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user mode 17 changes language in GR series T4 is an ink overflow condition. You may need to check and clean out ink section of drum. Remove the ink then press reset button. Then turn off and on and re-insert ink. T1 fault was when the latch hadn't disengaged. Back panel off, towards the middle at the bottom there is a small solenoid with a kind of latch/hook. It will be engaged onto a small lever. IF it is the same fault as above, it's really easy to sort, by pushing it off with a screwdriver, as a lever. The way to tell is if the roller under the drum is still engaged. If so, you won't be able to pull out the drum. T3 error code is indication of some kind of problem associated with the clamping mechanism. Most of the time, what happens is that there is a magnet attached to a flag on the rear side of the drum and it has fallen out of place. If you can find the magnet, reattach it with a strong adhesive. Check for smooth operation of the clamp by hand as well and lubricate if necessary. T14 (Clamp Error (2) Clamp Safety SW kept pushed. The 180° angular sensor not turned ON. Clamp Safety SW not pushed. The thing on top of your drum that holds the master down is messed up. Or the dohicky that moves it back and forth in the back of the machine is fubared. good luck, but check and see if there is anything keeping the flap on top of the drum from moving back and forth freely Riso GR 3750 print image slips down from the gripper as much as 1/4" within 1000 copies. This is especially annoying when trying to print a 2 color job. I have to hit the Print Position button twice to the right of center about every 200 sheets just to keep image relatively centered. Is my master slipping? How can I fix this? Your problem is with the pressure roller under the drum. Put a new pressure roller in. Do the adjustments on the attached tech bulletin. You should be good as long as your pressure is set fine. My least favorite adjustment on the Riso by all standards. I would do this at last resort. If you have another print drum put that in and see if the problem still exists. If it does I would check the pressure roller. The bearings go out on this and will cause that problem. Does it do it on all types of paper? It it is only on longer paper you have an issue with the 2nd paper feed not releasing the paper and an adjustment needs to be made. If it does not still do it after changing the drum then it is a drum issue. The clamp could have lost its magnetism and it is not holding on to the master. Or the 0180 magnet could be sticking up.
The only thing I noticed is the Flange drive gear is not at the correct angle and will not fit into the connector inside the Machine. Turn on machine. Test mode is entered by holding down LINE/PHOTO and the M/P buttons during power up. Try putting in the quantity 50 before you start to make a master. Hold down the MP and the LP buttons while the machine is off. This should put you in test mode. but if you do good luck. If you re timed the drum and it goes out of whack again you might want to replace the gear. then I would point to a bad board. I turn off machine & start again.As the machine works this magnet is sticking up and causing the clamp to open a little with each revolution of the drum. GR 3750 won't print. Check the timing marks on the main drive and second paper feed with the black cylinder in the unit and the timing in Home Position. Can anyone help me with re-alignment steps Sounds like the drum timing is off.there are timing marks on the Flange Drive Gear and Flange R that have to be aligned. The Flange alignment markings are slightly off. Reset can be done by holding the reset key down during power up. Good luck and I hope that you do not have to adjust the pressure cradle. I would start with this. It doesn't advance the master material or cut off excess master material. Thus causing the mast to slip. Copyright @Dickson . T2 indicates an elevator motor failure. If all the timing marks line up then I would suggest realigning the Cylinders with themselves starting with the Black Cylinder. Test mode# 102 tests operation of the elevator motor. push Start and get "ready to print" or "ready to make master" over & over again. Type in 90 and press start. For some strange reason the drum will not engage into the machine. Do you have the instructions and the jig? The jig is called the Adjuster 7 [RISO part #: 015-26128-008] and goes through both front [Flange F] and rear [Flange R] . Check tightness on all the screws (Allen/Hex and Phillips) front and back of cylinder. If you can not key in anything then I believe you have a larger problem. When this happens the plastic gear on the drum is sometimes worn or damaged. This is a reset of the machine. If this does not fix it. test copy or make a master. What happens usually the screws on a black cylinder (from use) will loosen and allow migration/movement. I've removed & re-installed the master roll several times. I am having problems inserting a different color drum into a RP3700 . They that and tell me what happens. Some times you have to have a minimum number of copies entered in before the machine will do anything. Take off the back cover and check the lower limit sensor for the paper tray to make sure its not full of dust. Occasionally it reads a T2 code.
