Dell 2145cn System information

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Table of Contents
1.
Precautions
1.1 Safety Warning •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••1-1
1.2 Caution for safety ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••1-2
1.3 ESD Precautions •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••1-5
2.
Product spec and feature
2.1 Product Specifications ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••2-1
2.1.1 Product Overview ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •2-1
2.1.2 Specifications ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••2-2
2.1.3 Competitor Model ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2-14
2.2 System Overview••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2-15
2.2.1 Main parts of system •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2-18
2.2.2 H/W Configuration ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2-29
3.
Disassembly and Reassembly
3.1 General Precautions on Disassembly ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••3-1
3.2 Screws used in the printer ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••3-2
3.3 Disassembly Procedure•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••3-5
3.3.1 COVER Rev Exit & COVER L/R •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••3-5
3.3.2 Cover Front Ass’y •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••3-6
3.3.3 COVER REAR & COVER MIDDLE REAR •••••••••••••••••3-8
3.3.4 SCAN Ass’y•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••3-9
3.3.5 DADF •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-10
3.3.6 Reverse Ass’y •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-11
3.3.7 COVER MIDDLE Ass’y ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-12
3.3.8 HVPS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-13
3.3.9 Main Board ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-13
3.3.10 SMPS Board •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-14
Continued
3.3.11
3.3.12
3.3.13
3.3.14
3.3.15
4.
Fuser Control Board ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-14
LSU ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-15
CRUM •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-16
Fuser Drive Ass’y •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-16
Pick up roller •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-17
Alignment & Troubleshooting
4.1 Alignment and Adjustments ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••4-1
4.1.1 Control Panel overview•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••4-1
4.1.2 Understanding The Status LED ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••4-2
4.1.3 Jam Removal•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••4-3
4.1.4 System setup •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-13
4.1.5 Error Message ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-43
4.2 Troubleshooting •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-48
4.2.1 Procedure of Checking the Symptoms •••••••••••••••••••• 4-48
4.2.2 Image quality problems••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-49
4.2.3 Paper feed problems •••••••••••ˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍ4-60
4.2.4 Copy Problems •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-68
4.2.5 OPE Problems ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-71
4.2.6 Other Problems •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-72
5.
Exploded View and Parts List
Thumbnail 1•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••5-2
Thumbnail 2•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••5-3
5.1 Main•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••5-4
5.2 Cover Unit •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••5-7
5.3 Front Cover ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••5-9
5.4 MP Tray •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-11
5.5 Middle Cover •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-13
5.6 Reverse Unit •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-15
Continued
5.7 Top Cover •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-17
5.8 Reverse Frame ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-19
5.9 Reverse Drive ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-21
5.10 Frame ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-23
5.11 Feed Drive ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-25
5.12 Fuser Unit •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-27
5.13 Fuser Drive •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-30
5.14 PTB •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-32
5.15 Scan Ass’y ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-35
5.16 Hinge Unit •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-37
5.17 OPE ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-39
5.18 Platen Ass’y •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-41
5.19 DADF Ass’y •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-44
5.20 Platen Cover DADF •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-46
5.21 DADF lower •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-48
5.22 DADF Motor ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-50
5.23 Cassette •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-52
5.24 SCF Unit•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-55
5.25 SCF Cassette ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-58
6.
System Diagram
6.1 Block Diagram ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••6-1
6.2 Connection Diagram •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••6-2
7.
Reference Information
7.1 Tool for Troubleshooting ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••7-1
7.2 Acronyms and Abbreviations •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••7-2
7.3 Select a location for the printer ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••7-4
Precautions
1. Precautions
In order to prevent accidents and to prevent damage to the equipment please read the precautions listed
below carefully before servicing the printer and follow them closely.
1.1 Safety Warning
(1) Only to be serviced by appropriately qualified service engineers.
High voltages and lasers inside this product are dangerous. This printer should only be serviced by a
suitably trained and qualified service engineer.
(2) Use only Dell replacement parts
There are no user serviceable parts inside the printer. Do not make any unauthorized changes or
additions to the printer, these could cause the printer to malfunction and create electric shock or fire hazards.
(3) Laser Safety Statement
The Printer is certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR, chapter 1 Subchapter
J for Class 1(1) laser products, and elsewhere, it is certified as a Class I laser product con-forming to the
requirements of IEC 825. Class I laser products are not considered to be hazardous. The laser system
and printer are designed so there is never any human access to laser radiation above a Class I level
during normal operation, user maintenance, or prescribed service condition.
Warning >> Never operate or service the printer with the protective cover removed from Laser/
Scanner assembly. The reflected beam, although invisible, can damage your eyes.
When using this product, these basic safety pre-cautions should always be followed to
reduce risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons.
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Precautions
1.2 Caution for safety
1.2.1 Toxic material
This product contains toxic materials that could cause illness if ingested.
(1) If the LCD control panel is damaged it is possible for the liquid inside to leak. This liquid is toxic. Contact
with the skin should be avoided, wash any splashes from eyes or skin immediately and contact your
doctor. If the liquid gets into the mouth or is swallowed see a doctor immediately.
(2) Please keep Drum cartridge and Toner Cartridge away from children. The toner powder contained in the
Drum cartridge and Toner Cartridge may be harmful and if swallowed you should contact a doctor.
1.2.2 Electric Shock and Fire Safety Precautions
Failure to follow the following instructions could cause electric shock or potentially cause a fire.
(1) Use only the correct voltage, failure to do so could damage the printer and potentially cause a fire or
electric shock.
(2) Use only the power cable supplied with the printer. Use of an incorrectly specified cable could cause the
cable to overheat and potentially cause a fire.
(3) Do not overload the power socket, this could lead to overheating of the cables inside the wall and could
lead to a fire.
(4) Do not allow water or other liquids to spill into the printer, this can cause electric shock. Do not allow
paper clips, pins or other foreign objects to fall into the printer these could cause a short circuit leading to
an electric shock or fire hazard.
(5) Never touch the plugs on either end of the power cable with wet hands, this can cause electric shock.
When servicing the printer remove the power plug from the wall socket.
(6) Use caution when inserting or removing the power connector. The power connector must be inserted
completely otherwise a poor contact could cause overheating possibly leading to a fire. When removing
the power connector grip it firmly and pull.
(7) Take care of the power cable. Do not allow it to become twisted, bent sharply round corners or other
wise damaged. Do not place objects on top of the power cable. If the power cable is damaged it could
overheat and cause a fire or exposed cables could cause an electric shock. Replace a damaged power
cable immediately, do not reuse or repair the damaged cable. Some chemicals can attack the coating on
the power cable, weakening the cover or exposing cables causing fire and shock risks.
(8) Ensure that the power sockets and plugs are not cracked or broken in any way. Any such defects should
be repaired immediately. Take care not to cut or damage the power cable or plugs when moving the
machine.
(9) Use caution during thunder or lightening storms. Dell recommend that this machine be disconnected from
the power source when such weather conditions are expected. Do not touch the machine or the power
cord if it is still connected to the wall socket in these weather conditions.
(10) Avoid damp or dusty areas, install the printer in a clean well ventilated location. Do not position the
machine near a humidifier. Damp and dust build up inside the machine can lead to overheating and
cause a fire.
(11) Do not position the printer in direct sunlight. This will cause the temperature inside the printer to rise
possibly leading to the printer failing to work properly and in extreme conditions could lead to a fire.
(12) Do not insert any metal objects into the machine through the ventilator fan or other part of the casing, it
could make contact with a high voltage conductor inside the machine and cause an electric shock.
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Precautions
1.2.3 Handling Precautions
The following instructions are for your own personal safety, to avoid injury and so as not to damage the
printer
(1) Ensure the printer is installed on a level surface, capable of supporting its weight. Failure to do so could
cause the printer to tip or fall.
(2) The printer contains many rollers, gears and fans. Take great care to ensure that you do not catch your
fingers, hair or clothing in any of these rotating devices.
(3) Do not place any small metal objects, containers of water, chemicals or other liquids close to the printer
which if spilled could get into the machine and cause damage or a shock or fire hazard.
(4) Do not install the machine in areas with high dust or moisture levels, beside on open window or close to a
humidifier or heater. Damage could be caused to the printer in such areas.
(5) Do not place candles, burning cigarettes, etc on the printer, These could cause a fire.
1.2.4 Assembly / Disassembly Precautions
Replace parts carefully, always use Dell parts. Take care to note the exact location of parts and also
cable routing before dismantling any part of the machine. Ensure all parts and cables are replaced correctly.
Please carry out the following procedures before dismantling the printer or replacing any parts.
(1) Check the contents of the machine memory and make a note of any user settings. These will be erased if
the mainboard or network card is replaced.
(2) Ensure that power is disconnected before servicing or replacing any electrical parts.
(3) Disconnect printer interface cables and power cables.
(4) Only use approved spare parts. Ensure that part number, product name, any voltage, current or
temperature rating are correct.
(5) When removing or re-fitting any parts do not use excessive force, especially when fitting screws into
plastic.
(6) Take care not to drop any small parts into the machine.
(7) Handling of the OPC Drum
- The OPC Drum can be irreparably damaged if it exposed to light.
Take care not to expose the OPC Drum either to direct sunlight or to fluorescent or incandescent
room lighting. Exposure for as little as 5 mins can damage the surface? photoconductive properties
and will result in print quality degradation. Take extra care when servicing the printer. Remove the
OPC Drum and store it in a black bag or other lightproof container. Take care when working with the
covers(especially the top cover) open as light is admitted to the OPC area and can damage the OPC
Drum.
- Take care not to scratch the green surface of OPC Drum Unit.
If the green surface of the Drum Cartridge is scratched or touched the print quality will be compromised.
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Precautions
1.2.5 Disregarding this warning may cause bodily injury
(1) Be careful with the high temperature part.
The fuser unit works at a high temperature. Use caution when working on the printer. Wait for the fuser to
cool down before disassembly.
(2) Do not put finger or hair into the rotating parts.
When operating a printer, do not put hand or hair into the rotating parts (Paper feeding entrance, motor,
fan, etc.). If do, you can get harm.
(3) When you move the printer
- The equipment weighs approximately 36.6 Kg (including consumables), therefore pay attention when
handling it.
- Be sure not to hold the movable parts or units (e.g. the control panel, ADF) when transporting the
equipment.
- Be sure to use a dedicated outlet with 110V/220Vpower input.
- The equipment must be grounded for safety.
- Select a suitable place for installation. Avoid excessive heat, high humidity, dust, vibration and direct
sunlight.
- Provide proper ventilation since the equipment emits a slight amount of ozone.
- The equipment shall be installed near the socket outlet and shall be accessible.
- Be sure to fix and plug in the power cable securely after the installation so that no one trips over it.
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Precautions
1.3 ESD Precautions
Certain semiconductor devices can be easily damaged by static electricity. Such components are commonly
called “Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices” or ESDs. Examples of typical ESDs are: integrated circuits,
some field effect transistors, and semiconductor “chip” components.
The techniques outlined below should be followed to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by static electricity.
Caution >>Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
1. Immediately before handling a semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain
off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, employ a
commercially available wrist strap device, which should be removed for your personal safety reasons prior
to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ESDs, place the assembly on a conductive surface,
such as aluminum or copper foil, or conductive foam, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup in the vicinity
of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded tip soldering iron to solder or desolder ESDs.
4. Use only an “anti-static” solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static”
can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
5. Do not use Freon-propelled chemicals. When sprayed, these can generate electrical charges sufficient to
damage ESDs.
6. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its protective packaging until immediately before installing it. Most
replacement ESDs are packaged with all leads shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil, or a
comparable conductive material.
7. Immediately before removing the protective shorting material from the leads of a replacement ESD, touch
the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
8. Maintain continuous electrical contact between the ESD and the assembly into which it will be installed,
until completely plugged or soldered into the circuit.
9. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ESDs. Normal motions, such as
the brushing together of clothing fabric and lifting one’s foot from a carpeted floor, can generate static
electricity sufficient to damage an ESD.
1.4 Super Capacitor or Lithium Battery Precautions
1. Exercise caution when replacing a super capacitor or Lithium battery. There could be a danger of explosion
and subsequent operator injury and/or equipment damage if incorrectly installed.
2. Be sure to replace the battery with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
3. Super capacitor or Lithium batteries contain toxic substances and should not be opened, crushed, or
burned for disposal.
4. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacture’s instructions.
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Product spec and feature
2. Product spec and feature
2.1 Product Specifications
2.1.1 Product Overview
Concept
Target
A4 Tandem CMFP to Maximize office Productivity
SMB (Office Work for Heavy Color Print/Copy/Scan)
- Scan, Copy, Print, Fax 4 in 1 MFP
- Speed : 20/20 PPM (A4)
- Resolution : 2400x600 dpi (effective output)
- CPU : 360 Mhz
- Memory : 128 MB
- Toner Cartridge Life (Color/Black) : 5K / 5.5K
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2 Specifications
Product Specifications are subject to change without notice. See below for product specifications.
2.1.2.1 General Print Engine
Item
Simplex
B&W : Up to 20 ppm in A4 (21 ppm in Letter)
Color : Up to 20 ppm in A4 (21 ppm in Letter)
Duplex
B&W : Up to 10 ipm in A4 (10 ipm in Letter)
Color : Up to 10 ipm in A4 (10 ipm in Letter)
Engine Speed
Warmup time
FPOT (B&W)
FPOT (Color)
Resolution
Dell 2145cn
Less than 49 sec
From Ready
Less than 25 sec
From Idle
Less than 65 sec
From Coldboot
Less than 75 sec
From Ready
Less than 25 sec
From Idle
Less than 65 sec
From Coldboot
Less than 75 sec
Optical
600 x 600 dpi
Support
Max : 2,400 x 600 dpi effetive output
Default : 1200 x 600 dpi
2.1.2.2 Controller & S/W
Item
MPU
Memory
Dell 2145cn
360 MHz
Std.
128MB
Max.
384MB
Memory Expansion
1 Slot
Printer Languages
SPL-C, PostScript3, PCL6
Fonts
45 scalable and 1 bitmap PCL and 136 PS
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Product spec and feature
Item
Dell 2145cn
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008(include 64bit)
Supporting OS
Various Linux OS including Red Hat 8.0~9.0,
Mandrake 9.2~10.1, SuSE 8.2~9.2 and Fedora Core 1~4
Mac OS X 10.3~10.4 and Universial Mac
Default Driver
PCL6
Driver feature
Watermark
Overlay
N-up printing
Poster printing
Duplex
Quality (Best/Normal/Draft)
Color mode (Color, Gray scale)
Copies Setting (Window Only)
Color spec.
Support Device color
Service homepage connection
WHQL
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista (include 64bit)
Language
Localization
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch
TWAIN
Yes(Windows, Mac, Linux)
WIA
Yes(Windows only)
Scan Manager
Yes (multi-folder)
PC-FAX
Yes (Mono Send Only, included in SmarThru Office)
PSU
USB only
Status Monitor
Yes
Network
Management
Set IP (Linux, Mac not support)
SmarThru
SmarThru Office 2.0
Protocol
TCP/IP,SNMPv3,HTTP1.1, IPP
Network OS
Windows 2000/XP(32/64bit)/2003
Server(32/64bit)/Vista
Server(32/64bit)
NetWare 5.x, 6.x
Mac OS X 10.3~10.4 - TCP/IP Only
Various Linux OS including Red Hat 8.0~9.0,
Fedora Core 1~4, Mandrake 9.2~10.1, and SuSE 8.2~9.2
HP-UX, Solaris, SunOS, SCO UNIX
Driver
Scan driver
Application
Network
Security
N/A
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2.3 Interface
Item
Dell 2145cn
Parallel
N/A
USB
USB 2.0, USB host 2.0(Scan to USB, USB print)
Hard Disk
OPTION
Network
Ethernet 10/100 Base TX
Wireless
OPTION
LCD & Button
16 x 2 line LCD (Yellow BackLight)
Foreign Device Interface
Yes (EDI)
2.1.2.4 Scan
Item
Scan method
Scan Speed
Resolution
Color CCD
Linearity, Halftone
about 15 sec at 300dpi,USB2.0,P4 3.0GHz, 512M /Ltr
Gray
about 20 sec at 300dpi,USB2.0,P4 3.0GHz, 512M /Ltr
Color
about 30 sec at 300dpi,USB2.0,P4 3.0GHz, 512M /Ltr
Optical
1,200*600 dpi
Enhanced
4,800*4,800 dpi
Halftone
Scan Size
Scan Depth
Scan Function
Dell 2145cn
256levels
Max. Document Width
Max.216mm
Effiective Scan Width
Max 208mm(8.2”)
Max. Document Length
Max.297mm(11.7”) @platen, 356mm(14”) @DADF
Effiective Scan Length
Max 289mm @platen, 348mm @DADF
Color
Inernal : 36 bit, External : 24bit
Mono
- 1bit for Linearity & Halftone
- 8Bit for Gray scale
Scan to USB, SMB, FTP, Network,Email
[Windows]
- Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista
Compatibility
Various Linux OS including Red Hat 8.0~9.0,
Mandrake 9.2~10.1, SuSE 8.2~9.2 and Fedora Core 1~4
Mac OS X 10.3~10.4 and Universial Mac
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2.5 Copy
Item
Copy Speed
FCOT (B&W)
FCOT (Color)
Dell 2145cn
Simplex Copy Speed(A4)
20cpm (A4)
Duplex Copy Speed(A4)
6200ND/6210FX : 6.6 image per sec
(about 33% of simplex) 6200FX : N/A
From Ready
Less than 31 sec
From Idle
Less than 71 sec
From Coldboot
Less than 78 sec
From Ready
Less than 37 sec
From Idle
Less than 77 sec
From Coldboot
Less than 85 sec
Zoom Range
25% to 400% for Platen25% to 100% for ADF
Multi Copy
1~99
Original Type
(Mono)
Text
Scan : 600x600dpi(Otical 600x300dpi),
Printing : 600x600dpi
Text/Photo
Scan: 600x600dpi(Otical 600x300dpi),
Printing : 600x600dpi
Magazine
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 600x300dpi)
@ ADF, Printing : 600x600dpi
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 600x600dpi)
@ Platen, Printing : 600x600dpi
Photo
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 600x300dpi)
@ ADF, Printing : 600x600dpi
Scan : 1200x1200dpi(Optical 600x600dpi)
@ Platen, Printing : 1200x1200dpi
Text
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 300x300dpi),
Printing : 600x600dpi
Text/Photo
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 300x300dpi),
Printing : 600x600dpi
Original Type (Color) Magazine
Original Type
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 600x300dpi)
@ ADF, Printing : 600x600dpi
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 600x600dpi)
@ Platen, Printing : 600x600dpi
Photo
Scan : 600x600dpi(Optical 300x300dpi)
@ ADF, Printing : 600x600dpi
Scan :1200x1200dpi(Optical 300x300dpi)
@ Platen, Printing : 1200x1200dpi
Factory Default
Text/photo
Automatic Background Suppression
Yes
Darkness Control
5 level
Collation Copy
Yes
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Product spec and feature
Item
Special Copy
Dell 2145cn
ID Card Copy
Yes(Platen Only)
Auto fit
Yes(Platen Only)
Margin Shift
Yes
Book Copy
Yes
Auto Suppression
Yes
Covers
No
Transparencies
No
Create Booklet
No
N-up copy
2-up, 4-up
Clone
Yes (Platen Only)
Poster
Yes (Platen Only)
2.1.2.6 Fax
Item
Dell 2145cn
Compatibility
ITU-T G3
Communication System
PSTN/PABX
Modem Speed
33.6Kbps
TX Speed
3sec(Mono/Standard/ECM-MMR.ITU-T G3 No1.standard)
Compression
MH/MR/MMR/JPEG/JBIG
Color Fax
Yes
ECM
Yes
Resolution
(Mono)
Std
203*98dpi
Fine
203*196dpi
S.Fine
300*300dpi
Resolution(Color)
200 x 200 dpi
Scan speed
3.6 sec / Letter ( Mono, scan time )
Telephone
Features
Handset
No
On hook Dial
Yes
Search
Yes (Phone Book)
1-Touch Dial
30
Speed Dial
240 locations
TAD I/F
Yes
Tone/Pulse
Selectable in Tech Mode
Pause
Yes
Auto Redial
Yes
Last Number Redial
Yes
Distinctive Ring
Yes
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Product spec and feature
Item
Telephone
Features
Functions
Report & List
Print out
Sound Control
Dell 2145cn
Caller ID
No
External Phone
Interface
Yes
Mail Box
No
Voice Request
No
TTI
Yes
RTI
Yes
Polling
No
Earth/Recall
No
Auto Reduction
Yes
SMS
No
RDS
Yes
Tx/Rx Journal
Yes
Confirmation
2 types available (with Image TCR, w/o image TCR, Mono Only)
Auto Dial List
Yes
System Data List
List all user setting
Ring Volume
Yes (Off, Low, MED, HIGH)
Key Volume
Yes (On, Off)
Speaker
Yes (On, Off,Comm)
Alarm Volume
Yes (On, Off)
Junk Fax barrier
Yes
Security Receive
Yes
Fax Memory Backup
Yes (Serial flash)
Receive Mode
Fax, TEL, Ans/Fax
Capacity
less than 4 MB (200 Pages) (Mono)
Optional Memory
No
Max locations to store to 1 Group Dial
240 locations
Fax Forward to FAX
Yes (On/Off), both Sent and Received, Mono Only
Fax Forward to e-mail
Yes
Broadcasting
up to 249 locations, Mono Only
Delayed fax
Yes (Tx only, Mono Only)
Memory RX
Yes
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2.7 Paper Handling
Item
Dell 2145cn
Standard Capa.
250-sheet Cassette Tray, 100 MP
Max. Capa.
850 sheets @ 75g/້
Printing
Max. Size
216 X 356((8.5” x 14”)
Min. Size
76 x127mm (3” x 5”)
Margin(T/B/L/R)
4 mm, 4 mm, 4 mm, 4 mm
MP tray Capacity
100 sheets @ 75g/້
MP tray Sensing
Empty sensingNo size sensor
Standard Cassette Capacity
250 sheets @ 75g/້
Standard Cassette Size sensor
N/A
User Interface
Indicator
Sensing
Empty sensing
SCF Cassette Capacity
500 sheets @ 75g/້
SCF Cassette Size sensor
N/A
User Interface
Indicator
Sensing
Empty sensing
Output Stacking FaceUp
Capacity
FaceDown
N/A
Output Full sensing
Yes
Finishing
N/A
Duplex Supporting
Std.
ADF
DADF
ADF Capacity
50 sheets @ 75g/້
180 sheets @ 75g/້ in N/N
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2.8 CRU
Item
5 (C/M/Y/K toner, PTB)
K toner cartridge: CLP-K660B
C toner cartridge: CLP-C660B
M toner cartridge: CLP-M660B
Y toner cartridge: CLP-Y660B
Paper Transfer Belt: CLP-T660A
No. of CRUs
Black
■ Standard Yield
Average K Cartridge Yield 2500 standard pages
Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798:2006(E)
■ High Yield
Average K Cartridge Yield 5500 standard pages
Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798:2006(E)
ଖ Ships with Standard yield Starter toner cartridge
Color
■ Standard Yield
Average K Cartridge Yield 2000 standard pages
Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798:2006(E)
■ High Yield
Average K Cartridge Yield 5000 standard pages
Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798:2006(E)
ଖ Ships with Standard yield Starter toner cartridge
Life detect
Life detect Sensor(None), Traced via software 90% exhausted: Low
message 100% exhausted: Empty message
Replace method
CRUM for appropriate installation of each cartridge3 step for install/
replacing
Yield
50,000 pages
Key
Unique, Electronic key(CRUM)
Sensor
None, that would be traced via software
Replace method
3 steps for install/replacing
Toner
PTBY
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2.9 FRU
Item
Sec_Code
Expected Life (Pages)
JC91-00934A(110V)
Fuser
100 K
JC91-00933A(220V)
Pick-up Roller (Main, MP)
JC90-00932A(Main)
70K
JC96-02686B (MP)
JC97-03077A (CST)
Friction Pad
70K
JC97-02892A(MP)
[DADF/ADF] Pick-up Roller
JC97-03070A(DADF)
80K
[DADF/ADF] Friction Pad
JC97-03069A(DADF)
20K
2.1.2.10 Reliability & Service
Item
Dell 2145cn
Printing Volume(AMPV)
1,140 page (B&W : 400 page, Color : 740 pages)
Max Monthly Duty
65,000 pages
MPBF
58,000 pages
MTTR
<30 min.
