Saturday, October 26, 2013

Adjusment Program Epson C58 dan C79

you can download Adjusment Program Epson C58 dan C79 Adjustment C58 and 

Adjustment C79


Friday, October 25, 2013

Brother MFC J6910DW Ebook brochures

Brother MFC-J6910DW
Here’s a printers Brother MFC-J6910DW Ebook brochures that really means business. You can print, copy, scan and fax up to an impressive A3 size – with up to A3 double-sided printing and A4 double-sided copying and scanning to help you save paper and time. It’s fast too, with a 12/10 images per minute mono/colour print speed saving you valuable time. Add in other features such as an automatic document feeder and big 500-sheet paper tray for less refilling, the latest wireless N technology for easier sharing and cost-saving XL ink cartridge option (lasting up to an incredible 2400 pages), and it’s easy to see what an invaluable business tool the MFC-J6910DW is. download

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Error 6A00 on Canon PIXMA MP800

The 6A00 is a Canon generic code for paper path jam. Some where in the paper path a sensor is activated indicating paper jam so the printer will give off a 6A00 code. As a Canon tech, I usually find the code, almost 90% of the time, is related to the purge unit being jammed with something and not being able to move. Moving the print head assembly will not clear a purge unit if its jammed with paper, paper clips, push pins, screws, cookie crisp, flower bud pods or the like. And yes I have found all those things in a purge unit. The offending item needs to be removed or the purge unit needs replacement. A Pixma MP830 would still be under Canon warranty, get it into a shop and save yourself the hassel.

Incidently, the 6A00 error pertains to all Canon printers made in the last several years, its not just used in one model. And its always a paper path error or purge unit.
I forget myself so here goes, the purge unit, called a spittoon assembly in an HP, lexmark, and other inkjet printers, is where the print head assembly parks when not in use, also its other job is to clean and make sure the print head is clean and open for printing. That is why youll find the print head assembly parked on top of it. It also has a an electrical pump to milk the print heads and test for ink flow.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Lanier 5613

I had never heard of Lanier until I joined this company. I had always worked with the big boys, HP, Xerox and Brother. I didn’t realize Lanier was part of Ricoh, who I had heard of until much later, when I actually read the user manual for the 5613 which we had.

The Lanier 5613 is quite a different setup. The most popular multifunctions have a printer, copier, scanner and fax. This one has a copier and fax, with the printer as an option. Then a further option of a networked printer. I guess if an office doesn’t print that much this would be the ideal choice, and this office doesn’t print that much, but I was under the impression the copier used a combination of the printer and scanner mechanisms.

Size-wise the 5613 is about the same size as other desktop multifunctions. It has an automatic document feeder on the top which can hold around 50 pages. Lift the lid and you can see the glass or ‘platen’ for the copier.

The control panel is pretty straightforward. Most of the buttons are for the fax, so if you only have the copier version the panel should be small indeed. There is a small grey LCD screen that shows you what’s going on, how many copies, size and all the other bits of information. For the fax side, there is a full telephone keypad on the right and buttons for redial, phone book and all the other standard functions.

Copy quality is good at 600 dpi. It can make 13 copies per minute and they all come out the same quality. Text is best, but the copier can easily handle images and photos too. We produce a lot of graphs, which means a lot of shading and a lot of straight lines. The Lanier copier handles them all with ease.

The fax we have is a Super G3, which is the quickest as far as I know. It can send a standard sized page in about 3 seconds, and has enough memory for hundreds of incoming faxes. There is also a built-in hard drive which can handle secure faxes, or copying to or from a file. We don’t use it often, but it flies when we need it to.

The Lanier 5613 is a good piece of office equipment. It isn’t the typical setup but don’t hold that against it. What it does, it does well and hasn’t let us down in the two years I have been working here.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Ricoh Aficio MP C2800 MP C3300 configuration page

To print a configuration page from a Ricoh MP C2800 or C3300 with printing capability:

- Press User Tools/Counter
- Select Printer Features
- Select Configuration Page

The config page contains a lot of information about the printer, including page counts, network settings, and installed options.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Copystar CS 5530

The Copystar CS-5530 is a heavyweight laser copier aimed at the business market. Marketed as a high volume copier that can handle up to 225,000 copies per month, which should be enough for almost any environment.

