Question about Ricoh Office Equipment & Supplies
I already check the fuser assembly. . and still the same...
First check if there are any soot of toner inside the fuser,you can either replace the whole fuser assembly or fuser thermofuse/thermister to solve your problem
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello,Check out this site and see if any of these error codes can help you: http://www.copier-help.com/copier-help/
Have you checked the power fuse? Or have you looked at the incoming power circuit board. Could there be any burnt resistors, blown capacitors, or bad voltage transformers?
Check things out because many times when a machine doesn't even power on (no lights, no life) - it's usually a sign of something blown - fuses, circuit board, lamps, etc. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
This part number B2484582 is modified.
The new part number for the fusing unit is B2484583.
Yes, you can find it from a Ricoh Supplier.
Good luck and please rate me, thanks.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: ricoh ft 3713 error 54
Clean the thermistor and clear the code by turning on both dip switches on the main board, turn off the main switch, turn off the dip switches, turn on the main switch.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: Replace Fuser error not clearing
Fuser PM reset
1. Hold the 'up' and 'down' arrows together for 5 seconds or longer.
2. Release the arrow keys and press the 'enter' key.
3. Select '2. Engine' - Then go to option '7.'
4. Go to SP7804-016 (PM Counter Reset>Fuser) and execute. Shows results=OK
5. Turn the machine off and on.
Posted on Mar 28, 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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