Canon MP360 SERIES Service manual

MP390
SERVICE
MANUAL
Canon
Service Manual
MultiPASS MP360/MP370/MP390
MultiPASS MP390
Jan 7 2004
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COPYRIGHT © 2001 CANON INC.
Printed in Japan
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Introduction
Symbols Used
This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information:
Symbol
Description
Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution, or Warning.
Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks.
Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire).
Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.
Indicates an item requiring disconnection of the power plug from the electric outlet.
Indicates an item intended to provide notes assisting the understanding of the topic in question.
Memo
Indicates an item of reference assisting the understanding of the topic in question.
REF.
Provides a description of a service mode.
Provides a description of the nature of an error indication.
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Introduction
The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual:
1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between electrical
and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of operation.
In the diagrams,
, the arrow
represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name accompanies the symbol
indicates the direction of the electric signal.
The expression "turn on the power" means flipping on the power switch, closing the front door, and closing the
delivery unit door, which results in supplying the machine with power.
2. In the digital circuits, '1'is used to indicate that the voltage level of a given signal is "High", while '0' is used to
indicate "Low".(The voltage value, however, differs from circuit to circuit.) In addition, the asterisk (*) as in
"DRMD*" indicates that the DRMD signal goes on when '0'.
In practically all cases, the internal mechanisms of a microprocessor cannot be checked in the field. Therefore, the
operations of the microprocessors used in the machines are not discussed: they are explained in terms of from
sensors to the input of the DC controller PCB and from the output of the DC controller PCB to the loads.
The descriptions in this Service Manual are subject to change without notice for product improvement or other
purposes, and major changes will be communicated in the form of Service Information bulletins.
All service persons are expected to have a good understanding of the contents of this Service Manual and all relevant
Service Information bulletins and be able to identify and isolate faults in the machine."
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Contents
Contents
Chapter 1 General Description
1.1 Features ............................................................................................................................................................. 1- 1
1.1.1Overview ..................................................................................................................................................... 1- 1
1.2 Specifications .................................................................................................................................................... 1- 2
1.2.1General Specifications................................................................................................................................. 1- 2
1.2.2Scanner Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 1- 4
1.2.3Printer Specifications .................................................................................................................................. 1- 5
1.2.4Copy Specifications..................................................................................................................................... 1- 6
1.2.5Communication Specifications.................................................................................................................... 1- 7
1.2.6Color Communication Specification ........................................................................................................... 1- 9
1.2.7Function....................................................................................................................................................... 1- 9
1.3 Overview ......................................................................................................................................................... 1- 12
1.3.1External View............................................................................................................................................ 1- 12
1.3.2Operation Panel ......................................................................................................................................... 1- 14
1.4 Consumables ................................................................................................................................................... 1- 17
1.4.1Ink tanks .................................................................................................................................................... 1- 17
Chapter 2 Technical Reference
2.1 Component Layout ............................................................................................................................................ 2- 1
2.1.1Printer Mechanical Section ......................................................................................................................... 2- 1
2.1.2Electrical Layout ......................................................................................................................................... 2- 1
2.1.3Sensor Layout.............................................................................................................................................. 2- 2
2.2 Scanner Mechanism .......................................................................................................................................... 2- 4
2.2.1Scanning Section Layout............................................................................................................................. 2- 4
2.3 Printer Section ................................................................................................................................................... 2- 6
2.3.1Printer Mechanical Section ......................................................................................................................... 2- 6
2.3.2Carriage Section .......................................................................................................................................... 2- 6
2.3.3Purge Section............................................................................................................................................... 2- 6
2.3.4Paper Feed Section ...................................................................................................................................... 2- 7
2.3.5Ink Sensor.................................................................................................................................................... 2- 7
2.3.6Cleaning Mode and Suction Amount .......................................................................................................... 2- 7
Chapter 3 Disassembly and Assembly
3.1 Attention to be Paid During Assembly/Disassembly ........................................................................................ 3- 1
3.1.1Safety Cautions............................................................................................................................................ 3- 1
3.1.2General Cautions ......................................................................................................................................... 3- 2
3.1.3Product-inherent Cautions ........................................................................................................................... 3- 3
3.1.4Caution when replacing the SPCNT board ................................................................................................. 3- 4
3.1.5Shipping the Main Unit ............................................................................................................................... 3- 4
3.2 Assembly and Disassembly............................................................................................................................... 3- 6
3.2.1Disassembly/Assembly ............................................................................................................................... 3- 6
Contents
3.2.2Basic Disassembly....................................................................................................................................... 3- 6
3.2.3Operation Panel Unit ................................................................................................................................. 3- 12
3.2.4Scanner Unit .............................................................................................................................................. 3- 13
3.2.5NCU Board, Modular Board ..................................................................................................................... 3- 14
3.2.6SPCNT Board............................................................................................................................................ 3- 16
3.2.7Modem Board............................................................................................................................................ 3- 17
3.2.8Print & ASF Unit....................................................................................................................................... 3- 18
3.2.9Power Supply Unit .................................................................................................................................... 3- 20
Chapter 4 Maintenance
4.1 Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................................... 4- 1
4.1.1Consumables ............................................................................................................................................... 4- 1
4.1.2Cleaning....................................................................................................................................................... 4- 1
4.1.3Periodic Inspection ...................................................................................................................................... 4- 1
4.1.4Periodic Replacement Parts......................................................................................................................... 4- 2
4.1.5Adjustment Items ........................................................................................................................................ 4- 2
4.1.6General Tools .............................................................................................................................................. 4- 2
4.1.7Special Tools ............................................................................................................................................... 4- 2
4.2 How to Clean Parts............................................................................................................................................ 4- 4
4.2.1How to Clean Parts...................................................................................................................................... 4- 4
4.2.2Exterior ........................................................................................................................................................ 4- 4
4.2.3Scanning Unit .............................................................................................................................................. 4- 4
4.2.4Printer .......................................................................................................................................................... 4- 5
4.3 Service Switches................................................................................................................................................ 4- 6
4.3.1Hardware Switches...................................................................................................................................... 4- 6
4.3.2Service Data Setting .................................................................................................................................... 4- 6
4.3.3Service Data Flowchart ............................................................................................................................... 4- 8
4.4 New SSSWs/Parameters Added to This Model .............................................................................................. 4- 16
4.4.1Service Data .............................................................................................................................................. 4- 16
4.5 User Report Output Functions......................................................................................................................... 4- 17
4.5.1User report output functions...................................................................................................................... 4- 17
4.6 Wiring Diagram............................................................................................................................................... 4- 19
4.6.1Wiring Diagram......................................................................................................................................... 4- 19
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
5.1 Troubleshooting Index ...................................................................................................................................... 5- 1
5.1.1Troubleshooting Index ................................................................................................................................ 5- 1
5.2 Errors Shown on the Display............................................................................................................................. 5- 3
5.2.1User Error Message ..................................................................................................................................... 5- 3
5.3 Error Code ......................................................................................................................................................... 5- 8
5.3.1ERROR CODE LIST .................................................................................................................................. 5- 8
5.3.2New Error Codes and Recovery methods ................................................................................................. 5- 13
5.4 Errors not Shown on the Display .................................................................................................................... 5- 15
5.4.1General Errors ........................................................................................................................................... 5- 15
5.4.2Printing problem........................................................................................................................................ 5- 15
5.4.3Scanning Problems .................................................................................................................................... 5- 17
5.4.4Memory Card Problem .............................................................................................................................. 5- 18
Contents
5.5 Test Mode Function Problems .........................................................................................................................5- 19
5.5.1Faulty Operation Panel Test.......................................................................................................................5- 19
5.5.2Faulty DRAM Test.....................................................................................................................................5- 19
5.5.3Faulty Sensor Test......................................................................................................................................5- 19
5.6 Processing Communication Problems .............................................................................................................5- 20
5.6.1Initial identification of problems................................................................................................................5- 20
5.6.2Procedures for processing communication problems ................................................................................5- 21
5.7 Test Functions ..................................................................................................................................................5- 25
5.7.1Test Mode Overviw ...................................................................................................................................5- 25
5.7.2Test Mode Flowchart .................................................................................................................................5- 25
5.7.3DRAM Tests ..............................................................................................................................................5- 27
5.7.4PRINT Tests...............................................................................................................................................5- 27
5.7.5FACULTY Tests........................................................................................................................................5- 28
5.7.6PRINTER Tests..........................................................................................................................................5- 32
5.7.7MODEM, NCU Tests ................................................................................................................................5- 33
Chapter 6 Appendix
6.1 Main Body..........................................................................................................................................................6- 1
6.1.1Installation....................................................................................................................................................6- 1
6.1.2Checking Operation .....................................................................................................................................6- 1
6.2 User Data Flow ..................................................................................................................................................6- 3
6.2.1User Mode Settings......................................................................................................................................6- 3
6.2.2Fax Mode Settings .......................................................................................................................................6- 6
Chapter 1 General
Description
Contents
Contents
1.1 Features ...............................................................................................................................................................1-1
1.1.1 Overview ......................................................................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Specifications ......................................................................................................................................................1-2
1.2.1 General Specifications .................................................................................................................................1-2
1.2.2 Scanner Specifications .................................................................................................................................1-4
1.2.3 Printer Specifications ...................................................................................................................................1-5
1.2.4 Copy Specifications .....................................................................................................................................1-6
1.2.5 Communication Specifications ....................................................................................................................1-7
1.2.6 Color Communication Specification............................................................................................................1-9
1.2.7 Function .......................................................................................................................................................1-9
1.3 Overview...........................................................................................................................................................1-12
1.3.1 External View ............................................................................................................................................1-12
1.3.2 Operation Panel..........................................................................................................................................1-14
1.4 Consumables .....................................................................................................................................................1-17
1.4.1 Ink tanks .....................................................................................................................................................1-17
Chapter 1
1.1 Features
1.1.1 Overview
0002-2325
Picture Quality Color Printer
High quality printing can be accomplished with the Canon Bubble Jet (BJ) method using the maximum 4800 dpi X
1200 dpi resolution.
Various media can be printed at high speed that is maximum 12 pages/minute in black and white or pages/minute in
color.
Convenient ASF
Up to 100 letter, leagl and A4 size sheets, 30 OHP films, and 10 envelops can be set in the ASF.
Copy Function
This machine can be used as a copier which achieves the recording resolution of 600 dpi X 600 dpi for black and
white copying or 1200 dpi X 1200 dpi for color copying.
Full Color & 256 Gradation Grayscale Scanner
Using MP Toolbox or MP Drivers (ScanGear and WIA driver), full color and 256-gradation grayscale images with
a quality of 25-9600 dpi can be read into a computer.
Photo Printing (MP370, MP390 only)
By connecting this machine to a digital camera with USB cable, photos can be printed out directly from the digital
camera (without using a computer). Moreover, photos can be printed out from Memory Card by inserting Memory
Card into a card slot of the machine.
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Chapter 1 1.2 Specifications
1.2.1 General Specifications
0004-3559
T-1-1
Item
General Specifications
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MP390
Chapter 1
Item
MP390
Printer
YES
Scanner
YES
Copy
YES
Fax
YES
Memory Card
YES
Memory Card Slot
Direct
Applicable Media
PCMCIA(ATA)
NO
Compact Flash
TYPE I/II
Micro Drive
YES
Smart Media
YES
Memory Stick
YES
SD/MMC
YES
xD-Picture Card
YES (via. CF Adapter)
READ
YES
WRITE
YES
Data Storage
Scan To Memory Card
NO
Photo-Direct print
YES
DCF
YES
CIFF
YES
JFIF
YES
TIFF (RAW-RGB/YCC) in
compliance with Exif
NO
Applica
ble
Image
Print
Mode
Layout
INDEX
YES
All Image
YES
Select Range
YES
DPOF
YES
2 frames
NO
4 frames
NO
8 frames
NO
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Chapter 1 Item
Power Consumption
Noise
MP390
Maximum
Approx. xxW
Standby
Approx. xxW
Standby
Durability
External Dimension
Weight
None
Copy
48 dB(A) max.
Unit
4,000 sheets or 5 years
Scanning Section
4,000 sheets
Printing Section
4,000 sheets
Including Tray
17 7/8(W) in x 21 1/2
in.(D) x 11 1/4 in.(H)
(454(W)x547(D)x286(H
))
No Tray
17 7/8(W) in x 14 1/8
in.(D) x 9 7/8 in.(H)
(454(W)x358(D)x249(H
))
Standard
Approx. 18.5lb./8.4 kg
1.2.2 Scanner Specifications
0004-5151
T-1-2
Item
Reading System
Reading
System
MP390
Flatbed
Sensor Type
ADF
1200dpi staggered CCD
NO
Resolution
Optical Resolution
1200*2400dpi max
Reading Resolution
9600*9600dpi max
Gradation
bit
Color
Gray
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Input
48bit
Output
24bit
Input
16bit
Output
8bit
Chapter 1
Item
MP390
Maximum Document Size
8 1/2in. x 11 3/4in.
(216mm×297mm)
Effective Scanning Width
8 1/2 in. (214mm)
Local Scan Driver
YES
TWAIN
YES
WIA (Windows XP)
YES
1.2.3 Printer Specifications
0004-5153
T-1-3
Item
MP390
ASF
YES
Size
Printing Resolution
Printing Speed
sec./page
Printing Direction
None printable area (mm)
A4, A5, B5, 4"*6", L size,
LTR, LGL
4800X1200 dpi
18 ppm (BK)
12 ppm (Color)
Bi-direction
1/8in.(3.4mm) right/left edge, 1/
8in.(3mm) top, 1/4in.(5mm)
bottom
Envelop
1/8in.(3.4mm) right/left edge,
1/8in.(3mm) top, 1in.(26.5mm)
bottom
Printing Cartridge
Product Name
Ink Remaining Detection
Detection Method
ZF533
BCI-24BK
BCI-24Color
YES
Warning by counting dots
3 steps (indication)
Paper Capacity
50 pages
Borderless Printing
YES
Silent Mode Printing
YES
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Chapter 1 Item
MP390
CD-R Label Printing
NO
1.2.4 Copy Specifications
0004-5155
T-1-4
Item
MP390
Copy Print
Resolution
Black & White
Copy speed
Ink Jet
600*600 dpi
Color
1200*1200 dpi
Black & White (Fast)
18ppm
Color (Fast)
12ppm
Grey Scale
64 scales
Scanning Density Adjustment
YES
Manual
9 positions
Multiple Copies
99
Reset RE Ratio
YES
Enlarge
Reduction
Max.
