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epson scanner interruption xp-225 this product is warming up

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#1 Aeolienne

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Posted 31 December 2014 - 03:42 PM

I've been scanning some documents into PDFs. The first few went OK, but when I attempted a longer document I got a message around the fifteenth page that "This product is warming up". This was followed by a warning that the job had been interrupted, and I was given a choice to discard, edit or save the job so far - adding more pages to the job wasn't an option. So I had to save the document as two installments, MyDocument_pp01-15.pdf and MyDocument_pp16-23.pdf. AFAIK there is no option in Windows to collate pdfs.

 

A quick search indicates I'm not the first Epson customer to experience this problem.

How to locate source of scanner interruption

NB: my scanner is an XP-225. (Are all Epson scanners named after multiples of 15?)



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Posted 31 December 2014 - 05:22 PM

Home scanners are not built for continuous usage, the unit has overheated.

Break jobs into shorter runs and allow unit to cool between.






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