Hi, thanks again for taking the time to reply me and keep the interest on it, I'm trying to turn on the screen with not success at all, the only signs that turns on is the erros ico with the wrench on red light when I turn the switch on, so I'm just be wondering where I'm should start the search in order to make the screen turns on, Do you think that have somthing to do with the IOB, or burned fuses on panel source, because I'm bearly noticing that the screen turn a tiny litle light on, but I can't see any letter on it and when I turn it off I can see a little black dots than quickly disappear. Thanks in advance.
The model is Ricoh Aficio 350e
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hi. you need to clear that error from service mode first.
press aditional function
press aditional function
when #sssw appear on the screen search with arrows in the touch panel until CLEAR appear on the screen
press ok once
and search with arrows until ENGINE appear on the screen
press ok once
ERRCLR appears on screen . press ok one more time
turn off the machine from main switch for a few seconds
turn on again and make copy test .
if problem persist replace the fixing heater.
I had the same issue, turned out that one of the cartridges had malfunctioned. Take out both cartridges, close the cover, and see if the light goes steady. If so, reinsert just one cartridge and try again. In my case, it was the color cartridge; when it was removed, the blinking light went steady and I was able to print in black just fine.
Hi I would suggest you to try once again by putting the shiny side up and print it again, some time even if the pages get stick with each other than also the printer wont take paper in. so try one more time and do reply if you still have the same problem or nay other.
Hi, unplug the power cable Press and hold # and 6 on the printer
while keeping these tow buttons on hold plug the power cable back in .
when the screen goes off release the buttons and press the power button
to turn the printer on. it ll perform a semiful reset on the printer . if the issue still persists then unplug the power cable again
Press and hold OK and CANCEL on the printer while keeping these two buttons
on hold plug the power cable back in . when the screen goes off release
the buttons and press the power button to turn the printer on . it should fix the issue else call HP CARE and they ll replace it for u
Sorry, dont know why my posts keeps coming up as guest and not my name (which is Garty)
i had but its maybe worth a try. My paper went in a little, the wheels were turning but it didn't take the rest of the paper or print.
someone replied to my problem, i tried it and its fixed 1st time, also seems to of worked for some others. Solution:- Use a piece of thin card, a magazine cover is what i used, make sure its A4 size then try to print something, as the paper starts moving PUSH it through! and hey presto it worked for me, everything printing fine now
If you have thoroughly cleaned down in print cartidge area, and printhead, with no ink coming away, remove cartridge. Repeat manual clean, use a baby wipe and wipe gold head that ink comes out of as well (if your cartridge has this. Replace. Reset ink levels in main profile page of printer interafce. Try again. If no go, try turning printer off, unplugging, replugging after a while, turning on. Retry print job. Make sure no print jobs are queued up by cancellin all jobs before you try and print again. If nothing else works i would buy a new cartridge and hope you have receipt as it may be a dud. This can happen. I have had a few over the years.