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    Re: Login RUI password

    If you do an MMI Clear, all settings that are listed in the “door specs” will go back to factory defaults, so make sure you make note of those settings first, especially if any of them have be...
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    [Misc] Re: Differences between the ex & non ex models

    I would if I still had access to it.

    I was cut off when I left Ricoh last year.
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    Re: Mining company

    And PLEASE let the door hit you in the ass on the way out!!
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    [Misc] Re: Differences between the ex & non ex models

    Thanks for the post, but it may also be useful to post the Product Support Guide.

    It's nowhere near as "techy", and is a great quick and dirty start for the answers.
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    Re: Firmware without SD card

    A little off topic, but I think it may be worth mentioning.

    Some years back, I had a customer with several hundred MP201s that all needed an update, I think it was for PCL. They were scattered all...
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    Re: Firmware without SD card

    Not necessarily.

    He may be accessing the WIM using the customer's intranet, meaning he could get on a remote session with a user's PC, then get to the machine from there; it's something I do all...
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    Re: Firmware without SD card

    That doesn't work so hot if the machine doesn't have Internet access, which is all too common.
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    Re: WIM and Adobe flash player

    I don’t think there is any direct connection.

    I only mentioned it because at one time Flash was required, although it was only used to configure the scan profiles.
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    Re: WIM and Adobe flash player

    Both Ricoh GlobalScan and Streamline (which incorporates GlobalScan) used to require Flash Player. The scan profile designer needed it.

    About a month ago, I installed a trial copy of Streamline in...
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    [Error Code] Re: SP 4510DN with SC899

    I didn't say I was perfect. Close, but not perfect. :p
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    [Error Code] Re: SP 4510DN with SC899

    I've heard those two words should be officially stricken from the English language.

    I totally agree! :)
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    [Error Code] Re: SP 4510DN with SC899

    We're all noobs at one point.
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    Re: Aficio 2022

    With the machine being older than dirt, I would be highly suspect of any rubber or rubber-like feed roller or shaft, as I'm sure they have all deteriorated to a point where they can't feed reliably....
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    [Error Code] Re: SP 4510DN with SC899

    Debs, Can you run an SMC report, and look at SP7403?

    It should show the source of the last error code.

    If it was Java related, it would show “SDK”, along with the code.

    Worth a look. ;)
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    [Error Code] Re: SP 4510DN with SC899

    A bit more detail on my previous post...my customer had about 400 SP5210s scattered around the country. About 1/3 of them had the issue, maybe less. They were all installed over a 6 month or so...
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    [Error Code] Re: SP 4510DN with SC899

    This will sound weird, but does the machine have a Java card in it? I’m not sure it’s an option for this model.

    Even if it’s not being used, it can cause SC899 codes.

    I had a bunch of 5210s at...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Hey, Slim, refresh my memory...Didn’t that require the (much misunderstood) file format converter option in the copier?

    The file format converter is an actual circuit board, with no external...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    That’s really easy and convenient, but only some makes and models support this. I wish more did.

    I can say for sure that Ricoh never has.
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    Re: Any old old school copier techs here?

    Gotcha...I forgot about the reduction/enlargement dial. ;)
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    Re: Any old old school copier techs here?

    The PPC-1 was a projection print camera, not an office copier.

    The first Canon copier was the NP-L7, introduced in 1972.

    It had a “sheet mode” feature, which would make one copy only of...
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    Re: Any old old school copier techs here?

    By “dial”, were you referring to the dial on the cartridge that progressively turned from green to red? There was an “odometer-like” mechanism that progressed the dial by counting drum revolutions.
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    One thing you can’t do is scan to a mapped folder on a workstation.

    In other words, if there is a folder on a server that is shared out to a workstation, you have to scan directly to the server,...
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    Re: Any old old school copier techs here?

    The scanner drive assembly was a rats’ nest of solenoids, springs, gears and clutches. They failed frequently. Fortunately, it was all one assembly.

    It was fairly complicated to replace, but not...
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    Re: Any old old school copier techs here?

    I remember the Katun test chart to be made of metal, and nearly indestructible. Too bad it wasn’t “lose or leave it behind” proof.
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    Re: Any old old school copier techs here?

    Yes, it was.

    I went to the first Canon class (at least in Chicago) for the original PC10 and PC20. The PC10 had no cassette, and was manual feed only. The 25 was released some time later.

    The...
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