YES
5" x 7" to LTR
YES
4" x 6" to LTR
YES
100%
YES
A4 to LTR
YES
Min.
YES
Zoom
YES
Zooming Range
Auto Magnification Selection
Image Quality
1-6
25-400%
YES
B&W
FAST, NORMAL, FINE
Color
FAST, NORMAL, FINE
Energy Saving Mode
YES
Image Combination
YES
Chapter 1
2 in 1
YES
4 in 1
NO
Image Repeat (Auto/Manu)
YES/YES
Mirror Image
YES
Seal Copy
YES
Name Card Copy
YES
Postcard Copy
YES
Borderless Copy
YES
Poster
NO
Fit to page
YES
Entire Document
YES
1.2.5 Communication Specifications
0004-6704
T-1-5
Item
Applicable
lines
MP390
PSTN
YES
Others (Private Line,etc)
NO
Transmission method
Half-duplex
Error correction
ITU-T ECM
Transmission control protocol
Coding
method
Black/white
Modem
Modem IC
Color
Speed
ITU-T T.30 binary protocol
ITU-T V.8 protocol, V.34
protocol
MH,MR,MMR,JBIG
JPEG
CONEXANT FM336Plus
33.6kbps
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Chapter 1 Item
Modulation
method
MP390
ITU-T V.27ter(4.8k, 2.4k bps)
G3 image signals
ITU-T V.29(9.6k, 7.2k bps)
ITU-T V.17(14.4k, 12.0k,
TC9.6k, TC7.2k bps)
ITU-T V.34(33.6k, 31.2k, 28.8k,
26.4k, 24.0k, 21.6k, 19.2k,
16.8k,14.4k, 12.0k, 9.6k, 7.2k,
4.8k, 2.4k bps)
ITU-T V.21(No.2) (300 bps)
G3 procedure signals
ITU-T V.8 300 bps
ITU-T V.34 1200 bps, 600 bps
Minimum transmission time
10 ms(G3), 0ms(ECM)
Transmission output level
From -8 to -15 dBm
Receive input level
From -3 to -43 dBm
T-1-6
Time required
for
transmission
protocol
Mode
Pre-message*1
protocol
Post-message*2
protocol
(between pages)
Post-message*3
protocol
(after pages)
V.8/V.34
approx.6 sec.
approx.1 sec.
approx.1 sec.
T.30
approx.12 sec.
approx.4 sec.
approx.3.5 sec.
*1 Time from when other facsimile is connected to the line until image transmission begins.
*2 Post-message (between pages): Time from after one document has been sent until transmission of the next
document starts if several pages are transmitted.
*3 Post-message (after last pages): Time from after image transmission is completed until line is switched from
facsimile to telephone.
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Chapter 1
1.2.6 Color Communication Specification
0004-6708
T-1-7
Item
Color
Communication
MP390
Scanning document size
A4
Printing paper size
A4
Resolution
200dpi
Coding
JPEG
Color space
CIE-LAB
Picture element
Sub sample
8bit
4:1:1(=LAB)
1.2.7 Function
0004-6711
T-1-8
Item
Dialling
Numeric button
MP390
YES
Hook button
NO
Auto dialling
YES
One-touch
Coded speed
Redial
NO
YES(40)
Programmable Number of Digits
40
Group dialling
NO
YES
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Chapter 1 Item
Transmissio
n
Reception
Dual access
YES
Max. File No. of Reservation
1
Polling Tx
NO
Broadcast transmission
NO
Delayed Tx
NO
Confidential Tx
NO
Relay broadcasting originating
NO
Relay broadcasting
NO
FAX/TEL switching
YES
Method
CNG detection
Message
NO
Pseudo CI
NO
Pseudo ring
YES
Pseudo ring back tone
YES
Built in answering machine
NO
Answering machine connection
YES
Remote Rx
YES
Telephone exchange function
NO
Speaker phone
NO
Memory lock Rx
NO
Polling Rx
NO
Confidential Rx
NO
Reduction setting for Rx
YES
Automatic reduction
1-10
MP390
70 to 100%
Chapter 1
Item
Memory
backup
Backup contents
Backup IC
Lithium battery DC 3.0V/
600mAh
Battery life
life Approx.5 years
Image data backup
Image memory
User report
Service
report
Dial registration data
User data
Service data
Time, etc.
128kbit SRAM
Backup device
Activity
management
MP390
NO
Approx.?? MB
Activity management report
YES(Every 20
communications)
Activity report (Tx/Rx)
YES
Directory dial lst
YES
One-touch speed dialling list
NO
Coded speed dialling list
NO
Group dialling list
NO
Memory clear list
YES
User's data list
YES
Document memory list
YES
Multi activity report
NO
System data list
YES
System damp list
YES
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Chapter 1 1.3 Overview
1.3.1 External View
0004-4359
Exterior
F-1-1
1. Tray extension
Supports paper loaded in the multi-purpose tray. Pull it out before
loading paper.
2. Multi-purpose tray
Used to load paper.
3. Operation panel
Displays the operating status of the machine. It is also used to change or check the settings of each function. For
details,
4. Card slot cover
Covers the card slot. Open this cover when inserting a memory card or CompactFlash card adapter containing a
memory card into the card slots.
5. Tray extension
Supports printouts. Grasping the notch, pull this out before copying orprinting. When not being used, keep it closed
in the paper output tray.
6. Paper output tray
Printouts are output to this tray. Open the tray before you start copying or printing, by pressing the Open button. If
closed, the tray will automatically open when the machine starts to copy or print. When not being used, keep it closed
in the machine.
7. Document cover
Covers the platen glass. Open this cover when loading a document on the platen glass.
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Chapter 1
8. Platen glass
Used to load a document to be processed.
9. Direct print port (for digital camera)
digital camera or digital video camcorder to the machine when printing
images directly from the camera.
10. Open button
Press this button to open the paper output tray accommodated in the machine.
The paper output tray will not open when the machine is placed on a tilted surface.
Rear view and interior
F-1-2
11. External device jack
Connects the external device.
12. Telephone line jack
Connects the telephone line.
13. Power connector
Used to connect the power cord to the machine.
14. USB connector (for computer)
Used to connect a computer to the machine when printing or faxing from or scanning to the computer.
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Chapter 1 15. Access lamp
Lights when a memory card is inserted into the card slot. This lamp flashes while the machine is reading or writing
data from/to the memory card. When the machine finishes reading or writing the card, the lamp shuts off.
16. Card slot
Insert a memory card or CompactFlash card adapter containing a memory card into these slots when photo printing.
The machine is equipped with two kinds of card slots.
17.Memory card eject button
Press this button to remove the CompactFlash card adapter, Microdrive memory card, or CompactFlash from the card
slot.
18. Print head holder
Used to install a print head.
19. Inner cover
Open this cover when setting the paper thickness lever, replacing the ink tanks, or clearing a paper jam.
Printing with the inner cover open may result in injury.
20. Scan unit
Lift this unit until it locks into place when the inner cover needs to be opened.
21. Paper thickness lever
Switches the distance between the print head and paper according to the paper type. Adjust the lever to the position
appropriate for the paper loaded.
1.3.2 Operation Panel
The followings are the names and functions of keys on the operation panel.
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0004-4367
Chapter 1
F-1-3
1. [ON/OFF] key
Turns the machine ON and OFF. Before turning ON the machine, make sure the scan unit is closed. When turning
ON and OFF, keep the key pressed for at least one second.
2. [SCAN] key
Switches the machine to scan mode. In scan mode, the machine scans a document to your computer according to the
settings selected. This keyis used when the machine is connected to a computer.
3. [PHOTO PRINT] key
Switches the machine to photo print mode.
4. [Photo Index Sheet] key
Switches the machine to Photo Index Sheet mode.
5. [Menu] key
Accesses the settings to customize operation of your machine.
6. [ (-)], [ (+)] keys
Scroll through menu selections, and increase or decrease the number of copies or the image file number.
7. [Set] or [OK} key
Selects or confirms settings. Also, press this key to recover to standby mode after correcting paper jams and other
errors that stop printing.
8. Numeric keys
Enter numerical values such as the number of copies, as well as fax/telephone numbers and characters.
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Chapter 1 9. [Color] key
Starts color copying, scanning, or faxing.
10. [Black] key
Starts black & white copying, scanning, or faxing.
11. [Stop/Reset] key
Cancels operations and returns the machine to standby mode.
12. [Tone] key
Switches temporarily to tone dialing. Also changes the mode when entering characters.
13. [Redial/Pause] key
Redials the last dialed number. Also enters pauses between or after numbers when dialing or registering numbers.
14. [Directory] key
Use when dialing fax/telephone numbers registered in the directory.
15. [Additional Functions] key
Switches the machine to user mode, in which you can customize the ink level warning, various fax settings,
maintenance, etc.
16. [FAX] key
Switches the machine to fax mode.
17. [COPY] key
Switches the machine to copy mode.
18. Alarm lamp
Flashes when the machine is turned ON or OFF, when an error occurs, or when paper or ink has run out.
19. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Displays messages, menu selections, and the operation status.
* When unplugging the power cord, be sure to press [ON/OFF] first. When you press [ON/OFF], the print head is
protected by the cap to prevent the ink from drying. Turn the machine OFF with [ON/OFF]. When unplugging the
power cord, be sure to unplug it after turning the machine OFF with [ON/OFF].
* When not using the machine for a long time, to prevent degradation of the print head, print or copy in both black
& white and in color, or perform print head cleaning, about once a month.
* Numerous nozzles are installed in the print head for high-precision printing. Just as the uncapped tip of a ballpoint
pen or marker becomes dry and unusable if not used for a long period of time, the print head nozzles become
blocked by dried ink. Periodically printing or cleaning the print head can prevent this blockage.
* The power cannot be turned OFF with [ON/OFF] when the machine is operating.
* Your machine performs a print head cleaning every time you plug in the machine. This ensures optimum print
quality but also consumes a small amount of ink during the cleaning process.
* The machine cannot receive faxes when the power is turned OFF.
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Chapter 1
1.4 Consumables
1.4.1 Ink tanks
0002-3979
Ink tanks
Black:BCI-24 Black
Color:BCI-24 Color
NOTE:
For optimum printing results and to avoid printing problems, Canon recommends that you only use the Canon Ink
Tanks described in this guide.
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Chapter 2 Technical
Reference
Contents
Contents
2.1 Component Layout..............................................................................................................................................2-1
2.1.1 Printer Mechanical Section ..........................................................................................................................2-1
2.1.2 Electrical Layout ..........................................................................................................................................2-1
2.1.3 Sensor Layout ..............................................................................................................................................2-2
2.2 Scanner Mechanism ............................................................................................................................................2-4
2.2.1 Scanning Section Layout .............................................................................................................................2-4
2.3 Printer Section.....................................................................................................................................................2-6
2.3.1 Printer Mechanical Section ..........................................................................................................................2-6
2.3.2 Carriage Section ...........................................................................................................................................2-6
2.3.3 Purge Section ...............................................................................................................................................2-6
2.3.4 Paper Feed Section.......................................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.5 Ink Sensor ....................................................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.6 Cleaning Mode and Suction Amount...........................................................................................................2-7
Chapter 2
2.1 Component Layout
2.1.1 Printer Mechanical Section
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The printer's mechanical parts consist of the followings:
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2.1.2 Electrical Layout
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The electrical parts are laid out as follows:
- SPCNT board: Controls the entire facsimile machine.
- OPCNT board: Detects keyboard operation and displays machine information.
- Multi-card reader board: Interface with memory card.
- Camera USB board (MP370, MP390 only): Interface from USB connector for printing images directly from a
digital camera
- Sensor board (include sub PCB): Detects the state of sensors, and relays the cable to the printer assembly.
- Power supply unit: Supplies power to the units and assemblies.
- NCU board: Controls the telephone line.
- Modular board: Relays the telephone line to the NCU board.
- Modem board: interface with telephone line
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2.1.3 Sensor Layout
The sensors detecting document/paper-fedding condition or ink presence/absence are mounted.
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1. Carriage encoder film:
Detects the state of carriage unit.
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2. Paper feed encoder film:
Detects the state of paper feed roller.
3. Paper edge sensor:
Detects the state of paper feeding and delivery.
4. Cover sensor:
Detects the state of flatbed unit.
5. ASF sensor:
Detects the state of ASF.
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2.2.1 Scanning Section Layout
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The scanning section scans documents that are to be sent or copied.
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Names and functions of parts
1. CCD drive motor
The CCD drive motoris used to drive the CCD.
2. CCD drive belt
The CCD drive belt is used to convey the driving force of the CCD drive motor to CCD.
3. CCD shaft
The CCD shaft is used to keep the direction of the driving force of CCD.
4. CCD
The CCD scans the image data from the document, converts it to Red,Green and Blue serial data, and transmits it to
the SPCNT board. CCD has 1,200 dpi scanning resolution.
5. White sheet
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This white sheet is used as a whiteness reference when pre-scanning documents.
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Chapter 2 2.3 Printer Section
2.3.1 Printer Mechanical Section
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The printer's mechanical parts consist of the BJ cartridge section, carriage section, purge section, and paper feed
section. Each part is explained below.
