I have a Ricoh 1515F and I have talked to some colleagues who use their copier as a fax as well. They have their faxes routed to a shared foled on the desktop rather than having each imcoming fax printed. Is the possible to set up with the Ricoh 1515F?
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Sounds like there is a preset reduction (R/E) programmed??? You can access the manuals here. The answers for your copier question should be in the "copy reference, in the "user tools" section Manuals are all here: http://www.ricoh-usa.com/downloads/manuals/bw/aficio1515/ ....too many questions to be answered in this forum......but, are you sure that the printer feature is on the machine? Just asking, because it was not standard .
If the print can be rubbed off then this suggests the fuser unit is not working correctly. It could be that the thermistor is covered with toner and making the machine think the fuser is hot enough when it's not.
The black line could also be caused by the fuser if one of the pick off fingers is coated with toner or has worn into the Teflon of the roller.
Does the machine show the lines when you print a page from memory - such as a counter or config page? If not, this would suggest the optical path is dirty. Try cleaning the glass and look at the mirrors inside the scanner to see if they are dirty/dusty.