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Old 08-21-2009, 01:48 PM   #9
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kt: Don’t think so — the printer window says it is printing, but it just sits there, saying Ready.
Ahhh...it's taking a nap...'-}}

It sounds like it's no longer aware of the link to your system--as though the power to the printer is on but the link to your computer system isn't there. How is it connected to your computer system? I wonder if there is some sort of timeout mechanism on that end (the computer end) rather than in the printer itself--you know what I mean?


>>Guess I could find the docs and see if it has a sleep mode, but don’t think so.

With my Epson 4000, it will go into a "dormant" state after 5-10 minutes or so of non-use but as soon as i sent a print job to it, it starts right up--I can tell when it goes dormant because the light on the printers' LCD panel goes dark.


>>I hate printer problems.

Me too!

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