Canon CLBP360PS Ver-up Service manual

SERVICE
MANUAL
REVISION 0
AUG. 1999
RY8-13A0-000
COPYRIGHT  1999 CANON INC.
CANON LBP-800 REV.0 AUG. 1999 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON)
COPYRIGHT © 1999 CANON INC
Printed in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Use of this manual should
be strictly supervised to
avoid disclosure of confidential information.
Prepared by
PERIPHERAL PRODUCTS QUALITY PLANNING DIV.
PERIPHERAL PRODUCTS TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION DEPT.
CANON INC.
5-1, Hakusan 7-chome, Toride-City, Ibaraki-Pref. 302-8501, Japan
PREFACE
PREFACE
This Service Manual contains basic information required for after-sales service of the laser beam
printer LBP-800 (hereinafter referred to as the "printer"). This information is vital to the service
technician in maintaining the high print quality and performance of the printer.
This manual consists of the following chapters:
Chapter 1: Product information
Features, specifications, operation, and installation
Chapter 2: Operation and Timing
A description of the operating principles and timing sequences of the electrical and
mechanical systems.
Chapter 3: The Mechanical System
Explanation of mechanical operation, disassembly, reassembly and adjustment
procedures
Chapter 4: Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting procedures, reference values and adjustments, maintenance and
servicing, etc.
Appendix:
General timing chart, general circuit diagram, etc.
Information in this manual is subject to change as the product is improved or redesigned. All
relevant information in such cases will be supplied in the Service Information Bulletins.
A thorough understanding of this printer, based on information in this Manual and Service
Information bulletins, is required for maintaining its performance and for locating and repairing
the causes of malfunctions.
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PREFACE
DTP system
This manual was produced on an Apple PowerMacintosh 9500/200 personal computer and output by an
Apple LaserWriter 16/600 PS laser beam printer; final pages were printed on AGFA Selectset avantra 25.
All graphics were produced with Macromedia FreeHand (J), and all documents and page layouts were
created with QuarkXPress (E).
The video images were captured with SONY degital video camcorder and Radius PhotoDV capture board
system, and modified with Adobe Photoshop (J).
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PREFACE
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT INFORMATION
I.
FEATURES................................ 1-1
A. Precautions.......................... 1-7
II.
SPECIFICATIONS ...................... 1-2
B. Storage and Handling of EP-22
A. Printer ................................. 1-2
III.
SAFETY INFORMATION........ 1-4
Cartridge ............................. 1-8
VI. MAINTENANCE, CHECKS
A. Handling the Laser/Scanner
Unit ..................................... 1-4
BY THE CUSTOMER ................. 1-10
VII. OPERATION .............................. 1-11
B. Toner Caution...................... 1-4
IV.
V.
A. Canon Advanced Printing
C. Ozone Safety ....................... 1-4
Technology (CAPT)............... 1-11
PARTS OF THE PRINTER .......... 1-5
B. Microsoft Windows NT4.0 .... 1-12
A. External View ...................... 1-5
C. Microsoft Windows 95/98 .... 1-49
B. Cross Section....................... 1-6
D. Printing Environment Setting
and Test Printing ................. 1-61
INSTALLATION ......................... 1-7
CHAPTER 2 OPERATION AND TIMING
I.
II.
BASIC OPERATION ................... 2-1
III. LASER/SCANNER SYSTEM ....... 2-16
A. Functions ............................ 2-1
A. Outline ................................ 2-16
B. Basic Operation Sequence.... 2-2
B. Laser Control Circuit ........... 2-17
C. Power-ON Sequence ............. 2-3
C. Scanner System ................... 2-20
ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM ...... 2-4
IV.
IMAGE FORMATION SYSTEM.... 2-22
A. Engine Controller PCB ......... 2-4
A. Outline ................................ 2-22
B. Fixing Control Circuit.......... 2-8
B. Print Process ....................... 2-23
C. High-voltage Power Supply
V.
Circuit ................................. 2-10
PICK-UP/FEED SYSTEM ........... 2-30
A. Outline ................................ 2-30
D. Low-voltage Power Supply
B. Jam Detection ..................... 2-32
Circuit ................................. 2-12
VI. VIDEO CONTROL SYSTEM ........ 2-33
E. Video Interface .................... 2-14
A. Interface Controller PCB...... 2-33
CHAPTER 3 THE MECHANICAL SYSTEM
I.
PREFACE.................................. 3-1
II.
EXTERNALS ............................. 3-2
E. Fixing Film Unit .................. 3-8
IV.
MAIN PARTS ............................. 3-10
A. Locations............................. 3-2
A. Locations............................. 3-10
B. External Covers ................... 3-2
B. Pick-up Roller ...................... 3-11
III. MAIN UNITS ............................. 3-5
C. Separation Pad .................... 3-11
A. Laser/Scanner Unit.............. 3-5
D. Transfer Charging Roller...... 3-13
B. Drive Unit............................ 3-6
D. Pressure Roller .................... 3-13
C. Feed Unit............................. 3-7
D. Delivery Unit ....................... 3-8
V.
SWITCHES/SENSORS/LEDS ..... 3-15
A. Locations............................. 3-15
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PREFACE
B. Paper Top Sensor/
B. Main Motor .......................... 3-18
Paper-out Sensor ................. 3-16
C. Power Switch/Test Print Switch/
C. Pick-up Solenoid.................. 3-18
VII. PCBs......................................... 3-19
Door Open Detection Switch/
A. Locations............................. 3-19
Paper Delivery Sensor.......... 3-16
B. Interface Controller PCB...... 3-20
D. Display Unit LED ................. 3-16
C. Engine Controller PCB ......... 3-21
VI. MOTOR/SOLENOID .................. 3-17
D. Display PCB ......................... 3-23
A. Locations............................. 3-17
CHAPTER 4 TROUBLESHOOTING
I.
PREFACE.................................. 4-1
B. Electrical Adjustment .......... 4-20
A. Malfunction Diagnosis
C. LEDs, Test Pins, Jumpers
and Switches on PCBs.......... 4-21
Flowchart ............................ 4-1
B. Initial Check........................ 4-4
II.
VIII. MAINTENANCE AND
C. Test Print ............................ 4-5
SERVICING ............................... 4-22
IMAGE DEFECTS
A. Periodic Replacement
Parts.................................... 4-22
TROUBLESHOOTING................. 4-6
B. Expected Servicing Lives of
III. JAMS TROUBLESHOOTING....... 4-12
IV.
V.
Consumable Parts ................ 4-22
TRANSPORT
TROUBLESHOOTING................. 4-15
C. Periodic Service................... 4-22
MALFUNCTION
D. Cleaning During a Service
Visit .................................... 4-23
TROUBLESHOOTING................. 4-16
E. Standard Tools..................... 4-25
VI. MALFUNCTION STATUS
F. Special Tools ....................... 4-25
TROUBLESHOOTING................. 4-17
G. List of Lubricants and
VII. MEASUREMENT AND
ADJUSTMENT........................... 4-20
Cleaners .............................. 4-26
A. Mechanical Adjustment ....... 4-20
IX. LOCATION OF CONNECTORS.... 4-27
APPENDIX
I.
GENERAL TIMING CHART ........ A-1
III. LIST OF SIGNALS ..................... A-5
A. Timing Chart for Printing
Two A4-size Sheet
Continuously ....................... A-1
II.
GENERAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ... A-3
A. Engine Controller PCB ......... A-3
B. Interface Controller PCB...... A-4
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A. Engine Controller ................ A-5
IV.
MESSAGES TABLE .................... A-7
A. Message List ........................ A-7
CHAPTER 1
PRODUCT INFORMATION
I.
FEATURES................................ 1-1
V.
INSTALLATION ......................... 1-7
II.
SPECIFICATIONS ...................... 1-2
VI. MAINTENANCE, CHECKS
III.
SAFETY INFORMATION........ 1-4
BY THE CUSTOMER ................. 1-10
IV.
PARTS OF THE PRINTER .......... 1-5
VII. OPERATION .............................. 1-11
CHAPTER 1
I. FEATURES
1. Small-sized Printer with High Speed and High Resolution
This printer has paper pick-up trays on its top for space saving, and is compact enough to set
on the desk side. In addition, it has realized high speed of 8 pages per minute (A4) and high
resolution of 600 DPI.