Setup of the CS-5530 is about as quick and easy as it gets as the vendor should install if for you. This is a complex, fully featured machine so won’t really be suitable for users to install. The standard paper supply is handled by a pair of 550 sheet drawers, a 2500 sheet paper deck and a 100 sheet multi-purpose tray.

Copy quality is very good, certainly good enough for commercial use. The 600 dpi print driver produces text that is crisp and black, and at 55 pages per minute is no slouch either. Images and graphics are just as well rendered, with nice details on photographs, good filling on graphs and accurate representations of photographs.

Present are all the standard features a copier should have, like resizing options, multiple copies as well as the functions to change the tone and brightness of the output. There is a simple control panel with buttons for each function and a large touch screen LCD which makes managing the machine as easy as can be. Copying single or multiple documents is simple with either the platen or automatic document feeder. We ran almost 3000 pages through the feeder and it didn’t jam once.

Replacement toner is will set you back around $50. Seeing as it will last a good 30,000 pages, that isn’t bad. So that kind of toner life, coupled with the large paper handling capacity means there isn’t much you need to do to keep the CS-5530 running.

The option to add networking, a variety of paper finishers, another multifunction tray, hard drive, barcode reader and scanner, network scanning and extra memory, this is truly an extensible device. With options like these, even if the business changes, the copier can change with you.

The CS-5530 is a solid copier that will serve you well, whatever you throw at it. Built to perform and built to last, this copier is a great investment for the busy office. Good quality, fast copying with intelligent design and longevity in mind.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Ricoh Aficio SP C430DN SP C431DN configuration page

To print a configuration page from a C430DN or C431DN:

- Press the Menu button
- Scroll down to "List/Test Print"
- Press the OK button
- Scroll down to "Config. Page"
- Press OK

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Brother MFC 7225N

For businesses who want to have a machine that provides excellent quality printouts, scans and offers great faxing, the Brother MFC-7225N has everything they want. This is a laser machine offering a compact range of features for home and office use. This 5 in 1 compact product offers reliability, speed and affordability, plus a range of functions that can satisfy the demands of the most demanding user.

Although this machine is monochrome, the quality it provides is unparalleled by most other products of the same price point. It is a popular product with users who have little space to accommodate separate machines for printing, faxing, scanning and copying. Being affordable, you can get this multifunction device and put it in a corner somewhere and leave it to work.

Besides being a multi functional machine for domestic, commercial or office purposes, the Brother MFC-7225N is Energy Star compliant and certified for windows vista software. The certification rates this product environmentally friendly and means that it complies with strict guidelines about power use when on standby and doesn’t use excessive amounts of power when working.

With such a huge range of positives attached to it, it’s hard to fault. It is a bit noisy, but nothing outrageous. The print quality is good enough for most uses, and is quick enough for even the most time-starved office.

Print quality is good, especially with text. The edges appear clean and crisp with good filling. Scans are the same as it uses the same print driver. Images took a little longer to process but came out acceptably. Certainly good enough for general office use anyway.

With minimal usage of toner, Energy Star compliance, low purchase price the average cost of running the printer is far below that of its competitors. The Brother MFC-7225N is the perfect machine for you as it offers reliability, affordability and efficiency all through a single chassis. Multifunctions are becoming more popular as the quality of the output improves. Industry leaders like Brother are partly responsible for this, and with products like this hitting the market it’s no surprise.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Brother MFC 7225N page count

To see the page count for a Brother MFC-7225N:

- Press the Menu/Set button
- Press 6 for Machine Info.
- Press 2 for Page Counter

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Pitney Bowes IM 3510

The Pitney Bowes IM3510 is an attractive prospect for the mid-sized business, with a good set of features that covers most bases. Priced to compete in a competitive market, it does perform well, and is worth the investment.

While there are many mono laser multifunction’s on the market, they don’t come as well specified as the IM3510. Not every business has the need for full-color printing, so this is an excellent alternative. It can handle printing, scanning, copying and faxing, and performs them all with ease.

There are three ways of connecting the device, USB, Ethernet and parallel. The USB option is the easiest to set up, but offers slower transfer speeds than Ethernet. Networking the printer was simple, with it appearing on the network soon after switching it on.

