Sharp AR-C240P Specifications

S E R V IC E MA NUA L
C OD E : S M -A R C 240P -1
DIG IT A L C O L O R L E D P R INT E R
MODE L
A R -C 240P
C O NT E NT S
[1] C ONF IG UR AT IONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
[2] P AR T S R E P LAC E ME NT . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
[3] ADJ US T ME NT S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
[4] R E G ULAR MAINT E NANC E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
[5] T R OUB LE S HOOT ING P R OC E DUR E S. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
[6] C ONNE C T ION DIAG R AM .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
[7] AP P E NDIX A INT E R F AC E S P E C IF IC AT IONS . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
[8] AP P E N DIX B 2ND/3R D T R AY MAINT E NANC E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
[9] AP P E NDIX C E R R OR ME S S AG E S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
[10] P AR T S G UIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
P arts marked with “ ” are important for maintaining the s afety of the s et. B e s ure to replace thes e parts with
s pecified ones for maintaining the s afety and performance of the s et.
S HA R P C OR P OR A T ION
T his document has been publis hed to be us ed
for after s ales s ervice only.
T he contents are s ubject to change without notice.
CONTENTS
1. CONFIGURATIONS ......................................................................................... 6
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
System Configuration ....................................................................................................... 6
Printer Configuration ........................................................................................................ 7
Supplies and Consumables.............................................................................................. 8
Specifications ................................................................................................................... 9
2. PARTS REPLACEMENT ................................................................................ 17
2.1
2.2
2.3
Precautions in Replacing Parts ...................................................................................... 17
Parts layout .................................................................................................................... 19
Replacing Parts .............................................................................................................. 25
2.3.1 Top Cover ......................................................................................................... 27
2.3.2 LED Head / LED Spring / Post-Guide ............................................................... 28
2.3.3 Top Cover Unit ................................................................................................. 29
2.3.4 Control Panel Assy/ Control Panel Bezel/ LED Control PWB/ Toner Sensors/
Stacker Full Sensor/ Control Panel/ Control Panel Tape Harness/
Eject Rollers ..................................................................................................... 30
2.3.5 Top Cover Handle/ Top Cover Latch/ Top Cover Latch Spring ........................ 31
2.3.6 Eject Guide Assy .............................................................................................. 32
2.3.7
Cassette Assy/ Front Cover Assy/ Front Cover Inner Baffle ........................... 33
2.3.8 Retard Pad Assy/ Retard Pad Assy Spring ...................................................... 34
2.3.9 Feed Roller and Nudger Roller ......................................................................... 35
2.3.10 Rear Cover ....................................................................................................... 36
2.3.11 Face-Up Tray .................................................................................................... 37
2.3.12 Left Side Cover ................................................................................................. 38
2.3.13 Right Side Cover .............................................................................................. 39
2.3.14 Multipurpose Tray Assy/ Multipurpose Tray Cover Assy/ Links/
Multipurpose Tray Top Cover/ Multipurpose Tray Drive Gear .......................... 40
2.3.15 Drum Contact Assys ......................................................................................... 41
2.3.16 Media Thickness Sensor Assy ......................................................................... 42
2.3.17 Registration Roller Assy (A)/ Registration Drive Gear (A) ................................ 43
2.3.18 Registration Roller Assy (B) ............................................................................. 44
2.3.19 Registration Clutch and Registration Motor Assy ............................................. 45
2.3.20 Main Cooling Fan ............................................................................................. 46
2.3.21 Color Registration Sensor Assy........................................................................ 47
2.3.22 Duplex Guide Assy ........................................................................................... 48
2.3.23 Electrical Chassis Cooling Fan ......................................................................... 49
2.3.24 Printer Engine Controller PWB ......................................................................... 50
2.3.25 Printer Unit Chassis .......................................................................................... 51
2.3.26 Entrance Cassette Sensor Actuator ................................................................. 52
2.3.27 Entrance Sensor PWB ...................................................................................... 53
2.3.28 Entrance MT Sensor Actuator / Entrance Belt Sensor Actuator /
Entrance Waste Chassis Sensor Actuator ...................................................... 54
2.3.29 Fuser Exit Roller ............................................................................................... 55
2.3.30 Exit Sensor Assy .............................................................................................. 56
2.3.31 Fuser Latching Handle (L) ................................................................................ 57
2.3.32 Belt Motor Assy ................................................................................................ 58
2.3.33 Fuser Latching Handle (R) ............................................................................... 59
2.3.34 Main Motor Assy ............................................................................................... 60
2.3.35 Main Feeder Drive Motor .................................................................................. 61
2.3.36 Contact Assy/ Left Plate Assy .......................................................................... 62
2.3.37 Low Voltage Power Supply ............................................................................... 63
2.3.38 High voltage power supply ............................................................................... 64
2.3.39 Main Feed Assy ................................................................................................ 65
2.3.40 Cassette/ Left Guide Assy ................................................................................ 66
2.3.41 Cassette/ Right Guide Assy.............................................................................. 67
2.3.42 Fuser Unit ......................................................................................................... 68
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2.3.43
2.3.44
2.3.45
2.3.46
2.3.47
Belt Unit ............................................................................................................ 69
Duplex Unit ....................................................................................................... 70
Guide Rails (L) and (R) ..................................................................................... 71
Duplex Transport Assembly ............................................................................. 72
CU Assy ............................................................................................................ 74
3. Adjustment .................................................................................................... 76
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
System Maintenance MENU .......................................................................................... 76
3.0.1 ID Check Pattern Printing ( " TEST PRINT MENU " item ) ............................... 77
Maintenance Mode and Functions ................................................................................. 77
3.1.1 Maintenance menu ........................................................................................... 77
3.1.2 Engine maintenance mode ............................................................................... 79
3.1.2.1 Operator panel .................................................................................. 79
3.1.2.2 Normal self-diagnostic mode (Level 1) .............................................. 79
3.1.2.2.1 Entering self-diagnostic mode (Level 1) ............................ 80
3.1.2.2.2 Exiting the self-diagnostic mode ....................................... 80
3.1.2.3 Switch scan test ................................................................................ 80
3.1.2.4 Motor clutch test ................................................................................ 84
3.1.2.5 Test print ........................................................................................... 86
3.1.2.6 Initializing NVM ................................................................................. 90
3.1.2.7 Displaying the consumables counter ................................................ 91
3.1.2.8 Displaying the consumables continuation counter ............................ 91
3.1.2.9 Panel display details ......................................................................... 92
3.1.3 Various print jobs with single printer unit attached with a controller ................. 97
Adjustment After Replacing Parts .................................................................................. 98
3.2.1 Precautions in replacing the engine control board ........................................... 98
3.2.2 Precautions in replacing EEPROM ................................................................... 98
3.2.3 Replacing EEPROM after replacing the TIG board .......................................... 99
3.2.4 Destination Setting (Checking Metod: Printing Demo Page) ............................ 99
3.2.5 Recovery Flash ROM data on TIG board ....................................................... 100
Adjusting the Density ....................................................................................................100
Paper Thickness Detection Sensitivity Adjustment and Media Thickness Detection
Value Check ..................................................................................................................101
3.4.1 Applicable Operating Systems and Interfaces, and File Required ................. 101
3.4.2 Setting ............................................................................................................ 102
3.4.2.1 Menu Setting ....................................................................................102
3.4.2.2 Media Setting ...................................................................................104
3.4.2.3 Sensitivity Adjustment ..................................................................... 105
3.4.2.4 Actions for NG Sensitivity Adjustment ............................................. 106
3.4.3 Inputting the density of the calibration chip for density detection ................... 107
3.4.3.1 Density Adjustment Menu Setting ................................................... 107
3.4.4 Electronic Serial Number Input ....................................................................... 109
4. regular maintenance ................................................................................... 110
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Parts Replaced Regularly ............................................................................................ 110
Cleaning ....................................................................................................................... 110
Cleaning the LED Lens Array ...................................................................................... 110
Cleaning the Pick-up Roller ......................................................................................... 110
5. Troubleshooting Procedures ..................................................................... 111
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Precautions before troubleshooting ............................................................................. 111
Precautions before handling an abnormal image ........................................................ 111
Precautions upon handling an abnormal image ........................................................... 111
Preparing for Troubleshooting ..................................................................................... 112
Troubleshooting Procedure .......................................................................................... 112
5.5.1 LCD message list ........................................................................................... 113
5.5.2 Preparing for troubleshooting ......................................................................... 119
5.5.3 Troubleshooting for abnormal images ............................................................ 130
Fuse check ................................................................................................................... 145
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6. CONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................ 146
6.1
6.2
Resistance Checks ...................................................................................................... 146
Program/Font ROM Layouts ........................................................................................ 150
APPENDIX A INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS ................................................. 156
1.
2.
Parallel Interface Specifications ................................................................................... 156
1.1
Parallel Interface ..............................................................................................156
1.2
Parallel Interface Connector and Cable .......................................................... 156
1.3
Parallel Interface Level ................................................................................... 156
1.4
Timing Charts ................................................................................................. 157
1.5
Parallel I/F Signals .......................................................................................... 158
Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface Specifications .................................................... 159
2.1
USB Interface ................................................................................................. 159
2.2
USB Interface Connector and Cable .............................................................. 159
2.3
USB Interface Signals .................................................................................... 159
APPENDIX B 2ND/3RD TRAY MAINTENANCE .............................................. 160
1.
2.
Parts Replacement ...................................................................................................... 160
1.1
Cover Idle Roller Assy .................................................................................... 160
1.2
PCB ................................................................................................................ 161
1.3
Feeder Drive Assy .......................................................................................... 162
2nd/3rd Tray PARTS LIST ............................................................................ 163
APPENDIX C ERROR MESSAGES ................................................................. 165
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Error messages ........................................................................................................... 165
Error messages : Color, Media Detect ......................................................................... 172
Warning messages : usage, media .............................................................................. 175
Warning messages : Job Account ................................................................................ 176
Other Warning .............................................................................................................. 177
PARTS GUIDE.................................................................................................................180
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IDE
I/F(HDD)
4 ⋅ RAM
DIMM
Note Option Slot:
LAN Card made by JCI
DC Fan
Note
2 ⋅ Option Slots
USB I/F
Belt
Unit
Fuser
Unit
Low Voltage
Power Unit
Y-ID
Unit
Figure 1-1
M-ID
Unit
High Voltage
Power Unit
C-ID
Unit
Duplex
Unit
K-ID
Unit
2nd/3rd Tray
M
M
M
Y ID
M
M
M
MT/
K ID Registration Hopping
< advanced Sensors,>
Media Thickness Detection
Density Detection
Color Misalignment Detectin
<Sensors, Switches and Thermistors>
Paper size sensor (4 bits)
Paper empty sensor
Paper near empty sensor
MT paper empty sensor
FF home switch
Loading sensor 1
Loading sensor 2
M ID
System Configuration
Engine Control
M
M
C ID
1.1
3 ⋅ ROM
DIMMs
Heat
Belt
Pulse Motor
CONFIGURATIONS
Centronics I/F
Operator Panel
Junction Board
LED Head
1.
Figure 1-1 shows the system configuration of the ARC200P.
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1.2
Printer Configuration
The inside of the printers is composed of the followings:
•
•
•
•
•
Electrophotographic Processor
Paper Paths
Controller Block (CU and PU)
Operator Panel
Power Units (High Voltage Unit and Low Voltage Unit)
Figure 1-2 shows the printer configuration.
B
A
B
A
Figure 1-2
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1.3 Supplies and Consumables
Quantity
Product Code
Description
AR-C20TBU
Black Toner Cartridge
1
AR-C20TCU
Cyan Toner Cartridge
1
AR-C20TMU
Magenta Toner Cartridge
1
AR-C20TYU
Yellow Toner Cartridge
1
AR-C20BDR
Black Image Drum
1
AR-C20CDR
Cyan Image Drum
1
AR-C20MDR
Magenta Image Drum
1
AR-C20YDR
Yellow Image Drum
1
AR-C20TB1
Transfer Belt
1
AR-C20FU1
Fuser Unit
Deluxe Printer Cabinet
(with Door)
1
AR-C20ABD
Estimated Yield
10,000
Images/Cartridge
10,000
Images/Cartridge
10,000
Images/Cartridge
10,000
Images/Cartridge
Comments
@ 5% Image
Area
@ 5% Image
Area
@ 5% Image
Area
@ 5% Image
Area
(Customer
30,000 Images/Unit replaceable)
(Customer
30,000 Image/Unit
replaceable)
(Customer
30,000 Images/Unit replaceable)
(Customer
30,000 Images/Unit replaceable)
(Customer
60,000 Images/Belt replaceable)
(Customer
60,000 Images/Belt replaceable)
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Option Configuration
The followings are available as options on the ARC200P.
(1)
2nd Tray/ 3rd Tray (AR-C20PFU)
(2)
Duplex Unit (AR-C20ADU)
(3)
Expansion Memory SHP16x64S133C3 (128MB)
SHP32x64S133C3-B (256MB)
SHP64x64S133C3 (512MB)
(4) Internal Hark Disk (AR-C20HD)
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1.4
Specifications
(1) External Dimensions
Height: 430mm Width: 430mm Length: 620mm
(2) Weight
42 kg
(3) Papers
Type:
Size:
(4) Print Speed
Color: 20 pages per minute (Transparency: 8 pages per minute)
Monochrome: 24 pages per minute (Transparency: 12 pages per minute)
Postal Card, Label, Thick Paper: 12 pages per minute
(5) Resolution
600 ⋅ 600 dots per inch
(6) Power Input
115 - 127 V , 220 - 240 V
(7) Power Consumption
Peak: 1500W
Idle: 150W
(8) Frequency
50Hz or 60Hz ±2Hz
(9) Noise
Operation:
56 dB (Without second tray)
Standby:
45 dB
Power Saving: 43 dB
(10) Consumable Life
Toner Cartridge: 5,000 pages (5% duty) (each of Y, M, C and K)
Large-Capacity Toner Cartridge: 10,000 pages (5% duty)
(each of Y, M, C and K)
Image Drum:
30,000 pages (5% duty, Continuous printing)
(each of Y, M, C and K)
Ordinary paper, Transparencies (Recommended: MLOHP01)
Postal card, Legal 13" or 14", Executive, A4, A5, B5, A6 (Only
the 1st tray and the front feeder support A6 and postal-card
sizes.)
Weight: 1st tray 55 kg to 151 kg (64 to 176g/m2)
Front feeder 55 kg to 172 kg (64 to 203g/ m2)
(11) Parts Replaced Periodically
Normal Operation:
500W (5% duty)
Power Saving Mode: 45W or less
Fuser Unit Assy:
Every 60,000 pages
Belt Cassette Assy: Equivalent of 60,000 pages (3 pages/job)
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(12) Temperatures and Relative Humidities
Temperature
Temperature Condition
Temperature( F) Temperature( C)
Operation
Remark
50 to 89.6
10 to 32
17 to 27 C
(Temperatures to assure full
color print quality)
Non-Operation
32 to 109.4
0 to 43
Power-off
Storage (Max. One Year)
-14 to 109.4
-10 to 43
With drum and toner
Transport (Max. One Month)
-20 to 122
-29 to 50
With drum and without toner
Transport (Max. One Month)
-20 to 122
-29 to 50
With drum and toner
Humidity
Humidity Condition
Relative Humidity
(%)
Max. Wet-Bulb
Temperature( C)
Operation
20 to 80
25
Non-Operation
10 to 90
26.8
Storage
10 to 90
35
Transport
10 to 90
40
Remark
50 to 70% (Humidities to assure full
color print quality)
Power-off
(13) Printer Life 600,000 pages (on a A4-size basis) or five years
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FAN2 (Pow)
FAN1 (Pr)
Density
Z7R
Z7L
5P
Plate Senosr
Paper Tray 1 Paper Empty
Paper Tray 2 Near Empty
Y Fuse
14P
M Fuse
N71 Board
C Fuse
R71 board
HOP(INSNS1)
PAPIN(INSNS2)
PSWR(WRSNS)
TNRFUL
red
Blue
Gray
7P
YELLOW
7P BLUE
OPTION
DUP
INSENS
22P
7P
WHITE
BLUE 7P
14P
14P
3P 3P
yellow
7P BLUE
16P
ID
PARTTEMP
FCOVER
red
red
2P
16P
blue
blue
CUIF
2P
3P
3P
26P
POWER
yellow
yellow
FAN5
FAN7
4P
BLUE
C IDU
Motor
Upper Cover
Open Microswitch
16P
Paper Size
Sensor
PXC-Board
6P
HVOLT
PCB-K7N
PSIZE
3P DUPLEX
Front Cover
Open
Microswitch
7P
WHITE
4P
9P
14P 10P
16P
2P
3P
8P
yellow
SHUTTER HOPFF DCL
2P
4P
RED
M IDU
Motor
4P
YELLOW
Y IDU
Motor
Exit solenoid
4P
BLACK
K IDU
Motor
Main Motor Assy
shutter clutch
4P
WHITE
FF/Regist
Motor
Cord 7
4P
RED
Hopping
Motor
X7N board
cable40
V71 Board
Motor
Clutch Main
Regist
clutch
4P
yellow
4P
green
Exit sensor
Duplex Unit
9P
Paper
thickness
HUM
TEMP
OHP Sen.
3P WHITE
3P
Up/Down
2
BLUE
MBF Paper Empty
MBF Stage
Manual Bypass Feeder (MBF)
MPOW2
3P
YPOW2
3P
KPOW2
Y LED HEAD
K Fuse
JODEN
FSENS
RSENS
Control Panel
yellow
3P
YPOW
6P
K1200
Y1200
Belt
Fuse
yellow
JODEN REG
CPOW
6P
FAN8
red
BEL THET
Toner Sensor (Y73-board)
FAN2
8P
red
RCL
TR10P
OPTN
K LED HEAD
RSNS FAN1
FSENS
FEED
KPOW
COVOPN
yellow
M LED HEAD
MPOW
M1200
C1200
black
FAN4
PANEL
red
TNRK
red
TNRY
FAN
WHITE
6
14P
3P
STUCKFULL
Sns.
FAN
FAN(LEFT)
FAN
ROM
TIG board
RAM
YELLOW
Heat
Motor
Belt Motor Assy
Belt
Motor
4
3P
CPOW2
16P
OPTN
C LED HEAD
TNRM
LAN
HDD
16P
26P
CENTRO
USB
CN2
10P
10
High -voltage
power supply
CN2
CN3
Low-voltage
power supply
CN1
TNRC
CN1
STUCK POWER
CN5
3P
AC Switch
FAN0
AC
2.
OPERATION DESCRIPTION
The C7500/C7300 of printers, tandem color electrophotographic page printers, adopt technologies
such as an LED array, OPC, dry single-component non-magnetic developing, roller transfer and
heat-compression fusing. A black-writing printing method by shedding light on print areas is used.
Figure 2-1-1(600dpi) provides the block diagram of the printer.
Figure 2-1-1 600dpi
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PPC
750cx
Core:2.5V
I/O:3.3V
CPU I/O:2.5V
CA1 LSI
MHM
2030-003
(uPD856
11N7)
Cont
internal
to each LSI
Crystal
Resonator
33MHz
48MHz
to USB
CA1CLK
2.5V
100MHz
D [63:0]
D
[15:0]
D [63:0]
A,Cont
14.31818MHz
setting Resister
CPU CLK
b Line Address. Cont
D [63:0]
a Line Address. Cont
SDRAMCLK×12
3.3V 100MHz
SDRAM DIMM ×3
SUB Bus A/D [31:0], Cont
PLL702-01
D [63:0]
A [31:0]
I/O 2.5V
2.5V
PST596 + Core:1.8V
MPUCLK
(PU12V)
I/O:2.5V 2.5V
100MHz
PST596
(+5V)
M62733ML
(PU3V)
74LVC04
3.3V
Regulator
2.5V
Regulator
1.8V
Reset IC
Regulator
1.8V
3.3V
12V
200
pin
PU-CU I/F To C2 LSI
Panel I/F From C2 LSI
Video I/F From PU
RAMCLK
From 702
C2516
Flash
Video Data K, Y, M, C
2.5V
DRCLK
3.3V
100MHz
Mask 32bit ×2
PU-CU
5V
3.3V
PLL102-5
33MHz ×5
ROM DIMM ×2
3
SPD
[2]
[1]
[0]
to PU
to PU
33MHz 3.3V ×4
33MHz 3.3V
EEPROM
SUB Bus
1 2
C2 LSI
PU-CU Command I/F
Panel I/F
MHM2031-002
33MHz
Local
PCI PCI BUS [31:0]
Slot
33MHz
LVC
161284
48MHz
[15:0] L60851
IDE
HDD
FPGA
for IDE
CENT
PCI
Reset
33MHz
[15:0]
[7:0]
C
e
n
t
r
o
USB
2.1
Main Board (TIG PWB)
Figure 2-2 provides the block diagram of the main control board (TIG PWB).
Figure 2-2
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(1)
CPU
The CPU is PowerPC750CXe, a 64-bit bus RISC processor, which inputs an 100-MHz CLK
(= BUS CLK), and operates at 450MHz that is 4.5 times the input.
(2)
Cache
PPC750Cxe has its cache only inside of it.
Speed:
Same as CPU Core CLK speed
Capacity:
Primary Cache:
32 K bytes in D-cache capacity, 32 K bytes in I-cache capacity
Secondary Cache: 256 K bytes
(3)
ROM
ROM is to be inserted into the two 168 pin DIMM slots. The slot A is for program ROM and
the slot B is for Japanese kanji fonts. The slot C is not assigned.
(4)
RAM
RAM is to be inserted into the three 168 pin DIMM slots. The DIMMs must be fitted in
descending labeled type No. order into the slots 1, 3, 2 and 4.
SDRAM DIMM Specifications:
Speed: PC133 or more
Capacity: 64/128/256/512 MB
Configuration: Without parity. Without ECC. SPD information is required.
(5)
EEPROM
EEPROM, an 8-pin DIP package, is to be inserted into the IC socket. The EEPROM is of 16
Kbits for 3.3V power supply, and settings for controlling the controller block are stored in it.
(6)
Flash ROM
A 4Mbyte flash ROM is surface-mounted on the TIG board. The flash ROM is composed of
four 2048k-by-16bit chips, and fonts and macros can be stored in it.
(7)
Memory Control LSI (CAI)
A 696-pin BGA package ASIC made by NEC. The chip mainly controls a CPU I/F, memory,
video data compression and decompression, and a PU-video I/F.
(8)
Interface Control LSI (C2)
A BGA package ASIC made by Toshiba, which controls a PU command I/F, operator panel
I/F, IDE I/F, Centronics I/F, USB I/F, PCI I/F, EEPROM and a SPD (SDRAM DIMM) I/F.
(9)
IDE HDD
An IDE connector is surface-mounted on the board to which an IDE HDD assembled using
exclusive molds will be connected. The IDE HDD is used for storing font data, spooling edited
video data and registering form data.
(10) PCI Bus Option
Two PCI I/F slots are provided for option board use. The bus, which uses an Oki Data original
connector, can accept an Ethernet board.
(11) Host Interface
Standard:
Centronics two-way parallel I/F (IEEE-1284-compliant)
USB (USB1.1-compliant)
Additional Board: (connected to PCI BUS) Ethernet Board
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2.2
Engine Controller Board (K7N PWB)
28MHz
OPTION TRAY
FLASH
PAPER THICKNESS
SENSOR
SRAM
COROR REGISTRATION
SENSOR
HEAT ROLLER TEMP
OHP
TEMPATURE
HUMIDITY
HEAD TEMP
EEPROM
ANALOG
SW
DENSITY
COVER OPEN
(UPPER, STACKER, RIGHT SIDE)
CONTROL
PANEL
CPU
INT
MOTOR
DRIVER
MSM66Q577
CLK
1ST TRAY SENSORS
(PAPER END, PAPER NEAR END)
PULSE
MOTOR *9
MOTOR
DRIVER
RESET
PAPER FEED SYSTEM SENSORS
(PAPER FEED, PAPER
REGISTRATION, EJECT)
MT SENSORS
(STAGE POSITION, PAPER END)
MCON
GEARED
MOTOR
LSI
CLUTCH
PU FAN
FUSER FAN
DUPLEX
DISPOSAL TONER SENSOR
ID, BELT,
FUSER
CHECKS
PAPER SIZE
STACKER FULL
HIGH VOLTAGE POWER
SUPPLY SERIAL INTERFACE
CU
32MHz
CLOCK
GENERATOR
LED HEAD (K)
DCON
SDRAM
LSI
SDRAM
LED HEAD (Y)
LED HEAD (M)
LED HEAD (C)
Figure 2-3
The engine control block (PU) is controlled by the engine controller board (K71 PWB) which
consists of a CPU (MSM66Q577), general LSI chip, flash ROM, EEPROM, pulse motor drivers and
a video memory (see Figure 2-3).
(1)
CPU
This, a 16-bit CPU with an AD converter (OKI MSM66Q577), controls the entire system.
(2)
General LSI
This LSI (UPD65454GD-241-LML, UPD65946GD-137-LML), which is contained in the
printer engine control block, incorporates 4 megabits of video memory and has functions
such as engine-controller interfacing, LED interfacing, motor control, sensor input, video
memory control, main scan color misalignment correction, skew correction and high-voltage
power supply control.
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(3)
MCON LSI
This LSI is used for inport of SENSORs and the cntrols of Pulse Motors,Cluches,FANs and
High Voltage Power Suply.
(4)
Flash ROM
The flash ROM (29F800-70) is of 8-Mbits, and PU programs are stored in it.
(5)
EEPROM
The EEPROM (NM93C66N-NW) is of 4-Kbits, and mounted on the board with an IC socket.
Correction values are stored in it.
(6)
Pulse Motor Driver
The pulse motor driver (A2919SLBTR, A3955SLBTR,MTD2005) drives the eight pulse
motors to revolve the ID and transport media.
(7) SRAM
This SRAM (628100LG-55L) is used as working memory of the CPU.
(8) SDRAM
This SRAM (56V16160T) is used as data memory of the DCON LSI.