2. Employment of Canon Advanced Printing Technology
With Canon Advanced Printing Technology in which data are processed within a host computer, this printer needs no PDL converting/image processing. As a result, it has increased its
speed performance and reduced the cost.
3. Shortened Wait Time & Low Power Consumption
By adopting an on-demand fixing method that enables driving the heater only during printing,
this printer has shorten the wait time and reduced the consumption power during standby.
4. Low Noise
In addition to an on-demand fixing method, this printer has increased its heat exhaust efficiency so as to remove the fan for realizing a low noise level.
5. Direct Connection to the Network
This printer enables the user to connect directly to the printer by utilizing a specified network
adapter.
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II. SPECIFICATIONS
A.
1.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Printer
Printer Engine
Type
Printing method
Printing speed (Note1)
First print time (Note2)
•Face-down
•Face-up
5) Wait time (Note3)
6) Resolution
•Horizontal
•Vertical
7) Image formation system
•Laser
•Scanning system
•Photosensitive drum
•Charging
•Exposure
•Toner
•Development
•Toner supply
•Image transfer
•Separation
•Cleaning
•Fixing method
8) Feeding
Paper types
Paper size
•Manual feed slot
•Multi-purpose tray
Desktop page printer
Electrophotography
8 pages/minute (A4)
18 seconds or less
17 seconds or less
8 seconds or less
600 dots/inch
600 raster lines/inch
Semiconductor laser
Rotating four-faced prism mirror
OPC
Roller charging
Laser scanning
Magnetic single-component dry toner
Toner projection development system
Replaceable EP-22 toner cartridge (able to print approx. 2,500 A4sized print sheets: with image density set in the middle, and 4 %
dot density ratio)
Roller transfer
Curvature separation
Blade
On-demand fixing
Manual feed slot
Multi-purpose tray
Plain paper, recycled paper, colored paper, labels, OHT, index
cads, postcards and envelops
76.2 mm(W) x 127 mm(L) ~ 216 mm(W) x 356 mm(L) sized paper
(64 g/m2 to 135 g/m2 Canon recommended paper) and above mentioned paper
76.2 mm(W) x 127 mm(L) ~ 216 mm(W) x 356 mm(L) sized paper
(64 g/m2 to 135 g/m2 Canon recommended paper) and above mentioned paper
Capacity
•Manual feed slot
one sheet
•Multi-purpose
Depth 12.5 mm (Approx. 125 sheets of 75 g/m2 paper)
9) Delivery (Note4)
Face-down/face-up
•Face-down tray capacity Approx. 100 sheets of 75 g/m2 paper
10) Duplex printing
•Manual duplex printing The paper is picked up from the multi-purpose tray and delivered
(Note5)
face-up. Only plain paper (64-135 g/m2 Canon recommended
paper) can be printed duplex.
11) Operating environment
Temperature
10 ~ 32.5 °C
Humidity
20 ~ 80 % RH
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Air pressure
12) Power consumption
613 ~ 1013 hPa (460 ~ 760 mmHg)
Approx. 770 W or less (Room temperature 20 °C, with rated line
voltage on)
13) Noise level (Officially announced noise emission level in accordance with ISO 9296)
Sound power level (1B = 10 dB)
6.2 B or less (printing)
Dark sound level (standby)
Sound pressure level
42 dB or less (printing)
(Bystander position)
Dark sound level (standby)
14) Dimensions
345(W) x 312 mm(D) x 267 mm(H)
15) Weight
Approx. 6.35 Kg (printer only), Approx. 0.73 Kg (cartridge)
16) Power supply
100-127V ±10% (50/60 Hz ±2 Hz)
220-240V +6%-10% (50 Hz ±2 Hz)
Notes: 1. A test print when the room temperature is 20 °C and the rated power voltage is input.
2. The time taken from that the Print signal is received from the video controller until
that an A-4 sized paper is delivered completely, and also when the printer is in the
Ready mode at room temperatures of 20 °C.
3. The time taken from that the power plug is plugged in until that the printer becomes
ready to print (Ready or Standby mode.)
4. Only plain paper and recycled paper can be delivered face-down.
5. To print duplex manually, uncurl the face-up delivered paper and set it in the multipurpose tray.
2.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Interface controller
Printing System
ROM capacity
RAM capacity
Interface
Canon Advanced Printing Technology
8 KB
512 KB
Bi-directional 8 bit parallel interface (Centronics specifications)
Specifications are subject to change with product improvement.
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III.
SAFETY INFORMATION
A. Handling the Laser/Scanner Unit
An invisible laser beam is emitted within the laser/scanner unit.
The laser beam can cause eye damage if exposed, so be sure not to disassemble the
laser/scanner unit. It is not necessary to adjust the laser/scanner unit in this printer in the
filed.
The following label is attached to the laser/scanner cover.
DANGER
Invisible laser radiation when open.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
CAUTION
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
ATTENTION
RAYONNEMENT LASER INVISIBLE EN CAS D'O UVERTURE.
EXPOSITION DANGEREUSE AU FAISCEAU.
VORSICHT
UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG. WENN ABDECKUNG GEöFFNET.
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.
ATTENZIONE
RADIAZIONE LASER INVISIOILE IN CASO DI APERTURA.
EVITARE L'ESPOSIZIONE AL FASCIO.
PRECAUCION
RADIACION LASER INVISIBLE CUANDO SE ABRE.
EVITAR EXPONERSE AL RAYO.
VARO!
AVATTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA NAKYMATTOMALLE
LASERSATEILYLLE. ALA KATSO SATEESEEN.
VARNING!
OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD.
BETRAKTA EJ STRALEN.
ADVARSEL!
USYNLIG LASER STRALING. NAR DENNE ER ABEN.
UNDGA BESTRALING.
ADVARSEL
USYNLIG LASERSTRALING NAR DEKSEL APNES.
UNNGA EKSPONERING FOR STRALEN.
Figure 1-3-1
B. Toner Caution
The toner is non-toxic substance composed of plastics and minute color pigments.
If toner adheres to the skin or clothing, remove as much as possible with dry tissue first, then
wash with cold water, Hot water should not be used with which the toner will solidify and
become difficult to remove.
Toner will easily decompose vinyl materials, therefore avoid the toner to come close to vinyl.
C. Ozone Safety
An infinitesimal amount of ozone gas (O3) is generated during corona discharge from the charging roller. The ozone gas is emitted only while the printer is operating.
This printer meets the ozone emission reference value set by Underwriters Laboratory (UL) at
the time it is shipped from the factory.
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IV. PARTS OF THE PRINTER
A. External View
1. External view of this printer
➈
➇
➀
➆
➁
➅
➂
➄
➃
1:
3:
5:
7:
9:
Multi-purpose tray
Manual feed slot
Face-up delivery port
Face-down delivery tray
Paper pick-up sub-tray
2:
4:
6:
8:
Paper width guide
Delivery switching lever
Cartridge cover unit
Delivery sub-tray
Figure 1-4-1
12
10: Interface connector
12: Power switch
11
➉
11: Power receptacle
Figure 1-4-2
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B. Cross Section
1. Cross section of this printer
➀
13
1:
3:
5:
7:
9:
11:
13:
Face-down delivery roller
EP-22 cartridge
Laser/scanner unit
Separation pad
Developing cylinder
Photosensitive drum
Fixing delivery roller
➁
➂ ➃
12
11
➄
➉➈
2:
4:
6:
8:
10:
12:
➅ ➆
➇
Fixing film unit
Primary charging roller
Pick-up roller
Feed roller
Transfer charging roller
Pressure roller
Figure 1-4-3
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V. INSTALLATION
A. Precautions
1) This product has been carefully adjusted and strictly inspected before packing and shipping.
To make the operation as intended, it is important to install it correctly. Service engineers
must understand the performance of the printer sufficiently, install it in the appropriate
environment with proper procedures, and operate the necessary checks.
2) Before taking the printer to the customer’s premises, the following conditions at the installation location should be confirmed:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power must be directly connectable to a single socket with a supply voltage within ± 10 % of
the rated voltage (100-127V) or +6 % to -10 % of the rated voltage (220-240V.)
The temperatures should be in a range from 10 to 32.5 °C and the relative humidity from 20
to 80 %. Avoid areas closed to water faucets, boilers, humidifiers, or refrigerators.
