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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Hello sir; The code sc545 means fuser unit temperature too low it can be reset;
press "clearmode" "107" and thenpress and hold "clear/stop" key untill display "copy sp" show up, then turn power off and back on.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Are you a tech? I suspect not. You need to remove the drum unit, disassemble, separate the drum from the development unit. Remove cover of developer unit, add developer, reassemble, and run SP2214 to calibrate.
This is NOT a procedure to be performed by an end user...no disrespect intended.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
yes you may it refers to a temp error int eh fuser... you may have a faulty thermistor or thermo fuse.. if you go into teh service mode by presssing teh yellow clear butto and then press 107 and then hold down the stop button the sreen will change turn the machine off and turn on again see if the errpr goes if it does it could have been just a temp error if it warms up then comes back on again you will have to look at the fuser.. you can check the fuser by touching the casing and see if it is warm after you have turned the machine back on..if it is warm the error could just be due to a build up of toner on the thermistor.. if you know about machines you can take the fuser out by opening the front of the machine up look to top right where fuser is there is a screw under the blue dial on the fuser take that out the fuser slides out put it on some paper and on the right hand side is the thermistors held inby a small screw if you take them out you may see some build up of toner on the resistor carefully clean this off.. put back together and turn on .. hopefully it will run ok.. good luck A
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
As NALDZ said, sometimes when the power drops out the thermistor will play up a little. Sometimes this can be caused by toner being caked up on the thermistor. But in most cases it can be reset easy enough.
if you walk up to the machine in COPY mode.
(yellow clear), 1 , 0 , 7 (hold red stop button)
The screen will change, if you hold '#' on the keypad and press 'copy sp' on the touch screen you will be into ricoh service modes.
All you will have to do now to reset your error is simply switch the machine off at the main red switch below the plastic flap toward the bottom of the machine.
problem solved =]
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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