2.3
Power Units
There are a low voltage power unit consists of an AC filter circuit, low voltage power circuit and
heater driver circuit, and a high voltage power unit organizes a high voltage power circuit.
(1)
Low Voltage Power Unit
This circuit generates the following voltages:
Output Voltage
(2)
Use for
+5 V
LED head
+5 V
Logic circuit power supply, PU CPU
+34 V
Motor, drive voltage and power supply voltage for high voltage power supply
+12 V
High voltage power supply, Media Thickness Sensor power supply
High Voltage Power Unit
This circuit generates the following voltages of not less than +34V, which are required for
electrophotographic process, according to control sequences from the controller board.
Output
Voltage
Use for
CH
-1000V to 1.4KV+/-50V
Voltage to charging roller
DB
-50 to -300V/ +300V
Voltage to developing roller
SB
-300V to -450V/ 0V
Voltage to toner supplying roller
TR
C: 0KV to 7KV
Voltage to transfer roller
Remark
Variable
K,Y,M: 0KV to 6KV
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2.
PARTS REPLACEMENT
This section describes the procedure for replacing the parts, assemblies and units in the field. The
replacing procedure is given for detachment. To attach, use the reverse procedure.
2.1
Precautions in Replacing Parts
(1)
Before replacing the parts, be sure to remove the AC cable and the interface cable.
(a) To remove the AC cable, always use the following procedure.
i) Flip the power switch of the printer off (to “O”).
ii) Pull the AC inlet plug of the AC cable out of the AC receptable.
iii) Remove the AC cable and the interface cable from the printer.
(b) To connect the printer again, always use the following procedure.
i) Connect the AC cable and the interface cable to the printer.
ii) Insert the AC inlet plug into the AC receptacle.
iii) Flip the power switch of the printer on (to “I”).
Disconnect
Connect
(2)
Do not disassemble the printer so long as it operates properly.
(3)
Minimize the disassembly. Do not detach parts other than those shown in the replacing procedure.
(4)
For maintenance, use designated tools.
(5)
Follow the order instructed to disassemble the printer. Incorrect order may damage the parts.
(6)
Small parts such as screws and collars tend to get lost, so temporarily place and fix them in
their original positions.
(7)
When handling ICs and circuit boards such as microprocessors, ROMs and RAMs, do not use
gloves that likely to have static.
(8)
Do not place the printed circuit boards directly on the printer or the floor.
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[Maintenance Tools]
Table 2-1 lists tools necessary to replace the printed circuit boards and the units.
Table 2-1 Maintenance Tools
No.
Service Tools
Q' ty
Place of use
1
No. 1-100 Philips
screwdriver
1
2~2.5 mm screws
2
No. 2-200 Philips
screwdriver, Magnetized
1
3~5 mm screws
3
No. 3-100 screwdriver
1
4
No. 5-200 screwdriver
1
5
Digital multimeter
1
6
Pliers
1
7
Handy cleaner
1
8
LED Head cleaner
1
9
High voltage probe
1
Transparency sheet
( thickness premeasured)
0ZZ42404301//
1
Adjustment for Media
Thickness sensor
11
Stage height adjustment jig
0ZZ42423701//
1
Adjustment for Media
Thickness sensor
12
-Microdriver
2.0mm
1
Adjustment for Lever
adjust
(Media Thickness)
10
Label
Remarks
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2.2
Parts layout
B
A
B
A
Figure 2-1
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[Top Cover Assy]
Figure 2-2
20 /
[Printer Unit-1/2]
A
A
Figure 2-3
21 /
[Printer Unit-2/2]
Figure 2-4
22 /
[Cassette Guide Assy (L),(R)]
A
C
C’
B
A
B
C
C’
Figure 2-5
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[Duplex Unit]
D
C
B
G
A
F
D
C
E
G
B
F
A
E
Figure 2-6
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2.3
Replacing Parts
This section describes how to replace the parts and assemblies shown in the following disassembling system diagram.
AR-C200P
Print Engine Controller PWB (2.3.23)
x4
LED Assy (2.3.2)
Low Voltage Power Supply (2.3.36)
High Voltage Power Supply (2.3.37)
0ZZ41940001// 0ZZ40839001//
Printer NIP Left Cassette Guide Assy (2.3.40)
0ZZ40839406//
Right Cassette Guide Assy (2.3.41)
0ZZ40371302//
0ZZ40839801//
Feed Roller (2.3.9)
Main Feed Assy (2.3.39)
0ZZ40325401//
Main Feeder Drive Gear (2.3.39)
0ZZ40313202//
Nudger Roller (2.3.9)
0ZZ40844306//
Regist Roller Assy (A) (2.3.17)
0ZZ41940201//
Printer Unit
0ZZ41128101//
Insurator
0ZZ42153101//
Main Cooling Fan Assy (2.3.20)
2381023P0003
HV Tape Harness
40847306
Main Motor Assy (2.3.34)
40848801
Transport (Transfer) Belt Motor Assy (2.3.32)
0ZZ40850201//
Contact Assy (2.3.36)
0ZZ41303606//
Left Plate Assy (2.3.36)
0ZZ40864301//
Rear Cover (2.3.10)
0ZZ40864411//
Left Side Cover (2.3.12)
0ZZ40864503//
Right Side Cover (2.3.13)
0ZZ40864601//
Front Cover Assy (2.3.7)
41042501
Front Cover Inner Baffle (2.3.7)
0ZZ41374902//
Face Up Tray (2.3.11)
0ZZ40864901//
Frame Assy - Release
A
Plastic Slide (2.3.41)
0ZZ40349101//
Cassette Guide Pivot (L) (2.3.41)
0ZZ40349701//
Plastic Roller (2.3.41)
0ZZ40928101//
Cassette Spring (2.3.41)
Plastic Slide (2.3.40)
0ZZ40349102//
Cassette Guide Pivot (R) (2.3.40)
0ZZ40349701//
Plastic Roller (2.3.40)
0ZZ40928101//
Cassette Spring (2.3.40)
Cassette Lock (2.3.40)
Cassette Lock (2.3.41)
Cassette Lock Spring (2.3.40)
Cassette Lock Spring (2.3.41)
Foot (2.3.40)
Foot (2.3.41)
0ZZ40368304//
Paper Size Sensing PWB PXC (2.3.41)
0ZZ50928901//
Paper Size Actuator (2.3.41)
0ZZ41143701//
Duplex Assy Ground contact (2.3.41)
0ZZ41309106//
2nd Tray Connector (2.3.41)
0ZZ41285701//
0ZZ41275901//
Plate Assy-SW(Front) (2.3.41)
Microswitch-Assy (2.3.41)
0ZZ41940301//
Printer Chassis (2.3.17)
0ZZ40844307//
Regist Roller Assy (B) (2.3.18)
0ZZ40845801//
Registration Motor Assy (2.3.19)
0ZZ41187102//
Registration Clutch (2.3.19)
0ZZ40859201//
Duplex Guide Assy (2.3.22)
0ZZ40848501//
Main Feeder Drive Gear A (2.3.35)
0ZZ40848601//
Main Feeder Drive Gear B (2.3.35)
0ZZ40846001//
Main Feeder Motor (2.3.35)
0ZZ40841401//
Fuser Latching Handle (R) (2.3.33)
0ZZ40841501//
Fuser Latching Handle Spring (2.3.33)
0ZZ40841301//
Fuser Latching Handle (L) (2.3.31)
0ZZ40841501//
Fuser Latching Handle Spring (2.3.31)
0ZZ40841601//
Entrance Sensor Actuator #1 (2.3.26)
0ZZ40841701//
Entrance Sensor Actuator #2 (2.3.28)
0ZZ40841801//
Entrance Senspr Actuator #3 (2.3.28)
0ZZ42199601//
Waste Toner Sensor Actuator (2.3.28)
0ZZ41253601//
Duplex Gate solenoid Assy (2.3.29)
0ZZ41968701//
Registration Shutter Solenoid Assy
0ZZ41944201//
Registration Shutter
0ZZ41968501//
Registration Shutter Spring
0ZZ42170801//
Fuser Drive Gear-C (2.3.29)
0ZZ40323902//
Fuser Exit Roller (2.3.29)
0ZZ40316301//
Fuser Drive Gear-B (2.3.29)
Fuser Exit Roller Bushing (L) (2.3.29)
Fuser Exit Roller Bushing (R) (2.3.29)
0ZZ41189701// x 4
Drum Contact Assy (2.3.15)
0ZZ41258301//
Entrance Sensor PWB (2.3.27)
0ZZ41312801//
Left Top Cover Spring Assy (2.3.25)
0ZZ41312901//
Right Top Cover Spring Assy (2.3.25)
0ZZ41944001//
Color Registration Sensor Assy (2.3.21)
0ZZ41073601//
Exit Sensor Assy (2.3.30)
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A
0ZZ41911201//
Thickness Plate Assy
0ZZ41928801//
Stage-Pickup
0ZZ41888701//
Cover-Seal-Sensor
0ZZ41911101//
Thickness Sensor Assy
CU Board Assy
Board Assy-CU
Board_TIG
0ZZ41964009//
Board Assy.-CU(711)
0ZZ41278601// ⋅ 2
Guide_Rail (A)
0ZZ41278701//
Guide_Rail (B)
0ZZ41410201//
Motor-Fan 60x60x15
0ZZ41723901// ⋅ 4
Screw
PB4013-3100P006 x9
Cup Screw (S Tight M3)
P3-6G ⋅ 2
Screw (Round Head)
PCB Assy_TIG
Board Memory 64MB
Board CRF
Tapping Screw
Screw(Round Head, SW+2W)
0ZZ41467401//
Plate FG (Centronics)
0ZZ41254601//
Plate Blank
0ZZ41940701//
Cover Assy Stacker
0ZZ40859702//
Top Cover (2.3.1)
0ZZ41988101//
Cover-Assy-Inner (2.3.3)
0ZZ40862006//
Multipurpose Feeder Assy (2.3.14)
0ZZ40952701//
Multipurpose Tray Top Cover (2.3.14)
0ZZ40866701//
Cassette Assy (2.3.8)
0ZZ40325101//
Multipurpose Feeder Drive Gear (2.3.14)
0ZZ41045801// ⋅ 2
Link (2.3.14)
4YB4120-1137P001
MT Paper Empty Sensor (2.3.14)
0ZZ41849401//
MT OHP Sensor (2.3.14)
0ZZ41276001//
MT Position Sensor (2.3.14)
0ZZ40866301//
Multipurpose Tray Cover Assy (2.3.14)
0ZZ41438401//
Retard Pad Assy (2.3.8)
0ZZ41439401// ⋅ 2
Retard Pad Assy Spring (2.3.8)
0ZZ41316501//
Top Cover Inner Frame Assy (2.3.4)
0ZZ42216201// ⋅ 8
LED Assy Spring (2.3.2)
0ZZ41960901//
LED Control PWB (Y71) (2.3.4)
0ZZ40365404//
Stack Full Sensor (2.3.4)
0ZZ40860601// ⋅ 4
Toner Sensor
0ZZ40866102//
Control Panel Assy (2.3.4)
2381003P0014
Control Panel Tape Harness (2.3.4)
0ZZ41409601//
LED Harness K (2.3.4)
0ZZ41309602//
LED Harness Y (2.3.4)
0ZZ41309603//
LED Harness M (2.3.4)
0ZZ41309604//
LED Harness C (2.3.4)
0ZZ40861501//
Eject Guide Assy (2.3.6)
0ZZ40861201//
Top Cover Handle (2.3.5)
0ZZ40861301//
Top Cover Latch (2.3.5)
0ZZ40861401// ⋅ 2
Top Cover Latch Spring (2.3.5)
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2.3.1
Top Cover
(1) Open the Top Cover assy.
(2) Remove the nine screws 1 to detach the top cover 2.
2
1
1
1
Figure 2-3-1 Top Cover
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2.3.2
LED Head / LED Spring / Post-Guide
(1) Open the top cover 1.
(2) Remove the three cables, and unhook the LED Head 2 at two places to demount it (the two
springs 3, Post-Guide 4 become detached together with the LED Head 2).
1
3
4
3
4
2
Figure 2-3-2 LED Head / LED Spring / Post-Guide
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2.3.3
Top Cover Unit
(1) Remove the top cover (see section 2.3.1).
(2) Remove the rear cover (see section 2.3.10).
(3) Remove the left side cover (see section 2.3.12).
(4) Remove the right side cover (see section 2.3.13).
(5) Remove the shield plates A and B (see section 2.3.23), and unplug the connector to separate
the top cover.
(6) Disengage the top cover unit 1 at two places to detach it.
1
Figure 2-3-3 Top Cover Unit
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2.3.4
Control Panel Assy/ Control Panel Bezel/ LED Control PWB/ Toner Sensors/ Stacker Full Sensor/
Control Panel/ Control Panel Tape Harness/ Eject Rollers
(1) Remove the control panel Assy 1.
(2) Detach the control panel tape harness 2.
(3) Remove the top cover unit (see section 2.3.3).
(4) Unscrew the six screws 3 to remove the earth plate 4.
(5) Remove the two screws 5, unhook all the connectors 6 and demount the LED control PWB 7.
(6) Disengage the four claws to demount the toner sensor 8.
(7) Demount the stacker full sensor 9.
(8) Demount the exit rollers A.
(9) Detach the LED harnesses, K, Y, M and C B.
(10) Detach the top cover inner frame Assy C.
3
3
4
5
7
A
6
0
9
0
8
B
2
1
Figure 2-3-4 Control Panel Assy/ Control Panel Bezel/ LED Control PWB/ Toner Sensors/ Stacker
Full Sensor/ Control Panel/ Control Panel Tape Harness/ Eject Rollers
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2.3.5
Top Cover Handle/ Top Cover Latch/ Top Cover Latch Spring
(1) Remove the two screws 1 to detach the top cover handle 2 and disengage the top cover latch
3 (at the same time, the two top cover latch springs 4 become detached).
1
3
2
1
4
4
Figure 2-3-5 Top Cover Handle/ Tope Cover Latch/ Top Cover Latch Spring
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2.3.6
Eject Guide Assy
(1) Remove the five screws 1 to detach the eject guide Assy 2.
1
1
1
2
Figure 2-3-6 Eject Guide Assy
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2.3.7
Cassette Assy/ Front Cover Assy/ Front Cover Inner Baffle
(1) Detach the cassette Assy 1.
(2) Open the front cover 2, and disengage it at two places to detach it.
(3) Detach the front cover inner baffle 3.
3
2
1
Figure 2-3-7 Cassette Assy/ Front Cover Assy/ Front Cover Inner Baffle
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2.3.8
Retard Pad Assy/ Retard Pad Assy Spring
(1) Remove the cassette 1.
(2) Detach the retard pad Assy 2 (at the same time, the spring 3 becomes detached).
2
3
1
Figure 2-3-8 Retard Pad Assy/ Retard Pad Assy Spring
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2.3.9
Feed Roller and Nudger Roller
(1) Remove the cassette.
(2) Unlatch and demount the feed roller 1.
(3) Unlatch and demount the nudger roller 2.
2
1
Figure 2-3-9 Feed Roller and Nudger Roller
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2.3.10 Rear Cover
(1) Remove the left side cover (see section 2.3.12).
(2) Remove the four screws 1 to detach the rear cover 2.
Note! When attaching the rear cover, take care not to allow the spring 3 to get caught in parts.
1
3
2
1
1
Figure 2-3-10 Rear Cover
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2.3.11 Face-Up Tray
(1) Open the face-up tray 1 in the arrow direction, and disengage it at two places to detach it.
1
Figure 2-3-11 Face-Up Tray
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2.3.12 Left Side Cover
(1) Open the top cover 1.
(2) Open the front cover 2 and undo the screw 3.
(3) Remove the four screws 4 to detach the left side cover 5.
1
4
4
4
3
2
5
Figure 2-3-12 Left Side Cover
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2.3.13 Right Side Cover
(1) Open the top cover 1.
(2) Open the front cover 2 and undo the screw 3.
(2) Remove the five screws 4 to detach the right side cover 5.
4
4
1
5
3
2
Figure 2-3-13 Right Side Cover
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2.3.14 Multipurpose Tray Assy/ Multipurpose Tray Cover Assy/ Links/ Multipurpose Tray Top Cover/
Multipurpose Tray Drive Gear
(1) Remove the left side cover (see section 2.3.12).
(2) Remove the right side cover (see section 2.3.13).
(3) Detach the Cover Seal Sensor and the Thickness Sensor Connector (see section 2.3.16).
(4) Remove the three screws 1 to detach the multipurpose tray top cover 2.
(5) Remove the three screws 3 (two of them are black) and the connector to detach the multipurpose
tray 4.
(6) Disengage A and B at both sides of the assembly to detach the multipurpose tray cover Assy
5 (at the same time, the links 6 become detached).
(7) Unhook and detach the multipurpose tray drive gear 7.
1
7
2
1
4
6
3
6
3
7
A
B
3
B
A
5
Figure 2-3-14 Multipurpose Tray Assy/ Multipurpose Tray Cover Assy/ Links/ Multipurpose Tray Top
Cover/ Multipurpose Tray Drive Gear
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2.3.15 Drum Contact Assys
(1) Insert a flatblade screwdriver between the printer case and the drum contact Assy 1 to demount
the drum contact Assy 1.
1
Figure 2-3-15 Drum Contact Assys
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2.3.16 Media Thickness Sensor Assy
(1) Detach the Cover Seal Sensor 1 and the Thickness Sensor Connector 2.
(2) Remove the two screws 3 to demount the Media Thickness Assy.
(3) Insert a microdriver(-) between the Thickness Plate Assy 4 and Thickness Sensor Assy 5 to
demount the Thickness Sensor Assy 5
Note! When attaching the Media Thickness Assy, adjust [Spin lever adjust by microdriver(-)] the
position of lever (White).
The upper surface of the lever be in agreement with a datum level. (Adjustment range 0/0.5mm)
Lever(White)
0/-0.5mm
Adjustment
range
Microdriver
Datum
level
Datum
level
Lever
adjust
View A
1
Lever(White)
2
3
5
3
View A
4
Figure 2-3-16 Media Thickness Sensor Assy
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2.3.17 Registration Roller Assy (A)/ Registration Drive Gear (A)
(1) Remove the left side cover (see section 2.3.12).
(2) Remove the right side cover (see section 2.3.13).
(3) Remove the multipurpose tray (see section 2.3.14).
(4) Remove the Media Thickness Sensor Assy. (see section 2.3.16).
(5) Remove the screw 1 of the Pickup Stage 2.
(6) Remove the four screws 3 to demount the registration roller Assy (A) 4and the Pickup Stage
2.
(7) Remove the E ring 5 to detach the registration gear (A) 6.
Note!
When attaching the pickup stage 2, place the stage height adjustment jig between the
pressure roller and the registration roller and, until the top surface of the pickup stage
reaches the jig, move the pickup stage toward the jig.(See Table 2-1 Maintenance Tools)
Stage height adjustment jig
3
1
1
4
Top surface
Top surface
6 5
2
3
Stage height adjustment jig
Figure 2-3-17 Registration Roller Assy (A)/ Registration Driver Gear (A)
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2.3.18 Registration Roller Assy (B)
(1) Remove the cassette Assy.
(2) Open the front cover.
(3) Remove the right side cover (see section 2.3.13).
(4) Remove the left plate Assy (see section 2.3.23).
(5) Remove the registration clutch (see section 2.3.19).
(7) Unscrew the four screws 1, and pull out the registration Assy (B) 1 in the arrow direction.
1
2
1
1
Figure 2-3-18 Registration Roller Assy (B)
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2.3.19 Registration Clutch and Registration Motor Assy
(1) Remove the left side cover (see section 2.3.12).
(2) Remove the left plate Assy (see section 2.3.23).
(3) Remove the connector and the E ring 1, then remove the two screws 2, the earth 3 and the
registration clutch 4.
(4) Remove the connector to remove the two screws 5 and the registration motor Assy 6.
6
5
2
3
2
5
4
1
Figure 2-3-19 Registration Clutch and Registration Motor Assy
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2.3.20 Main Cooling Fan
(1) Unhook the connector 1, and remove the screw 2 and the cooling fan 3.
Note!
When attaching the cooling fan, observe its correct orientation.
1
3
2
Outlet
Figure 2-3-20 Main Cooling Fan
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2.3.21 Color Registration Sensor Assy
(1) Remove the two screws 1 and the two connectors to demount the color registration sensor
Assy 2.
(2) Remove the earth plate B 3.
1
1
2
3
Connectors
Figure 2-3-21 Color Registration Sensor Assy
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2.3.22 Duplex Guide Assy
(1) Unlatch and demount the duplex guide 1.
1
Main chassis (rear)
Figure 2-3-22 Duplex Guide Assy
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2.3.23 Electrical Chassis Cooling Fan
(1) Unscrew the four screws 1 to remove the plate A 2.
(2) Unscrew the thirty-four screws 3 to remove the shield plate B 4.
(3) Remove the printer engine controller PWB (see section 2.3.24).
(4) Unscrew the eleven screws 5 to remove the shield plate 6.
(5) Unscrew the two screws 7 to demount the electrical chassis cooling fan 8.
1
1
2
4
5
5
6
3
8
5
Outlet
7
5
3
Figure 2-3-23 Electrical Chassis Cooling Fan
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2.3.24 Printer Engine Controller PWB
(1) Remove the right side cover (see section 2.3.13).
(2) Remove the left plate Assy (see section 2.3.23).
(3) Remove the five screws 1 and all the connectors to demount the printer engine controller
PWB 2.
1
1
2
Figure 2-3-24 Printer Engine Controller PWB
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2.3.25 Printer Unit Chassis
(1) Unscrew the two screws 1 and remove the AC inlet 2.
(2) Unscrew the four black screws 3 and five screws 4 to detach the printer unit chassis 5.
(3) Unscrew the four black screws 6 and remove the left top cover spring Assy 7.
(4) Unscrew the four black screws 8 and remove the right top cover spring Assy 9.
3
8
4
8
4
3
9
3
5
4
6
6
7
4
3
1
2
Figure 2-3-25 Pinter Unit Chassis
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2.3.26 Entrance Cassette Sensor Actuator
(1) Remove the printer unit chassis (see section 2.3.25).
(2) Turn over the main chassis.
(3) Remove the two clamps with tweezers to demount the entrance cassette sensor actuator 1.
1
Main chassis
Figure 2-3-26 Entrance Cassette Sensor Actuator
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2.3.27 Entrance Sensor PWB
(1) Remove the registration roller Assy (B) (see section 2.3.18).
(2) Remove the two screws 1 to demount the entrance sensor PWB 2.
1
2
Figure 2-3-27 Entrance Sensor PWB
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2.3.28 Entrance MT Sensor Actuator / Entrance Belt Sensor Actuator / Entrance Waste Chassis Sensor
Actuator
(1) Remove the entrance sensor PWB (R71) (see section 2.3.27).
(2) Unlatch and detach the entrance MT sensor actuator 1.
(3) Unlatch and detach the entrance belt actuator 2.
(4) Release the latch and remove the Entrance Waste Chassis Sensor Actuator 3.
2
1
3
Figure 2-3-28 Entrance MT Sensor Actuator / Entrance Belt Sensor Actuator /
Entrance Waste Chassis Sensor Actuator
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2.3.29 Fuser Exit Roller
(1) Unscrew the two screws 1 to remove the duplex gate solenoid Assy 2.
(2) Unscrew the screw 3 to remove the fuser exit roller contact 4.
(3) Remove the fuser drive gear -A 5 and fuser drive gear -A 6.
(4) Unscrew the screw 7 to remove the fuser drive gear -C 8.
(5) Unlatch and detach the fuser drive gear -B 9 and fuser exit roller bush (R) 0.
(6) Unlatch and detach the fuser exit roller bush (L) A and fuser exit roller B.
B
A
8
0
7
9
6
5
3
1
4
2
Figure 2-3-29 Fuser Exit Roller
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2.3.30 Exit Sensor Assy
(1) Remove the fuser exit roller (see section 2.3.29).
(2) Remove the screw 1 and connector to demount the (red and blue) exit sensor Assy 2.
1
2
Figure 2-3-30 Exit Sensor Assy
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2.3.31 Fuser Latching Handle (L)
(1) Remove the latching handle spring 1.
(2) Unscrew the screw 2 to detach the fuser latching handle (L) 3.
3
1
2
Figure 2-3-31 Fuser Latching Handle (L)
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2.3.32 Belt Motor Assy
(1) Remove the fuser latching handle (R) (see section 2.3.33).
(2) Remove the two screws 1 to detach the two connectors 2.
(3) Demount the belt motor Assy 3.
1
3
1
2
Figure 2-3-32 Belt Motor Assy
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2.3.33 Fuser Latching Handle (R)
(1) Remove the printer unit chassis (see section 2.3.25).
(2) Remove the E ring 1.
(3) Remove the fuser latching handle spring 2 to detach the fuser latching handle (R) 3.
3
2
1
Figure 2-3-33 Fuser Latching Handle (R)
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2.3.34 Main Motor Assy
(1) Remove the belt motor Assy (see section 2.3.32).
(2) Remove all the connectors.
(3) Remove the four screws 1 to demount the main motor Assy 2.
1
2
1
1
Figure 2-3-34 Main Motor Assy
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2.3.35 Main Feeder Drive Motor
(1) Remove the two screws 1 to detach the main feeder drive motor 2.
(2) Unscrew the screw 3 to remove the main feeder drive motor bracket 4.
(3) Remove the main feeder drive motor gears A 5 and B 6.
5
2
6
1
4
1
3
Figure 2-3-35 Main Feeder Drive Motor
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2.3.36 Contact Assy/ Left Plate Assy
(1) Remove the printer unit chassis (see section 2.3.25).
(2) Remove the four screws 1 to detach the left plate Assy 2.
(3) Remove the screw 3 to detach the contact Assy 4.
4
2
3
1
1
Figure 2-3-36 Contact Assy/ Left Plate Assy
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2.3.37 Low Voltage Power Supply
(1) Remove the printer unit chassis (see section 2.3.25).
(2) Unhook the connector 1.
(3) Unscrew the screw 2 to remove the earth cable 3.
