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Closing The Printer Cover
When you have finished installing an Option, follow these steps.
1Close the metal plate and tighten
all the screws.
2Set the bottom of the cover onto
the printer. Make sure the bottom
tabs on the cover fit into the
corresponding slots in the printer.
Rotate the cover up towards the
printer. Slide the cover toward the
front of the printer until it clicks
3Gently tighten all the screws.
4Reconnect any interface cables and the power cord.
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Connector If the printer cover is opened,
you can see the printer control board as below.Printer Memory
Understanding the Printer Control Board
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2Remove two screws and remove the metal plate in the direction
of the arrow.
CN 4: This slot recognizes only half of 8MB,
32MB and 128MB SIMMs if they are installed.
The printer memory option increases the printer’s
dynamic random access memory (DRAM).
Your printer was shipped with 16MB of standard printer Memory.
You can install two printer memory options in your printer. Printer memory upgrade
options available are 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 and 128MB.
Notes:Your machine recognizes only half of 8MB, 32MB and 128MB SIMMs
if installed in the slot CN 4.
DRAM SIMM Features for Upgrade
- Speed(Access Time): 50nS
- Refresh Time: 1K(1024 cycles/16 ms) / 2K(2048 cycles/32 ms)
- The Method of refresh is CAS-befor-RAS refresh
- Mode: EDO Type
- Single +5V +/-10% power supply
- The SDRAM does not support
1Before you install the printer memory option, follow steps under
‘Preparations’ on page F.2.
Notes:The printer memory option is easily damaged by static electricity.
Touch something metal before you touch the memory option
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4Hold the memory option with the
connection points pointing toward
the connector and position the
notch as shown. Insert the
memory option all the way into
the connector at a 30
angle, and rotate it left until it
snaps into place.
5Make sure both metal clips on the
connector are fastened, and the
two pins on each of the
connectors are pushed through
the holes on the memory option.
6Continue with ‘Closing the Printer
Cover’ on page F.3.
7Set the printer memory item on
the printer tab of the properties
dialogue box to the value of the
added printer memory.
3Unpack the memory option.
Notes: Avoid touching the connection
points along the edge.
Save the packaging.
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1Push the metal clips at each end
of the connector away from
2Rotate the memory option right
to a 30Oangle and gently pull it
out of the connector as shown.
Complete the following steps if you need to remove a printer memory
option before you install a new one.
Notes:If you did not save the packaging, wrap the memory option in
paper and store it in a box.
3Place the printer memory option in its original packaging.
Removing the Printer Memory Option