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Network Cabling Basics (Patch Panels, Jacks, Patch Cables)

Network Cabling Basics (Patch Panels, Jacks, Patch Cables) Here is an image of how a patch panel is used Here is Link To A Patch Panel Install Guide Patch Panel Install Guide Here is a link to what a patch … Continue reading

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Resistor Color Code

Resistor Color Code Now That you know how to use a multimeter lets figure out how to read resistance on a resistor. Remember start reading from right to left… Some resistors have up to six bands Related External Links Blog … Continue reading

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HOME: HOW TO HELP AN ELECTRIC SHOCK VICTIM

Immediate Help For Electric Shock Victim By Jhon Noya Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. Although these can be prevented, there are instances on which the victim will feel trapped and can hardly avoid them from occurring. Just like when … Continue reading

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PRINTER AND COPIER REPAIR REFERENCE BOOKS

PRINTER AND COPIER REPAIR REFERENCE BOOKS Topics covered include printing technologies, troubleshooting guidelines, test instruments, mechanical and electrical components, and communication standards and conventions. New chapters discuss toner and ink cartridge recycling, printing under Windows, proper use of printers, and … Continue reading

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PCOUNTER TUTORIAL

PCOUNTER TUTORIAL Pcounter was created to take page counts from copiers and printers and export it to other systems and formats. Pcounter for Windows Pcounter for Windows is designed for Windows print servers, or workstations setup as “servers” with printer … Continue reading

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POSTSCRIPT ERRORS

You can get a PostScript error any time the printer cannot understand the print language emulation being sent to it. Here are a few of many possible causes: 1) The print driver is selected to PCLXL (or PCL6: same thing), … Continue reading

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