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2.3.2 Carriage Section
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The carriage secures the printhead including 2 ink tanks in place.
The carriage belt driven by the carriage motor (DC motor) moves the carriage horizontally back and forth across the
paper.
Regarding the carriage's position control, the initial position is detected when the carriage goes against the right wall
which is the home position. After that, the carriage position is detected by reading the pulse from the encoder film.
The paper spacing position is read from the carriage position when the carriage goes against the left wall.
2.3.3 Purge Section
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The purge section, driven by a dedicated purge motor, consists of the wiper, pump, cap and carriage lock.
The wiper maintains the head face surface to ensure high-quality printing. The ink suction feature enables the ink to
be readily ejected from the nozzles.
When the BJ cartridge is not in use, the nozzles are protected by caps, and the carriage is locked in place.
The motor's running direction controls the ink suction operation or capping/wiping/valve open/closing operation.
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2.3.4 Paper Feed Section
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The paper feed section consists of the paper loading section, paper feed section, and paper eject section.
1) Paper Loading Section
Paper is loaded automatically by the ASF (auto sheet feeder).
The feeder is designed accommodate various sizes of paper (as large as LGL), picking up individual sheets and
forwarding them to the feeding block.
2) Paper Feed Section
The paper feed section, driven by the paper feed motor, keeps the sheet of paper flat and horizontal on the platen and
rotates the feed roller to move the paper horizontally to and beneath the printhead.
3) Paper Ejection Section
After printing, paper is ejected onto the eject tray by the eject rollers.
After the sheet of paper leaves the paper feed rollers, the eject rollers take over to eject the paper.
2.3.5 Ink Sensor
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This machine is not equipped with the ink sensor.
The machine detecs the remaining amount of ink in the ink tank by counting the number of ink dots discharged. If
the number of ink dots dischedged reached a cerain level, an ink low message will be displayed on the LCD. When
the copies are not clear or nothing prints, it is time to replace the ink tank. [Did you replace the ink tank] message
will be displayed on the LCD after replaicng the ink tank. Select [Yes], and then reset the ink dots counter. If you
select [No], ink dots conunter will not be reset therefore will not be able to detect an accurate amount of the ink
remained in the tank.
You can check the reamingn amount of the ink in the ink tank using copy key, scan key to change the mode.
Ex:
COPY MODE
COL
BLK
Indicates the remaining ink volume at three different levels.
?
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Indicates the ink counter was not reset after replacing the ink tanks.
2.3.6 Cleaning Mode and Suction Amount
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Printhead cleaning is performed effectively and efficiently depending on conditions in order to prevent print errors
caused by bubble, dust, or ink clogging.
Cleaning is performed before starting to print except at the following timing:
- Dot count suction: Performed after paper ejection
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- Unit delivery: Performed when scanner unit is close.
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Cleaning Mode
Details
Suction
Amount
At delivery
Suction when head is first
installed after factory shipment.
0.36(Bk)
0.52(Color)
Dot count suction
When prescribed dot count
since the last suctions reached
(Bk/colors counted separately)
Timer suction-0*1
(Bk only)
If 24 to 336 hours have elapsed
since previouse suction
Timer suction-1
(Bk/color)*2
If 180 to 339 hours have
elapsed since previouse suction
(Bk/color counted separately)
Manual cleaning
(Bk/color/all colors)
* Panel operation (all colors
only)
* Driver operation(Bk/color/all
colors selectable)
Timer suction-2
(all colors)
If 336 to 1080 hours have
elapsed since previouse suction
0.36(Bk)
0.28(Color)
Timer suction-3
(all colors)
If 1080 to 2160 hours have
elapsed since previouse suction
0.75(Bk)
0.28(color)
Timer suction-4
(all colors)
If 2160 hours or more have
elapsed since previouse suction
1.50(Bk)
0.28(color)
Condition
Uncapped for more than
one hour when Soft ON
(all colors)
0.12(Bk)
0.14(color)
0.24(Bk)
0.52(color)
When replacing ink tank
(Bk/color)
When replacing printhead
(all colors)
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When printhead is removed/
installed.
0.36(Bk)
0.52(color)
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Printhead refreshing
(Bk/color/all colors)
* User operation
(all colors only)
* Driver operation
(Selectable from Bk, color, and
all colors)
1.50(Bk)
0.52(color)
*1: In case of time suction when 24 to 60 hours have elapsed since previous suction, the sequense will be complete
after five suctions are performed after factory shipment. After that, timer suction will be performed after 60 to 180
hours elapse.
*2: Suctions will be performed separately for Bk and color with their timer counted separately since previouse
suction. Therefore, suction mode may differ between Bk and color in some cases.
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Contents
Contents
3.1 Attention to be Paid During Assembly/Disassembly..........................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 Safety Cautions ............................................................................................................................................3-1
3.1.2 General Cautions..........................................................................................................................................3-2
3.1.3 Product-inherent Cautions............................................................................................................................3-3
3.1.4 Caution when replacing the SPCNT board ..................................................................................................3-4
3.1.5 Shipping the Main Unit................................................................................................................................3-4
3.2 Assembly and Disassembly ................................................................................................................................3-6
3.2.1 Disassembly/Assembly ................................................................................................................................3-6
3.2.2 Basic Disassembly .......................................................................................................................................3-6
3.2.3 Operation Panel Unit..................................................................................................................................3-12
3.2.4 Scanner Unit...............................................................................................................................................3-13
3.2.5 NCU Board, Modular Board ......................................................................................................................3-14
3.2.6 SPCNT Board ............................................................................................................................................3-16
3.2.7 Modem Board ............................................................................................................................................3-17
3.2.8 Print & ASF Unit .......................................................................................................................................3-18
3.2.9 Power Supply Unit .....................................................................................................................................3-20
Chapter 3
3.1 Attention to be Paid During Assembly/Disassembly
3.1.1 Safety Cautions
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Electrical shock
In order to prevent any risk of electrical shock, always be sure to check that the power cord and modular jack have
been removed. Also, remove all cables connecting to the computer. When conducting service that requires the
main unit to be powered on, be sure to wear some kind of earthing, such as a wrist strap, etc. Otherwise, there is
a danger of conduction and electrical shock.
Parts which are generally likely to cause electrical shock are as follows:
* Power supply unit primary (supplied with AC voltage)
* Telephone line primary
* LBP engine high voltage contacts (for high voltage during developing and transfer)
High temperature
In order to prevent burns during disassembly, allow at least ten minutes, after the power has been switched off, for
the high temperature components to cool down.
General high temperature components are as follows:
* Motors
* Power supply unit
* Elements on driver ICs, etc., on PCBs (in particular, ICs with heatsinks)
* BJ cartridge aluminium plate (for BJ cartridge engine models)
* Fixing unit and peripheral covers (for LBP engines)
Battery Replacement
The batteries must be replaced correctly to avoid explosion. Do not replace any battery with one not indicated for
the machine, ie., use one of the same type or equivalent. Be sure to dispose of used batteries according to local
laws and regulations.
Fire
It is dangerous to throw lithium batteries and parts and components containing flammable substances, such as
cartridges, etc., into fire. Such parts and components must be disposed of in accordance with local laws and
regulations.
Ignition
When using solvents such as alcohol, etc., while conducting service, there is a danger of fire igniting from heat from
internal circuitry and from sparks. Before using any such solvents, be sure to switch of the power and allow time
for high temperature parts to cool down. Make sure that there is sufficient ventilation when working with solvents.
Movable parts
In order to prevent accidents with movable parts, be sure to remove the power cable when conducting service that
requires disassembly. Also, take care that personal accessories and hair, etc., are not caught in any moving parts.
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Damage due to electrostatic discharge
This machine contains contact sensors and printed circuit boards that use ROMs, RAMs, custom chips and other
electronic components that are vulnerable to damage by electrostatic discharge.
Be careful to avoid any damage from electrostatic discharge when conducting service that requires disassembly.
Static electricity warning
Electrostatic discharge can destroy electronic components and alter electrical characteristics. Plastic tools and even
your hands, if they are not earthed, contain sufficient static electricity to damage electronic components.
The following materials may be used as countermeasures against electrostatic discharge:
* An earthed, conductive mat,
* An earthed writs-strap,
* Crocodile clips for the purpose of grounding metallic parts of the main unit.
For service conducted on the user's premises, etc., where such countermeasure materials are not available, the
following countermeasures may be employed.
* Use anti-static bags for the storage and carrying of PCBs and electrical elements.
* Avoid silk and polyester clothing and leather-soled shoes, favoring instead cotton clothes and rubber-soled
shoes.
* Avoid working in a carpeted area.
* Before beginning the work, touch the grounded earth terminals of the main unit in order to discharge any static
electricity.
* Use a wrist-strap and earth the metal parts of the main unit.
* PCBs and electrical elements must be lifted around the edges and their terminals must not be touched.
Caution against electrical shock while working with power on
In cases where service must be carried out with power on, via a connected power cable, be sure to wear an anti-static
wrist-strap or other earth, in order to prevent an electrical path being created through your body.
Application of grease
Grease must not be applied to any parts that are not so designated. If grease comes into contact with the rubber cap
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of the purge unit or wire, the BJ cartridge nozzle may become blocked and the cartridge rendered unusable. Also,
never use any other than the specified type of grease. Otherwise, plastic parts and rubber parts may melt or be
deformed.
Attaching and removing cables
Attaching and removing cables with the power still on may cause breakdowns and should be avoided. In particular,
flat cables are likely to cause short circuits. When attaching or removing cables, always be sure to turn the power
off.
3.1.3 Product-inherent Cautions
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Prevention of ink-soiling
Be careful when handling the BJ ink cartridge nozzle, the ink pad, head cap, head wiper and waste ink pad. Residual
ink may soil the main unit, working surfaces, your hands and clothes, etc. The ink is water-soluble, but because
it contains pigments, it will not wash out of clothes.
The ink does not contain any substances that are harmful to humans, but does not contain organic solvents (isopropyl
alcohol 67-63-0, diethylene glycol 111-46-6, glycerin 56-81-5 and ethylene glycol 107-21-1). If the ink should
accidentally get into someone's eyes, rinse the affected eye with plenty of clean water and seek medical attention.
If a large quantity of ink is accidentally swallowed, seek medical advice immediately. In such a case, let the doctor
know exactly what is written on the BJ cartridge label.
Conductivity of the ink
The ink used in the BJ cartridge is conductive. This means that, if the ink leaks, mechanical parts should be wiped
with a dampened paper towel or similar and electrical circuits wipes with issue paper so that all ink is removed
from below the IC chips.
If power is switched on while ink is leaking on the electrical circuits, the circuitry may short out and be damaged. If
ink is leaking, the power must be switched off.
Caution when handling the carriage encoder film
(1)Do not leave grease on the cartridge encoder film (code strip)
The presence of grease will prevent correct reading of the slit in the carriage encoder film, thus causing an error.
If grease is found on the cartridge encoder film, clean it thoroughly using alcohol.
(2) Do not bend or scratch the carriage encoder film (code strip).
If the carriage encoder film has been bent until it shows a white line or a scratch is found on it, replace it.
(3) Stretch the leaf spring excessively when removing/ fitting the carriage encoder film (code strip).
The carriage encoder film is secured in place under tension by means of a leaf spring. If the spring is stretched
excessively in the
direction of the arrow, you will not be able to secure the cartridge encoder film correctly next time.
You will have to stretch the leaf spring, but do not do so in excess when removing or fitting it.
Caution when replacing the waste ink absorber
The waste ink absorbers are designed to sop up any excess ink ejected during the cleaning operation or during ink
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absorbed is counted and these data stored in the EEPROM on the SPCNT board. Once the volume is judged to
have reached 100%, the message "CHECK PRINTER" (error code ##342) will be displayed, and printing will
stop, in order to ensure that the volume of ink absorbed does not exceed the allowed limit. To clear this error, you
need to replace the waste ink absorbers and rest the waste ink volume counter.
Removing the Purge Unit
When removing the purge unit, the carriage shaft must be removed in advance.
The purge unit cannot be removed without first removing the carriage shaft. If the purge unit is removed forcibly, it
may be damaged, or the carriage shaft may be damaged, causing uneven print density in printouts.
3.1.4 Caution when replacing the SPCNT board
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To replace the SPCNT board, perform the following:
a) Caution before replacing
You will need to execute 'All clear' after replacement. Be sure to print out the following data as necessary.
a-1) Image Data Stored in the Image Memory
The image data stored in the image memory will be lost as soon as the power is turned off. Check to be sure that all
data has been printed out before turning off the power.
a-2) User reports
Press the Menu key; then, use the
key to select 'REPROT/LIST', and use the
key to select the type of list
to print out.
b) Caution after replacing
1) When you have replaced the SPCNT board, be sure to execute 'All clear'. For instructions, see All Clear (Action
in the Event of Abnormality.)
2) After you have executed 'All clear', enter the appropriate data as necessary by referring to the list you have
previously printed out.
3.1.5 Shipping the Main Unit
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If you must ship the machine as after making repairs, be sure to go through the following:
(1) See to it that the BJ cartridge (printhead) remains fitted in the carriage.
(2) Press the On/Off key to turn off the power, and fix the carriage in its home position; then, disconnect the power
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cord.
If you leave the BJ cartridge (printhead) alone on its own, the ink can start to cake. Be sure to keep the BJ cartridge
fitted in the carriage in the course of shipment.
On the other hand, if the carriage is not fixed to its home position, it can move right/left during shipment, possibly
importing stress on the paper feed encoder film. Check to make sure it is fixed in its home position.
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Chapter 3 3.2 Assembly and Disassembly
3.2.1 Disassembly/Assembly
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As a rule, refer to the Parts Catalog for instructions on how to disassemble and assemble the machine. The
discussions that follow are limited to those components that are thought to require replacement relatively more often
than others.
