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Re: problem Ricoh cl 5000
Could have a corrupt driver. Disconnect
the printer or at least be sure it is turned off. I'd do
both and when the CD software program asks you to connect the printer
to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
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Sounds like it is misfeeding from the Default tray (just not getting the paper into the machine). try removing the paper from the default tray, and use another one. If it works, then the paper feed rollers are the likely cause.
That's strange. I just downloaded it to see what might need to be done, and the bypass tray was available, and it's a standard feature, so it doesn't have to be manually added or anything. I, however, used the Ricoh driver which is identical, because Ricoh owns Gestetner (in case you didn't know) so you may try installing that one. maybe it's a glitch in the Gestetner driver package. The comparable model is Ricoh AP 4510, and you can get it here. I hope this helps:
Check the little black piece of plastic that senses the printed page exiting the machine. Our sensor was stuck and I was getting the same message (an similar Ricoh product). When I gently reset the black piece to center, moving freely, printing worked again. I think the sensor got jammed up when we were trying to remove a bad paper misfeed.
Ricoh manuals very confusing on this error message. They refer to standard tray, tray one, etc. without being clear whether it's a paper feed tray or the so-called "standard OUTPUT tray." The output is not really a tray, it's just the depression where your sheet lands after printing. I wrenched on the paper feed trays and their settings for an hour before I figured out they meant OUTPUT.
Another thing that can happen to cause a jam when you are printing on there is to make sure that the paper size if correct and matches the trays you are printing to. That condition will happen if the printer tries to print a legal size page and you only have letter paper installed in the trays.
Check your settings in the printer control panel to make sure that the trays match and are correct.
Make sure that the green paper setting knobs match the correct tray size as well.
it may be one of two problem, to start off with try using one of the other trays or the manual feed. to see if it's just that tray or the machine. you may need to cancel all jobs in the printer before starting and also keep the main tray open. let me know what heppens.
When that message is displayed, the printer thinks the output tray is full of paper and it won't print any more because there is no room left to spit pages out. If the output tray isn't full of paper, the sensor that detects paper there might just be dirty or dusty.
That sensor is a black sensor that should be located just at the point where the paper exits the machine, above where the paper comes out. Blow some compressed air on the sensor to try to clean it off and see if that clears your error message.