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Paper jaming in ricoh af 1022 in adf

Hi all i have problem in ricoh af 1022 adf gating paper jam

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Paper jams in Ricoh Adfs ( or others), generally have origin in dirty rubber rollers. Oh yes, they can look clean but try to wash them with Benzine and check the cloth! You have to have full traction between the rubber and the paper , otherwise they skew and jam or are not picked up even. Other problem is in the exit (lower ADF side) , a misalignement between adf and the machine body. This can be solved with the mounting screws in the Adf back. Dont forget to have the paper format sensors (top right of ADF) clean and last, you may want to check the horse shoe sensors INSIDE (rear cover ADF). In my lifetime as a Ricoh tech, it only happens this once, and because the machine suffered ADF damage due to Portuguese bumpy roads, Ahahah. I am excluding the obvious, such a paper clip, a stapple, a coin , etc.. This happens very often...

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SOURCE: paper jammed .....but no paper jammed

Sounds like this is a common problem with these printers. Hopefully, this is a malfunction of the printer that you can remedy.

I'm assuming that you have THOROUGHLY searched the printer for any evidence of paper and/or debris. Have you tried resetting the printer? If this issue is as simple as just needing to clear the error from the printer then a reset should work. (If you still have the manual, it should provide instructions on resetting the printer.) This is the best that I can provide on how to reset it:

  1. Turn the printer off.
  2. Hold the Resume button (red circle in the triangle), add a printer (click Power) an indicator light green.
  3. Hold the Power button and release the Resume button.
  4. NOT releasing the Power button, double click Resume and release BOTH BUTTONS (Power and Resume).
  5. Click Resume four times.
  6. Click Power to confirm the selected action (reset counter absorber). Click Power again to disable the printer.
Please rate this solution or let me know if this was any help.

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Ricoh 1022 service sc544

This is a code for the fuser, which indicates a very serious overheating condition. Your machine has something _seriously_ wrong with it, and should be looked at by a service technician.

SC544 - Fusing overheat error 2
A fusing temperature of over 251°C is detected by the fusing temperature monitor circuit in the SBCU board.
Potential Causes:
• Fusing thermistor defective
• Power supply board defective
• SBCU board defective

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Epson Artisan 800...adf keeps saying paper jam,

epson artisan 800 keeps saying "paper jam" but there is none.
HELP!!!

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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