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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ricoh 2015 printer
The B is saying there is a jam in the right hand side of the machine. You may have fuser stripper fingers popped out of place causing it to jam or you may have a torn off piece of paper stuck between the registration rollers. Try spinning the black and silver rollers by hand and see if any paper comes out.
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
SOURCE: PRINTER MP210
I had the same for a couple of days.
I cleaned the paper feed rollers and tried to find if there was a small piece of paper stuck in, that would have caused this. Finally I lifted the stupid printer and shook it to be sure there were no foreign objects in rear tray or output tray. Nothing seemed to drop, but the stupid printer is working now...
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
1. Make sure that the end fence is properly set.
a. Pull tray and remove paper
b. Unlock the side guides
c. open side guides all the way out
d. place about 30 sheets of paper in tray
e. use side guides to align paper properly
f. push paper all the way to the right so that it's flush with the right edge of the tray.
g. move end fence against the paper.
h. load the rest of the paper making sure it does not surpass the upper limit which is indicated on the side guide.
i. adjust paper size dial to match size and orientation
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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Error 5C10 means a paper jam or the printer has encountered an internal error. And error 6A00 is caused due a paper jam in the sheet feed unit or near the print head. You can also reset the printer to resolve this issue. On the printer press and hold the ON/OFF button or unplug the power cord. Wait for 10 seconds, press power button ON/OFF button again. If this doesn't resolve the error code then unplug the printer for 10 minutes. Also, inspect the back panel of the printer for any paper jams. To clear the paper jams---
Turn off the printer and disconnect the power cord
and USB cable. Remove the jammed paper slowly using the following procedure.
Open the rear cover to check if the paper is jammed. Pull out the cassette and
check if the paper is jammed inside the cassette area. Stand the printer with
the rear side down, holding the document cover. Press the tabs together and
pull the green cover toward you. Check if the paper is jammed. (If you were not
doing Duplex printing, you do not have to follow this procedure.) Close the
green cover and place the printer back to a normal position. Reconnect the
power cord and power on the printer. Confirm the Alarm light is off. Load paper
back into the ASF or cassette. Press to clear the message and continue
printing. If you are printing from application software, follow the
instructions displayed on your computer. Hope this helps... Please post back if
you need more information.
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Paper is probably stuck under the fuser, follow these instructions to remove the fuser:
Fusing Assembly Removal and Replacement
1. Remove rear cover:
a.) Extend input extender assembly
b.) Remove three screws
c.) Separate the rear panel from the main cover, pulling the lower corners away from the printer first. Then,
insert small flathead screwdriver into the openings at the top upper corners releasing two tabs,
2. Remove EP door assembly
a.) Along the left door hinge there is a flex point, firmly press tab inward to release door.
3. Remove main cover
a.) Remove rear cover
b.) Remove EP door
c.) Remove memory cover
d.) Remove two screws from top of printer
e.) Grasp two lower front corners of printer and pull gently outward, lift cover straight up and off
4. Remove fuser
a.) Remove exit roller (unlock white bushings on either end)
b.) Remove right hand cartridge guide (depress one locking tab and slide forward)
c.) Remove two screws from delivery assembly (fuser cover) and remove
d.) Remove two screws from pressure plate, (metal) unlock two retaining tabs and remove
e.) From right side of printer, remove cable guide, and fuser cable from DC controller
f.) From left side of fuser, remove thermistor cable (white) and remove fuser
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response. Happy New Year!
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