SET Life Cycle
200,000 image or 5 years whitchever comes first
Real-time Clock
None
System-record
Total page count (color/mono)
Fuser life
Transfer belt life
Toner Life(CMYK)
Tray roller life
First operation date(Not revealed to Users)
Test Print
Configuration SheetDemo Sheet
RDC
Temperature
Humidity
Comm. Mode
N/A
Operation
N/A
Operating
15~32.5 (59~90.5)
Storage
-20~40(-4~104)
Operating
10~80RH
Storage
0~95RH
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Product spec and feature
■ Machine Life
Life (Expected Average based on AMPV usage ratio)
CRU/FRU
Modes
Expected Life
pages
Images
Total
Page
200,000
200,000
Color only
(page)
Mono only
(page)
Mono (40%)
80,000
80,000
Color (60%)
120,000
120,000
Cyan
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
Magenta
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
SET
Toner Cartridge
(5% coverage)
Total
Image
Max. Life
200,000
0
0
200,000
Yellow
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
Black
5,500
5,500
5,500
5,500
50,000
50,000
50,000
Color
50,000
50,000
Mono
50,000
50,000
Color
100,000
100,000
100,000
PTB Unit
100,000
0
Fuser Unit
Mono
100,000
0
100,000
Color / Mono
70,000
70,000
70,000
Color / Mono
70,000
70,000
70,000
Friction Pad
DADF pickup
20ppm
70,000
70,000
70,000
DADF friction Pad
Color / Mono
70,000
20,000
20,000
Scan Assy
20ppm
70,000
70,000
70,000
DADF
20ppm
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
Toner Cartridge yield : Average CMY Cartridge Yield 5000 standard pages
Average K Cartridge Yield 5500 standard pages
Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798
* Scan assy life : The life is estimated based on around 30%~ 35% usage of total function of MF till the
machine life .
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2.11 Environment
Item
Acoustic Noise
Level(Sound
Power/Pressure)
Dell 2145cn
Print & Copy
Less than 53 dBA print @ CST
Less than 54 dBA copy @ CST
Less than 56 dBA print & copy @ SCF &MP
Standby
Less than 35 dBA
Sleep
Background noise level
110-127 VAC, 50/60Hz
Input Voltages
220-240 VAC,50/60Hz
Power Switch
Power
Consumption
Dimension
(W x D x H)
Ready
Less than 82W
AVG.
Less than 580W
Max/Peak
Less than 1400W
Sleep
Less than 18W
Set
468 x 498 x651 mm
Set Packing
650 x 445 x 920 mm
Consumables Packing
620 X 430 X 325 mm (24.4” x 16.9” x 12.8”)
Set (with consumables) 37kg
Weight
Set Packing
48kg
Consumables
1.9kg
Consumables Packing
8.3 Kg
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Product spec and feature
2.1.2.12 Option
ACCESSORIES
PART NUMBER
Memory module
• CLP-MEM201 : 128MB
• CLP-MEM202 : 256MB
Optional tray 2
CLX-S6240A
( 500 Sheet )
IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless LAN card
ML-NWA10L
- 6210FX
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IMAGE
Product spec and feature
2.1.3 Competitor Model
Dell 2145cn
Brother
MFC 9420CN
HP
2840
OKI
C5510N
Printing speed
20/20 ppm
31/7 ppm
19/4 ppm
20/12 ppm
Processor
300MHz
-
264MHz
-
RAM
128MB
64MB
96MB
96MB
MAX Memory
640MB
576MB
224MB
224MB
Hard disk
80GB (Optional)
N/A
N/A
N/A
Print Resolution
2400 effective
output
2400 x 600
2400 Image Ret
2400 x 600
FPOT
(Color/Mono)
25/25sec
20/14 sec
29/18 sec
-
Print Language
SPL-C, PCL6, PS3
PDL
PDL
GDI
Copy speed
(Color)
20/20 ppm
31/8 ppm
19/4 ppm
20/12 ppm
ADF
50 shts (ADF)
35 shts (ADF)
50 shts (ADF)
50 shts (ADF)
Input
250 CST, 100 MP
250 CST
250 CST, 125MP
300 CST, 100MP
Duplex
Std
Manual
Manual
-
Toner
(Black/Color)
5.5 K/5K
10K/6.6K
5 K/4K
5K/5K, 3K/3K
Interface
USB 2.0, N/W
USB 2.0, N/W
USB 2.0, N/W
USB 2.0, N/W
Fax
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Image
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Product spec and feature
2.2 System Overview
■ Product Configuration
DADF
Fuser
Belt + Lamp
SCANNER
Flatbed
Drive Unit
Reverse Unit
2BLDC + 1Step
Reverse path
LSU
PTB Unit
Main Board
Duplex Built - in
Power
Toner Unit
MP 100 Sheets
Cassette & P/U
250 Sheets
SCF 500
Sheets
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Product spec and feature
■ Engine Layout
13
10
2
7
12
6
5
4 1
11
3
9
8
1
OPC
8
Pick-up Roller
2
Charge Roller
9
Regi Roller
3
MP Roller
10
Exit Roller
4
Deve Roller
11
Duplex Roller
5
Transfer Roller
12
Reverse middle Roller
6
Heat Roller
13
Reverse Exit Roller
7
Pressure Roller
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Product spec and feature
■ DADF
Dadf Pickup Roll.
Regi. Roll.
Scan Area (CCD)
Middle Roll.
Exit Roll.
: Simplex
: Duplex
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Product spec and feature
2.2.1 Main parts of system
1) PTB Unit (Paper Transfer Belt)
PTB stands for Image Transfer Belt. An image developed on the Toner Cartridge is transferred first to the
PTB. This is called the T1 Transfer Paper Charge Roller.
Images are built up in layers on the PTB.
First the Yellow (Y) color image is created on the Toner Cartridge and transferred to the PTB.
Next the Magenta (M) color image is created on the Toner Cartridge and transferred to the PTB.
Followed by the Cyan (C) and Black (K) images.
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Product spec and feature
2) Transfer Roller
Once the complete, full color, image, has been built up on the PTB the Transfer Roller is used to
transfer the image on to paper.
3) FCT (First Cassette Tray)
It stores and automatically feeds print paper.
Pick-up Roller picks up paper, controls drive, feeds paper, removes static electricity, and so on.
> Spec.
* Feeding Method : Cassette Type
* Feeding Standard : Center Loading
* Feeding Capacity : Cassette 250 Sheets
(75g/ , 20lb Paper Standard) Manual Feeder
* Paper Detecting Sensor : Photo Sensor
(Empty, Registration, Exit)
* Paper Size Sensor : None
4) SCT (Second Cassette Tray)
This additionally stores and automatically feeds printing paper. Its function is the same as the FCT
(First Cassette Tray)
> Spec.
* Paper Direction : FISO (Front-in, Side-Out)
* Cassette Type : A4, Ltr
* Paper Discharge : Separation Claw
* Capacity : 500 Sheets (Standard paper 75mg/m2 20lb)
* Paper Size : A4, Letter
* Paper Weight (average) : 60~90g/ (16~24lbs)
* Paper Type : General Printing Paper
* Additional Function : Paper Empty Sensor
Paper Registration Sensor
Paper Exit Sensor
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Product spec and feature
5) MPT (Multi Purpose Tray)
The Multi-Purpose Tray not only feeds general printing paper but is also used for many other kinds
of paper such as those paper sizes not supported by the cassette, envelopes, etc.
> Spec.
* Capacity : Cut Sheet : 100 Sheets (Standard paper 75mg/m2 bond)
* OHP : 300 Sheets
* Envelope & Label & Card Stock : 10 Sheets
* Paper Arrangement : Center Loading
* Power : Main Motor (Stepper Motor)
* Driving Management : Solenoid
* Paper Discharge : Friction Pad Method
* Paper Size : Legal, Folio, A4, Letter, Executive, JIS B5, A5, A6
* Paper Weight (Average) : 75~163g/m2 bond(20 to 43lb)
* Paper Type : General, Label, Post Card, Transparency, Envelope, Card Stock (Tracing Paper is not served)
* Additional Function : Paper Empty Sensor
6) Toner Cartridge
There are four toner cartridges, each containing a different color ink : C (Cyan), M (Magenta), Y (Yellow),
and K (Black).
Each one of these toner cartridge is independent and can be changed independently.
* Method of Toner supply : Toner is transported to the developing roller by supply belt.
* Regulating Toner level : Regulating Toner level by SUS.Blade.
* Developing method : Non-magnetic 1 element non-contracting mehtod.
* Toner : Non magnetic 1 element shatter type toner
* OPC cleaning : Collect the toner by using Cleaning Blade
* The life span of toner cartridge ; 5000(YMC)/5500(K) sheets (ISO/IEC 19798 standard pages)
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Product spec and feature
7) Fuser Unit
This unit consists of IH-HEAT ROLLER, Thermostats and a Thermistor. It melts and fuses the toner,
transferred by the transfer roller onto the paper, by applying pressure and high temperature to complete
printing job.
* Heat Lamp : New Part - Dual Lamp Type
* Fusing system : Belt fusing type
- Heat roller : Pipe type (Lamp inside)
- Pressure roller
- Fuser roller
- Belt
* Thermistor - Temperature-Measuring Device
* Thermostat - Critical Temperature-Detecting Device
1. Thermostat
When a heat lamp is overheated, a Thermostat cuts off the main power to prevent over-heating.
- Non-Cotact type Thermostat
2. Fuser Belt
The fuser belt transfers the heat from the lamp to apply a heat on the paper.
The surface of the fuser belt is coated with Teflon, so toner does not stick to the surface.
3. Pressure roller
A pressure roller mounted under a heat roller is made of a silicon resin, and the surface also is coated with
Teflon. When a paper passes between a heat roller and a pressure roller, toner adheres to the surface of a
paper permanently.
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Product spec and feature
8) LSU
LSU consists of LD(Laser Diode) and polygon motor control. When the controller generate the printing signal
LD will turn on and Polygon motor starts. If the receiving part in LSU detect the beam and then Hsync is
generated. When the rotation of polygon motor is steady, it is time of LSU ready status for printing. If either
of two condition is not satisfied, LSU error is expected.
Trouble
Failure Analysis
Polygon Motor Error
No steady rotation of Polygon Motor
Hsync Error
In spite of steady rotation of Polygon Motor,No the generation of the
Hsync signal
9) Main Drive Unit
This motor drives, by way of a gearbox, the Toner Cartridge, PTB unit, feeder unit, fuser unit.
> Spec.
* Power : 20W Max (24V)
* Drives : Toner Cartridge, PTB unit, Fuser, Feeder
10) DEVE Drive Unit
This motor drives, by way of a gearbox, the toner cartridges and PTB cleaning cam.
> Spec.
* Power : 20W Max (24V)
* Drives : DEV (4 Color)/PTB Cleaning)
11) SMPS (Switching Mode Power Supply)
This power supply uses the AC supply voltage to generate the DC voltages used by the system.
The SMPS has 5 output channels (+3.3V, +5V, +24V).
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Product spec and feature
12) HVPS (High Voltage Power Supply)
The HVPS creates the high voltages (Transfer, Charge, Attr, Supply DC, Supply AC) used for the
electro photographic process. The high voltage is created from the 24V line from the SMPS. High
Voltage output is supplied to the toner cartridge, PTB unit.
13) Main Controller PBA
The Main controller PBA is very important as it is the heart of printer. It has several major function
blocks.
* CPU : This manages the printing order from the host, creates bitmap data for the engine to print and
controls various devices that are needed to operate the printer.
*Engine Control Block: This manages images and controls various kinds of I/O
* Memory Block : The operating system uses this to store video data and printing orders given by host.
* ROM Block : The printer OS and PDL Interpreter are stored here.
* In addition there are USB 2.0 Block, IEEE 1284 Block, Option Block, OPE Panel, etc.
14) Drive PBA
Each toner cartridge requires the HV Supply only when that colour image is being processed. This unit takes
its HV source from the HVPS and using 4 solenoids selects which cartridge is to receive the Supply voltage.
This section also contains the DEVE motor, DEVE clutch, and DEVE solenoid drives. These are activated in
sequence as required by the printing process.
15) DEVE CRUM PBA
This detects new or used toner cartridges and also checks that cartridges are approved parts. If a toner
cartridge is not suitable for the machine an error message is displayed.
16) Reverse Ass’y
* The life span : Print over 200k
* 1 Motor, 1 Solenoid
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Product spec and feature
17) Scan Part
1) Pictorial signal input part : output signal of CCD passes through MP Cap change to AFE, and defined
signal between AFE and Image Processor processes the Image signal. When AFE accept each pixel,
CDS(Correlated Double Sampling ) technique which samples arm-level twice is used on each pixel by using
IP signal.
2) Pictorial image processing part : read CCD Pixel data in terms of 600dpi Line and process Error
Diffusion Algorithm on Text mode and Photo mode, and then store Data at Scan Buffer on PC Scan mode
without algorithm.
On every mode Shading Correction and Gamma Correction are executed ahead, then processing is
executed later.
* Scan Image Control Specification
1. Minimum Scan Line Time: 0.36ms for Copy.
2. Scan Resolution : Max. 600DPI
3. Scan Width : 216mm
4. main function
- Internal 12 bit ADC
- White Shading Correction
- Gamma Correction
- CCD Interface
- 256 Gray Scale
3) CCD Operating Part : CCD Image sensor use +5V and Inverter uses +24V
- CCD Maximum Operating Frequency : 12MHz
- CCD Line time : 0.36ms for Copy.
- White Data output Voltage : 0.7V 0.5V ( Copy, 0.36ms/line)
- Maximum Inverter Current : 600 mA Max.( +24V)
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Product spec and feature
ଝGIP Block Diagram
1) Scanning Device:
Color CCD (Charge Coupled Device) Module
2) Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 98/2000/NT4.0/ME/XP, MAC (English only)
3) Compatibility:
TWAIN Standard
4) Maximum Scan Width:
216mm (8.5 inches)
5) Effective Scan Width:
208mm (8.2 inches)
6) Optical Resolution:
600x1200 dpi
7) Interpolated Resolution:
Maximum 4800 dpi
8) Preview Scan:
75 dpi
9) Scan Modes/Speeds:
(USB 2.0, 300dpi, Letter
Size, Pentium4 2.xGHz,
128MB RAM )
ADF & DADF
- Linearity : 15 sec. (Letter, 300dpi, USB)
- Gray Scale : 20 sec. (Letter, 300dpi, USB)
- Color : 30 sec. (Letter, 300dpi, USB)
Platen
- Linearity : 15 sec. (Letter, 300dpi, USB)
- Gray Scale : 20 sec. (Letter, 300dpi, USB)
- Color : 30 sec. (Letter, 300dpi, USB)
10) ADF & DADF Capacity:
50 sheets (20 lb)
11) Image Compression:
None
12) PC Interface:(USB & Parallel are not
simultaneously supported)
USB (without HUB mode)Requires 6 ft. USB Cable (not
supplied by SEC)
13) Minimum PC Specification:
Pentium-II 233MHz, 64MB RAM, 120MB free disk space
14) Registration Position for Original:
- Platen: Rear-Left Corner
(when facing front/ operator panel).
- ADF & DADF: Center
15) Number of Copies:
2 digits (99 maximum for LCD display and reports)
2-25
Product spec and feature
18) FAX section
ଝGBlock Diagram
BLOCK DIAGRAM
Isolation
Barrier
Main Board Interface
20pin Connector
5V
VOL_0~VOL_2
KEYCLICK
SPK_CTL
MC34119
5V
CML
SPK_OUT
External
Circuitry
SPKER
5V
CML
AOUT
Si3018
Si2435
3.3V
GND
RXD
TXD
nCTS
nRTS
RX
RAM/ROM
Hybrid and
dc
Termination
Serial
Interface
nDCD
ESC
nRI
Microcontroller
DSP
DAA
Interface
nINT
nRESET
XTALO
4.9152༪
Isolation
Interface
Ring
Detect
Off-Hook
PLL
Clocking
Codec
Interface
IB
SC
DCT
VREG
VREG2
DCT2
DCT 3
RNG1
RNG2
QB
QE
QE 2
Tel
Line
Ext.
Line
CLKI /XTALI
HANDSET
4pin Connector
nRESET
MBIAS
MIC
SPKRR
SPKRL
CLKOUT
SDI SDO nFSYNC
MCLK
SDI SDO nFSYNC
Si3000
Voic Codec
Implemented by based on the silicon DAA (Data Access Arrangement) Solution, and is roughly composed
of two Chip Solution
• SI2435(SSD)
• SI3018 (LSD)
A Modem Chip which embeds SSD (System Side Device) for interfacing between
LSD and Voice Codec(SI3000)
A LIU (Line Interface Unit) Chip which is controlled by SSD and satisfies each PSTN
Requirements by modulating internal Configuration with connecting Tel Line.
2-26
Product spec and feature
ଝGSignal Transition of DAA Solution
Line Interface Signal of Tel Line and LSD is Analog Signal. There are a A/D and a D/A Converter in the LSD,
so Analog Signal from Tel Line is converted in Digital through a A/D Converter in the DAA and transferred to
the SSD by the DIB Transformer. Digital Signal from the SSD is converted to Analog by a D/A Converter in
the DAA and transferred to Tel Line.
( Modem )
( Silicon DAA )
1) Modem Side
The Si2435 modem device contains a controller, a DSP, program memory (ROM), data memory (RAM), a
serial and parallel interface, a crystal oscillator, and an isolation capacitor interface.
The crystal oscillator circuit requires a 4.9152MHzfundamental mode parallel-resonant crystal. Typical
crystals require a 20pF load capacitance. This load is calculated as the series combination of the
capacitance.
Frequency stability and accuracy are critically important to the performance of the modem. ITU-T
specifications require less than 200ppm difference in the carrier frequency of two modems.
In the system there are two system interface options, serial and parallel. The serial interface allows the host
processor to communicate with the modem controller through a UART driver. The system is adopted UART
interface.
2) DAA Side
The Si3018, DAA or line-side device, contains an ADC, a DAC, control circuitry, and an isolation capacitor
interface. The Si3018 and surrounding circuitry provide all functionality for telephone line interface
requirement
compliance including a full-wave bridge, hook switch, dc termination, ac termination, ring detect, loop
voltage/current monitoring, and call progress monitoring.
2-27
Product spec and feature
3) Speaker Driver
The AOUT signal from the Si2435 modem chip is only available in the serial DTE interface mode. AOUT is
a 50% duty cycle, 32kHz, square wave pulse-width modulated (PWM) by voice band audio, such as cal
progress tones.
Application Network
PSTN (RJ-11)
Communication Mode
Half-Duplex, ITU V.8, V.34, V.17, V.29, V.21, V.27ter, ECMModem will
auto train down only.
Communication Standard
ITU-T Group 3
Max. Modem Speed
33.6 Kbps
Encoding
MH, MR, MMR, JPEG, JBIG
Transfer Rate
3 seconds (standard resolution, MMR, 33.6kbps, CCITT No.1, LTR)
Phase “C” by ITU-T No.1 Chart/Memory Transmission/ECM
Fax Modes
Standard (203 x 98 dpi)
Fine (203 x 196 dpi)
Super Fine (300 x 300 dpi)
Fax Contrast
Adjustable 3 levels (Light/Normal/Dark)
Fax Memory
4MB (About 320 Sheets of CCITT No.1 Chart at standard resolution).
User selectable parameters will be stored in NVRAM.
TX/RX Journal
Available.
Tel/ID List
Available.
Confirmation Reports for
Send
Upon successful transmission
Upon failure
Reduced image of first page (except OHD, and partial page for
complexity of the images)
Customer On/Off selectable
Management Reports
Configuration Report
Image TCR for Memory TX
TTI/RTI:
TTI (Transmit Terminal Identification) printed at top of Fax Image.
RTI (Receiver Terminal Identification) printed at bottom of Fax Image the
Transmitting devices fax number is substituted for receiving devices fax
number is this footer.
Line Control Unit (LIU)
Input Sensitivity : Not programmable
Output Level : -9 to -15 dBm (programmable)
Cable Equalization : Not programmable
Input/Output Impedance: per PTT requirements (programmable)
DC Resistance: per PTT requirements (programmable)
Insulation Resistance: Minimum 5M ohm
Header Transmission
(Always On)
Local Machine date and time
Local Machine ID
Local Machine Name
Transmit page count (3 digits)
2-28
Product spec and feature
2.2.2 H/W Configuration
Panel
Scan Joint
DADF
Main Board
Reverse
USB
Host
HDD
HVPS
SMPS
FDB
2-29
2-30
REVERSE I/F
FAN_SMPS
(CHORUS3)
S3C26L0
SMPS
LSU_Y/M
LSU_C/K
HVPS
SCAN I/F
LSU MOT
FUSER
CCD I/F
(LPEC3)
STEP MOT
THERMISTOR
COVER OPEN
FAX
S4LD171
PTB
BLDC_DEV
BLDC_OPC
ENVIRONMENT
SENSOR
USB HOST
DEVE_CRUM
USB
N/W
SCF
ISP1761
Product spec and feature
2.2.2.1 Main Board
Product spec and feature
• Memory :
- RAM : DDR2 Default 128MB + Option 128/256MB
- ROM : 16MB+8MB
- EEPROM : 64kb
• Peripherals :
- USB 2.0
- 10/100 Based N/W (MII Interface Phy Chip Used)
• I/O :
- Digital I/O Port : Basic I/O, PWM : Motor & HVPS Control
- UART : Debug, FAX, OP
- I2C : EEPROM & SDRAM & CRUM Interface
- Analog I/O Port (ADC : Sensor Interface, DAC : LD Power Control)
Chorus 3 Architecture
• CPU Core : ARM9266EJS 360Mhz (I-Cache : 16KB, D-Cache : 16KB)
• SDRAM Controller : 4 bank DDR1 SDRAM and 4 & 8 bank DDR2 SDRAM
(DDR2 2DIMM Used, 166MHz), 120Mhz System Bus
• ROM Controller : 2 Banks ( 1 Bank Used)
• I/O Controller : 4 Channel
• DMA Controller : 3 Channel
• HPVC : 4 Channel Dual / Single Beam
• UART : 4 Channels (Debug, OP, FAX 3 Channel used )
• Interrupt : 4 External, 64 Internal
• TIMER : 6 System Timer
Memory Interface
• ROM :
- Nor Flash : 16MB(Program ROM) + 8MB(Backup Memory)
- Serial Flash : 4MB
- Interface With Chorus 3/SPGPXm ROM Controller
• SDRAM :
- Size : Default 128MB (Option 128/256MB)
• EEPROM :
- Size : 64kb
- Interface With Chorus 3/SPGPXm I2C Controller
• CRUM :
- Size : 256Byte
- Interface With Chorus M I2C Controller via Deve Joint Board
I/O Interface
• High Speed USB 2.0 (High speed 480Mbps / Full speed 12Mbps)
• N/W Embedded
- Chorus3 With MII Interface
- Active LED(Yellow) / Link LED(Green)
• PWM
- High Voltage Control With Duty
- Main Motor Clock
• I2C Interface
- NVRAM (system information + network information)
- CRUM
2-31
Product spec and feature
2.2.2.2 Power Flow
• SMPS
- Type V (standard type)
- +24V : For use Mechanical Part (Motor & Actuator (Solenoid, Clutch)), CCDM
- +5V : Logic, Analog, Sensor
• Main B’D
- Supply From SMPS +5V
- Power Supply with Regulator (3.3V & 1.2V & 1.0V : Switching Regulator)
- 3.3V : I/O Operating (Digital & Analog)
- 1.0V : Chorus 3 Core Voltage
• HVPS
- High Voltage Source for EP Condition
- Supply From SMPS +24V
- Controlled By PWM Pulse & I/O
2-32
Product spec and feature
2.2.2.3 HVPS
4
FUSER
BIAS
1
COVER
OPEN
SWITCH
2
3
5
8
TRANSFER
ERASER
CHARGER
DEV
SUPPLY
ATTR
7
Charger : 1channel
DEV AC : 4channel
Supply DC : 4channel
ATTR+ : 1channel
ATTR- : 1channel
Transfer : 4channel
Fuser Bias : 1channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
PANEL
EXIT SENSOR
24V SWITCH
HVPS1(form mainboard)
HVPS2(form mainboard)
Feed, CST empty sensor
MP solenoid, MP empty, CST detect
Fuser bias
2-33
Product spec and feature
Input Duty
(EDC mode display)
Output
Voltage/Current
Load
Read
voltage
(ADC)
Tolerance
CHARGER
Y,M,C,K
169(66%)
-1170V
200M
-
3%
SUP DC Y,M,C,K
100(39%)
-295V
68pF
-
3%
DEVE AC Y,M,C,K
AC freq2.6kHz
AC PWM 92(36%)
AC Vpp PWM 65(25%)
174.0V
(about 1740V)
[ AC JIG ]
68pF
-
1.5%
Transfer_Y,M,C,K
97(38%)
14uA
90M
1.7V (132)
3%
ATTR
108(42%)
950V
100M
0.6V (46)
3%
ATTR[-]
on
350V
25M
-
15%
Fuser Bias
128(50%)
300V
100M
-
3%
Eraser
Y,M,C,K
100(39%)
on/off (18mA ·3mA)
-
-
Output
2-34
Product spec and feature
2.2.2.4 Fuser Drive Board
2
PHOTO
TRIAC
3
TRIAC
1
4
VARISTOR
FUSE
Dell 2145cn
• Zero crossing photo triac
• 1 lamp (800W) Pulse control
1
2
3
4
INLET AC
FUSER CONTROL (from Main board)
FUSER AC (to Fuser lamp)
SMPS AC (to SMPS)
1
2
3
AC from FDB
NC (not used)
24V,5V to main board
2.2.2.5 SMPS
G
SMPS : TYPE5
INPUT : V1-AC 110V, V2-220V
OUTPUT : 24V, 5V
2-35
Product spec and feature
■ Input/Output connector
DC Output connector (CN3)
PIN No.
