I'm getting error E-1 on this old guy - Ricoh FT 4022 which makes it impossible to function . it just halts in E1 position . based on my investigations this error is related to lamp , but what should I really to make it work ? thanks
I'm also getting and E-1 error code, with 40 noted when pressing the . We are having light copy problems, with full toner, so I cleaned off the mirrors under the glass and when I plugged it back in and turned it on the E-1 showed. Any help? Thanks Cindi
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E101: Exposure lamp error
1- check the Exposure lamp if it damage replace it .
2- check the Exposure lamp fuse ( located in scanner )
3- check the Exposure harness .
and after you solve your problem you must
Enter SP5-810 (SC code reset) and press the Enter key to reset the code
The E5 code is the fuser malfunction error.
E52 fusing lamp warm up error.Possible causes thermistor open,heater lamp open,thermofuse open.
E53 fusing lamp overheat.Thermistor in shortcircuit
E55 fusing thermistor open
When service call E5 conditions occur they cannot be cleared by turning OFF/ON the power switch.To reset turn ON the main switch,turn DIP switch 101-1 ON and OFF(the DIP switch is located in rear part under main supply board).,and turn the main switch OFF and ON.
Ricoh 4022, 4027
Front door open
Sorter open or not latched to machine, or fuse 304 on DC power board
Right side cover
Exposure lamp too long
Scan home problem
Scan drive problem
Lens home, or fuse 303 on DC board
Lens home sensor, fuse 303 on DC board
Mirror sensor, fuse 303 on DC board
Image density sensor error
Charge roller problem or HVT problem
Image density sensor problem
TD sensor error
Vsp problem. Dirty or bad image density sensor
Vsg problem. Same as E353
Toner density sensor problem
Same as 355
Transfer belt or charge roller drive
Drum charge thermistor
Upper lift motor
Lower lift motor
1st tray motor
2nd tray motor
3rd tray motor
Tray main motor drive problem
LCTl lift motor
Fuser temperature too low
Fuser temperature too high
Fuser temperature too high
Fuser lamp won't shut off
Fuser temperature too high or too low
Communication problem between main board and ARDF
Communication problem between main board and sorter
Communication problem between main board and paper trays
Sorter stapler timing roller sensor
Sorter stapler bin lift sensor
Sorter stapler jogger sensor
Sorter stapler grip sensor
Sorter stapler error
Fuser unit not installed properly
This is a scanner problem (the part with the lamp) is it crooked as viewed from the orig. glass? No need to reset this code when the movement problem is fixed turning power on and off will reset. -Carl
Most likely you are beyond cleaning. Sounds like either your fuser, or drum is causing problems, and even if it is simply optical, there are a few different service mode adjustments that need to be performed after cleaning to correct the image density, which are too complicated to explain here. There must be a local service company that will help you out on this one. I myself, still work on a few of these machines, and although they are old, they are still worth putting a few dolaars into if it is serving your needs. They were/are an excellent model. Sorry I can't really give you any direction, other than to advise you that you'll be needing a tech to get it working properly.