Avoid areas near open flames, dusty locations, windy locations, areas which emit ammonia
gas, and areas directly exposed to sunlight. When exposure to direct sunlight is unavoidable, hanging curtains is recommended.
The room should be well ventilated.
The printer should be placed on a level surface.
If the printer is set up on a desk, be sure a study desk is used.
Set the printer at a suitable distance from the wall for easy operation (See Figure 1-5-1.)
There must be enough space around the printer to operate.
Following dimensions should be taken into consideration to select a installation space for the
printer.
704
554
267
378
365
345
312
99
Figure 1-5-1
3) When metals are moved from a cold area to warm area, condensation may appear. This can
lead to various troubles during an operation. When the printer needs to be moved from a
cold area to warm area, leave it packed in its box for at least an hour to acclimatize to room
temperature.
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B. Storage and Handling of EP-22 Cartridge
As time passes, the natural environment will change the cartridge, whether sealed or installed
in the printer, or regardless of the number of prints. The progression of this natural change
depends largely on the storage and installation environment, therefore, take special care on storage and handling the cartridge.
a. Storage of Sealed EP-22 Cartridge Package
When storing EP-22 cartridge in warehouses or workshops, be sure that they are kept within
humidity/storage conditions range shown in Table 1-5-1.
Also note the following:
1) Avoid areas exposed to direct sunlight.
2) Do not place them in locations which are subject to severe vibration.
3) Do not bump or drop the cartridge.
4) Avoid high temperature environment, keep EP-22 cartridge below 35 °C.
Temperature
Table 1-5-1
Normal (total storage time ~
9/10)
Severe (total storage
time x~ 1/10)
High
35 to 40˚C
Low
-20 to 0˚C
Relative humidity
Temperature change (within
3 minutes or so)
Normal (total storage time ~
9/10)
Severe (total storage
time x~ 1/10)
Air pressure
Note:
0 to 35˚C
40˚C ➝15˚C
-20˚C➝25˚C
35 to 85% RH
High
85 to 95% RH
Low
10 to 35% RH
613 to 1013hPa
(460 to 760 mmHg)
Total storage time is the valid time span following the manufacture date displayed on
the cartridge box.
b. Storage of Unsealed EP-22 Cartridge
Since an organic photoconductor (OPC) is used for the photosensitive drum, intensive light will
damage the drum. It is necessary to thoroughly explain to customers the various storage and
handling procedures of unsealed cartridges.
Note the following:
1) Avoid areas which are exposed to direct sunlight such as near windows. Avoid leaving the
packages in cars for an extended period of time as high temperatures can damage them.
2) Avoid high temperature and high humidity, and low temperature and low humidity environment. Avoid areas where the temperature or humidity drastically change such as a location
near air conditioners.
3) Avoid dusty areas or locations which emit ammonia or organic solvent gases.
4) Keep EP-22 cartridge below 35 °C
5) Avoid placing the package near CRT displays, disk drive units, or floppy disks.
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c. Notes on Handling of Cartridge
1) Before installing a new EP-22 cartridge in the printer, hold the cartridge at both sides as
shown below, and gently slop it at about 45° right-up and left-up 5 or 6 times to distribute
toner evenly. Do not rock the cartridge in any other way, as the toner may leak from the
developing or cleaner units.
Figure 1-5-2
Print the test pattern of 3 to 5 sheets to ensure that output images are not spoiled by a toner
leak after installing the cartridge in the printer.
2) If blank spots appear on the output image due to an uneven distribution of toner in the cartridge, shake the cartridge to evenly distribute as shown in 1).
3) Do not place the cartridge on its end or upside down.
4) Do not open the protective shutter of the photosensitive drum and never touch the drum surface. Do not clean the photosensitive drum.
5) Do not disassemble EP-22 cartridge.
6) Do not give vibration or shock to the cartridge.
7) As the photosensitive light is easily damaged by intensive light, blank spots or black stripes
may appear on the printed image, if it is exposed to strong light. Faulty print images can be
corrected by stopping the printer momentarily. However, if the drum is exposed too long, the
blank spots and black stripes may remain even after stopping the printer.
To prevent this, be sure to always place the unsealed cartridges in their boxes or under a
cover.
Do not leave them uncovered when removed from the printer.
Reference: If the cartridge are exposed to ordinary light for five minutes and then left in a dark
area for another five minutes, the print quality will return to a virtually permissible
level. However, do not expose the cartridge to direct sunlight.
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VI. MAINTENANCE, CHECKS BY THE CUSTOMER
Maintenance points that should be performed by the customer to maintain the printer at optimum level are listed below.
Table 1-6-1
Item
1 - 10
Customer maintenance
Cartridge
Shake or replace the cartridge as necessary.
External Cover
Clean the external cover as necessary.
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VII. OPERATION
A. Canon Advanced Printing Technology (CAPT)
1. Concerning Canon Advanced Printing Technology (CAPT)
Canon Advanced Printing Technology (hereafter referred to as CAPT) reduces the processing
time, and simplifies operations for printing in the Microsoft Windows environment.
CAPT performs the following procedures to enable easy and speedy printing.
• Instead of converting application print data into the printer’s page description language
(PDL), this software translates print data into resource data corresponding to the writing system commands (GDI data.)
• The resource data corresponding to the GDI data are developed into dot data, and then
passed to a host computer.
• The printing environment can be set in the dialog box on the host computer screen.
• The printer status is shown on the host computer screen, which enables the user to confirm
the printing completion time, feeding status of the print paper, error conditions, and etc. on
the host computer screen.
Host computer
Submits GDI data from
the application.
Converts into resource data
corresponding to GDI.
Displays the printer status
on the screen.
Monitors the printer status.
Analyzes the resource data and
develops them into print data
Canon Advanced
Printing Technology
Formats bit images.
Host computer interface
Printer interface
Printer status information
Printer
Engine unit
Printing
Figure 1-7-1
Note:
GDI : Graphics device interface
Graphic writing system to perform printing and screen display in the Windows environment, (and a graphic writing system interface for the application.)
CAPT is used by installing on Microsoft Windows NT4.0 or Microsoft Windows 95/98. The
installation is done using the Canon Advanced Printing Technology disk included with this printer.
CAPT specifies the paper size, document size, number of copies and print quality on the computer screen. The operation methods of the dialog boxes vary in Microsoft Windows NT4.0 and
Microsoft Windows 95/98.
The installation procedures and operations are explained on the following pages. (Microsoft
Windows NT4.0: Page 1-12, Microsoft Windows 95/98: Page 1-49)
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B. Microsoft Windows NT4.0
1. Installation of CAPT
A Canon Advanced Printing Technology installation disk is packed with this printer.
The types and contents are as follows:
Types:
• A 5-inch CD-ROM disk
Contents:
• CAPT driver
• Language monitor
• Status window
• Parallel port driver
• Installer
• CD-ROM menu
• Uninstaller
• Trouble shooter
• On-line help
• On-line manual
• Voice message
a. Operating Environment
The following environment is required to install CAPT.
● PC hardware
This printer supports an IBM-PC or its compatible machine. The operating conditions are as
shown below.
<Minimum Operating Environment>
• CPU: Pentium or above
• RAM: 32 MB or above
• Available memory on the disk: 10 MB or above
• Printer port: Standard Centoronics parallel port
• CD-ROM drive
• Sound: PCM sound module is required to use the Voice message.
• Monitor size: 640 x 480 or above, 16 colors or above
• Network: 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX is required to use network adapter.
<Recommended Operating Environment>
• CPU: MMX Pentium 200 MHz or above
• RAM: 48 MB or above
● OS software
This printer operates only on Microsoft Windows x86 (Intel). It dose not operate on Alpha, MIPS
or PPC.
This printer does not operate on other OSs such as Windows NT3.x, Windows 3.x, Windows
for Workgroups, Windows CE, or Windows on OS/2. In general, Windows language and the software language of this printer must match.
● Printer cable
• Use a bi-directional 8-bit parallel interface cable for IBM-PC.
• Connections through the printer selector and printer buffer are not supported.
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b. Installation Procedures
● Connecting the printer as a local printer
This section describes how to install CAPT for using the printer as a local printer. Install it to
the host computer by following the procedures below.