3.2.2 Basic Disassembly
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(1) Remove Multi-purpose tray.
(2) Remove 5 screws (a), and detach the rear cover.
MP390: detach claws and remove the speaker.
Rear cover
Multi-purpose tray
a
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(3) Lift the scanner unit and insert a precision flat bladed screwdriver in an upright posture in a narrow gap between
the right front cover and the right side cover. Exert an outward pressure by twisting the screwdriver to detach the
claw (b). Then detach two claws (c) in descending order.
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b
c
F-3-3
(4) Insert the precision screwdriver into the gap shown in the below photo. Detach the claw (d) and remove the right
front cover.
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Right Fromt Cover
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Reference
The right front cover has 7 claws, and remaining claws will unhook by themselvs after detaching outer claws in step
3 and 4. Please refer to the below image for the position of claws (view of the reverse side).
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(5) Insert a precision flat bladed screwdriver in an upright posture in a narrow gap between the left front cover and
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the left side cover. Exert an outward pressure by twisting the screwdriver to detach the claw (f). Detaich 3 claws
(g) in descending order and remove the left front cover.
f
g
Left Front Cover
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Reference
The left front cover has 8 claws. The remaining nails will unhook by themselves after detaching outer claws in step
5. Please refer to the below image for the position of claws (view of the reverse side).
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(6) Insert two precision flat bladed screwdriver into holes on the both sides of Paper output tray open button. Remove
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Open Button
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(7) Remove 3 screws (e) (one in the front and two in the back), and then remove the right side cover.
e
e
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The side cover has a claw inside. So lifting the side cover will make it easier to detach it from the main unit. The
side cover works as a bearing of the scanner unit. Please be careful not to get your finger caught between the scanner
unit and the side cover when removing the side cover.
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(8) Remove 3 screws (h) (one in the front and two in the back) and then remove the left side cover.
Lifting the left side cover will make it easier to detach it from the main unit.
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Left Side Cover
h
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3.2.3 Operation Panel Unit
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(1) Remove 6 claws (a) and then remove the operation panel cover.
(2) Remove 4 screws (b).
(3) Remove Connector J1 from the operation panel unit, and then remove the operation panel unit from
main unit.
a
a
Operation Panel Cover
b
Operaton Panel Unit
b
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3.2.4 Scanner Unit
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(1) Perform step 1 thorugh step 3 in the Basic Disassembly, and then remove the right front cover.
(2) Remove the screw (a) and then remove a grounding cable.
(3) Remove Connector JCCD1, JCCD2, JPANEL1 from the SPCNT Board.
a
SPCNT Board
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(4) Remove the scanner unit from the main unit.
(5) Remove 6 claws (b) and then remove the operation panel cover.
(6) Remove 4 screws (c) and then remove the operation panel unit from the scanner unit.
b
b
Scan Unit
Operation Panel Cover
c
Operation Panel Unit
c
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(1) Remove 5 screws (a) and then remove the rear cover.
Rear cover
Multi-purpose tray
a
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(2) Remove the claw (b) and then remove a speaker from the rear cover.
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Speaker
b
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(3) Remove all cables connected to NCU Board.
(4) Remove two screws (c) and then remove NCU Board.
(5) Remove connector J3 from the modular board.
(6) Remove 2 screws (d) and then remove the modular board.
c
NCU Board
Moduler Board
d
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(1) Perform the Basic Disassembly procedures.
(2) MP390: Remove NCU and the modular board.
(3) Perform step 1 through step 4 of the disassembly procedures of the scanner unit.
Then remove the scanner unit from the main unit.
(4) Remove the inner cover from the middle frame.
(5) Remove Connector JHEAD1, JHEAD0, JEXIT1 from the SPCNT Board.
(6) Remove Connector JTRY1 from the sensor board.
(7) Remove the screw (a) from the middle frame.
(8) Remove Connector JCARD1, JPSU1, JUSB2 from the SPCNT Board.
Inner Cover
a
Middle Frame
SPCNT Board
a
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(9) Remove 2 screws (b) and then remove the multi-card reader board together with its frame from the main unit.
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Multi-Card Reader Frame
b
SPCNT Board
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(10) Remove 3 screws (c) and then remove the SPCNT Board together with its frame from the main unit.
c
SPCNT Board Frame
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3.2.7 Modem Board
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(1) Remove the SPCNT Board from the main unit.
(2) Remove 3 claws (a).
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(3) Remove Connector JMODEM1 and then remove the modem board.
3.2.8 Print & ASF Unit
(1) Perfom the bais disassembly procedures.
(2) MP390: Remove NCU and the modular board.
(3) Remove the scanner unit.
(4) Remove the inner cover from the middle frame.
(5) Remove Connector JHEAD1, JHEAD0, JEXIT1, and JPSU1 from the SPCNT board.
(6) Remove 5 screws (a) from the middle frame.
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Inner Cover
a
Middle Frame
SPCNT Board
a
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(7) Remove 3 screws (b) and then remove the SPCNT board together with the board frame.
b
SPCNT Board Frame
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(8) Remove Connector JTRY1 from the SENS board.
(9) Remove 3 screws (c) and then remove the printer and ASF unit from the main unit by lifting them.
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c
c
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3.2.9 Power Supply Unit
(1) Perform the basic disassembly procedures.
(2) MP390: Remove NCU and the modular board.
(3) Remove the scanner unit.
(4) Remove Print & ASF unit.
(5) Remove the screw (a) and then remove the Power supply unit cover.
(6) Remove the screw (b) and then remove the Power connector cover.
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(7) Remove the screw (c) and then remove the Power supply unit.
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Removing the Power supply unit (MP390 only)
Please make sure to attach the Power supply unit to the main unit only after connecting a grounding cable to the unit.
If a grounding cable is connected to the Power supply unit after the Power supply unit is attached to the main unit, it
may damage the Power supply unit with electrical stress.
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Chapter 4 Maintenance
Contents
Contents
4.1 Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................................4-1
4.1.1 Consumables ................................................................................................................................................4-1
4.1.2 Cleaning .......................................................................................................................................................4-1
4.1.3 Periodic Inspection.......................................................................................................................................4-1
4.1.4 Periodic Replacement Parts .........................................................................................................................4-2
4.1.5 Adjustment Items .........................................................................................................................................4-2
4.1.6 General Tools ...............................................................................................................................................4-2
4.1.7 Special Tools................................................................................................................................................4-2
4.2 How to Clean Parts .............................................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.1 How to Clean Parts ......................................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.2 Exterior.........................................................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.3 Scanning Unit...............................................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.4 Printer...........................................................................................................................................................4-5
4.3 Service Switches .................................................................................................................................................4-6
4.3.1 Hardware Switches ......................................................................................................................................4-6
4.3.2 Service Data Setting.....................................................................................................................................4-6
4.3.3 Service Data Flowchart ................................................................................................................................4-8
4.4 New SSSWs/Parameters Added to This Model................................................................................................4-16
4.4.1 Service Data ...............................................................................................................................................4-16
4.5 User Report Output Functions ..........................................................................................................................4-17
4.5.1 User report output functions ......................................................................................................................4-17
4.6 Wiring Diagram ................................................................................................................................................4-19
4.6.1 Wiring Diagram .........................................................................................................................................4-19
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4.1 Maintenance
4.1.1 Consumables
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Level
Consumable
When
User
Ink tank
(BCI-24Black /
BCI-24Color)
When ink in the ink tank runs
out.
Service Person
BJ cartridge
Uneven printing even after
performing head cleaning
several times with ink
remained in the tank.
4.1.2 Cleaning
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Please refer to How to Clean Parts for cleaning procedures.
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Level
Location
When
Users
Exterior
When it gets dirty
Document glass
When it gets dirty
Platen
When the platen is stained with
ink
Roller
When papers are not fed/ejected
properly
Service Person
4.1.3 Periodic Inspection
None
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None
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None
4.1.5 Adjustment Items
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The following adjustments must be made on this fax.
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Item
Indication
Printhead Position Adjustment
When the vertical lines shift during Bidirectional printing.
4.1.6 General Tools
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Tool
Use
Phillips screwdriver
Removing/inserting screws
Flat bladed screwdriver
Removing/inserting screws
Precision Phillips screwdriver
Removing/inserting screws
Precision flat bladed screwdriver
Removing plastic tabs
Tweezers
Removing coil spring
Isopropyl alcohol (IPA)
Cleaning the cleaning location
Pliers, needle nose
Driving retaining ring
4.1.7 Special Tools
0002-0586
T-4-5
4-2
Tool
Use
Part No.
Grease (FLOIL KG107)
Apply to specified
parts
QY9-0057
Chapter 4
Tool
Use
Part No.
Grease (PG-641)
Apply to specified
parts
CK-0562
Grease (IF-20)
Apply to specified
parts
CK-8006
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Chapter 4 4.2 How to Clean Parts
4.2.1 How to Clean Parts
0002-0504
NOTE:
If the parts above are very dirty, wipe with a cloth moistened with IPA (isopropyl alcohol).
Precautions when Using IPA
When cleaning wit IPA, take care to prevent the IPA from splashing high-temperature parts. If IPA splashes hightemperature parts, leave for at least three minutes to allow the IPA to evaporate.
4.2.2 Exterior
0002-0507
Main Unit Outer Covers
Wipe with a dry, soft cloth.
4.2.3 Scanning Unit
0002-0515
Document Glass
Open the pressure plate. Dampen a clean cloth and wring it thoroughly. Wipe the document glass with the cloth and
dry the glass well. You may use a mild detergent diluted with water if the glass is very dirty.
Document Cover
Open the pressure plate, and wipe with a dry soft cloth.
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Chapter 4
F-4-1
A: Document Cover
B: Document Glass
4.2.4 Printer
0002-2366
Cleaning the roller
Remove all the media from the multi-purpose tray, and then press the [User Mode] key. Select [MAINTENANCE]
by pressing cursor keys. Select [ROLLER CLEANING] by pressing cursor keys, and then press the [Set] key.
Repeat this procedure twice after the roller cleaning is complete. Load A4 or LTR plain papers into the multipurpose tray, and then perform the roller cleaning three times.
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Chapter 4 4.3 Service Switches
4.3.1 Hardware Switches
0002-0525
There is no service hardware switche on the Circuit board.
4.3.2 Service Data Setting
0002-0528
Service data can be checked and changed with items on display menus. The effective SSSWs/parameters and their
default values in this fax machine are shown in Service Data Setting. Detailed description of each SSSW/parameter
is not given in this manual except the new SSSWs/parameters added to this model. See G3/G4 Facsimile Service
Data Handbook (Rev.1) (supplied separately) for details of them. The new switches for this model are described
in New SSSWs/Parameters Added to This Model.
#1SSSW (Service soft switch settings)
These setting items are for basic fax service functions such as error management, echo countermeasures, and
communications trouble countermeasures.
#2 MENU (MENU switch settings)
These setting items are for functions required during installation, such as NL equalized and transmission levels.
#3 NUMERIC Param. (NUMERIC parameter settings)
These setting items are for inputting numeric parameters such as the various conditions for the FAX/TEL switching
function.
#4 NCU (NCU settings)
These setting items are for telephone network control functions such as the selection signal transmission conditions
and the detection conditions, for the control signals sent from the exchange.
#5 TYPE (TYPE setting)
The type setting makes the service data conform to a specific country communications standards. There is only one
setting item in this block.
#6 GENESIS (UHQ function setting)
These setting items are for scanned image processing such as edge enhancement and error diffusion processing.
#7 PRINTER (PRINTER function settings)
These setting items are for basic printer service functions such as the reception picture reduction conditions. Also
there is an item for resetting the printer section without switching the power off-on.
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Chapter 4
#8 CLEAR (Data initialization mode)
Various data is initialized by selecting one of these setting items. There is a setting item for checking/inputting the
total number of pages printed and total number of pages scanned by this fax.
#9 ROM (ROM management)
ROM data such as the version number and checksum are displayed.
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Chapter 4 4.3.3 Service Data Flowchart
0004-3250
Service Data
#1 SSSW
(Service soft switch setting)
SCAN
Menu
Bit
SW01
SW02
7
–
–
6
–
–
5
–
–
4
0
–
3
–
–
2
–
–
1
0
–
0
0
0
SW03
SW04
0
1
0
0
0
–
0
0
–
0
–
0
0
–
–
–
SW05
–
–
–
0
0
–
–
–
SW06
SW07
SW08
SW09
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
0
–
–
0
–
–
–
0
SW10
SW11
SW12
SW13
SW14
SW15
SW16
SW17
SW18
SW19
SW20
SW21
SW22
SW23
SW24
SW25
SW26
SW27
SW28
SW29
SW30
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
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–
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–
–
0
–
–
–
–
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–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
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–
–
–
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–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
0
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
0
–
0
–
–
SW30 to SW50
SW50
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Error management
NETWORK connection condition
memory clear list setting
Echo solution setting
Communication trouble
solution settings
Standard function (DIS signal)
setting
Scan condition settings
Not used
Not used
Communications result display
function settings
Not used
Not used
Page timer settings
Not used
Not used
Dial-in FAX/TEL switching functio
Not used
Not used
Communication trouble solutions
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Report display function settings
Transmission function settings
Not used
V.8/V.34 protocol settings
Not used
Not used
Not used
Chapter 4
F-4-2
The switches marked "-" are not used. Do not change their settings.
#2 MENU
(Menu switch settings)
01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
ON
OFF
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
NL equalizer setting
06:
DIAL
SERVICEMAN
OFF
Line monitor setting
07:
10 (-10dBm)
(8~15)
Transmission level setting
08:
3429 (baud)
3200
3000
2800
2743
2400
V.34 Baud rate
09:
33.6 (Kbps)
(2.4 x n, 1 n
V.34 Transmission speed
14)
10:
20:
Items 10 to 20
Not used
Figures in boldface indicate the default setting.
