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jiri_kubat
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How to turn off B210?

Product Name: Xerox B210
Operating System: Windows 10

Hello,

I'm trying to swith off the printer, in user's guide I should press switch on/off button for at least 30 seconds (???) but then the green light on switch on/off button disappears, something inside the printer starts doing some sound like printing, 2 controls (WPS and !) are enlighted blue and green, after another cca 45 seconds it comes back to the only enlighted swithch on/off button. Pls help...I may take the cable out from electricity but I´d like to do it correctly. Thank you.

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CherylO-Xerox
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Re: How to turn off B210?

Hi Jiri_kubat, 

Thank you for using the Support Forum. Please take a look at this article on how to power on and power off the the machine. Please consider contacting your support centre for further assistance.

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CherylO-Xerox
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jalcanta
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Re: How to turn off B210?

It did not work, I pressed and held down the Power On/Off button for at least 1 min, and after some flashings and noises, the printer came back up. Your documentation is lacking explanation, or the product is defective.
DavidG1234
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Re: How to turn off B210?

I have the same problem.

 

this B210 printer is a nightmare.  I regret buying it.  The AirPrint only works intermittently and the printer prints a test page every time I turn it on.

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rblunden
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Re: How to turn off B210?

I was sent this link to turn off the banner page and it works for me
https://www.support.xerox.com/en-us/article/en/2109110.html
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DavidG1234
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Re: How to turn off B210?

Thanks... but the printer should never come from the factory printing a test page every time it turns on.  

That is plain evil on the part of Xerox.

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