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Re: Copying using the Duplex function
Press on duplex button and scan your originals one by one on the platen mode (exposure glass). You cannot use the ADF for this function.
After every scan press the Start button.
After the last page please press the enter button as displaying in the display.
Then the copier itself can finish making duplex copies as you wanted.
Good luck and please rate me, thanks.
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I don't know who advised you before, but...don't start a new link by yelling at people, and..... 2: be thankful forany FREE advice you receive. 3: Ask politely for further advice 4: Learn the basics of your OWN copier. 5: download a user manual from the ricoh website (it's readily available). and look up "duplex" ...here's a hint......guess what that big square box is on the right side??
When you open the whole duplex unit you will see a very small metal tab with a screw, on the top right side on the machine. This activates the switch on the duplex unit.
Or with the duplex unit open you will se a small rectangle hole inside a switch, put a piece of paper or something to activate it, might got stuck.
This problem is very common on this machines.