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I need to find the key operator code for a Ricoh 2045

Posted on 2009-05-05
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I moved into an office where the copier has been used only as a copier.  I am setting it up to scan into our network and since this copier came from another office a while back nobody knows what the "key operator code" is.  How do we reset this?
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Press in sequence the following keys: Yellow key 1 0 7 and in the the end press and hold the red key until the panel changes.
choose copy sp on the panel
press SP-7XXX (Data log)
press page down until you find 7810
Press 7810 (Acess code clear)
press EXECUTE
Press exit  twice (to exit service mode)

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