The control panel is well designed and simple to operate. There are large buttons that allow you to select copy, scan and fax and the bright gray LCD shows you what you’re doing, and what’s going on.

The output quality is good, with documents coming out at 45 pages per minute at up to 1200 dpi. The text was excellent on all our tests with crisp edges and no jagged edges. Grayscale was evenly spread and images was very good overall. Scans were of a good quality, but the software is a little thin on options. It has everything you need to get started but none of the value-add options of some of the other manufacturers.

The fax is standard, offering good print quality matched with a decent turn of speed. There is the usual speed-dials, memory functions, fax broadcast, fax from desktop and secure faxing features, as well as a full dialing keypad on the control panel.

Paper is held in a couple of 250 sheet capacity drawers at the front, with the option of adding more. Toner can be changed quickly with only a panel to remove. Replacement cartridges can produce 25,000 pages, which is excellent considering they can be had for less than $50.

For mid-sized workgroups who need a multifunction device will do well to consider the IM3510. It’s stuffed full of features and produces documents of a standard suitable for almost any situation. The consumables are available and affordable enough to make the cost of owning one economical enough to be attractive to many organizations.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Canon ImageRunner 2800

This four-in-one machine is ideal for home use as well as small and large offices. This printer, copier, fax machine and scanner offers a decent set of features at the best quality for the price.

The Canon Image Runner 2800 provides black and white printing and its maximum speed is 28 pages per minute. Its copier offers a copy ratio from 255 to 8005. Its best resolution is 1200 dpi which is favorable for both office and home uses. Its first copy time is only 5.8 seconds from cold, and it has a maximum sheet capacity of 50 sheets which isn’t a lot but it also contains an automatic document feeder which covers up this shortcoming.

Its maximum media size is up to 4 x 17 in. Its fax transmission speed is as fast as 3 second/ page at a speed of 33.3k. It even has duplex printing options while its monthly duty cycle goes up to 100,000 pages, which is more than enough for most business needs.

This multifunctional machine is easy to carry as it does not have a huge weight. It is also favorable because of its limited size as it does not require a large space to put it in. The drum unit and the toner are both included inside this machine therefore no extra space is required to put them and there are not internal complications due to their placement.

The machine is easy to use and easily set up. The set up only requires the installing of the cartridges which is clearly shown in the manuals. The setting up of its connection with a PC is as simple as a few clicks on the mouse and this job hardly takes a few minutes. It is also simple to use as it does not have any complicated buttons and procedures to get it going. All the buttons are clearly labeled and therefore can be easily understood for their functions.

Even though this multi functional machine carries an extended number of functions, it still is not noisier than the other machines of the same type. It is completely silent when in standby mode and when in use, it only creates a slight noise, which is not disturbing. It hardly ever is jammed during its use and it rarely malfunctions if used properly.

All-in-all, this is an ideal machine for the small office. Its features might be a little too much for a home office, but it’s small enough to fit if you wanted one.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Ricoh Aficio 550 650 configuration page

To print a configuration page from a Ricoh 550 or 650 with printing capability:

- Press the User Tools/Counter button
- Select Printer Features
- Select the List Print tab
- Select Configuration

Monday, October 14, 2013

HP LaserJet P2015 supplies status page

On the LaserJet P2015, the supplies status page prints out along with the configuration page (and network configuration page, if the printer is networked).  To print these pages, hold down the Go button (the green button on top of the printer) for about five seconds, then let it go.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

2009 KIA Forte manual and maintenance Guide

KIA Forte is a compact car manufactured from mid-2008, replaces the KIA Cerato series. KIA Forte series is not available in Europe, its available in two-door coupe, a four-door sedan, 5-door hatchback Variant. KIA Forte comes with 5 different types of engines, such as: 1.6 l gamma I4 (petrol), 1.6 l gamma I4 (LPG hybrid), 1.6 L CRDi VGT I4 (t/c diesel), 2.0 l Theta II I4 (petrol), 2.4 l Theta II I4 (petrol). 2009 KIA Forte guide provides information on the management and maintenance of the KIA Forte as well as several tracks and tips at availaing features and controls inside the Forte.