Pin
Assign
Description
PIN No.
Pin
Assign
Description
1
+24V1
Power
2
GND
+24V Ground
3
+24V1
Power
4
+24V1
Power
5
GND
+24V Ground
6
GND
+24V Ground
7
+24V2
Power
8
GND
+24V Ground
9
+24V2
Power
10
+24V2
Power
11
GND
+24V Ground
12
GND
+24V Ground
13
+24V3
Power
14
GND
+24V Ground
15
+24V3
Power
16
GND
+24V Ground
17
GND
+5V Ground
18
GND
+5V Ground
19
+5V1
Power
20
GND
+5V Ground
21
+5V1
Power
22
+5V1
Power
23
GND
+5V Ground
24
GND
+5V Ground
25
+5V2
Power
26
+5V2
Power
27
Standby
Signal
(power save mode)
28
GND
Ground
AC Input connector (CN1)
AC Input connector (CN1)
Pin
Assign
PIN No.
Description
Pin
Assign
PIN No.
Description
1
AC_L
AC Input
1
AC_L
AC Input
2
AC_N
2
AC_N
2-36
Disassembly and Reassembly
3. Disassembly and Reassembly
3.1 General Precautions on Disassembly
When you disassemble and reassemble
components, you must use extreme caution. The
close proximity of cables to moving parts makes
proper routing a must.
If components are removed, any cables disturbed
by the procedure must be restored as close as
possible to their original positions. Before removing
any component from the machine, note the cable
routing that will be affected.
Releasing Plastic Latches
Many of the parts are held in place with plastic
latches. The latches break easily; release them
carefully.
To remove such parts, press the hook end of the
latch away from the part to which it is latched.
Whenever servicing the machine, you
must perform as follows:
1. Check to verify that documents are not stored in
memory.
2. Be sure to remove the toner cartridge before you
disassemble parts.
3. Unplug the power cord.
4. Use a flat and clean surface.
5. Replace only with authorized components.
6. Do not force plastic-material components.
7. Make sure all components are in their proper
position.
3-1
Disassembly and Reassembly
3.2 Screws used in the printer
The screws listed in the table below are used in this printer. Please ensure that, when you disassemble the
printer, you keep a note of which screw is used for which part and that, when reassembling the printer, the
correct screws are used in the appropriate places.
Sec_Code
Location
Description
Qty
6003-000261
CLN BLADE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000282
FRAME-DEV
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
7
6003-000261
CLN BLADE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000282
FRAME-DEV
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
7
6003-000261
CLN BLADE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000282
FRAME-DEV
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
7
6003-000261
CLN BLADE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000282
FRAME-DEV
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
7
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
10
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
16
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
7
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
50
SCREW-SPECIAL;PH,+,-,M3,L10.3,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,B
2
6003-000196
ELA UNIT-PTB SET_DUPLEX
6003-000282
6003-000196
ELA UNIT-MAIN_FRAME
6003-000269
6009-001396
ELA UNIT-FRAME_TOP
6009-001492
6003-000196
TITE,SCREW-HEX;HWH,+,M3,L8,NI PLT,SWRCH18A,S,RF
2
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
SCREW-HEX;HWH,+,M3,L8,NI PLT,SWRCH18A,S,RF
1
ELA UNIT-FRAME_BOTTOM
6009-001492
6003-000269
ELA UNIT-OPE_LEFT
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000196
ELA UNIT-FRAME_LEFT
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
15
6003-000196
ELA UNIT-SUPPORT_CST_L
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
ELA UNIT-PTB_TERMINAL
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
17
6003-000269
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
19
6003-000301
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M4,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
8
SCREW-MACHINE;PH,+,WSP,M3,10,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18
9
ELA UNIT-FRAME_RIGHT
6006-001193
A,-,WD8,TEMPERED
SCREW-SPECIAL;PH,+,-,M3,L10.3,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,B
6009-001396
2
TITE,-
6003-000196
ELA UNIT-SUPPORT_CSTR
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
HOLDER-CAM OPC+BRAKET-CAM OPC
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
ELA UNIT-DUCT_FUSER
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
7
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M4,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000269
ELA UNIT-FUSER DRIVE
6003-000301
3-2
Disassembly and Reassembly
Sec_Code
Location
6003-000196
Description
Qty
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
10
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
ELA HOU-UNIT_CASSETTE
6003-000264
6003-000196
MEA-COVER_CASSETTE
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000261
MEA-KNOCK_UP_PLATE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000196
MEA-GUIDE PAPER DUP
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000282
ELA UNIT-LSU
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
22
6003-000282
ELA UNIT-LSU LD
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
2
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
24
6003-000196
6003-000269
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
6
6003-000282
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
2
6009-001492
SCREW-HEX;HWH,+,M3,L8,NI PLT,SWRCH18A,S,RF
2
ELA UNIT-FUSER_HV
6003-000152
MICRO-SWITCH
SCREW-TAPTITE;PH,+,-,B,M2,L10,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000196
BRACKET-LOCKER
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
BRACKET-MID LOCK
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
6
6003-000196
BRACKET-SENSOR
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
COVER-LOCKER FRONT
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
5
6003-000196
SPEAKER
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
SUPPORT-MIDDLE
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
USB-HOST
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000282
COVER-MIDDLE OPEN
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000282
PCB-REVERSE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
4
6003-000196
MEA-COVER_FRONT
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
22
6009-001492
MEA-BRACKET REAR
SCREW-HEX;HWH,+,M3,L8,NI PLT,SWRCH18A,S,RF
2
6003-000196
COVER-L/R
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
4
6003-000196
COVER-LIU
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
DAMPER-HINGE
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
6
6003-000196
ELA-UNIT REVERSE
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
4
6003-000196
FAN-DUCT
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
3
6003-000196
HVPS
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
8
6003-000196
MEA-COVER REVERSE
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
MEA-MIDDLE REAR
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000269
BRACKET-MAIN
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
6
6003-000269
BRACKET-REAR
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
6
6003-000269
COVER-MIDDLE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
6
6003-000269
COVER-R/L
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000269
FUSER-BD
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
4
6003-000269
LIU-BD
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000269
LSU
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
5
3-3
Disassembly and Reassembly
Sec_Code
Location
Description
Qty
6003-000269
MAIN-BD
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
4
6003-000269
MEA-COVER REVERSE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000269
SMPS
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
4
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
8
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M4,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000269
ELA UNIT-BRACKET_MAIN
6003-000301
6003-000196
MOTOR BRKT
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
3
6003-000196
MOTOR BRKT + GROUND
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000269
ELA UNIT-MOTOR BRKT
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000196
COVER-BOTTOM REV
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
COVER-MIDDLE INLET
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
4
6003-000196
GROUND BOTTOM
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
GROUND REAR
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
SOLENOID
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
ELA HOU-OPE
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
9
6003-000196
ADF ASSY + COVER PLATEN
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
6
6003-000196
ADF UPPER + ADF LOWER
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
COVER-ADF LOCK PL
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
DRAWER CONNECTOR + COVER ADF
CONNECTOR
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
HINGE + COVER PLATEN
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
6
6003-000269
COVER CLUTCH + BRACKET GEAR
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000269
HARNESS GND + ADF MOTOR ASSY
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000269
MOTOR ADF + BRACKET GEAR
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000196
HARNESS ADF GND + GND ROLLE
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
HARNESS ADF GND/HARNESS ADF
UPPE+GND ADF
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
6003-000196
PBAADF + ADF LOWER
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
3
6003-000269
WHITE BAR + GROUND HARNESS
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000196
MEA-COVER PLATEN
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
3
6003-000196
ELA HOU-PLATEN
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
4
6003-000196
COVER-OUTBIN
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
ELA HOU-SCAN LOWER
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
7
6003-000282
ELA UNIT-CCDM MIDDLE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
10
6003-000269
ELA HOU-SCAN MOTOR
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
2
SCREW-TAPPING;PWH,+,-,2,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
2
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
6002-000440
MEA-SCAN UPPER
6003-000196
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3 Disassembly Procedure
The description of disassembly and reassembly in this manual is listed according to the disassembly
procedures.
3.3.1 COVER Rev Exit & COVER L/R
1. Remove the three screws.Remove the Cover
Rev Exit Ass’y.
3. Remove the two screws.
4. Remove the two screws.Unlatch the two hooks
before remove the COVER L/R
2. Remove the two screws.
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5.Push the hook with any tool, Release the Cover
L/R from the SET in the direction of arrow.
(Cover L: unplug fan harness)
6. Done.
3.3.2 Cover Front Ass’y
1. Release the L/R link.
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2. Remove the 6 screws from both side. And
remove the right/left Hinge Cover.
3. Use a thin, less than 2 mm flat-blade screw
driver in the upper left hand corner of the hinge,
push the screwdriver towards the printer to push
the hinge out of the printer.
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3.3.3 COVER REAR & COVER MIDDLE REAR
1. Remove the six screws.Pull the Cover Rear.
3. Unplug the connector.(3 pin)
2. Remove the 2 screws. Pull the Cover Middle
Rear.
4. Done.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3.4 SCAN Ass’y
1. Unplug the two harness from the Main BD,
Remove the one screw and Release the one
Ground harness.
3. Pull the Scanner from the SET in the direction of
arrow
2. Push down on the black wedge using a Flathead screwdriver, and push the scan assembly
arm back.
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3.3.5 DADF
1. Disassemble the cover-connector in the
indicated direction.
2. Pull the DADF from the SET in the direction of
arrow.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3.6 Reverse Ass’y
1. Unplug the three harness from the Reverse Joint
BD, Remove the one screw and Release the
one Ground harness.
3. Remove the 4 screws. Pull the Reverse Ass’y
from the SET in direction of arrow.
4. Done.
2. Remove the 4 screws. Pull the Cover Middle
Open.Pull the Reverse Ass’y from the SET in
direction of arrow.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3.7 COVER MIDDLE Ass’y
1. Unplug the three harness from the Main BD.
3. Done.
2. Remove the six screws.Pull the Cover Middle
Ass’y from the SET in direction of arrow.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3.8 HVPS
1. Remove 8 screw and unlatch 4 hook after
remove left side cover
2. Take out the HVPS. And unplug the two cables
at the bottom and 5 cables (including 2 flat
cable)
NOTE - Be careful of taking out the HVPS because there are 16 High Voltage Terminal behind HVPS.
3.3.9 Main Board
1. Unplug the connectors and all the harness
2. Pull the MAIN BD after remove the 4 screws.
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3.3.10 SMPS Board
1. Unplug the Harness, as shown below.
2. Remove the 4 screws, and release the SMPS
Board from the SET.
3.3.11 Fuser Control Board
1.Unplug the Harness.
2. Remove the 4 screws, and release the Fuser
control board from the SET.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3.12 LSU
1. Remove the main board after unplug connectors
and all harness
3. Remove the 3 screws. And remove the Main
Bracket Assembly.
2. To remove the Main Bracket assembly , remove
4 screws and SMPS board.
4. Pull the LSU after remove 4 screw.
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3.3.13 CRUM
1. Remove the CRUM after unlatch the lever.
3.3.14 Fuser Drive Ass’y
1. Remove the Duct fuser after remove the 2
screw.
2. Pull the Fuser Drive assembly after remove
5 screw and unplug connector.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3.15 Pick up roller
1. Remove the Pick up roller.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4. Alignment and Troubleshooting
This chapter describes some of the main service procedures including:
Using the Tech mode; Clearing paper jam and test patterns.
• Tips for avoiding paper jams, Clearing paper jams.
• Solving other problems.
4.1 Alignment and Adjustments
4.1.1 Control Panel overview
1
Speed buttons
Allows you to store frequently-dialed fax numbers and enter them with the touch of a few
buttons.
2
Shift
Allows you to shift the speed buttons to access numbers 16 through 30.
3
Address Book
Allows you to store frequently used fax numbers in memory or search for stored fax numbers
or email addresses.
4
Resolution
Adjusts the document resolution for the current fax job.
5
Redial/Pause
In ready mode, redials the last number, or in Edit mode, inserts a pause into a fax number.
6
Fax
Activates Fax mode.
7
Copy
Activates Copy mode.
8
Scan/Email
Activates Scan mode.
9
Display
Shows the current status and prompts during an operation.
10
Toner colors
The toner colors shown below the LCD display co-works with the display messages.
11
Menu
Enters Menu mode and scrolls through the available menus.
12
Left/right arrow
Scroll through the options available in the selected menu, and increase or decrease values.
13
OK
Confirms the selection on the screen.
14
Back
Sends you back to the upper menu level.
15
Status
Shows the status of your machine.
16
Darkness
Adjusts the document brightness for the current copy job.
17
Original Type
Selects the document type for the current copy job.
18
ID Copy
You can copy both sides of the ID Card like a driver’s license to a single side of paper.
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19
Reduce/Enlarge
Makes a copy smaller or larger than the original.
20
Duplex
Allows you to print documents on both sides of the paper.
21
USB Print
Allows you to directly print files stored on a USB Memory device when it is inserted into the
USB memory port on the front of your machine.
22
Number keypad
Dials a number or enters alphanumeric characters.
23
On Hook Dial
Engages the telephone line.
24
Stop/Clear
Stops an operation at any time. In ready mode, clears/cancels the copy options, such as
the darkness, the document type setting, the copy size, and the number of copies.
25
Color Start
Starts a job in Color mode.
26
Black Start
Starts a job in Black and White mode.
4.1.2 Understanding The Status LED
The color of the Status LED indicates the machine’s current status.
Status
Description
Off
• The machine is powered off-line.
• The machine is in power save mode. When data is received, or any
button is pressed, it switches to on-line automatically.
Green
Red
Blinking
• When the green LED slowly blinks, the machine is receiving data from
the computer.
• When the green LED rapidly brinks, the machine is printing data.
On
• The machine is powered on and can be used.
Blinking
• A minor error has occurred and the machine is waiting for the error to be
cleared.
• The toner cartridge is low. Order a new toner cartridge.
You can temporarily improve print quality by redistributing the toner.
On
• A problem has occurred such as a paper jam, cover is open or no paper
in the tray, so that the machine cannot continue the job.
• The toner cartridge is empty, exhausted, or needs to be changed.
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4.1.3 Jam Removal
■ Clearing paper jams
When a paper jam occurs, the warning message appears on the display screen. Refer to the table below to
locate and clear the paper jam.
MESSAGE
LOCATION OF JAM
MP Tray
Paper Ja m 0
In the multi purpose tray
Tray 2
Paper jam 0
In the optional tray
Paper Ja m 0
Open/Close Door
In the paper feed area and inside the machine
Paper Ja m 1
Open/Close Door
Inside the machine
Paper Ja m 2
Check In sid e
Inside the machine and in the fuser area
Reverse Jam 0
Check In sid e
In the fuser area and in the cover of reverse unit area
Reverse Jam 1
Check In sid e
In the rear cover and in the cover of reverse unit area
Remove Paper
in Rear Cov er
Inside rear cover
Duplex Jam 0
Check In sid e
Inside the machine
Duplex Jam 1
Open/Close Door
In the paper feed area and inside the machine
4-3
Alignment and Troubleshooting
■ Paper Path
Simplex Pass
Finisher Pass
Duplex Pass
MP Feed
Cassette Feed
SCF Feed
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.1.3.1 In the paper feed area
If paper is jammed in the paper feed area, follow the next steps to release the jammed paper.
1. Using the handle, completely open the front
cover.
3. Close the front cover.
4. Pull the tray open.
2. Carefully remove the paper by pulling in the
direction as shown below.
5. Remove the jammed paper by gently pulling it
straight out as shown below.
If you cannot find the jammed paper, or if there is
any resistance removing the paper, stop pulling,
and go to step 3.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
6. To replace the tray, lower the rear edge, align it
with the slot, and slide it into the machine.
7. Open the front cover and close it. The machine
will resume printing.
4.1.3.2 In the multi-purpose tray
When you print using the Multi-purpose Tray and the machine detects that there is either no paper or the
paper has been improperly loaded, follow the next steps to release the jammed paper.
1. Check if the paper is stuck in the feeding area,
and if so, pull it out gently and slowly.
3. Pull the tray out.
4. Open the inner cover while you are pushing the
lever with two hands.
If you cannot find the jammed paper, or if there is
any resistance removing the paper, stop pulling
and go to step 2.
2. Close the multi-purpose tray.
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5. Pull the paper out gently.
8. Remove the jammed paper by pulling in the
direction shown. To avoid tearing the paper, pull
it out gently and slowly.
6. Replace the tray.
If you cannot find the jammed paper, or if there is
any resistance removing the paper, stop pulling
and go to step 8.
7. Using the handle, completely open the front
cover.
9. Close the front cover firmly. The machine will
resume printing.
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4.1.3.3 In the fuser unit area
If paper is jammed in the fuser unit area, follow the next steps to release the jammed paper.
1. Open the top cover.
3. Open the inner cover using the handle on it
and carefully take the jammed paper out of the
machine.
2. Open the inner cover using the handle.
4. Pull up the paper jam lever to loose the fusing
part of the fuser unit and carefully take the
jammed paper out of the machine.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
5. Press down the paper jam lever to fasten the
fusing part.
7. Lowering down the scan unit gently and slowly
until it is completely closed. Make sure that it is
securely latched. Be careful not to pinch your
fingers!
6. Close the inner cover.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.1.3.4 In the paper exit area
If paper is jammed in the paper exit area, follow the next steps to release the jammed paper.
1. If a long portion of the paper is visible, pull it
straight out. Open and close the front cover
firmly. The machine will resume printing.
3. Open the cover of reverse unit using the handle
on it and carefully take the jammed paper out of
the machine.
green roller
If you cannot find the jammed paper, or if there is
any resistance removing the paper, stop pulling
and go to step 2.
Pull the jammed paper out of the machine.
If there is any resistance removing the paper or
difficulty picking up jammed paper, stop pulling
and turn the release knob to the direction as
shown to remove the misfed paper.
You can turn the exit roller easily by turning the
indicated green roller.
2. Open the scan unit.
4. Close the cover of reverse unit.
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5. Lowering down the scan unit gently and slowly
until it is completely closed. Make sure that it is
securely latched.
Be careful not to pinch your fingers!
6. After removing the jammed paper, check for
paper which may be jammed in other parts of the
machine.
7. Close the rear cover.
If you cannot find the jammed paper, or if there is
any resistance removing the paper, stop pulling
and go to step 6.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.1.3.5 In the optional tray
If paper is jammed in the optional Tray, follow the next steps to release the jammed paper.
1. Pull the optional Tray open. After you pull it
all the way out, lift up the front part of the tray
slightly to release the tray from the machine.
3. Slide the tray back into the machine and close
the two jam covers.
4. Open the front cover.
2. If you see the jammed paper, remove the paper
from the machine by gently pulling it straight out
as shown below.
5. Pull the jammed paper out in the direction
shown. To avoid tearing the paper, pull it out
gently and slowly.
6. Close the front cover firmly. The machine will
resume printing.
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4.1.4 System setup
4.1.4.1 Accessing to menus
The next steps are the example to print the menu map of this machine, and they are the general way to
select menu and configure your machine.
1. Make sure your machine is properly connected all the necessary cables, and turn on the machine.
2. Press the Menu button until you see the menu (ex. Information) you want on the bottom line of the display.
3. Press the Enter button to access the menu.
4. Press the Left/right arrow buttons until the menu item (ex. Menu Map) you want displays on the bottom
line.
5. Press the OK button to confirm the selected item.
6. Press the Left/right arrow buttons until the menu item (ex. Print?) you want displays on the bottom line.
7. Press the OK button to process your selection, save your input or selection.
An asterisk (*) appears next to the selection on the display, indicating that it is now the default.
8. To exit the menu, press the Back button repeatedly, or the Stop button.
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Darkness
Multi Send
Delay Send
Priority Send
Forward
Secure Receive
Add Page
Cancel Job
Fax Feature
Sending
Redial Times
Redial Term
Prefix Dial
ECM Mode
Send Report
Image TCR
Dial Mode
Receiving
Receive Mode
Ring to Answer
Fax Setup
TCP/IP
Ethernet Speed
Wireless
Clear Setting
Network Info
Network
Stamp RCV Name
RCV Start Code
Auto Reduction
Discard Size
Junk Fax Setup
DRPD Mode
Duplex Print
Change Default
Resolution
Darkness
Auto Report
Fax Setup
(Continued)
Clear Setting
All Settings
Fax Setup
Copy Setup
Scan Setup
System Setup
Network
Address Book
Sent Report
Fax RCV Report
NetScan Report
Job Manage
Active Job
Store Job
ImageOverwrite
Immediate
On Demand
System Setup
(Continued)
Copy Collation
2-Up
4-Up
Poster Copy
Clone Copy
Adjust Bkgd.
Book Copy.
Margin Shift
Edge Erase
Gray Enhance
Copy Feature
Report
All Report
Configuration
Supplies Info
Address Book
Send Report
Sent Report
Fax RCV Report
Schedule Jobs
JunkFax Report
Network Info.
NetScan Report
User Auth List
PCL Font List
PS3 Font List
Stored Job
Completed Job
Net Auth Log
Maintenance
Supplies Life
Color
Serial Number
Toner Low Alert
System Setup
(Continued)
Change Default
Copies
Reduce/Enlarge
Darkness
Original Type
Scan Size
Copy Setup
Machine Setup
Machine ID
Machine Fax No.
Date & Time
Clock Mode
Form Menu
Select Form
Language
Default Mode
Power Save
Scan PWR Save
Timeout
Job Timeout
Altitude Adj.
Auto Continue
Net Accounting
Import Setting
Export Setting
Paper Setup
Paper Size
Paper Type
Wide A4
Paper Source
Sound/Volume
Key Sound
Alarm Sound
Speaker
Ringer
System Setup
USB Memory
Scan Size
Original Type
Resolution
Scan Color
Scan Format
E-mail
Scan Size
Original Type
Resolution
Scan Color
Scan Feature
Change Default
USB Memory
E-mail
FTP
SMB
Send Report
Scan Setup
FTP
Scan Size
Original Type
Resolution
Scan Color
SMB
Scan Size
Original Type
Resolution
Scan Color
Scan Feature
(Continued)
Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.1.4.2 Menu overview
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4.1.4.3 Maintenance
This chapter provides information for maintaining your machine and the toner cartridge.
This chapter includes:
• Printing reports
• Adjusting the color contrast
• Clearing memory
• Cleaning your machine
• Maintaining the cartridge
• Replacing the toner cartridge
• Replacing the Paper Transfer Belt
• Maintenance parts
• Managing your machine from the website
• Checking the machine’s serial number
■ PRINTING REPORTS
Your machine can provide various reports with useful information you will need. The following reports are
available:
REPORT/LIST
DESCRIPTION
Configuration
This list shows the status of the user-selectable options. You may print this list to
confirm your changes after changing settings.
Supplies Info
This list shows the current status of consumables in your machine.
Address Book
This list shows all of the fax numbers and email addresses currently stored in the
machine's memory.
Send Report
This report shows the fax number, the number of pages, the elapsed time of the job,
the communication mode, and the communication results for a particular fax job.
You can set up your machine to automatically print a transmission confirmation
report after each fax job.
Sent Report
This report shows information on the faxes and emails you have recently sent. You
can set the machine to automatically print this report every 50 communications.
Fax RCV Report
This report shows information on the faxes you have recently received.
Schedule Jobs
This list shows the documents currently stored for delayed faxes along with the
starting time and type of each operation.
Junk Fax Report
This list shows the fax numbers specified as junk fax numbers. To add or delete
numbers to or from this list, access the Junk Fax Setup menu.
Network Info.
This list shows information on your machine's network connection and configuration.
NetScan Report
This report shows information for the Network Scan records including IP
address, time and date, the number of pages scanned, and results. This report is
automatically printed every 50 network scan jobs.
User Auth List
This list shows authorized users who are allowed to use the email function.
PCL Font List
You can print the PCL font list.
PS3 Font List
You can print the PS3 font list.
Stored Job
This list shows the current status of stored job on HDD.
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REPORT/LIST
DESCRIPTION
Completed Job
The Completed Job page shows the list of completed print jobs. The list contains up
to 50 files from the latest print jobs.
Net Auth Log
This list shows users and their IDs who logged in the domain.
Printing a report
1. Press Menu until System Setup appears on the bottom line of the display and press OK.
2. Press the left/right arrow until Report appears and press OK.
3. Press the left/right arrow until the report or list you want to print appears and press OK.
To print all reports and lists, select All Report.
4. Press OK when Yes appears to confirm printing.
The selected information prints out.
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1
2
3
4
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1. Date& Time, Fax number, Fax Name, Model Name - shows actual printed date of configuration pages,
Fax number, Fax/Model name.
2. Options - shows various options set up in the printer.
3. Firmware/ Emulation version - shows date and version of firmware/emulation
(PCL5Ce,PS3,PCL6,SPL-C)
4. IP Address/Memory Size - shows the IP address and memory installed in the printer.
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1
2
3
4
Supplies Information Report shows the life of consumables.
