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technine
06-15-2015, 09:41 PM
Do we have any websites where i can search c codes?

fixthecopier
06-16-2015, 02:01 AM
Not being a smart ass, but if I get a call for a code I don't know, GOOGLE delivers most of the time. And there are some sites that just list codes. Any code in particular?

technine
06-16-2015, 04:07 AM
thanks for you reply but i found this awesome website:

Search Error Codes (http://www.searcherrorcodes.com)

amazing!

blackcat4866
06-17-2015, 02:18 AM
Have you ever heard of a Service Manual? It gives very detailed explanations, and even possible fixes. =^..^=

nmfaxman
06-17-2015, 03:08 AM
Try the search function on this site.
Not only an answer for what the code is, but possible solutions that have come from people around the world.
No matter what it is, someone has run into it before and solved it.

chinxxx
06-17-2015, 04:39 AM
Thanks, in advance, for any info.:p
Very interesting. thanks for sharing.












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technine
06-18-2015, 09:30 PM
Have you ever heard of a Service Manual? It gives very detailed explanations, and even possible fixes. =^..^=


Most technicians dont walk around with all the service manuals, plus it takes to much time to open the manual and look through it.

I was just pointing out that Search Error Codes (http://www.searcherrorcodes.com) allows you to search the code and get an answer right away. The website is also very mobile friendly and it has all the major manufacturers.

blackcat4866
06-19-2015, 01:06 AM
Many competent technicians do carry most manuals, and take the time to look up codes on their PC. The others call the first group. =^..^=

nmfaxman
06-19-2015, 02:48 AM
I keep manuals on a thumb drive with all the drivers and cheat sheets.
Asking about a quick site for research is just lazy.
You are on the best site in the world for codes, fixes and overall information.
Most times I GOOGLE a code, I get a hit from this site with not just what the code is, but a solution.
Go to forum for that brand of machine and do the research.
Takes a few more minutes, but well worth the time.
Other than that RTFB!

technine
06-19-2015, 03:43 AM
I keep manuals on a thumb drive with all the drivers and cheat sheets.
Asking about a quick site for research is just lazy.
You are on the best site in the world for codes, fixes and overall information.
Most times I GOOGLE a code, I get a hit from this site with not just what the code is, but a solution.
Go to forum for that brand of machine and do the research.
Takes a few more minutes, but well worth the time.
Other than that RTFB!

what do you guys think of Search Error Codes (http://www.searcherrorcodes.com) ?

shamnad abdullah
06-19-2015, 07:59 AM
mostly copytechnet has some threads of the code that i searched for.i suggesting you one website,i thing it works better PrintCopy: Service parts repair manuals for printers, copiers, fax. (http://printcopy.info/)
thank u

fixthecopier
06-19-2015, 12:46 PM
what do you guys think of Search Error Codes (http://www.searcherrorcodes.com) ?



I think it is a site for people who are not techs. I took a quick glance at the HP. The trouble shooting for every issue said to remove the surge protector if there is one.

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