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    Turn off maintenance/PM-indication in the display.

    Hi.

    Is it possible to turn off the popup box that comes up in the display when any maintenance part reaches 100%?

    Thinking of the heating station where it often holds well over the maintenance cycle.
    This is both an aspect of the environment and the economy.
    Do not want to zero the counter for a maintenance unit because then I do not know how far the unit has actually run.

    Tested to set up SIM 21-1 A and B to 999K but I dont think its the right place.


    /Olsson

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    Re: Turn off maintenance/PM-indication in the display.

    Same question

    Especially for the phoenix(2)/griffin(2) machines.

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    Re: Turn off maintenance/PM-indication in the display.

    I have fixed it!


    It is right to set SIM 21-1 A and B to 999K.
    But the PM counter counts downwards, not upwards.


    Even if you set SIM 21-1 A and B to 999K, the PM counter will count down from 150K.
    It is only when you zero the PM counter for a part that it will start counting down from 999K.


    So from today all our brand new SHARP machines will be set to 999K in SIM 21-1 A and B, then zero all PM parts in SIM 24-4.
    However, the question is whether it is good to zero developer in SIM 24-5 ... Must check out so there will be no fault in this.


    On our older machines that are already out at the customer we simply have to set 999K and realize that it is first when we zero the PM parts when replacing the part which they will start counting down from 999K.

    /Olsson

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    Re: Turn off maintenance/PM-indication in the display.

    Quote Originally Posted by Olsson View Post
    I have fixed it!


    It is right to set SIM 21-1 A and B to 999K.
    But the PM counter counts downwards, not upwards.


    Even if you set SIM 21-1 A and B to 999K, the PM counter will count down from 150K.
    It is only when you zero the PM counter for a part that it will start counting down from 999K.


    So from today all our brand new SHARP machines will be set to 999K in SIM 21-1 A and B, then zero all PM parts in SIM 24-4.
    However, the question is whether it is good to zero developer in SIM 24-5 ... Must check out so there will be no fault in this.


    On our older machines that are already out at the customer we simply have to set 999K and realize that it is first when we zero the PM parts when replacing the part which they will start counting down from 999K.

    /Olsson

    SIM 21-1 A B only sets the TA and CA counters...

    So resetting the counters on drums etc istn much use i'm guessing...

    I'd just like the pop-ups to go away, so the client istn bothered with these.

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    Re: Turn off maintenance/PM-indication in the display.

    FYI you can skip doing pms to supposedly save money and sure you dont have to replace dv......BUT your toner life will drop to nothing and you will end up spending what you would have saved on the extra toner. Bottom line do the pm as listed in the book. There are some hidden sims that can confirm the toner life per cartridge and coverage to track the decline.

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