1. Total Page Count/Page count (Pages)
2. The Life of Fuser/Toner/PTB/Various Rollers
- Fuser (Page), Toner, PTB(%), Rollers (Page)
3. Product Date/Last used Date
4. First Installed Date
5. ADF/Platen Scan Page count
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
■ ADJUSTING THE COLOR CONTRAST
Color menu allows you to adjust the color setting.
1. Press Menu until System Setup appears on the bottom line of the display and press OK.
2. Press OK when Maintenance appears.
3. Press the left/right arrow until Color appears and press OK.
4. Press the left/right arrow until the menu you want appears on display and press OK.
• Custom C olor:Allows you to adjust contrast color by color. Default optimizes color automatically. Manual
Adjust allows you to manually adjust the color contrast for each cartridge. Default setting is recommended
for getting best color quality.
• Auto Color Reg.: Allows you to adjust the position of print color texts or graphics to match the original file
on your screen.
5. Press Stop/Clear to return to ready mode.
■ CLEARING MEMORY
You can selectively clear information stored in your machine’s memory.
1. Press Menu until System Setup appears on the bottom line of the display and press OK.
2. Press the left/right arrow until Clear Setting appears and press OK.
3. Press the left/right arrow until the item you want to clear appears.
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
All Settings
Clears all of the data stored in memory and resets all of your settings to the factory
default.
Fax Setup
Restores all of the fax options to the factory default.
Copy Setup
Restores all of the copy options to the factory default.
Scan Setup
Restores all of the scan options to the factory default.
System Setup
Restores all of the system options to the factory default.
Network
Restores all of the network options to the factory default.
Address Book
Clears all of the fax number and email address entries stored in memory.
Sent Report
Clears all records of sent faxes and emails.
Fax RCV Report
Clears all records of received faxes.
NetScan Report
Clears the information on network scan sessions in memory.
4. Press OK when Yes appears.
5. Press OK again to confirm clearing.
6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 to clear another item.
7. Press Stop/Clear to return to ready mode.
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■ CLEANING YOUR MACHINE
To maintain print and scan quality, follow the cleaning procedures below each time the toner cartridge is
replaced or if print and scan quality problems occur.
Cleaning the outside
Clean the cabinet of the machine with a soft lint-free cloth. You can dampen the cloth slightly with water, but
be careful not to let any water drip onto or into the machine.
Cleaning the inside
During the printing process, paper, toner, and dust particles can accumulate inside the machine. This buildup
can cause print quality problems, such as toner specks or smearing. Cleaning the inside of the machine
clears or reduces these problems.
1. Turn the machine off and unplug the power cord.
Wait for the machine to cool down.
4. Press the green release handle to release the
paper transfer belt.
Holding the handle on the paper transfer belt, lift
it out of the machine.
2. Using the handle, completely open the front
cover.
3. Grasp the handles on the toner cartridge and
pull to remove the cartridge from the machine.
5. With a dry lint-free cloth, wipe away any dust
and spilled toner from the toner cartridges area
and their cavities.
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6. Locate the long strip of glass (LSU) inside the
cartridge compartment, and gently swab the
glass to see if dirt turns the white cotten black.
7. Reinstall all the compartments into the machine,
and close the front cover.
8. Plug in the power cord and turn the machine on.
Cleaning the scan unit
Keeping the scan unit clean helps ensure the best possible copies. We suggest that you clean the scan unit
at the start of each day and during the day, as needed.
1. Slightly dampen a soft lint-free cloth or paper
towel with water.
4. Wipe the underside of the scanner lid and white
sheet until it is clean and dry.
2. Open the scanner lid.
5. Close the scanner lid.
3. Wipe the surface of the scanner glass and DADF
glass until it is clean and dry.
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■ MAINTAINING THE CARTRIDGE
Toner cartridge storage
To get the most from the toner cartridge, keep the following guidelines in mind:
• Do not remove the toner cartridge from its package until ready for use.
• Do not refill the toner cartridge. The machine warranty does not cover damage caused by using a refilled
cartridge.
• Store toner cartridges in the same environment as your machine.
• To prevent damage to the toner cartridge, do not expose it to light for more than a few minutes.
Expected cartridge life
The life of the toner cartridge yield depends on the amount of toner that print jobs require. The actual number
may also be different depending on the print density of the pages you print on, and the number of pages
may be affected by operating environment, printing interval, media type, and media size. If you print a lot of
graphics, you may need to change the cartridge more often.
Redistributing toner
When a toner is low, faded or light areas may appear. It is possible that colored images may be printed with
incorrect colors due to flawed mixing of toner colors when one of the colored toner cartridges is low on toner.
You can temporarily improve print quality by redistributing the toner.
• The toner-related message saying that the toner is low may appear on the display.
• The SmartPanel program window appears on the computer telling you which color cartridge is low on toner.
1. Using the handle, completely open the front
cover.
2. Grasp the handles on the toner cartridge and
pull to remove the cartridge from the machine.
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3. Holding both handles on the toner cartridge,
thoroughly rock it from side to side to evenly
distribute the toner.
5. Close the front cover. Make sure the cover is
securely latched.
4. Slide the toner cartridge back into the machine.
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■ REPLACING THE TONER CARTRIDGE
The machine uses four colors and has a different toner cartridge for each one: yellow (Y), magenta (M), cyan
(C), and black (K).
• The status LED and the toner-related message on the display indicates which each individual toner
cartridge should be replaced.
• For the Dell 2145cn, incoming faxes are saved in memory.
At this stage, the toner cartridge needs to be replaced. Check the type of toner cartridge for your machine.
1. Turn the machine off, then wait a few minutes for
the machine to cool.
4. Take a new toner cartridge out of its package.
2. Using the handle, completely open the front
cover.
5. Holding both handles on the toner cartridge,
thoroughly rock it from side to side to evenly
distribute the toner.
3. Grasp the handles on the toner cartridge and
pull to remove the cartridge from the machine.
6. Place the toner cartridge on a flat surface, as
shown, and remove the paper covering the toner
cartridge by removing the tape.
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7. Make sure that the color of the toner cartridge
matches the color slot and then grasp the
handles on the toner cartridge. Insert the
cartridge until it clicks into place.
8. Close the front cover. Make sure that the cover
is securely latched, and then turn the machine
on.
Sending new toner notification
You can set your machine to automatically send a fax to your service company or dealer to notify them that
your machine requires a new toner cartridge when the toner cartridge needs to be replaced. The fax number
needs to be set by your dealer prior to using this feature, otherwise the machine cannot send a notification
even though you turn this service on.
1. Press Menu until System Setup appears on the bottom line of the display and press OK.
2. Press the left/right arrow until Maintenance appears and press OK.
3. Press the left/right arrow until Remote Service appears and press OK.
4. Enter a password and press OK.
5. Re-enter the password and press OK.
6. Press the left/right arrow to select On and press OK.
7. Press Stop/Clear to return to ready mode.
Once this feature has been enabled, you need to enter the password each time you disable or enable it.
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Clearing the Toner Empty message
When the Toner Empty message appears you can configure not to see this message again not to disturb
you.
1. Press Menu until System Setup appears on the bottom line of the display and press OK.
2. Press the Scroll buttons until Maintenance appears and press OK.
3. Press the Scroll buttons until CLR Empty Msg. appears and press OK.
4. Press the left/right arrow until the color menu you want appears on display and press OK.
5. Select On and press OK.
6. Now the Toner Empty message does not appear but the Replace Toner message will remain for reminding
you that the new cartridge needs to be installed for quality.
■ REPLACING THE PAPER TRANSFER BELT
The life of the paper transfer belt is approximately 50,000 black and color pages. When the life span of the
paper transfer belt, you have to replace it.
• The transfer belt related message appears on the display telling it’s replacement.
• SmartPanel program window appears on the computer telling you the paper transfer belt needs to be
replaced.
1. Turn the machine off, then wait a few minutes for
the machine to cool.
3. Press the green release handle to release the
paper transfer belt. Holding the handle on the
paper transfer belt, lift it out of the machine.
2. Using the handle, completely open the front
cover.
4. Take a new paper transfer belt out of its
package.
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5. Holding the handle on the new paper transfer
belt, align it with the slots on the inside of the
front cover.
6. Lower the paper transfer belt until it is parallel
with the front cover and firmly seated.
7. Close the front cover firmly.
8. Turn the machine on.
■ MAINTENANCE PARTS
To avoid print quality and paper feed problems resulting from worn parts, and to maintain your machine in top
working condition the following condition, the following items will need to be replaced after the specified
number of pages, or when the life span of each item has expired.
ITEMS
YIELD (AVERAGE)
Fuser unit
Approx. 100,000 pages
DADF friction pad
Approx. 20,000 pages
DADF pick-up roller
Approx. 80,000 pages
Pick-up roller (Multi-purpose tray,
FCF a , Optional tray 2)
Approx. 70,000 pages
Friction pad (Multi-purpose tray,
FCF, Optional tray 2)
Approx. 70,000 pages
a. First cassette feeder (Tray1)
We highly recommend that this maintenance be performed by an authorized service provider, dealer or the
retailer where you bought the machine. The warranty does not cover the replacement of the maintenance
parts after their lifespan.
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Checking replaceables
If you experience frequent paper jams or printing problems, check the number of pages the machine has
printed or scanned. Replace the corresponding parts, if necessary.
1. Press Menu until System Setup appears on the bottom line of the display and press OK.
2. Press the left/right arrow until Maintenance appears and press OK.
3. Press the left/right arrow until Supplies Life appears and press OK.
4. Press the left/right arrow until the item you want appears and press OK.
• Supplies Info: Prints the supply information page.
• Total: Displays the total number of pages printed.
• ADF Scan: Displays the number of pages scanned using the ADF.
• Platen S can: Displays the number of pages scanned using the scanner glass.
• Transfer Belt, Fuser, Tray1 Roller, Tray2 Roller, MP Tray Roller: displays the number of pages printed
for each item.
5. If you selected to print a supply information page, press OK to confirm.
6. Press Stop/Clear to return to ready mode.
Replacing the DADF rubber pad
You will need to replace the DADF rubber pad when there seems to be a consistent problem with paper
pickup or when its specified yield is reached.
1. Open the DADF cover.
3. Insert a new DADF rubber pad into place.
2. Remove the DADF rubber pad from the DADF,
as shown.
4. Close the DADF cover.
1 DADF rubber pad
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■ MANAGING YOUR MACHINE FROM THE WEBSITE
If you have connected your machine to a network and set up TCP/IP network parameters correctly, you can
manage the machine via Dell’s Web Service, an embedded web server. Use Web Service to:
• View the machine’s device information and check its current status.
• Change TCP/IP parameters and set up other network parameters.
• Change the printer properties.
• Set the machine to send email notifications to let you know the machine’s status.
• Get support for using the machine.
To access Web Service:
1. Start a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, from Windows.
2. Enter the machine IP address (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) in the address field and press the Enter key or click
Go. Your machine’s embedded website opens.
■ CHECKING THE MACHINE’S SERIAL NUMBER
When you call for service or register as a user on the website, the machine’s serial number may be required.
You can check the serial number by taking the following steps:
1. Press Menu until System Setup appears on the bottom line of the display and press OK.
2. Press the left/right arrow until Maintenance appears and press OK.
3. Press the left/right arrow until Serial Number appears and press OK.
4. Check your machine’s serial number.
5. Press Stop/Clear to return to ready mode.
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4.1.4.4 Periodic Defective Image
If an image defects appears at regular intervals on the printed-paper, it is due to a faulty or damaged roller.
Refer to the table below and check the condition of the appropriate roller.
No
Roller
Period
Phenomenon
1
OPC Drum
75.4mm
White and Black Spots
2
Charge Roller
26.7mm
White/Black Spot and Periodic Band
3
Supply Roller
40.8~41mm
Periodic Band (by little difference of density)
4
Developing Roller
30.6mm (YMC)
White Spot, Horizontal black band
32.5mm(K)
5
Transfer Roller
6
Gap-ring
7
Fusing Belt
43.9mm
Periodic Band (by little difference of density)
39.0mm
Periodic Band
127.0mm
White/Black Spot
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13
10
2
7
12
6
5
4 1
11
3
9
8
1
OPC
8
Pick-up Roller
2
Charge Roller
9
Regi Roller
3
MP Roller
10
Exit Roller
4
Deve Roller
11
Duplex Roller
5
Transfer Roller
12
Reverse middle Roller
6
Heat Roller
13
Reverse Exit Roller
7
Pressure Roller
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4.1.4.5 F/W Upgrade
• USB and Network port are used to F/W upgrade.
• Network applications (EWS) can be used for network port upgrade.
• Notice : In special mode upgrade, kernel waste header information for Dell 2145cn.
You have to check F/W ROM file with MFP set
(This mode is ONLY service mode, not user mode)
1) Using button
• F/W Upgrade using USB Port
- Make sure connecting Printer to the computer
with a USB cable
- Upgrade in Ready mode
► Send ROM image file via USB cable in
Ready mode
- Upgrade in Special mode
► Power ON with pressing ‘STOP key’ two times
► Change LCD message ‘Wait Image’
► Send ROM image file via USB cable
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2) Using SWS
• F/W upgrade using EWS
- Home -> Maintenance -> Firmware Upgrade
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4.1.4.6 EDC Mode
■ Method to enter
1. Power - On the printer, and wait until the “READY” message appearing on LCD Panel.
2. Push button like next time “Menu -> Stop -> Left arrow -> Back -> OK -> Right arrow”
3. “COMPONEMT TEST Press Menu Key”
■ Keys
Key
Description
Menu
Move to the top menu
Left Arrow
Move test item
OK
Start testing or select Sub-item
Right arrow
Move test item
Back
Move upper menu
Stop
Stop testing
■ EDC Menu
0. Cover Status
Key
Description
Top Cover
When a top cover opened, “Open” message display LCD. If the top cover closed,
“Closed” message display LCD
Tray2 Door
When a tray2 door opened, “Open” message display LCD. If the tray2 door
closed, “Closed” message display LCD
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1. Sensor Status
Key
Description
Regi. Sensor
If actuator is checked by sensor, "Without Paper" message will be displayed. if not,
"With Paper" will be.
Exit Sensor
If actuator is checked by sensor, "Without Paper" message will be displayed. if not,
"With Paper" will be.
MP Empty
If paper exists in the MP tray, "With Paper" will be displayed. If not, "Without Paper"
will be.
T1 Paper Empty
If paper exists in the 1st tray, "With Paper" will be displayed. If not, "Without Paper"
will be.
T2 Paper Empty
If paper exists in the 2nd tray, "With Paper" will be displayed. If not, "Without Paper"
will be.
Rev. Swing Sensor
If actuator is checked by sensor, "Without Paper" message will be displayed. if not,
"With Paper" will be.
Rev. Exit Sensor
If actuator is checked by sensor, "Without Paper" message will be displayed. if not,
"With Paper" will be.
2. Motor Test
Key
Description
Main Mtr Nor.
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. Main motor will auto stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
Dev Mtr Nor.
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. Dev motor will auto stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
Fuser Mtr Fwd.
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run forward. Fuser motor
will auto - stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
Fuser Mtr Bwd.
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run Backward. Fuser motor
will auto - stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
T2 Feed Motor
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. T2 feed motor will auto
- stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
Reverse Mtr
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. Dev motor will auto stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
3. Fan Test
Key
Description
Fuser Fan
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, fan will be run. Fuser fan will auto - stop
after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
SMPS Fan
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, fan will be run. SMPS fan will auto - stop
after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
LSU Fan
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, fan will be run. LSU fan will auto - stop
after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
Reverse Fan
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, fan will be run. Reverse fan will auto stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
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4. Clutch/Sol.
Key
Description
T1 P - up Clutch
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, clutch turn on. pick up
clutch will be turn off after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
T2 P - up Clutch
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, clutch turn on. pick up
clutch will be turn off after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
(when SCF is not installed, “not installed” message will be displayed )
MP P - up Clutch
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, clutch turn on. pick up
clutch will be turn off after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
K Dev. Clutch
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, clutch turn on.
K - clutch will be turn off after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
5. Fuser Ctrl
Key
Description
Fuser1 Control
Fuser 1 on and off. “ON” is selected, fuser will be active and display the fuser
temperature [XXX] but “OFF” is selected, fuser will be stop and [0] display
Fuser2 Control
Fuser 2 on and off. “ON” is selected, fuser will be active and display the fuser
temperature [XXX] but “OFF” is selected, fuser will be stop and [0] display
Fuser Temp.A
Fuser1 temperature displayed on LCD (example: [251] )
Fuser Temp.B
Fuser2 temperature displayed on LCD (example: [251] )
6. LSU Control
Key
Description
LD Power Y
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, ”OFF” message will be
displayed after 5 seconds
LD Power M
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, ”OFF” message will be
displayed after 5 seconds
LD Power C
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, ”OFF” message will be
displayed after 5 seconds
LD Power K
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, ”OFF” message will be
displayed after 5 seconds
LSU Motor
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. LSU motor will auto stop after 5 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
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7. DEV Control
Key
Description
Charger
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Charger voltage will be turned on.
Dev DC Y
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev DC Y will be turned on.
Dev DC M
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev DC M will be turned on.
Dev DC C
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev DC C will be turned on.
Dev DC K
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev DC K will be turned on.
Dev AC Y
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev AC Y will be turned on.
Dev AC M
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev AC M will be turned on.
Dev AC C
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev AC C will be turned on.
Dev AC K
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev AC K will be turned on.
Dev TR Y
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev TR Y will be turned on.
Dev TR M
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev TR M will be turned on.
Dev TR C
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev TR C will be turned on.
Dev TR K
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev TR K will be turned on.
P Charger
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Paper Charger will be turned on.
8. Reset Param
Key
Reset Color Reg
Description
“YES” is Selected, reset color registration starts.
(Take care of this menu because all color regi. data is initialized.)
9. Print Test
Key
Pattern Print
Description
“YES” is Selected, pattern printing starts.
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4.1.4.7 Tech Mode
■ How to Enter Tech Mode
In service (tech) mode, the technician can check the machine and perform various test to isolate the cause of
a malfunction.
While in Tech mode, the machine still performs all normal operations.
To enter the Tech mode, press “Menu → # → 1 → 9 → 3 → 4 → Menu” in sequence, and the
LCD briefly displays ‘TECH Menu’, the machine has entered service (tech) mode.
Depth 1
Depth 2
Depth 3
Depth 4
Send Level
DTMF Level
Pause Time
Dial Mode
Modem Speed
Error Rate
Clear All Mem.
-9~-15
[Hi]=xx,[Lo]=xx
0~9
Tone,Pulse
33.6, 28.8, 14.4, 12.0, 9.6, 4.8
5%, 10%
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Clear Counts
Data Setup
Margin
Toner Low Level
New Sensor
B2B Mode
HDD Format
Service tag
Switch Test
Machine Test
Fuser
Tray1 Roller
Tray2 Roller
MP Tray Roller
Top Margin
Left Margin
Fine Edge
Normal *
Maximum
Off
Darken Text
Off
[1~30]% : 10 *
On
Off *
0-99
Yes?
No?
REDUCE_PANEL
COMPLETE_PANEL
Modem Test
ContinuousDial
DRAM Test
ROM Test
Shading Test
Shading&Print
Print Data
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33.6
10%
[-10-10]:0
[-10-10]:0
Minimum
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Depth 1
Depth 2
Depth 3
Depth 4
Machine Test
Fuser Offset
StandBy Temp.
Run Temp.
101-185mm Temp.
186-216mm Temp.
90 gms Temp.
Bond Temp.
OHP Temp.
Cardstock Temp.
Env. Temp.
Label Temp.
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
[-20-0]:0*,-5,-10,-15,-20
Report
All Report
Protocol
Configuration
Supplies Info
Error Info
Usage Page
ComponentCheck
Service Support
■ Data Setup
SEND LEVEL
You can set the level of the transmission signal. Typically, the Tx level should be under -12 dBm.
Caution : The Send Fax Level is set at the best condition in the shipment from factory.
Never change settings arbitrarily.
DIAL MODE
This function can choose dial method.
*Default : Dial(Dial/Pulse)
MODEM SPEED
You can set the maximum modem speed.
Communication is done with modem speed automatically set at lower speed when communicating with a
slower speed modem since communication is done on the standard of the side where modem speed is low
for transmission/reception. It is best set 33.6Kbps as default setting.
ERROR RATE
When the error rate is about exceed the set value, the Baud rate automatically adjusts to 2400 bps.
This ensures that the error rate remains below the set value.
You can select the rate between 5% and 10%.
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CLEAR ALL MEMORY
The function resets the system to factory default settings.
This function is used to reset the system to the initial value when the product is functioning abnormally. All the
values are returned to the default values, and all the information, which was set by the user, will be erased.
< Method >
1. Select the [Data Setup - Clear All Mem.] at the TECH MODE.
2. Push the ENTER button.
3. Select you country.
4. Push the ENTER button then it will clear all memory.
NOTICE : Always perform a memory clear after replacing the main board. Otherwise, the system may not
operate properly.
Margin
The function is to set the Top Margin or Left margin of all image.
Fine Edge
The function is to enhance the printing resolution by adjusting Dot Size for Font Size.
Darken Text
The function is to make all text printed darken.
Toner Low Level
The function is to set up the time to inform toner low status. This function can provide user convenience for
replacing the toner cartridge.
New Sensor
The function is to adjust Top Margin for New board whose feeder sensor’s position was changed.
B2B Mode
The function is to customize special feature.
HDD Format
The function is to format HDD.
Service tag
The function is to maintain service number.
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■ Machine Test
SWITCH TEST
Use this feature to test all keys on the operation control panel. The result is displayed on the LCD
window each time you press a key.
MODEM TEST
Use this feature to hear various transmission signals to the telephone line from the modem and to
check the modem. If no transmission signal sound is heard, it means the modem part of the main
board malfunctioned.
DRAM TEST
Use this feature to test the machine’s DRAM. The result appears in the LCD display.
If all memory is working normally, the LCD shows << O K >>
ROM TEST
Use this feature to test the machine’S ROM. The result and the software version appear in the LCD
display.
SHADING TEST
The function is to get the optimum scan quality by the specific character of the CCD(Charge
Coupled Device). If the copy image quality is poor, perform this function to check the condition
CCD unit.
< Method >
1. Select the [Machine Test-Shading Test] at the TECH MODE.
2. Push the SET UP button then an image will be scanned.
3. After the scan, CCD SHADING PROFILE will be print out.
4. If the printed image is different to the image, the CCD is defect.
NOTICE : When you test CCD, make sure that the cover is closed.
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4.1.5 Error Message
Messages appear on the control panel display to indicate the machine’s status or errors. Refer to the tables
below to understand the messages’ meaning and correct the problem if necessary. Messages and their
meanings are listed in alphabetical order.
• xxx indicates the media type.
• yyy indicates the tray.
Message
Meaning
Suggested Solution
[COMM. Error]
The machine has a communication problem.
Ask the sender to try again.
[Incompatible]
The machine has received a fax from which is
registered as a junk fax.
The received fax data will be deleted.
Reconfirm junk fax setup.
[Line Error]
Your machine cannot connect with the
receiving fax machine or has lost contact
because of a problem with the phone line.
Try again. If the problem persists, wait an hour
or so for the line to clear and try again.
Or, turn the ECM mode on.
[No Answer]
The receiving fax machine has not answered
after several redial attempts.
Try again. Make sure that the receiving
machine is operational.
[Stop Pressed]
Stop/Clear has been pressed during an
operation.
Try again.
[yyy]
Paper Empty
There is no paper in the tray.
Load paper in the tray.
[yyy]
Paper Mismatch
The paper size specified in the printer
properties does not match the paper you
are loading.
Load the correct paper in the tray.
[yyy]
Cassette Out
The tray cassette is not properly closed.
To close the tray, lower the rear edge, align it
with the slot, and slide it into the printer.
Adjusting...
Registration
The machine is adjusting the color registration
Wait a few minutes.
Authentication
Failure
The ID or password you entered is incorrect.
Enter the correct ID or password.
Cancel?
Yes
Your machine's memory has become full
while trying to store an original into memory.
To cancel the fax job, press the OK button to
accept Yes.
If you want to send those pages that have
been successfully stored, press the OK button
to accept No. You should send the remaining
pages later, when memory is available.
Connection Error
Connection with the SMTP server failed.
Check the server settings and the network
cable.
Connection
Failed
The protocol you have entered is not
supported or server port is wrong.
Check the protocol or server port.
DADF Cover
Open Error
The DADF cover is not securely latched.
Close the DADF cover until it locks into place.
Data Read Fail
Check USB Mem.
Time expired while reading data.
Try again.
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Message
Meaning
Suggested Solution
Data Write Fail
Check USB Mem.
Storing to the USB memory failed.
Check the available USB memory space.
Document Jam
The loaded original has jammed in the DADF.
Clear the jam.
Door Open/Check
Transfer Belt
The front cover is not securely latched.
Close the cover until it locks into place.
Duplex Jam 0
Check Inside
Paper has jammed during duplex printing.
This is applicable only to machines with this
feature.
Clear the jam.
Duplex Jam 1
Open/Close Door
Paper has jammed during duplex printing.
This is applicable only to machines with this
feature.
Clear the jam.
Enter Again
You entered an unavailable item.
Enter the correct item again.
File Access
Denied
Login to the network server was successful.
