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Hi all

Where do you put the fuse oil in a ricoh 1224c mfp

Thanks Davy
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At the rear side of the machine, there's a little cover with behind it the fuser oil bottle. Fill it until the level reaches the markings on the bottle.

http://www.copytechnet.com/forums/ricoh-savin-gestetner/53273-how-top-up-fuser-oil-ricoh-1224c.html

hope that helps
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