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it286r2_wk6_appendix_d

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Axia College Material Appendix D Troubleshooting Computer Hardware In this worksheet, you must identify solutions to four separate computer printer problems. For each solution, you must prepare an answer of at least 150 -words within the Answer boxes. Part One: Wireless Printing Problem The computer will not connect to the printer wirelessly. Details Julie has just purchased a Canon Pixma iP6220D inkjet...

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College Axia Material Appendix D Troubleshooting Computer Hardware In this worksheet, you must identify solutions to four separate computer printer problems. For each solution, you must prepare an answer of at least 150 -words within the Answer boxes. Part One: Wireless Printing Problem The computer will not connect to the printer wirelessly. Details Julie has just purchased a Canon Pixma iP6220D inkjet printer for her house. She connected it to her laptop computer using her USB cable and it works fine; however, Julie regularly uses her laptop in different locations throughout the house, so using a USB cable for printing is not an option. She tried sending a document to the printer wirelessly, but it did not work. Questions 1) What type of wireless technology does the printer use? What optional part(s) do you need for the printer to make it work wirelessly? 2) Julies notebook does not support Bluetooth. Suggest a device that she can purchase that will use a USB port and allow her to connect to her printer wirelessly. Hint: Use the Web to find answers and solutions to these questions. Answer IT286 After a brief review of both the Manufactures website as well as reading reviews on Cnet this printer appears to have no networking capabilities, other than the traditional USB cable connection. The easiest way to get the printer up and running would be through the use of a wireless print server. Pretty much every major modem or router company makes one. For Julie I would recommend the Linksys Wireless-G Print Server With Multifunction Printer Support WPSM54G Print server. This would be a quick and economical way to fix the problem if Julie already has a wireless network in place. Since she has the freedom to roam her house and use her laptop in different places I would assume that she has the proper modem/router setup that would be typical with DSL or Cable internet users at the home level. The device can be obtained online for under sixty dollars which makes this cheaper and less of a hassle than replacing the existing printer with one that has the proper wireless technology built in. Part Two: Cleaning an HP LaserJet Printer Problem Printouts from a Hewlett-Packard (HP) LaserJet printer are faded and show smeared toner. Details Users are complaining that the office HP LaserJet V printer is showing signs of wear. Printouts are faded and sometimes show specks, lines, and smeared toner. You replace the toner cartridge, but the problem still persists. Question What do you think is causing the toner to appear smeared and faded on the printouts? How would you solve this problem? IT286 Answer The most likely culprit in this case would be the fuser module. It is common for people or businesses that do a large amount of printing to have to change the fuser in their laser jet printers on the average of every six to eight months. I used to run a corporate owned RadioShack, and we printed all of our tags on a similar printer to the one in the scenario. Since this printer was used daily to print sales signs, tags, and handouts as well as business documents it seemed to need replacement of the fuser often for the same problem. Another thing that I would check is the CG stoppers, or also referred to as print cartridge stoppers. According to hp.com, if these stoppers are missing, broken, or worn out it could cause smudges on the pages being printed. This is something that could be easily overlooked in a support scenario. Part Three: Printer Maintenance Kit Problem LaserJet printouts are faded and show smeared toner. Symptom You finished cleaning your HP LaserJet V printer, but the toner is appearing smudged and faded on your printouts. You decide to address the problem by using a LaserJet Maintenance Kit. Questions 1) At what page count does HP suggest you install a maintenance kit? 2) What is the part number of the maintenance kit you would need, and how much does it cost? 3) List the parts of the maintenance kit and the steps required to install to them. Answers IT286 According hp.com it is recommended to perform the service kit every 200,000 sheets of use on the printer. This is when the manufacturer has stated that the printer should have received a sufficient amount of wear and tear to warrant the use of the maintenance kit. After a quick search on Google I found the maintenance kit rather easily. The direct part number for an OEM replacement from HP.com is C4118-67909. After further searching the HP store on their site I could not find this part # to be available; however another quick Google search and I was fixed up and had found the part at the lowest price of $204 which includes the shipping. The website Google shopping retrieved was Calhoun Technologies. A list of the parts included from the website shows that this maintenance kit contains the following replacement items: Fuser assembly Transfer roller Feed rollers Necessary instructions The installation of the maintenance kit is fairly simple. It is just swapping out the old Parts for the new ones. Just open the top cover of the printer and remove the toner and image drum assemblies. Then replace the rollers and the fuser. I would also recommend a thorough cleaning since the unit is open. All of the parts listed will most likely come with recycle bags for storage. This is a good thing to keep for the next time the printer requires maintenance kit installation since There is actually some trade in value for the old parts at certain online retailers. IT286 Part Four: Clearing Paper Jams Problem The printer stops printing, and paper fails to leave the printer. Details You hear a crumpling noise coming from inside your HP LaserJet V printer. On the LaserJet message panel, an error message reads Paper Jam. Question Search the HP Web site for instructions on clearing a paper jam. List the necessary steps in the Answer box. Include a brief description of all the components with which you must interact during the clearing process. Answer IT286 The first logical step would be the removal of any un jammed paper. There are multiple trays in the printer, so removing these is the first step. In most cases the next step would be to open the top cover of the printer. This is usually where the paper jam will reveal itself. If there is no evidence of a jam upon first removing the cover the problem could lie deeper within the inner workings of the printer. If there is a jam visibly present, then simply give the exposed paper a gentle tug to release it from the rollers. If the problem still is present after trying to gently remove the paper, then it is time to unplug the printer and pull more agressivly. Without power the rollers should release and allow the paper to be removed. Be careful not to pull too hard as this could cause damage to other areas of the printer. After removing the jam it is a good Idea to clean the rollers and inspect the paper path for any remaining debris. It is also wise to reseat the print heads while the unit is opened. References Scenario 1: http://www.google.com/products/catalog? hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&q=wireless+print+server&cp=15&qe=d2lyZWxlc3MgcH JpbnQg&qesig=XLugkSW3Drir2jyNUEbLTg&pkc=AFgZ2tkmcuq- IT286 cGYaPOjTbXSIaflKBlyre0OGn0Lutq_J1K9wIEOL7vosvQ5L7f4kbjI9DYZhhhD7upVN gkMTOxQ9lC7dsvwug&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&biw=1190&bih=636&wrapid=tljp1307249892 619020&um=1&ie=UTF8&tbm=shop&cid=690043856788226701&sa=X&ei=7gzrTdf_GYPpgQf2yeXhCQ&sqi =2&ved=0CGUQ8wIwAA# Scenario 2: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=bpl11858 Scenario 3: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp? lang=en&cc=us&objectID=bpl07003&prodTypeId=18972&prodSeriesId=25475 http://www.calhountech.com/products/HP/NEW/C4118-67909-N.html Scenario 4: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document? docname=c02209786&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN IT286

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