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The machine was working fine until the master disposal had a jam. How can I reset the machine so that a new master can be made?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Press life "2" start for toner.
And life "3" start for drum.
These will reset the counters.
If you are having a "check drum error" then you have broken the sensor arm that is attached to your lid.
Call a technician in your area.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
SOURCE: Riso Rz 220
Remove the master that is on the drum. Then check the master roll remove it cut about 18 inches off then re install master roll. hit the reset, then print bottons.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
SOURCE: Riso GR3750 T1 error Drum Jam
I had this problem too: just unlock the hook under the drum; disengage the drum then pull out the drum; then check the home position if not in position open the behind cover, pull the belt until you get the puller to the home position. You will get the same problem if you will not put the main drum puller to the home position. email@example.com
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: drum stuck RISO RN2235ui
assuming you have a RN machine
you should of removed the master on the drum by hand if it was not used for more than a couple of weeks, and wipe dry under the clamp.
To get the drum out, hinge up the top of the machine over the top of the drum there is another small door, it hinges up like the top of the machine.
At this point ensure that the drum is in the home position i.e the clamp of the drum is at 12:00 (on top). if not turn drum to that point by hand.
Then try the button again to release the drum. If that fails there is a small **** under the drum at the front door area. there is a catch there that holds in the drum which you can move to the side with a flat screw driver.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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