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If scanned copies from your Ricoh copier are coming out fuzzy, there are a few possible solutions you can try to fix the issue: Clean the scanner glass: Dust, smudges, or debris on the scanner glass can affect the quality of scanned copies.
Use a lint-free cloth and a mild glass cleaner to clean the glass surface thoroughly. Make sure to remove any fingerprints, dirt, or other substances that might be causing the fuzziness. Check the scanner settings: Verify that the scanner settings are configured correctly.
Ensure the scanning resolution is set to a higher quality or optimal setting for clear and sharp copies. Adjust other relevant settings, such as brightness, contrast, or image enhancement options.
Verify the document quality: If the original document being scanned is of poor quality, it can impact the clarity of the scanned copy. Ensure the original document is clean, free of smudges or marks, and has good print quality.
Update the scanner driver: Outdated scanner drivers can sometimes cause issues with scanning quality. Check the manufacturer's website for the latest driver updates for your Ricoh copier model and install them if available. Updated drivers may improve the scanning performance and output quality.
Perform a copier calibration: Some Ricoh copiers have calibration options that help optimize the scanner's performance. Consult the copier's user manual or contact Ricoh customer support for instructions on performing a calibration procedure specific to your model.
Consider professional servicing: If the problem persists despite attempting the above steps, contacting an experienced technician or Ricoh service center might be beneficial. They can provide more in-depth troubleshooting and diagnose potential hardware or software issues affecting the scanning quality. Consider your copier's user manual for instructions and guidelines tailored to your Ricoh copier model.