F-4-3
No.01 to 04, 10 to 20 are not used. Do not change their settings.
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Chapter 4 #3 NUMERIC Param.
(Numeric parameter settings)
F-4-4
4-10
Range
01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
06:
07:
08:
09:
Default
0
10 (10%)
15 (15 lines)
12 (12 times)
4
4
350
0
6 (6 digits)
10:
11:
12:
13:
14:
15:
16:
5500 (55 seconds)
3500 (35 seconds)
0
1300
0
120 (1200 ms)
4 (4 seconds)
(0~ 9999)
(0~9999)
17:
18:
19:
20:
21:
22:
23:
24:
25:
100 (1000 ms)
0 (0 ms)
200 (2000 ms)
100 (1000 ms)
0 (0ms)
200 (2000 ms)
44
20
60 (600 ms)
(0~ 999)
(0~ 999)
(0~ 999)
(0~ 999)
(0~ 999)
(0~ 999)
(Do not change)
(0~ 20)
(0~ 999)
26:
27:
28:
29:
30:
44
0
0
0
10
(Do not change)
(1~ 99)
(2~ 99)
(1~ 99)
(1~ 20)
(0~ 999)
(0~ 9)
Not used
RTN signal transmission condition (1)
RTN signal transmission condition (2)
RTN signal transmission condition (3)
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
The number of digits in telephone number
compared against TSI signal to be matched
for restricted receiving function
Line connection detection time (T0 timer)
T1 Timer (Rx)
Not used
Not used
Not used
Hooking detection time
Pseudo RBT transmission from CML on time
until start
Pseudo RBT signal pattern: On time
Pseudo RBT signal pattern: off time (short)
Pseudo RBT signal pattern: off time (long)
Pseudo ring pattern: On time setting
Pseudo ring pattern: Off time (short)
Pseudo ring pattern: Off time (long)
FAX/TEL switching function signal detection le
Pseudo-RBT signal transmission level
Answering machine connection function
signal detection time
Answering machine connection no-sound dete
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Chapter 4
No. 01, 05 to 08, 012 to 14, 27 to 30 are not used. Do not change their settings.
#3 NUMERIC PARAM. (Numeric parameter settings)
The relationship between the settings and the detection levels is as follows:
Parameter 24
0: Not used 1: Not used 2: Not used 3: Not used 4: Not used
5: -8 dBm 6: -9 dBm 7: -10 dBm 8: -11 dBm 9: -12 dBm
10: -13 dBm 11: -14 dBm 12: -15 dBm 13: -16 dBm 14: -17 dBm
15: -18 dBm 16: -19 dBm 17: -20 dBm 18: -21 dBm 19: -22 dBm
20: -23 dBm
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Chapter 4 4-12
Chapter 4
#4 NCU
(NCU settings)
#5 TYPE
(Type setting)
1.TONE/PULSE
2.DIAL TONE
3.2nd DIAL TONE
4.BUSY TONE 0
5.BUSY TONE 1
6.REORDER TONE
7.MULTI
8.AUTO RX
9.CNG DETECT
10.SPECIAL
11.RKEY
12.PBX DIAL TONE
13.PBX BUSY TONE
U.S.A.
EUROPE
U. K.
SWEDEN
SWISS
AUSTRIA
DENMARK
NORWAY
HOLLAND
BELGIUM
AUSTRALIA
FINLAND
N. Z.
ITALY
SPAIN
PORTUGAL
IRELAND
HONG KONG
MALAYSIA
HUNGARY
SAF
KOREA
CHINA
GERMAN
FRANCE
SINGAPORE
CZECH
SLOVENIA
CANADA
JAPAN
RUSSIA
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Chapter 4 F-4-5
#4 NCU (NCU settings)
The values of these items are all set to match a specific nation's communications standards by the #5 TYPE setting.
Do not change these setting.
#6 GENESIS (UHQ)
(Genesis function settings)
#7 PRINTER
1.Bit SW
2.SLICE
3.GAMMA
#1 SSSW
(Printer function settings)
6
–
5 4 3
– – –
Not used
2
–
1
–
0
–
Not used
SW06
– –
SW07~20:
SW20
– – –
Not used
1
0
0
Reduction settings
Bit
SW01
7
–
SW02~05:
#2 NUMERIC Param
01: 18 (mm)
02: 0
03: 0
04: 0
05: 5 (mm)
Not used
Not used
Not used
Leading edge margin
Trailing edge margin (B
Item 06~30:
Not used
30:
F-4-6
4-14
#3 PRINT COUNT
86/ 86
Print counter check
#4 PRINTER RESET
Yes = ( * )
No = ( # )
Printer section reset function
#5 INK ABS CAPA
SUCTION
Not used
Chapter 4
#6 GENESIS (UHQ function settings)
Tampering with this setting may cause the scanned image quality to deteriorate. Do not change these settings.
#8 CLEAR
(Data initialization mode
TEL
USER SW
settings)
SERVICE SW
NCU
SERVICE DATA
REPORT
COUNTER
ALL
#9 ROM
(ROM management)
MAIN:WLD-10-03
030217 DB03 FFFF
USB :05.12
Dialling data initialization
User data and service data #1 t
initialization
User data and service data #1 t
#6 to #7 initialization
#4 NCU setting data initializatio
Data on system dump list initial
Data on activity report initializat
Total number of pages printed/s
All user data, service data, activ
management data, and image d
initialization (except COUNTER
Version No. and Checksum disp
CPU :WLD-01-01-CPU
021030 6511 FFFF
#10 CS SET
SERVICE REPORT
1.SERVICE & SYSTEM
2.SERVICE DATA
3.SYSTEM DUNP
TEST MODE
F-4-7
NOTE:
If USER SW is selected from #8 CLEAR, the memory management of the user data is not cleared. If TEL or
SERVICE SW is selected, the memory management of the user data is cleared.
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Chapter 4 4.4 New SSSWs/Parameters Added to This Model
4.4.1 Service Data
0002-0681
SSSW (Service Soft Switch settings)
The items registered and set by each of these switches comprise 8-bit switches. The figure below shows which
Bi
t7
Bi
t6
Bi
t5
Bi
t4
Bi
t3
Bi
t2
Bi
t1
Bi
t0
numbers are assigned to which bits. Each bits has a value of either 0 or 1.
SW01
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
F-4-8
Refer to the service data menu for the details of the service switches and the initial setup values of this machine.
Because this machine does not have any new additional service data, for further details of service data, refer to the
separate volume, "G3/G4 Facsimile Service Data Service Handbook (revised ver.1)".
Below are examples showing how to read bit switch tables.
Indicates that the
setting is "1".
Indicates that the
setting is "0".
Figures in boldface
are default settings.
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
F-4-9
4-16
Function
Service error code
Error dump list
Not used
Copy function
##300 series service error code
Not used
Not used
User setting restriction
1
Output
Output
0
Not Output
Not Output
No
Output
Yes
Not Output
Setting possible Setting resrticted
Chapter 4
4.5 User Report Output Functions
4.5.1 User report output functions
0004-5270
The machine can output user reports manually by user operation, or automatically, according to user data settings.
a) Manual output of reports by user operation
T-4-6
Report type
Operations
Activity report
Press the [Additional Function] key, and then
Directory dial
select [Fax Settings]. Press
User data list
Document memory list
key to selec
[Reports/Lists]. Using the
key, select the
type of report to generate, and press the [Set]
key.
b) Reports output automatically by user data registration
Each report written below can be automatically output by specifying "REPORT SETTINGS" in user data
registration.
Transmission report
Reception report
Memory box report
REFERENCE:
For samples of user reports, see the User's Guide.
NOTE:
ROM Version display
The ROM version is printed on the top left hand side of the User's data list.
Please refer to this when troubleshooting.
example:
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Chapter 4 WLD-XX-XX
/X.XX
A
B
F-4-10
A: Printer ROM version
B: MAIN-ROM-version
c) Reports output automatically
Memory clear report
The machine automatically outputs a memory clear report when the power is turned on after a power cut.
F-4-11
TX/RX NO
MODE
: Indicates four digits of the transaction number
: Indicates, TRANSMIT, MEMORY RX etc.
CONNECTION TEL/ID : Number sent from the other party or number dialled
PGS.
SET TIME
4-18
: Number of pages are stored in memory
: Time when data is stored in memory
Chapter 4
4.6 Wiring Diagram
4.6.1 Wiring Diagram
0005-4763
Scanner unit
Operation panel
1-------27
Cover sensor
PS1
JHEAD1
1--------27
JHEAD2
Flat
cable
Flat
cable
1---12
JPANEL1
1----22
JCCD1
JCCD2
1--4
Flat
cable
SPCNT board
JPSU1
1----7
Power supply unit
1----7
CN201
Carriage unit
Paper tray
sensor
1----6
J10
JSPCNT
1-------30
1-------30
JMODEM1
J2
9-----1
Multi-Card
reader board
Flat
cable
1--4
1--2
JAPM1 JSPK1
1-------28
JEXT2
JPURGE1
3--1
Sensor board
2--1
JSPK2
Purge
motor
J3
1--5
Moduler board
2--1
JTRY1
To Modem board
JSPK3
Flat
cable
25----1
J1
JCARD1
1-----9
NCU board
To Sensor board JSPK1
JNCU1
1----25
PS2
JNCU2 JSPK3
1----6 1--2
Modem board
JUSB2
1----5
Camera
board
JSPCNT3
5----1
JEXT1
1-------28
JCRM1
3--1
Paper edge sensor
Pick up
sensor
Purge
sensor
4--1
JLFM1
PS2
PS1
1--5
J1
TEL LINE
Paper tray
solenoid
Speaker
Paper feed
motor
Carriage
motor
F-4-12
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Chapter 5 Troubleshootin
g
Contents
Contents
5.1 Troubleshooting Index ........................................................................................................................................5-1
5.1.1 Troubleshooting Index .................................................................................................................................5-1
5.2 Errors Shown on the Display ..............................................................................................................................5-3
5.2.1 User Error Message......................................................................................................................................5-3
5.3 Error Code...........................................................................................................................................................5-8
5.3.1 ERROR CODE LIST ...................................................................................................................................5-8
5.3.2 New Error Codes and Recovery methods ..................................................................................................5-13
5.4 Errors not Shown on the Display ......................................................................................................................5-15
5.4.1 General Errors ............................................................................................................................................5-15
5.4.2 Printing problem ........................................................................................................................................5-15
5.4.3 Scanning Problems.....................................................................................................................................5-17
5.4.4 Memory Card Problem...............................................................................................................................5-18
5.5 Test Mode Function Problems ..........................................................................................................................5-19
5.5.1 Faulty Operation Panel Test.......................................................................................................................5-19
5.5.2 Faulty DRAM Test.....................................................................................................................................5-19
5.5.3 Faulty Sensor Test......................................................................................................................................5-19
5.6 Processing Communication Problems ..............................................................................................................5-20
5.6.1 Initial identification of problems................................................................................................................5-20
5.6.2 Procedures for processing communication problems ................................................................................5-21
5.7 Test Functions ...................................................................................................................................................5-25
5.7.1 Test Mode Overviw ...................................................................................................................................5-25
5.7.2 Test Mode Flowchart .................................................................................................................................5-25
5.7.3 DRAM Tests ..............................................................................................................................................5-27
5.7.4 PRINT Tests...............................................................................................................................................5-27
5.7.5 FACULTY Tests........................................................................................................................................5-28
5.7.6 PRINTER Tests..........................................................................................................................................5-32
5.7.7 MODEM, NCU Tests ................................................................................................................................5-33
Chapter 5
5.1 Troubleshooting Index
5.1.1 Troubleshooting Index
0002-1612
For troubleshooting, use the troubleshooting index below to investigate the cause of the problem and refer to
the specified page for countermeasures.
Problem
Errors shown on the display (Evaluation criteria: Look at the unit in question.)
The error message can be checked.
The error code can be checked.
General errors
The unit does not power on.
The display looks abnormal.
The keys do not work.
Printing problem
The paper is not fed properly.
The paper feed motor does not run.
The paper is not picked up from the auto sheet feeder.
The printing operation is abnormal.
Nothing is printed.
The carriage motor does not run.
Carriage error
The carriage hits against left/right stop plate, causing a noize.
Printing quality error
The printer does not print at all.
Printing stop midway.
Certain colors do not print.
Blotches appear.
Blank ink appear.
Scanning problem (Evaluation criteria: Test printing is good, but the copied image is no good.)
The scanning image is abnormal.
Nothing prints.
The image has vertical stripes.
The half-tone image contains black dots.
The color or brightness of the scanned image is not normal.
Memory card problem
Memory card error
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Chapter 5 5-2
Chapter 5
5.2 Errors Shown on the Display
5.2.1 User Error Message
0004-3247
Look for the applicable error message and execute the appropriate countermeasures.
"BLACK INK LOW"
Cause: The ink level in the black ink tank is low.
Solution: Replace the black ink tank. If the machine stops printing when copying or photo printing, you can continue
printing by pressing the [Set] key. However, note that ink may run out. If print quality deteriorates or the printout
is blank, replace the ink tank.
"BUSY/NO SIGNAL"
Cause: The receiving fax did not answer within 55 seconds. (T1 timer over)
Solution: Contact the other party and have them check their fax.You can try to send the document manually. For an
overseas call, add pauses to the registered number.
Cause: The touch tone/rotary pulse setting on your fax is incorrect.
Solution: Set your fax to the setting that matches your telephone line.
Cause: The other party is not using a G3 machine.
Solution: Contact the other party and have them send or receive the document using a G3 machine.
Cause: The other party's fax is not working.
Solution: Contact the other party and have them check their fax.
Cause: The telephone number you dialed is busy.
Solution: Try sending the document at a later time.
