL MODES
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
PAPER SIZE SET
DISPLAY CONTRAST
GH
PQR
DUPLEX
SPECIAL FUNCTION
DUPLEX SCAN
SPECIAL FUNCTION
SPECIAL MODES
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
PAPER SIZE SET
DISPLAY CONTRAST
GHI
BACK OK
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
11x17
8 x14
81 x11
2
1
2
INCH
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
11x17
8 x14
8 x11
INCH
1
2
1
2
To cancel an original size selection, press
the [CA] key.
OK
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
A3
B4
A4
AB
OK
Note

Sharp AR-207... | Answered Yesterday | 264 views


First, be sure all four toner cartridges are seated properly as is the transfer belt. Close the front panel, then the top panel, power-cycle the printer and try again. If that doesn't solve the issue, it sounds as if either the actuator for the front door switch is broken off (which is highly unlikely) or the door switch itself is out of position. Getting to the switch involves removing most of the panels just to get to it; not impossible, just involved and a LOT of screws, plus a small black spacer for the top-left panel hinge. If you have any kind of a warranty or maintenance agreement on the printer, DO NOT TRY THIS, you WILL void it!! You have to unplug the printer, remove the fuser from up top, then the top panel, lower the front panel and remove the transfer belt and keep it out of the way in a dark area. Remove the hinged rear panel at the rear bottom followed by the rear panel (which fits inside a side panel, something to remember when reassembling). Now the side panel. If the switch is out of position, reposition it. If it's broken, it will need to be replaced. Reassembly is in the EXACT opposite of disassembly. You may wish to forego this and get an HP authorized tech in to do this for you. Worst Case Scenario: the DC Controller board is bad. But that's also unlikely ... possible, but unlikely. Let me know how it turns out!

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday | 28 views


go to start menu, choose printer & faxes, click the printer icon properties and find the printer resolution to adjust the dark printing capability

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday | 34 views


HP LASER PRINTERS 2, 2D, 3, 3D

1. Defective cable laser scanner to dc controller.

2. Defective laser scanner assembly.

HP LASER PRINTERS 2P, 2P+, 3P
1. Bad scanner motor.

2. bad dc controller.

HP LASER PRINTERS 3SI, 4SI, 4V
1. Faulty cable assembly.

2. Scanner motor problem.

3. Defective laser scanner assembly.

4. Defective dc controller.

HP LASER PRINTERS 4, 4+, 5
1. Faulty laser scanner cable.

2. Defective laser scanner assembly.

HP LASER PRINTERS 4L, 4P, 5P, 5L, 5SI
1. Temporary error. Scanner startup failure.

2. Improperly fitted scanning assembly.

3. Scanner cable problem.

4. Defective laser scanner assembly.

5. Defective dc controller board.

HP LASER PRINTERS 1200, 2200, 3100 FAX, 3200 FAX, 4100
1. Temporary error. scanner rotation error.

2. Replace contact image sensor.

4. Replace laser scanner.

5. Replace cables to laser scanner and engine board
HP LASER PRINTERS 1100, 2100, 4000, 4050, 8000
1. Scanner start up error
2. Replace scanner cable to the D.C. controller and back to scanner. Or replace scanner cable from engine board to scanner ***'y.
3. Replace scanner ***'y.
4. Replace the engine board.
5. Replace the D.C. controller only on the 8000.
HP LASER PRINTER 2300 ERROR 52.X
1. A temporary scanner start up error.
2. This can also be the shutter tab on the print cartridge. Replace the toner cartridge.
3. Replace the scanner ***'y.
4. Replace the engine board.
HP LASER PRINTERS 4200, 4300 ERROR 52.XX
1. Printer scanner speed error has occurred.
2. Replace laser scanner ***'y
3. Replace the D.C. controller ***'y
HP COLOR LASER PRINTER 4600, 5500 ERROR 52.XK, 52.XC, 52.XM, 52.XY
1. Error code K - No Black Color.
2. Error code C - No Cyan Color
3. Error code M - No Magenta color
4. Error code Y - No Yellow color
5. Replace laser scanner ***'y
6. Replace the D.C. controller ***'y
HP LASER PRINTERS 5000, 5100
1. Printer scanner speed error has occurred.
2. Replace laser scanner ***'y
3. Replace the D.C. controller ***'y
4. Replace cable ***'y from scanner to D.C. controller.
HP LASER PRINTERS 8100, 8150
1.Laser scanner error/start up/rotation error
2.Replace laser scanner ***'y.
3.Replace D.C. controller board.
4.Replace cable ***'y from scanner to D.C. controller
HP LASER PRINTER 4500, 4550
1. Temporary error. Laser scanner error/start up/rotation error

2. Replace laser scanner.
3. Replace D.C. controller ***'y
HP COLOR LASER PRINTERS 4600, 5500
1.Laser scanner error/start up/rotation error.
2.Take the toners out and reseat them, or replace them
3. Replace laser scanner ***'y
4. Replace D.C controller board.
HP LASER PRINTER 8500, 8550
1. Temporary error. Laser scanner error/start up/rotation error

2. Replace laser scanner motor.
3. Replace D.C. controller ***'y

HP LASER PRINTER 9000
1. Temporary laser scanner error/start up/rotation error

2. Replace laser scanner.
3. Replace upper cable guide assembly.
4. Replace DC controller.

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday | 27 views


1) Go to control panel->printer and faxes.
2) Right Click on the paused printer
3) Select resume printing.

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday | 30 views


Are you using genuine HP cartridges?
According to HP, the two cartridges for your printer are the 564 and the 564XL. Either cartridge will work.
HP does not offer another size.

Take the black one out that's in there now and see what the Part # is... then do a search for it.

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday | 46 views


Here is the link given to the user manual. that contains the optimum solution to your problem and maximum guidance.


http://www.devicemanuals.com/guide/All-in-One%20Products/HP/HP-PSC-950-All-in-One-Owners-Manual-==TVRFME56VTI=.html

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DocumentIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodClassId=-1&contentType=SupportManual&prodTypeId=18972&prodSeriesId=34579

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday | 41 views


The DeskJet printers are notorious for this problem. When you turn the printer off and back on in the middle of a print job, it gets confused when it is back on and cannot interpret the print language when it resumes from the computer. Whenever this happens in the future, you need to delete the print job off your pc before turning the printer back on. If you have windows XP, click START, SETTINGS, PRINTERS&FAXES, then double-click on your printer icon. When the queue window comes up, right-click on the active print job, select DELETE, then reply YES to confirm. If you don't see the print job delete (it might take a minute or so), then you will have to stop/start your Windows print spooler. Go to START, SETTINGS, CONTROL PANEL. Double-click the ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS icon. Double-click the SERVICES icon. Scroll down and locate PRINT SPOOLER. Right-click on it and select STOP. Wait about 10 seconds, then right-click on it again and select START. Close out of the SERVICES & CONTROL PANEL windows. Open your printer status window again and see if it is clear. Once it is clear, it will be safe to turn your printer back on. Hope this helps.

HP DeskJet 648c... | Answered 2 days ago | 108 views

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