For details, see the User’s Manual packed with the printer.
1. Switch on the computer to which the printer is connected and start up Microsoft Windows
NT.
2. Log in as an Administrator.
3. Use one of the following methods to start up the Add Printer Wizard.
• Start button / Settings / Printers / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• My Computer / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• Explorer / Desktop / My Computer / Printers / Open the Add Printer.
4. Add Printer Wizard (Initial screen)
Select either to use this printer, as a local printer or network printer. The following procedures describe the installation for using the printer as a local printer by selecting the My
Computer. For using the printer as a network printer, see Page 1-14 for details.
5. Add Printer Wizard (Port selection)
Select the port to which the printer is connected. If the port is not available, click the Add
Port button to create a new port.
If the check box for Enable printer pooling is selected, you can select multiple ports in the
Available ports list box simultaneously.
6. Add Printer Wizard (Printer selection 1)
Insert the CD-ROM into the computer, click the Have Disk button to open the Install From
Disk dialog box.
Enter the name of the CD-ROM drive in the Copy manufacture’s files from text box, and then
click the Browse button.
7. Add Printer Wizard (Printer selection 2)
If the name of the printer appears in the Printers list box, and the printer you are installing
is selected, click the Next button. If you want to change the printer, click the Have Disk button to reselect the INF file.
8. Add Printer (Overwrite selection)
This windows appears only when the same driver has already been installed.
Select whether or not the existing driver is to be overwritten by the newly installed driver.
9. Add Printer Wizard (Printer name change)
Enter the printer name to the Printer Name text box. Select whether or not the printer is to
be a default printer.
10. Add Printer Wizard (Sharing/non-sharing selection)
Select whether or not the PC is to be designated as the print server and the printer is to be
shared by other client PCs on a network. You can also specifies the printer sharing settings
after installing CAPT.
11. Add Printer Wizard (Test page printing selection)
Select whether or not to print a test page after you have finished installing CAPT.
12. Coping Files
The Coping Files dialog box appears when the installation has been started.
13. End of Installation
When the installation has completed, restart Microsoft Windows as instructed by the onscreen message. When the printer is connected, you will be asked whether you want to print
a test page. Print a test page to confirm that the installation has been made properly.
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● Connecting to a network printer
Follow the procedures described in this section to perform the installation on a client PC when
you want to designate the PC to which the printer is connected as a network print server and to
use the printer as a network printer.
For details, refer to the User’s Manual packed with the printer.
Note:
Precondition for sharing the installation
• CAPT should be installed properly in the print server to which the client PC is to
be connected, and the printer should be designated as a shared printer. See Page 124 for information on how to designate the printer as a share server.
• The client must be able to access to the server and the shared printer.
• As the client need no access privilegdes, which is required for the groups in the
local installaion, the print server is accessible to anyone as a network client, It can,
however, restrict the groups able to access to the print server by setting the Security
on the print server.
1. Switch on the client server PC, start up Microsoft Windows NT and log in.
2. Use one of the following methods to start up the Add Printer Wizard.
• Start button / Settings / Printers / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• My Computer / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• Explorer / Desktop / My Computer / Printers / Open the Add Printer.
3. Add Printer Wizard (Initial screen)
Select either to use this printer, as a local printer or network printer. The following procedures describe the installation for using the printer as a network printer by selecting the
Network printer server. For using the printer as a local printer, see Page 1-13 for details.
4. Connect to Printer
Double-click on the print server name shown in the Shared printers list box, and click on
the OK button to connect to the selected network printer.
If the connection could not be made, the Connected to Printer (printer connecting failure)
dialog box will be indicated.
5. Add Printer Wizard (Installation completion)
This window tells you that the network printer has been successfully installed, click on the
Finish button to finish the Add Printer Wizard.
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2. Operation of CAPT
CAPT uses Properties dialog boxes to set print environment.
The table on Page 1-61 shows the list of print environment that can be set by the CAPT dialog boxes.
The main dialog boxes of CAPT are described below.
a. Printer Properties
• How to open the Printer Properties.
The Printer Properties can be opened by the following methods.
From the Microsoft Windows desktop
1) Use one of the following methods to open the Printers folder.
• Start Button / Settings / Printers
• My Computer / Printers
• Control Panel / Printers
2) Open the printer to which you want to connect from the Printers folder.
• Click the right mouse button on the Canon LBP-800 icon to select the Properties.
• Double-click on the Canon LBP-800 icon to open the Canon LBP-800 print queue window,
and select the Properties from the Printer menu.
From the Microsoft Windows applications
How to open the Printer Properties varies in each application. See the application manual.
From the Microsoft Windows Shortcut
• To create a shortcut, open the Printers folder, drag the Canon LBP-800 icon with the right
mouse button to the desktop, and select the Create Shortcut(s) Here. (See the Microsoft
Windows NT User’s Guide for details.) Double-click on the shortcut icon to open the printer window and select the Properties from the Printer menu.
• To create a shortcut to the Printer folder, open the My computer, drag the Printer’s icon
with the right mouse button to the desktop, and select the Create Shortcut(s) Here. (See the
Microsoft Windows NT User’s Guide for details.) Double-click on the shortcut icon to open
the Printers folder, click right mouse button on the Canon LBP-800, and select the
Properties.
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The Printer Properties contains 6 tabs common to all Microsoft Windows NT printers according to the Microsoft Windows User Interface model. You can click on each tab or move the focus
and then press right or left cursor to open the tab and make settings.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Canon LBP-800 Properties
General
Ports
? X
Scheduling Sharing Security Select Forms
Canon LBP-800
Figure 1-7-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
General : Makes settings relating to the entire printer driver.
Ports : Selects the port to which the printer is connected.
Scheduling : Makes settings relating to print schedule.
Sharing : Designates whether the printer is shared.
Security : Sets the security for the printer.
Select Forms : Makes settings for user defined paper.
To store the items set in each tab, click the OK button and close the Print Properties dialog
box. To close the box without storing the items set in each tab, click the Cancel button.
OK
Cancel
(1)
(2)
Figure 1-7-3
(1) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(2) Cancel : Closes this dialog box without changing its items.
Details of each tab are described below.
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● General Tab
The settings in this tab apply to the entire printer driver. This tab can be opened by clicking the
General tab in the Properties dialog box.
The General tab is shown in Figure 1-7-4.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
General Ports
? X
Scheduling Sharing Security Select Forms
Canon LBP-800
(1)
Comment:
(2)
Location:
(3)
Driver:
(5)
Separator Page...
(4)
New Driver...
Canon LBP-800
Print Processor...
Print Test Page
(6)
(7)
OK
Cancel
Figure 1-7-4
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Comment : Enter comments on the printer.
Location : Enter information on the printer location.
Driver : Displays the list of the installed printer drivers.
New Driver : Click on this button when installing a new or updated printer driver.
Separator Page : As this printer does not support separator pages, clicking on this button
will not print a separator page.
(6) Print Processor : Displays the Print Processor dialog box.
(7) Print Test Page : Print a test page supported by the Microsoft Windows NT standard.
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◆ Print Processor Dialog Box
In the Print Processor dialog box, you can specify the print processor and spool data type used
for this printer. The Printer Processor dialog box can be opened by clicking on the Print
Processor button in the General tab in the Properties dialog box.
The Print Processor dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-5.
Print Processor
Selecting a different print processor may result in different options
being available for default datatypes. If your service does not
specify a datatype the selection below will be used.
Print Processor:
Default Datatype:
winprint
RAW
RAW [FF appended]
RAW [FF auto]
NT EMF 1.003
TEXT
(1)
Local Port
(3)
(2)
Always spool RAW datatype
OK
Cancel
(4)
(5)
Figure 1-7-5
(1) Print Processor : Specifies the print processor used for this printer. Normally, Winprint
(Windows standard print processor) is available.
(2) Default Datatype : Displays the list of spool datatype available for the selected print processor in the Print Processor list box.
(3) Always spool RAW datatype : Select the check box when you want to always spool data as
RAW datatype.
(4) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(5) Cancel : Closes this box without changing its items.
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● Ports Tab
Use this tab to select the port to which the printer is connected. It can be opened by clicking
the Ports tab in the Properties dialog box.
