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    sc921 in garment RI2000

    hi every one

    i have in printer garment a RI 2000 printer its new .. The problem occurred during the installation process and after following the steps in the service manual and the printer was ready for printing .. so when the Nozzle check was made, it was found that the high adjustment was not working and the table did not work and did nit rise up , and it gave the code 921 ...

    Note : is there any way to test the (left table motor )??

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    Re: sc921 in garment RI2000

    I have been working on Ricoh's for 30 years, and I had no idea these Ricoh shirt printers even existed. That is probably why there is a lack of posts on this thread. Nor could I locate any technical info on the model in the database.
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    Re: sc921 in garment RI2000

    Quote Originally Posted by mikadonovan View Post
    I have been working on Ricoh's for 30 years, and I had no idea these Ricoh shirt printers even existed. That is probably why there is a lack of posts on this thread. Nor could I locate any technical info on the model in the database.
    The closest that I can think of would be one of the inkjet/geljet wide formats that Ricoh had.

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    Re: sc921 in garment RI2000

    921 Platen height sensor error while platen table was rising
    Platen height sensor did not detect the platen table rising
    Platen lift motor defective
    Platen lift motor connection defective
    Platen height sensor defective
    Platen height sensor connection defective
    Platen table up operation obstructed
    1. Cycle the printer on/off.
    2. Adjust the platen height sensor.
    3. Replace the platen height sensor.
    4. Reconnect or replace the harness to the platen table.
    5. Replace the platen table.

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