by nivek on Aug 18, 2009 at 9:34am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/specials/parts/lamps/S314 by moe on Aug 18, 2009 at 11:29am Add comment Please sign in to eriklub (TechnicalUser) 5 Apr 08 09:03 Hi,Xerox's own support web states this:Phaser 860/8200 Printers: Error code 21.07The printer is unable to communicate with a device on the main board. Generated Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:40:11 GMT by s_wx1196 (squid/3.5.20) This Encoder can be tested through diagnostic. get redirected here
If you scrape a printed page vigorously you can remove the ink. M. If you are working in an industry where fine lines and typography are truly critical, this is probably not the printer for you. David Tarnowski · July 7, 2004 - 16:15 EST #15 I have 3 Xerox 8200 printers and two of them print with white stripes.
Compared to color laser, Xerox’s own color laser printer supplies cost about the same as the ink sticks for the Phaser 8200 and the estimated page count is almost identical. I have been using printers with 500 sheet primary paper trays for so long now that it never really crossed my mind that a printer might have a smaller primary tray. Happens with a few pictures in my Power Point presentation, Windows 2000 operating system, others are fine. A lot of ink is wasted during this process and it's pretty critical to leave the printer on at all times to avoid needlessly wasting ink.
On an entirely uncritical note, it can be fun to watch the ink sticks deplete at different rates. The Sale and Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002 (UK) makes the retailer liable for repairs or replacement if the item does not give satisfactory use for up to 6 can not get passed it. It is true that you can improve the output by using better paper, and glossy paper always gives a professional and snazzy look to printouts; but even on glossy paper the
Ir really believe Xerox makes very little on selling these machines, just on inks, mintenance agreements and service. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... It is designed as a business graphics printer for reports and sales graphs--that type of thing.
The first time I ever witnessed this my jaw literally dropped, and I grabbed an employee who is very computer savvy and brought him in to witness. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! These are *very* expensive to replace. I pressed the OK button to Wake it Up.
If you need to replace it the part number is: 650-4144-01 (Y-axis encoder kit, Phaser 850/860/8200)But i'll go for Michael52x's suggestion, check for mechanical faults first. Get More Info If you need high speed output and more industrial strength office printing, you should go with color laser. Jeremy · September 27, 2003 - 10:47 EST #7 I ordered the free sampler set of Media Sciences ink (two of each color and one black) and those sticks are "passing The bulbs have failed so the printer can't complete the warm-up process.Rick John · November 8, 2004 - 14:44 EST #21 Has anyone experienced photos being distorted?
Evan Trent (ATPM Staff) · June 29, 2003 - 21:28 EST #4 I definitely agree with your comments regarding cold starts, etc. It is accurate and the color tones are exceptionally consistent, as advertised. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. http://devstude.net/xerox-phaser/xerox-phaser-8200-error-codes.php Similarly, the output is much less grainy than color laser and there is no mis-registration of colors.
They look different out of the box but I really don't see a visible difference in print quality. I like to think of the 6200 as a better workhorse business printer and the 8200 as a better proofer for when accurate and high-quality graphic output is of utmost concern. I use Photo mode for everything, even though I am probably going through ink more quickly that I would be if I used a lesser quality for printing everyday jobs.
Remove the power cord for at least 30 seconds. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Xerox Phaser 8200 / 860 InnovativeInk SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe33 Loading... During use it’s no louder than average, but I don’t mind noise during a print job. Loading...
I did find on the Xerox site some postscript files that can be sent to the printer to clean it. I print photo proofs to show to clients. M. this page I there a do-it-yourself procedure?
Print a page with large areas of solid colors and it’s instantly apparent why solid ink has its benefits over other technologies, particularly color laser. Check out the DTI website and consider making a small claim online. Xerox® and Xerox and Design® are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Repair shops tell me its the printhead- $1000.I started to use third-party (from Ink Technologies) right after the Xerox ink ran out.
So if the ink you got is more than you use you can just keep it to use later (if you barely print you might end up with a big stash There must be something that I do not know about printin color with this printer. c.j.broadbent · December 3, 2003 - 05:14 EST #8 I'm into my third solid ink Phaser, an 860. Images will be ever so slightly blurred and edges will not be as razor sharp, but for photographic output the results are much more photo-realistic.
No amount of cleaning or JetFix snippets will fix it. Lee Bennett (ATPM Staff) · November 8, 2004 - 16:47 EST #22 John - I've not personally used this printer, but I have to mention that there's the obvious likelihood that Do not expect text quality to be on a par with the very best laser printers on the market. It has over 750,000 pages on it.
After surveying the choices available, I decided that the Xerox Phaser 8200DP best fit my criteria. I actually own a recently purchased IBM infoprint which is actually a Lexmark C510 and have to say to all of you considering replacing these printers that the image quality is For the 850 I do not believe that (it may be true for the 860/8200). closing comment, I have 5 colour lasers in all and this is the cheapest and surprisingly the best...good luck guys.
There are some software options that can be turned on, such as “image smoothing,” which at first I was hesitant to use. anonymous · August 31, 2005 - 16:56 EST #38 Sounds to me like Xerox is covering something up. The printer is expandable and scalable as well. Loading...
Remove the side covers and watch as it warms up to verify lamps are comng on.