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Is there a way to lock the scanner from moving during shipping?

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There is an SP mode to put scanner to "ship position" depending on model (none given) but over all it is no big deal if copier is kept level and nothing very heavy on top of it. -Carl

Posted on Apr 18, 2014

  • Brian Allen
    Brian Allen Apr 18, 2014

    Sorry It's Ricoh Aficio MP 7000

  • quennie732 Apr 18, 2014

    On this model I found no sp for this, big copier it should not be a problem. -Carl

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