"CANNOT USE THIS CARD"
TURN OFF AND ON
Cause: You have inserted a memory card incompatible with the machine or a damaged memory card into the card
slot.
Solution: Remove the memory card from the slot, and then turn the power OFF and ON again.
"CARD READER BUSY"
Cause: You tried to start photo printing when the card slot was in use by the computer.
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Chapter 5 Solution: Wait until the card slot is no longer being used by the computer.
"CARD READER ERROR"
Cause: Thre is a problem with the card slot.
Solution: (1) Switch to another mode or turn the machine OFF and ON.
(2) Check the connection between the multi-card board and the SPCNT board.
(3) Replace the multi-card board.
(4) Replace the SPCNT board.
"CARD READER OFFLINE"
Cause: The card slot may not be receiving any power.
Solution: (1) Remove the memory card from the card slot, turn the power OFF and ON again, then reinsert the
memory card.
(2) Check the connection between the multi-card board and the SPCNT board.
(3) Replace the multi-card board.
(4) Replace the SPCNT board.
"CARTRIDGE JAMMED"
Printing position correction failed.
Cause: Carriage movement prevented by one of the followings:
Damaged shaft
Parts deformed. (Carriage or guide frame)
Insufficient grease
Solution: Replace the shaft.
Replace the deformed parts.
Apply more grease.
Cause: Bi-directional print displacement correction failed because the carriage motor is out of step, or some similar
reason.
Solution: Replace the carriage motor.
Home position error
Cause: Tried to stop the carriage unit that has been moving or to move the carriage unit at a pouse by force.
Solution: Do not touch the carriage unit other than cartrige replacement position.
Cause: Foreign body in carriage section.
Solution: Open flatbed ass'y and remove the foreign body.
Cause: Loose carriage belt.
Solution: Replace the carriage belt.
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Chapter 5
Cause: Carriage motor does not work.
Solution: (1) Switch power OFF/ON.
(2) Replace the carriage motor.
Cause: The position of the carriage cannot be detected (due to smears on the carriage encoder film or the SPCNT
board failure).
Solution: (1) Switch power OFF/ON.
(2) Wipe the cariage encoder film with a cloth soaked with alcohol.
(3) Replace the carriage unit.
(4) Replace the carriage encoder film.
(5) Replace the SPCNT board.
Note:
This error message means the same as service error codes ##338 and ##340. When this error occurs in this model.
it is not treated as a service error, but as a user error, and the error message is displayed.
"CHECK PAPER SIZE"
Cause: The size of the paper loaded in the paper cassette is different from the paper size set by user data.
Solution: Load an appropriate papaer in the paper cassette. Or change the paper size settings, and then press the [Set]
key.
"CHECK PRINTER" (##334 - ##336, ##343, ##345, ##346,##352)
Cause: The printer's internal unit has malfunctioned.
Solution: (1) Remove the jammed paper. (Check the paper edge sensor is OFF.)
(2) Press the [Set] key.
(3) Reinstall the printhead.
(4) Turn the power off and on.
(5) Check the service error code and refer to an appropriate solution.
"CLEAR PAPER JAM"
Cause: There is a paper jam.
Solution: Clear the paper jam and reload paper in the multi-purpose tray. Press the [Set] key or the [Start] key.
"COLOR INK LOW"
Cause: The ink level in the color ink tank is low.
Solution: Make sure you have a new color ink tank ready to replace the used one when ink runs out. If the machine
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Chapter 5 stops printing when copying or photo printing, you can continue printing by pressing the [Set] key. However, note
that ink may run out. If print quality deteriorates or the printout is blank, replace the ink tank.
"COVER OPEN"
Cause: You opened the flatbed ass'y during an operation.
Solution: Close the flatbed ass'y.
Cause: Faulty cover sensor
Solution: Replace the cover sensor (a unit of replacement is the SPCNT board: HK1-0754,MP390:HK1-0755)
"INK TANK CHANGED?"
Cause: You returned the scan unit to its original position.
Solution: If you replaced an ink tank, press [YES]. If you did not, press [NO].
"LOAD PAPER"
Cause: The multi-purpose tray is empty.
Solution: Load paper in the multi-purpose tray. Make sure the stack is below the paper limit mark. Press the [Set]
key, the [Color Start] key or [B&W Start] key.
"NO ANSWER"
Cause: The recipient's fax machine does not answer.
Solution: Check the number. Try dialing again after waiting for a moment.
"PROBLEM READING CARD"
REINSERT MEMORY CARD
Cause: The data on the memory card may be inaccessible.
Solution: Check the data on the memory card in you digital camera.
"PROBLEM READING CARD"
TURN OFF AND ON
Cause: There is a problme with the card slot.
Solution: (1) Switch to another mode or turn the machine OFF and ON.
(2) Check the connection between the multi-card board and the SPCNT board.
(3) Replace the multi-card board.
(4) Replace the SPCNT board.
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"PUT IN CARTRIDGE"
Cause: The printhead is not set.
Solution: Set the printhead.
"WASTED INK NEAR FULL"
Cause: The waste ink tank (which holds the ink used for print head cleaning) is nearly full.
Solution: If "CHECK PRINTER" message is displayed, refer to Cause and Solution of the error code ##343 and
replace the waste ink tank.
"WRONG CARTRIDGE"
Cause: The printhead (BJ cartridge) is not installed correctly.
Solution: Install the prithead (BJ cartridge).
Cause: The printhead (BJ cartridge) is defective.
Solution: Replace the printhead (BJ cartridge).
"MEMORY FULL"
Cause: The fax's memory is full because it has received too many documents.
Solutions: (1) Print out any documents which are stored in memory. Then start the operation again.
(2) If the memory contains any facsimiles you don't need, delete them.
(3) You cannot receive a fax was scanned with fine graphic images.
Cause: The fax's memory is full because you tried to send too many pages at once.
Solution: Divide the document and send each part separately.
Cause: The macine's memory is full because you tried to copy too many pages at once or a very detailed document.
Solution: Divide the document and copy each part separately.
Cause: Tried to print a large image data in the photo print mode.
Solution: Print the image data from the computer.
"WAIT COOLING"
Cause: During printing, the printhead may have become too hot.
Solution: Allow the machine to cool down. The machine will resume printing when it has cooled down.
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Chapter 5 5.3 Error Code
5.3.1 ERROR CODE LIST
0002-0964
The error codes that have newly been added starting with the product are identified by the notation "new" those error
codes for which remedies unique to the product are offered are identified by the notation "UNQ (UNIQUE)."
User error code
T-5-1
No.
Tx or Rx
Definition
#001
[TX ]
Document has jammed
#003
[TX/RX]
Document is too long, or page time-over
#005
[TX/RX]
Initial identification (T0/T1) time-over
#009
[RX ]
Recording paper has jammed or the recording paper has run out
#011
[RX ]
Polling reception error
#012
[TX ]
The other party has run out of recording paper
#018
[TX/RX]
Auto dialing transmission error
#021
[RX ]
The other party has rejected the machine during polling reception
#022
[TX ]
Call fails
#037
[RX ]
Memory has overflowed when receiving images
#052
[RX ]
Image memory full by no ink error
#085
[TX ]
Other party does not support ITU-T Color Faxing
#995
[TX/RX]
Memory Communication reservation cancellation
Service error code
T-5-2
No.
5-8
Tx or Rx
Definition
##100
[TX]
The number allowed for retransmission of the procedure signal was
exceeded during transmission
##101
[TX/RX]
The modem speed of the machine does not match that of the other party
##102
[TX]
Fallback is not possible
Chapter 5
No.
Tx or Rx
Definition
##103
[RX]
EOL cannot be detected for 5 sec (15 sec if CBT)
##104
[TX]
RTN or PIN has been received
##106
[RX]
The procedure singal cannot be received for 6 sec while in wait
##107
[RX]
The transmitting machine cannot be use fallback
##109
[TX]
After transmitting DCS, a signal other than DIS, DTC, FTT, CFR, and
CRP was received, exceeding the permitted number of transmissions of
the procedure signal
##111
[TX/RX]
Memory error
##114
[RX]
RTN was transmitted
##200
[RX]
During image reception, a carrier is not detected for 5 sec
##201
[TX/RX]
DCN was received through a non-normal procedure
##204
[TX]
Receive DTC without Tx data
##220
[TX/RX]
System error (e.g., main program may have gone away)
##224
[TX/RX]
Fault occurred in the communication procedure signal
##226
[TX/RX]
Stack Pointer Not within RAM Range
##229
[RX]
The recording system became locked for 1 min
##232
[TX]
The unit used to control the encoder is faulty
##237
[RX]
The IC used to control the decoder malfunctioned
##238
[RX]
The unit used to control recording malfunctioned
##261
[TX/RX]
System error occurred between the modem and system control board
##280
[TX]
The number of re-transmissions of the procedure signal has been
exceeded
##281
[TX]
The number of re-transmissions of the procedure signal has been
exceeded
##282
[TX]
The number of re-transmissions of the procedure signal has been
exceeded
##283
[TX]
The number of re-transmissions of the procedure signal has been
exceeded
##284
[TX]
DCN has been received after transmission of TCF
##285
[TX]
DCN has been received after transmitting EOP
##286
[TX]
DCN has been received after transmitting EOM
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Chapter 5 No.
Tx or Rx
Definition
##287
[TX]
DCN has been received after transmitting MPS
[TX]
After transmitting EOP, a signal other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP, or RTN
was received
##289
[TX]
After transmitting EOM, a signal other than PIN,PIP,MCF, RTP, or RTN
was received
##290
[TX]
After transmitting MPS, a signal other than PIN,PIP,MCF, RTP, or RTN
was received
##332
[TX/RX]
Printer control DRAM check error
##333
[TX/RX]
Printer control ROM check error
##334
[TX/RX]
Printer control EEPROM check error
##335
[TX/RX]
Data transmission error between the system control section and printer
control section
##336
[TX/RX]
BJ head abnormal temperature error
##337
[RX]
BJ head temperature sensor error
##338
[RX]
Printing Position Correction Failed
##339
[RX]
BJ Head Voltage Malfunction Error
##340
[RX]
Home Position Error
UN
Q
##341
[TX/RX]
Maintenance Jet Waste Ink Tank Full
UN
Q
##342
[TX/RX]
Cleaning absorption waste ink capacity full
UN
Q
##343
[TX/RX]
Ink Detection Waste Ink Tank Full
##346
[TX/RX]
Inside temperature error
##352
[RX]
Printer control EEPROM head information error
[TX]
In V.8 late start, the V.8 ability was detected in DIS from the other party
and, in response, CI was transmitted; however, the procedure failed to
advance, causing a T1 time-over condition
[RX]
In V.8 call arrives, the procedure fails to advance to phase 2 after CM
detection, causing a T1 time-over condition
[TX]
In V.34 transmission, the procedure fails to move from phase 2 to phase
3 and later, causing a T1 time-over condition
##288
NE
W
##670
##671
##672
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No.
Tx or Rx
Definition
##673
[RX]
In V.34 reception, the procedure fails to move from phase 2 to phase 3
and later, causing a T1 time-over condition
##674
[TX]
In V.34 transmission, the procedure fails to move from phase 3 or phase
4 to a control channel or later, causing a T1 time-over condition
##675
[RX]
In V.34 reception, the procedure fails to move from phase 3 or phase 4
to a control channel or later, causing a T1 time-over condition
##750
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of PPS-NULL, and the allowed number of procedure signal
re-transmissions was exceeded
##752
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of PPSNULL
##753
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of PPS-NULL
##754
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded after transmission of PPS-NULL
##755
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of PPS-MPS, and the allowed number of procedure signal
re-transmissions was exceeded
##757
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of PPS-MPS
##758
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of PPS-MPS
##759
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded after transmission of PPS-MPS
##760
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of PPS-EOM, and the allowed number of procedure signal
re-transmissions was exceeded
##762
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of PPSEOM
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of PPS-EOM
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded after transmission of PPS-EOM
##763
##764
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Tx or Rx
Definition
##765
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of PPS-EOP, and the allowed number of procedure signal
re-transmissions was exceeded
##767
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of PPS-EOP
##768
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of PPS-EOP
##769
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded after transmission of PPS-EOP
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of EOR-NULL, and the allowed number of procedure
signal re-transmissions was exceeded
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of EORNULL
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of EOR-NULL
[TX]
In ECM transmission, ERR was received after transmission of EORNULL
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of EOR-MPS, and the allowed number of procedure signal
re-transmissions was exceeded
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of EORMPS
##778
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of EOR-MPS
##779
[TX]
In ECM transmission, ERR was received after transmission of EORMPS
##780
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of EOR-EOM, and the allowed number of procedure signal
re-transmissions was exceeded
##782
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of EOREOM
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of EOR-EOM
##770
##772
##773
##774
##775
##777
##783
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No.
Tx or Rx
Definition
##784
[TX]
In ECM transmission, ERR was received after transmission of EOREOM
[TX]
In ECM transmission, no significant signal can be received after
transmission of EOR-EOP, and the allowed number of procedure signal
re-transmissions was exceeded
[TX]
In ECM transmission, DCN was received after transmission of EOREOP
[TX]
In ECM transmission, the allowed number of procedure signal retransmissions was exceeded or a T5 time-over (60 sec) condition
occurred after transmission of EOR-EOP
##789
[TX]
In ECM transmission, ERR was received after transmission of EOREOP
##790
[RX]
In ECM reception, ERR was transmitted after reception of EOR-Q
##791
[TX/RX]
During an ECM mode procedure, a signal other than a significant signal
was received
##792
[RX]
In ECM reception, PPS-NULL between partial pages cannot be detected
##793
[RX]
In ECM reception, no effective frame was detected while signals were
received at high speed, and a time-over condition occurred
##785
##787
##788
5.3.2 New Error Codes and Recovery methods
0002-1662
Those error codes that have been added starting with the products and those error codes for which remedies unique
to the product are offered are shown together with causes and remedies, where applicable.