This will help . The service mode number is 556. its very delicate and gets cracked very easily and then this same problem occurs.and the service center engineer can only provide you the part as they only have the part as this part is not available locally.as many of my customers are facing the same problem and get it solved like that only by calling the service person and getting the GRA replaced. so to synchronize both. If this adjustment not useful you have to do the mechanical timing on the main drive. The master has been removed.so deep Riso RP 3500 . That will force the machine to start a new cycle. Just be careful not to break the projection bar. Switch it off & then begin again..and then give it a little wiggle while pulling .. Shutting down the machine does not help. To get in use the print position buttons. Yes it will cost near to 1 hour to solve this problem as the error is due to GRA. Is there a manual way to release drum. But the master has been removed. Right now the machine has thinks its in between the cycle. The machine is not seeing the drum turning. Please do rate the solution.don’t be afraid. Drum will not release. The machine does burn a new master but it will not roll it on the drum with the current error.. You will have to go into service mode and release the drum. Be careful when you pull it out that you don’t break the collars on the clamp or projection bar. Rolling on a new master doesn't work.Have you tried to setup the B position on this drum? If you put there too large number you may get T22 message.. that is cracked and that is the problem.. That means the gear rolling assembly. Riso RP 3700 indicates that the master is still on the drum halfway through the master making process and shuts down.. I've been through the technical manuals and they say simply remove the master.. Unplug the machine and leave it unplugged for 2-3 minutes or longer. The part will cost you near to $33. its been told to remove the master. Remove the roller on which the master has been created.. This maneuver will generally reset it. Solution to the error code is? Make sure the drum is seated all the way in the machine and check the drum connector on the drum side and machine side to see if there are any pins damaged.< > and turn on while holding these down. try to re-seat fully .. Copyright @Dickson .Error Code T01-520.. Then plug it back it.
Copyright @Dickson . This drum was working properly up until last night. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The switches can get bent. They go almost completely back in but stop at the very last bit. I am using RISO inks purchased from a RISO dealer. try taping a small piece of paper at the end of the ink tab. I removed one and no cannot get any to go back in. but today it is giving me the error message. did this but error message stays on. in the past I've used a pair of pliers to manually rotate the spindle and set the timing. Is there a way to get the spindle in it's home position? In the service mode run number 60 which is a 15 RPM Drum Rotation. When I do I get an A01-222 error message master mis-feed rewind master roll & reset master in place. The machine is not seeing the drum turning. I read some past posts that seemed like they might be covering similar issues but still couldn't get to the bottom of it and I wasn't sure if it was the exact problem. Anyone have an issue like this before? The ink cartridges have tabs on the end which actuates switches in the drum. While you're running that keep an eye on the spindle in the back of the machine and make sure when you stop the rotation that it is in the 90 degree position with the smaller pin in the up position. Let me know if this works. Error code for Riso rp 3700 t04-513 recovery has failed I am having trouble getting my drums back into my machine. I have a brand new ink cartridge on hand and tried swapping that out with the half-used cartridge but the error message does not clear. it says to press reset key. Turned off machine and pressed start but sequence starts all over again. If you cant get the drum rotation to work.I am getting a T01-520 message. Either one of the tabs broke off or you have a bad switch in the drum. All the female openings on my drums seem to be straight up-anddown.It seems like maybe the male spindle in the back off the machine might be a just slightly off from 180 degrees. I am getting the Error Code "Wrong-Type Ink Cartridge Installed" on my GR3750 when using my orange ink drum. the switch is bent. The machine just tells me to insert a print cylinder. effectively extending the ink tab. if that works. Make sure the drum is seated all the way in the machine and check the drum connector on the drum side and machine side to see if there are any pins damaged. I thought I would ask you all of your help.
Or the stage cover or drum handle detect switches are arcing and causing false jams. the misfeed has the image too low on the page. More test prints will only produce more bad copies. but the banding is quite bed. so I'm guessing it has something to do with the fact that it has not been used in a while. Run a ream of 11x17 on slow speed.. I've tried a load of test prints and printed 50 copies. With the image too low on the paper it makes me believe that the paper is not getting under drum on time. Leave an 2 inches of lead edge white area. Remove feed tire assy and test with a strip of paper rapidly.Make a master with full page fill.. I reset and start again. clean the ink from inside the drum and replace the ink tube with a good one and then run test mode 101. If you can. On the hubs of these wheels there one way bearings if you will.If the pad has a cup feel to it.going from memory here.. Take the master off the drum and clean the screen with something (alcohol.I have a GR3770 that is giving me a problem I have not encountered before. The unit prints between 8 and 12 times and then misfeeds. When it jams see if one of them does not turn. etc). I have tested the Paper detection sensor (Test Code 1) and it passes. Does it jam on all 5 speeds and with different sizes of paper? When it jams how is the reg on the page? Don't worry about the scraper spring but there might be a double feed detection switch in there that is causing your problem. Did the banding Copyright @Dickson . When you remove the 4 screws for the sep assy is there a 2 pin connector you have to disconnect? If there is place tighten the screw all the way so that the actuator never comes close to the slide plate. its time to change it. i have seen them get dirty or fail and cause the problem that you are speaking of. If you can create a non acceptable beep sequence then the sensor is bad. The only thing that got better with printing is the density of the areas that did print ok. I looked at the master on the drum and the banding is clearly visible there More than likely the ink has separated. TM #6 is the paper In sensor. Did you check the feed tires? Watch them while the machine is running. but there are still areas where absolutely no ink is being put down.. Check your feed tires and stripper pad for wear.. The company I bought it off rarely used the red drum.but i think that is the test mode for drum ink up. get the 8-12 prints and it misfeeds again.. Clean the tires with soap and water for better grip . simple green. Have to remove the entire roller to do this. My GR3770 is producing banded prints when I print with the red color drum I have. Or clean and score the 2 springs on the long silver guide roller that are in the 2nd paper feed area.