(4) Unscrew the six screws 4 to demount the low voltage power supply 5.
4
1
2
3
4
5
4
Figure 2-3-37 Low Voltage Power Supply
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2.3.38 High voltage power supply
(1) Remove the contact Assy (see section 2.3.36).
(2) Unhook the connector of the high voltage power supply 1.
(3) Remove the two screws 2 to detach the high voltage power supply 1 and the tape harness 3.
2
3
2
1
Figure 2-3-38 High Voltage Power Supply
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2.3.39 Main Feed Assy
(1) Remove the printer unit chassis (see section 2.3.25).
(2) Remove the low voltage power supply and high voltage power supply (see sections 2.3.37 and
2.3.38).
(3) Unscrew the five screws 1 to remove the lower plate 2.
(4) Unscrew the four screws 3 to demount the main feed Assy 4.
(5) Unhook and remove the main feed drive gear 5.
1
1
2
1
3
5
1
3
4
Figure 2-3-39 Main Feed Assy
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2.3.40 Cassette/ Left Guide Assy
(1) Remove the printer unit chassis (see section 2.3.25).
(2) Remove the main feed Assy (see section 2.3.39).
(3) Remove the three screws 1 to detach the left cassette guide Assy 2. At the same time, the
earth plate 3 becomes detached.
(4) Remove the cassette lift spring 4, then remove the plastic slide 5, the cassette lift arm (L) 6
and the plastic roller 7.
(5) Remove the two feet 8.
(6) Remove the cassette lock spring 9, then remove the cassette lock 0.
2
5
8
4
3
7
6
0
9
8
1
1
Figure 2-3-40 Cassette/ Left Guide Assy
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2.3.41 Cassette/ Right Guide Assy
(1) Remove the printer unit chassis (see section 2.3.25).
(2) Remove the main feed Assy (see section 2.3.39).
(3) Remove the five screws 1 to detach the right cassette guide Assy 2. At the same time, the
earth plate 3 becomes detached.
(4) Remove the cassette lift spring 4, then detach the plastic slide 5, the cassette lift arm (L) 6
and the plastic roller 7.
(5) Unscrew the screw 8 to remove the paper size actuator 9.
(6) Unscrew the screw 0 to remove the paper size sensing PWB A in the downward direction.
(7) Remove the two feet B.
(8) Remove the cassette lock spring C, then remove the cassette lock D.
(9) Unscrew the two screws E to remove the 2nd tray connector F.
(10) Unscrew the screw G, then remove the duplex Assy ground contact H.
9
2
5
4
H
8
6
B
G
7
0
A
1
C
D
3
A
F
E
1
Figure 2-3-41 Printer Tray/ Right Guide Assy
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2.3.42 Fuser Unit
(1) Open the top cover 1.
(2) Push the right and left fuser levers (blue) 2 in the arrow direction to detach the fuser unit 3.
3
1
2
2
Figure 2-3-42 Fuser Unit
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2.3.43 Belt Unit
(1) Open the top cover 1.
(2) Remove the I/D unit.
(3) Push the lever (blue) 2 in the arrow direction, raise the handle (blue)3 and detach the belt unit
4.
3
4
1
2
Figure 2-3-43 Belt Unit
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2.3.44 Duplex Unit
(1) Remove the cassette Assy, the front cover Assy and the front cover inner baffle.
(2) Unlatch the rear at the right and left, and pull the duplex unit 1 toward the front.
Latch
1
Latch
Figure 2-3-44 Duplex Unit
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2.3.45 Guide Rails (L) and (R)
(1) Remove the duplex unit (see section 2.3.44).
(2) Remove the six screws 1 to detach the guide rails (L) 2 and (R) 3.
1
1
3
1
2
1
Figure 2-3-45 Guide Rail (L), (R)
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2.3.46 Duplex Transport Assembly
(1) Turn over the duplex transport Assy.
(2) Unscrew the three screws 1 and five screws 2 to detach the plate 3.
(3) Unplug the connector and detach the mold Assy 4.
(4) Detach the two actuators 5.
(5) Unscrew the screws 6 and 7 to remove the earth 8.
(6) Unhook the connector and disengage the two claws to detach PCB-MOP 9.
(7) Unplug the cable and, warping the claw, detach the transport sensor.
(8) Unscrew the two screws to detach the cord duplex connector Assy.
(9) Unscrew the screw 0 to remove the earth A.
(10) Unscrew the screw B to remove the earth C.
(11) Unscrew the screw D to remove the earth E.
(12) Detach the bush F, gear G and bush H, then detach the roller I.
(13) Unscrew the screw J to remove the earth K.
(14) Detach the gear L and bush M. At the same time, the mini pitch belt N becomes detached.
(15) Detach the gear O and bush P, then detach the roller Q. At the same time, the mini pitch belt
R becomes detached.
(16) Unscrew the screw S to remove the earth T.
(17) Remove the E ring U and three screws V to detach the motor Assy W. At the same time, the
earth X becomes detached.
(18) Detach the gear Y and bush Z.
(19) Detach the gear [, knock-pin \ and bush ], then detach the roller _.
(20) Detach the bush a, gear b, knock-pin c and bush d, then detach the roller e. At the same
time, the earths f and g become detached.
(21) Detach the idle roller shaft and the idle roller, then detach the idle roller springs (eight springs).
(22) Remove the cable of the duplex transport sensor Assy from the claw of the cover-upper.
Disengage the claw, then detach the sensor.
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1
2
3
2
2
V
U
W
V
7
6
8
9
e
G
5
_
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][
cb
g
S
D
a
C
T
J
KY
d
G
X F
5
D
Q
I
C
B
A
O
0
A
B
R
C
G
F
M
D
P
B
Z
E
H
A
E
L
N
F
E
Duplex transport sensor ⋅ 2
4
Cord duplex
connector Assy
Duplex transfer Assy
Idle roller spring
Idle roller ⋅ 8
Idle roller shaft ⋅ 8
Figure 2-3-46 Duplex Transport Assembly
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2.3.47 CU Assy
(1) Pulling out Controller Board
1. Undo the two screws 1.
2. Pull the controller board 2 out.
3. Place the controller board 2 on a flat table.
(2) Detaching Fan
1. Remove the connector 3.
2. Remove the two screws 4.
3. Detach the fan 5.
1
2
1
4
5
3
Figure 2-3-47 CU Assy (1/2)
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(3) Demounting TIG Board
1. Remove the three screws 6 and screw 7 to detach the fan bracket 8.
2. Remove the screw 9 and four screws 0 to detach the plate support A and the guide rail AB.
3. Remove the two screws C to detach the guide rail BD.
4. Remove the two screws E and two screws F and the plate-FG(Centro)G, then demount
the SWA board H.
6
8
7
0
9
C
A
H
0
F
F
G
A
B
D
0
C
B
E
6
0
Figure 2-3-47 CU Assy (2/2)
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3.
ADJUSTMENT
This device is adjusted by key input from the operator panel.
Other than the general menu, this device supports a maintenance menu. Select the menu that
matches your objective.
3.0
System Maintenance MENU
The printer enters this mode when you turn on the power supply switch while holding down the
[Menu]+[Item]+[Value]+[Cancel] (0+1+6+7)switches.
Note: This menu is not disclosed to end-users because changes can be made to brand/
destination, etc.
Table 3-0 (1/2) Maintenance Menu display Table
Item(1st Line)
Category
Value(2nd Line)
DF Functions
USER
USER
ODA
OEL
APS
JP1
JPOEM1
OEMA
OEML
*
Sets Brand
JPOEM1: Japan OEM
OEMA: Overseas OEM for A4 default
OEML: Overseas OEM for Letter default
Boots up automatically when the Menu is existed.
CONFIGURATION
MENU
ENGINE SPEED
HIGH
LOW
*
For swithing the engine speed between the
overseas 16/24PPM model and the 20/24PPM
model.
(Valid only for 600dpi Head)
HIGH: 20/24PPM model ARC200P
LOW : 16/24PPM model
Reboots automatically as the menu is exited.
note: This function is ignored.
HIGH RESOLUTION
ENABLE
DISABLE
*
Not used.
note: Don’t change the setting value.
ENG STATUS PRINT
ENG STATUS PRINT
EXECUTE
Selecting by the Select switch, then
pressing the On-line switch will prompt
initialization and printing Engine information.
TEST PRINT MENU
TEST PRINT MENU
ENABLE
DISABLE
Switches ENABLE and DISABLE to display the
TEST PRINT MENU category in the User Menu.
( See "ID Check Pattern" section. )
PAGE CNT PRINT
PERSONALITY
PAGE CNT PRINT
ENABLE
DISABLE
*
*
Sets printing or not printing the total page count
in PRINT MENU MAP.
Cange the default PDL for each brand.
PCL
ENABLE
DISABLE
*
IBM PPR III XL
ENABLE
DISABLE
*
EPSON FX
ENABLE
DISABLE
Adobe Postscript
ENABLE
DISABLE
HP-GL/2
ENABLE
DISABLE
PCL XL
ENABLE
DISABLE
PDF
ENABLE
DISABLE
*
*
*
*
*
PDLs that are disabled in this Menu will not be
displayed on User Menu or Adomin Menu’s
PERSONALITY.
When print data in the PDL language set to
DISABLE is received, the printer will display
INVALID DATA and discard received data. (HPGL/2 is under development, and there is no plan
to implement as yet in the product. )
The PDF function requires Adobe Postscript;
thus, switching ON/OFF of PDF alone is
disabled.
(Setting Adobe Postscript on DISABLE will set
the PDF function to DISABLE as well. )
neither Adobe Postscript nor
PDF can be set to DISABLE. (They are to be
always set to ENABLE for use. Even if they are
set to DISABLE, the printer processes the data it
receives. This item is incorporated only in the
menu ahead of time for future extension. )
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Table 3-0 (2/2) Maintenance Menu display Table
Category
Value(2nd Line)
Item(1st Line)
DF Functions
NETWORK
The details depend on Network.
( Not used )
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
XX.XX.XX
Enters engine self-diagnostic mode.
The display in place of xx.xx varies among the
PU version.
(The disply within this category depends on the
Engine Maintenance specs.)
Switch operations and LCD displays in Engine Self-diagnostic Mode depend on the instructions from the Engine F/W;
hence, they are different from the operation spec in the Controller F/W.
Engine Self-diagnostic Mode is excutable even if the Controller board is removed.
For details, see the Engine Unit spec as needed.
3.0.1
ID Check Pattern Printing ( " TEST PRINT MENU " item )
This pattern can be used for the cause investigation (specifying of color(C,M,Y,K) of the problem
item, the confirmation of the periodicity) of the following problem that it originated in ID, the LED
head. It is composed of CMYK color 20% duty each of the patterns (print 2 pages).
Operation: (Press switch)
Without HDD: "0" - "0" - "3" - "3"
With HDD : "0" - "0" - "0" - "3" - "3"
- Vertical Black/White Lines
- Vertical Black/White Bands
- Horizontal Black/White Lines
- Horizontal Black/White Bands
Print pattern:
Page.1
Y
M+Y
M
C
Page.2
K
Y
M+Y
M
C
K
3.1
3.1.1
Maintenance Mode and Functions
Maintenance menu
A maintenance menu category is located in the general menu category.
The following items are those that can be set with this menu.
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Maintenance Menu
Category
Item(1st Line)
MAINTENANCE MENU EEPROM reset
Value(2nd Line)
DF
Functions
EXECUTE
*
Resets EEPROM for CU.
SAVE MENU Save
menu setting
EXECUTE
*
Saves current menu setting. A
message asking Are you sure?
and a choice of YES/NO will
appear.
RESTORE MENU
Return to saved
menu setting
EXECUTE
*
Changes setting to the stored menu
setting. (Displayed only when a
menu setting is stored.)
NOTE: Stored in CU Flash (directly
attached). In HDD if HDD exists.
POWER SAVE
Power save
function
Enabled
Disabled
*
Enables or disables the power save
mode. The time to switch to Power
Save Enable can be changed with
the Power Save Delay Time Item in
the System Configuration Menu.
Normal paper black 0
setting
+1
+2
-2
-1
*
Normal Paper/Black Print
Used for fine adjustment when
scratches or dots are notable on
print results.
Decrement if the highly-dense print
portion seems dispersed or
scattered with white dust.
Increment if the print result seems
faint.
Normal paper color
setting
0
+1
+2
-2
-1
*
Normal Paper/Color Print
Used for fine adjustment when
scratches or dots are notable on
print results.
Decrement if the highly-dense print
portion seems dispersed or
scattered with white dust.
Increment if the print result seems
faint.
OHP paper black
setting
0
+1
+2
-2
-1
*
OHP/Black Print
Used for fine adjustment when
scratches or dots are notable on
print results.
Decrement if the highly-dense print
portion seems dispersed or
scattered with white dust.
Increment if the print result seems
faint.
OHP paper color
setting
0
+1
+2
-2
-1
*
OHP/Color Print
Used for fine adjustment when
scratches or dots are notable on
print results.
Decrement if the highly-dense print
portion seems dispersed or
scattered with white dust.
Increment if the print result seems
faint.
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3.1.2
Engine maintenance mode
Three modes from Level 1 to Level 3 are in the engine maintenance mode. Level 1 is a mode that
checks the media transport and basic movement of the print system. Level 2 checks the counter
for consumables and tests the correcting function of color displacement, and is a mode that does
not require special knowledge. Level 3, on the other hand, requires special knowledge for handling
the process parameter setting and is contained in the independent experimental element of PU.
Basically, levels other than Level 1 should not be used.
3.1.2.1 Operator panel
The description for operations related to self-diagnosis is made presuming the arrangement of the
operator panel shown below.
ARC200P
SHARP
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
ARC200P
SHARP
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3.1.2.2 Normal self-diagnostic mode (Level 1)
Items in the normal self-diagnostic mode menu are listed below.
• Switch scan test
• Motor & clutch test
• Executing test pattern
• NVM initialization
• Consumables counter display
• Consumables continuation counter display
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3.1.2.2.1 Entering self-diagnostic mode (Level 1)
1. The system maintenance menu mode is entered by turning the power ON while pressing the
), 1,6, and 7 keys simultaneously.
2. Press the ) key several times until [DIAGNOSTIC MODE] is displayed.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
XX.XX.XX
FACTORY/SHIPPING
3. The [XX.XX.XX] in [DISGNOSTIC MODE XX.XX.XX] that is displayed in the LCD display is the
ROM version. The set value for FACTORY WORKING MODE is displayed in the right side of
the bottom line. [SHIPPING] is normally set.
4. Proceed to each self-diagnosis step by pressing the 1 or 5 key.
(The menu item rotates by pressing the 1,5 key.)
3.1.2.2.2 Exiting the self-diagnostic mode
1. Turn the power OFF, then turn it on after ten seconds.
3.1.2.3 Switch scan test
This self-diagnosis is used for checking the input sensor and switch.
1. Press the 1 and 5 keys until the normal diagnostic mode is entered and [SWITCH SCAN] is
displayed on the top line.
(Key 1 increments the test item and Key 5 decrements the test item.)
SWITCH SCAN
2. Press the 2 and 6 keys until the SCAN number that corresponds to the unit subject to the
following test listed in Table 3-1. (Key 2 increments the item and Key 6 decrements the item.)
SWITCH SCAN 00
1=H 2=L 3=H 4=L
3. The test starts by pressing the 3 key. The SWITCH SCAN number begins to blink and the
number of the corresponding unit (1-4) is displayed along with the current status.
Manipulate each unit (Fig 3-1). The items are displayed in the LCD that corresponds to each
item. (The display differs for each sensor. See Table 3-1 for details.)
4. The SWITCH SCAN number reappears in the display status (blinking ceased) by pressing the
7 key.
5. Repeat Steps 2 to 4 as required.
6. Press the 4 key to end the test. (Status returns to that described in 1.)
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Heat/Humidity sensor
OHP sensor
Top fuser sensor
Cover up switch
Paper empty
sensor
K toner sensor
M toner sensor
Paper weight
Y toner sensor
C toner sensor
sensor
Bottom fuser sensor
Stacker full sensor
Paper eject sensor
Entrance MT sensor
Entrance belt sensor
Color irregularity
sensor (L)
Color irregularity
sensor (R)
Density sensor
Cover front switch
Belt waste toner sensor
Entrance cassette sensor
Duplex print
entrance sensor
Paper empty sensor
Paper near sensor
Duplex print
rear sensor
Cassette 2 hopping sensor
Cassette 2 paper empty sensor
Cassette 2 paper near sensor
Cassette 3 hopping sensor
Cassette 3 paper empty sensor
Cassette 3 paper near sensor
Paper size 1,2,3,4 switch
Duplex print front sensor
Cassette 2 paper size switch
Cassette 3 paper size switch
Figure 3-1 Switch Sensor Position
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SWITCH SCAN 11 Duplex print entrance
sensor
(Option)
Cassette 2 paper
SWITCH SCAN 12
size 1 SW
(Option)
Cassette 2 paper
SWITCH SCAN 13
empty sensor
(Option)
SWITCH SCAN 14
(Option)
Cassette 3 paper
SWITCH SCAN 15
size 1 SW
(Option)
Cassette 3 paper
SWITCH SCAN 16
empty sensor
(Option)
SWITCH SCAN 17
(Option)
Black head
SWITCH SCAN 24
temperature
Black ID up/down
SWITCH SCAN 25
sensor
Yellow head
temperature
Yellow ID up/down
sensor
AD value
***H
Port level H,L
-
Port level H,L
Cassette 3 paper
size 2 SW
Cassette 3 paper
near end sensor
-
Port level H,L
-
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
Duplex print rear
sensor
Cassette 2 paper
size 2 SW
Cassette paper near
end sensor
-
Temperature sensor
AD value
***H
Port level H,L
-
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
Cassette 3 hopping
sensor (paper feed)
Magenta head
temperature
Magenta ID up/down
sensor
Port level H,L
AD value
***H
Port level H,L
Cassette 3 paper
size 4 SW
Cyan head
temperature
Cyan ID up/down
sensor
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
AD value
***H
Port level H,L
Cassette 2 hopping
sensor (paper feed)
Cassette 3 paper
size 3 SW
-
-
-
-
-
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
Cassette 2 paper
size 3 SW
-
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
Duplex print front
sensor
Cassette 2 paper
size 4 SW
-
-
-
AD value
***H
Port level H,L
AD value
***H
-
-
Port level H,L
Cassette 1 paper
size 4 SW
Paper weight sensor
Port level H,L
Cassette 1 paper
size 3 SW
Density sensor
Port level H,L
Cassette 1 paper
size 2 SW
Color displacement
sensor (R)
-
Port level H,L
SWITCH SCAN 07
(See Table 4-2)
SWITCH SCAN 08
Center sensor below
fuser
-
Port level H,L
OHP sensor
-
-
Port level H,L
MT paper empty SW
Port level H,L
MT hop switch
SWITCH SCAN 06
AD value
***H
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
SWITCH SCAN 05
AD value
***H
AD value
***H
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
SWITCH SCAN 04
AD value
***H
AD value
***H
AD value
***H
Port level H,L
-
-
-
-
Port level H,L
Front cover SW
Port level H,L
Upper cover SW
SWITCH SCAN 03
Cassette 1 paper
size SW
Color irregularity
sensor
SWITCH SCAN 09 Center sensor above
fuser
Humidity sensor
SWITCH SCAN 10
Port level H,L
Y toner sensor
Port level H,L
M toner sensor
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
Belt waste toner
Port level H,L
C toner sensor
Display
Port level H,L
4
Entrance MT sensor
Display
Port level H,L
Port level H,L
NUMBER
3
Display
Entrance cassette
Port level H,L
sensor
Stacker full sensor
Port level H,L
K toner sensor
Port level H,L
2
Cassette 1 paper
near end sensor
Eject sensor
Display
Port level H,L
SWITCH SCAN 02
1
Cassette 1 paper
end sensor
SWITCH SCAN 01 Entrance belt sensor
SCAN
ROW
SWITCH SCAN 00
Table 3-1 SWITCH SCAN Details
Table 3-2 Paper Size Detection - Paper /Bit Correspondence Table
No.
Paper
1
2
3
4
[0]
No cassette
H
H
H
H
[1]
Letter-S
L
L
L
L
[2]
Legal13-S
H
L
H
H
[3]
A4-S
L
L
L
H
[4]
B5-S
L
L
H
H
[5]
Executive-S
L
L
H
L
[6]
A6-S
H
L
L
L
[7]
Not supported
—
—
—
—
[8]
Legal14-S
H
L
H
L
[9]
Not supported
—
—
—
—
[A]
Not supported
—
—
—
—
[B]
Not supported
—
—
—
—
[C]
A5-S
H
L
L
H
[D]
Not supported
—
—
—
—
[E]
Not supported
—
—
—
—
[F]
Not supported
—
—
—
—
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3.1.2.4 Motor clutch test
This self-diagnostic routine is used to test the motor and clutch.
1. Press the 1 and 5 keys until the self-diagnostic (Level 1) mode is entered and [MOTOR &
CLUTCH TEST] is displayed in the top line.(Key 1 increments the test item and Key 5
decrements the test item.)
2. Press the 2 and 6 keys until the section that corresponds to the unit subject to the next test in
Table 3-2 is displayed in the top line of the display. (Key 2 increments the item and Key 6
decrements the item.)
MOTOR & CLUTCH TEST
BLACK - ID MOTOR
3. The test starts by pressing the3 key. The name of the unit begins to blink and the corresponding
unit drives for 10 seconds. (See Fig 3-3.)
Note: The status returns to that described in 2 after driving 10 seconds, and the unit will start
driving again be pressing the corresponding switch.
• The drive control conditions listed in Table 3-2 must be fulfilled in order to drive the
corresponding unit. A unit cannot be driven without fulfilling the conditions, and if attempted,
instructions will appear in the bottom display line.
• For clutch solenoid, ON and OFF is repeated for normal print drive. (For those that cannot
be driven independently due to their mechanism, drive with the motor.)
4. A driving unit is stopped by pressing the 7 key. (The display of the corresponding unit is
maintained.)
5. Repeat Steps 2 to 4 as required.
6. Press the 4 key to end the test. (Status returns to that described in 1.)
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ID motor (Y)
ID motor (M)
ID motor (C)
ID motor (K)
Fuser motor
Eject solenoid
Belt motor
Resist motor
Resist clutch
Cassette 1 hopping motor
Duplex print
motor
Cassette 2 clutch
Cassette 2 motor
Sensor shutter
solenoid
Cassette 3 clutch
Cassette 3 motor
Figure 3-3
Table 3-2
Drive Restrictions
Restriction Display
ID motor (black)
Drive by removing all ID
Remove ID
ID motor (yellow)
(yellow/black/magenta/cyan).
Displayed Unit
ID motor (magenta)
ID motor (cyan)
Belt motor
Fuser motor
-
-
Resist motor
-
-
Drive by removing Cassette 1.
Remove Cassette 1
Resister clutch
-
-
Sensor shutter solenoid
-
-
Eject solenoid
-
-
Duplex print motor (option)
-
-
Duplex print clutch (option)
-
-
Drive by removing Cassette 2.
Remove Cassette 2
Cassette 2 roller clutch (option)
-
-
Cassette 3 feeder motor (option)
Drive by removing Cassette 3.
Remove Cassette 3
Cassette 3 roller clutch (option)
-
-
ID UP/DOWN
-
-
FAN1 TEST (Power Source Fan)
-
-
FAN2 TEST (Control Unit Fan)
-
-
Cassette 1 hopping motor
Cassette 2 motor (option)
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3.1.2.5 Test print
This self-diagnostic routine is used to print the test patterns in the PU. The other test patterns are
stored in the controller.
1. Press the 1 and 5 keys until the self-diagnostic (Level 1) mode is entered and [TEST PRINT]
is displayed in the top line. (Key 1 increments the test item and Key 5 decrements the test item.)
2. The bottom line displays the setup items applied only for test print. Press the 2 and 6 keys until
the corresponding item is displayed. (Key 2 increments the item and Key 6 decrements the
item.)
3. When the 3 and 7 keys are pressed, the setup items appear in the top line and set values appear
in the bottom line. The set value increments by pressing the 3 key and decrements by pressing
the 7 key. (The value that is set at the end will be applied.) Repeat Stop 3 as required.
TEST PATTERN
1
Display
PRINT EXECUTE
Set Value
—
Function
Press Key 3 to start print. / Press Key 7 to end print.
(In page unit.)
TEST PATTERN
0
0: empty page
1-7: Refer to the following page (pattern print).
8-15: empty page
CASSET
PAGE
COLOR
DUPLEX
•
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
FF
0000
ON
OFF
2 PAGES STACK
OFF
1PAGES STACK
Set paper feed source.
Set number of pages to test print.
Select color or monochrome.
Perform duplex print with 2-page stack.
Set duplex print to OFF.
Perform duplex print with 1-page stack.
is the default. The set items are valid only in this test mode. (They will not be written in
EEPROM.)
Note:
Page setting: Key 1 or 5 shifts the digits.
Color setting: The following indications appear in the panel when Key 1 or 5 is pressed
when set to [ON].
Print setting for each color:
Shifts by pressing Key 1 or 5.
Switch between [ON] and [OFF] is set by pressing Key 3 or 7.
Panel indication returns by pressing Key 2 or 6.
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COLOR
Y:ON M:ON C:ON K:ON
4. Test print will be executed under the values set in Steps 2 and 3 by pressing the 3 key when
[PRINT EXECUTE] is displayed in the bottom row of the display.
Press the 7 key to stop the test print.
When an alarm indicated under Details in the table is detected at the start of test print or during
test print, a message will appear in the panel display and the print operation will be interrupted.
(Refer to “3.1.2.9 Panel display details” for details on errors.)
Print pattern
0, 8-15: Empty print
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
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Pattern 5
Pattern 6
Pattern 7
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• The following messages appear during print operation.
P=*** T=*** U=***[###]
H=***%
L=***[###]
P: No. of test print pages (unit: page)
U: Temperature of top heater [Set value] (unit: Celsius)
L: Temperature of bottom heater [Set value] (unit: Celsius)
T: Environment temperature (unit: Celsius)
H: Environment humidity (unit: percent)
• The display changes by pressing the 3 key.