However, access to the file on the network
server was denied.
Change the server settings.
File Format
Not Supported
The selected file format is not supported.
Use the correct file format.
File Name Exist
The file name you have entered already
exists.
Enter a different file name.
File Name
Over Limit
The file names you can use are from doc001
to doc999.
However, all file names are used already.
Delete unnecessary files.
Fuser Fan
Locked
There is a problem in the cooling fan of the
machine.
Open and then close the front cover.
Global Address
Not Found
When the device is unable to locate the given
address of the Global server.
Check the search ID.
Global Query
Size Exceeded
This is an error message and displays when
the global query size has been exceeded.
There are too many search results. Refine
your search by entering more letters.
Contact a LDAP server administrator.
Global Server
Auth Failed
When there is a authentication fail while
connecting to the global server this message
displays.
Check the authentication account and
password.
Global Server
Not Configured
When no global server is configured, this
message displays.
Check the LDAP server configuration
settings.
Global Server
Not Found
When the device is unable to find the Global
server.
Check the LDAP server address, The LDAP
server address is incorrect, or the server
has failed.
Global Server
Query Timeout
Network Information Center (NIC) failed to
get the proper response from the LDAP
server within specified time.
Check the LDAP server setting, LDAP server
setting is incorrect.
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Message
Meaning
Suggested Solution
Global Server
Comm Error
This error message displays when there is
a communication error between the global
server and the device.
Try again.
Contact a LDAP Server administrator.
Group Not
Available
You have tried to select a group location
number where only a single location number
can be used, such as when adding locations
for a Multiple Send operation.
Use a speed dial number or dial a number
manually using the number keypad.
Install
[xxx]
The corresponding part of the machine is
not installed.
Install the part into your machine.
Invalid
[xxx]
The color part of the machine is not for your
machine.
Install the a Dell-genuine part designed for your
machine.
Install Toner
The color toner cartridge is not installed.
Install the color toner cartridge.
Invalid Toner
The color toner cartridge you have installed is
not for your machine.
Install the a Dell-genuine color toner
cartridge designed for your machine.
Invalid Server
Address
The server adress you have entered is invalid.
Enter the correct server address.
IP Conflict
The network IP address you have set is being
used by someone else.
Check the IP address and reset it if necessary.
Line Busy
The receiving fax machine did not answer or
the line is already engaged.
Try again after a few minutes.
Low Power
The machine is in the previous stage of the
power save mode.
When data is received, it switches to on-line
automatically.
Mail Exceeds
Server Support
The mail size is larger than the supported
size by SMTP server.
Divide your mail or reduce the resolution.
Main Motor
Locked
There is a problem in the main motor.
Open and then close the front cover.
Load Manually
Press Start Key
The multi-purpose tray is empty in manual
feed mode.
Load paper in the multi-purpose tray.
Memory Full
The memory is full.
Delete unnecessary fax jobs and retransmit
after more memory becomes available.
Alternatively, split the transmission into more
than one operation.
MP Tray
Paper Jam 0
Paper has jammed in the feeding area of the
multi-purpose tray.
Clear the jam.
Network Error
There is a problem with the network.
Contact your network administrator.
Not Assigned
The speed button or speed dial number you
tried to use has no number assigned to it.
Enter the number manually using the number
keypad or store the number or address.
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Message
Meaning
Suggested Solution
Not Available
Try Again Later
Can not perform the task immediately
because too many tasks are running at once.
Try again when current task is completed.
Non DELL Toner
The color toner cartridge which the arrow
indicates is not a Dell-genuine cartridge.
Press OK to toggle the message to Stop or
Continue.
Stop
You can select either Stop or Continue with
the left/right arrow.
If you select Stop by pressing OK on the
control panel, the machine stops printing.
If you select Continue, the machine keeps
printing, but the quality cannot be guaranteed.
If you do not select any, the machine will work
as Stop is selected.
Replace the corresponding toner cartridge
with a Dell-genuine cartridge.
One Page is
Too Large
Single page data exceeds the configured mail
size.
Reduce the resolution and try again.
Operation
Not Assigned
You are in the Add Page/Cancel Job
operation, but there are no jobs stored.
Check the display to see if there are any
scheduled jobs.
Out-Bin Full
The output tray of the machine is full of paper.
Remove paper.
Paper Jam 0
Open/Close Door
Paper has jammed in the feeding area of the
tray.
Clear the jam.
Paper Jam 1
Open/Close Door
Paper has jammed inside the machine.
Clear the jam.
Paper Jam 2
Check Inside
Special print media has jammed in the paper
exit area.
Clear the jam.
Power Failure
Power has turned off then on and the
machine's memory has not been back up.
The job which you were trying to do before
the power failure must be completely re-done.
Remove Paper
in Rear Cover
Paper has jammed in the paper rear cover
area.
Clear the jam.
Refilled Toner
The toner cartridge you have installed is not
genuine or refilled.
The print quality may get poor if the refilled
toner cartridge is installed, since its
characteristics may significantly differ from
the genuine.
We recommend Dell-genuine color
toner cartridge.
Replace Toner
This message appears between Toner Empty
and Toner Low status.
Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Replace
[xxx]
The life of the part expires totally.
Replace the part with a new one.
Replace
[xxx] Soon
The life of the part expires soon.
Replace the part with a new one.
Retry Redial?
The machine is waiting for a specified time
interval to redial a previously busy station.
You can press OK to immediately redial, or
Stop/Clear to cancel the redial operation.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
Message
Meaning
Suggested Solution
Reverse Jam 0
Check Inside
Paper has jammed in the paper fuser area
and In the cover of reverse unit area.
Clear the jam.
Reverse Jam 1
Check Inside
Paper has jammed In the cover of reverse
unit area or in the rear cover.
Clear the jam.
Scanner locked
The scanner module is locked
Unlock the scanner and press Stop/Clear.
Self Diagnostics
Temperature
The engine in your machine is checking
problems detected.
Wait a few minutes.
Self Diagnostics
LSU
The LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) in your
machine is checking problems detected.
Wait a few minutes.
Send Error
(AUTH)
There is a problem in SMTP authentication.
Configure the authentication setting.
Send Error
(DNS)
There is a problem in DNS.
Configure the DNS setting.
Send Error
(POP3)
There is a problem in POP3.
Configure the POP3 setting.
Send Error
(SMTP)
There is a problem in SMTP.
Change to the available server.
Send Error
(Wrong Config)
There is a problem on the network interface
card.
Configure your network interface card
correctly.
Toner Empty
The color toner cartridge has run out.
The machine stops printing.
Press OK to toggle the message to Stop,
Continueor Black Only.
Stop
If the black toner cartridge is empty,
Black Only messagedoes not
appear.
You can select the option among Stop,
ontinue or Black Only with the left/right arrow.
If you select Stop by pressing OK on the
control panel, the machine stops printing.
If you select Continue, the machine keeps
printing, but the quality cannot be guaranteed.
If you select Black Only, the machine prints
the data in black. In this case, the mono
printing feature is preset in the printer
properties.
When you copy, the Black Start button will
be activated only with this condition.
If you do not select any, the machine will work
as Stop is selected.
Replace the color toner cartridge with a new
one.
Toner Exhausted
The lifespan of the color toner cartridge which
the arrow indicates is reached.
This message appears when the toner is
completely empty, and your machine stops
printing. Replace the corresponding toner
cartridge with a
-genuine cartridge.
Toner Low
The corresponding color toner cartridge is
almost empty.
Take out the toner cartridge and thoroughly
shake it. By doing this, you can temporarily
reestablish printing operations.
Tray 2
Paper jam 0
Paper has jammed In the paper feed area.
Clear the jam.
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4.2 Troubleshooting
4.2.1 Procedure of Checking the Symptoms
Before attempting to repair the printer first obtain a detailed description of the problem from the customer.
Power On
OP Panel ON?
- No Power
- Power Module error
- Main PBA error
- LCD Panel error
Ready or
Power save
Indicate
Error Message
Test Print
Printing
Quality is
Normal?
Refer to "Solution
of Image Problem"
END
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Refer to
Error Message
<Section 4.1.5>
Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.2 Image quality problems
1) Vertical Black Line and Band
Description
1. Straight thin black vertical lines are shown in the print-out.
2. Dark black vertical bands are shown in the print-out.
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Replace the toner Cartridge
and test again.
Replace the toner Cartridge
and test again.
3. Damaged paper
transfer Belt(PTB) or Contaminated
on PTB.
Replace the PTB unit and test again.
4. Contaminated on
paper charge roller.
Replace the PTB unit or Cleaning the
paper charge roller.
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2) Vertical White Line
Description
White vertical voids in the image.
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Replace the toner Cartridge.
Replace the toner Cartridge.
3. Scratch of OPC Drum.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) Horizontal Black Bands
Description
Dark or blurry horizontal stripes occur in the printing periodically
(These may occurs at regular intervals down the page.)
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2. The rollers in
the toner cartridge
may be contaminated.
1) Charge Roller: 26.7 mm
2) Supply Roller: 40.8 mm(YMC) / 43 mm(K)
3) Developing Roller: 30.6 mm(YMC) / 32.5 mm (K)
4) Transfer Roller: 45 mm
5) Paper Charge Roller : 26.7 mm
6) OPC Drum : 75.4 mm
7) Fusing Belt : 125.6 mm
3. Contamination of the Gap-Ring
-regular intervals 39.0 mm
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Replace unit concerned with the roller
period matching to the interval of the
defect.
Replace the toner Cartridge.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
4) Black/White Spot
Description
1. Dark or blurry spots occur periodically in the printing
2. White spots occur periodically in the printing
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
5) Light Image
Description
The printed image is light, with no ghost.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
6) Dark image or Black
Description
The printed image is dark.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
7) Uneven Density
Description
Print Density is uneven between left and right.
Replace the PTB.
Replace the toner-KIT and try to
print out.
Replace the toner cartridege.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
8) Strain in the Face of the Page
Description
The background on the face of the printed page strained
Digital Printer
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Replace the toner cartridege.
Replace the toner cartridege.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
9) Strains on Back of Page
Description
The back of the page is strained at 43.9 or 75.5 mm intervals.
Digital
Digital Pri
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1. PTB Cleaning Defect.
Replace PTB Unit.
2. PTB belt damage.
Replace PTB Unit.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
10) Blank Page Print out(1)
Description
Blank page is printed.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
11) Ghost
Ghost occur at 75.4mm intervals of the OPC drum or intervals of the developing
roller in the whole printing.
Description
75.4 mm
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1. intervals of developing roller
- supply roller in the toner
cartridge malfunctioned.
Replace the toner cartridge.
2. intervals of OPC drum
- OPC drum has defects.
Replace the toner cartridge.
3. intervals of OPC drum
- Check if the main PBA sends
lamp-on signal to HVPS.
- No signal : Replace the Main PBA
- Replace the HVPS.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.3 Paper feed problems
1) Wrong Print Position
Description
Printing begins at wrong position on the paper.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) JAM 0
Description
1. Paper does not exit from the cassette.
2. Jam-0 occurs when the paper feeds into the printer
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) JAM 1
Description
1. Paper is jammed in front of or inside the fuser.
2. Paper is stuck in the exit roller and in the fuser just after passing through the
Actuator-Feed
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4) JAM 2
Description
1. Recording paper is jammed in front of or inside the fuser.
2. Recording paper is stuck in the discharge roller and in the fuser just after passing
through the Actuator-Feed.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
5) Reverse JAM 0
Description
1. Paper is jammed in front of or inside the reverse unit.
2. Paper is stuck in the fuser exit roller and in the reverse unit just after passing
through the Actuator
1. Check the motor & gears in the reverse unit
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Remove the jammed paper.
Replace if required
Alignment and Troubleshooting
6) Rear Cover
Description
Paper is stuck in the rear cover
Remove the jammed paper.
1. Check the "cover-reverse exit"
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
7) Reverse JAM 1
Description
Paper is jammed in front of the reverse exit roller or inside the reverse unit.
Remove the jammed paper.
Replace if required
1. Check the reverse top cover.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
8) Paper rolled in the fuser
Description
Paper rolled around fuser rollers or ‘Concertina’ jam
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.4 Copy Problems
1) Defective Image Quality
Description
1. Background occured or Copy quality is not good.
2. CCDM Lamp do not turn on.
Replace the CCDM.
1. Check the shading profile.
2. Check the FFC Cable.
Replace the FFC Cable.
3. SOC is error on the Main Board.
Replace the Main Board.
4. Check the 24V on the CCD I/F
connector & Fuse on the SMPS.
Replace the SMPS.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) Scan Lock Error
Description
CCDM do not move and displayed ‘Scanner Lock’ on the LCD Panel.
Replace the CCDM Home Sensor.
1. Check the CCD Home Sensor.
2. Check the Motor Driver(A3983)
on the Scan Joint Board.
Replace the Scan Joint Board.
Replace the SMPS.
3. Check the 24V Fuse on the SMPS.
Connect the CCDM with a belt
correctly.
4. Check the connection
of CCDM with a belt.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) Glass Broken
Description
Scanner glass was broken
Replace scanning unit Ass'y.
1. If the scanner glass was broken.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.5 OPE Problems
1) Nothing Displayed on LCD
Description
LCD does not display anything
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.6 Other Problems
1) Fusing Problems
Error
Phenomenon
In warm-up
- When the Fuser is under 70 for 45 seconds and more
Low Heat Error
In ready
- When the Fuser is under 120 for 15 seconds and more
In Printing state
- When the Fuser is under 20 of target temperature for 10 seconds and more
Over Heat Error
When the set is over 210 for 4 seconds and more
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
Fuser error
Description
A message below is displayed in a LCD panel.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) No Power(1)
Description
When system power is turned on, all LED on the operator panel do not come on.
4-74
Alignment and Troubleshooting
No Power(2)
Description
When system power is turned on, you can hear short beep sound continuously.
4-75
Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) LSU Error
Description
A message below is displayed in a LCD panel.
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Exploded View and Parts list
5. Exploded View and Parts list
Thumbnail …………………………………… 5-2
5.13 Fuser Drive ………………………… 5-30
5.1 Main …………………………………… 5-4
5.14 PTB ………………………………… 5-32
5.2 Cover Unit ……………………………… 5-7
5.15 Scan Ass’y ………………………… 5-35
5.3 Front Cover …………………………… 5-9
5.16 Hinge Unit ………………………… 5-37
5.4 MP Tray ……………………………… 5-11
5.17 OPE ………………………………… 5-39
5.5 Middle Cover ………………………… 5-13
5.18 Platen Ass’y ………………………… 5-41
