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    Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    Hey there.

    My Boss "accidentally" cleared the complete memory with [5801-001 All Clear].

    Now i am trying to get the printer back to work, as there is an offset in Y.

    I performed [3011-001 to 005 Process Cont. Manual Exec.]

    001-003 worked, but the MUSIC setting (which is the line adjustment, right?) always fails, no matter if performed normal or full.


    Any ideas what i have to do, to get the printer back to work properly?

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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    You need to perform line position adjustments. see page 130 of service manual.
    Nobody is perfect..

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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    Check for the "bible" hidden under the front cover and reprogram to those defaults.
    Why do they call it common sense?

    If it were common, wouldn't everyone have it?

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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    Quote Originally Posted by nmfaxman View Post
    Check for the "bible" hidden under the front cover and reprogram to those defaults.
    There is nothing there.

    Quote Originally Posted by rsyarcia View Post
    You need to perform line position adjustments. see page 130 of service manual.
    None of these work, not even the rough line position adjustment.


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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    It might be too far off for automatic adjustment to work. You might have to do a manual line position adjustment to get it close. You also need to clean the Image Density sensor first.

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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    Sp2-111 force line position when to far out for user colour registration

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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    Quote Originally Posted by nmfaxman View Post
    Check for the "bible" hidden under the front cover and reprogram to those defaults.
    Else known as the "birth certificate".

    Just a fun fact... that page is almost, if not a;lways, A4 size, as it is printed at the factory in Japan.

    I once used that to my advantage when it had inadvertently gotten mixed in with a punch of est (letter size) test pages. Made it easier to find.
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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    I have to ask. How did your boss "accidentally" do an all clear? I'd tell him the machine is junk since there no bible. That'll learn 'em. I always make sure every machine has a bible. If it's missing just go into Sp print out and print the default settings. That's all the bible is. You CAN do the registration manually. The procedure is in the book. You need a loupe and a bunch of patience but it can be done, even if all SP auto adjustments fail.

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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    Quote Originally Posted by logrady2331 View Post
    I have to ask. How did your boss "accidentally" do an all clear? I'd tell him the machine is junk since there no bible. That'll learn 'em. I always make sure every machine has a bible. If it's missing just go into Sp print out and print the default settings. That's all the bible is. You CAN do the registration manually. The procedure is in the book. You need a loupe and a bunch of patience but it can be done, even if all SP auto adjustments fail.
    I have done them before on a couple of Aficio 2238C. First time took about 6 hours. After the first one you get a idea as to how to proceed and can get it down to 2 hours or less to get it to where SP 2111 will pull it the rest of the way into alignment.

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    Re: Ricoh MP C 430 DN "accidental" Memory clear (001 All Clear)

    Quote Originally Posted by mynameis View Post
    There is nothing there.

    Don't those have the birth certificate on the inside of the rear or side covers?
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