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What is the exact error message that you report as "no reception on the wireless system"?
Thank you. Exactly what did you do to reset the network setup?
How did you try to reset the link to the wifi router? I do not mean to put you on the defensive with all these questions. Rather, I can tell that you are capable enough that I can trust the things that you have done without having to repeat them. The only exception to that is that some things must be done in the proper order, but I don't think that is an issue here so far.
It is possible that some part of the radio frequency signal path is damaged. Have you rebooted the wireless router? There is a possibility that the signal quality has degraded, not enough to affect your other devices, but still enough to affect the most sensitive.
You can do that by removing the power cable from the router for about a minute and then reconnecting it. It will take a couple of minutes for the router to reinitialize before the connections become reestablished. It is easy to do, and it might make a difference.
Let's explore how you reentered the network name and password. I would expect that the printer would display the network name, if your wireless router is set to broadcast the network name (which is the default condition), so that you could select it and then enter the password, instead of actually typing in the name. Did your printer display any of the wireless networks (from neighboring wifi networks) that are displayed on your other devices? If it was supposed to display the networks and did not, that fact alone would indicated an electronic reception failure.
That is a good idea. I don't know the menus on your Fuji printer. Is there a control panel on the printer that allows you to navigate through a menu system?
On my HP printer the menus for that are Setup > Tools > Restore Factory Defaults. Do you have similar menus?
I am searching for documentation on your printer. What is the full model name and numver3
What is the full model name and number?
FujiXero or FujiXerox?
I found DocuPrint 205 b but not 205w. Anyway, you are ahead of me on that. You have the manual, you performed the reset, and it did not help.
I am afraid that I cannot solve the problem, since it seems to be a hardware problem. You cannot have it repaired for any reasonable cost. It would be cheaper to purchase a new printer. I still have one question. I do not know if you remember, but when it worked, did it display the network name, or did you have to key it in?