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Fusing thermistor open
Fusing thermistor disconnected
Fusing thermistor connector defective
Fusing thermistor damaged or warped
Fusing temperature -15% less than the standard input voltage.
Change the thermistor.

Posted on Nov 25, 2010

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As i power on my ricoh mp2000le this is the error i saw. sc 829 code 301 detail ac000000. whats the meaning and solution?


here are some reasons.
1.Self-diagnostic Error: Optional RAM
The optional RAM returned an error during the self-diagnostic test
Resolution - ( Replace the optional memory board
- Controller board defective.
2.Charge roller current leak
The polling module detects a current leak of the charge roller. Causes as follows' • Defective charge roller
• Defective high voltage supply board
• Loose connection of the PCU.

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How do you program a Rico Alfico 161 copier with new email addresses?


program it through web browser. type the ip address of the machine on browser and the mp2000le home page will come. click login on right hand corner and type admin as username and password should be blank. go to address book and type all email addresses there. its very easy mate.

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Error code sc 541 in ricoh aficio mp2000le


Fusing thermistor open
Fusing thermistor disconnected
Fusing thermistor connector defective
Fusing thermistor damaged or warped
Fusing temperature -15% less than the standard input voltage.
Change the thermistor.

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Turn on or off your error correction to see if it changes also try changing your phone cord.

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You must have a Ricoh tech ID in order to download machine firmware. You can get the firmware from Ricoh's tech website, TSCWeb.net if you have a valid Ricoh ID.

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