This will sound silly but the machine was moved from our previous office to which we were able to network and use as a printer. Now, we're at new location and I can't find the ethernet connection anywhere??? It has to have one or else we wouldn't have been able to use as a printer previously? Correct? Only connections I see are two phone ports.
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Go to user tools-key op tools-network-tcp ip- ip address put the appropiate info in.(including gateway address.) then type the ip address into the top portion of a web browser an you should be in web image monitor. you configure the printer there. User name is admin no password. -Carl
Usually this means it was previous;y hooked up to a network, or the network settings have changed and they are mismatched. Do you use it as a printer? If not, in the user settings, (I'm not exactly sure where, but you can download a manual at ricoh.com) just set all the network settings to 0's - for example Ip address, gateway, etc. Otherwise set them correctly in order to print.
Hi there the error you have is that the fuser unit is lower than 130 degrees for 1 minute. Suggestion replace fuser unit turn power off the on. If problem still persists replace control board or power board.