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    Re: Ricoh PRO 1356

    you said no SC codes, looks like plenty in history, lots of recent jams as well.

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    Re: Ricoh PRO 1356

    Quote Originally Posted by davel View Post
    you said no SC codes, looks like plenty in history, lots of recent jams as well.
    Sorry but the codes are from today because i am trying something.

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    Re: Ricoh PRO 1356

    Quote Originally Posted by kopirmaster View Post
    Sorry but the codes are from today because i am trying something.
    I see a large count of J000, jam at power on, and J115, finisher shift motor malfunction. You also have a SC 750, shift motor error, listed from yesterday. It would appear that you have a problem with the finisher shift motor or associated mechanism.

    From the J000 I would say that you have a flaky door switch, possibly on the finisher. Either that or you suffer frequent power problems.

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    Re: Ricoh PRO 1356

    Problem fixed finally !
    replaced stepper motor who moves shaft for joggers.
    Thanks to all for every suggestion .
    Good day

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    Re: Ricoh PRO 1356

    Quote Originally Posted by kopirmaster View Post
    Problem fixed finally !
    replaced stepper motor who moves shaft for joggers.
    Thanks to all for every suggestion .
    Good day
    make sure that shaft is cleaned and lightly lubed as well it needs to slide smoothly

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