KTR=*.**KV YTR=*.**KV
MTR=*.**KV CTR=*.**KV
YTR, MTR, CTR, KTR are values of the set transfer voltage. (unit: KV)
• The display changes by pressing the 3 key.
KR=*.**KV YR=*.**KV
MR=*.**KV CR=*.**KV
YR, MR, CR, KR are transfer rollers of each color values of the set transfer voltage. (unit: KV)
5. Repeat Steps 2 to 4 as required.
6. Press the 4 key to end the test. (Status returns to that described in 1.)
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3.1.2.6 Initializing NVM
This self-diagnosis is used for initializing non-volatile memory.
1. Press the 1 and 5 keys until the self-diagnostic (Level 1) mode is entered and [NV-RAM INITIAL]
is displayed in the top line. (Key 1 increments the item and Key 5 decrements the item.)
2. The bottom line displays the table number subject to initialization. There are three tables to
initialize. Press the 2 and 6 keys until the corresponding table number is displayed. (Key 2
increments the table number and Key 6 decrements the table number.)
Note: Do not use Table 2.
NV-RAM INITIAL
TABLE 1
3. The [NV-RAM INITIAL] display blinks when the 3 key is pressed and all items in Table 3-3 will
be initialized by pressing the key for 10 seconds continuously.
4. Press the 4 key to end the test. (Status returns to that described in 1.)
Table 3-3 (1/2) Items to Initialize in Table 2
Details
Item to Initialize
Initialize internal counter since
Black
Drum counter
exchanging the drum.
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
Initialize internal counter since
Belt unit counter
exchanging the belt unit.
Initialize internal counter since
Fuser unit
exchanging the fuser unit.
counter
Initialize internal counter since
Black
Toner counter
recovering the toner error.
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
Initial Value
0
Unit
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
Initial Value
0
Unit
1/1200 inch
0
1/1200 inch
0
1/1200 inch
Table 3-3 (2/2) Items to Initialize in Table 2
Item to Initialize
Color irregularity Yellow
Magenta
adjust point X
Cyan
axis
Color irregularity Yellow
Magenta
adjust point Y
Cyan
axis (L)
Color irregularity Yellow
Magenta
adjust point Y
Cyan
axis (R)
Engine
parameter
Details
Initialize X axis correction value for
the LED head (yellow, magenta,
cyan).
Initialize Y axis (L) correction value
for the LED head (yellow, magenta,
cyan).
Initialize Y axis (R) correction value
for the LED head (yellow, magenta,
cyan).
Initialize all items set in Level 2 and 3
in the engine maintenance mode.
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3.1.2.7 Displaying the consumables counter
This self-diagnosis is used for displaying the consumed status of consumables.
1. Press the 1 and 5 keys until the normal self-diagnostic mode is entered and [CONSUMABLE
STATUS] is displayed in the top line. (Key 1 increments the item and Key 5 decrements the
item.)
2. The consumed status of consumables is displayed by pressing the 2 and 6 keys. (Keys 3 and
7 are invalid.)
3. Press the 4 key to end the test. (Status returns to that described in 1.)
Item
Top Display
Bottom Display
Format
Unit
Details
Fuser unit
FUSER UNIT
******** PRINTS
Decimal system Printed sheets Displays number of pages
Belt unit
TR BELT UNIT
******** PRINTS
Decimal system Printed sheets Displays number of pages
since installing a new fuser.
since installing a new drum
unit.
ID unit - black
BLACK ID UNIT
******** IMAGES
Decimal system
Printed sheets Displays number of
ID unit - yellow
YELLOW ID UNIT ******** IMAGES
Decimal system
Printed sheets rotations by converting to
ID unit - magenta MAGENTA ID UNIT ******** IMAGES
Decimal system
Printed sheets A4 3Page/Job since
ID unit - cyan
CYAN ID UNIT
******** IMAGES
Decimal system
Printed sheets installing a new ID unit.
Toner - black
BLACK TONER
***%
Decimal system
%
Displays amount of color
Toner - yellow
YELLOW TONER
***%
Decimal system
%
toner used.
Toner - magenta
MAGENTA TONER ***%
Decimal system
%
Toner - cyan
CYAN TONER
***%
Decimal system
%
3.1.2.8 Displaying the consumables continuation counter
This self-diagnosis is used for displaying the continuous status of a consumable.
Continuous status of a consumable is the total count of a consumable that is not initialized even
upon being replaced. The consumed amount is counted continuously.
1. Press the 1 and 5 keys until the normal self-diagnostic mode is entered and the continuous
status of a consumable is displayed in the top line. (Key 1 increments the item and Key 5
decrements the item.)
2. The total consumed amount of a consumable is displayed by pressing the 2 and 6 keys. (Keys
3 and 7 are invalid.)
3. Press the 4 key to end the test. (Status returns to that described in 1.)
Item
Top Display
Total sheets fed TOTAL SHEETS FEED
Bottom Display
******** PRINTS
Format
Unit
Details
Decimal system Printed sheets Total number of fed sheets
including passed paper.
Print - black
BLACK IMPRESSIONS
******** IMAGES
Decimal system Printed sheets Displays number of
Print - yellow
YELLOW IMPRESSIONS
******** IMAGES
Decimal system Printed sheets printed sheets for each
Print - magenta MAGENTA IMPRESSIONS ******** IMAGES
Decimal system Printed sheets color ID.
Print - cyan
Decimal system Printed sheets
CYAN IMPRESSIONS
******** IMAGES
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3.1.2.9 Panel display details
Panel display
Panel Display
Details
BLANCE ERROR
Balance error
BELT LIFE OVER
Belt life over
BELT REFLECTION ERROR
Belt reflection error
BELT UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
Belt unit fuse cut error
BLACK DENSITY CALIB ERROR
Black density calibration error
BLACK DENSITY SENSOR ERROR
Black density sensor error
BLACK DRUM LIFE OVER
Black drum life over
BLACK DRUM NEAR LIFE
Black drum life warning
BLACK DRUM UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
Black drum unit fuse cut error
BLACK DRUM UP/DOWN ERROR
Black drum up/down error
BLACK IRREGULAR ERROR
Black detect range out error
BLACK LED HEAD ERROR
Black LED head error
BLACK REGISTRATION ERROR
Black irregularity error
BLACK REGISTRATION OUT HORIZONTAL
Abnormal color irregularity registration value detected in
black sub-scan registration
BLACK REGISTRATION OUT LEFT
Black registration range out error (left)
BLACK REGISTRATION OUT RIGHT
Black registration range out error (right)
BLACK SENSOR ERROR LEFT
Black left sensor error
BLACK SENSOR ERROR RIGHT
Black right sensor error
BLACK TONER EMPTY
Black toner empty
BLACK TONER LOW
Black toner low
BLACK TONER SENSOR ERROR
Black toner sensor error
BLACK ID DENSITY ERROR 1
Black ID density error 1
BLACK ID DENSITY ERROR 2
Black ID density error 2
CALIBRATION CHIP ERROR
CALIBRATION CHIP ERROR
CALIBRATION ERROR
CALIBRATION ERROR
COLOR DENSITY CALIB ERROR
COLOR DENSITY CALIB ERROR
COLOR DENSITY SENSOR ERROR
COLOR DENSITY SENSOR ERROR
COOLING DOWN
COOLING DOWN
CUSTOM DIAGNOSTICS MODE
CUSTOM DIAGNOSTICS MODE
CYAN DRUM LIFE OVER
CYAN DRUM LIFE OVER
CYAN DRUM NEAR LIFE
CYAN DRUM NEAR LIFE
CYAN DRUM UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
CYAN DRUM UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
CYAN DRUM UP/DOWN ERROR
CYAN DRUM UP/DOWN ERROR
CYAN IRREGULAR ERROR
CYAN DETECT VALUE ERROR
CYAN LED HEAD ERROR
CYAN LED HEAD ERROR
CYAN REGISTRATION ERROR
CYAN COLOR IRREGULARITY ERROR
CYAN REGISTRATION OUT HORIZONTAL
Abnormal color irregularity registration value detected in
cyan sub-scan registration
CYAN REGISTRATION OUT LEFT
CYAN REGISTRATION OUT LEFT
CYAN REGISTRATION OUT RIGHT
CYAN REGISTRATION OUT RIGHT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR LEFT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR LEFT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR RIGHT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR RIGHT
CYAN TONER EMPTY
CYAN TONER EMPTY
CYAN TONER LOW
CYAN TONER LOW
CYAN TONER SENSOR ERROR
CYAN TONER SENSOR ERROR
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 1
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 1
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 2
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 2
DIAGNOSTICS MODE
DIAGNOSTICS MODE
DISPOSAL TONER FULL
DISPOSAL TONER FULL
DISPOSAL TONER NEAR FULL
DISPOSAL TONER NEAR FULL
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Panel Display
Details
DRIVE MOTOR OVER HEAT
DRIVE MOTOR OVER HEAT
DUPLEX I/F ERROR
DUPLEX I/F ERROR
DUPLEX TYPE MISMATCH
DUPLEX TYPE MISMATCH
DUPLEX UNIT OPEN
DUPLEX UNIT OPEN
ENGINE BOARD FAN MOTOR ERROR
ENGINE BOARD FAN MOTOR ERROR
ENGINE CONTROL ERROR
ENGINE CONTROL ERROR
ENGINE EEPROM ERROR
ENGINE EEPROM ERROR
ENGINE EEPROM MISSING
ENGINE EEPROM MISSING
ENGINE LIFE OVER
ENGINE LIFE OVER
ENGINE RAM ERROR
ENGINE RAM ERROR
ENGINE ROM ERROR
ENGINE ROM ERROR
ENGINE SRAM ERROR
ENGINE SRAM ERROR
ENV TEMP SENSOR ERROR
ENV TEMP SENSOR ERROR
FACE-UP STACKER OPEN
FACE-UP STACKER OPEN
FLASH HARDWARE ERROR
FLASH HARDWARE ERROR
FLASH SOFTWARE ERROR
FLASH SOFTWARE ERROR
FRONT COVER OPEN
FRONT COVER OPEN
FUSER LIFE OVER
FUSER LIFE OVER
FUSER UNIT FAN MOTOR ERROR
FUSER UNIT FAN MOTOR ERROR
FUSER UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
FUSER UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
FUSER UNIT MISMATCH
FUSER UNIT MISMATCH
HOPPING ERROR DUPLEX
HOPPING ERROR DUPLEX
HOPPING ERROR MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER
HOPPING ERROR MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER
HOPPING ERROR TRAY1
HOPPING ERROR TRAY1
HOPPING ERROR TRAY2
HOPPING ERROR TRAY2
HOPPING ERROR TRAY3
HOPPING ERROR TRAY3
HOPPING ERROR TRAY4
HOPPING ERROR TRAY4
HOPPING ERROR TRAY5
HOPPING ERROR TRAY5
HUMIDITY SENSOR DEW ERROR
HUMIDITY SENSOR DEW ERROR
HUMIDITY SENSOR ERROR
HUMIDITY SENSOR ERROR
INFEED:DUPLEX
Duplex hopping error
INFEED:MP-FEEDER
MP feeder hopping error
INFEED:TRAY1
Tray 1 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY2
Tray 2 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY3
Tray 3 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY4
Tray 4 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY5
Tray 5 hopping error
INITIALIZING
Controlling initialization upon power ON
INITIALIZING
Controlling initialization upon cover open/close
INITIALIZING DENSITY ADJUST
Controlling adjustment of auto density
INITIALIZING REGISTRATION ADJUST
Controlling adjustment of auto color irregularity
INPATH:DUPLEX ENTRY
Duplex internal jam
INPATH:DUPLEX INPUT
Duplex transport jam
INPATH:DUPLEX REVERSAL
Duplex reversal unit jam
INPATH:EXIT
Ejection jam
INPATH:FEED
Feed jam
INPATH:TRANSPORT
Transport jam
JAM DUPLEX ENTRY
Duplex internal jam
JAM DUPLEX INPUT
Duplex transport jam
JAM DUPLEX REVERSAL
Duplex reversal unit jam
JAM EXIT
Ejection jam
JAM FEED
Feed jam
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Details
Panel Display
JAM TRANSPORT
Transport jam
JOB OFFSET HOME ERROR
JOB OFFSET HOME ERROR
LED HEAD OVER HEAT
LED HEAD OVER HEAT
LIFT ERROR TRAY1
LIFT ERROR TRAY1
LIFT ERROR TRAY2
LIFT ERROR TRAY2
LIFT ERROR TRAY3
LIFT ERROR TRAY3
LIFT ERROR TRAY4
LIFT ERROR TRAY4
LIFT ERROR TRAY5
LIFT ERROR TRAY5
LIFT UP TRAY1
LIFT UP TRAY1
LIFT UP TRAY2
LIFT UP TRAY2
LIFT UP TRAY3
LIFT UP TRAY3
LIFT UP TRAY4
LIFT UP TRAY4
LIFT UP TRAY5
LIFT UP TRAY5
LOWER HEATER HIGH TEMPER
LOWER HEATER HIGH TEMPER
LOWER HEATER LOW TEMPER
LOWER HEATER LOW TEMPER
LOWER HEATER OPEN ERROR
LOWER HEATER OPEN ERROR
LOWER HEATER SHORT ERROR
LOWER HEATER SHORT ERROR
MAGENTA DRUM LIFE OVER
MAGENTA DRUM LIFE OVER
MAGENTA DRUM NEAR LIFE
MAGENTA DRUM NEAR LIFE
MAGENTA DRUM UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
MAGENTA DRUM UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
MAGENTA DRUM UP/DOWN ERROR
MAGENTA DRUM UP/DOWN ERROR
MAGENTA IRREGULAR ERROR
MAGENTA IRREGULAR ERROR
MAGENTA LED HEAD ERROR
MAGENTA LED HEAD ERROR
MAGENTA REGISTRATION ERROR
MAGENTA REGISTRATION ERROR
MAGENTA REGISTRATION OUT HORIZONTAL
Abnormal color irregularity registration value detected in
magenta sub-scan registration
MAGENTA REGISTRATION OUT LEFT
MAGENTA REGISTRATION OUT LEFT
MAGENTA REGISTRATION OUT RIGHT
MAGENTA REGISTRATION OUT RIGHT
MAGENTA SENSOR ERROR LEFT
MAGENTA SENSOR ERROR LEFT
MAGENTA SENSOR ERROR RIGHT
MAGENTA SENSOR ERROR RIGHT
MAGENTA TONER EMPTY
MAGENTA TONER EMPTY
MAGENTA TONER LOW
MAGENTA TONER LOW
MAGENTA TONER SENSOR ERROR
MAGENTA TONER SENSOR ERROR
MAGENTA ID DENSITY ERROR 1
MAGENTA ID DENSITY ERROR 1
MAGENTA ID DENSITY ERROR 2
MAGENTA ID DENSITY ERROR 2
MAILBOX I/F ERROR
MAILBOX I/F ERROR
MISSING BELT UNIT
MISSING BELT UNIT
MISSING BLACK DRUM
MISSING BLACK DRUM
MISSING CYAN DRUM
MISSING CYAN DRUM
MISSING FUSER UNIT
MISSING FUSER UNIT
MISSING MAGENTA DRUM
MISSING MAGENTA DRUM
MISSING YELLOW DRUM
MISSING YELLOW DRUM
MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER STAGE POSITION
MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER STAGE POSITION
PAPER END MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER
PAPER END MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER
PAPER END TRAY1
PAPER END TRAY1
PAPER END TRAY2
PAPER END TRAY2
PAPER END TRAY3
PAPER END TRAY3
PAPER END TRAY4
PAPER END TRAY4
PAPER END TRAY5
PAPER END TRAY5
PAPER NEAR END MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER
PAPER NEAR END MULTI PURPOSE FEEDER
PAPER NEAR END TRAY1
PAPER NEAR END TRAY1
PAPER NEAR END TRAY2
PAPER NEAR END TRAY2
PAPER NEAR END TRAY3
PAPER NEAR END TRAY3
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Details
Panel Display
PAPER NEAR END TRAY4
PAPER NEAR END TRAY4
PAPER NEAR END TRAY5
PAPER NEAR END TRAY5
PAPER PILE OUT OF TRAY
Paper transport error
PAPER SIZE ERROR
PAPER SIZE ERROR
POWER SUPPLY FAN MOTOR ERROR
PU fan motor error
POWER SUPPLY LSI ERROR
POWER SUPPLY LSI ERROR
PROCESS CONTROL OFF
PROCESS CONTROL OFF
PROCESS WAIT MODE
Adjusting color irregularity / density (upon starting from CU)
PUNCH BOX NOT EXISTING
PUNCH BOX NOT EXISTING
PUNCH DUST OVERFLOW
PUNCH DUST OVERFLOW
REGISTRATION SENSOR CALIBRATION ERROR
REGISTRATION SENSOR CALIBRATION ERROR
R-SIDE COVER OPEN
R-SIDE COVER OPEN
SHUTTER ERROR1
Density adjustment shutter error 1
SHUTTER ERROR2
Density adjustment shutter error 2
STACKER FULL BOTTOM BIN
STACKER FULL BOTTOM BIN
STACKER FULL FACE DOWN
STACKER FULL FACE DOWN
STACKER FULL MAIL BOX1
STACKER FULL MAIL BOX1
STACKER FULL MAIL BOX2
STACKER FULL MAIL BOX2
STACKER FULL TOP BIN
STACKER FULL TOP BIN
THICKNESS ADJSTING
THICKNESS ADJSTING
THICKNESS NON-PAPER AD ERROR
AD out of regulated value error (upon no media)
THICKNESS PAPER THICKNESS ERROR
Media thickness out of range error
THICKNESS SNS AD ERROR
Sensor output difference out of range error (upon no media)
THICKNESS THICK_PAPER ERROR
Speed adjustment error
TOP COVER OPEN
TOP COVER OPEN
TRAY1 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY1 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY2 COVER OPEN
TRAY2 COVER OPEN
TRAY2 I/F ERROR
TRAY2 I/F ERROR
TRAY2 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY2 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY3 COVER OPEN
TRAY3 COVER OPEN
TRAY3 I/F ERROR
TRAY3 I/F ERROR
TRAY3 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY3 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY4 COVER OPEN
TRAY4 COVER OPEN
TRAY4 I/F ERROR
TRAY4 I/F ERROR
TRAY4 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY4 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY5 COVER OPEN
TRAY5 COVER OPEN
TRAY5 I/F ERROR
TRAY5 I/F ERROR
TRAY5 TYPE MISMATCH
TRAY5 TYPE MISMATCH
UPPER HEATER HIGH TEMPER
UPPER HEATER HIGH TEMPER
UPPER HEATER LOW TEMPER
UPPER HEATER LOW TEMPER
UPPER HEATER OPEN ERROR
UPPER HEATER OPEN ERROR
UPPER HEATER SHORT ERROR
UPPER HEATER SHORT ERROR
WARMING UP
WARMING UP
YELLOW DRUM LIFE OVER
YELLOW DRUM LIFE OVER
YELLOW DRUM NEAR LIFE
YELLOW DRUM NEAR LIFE
YELLOW DRUM UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
YELLOW DRUM UNIT FUSE CUT ERROR
YELLOW DRUM UP/DOWN ERROR
YELLOW DRUM UP/DOWN ERROR
YELLOW IRREGULAR ERROR
YELLOW IRREGULAR ERROR
YELLOW LED HEAD ERROR
YELLOW LED HEAD ERROR
YELLOW REGISTRATION ERROR
YELLOW REGISTRATION ERROR
YELLOW REGISTRATION OUT HORIZONTAL
Abnormal color irregularity registration value detected in
magenta sub-scan registration
YELLOW REGISTRATION OUT LEFT
YELLOW REGISTRATION OUT LEFT
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Details
Panel Display
CYAN REGISTRATION OUT RIGHT
CYAN REGISTRATION OUT RIGHT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR LEFT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR LEFT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR RIGHT
CYAN SENSOR ERROR RIGHT
CYAN TONER EMPTY
CYAN TONER EMPTY
CYAN TONER LOW
CYAN TONER LOW
CYAN TONER SENSOR ERROR
CYAN TONER SENSOR ERROR
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 1
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 1
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 2
CYAN ID DENSITY ERROR 2
Details of jam error display
Panel Display
Details
INFEED:TRAY1
Tray 1 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY2
Tray 2 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY3
Tray 3 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY4
Tray 4 hopping error
INFEED:TRAY5
Tray 5 hopping error
INFEED:MP-FEEDER
MP feeder hopping error
INFEED:DUPLEX
Duplex hopping error
INPATH:DUPLEX INPUT
Duplex transport jam
INPATH:DUPLEX ENTRY
Duplex internal jam
INPATH:REVERSAL
Duplex reversal unit jam
INPATH:FEED
Feed jam
INPATH:TRANSPORT
Transport jam
INPATH:EXIT
Ejection jam
INFEED: Data on paper remaining at paper feed slot.
INPATH: Data on paper remaining in paper path.
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3.1.3
Various print jobs with single printer unit attached with a controller
Menu map print
Prints program version, configuration of the control unit, and other printer configuration and
setting.
Operation: (Press switch)
Without HDD : “0” . “3” . “3”
With HDD
: “0” . “0” . “3” . “3”
File list print
Prints a file list stored in the HDD or Flash ROM.
Operation: (Press switch)
Without HDD : “0” . “3” . “1” . “3”
With HDD
: “0” . “0” . “3” . “1” . “3”
Font list print (PCL)
Prints a font list for PCL.
Operation: (Press switch)
Without HDD : “0” . “3” . “1” . “1” . “3”
With HDD
: “0” . “0” . “3” . “1” . “1” . “3”
Font list print (PS)
Prints a font list for PS.
Operation: (Press switch)
Without HDD : “0” . “3” . “1” . “1” . “1” . “3”
With HDD
: “0” . “0” . “3” . “1” . “1” . “1” . “3”
Demo print
Prints a demo pattern for each subject installed in the ROM.
Operation: (Press switch)
Without HDD : “0” . “3” . “1” . “1” . “1” . “1” . “3”
With HDD
: “0” . “0” . “3” . “1” . “1” . “1” . “1” . “3”
Ethernet self-diagnostic print
If an Ethernet board is installed, perform self-diagnosis by pressing the Ethernet board SW
for two seconds or longer and print the result.
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3.2
Adjustment After Replacing Parts
The following describes the adjustments that are required after each part replacement.
Adjustment and correction of color registration are always required for each part replacement.
Adjustment
Replaced Part
LED Head
Not required
Drum Cartridge (Y, M, C, K) Not required.
Fuser Unit
Not required.
Belt Cassette Assy
Not required.
PU (K7N Board)
Re-mounting the EEPROM used on the board before the replacement. *Note
CU (TIG board)
Re-mounting the EEPROM used on the board before the replacement. *Note
Shutter
Setting the correction value of the calibration chip for detecting density.
Media Thickness Sensor
Adjusting paper thickness detection sensitivity and checking media
Assy
thickness detection value setting.
* Note:1. When the EEPROM of PU (K7N board) is replaced to a new one, color balance must
be adjusted.
* Note: 2. When the EEPROM of CU (TIG board) is replaced to a new one, the Destination
Setting must be adjusted.
3.2.1
Precautions in replacing the engine control board
When replacing the engine control board , remove the EEPROM from the old board
and mount it on a new board (for errors other than those of engine EEPROM).
When SERVICE CALL xxx (Engine EEPROM Error) is displayed on the operator panel, the
EEPROM must be replaced with a new one. In this case, perform the operation described in section
3.2.2.
3.2.2
Precautions in replacing EEPROM
When the EEPROM is not removed from the board and placed on the new board at the time of
engine controll board replacement, the Version Read function (fuse cut) is disabled.
The printer must be switched from the factory mode to the shipping mode by the PJL command.
[Description]
1. Sending of an appropriate PJL file to the printer to place it in Shipping mode
2. Sending of a repower-on or reboot command (PJL file) to complete the setting
[Procedure]
At the MS-DOS prompt, perform the following steps:
1. Enter Copy /b Pjl_ship.bin prn and hit <Enter>.
2. Enter Copy /b Pjl_reboot.bin prn and hit <Enter>, or power the printer off and on.
[Pjl Files Required]
1. Pjl-ship.bin
2. Pjl-reboot.bin
Note:
Life data for consumables such as belt, toner, and ID is cleared when replacing EEPROM,
therefore, be cautious as there will be a tolerance in life management upon replacing the
unit in the future. The following count will be cleared when replacing EEPROM.
Other than Total Sheets Feed is cleared when each unit is replaced, therefore, the
tolerance will be cleared at that point.
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Item
Contents
Count
Fuser
Life count of the fuser
Value in which the number of printed pages
is converted to the number of Letter paper
after installing a new fuser unit.
Transfer Belt
Life count of the
transfer belt
Value in which the number of printed pages
is converted to the number of Letter paper
after installing a new fuser unit.
Black Imaging Drum
Cyan Imaging Drum
Magenta Imaging Drum
Yellow Imaging Drum
Life count of the
imaging drums for
each color
Value in which the number of rotations is
converted to the number of Letter paper
after installing a new ID unit.
Black Toner
Cyan Toner
Magenta Toner
Yellow Toner
Count of the used
toner amount for each
color
Count of the number of printed dots.
Total Sheets Feed
Life count of the
printer
Total number of printed pages.
Black Impressions
Cyan Impressions
Magenta Impressions
Yellow Impressions
Total number of
printed pages
Number of printed pages after installing a
new ID unit.
3.2.3
Replacing EEPROM after replacing the TIG board
When replacing the TIG board, remove EEPROM from the board used by the user and set it to the
replaced board. (This is to pass on the user set contents and font install data to the new board.)
Furthermore, if the user’s EEPROM cannot be used due to damages, use the EEPROM on the
new board. In this case, the new board and EEPROM should be set with destinations.
3.2.4
Destination Setting (Checking Metod: Printing Demo Page)
The destination setting of each main control board, which takes on ODA by default, must be set,
at the time of printer shipment, to correspond to the destination of the printer equipped with the
board.
