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Formatter, ECU Installation
LJ P3005

The first time the printer is powered up after installing a formatter or ECU board, you should follow the procedure given below, to make sure information is properly copied between the NVRAM chips on the two boards.

  1. Make sure the printer is not connected to a computer or network. Turn the printer on and watch the display. When the memory count begins, press and hold ∇ until all lights flash once and then remain on. This may take up to 10 seconds.
  2. When all lights are on solid, release ∇ and then press and release     .
  3. Press and release the “Menu” button. The display should show “Skip Disk Load.”
  4. Press     until “NVRAM Init” is highlighted.
  5. Press √. The printer will initialize and then continue the power-on sequence. Once it gets to the “Ready” state, allow it to sit for at least five minutes with no activity. Then cycle the power, allow it to reach the “Ready” state again, and again allow it to sit for at least five minutes with no activity.
  6. Now power the printer off, re-connect the computer or network, and power the printer back on normally. The printer should be ready for normal operation.

Note that if the printer is a network version, it must have at least 16 MB of additional memory installed in order for the network connection to function.

Formatter, ECU Installation
LJ P3005

The first time the printer is powered up after installing a formatter or ECU board, you should follow the procedure given below, to make sure information is properly copied between the NVRAM chips on the two boards.

  1. Make sure the printer is not connected to a computer or network. Turn the printer on and watch the display. When the memory count begins, press and hold ∇ until all lights flash once and then remain on. This may take up to 10 seconds.
  2. When all lights are on solid, release ∇ and then press and release     .
  3. Press and release the “Menu” button. The display should show “Skip Disk Load.”
  4. Press     until “NVRAM Init” is highlighted.
  5. Press √. The printer will initialize and then continue the power-on sequence. Once it gets to the “Ready” state, allow it to sit for at least five minutes with no activity. Then cycle the power, allow it to reach the “Ready” state again, and again allow it to sit for at least five minutes with no activity.
  6. Now power the printer off, re-connect the computer or network, and power the printer back on normally. The printer should be ready for normal operation.

Note that if the printer is a network version, it must have at least 16 MB of additional memory installed in order for the network connection to function.

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Formatter, ECU Installation
LJ P3005

The first time the printer is powered up after installing a formatter or ECU board, you should follow the procedure given below, to make sure information is properly copied between the NVRAM chips on the two boards.

  1. Make sure the printer is not connected to a computer or network. Turn the printer on and watch the display. When the memory count begins, press and hold ∇ until all lights flash once and then remain on. This may take up to 10 seconds.
  2. When all lights are on solid, release ∇ and then press and release     .
  3. Press and release the “Menu” button. The display should show “Skip Disk Load.”
  4. Press     until “NVRAM Init” is highlighted.
  5. Press √. The printer will initialize and then continue the power-on sequence. Once it gets to the “Ready” state, allow it to sit for at least five minutes with no activity. Then cycle the power, allow it to reach the “Ready” state again, and again allow it to sit for at least five minutes with no activity.
  6. Now power the printer off, re-connect the computer or network, and power the printer back on normally. The printer should be ready for normal operation.

Note that if the printer is a network version, it must have at least 16 MB of additional memory installed in order for the network connection to function.

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