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1= this happen because th IVR fail, see the diagram and test it use the DVOM OR VOM for test the IC .l 2= test the thermistor or sensor for defective. 3= if the voltage of IVR is out of regulation in this case +12vdc,test for ground.if is o.k test by the side of battery side of the IVR, if this voltage is present replace the IVR, if regulated voltage is withing specifications, test the printed circuite from the IVR to the gaues, and if there are open circuite replace the circuit board. OF course test the fuse too. God bless you
.IVR Files are a "Video format developed by RealNetworks for sharing video clips on the Web; may be created by using the "Record" feature in RealPlayer 11 or later; saved in a proprietary format that can only be opened with RealPlayer."
Basically, Real converts these videos to .ivr files so that you don't use other video players except Real to view them, and so you'll pay Real for a subscription to be able to convert the files. If you actually right click on the .ivr files in your Real Library there will be an option saying "Covert Media Format..." and if you click on that it will tell you you have to upgrade to Real Player Plus in order to convert.
There is a work around i found while googling, you can also burn your files to a dvd or video cd and then rip them back to your computer and they'll be in another format. The downside is that this can take more time if you want to convert a whole lot of files and you have to have dvd's and cds at your disposal. but at least it works.
That model, as most Ricohs, uses the ID sensor to determine when and how much toner to add. I would check to make sure it's clean, no toner or paper dust. If that's not it you might need to replace it.The ID sensor is located in the PCU, facing the drum.Good luck. If this helps, please remember to rate this. Thanks
The correction tape which should be a yellow spool and the correction ribbon cartridge should be a yellow also, sometimes orange, first. The correction tape has to in front of the black correction ribbon. in othe words this is the order. Platen, paper, correction tape, correctable film ribbon, printwheel. Also make sure correction tape is dull side toward paper. Shinny side should face operator...
I've had a similar problem with a client's 8200 printer, and looking at the right hand side of the tray someone had previously put some tape over the topmost 'slot' (above where the green slider goes across).
I put some new tape over the top slot and the 'replace paper tray' message went away.
Admittedly, the tape gets pushed in so I don't know how long it will be before the tape gets dislodged and the error re-appears.
The printer is well out of warranty and they don't want to pay anything to get it fixed... so this solution is fine with them.