Japan indirect sales, ODA, OEL and APS maintenance boards are to be shipped with the
destination setting left at its default.
Setting on Operation Panel:
Powering up each printer in maintenance mode and then setting its destination are made.
While holding SWs ), 1, 6, and 7 down, turn on printer.
After MAINTENANCE MENU is displayed on LCD, the display changes to USER.
Press SW 1 to select USER for destination setting.
ODA * appears on the lower display. Press SW 2 to select a destination.
Confirm the setting by pressing SW 3.
Printer restarts, and comes up with the destination changed.
Description:
Each of Japan domestic and over seas AR-C200P uses a common ROM.
Destination setting must be made for the common ROM to be used in the printers to various
destinations (the setting in the ROM default to ODA).
Setiings are stored in TIG board' s EEPROM.
Maintenance boards are to be shipped with the destination setting at its default and, when Settings
are stored in TIG board' s EEPROM.
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3.2.5
Recovery Flash ROM data on TIG board
A 4MB Flash ROM that enables a user to register an arbitrary file is installed on the TIG board.
When a TIG board has to be replaced, print a file list of the information menu and check the
registered files before replacing the board.
Re-register necessary files when the TIG board is replaced.
3.3
Adjusting the Density
The auto density adjust mode is set to [Auto] when the printer is delivered, however, problems may
occur upon using the printer if the mode is set to [Manual]. Perform the procedure when the density
is improper.
Note: Perform the task when the printer is not in operation. Do not perform during warm-up.
(1) Press ) several times and display [Color Menu].
(2) Press 1 or 5 and display [Density Adjust/Start].
(3) Press 3.
The auto density adjustment will begin.
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3.4
Paper Thickness Detection Sensitivity Adjustment and Media Thickness Detection
Value Check
Outline:
The sensitivity of a micro displacement sensor used for detecting media thickness varies from
one to another. Therefore, to ascertain the sensitivity in advance, check the output value of
the sensor by passing media of known thickness through the printer equipped with the sensor.
The sensitivity is fixed based on the output value.
Adjustments must be made when the paper thickness sensor, the registration roller and the
PU board are replaced.
By passing, from the multipurpose tray, four sheets of paper whose thickness has been
measured with a micrometer (MDQ-30M, MDQ-30), the correction value for media thickness
sensitivity is automatically set with the first three sheets. Check the media thickness detection
value with the fourth sheet.
Media: Transparency (42404301)
Paper thickness difference: Within ±10∝m
3.4.1
Applicable Operating Systems and Interfaces, and File Required
Software: AdjustmentMM.exe (Ver. 1.12)
File Required: Opusbase.dll
OS
I/F
File Type
File Name
Win9x Series
(95/98/Me)
Centronics
No file required
No file required
USB
USB driver
Win2000/XP
Centronics
USB
Note:
USB Driver for
Win98.exe
Remarks
The interface port must be checked for its
bidirectional setting.
With the insertion of a USB, installation screen
display is provided.
Inapplicable
No file required
No file required
For use of a Centronics interface, the interface port must be checked for its bidirectional
setting.
Checking: Check the parallel port is set to bidirectional in the BIOS setup (Parallel Mode
parameter: Bi directional. No ECP/EEP).
Note:
BIOS setup and program words vary with personal computers. Be sure to refer to the user
documentation for the PC used.
(Example for NEC PCs)
(1) Power on the PC.
(2) POST (Power On Self-Test) details are displayed on the PC screen and then, at the lower
left of the screen, Press <F2> to enter SETUP is shown.
(3) At the press of <F2>, SETUP is activated and the Main menu appears.
(4) Select Peripheral Configuration from the Advanced menu.
(5) Select Parallel Mode and check the parallel port is set to Bi directional.
(6) Press Esc to end the checking.
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3.4.2
Setting
3.4.2.1 Menu Setting
(1) Power on the PC.
(2) Create an arbitrary folder, and copy the two files AdjustMM.exe and Opusbacc.dll into it
(refer to the screen that is an example when the folder C:\MediaThickness has been created).
(3) On the PC, activate the adjustment software AdjustMM (press OK on the screen that is
provided only when the software is activated first time).
Perform steps (2) to (4) only in
first-time menu setting.
(4) Connect the printer AC cable and Centronics interface cable.
Note:
• When a Centronics is used, operation is not performed unless the Centronics is set to
bidirectional. Refer to 3.4.1 Applicable Operating Systems and Interfaces, and File
Required.
• When a USB is used with a Win9x series (Win95/98/Me), the USB driver “ USB Driver
for Win98.exe” must be installed.
(5) Power on the printer. Wait until the printer is placed on-line.
(6) Mark the Config(C) checkbox and then press Setup Data.
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(7) Setting screen appears. Select (mark) LPT1 or USB on the Printer Port menu. Press OK.
Note:
Do not change settings other than those instructed here.
(8) The screen returns to the Adjust Munsell & Media screen. Press Media.
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3.4.2.2 Media Setting
(1) The media thickness input screen is displayed.
Prepare four sensitivity adjustment transparency sheets (42404301) and enter the thicknesses
with which the transparency sheets are labeled.
Four sensitivity Adjustment Transparency Sheets (42404301)
Long Edge
xxx ∝m
Transparency Sheet Appearance
Note:
Short Edge
xxx ∝m
DO NOT REUSE
Media Thickness Indication Label
• Make thickness entries in ∝m (simply type in the value that is indicated on each
transparency sheet). Enter the value of the short edge.
• Load the sheets in the multipurpose tray, in the order of their thickness entry (the media
of the first entered thickness is to be lowermost in the multipurpose tray).
Tray Loading Order
Thickness Entry Order Screen Display
4
sample 1=
4
3
sample 2=
2
1
MP try top
Feed Order
Remarks
1
Sensitivity adjustment
1st sheet
3
2
Sensitivity adjustment
2nd sheet
sample 3=
2
3
Sensitivity adjustment
3rd sheet
Check data=
1
4
Check sheet
MP try bottom
(2) After the completion of the thickness entry of the fourth sheet, the ADJUSTMM screen is
shown.
Paper Orientation: Portrait
Measurement point
* Load four sheets of media so as that their measurement points are located at the front feeder
- plate hopper.
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3.4.2.3 Sensitivity Adjustment
(1) With the press of OK on the ADJUSTMM screen, sensitivity adjustment is performed. The
printer boots up, and four sheets of media are passed through it.
(2) When the sensitivity adjustment is completed properly, the ADJUSTMM screen and the
Adjust Munsell & Media screen are displayed.
(3) When the sensitivity adjustment is not properly completed, the screen appears. In such
cases, see Actions for NG Sensitivity Adjustment.
(4) The folder C:\MediaThickness is automatically created, storing the result of the sensitivity
adjustment in the CSV format.
Determine cause(s) of NG results from the stored file. After the cause(s) are corrected,
conduct sensitivity adjustment again.
(5) Power off the printer and disconnect the interface cable.
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3.4.2.4 Actions for NG Sensitivity Adjustment
When a CSV format file stored automatically in sensitivity adjustment is opened, the opened file
contains the following. The yellow-shaded area shows errors. For error code-to-description
correspondence, see the flow chart shown below.
Data stored in CSV format (Example)
Calibration of Media-thickness adjustment & Munsell correction writing
Lot:
0121 MO59970
Machin ODC-000
#####
Time
Date
IR Number Err.Code Check Input Check Meas Calb Data-D1 Data-D2 Data-D3 Data-R1 Data-R2 Data-R3 AD-1 AD-2 AD-3 AD-Che Munsell Judg
8:55:06
GOOD ######
763 FE
104 754 760 762
105
99
102
103
101
141
107
101
0
17
GOOD ###### 10:14:21
633 FE
112 627 634 634
108
97
103
102
100
146
103
99
0
18
0
GOOD ###### 10:18:42
654
107 640 653 654
109
101
101
101
103
145
100
96
0
37
3
GOOD ###### 10:38:15
781
102 772 779 781
98
98
103
99
98
139
105
101
0
1
2
GOOD ###### 10:45:58
697
104 687 697 698
100
91
104
103
98
136
105
101
0
13
2
GOOD ###### 10:58:27
758
102 752 760 759
106
97
101
104
101
140
98
102
0
5
Action procedure for NG sensitivity adjustment on media thickness detection part
Adjustment Process
Sensitivity
adjustment performed
Yes
Error codes and Error descriptions
Error323/324
10
The paper
absence AD value not within
its spec.
No
No
Yes
Check the height of the lever-magnification.
Non-Paper AD Error
20
The media thickness not within its spec.
Yes
1 Check the height of the lever-magnification.
2 When a thicker value is detected, check the height of the
stage-pickup.
3 When a thinner value is detected, check the sliding
performance of the lever-magnification and the lever-pickup.
Thickness Error
No
30
The skew not within its spec.
Yes
See Attachment
No
Slant Error
40
Yes
The difference between
the values in the presence and absence
of paper not within its spec.
No
SNS AD Error
50
A sensor faulty occurred
No
1 Check the height of the lever-magnification.
2 Check the sliding performance of the lever-pickup.
Yes
Replace the sensor.
SNS Error
1 This error may be caused by other factors, such as paper
FE adjustment failed
jamming, hopping and paper absence.
2 For paper jamming at media thickness detection part, adjust
the height of the stage-pickup.
OK
Sensitivity
adjustment performed
OK or NG
NG
Replace the cover
Assy - thickness or
the plate Assy - stay.
Go to the top of the flow.
END
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3.4.3
Inputting the density of the calibration chip for density detection
Write the calibration target adjustment value (last 2 digits in the barcode, refer to the figure below)
indicated on the shutter label.
The adjustment value of the shutter must be reset when Sheet Color, density sensor, or PU sensor
is replaced.
3.4.3.1 Density Adjustment Menu Setting
For the steps (1) to (8) of menu setting, see Media Thickness Detection Adjustment Calibration
3.4.2.1, steps (1) to (8).
(9) The screen returns to the Adjust Munsell & Media screen. Press Munsell.
(10) Press Yes.
(11) The Munsell sheet correction value input screen appears.
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(12) Enter the correction value marked on the barcode label on the shutter into the Input field
and press OK (the Munsell sheet correction value is sent from the PC to the printer and set).
(13) When the density adjustment is completed properly, the ADJUSTMM screen and the
Adjust Munsell & Media screen are brought up.
Barcode specification:
1 Applied code
: code39
2 Barcode digit
: 12 digits
3 Written content :
From the left:*1 digit
Date4 digits
(ID barcode) method
Year 1 digit - 1 digit (x) in (200x)
Month 1 digit (10th, 11th, 12th month are indicated as X, Y, Z.)
Day
2 digits
Empty 4 digits
Set zeros “0000”.
2 adjustment digits (Same as the data format input manually for the printer.)
00~04 for 0 to 4, FF~FC for -1 to -4.
Code content
Barcode
2-Character correction value
61mm
6mm
xxx.......xx FC
4 Barcode length
YC4116-1006P001 label sheet 1/4”
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3.4.4
Electronic Serial Number Input
[Outline]
The 22-character electronic serial number (E-S/N) that has been marked on each printer’s
nameplate is to be entered.
[Case that Requires Electronic Serial Number Input]
The EEPROM mounted on the PU board of a printer is replaced with a new one.
[Setting Method]
For the steps (1) to (8) of menu setting, see Media Thickness Detection Adjustment Calibration
3.4.2.1, steps (1) to (8).
(9) The screen returns to the Adjust Munsell & Media screen. Press S/N.
(10) The Input Data screen is displayed. Type 22-character electronic serial number in the Input
field and press OK.
(11) When the electronic serial number input is completed properly, the Adjust Munsell & Media
screen appears.
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4.
REGULAR MAINTENANCE
4.1
Parts Replaced Regularly
Users are recommended to replace parts periodically according to the table below. (Print quality
cannot be assured and damages may occur, when the parts are not replaced.)
Part Name
Large toner
cartridge
Time of Replacement
When [Fill Toner] is displayed.
Condition for Replacement Adjustment (after replacement)
10,000 pages are
printed.
Toner cartridge When [Fill Toner] is displayed.
5,000 pages are printed.
ID
When [Drum Life] is displayed.
20,000 pages are
printed. (3P/J)
Fuser unit
When [Fuser Life] is displayed.
60,000 pages are
printed.
Belt unit
When [Belt Life] is displayed.
60,000 pages are
printed.
Feed Roller
Components
When non-feeding of paper is
frequent (a proper paper
amount is loaded).
120,000 pages are
printed (this is given as
a guide).
Parts are replaced periodically by users.
4.2
Cleaning
Clean the internal and external sections of the printer with waste and a small vacuum cleaner as
required.
Note: Do not touch the image drum terminals, the LED lens array, and the LED head connecter.
4.3
Cleaning the LED Lens Array
Clean the LED head array while white bands or lines (white-out, faint print) appear in the vertical
direction on a printed page.
Note: Be sure to clean the LED lens array with the LED lens array cleaner. (the LED head
cleaner is packed together with the toner cartridge.)
White band, white stripe
(Void or light printing)
4.4
Cleaning the Pick-up Roller
Clean the pick-up roller if lines appear in the vertical direction on the printed page.
Note: Use a soft cloth in order to avoid scratching the roller surface.
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5.
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
5.1
Precautions before troubleshooting
5.2
5.3
(1)
Confirm the basic inspection items described in the user manual.
(2)
Obtain as much information regarding the problem from the user as possible.
(3)
Check the printer in a condition close to that upon generating the problem.
Precautions before handling an abnormal image
(1)
Confirm that the environment for using this printer is appropriate.
(2)
Confirm that consumables (toner, drum cartridge) are replaced appropriately.
(3)
Confirm that paper is accurate. Refer to paper specifications.
(4)
Confirm that the drum cartridge is set appropriately.
Precautions upon handling an abnormal image
(1)
Do not touch or allow foreign objects to contact the OPC drum surface.
(2)
Do not expose the OPC drum to direct sunlight.
(3)
Do not touch the fuser unit as it is heated significantly.
(4)
Do not expose the image drum to light for longer than five minutes in room temperature.
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5.4
Preparing for Troubleshooting
(1)
Operator panel display
Problems that occur with the printer are indicated in the LCD.
Apply proper remedies according to the message indicated in the LCD.
5.5
Troubleshooting Procedure
Confirm the problem in the following method when the printer generates a problem.
Problem generated
Problem is displayed
in LCD.
Abnormal image
(or problems that are
not displayed in the
LCD)
Repair using the “LCD
message list” (see 5.5.1).
Repair in detail using
troubleshooting flow
(see 5.5.2).
Repair in detail using
troubleshooting flow
(see 5.5.3).
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5.5.1
LCD message list
When the printer detects a non-recoverable error, the following service call error is displayed in the
LCD.
Service call
nnn: error
Note:
nnn is an error code.
When [Service call] is displayed, error information that corresponds to the error code appears in
the bottom line in the LCD. Error codes, their definitions and remedies are described in Table 51-1.
Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (1/6)
Message
Cause
Error Description
Solutions
Service Call CPU Exception
001: Error
~
011: Error
Does error display reappear?
Does error display reappear?
Yes
Yes
Turn power OFF and ON.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call CU ROM Hash
Check Error 1
020: Error
Is program ROM DIMM set properly?
Is error recovered by replacing program
ROM DIMM?
No
Yes
No
Reset program ROM DIMM.
Replace program ROM DIMM.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call CU Slot1 DIMM
RAM Check Error
030: Error
Is subject RAM DIMM set properly?
Is error recovered by replacing subject
ROM DIMM?
No
Yes
No
Reset subject RAM DIMM.
Replace RAM DIMM.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call CU Slot2 DIMM
RAM Check Error
031: Error
Is subject RAM DIMM set properly?
Is error recovered by replacing subject
ROM DIMM?
No
Yes
No
Reset subject RAM DIMM.
Replace RAM DIMM.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call CU Slot3 DIMM
RAM Check Error
032: Error
Is subject RAM DIMM set properly?
Is error recovered by replacing subject
ROM DIMM?
No
Yes
No
Reset subject RAM DIMM.
Replace RAM DIMM.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call Slot1 RAM Spec Error.
The CU RAM Slot1
035: Error
DIMM specification
is not supported.
Is RAM DIMM genuine?
Is subject RAM DIMM gap setting proper?
Is error recovered by replacing subject
ROM DIMM?
No
No
Yes
No
Use genuine RAM DIMM.
Reset subject RAM DIMM.
Replace RAM DIMM.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call Slot2 RAM Spec Error.
036: Error
The CU RAM Slot2
DIMM specification
is not supported.
Is RAM DIMM genuine?
Is subject RAM DIMM gap setting proper?
Is error recovered by replacing subject
ROM DIMM?
No
No
Yes
No
Use genuine RAM DIMM.
Reset subject RAM DIMM.
Replace RAM DIMM.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call Slot3 RAM Spec Error.
037: Error
The CU RAM Slot3
DIMM specification
is notsupported.
Is RAM DIMM genuine?
Is subject RAM DIMM gap setting proper?
Is error recovered by replacing subject
ROM DIMM?
No
No
Yes
No
Use genuine RAM DIMM.
Reset subject RAM DIMM.
Replace RAM DIMM.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call CU EEPROM Error
040: Error
Is error recovered by replacing EEPROM
on CU board?
Yes
Replace EEPROM.
(Recover user environment.)
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM)
Service Call CU Flash Error
041: Error
Flash ROM error on
CU board.
Does error display reappear?
Yes
No
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM.)
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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (2/6)
Message
Cause
Error Description
Solutions
Service Call Flash File SYSTEM
042: Error
Error
~
044: Error
Failed access to Flash set directly on CU
board.
Service Call CU ROM for PS+PCL
was set in Non-PS
048: Error
device.
Is proper program ROM set?
Yes
No
Replace program ROM DIMM.
Replace with proper program ROM
DIMM.
Service Call CU type mismatch
CU ROM does not
049: Error
match with the device.
Is proper program ROM set?
Yes
No
Replace program ROM DIMM.
Replace with proper program ROM
DIMM.
Service Call Operater Panel Error
050: Error
Does error display reappear?
Yes
Refer to no LCD display flow chart.
No
Yes
No
Connect properly.
Replace fan.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM.)
No
Yes
No
Set properly.
Replace Network.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM.)
Is connector set properly on CU board?
Service Call CU Fan Error
Abnormal CPU cooling
051: Error
Is error recovered by replacing fan?
fan on CU board.
Service Call Network comm. Error
Abnormal H/W I/F
063: Error
between CU-NIC.
Is network board set properly?
Is error recovered by replacing network
board?
Press ), 3, 5, 6 to turn power ON,
release buttons when
[FLASH FORMAT] appears, wait until
[ON-LINE] (2sec) and replace TIG
board if symptom does not change.
Service Call NIC Combination Error Is proper Network board for the model set? Yes
065: Error
No
Service Call CANT_HAPPEN
PS firmware fault
070: Error
detected.
Confirm that error is recovered by turning
power OFF/ON.
Replace NIC card.
Replace with proper Network board
(MLETB11, etc.).
No
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM.)
Service Call Engine communication Is CU assembly set properly?
No
error I/F error between
072: Error
Yes
PU-CU.
Is error recovered by replacing TIG board? No
Set properly.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM.)
Replace PU board.
Service Call Video overrun detect
073: Error
~
075: Error
Is CU assembly set properly?
No
Is error recovered by replacing TIG board? Yes
Set properly.
Replace TIG board.
(Replace EEPROM.)
Service Call Error in engine RAM
read/write detected at
102: Error
power ON.
Does error reoccur?
Yes
Replace engine control board.
Service Call Error in engine SRAM
read/write detected at
103: Error
power ON.
Does error reoccur?
Yes
Replace engine control board.
Service Call Error in engine
EEPROM check total
104: Error
detected at power ON.
Does error reoccur?
Yes
Replace engine control board.
Service Call EEPROM not detected Does EEPROM exist?
Does error reoccur?
at power ON.
105: Error
Yes
Yes
Check for EEPROM and set if not
found.
Replace engine control board.
Service Call Error in engine control Does error reoccur?
logic detected at power
106: Error
ON.
Yes
Replace engine control board.
Yes
No
Reload PU I/F.
Replace engine control board.
Service Call Engine ROM
check sum error.
107: Error
Does error reoccur?
Is error recovered by reloading PU F/W?
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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (3/6)
Message
Cause
Error Description
Service Call Option unit for different Is a proper option unit for the printer set?
110: Error
model detected.
~
116: Error
110: Envelope
Feeder
111: Duplex unit
112: 2nd Tray
113: 3rd Tray
114: 4th Tray
115: 5th Tray
116: Finisher
Solutions
Yes
No
Service Call PU unit fan motor error. 1) Is fan in PU unit operating?
No
120: Error
Yes
2) Error reoccurs after replacing fan motor. Yes
Service Call High-voltage power
121: Error
supply I/F error.
Is cable between PU board andhighvoltage power LSI connected properly?
No
Yes
Set proper option unit.
Check connections and turn power
ON. If error is not recovered, replace
the unit.
Replace fan motor.
Replace engine control board.
Replace engine control board.
Connect properly.
Replace high-voltage power supply.
Check improper connections for
high-voltage.
1) Is fan in low-voltage power supply unit
Service Call Low-voltage power
No
operating?
122: Error
supply fan error.
Yes
2) Error reoccurs after replacing fan motor. Yes
Low-voltage power
supply temperature error.
Replace fan motor.
Replace low-voltage power supply.
Replace low-voltage power supply.
Service Call Improper environment
humidity detected by
123: Error
sensor.
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Does error reoccur?
Yes
Yes
Turn ON power again.
Replace humidity sensor.
Service Call Improper environment
temperature detected
124: Error
by sensor.
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Does error reoccur?
Yes
Yes
Turn ON power again.
Replace humidity sensor.
Service Call Error detected at MT
home position.
125: Error
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Does error reoccur?
Yes
Yes
Turn ON power again.
Replace MT.
Turn power Sensor dew error.
OFF and wait
126: Dew
error
Sensor dew error detected.
Service Call Temperature rise
130: Error
detected at LED head.
1) Is error message displayed?
Turn ON power after a while.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Leave alone for 30 min.
Turn power OFF. Leave for 30 min.,
then turn power ON. Replace LED
head.
Service Call Same unit not detected 1) Is error message displayed?
131: Y Head upon power ON or
2) Is LED head properly set?
132: M Head opening cover.
3) Does error reoccur?
133: C Head
134: K Head
Yes
No
Yes
Confirm that LED head is set properly.
Turn power ON again.
Replace LED head assembly.
Service Call Error detected at
140: Y ID
proper ID position.
141: M ID
142: C ID
143: K ID
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Does error reoccur?
Yes
Yes
Turn power ON again.
Replace drum assembly.
Service Call When a fuse could not
be disconnected in the
150: Y
ID unit.
151: M
152: C
153: K
Is ID unit set properly?
Yes
Check cable connections and replace
engine board.
Is belt unit set properly?
Service Call When belt unit fuse
cannot be disconnected.
154: Error
Yes
Check cable connections and replace
engine board.
Is fuser unit set properly?
Service Call When fuser unit fuse
cannot be disconnected.
155: Error
Yes
Check cable connections and replace
engine board.
2) Does error reoccur?
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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (4/6)
Message
Cause
Error Description
Service Call Error detected by toner 1) Is error message displayed?
160: Y Toner sensor.
2) Does error reoccur?
161: M Toner
162: C Toner
163: K Toner
Yes
Replace toner sensor or assembly
(Y71-PWB).
Same as above.
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Does error reoccur?
Yes
Yes
Turn ON power again.
Replace thermistor and turn power
OFF. Leave aside for 30 min.
1) Is error message displayed?
Service Call Thermistor indicates
high-temperature error. 2) Does error reoccur?
172: Error
176: Error
Yes
Yes
Turn ON power again.
Replace thermistor and turn power
OFF. Leave aside for 30 min.
Service Call Thermistor indicates
low-temperature error.
173: Error
177: Error
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Does error reoccur?
Yes
Yes
Turn ON power again.
Replace thermistor and turn power
OFF. Leave aside for 30 min.
Service Call Wrong fuser standard.
179: Error
1) Does fuser match with model and power No
voltage?
Yes
2) Error reoccurs after setting fuser properly. Yes
Service Call
170: Error
171: Error
174: Error
175: Error
Short circuit in fuser
thermistor or open
detected (high temp.
or low temp.)
Solutions
Yes
1) Is error message displayed?
Service Call Communication
2) Does error reoccur?
disability with option
180: Error
unit detected by engine.
~
186: Error
Set proper fuser.
Check if fuser is set properly.
Replace fuser.
Yes
Yes
Turn ON power again.
Replace option unit.
Service Call Communication with
control panel disabled.
187: Error
Is cable properly connected to control panel?
No
Yes
Connect properly.
Replace control panel and cable.
Close cover Printer engine cover
open.
310: Top
cover open
1) Check if top cover is open.
2) Check if cover switch is proper.
Yes
Yes
No
Close top cover.
Close side cover.
Replace cover switch.
Yes
No
Yes
Check if fuser is set properly.
Reset fuser and turn ON power again.
Replace fuser unit assembly.
Reset fuser
320: Fuser
error
Same unit not detected 1) Is error message displayed?
2) Is fuser unit set properly?
upon power ON or
3) Does error reoccur?
opening cover.
Turn power Printer cannot be used
OFF and wait temporarily due to
321: MOTOR motor overheat.
OVERHEAT
Turn ON power after a while.
Open/close
cover
323: Paper
thickness
error
1) Are foreign objects mixed in sensor?
Sensor output out of
Yes
2) Does printer recover when detecting
range with no media.
No
paper thickness by opening/closing tray?
(Only for Factory Mode)
3) Does printer recover by power OFF/ON.
Remove foreign objects.
Normal.
Open/close
cover
324: Paper
thickness
error
Sensor output gap out 1) Are foreign objects mixed in sensor?
Yes
of range with no media. 2) Does printer recover when detecting
No
paper thickness by opening/closing tray?
(Only for Factory Mode)
3) Does printer recover by power OFF/ON.
Remove foreign objects.
Normal.
Open/close
cover
325: Paper
thickness
error
Media detect value out
of range.
