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    Not sure/noneAccount codesDuplex copyingFull-bleed printing of 11 x 17Sorter/staplerTransparency interleavingOther


    Care and Maintenance of a Printer

    Care and Maintenance of a Printer

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    A printer is a peripheral which is sometimes essential, available from a fairly low prices and they really do not need a excessive attentions, but some maintenance. Lets see what this maintenance: The materials we need are few, it is not convenient (or in many cases as possible) remove too. ‘re going to need the following materials: – A brush or flat brush about 3cm. – A pair of cotton rags. – A little alcohol (the better the cleaning alcohol or burning.) – A little graphite based grease (can be found in electronics stores.) – We recommend a can of compressed air. Overall, and as anything , we must ensure that it is clean of dust and others. This is easy, since that would only need a brush, a rag and a little time and patience. If too much dirt that has built up we can use some alcohol (always on the cloth, not directly, and always after removing all dust), drying always very good. In cases of extreme dirt and grease (for eg restaurant kitchen printers), we can clean the outside of it with some degreaser (I repeat, ALWAYS apply this on the cloth, NEVER directly on the printer), then passing a damp cloth to finish drying very well. This can damage some plastic parts (loss of gloss and print logos loss), but trying to remove the grease, it will always be more damaging. We must avoid these extremes, since the accumulation of such debris can cause serious damage. Regarding maintenance a little older Copier Repair, we’ll see what should be this, depending on the printer type: Dot matrix printers: This type of printers because they are not used in the house, as they have many disadvantages in relation to an inkjet printer, but it is still used in offices, as it is the only type of printer that lets you print on copy paper, whether continuous or leaflets. Besides what has been stated, in these printers is very convenient occasionally applying pressurized air through the area of the carriage as the paper web (which is most often used in such printers ) tends to leave a lot of waste, which must be eliminated.

    Additionally, these printers are very similar to roller typewriters, which usually accumulates ink with the passage of time, either because this through the paper or by impressions on the car with no paper. Also usually satinar”” with the friction of the paper, which causes it to lose adhesion. This roller should also be cleaned from time to time. We will use alcohol without additives (not to be used or a glass cleaner or colonies). With this alcohol soaked cloth in an energetic and clean the roller, drying after very well. should also drive the cars clean, either with a brush or using compressed air. If you look around you will see that the print head moves on a metallic guide. We must ensure that this guide does not dry, so we can occasionally apply some graphite based grease (EYE, we should never apply oils or Vaseline, as these tend to dry). This grease should be applied ONLY if we find that this guide is very dry, to the point of preventing head smooth scrolling. Regarding the printer itself tape, these tapes are usually spend enough, they usually break down and give off a lot of dirt (especially those that are made ??with cotton fabric) and also dry quite with the simple passage of time, we must monitor them and change them often enough. They are pretty cheap, but the number of prints with some very limited quality inkjet printers: These types of printers are by far the most used in domestic use. Except in child care are not usually printers that need special maintenance if used regularly. problems with these printers come when only print from time to time (such printers are spoiled by the lack of use by using them) because the injectors are extremely thin and the ink tends to dry in them (somewhat less original inks, pretty much the generic and the recharge). To avoid this there is a quite simple method that I usually recommend, and that is to get a template (which can be in any word processor or Paint ) that has the basic colors, namely black, blue, red, green and yellow. If we do not use the printer at least once a week we print this pattern. All printers tend to have maintenance tools among which is a so-called Head Cleaning . This tool is quite effective when printing is not as good as it should, and actually involves applying ink with a pressure higher than normally used. This we can clean injectors somewhat blocked, but the ink costs for doing so is quite high, so we should avoid abusing this system. There are several ways to incorporate the injectors. In some cases these are in the print cartridge itself (often the case of HP, Lexmark and any brand). In other heads are in the same printhead, but is a separate part that can be replaced easily (in the case of many printers Canon) and other heads are in the printer itself, in the head, but these can not be changed (they have to change in the service), such as some models of Epson and HP Photo type and other brands. For cartridges that incorporate the head, but are more expensive , premiered heads every time you change the cartridge, so that the maintenance of these is nonexistent. In the case of replaceable heads, these should be changed from time to time for a good performance.

    Respective brands using this system indicate how often you should replace these heads. For printers that the user can not replace the heads we have seen a form of maintenance for these. are on the market like a cartridge the ink, but contain a special product for cleaning the heads. These cartridges are usually not too expensive it is a good remedy for head very dirty or clogged, something we can try before taking it to service. cartridge head cleaning to Epson brand G & G – Approx . Overall I always advise using inks. Actually they are more expensive than generic or recycled, but rather extend the life of your printer and the print quality is superior. If we look, we see that the print head moves on a metal rod. We must prevent debris from collecting in it, and above all, to dry out. Although it takes a while to dry out if you use the printer often, leaving it also can dry and even rust. We can clean this rod with a dry cloth and then apply some graphite based grease (never Vaseline). This grease must be applied only if we see that this rod is very dry to the point of preventing smooth movement of the head. tape must also monitor the displacement of the head (a fine toothed belt). As we see it starts to deteriorate we take to change as breakage can cause more serious problems. In the picture we see both the head moving tape as the guide rod. Anyway, we monitor and clean any stain Ink you see on the drive mechanism and / or subject of the paper or the head. Whether it is a high-end printer Thus in terms of profitable carry every so often (two or three years) to qualified service to make you a review and internal cleansing. Not usually an expensive operation and we will keep the printer in order for another two or three years. In the paper input tray tends to accumulate enough dirt, so it is advisable to clean this tray with a brush or better, with a little air. Printers Laser Laser printers usually require less maintenance than other types of printers, but this is often more difficult to perform, so it is preferable to carry serious failures for service.

    All Printers to be cleaned off, but in the case of the laser must not only ensure that they are off, but disconnected from the mains. Given the wide variety of types of laser printers is in terms of how the toner placement and DUM unit, we will limit ourselves to indicate that we should keep as clean as possible the paper input tray and other surfaces. many toner have a cleaning lever. It’s good to use it occasionally. For the rest of the components in this type of printer I always recommend going to the official service for cleaning (depending on usage, it may be every two or three years). Summary: The printers do not require special care, but we can leave them thinking that they will always be there, because in that case you will most likely fail us just when we need them. Generally, we avoid going to Copier Repair have to use for cleaning anything other than a soft dry cloth and a brush pressurized air or better as any product we use can damage them (as you have seen, simply stated that we should use any product in cases of dirt and embedded). NEVER should apply any cleaning product or spray oils, as these other which can seriously damage your printer. ONLY based greases must apply graphite rods guide if these are parched, preventing smooth movement of the print head, and always in very small quantities. After applying this, we must remove any grease that accumulates at the ends of the rod. cartridges generic (and especially recharged) are much cheaper, but also retain our printer worst, and rarely offer the same print quality.

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