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Should be plug and play turn computer off turn on and see if it finds the printer, in the printer settings in the computer there is a place to make wireless. If to no avail go on line and see if you can down load drivers for the workforce, on set up it should ask you if you want USB or wireless. See if it will print with a USB from Modem/router to your printer.

The Office... | Answered 10 hours ago

Hi there. There are a serious of steps in order to troubleshoot this type of problem.
First off, have you changed the type of paper recently being used?
Have you checked the paper guides to make sure they are secure and fit to the paper snug without bending the paper?
Have you cleaned the rollers with distilled water?
Have you unplugged the Imagerunner 2520 for 30 seconds without shutting down the printer plugged it back in?
I also did some research on similar canon products. This could be a printer device setting. Here are the steps:
From the Home menu, select "Setup". From there you can select "Device Settings" to access the Plain Paper Feed Settings adjustment.
- You select setting
- Device Settings
- Plain Paper Feed Settings
- Set up on Rear Tray instead of cassette

Also check to see if a test page prints. This could also be a printer driver problem.

Good luck!

The Office... | Answered 10 hours ago

Error Code 2 is often a problem with the Freezer Sensor.
Check to make certain the ice maker is not blocked.
Be certain the freezer is not packed with too many things.

The Office... | Answered 11 hours ago

All available drivers are within the manufacturers web site. If it is not listed for your OS, it is not compatible.

The Office... | Answered 19 hours ago

Not all calculators have a percentage key but applying some good old fashioned arithmetic makes a percentage key unnecessary. Multiplying by 1.2 for instance, would be the same as adding 20% to a total...

The Office... | Answered Yesterday

On my HP (Not an 8620) there was a part on the back of the printer that I had to remove to get to the jammed paper that I couldn't see. I believe it just had two push-in latches. Hope it helps.

The Office... | Answered 3 days ago

First, you have to remove some screws from underneath the sewing machine. There are one or two small Phillips head screws and one or two, possibly three (I am writing this from memory) larger hex head ones. If you have the back cover off, you can see where the motor screws are: you do not need to remove them. then pry or pull of the large knob. You will notice that the hole in the front that the knob came from is oval, it extends downward from the knob shaft: that allows you to slide that part of the front upwards and off. The left side either comes up or moves to the right to release. However!! Are you sure you need to open this? The three dials you then have access to can be difficult to realign if they separate from their linkage, and there is not much that you gain from this maneuver.

The Office... | Answered 3 days ago

That is an odd error message that is not mentioned anywhere. Try this, Open the cover, turn all the lights off. Pull the mains plug, count to 30 and replace it. Wait 5 minutes, close the cover and then turn the lights on.

The Office... | Answered on Mar 21, 2019

A mystery object!

clean under the bottoms with electrical contact cleaner.

Bulbs probably available for this mystery projector.

Google is your friend in such questions

make model replacement bulb

make model replacement remote

See the link

The Office... | Answered on Mar 21, 2019

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