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RICOH Aficio 1013 Code sc551 shown : "Functional problems" Message recommends switching off power and switching on again, but this is not effective. How can this be fixed ? The machine is not overheating. [email protected]

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    MACHINE DEMANDS TO BE SWITCHED ON AND OFF, CODE SC550

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Ok, its a firmware bug, but you should be able to reset it. Press clear modes, 1, 0, 7, and press and hold clear/stop. Press 1 for copy sp. Scroll down to 7, (data log) press 7. scroll to 7807, and reset it. exit all the way out, and recycle the power.

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Ricoh aficio 1075 display message from copier replace of cleaning webyou can resolve this ?

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How do i resolve a SC550 on aficio 1060?

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Press mode 1.0.7 and press 2902 / 120
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Your question is somewhat confusing as to the model. There is no Nashua SC550 as that seems to be the service code you have an issue with. There is a model 1013F but there is no SC550 code for that machine. That being said I will tell you what an SC550 code means on most all Ricoh, Gestetner,Nashuatec machines. The SC550 means your fuser oil/cleaning web life is over. The solution for this is to replace the web and then reset the counter which requires entry into the service mode. Both of these are going to require a service technician to complete.
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