Table of content:

-Your vehicle at a glance
-The security characteristics of the vehicle
-The function of your vehicle
-Driving a vehicle
-What to do in case of emergency
-Specification: information for consumers

Download the pdf User Manual:
http://www.Kia. CA/Content/Owners/OwnersManual/MY10_Forte_EN.PDF


Saturday, October 12, 2013

Ricoh Aficio MP C2051 MP C2551 page count

To see the color and black & white page counts for a C2051 or C2551:

- Press the User Tools/Counter button.
- Touch Counter on the screen.

If you want a hardcopy of the page counts, touch Print and then press the Start button.

This method of viewing the page count only shows the separate color and black & white totals; it does not list the copiers total page count.  To see the total page count, you can print out a configuration page.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Dell 2130cn

The Dell 2130cn is a high quality colored laser printer with quite an affordable price. It is black in color, is square in shape and has a little depression at the top where there is a paper-out tray. It also has an LCD display and buttons in the front to control the menu and cancel a print job when required.
The Dell 2130cn consists of a number of features which increases its value. Its text printing quality is commendable and graphic printing also gives good results. The quality of colored photos are not as good when compared to an inkjet printer but that is the case with all laser printers so reviews about the photos are still ranked highly.

It is user friendly and prints at a fast rate of 16 colored pages per minute and 20 black pages per minute. This speed is actually pretty good as compared to other colored laser printers in the same price range. It can fit up to 250 pages in the input tray and 150 pages in the output tray. It may not be perfect but it’s certainly a great product for its price. Along with the printer two kinds of ports are provided - Ethernet and USB and through the USB adapter it can also be connected to a wireless network.

It has a very simplified networking system which will enable users easy printer sharing options. The design and shape of the printer is not made just to impress the users but it actually offers good features and is said to be best for use in a small business or amongst a few people.

In order to help the user to manage supplies dell 2130cn provides an integrated Dell toner management system. Dell is perhaps the first producer of such colored printers which lets you print in black when the colored cartridge gets empty. You can generally purchase the Dell replacement toner online as the most efficient way of ordering it. This printer is installed with such technology that while printing it uses the least possible energy hence it is both environmentally friendly and it conserves your resources. Another important feature is the Emulsion Aggregation Technology which arranges the pixels closer to each other giving a more precise image.

The Dell 2130cn is guaranteed to be reliable. It gives a look to your professional documents and has upgrading options which make them even more presentable.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Brother MFC 7220

Space is often precious when working from home or in a small office. That’s why multifunction devices are so popular. You can get the features of four different office machines into one reasonably sized chassis, saving space, money, power and time.

The Brother MFC-7220 is one such device, it is a monochrome printer, copier, scanner and fax all in one. It is ideal for the sole trader, small office or workgroup and performs admirably in all situations.

The printing function is one of quality. It can produce prints up to a resolution of 1200 x 600 dpi at a rate of 20 pages per minute. The first page is delivered within 10 seconds of pressing print too, which is impressive. The print quality is excellent, with text showing as sharp, with crisp, clean edges and good fill. Images are accurate and clear, with the shading even and without any obvious bleeding.

Scanning can be done at a native 200 x 400 dpi, with interpolated taking it up to 1200 x 1200 dpi. There is an inbuilt document viewer, to enable you to check and edit before scanning and the software package includes tools to scan straight to document, pdf or email.

Copying reproduction is as accurate as printing and at the same speed. There are also the usual resizing, sorting and stacking functions, and it can copy up to 99 duplicates at a time.

The fax is fully featured, producing clear faxes each time. There is a 20 page document feeder on the top and enough memory to store up to 500 pages of transmissions if you run out of paper. There is also the function to send faxes to and from the desktop if the MFC-7220 is networked.

The starter toner is good for 1500 pages, and replacements will go to 2500. A new drum will cost around $58 but will easily last for 20000 pages or more. Seeing as this is aimed at the lower volume user, running costs should be minimal, even for a laser printer. All consumables are readily available from online retailers like who offer much better prices than the manufacturer.