##341 Maintenance jet waste ink capacity full
Solution: Replace thewaste ink absorber as follows in the error occurs:
(1) Select 3. EEPROM CLEAR under [8] PRINTER TEST in TEST mode, and the select 0.
(2) Check to make sure that no image exist in memory; then, turn off the power, remove the appropriate parts, and
replace the waste ink absorber.
##342 Cleaning absorption waste ink capacity full
Solution: Replace thewaste ink absorber as follows in the error occurs:
(1) Select 3. EEPROM CLEAR under [8] PRINTER TEST in TEST mode, and the select 0.
(2) Check to make sure that no image exist in memory; then, turn off the power, remove the appropriate parts, and
replace the waste ink absorber.
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Chapter 5 ##352 Printer control EEPROM head information error
Cause: The EEPROM for printer control is faulty.
Solution:
(1) Turn off and then on the power.
(2) Turn off the power, and replace the printhead.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
NOTE:
In the presence of ##352, the carriage unit will not move to printhead replacement position even when the inner cover
is opened. Moreover the carriage will not be locked in position even when the power is turned off. When replacingthe
printhead, be sure to turn off the power, and draw out the carriage before replacement.
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5.4 Errors not Shown on the Display
5.4.1 General Errors
0002-1688
The unit does not power on.
(1) Check the power cord connection.
(2) Check the connection between the PCNT board (JPSU1) and power supply unit.
(3) Check the power supply unit's fuse (F1)
(4) Replace the power supply unit.
The display looks abnormal.
Nothing is displayed.
(1) Check the connection between the Operation panel unit and SPCNT board (JPANEL1).
(2) Replace the Operation panel unit.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
Part of the LCD panel does not display anything.
(1) Check the connection between the Operation panel unit and SPCNT board (JPANEL1).
(2) Replace the Operation panel unit.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
The keys do not work
(1) If the test mode can be used, check for faulty keys.
(2) Check the connection between the Operation panel unit and SPCNT board (JPANEL1).
(3) Replace the Operation panel unit.
(4) Replace the SPCNT board.
5.4.2 Printing problem
0002-1703
The paper is not fed properly.
The paper feed motor does not run.
(1) Check the connection from the paper feed motor to the sensor board (JLFM1).
(2) Check the connection from the sensor board (JEXT2) to the SPCNT board (JEXT1).
(3) Replace the paper feed motor.
(4)
Replace the sensor board.
(5)
Replace the SPCNT board.
The paper is not picked up from the auto sheet feeder.
(1) Check the ASF motor for foreign objects or damages.
(2) Replace the ASF unit.
(3) Replace the SENSOR board (Faulty PRS or PES).
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Chapter 5 The printing operation is abnormal.
Nothing prints.
(1) Remove the BJ cartridge and re-install it.
(2) Execute cleaning five times, and try printing again.
(3) Replace the BJ cartridge.
(4) Replace the ink tank.
(5)
Replace the purge unit.
(6) Check the connection between carriage ribbon cable and SPCNT board (JHEAD1, JHEAD0).
(6) Replace the carriage unit.
(7) Replace the SPCNT board.
The carriage motor does not run.
(1) Check the connection from the carriage motor to the sensor board (JCRM1).
(2) Check the connection from the sensor board (JEXT2) to the SPCNT board (JEXT1).
(3) Replace the carriage motor.
(4) Replace the sensor board.
(5) Replace the SPCNT board.
Carriage error
The carriage comes into contact with the push-on plates at the left and right side, resulting in noise.
(1) Check if grease adheres to the carriage encoder film.
(2) Using lint-free paper impregnated with alcohol, wipe the carriage encoder film with care so as not to scratch the
film.
(3) If a lot of grease adheres to the carriage, replace the carriage board because grease might be spread to the sensor
on the carriage board. (In this case, you must replace the carriage unit (HK1-0717) which contains the carriage
board.)
(4) Replace the carriage encoder film.
Printing quality error
The printer does not at all.
Printing stops midway.
Certain colors are not printed.
(1) Check that the orange cap or tap is not on the printhead.
(2) Remove the printhead and re-install it.
(3) Perform printhead cleaning, and visually check the test print for non-discharge of ink from nozzle.
(4) Perform head-refreshing, and visually check the test print for non-discharge of ink from nozzle.
(5) Replace the appropriate ink tank.
(6) Replace the printhead
(7) Replace the purge unit.
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Missing dots
Unstable printing
Splashed dots
F-5-1
Blotched appear
Blank ink appear
(1) Remove and reinstall the printhead.
(2)
Perform printhead cleaning, and visually check the test print for non-discharge of ink from nozzle.
(3) Perform head-refreshing, and visually check the test print for non-discharge of ink from nozzle.
(4) Replace the appropriate ink tank.
(5) Replace the printhead.
(6) Check the connection of the carriage ribbon cable and the SPCNT board (JHEAD1, JHEAD2).
(7) Replace the carriage unit.
(8) Replace the SPCNT board.
(9) Replace the purge unit.
Missing dots
Unstable printing
Splashed dots
F-5-2
5.4.3 Scanning Problems
0002-1775
Scanning problems
CCD Motor does not work.
(1) Check the connection between the CCD motor and SPCNT board (JCCD2).
(2) Replace the scanner unit.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
The scanning image is abnormal. (Evaluation criteria: Check the copy image's faults).
Nothing is printed.
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Chapter 5 (1) Check the connection between the CCD and SPCNT board (JCCD1).
(2) Replace the scanner unit.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
The image has vertical stripes.
(1) Clean the Document glass.
(2) Check the connection between the CCD and SPCNT board (JCCD1).
(3) Replace the scanner unit.
(4) Replace the SPCNT board.
The halftone image contains black dots.
(1) Clean the Document glass.
(2) Check the connection between the CCD and SPCNT board (JCCD1).
(3) Replace the scanner unit.
(4) Replace the SPCNT board.
The color or brightness of the image is not normal.
(1) Clean the Document glass.
(2) Check the connection between the CCD and SPCNT board (JCCD1).
(3) Replace the scanner unit.
(4) Replace the SPCNT board.
5.4.4 Memory Card Problem
Memory card error (MP370, MP390 only)
The card is not recognized.
(1) Detach the memory card, and fit it back once again.
(2) Check to see if the memory card contains image data using a digital camera or computer.
(3) Check the connection between the multi card reader board and the SPCNT board (JCARD1).
(4) Replace the multi card reader unit.
(5) Replace the SPCNT board.
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Chapter 5
5.5 Test Mode Function Problems
5.5.1 Faulty Operation Panel Test
0002-5806
The LED panel does not display correctly.
(1) Check the connection between the OPECNT board (J1) and the SPCNT board (JPANEL1).
(2) Replace the operation panel unit.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
The LED lamp fails to go ON.
(1) Check the connection between the OPCNT board (J1) and the SPCNT board (JPANEL1).
(2) Replace the operation panel unit.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
The key on the operation panel fails to work properly.
(1) Check the connection between the OPCNT board (J1) and the SPCNT board (JPANEL1).
(2) Replace the operation panel unit.
(3) Replace the SPCNT board.
5.5.2 Faulty DRAM Test
0002-5811
The intention "READ & COMPARE NG" appears.
(1) Perform the DRAM test again. In case "Read & COMPARE NG" still appears, replace the SPCNT board.
5.5.3 Faulty Sensor Test
0002-5812
Paper edge sensor fails to operate properly.
(1) Check whether the actuator of paper edge sensor is in correct position.
(2)
Check the connection between the SCPNT board (JEXT1) and the SENSOR board (JEXT2).
(3) Replace the SENSOR board.
(4)
Replace the SPCNT board.
Cover sensor fails to operate properly.
(1) Check whether the actuator of cover sensor is in correct position.
(2) Replace the SPCNT board.
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Chapter 5 5.6 Processing Communication Problems
5.6.1 Initial identification of problems
0004-2797
Since the facsimile must transmit picture information, a transmitter, a receiver and telephone lines are required for
this purpose. Transmissions may cause problems if one or more of the there is poor.
Communication
trouble
FAX
FAX
Your
customer's
machine
Communication
companion
machine
F-5-3
To process communication problems, first of all, it is necessary to narrow down the cause of the problem. Thus, the
procedures appearing below must be checked accordingly.
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Start
Does an error
appear on the
display?
Errors show on the display.
error massage
error code
YES
NO
Is copying
being done?
NG
General error
OK
Do copying
Is copy
picture OK?
NG
Test print
Printing problem
OK
OK
Communication problems
exist. Carry out the procedures.
NG
Scanning problem
F-5-4
5.6.2 Procedures for processing communication problems
0004-2875
If the problem proves to be communication trouble, deal with it according to the following procedures.
(1) Study the conditions at the time of trouble as closely as possible. Record or keep the items listed below.
a) Operations at the time of trouble.
Document number, transmission mode, error occurrence timing call set-up method(auto dialing etc.)
b) Sample of defective picture (When receiving)
c) LCD display at the time of trouble.
d) Communication management report at the time of trouble.
e) User's name, telephone number (to contact), Fax number, model name.
f) User's name, of the other party, telephone number (to contact), Fax number, model name, name of servicemen in
charge.
g) Frequency of trouble and error code (##100 etc.).
h) Condition of the other party's facsimile:
Transmitted/received page number? Automatic or manual?
Error occurred? The receive condition? etc.
NOTE:
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Chapter 5 When visiting a user with a trouble report, a) can be known by outputting the
error protocol data (or error dump), and g) can be known by outputting the total
transaction report (or the system error data list).
(2) Test communication according to flowchart procedures appearing on the next page.
* Carry out the tests with the actual lines on each item, verify the symptoms and record it.
* In the case of trouble with another manufacturer's facsimile, refer to the flowchart for troubles with other
manufacture's.
(3) Finally, process over by judging systematically all the data.
NOTE:
If the other party's facsimile is that of another manufacturer and there is nothing wrong with your customer's machine,
it is recommended that you ask your customer to contact the facsimile user of the other party, so that the other party's
facsimile is checked by the dealer. "Call the service station" in the flowchart means that problems may occur with
regard to the communication compatibility of facsimile, consult the matter with the staff in charge at the service
station. To quicken the resolving of the problem, report the information listed in (1) above.
* Procedures for processing communication problems with Canon facsimile.
The process for carrying out communications at three points as shown in the figure.
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Trouble
FAX:A
FAX:B
FAX:C
Start
A: Your customer's facsimile
B: Facsimile of other communication party
C: Facsimile for check in the same region. (C should
be the same model of facsimile as A.)
Transmission
or reception?
Transmission
Reception
C
A
OK
B
C
OK
A
C
NG
NG
NG
Check A.
Check B.
Check A.
OK
C
B
OK
NG
Check B.
Check the
line.
F-5-5
* Procedures for processing communication problems with other manufacturer's facsimiles.
When problems occur with other manufacturer's facsimiles, make the user of the other party's facsimile call the
serviceman in charge. Perform communication at the four points listed in the figure.
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Chapter 5 Trouble
Start
Is the group
the same?
(G1/G2/G3)
FAX:A
FAX:B
FAX:C
FAX:D
Yes
No
Is there the
similar
trouble case?
Unable to
receive
Yes
Process according
to the case
Transmitter
or receiver?
No
A: Your customer's facsimile
B: Facsimile of other communication
party
C: Facsimile for check in the same
region. (C should be the same mode
of facsimile as A.)
D: Other manufacturer's facsimile for
check that is in the same region.
Transmitter
receiver
OK
OK
D
C
A
A
C
NG
NG
Check A.
Check A.
B
C
C
NG
OK
C
C
B
OK
D
NG
Check B.
OK
A
OK
D
OK
NG
OK
NG
B
NG
D
D
B
OK
Call the service
station.
NG
Call the service
station.
NG
Check B.
Check B.
F-5-6
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5.7 Test Functions
5.7.1 Test Mode Overviw
0004-3256
Test mode can be executed by following the menu items from the display.
a) DRAM test
Writes data to DRAM image storage areas and read that data to check operations.
b) PRINT test
Prints test patterns within the print area.
c) Modem, NCU tests
The frequency test and the G3 signal transmission and CNG signal and DTMF signals reception tests.
d) FACULTY test
Test the operation of operation panel and sensor functions.
e) PRINTER test
Ink absorber capacity is reset.
f) FLASH ROM UPDATE
Perform version upgrade of ROM.
5.7.2 Test Mode Flowchart
0004-3252
This machine is equipped with the test mode to check operations of variouse functions listed below. Please refer to
Service Data Registration/Setting for instructions to select the test mode. Press the [Stop/Reset] key and then the
[ON/OFF] key to end the test mode.
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Chapter 5 TEST MODE
[1] D-RAM
* indicates that these
are not used in the field.
[2] CS
*
*
*
*
*
*
[3] PRINT
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
[4] MODEM NCU
* [1] RELAY
[2] FREQ
[4] G3 Tx
* [5] DTMF TX
* [6] TONE Rx
[8] V.34 G3 Tx
[1] ADJ LED TIME
[2] CD READ
[3] DISP LEDTIME
[4] REG LEDTIME
[5] SHADING
[6] FB READ
[1] CLR PTN1
[2] CLR PTN1
[3] LF CHK
[4] COMET
[5] CR CHK
[6] HEAD CHK
[7] ENDURANCE
[8] CHECKERS
* [9] BLACK
* [5] AGING TEST
[6] FACULTY TEST
* [1] G3 4800BPS Tx
[3] SENSOR
* [6] SPEAKER
[7] PANEL
* [8] FB 333pps B&W
* [9] LINE DETECT
* [7] DATA SET
[8] PRINTER TEST
[9] FLASH ROM UPDATE
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* [2] CLEANING
[3] EEPROM CLEAR
* [4] HEAT RUN
* [5] CLEANING REPEAT
* [6] CAP WIPE
* [7] EEPROM
* [8] SIMEKE SETTING
Chapter 5
5.7.3 DRAM Tests
Pressing the numeric key 1 or
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key from the test mode menu selects the D-RAM tests. D-RAM Test 1 writes data
to the entire D-RAM region and reads it out to check that operations are correct. DRAM Test 2 just reads data at high
speed.
