Multifunction Peripherals for PCs
Technology, Troubleshooting and RepairBy
- Marvin Hobbs, Electronics engineer, now retired. Author of several books on electronic servicing for Sams and Prentice Hall.
Multifunction devices combine the essentials of a fax machine, printer, scanner, and copier into one peripheral for small and home offices. As the market for this equipment grows, the need for skilled repair and maintenance increases. Unfortunately the service documentation supplied by the manufacturers is completely inadequate making the repair jobs even harder and more expensive. Marvin Hobbs teaches you how multifunction peripherals work in theory and in practice with lots of hands-on examples and important troubleshooting and repair tips you don't want to miss.This book fills a gap in the literature, and will be a welcome addition to the library of any technician or do-it-yourselfer.
Electronics technicians, students, home repair hobbyists
Paperback, 232 Pages
Published: January 2000
This resource explains how multifunction peripherals work in theory and in practice, with lots of hands-on examples and important troubleshooting and repair tips. -Poptronics Hobbs's guide includes very clear technical illustrations, an abbreviation guide, a glossary of terms, troubleshooting flow charts, and operational theory. While general guides cover many multifunction device maintenance and repair issues, this book provides valuable information on the special failures that come with complicated modern multifunction devices. - Library Journal 2004
- Introduction; Diagnostics and Maintenance; Ink Jet Printers in MFD Machines; Laser and LED Printers in MFD Machines; Thermal Printers; Scanners; The Fax Function; PC Software for Printer Control; Standards and Protocol; Consumables; Glossary; Abbreviations; References