The ports tab is shown in Figure 1-7-6.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
General Ports
? X
Scheduling Sharing Security Select Forms
Canon LBP-800
Print to the following port[s]. Documents will print to the first free
checked port.
(1)
Port
LPT1:
LPT2:
LPT3:
COM1:
COM2:
COM3:
COM4:
FILE:
Description
Local Port
Local Port
Local Port
Local Port
Local Port
Local Port
Local Port
Local Port
Printer
Canon LBP-800
(2)
Add Port...
Delete Port
Configure Port...
(4)
(3)
Enable bidirectional support
Enable printer pooling
OK
(5)
Cancel
(6)
Figure 1-7-6
(1) Print to the following port(s) : List of check boxes for the ports to which the printer can be
connected. Select one or more port(s) to which the printer is to be connected. The error dialog box will appear if an nonexistent LPT port has been selected and a print is commanded.
(2) Add Ports : Opens the Printer Ports dialog box which enables you to add ports. (See Page 120)
(3) Delete Ports : Opens the Delete Port dialog box which enables you to delete selected ports.
(4) Configure Ports : Opens the configure LPT Port dialog box which enables you to set ports.
(5) Enable bidirectional support : Selects whether or not the Language Monitor is used for bidirectional communication between the PC and printer.
(6) Enable printer pooling : Selects whether or not the printer pool is used. Select the check
box when you want to select multiple ports in the Print to the following ports list box. The
printer does not support printer pool.
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◆ Printer Ports Dialog Box
Use this dialog box to add ports to which the printer is to be connected if necessary. It can be
opened by clicking the Add Ports button in the Ports tab of the Properties dialog box.
The printer Ports dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-7.
Printer Ports
Available Printer Ports:
(1)
Digital Network Port
Lexmark DLC Network Port
Lexmark TCP/IP Network Port
Local Port
New Monitor...
New Port...
Cancel
(3)
(4)
(2)
Figure 1-7-7
(1) Available Printer Ports : Displays the list of ports which can be added. Select one port from
the list. The printer cannot be connected to ports other than Local Port and AXIS CAPT Port
(network adapter port.)
(2) New Monitor : Installs the print monitor. Not available for this printer.
(3) New Port : Opens the Port Name dialog box which enables you to enter the name of the port
to be added.
(4) Cancel : Returns to the Ports tab without changing the items.
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◆ Configure LPT Ports Dialog Box
Use this dialog box to set the time-out period until the PC notifies the user that the printer does
not respond. It can be opened by clicking the Configure Ports button in the Ports tab.
The configure LPT Port dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-8.
Configure LPT Port
Timeout [seconds]
(1)
Transmission Retry:
90
OK
(2)
Cancel
(3)
Help
(4)
Figure 1-7-8
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Transmission Retry : Sets the time-out period of ports (Unit: second)
OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and returns to the Printer Ports tab.
Cancel : Returns to the Printer Ports tab without changing its items in this dialog box.
Help : Opens the Help topics.
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● Scheduling Tab
Use this tab to schedule a set time for printing, to set printing priorities, and to specify the print
data spooling method. It can be opened by clicking the Scheduling tab in the Properties dialog
box.
The Scheduling tab is shown in Figure 1-7-9.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
General Ports
(1)
Available:
(2)
? X
Scheduling Sharing
Security
Select Forms
Always
From
12:00 AM
To 12:00 AM
Priority
(3)
Lowest
Highest
Current Priority: 1
Browse...
(4)
Spool print documents so program finishes printing faster
(5)
Start printing after last page is spooled
(6)
Start printing immediately
(7)
Print directly to the printer
(8)
Hold mismatched documents
(9)
Print spooled documents first
(10)
Keep documents after they have printed
OK
Cancel
Figure 1-7-9
(1) Always : Keeps the printer ready to print for 24 hours a day.
(2) From to : Keeps the printer to ready to print only during the specified period. When this
button is selected, specific time can be entered in the spin boxes.
(3) Priority : Sets default printing priorities of documents. Documents with high priorities will
be printed before documents with low priorities.
(4) Spool print documents so program finishes printing faster : Sets this option on to spool
page at printing. Keep this option on for this printer. When this option is on, option buttons from (6) to (10) become available.
(5) Start printing after last page is spooled : Stars printing after the last page of the document is spooled.
(6) Start printing immediately : Starts printing after the first page of the document is spooled.
(7) Print directly to the printer : Sends the data directly to the printer without spooling. Keep
this setting off as printing cannot be conducted from applications when it is on. (The
Warning dialog box will appear when it is set on.)
(8) Hold mismatched documents : The spooler compares the settings of the printer and document before sending the document and holds the document in the queue if the data do not
match.
(9) Print spooled documents first : If there is a spooled document when the document to be
printed next, prints the spooled document first even if its printing priority is lower than that
of the document being spooled at that moment.
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(10)Keep documents after they have printed : Sets the spooler not to delete documents after
they have been printed.
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● Sharing Tab
Use this tab to designate whether or not the printer is shared with other clients through a network. It can be opened by clicking on the Sharing tab in the Properties dialog box.
The sharing tab is shown in Figure 1-7-10.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
General Ports
? X
Scheduling Sharing
Security
Select Forms
Canon LBP-800
(1)
Not Shared
(2)
Shared
(3)
Share Name:
CanonLBP
You may install alternate drivers so that users on the following systems can
download them automatically when they connect.
Alternate Drivers:
(4)
Windows 95
Windows NT 4.0 x86[Installed]
Windows NT 4.0 MIPS
Windows NT 4.0 Alpha
Windows NT 4.0 PPC
Windows NT 3.5 or 3.51 x86
To modify the permissions on the printer, go to the security tab.
OK
Cancel
Figure 1-7-10
(1) Not shared : Keep this check box on if you want to use this printer as a local printer.
(2) Shared : Keep this check box on if you want to use this printer as a network printer.
(3) Share Name : Available only when the Shared option button is selected. Change the network printer name appearing in the box if necessary.
(4) Alternate Drivers : Enables you to install drivers of different version or with different CPU
as an alternate driver. As this printer does not support Alternate Driver, do not select the
alternate drivers in this list box.
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● Security Tab
Use this tab to set the security for the printer such as Permissions, Auditing, and Ownership.
It can be opened by clicking the Security tab in the Property dialog box.
The security tab is shown in Figure 1-7-11.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
General Ports
Scheduling Sharing
? X
Security
Select Forms
Permissions
View or set permission information on the
selected item[s].
Permissions
(1)
Auditing
(2)
Ownership
(3)
Auditing
View or set auditing information on the
selected item[s].
Ownership
View or take ownership of the selected
item[s].
OK
Cancel
Figure 1-7-11
(1) Permissions : Opens the Printer Permissions dialog box. (See Page 1-26)
(2) Auditing : Opens the Printer Auditing Dialog box. (See Page 1-27)
(3) Ownership : Opens the Owner dialog box.
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◆ Printer Permissions Dialog Box
The Printer Permissions dialog box displays and sets the access privilege of the users and groups
to the printer. It can be opened by clicking the Permissions button in the Security tab of the
Properties dialog box.
The Printer Permissions dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-12.
Printer Permissions
(1)
Printer: Canon LBP-800
(2)
Owner: Administrators
Name:
(3)
Administrators
Full Control
CREATOR OWNER
Everyone
Power Users
Manage Documents
Print
(4)
Type ofAccess:
Full Control
Full Control
OK
Cancel
Add...
Remove
Help
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Figure 1-7-12
(1) Printer : Displays the printer name.
(2) Owner : Displays the owner name.
(3) Name : Displays the list of the names of the users and groups and the types of their access
privileges. When you want to change the access privilege, select the group or user name and
then select the type of access you want from the Type of Access drop down list.
(4) Type of Access : Displays the list of available types of access.
(5) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(6) Cancel : Closes the dialog box without changing its items.
(7) Add : Opens the Add Users and Groups dialog box which enables you to add the selected
group and user to the Name list.
(8) Remove : Delete the selected group and user in the Name list.
(9) Help : Open the Help topics.
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◆ Printer Auditing Dialog Box
In the Printer Auditing dialog box, you can make settings for checking the users connected to
the printer and the status of their events. To enable the PC to audit, the File and Object Access
event in the Audit Policy dialog box in the User Manger dialog box must be set to permit auditing. The Printer Auditing dialog box can be opened by clicking the Auditing button in the
Security tab of the Properties dialog box.
