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User Guide Care and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
The printer is designed to operate with minimal maintenance. It is ad-
visable to clean the inside of the printer from time to time with a vacu-
um cleaner.
Before cleaning, turn off the printer, wait 5 to 10 seconds and
disconnect the power cable.
Do not oil or grease the printer, especially the sliderails and
shafts.
Cleaning the housing Clean the printer housing with mild detergent (use a dishwashing liquid,
if necessary, or a plastic cleaning agent) and a soft lint-free cloth.
Take care not to pour any liquid into the ventilation slots of the
housing.
Do not use abrasive cleaners. Never use solvents or alcohol.
Cleaning the interior Switch the printer off before you start cleaning the interior and remove
the mains plug for your own safety.
Proceed as follows to remove any paper dust that has accumulated in
the printer:
1.
Open the printer and remove the ribbon cassette (see the section
Removing the ribbon cassette, page 35).
2.
Push the print head completely aside so that the area below can
also be cleaned.
3.
Use a special vacuum cleaner, which is also used for cleaning opti-
cal equipment, or a soft brush to remove the paper dust.
Never use any chemical liquids to clean the platen or the rollers.
4.
Re-insert the ribbon cassette after completing the cleaning and
close the printer (see the section Inserting the ribbon cassette,
page 37).
5.
Connect the printer by inserting the power plug into the wall sok-
ket.
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