5.6 Reverse Unit ………………………… 5-15
5.19 DADF Ass’y ………………………… 5-44
5.7 Top Cover …………………………… 5-17
5.20 Platen Cover DADF ……………… 5-46
5.8 Reverse Frame ……………………… 5-19
5.21 DADF lower ………………………… 5-48
5.9 Reverse Drive ……………………… 5-21
5.22 DADF Motor ……………………… 5-50
5.10 Frame ……………………………… 5-23
5.23 Cassette …………………………… 5-52
5.11 Feed Drive ………………………… 5-25
5.24 SCF Unit …………………………… 5-55
5.12 Fuser Unit ………………………… 5-27
5.25 SCF Cassette ……………………… 5-58
DIGITAL LASER MFP
The keynote of Product
- Model : Dell 2145cn
- Scan, Copy, Print, Fax 4 in 1 MFP
- Speed : 20/20 PPM (A4)
- Resolution : 2400x600 dpi (effective output)
- CPU : 360 Mhz
- Memory : 128 MB
- Toner Cartridge Life (Color/Black) : 5K / 5.5K
5-1
Exploded View and Parts list
Thumbnail 1
5.2 Cover Unit
5.3 Front Cover
5.5 Middle Cover
5.6 Reverse Unit
5.7 Top Cover
5.9 Reverse Drive
5.10 Frame
5.11 Feed Drive
5.12 Fuser Unit
5.13 Fuser Drive
5.14 PTB
5.15 Scan Ass'y
5.16 Hinge Unit
5.1 Main
5-2
5.4 MP Tray
5.8 Reverse Frame
Exploded View and Parts list
Thumbnail 2
5.17 OPE
5.18 Platen Ass'y
5.19 DADF Ass'y
5.20 Platen Cover DADF
5.21 DADF Lower
5.22 DADF Motor
5.23 Cassette
5.24 SCF Unit
5.25 SCF Cassette
5-3
38
5-4
31
39
12
30
29
28
27
4
0
32
3
40
22
23
19
2
25
34
36
21
5
19
7
20
1
12
8
4
2
4
33
26
12
11
24
12
6
24
16
13
10
17
12
12
12
14
41
15
12
12
18
42
Exploded View and Parts list
5.1 Main
Exploded View and Parts list
Main Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
5.1-0
SEC_code
Dell 2145cn
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
4in1 MFP, 20ppm, DADF
5.1-1
JC96-04490B ELA UNIT--MAIN-FRAME
1
SNA
5.1-2
JC66-01422A LINK-HINGE
2
SNA
5.1-3
JC44-00136A HVPS
1
SA
5.1-4
6003-000196
32
SNA
5.1-5
JC96-04500A ELA UNIT-LSU
1
SA
5.1-6
JC61-01012A GUIDE-_M_BUSH HARNESS S
1
SNA
5.1-7
JC61-01910A FRAME-DUCT
1
SNA
5.1-8
JC31-00088A FAN--DC
1
SA
5.1-10
JC61-01866B BRACKET-MAIN
1
SNA
5.1-11
JC44-00093B SMPS-PSP_TYPE5_V1
1
SA
110V
5.1-11
JC44-00100B SMPS-PSP_TYPE5_V2C
1
SA
220V
5.1-12
6003-000269
41
SNA
5.1-13
JC44-00152A FDB-SINGLE TRIAC V1
1
SA
110V
5.1-13
JC44-00153A FDB-SINGLE TRIAC V2C
1
SA
220V
5.1-14
JC39-00943A HARNESS-AC INLET
1
SA
5.1-15
JC61-01867A BRACKET-DUMMY_POWER
1
SNA
5.1-16
6003-000301
SCREW-TAPTITE
1
SNA
5.1-17
JC61-01854A GUIDE-HARNESS
1
SNA
SCREW-TAPTITE
SCREW-TAPTITE
5.1-18
JC98-01015A BOARD-CONTROLLER_DIMM
1
SA
-
JC92-01923A PBA-RAM DIMM
1
SA
-
JC92-02130A PBA-CONTROLLER
1
SA
5.1-19
JC66-01425A DAMPER-HINGE
2
SNA
5.1-20
JC61-01912A FRAME-DAMPER_L
1
SNA
5.1-21
JC61-01897A BRACKET-HINGE_R
1
SNA
5.1-22
JC61-01911A
FRAME-DAMPER_R
1
SNA
5.1-23
JC61-01896A BRACKET-HINGE_L
1
SNA
5.1-24
6502-001093
1
SNA
5.1-25
JC91-00934A FUSER
1
SA
110V
5.1-25
JC91-00933A FUSER
1
SA
220V
5.1-26
JC96-05533A ELA UNIT-COVER
1
SNA
5.1-27
JC96-04391E ELA UNIT-DEV K_SET
1
SNA
5.1-28
JC96-04392E ELA UNIT-DEV C_SET
1
SNA
5.1-29
JC96-04393E ELA UNIT-DEV M_SET
1
SNA
5.1-30
JC96-04394E ELA UNIT-DEV Y_SET
1
SNA
5.1-31
JC96-04406A ELA UNIT-PTB SET_DUPLEX
1
SA
5.1-32
JC96-05545A ELA HOU-UNIT_CASSETTE
1
SA
5.1-33
JC96-05547A ELA HOU-UNIT_SCF
1
SNA
5.1-34
JC90-00912A REVERSE
1
SA
CABLE CLAMP
5-5
Option Unit
Exploded View and Parts list
Main Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.1-35
JC96-05541A ELA HOU-SCAN
1
SA
110V
5.1-36
JC97-03576A SCANNER-ICON
1
SA
220V
5.1-38
3903-000085
CBF-POWER CORD
1
SA
110V
5.1-38
3903-000067
CBF-POWER CORD
1
SA
220V
5.1-39
JC31-00050A FAN
1
SA
5.1-40
JC61-02656A BRACKET-OPE SIDE
1
SNA
5.1-41
CLX-HDK410
1
SNA
5.1-42
JC92-02060C PBA-FAX_CARD P
1
SA
HARD DISK_KIT
5-6
0
4
5
6
5-4
6-8
1
6-2
6-7
3
6-3
6-4
5-1
5-3
6-6
6-5
5-2
6-1
2-1
2-2
7-2
7
2
7-1
Exploded View and Parts list
5.2 Cover Unit
5-7
Exploded View and Parts list
Cover Unit Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.2-0
JC96-05533A ELA UNIT-COVER
1
SNA
5.2-1
JC97-03557A MEA-COVER_FRONT
1
SA
5.2-2
JC97-03558A MEA-COVER RIGHT
1
SA
5.2-2-1
JC63-01520D COVER-RIGHT
1
SNA
5.2-2-2
JC63-01563B COVER-WIRE
1
SNA
5.2-3
JC96-05524A ELA UNIT-COVER MIDDLE
1
SA
5.2-4
JC63-01519A COVER-LEFT
1
SA
5.2-5
JC97-03052A MEA-BRACKET REAR
1
SA
5.2-5-1
JC61-02211A
1
SNA
5.2-5-2
JC63-01314A COVER-REAR HDD
1
SNA
5.2-5-3
6003-000269
2
SNA
5.2-6
JC96-05525A ELA UNIT-MIDDLE REAR
1
SNA
5.2-6-1
JC63-01549C COVER-MIDDLE REAR
1
SNA
BRACKET-REAR
SCREW-TAPTITE
5.2-6-2
JC63-01667A COVER-WLAN
1
SNA
5.2-6-3
JC72-40981C PMO-ROLLER UPPER DP
3
SNA
5.2-6-4
JC66-01924A ACTUATOR-REAR OUT
1
SNA
5.2-6-5
JC61-02547A GUIDE-ACTUATOR
1
SNA
5.2-6-6
JC61-00076A SPRING-ETC TORSION DOC
1
SA
5.2-6-7
0604-001095
1
SNA
5.2-6-8
JC39-00942A HARNESS-REVERSE JAM
1
SA
5.2-7
JC97-03562A MEA-COVER REVERSE
1
SA
5.2-7-1
JC63-01554B COVER-REV EXIT
1
SNA
5.2-7-2
JC63-01553B COVER-REVERSE EXIT
1
SNA
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
5-8
Remark
20
5-9
21
22
0
24
1
3
5
23
8
6
13
10
9
14
5
6
2
17
4
11
20
22
18
15
21
10
7
19
12
16
18
15
Exploded View and Parts list
5.3 Front Cover
Exploded View and Parts list
Front Cover Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.3-0
JC97-03557A MEA-COVER_FRONT
1
SA
5.3-1
JC63-01521B COVER-FRONT
1
SA
5.3-2
JC61-01849A SUPPORT-PTB R
1
SA
5.3-3
JC61-01848A SUPPORT-PTB L
1
SA
5.3-4
JC64-00299C KNOB-HANDLE
1
SNA
5.3-5
JC61-00038A SPRING ETC-GUIDE DEVE
2
SA
5.3-6
JC66-01354A LEVER-PTB
2
SNA
5.3-7
JC64-00306A LOCKER-FRONT R
1
SNA
5.3-8
JC64-00305A LOCKER-FRONT L
1
SNA
5.3-9
JC61-01050A BRACKET-P-COVER LOCK
1
SNA
5.3-10
6107-001138
2
SA
110V
5.3-11
JC61-01841A HOLDER-KNOB HANDLE
1
SNA
220V
5.3-12
JC61-01843A HOLDER-LOCKER FRONT R
1
SNA
5.3-13
JC61-01842A HOLDER-LOCKER FRONT L
1
SNA
110V
5.3-14
JC63-01290A COVER-FRONT PATH
1
SNA
220V
5.3-15
JC66-01421A LEVER-PTB TOP
2
SNA
5.3-16
JC66-01353A LEVER-COUPLING R
1
SNA
5.3-17
JC66-01352A LEVER-COUPLING L
1
SNA
5.3-18
6107-001345
2
SA
5.3-19
JC68-01905A LABEL-INSTALL
1
SNA
5.3-20
JC61-01846A HOLDER-LINK FRONT
2
SNA
5.3-21
JC66-01358A LINK-SUPPORT
2
SNA
5.3-22
JC66-00835A SHAFT-HINGE LINK
2
SNA
5.3-23
6003-000196
24
SNA
5.3-24
JC97-03556A MEA-TRAY MP
1
SA
SPRING-ES
SPRING-CS
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-10
Exploded View and Parts list
0
6
8
5
3
1
2
7
4
5.4 MP Tray
5-11
Exploded View and Parts list
MP Tray Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
5.4-0
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
JC97-03556A MEA-MP TRAY
1
SA
5.4-1
JC63-02178A COVER-MP_TRAY
1
SNA
5.4-2
JC63-01293C TRAY-ASF_INPUT
1
SNA
5.4-3
JC61-01043C GUIDE-_M_SIDE MP L
1
SNA
5.4-4
JC61-01042C GUIDE-_M_SIDE MP R
1
SA
5.4-5
JG66-40003A GEAR-PINION
1
SNA
5.4-6
JC66-01349B LINK-TRAY_MP_L
1
SNA
5.4-7
JC66-01350B LINK-TRAY_MP_R
1
SNA
5.4-8
JC64-00440A BADGE-DELL
1
SNA
5-12
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
5.5 Middle Cover
21
0
20
23
19
18
31
22
26
30
27
28
1
17
32
5
24
6
16
11
14
29
2
10
13
3
25
4
12
7
8
9
5-13
Exploded View and Parts list
Middle Cover Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.5-0
JC96-05524A ELA UNIT-COVER MIDDLE
1
SA
5.5-1
JC63-01543B COVER-MIDDLE
1
SNA
5.5-2
JC92-01964A PBA-USB HOST
1
SA
5.5-3
JC66-01616A LATCH-MIDDLE A
2
SA
5.5-4
JC66-01617A LATCH-MIDDLE B
2
SA
5.5-5
JC61-01983B HOLDER-LSU
2
SNA
5.5-6
JC61-02512A SPRING ETC-LOCKER
2
SA
5.5-7
6107-001194
4
SNA
5.5-8
JC61-02210A BRACKET-MID LOCK
2
SNA
5.5-9
JC63-01567B COVER-LOCKER FRONT
1
SA
5.5-10
JC63-01562B TRAY-ASF FOLDER
1
SA
110V
5.5-11
JC63-01560C TRAY-ASF OUTPUT
1
SA
220V
5.5-12
JC66-01623A ACTUATOR-SW_OPEN
1
SA
5.5-13
6044-000231
RING-E
1
SA
110V
5.5-14
6107-001363
SPRING-CS
1
SA
220V
5.5-16
JC39-00847A HARNESS-SCANNER OPEN
1
SA
5.5-17
3001-002207
1
SA
5.5-18
JC92-01953A PBA-REVERSE
1
SA
5.5-19
6502-000132
2
SNA
SPRING-CS
SPEAKER
CABLE CLAMP
5.5-20
JC63-01550A COVER-MIDDLE EXIT
1
SA
5.5-21
JC63-01547B COVER-MIDDLE OPEN
1
SA
5.5-22
JC61-02410A SUPPORT-MIDDLE
2
SNA
5.5-23
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
18
SNA
5.5-24
6003-000152
SCREW-TAPTITE
1
SA
5.5-25
JC39-00839A HARNESS-USB HOST
1
SA
5.5-26
6003-000282
6
SNA
5.5-27
JC31-00050A FAN
1
SA
5.5-28
JC68-01760A LABEL-INFORMATION
1
SNA
5.5-29
JC61-02213A BRACKET-LOCKER
1
SNA
5.5-30
JC39-00496A CBF-HARNESS LSU GND
1
SA
5.5-31
JC39-00893A HARNESS-FAN EXTENSION
1
SA
5.5-32
JC63-02049B TRAY-ASF LEGAL
1
SA
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-14
Exploded View and Parts list
3
5
0
4
1
2
5.6 Reverse Unit
5-15
Exploded View and Parts list
Reverse Unit Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.6-0
JC90-00912A REVERSE
1
SA
5.6-1
JC97-03565A MEA UNIT-COVER TOP
1
SNA
5.6-2
JC96-04822A ELA UNIT-FRAME REV
1
SA
5.6-3
JC97-03146A MEA-GEAR REVERSE
1
SA
5.6-4
JC96-04814A ELA UNIT-MOTOR BRKT
1
SA
5.6-5
6003-000196
4
SNA
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-16
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
5-17
7
1
11
0
10
5
9
5
6
2
4
3
4
6
3
2
9
11
5.7 Top Cover
Exploded View and Parts list
Top Cover Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.7-0
JC97-03565A MEA UNIT-COVER TOP
1
SNA
5.7-1
JC63-01542A COVER-REVERSE TOP
1
SNA
5.7-2
JC66-01833A SHAFT-REV IDLE
2
SNA
5.7-3
JC66-00529A ROLLER-M-IDLE FEED
2
SNA
5.7-4
JC61-02449A SPRING ETC-REVERSE
2
SA
5.7-5
JC61-02218A GUIDE-PAPER REV
2
SNA
5.7-6
6107-001394
2
SA
5.7-7
JC75-00095A MEC-BRUSH ANTISTATIC
SPRING CS
1
SNA
5.7-9
JC61-00712D GUIDE-STACKER SUB
2
SNA
5.7-10
JC63-01557A GROUND REV FRONT
1
SNA
5.7-11
JC72-01472A SPONGE-PAD
2
SA
-
JC98-01581A LABEL(P)-CAUTION HOT
1
SNA
5-18
Remark
20
19
5-19
33
23
14
36
32
37
26
27
21
11
21
22
12
25
7
15
14
12
11 10
13
8
12
28
7
16
18
24
17
7
36
13
29
30
34
31
10
11
9
0
6
8
1
5
13
2
3
Exploded View and Parts list
5.8 Reverse Frame
Exploded View and Parts list
Reverse Frame Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.8-0
JC96-04822A ELA UNIT-FRAME REV
1
SA
5.8-1
JC66-00529A ROLLER-M-IDLE FEED
2
SNA
5.8-2
JC66-01833A SHAFT-REV IDLE
2
SNA
5.8-3
JC61-02217A PLATE-REVERSE
1
SNA
5.8-5
JC66-02019A ROLLER-IDLE CAM
2
SNA
5.8-6
6107-001185
SPRING-ES
2
SNA
5.8-7
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
11
SNA
5.8-8
JC75-00095A MEC-BRUSH ANTISTATIC
2
SNA
5.8-9
JC61-02199A FRAME-REVERSE
1
SNA
5.8-10
JC61-00423A BUSH-6_D
6
SA
5.8-11
6044-000125
5
SNA
5.8-12
JC72-41007A PMO-ROLLER FD F
6
SA
5.8-13
JC61-02449A SPRING ETC-REVERSE
8
SA
5.8-14
JB61-00076A SPRING ETC-TORSION DOC (CC2-F)
2
SNA
5.8-15
JC66-01621A ACTUATOR-REV_OUT
1
SNA
5.8-16
JC61-02212A HOLDER-SHAFT CAM
2
SNA
5.8-17
JC66-01618A SHAFT-CAM REV
1
SNA
5.8-18
JC66-01620A CAM-REV
2
SNA
5.8-19
JC63-01556A COVER-BOTTOM REV
1
SNA
5.8-20
JC63-01561A COVER-MIDDLE INLET
1
SNA
5.8-21
0604-001095
2
SNA
5.8-22
JC66-01622A ACTUATOR-MIDDLE
1
SNA
5.8-23
JC63-01566A GROUND-BOTTOM
1
SNA
5.8-24
JC33-00022A SOLENOID-PICK_UP
1
SA
5.8-25
JC66-01615A GEAR-REV 65/31
1
SNA
5.8-26
JC66-01631A GEAR-REV 65
1
SNA
5.8-27
JC66-00810A GEAR-EXIT_DRV17
1
SNA
5.8-28
JC63-01558A GROUND-REV MAIN
1
SNA
5.8-29
JC66-01836A ROLLER-EXIT
1
SNA
5.8-30
JC66-01835A ROLLER-MIDDLE
1
SNA
5.8-31
JC66-01834A ROLLER-REVERSE
1
SNA
5.8-32
JC66-01829A ROLLER-ACT MIDDLE
1
SNA
5.8-33
JC61-02510A GUIDE-BOTTOM REV
4
SNA
5.8-34
JC66-01614A GEAR-REMOVE
1
SNA
5.8-36
JC39-00840A REV GND HARNESS
1
SA
5.8-37
JC39-00846A HARNESS-REV-SWING
1
SA
5.8-38
JC39-00845A HARNESS-REV MOT EXIT
1
SA
RING-E
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
5-20
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
11
1
2
9
4
10
3
8
4
0
7
4
6
4
5
4
5.9 Reverse Drive
5-21
Exploded View and Parts list
Reverse Drive Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.9-0
JC96-04814A ELA UNIT-MOTOR BRKT
1
SA
5.9-1
JC31-00106A MOTOR STEP
1
SA
5.9-2
JC61-02208A BRACKET-GEAR REV
1
SNA
5.9-3
JC66-01611A
GEAR-REV 39/19
1
SNA
5.9-4
6044-000125
RING-E
5
SNA
5.9-5
JC66-01609A GEAR-REV 31
2
SNA
5.9-6
JC66-01613A GEAR-REV 37
1
SNA
5.9-7
JC66-01630A GEAR-REV 26/39
1
SNA
5.9-8
JC66-01612A GEAR-REV 39/23
1
SNA
5.9-9
JC66-01610A GEAR-REV 23
1
SNA
5.9-10
6003-000269
2
SNA
5.9-11
JC72-00825A PMO-IMPELLER-DRV
1
SNA
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-22
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
5.10 Frame
15
28
6
19
0
11
8
10
14
9
7
12
13
4
18
5
2
17
3
16
30
5
1
21
27
27
20
22
20
23
24
25
26
5-23
Exploded View and Parts list
Frame Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.10-0
JC96-04490B ELA UNIT-MAIN_FRAME
1
SNA
5.10-1
JC96-04480A ELA UNIT-FRAME_BOTTOM
1
SNA
5.10-2
JC61-01927A FRAME-LSU
1
SNA
Remark
5.10-3
JC96-04488A ELA UNIT-DEVE_CRUM
1
SA
5.10-4
JC96-04479B ELA UNIT-FRAME_TOP
1
SA
5.10-5
JC61-00423A BUSH-6_D
1
SA
5.10-6
JC96-04501A ELA UNIT-FUSER BLDC
1
SNA
5.10-7
JC61-01879A SPRING ETC-LOCK_PTB_R
1
SNA
5.10-8
JC64-00303A LOCKER-PTB_R
1
SA
5.10-9
JC61-01869A BRACKET-LOCKER_PTB_R
1
SNA
5.10-10
JC66-01300A LEVER-FUSER FRAME
1
SNA
110V
5.10-12
JC61-01855A BRACKET-LOCKER_PTB_L
1
SNA
220V
5.10-13
JC64-00304A LOCKER-PTB_L
1
SA
5.10-14
JC61-01899A SPRING ETC-LOCK_PTB_L
1
SNA
110V
5.10-15
JC96-04481A ELA UNIT-OPE_LEFT
1
SA
220V
5.10-16
JC96-04482A ELA UNIT-FRAME_LEFT
1
SNA
5.10-17
JC97-02883A MEA UNIT-COVER_OPEN
1
SA
5.10-18
JC96-04487A ELA UNIT-DUCT_FUSER
1
SA
5.10-19
JC61-01890A GUIDE-HARNESS_CABLE
1
SNA
5.10-20
JC71-00042A BAR-P_CROSS BOTTOM
2
SA
5.10-21
JC96-04485A ELA UNIT-FRAME_RIGHT
1
SNA
5.10-22
JC97-02854A MEA UNIT-FEED DRIVE
1
SA
5.10-23
JC97-02895A MEA-GEAR PICK UP
1
SA
5.10-24
JC67-00215A CAP-MAIN PICK-UP GEAR
1
SNA
5.10-25
JC33-00022A SOLENOID-PICK_UP
1
SA
5.10-26
JC61-01922A PLATE-GND-SOLENOID
1
SNA
5.10-27
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
7
SNA
5.10-28
6003-000269
SCREW-TAPTITE
49
SNA
5.10-29
JC72-01379A SPONEGE-SEALING_LSU
4
SNA
5.10-30
JC68-02050A LABEL-CAUTION
1
SNA
5-24
Exploded View and Parts list
1
0
5
2
6
4
3
5.11 Feed Drive
5-25
Exploded View and Parts list
Feed Drive Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.11-0
JC97-02854A MEA UNIT-FEED DRIVE
1
SA
5.11-1
JC66-01385A GEAR-RDCN FEED(79/39)
1
SNA
5.11-2
JC66-01383A GEAR-RDCN FEED(43/23)
1
SNA
5.11-3
JC66-01382A GEAR-RDCN FEED(35/22)
1
SNA
5.11-4
JC66-01363A GEAR-DRV MAIN PICK-UP
1
SNA
5.11-5
JC66-01384A GEAR-RDCN FEED(55/54)
1
SNA
5.11-6
JC61-01835A BRACKET-FEED DRIVE
1
SNA
5-26
Remark
5-27
15
15
30
3
11
27
32
25
10
9
7
28
8
14
2
4
12
23
13
1
5
30
0
27
32
26 30
25
43
8
15
15
6
14
22
24
18
21
15
57
16
58
15
20
59
44
65
16
31
34
15
16
47
52
19
33
63
45
34 16
48
41
60
36 42
15
51
46
49
30
65
53
30
54
16
29
38
15
55
35
40
37
39
15
15
16
61
56
59
Exploded View and Parts list
5.12 Fuser Unit
Exploded View and Parts list
Fuser Unit Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.12-0
JC91-00934A FUSER
1
SA
110V
5.12-0
JC91-00933A FUSER
1
SA
220V
5.12-1
JC63-01312A COVER-FUSER_LOWER
1
SNA
5.12-2
JC61-01933A GUIDE-INPUT
1
SNA
5.12-3
JC66-01417A LEVER-JAM_L
1
SNA
5.12-4
JC66-01416A LEVER-JAM_R
1
SNA
5.12-5
JC66-01412B ROLLER-PRESSURE
1
SA
5.12-6
JC61-01917A BRACKET-PR_R
1
SNA
5.12-7
JC61-01916A BRACKET-PR_L
1
SNA
5.12-8
6601-001341
2
SA
5.12-9
JC63-01308A GROUND-PR
1
SNA
5.12-10
JC63-01335A GROUND-PR_SUB
1
SNA
5.12-11
JC66-01404A ACTUATOR-FUSER
1
SA
5.12-12
JC61-01938A GUIDE-ACTUATOR
2
SNA
5.12-13
JC61-70903A SPRING ETC-ACTUATOR
1
SA
5.12-14
6107-001323
SPRING-ES
2
SA
5.12-15
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
24
SNA
5.12-16
6003-000269
SCREW-TAPTITE
6
SNA
5.12-18
JC61-01915A BRACKET-FUSER
1
SNA
5.12-19
JC61-01931A HOLDER-BRACKET
4
SNA
5.12-20
JC61-01921A SUPPORT-BRACKET
1
SNA
5.12-21
6107-001324
4
SA
5.12-22
JC66-01413C DRUM-FUSER_BELT
1
SA
5.12-23
JC66-01411A
ROLLER-HEAT
1
SA
5.12-24
4713-001229
LAMP-HALOGEN
1
SA
220V
5.12-24
4713-001228
LAMP-HALOGEN
1
SA
110V
5.12-25
JC61-01928A BUSH-HR
2
SNA
5.12-26
JC66-01405A GEAR-FUSER
1
SA
5.12-27
6601-001478
2
SNA
5.12-28
JC66-01410C ROLLER-FUSER
1
SA
5.12-29
6044-000231
RING-E
1
SA
5.12-30
6044-000125
RING-E
7
SNA
5.12-31
JC61-01918A BRACKET-HR
1
SNA
5.12-32
6601-001479
BEARING-BALL
2
SA
5.12-33
1404-001486
THERMISTOR-NTC ASSY
1
SA
5.12-34
JC61-01920A HOLDER-LAMP
2
SNA
5.12-35
4712-001046
THERMOSTAT
1
SA
5.12-36
JC63-01311A
COVER-FUSER_UPPER
1
SNA
5.12-37
JC61-01919A BRACKET-FU_DRIVE
1
SNA
BEARING-BALL
SPRING-ES
BEARING-BALL
5-28
Exploded View and Parts list
Fuser Unit Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.12-38
JC66-01406A GEAR-IDLE Z15
1
SA
5.12-39
JC66-01407A GEAR-IDLE Z39
1
SA
5.12-40
JC63-01309A GROUND-UPPER
1
SNA
5.12-41
JC63-01307A GROUND-LOWER
1
SNA
5.12-42
JC61-01929A HOLDER-CONNECTOR
1
SNA
5.12-43
JC39-00667A HARNESS-FUSER DRAW_F,CLP-660
1
SNA
220V
5.12-43
JC39-00668A HARNESS-FUSER DRAW_F,CLP-660
1
SNA
110V
5.12-44
JC61-01934A GUIDE-OUTPUT
1
SNA
5.12-45
JC66-00608A ROLLER-EXIT IDLE
11
SNA
5.12-46
JC63-01310A GROUND-EXIT
1
SNA
5.12-47
JC61-00423A BUSH-6_D
1
SA
5.12-48
JC61-70911A
4
SNA
5.12-49
JC61-02853A HOLDER-EXIT
4
SNA
5.12-51
JC66-02112A
PMO-ROLLER FD F
4
SA
5.12-52
JC66-02111A
ROLLER-EXIT
1
SA
5.12-53
JC66-00782A GEAR-_M_EXIT
1
SNA
5.12-54
JC61-01935A GUIDE-DUPLEX
1
SNA
5.12-55
JC64-00311A
HANDLE-FUSER_R
1
SNA
5.12-56
JC64-00309A LOCKER-FUSER_R
1
SNA
5.12-57
JC64-00312A HANDLE-FUSER_L
1
SNA
5.12-58
JC64-00310A LOCKER-FUSER_L
1
SNA
5.12-59
JC61-00550A SPRING ETC-DEVE REAR
2
SNA
5.12-60
JC61-01930A HOLDER-HARNESS
1
SNA
5.12-61
6003-000282
SCREW-TAPTITE
2
SNA
5.12-63
6003-000267
SCREW-TAPTITE
2
SA
5.12-64
JC39-01049A HARNESS-FUSER GND
1
SA
5.12-65
JC61-00884A BUSH-6_D(L)
2
SA
5.12-66
JC61-02657A HOLDER-THERMISTOR
1
SA
SPRING ETC-EXIT ROLL FD
5-29
Exploded View and Parts list
13
21
1
0
2
10
3
7
11
5
4
12
10
6
8
14
9
15
16
19
17
18
21
22