The Printer Auditing dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-13.
PrinterAuditing
(1)
Printer: Canon LBP-800
Name:
Administrators
(2)
OK
(4)
Cancel
(5)
Add...
(6)
Remove
(7)
Help
(8)
Events toAudit
(3)
Success
Failure
Print
Full Control
Delete
Change Permissions
Take Ownership
Figure 1-7-13
(1) Printer : Displays the printer name.
(2) Name : Displays the names of groups and users that are being audited.
(3) Events to Audit : Displays the list of events which can be audited. The list includes Print,
Full Control, Delete, Change Permissions and Take Ownership. Success or Failure can be
selected for each event.
(4) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(5) Cancel : Closes the dialog box without changing its items.
(6) Add : Opens the Add Users and Groups dialog box which enables you to add selected groups
and users to the Name list.
(7) Remove : Deletes selected groups and users from the Name list.
(8) Help : Opens the Help topics.
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● Select Forms Tab
Use this tab to set user defined paper. It can be opened by clicking the Select Forms tab in the
Property dialog box.
The Select Forms tab is shown in Figure 1-7-14.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
General Ports
? X
Scheduling Sharing Security Select Forms
Selected Forms :
(1)
Form 1
Form 2
Form 3
Paper Size
(2)
Change Forms...
Width :
21.59cm
Height :
27.94cm
Margins
Left :
0.50cm
T op :
0.50cm
Right :
0.50cm
Bottom :
0.50cm
Units :
Centimeters
Inches
About
OK
(3)
(4)
(5)
Cancel
Figure 1-7-14
(1) Selected Forms : Selects user defined paper.
(2) Paper Size : Displays the size of the paper selected in the Selected Forms.
(3) Change Forms : Opens the Change Forms dialog box and selects newly registered user
defined paper from the list of paper available.
(4) Units : Selects the unit used in Paper Size.
(5) About : Open the About dialog box.
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b. Document Defaults
• How to open the Document Defaults box
The Document Defaults box can be opened by the following procedures below.
From the Microsoft Windows desktop
1) Perform one of the following methods to open the Printer folder.
• Start button / Settings / Printers
• My Computer / Printers
• Control Panel / Printers
2) Open the printer from the Printers folder.
• Click the right mouse on the Canon LBP-800 icon and select the Document Defaults box.
• Double-click on the Canon LBP-800 icon to open the Canon LBP-800 print queue window,
and select the Document Defaults in the Printer menu.
From the Microsoft Windows applications
As how to open the Document Defaults box varies in each application, refer to each application manual.
From the Microsoft Windows shortcut
• To create a shortcut, open the Printers folder, drag the Canon LBP-800 icon with the right
mouse button to the desktop, and select the Create the Shortcut(s) Here. (See the Microsoft
Windows NT User’s Guide for details.)
Double-click on the shortcut icon to open the printer window and then select the Document
Defaults in the Printer menu.
• To create a shortcut to the Printer folder, open the My Computer, drag the Printers icon
with the right mouse button to the desktop, and select the Create Shortcut(s) Here. (See the
Microsoft Windows User’s Guide for details.)
Double-click on the shortcut to open the Printer folder, click the right mouse on the Canon
LBP-800, and then select the Document Defaults.
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The Document Defaults dialog consists of tabs based on the Microsoft Windows NT user interface model.
The dialog box consists of 3 tabs shown below. You can click each tab or move the focus and
then press the right or left cursor key to open the tab and make settings.
(1)
(2)
(3)
Canon LBP-800 Default
Page Setup
? X
Finishing Quality
Figure 1-7-15
(1) Page Setup : Sets items frequently used in general printing.
(2) Finishing : Selects whether or not to perform print in collate.
(3) Quality : Sets items relating to image.
To store the items set in each tab, click the OK button and close the Print Properties dialog
box. To close the box without storing the items set in each tab, click the Cancel button.
OK
Cancel
(1)
(2)
Figure 1-7-16
(1) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(2) Cancel : Closes the dialog box without changing its items.
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• Profile
The Profile reads and stores each item of the Page Setup tab, Finishing tab and Quality tab,
which performs operations of Add, Edit, and Select. The Profile stores up to 50 items for each
login user. As it stores in each login user, each Profile cannot be referred among them.
If the name of the printer driver is changed to another, all the profiles already registered will
be unreadable. However, it enables the user to read the Profile again by reentering the name of
the driver. It can also add and edit new profile by changing the name of the driver.
Even if the printer driver is unintalled, the Profile will not be deleted. If the printer driver is
reinstalled, you can select and edit the registered items again.
This printer driver supports submitting information to files and reading it from files.
However, the Windows 95/98 profile files and the Windows NT4.0 profile files are not interchangeable.
(1)
(2)
(3)
Profile :
Add...
Edit...
Figure 1-7-17
(1) Profile : Selects the registered Profile.
(2) Add : Opens the Add Profile dialog box.
(3) Edit : Opens the Edit Profile box.
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◆ Add Profile Dialog Box
The Add Profile dialog box adds new Profile. It can be opened by clicking the Add button in the
Document Defaults dialog box.
The Add Profile dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-18.
Add Profile
(1)
Name :
(2)
Icon :
(3)
Comment :
X
View Settings >>
OK
Cancel
Help
(4)
(5)
(6)
Figure 1-7-18
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Name : Sets the name of the Profile.
Icon : Selects the icon symbolizing the Profile.
Comment : Writes comments as sub information of the Profile
OK : Changes the items and closes the box.
Cancel : Close the box without changing its items.
Help : Opens the Help topics.
View Settings : Displays information of the items.
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◆ Edit Profile Dialog Box
The Edit Profile dialog box edits the Profile. It can be opened by clicking the Edit button in the
Document Defaults dialog box.
The Edit Profile dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-19.
Edit Profile
X
Profile List :
(11)
Profile01
Name :
Profile01
Icon :
(10)
(1)
Comment :
(9)
(2)
Delete
Import...
Export...
(8)
(7)
Page Setup Finishing Quality
(3)
Page Size :
Output Size :
Copies :
Orientation :
Page Layout :
Manual Scaling :
Overlay :
Letter
Match Page Size
1
Portrait
1 Page per Sheet
Not Selected
Selected
OK
Cancel
Help
(4)
(5)
(6)
Figure 1-7-19
(1) Profile List : Displays the list of the Profile names.
(2) Delete : Deletes the Profile.
(3) Confirm the settings : Displays in tab the list of information of profile that are being edited.
(4) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(5) Cancel : Closes the dialog box without changing its items.
(6) Help : Open the Help topics.
(7) Import : Imports the Profile information from files.
(8) Export : Exports the Profile information to files.
(9) Comment : Writes comments as sub information of the Profile.
(10)Icon : Selects the icon symbolizing the Profile.
(11)Name : Selects the name of the Profile.
Details of each tab are described below.
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● Page Setup tab
Use this tab to set items frequently used in general printing. The items set in the Page Setup
tab can be opened by clicking the Page Setup tab in the Document Defaults dialog box.
The Page Setup tab is shown in Figure 1-7-20.
Canon LBP-800 Default
Page Setup
? X
Finishing Quality
Add...
Profile :
(1)
Edit...
(10)
A
Page Size :
Letter
A
Output Size :
Match Page Size
(9)
Copies :
1
(8)
Orientation :
Page Layout :
Manual Scaling :
A
[1-999]
A
Portrait
Landscape
(7)
1 Page per Sheet
(6)
100
(5)
%
1
1
1
2
2
2
Letter-> Letter [Scaling : Auto]
(2)
View Settings
Overlay...
(3)
Restore Defaults
OK
(4)
Cancel
Figure 1-7-20
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Preview : Displays the Preview.
View Settings : Opens the View Settings dialog box.
Overlay : Opens the Overlay dialog box.
Restore Defaults : Resets the values in the Page Setup tab to the default value.
Manual Scaling : Specifies the reproduction ratio of the Page Size.
Page Layout : Specifies the number of page printed per print sheet. When you specify the
2/4/8/9 Pages per Sheet, the Manual Scaling will disappear and Page Order will be displayed.
(7) Orientation : Sets the printing orientation.