1) Is different media type mixed in?
2) Is media being double fed?
Yes
Remove foreign objects.
Open/close
cover
326: Paper
thickness
error
U-Heavy mode media
detect value out of
range.
Is different media type mixed in?
Yes
Remove foreign objects.
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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (5/6)
Message
Cause
Error Description
Solutions
Reset belt
Same unit not detected 1) Is error message displayed?
330: Belt error upon power ON or
2) Is belt unit set properly?
closing cover.
3) Does error reoccur?
Yes
No
Yes
Check set condition of belt unit.
Reset belt unit and turn power ON
again.
Replace belt unit assembly.
Reset drum
330~343:
Drum error
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Is image drum set properly?
3) Does error reoccur?
Yes
No
Yes
Check set condition of ID.
Turn power ON again.
Replace ID unit assembly.
Right after replacing ID unit?
Yes
No
Check ID unit life.
Replace ID unit.
Set new fuser Fuser life (occurs when Right after replacing fuser?
354: Fuser life fuser life continuation
is OFF).
Yes
No
Check fuser life.
Replace fuser.
Set new belt Belt life notified (alarm). Right after replacing belt?
355: Belt life Print N-count by
opening and closing
cover.
Yes
No
Check belt life.
Replace belt.
Set new belt Waste toner belt life
356: Belt life notified (alarm).
Print N-count by
opening and closing
cover. N=20
Right after replacing belt?
Yes
No
Check belt life.
Replace belt.
Set duplex unit When duplex unit is
360: Duplex removed from printer.
unit is open.
Does error recover by resetting duplex
unit?
Yes
No
Normal.
Replace duplex unit or engine board.
Check
Paper jam detected
DUPLEX
after paper rotated in
370: Paper jam duplex unit.
Check paper jam in duplex unit.
Yes
No
Remove jammed paper.
Check/replace duplex unit.
Check
Paper jam during paper Check paper jam in duplex unit.
DUPLEX
feed from duplex unit.
371: Paper jam
Yes
No
Remove jammed paper.
Check/replace duplex unit.
Check miss-feed in duplex unit.
Yes
Remove miss-fed paper and close
cover.
Check/replace duplex unit.
Same as above.
Set new drum ID unit life.
350: Yellow drum
life
351: Magenta
drum life
352: Cyan drum
life
353: Black drum
life
Check
DUPLEX
372: Paper jam
No
Open front
Paper jam during paper Check miss-feed in duplex unit.
cover
feed from cassette 1, 2,
380: Paper jam 3, 4 or 5.
Yes
No
Remove miss-fed paper and set
cassette.
Check/replace cassette 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.
Open top
Paper jam detected
cover
between black ID and
381: Paper jam fuser
1) Check paper jam between yellow ID
and fuser.
2) Check fuser unit load.
Yes
Remove jammed paper.
No
Replace fuser unit.
Open top
Paper jam detected in
cover
fuser or during paper
382: Paper jam ejection from fuser.
1) Check paper jam in fuser and between
yellow ID and fuser.
2) Check if paper ejection switch is proper.
Yes
Remove jammed paper.
No
Replace paper ejection switch.
Open top
Paper jam detected
cover
when paper started to
383: Paper jam enter duplex print unit.
Check paper jam in duplex unit or at
entrance.
Yes
No
Remove jammed paper.
Check/replace duplex unit.
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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (6/6)
Message
Cause
Error Description
Solutions
Open top cover Jam generated in paper Open front cover and check jammed paper. Yes
389: Paper jam path.
Remove jammed paper.
Check MP tray Paper jam during paper Check for miss-fed paper around MT
390: Paper jam feed from MT.
cassette.
Yes
No
Remove miss-fed paper and close
cover.
Check/replace MT.
Check tray *
391~395:
Paper jam
1) Check jammed paper between cassette
and yellow ID.
2) Check if paper entry switch is normal.
Yes
Remove jammed paper.
No
Replace entry switch.
Open top cover Non-set paper (45mm
400: Paper
or above) detected by
size error
printer engine.
1) Is paper custom size?
2) Is paper standard size?
Yes
Yes
No
No treatment required.
Adjust paper size guide in cassette.
Replace paper size board (PXC PWB).
Refill toner
Certain toner is almost
410: Yellow empty.
411: Magenta
412: Cyan
413: Black
1) Selected toner cartridge is almost empty. Yes
2) Check if selected toner cartridge is
No
normal.
Replace with new toner kit.
Replace selected toner sensor.
Remove paper Paper ejection stacker
480: Stacker is full.
full
1) Check if stacker is full.
2) Check if stacker full sensor is operating
properly.
Yes
No
Remove paper from stacker.
Replace stacker full sensor.
Set ***
490: No paper
in MP tray
(* stands for A4
B4, etc.)
1) Check if paper is empty in MT.
2) Check if paper-end sensor is operating
properly.
Yes
No
Set paper in MT.
Replace paper-end sensor.
Set ***
1) Check if paper is empty in selected
Paper empty in
491~495: No cassette 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.
cassette.
paper in * tray
2) Check if paper-end sensor is operating
(* stands for A4
properly.
B4, etc.)
Yes
No
Set paper in selected cassette.
Replace the corresponding paper-end
sensor.
Replace fuser
1) Is error message displayed?
2) Was fuser unit just replaced?
Yes
No
Check fuser unit life.
Replace fuser immediately or at next
maintenance.
Paper in * tray Paper near end
nearly empty detected.
Are only few papers remaining in tray?
(approx. 30 sheets or less)
Yes
No
Refill paper.
Check paper near end sensor.
Disk operation Cannot write in HDD.
error
Is faulty operation being applied?
No
Yes
Check manual operation.
HDD abnormality. Replace HDD.
Paper jam detected
between cassette and
black ID.
No paper in selected
cassette. cassette is
not set, or paper ran
out in cassette being
used.
Fuser counter
exceeded life.
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5.5.2
Preparing for troubleshooting
(1)
Operator panel display
Problems that are generated in this device are indicated in the LCD.
Apply proper measures according to the message displayed in the LCD.
No.
Problem
Flow Chart No.
1
The printer does not function properly after power ON.
1
2
Jam error
Feed jam (1st tray)
Feed jam (multipurpose tray)
Path jam
Exit jam
Duplex jam
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
3
Paper size error
3
4
I/D up/down error
4
5
Fuser unit error
5
6
Fan motor error
6
Note:
(2)
When changing the engine board, remove the EEPROM chip from the old
board and install it on the newly replaced board
CU assembly troubleshooting
No operation
Is an error message displayed?
YES
▼
•No
Perform according to the error message.
Is black displayed in the top and bottom lines of the operator panel LCD?
•No
Check the power voltage
3.3V, 5V
3.3V is open space
2 pin for JTAGW
5V is 2, 3 pins for open space HD5V.
No
Replace the power supply.
▼
•YES Check the PU board and operator panel board.
▼
•YES
Is ROM DIMM A set properly?
No
▼
•YES
Set a program DIMM to ROM DIMM A properly.
If the error is not recovered, replace the CU board.
Replace the CU board.
Remove EEPROM from the old board and install it on the new board.
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1 The printer does not function properly after power ON.
•
•
Turn the power OFF then ON.
Is
displayed? (Approx. 1 sec.)
•
No
Is the AC cable connected properly?
No Connect the AC cable properly.
▼
• Yes Is +5V output to the panel connector (OPTN connector) on the engine board PWB?
Pin 10, 11, 18: +5V
Pin 5, 7, 15,20: 0V
Yes Is +5V output to the panel connector on the relay board (Y73 PWB)?
Pin 5: +5V
Pin 2: 0V
No
Replace the relay board.
Yes Is the operator panel cable connected properly?
No
Connect the cable properly.
Yes Replace the operator panel cable. Is operation recovered?
No
Replace the cover assembly of the operator panel.
Yes End.
▼
• No
Is +5V output to the power connector on the engine board?
Pin 5, 6, 7, 8: +5V
Pin 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11: 0V
No
Check the power connection connector, then replace the low-voltage power supply
unit.
▼
• Yes Replace the engine board.
▼
•
Yes
Are the following voltages output to the PU IF connector on the main board?
Pin 137-147, 187-197 : +5V
Pin 125-136, 175-186
: +3.3V
Pin 148, 198
: +12V Pin 101-124, 149-174, 199, 200 : 0V
Yes Replace the main board.
▼
•
No
Is the following voltage output to the power connector on the engine board?
Pin 5, 6, 7, 8
: +5V
Pin 15
: +12V
Pin 12, 13, 14 : +34V
Pin 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 : 0V
Yes Replace the engine board.
▼
•
No
Replace the low-voltage power supply unit.
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2-1 Feed jam (1st tray)
•
Do feed jams occur right after power ON?
•
Yes Is the jam at the entrance cassette sensor or entrance MT sensor?
Yes Remove the jammed paper.
(A)
▼
• No
Does the sensor lever (entrance cassette sensor or entrance MT sensor) function properly?
No
Replace the faulty sensor lever.
▼
• Yes Does the sensor (input cassette sensor, entrance MT sensor) function properly?
Operate each sensor lever and check the signal on the FSENS connector pin on the engine
board (K7N PWB).
Pin 4: Entrance sensor / Pin 2: Entrance MT sensor
No
Check the connection of the NO signal cable, then replace the engine.
▼
• Yes Check the signal cable connection, then replace the sensor board (R71 PWB).
▼
•
No
•
Do feed jams occur right after papers are absorbed?
Yes Did the paper reach the entrance cassette sensor or entrance MT sensor?
Yes Proceed to (A).
▼
•
▼
• No
Replace the feed roller or paper separation frame assembly of the paper cassette.
No
Is the main feed motor rotating?
Yes Replace the feed roller or paper separation frame assembly of the paper cassette.
▼
•
No
Is the main feed motor resistance within the regulated value (approx. 4. )?
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
Replace the main feed motor.
Is 34V output to fuse F2 and F4 on the engine board?
Replace the low-voltage power unit.
Check the gear mesh status and cable connections, then replace the engine board.
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2-2 Feed jam (multipurpose tray)
•
Do feed jams occur right after power ON?
•
Yes Is the jam at the entrance cassette sensor or entrance MT sensor?
Yes Remove the jammed paper.
(A)
▼
• No
Does the sensor lever (entrance MT sensor) function properly?
No
Replace the faulty sensor lever.
▼
• Yes Does the sensor (entrance MT sensor) function properly?
(Operate each sensor lever and confirm that the sensors function properly in the switch scan
test in the system maintenance mode. Also check the FSENS connector pin signal on the
engine board.)
PIN 2: Entrance MT sensor
No
Check the signal cable connection, then replace the sensor board (R71 PWB).
▼
• Yes Check the signal cable connection, then replace the engine board.
▼
•
No
•
Do feed jams occur right after papers are absorbed?
Yes Did the paper reach the entrance MT sensor?
Yes Proceed to (A).
▼
•
▼
• No
Replace the multipurpose tray assembly.
No
Is the resist motor rotating?
•
No
Is 34V output to fuse F4 on the engine board?
No
Replace the low-voltage power unit.
▼
• Yes Check the cable connections, then replace the engine board.
▼
•
Yes
Check the cable connections, then replace the engine board.
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2-3 Path jam
•
Do path jams occur right after power ON?
•
Yes Is the jam at the entrance belt sensor?
Yes Remove the jammed paper.
(A)
▼
• No
Does the light sensor lever function properly?
No
Replace the light sensor lever.
▼
• Yes Does the belt sensor lever function properly?
(Operate the sensor lever and check the FSENS connector pin signal on the
engine board.)
Pin 6: Entrance belt sensor
No
Check the cable connections, then replace the sensor board (K71 PWB).
▼
• Yes Check the signal cable.
Is it connected properly?
No
Connect the cable properly.
▼
• Yes Replace the engine board.
▼
•
No
•
Do path jams occur right after papers are absorbed?
Yes Did the paper reach the light sensor?
Yes Proceed to (A).
▼
• No
•
Is the resist motor rotating?
No
Is the main feed motor resistance within the regulated value (approx. 7.9. )?
No
▼
•
Replace the resist motor.
Yes Check the gear mesh status, then replace the engine board.
▼
• Yes Replace resist motor A or B.
▼
•
No
•
Do path jams occur upon loading paper?
Yes Is the belt motor rotating?
•
No
Is the belt motor resistance within the regulated value (approx. 7.9. )?
No
▼
•
Replace the belt motor.
Yes Check the gear mesh status, then replace the engine board.
▼
• Yes Check the gear mesh status, then replace the belt cassette assembly.
▼
•
No
End.
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2-4 Exit jam
•
Do exit jams occur right after power ON?
•
Yes Is the jam at the paper exit sensor?
•
▼
• No
•
Yes Remove the jammed paper.
Does the paper exit sensor lever function properly?
No
Replace the paper exit sensor lever.
▼
• Yes Does the paper exit sensor function properly?
(Operate each sensor lever and confirm that the sensors function properly in the switch scan
test in the system maintenance mode. Also check the signal of connecter PARTTEMP Pin
8 on the engine board.)
No
Check the signal cable connections, then replace the paper exit sensor.
▼
• Yes Replace the engine board.
▼
•
No
Is the cover of the face-up stacker fully opened or closed?
No
▼
•
Open or close the cover completely.
Yes
Is the heat motor rotating?
•
Is the heat motor resistance within the regulated value (approx. 7.9. )?
No
No
Replace the heat motor.
▼
• Yes Is 34V output to power connector 12-14 pins on the engine board?
No
Replace the low-voltage power unit.
▼
• Yes Check the cable connections, then replace the engine board.
▼
•
Yes
Is the paper ejection guide functioning properly?
No
▼
•
Replace the paper ejection guide.
Yes Replace the engine board.
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2-5 Duplex jam
•
Do path jams occur right after power ON?
•
Yes Is there paper in the duplex print unit?
Yes Remove the jammed paper.
(A)
▼
• No
Do the duplex unit entrance sensor, rear sensor, and sensor lever of the front sensor function
properly?
No
Replace the faulty sensor lever.
▼
• Yes Do the duplex unit entrance sensor, rear sensor, and front sensor function properly?
(Check if the level of each sensor is “no paper” with the switch scan test in the system
maintenance mode.)
No
Check the cable connections, then replace the faulty sensor.
▼
• Yes Check the signal cable connection.
Is it connected properly?
No
Connect the cable properly.
▼
• Yes Replace the duplex print control board (V71 PWB)
▼
•
No
•
Do path jams occur right after papers are absorbed?
Yes Did the paper reach the duplex print rear sensor?
•
▼
• No
•
Yes Proceed to (A).
Is the duplex print motor rotating?
No
Is the duplex print motor resistance within the regulated value (approx. 6.7. )?
No
▼
•
Replace the duplex print motor.
Yes Check the gear mesh status, then replace the duplex print board (V71 PWB).
▼
• Yes Replace resist motor A or B.
▼
•
No
Replace the duplex print unit.
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3 Paper size error
•
Is paper of regulated size being used?
No
▼
•
Yes
Use paper of regulated size.
Is a jam detected by the entrance FF sensor or paper width sensor?
Yes Remove the jammed paper.
▼
•
No
Is the entrance FF sensor lever functioning properly?
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
Place the faulty sensor lever.
Is the entrance FF sensor functioning properly?
(Check the FSENS connector pin signal on the engine board.)
Pin 4: Entrance FF sensor
Check the cable connections, then replace the sensor board (R71 PWB).
Is the entrance belt sensor functioning properly?
Place the faulty sensor lever.
Is the entrance belt sensor functioning properly?
(Operate the sensor lever and confirm that the sensor functions properly in the switch scan
test in the system maintenance mode. Also check the FSENS connector pin signal on the
engine board (K7N PWB).)
Pin 6: Entrance belt sensor
Check the cable connections, then replace the sensor board (R71 PWB).
Are all paper size detection switch on the size detection board (PXC-PWB) functioning
properly?
(Press the paper size detection switch and check the PSIZE connector pin signal on the
engine board.)
Pin 3: Paper size detector 1
Pin 4: Paper size detector 2
Pin 5: Paper size detector 3
Pin 6: Paper size detector 4
Check the cable connections, then replace the paper size detection board (PXC-PWB).
Check the cable connections, then replace the engine board.
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4 Up/Down movement error of the image drum unit (ID)
•
Turn the printer OFF, then turn it ON after a few seconds.
•
Are all ID drums rotating properly during print operation?
•
No
Is the ID motor resistance within the regulated value (approx. 8.6. )?
No
Replace the faulty IDU motor.
▼
• Yes Is 34V output to F3 and F5 on the engine board?
No
Replace the low-voltage power unit.
▼
• Yes Check the cable connections, then replace the engine board.
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
Is the IDU sensor terminal functioning properly?
Check the gear mesh status and sensor terminal function, the replace the gear or sensor
terminal.
Is the ID sensor terminal functioning properly?
(Check the JODEN connector pin signal on the driver board (K7N PXB).)
Pin 12
: IDU sensor - yellow
Pin 2
: IDU sensor - magenta
Pin 4
: IDU sensor - cyan
Pin 14
: IDU sensor - black
Are all at 5V level or 0V level?
Replace the connection board (N71 PWB).
Check the cable connection between the connection board (N71 PWB) and engine board
(K7N PWB), then replace the engine board.
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5 Fuser unit error
•
Do fuser errors occur right after power ON?
(A)
•
Yes Is the heat roller thermister disconnected or generating a short circuit? (See Fig. 5-1)
(Approx. 190k-980k. in room temperature of 0-43 degrees Celsius.)
•
▼
• No
•
▼
▼
•
No
Does a fuser unit error occur approx. three minutes after power ON?
No
Proceed to (A).
Yes Replace the engine board.
▼
• No
Replace the fuser unit.
No
Is AC voltage output between CN1 connector pin 1 and pin 3 in the low-voltage power unit?
•
▼
•
Yes Replace the fuser unit.
Is the heater in the fuser unit turned ON? (Is it hot?)
•
▼
•
Is the back-up roller thermister disconnected or generating a short circuit? (See Fig. 5-1)
(Approx. 190k-980k. in room temperature of 0-43 degrees Celsius.)
▼
• No
•
▼
•
Yes Replace the fuser unit.
No
Yes
Replace the low-voltage power unit.
Replace the fuser unit.
Back-up roller thermister
Heat roller thermister
Figure 5.1
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5 Motor fan error
•
Does the low-voltage power fan rotate at power ON?
•
No
•
▼
•
Is 34V output to fuse F7 on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
No
Is 34V output to the power connector on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
No
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit.
Yes Replace the engine board.
▼
• Yes Was the low-voltage power board replaced?
•
▼
•
Yes End.
▼
• No
Replace the low-voltage power board.
Yes
Does the engine board fan rotate at power ON?
•
Is 34V output to fuse F7 on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
No
•
▼
•
No
Is 34V output to the power connector on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
No
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit.
Yes Replace the engine board.
▼
• Yes Replace the engine board fan.
▼
•
Yes
End.
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5.5.3
Troubleshooting for abnormal images
Apply remedies according to the following table when printed images are abnormal as shown
below.
Abnormal Image
The entire image is faint or the color is irregular. (Figure 5.2- A )
The white portion is dirty. (Figure 5.2- B )
A white page is output. (Figure 5.2- C )
Flowchart No.
1
2
3
Streaks or solid lines appear in the vertical direction.
(Black line, color line / black streak, color streak) (Figure 5.2- D )
White solid lines / streaks or blurred color lines / streaks appear in the vertical
direction. (Figure 5.2- F )
Faulty fusing (image blurs or scatters when touched)
Consistent abnormality (Figure 5.2- E )
Color detachment
Color irregularity
Different color compared with the original.
A Faint or blurred
D
Vertical lines/streaks
B Dirty white portion
E
Consistent abnormality
C
F
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
All white
Vertical white lines/streaks
Figure 5.2
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1 An image is generally faint or the color is irregular. (Fig 5-2 A )
•
Is the amount of toner low? (Is [Toner Low] indicated?)
Yes
▼
•
No
Is regulated paper used?
No
▼
•
Refill toner.
Yes
Use regulated paper.
Is the LED head lens dirty?
Yes Clean the LED head lens.
▼
•
No
Are all items of the LED head assembly connected properly to the connection board (Y73
PWB) and engine board (K7N PWB)?
No
▼
•
Yes
•
Check the cable connection (between each LED head and engine board), then connect the
cables between the LED head and engine board properly.
Is +5V output to the following power connector pins on the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
+5V: Pin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Yes Is +5V output to the each LED head assemblies on the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
3 pin for YPOW connector : LED head assembly - yellow
3 pin for MPOW connector : LED head assembly - magenta
3 pin for CPOW connector : LED head assembly - cyan
3 pin for KPOW connector : LED head assembly - black
No
Replace the connection board (Y73 PWB).
▼
• Yes Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly.
▼
•
No
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit. Did the printer
recover?
Yes End.
▼
•
No
Is 34V output to the power connector on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
+34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit.
Is 34V output to the HVOLT connector pin 2 on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
Replace the engine board.
Check the cable connections, then replace the high-voltage power unit or belt cassette
assembly.
Yes End.
▼
•
No
Is the I/D unit terminal connected properly to the contact assembly. (See Fig. 5-2)
No
▼
•
Yes
Connect the I/D unit terminal properly to the contact assembly.
Replace the image drum.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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2 Dirty Background. (Fig. 5-2 B )
•
Was the image drum exposed to external light for a long time?
Yes Replace the I/D unit.
▼
•
No
Is the roller in the fuser unit dirty?
Yes Replace the fuser unit.
▼
•
No
Correct the PAPER THICKNESS setting.
Light: 64 g/m2 Medium Light: 64 to 74 g/m2 Medium: 75 to 90 g/m2
Medium Heavy: 91 to 104 g/m2 Heavy: 105 to 120 g/m2 Ultra Heavy 121 to 203 g/m2
Transparency
No
▼
•
No
Is the LED head assembly connected properly to the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
No
▼
•
Yes
•
Set [Paper Thickness] properly.
Connect the LED head assembly properly to the connection board (Y73 PWB).
Is +5V output to the following power pins on the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
+5V: Pin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Yes Is +5V output to the following cable connector pins between the connection board (Y73
PWB) and LED head assembly?
3 pin for YPOW connector : LED head assembly - yellow
3 pin for MPOW connector : LED head assembly - magenta
3 pin for CPOW connector : LED head assembly - cyan
3 pin for KPOW connector : LED head assembly - black
No
Replace the connection board (Y73 PWB).
▼
• Yes Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly.
▼
•
No
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit. Did the printer
recover?
Yes End.
▼
•
No
Is 34V output to the power connector on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
+34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
No
▼
•
Yes
No
▼
•
Yes
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit.
Is 34V output to the power connector pin 2 on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
+34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
Replace the engine board.
Check the cable connections, then replace the high-voltage power unit or belt cassette
assembly.
Yes End.
▼
•
No
Is the I/D unit terminal connected properly to the contact assembly. (See Fig. 5-2)
No
▼
•
Yes
Connect the I/D unit terminal properly to the contact assembly.
Replace the image drum unit.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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3
White page (Fig 5-2 C )
•
Is the LED head assembly connected properly to the connection board (Y73 PWB) or engine board
(K7N PWB)?
NO
▼
•
YES
•
Connect the cables, connect the LED assembly to the connection board (Y73 PWB), and
engine board properly.
Is +5V output to the following power connector pins on the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
+3.8V: Pin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
YES Is +5V output to the following cable connector pins between the connection board (Y73
PWB) and LED head assembly?
3 pin for YPOW connector : LED head assembly - yellow
3 pin for MPOW connector : LED head assembly - magenta
3 pin for CPOW connector : LED head assembly - cyan
3 pin for KPOW connector : LED head assembly - black
NO
Replace the connection board (Y73 PWB).
▼
• YES Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
NO
Is 34V output to the power connector on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
+34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit.
Is 34V output to HVOLT connector pin 2 on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
Replace the engine board.
Check the cable connections, then replace the high-voltage power unit or belt cassette
assembly. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the I/D unit terminal connected properly to the contact assembly. (See Fig. 5-2)
Connect the I/D unit terminal properly to the contact assembly.
Replace the image drum unit.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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4
Solid lines or streaks appear in the vertical direction. (Black lines, color lines / black streaks, color
streaks) (Fig. 5-2 D )
•
Is the LED head assembly connected properly to the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
NO
▼
•
YES
Connect the LED head assembly to the connection board properly.
Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
•
YES
Check the cable connections, then replace the connection board (Y73 PWB). Did the printer
recover?
YES End
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the engine board (K7N PWB) connected properly to the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
Connected the engine board properly to the connection board.
Check the cable connections, then replace the engine board (K7N PWB). Did the printer
recover?
YES End
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the I/D terminal connected properly to the contact assembly? (See Fig. 5-3)
Connect the I/D terminal properly to the contact assembly.
Replace the image drum.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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5
Thick white lines / streaks or blurred color lines / streaks appear in the vertical direction (Fig. 5-2 F )
•
Is the LED head dirty?
YES Clean the LED head.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the LED head assembly connected to the connection board (Y73 PWB) properly?
Connect the LED head assembly to the connection board (Y73 PWB) properly.
Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
Check the cable connections, then replace the connection board (Y73 PWB). Did the printer
recover?
YES End
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the engine board (K7N PWB) connected properly to the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
Connected the engine board properly to the connection board.
Check the cable connections, then replace the engine board (K7N PWB). Did the printer
recover?
YES End
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the I/D terminal connected properly to the contact assembly? (See Fig. 5-3)
Connect the I/D terminal properly to the contact assembly.
Replace the image drum.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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6
Poor Fusing (Ink spreads or peels when touched with fingers)
•
Is regulated paper being used?
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
Use regulated paper.
Is the contact of the fuser unit connected properly?
Connect the contact of the fuser unit properly.
Is the roller in the fuser unit dirty?
YES Replace the fuser unit assembly.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the PAPER THICKNESS (menu 1) selected correctly?
Light: 64 g/m2 Medium Light: 64 to 74 g/m2 Medium: 75 to 90 g/m2
Medium Heavy: 91 to 104 g/m2 Heavy: 105 to 120 g/m2 Ultra Heavy 121 to 203 g/m2
Transparency
Set [Paper Thickness] properly.
