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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    Go into factory mode and look at 5081. If I remember correctly, that is where the new code is set.

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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    5081 is not in factory mode.

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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    ZED255 you are a genius!

    107107 may be painfully obvious to you but I did not think of that. I tried a hundred other codes, serial number, model number, year made, etc. both forward and backward. Fortunately, it worked on the one in the shop, the other is in the field already, so I will try that when I get a chance.

    That still doesn't solve the real problem of resetting it if you can't guess it.

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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    Once you are in regular SP you should be able to change it back to the default one. People are lazy so they use 107107 because it is similar to SP of old.
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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    And 5081 is the ServiceSP Entery Code Setting. I am wondering if it can be changed through telnet?

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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    Quote Originally Posted by kwehner View Post
    I now have 2 machines that we bought from wholesalers that the previous dealer has changed the SP Mode access code, which makes it impossible for me to enter SP Mode. Does anyone know how to reset the SP Mode back to default? I have looked in the manual and searched copytech and the only answer seems to be replacing NVRAM. If you have info and don't want to post it please PM me.
    Just use the factory SP mode gives the same access as the standard SE mode.
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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    Just use the factory SP mode gives the same access as the standard SE mode.
    No sir, it actually does not. Some SP modes are not available in Factory SP that do appear in regular SP or Special SP. Conversely, there are SP modes only available in Factory SP mode. There is not a mode that gives access to all, so far as I'm aware. There are even settings that have to be made via telnet as there is no SP at all.
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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    Quote Originally Posted by zed255 View Post
    No sir, it actually does not. Some SP modes are not available in Factory SP that do appear in regular SP or Special SP. Conversely, there are SP modes only available in Factory SP mode. There is not a mode that gives access to all, so far as I'm aware. There are even settings that have to be made via telnet as there is no SP at all.
    Which settings are missing in factory SP?
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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    Well, for one, SP5-081 which sets the SP access code for normal SP useage, and closely related to the subject of this thread. There are others but I have only bumped into those by happenstance, so I can't provide you a comprehensive list.

    In any event, in my humble opinion, no one should be encouraged to use Factory SP unless access to a particular function is required.
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    Re: 03 Models SP Mode access changed from default

    There are a number of SP settings that I used to use that Ricoh has moved to Factory SP.

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