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Re: service code 546
SC 546 Heating roller fusing lamp temperature fluctuation The heating roller temperature changes by ±20°C or more in one second. This occurs three times in one minute or two consecutive times. • Loose connection of the thermistor • Loose connection between the fusing unit and main frame 1. Check if the fusing unit is properly set and connected to the main frame. 2. Check if the heating roller thermistor connector is firmly connected. 3. Replace the fusing unit
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Ricoh uses error codes in order to alert users that there is a problem with the functioning of the copier. Codes that begin with "SC" refer to issues with the fuser components, which heat up to bind the toner or ink to the paper. While clearing the code can be accomplished by most users, it is important to point out that clearing the code does not fix the problem. Codes that reappear should be addressed by a certified Ricoh technician.
1 Press the "Clear Modes" button. This button will be on the main panel.
2 Press the "1,0,7" keys in succession. You do not have to hold the buttons down together but need to press and release them in this exact order
3 Press and hold the "Stop" key. You will need to hold this button down until the Ricoh enters service mode. The touch screen display will say "service mode" and three soft keys will appear.
4 Press the "Exit" button. This button will be on the touch screen display in the upper right hand corner. Once pressed, the copier will return to normal operation mode.
5 Turn off the main power. The main power button will be located on the side or front of the copier.
6 Turn the power back on. Once the copier is powered back up, the service code will be cleared.
fuser problem, push in order clear modes (yellow button) 1 0 7 and hold the red stop button for 5 seconds the screen will change, turn off copier red power switch and turn back on if problem comes right back you need a service call
My dear: Very Best Solution:You Go To Service & Sim Office and Get The Puk code And Pin code From Office oprator Enter The Puk code and Yes Enter The pin code and Yes So Puk code Open and Problem will Quickly Solved But: Don't try to enter a PUK code without knowing the right one. You need to call your service provider to get this code. It can be as many as 8 digits, and it is random. If you enter too many wrong codes, you can permanently damage the device. So Please You Go to Service office and Get the Duplicate Sim From Office Oprater Same Your No Problem will Solved
Hello sir; Your machine need to reset, the procedure as follow;
1, press "clear mode", "107", then hold down "clear/stop" key, until screen change message to sp mode.
2, turn power off and back on ,machine will in working condition.
enter sp mode with the following combination
yellow key then 1 0 7 and hold down stop till the screen changes go to copy sp then scroll down to 7 datalog and down to 897 sc jam reset and execute the turn off the machine and back on
Try to go into service mode to reset the code...
Clear yellow botton
then press and hold the red stop botton till the display changes and
then turn the main Power switch Off then back ON... You do not have to
do any thing in service mode, just get to that display.... Don't change
anything unless you know what you are doing. sc546 has to do with the
fixing unit. You may be able to reset it.