The fuser adheres toner-powder to the paper using heat and pressure. Double clicking “go” will give another flashing light pattern that translates into a code so “38” means memory full. Average power in Standby with Power Saver on is 8 Watts. This should help cut costs and the environmental impact of printing. Simple buttons and lights. Lamps also act as codes for information and faults or service errors – see the user manual for basic information and the service manual for details.
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Lexmark E Lexmark E – an affordable monochrome laser printer in a space saving format.
Average Power while printing is Watts Dimensions: Lexmark also sell return program toner cartridges which should further cut the costs for this model.
We also use Google Analytics to track site usage patterns. Individual rollers don’t seem to be available – just the rod with the rollers on it. Average power in Standby with Power Saver on is 8 Watts.
Lamps also act as codes for information and faults or service errors – see the user manual for basic information and the service manual for details. Engine resolution x dpi, Image Quality.
USB or network cable Service: Fuser error is indicated by Ready and blinking and a secondary code of 2 its in the service manual but not in the user manual. Fusers have a limited life because the non-stick surface becomes exhausted after some time, and the heater element which continually cycles on and off will ultimately fail. Not in the box: Paper jams are commonly a failure to pick up paper.
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Double clicking “go” will give another flashing light pattern that translates into a code so “38” means memory full. Up to 5 Paper Output Capacity Standard: The lamp should come on at intervals of around 15 seconds.
We are researching service options at present. If so remove and inspect the picking assembly rollers and pad. With the return program cartridge Lexmark gives a purchase discount in return for the user’s agreement to return the cartridge for recycling – they provide a label to do so. This should help cut costs and the environmental impact of printing.
User intervention will be needed fairly often, but since the printer is likely to sit on a desk that might not be a problem. Networking is built in on the “N” model but to get extra features or WiFi an external print server is needed. Auto duplex is not available.
There is driver support for 2-sided print and the error and ready lights signal when side-2 of a duplex job is expected. The printer is a bit unusual among small footprint devices because it uses a separate toner and photoconductor. Its a small printer without many options – not expansion memory, selection of trays or output finishers.
A limitation on this printer as a network device is its small input tray with a maximum capacity of just pages.
As usual with Lexmark there are standard and return program cartridges. Yield about 25, pages- XW Fuser: