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    The copy in the MPC 4502 is deviated

    I was using this machine, suddenly it printed out the wrong color, I used 2111 but still not, everyone save me, thank youban-test-mau-bi-lech-photocopy-ricoh-mau-mpc-4502.jpg





    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
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    Re: The copy in the MPC 4502 is deviated

    Perform a color registration in User Tools > Maintenance

    Or, go into System SP and perform Forced Line Adjustment, under SP2 Drum

    If it keeps re-occurring, you may have a fault transfer belt, faulty ID sensors, drums not locking into place, or a loose connection on the laser unit.

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    Re: The copy in the MPC 4502 is deviated

    Quote Originally Posted by phucnguyen View Post
    I was using this machine, suddenly it printed out the wrong color, I used 2111 but still not, everyone save me, thank youban-test-mau-bi-lech-photocopy-ricoh-mau-mpc-4502.jpg





    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [/COLOR]











    [/COLOR]
    first what did you clean the ID sensors?

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    Re: The copy in the MPC 4502 is deviated

    Quote Originally Posted by phucnguyen View Post
    I was using this machine, suddenly it printed out the wrong color, I used 2111 but still not, everyone save me, thank youban-test-mau-bi-lech-photocopy-ricoh-mau-mpc-4502.jpg





    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [/COLOR]
    [/COLOR]
    try to clean id sensors, manually check that the photoconductors are free to rotate and not hard, perform forced alignment, update firmware and re-run calibration and registration.

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    Re: The copy in the MPC 4502 is deviated

    More often than not just properly cleaning the ID sensor assembly will correct the problem.

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    Re: The copy in the MPC 4502 is deviated

    Quote Originally Posted by phucnguyen View Post
    I was using this machine, suddenly it printed out the wrong color, I used 2111 but still not, everyone save me, thank youban-test-mau-bi-lech-photocopy-ricoh-mau-mpc-4502.jpg





    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [/COLOR]











    [/COLOR]
    Looks like someone has done memory all clear. Registration is way out do ld line adjustment start from d to a

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    Re: The copy in the MPC 4502 is deviated

    Quote Originally Posted by phucnguyen View Post
    I was using this machine, suddenly it printed out the wrong color, I used 2111 but still not, everyone save me, thank youban-test-mau-bi-lech-photocopy-ricoh-mau-mpc-4502.jpg





    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.54)]
    [/COLOR]











    [/COLOR]

    presuming you a tech and know how to enter SP mode and did the 2 - 111 - 03x2, 01x1. Cleaned the ID sensor ass'y (machine is off) inspect the ITB ass'y for possible worn out, cleaned it if found some dried toner. inspect PCU's seems CMY is out of position. usually sp 2-111- xx can resolve the issue if no luck and have some ITB unit to swap then execute sp 2-111-xx for isolation.

    good luck sir. cheers
    fix the customer first then fix the machine... its simple and makes life more easy.

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