Question about Ricoh FT5832 Copier
The transfer belt contact home position sensor is not activated. Transfer belt contact home position sensor defective Transfer belt contact clutch defective Main control board defective If you are not technician he is complicated lamentably will need to go to the technical service.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Hi, I were have the same problem, there are sensor can't retun back to the right place after the machin on if you have few exprince, you can solve it, turn off the machin and open the back cover of the machine and see the sensor. it is in a smal motor up the dram tray to return it to the place betwen the two black sid, Be careful
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
If you are not a technician here you cannot do nothing because the problem is around the main motor.
The main motor may be loced or some gears in the drum unit are broken.
This problem can solve only official ricoh technician.
But this is a old machine so if need to be replaced the motor is better to not do that because for those many you will by some new machine.
I advice to call a service because if you want to operate your self you may damage something and from nothing to became a large scale problem
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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