(8) Copies : Sets the number of printing.
(9) Output Size : Sets the paper size (physically)
(10)Page Size : Sets the paper size (theoretically)
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◆ View Settings Dialog Box
The View Settings dialog box displays in tab the list of setting information. It can be opened by
clicking the View Settings button in the Page Setup dialog box.
The View Setup dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-21.
View Settings
X
Page Setup Finishing Quality
Page Size :
Output Size :
Copies :
Orientation :
Page Layout :
Manual Scaling :
Overlay :
Letter
Match Page Size
1
Portrait
1 Page per Sheet
Not Selected
Not Selected
OK
Figure 1-7-21
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◆ Overlay Dialog Box
Use this dialog box to set items relating to Overlay form. It can be opened by clicking the Overly
button in the Page Setup dialog box.
The Overlay dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-22.
Overlay
X
File Name :
(1)
c:\WIN95\Desktop\bmp\header.bmp
Browse...
(10)
Overlay Placement :
A
Position
(2)
Size
Units :
(11)
Background
Foreground
Left :
0.50
T op :
0.50
Width :
6.00
Height :
3.69
Centimeters
(9)
(8)
(7)
Inches
Preview
OK
Cancel
Restore Defaults
Help
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Figure 1-7-22
(1) File Name : Specifies the names of the Overlay form files.
(2) Preview : Displays the preview.
(3) OK : Change the items in this dialog and closes the box.
(4) Cancel : Closes this box without changing its items.
(5) Restore Defaults : Resets the value in the Overlay dialog box to the default value.
(6) Help : Opens the Help topics.
(7) Units : Selects the unit used in the Size and Position.
(8) Size : Specifies the Size of the Overlay form.
(9) Position : Specifies the location of the Overlay form.
(10)Overlay Placement : Selects either to place the Overlay form, in the background or foreground of the printing data.
(11)Browse : Selects the Overlay form files.
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● Finishing Tab
The Finishing tab specifies either to print, in collate or page. The Finishing tab can be opened
by clicking on the Finishing tab in the Document Defaults dialog box.
The Finishing tab is shown in Figure 1-7-23.
Canon LBP-800 Default
Page Setup
? X
Finishing Quality
Add...
Profile :
1
1
1
2
2
2
Edit...
(4)
Collate
(1)
1
1
1
2
2
2
Letter-> Letter [Scaling : Auto]
(2)
(3)
View Settings
Preferences...
Restore Defaults
OK
(5)
Cancel
Figure 1-7-23.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Preview : Displays the Preview.
View Settings : Opens the View Settings dialog box.
Preferences : Opens the Preferences dialog box.
Restore Defaults : Resets the value in the Page Setup dialog to the default value.
Collate : Specifies either to print, in collate or page.
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◆ Preferences Dialog Box
The preference dialog sets the printing environment.
Preferences button in the Finishing dialog box.
The Preferences dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-24.
It can be opened by clicking the
Preferences
X
(1)
Execute printing even when Paper Size Mismatch detected
(2)
EMF Spooling
OK
Cancel
Restore Defaults
Help
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Figure 1-7-24
(1) Execute printing even when Paper Size Mismatch detected : When the existing paper size
differs from the paper size specified by the printer driver, you can specify either, to continue printing it, ignoring the difference of the paper sizes, or to require the user to change the
paper.
(2) EMF Spooling : Specifies the Spool file format.
(3) OK : Changes the items in the dialog and closes the box.
(4) Cancel : Closes this dialog box without changing its items.
(5) Restore Defaults : Resets the value in the Preference dialog box to the default value.
(6) Help : Open the Help topics.
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● Quality Tab
The Quality tab sets items relating to printing image. It can be opened by clicking the Quality
tab in the Document Defaults dialog box.
The Quality tab is shown in Figure 1-7-25.
Canon LBP-800 Default
? X
Page Setup Finishing Quality
Add...
Profile :
Edit...
Resolution :
(5)
600 dpi
300 dpi
(6)
Halftoning :
Pattern 1
(1)
Pattern 2
Smooth
Brightness :
(7)
600 dpi
1
1
1
2
2
2
0
%
Contrast :
(8)
Letter-> Letter [Scaling : Auto]
(2)
(3)
0
View Settings
About
More Options...
(4)
%
Restore Defaults
OK
(9)
Cancel
Figure 1-7-25
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Preview : Displays the Preview.
View Settings : Opens the View Settings dialog box.
About : Opens the About dialog box.
More Options : Opens the More Options dialog box.
Resolution : Specifies the Resolution.
Halftoning : Specifies the Halftoning form.
Brightness : Adjusts -80 % to 80 % of brightness.
Contrast : Adjusts -80 % to 80 % of contrast.
Restore Defaults : Resets the value in the Quality tab to the default value.
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◆ More Options Dialog Box
The more Options Dialog box sets the printing environment. The More Options dialog box can
be opened by clicking the More Options dialog box in the Quality dialog box.
The More Options dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-26.
More Options
(1)
X
Toner Density :
Light
Dark
(2)
Toner Saver
(3)
Automatic Image Refinement
OK
Cancel
Restore Defaults
Help
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Figure 1-7-26
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Toner Density : Specifies the Toner Density in 5 levels.
Toner Saver : Specifies whether or not to use the Toner Saver mode.
Automatic Image Refinement : Specifies whether or not to use the Super Smoothing.
OK : Changes the items in this dialog and closes the box.
Cancel : Closes the box without changing its items.
Restore Defaults : Resets the values in the More Options dialog to the default values.
Help : Opens the Help topics.
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c. Status Window
The Status Window is an application designed exclusively for CAPT. It displays printing job status of the printer with a progress bar and graphic animation. You can also use the Status
Window for setting items frequently used for printers.
The Printer Status Window opens when:
• You double-click on the LBP-800 Status Window icon in the CAPT group.
• You click the left mouse button on the icon registered in the Indicator area of the task bar.
• An error has occurred, or operation by the user is required.
• You print while selecting the Display Printer Status Window while Printing in the Status
Option dialog box of the Status Window (See Page 1-44.)
• You quit the Windows while the Status Window is open, and then restart the Windows.
The Printer Status Window dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-27.
i Canon LBP-800
X
Job Options Help
Printer Raedy
(1)
(2)
(6)
(3)
Printing Job
Printed Job Waiting Job
(7)
(4)
Title
(5)
Contents
Document name
User name
Computer name
Estimated time left
Estimated finish time
(8)
LPT1:
Figure 1-7-27
(1) Icon : Displays 5 icons according to the situation.
(2) Message area : Displays brief messages indicating the printer status.
(3) Error message area : Displays error status and action procedures, when an error has
occurred.
(4) Progress bar : Displays the progress of an ongoing printing job.
(5) Job Information area : Displays information of an ongoing printing job.
(6) Animation area : Indicates the printer status by animation. The background colors of
Animation area indicate the following status:
Blue; Indicates regular condition. Orange; Requires some action by the user.
Red; Gives warning.
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(7) Tool bar : Consists of 3 buttons; the Pause Job button, Resume job button and Delete job
button.
(8) Status bar : Displays the printer port to which the printer is connected. When performing
a menu operation, it displays the status relating to its menu.
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• Options menu
The Options menu sets the status options and ports, and prints a cleaning page.
The Option menu is shown on Figure 1-7-28.
i Canon LBP-800
X
Job Options Help
(1)
(2)
Status Options...
Port Setting...
(3)
Cleaning
Printing Job
Printed Job Waiting Job
Title
Contents
Document name
User name
Computer name
Estimated time left
Estimated finish time
LPT1:
Figure 1-7-28
(1) Status Options : Opens the Status Options dialog box.
(2) Port Setting : Opens the Port Setting dialog box.
(3) Cleaning : Prints a cleaning page (Refer to Chapter 2 on Page 2-15.)
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◆ Status Options Dialog Box
The Status Options dialog box displays the Status Window, and sets the items in the Voice messages. It can be opened by selecting the Status Options command in the Options menu of the
Status Window.
The Status Options dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-29.
Status Options
(1)
X
Printer Status
Display Printer Status Window while Printing
Only display Printer Status Window for errors
(2)
Sounds:
Play all sounds
Only play warning sounds
Do not play any sounds
Sound T ype:
(3)
Status check:
Always watches over the status
Watches over the status only while printing
(4)
Always On T op
OK
Cancel
Help
(5)
(6)
(7)
Figure 1-7-29
(1) Printer Status group : Sets the status window display mode.
