Question about Ricoh CL4000DN Laser Printer
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Ricoh CL4000DN Error Code SC542
Turns out error SC542 indicates a fuser temperature problem. Once the error is detected, the printer is toast until you manually clear the error from the keypad. Even though the printer is physically fine, it won’t come ready until the prior error condition is cleared.
A few phone calls with our local Ricoh service rep, and he admitted that the printer might trip this error in a power brownout.
The printer was less than 30 days old and the error was caused by the brownout or the fuser failed. I kept calling the Ricoh rep, and they finally gave me the magic keystrokes over the phone.
I did the magic keystrokes, cleared the error code, and the printer worked fine. It’s been working great for a year now.
I hope someone else who has this problem finds this page and is able to fix the problem also. I didn’t find any help on the net when I searched.
The Fix In order to clear error SC542, you must perform procedure 5810.
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Apr 13, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies
Error code sc 547 means "Zero cross signal malfunction". This error appears due to a faulty power supply. This error code may also appear if the input board is defective or the BIC Unit is defective. Turn off the printer and unplug the printer for 30-40 minutes and check if the error still appears. If you see he error still appearing then try and rest it using the following reset method--
To reset the SC code by entering SP5810 and select 1.
Now hold down the photo mode key and the # key at the same time for at least 3 second.
Then turn the machine off and on again.
If the same issue still appears, you'll need to check and replace the Power supply or the Input (IOCC) boardt.
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