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It keeps jamming.
have adjusted the paper feed pressure adjustement lever to the corresponding paper but still no effect.
i tutn the stripper plate angle to all direction till I find the sorrect position but still to no effect
pls advise as soos as poosible
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Mar 13, 2011 | Riso Office Equipment & Supplies
Jul 25, 2008 | Riso RZ220 Duplicator
Rear Feed, Continuous Forms
Use the rear-feed path for printing on single-thickness,
Use the single-sheet path (top feed) for graphics or charts.
! If you have paper in the paper path, be sure to remove it
before installing rear-feed paper.
1 Lock Lever
2 Upper Tractor Cover
4 Lower Tractor Cover
1 Move the paper lever to the position marked "REAR."
2 Grasp the tabs lift off the paper separator.
3 Pull up on the lock levers and open the tractor covers.
Then, move the right tractor to fit the width of the paper.
4 Place the first two holes in the paper over the tractor pins
on either side. Close the tractor covers.
5 Move the left tractor to align the edge of the paper with
the appropriate reference mark (1). Then, push back the
6 Adjust the position of the right tractor to center the holes
in the paper on the pins. Then, push back the right lock
7 Install the paper separator. Place the wire guide (1) on the
pull-up roller assembly (2).
8 Press FF/LOAD. The paper feeds into the printer.
! The factory default setting for the Top of Form (where
the printing should begin) is one inch down from the top
of the page. To change the setting, see "Using Your
Printer, Top of Form (TOF)."
Top Feed (Single Sheets)
Use the single-sheet path for letterhead stationery, memos,
and individual envelopes.
! If you have continuous-form paper in the path, press
PARK to remove it before loading single sheets.
1 Make sure the printer is on and deselected (SEL light off).
2 Place the paper lever in the position marked "TOP."
3 Open the carriage cover. Raise the paper separator to the
4 Make sure the wire feed guide (1) is secured in the sheet
5 Adjust the paper feed guides (1) for the width of the paper.
Place a sheet of paper in the separator. The paper will feed
into the printer.
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The paper is not feeding from the paper tray. The loud click is alarming, but not the problem. Check the adjustments in the paper tray. The left and right guides should be snug, but the rear guide should give between a 1/16 inch and a 1/8 inch of free play.
To check, press the purple lever at the right front of the tray. The leading edge of the stack of paper in th etray should rise out of the tray so that the top piece of paper can be fed into the drum assembly. If the stack does not rise evenly, or will not rise, the rear adjustment is the problem.
You can inspect the springs in the paper tray by removing the plastic cover that is above the white translucent roller in the tray. To do this turn over the tray and release the catches with a little screwdriver. I do not think there is a missing spring. While you have the cover off clean the lnt from behind the roller.
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