Is AC voltage output between CN connector pins 1 and 3 in the low-voltage power unit?
Replace the low-voltage power unit.
Is the heat roller thermister resistance within the regulated value? (See Fig. 5-1)
(Approx. 180k-980k. in room temperature of 0-43 degrees Celsius.)
Replace the fuser unit.
Is the back-up roller thermister resistance within the regulated value? (See Fig. 5-1)
(Approx. 190k-980k. in room temperature of 0-43 degrees Celsius.)
Replace the fuser unit.
Does the fuser temperature match the set temperature?
Check the fuser temperature in the LCD display of the engine maintenance mode.
Heat roller (upper): 145-155 degrees (5FH-6BH)
Back-up (lower) : 125-135 degrees (48H-53H)
Replace the fuser unit assembly.
Replace the fuser unit assembly.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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7
Consistent abnormality (Figure 5.2- E )
Consistency
94.2 mm
63.6 mm
57.8 mm
44.0 mm
113.1 mm
57.8 mm
Problem
Image Drum
Developing Roller
Toner Supply Roller
Charge Roller
Fuser Roller (Upper)
Fuser Roller (Lower)
Transfer Roller
Remedy
Replace the ID unit.
Replace the ID unit.
Replace the ID unit.
Replace the ID unit.
Replace the fuser unit.
Replace the fuser unit.
Replace the belt cassette assembly.
Note: The life counter for the I/D unit, fuser unit, and belt cassette unit is reset automatically when
the unit is replaced.
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8
Color detaches.
•
Is the LED head dirty?
YES Clean the LED head.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
•
Is the LED head assembly connected to the connection board (Y73 PWB) properly?
Check the connection cable between the LED head and connection board, then connect
properly.
Is +5V output to the following HEADPOW connector pins on the connection board (Y73
PWB)?
+5V: Pin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
YES Is +5V output to the each LED head assemblies on the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
3 pin for YPOW connector : LED head assembly - yellow
3 pin for MPOW connector : LED head assembly - magenta
3 pin for CPOW connector : LED head assembly - cyan
3 pin for KPOW connector : LED head assembly - black
NO
Replace the connection board (Y73 PWB).
▼
• YES Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly.
▼
•
NO
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit. Did the printer
recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
Is 34V output to the power connector on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
+34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit.
Is 34V output to the HVOLT connector pin 2 on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
Replace the engine board.
Check the cable connections, then replace the high-voltage power unit or belt cassette
assembly.
YES End.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the I/D unit terminal connected properly to the contact assembly. (See Fig. 5-3)
Connect the I/D unit terminal to the contact assemblyproperly .
Replace the image drum.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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9
Color irregularity
•
[Toner Low] is displayed.
YES Refill toner. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
Perform the color irregularity test in the engine maintenance mode.
Method: Enter the self-diagnostic mode (Level 1) in the engine maintenance mode.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
XX.XX.XX
Press the ) and 4 keys and enter the self-diagnostic mode (Level 2).
ENGINE DIAG LEVEL2
Press the 1 key three times and display [REG ADJUST TEST].
REG ADJUST TEST
Press the 2 key once and display [REG ADJUST EXECUTE].
REG ADJUST EXECUTE
Press the 3 key and execute auto adjustment for color irregularity. (The motor will start to
rotate and adjustment for color irregularity will begin.)
▼
•
[OK] is displayed immediately with executing color irregularity adjustment. (Motor does not rotate.)
YES Error other than color irregularity has generated. Did color irregularity recover after the error
was released?
YES End.
(A)
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(A)
▼
•
NO
•
[NG CALIBRATION LEFT /RIGHT] display.
YES Is the color irregularity sensor cover dirty?
YES: Faulty cleaning operation of the rear sensor cover due to the cleaning blade on the rear
side of the shutter. Replace the shutter and sensor cover, and recover cleaning
capability.
▼
• NO
Check the connection of the Z71 board (color irregularity board) connector, RSNS on the
K7N board (engine board), and power connector. Did the printer recover after checking the
connections?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Replace the Z71 board. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Replace the engine board. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Replace the cables for the Z71 board and engine board. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
•
[DYNAMICRANGE LEFT /RIGHT] display.
YES Is the color irregularity sensor cover dirty?
YES Faulty cleaning operation of the rear sensor cover due to the cleaning blade on the rear
side of the shutter. Replace the shutter and sensor cover, and recover cleaning
capability.
▼
• NO
•
Is the open/close operation of the shutter abnormal?
YES Replace the shutter. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
Replace the shutter open/close solenoid. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Replace the belt unit. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Replace the ID unit. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
(B)
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(B)
•
[Yellow/Magenta/Cyan Left/Right/Horizontal] display
▼
• YES Replace the belt unit. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Replace the ID unit. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Is the gear abnormal? (Gear assembly such as I/D, multipurpose tray, belt unit, belt motor.)
YES Replace the damaged gear assembly.
▼
• NO
Is the LED head unit connected to the connection board (Y73 PWB) properly?
NO
Connect the LED head unit to the connection board properly.
▼
• YES Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Check the cable connections, then replace the connection board (Y73 PWB). Did the printer
recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Is the engine board (K7N PWB) connected to the connection board (Y73 PWB) properly?
NO
▼
• NO
Connect the engine to the connection board properly.
Replace the engine board. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
• NO
Is the I/D terminal connected to the contact assembly properly? (See Fig. 5-3)
NO
Connect the I/D terminal to the contact assembly properly.
▼
• YES Replace the image drum.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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0
Color irregularity compared with the original
•
Is the LED head lens dirty?
YES Clean the LED head lens.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
•
Is the LED head assembly connected to the connection board (Y73 PWB) properly?
Check the cable between the LED assembly and connection board and connect properly.
Is +5V output to the following HEADPOW connector pins on the connection board (Y73
PWB)?
+5V: Pin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
YES Is +5V output to the each LED head assemblies on the connection board (Y73 PWB)?
3 pin for YPOW connector : LED head assembly - yellow
3 pin for MPOW connector : LED head assembly - magenta
3 pin for CPOW connector : LED head assembly - cyan
3 pin for KPOW connector : LED head assembly - black
NO
Replace the connection board (Y73 PWB).
▼
• YES Check the cable connections, then replace the LED head assembly.
▼
•
NO
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit. Did the printer
recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
Is 34V output to the power connector on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
+34V: Pin 12, 13, 14
Check the cable connections, then replace the low-voltage power unit.
Is 34V output to HVOLT connector pin 2 on the engine board (K7N PWB)?
Replace the engine board.
Check the cable connections, then replace the high-voltage power unit or belt cassette
assembly. Did the printer recover?
YES End.
▼
•
NO
NO
▼
•
YES
Is the I/D unit terminal connected properly to the contact assembly. (See Fig. 5-3)
Connect the I/D unit terminal properly to the contact assembly.
Replace the image drum unit.
Note: 1. Remove EEPROM from the old board and set it on the new board upon replacing the
engine board (K7N PWB).
2. If EEPROM is not replaced, refer to section 3.2.2.
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A
Paper thickness error (Err Code 323, 324)
•
Is the sensor connector connected?
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
YES
NO
▼
•
Connect the connecter.
Is the sensor cable disconnected?
Replace the cable.
Is +5V output to the PU board REG 13pin?
Replace the PU board.
IS GND connection made to the PU board REG 15pin?
Replace the PU board.
Is pulse signal 5ms ON 10% Duty output to the PU board REG 16pin?
(Disabled on field due to sync usage.)
Replace the PU board.
Turn ON the power and check the media thickness. Is the error released?
Replace the sensor.
YES: End.
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Ground
Charge Roller
Developing Roller
Toner Supply Roller
Figure 5.3
144 /
5.6
Fuse check
When it is occured bellow errors, check these fuses on Print Engine Controller PWB (K7N-PWB).
Table 5-6 Fuse Error
Error Description
Fuse Name
Insert Point
F1
2nd or 3rd TRY Hopping Error
Option TRY 34V
F2
MID UP/DOWN Error
MID,Hopping Motor Driver
F3
Fuse Cut Error
YID,Fuser Motor Driver JODEN-board
F4
JAM
KID,Registraiton Motor Driver
F5
CID UP/DOWN Error
CID,Belt Motor Driver
F6
POEWR OFF
5V Sensor
F7
PU FAN Error FAN Clutch
JobOff Motor Driver
F8
Cover Open
Cover Open Switch
145 /
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
M
M
M
Between pins 1 and 2: 8.6.
Between pins 3 and 4: 8.6.
Between pins 1 and 2: 8.6.
Between pins 3 and 4: 8.6.
Between pins 1 and 2: 7.9.
Between pins 3 and 4: 7.9.
Resistance
Resistance Checks
1
Blue
Yellow
Brawn
Red
Illustration
6.1
Main Motor (M)
4
3
2
1
Circuit Diagram
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Main Motor (Y)
Transport Belt Motor
Unit
6.
146 /
147 /
Registration Motor
Main Motor (K)
Main Motor (C)
Unit
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
M
M
M
Circuit Diagram
Illustration
Between pins 1 and 2: 7.9.
Between pins 3 and 4: 7.9.
Between pins 1 and 2: 8.6.
Between pins 3 and 4: 8.6.
Between pins 1 and 2: 8.6.
Between pins 3 and 4: 8.6.
Resistance
148 /
Duplex Motor
Feeder Motor
Fuser Motor
Unit
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
Blue
Yellow
Brown
Red
M
M
Circuit Diagram
M
Illustration
Between pins 1 and 2: 6.7.
Between pins 3 and 4: 6.7.
Between pins 1 and 2: 7.9.
Between pins 3 and 4: 7.9.
Between pins 1 and 2: 7.9.
Between pins 3 and 4: 7.9.
Resistance
149 /
Fuser Unit
Unit
Heater
e
f
e
f
c
b
d
Thermistor
a
2 Backup roller
d
c
b
Thermostat1 Thermostat2
a
1 Upper roller
Circuit Diagram
Fuse
Thermistor
Heater
cd
ef
2. Backup roller side
ba
1. Upper roller side
Illustration
2. Backup Roller Side
Between pins “a” and “b”:
Between pins “c” and “d”: 363k (at 25 C)
Between pins “e” and “f”: 0 or open
1. Upper Roller Side
Between pins “a” and “b”:
Between pins “c” and “d”: 363k (at 25 C)
Between pins “e” and “f”: Open
Resistance
6.2
Program/Font ROM Layouts
(1)
Print Engine Controller PWB
a) (K7N PWB : 600dpi)
SHUTTER
HOPFF
DCL
K1200
KPOW
M1200
MPOW
OPTN
F7
Y1200
F3
C1200
CPOW
BELTHET
F2
F5
F4
FAN8
ID
CUIF
FAN2
FAN1
RCL
RSNS
REG
PARTTEMP
EEPROM
FAN7
FAN4
FSENS
JODEN
F1
FEED
TR10P
FAN5
FCOVER
COVOPN
F6
F8
DUPLEX
PSIZE
HVOLT
POWER
150 /
151 /
FAN
168
SDRAM
3 ~DIMM sockets
(SDRAM DIMM (64MB ‘512MB) p)
DIMM
2 ~DIMM sockets
(for program and fonts)
85
1
3
85
1
2
85
11
49
50
IDE
1
2
168
84 A
168
84 B
PCICU
84
SDMM3 168
84
SDMM2 168
84
85
1
85
1
1
4
2
3
1
19
18
36
A36
B36
C36
A1
B1
C1
SDMM1
PUIF
1
3
Main Controller PWB
(2)
EEPROM
USB
CENT
152 /
LED Control PWB
a) (Y73-1 PWB:600dpi)
TNRSNSY
PANEL TNRSNSK
KPOW2
YPOW2
TNRSNSM
TNRSNSC
POWER STUCK
MPOW2
CPOW2
(3)
OPTN
Duplex Control PWB (V71--N PWB)
INSENS
(4)
CN1
(5)
MOTOR
MAIN
FU1
CLUTCH RSENS
FSNS
Control Panel PWB (X7N PWB)
IC501
U3
60
153 /
(6)
N71 PWB
JODEN
(7)
Entrance Sensor PWB (R71 PWB)
FSNS
INSNS2
(8)
HUM
WRSNS
INSNS1
TNR
Paper Size Sensing PWB (PXC PWB)
SW4
SW3
SW1
SW2
CN11
154 /
High voltage power supply PWB
CN2
(9)
CN1
(10) Low voltage power supply PWB
CN2
CN3
CN1
CN4-2
(CN6-2)
F2
F1
ACIN
CN4-1
(CN6-1)
CN5
155 /
APPENDIX A INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS
1.
Parallel Interface Specifications
1.1
Parallel Interface
Item
1.2
Description
Mode
Compatibility mode, Nibble mode, ECP mode
Data bit length
8 bits: Compatibility mode, 4bits: Nibble mode,9 bits: ECP mode
Parallel Interface Connector and Cable
1) Connector
Printer side:
Cable side:
36-pin receptacle
Type 57LE-40360-12 (D56) (made by Daiichi Denshi) or equivalent
36-pin plug
Type 57FE-30360-20N (D8) (made by Daiichi Denshi) or equivalent
18
36
1
19
Connector Pin Arrangement Viewed from Cable Side
2) Cable
Cable length:
1.8 m max.
(A shielded cable composed of twisted pair wires is recommended for noise prevention.)
1.3
Parallel Interface Level
LOW: 0 V to +0.8 V
HIGH: +2.4 V to 5.0 V
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1.4
Timing Charts
Compatible mode
a) Data receiving timing
PARALLEL DATA
(DATA BITs 1 to 8)
0.5 ∝s min.
0.5 ∝s min.
0.5 ∝s min.
nStrobe
0.5 ∝s min.
0.5 ∝s max.
BUSY
0 min.
0 min.
nAck
0.5 ∝s to 3 ∝s
0 min.
b) On-line (off-line switching timing by ON-LINE SW)
ON-LINE SW
BUSY
SELECT
100 ms max.
c) Off-line (on-line switching timing by ON-LINE SW)
ON-LINE SW
BUSY
SELECT
ACKNOWLEDGE
d) nlnit timing (invalid by default)
* Menu-set
50 ∝s min.
INPUT. PRIME
BUSY
SELECT
5∝s max.
ACKNOWLEDGE
157 /
1.5
Parallel I/F Signals
Table 8-1 shows interface signal names and pin numbers.
Table 8-1 Signals
Pin No.
Signal Name
Signal Direction
Functions
1
Nstrobe (HostClk)
. PR
Pulse for reading data in at trailing edge.
2
DATA 1
3
DATA 2
4
DATA 3
5
DATA 4
6
DATA 5
7
DATA 6
8
DATA 7
9
DATA 8
10
nAck (PtrClk)
. PR
Indicates the completion of data reception.
11
Busy (PtrBusy)
. PR
Indicates whether the printer is ready for receiving
8-bit parallel data.
. PR
Each signal is HIGH when data is logical 1 and
LOW when it is logical 0.
data. Data cannot be received while the signal is
HIGH.
12
PError (AckDataReq). PR
13
Select (Xflag)
. PR
Indicates paper error when held HIGH.
HIGH without exception when the parallel
interface is enabled.
14
NAutoFd (HostBusy) . PR
Used in bidirectional communication.
15
-
Unassigned.
16
GND
Signal ground.
17
FG
Chassis ground.
18
+5V
. PR
Used for supplying +5V. Power cannot be
supplied to the outside of the printer.
19
~
GND
Signal ground.
30
. PR
31
Nlnit (nlnit)
32
NFault (nDataAvail) . PR
LOW during alarm.
33
GND
Signal ground.
34
-
Unassigned.
35
HILEVEL
. PR
Pulled up to +5V at 3.3K. inside the printer.
36
Nselectin
. PR
Used in bidirectional communication. Low without
(IEEE 1284 active)
Note:
Initializes the printer when held LOW.
exception in compatible mode.
Parenthesized signal names are used in nibble mode.
Only functions in compatible mode are listed.
158 /
2.
Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface Specifications
2.1
USB Interface
(1) Basic specifications
Conforms to USB specification, revision 1.1.
(2) Transmission mode
Full speed (max. 12 Mbps + 0.25%)
(3) Power Control
Self-power device
2.2
USB Interface Connector and Cable
(1) Connector
Printer side: Type B receptacle
Upstrem port
UBB-4R-D14T-1 (made by JST) or equivalent
Connector pin layout
2
1
3
4
Cable side: Type B plug
(2) Cable
Cable length:
2.3
5 m max. (cable compliant with USB specification, revision 1.1)
(A shielded cable must be used.)
USB Interface Signals
1
2
3
4
Shell
R1
Vbus
DD+
GND
Shield
Function
Power Supply (+5V) (red)
Data transmission (white)
Data transmission (green)
Signal ground (black)
159 /
APPENDIX B 2ND/3RD TRAY MAINTENANCE
1.
Parts Replacement
1.1
Cover Idle Roller Assy
(1) Unscrew the four screws 1 to remove the cover side 2 and the plate cover PCB 3.
(2) Unscrew the two screws 4 to demount the cover idle roller Assy 5.
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
4
5
160 /
1.2
PCB
(1) Unscrew the four screws 1 to remove the plate cover PCB 2.
(2) Remove the connectors (at seven places) and the two screws 3, then demount the board 4.
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
3
161 /
1.3
Feeder Drive Assy
(1) Remove the four screws 1, six screws 2 and the eight screws 3.
(2) Remove the cover sides 4 and 5, the plate cover PCB 6 and the frame hopping Assy 7.
(3) Remove the E ring 8, the clutch 9 and the two screws 0.
(4) Unscrew the two screws A to remove the core B and the connector C.
(5) Unscrew the two screws D, then detach the motor E.
(6) Unscrew the tow screws F to remove the connector G.
1
1
5
1
2
3
1
4
A
3
3
3
B C
D
E
3
7
3
9
D
8
0
0
E
1
1
F
162 /
2.
2nd/3rd Tray PARTS LIST
1
5
8
2
7
6
3
4
163 /
APPENDIX C ERROR MESSAGES
1.
Error messages
(Caution) * : Raise in the factory mode only.
** : Not raise in the standard config machines.
Err
Code
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
300 POWER OFF/ON
300:NETWORK ERROR
OFF
Blink
A network error is occurring.
310 CLOSE COVER
310:UPPER COVER OPEN
OFF
Blink
The cover is open.
311 CLOSE COVER
311:SIDE COVER OPEN
OFF
Blink
The cover is open.(PX711)
311 CLOSE COVER
311:SIDE COVER OPEN
OFF
Blink
The cover is open.(PX713)
312 CLOSE COVER
312:TRAY2 COVER OPEN
OFF
Blink
The cover is open.
313 CLOSE COVER
313:TRAY3 COVER OPEN
OFF
Blink
The cover is open.
314 CLOSE COVER
314:TRAY4 COVER OPEN
OFF
Blink
The cover is open.
315 CLOSE COVER
315:TRAY5 COVER OPEN
OFF
Blink
The cover is open.
320 CHECK FUSER UNIT
320:FUSER UNIT MISSING
OFF
Blink
The fuser unit is not correctly installed
321 POWER OFF AND WAIT FOR
A WHILE
321:MOTOR OVERHEAT
OFF
Blink
Motor (Driver LSD) overheat error
323 OPEN AND CLOSE COVER
323:PAPER THICK ERROR
OFF
Blink
A Sensor output at Medea Empty is
outside the spec.(factory mode only
raise)
324 OPEN AND CLOSE COVER
324:PAPER THICK ERROR
OFF
Blink
325 OPEN AND CLOSE COVER
325:PAPER THICK ERROR
OFF
Blink
Media detected values are outside the
spec.
326 OPEN AND CLOSE COVER
326:PAPER THICK ERROR
OFF
Blink
Media detected values in U-Heavy
Mode are outside the spec.
327 DOWNLOAD CHIP DATA
327:DENSITY CALIBRATION
*
CHIP ERROR
OFF
Blink
Density Adjustment’s calibration chip
correction errorOmission of factory
default setting. To prevent setting
mistake.Error that does not occur at
user level.Displayed only in Factory
Mode.
LCD Messages
Description
Comments
Anomalies
with Media
Weight
Detection
The difference among Sensor outputs is sensor.
outside the spec.(factory mode only
raise)
165/
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
330 CHECK BELT UNIT
330:BELT UNIT MISSING
OFF
Blink
The belt unit is not correctly installed.
340 CHECK IMAGE DRUM
340:YELLOW DRUM MISSING
OFF
Blink
The drum is not correctly installed.
OFF
Blink
342 CHECK IMAGE DRUM
340:CYAN DRUM MISSING
OFF
Blink
343 CHECK IMAGE DRUM
340:BLACK DRUM MISSING
OFF
Blink
350 INSTALL NEW IMAGE DRUM
350:YELLOW DRUM LIFE
OFF
Blink
351 INSTALL NEW IMAGE DRUM
351:MAGENTA DRUM LIFE
OFF
Blink
352 INSTALL NEW IMAGE DRUM
352:CYAN DRUM LIFE
OFF
Blink
353 INSTALL NEW IMAGE DRUM
353:BLACK DRUM LIFE
OFF
Blink
355 INSTALL NEW BELT UNIT
355:BELT UNIT LIFE
OFF
Blink
Notifies the transfer belt has reached its
life.This is the error displayed based on
the counter to indicate that the belt has
reached its life, and printing will stop.
356 INSTALL NEW BELT UNIT
356:BELT UNIT LIFE
OFF
Blink
Notifies the transfer belt has reached its
life.This is the error to indicate that the
belt has reached its life because the
waste toner has filled up the container,
and printing will stop.
360 INSTALL DUPLEX UNIT
360:DUPLEX UNIT OPEN
OFF
Blink
Duplex unit is open (removed). When
this error is detected, printing
stops.(PX713 only)
361 REMOVE FINISHER
361:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
362 REMOVE FINISHER
362:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
363 REMOVE FINISHER
363:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
364 REMOVE FINISHER
364:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred nearby FINISHER
unit.(Only install the FINISHER unit)
361:Before Input
362:Input Area
363:Regist Roller
364:Invert Path
365:Invert Stack
366:Output Bin1 Exit
367:Output Bin2 Exit
365 REMOVE FINISHER
365:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
366 REMOVE FINISHER
366:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
367 REMOVE FINISHER
367:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Err
Code
LCD Messages
341 CHECK IMAGE DRUM
340:MAGENTA DRUM
MISSING
Description
Comments
The life of the drum (Alarm)
Warning status takes effect at Cover
Open/Close, while allowing 500 pages
printing at maximum
166 /
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
370 CHECK DUPLEX
370:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred nearby DUPLEX
unit.(Duplex Reversal)
371 CHECK DUPLEX
371:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred nearby DUPLEX
unit.(Duplex Input)
372 CHECK DUPLEX
372:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred nearby DUPLEX
unit.(Duplex Missfeed)
380 OPEN FRONT COVER
380:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred in paper
path.(PX711)
380 OPEN FRONT COVER
380:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred in paper
path.(PX713)
381 OPEN UPPER COVER
381:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred in paper
path.(Transport)
382 OPEN UPPER COVER
382:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred in paper path.(Exit)
383 OPEN UPPER COVER
383:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred in paper path.(Duplex
Entry)
389 OPEN UPPER COVER
389:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Jam has occurred in paper
path.(Others)
390 CHECK MPTRAY
390:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
Paper jam occurred during paper
feeding from each tray.
391 CHECK TRAY1
391:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
392 CHECK TRAY2
392:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
393 CHECK TRAY3
393:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
394 CHECK TRAY4
394:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
395 CHECK TRAY5
395:PAPER JAM
OFF
Blink
400 OPEN UPPER COVER
400:PAPER SIZE ERROR
OFF
Blink
Inappropriate size paper was fed from a
tray. Check the paper in the tray or
check for Multiple-feed. Open and close
the cover to perform recovery printing,
and continue.
401 OPEN UPPER COVER
401:PAPER MULTI FEED
OFF
Blink
Warns that inappropriate long paper has
been fed from the tray. Check whether
Multi-feed has happened. Recovery
Print takes place at Cover Open/Close,
allowing the operation to continue.
Err
Code
LCD Messages
Description
Comments
167 /
Err
Code
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
410 INSTALL NEW TONER
410:YELLOW TONER EMPTY
OFF
Blink
411 INSTALL NEW TONER
411:MAGENTA TONER EMPTY
OFF
Blink
412 INSTALL NEW TONER
412:CYAN TONER EMPTY
OFF
Blink
413 INSTALL NEW TONER
413:BLACK TONER EMPTY
OFF
Blink
420 INSTALL ADDITIONAL
MEMORY
420: MEMORY OVERFLOW
OFF
Blink
Memory capacity overflows due to the
following reason. Press ON-LINE switch
so that it continues. Install expansion
RAM or decrease the data amount.
- Too much print data in a page.
- Too much Macro data.
- Too much DLL data.
- After frame buffer compress
430 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
430:TRAY1 MISSING
OFF
Blink
431 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
431:TRAY2 MISSING
OFF
Blink
The tray cassette of paper to which
printing is intended is removed, and
paper cannot be fed.
432 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
432:TRAY3 MISSING
OFF
Blink
433 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
433:TRAY4 MISSING
OFF
Blink
434 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
434:TRAY5 MISSING
OFF
Blink
440 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
440:TRAY1 OPEN
OFF
Blink
441 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
441:TRAY2 OPEN
OFF
Blink
442 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
442:TRAY3 OPEN
OFF
Blink
443 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
443:TRAY4 OPEN
OFF
Blink
440 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
440:TRAY1 OPEN
OFF
Blink
441 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
441:TRAY2 OPEN
OFF
Blink
442 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
442:TRAY3 OPEN
OFF
Blink
443 INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE
443:TRAY4 OPEN
OFF
Blink
LCD Messages
Description
Comments
Toner of (Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black)
ends.