As a multifunction device, the MFC-7220 is a winner. It delivers on every level, is cheap to own and run, with a reasonable cost per page. It doesn’t take up too much office real estate and is pretty quiet when working. This is one device that a home worker would find easy to live with.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Bizhub C360 C280 C220 Security Option

Konica Minolta has introduced a new functionality to it C360/ C280/ C220 series color machines. With this option installed any unwanted document can be prohibited from printing or copying. A special kit can be installed to enable this security option. There are two types of restrictions you may use:
Copy guard:
This function prints a document and embeds a Copy Guard pattern in a copy. You may print a preset stamp such as Confidential, Prohibited etc. But first you need to scan and save the protected document in the machine memory. In case an attempt is made to copy the protected documents, machine compares the pattern with the saved data and discards the currently running job.
Password Copy:
This function is similar to copy guard except that it prints a document and embeds a password for Password Copy.  If an attempt is made to copy password-copied documents, the machine that supports this function scans a Password Copy pattern and prompts you to enter the password. When the correct password is entered, copying will begin. If a wrong password in entered, the current job will be deleted. This function is able to prevent unauthorized copying of documents, such as read-only documents. If multiple originals with different passwords are scanned, you will need to enter a password for each original.
Konica Minolta is providing the optional security Kit SC-507 to implement Password Copy and Copy Guard.


Tuesday, October 8, 2013

HP LaserJet 2420 configuration page

HP LaserJet 2420 configuration page
To print a configuration page from a LaserJet 2420:

- Press the Select button (the green button with the check mark on it).
- Press the down arrow button once.  "INFORMATION" will be displayed on the screen.
- Press Select.
- Press the down arrow button one more time.  "PRINT CONFIGURATION" will be displayed.
- Press Select.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Printer copier and fax machine user manual links

Most copier and printer manufacturers make PDF versions of their products user manuals available online, in case yours didnt come with a manual or it got lost somehow.  Below are links to find manuals for different brands of copiers, printers, and fax machines.

- Brother
- Canon
- Dell
- HP
- Konica Minolta
- Kyocera
- Lexmark
- Océ
- Oki
- Okidata
- Panasonic
- Pitney Bowes
- Ricoh
- Samsung
- Sharp
- Source Technologies
- Toshiba
- Xerox

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Brother HL 2270DW User Manual Repair Guide

Brother HL-2270DW User Manual Repair Guide
The following manual provides detailed information regarding product overview, description, specifications, features, as well as user guide, operating instruction, setting, setup, maintenance, and troubleshooting procedures for the Brother HL-2270DW printer series.

This Brother HL-2270DW manual is divided into sections as follow:

Printing Methods
Driver and Software
Control Panel
Routine Maintenance, this include: replacing consumable items and cleaning.
Troubleshooting, this section discuss: identifying your problem, error messages in the status monitor, paper handling, paper jams and how to clear them, improving print quality, solving print problems, network problems, and other problems.
Index download here

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Free Canon PIXMA MP460 Photo All In One Inkjet Printers

Free Canon PIXMA MP460 Photo All-In-One Inkjet Printers
Free Canon PIXMA MP460 Photo All-In-One Inkjet Printers feature : High document: Precision ink nozzles create sopranino determination photos-up to 4800 x 1200 form dpi. Delicately discourse: Atomlike 2-picoliter ninepenny ink droplets display delicately careful photos. Advertizing, then indicant: Before writing, advertisement and superfine line your images using the 1.9" ornament LCD show. Click-Connect-Print: Meet seizure an person with a PictBridge-ready digital camera/DV camcorder, then join and impress! download

Friday, October 4, 2013

Kyocera FS C5030n Review


Finding the best printer for your printing needs can be overwhelming, especially if you have little or no knowledge of manufacturer types and printer options.  Fortunately, Kyocera makes choosing the right color laser printer for your home or office easy with its line of quality printers.  Whether you are an individual heavy-user or a large business needing to print thousands of pages per day, the Kyocera FS-C5030n is one printer that is built with your needs in mind. 


The Kyocera FS-C5030n is built for those who need to print a lot.  How much is a lot, you might ask? Try 100,000 pages per month.  With a maximum duty cycle of one hundred thousand pages per month, you can rest assured that this printer can handle a job of any magnitude.  This is the equivalent of printing about 3,333 pages per day for 30 days straight!  Not only does this printer run circles around the others in terms of durability, but it is also built to be extremely fast.  Other printers differ in the rate of speed at which they can print depending on whether documents are printed in color or in black and white but somehow the FS-C5030n manages to print both types equally fast.  At 24 pages per minute in both color and in black and white, this printer will have you struggling to keep up with it.  Another comforting feature of the FS-C5030n is its standard 2-year warranty.  It is always nice to know that a company stands by its product and a long warranty is a good indication that the product is built to last a long time. 


