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How do I ding the IP address for the scanner on a
I think you might mean how do you ping the IP address of the copier? Please confirm.
If so, do you know of the IP address already? If so, go to Start > Run (or in Windows Vista just type:) > type in CMD, and press OK (or in Windows Vista press enter).
A black windows will appear.
Type in ping 192.168.1.1 (or whatever the IP address is).
If you are unsure of its IP address, let me know, and also what Windows you are running.
on Jul 11, 2009
We have a brand new
I believe this issue comes from different color settings used on different computers and different versions of windows.
the solution would be to have the computers all use the same color management settings.
Its not a fault on the printer, it comes down to setting differences. If you prefer a document one way you should print it from the computer where it prints the one you want.
or compare the color management settings under both computers in the printers properties (start -> control panel -> printers -> right click printer properties)
on May 16, 2009
this problem will only occur if the main charge is not working.
it will almost certainly be the whole main charge assembly but maybe the high voltage transformer (but that would be very uncommon)
please rate if this fixes your problem
on Apr 23, 2009
H4 means the heat rollers aren't functioning. It could be thermistor replacement. You can get fuser parts at precission roller.com if you want to fix it yourself.
on Mar 04, 2009
Troubleshooting a Copystar CG1505 with
C710 Toner sensor problem
• The sensor output voltage is outside
the range of 0.5 to 4.5 V during toner control.
• The toner sensor control voltage cannot be set within the setting range when maintenance item U130 is run.
Try removing and refitting drum and toner.
If that doesn't help the toner cartridge or sensor is damaged.
Please take a moment to accept and rate this solution accordingly.
on Sep 26, 2008
DOES A JOURNAL INCLUDE AN INTRODUCTION?
Given a journal is a record of events as they happen in chronological order, usually a personal record, your journal can have an introduction, a prologue or an epilogue or whatever you want.
If you want it to be a comprehensive record you can include "asides" or explanatory notes that make things clear to subsequent readers. These can be in the form of footnotes on each page, at the end of each time period or in the form of an appendix at the end of each journal.
on Dec 09, 2019
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