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    Ricoh SP 410 DN Dead display

    Hello everyone.
    I have a ricoh 410dn printer.
    Today you change the display because it stopped working.
    After placing the new display and after checking that it worked correctly, I unplugged the printer to move it to its place.
    When I turned it on the new display had stopped working in the same way as the previous one.
    The display placed was not new. I bought it on ebay, used.
    Anyone know what may be happening?
    Sorry for my misuse of English.
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    Re: Ricoh SP 410 DN Dead display

    Quote Originally Posted by Luzbelito View Post
    Hello everyone.
    I have a ricoh 410dn printer.
    Today you change the display because it stopped working.
    After placing the new display and after checking that it worked correctly, I unplugged the printer to move it to its place.
    When I turned it on the new display had stopped working in the same way as the previous one.
    The display placed was not new. I bought it on ebay, used.
    Anyone know what may be happening?
    Sorry for my misuse of English.
    regards

    regards
    If you have not done so yet, check the connectors for the display, they may have become loose during the move. For what it is worth, it has been my personal observation that there is a surprisingly small difference between a properly connected connector and one that is not.

    Last edited by Iowatech; 03-20-2017 at 01:41 AM. Reason: Bad initial post, sorry.

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    Re: Ricoh SP 410 DN Dead display

    Quote Originally Posted by Iowatech View Post
    If you have not done so yet, check the connectors for the display, they may have become loose during the move. For what it is worth, it has been my personal observation that there is a surprisingly small difference between a properly connected connector and one that is not.
    Iowatech thanks for your quick response!
    I have checked all the connections as you suggested. All connections are fine
    I want to ask you wich may be the reason the printer is burning the displays?

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    The printer has only domestic use and was never subjected to any rough handling.
    It was for a while connected to a power outlet without grounding cable.
    I donīt buy bottles of original tonner.
    I recharge the tonner bottles and replace the chip of each one manually.


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    Re: Ricoh SP 410 DN Dead display

    Quote Originally Posted by Luzbelito View Post
    Iowatech thanks for your quick response!
    I have checked all the connections as you suggested. All connections are fine
    I want to ask you wich may be the reason the printer is burning the displays?

    Some data:
    The printer has only domestic use and was never subjected to any rough handling.
    It was for a while connected to a power outlet without grounding cable.
    I donīt buy bottles of original tonner.
    I recharge the tonner bottles and replace the chip of each one manually.
    I'd check the display's wiring harness where it is near the frame for worn insulation.
    Beyond that I am not sure, I haven't worked on that many of those.
    Unless that is not a SP C 410 DN, then I've worked on exactly zero of them.
    I've got a few more guesses, but I would like to see if someone else knows more about this than me first before I potentially waste your time with them.


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