I'm trying to set up my Tally T8006 to be a network printer, everything is plugged in and the router is showing a flashing green light saying that data is being transmitted. Yet my computers cant see the printer, and even stranger is that I cant find any way of bringing up network settings on the printer itself to configure an ip manually so I can manually install by creating a tcp/ip port for the printer. I have gone into the extended menu as suggested by some instructions I found on the net but the network option just isn't there. Can anyone help with this?
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It will not work to directly connect a network cable directly from the network port of the printer directly to your computer. You will have to use a cross-over cable and configure your TCP/IP settings manually. However, to utilize network printing and have internet access, you will want to get a router and connect your modem to the ethernet port of the router, then a network cable from pc to switch port on router, and a network cable from printer to a differnt switch port on router. Most consumer routers have a built in 4-port switch, so that should allow enough connections. You may want to consult a local IT company or Ricoh dealer for the rest of the setup. This will allow the framework for network printing and/or scanning.
I belive the SVC F4 error indicates the fuser fan is not functioning.
Check the fan is connected correctly, also check if the fan is working.
If the fan is not working it may need ot be replaced, alternativly it may be a IOD1 Board or the MCTL board
If the printer has an internal network card the easiest way to change the IP address is through the printers own Web page, this can be accessed by entering the current IP Address of the printer in your Web Browser.
Go to the Advanced Section, then TCP/IP you can then change the IP Address of the printer.
You can find the current IP Address set in the printer by pressing the small black test button near the network port.
Alternatively you can use ARP for help on this open the DOS prompt and type ARP /?
Follow the example showing how to set an IP Address you will need the MAC address off the print out from network card test page.
It's most likely one of 2 problems...the toner cartridge or the fuser.
The toner cartridge transfer roller may still be charged and keeping a little bit of the previous page's information on it, to be transferred on the next sheet.
I would try a different toner cartridge first to see if that solves it.
There definitely must be a setting to reset the fuser counter. I cant tell you where to look as I am not familiar enough with that model. Check in the counter menus or the maintenance menus, or a reset menu.