The Kyocera FS-C5030n is not a perfect printer and does have some faults.  The biggest problem with this printer is that it does not come with standard duplex printing.  What this means is that you are not able to print on both sides of paper but can only print on one side.  Kyocera does offer duplex functionality but it comes as a paid upgrade only.  This is a real disappointment as most environments require and rely on double-sided printing.  This is a real deal-killer and Kyocera should consider offering it by default in the future.  In addition to the lack of default duplex printing, the Kyocera FS-C5030n also has a lower paper capacity than other models.  With a paper capacity of only 500 sheets in its tray, users may find themselves having to restock paper more often than they would like.  

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Brother MFC 8860DN config page

To print a network configuration page from a Brother MFC-8860DN printer:

- Press the Menu button.
- Press 5 for Print Reports.
- Press 6 for Network Config.
- Press Start if prompted.

If youd rather print out a user settings list (which shows general machine settings and status information) instead of the network config page (which shows specific network settings) press 5 for User Settings in step #3 instead of 6.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

HP 5100dtn

The HP 5100dtn is ideal for our situation, it’s quick, simple to maintain and prints decent text all day long. We print drafts of books and educational text so the majority of our demands are text only. There is the occasional image, but they don’t get added to the book until later, and we have a industrial printer for those.

While it’s nothing to look at, the 5100 is a great machine. We have had it for years, and have only ever needed to change toners. Nothing else has gone wrong yet, touch wood, so it was a good purchase.

Physically the printer is unremarkable. It has a 500 sheet paper tray at the bottom, topped by a further 250 sheets, then a 100 sheet multipurpose tray for envelopes and things. The paper outputs at the top and can generally take a 100 or so sheets before spilling onto the floor. It has 32Mb of memory for larger jobs and a decent processor. We tend to print a couple of hundred pages at a time, is this is useful for the print spooler to be able to pre-load the pages for quicker printing.

Running costs are minimal, the only consumable needed in the toner cartridge which have a 10,000 page lifespan on average. It’s an all in one unit so there is no changing fusers or drums. That is the only consumable cost, apart from paper of course.

It prints at around 20-21 pages a minute. We don’t really sit over it with a stopwatch, but that’s roughly what it does. It isn’t the fastest in the world, but while this printer works perfectly well, there’s no reason to spend several hundred dollars for a few more pages per minute or a few more hundred sheets in the paper tray. Especially considering that at 1200 dpi, the print quality is excellent.

Every font we print, at whatever size comes out details, straight, precise and easy to read. When we do print images of any description, they also come out clear and detailed. So as far as quality goes, the HP 5100dtn is spot on.

The dtn in HP 5100dtn is for the duplexer and networking. Both features we use heavily. We all print over the network as there are six of us. We don’t all print at the same time, but it means we don’t have to all go through a single computer. Duplexing saves us a lot of money on paper as we can print double-sided and almost halve the paper bill. That makes a huge difference given the amount of printing we do.

The HP 5100dtn is a great printer. It might not have all the bells and whistles of newer machines, but it’s solid and dependable and hasn’t gone wrong since we got it. The 65,000 page a month duty cycle is even more than we need and quality is second to none.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

How to Reset Waste Ink Counter Canon Pixma MP145

I get from forum but still untried, just sharing for the things requiring reset procedure for Canon Pixma MP145 to reset counter in the Canon Pixma mp145. Following is the procedure to reset waste ink counter Canon Pixma MP145 :
  • Connected Printer to a Power source, Turn off the printer if printer on
  • With the Printer power off, press the Power button while press and hold Stop/Reset button.
  • When the Power led is light, press Stop/Reset button two times while pressing and holding the Power button.
  • When releasing the Power button and the Stop/Reset button (regardless of order), the printer will move into a service mode. (Waiting for menu selection)
  • When the on/off lights in green, press the Stop/Reset button four times to reset wase ink counter. For other specified number pressed function listed in the table below. (Each time the Stop/Reset button is pressed, the LED lights alternately in orange and green, starting with orange).
  • Unplug cable power from a power source.