Replace the SPCNT board if an error occur.
Operating
1:D-RAM
5120K:D-RAM total memory capacity(bytes)
5120K
-1-1+
1:D-RAM
: Indicates an address for which write testing is complete.
: indicates an address for which read testing is complete.
5120K
Error
Normal end
Complete
Error display
(no error)
WRT= 33CC RD= 3333
ADR=2800
Restart by pressing
Start key.
Error display
WRT: data written
RD: data read
ADR: address
Complete
(error)
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5.7.4 PRINT Tests
Pressing the 3 key or
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key from the test mode menu selects the print test. This test prints various patterns. For
servicing, use the 3-8: CHECKERS pattern (press the 8 key
key from the print test menu). The other patterns are
not to be used since they are for development and factory
personnel. End this test by pressing the Stop/Reset key.
Check the pattern for the following:
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Chapter 5 Check for any vertical or horizontal white
stripes on the black squares.
Also, check that all the squares have
straight edges on all four sides.
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NOTE:
If the print test is normal, make a copy of a document. If the copy is faulty, the reading section is faulty.
Please do not select the following menu:
3-1: CLR PTN1, 3-2: CLR PTN2
If a mistake is made and these menus are selected, the value of #7 PRINTER #5. INK ABS CAPA will be reset to 0%.
Replace the waste ink absorber and set to 0% in TEST mode.
5.7.5 FACULTY Tests
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The faculty tests are selected by pressing the numeric key 6 or
key from the test mode menu.
These tests check for the following faculties of the machine.
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Test Type
Overview
Sensor tests
Test whether the sensors are operating correctly.
Operation panel test
Tests whether the key switches on the control panel
are operating correctly.
Line signal reception test
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Tests whether the NCU board signal sensor and
frequency counter are operating correctly.
Chapter 5
a) Sensor tests
Select the sensor test from the faculty test menu by pressing the numeric key 3 or
keys. In this test, you can check
the status of each sensor of this fax in item 1 on the display. You can also check if sensors that use actuators and
microswitch are operating correctly by moving the actuator or microswitch.
NOTE:
The sensor tests cannot be used to test all of the sensors. The following sensors cannot be tested with the sensor tests:
Pickup sensor
If any of above sensors are faulty, an error message or service error code will appear to indicate the faulty sensor.
6-3: SENSOR
-6-3-1+
Select the "6-3-1", and press the set button.
DS of DES of DOC A4
DS: Document sensor DES: Document edge sensor
on/of: document/no document
DOC: Document wide sensor A4
(DS, DES, and DOC these sensors are not in this machine)
Select the "6-3-3", and press the set button.
CVR on
PE of
CVR: Cover sensor on/of: open/close
PE: paper edge sensor on/of: document/no document
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b) Operation panel tests
Press the numeric key 7 or
and
key form the faculty to select 6-7:operation panel tests from the faculty test menu.
In this test, check that the display, LED lamps, and keys on the control pane are operating correctly.
b-1) Display test
If you press Start key in the menu of the operation panel, 20 letters of "H" are displayed in two lines. If you press
Start key one more time, all the LCD dots are displayed. If you press Stat key again, "_"is displayed. Check if there
are no LCD dots that are not displayed by performing this operation.
b-2) LED lamp test
Press the Start key to select the LED lamp test after the display test is complete.
When the Start key is pressed, all the lamps on the control panel light. Check for any LED that does not light during
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b-3) Operation key test
Press the Start key to select the Operation key test after the LED lamp test is complete.
In this test, you press the key corresponding to the displayed character to put it out. The table giving the
correspondence between the characters and the keys is shown below.
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Character
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Operation key
Character
Operation key
O
ON/OFF key
C
COPY key
F
FAX key
S
SCAN key
P
PHOTO PRINT key
M
Additional Function key
U
Menu key
H
Photo Index Key
-
key
+
Key
T
Directory
E
Set
R
Redial/Pause
N
Black key
L
Color key
Chapter 5
6-7: PANEL
Press Color start key
H Pattern display
Press Color start key
ALL LCD dots displayed
Press Color start key
_ pattern display
Press Color start key
Every time pressing color start key,
a LED lamp is turned on one by one.
6-7: PANEL
LED TEST
Continue pressing color start key
until every LED lamp is tested.
When a key is pressed, the
corresponding character goes out.
123456789*0#
When the entire
display has gone out
OCFSPMUH-+TERNL
When a key is pressed, the
corresponding character goes out.
When the entire
display has gone out
OK
Press the Stop/Reset key to end the test.
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c) Line signal reception test
The line detect test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 9 or
key and
key from the faculty test menu.
This test checks the operation of the NCU signal sensor and frequency counter. In Menu 1, the CI, status can be
detected and in Menu 2 the frequency can be detected at changing detection levels.
c-1) Test Menu 1
Test Menu 1 is selected by pressing the numeric key 1 or
key and
key from the Line Detect menu. When CI, and
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Chapter 5 CNG are detected from the modular jack, the display changes from OFF to ON and the received frequency is
displayed.
c-2) Test Menu 2
Test Menu 2 is selected by pressing the numeric key 2 or
key and
key from the Line Detect menu. When a tonal
frequency is detected from the modular jack, the display changes from OFF to ON and the received frequency is
displayed. The frequency detection level can be set with the numeric keys.
T-5-5
Numeric key
Detection level (dBm)
0
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1
-30
2
-32
3
-35
4
-38
5
-41
6
-43
7
-45
8
-47
9
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c-3) Test Menu 3
Test Menu 3 is selected by pressing the numeric key 3 or
key and
key from the Line Detect menu. When CNG
is detected from the modular jack, the display changes from OFF to ON.
5.7.6 PRINTER Tests
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Select 8:PRINTER TEST from the test mode menu by pressing the numeric key 8 or
3:EEPROM CLEAR, and the press the numeric key 3 or
numeric key 0 or
and
and
and
keys. Select 8-
keys. Select [0] INK COUNT, and then press the
keys to reset the waste ink capacity.
Note:
Be sure to reset waste ink capacity only when replacing the waste ink absorbing material to a new one. If waste ink
capacity is reset in other situations, it may result in faulty caunt.
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Chapter 5
5.7.7 MODEM, NCU Tests
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The Modem and NCU Test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 4 or
and
from the test mode menu.
These tests test modem and NCU transmission and reception. The modem tests check whether signals are sent
correctly from the modem by comparing the sound of the signals from the speaker with the sounds from a normal
modem. Also, you check on the display whether or not the modem correctly detected received tone signals and
DTMF signals.
End this test by pressing the Stop/Reset key.
T-5-6
Modem test type
Overview
Frequency test
The modem sends tonal signals from the modular jack and the speaker.
G3 signal transmission test
The modem sends G3 signals from the modular jack and the speaker.
V.34 G3 signal transmission test
The modem sends V.34 G3 signals from the modular jack and the
speaker.
a) Frequency test
The frequency test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 2 or
and
keys from the MODEM NCU test
menu. Signals of the frequencies below are sent from the modem using the modular jack and the speaker. The
frequency can be changed with the numeric keys.
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Numeric key
Frequency
1
462 Hz
2
1100 Hz
3
1300 Hz
4
1500 Hz
5
1650 Hz
6
1850 Hz
7
2100 Hz
NOTE:
The transmission levels for each frequency follow the service data transmission level settings.
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Chapter 5 b) G3 signal transmission test
The G3 signal transmission test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 4 or
and
keys from the MODEM
NCU test menu. The G3 signals below are sent from the modem using the modular jack and the speaker. The
frequency can be changed with the numeric key.
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Numeric key
Speed
0
300 bps
1
2400 bps
2
4800 bps
3
7200 bps
4
9600 bps
5
TC7200 bps
6
TC9600 bps
7
12000 bps
8
1440 bps
NOTE:
The transmission level for each frequency follows the service data.
c) V.34 G3 signal transmission test
The V.34 G3 signal transmission test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 8
and
keys from the MODEM
NCU test menu. The V.34 G3 signals below are sent from the modem using the modular jack and the speaker by
pressing the Start key. The Baud rate can be changed with the numeric keys, and the Speed can be changed with the
search keys.
T-5-9
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Numeric key
Baud rate
0
3429 baud
1
3200 baud
2
3000 baud
3
2800 baud
Chapter 5
Numeric key
Baud rate
4
2743 baud
5
2400 baud
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Numeric key
SPEED
33.6 kbps
31.2 kbps
28.8 kbps
26.4 kbps
24.0 kbps
21.6 kbps
19.2 kbps
16.8 kbps
14.4 kbps
12.0 kbps
9.6 kbps
7.2 kbps
4.8 kbps
2.4 kbps
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Chapter 6 Appendix
Contents
Contents
6.1 Main Body...........................................................................................................................................................6-1
6.1.1 Installation....................................................................................................................................................6-1
6.1.2 Checking Operation .....................................................................................................................................6-1
6.2 User Data Flow ...................................................................................................................................................6-3
6.2.1 User Mode Settings ......................................................................................................................................6-3
6.2.2 Fax Mode Settings .......................................................................................................................................6-6
Chapter 6
6.1 Main Body
6.1.1 Installation
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Reference:
This machine is to be installed by a user, so this service manual contains only a briefing of installation procedures.
Please refer to the Set-up Sheet enclosed in the package of the machine for more details.
* Check an installation space.
* Unpack the machine, and check the attachments
Make sure none is missing and there is no damage.
* Remove the package material
Remove all tape and protective material used on the machine.
* Connect the cable
Connect the telephone line and any necessary external device.
* Turn on the power
Connect the power cord. If the machine is not turn on, press [ON/OFF] to turn on the machine.
* Load paper
Place a stack of paper in the multi-purpose tray.
* Install the printhead
Remove the protective cap, and then install the printhead into the holder.
* Install the ink tanks
Pull the tape and remove the protective cap, and then install the ink tanks. After install, align the printhead.
* Install the software
Install the software in the computer.
* Connect the USB cable
Connect the USB cable to complete the computer settings.
* Setting for facsimile (for MP390)
Register the date and time, unit telephone number, and unit name.
6.1.2 Checking Operation
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* Check the level of quality for both reading and printing.
Make a copy, and see if it is free of a fault for both reading and printing.
* Conduct a communications test. (For MP390)
Send and receive a fax by connecting to another fax machine, making sure that the image is
normally sent and the received image is normally printed.
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Chapter 6 What to do when trouble occurs
Very rarely, during use, the display may go out, all the buttons may stop working, or some other trouble may occur
because of strong electrical noise or a large amount of static. If such trouble occurs, execute 'All clear'.
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Chapter 6
6.2 User Data Flow
6.2.1 User Mode Settings
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Additional Fanction
1.FAX SETTINGS
1.RECEIVE MODE
2.MEMORY REFERENCE
3.REPORTS/LISTS
4.TEL# REGISTRATION
5.USER SETTINGS
FAX/TEL AUTO SW
FAX ONLY MODE
DRPD
MANUAL MODE
ANS. MACHINE MODE
ACTIVETY REPORT
DIRECTORY DIAL
USER DATA LIST
DOC. MEMORY LIST
1.DATE/TIME SETTING
2.DATE SETUP
3.UNIT TEL NO.
4.UNIT NAME
5.TX TERMINAL ID
6.OFFHOOK ALARM
7.VOLUME CONTROL
YYYY DD/MM
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM YYYY
ON
OFF
CALLING VOLUME
LINE MONITOR VOL.
8.RX CALL LEVEL
9.TEL LINE TYPE
10.ACTIVITY REPORT
3
2
1
3
2
1
0
HIGH
STANDARD
TOUCH TONE
ROTARY PULSE
AUTO PRINT ON
AUTO PRINT OFF
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Chapter 6 6.TX SETTINGS
1.ECM TX
2.PAUSE TIME
3.AUTO REDIAL
4.TX START SPEED
5.TX REPORT
7.RX SETTING
1.ECM RX
2.FAX/TEL AUTO SW
DOUBLE RING
SHORT-SHORT-LONG
SHORT-LONG-SHORT
OTHER RING TYPE
NORMAL RING
4.INCOMING RING
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
33600 bps
14400 bps
9600 bps
7200 bps
4800 bps
2400 bps
ON
OFF
PRINT ERROR ONLY
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
6.REMOTE RX
7.RX REDUCTION
8.RX START SPEED
9.RX RESTRICTION
8.RX REPORT
6-4
ON
OFF
1.RING START TIME
2.F/T RING TIME
3.F/T SWITCH ACTION
3.DRPD:SELECT FAX
5.MAN/AUTO SWITCH
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ON
OFF
2 SEC.(1
15)
ON
OFF
33600 bps
14400 bps
9600 bps
7200 bps
4800 bps
2400 bps
PRINT ERROR ONLY
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
8 SEC.(0
15 SEC.(1
RECEIVE
DISCONN
Chapter 6
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Chapter 6 6.2.2 Fax Mode Settings
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Press the FAX button, and the Menu button
1.PAPER SELECT
LTR
4" x 6"
5"x 7"
A4
SIZE
TYPE
2.SCAN CONTRAST
3.FAX RESOLUTION
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6-6
PLAIN
GLOSSY
HIGH RES.
TRANS.
PHOTO PRO
PHOTO PLUS
OTHER
3LEVEL (- LIGHT + DARK)
STANDARD
FINE
PHOTO
Jan 7 2004