Question about Ricoh MP-301SPF Copier : MP301
I have replaced the PCU, The Replace PCU does not go away
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Couple of things to try: - If you just emptied the waste cartridge then you have to take the bottle back out and clean the insides as well. The sensor sees the toner on the walls and still thinks it?s full. FYI as typical the manufacturer recommends replacing the bottle with a brand new one. - If not that then you may have toner covering the optical sensor. Try blowing the area where the waste bottle attaches to the printer with canned air. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate this post.
Posted on Feb 17, 2007
SOURCE: The PCU Reset procedure needed
switch the machine off at the switch hold down online and escape while switching on the switch , hold the buttons till you see service mode on screen , you need to go to engine , then drum , there you will find the setting to reset the pcu , or under data log is a function pm counter clear if it is giving you replace pcu on the screen
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
Hi yes you can fix it yourself it is just a warning that says the black pcu is almost warn out , but if the quality is still good you can clear the message is the sp modes by holding down online and escape whilst switching on the machine , under the menu "engine " is a sub menu called data log enter it and execute pm counter reset
hope this helps
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
The PCU is the photconductor unit. There is a black pcu and a color pcu. Did you replace these or replace the toner cartridges??
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: Ricoh fuser oil replace message
That is not a good idea. The oil is kept track of by counting pages, not by a sensor that measures the oil level. The oil runs out and the machine can't tell and now you have ruined the fuser. Which cost a lot more than the oil tank.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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