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Re: Jonsered saw specs
« Reply #10 on: October 18, 2013, 09:33:47 pm »
Gonna have to figure out how to use the scanning function of the printer at the store first.

 ;D I never figured out how to get the scans from my home printer loaded into the computer. I could use it to copy documents, but no more than that.....

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Re: Jonsered saw specs
« Reply #11 on: October 21, 2013, 06:35:43 am »
Same for me. But, Kevin is good at scanning. Maybe if he shares some basics.............................
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Re: Jonsered saw specs
« Reply #12 on: October 21, 2013, 06:42:51 am »
I just put a SD carb or other storage media in my all in one printer scanner and scan to the card.  Then take media card and put it in puter in SD slot or with a card reader in USB slot and load file. 
It will take you a long long time scanning a service manual etc. A SB with a couple pages wont be to bad.

Thats about all I know.
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Re: Jonsered saw specs
« Reply #13 on: October 21, 2013, 06:54:31 am »
I'll take a look at it today and see what I can figure out. A service bulletin is about all I'm looking to do. Some of those that I recently came across are not to be found in the electronic database that Husky/Jonsered maintains. There is some good history that could be otherwise lost. The old books that I got from that dealer last week are as valuable as the parts.
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Re: Jonsered saw specs
« Reply #14 on: October 21, 2013, 09:17:34 am »
I'll take a look at it today and see what I can figure out. A service bulletin is about all I'm looking to do. Some of those that I recently came across are not to be found in the electronic database that Husky/Jonsered maintains. There is some good history that could be otherwise lost. The old books that I got from that dealer last week are as valuable as the parts.

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Re: Jonsered saw specs
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Re: Jonsered saw specs
« Reply #16 on: August 26, 2015, 12:25:45 pm »
Best thing with these printers is that when you load the software, they usually have a really easy interface page to use that goes by the same name as your printer. There is usually a icon on your desktop...click that and go into the scan documents section. There will be a menu on what you want to do with the scan...you want to save to your desktop. You can create a J'red file and send everything to that. After you scan the item, there are usually choices on what to do with the scan.

I'd love to see anything related to the 900 series and anything about the older J'reds;80,90, 621 etc.

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Re: Jonsered saw specs
« Reply #17 on: August 26, 2015, 03:10:42 pm »
Best thing with these printers is that when you load the software, they usually have a really easy interface page to use that goes by the same name as your printer. There is usually a icon on your desktop...click that and go into the scan documents section. There will be a menu on what you want to do with the scan...you want to save to your desktop. You can create a J'red file and send everything to that. After you scan the item, there are usually choices on what to do with the scan.

I'd love to see anything related to the 900 series and anything about the older J'reds;80,90, 621 etc.

Kevin

Welcome to the CRS and Thanks for sharing info. 

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