Thanks very much Tony for the manual I've just received it, I'll have
a read at it now. Thanks for that!
Can I just ask, you were saying the Kyocera FS 3700 possibly uses
If you check the link it says it uses 277 Watts, so does this figure
have to be multiplied to get the true figure?
I was wondering, as the Samsung uses 280W, so I'm not sure if I should
be comparing the Samsungs 280W to the Kyoceras 220W, or is the Kyocera
a lot higher as 660W?
Hope this makes sense...!