20
5.13 Fuser Drive
5-30
Exploded View and Parts list
Fuser Drive Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.13-0
JC96-04501B ELA UNIT-FUSER BLDC
1
SNA
5.13-1
JC61-01859A BRACKET-FUSER DRIVE L
1
SNA
5.13-2
JC66-01371A GEAR-IDLE EXIT
2
SNA
5.13-3
JC66-01393A GEAR-IDLE DEVE
1
SNA
5.13-4
JC66-01392A GEAR-RDCN FU
1
SNA
5.13-5
JC66-01368A GEAR-IDLE DEVE
1
SNA
5.13-6
JC66-01386A GEAR-RDCN FU
1
SNA
5.13-7
JC66-01387A GEAR-RDCN FU
1
SNA
5.13-8
JC66-01388A GEAR-RDCN FU
1
SNA
5.13-9
JC66-01381A GEAR-RDCN EXIT
1
SNA
5.13-10
JC61-00699A BUSH-D6/L4
2
SA
110V
5.13-11
JC66-01341A SHAFT-CLUTCH FU
1
SNA
220V
5.13-12
JC66-01366A GEAR-IDLE DEVE
1
SNA
5.13-13
JC47-00006D CLUTCH-BK DEVE
1
SNA
110V
5.13-14
JC66-01362A GEAR-DRV FU
1
SNA
220V
5.13-15
JC66-01070A LATCH-M-HUB CLUTCH
1
SNA
5.13-16
JC66-01155A
1
SA
5.13-17
JC61-01860A BRACKET-FUSER DRIVE R
GEAR-FUSER RDCN OUT V
1
SNA
5.13-18
JC31-00076A MOTOR STEP
1
SA
5.13-19
JC61-01851A GUIDE-FUSER R
1
SNA
5.13-20
6003-000301
SCREW-TAPTITE
2
SNA
5.13-21
6003-000269
SCREW-TAPTITE
7
SNA
5.13-22
JC72-00825A PMO-IMPELLER_DRV
1
SNA
5-31
25
6
10
14
5-32
11
45
43
17
12
53
0
26
27
8
7
41
21
20
5
4
16
9
19
51
45
10
46
37
44
36
19
38
31
52
55-2
59
24
55-1
29
22
33
23
7
40
42
7
30
47
48
1
49
18
50
8
2
32
75
34
15
35
54
67
39
69
74
68
76
63
70
72
69
65
71
73
64
Exploded View and Parts list
5.14 PTB
Exploded View and Parts list
PTB Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.14-0
JC96-04406A ELA UNIT-PTB SET_DUPLEX
1
SA
5.14-1
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
10
SNA
5.14-2
6003-000282
SCREW-TAPTITE
16
SNA
-
6043-001097
PIN-SPRING
2
SNA
5.14-4
6107-001364
SPRING-CS
2
SNA
5.14-5
6107-001365
SPRING-CS
8
SNA
5.14-6
6107-001316
SPRING-ES
2
SNA
5.14-7
JC61-00699A BUSH-D6/L4
3
SA
5.14-8
JC61-00884A BUSH-6_D(L)
2
SNA
5.14-9
JC61-01092A HOLDER-M-TENSION
2
SNA
5.14-10
JC61-01093A HOLDER-M-TRANSFER
8
SNA
5.14-11
JC61-01678A SPRING ETC-DEV_FRONT
2
SNA
5.14-12
JC61-01754A PLATE-SAW FUSER
3
SNA
-
JC61-01820A HOLDER-PAPER C,L
1
SNA
5.14-14
JC61-01821A HOLDER-PAPER C,R
1
SNA
5.14-15
JC61-01822A HOLDER-DRAW
1
SNA
5.14-16
JC61-01823A FRAME-PTB
1
SNA
5.14-17
JC61-01824A FRAME-DUMMY,L
1
SNA
5.14-18
JC61-01825A FRAME-DUMMY,R
1
SNA
5.14-19
JC61-01826A GUIDE-BELT
1
SNA
5.14-20
JC61-01827A GUIDE-DRIVE
2
SNA
5.14-21
JC61-01828A PLATE-DUMMY TENSION
1
SNA
5.14-22
JC61-01829A PLATE-GROUND BACKUP
1
SNA
5.14-23
JC61-01830A PLATE-GROUND PTB
1
SNA
5.14-24
JC61-01831A PLATE-GROUND TENSION
1
SNA
5.14-25
JC61-01832A PLATE-HV PCR
1
SNA
5.14-26
JC61-01833A PLATE-HV TR_M
2
SNA
5.14-27
JC61-01834A PLATE-HV TR_Y
2
SNA
-
JC61-02179A PLATE-GND RESISTANCE
1
SNA
5.14-29
JC62-00163A SEAL-WASTE BOTTOM
1
SNA
5.14-30
JC62-00166A SEAL-WASTE FILM
1
SNA
5.14-31
JC62-00355A SEAL-BLADE PTB,L
1
SNA
5.14-32
JC62-00356A SEAL-BLADE PTB,R
1
SNA
5.14-33
JC62-00357A SEAL-BRKT PTB,L
1
SNA
5.14-34
JC62-00358A SEAL-BRKT PTB,R
1
SNA
5.14-35
JC63-01267A COVER-DUPLEX GEAR
1
SNA
5.14-36
JC63-01268A COVER-UPPER PTB
1
SNA
5.14-37
JC63-01269A COVER-HANDLE INNER
1
SNA
5.14-38
JC63-01270A COVER-WASTE TONER,L
1
SNA
5-33
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
PTB Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.14-39
JC63-01271A COVER-WASTE TONER,U
1
SNA
5.14-40
JC64-00296A HANDLE-LOCKER PTB
1
SNA
5.14-41
JC64-00297A LOCKER-PTB,L
1
SNA
5.14-42
JC64-00298A LOCKER-PTB,R
1
SNA
5.14-43
JC66-00918A ROLLER-PAPER CHARGE
1
SNA
5.14-44
JC66-00920A ROLLER-TENSION,PTB
1
SNA
5.14-45
JC66-00922B ROLLER-TRANSFER
4
SNA
5.14-46
JC66-01089A SHAFT-P-LOCKBAR REAR
1
SNA
5.14-47
JC66-01322A GEAR-DUPDRIVE Z34
1
SNA
5.14-48
JC66-01323A GEAR-DUPIDLE Z33
1
SNA
5.14-49
JC66-01324A GEAR-DUPRDCN Z2923
1
SNA
5.14-50
JC66-01325A GEAR-DUPIDLE Z21
2
SNA
5.14-51
JC66-01331A ROLLER-DRIVE PTB
1
SNA
5.14-52
JC66-01332A ROLLER-BACKUPCLEAN
1
SNA
5.14-53
JC66-01333A DRUM-PTB BELT
1
SNA
5.14-54
JC67-00213A COUPLER-PTB
1
SNA
5.14-55
JC97-02247B MEA UNIT-CLEANING PTB
1
SNA
5.14-55-1
JC61-01109A
1
SNA
5.14-55-2
JC61-01280B BLADE-CLEANING PTB
1
SNA
-
JC92-02182A PBA SUB-PTB CRUM
1
SNA
5.14-59
JC32-00006A SENSOR-CTD
2
SA
-
JC39-00664A HARNESS-PTB DRAW_P
1
SNA
-
JC39-00653A HARNESS-ACR_SENSOR
1
SNA
5.14-62
2009-001197
1
SNA
5.14-63
JC97-02898A MEA UNIT-DUPLEX
1
SNA
BRACKET-P-CLN,PTB
R-METAL GLAZE
5.14-64
6602-001084
BELT-TIMING GEAR
1
SA
5.14-65
JC61-00665A BUSH-M-FEED, DUP
4
SA
-
JC61-01277A SPRING ETC-DUP
2
SA
5.14-67
JC61-01839A GUIDE-ALIGN-DUP
1
SNA
5.14-68
JC63-01297A GROUND-ALIGN_DUP
1
SNA
5.14-69
JC66-00444A SHAFT-IDLE ROLL, DUP
2
SA
5.14-70
JC66-01923A ROLLER-M-IDLE_DUP
2
SNA
5.14-71
JC66-00900A PULLEY-M-18-DUMMY_DUP
2
SA
5.14-72
JC66-01906A ROLLER-FEED_DUP
2
SNA
5.14-73
JC66-01400A GEAR
2
SNA
5.14-74
JC67-00205A BRUSH-DUPLEX
2
SNA
5.14-75
JC70-00457A ICT-STUD PAPER GUIDE, DP
3
SA
5.14-76
JK72-00058A PCT-SILP WASHER
4
SNA
5-34
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
5.15 Scan Ass’y
0
(DADF)
4
19
(Refer to 5.16)
18
2
1
9
9
8
8
7
6
11
12
10
14
7
6
11
17
15
16
12
10
13
13
5-35
Exploded View and Parts list
Scan Ass’y Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.15-0
JC96-05541A ELA HOU-SCAN
1
SA
110V
5.15-0
JC97-03576A SCANNER-ICON
1
SA
220V
5.15-1
JC96-05532A ELA HOU-PLATEN
1
SA
5.15-1
JC96-05529A ELA HOU-OPE
1
SA
110V
5.15-2
JC97-03577A ELA HOU-OPE
1
SA
220V
5.15-4
JC96-05540A ELA HOU-DADF
1
SA
5.15-6
JC61-02214A SUPPORT-SCAN
2
SNA
5.15-7
JC61-02448A SPRING ETC-SUPPORT
2
SA
5.15-8
JC66-01830A SHAFT-HINGE SCAN
2
SNA
5.15-9
6044-000125
2
SNA
5.15-10
JC61-02491A SUPPORT-DAMPER
RING-E
2
SNA
5.15-11
JC61-02511A
2
SA
5.15-12
JC66-01907A SHAFT-DAMPER HINGE
2
SNA
5.15-13
6044-000159
2
SNA
5.15-14
JC63-01564B COVER-OUTBIN
1
SNA
5.15-15
JC66-01624A ACTUATOR-OUT_FULL
1
SNA
5.15-16
JB61-00076A SPRING ETC-TORSION DOC (CC2-F)
1
SNA
110V
5.15-17
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
1
SNA
220V
5.15-18
JC97-02779B MEA UNIT-HINGE
1
SNA
110V
5.15-19
JC97-03038B MEA UNIT-HINGE_DADF
1
SA
220V
SPRING ETC-DAMPER
RING-C
5-36
Option Unit
1-2
(DADF 5.15.19)
1-8
1-9
1-3
1-1
5-37
1-6
1-5
1-4
1-7
1-9
1-2
1-10
1-11
1
2
(DADF 5.15.18)
2-5
2-7
2-8
2-4
2-6
2-3
Exploded View and Parts list
5.16 Hinge Unit
Exploded View and Parts list
Hinge Unit Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.16-1
JC97-03038B MEA UNIT-HINGE_DADF
1
SA
5.16-1-1
JC61-02224B HINGE-PLATEN
1
SNA
5.16-1-2
JC61-01432A HINGE-M_LINK L
2
SNA
5.16-1-3
JC61-02223A HINGE-SLIDER
1
SNA
5.16-1-4
6107-001354
2
SA
110V
5.16-1-5
JC61-02248B HINGE-SCAN
1
SNA
220V
5.16-1-6
JC61-02183A HOUSING-HINGE_SCAN
1
SNA
5.16-1-7
JC66-01811A
2
SNA
5.16-1-8
JC66-01810A SHAFT-HINGE
1
SNA
5.16-1-9
JC61-01686A BUSH-4D_FE
2
SNA
5.16-1-10
JC63-01568A GROUND-HINGE
1
SNA
5.16-1-11
6044-000159
1
SNA
5.16-2
JC97-02997B MEA UNIT-HINGE
1
SA
5.16-2-3
6044-000159
RING-C
1
SNA
5.16-2-4
6107-001303
SPRING-CS
2
SNA
5.16-2-5
JB70-00236A ICT-HINGE SHAFT
1
SNA
110V
SPRING-CS
SHAFT-LINK
RING-C
Option Unit
5.16-2-6
JC66-01991B CAM-HINGE_ADF
1
SNA
220V
5.16-2-7
JC61-00696C HINGE-FRAME
1
SNA
110V
5.16-2-8
JC61-00697A HINGE-M-PPRESSURE
1
SNA
220V
5-38
Exploded View and Parts list
5.17 OPE
0
4
5
13
17
16
1
15
8
19
6
18
9
14
10
7
22
12
11
23
21
3
20
24
25
5-39
Exploded View and Parts list
OPE 4in1 Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.17-0
JC97-03577A OPE-COVER
1
SA
5.17-1
JC63-02170A COVER-OPE
1
SNA
DEL
5.17-1
JC63-02170B COVER-OPE
1
SNA
DEH
5.17-3
JC63-01510A COVER-LCD
1
SNA
5.17-4
JC63-00999A SHEET-ONETOUCH
1
SA
5.17-5
JC68-01639A LABEL-ONETOUCH
1
SA
5.17-6
JC64-00239E KEY-M_TEL
1
SNA
5.17-7
JC64-00245E KEY-M_MODE COPY
1
SNA
5.17-8
JC64-00244A KEY-M_BLACK
1
SNA
5.17-9
JC64-00242A KEY-M_STOP CLEAR
1
SNA
5.17-10
JC64-00259A KEY-M-START COLOR
1
SNA
5.17-11
JC64-00243A KEY-M_START BLACK
1
SA
5.17-12
JC64-00249E KEY-M_ON HOOK
1
SNA
5.17-13
JC67-00265A LENS LED-STATUS
1
SNA
5.17-14
JC64-00248E KEY-M_MENU
1
SNA
5.17-15
JC64-00247D KEY-M_MODE SCAN
1
SNA
5.17-16
JC64-00245E KEY-M_MODE COPY
1
SNA
5.17-17
JC64-00246D KEY-M_MODE FAX
1
SNA
5.17-18
JC64-00241E KEY-M_FAX
1
SNA
5.17-19
JC64-00250D KEY-M_ONETOUCH
1
SNA
5.17-20
JC73-00261A RUBBER-TEL
1
SA
5.17-21
JC73-00230A RUBBER-MENU
1
SNA
5.17-22
JC73-00233A RUBBER-MODE
1
SNA
5.17-23
JC73-00262A RUBBER-ONETOUCH
1
SA
5.17-24
JC92-01951A PBA-OPE
1
SA
5.17-25
6003-000196
9
SNA
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-40
5-41
2-7
2-4
3
2-3
2-5
2-6
2-2
0
2-1
3
2
1
1-22
1-24
1-29
1-25
1-26
1-27
1-17
3
1-21
1-23
1-20
1-2
3
1-28
1-19
1-32
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-18
1-2
1-31
1-15
1-30
1-7
1-33
1-2-1
1-2-9
1-2-4
1-2-5
1-8
1-1
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-14
1-13
1-16
1-2-6
1-2-7
1-2-2
1-2-8
1-2-3
Exploded View and Parts list
5.18 Platen Ass’y
Exploded View and Parts list
Platen Ass’y Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.18-0
JC96-05532A ELA HOU-PLATEN
1
SA
5.18-1
JC96-05536A ELA HOU-SCAN LOWER
1
SA
5.18-1-1
JC63-01505B COVER-SCAN LOWER
1
SNA
5.18-1-2
JC96-05285A ELA HOU-BRACKET MOTOR
1
SA
5.18-1-2-2
6003-000269
SCREW-TAPITE
1
SNA
5.18-1-2-3
6044-000125
RING-E
2
SNA
5.18-1-2-4
JB66-00083A GEAR-IDLE
1
SNA
5.18-1-2-5
JB72-00764A PMO-HOLDER BELT
1
SNA
5.18-1-2-6
JC31-00104A MOTOR STEP
1
SA
5.18-1-2-7
JC61-02747A BRACKET-MOTOR
1
SA
5.18-1-2-8
JC66-00530A GEAR-REDUCTION73/37
1
SA
5.18-1-2-9
JC66-00531A GEAR-TIMING
1
SA
5.18-1-3
JC63-01565A GROUND-CONNECTION
1
SNA
5.18-1-4
6107-001135
1
SNA
5.18-1-5
JC72-00755A PMO-LEVER SENSOR
SPRING-CS
1
SA
5.18-1-6
JC63-01559A GROUND-SCAN LOWER
1
SNA
5.18-1-7
JC39-00848A HARNESS-SCAN
1
SA
5.18-1-8
JC92-01952A PBA-SCAN
1
SA
5.18-1-9
JC39-00849A HARNESS-OPE
1
SA
5.18-1-10
JB70-00154A ICT-INSERT SHAFT
1
SNA
5.18-1-11
JB72-00763A PMO-PULLEY
1
SNA
5.18-1-12
6602-001067
BELT-TIMING GEAR
1
SNA
5.18-1-13
JB72-00764A PMO-HOLDER BELT
1
SNA
5.18-1-14
6044-000125
3
SNA
5.18-1-15
JB61-00059A SPRING ETC-BELT
1
SA
5.18-1-16
JC39-00858A FLAT CABLE
1
SNA
5.18-1-17
JC96-04605A ELA UNIT-CCDM MIDDLE
1
SA
5.18-1-18
JB70-00145A ICT-SHAFT CCD
1
SNA
5.18-1-19
JC39-00857A HARNESS-BIN FULL
1
SA
5.18-1-20
JC63-01552B COVER-ADF LOCK UP
1
SNA
5.18-1-21
6107-001363
1
SA
5.18-1-22
JC66-01750A LINK-SCAN LOCK
1
SNA
5.18-1-23
JC66-01832A SHAFT-SCAN LOCK
1
SNA
5.18-1-24
6044-000159
RING-C
1
SNA
5.18-1-25
JC61-02449A SPRING ETC-REVERSE
1
SA
RING-E
SPRING-CS
5.18-1-26
JC66-01888A LEVER-SCAN LOCK
1
SNA
5.18-1-27
JC63-01555B COVER-ADF LOCK LO
1
SNA
5.18-1-28
JC61-02216A PLATE-ADF LOCK
1
SNA
5.18-1-29
JC66-01831A SHAFT-ADF LOCK
1
SNA
5-42
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
Platen Ass’y Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.18-1-30
JC68-01998A LABEL-INFORMATION
1
SNA
5.18-1-31
JC39-00850A HARNESS-DADF LOWER
1
SA
5.18-1-32
0604-001095
3
SNA
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
5.18-2
JC97-03561A MEA-SCAN UPPER
1
SNA
5.18-2-1
JC63-01506B COVER-SCAN UPPER
1
SNA
5.18-2-2
JC97-03093C MEA-SCAN DUMMY UPPER
1
SA
5.18-2-3
JC66-01523D LEVER-LOCKER
1
SA
5.18-2-4
JC61-01987A BRACKET-LOCKER
1
SNA
5.18-2-5
6002-000440
2
SNA
SCREW-TAPPING
5.18-2-6
JB70-00148A IPR-HOLDER GLASS
2
SA
5.18-2-7
JC01-00001A GLASS-SCAN
1
SA
5.18-3
6003-000196
4
SNA
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-43
Remark
5-1-5
2
5-1-2
5-1-3
5-1-1
5-1-4
5-1
5-1
5
3
7
8
4
5-44
1
7
6
7-6
0
7-1
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
Exploded View and Parts list
5.19 DADF Ass’y
Exploded View and Parts list
DADF Ass’y Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.19-0
JC96-05540A ELA HOU-DADF
1
SA
5.19-1
JC96-05535A ELA HOU-COVER PLATEN
1
SA
5.19-2
JC63-02168A COVER-HANDLE_PLATEN
1
SNA
5.19-3
JC96-05537A ELA HOU-DADF LOWER
1
SA
5.19-4
JC96-04816A ELA HOU-DADF DRV
1
SA
5.19-5
JC96-05534A ELA HOU-DADF UPPER
1
SA
5.19-5-1
JC97-03069A MEA UNIT-DADF RUBBER
1
SA
5.19-5-1-1
JC61-00744A HOLDER-M-ADF RUBBER UPPER
1
SNA
5.19-5-1-2
JC61-00387A SPRING ETC-PAD
1
SNA
5.19-5-1-3
JC63-00186A SHEET-GUIDE ADF
1
SA
5.19-5-1-4
JB73-00052A RMO-ADF RUBBER
1
SNA
5.19-5-1-5
JC73-00079A RPR-SEAL SIDE
1
SNA
5.19-6
JC63-01606C COVER-DADF_R
1
SNA
5.19-7
JC97-03559A MEA UNIT-COVER OPEN
1
SA
5.19-7-1
JC63-02171A COVER-OPEN
1
SNA
5.19-7-2
JC97-03070A MEA UNIT-PICK UP DADF
1
SA
5.19-7-3
JB72-00819A PMO-BUSH
1
SNA
5.19-7-4
JC97-03060A MEA UNIT-STOPPER
1
SA
5.19-7-5
6003-000196
2
SNA
5.19-7-6
JC61-00788A GUIDE-M_DOC SENSOR
2
SNA
5.19-8
JC63-00998E COVER-M_ADF CONNECTOR
1
SNA
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-45
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
5.20 Platen Cover DADF
0
3
5
4
6
7
2
8
1
9
10
11
13
14
12
15
16
18
17
5-46
Exploded View and Parts list
Platen Cover DADF Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.20-0
JC96-05535A ELA HOU-COVER PLATEN
1
SA
5.20-1
JC63-01623C COVER-PLATEN
1
SNA
5.20-2
JC61-02418C GUIDE-EXTENSION
1
SNA
5.20-3
JC97-03560A MEA-TX STACKER
1
SA
5.20-4
JC33-00031A SOLENOID-LIFTING
1
SA
5.20-5
JC69-01327A PAD-SOLENOID
1
SNA
5.20-6
JC66-01774A LEVER-LIFTING_EXIT
1
SNA
5.20-7
JC92-01954A PBA-DADF
1
SA
5.20-8
6502-001093
1
SNA
5.20-9
JC63-01660A GROUND-PLATEN
1
SA
5.20-10
JC66-01749A LEVER-JAM_FEED
2
SNA
5.20-11
JC61-02427A SPRING ETC-FEED IDLE
2
SNA
5.20-12
JC66-01764A ROLLER-IDLE
4
SNA
5.20-13
JC61-02429A SPRING ETC-MID IDLE
4
SNA
5.20-14
JC66-01022A ROLLER-M_IDLE SCF
4
SA
5.20-15
JC66-01817A SHAFT-FEED IDLE
1
SNA
5.20-16
JC63-00209B SHEET-WHITE SPONGE
1
SNA
5.20-17
JC72-01440A SPONGE-PLATEN DUMMY
1
SNA
5.20-18
JC72-01439A SPONGE-DADF PLATEN
1
SNA
CABLE CLAMP
5-47
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
5.21 DADF lower
0
18
20
19
17
14
11 10
4
5
8
7
21
15
16
10
13
13
12
8
9
1
16
6
3
4
5
2
5-48
Exploded View and Parts list
DADF lower Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
5.21-0
JC96-05537A ELA HOU-DADF LOWER
1
SA
5.21-1
JC63-01589A COVER-DADF_LOWER
1
SNA
5.21-2
JC61-01179A
PLATE-M_WHITE BAR
1
SNA
5.21-3
6107-001135
SPRING-CS
2
SNA
5.21-4
6044-000125
RING-E
10
SNA
5.21-5
JC61-00423A BUSH-6_D
6
SA
5.21-6
JC63-01662A GROUND-FEED EXIT
1
SA
5.21-7
JC63-01661A GROUND-DADF
1
SA
5.21-8
JC66-01755A GEAR-FEED IDLE D
2
SA
5.21-9
JC97-03085A MEA-GEAR FEED
1
SA
5.21-10
JC66-01757A GEAR-EXIT
2
SA
5.21-11
JC66-01754A GEAR-FEED IDLE C
1
SA
5.21-12
JC66-01766A ACTUATOR-FEED
1
SNA
5.21-13
0604-001095
2
SNA
5.21-14
JC66-01823A ROLLER-FEED
1
SA
5.21-15
JC66-01762A ACTUATOR-REGI
1
SNA
5.21-16
JB61-00076A SPRING ETC-TORSION DOC (CC2-F)
2
SNA
5.21-17
JC66-01822A ROLLER-MIDDLE
1
SA
5.21-18
JC63-01597E COVER-DADF_MIDDLE
1
SNA
5.21-19
JC66-01824A ROLLER-EXIT
1
SA
5.21-20
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
2
SNA
5.21-21
6044-000001
RING-CS
2
SA
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
5-49
Remark
Exploded View and Parts list
5
13
4
7
0
7
14
6
3
21
20
19
16
8
3
17
12
15
11
1
10
9
2
5.22 DADF Motor
5-50
Exploded View and Parts list
DADF Motor Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.22-0
JC96-04816A ELA HOU-DADF DRV
1
SA
5.22-1
JC61-02386A BRACKET-DRIVE DADF
1
SNA
5.22-2
JC31-00096A MOTOR STEP
1
SA
5.22-3
JC33-00030A SOLENOID-DADF
2
SA
110V
5.22-4
JC66-01758A GEAR-PICKUP IDLE
1
SA
220V
5.22-5
JC61-02278A BRACKET-SWING
1
SNA
5.22-6
JC66-01753A GEAR-FEED IDLE B
1
SA
5.22-7
JC66-01754A GEAR-FEED IDLE C
2
SA
5.22-8
JC66-01752A GEAR-FEED IDLE A
1
SA
5.22-9
JC66-01759A GEAR-PICKUP IDLE LOW
1
SA
5.22-10
JC61-02240A COLLAR-PICKUP
1
SNA
5.22-11
6107-001171
1
SNA
5.22-12
JC66-01760A GEAR-PICKUP IDLE UP
1
SA
5.22-13
6044-000231
RING-E
4
SA
5.22-14
0604-001095
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
1
SNA
110V
5.22-15
6502-000132
CABLE CLAMP
2
SNA
220V
5.22-16
6003-000269
SCREW-TAPTITE
6
SNA
110V
5.22-17
JC39-00852A HARNESS-DADF MOTOR
1
SA
220V
5.22-19
JC39-00855A HARNESS-DADF REGI SOL
1
SA
SPRING-TS
5.22-20
6302-001056
GASKET
1
SA
5.22-21
JF70-10616A
IPR-WASHER SPRING CU
1
SA
5-51
Option Unit
41
14
44
42
41
21
12
40
1
18
39
16
22
10
5-52
20
15
27
19
6
17
46
24
7
9
37
8
13
44
11
42
38
23
36
23
35
39
5
28
44
40 29
30 31
25
2
41
32
4
43
33
42
34
26
3
0
41
Exploded View and Parts list
5.23 Cassette
Exploded View and Parts list
Cassette Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.23-0
JC96-04498A ELA HOU-UNIT_CASSETTE
1
SA
5.23-1
JC97-02897A MEA UNIT-REGISTRATION
1
SA
5.23-2
JC97-02888A MEA-KNOCK_UP_PLATE
1
SNA
5.23-3
JC97-02887A MEA-GUIDE_EXETENSION
1
SA
5.23-4
JC97-02889A MEA UNIT-GEAR_BASE
1
SNA
5.23-5
JC97-02893A MEA-GEAR PICKUP_MP
1
SA
5.23-6
JC97-02885A MEA-COVER_CASSETTE
1
SA
5.23-7
JC97-02892A MEA-HOLDER PAD_MP
1
SA
5.23-8
JC97-02891A MEA-KNOCK_UPP LATE_MP
1
SNA
5.23-9
JC96-02686B ELA UNIT-ROLLER P/UP MP
1
SA
5.23-10
JC97-02890A MEA-GUIDE PAPER DUP
1
SA
110V
5.23-11
JC97-03077A MEA-HOLDER_PAD_SHEET
1
SA
220V
5.23-12
JC72-01003A PMO-IDLE PICK UP MP
2
SA
5.23-13
JC66-01348A SHAFT-MP_PICK_UP
1
SA
110V
5.23-14
JC63-01286A COVER-DRAW_CONNECTOR
1
SNA
220V
5.23-15
JC39-00659A HARNESS-MPDRA WER_MP
1
SNA
5.23-16
JC63-01282A GROUND-REGI_BRKT
1
SNA
5.23-17
JC66-01403A ACTUATOR-FEED_EMPTY
1
SA
5.23-18
0604-001095
1
SNA
5.23-19
JC61-01865A GUIDE-PAPER_MPF
1
SNA
5.23-20
JC66-01347A ROLLER-FEED
1
SA
5.23-21
JC72-00972A PMO-PLATE_LOCKER
1
SNA
5.23-22
JG61-70531A SPRING ETC-LOCKER,PLATE
1
SNA
5.23-23
6107-001166
2
SNA
5.23-24
JC70-00300A ADJUST-M-CASSETTE_L
1
SNA
5.23-25
JC70-00301A ADJUST-M-CASSETTE_R
1
SNA
5.23-26
JC61-01940A PLATE-GND_KNOCKUP
1
SNA
5.23-27
JC63-01291A SHEET-MPF
1
SNA
5.23-28
JC61-01923A PLATE-GND-BRKT-GEAR
1
SNA
110V
5.23-29
JC61-01128A
HOLDER-_M_GEAR REGI
1
SNA
220V
5.23-30
