Epson LX-850 Printer
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FEATURES The LX-8 10/850 is a small, light-weight, low-cost, advanced paper handling Printer comparable to the LX-800. Its main features are: 1. Advanced paper handling: Auto backout and cut sheet loading 2. Expanded ESC/P-code printing, implemented as a standard feature 3. Printing speeds: 200 cps (high speed draft) 1 5 0 CpS (dri~ft 10 cpi) 1 8 0 CpS (dri~ft 12 cpi) 4. Optional 8100 series interface 5. Clear, easy-to-read printing with a standard Epson font 6. Two built-in NLQ (Near Letter Quality) fonts (Roman and Saris Serif) 7. Control panel Switch selection of Draft, Roman, or Saris Serif font 8. Control panel Switch selection of normal or condensed printing 9. Control panel mode settingd are saved in non-volatile memory 10. Easy handling of cut sheets with the optional cut-sheet feeder (CSF) The LX-8 10/850 is equipped with the standard Epson 8-bit parallel interface. Various interface options enable users to print data from a variety of computers. Table 1-1 lists the interface options, Table 1-2 lists the optional units available for the LX-8 10/850, and Figure 1-1 shows an exterior view of the LX-8 10/850.
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TECHNICAL MANUAL This manual describes functions, theory of electrical and mechanical operations, maintenance, and repair of the LX-8 10/850. The instructions and procedures included herein are intended for the experienced repair technician, and attention should be given to the precautions on the preceding page. The chapters are organized as follows: Chapter 1 - Provides a general product overview, lists specifications, and illustrates the main components of the Printer. Chapter 2 - Describes the theory of Printer operation. Chapter 3 - Discusses the options Chapter 4 - Includes a step-by-step guide for product disassembly, assembly, and adjustment. Chapter 5 - Provides Epson-approved techniques for troubleshooting. Chapter 6 - Describes preventive maintenance techniques and lists lubricants and adhesives required to service the equipment.
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