It comes apart with just some e clips. Not too pricey but I would say at least $400 for a used one. hits feed tires.plz help about this It is not good there is an encoder sensor on the main motor. cardstock Thanks! There is a screw to the left of the feed tire Also if you are lucky enough to have a feed clutch that is the older one with the brown wire you could take this clutch apart and clean it. At high speed encoder is not keeping track.disappear? The ink in the drum has "dried up" and the dispersion tube add ink holes are clogged. RP ERROR CODES Copyright @Dickson . Setting on cardstock does help the problem. I would bet that you will need a new main motor. when the machine stop or paper jam . I think the table is coming up to high. Dirt builds up in her and will cause the art clutch to stick and cause paper jams Feed table height it behind the plastic cover for the normal/cardstock lever. Feed table comes up. feed tire frame hits sensor actuator. One silver screw on a metal slide plate. From the manual TO1-537 the drum failed to stop at position B (overrun) How do I adjust the feed height table on a GR 3750? Just installed new feed tires and stripper pad. ake Can someone help me about this? Only at the 120rpm make this problem. machine give T01. Take the drum shell off and get all the old ink out. But there is no problem more slowly speeds. played with all settings (angle & pressure) and I'm still getting feed problems with 20lb bond letter. Had a few machine do this.537 code. but not fix it entirely.
Codes and they Description T Serviceman-call error T01 Main motor lock T02 Elevator motor lock T03 Clamp motor lock T04 Overflow T05 Print-positioning pulse-motor lock T06 Horizontal pulse-motor lock T07 Digitizer error T08 Computer interface error T09 Option error (paper eject) T10 Option error (paper feed) T11 Pressure-control motor T12 Master-disposal-section motor lock T13 Cutter motor lock T14 Flatbed error T15 ADF error T17 Solenoid counter not connected T19 Thermal-pressure motor lock T20 Paper-ejection-section motor lock T21 Drum-lock error T22 Scanner lock not released T23 Inking motor lock T24 No battery Copyright @Dickson .
T25 MCTL PCB backup error T96 Drum H/W error T98 Hardware error A Jam error A01 Master feed error A02 Master loading error A03 Cutting error A04 Master-disposal error A05 Master present in the master-disposal section A06 Check paper-feed tray A07 Paper-feed error A08 Paper jam on print drum A09 Paper-ejection error A10 ADF original feed error A16 Awaiting master removal A17 Cutter error A18 Print-drum unlocked B Option error B01 Keycard counter: No card B02 Sorter: Error command 1 B03 Sorter: Error command 2 B04 Sorter: Error command 3 B05 Sorter: Error command 4 B06 Multi-tray: Main-unit error B07 Multi-tray: Main-unit error Copyright @Dickson .
B08 Multi-tray: Main-unit error B09 Multi-tray: Main-unit error B10 Multi-tray: Tray-1 error B11 Multi-tray: Tray-1 error B12 Multi-tray: Tray-1 error B13 Multi-tray: Tray-1 error B14 Multi-tray: Tray-1 error B16 Multi-tray: Tray-2 error B17 Multi-tray: Tray-2 error B18 Multi-tray: Tray-2 error B19 Multi-tray: Tray-2 error B20 Multi-tray: Tray-2 error B21 Data storage: Read/write error B22 Job separator: Power off B23 Job separator: No tape B24 Job separator: Tape jam B25 Sorter: Error command 5 B26 Sorter: Error command 6 B27 Sorter: Error command 7 B28 Sorter: Error command 8 C Consumable error C01 Replace ink cartridge C02 Replace master roll C03 Master-disposal box full D Set check error Copyright @Dickson .
Cover not set. E Warning (Serviceman call) E01 Replace battery E02 Maintenance call F F01 F02 F04 F05 F07 F08 F10 F11 F12 F14 Warning (Other) No master on drum Master image larger than paper size Original not set Print quantity under “minimum print quantity” Drum position error Paper size / Original size: Mismatch Master image larger than paper size: 2 Master image larger than paper size: 3 Original size irregular: Triple-Tray Source No paper Copyright @Dickson .D01 Print drum not set D02 Incorrect print drum D03 Ink cartridge not set D04 Incorrect ink cartridge D05 Master not set D07 Master-disposal box not set D08 Master-disposal unit not set D09 Master making unit not set D10 Scanner table not set D11 Front cover not set D12 Feed-joint pass.
F16 F17 F18 F19 F20 F21 F22 F23 F24 F25 F26 F30 F31 F32 F33 F37 F40 F41 F42 G ADF cannot be used for QT-4 Change in drum size Incorrect zoom rate Master image larger than paper size: 4 Master image larger than paper size: 5 ADF multi-up: Original not set FB multi-up: Original not set Communication error: D to P Auto-reproduction size selection: Unable Incorrect image resolution Incorrect paper size: Long-paper mode Multiple paper feed Auto-stack tray error Data storage area full Master image size / Drum size: Mismatch ADF cannot be used in book mode No paper in paper-feed tray: Triple-Tray Source No paper in tray 1: Triple-Tray Source No paper in tray 2: Triple-Tray Source Paper-jam error Copyright @Dickson .
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