6107-001249
SPRING-CS
1
SNA
5.23-31
JC66-00774A GEAR-M-REGI
1
SA
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
SPRING-CS
5.23-32
JC61-01127A
1
SNA
5.23-33
JC63-01285A COVER-GEAR_BOX
HOLDER-_M_CLUTCH GEAR
1
SNA
5.23-34
JC33-00022A SOLENOID-PICK_UP
1
SA
5.23-35
JC66-01355A LEVER-LINK_INDICATOR
1
SNA
5.23-36
JG66-40003A GEAR-PINION
1
SNA
5.23-37
JC66-00764A ROLLER-IDLE FEED
2
SA
5.23-38
JC61-01274A SPRING ETC-ROLLER
2
SNA
5-53
Option Unit
Exploded View and Parts list
Cassette Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
PMO-BEARING SHAFT
QT'y Service
Remark
5.23-39
JC72-41191B
2
SA
110V
5.23-40
JC61-00699A BUSH-D6/L4
2
SA
220V
5.23-41
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTITE
10
SNA
110V
5.23-42
6044-000125
RING-E
3
SNA
220V
5.23-43
JC61-01856A FRAME-CASSETTE
1
SNA
5-54
35
8
42
32
0
33
5-55
43
(Top View)
34
31
30
7
9
3
36
38
10
14
41
40
15
11 12
13
39
16
26
1
37
17
18
21
19
25
20
18
2
22
24
19
4
6
23
(Bottom View)
22
27
29
29
28
5
Exploded View and Parts list
5.24 SCF Unit
Exploded View and Parts list
SCF Unit Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.24-0
JC96-05547A ELA HOU-UNIT_SCF
5.24-1
JC96-04019A ELA UNIT-IDLE_SCF
1
SA
5.24-2
JC97-02233A MEA UNIT-P/UP_HOUSING
1
SA
5.24-3
JC97-02691A MEA UNIT-GEAR_PICK_UP
1
SA
5.24-4
JC81-03458A AS-UNIT_FEED1
1
SA
5.24-5
JC96-02127A ELA HOU-CST SENSOR HAWK16
1
SA
5.24-6
JC97-01401A MEA UNIT-TERMINAL:TR
6
SA
5.24-7
JC96-03956A ELA UNIT-MOTOR SCF
1
SA
5.24-8
JC96-04954A ELA HOU-CASSETTE
1
SA
5.24-9
JC66-01262A GEAR-FEED
1
SA
5.24-10
JC66-01277A SHAFT-PICK UP_SCF
1
SA
110V
5.24-11
6044-000001
RING-CS
1
SNA
220V
5.24-12
JC61-01743A HOLDER-PICK_UP_SCF
1
SNA
5.24-13
6107-001170
SPRING-TS
1
SA
110V
5.24-14
6044-000125
RING-E
5
SNA
220V
5.24-15
JC66-01276A SHAFT-FEED_SCF
1
SA
5.24-16
JC63-01137A
GROUND-P_MOTOR_SCF
1
SNA
5.24-17
JC63-01163A
SHEET-GUIDE_PATH
1
SA
5.24-18
JC61-01579A HOLDER-P-REGI
2
SNA
5.24-19
JC66-10202A BEARING-PICK UP
2
SA
5.24-20
JC67-00204A BRUSH-PICK
1
SNA
5.24-21
JC63-01136A
1
SNA
5.24-22
JC61-40001A FOOT-ML80
2
SA
5.24-23
JC63-01140A
1
SNA
5.24-24
JC61-01904A PLATE-GND_REAR_TOP
1
SNA
5.24-25
JC61-01903A PLATE-GND_FRAME_SCF
1
SNA
5.24-26
JC63-01141A
1
SNA
5.24-27
JC72-01355A PMO-REMOVE_LOCK_CST
1
SA
5.24-28
JC63-00675A GROUND-P-PAPER_SIZE
1
SNA
110V
5.24-29
JC71-00042A BAR-P_CROSS
2
SA
220V
5.24-30
JC63-00686B COVER-M-DUMMY_SCF
1
SA
5.24-31
JC70-11028A
1
SNA
5.24-32
JC72-00992A PMO-ACTUATOR EMPTY,SCF
1
SA
5.24-33
0604-001095
1
SA
5.24-34
JC63-01539A COVER-FRONT_SCF
1
SA
5.24-35
JC63-01538A COVER-LEFT_SCF
1
SA
5.24-36
JC33-00012A SOLENOID-MAIN
1
SA
5.24-37
JC63-01537A COVER-RIGHT_SCF
1
SA
5.24-38
JC61-01902A FRAME-SCF
1
SNA
5.24-39
6003-000196
23
SA
GROUND-P_FRONT_BOTTOM
GROUND-P_REAR_BOTTOM
GROUND-P_SHAFT
IPR-GROUND TOP
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
SCREW-TAPTITE
5-56
SNA
Option Unit
110V
Exploded View and Parts list
SCF Unit Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
PBA-SCF
QT'y Service
Remark
5.24-40
JC92-01911A
1
SA
220V
5.24-41
JC72-01413A SPONGE-COVER-R
1
SA
110V
5.24-42
JC72-01414A SPONGE-COVER-L
1
SA
220V
5.24-43
JC73-00278A RUBBER-NOP
3
SNA
5-57
5-58
28
29
25
27
26
0
16
1
21
17
20
3
30
11
18
12
15
19
13
24
14
14
2
10
22
23
7
4
9
8
5
6
Exploded View and Parts list
5.25 SCF Cassette
Exploded View and Parts list
SCF Cassette Parts List
SA : SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA : SERVICE not AVAILABLE
Drawer#
SEC_code
Description
QT'y Service
Remark
5.25-0
JC90-00933A SCF-CASSETTE
1
SA
5.25-1
JC97-03133A MEA-UNIT_HOLDER PAD
1
SNA
5.25-2
JC61-01220D FRAME-M_CASSETTE
1
SNA
5.25-3
JC61-01227A GUIDE-M-PAPER SIZE
1
SNA
5.25-4
JC61-01223A FRACKET-P-EXTENTION
1
SNA
5.25-5
JC61-01224D GUIDE-M_EXTENSION CST
1
SA
5.25-6
JC64-00190C KNOB-M_REAR
1
SNA
5.25-7
JC61-00414A SPRING ETC-GUIDE PAPER
2
SA
5.25-8
JC61-00267B GUIDE-M-LOCK A
1
SA
5.25-9
JC61-01226C GUIDEM_REAR
1
SNA
5.25-10
JC61-00751A GUIDE-P-REAR PAPER CST
1
SA
110V
5.25-11
JC72-41210A PMO-LOCKER PLATE
1
SA
220V
5.25-12
JC61-70531A SPRING ETC-LOCKER_PLATE
1
SNA
5.25-13
JC61-01245A PLATE-P-KNOCK UP
1
SNA
110V
5.25-14
JC61-00455A SPRING ETC-PLATE K/UP
1
SA
220V
5.25-15
JC73-00141A RPR-PAD CASSETTE
1
SA
5.25-16
JC61-70911A
SPRING ETC-EXIT ROLL FD
1
SA
5.25-17
JC61-01228A HOLDER-M-PAD_HOUSING
1
SNA
5.25-18
JC63-01206A GROUND-CASSETTE
1
SA
5.25-19
JC66-40003A GEAR-PINION
1
SNA
5.25-20
JC67-01222A GUIDE-P-SIDE_L
1
SNA
5.25-21
JC67-00037A CAP-M-GUIDE SIDE_L
1
SNA
5.25-22
JC61-01244A GUIDE-P-SIDE_R
1
SNA
5.25-23
JC61-01225C GUIDE-M_SIDE LOCK
1
SNA
5.25-24
JC66-01409B LEVER-INDICATOR_SCF
1
SNA
5.25-25
JC68-01552A LABEL¢Á-CASSETTE
1
SNA
5.25-26
JC64-00268A SHUTTER-PATH
1
SNA
5.25-27
JC61-01724A GUIDE-PAPER
1
SNA
5.25-28
JC63-01306C COVER_HANDLE
1
SNA
110V
5.25-29
6002-000440
8
SNA
220V
5.25-30
JC61-00064A SPRINGE-ETC-CLAW
1
SNA
SCREW-TAPPING
5-59
6-1
OPE
UART
MII
A3983
Scan Joint
EEPROM
DDR_DQ / DDR_SA
PHY IC
(BCM5241)
DEBUG
MOTOR
AFE
I/F
I2C
DDR
Controller
MAC
UART
REVERSE MOTOR
A3983
DATA
ADDR
Reverse
LOCAL
Chorus3
LOCAL
CCD HOME Sensor
F/Cover Sensor
SCAN MOTOR
LCD
MICOM
Sensor
AN44060A
DADF
MOTOR
Clutch
CCD Sensor
AFE
CCDM
EEPROM
DDR SODIMM
DDR SDRAM
DEVE CRUM
Y/M/C/K
DEVE CRUM I/F
MODEM
Main Controller
USB 2.0
ISP1582
ADDR
DATA
ADDR
DATA
ADDR
DATA
FAN- SMPS
Speaker
REVERSE Sensor 2
REVERSE Sensor 1
REVERSE Clutch
LPEC3
FLASH
USB HOST
ISP1761
DATA
ADDR
System Power
USB HOST
SCF PBA
FAN- REAR
FAN- FUSER
DUPLEX Sensor
MP JOINT
HVPS
1 Lamp FUSER
SMPS
TEMP_OUT Sensor
HUMIDITY Sensor
TEMP_IN Sensor
ACR_LEFT
ACR_RIGHT
PTB
LSU (4LD,2MOTOR)
DEVE_K MOTOR
OPC_PTB MOTOR
DEVE_YMC MOTOR
DEVE_YMC Solenoid
DEVE_K Solenoid
DUPLEX Solenoid
PICK- UP Solenoid
MPF Solenoid
SEN_MPF_EMPTY
EXIT Sensor
FEED Sensor
EMPEY Sensor
FUSER Lamp Control
POWER
CORD
System Diagram
6. System Diagram
6.1 Block Diagram
6-2
SCF
LAN
USB
FAX Modem
PBA
DEVE_CRUM
SENS_HUMIDITY
CLUTCH_PICKUP
BLDC_DEVE_MOTOR
BLDC_OPC_MOTOR
PTB
CCDM
USB HOST
FUSER
LSU 3,4
DEVEK_CLT
LSU
MOT
HDD
WLAN
Drawer
SENSOR
TEMP LSU
MAIN PBA
FUSER_FAN
FUSER
PBA
MEMORY
AC_INLET
SMPS
REAR_FAN
Drawer
SENS_P_COVER_OPEN
SCAN JOINT PBA
SCAN_MOTOR
FUSER THERMISTOR
LSU 1,2
SENS_TEMP
Drawer
STEP MOTOR
CCD HOME SENSOR
OPE PBA
BIN FULL SENSOR
HVPS
REVERSE
PBA
DADF/
ADF
PBA
nSENS_DADF_P_DET
SENS_REV_P_EXIT
SOL_REV_SWING
SENS_P_EXIT
SENS_CST_EMPTY
SENS_FEED
SOL_MP
MP_CLUTCH
SMPS_FAN
REV_MOT
SENS_REV_P_SWING
SPEAKER
nSENS_DADF_P_REGI
nSENS_DADF_P_POS
Switch_SCAN_OPEN
REVERSE_FAN
Drawer
DADF_PICKUP_SOL
DADF_MOT
nSENS_DADF_COVER_OPEN
DADF_EXIT_SOL
DADF_REGI_SOL
SENS_DADF_P_SIZE
System Diagram
6.2 Connection Diagram
6-3
DEVE
BLDC
OPC
BLDC
LSU
MOTOR
LSU34
LSU12
GND
nLDON_LSU_2
DAC_LD_POWER_0
VDO_LSU_2P_1B
3
6
5
8
DAC_LD_POWER_0
16
15
2
3
4
5
5VLSU
GND
nLDON_LSU_4
VDO_LSU_4P_1B
DAC_LD_POWER_1
1
4
5VLSU
nLDON_LSU_3
GND
9
12
24VS_2
GND
GND
2
3
4
24VS_1
24VS_1
GND
GND
GND
5V
nSTART_BLDC_DEVE
nREADY_BLDC_DEVE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
CLK_BLDC_DEVE
5V
5V
10
8
9
CLK_BLDC_OPC
nSTART_BLDC_OPC
nREADY_BLDC_OPC
8
9
6
7
GND
5V
24VS_2
1
5
CLK_LSU_4
10
9
nREADY_LSU_4
24V_1
GND
8
7
nSTART_LSU_1
nSTART_LSU_4
6
5
nREADY_LSU_1
GND
4
3
10
8
9
7
6
4
5
2
3
1
10
8
9
6
7
5
4
2
3
1
9
10
AN_CTD_P_1
PWM_CR_LED_2
5
7
6
4
5
3
1
2
14
13
9
10
11
12
7
8
SCL_1
3.3 V_CRUM
SCL_2
SDA_DEVE
GND
SCL_4
SCL_3
5VS
SDA_BELT
PWM_CR_LED_1
SCL_BELT
nDETECT_COVER_OPEN
3.3 V_CRUM
5V
AN_CTD_S_1
GND
AN_CTD_S_2
6
AN_CTD_P_2
3
4
7
6
4
5
3
1
2
14
13
9
10
11
12
7
8
6
5
3
4
1
2
27
5V
25
28
Standby
23
26
5V2
GND
21
24
GND
5V2
19
22
5V1
GND
17
20
5V1
5V1
15
18
13
16
11
14
9
12
7
10
8
6
5
GND
GND
24V3
GND
24V3
GND
GND
GND
24V2
GND
24V2
24V2
GND
GND
3
1
4
24V1
GND
2
GND
6
5
24V1
24V1
1
2
27
28
7
8
26
24
25
20
21
22
23
19
17
18
5
Main
Controller
(2/3)
16
14
15
13
9
10
11
12
7
8
6
5
3
4
1
2
6
RELAY_FUSE_ON
GND
HEATER_ON_2
ZERO_CROSS
3
4
5
2
2
3
4
1
24VS_2
HEATER_ON_1
1
DEVE
CRUM
INTERFACE
PTB
SMPS
(TYPE 5)
FUSER
ENABLE
GND
ADC_TH_FUSER_2
GND
3
4
ADC_TH_FUSER_1
2
1
6
3
4
1
2
CLK_LSU_1
24V_1
16
15
13
14
9
10
11
12
8
nSH_LSU_3
VDO_LSU_3P_1B
VDO_LSU_3N_1B
2
1
16
15
13
DAC_LD_POWER_1
nSH_LSU_4
nHSYNC_3
11
14
VDO_LSU_4N_1B
8
7
10
6
5
6
7
1
nHSYNC_4
2
3
18
VDO_LSU_1N_1B
17
15
16
13
14
12
10
11
8
9
6
7
5
4
2
3
1
17
18
VDO_LSU_1P_1B
nSH_LSU_1
GND
nLDON_LSU_1
14
13
11
VDO_LSU_2N_1B
nHSYNC_1
5VLSU
9
12
nSH_LSU_2
5VLSU
1
4
7
10
N.C
N.C
nHSYNC_2
2
AN_CTD_P_1
AN_CTD_S_1
5
AN_CTD_P_1
AN_CTD_S_1
2
3
4
5V
GND
PWM_CR_LED_1
1
5
GND
PWM_CR_LED_1
4
5V
FUSER BIAS
AC
AC_COMMON
AC
2
3
1
4
3
2
1
4
2
3
1
3
4
2
1
5
4
2
3
1
5
4
2
3
1
ACR
SENSOR_L
ACR
SENSOR_R
FUSER
DRAWER
CON
4
2
3
1
AC LAMP 1
THERMISTOR 2B
THERMISTOR 1B
THERMISTOR 2A
THERMISTOR 1A
FGND
AC LAMP 2
AC_COMMON
4
2
3
1
INLET
FUSER
System Diagram
6-4
MODEM
FAN_FUSER
CLUTCH_DEV_K
STEP MOTOR
DEVE_K
FAN_SMPS
SEN_DUPLEX
SOL_DEV_YMC
SEN_HUMIDITY
_TEMP_OUT
SEN_TEMP_IN
3
1
24VS_2
nSENS_DUPLEX
GND
3.3 V
PWM_FAN_SMPS
SENS_FAN_SMPS
24V_1
SM_OUT_DEVE_K_A
SM_OUT_DEVE_K_nA
1
3
1
2
1
2
CON_CLT_DEVE_K_24V
CON_CLT_DEVE_K
CON_FAN_FUSER_24V
CON_FAN_FUSER_SENS
CON_FAN_FUSER_GND
5V
5V
GND
CML_MODEM
MODEM_VOL(0)
MODEM_VOL(1)
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
21
22
19
20
17
18
16
15
13
14
9
10
11
12
8
6
7
3.3 V
ESC_MODEM
DCD_MODEM
GND
3.3 V
RXD_MODEM
nRTS_MODEM
nCTS_MODEM
TXD_MODEM
nRST_MODEM
nINT_MODEM
RI_MODEM
GND
KEYCLICK
nSPK_CTL_MODEM
MODEM_VOL(2)
SM_OUT_DEVE_K_B
SM_OUT_DEVE_K_nB
4
3
2
21
22
19
20
17
18
16
15
13
14
9
10
11
12
8
6
7
5
3
4
2
1
8
9
7
5
6
4
3
1
2
3
2
2
1
3
2
1
3
2
SOL_DEVE_YMC
N.C
4
3
2
1
2
1
1
4
GND
ADC_TEMP_OUT
5VA
A_HUMIDITY
3
1
2
GND
ADC_TEMP_IN
2
1
Main
Controller
(1/3)
nDETECT_HVPS
15
16
2
3
5
5
1
2
1
2
SOL_CST_PICKUP
24VS_1
24V_2
SOL_DUPLEX
24VS_1
24VS_1
5
1
2
1
2
6
5
3
4
24V_1
6
1
2
24V_1
GND
24VS_1
23
24
21
22
19
20
18
17
15
16
13
14
12
10
11
8
9
6
7
3
4
24V_1
GND
24V_1
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
EN_ERASER_3
SOL_MP_PICKUP
EN_ERASER_4
EN_ERASER_2
EN_ERASER_1
nSENS_CST_EMPT
SENS_MP_EMPT
nSENS_FEED
4
2
3
1
29
30
27
28
26
23
24
25
21
22
19
20
18
17
15
16
13
14
12
10
11
8
9
6
7
5
4
1
2
3
1
2
23
24
21
22
19
20
18
17
15
16
13
14
12
10
11
8
9
6
7
nSENS_EXIT
PANEL_RXD
nRST_PANEL
PANEL_TXD
1
4
3.3 V
GND
AN_READ_T_1
nPWM_ATTR_P
AN_READ_ATTR
nEN_ATTR_N
nPWM_AC_VPP_4
nPWM_T1_4
nPWM_T1_3
nPWM_T1_2
nPWM_T1_1
nPWM_DEVE_DC_4
nPWM_CHARGER
28
29
30
26
27
25
23
24
21
22
19
20
18
17
nPWM_AC_4
nEN_AC_4
nEN_AC_3
nPWM_DEVE_DC_3
12
13
14
nEN_AC_2
nPWM_DEVE_DC_2
nPWM_AC_VPP_3
nPWM_AC_3
10
11
8
9
nPWM_AC_VPP_2
nPWM_AC_2
nPWM_DEVE_DC_1
nPWM_AC_1
5
6
7
nEN_AC_1
4
GND
nPWM_AC_VPP_1
5V
2
3
1
SOL_FCF_P- UP
SOL_DUPLEX
HVPS
6
5
4
3
1
2
3
1
2
7
5
6
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
4
GND
GND
nSENS_FEED
3.3 V
GND
nSENS_CST_EMPTY
3.3 V
GND
3.3 V
nSENS_EXIT
BATTERY
PANEL_RXD
nCCD_HOME
PANEL_TXD
nRST_PANEL
5V
GND
SOL)MP_PICK- UP
GND
SENS_MP_EMPTY
3.3 V
2
3
3
2
1
3
1
2
3
1
2
7
5
6
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
2
1
4
3
1
3.3 V
SENS_MP_EMPTY
SOL)MP_PICK- UP
SEN_FEED
SEN_EMPTY
SEN_EXIT
PANEL
MP_DRAWER
MP_JOINT
1
2
2
3
1
24V
SOL_MP_PICKUP
GND
3.3 V
nSENS_MP_EMPTY
1
2
2
3
1
SOL_MP_P- UP
SOL_MP_P
UP
SEN_MP_EMPT
System Diagram
6-5
USB HOST
SCAN MOTOR
CCDM
REVERCE
MOTOR
SEN_F_COVER
4
CCD_ADC(5)
18
19
16
29
30
31
32
40
1
2
OUT1A
OUT1B
1
2
DP2
GND
GND
4
5
5V
DM2
1
2
3
OUT2A
OUT2B
3
4
4
5
2
3
1
3
4
39
5V3
GND
40
39
37
38
36
34
35
3.3 V
GND
3.3 V
GND
GND
37
38
36
34
35
33
GND
3.3 V
GND
N.C
33
14
15
27
28
29
30
31
32
GND
5V3
26
GND
5V3
26
27
28
13
25
CCD_ADC(0)
25
36
37
38
39
40
37
38
39
40
42
43
44
42
43
44
41
35
36
41
33
34
29
30
31
32
35
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
26
27
28
25
25
26
27
23
24
22
20
21
19
17
18
16
23
24
22
20
21
19
17
18
14
15
13
9
10
11
12
9
10
11
12
23
24
GND
CCD_ADC(1)
7
8
6
5
3
4
1
2
7
8
CCD_ADC(3)
CCD_ADC(2)
6
5
3
4
23
24
20
21
22
18
19
1
2
20
21
22
CCD_ADC(4)
GND
16
CCD_ADC(6)
GND
16
17
14
15
14
15
17
12
13
GND
SIP5_PItg
GND
CCD_ADC(7)
12
13
9
10
11
GND
CCD_SW1
7
8
6
9
10
11
GND
24V2
AFE_SDATA
AFE_SLOAD
AFE_SCLK
4
5
7
8
6
4
5
3
DADF
3
ADC_CLK_M
GND
3
14
15
16
GND
GND
15
13
16
11
14
3
6
7
3
1
2
3
1
2
2
1
3
1
3
2
8
4
5
6
7
8
3
3
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
4
4
5
1
2
5
6
2
1
4
3
1
2
nSTOP
GND
9
12
GND
ADC_CLK_P
12
13
DADF_TXD
SCAN_SEN
1
2
4
10
11
1
2
5
6
1
2
4
5
6
OUT2B
7
10
5
8
4
9
7
8
HDD
GND
5V
6
2
3
1
4
2
3
1
OUT2A
Main
Controller
(3/3)
GND
3.3 V
4
5
GND
nRESET
DADF_RXD
1
4
3
6
2
24V
24V
GND
2
3
1
2
3
2
3
1
OUT1A
OUT1B
1
2
1
3
GND
3.3 V
nSENS_FLAT_COVER
2
1
3
SEN_P- DET
SEN_REG
SENSOR
INTERFACE
CLUTCH
CLUTCH
CLUTCH
DADF EXIT
MOTOR
DADF SCAN
MOTOR
System Diagram
Reference Information
7. Reference Information
This chapter contains the tools list, list of abbreviations used in this manual, and a guide to the location
space required when installing the printer. A definition of tests pages and Network information definition is
also included.
7.1 Tools for Troubleshooting
The following tools are recommended safe and easy troubleshooting as described in this service manual.
• Cleaning Equipment
Standard : An IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) dry wipe
tissue or a gentle neutral detergent
and lint-free cloth.
• DVM(Digital Volt Meter)
Standard : Indicates more than 3 digits.
• Vacuum Cleaner
• Driver
Standard : “-” type, “+” type (M3 long, M3 short,
M2 long, M2 short).
• Brush
• Tweezers
Standard : For general home use, small type.
• Software (Driver) installation CD ROM
Install Driver CD
• Cotton Swab
Standard : For general home use, for medical
service.
Network S/W CD
7-1
Reference Information
7.2 Acronyms and Abbreviations
The table below explains the abbreviations and acronyms used in this service manual. Where abbreviations
or acronyms are used in the text please refer to this table.
ADC
AP
AC
ASIC
ASSY
BIOS
BLDC Motor
CLBP
CMOS
Analog-to-Digital-Conversion
Access Point
Alternating Current
Application Specific Integrated Circuit
Assembly
Basic Input Output System
Brushless DC Motor
Color Laser Beam Printer
Complementary Metal Oxide
Semiconductor
CMYK
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black
CN
Connector
CON
Connector
CPU
Central Processing Unit
CTD Sensor Color Toner Density Sensor
dB
Decibel
dBA
A-Weighted decibel
dBm
Decibel milliwatt
DC
Direct Current
DCU
Diagnostic Control Unit
DIMM
Dual In-line Memory Module
DPI
Dot Per Inch
DRAM
Dynamic Random Access Memory
DVM
Digital Voltmeter
ECP
Enhanced Capability Port
ECU
Engine Control Unit
EEPROM
Electronically Erasable
Programmable Read Only Memory
EMI
Electro Magnetic Interference
EP
Electro photographic
EPP
Enhanced Parallel Port
F/W
Firmware
FCF/FCT
First Cassette Feeder/First Cassette
Tray
FISO
Front-In, Side-Out
FPOT
First Print out Time
GDI
Windows Graphic Device Interface
GIF
Graphic Interchange Format
GND
Ground
HBP
HDD
HTML
HV
HVPS
I/F
I/O
lb
IC
ICC
IDE
IEEE
IOT
IPA
IPC
IPM
ITB
LAN
LBP
LCD
LED
LSU
MB
MHz
MPBF
MPF/MPT
NIC
NPC
NVRAM
OPC
PBA
PCL
7-2
Host Based Printing
Hard Disk Drive
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
High Voltage
High Voltage Power Supply
Interface
Input and Output
Pound(s)
Integrated Circuit
International Color Consortium
Intelligent Drive Electronics or
Integrated Drive Electronics
Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers. Inc
Image Output Terminal (Color printer,
Copier)
Isopropyl Alcohol
Inter Process CommunicationEPP
Enhanced parallel Port
Images Per Minute
Intermediate Transfer Belt
local area network
Laser Beam Printer
Liquid Crystal Display
Light Emitting Diode
Laser Scanning Unit
Megabyte
Megahertz
Mean Prints Between Failure
Multi Purpose Feeder/Multi Purpose
Tray
Network Interface Card
Network Printer Card
Nonvolatile Random Access Memory
Organic Photo Conductor
Printed Board Assembly
Printer Command Language,
Printer Control Language
Reference Information
PCI
PCL5Ce
PCL6
PDF
PDL
Ping
PPD
PPM
PS
PS3
PTL
PTB
PWM
Q?y
RAM
RCP
ROM
Peripheral Component Interconnect
by Intel 1992/6/22, is a local bus
standard developed by Intel and
introduced in April, 1993 : A60, B60
Pins
Printer Command Language 5CeColor
Printer Command Language 6
Portable Document Format
Page Description Language
Packet internet or Inter-Network
Groper
Postscript Printer Discription
Page Per Minute
Post Script
Post Script Level3
Pre-Transfer Lamp
Paper-Transfer Belt
Pulse Width Moduration
Quantity
Random Access Memory
Remote Control Panel
Read Only Memory
SCF/SCT
SMPS
SPGP
SPL
SPL-C
Spool
SRS
SURF
SW
sync
T1
T2
TRC
PnP
U.I.
URL
USB
VCCI
7-3
Second Cassette Feeder/Second
Cassette Tray
Switching Mode Power Supply
SEC Printer Graphic Processor
SEC Printer Language
SEC Printer Language-Color
Simultaneous Peripheral Operation
Online
Software Requirment Specification
Surface Rapid Fusing
Switch
Synchronous or Synchronization
ITB
Transfer Roller
Toner Reproduction Curve
Universal Plug and Play
User Interface
Uniform Resource Locator
Universal Serial Bus
Voluntary Control Council for
Interference Information Technology
Equipment
Reference Information
7.3 Select a location for the printer
• Leave enough room to open the printer trays, covers, and allow for proper ventilation. (see diagram below)
• Provide the proper environment :
- A firm, level surface
- Away from the direct airflow of air conditioners, heaters, or ventilators
- Free of extreme fluctuations of temperature, sunlight, or humidity
- Clean, dry, and free of dust
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