Warning status takes effect at Cover
Open/Close, while allowing printing at
least 20 pages
The tray cassette that is a paper path
for the paper to be printed to is
removed.(PX711 only)
The tray cassette that is a paper path
for the paper to be printed to is
removed.(PX711 only)
Not rasise
(TRAY4:not
configuration)
168 /
Err
Code
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
Description
450 REMOVE THE PAPER
450:TRAY1 UNSUITABLE SIZE
OFF
Blink
451 REMOVE THE PAPER
451:TRAY2 UNSUITABLE SIZE
OFF
Blink
Paper that cannot be used in the tray is
set. (It takes a while until the status
appears after you have closed the tray
and the lever lifted.)
452 REMOVE THE PAPER
452:TRAY3 UNSUITABLE SIZE
OFF
Blink
453 REMOVE THE PAPER
453:TRAY4 UNSUITABLE SIZE
OFF
Blink
454 REMOVE THE PAPER
454:TRAY5 UNSUITABLE SIZE
OFF
Blink
460 CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
460:MPTRAY MEDIA
MISMATCH
OFF
Blink
CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
460:MPTRAY SIZE MISMATCH
OFF
Blink
461 CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
461:TRAY1 MEDIA MISMATCH
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
LCD Messages
CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
461:TRAY1 SIZE MISMATCH
462 CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
462:TRAY2 MEDIA MISMATCH
CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
462:TRAY2 SIZE MISMATCH
463 CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
463:TRAY3 MEDIA MISMATCH
CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
463:TRAY3 SIZE MISMATCH
464 CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
464:TRAY4 MEDIA MISMATCH
CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
464:TRAY4 SIZE MISMATCH
Comments
The size of paper or media type in the
tray does not match the print data.
Load mmmmm/ppppp paper in the tray
(It takes a while until the status
disappears after you have closed the
tray and the lever lifted.)
mmmmm : Paper Size (A4 , . ,B5 ,A6)
pppp
169 /
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
Description
OFF
Blink
OFF
Blink
The size of paper or media type in the
tray does not match the print data.
Load mmmmm/ppppp paper in the tray
(It takes a while until the status
disappears after you have closed the
tray and the lever lifted.)
469 (Reserved : for FRONT
** FEEDER)
OFF
Blink
(Reserved : for FRONT
FEEDER)
OFF
Blink
471 CHECK STAPLER
CARTRIDGE
471:STAPLER CARTRIDGE
MISSING
OFF
Blink
The stapler cartridge of Finisher unit is
removed
472 CHECK PUNCH CHIP BOX
472:PUNCH CHIP BOX
MISSING
OFF
Blink
The punch chip box of Finisher unit is
removed
473 INSTALL FINISHER
473:FINISHER IS REMOVED
OFF
Blink
The finisher unit is removed
480 REMOVE THE PAPER
480:STACKER FULL
OFF
Blink
Stacker-full is occurring in the upper
part of the printer.
481 REMOVE THE PAPER
481:FINISHER STACKER FULL
OFF
Blink
Stacker-full in the finisher is occurring.
482 REMOVE THE PAPER
482:FINISHER STACKER FULL
OFF
Blink
Stacker-full in the finisher is occurring.
490 LOAD mmmmmmmmm
490:MPTRAY EMPTY
OFF
Blink
491 LOAD mmmmmmmmm
491:TRAY1 EMPTY
OFF
Blink
492 LOAD mmmmmmmmm
492:TRAY2 EMPTY
OFF
Blink
Printing request is issued to the empty
tray.
Load mmmmmmmmm paper. (It takes a
while until the status disappears after
you have closed the tray and the lever
lifted.)
493 LOAD mmmmmmmmm
493:TRAY3 EMPTY
OFF
Blink
494 LOAD mmmmmmmmm
494:TRAY4 EMPTY
OFF
Blink
495 LOAD mmmmmmmmm
495:TRAY5 EMPTY
OFF
Blink
499 (Reserved : for FRONT
** FEEDER)
OFF
Blink
500 SET mmmmmm ON MPTRAY
AND PUSH ON-LINE SWITCH
Light
OFF
Err
Code
LCD Messages
465 CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
465:TRAY5 MEDIA MISMATCH
CHANGE PAPER TO
mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp
465:TRAY5 SIZE MISMATCH
Comments
mmmmm : Paper Size (A4 , . ,B5 ,A6)
pppp
mmmmmmmmm : Paper Size (A4 ,,,B5,
A6 )
Manual paper feed is required. Manually
insert the paper shown by mmmmm.
mmmmmmmmm :Paper Size (A4 ,,,B5,
A6 )
170 /
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
520 CHECK PAPER CASSETTE
520:TRAY1 LIFT UP ERROR
OFF
Blink
521 CHECK PAPER CASSETTE
521:TRAY2 LIFT UP ERROR
OFF
Blink
522 CHECK PAPER CASSETTE
522:TRAY3 LIFT UP ERROR
OFF
Blink
523 CHECK PAPER CASSETTE
523:TRAY4 LIFT UP ERROR
OFF
Blink
524 CHECK PAPER CASSETTE
524:TRAY5 LIFT UP ERROR
OFF
Blink
530 REMOVE EXCESS PAPER
530:TRAY1 OVERFILLED
OFF
Blink
531 REMOVE EXCESS PAPER
531:TRAY2 OVERFILLED
OFF
Blink
532 REMOVE EXCESS PAPER
532:TRAY3 OVERFILLED
OFF
Blink
533 REMOVE EXCESS PAPER
533:TRAY4 OVERFILLED
OFF
Blink
534 REMOVE EXCESS PAPER
534:TRAY5 OVERFILLED
OFF
Blink
Err
Code
LCD Messages
Description
Comments
Print request was made to Tray1~5, to
which Tray Lift Up Error has occurred.
Lift Up Retry will take place when the
tray is removed and put back in.
(PX713 only)
Print request was made to Tray 1~5,
which has been detected to have too
much paper. This status will be cleared
when excess paper is removed from
that tray and the tray is put back in.
(PX713 only)
171 /
2.
Error messages : Color, Media Detect
(Caution) * : Raise in the factory mode only.
Err
Code
LCD Messages
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
Description
_
COLOR ADJUSTING
Varies Varies Executing Auto Color Adjusting
_
DENSITY ADJUSTING
Varies Varies Executing Auto Density Adjustment
_
MEDIA WEIGHT DETECTING
Varies Varies Detecting media weight.
_
YELLOW TONER SENSOR
ERROR
Varies
Light
_
MAGENTA TONER SENSOR
ERROR
Varies
Light
_
CYAN TONER SENSOR
ERROR
Varies
Light
_
BLACK TONER SENSOR
ERROR
Varies
Light
_
NON PAPER SENSE ERROR
Varies
Light
A Sensor output at Paper Empty is
outside the spec. Prints according to
the Media Weight MIDIUM when this
error occurs
_
PAPER SENSE ERROR
Varies
Light
The difference in Sensor outputs is
outside the spec. (The weight is beyond
the recognizable limits.) At Error, Prints
according to the Media Weight MEDIUM
*
BELT REFLEX ERROR
Varies
Light
Belt Reflex Check Error.Error that does
not occur at user level.Displayed only in
FactoryMode.
*
DENSITY SHUTTER ERROR2
Varies
Light
Density Adjustment Shutter Error
2.Error that does not occur at user
level.Displayed only in FactoryMode.
*
DENSITY SHUTTER ERROR1
Varies
Light
Density Adjustment Shutter Error
1.Error that does not occur at user
level.Displayed only in FactoryMode.
*
DENSITY COLOR
CALIBRATION ERROR
Varies
Light
Density Adjustment Color Calibration
Error.Error that does not occur at user
level.Displayed only in FactoryMode.
Comments
Something is wrong with the toner
sensor. When the Engine setting is
Shipping mode, displayed in a
combination of other message in the
first line. If the engine setting is Factory
mode, error display appears as
mentioned later
172 /
Err
Code
LCD Messages
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
Description
*
DENSITY COLOR SENSOR
ERROR
Varies
Light
Density Adjustment Color Sensor
Error.Error that does not occur at user
level.Displayed only in FactoryMode.
*
DENSITY BLACK
CALIBRATION ERROR
Varies
Light
Density Adjustment Black Calibration
Error.Error that does not occur at user
level.Displayed only in FactoryMode.
*
DENSITY BLACK SENSOR
ERROR
Varies
Light
Density Adjustment Black Sensor
Error.Error that does not occur at user
level.Displayed only in FactoryMode.
*
_
YELLOW IMAGE DRUM
SMEAR ERROR
Varies
Light
Density Adjustment C/M/Y/K ID ERROR
2.
Smear due to the ID failure.
*
_
MAGENTA IMAGE DRUM
SMEAR ERROR
Varies
Light
*
_
CYAN IMAGE DRUM SMEAR
ERROR
Varies
Light
*
_
BLACK IMAGE DRUM SMEAR
ERROR
Varies
Light
*
_
YELLOW LOW DENSITY
ERROR
Varies
Light
*
_
MAGENTA LOW DENSITY
ERROR
Varies
Light
*
_
CYAN LOW DENSITY ERROR
Varies
Light
*
_
Varies
BLACK LOW DENSITY ERROR
Light
*
REGISTRATION ERROR1
Varies
Light
Registration Error.This is not user-level
error.
*
SENSOR CALIBRATION
ERROR
Varies
Light
Sensor Calibration Error.This is not
user-level error.
*
REGISTRATION ERROR2
Varies
Light
Gamma error(Yellow)
This is not user-level error.
*
REGISTRATION ERROR3
Varies
Light
Gamma error(Magenta)
This is not user-level error.
*
REGISTRATION ERROR4
Varies
Light
Gamma error(Cyan)
This is not user-level error.
*
REGISTRATION ERROR5
Varies
Light
Gamma error(Black)
This is not user-level error.
*
REGISTRATION SENSOR
ERROR2
Varies
Light
Registration Sensor Error(Yellow)
This is not user-level error.
Comments
Density Adjustment C/M/Y/K ID
ERROR.
LED out of focus is assumed.
173 /
Err
Code
LCD Messages
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
Description
*
REGISTRATION SENSOR
ERROR3
Varies
Light
Registration Sensor Error(Magenta)
This is not user-level error.
*
REGISTRATION SENSOR
ERROR4
Varies
Light
Registration Sensor Error(Cyan)
This is not user-level error.
*
REGISTRATION SENSOR
ERROR5
Varies
Light
Registration Sensor Error(Black)
This is not user-level error.
PRESS ONLINE SW
COULD NOT
STAPLE/PUNCH.TOO THICK
PAPER
Varies Varies Staple/Punch could not be executed
because the media was too thick. This
appears when the media too thick to be
stapled/punched has been detected.
Detection of Transparency falls under
this category. Pressing the ONLINE
key will clear the message. (R
PRESS ONLINE SWCOULD
NOT DUPLEX. TOO THICK
PAPER
Varies Varies Could not perform Duplex printing
because the paper is too thick. Displays
when paper is detected to be too thick
for Duplex printing. The message will
disappear when the ONLINE key is
pressed.
Comments
174 /
3.
Err
Code
Warning messages : Usage, Media
LCD Messages
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
Description
Comments
_
ttttt NEAR END
Varies Varies The paper in the selected tray is near
end.
_
YELLOW TONER LOW
Varies
Light
_
MAGENTA TONER LOW
Varies
Light
_
CYAN TONER LOW
Varies
Light
_
BLACK TONER LOW
Varies
Light
_
YELLOW DRUM NEAR LIFE
Varies
Light
_
MAGENTA DRUM NEAR LIFE
Varies
Light
_
CYAN DRUM NEAR LIFE
Varies
Light
_
BLACK DRUM NEAR LIFE
Varies
Light
_
FUSER UNIT NEAR LIFE
Varies
Light
Notifies the fuser unit is near its life.
_
BELT UNIT NEAR LIFE
Varies
Light
Notifies the belt unit is near its life. This
is a warning; thus, printing will not stop.
_
CHANGE FUSER UNIT
Varies
Light
Notifies the life of the fuser unit
(warning). Displayed in a combination of
other message in the first line. Warning
only (No Life error)
_
ttttt EMPTY
Varies Varies ttttt: The tray is empty. Treated as
Warning until printing to the empty tray
is designated.
ttttt:TRAY1~
5,MPTRAY
_
ttttt LIFT UP ERROR
Varies Varies Lift Up Error has occurred to tttttt Tray.
That tray is treated "Paper Empty" as a
result, and printing from that tray
becomes disabled. (This sometimes
occurs only to PX713.)
ttttt:TRAY1~5
_
ttttt OVERFILLED
Varies Varies Displays that there is too much paper in ttttt:TRAY1~5
Tray tttttt. This is a warning; thus,
printing will not stop.(This sometimes
occurs only to PX713.)
Toner amount is low. Displayed in a
combination of other message in the
first line. In case of MENU hLOW
TONER=STOP, h ATTENTION LED
blinks and the printer shifts to OFF
Line.When ON-LINE switch is pressed,
printing can continue until TONER
EMPTY.
The life of the drum (warning).
Displayed in a combination of other
message in the first line. The printer
stops at the point when it reaches the
drum life (Shifts to error, OFF-LINE.)
175 /
4.
Err
Code
Warning messages : Job Account
LCD Messages
FILE ACCESSING
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
Description
Comments
Varies Varies Accessing the File System
(HDD/FLASH) on the CU board.
CANCELLING(USER DENIED)
Blink
CANCELLING(BUFFER FULL)
Blink
Varies Job cancellation due to no print permit.
(Related to JobAccount)1. A job
received from a user who is denied
printing.2. A color job received from a
user who is denied color printing.
Light Indiates that a job has been cancelled
because the printer area where the logs
are stored has been used up and also
"Cancel job" is specified as an operation
at the time of Log Full. (Related to
JobAccount)
_
INVALD ID.JOB REJECTED
Varies
Light Notifies users that jobs have been
cancelled because they are not
permitted for printing. (Related to
JobAccount). Stays displayed until the
ON LINE key is pressed.
_
LOG BUFFER FULL.JOB
REJECTED
Varies
Light Notifies users that jobs have been
cancelled because the buffer is full.
(Related to JobAccount.)Stays
displayed until the ON LINE key is
pressed.
176 /
5.
Other Warnings
(Caution) * : Raise in the factory mode only.
Err
Code
*
LED
Ready
LED
Atten
DISK FILE SYSTEM IS FULL
Varies
Light
Disk-full is occurring. Because this is a
temporary warning, it remains until the
end of the job and disappears
DISK IS WRITE PROTECTED
Varies
Light
An attempt to write in a read-only file
was done. Because this is a temporary
warning, it remains until the end of the
job and disappears.
DISK FILE OPERATION
FAILED nnn
Varies
Light
Operation that does not involve a disk is See right
available. nnn: An identifier to Error
table
type (For details, see the Error table
provided in the subsequent chapter.)
_
JOB OFFSET HOME ERROR
Varies
Light
Job Offset Home Position Sensor
ErrorThe Job Offset function becomes
disabled, however, printing can
continue.
PU FLASH ERROR
Varies
Light
Error occurred while writing over the PU
firmware(This does not occur at user
level.)
COLLATE FAIL:TOO MANY
PAGES
Varies
OFF
The data of MOPY is memory-full.
LCD Messages
Description
Comments
177/
In case of occourrence of Disk Operation Error, error numbers will be displayed according to individual
errors as follows:
Errors
LCD Display
PJL Status Code
GENERAL ERROR
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 0
32000
VOLUME NOT AVAILABLE
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 1
32001
DISK FULL
DISK FILESYSTEM IS FULL
32002
FILE NOT FOUND
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 3
32003
NO FREE FILE DESCRIPTORS
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 4
32004
INVALID NUMBER OF BYTES
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 5
32005
FILE ALREADY EXISTS
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 6
32006
ILLEGAL NAME
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 7
32007
CANT DEL ROOT
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 8
32008
NOT FILE
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 9
32009
NOT DIRECTORY
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 10
32010
NOT SAME VOLUME
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 11
32011
READ ONLY
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 12
32012
ROOT DIR FULL
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 13
32013
DIR NOT EMPTY
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 14
32014
BAD DISK
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 15
32015
NO LABEL
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 16
32016
INVALID PARAMETER
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 17
32017
NO CONTIG SPACE
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 18
32018
CANT CHANGE ROOT
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 19
32019
FD OBSOLETE
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 20
32020
DELETED
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 21
32021
NO BLOCK DEVICE
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 22
32022
BAD SEEK
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 23
32023
INTERNAL ERROR
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 24
32024
WRITE ONLY
DISK FILE OPERATION FAILED 25
32025
WRITE PROTECTED
DISK IS WRITE PROTECTED
32026
178 /
q
PARTS GUIDE
DIGITAL LASER PRINTER
MODEL:
AR-C240P
CONTENTS
(1) Main Assembly..................................................................................... page 181
(2) Top Cover Assembly ........................................................................... page 185
(3) Printer Unit Chassis ............................................................................ page 187
(4) Paper Tray Guide ................................................................................ page 191
(5) Duplex Unit ........................................................................................... page 193
Because parts marked with "!" is indispensable for the machine safety maintenance and poeration, it must
Be replaced with the parts specific to the product specification.
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used for
after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
(1) Main Assembly 1/3
33
29
28
9
20
30
28
32
31
B
39, 40, 41, 42
37
A
29
29
7
23
28
6
35
23
29
28
29
28
29
19
25
23
29
B
23
14
23
29
29
2
1
23
29
28
12
11
4
28
22
34
3
8
26
29
29
29
29
28
32
29
28
A
29
21
29
18
28
Figure 7-1-1/3
181 /
(1) Main Assembly 2/3
13
29
10
23
C
B
23
29
C
C
23
A
C
B
24
A
24
Figure 7-1-2/3
182 /
(1) Main Assembly 3/3
50
44
47
51
49
35
50
43
46
48
36
Figure 7-1-3/3
183 /
Table 7-1
(1) Main Assembly
No. Part Number
Description
Comment
1 0ZZ40864601// Front Cover Assy
2 0ZZ41042501// Front Cover Inner Baffle
3 0ZZ40866701// Cassette Assy
4 0ZZ41438401// Retard Pad Assy
6 0ZZ40864301// Rear Cover
7 0ZZ41374902// Face Up Stacker Assy
8 0ZZ40864411// Left Side Cover
9 0ZZ40864503// Right Side Cover
10 0ZZ40862006// Multipurpose Tray Assy
11 0ZZ40866301// Multipurpose Tray Cover Assy
12 0ZZ41045801// Link
13 0ZZ40325101// Multipurpose Tray Drive Gear
14 0ZZ40952701// Multipurpose Tray Top Cover
18 0ZZ42433206// Print Engine Controller PWB
19 0ZZ40197102// Electrical Chassis Cooling Fan
20 0ZZ40864901// CRU Basket Assembly
21 0ZZ41275701// Upper Cover Open Switch
22 0ZZ41439401// Retard Pad Assy Springs
26 0ZZ55946501// ��
EEPROM
30 0ZZ57100901// Fuser-Unit
AR-C20FU1
31 0ZZ57101001// Belt-Unit
AR-C20TBU1
34 0ZZ41377401// Plate-Indicator
35 0ZZ42503109// PCB Assy CU HME 600DPI
36 0ZZ55946601// ��
EEPROM(CU)
37 0ZZ42567303// Board-TNY (PX711(600)) (PS/PCL)
43 0ZZ50132001// Network Interface Card
44 0ZZ70040902// 20GB HDD
46 0ZZ41278601// Guide-Rail(A)
47 0ZZ41278701// Guide-Rail(B)
48 0ZZ41410201// Motor-Fan For CPU
49 0ZZ41467401// Plate-FG(Centro)
50 0ZZ41254601// Plate-Blank
184 /
(2) Top Cover Assembly
17
1
21
4
11(600dpi)
15
5
14
22
14
21
21
14
21
19
6
21
21
21
13
23
8 (600dpi)
24
21
21
21
18
13
21
3
2
21
7 (600dpi)
24
16
24
3
3
2
24
24
3
9 (600dpi)
3
2
24
10 (600dpi)
24
3
3
24
3
2
Figure 7-2
185 /
(2) Top Cover Assembly
No.
Part Number
1 0ZZ40859702//
2 0ZZ42460901//
3 0ZZ42216201//
4 0ZZ41960901//
5 0ZZ40365404//
6 0ZZ41316501//
7 0ZZ41309603//
8 0ZZ41309604//
9 0ZZ41309602//
10 0ZZ41409601//
11 0ZZ41593101//
14 0ZZ41765601//
15 0ZZ40860602//
16 0ZZ40866102//
17 0ZZ42542730//
18 0ZZ41593101//
19 0ZZ40861501//
22 0ZZ40197106//
23 0ZZ41469007//
24 0ZZ42447501//
Description
Top Cover
LED Assy (600dpi) Kit
LED Assy Spring
LED Control PWB(Y73)
Stacker Full Sensor
Top Cover Inner Frame Kit
LED Harness M
LED Harness C
LED Harness Y
LED Harness K
LED Control PWB Tape Harness
Eject Roller
Toner Sensor
Control Panel Assembly
Control Panel Bezel
Control
�
Panel Tape Harness
Eject Guide Assembly
Fuse Fan 60
ID cooling Fan
Post-Guide
Comment
186 /
(3) Printer Unit Chassis 1/2
58
12
55
57
25
56
51
51
51
15
30
51
31
21
51
22
14
51
5123
4
59
28
22
51
2
49
51
24
27
29
1
47
1
51
51
26
6
7
51
13
51
A
8
19
50
51
11
17
5
18
60
A
10
9
51
54
16
51
3
51
Figure 7-3-1/2
187 /
(3) Printer Unit Chassis 2/2
47
35
47
47
47
33
47
31
47
47
34
37
47
32
38
36
41
47
48
47
47
39
47
47
44
47
47
47
40
47
43
52
53
45
Figure 7-3-2/2
188/
(3) Printer Unit Chassis
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Part Number
0ZZ41189701//
0ZZ40844306//
0ZZ40844303///
0ZZ40845401//
0ZZ41187102//
0ZZ40845801//
0ZZ42153101//
0ZZ41944001//
0ZZ41968701//
0ZZ41944201//
0ZZ41968501//
0ZZ40859201//
0ZZ41940301//
0ZZ41312801//
0ZZ41312901//
0ZZ40841601//
0ZZ40841701//
0ZZ40841801//
0ZZ41258301//
0ZZ41253601//
0ZZ40842401//
0ZZ40316301//
0ZZ42170801//
0ZZ40323902//
0ZZ51609401//
0ZZ40842501//
0ZZ41073601//
0ZZ40841301//
0ZZ40841501//
0ZZ40848801//
0ZZ40841401//
0ZZ41469004//
0ZZ40847306//
0ZZ40846001//
0ZZ40848501//
0ZZ40848601//
0ZZ41303606//
0ZZ40850201//
Description
Drum contact Assy
Registration Roller Assy (A)
Registration Roller Assy (B)
Registration Drive Gear (A)
Registration Clutch
Registration Motor Assy
Main Cooling Fan
Color Registration Sensor Assy
Registration Shutter Solenoid
Registration Shutter
Registration Shutter Spring
Duplex Guide Assy
Printer Unit Chassis
Left Top Cover Spring Assy
Right Top Cover Spring Assy
Entrance Sensor Actuator #1
Entrance Sensor Actuator #2
Entrance Sensor Actuator #3
Entrance Sensor PWB (R71)
Duplex Gate Solenoid Assy
Fuser Drive Gear -A
Fuser Drive Gear -B
Fuser Drive Gear -C
Fuser Exit Roller
Fuser Exit Roller Bushing (L)
��
Fuser Exit Roller Bushing (R)
Fuser Exit Roller Contact
Exit Sensor Assy
Fuser Latching Handle (L)
Fuser Latching Handle Springs
Belt Motor Assy
Fuser Latching Handle (R)
ID Motor Fan
Main Motor Assy
Main Feeder Drive Motor
Main Feeder Drive Gear (A)
Main Feeder Drive Gear (B)
Left Plate Assy
Contact Assy
Comments
SPC
SPC
189 /
(3) Printer Unit Chassis
No.
41
43
44
45
49
50
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
Part Number
0ZZ41862901//
0ZZ42046801//
0ZZ56738201//
0ZZ41128101//
0ZZ41346301//
0ZZ41469006//
0ZZ41469003//
0ZZ41469003//
0ZZ42309801//
0ZZ41911101//
0ZZ41911201//
0ZZ41911101//
0ZZ41888701//
0ZZ41928801//
0ZZ42199601//
Description
Power-Unit AC-DC-switching(115V)
Power-Unit (high-voltage)
��
HV Tape Harness
Power Supply Insulator
Transfer Contact Assy
Power Cooling Fan
HV Fan
Belt Fan
Film Duct
Thickness Sensor
Thickness Plate Assy
Thickness Sensor Assy
Cover Seal Sensor
Pickup Stage
Waste Toner Sensor Actuator
Comments
SPC
SPC
SPC
SPC
190 /
(4) Paper Tray Guide
6
A
C
19
C’
21
16
B
19
19
12
19
16
14
19
19
16
A
B
15
19
19
11
16
4
5
11
19
C
20
C’
20
3
2
1
20
20
20
20
Figure 7-4
191 /
(4)Paper Tray Guide
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
14
15
16
21
Part Number
0ZZ40839801//
0ZZ40371302//
0ZZ40313202//
0ZZ40325401//
0ZZ40839001//
0ZZ40839406//
0ZZ40349701//
0ZZ40368304//
0ZZ50928901//
0ZZ41309106//
0ZZ40839001//
0ZZ41275901//
Description
Main Feed Assy
Feed Roller
Nudger Roller
Main Feeder Drive Gear
Left Cassette Guide Assy
Right Cassette Guide Assy
Plastic Roller
Paper Size Sensing PWB PXC
Paper Size Actuator
2nd Tray Connector
Foot
Front Cover Open Switch
Comments
192 /
(5)Duplex Unit
5
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
D
4
C
B
G
A
F
D
4
C
E
3
3
4
G
4
B
4
F
4
A
2
3
E
3
6
Figure 7-5
193 /
(5) Duplex Unit
No.
Part Number
Description
1 0ZZ41946501// Duplex Transport Assy
6 0ZZ50133401// Duplex Unit
Comments
SPC
AR-C20ADU
194 /
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