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    Ricoh Fanboy 1,000+ Posts Oze's Avatar
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    hi all..
    sorry i ask in this thread..
    can i print in irc3100n with 21.04c Bootrom?
    if can what should i do?
    thanks advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzoisme View Post
    hi all..
    sorry i ask in this thread..
    can i print in irc3100n with 21.04c Bootrom?
    if can what should i do?
    thanks advance
    The iRC3100n should have a "n" bootrom....BUT you can just use SST to flash to an "n" boot.
    Unlike 2200's the 3100 has(from memory)a "J" rom which can be overwritten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oze View Post
    The iRC3100n should have a "n" bootrom....BUT you can just use SST to flash to an "n" boot.
    Unlike 2200's the 3100 has(from memory)a "J" rom which can be overwritten.
    thanks oze.. now i can print..
    just install the ufr driver..
    my machine sweettttt and fly

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    you guys are awesome

    thanks guys. i have also the same problem but now its been solved. thanks so much guys.,

    Techace

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    Glad to help

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    I believe the sensor here that is causing the grief is actually the ATR Sensor, mounted to the left of the developer rotary. I have seen this one cause "morning sickness" as described here. This copier even when running correctly mists all around the rotary. That is why Canon suggests that on every service call the area should be cleaned up.

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    P-SENS-P should be cleaned every 30,000 images. 1 image per black copy, 4 images per colour - doubled for A3

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    i handled many cases like this . just replace drum unit and ITB belt cleaning blade .
    sometime you need to uprade DC-CON to 17.01.

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