(2) Sounds group : Sets sound. It provides print status or error-related information by sound.
(Only when the sound file is installed and the status window is open by bi-directional communication.)
(3) Status check group : Selects either to check the printer status, regularly or only during
printing.
(4) Always On Top : Displays the Status Window on top on the screen when checked.
(5) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(6) Cancel : Closes the dialog box without changing its items.
(7) Help : Opens the Help topics.
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◆ Port Setting Dialog Box
The Port Setting dialog box sets the Port(s). The Port Setting dialog box can be opened by selecting the Port Setting command in the Option menu of the Status Window.
It can be opened only when the printer is connected to the local parallel port.
The Port Setting dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-30.
Port Setting:
(1)
X
Port Setting:
Standard
ECP without DMA
ECP with DMA
OK
Cancel
(2)
(3)
Figure 1-7-30
(1) Port Setting : Sets the Port(s).
(2) OK : Changes the items and closes the dialog box.
(3) Cancel : Closes the dialog box without changing its items.
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3. Trouble Shooter
When troubles occur in the printer, the Trouble Shooter checks the Microsoft Windows NT configuration settings. If errors are found, the Trouble Shooter reports the errors to the user, and
self-corrects if possible.
The Trouble Shooter cannot detect problems regarding the hardware such as printer cable
and parallel port failure. It does not operate on the Network client PC.
<Starting the Trouble Shooter>
To start Trouble Shooter, double-click on the Canon LBP-800 Trouble Shooter icon in the
Windows Printing System group.
◆ Trouble Shooter Dialog Box (starting-up)
The following dialog box appears when the Trouble Shooter is started.
i Canon LBP-800 Trouble Shooter
X
System Information
(1)
Free Disk Space
MB
Free Memory
KB
Printers:
Canon LBP-800
(2)
This program checks Windows settings for Canon
LBP-800 printing.
Do you want to run this program?
Yes
No
(3)
(4)
Figure 1-7-31
(1) System Information : Displays the system information of the PC (Free Disk Space and Free
Memory.)
(2) Printers : Selects the printer that performs the Trouble Shooter.
(3) Yes : Executes the Trouble Shooter.
(4) No : Exits the Trouble Shooter.
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When the Trouble Shooter is executed by clicking the Yes button, it checks the items below.
Checks the Local
• Displays the free disk and free memory.
• Checks the installed files.
• Checks the selected ports.
• Checks the resistory.
• Checks the RapidPort communication device driver (only Microsoft Windows NT.)
• Checks the language monitor.
• Checks the printer driver.
• Checks the Status Window.
• Checks each item of the Printer Property.
• Checks the Program Folder.
Checks the Network
• Checks the Network server.
• Checks the network printer.
• Checks the reconnection of the port (only Microsoft Windows 95/98.)
The Trouble Shooter displays an error message with available information when it encounters a problem. Make sure to solve problems and perform the necessary procedures as required.
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<Exiting the Trouble Shooter>
The dialog box below will be displayed when you exit the Trouble Shooter.
◆ Trouble Shooter Dialog Box (exiting)
i Canon LBP-800 Trouble Shooter
i
(1)
X
Canon LBP-800 on LPT1:[local] settings are correct.
Result:
Canon LBP-800 on LPT1:[local] trouble shooting - 4/5/99 2:19:55 AM
Free Disk Space: 23MB
Free Memory. 0KB
LPT1CECPStandard parallel port
All files are expected versions.
Canon LBP-800 is connected to LPT1:.
LPT1: port driver is working properly.
Registry settings are correct.
Save
(2)
(3)
Save Result
File Name:
Change File Name ...
C:\WIN95\TEMP\99040500.LOG
OK
Figure 1-7-32
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Result : Displays the details of the Result.
Save Result : Save the items in the Result.
File Name : Displays the path name that saves the Result.
Change File Name : Opens the File Save dialog box of the Windows standard.
OK : Exits the Trouble Shooter.
If problems remain, uninstall CAPT and reinstall it after rebooting the PC.
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(5)
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C. Microsoft Windows 95/98
1. Installation of CAPT
A Canon Advanced Printing System disk is packed with this printer. Types and contents are as
follows:
Types
• A 5 inch CD-ROM disk
Contents
• CAPT driver
• Language monitor
• Status window
• Parallel port driver
• Installer
• CD-ROM menu
• Uninstaller
• Trouble shooter
• On-line help
• On-line manual
• Voice messages
a. Operating Environment
The following environment is required to install CAPT.
● PC hardware
This printer supports an IBM-PC or its compatible machine. Operation conditions are shown
below:
<Minimum Operating Environment>
• CPU: Pentium or above
• RAM: 16 MB or above
• Available disk space: 15 MB or above
• Printer port: Standard Centronics parallel port
• CD-ROM drive
• Sound: PCM sound module is required to use the sound.
• Monitor size: 640 x 480 or above, 16 colors or above
• Network: 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX is required to use the network adapter.
<Recommended Operating Environment>
• CPU: MMX Pentium 200 MHz or above
• RAM: 24 MB or above
● OS software
This printer operates on Microsoft Windows 95/98.
This printer does not operate on other OSs, such as Windows NT3.x, Windows for
Workgroups, Windows CE and Windows on OS/2. In general, Windows language and the language of this printer must match.
● Printer Cable
• Use a bi-directional 8-bit parallel interface cable for IBM-PC.
• Connections through the printer selector and printer buffer are not supported.
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b. Installation Procedures
● Connecting the printer as a local server
This section describes how to install CAPT for using this printer as a local printer. Install it by
following the procedures below.
For details, see the User’s Manual packed with this printer.
1. Switch on the PC to which the printer is connected to start up Microsoft Windows 95/98.
2. Perform one of the following methods to start up Add Printer Wizard.
• Start button /Settings / Printers / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• My Computer / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• Explorer / Desktop / My Computer / Printers / Open the Add Printer.
3. Add Printer Wizard (Initial screen)
Select either to use this printer, as a local printer or network printer. The following procedures describe the installation for using the printer as a local printer by selecting the Local
Printer. For using the printer as a network printer, see Page 1-51 for details.
4. Add Printer Wizard (Printer selection 1)
Insert the CD-ROM into the PC, and click on the Have Disk button to open the Install From
Disk screen.
Enter the name of the CD-ROM drive to the Copy manufacture’s files from text box, and click
the Browse button.
5. Add Printer Wizard (Printer selection 2)
When the name of this printer appears in the Printers list box, confirm that it is selected,
and then click the Next button. When you want to change the printer to be installed, click
the Have Disk button to reselect the INF file.
6. Add Printer Wizard (Overwrite selection)
This window appears only when the same driver has already been installed. Select whether
or not the existing driver is to be overwritten by a newly installed driver.
7. Add Printer Wizard (Port selection)
Select the port to which the printer is connected.
Click on the Configure Port button to open the Configure LPT Port dialog box, and check the
Spool MS-DOS print jobs check box.
8. Add Printer Wizard (Printer name change)
Enter the name of this printer to the Printer Name text box. Select whether or not the printer is to be a default printer.
9. Add Printer Wizard (Test Page Printing Selection)
Select whether or not to print a test page after you have finished installing CAPT.
10. Coping Files
When the installation begins, the Coping Files dialog box appears.
11. End of installation
Click on the OK button to finish the installation. If you have selected to print a test page
after installation, confirm that the installation has completed by printing a test page.
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● Connecting to a network printer
Follow the procedures described in this section to perform the installation on a client PC when
you want to designate the PC to which the printer is connected as a network print server, and
to use the printer as a network printer.
For details, see the User’s Manual packed with this printer.
Note:
Precondition for starting the installation
• CAPT should be installed properly in the print server to which the client PC is to be
connected, and the printer should be designated as a shared printer. See the
Microsoft Windows 95/98 User’s Guide for information on how to designate the printer as shared printer.
• The client must have the access privileges to connect to the print server and the
shared printer.
1. Switch on the client PC to start up Microsoft Windows 95/98 and log in.
2. Use one of the following methods to start up the Add Printer Wizard.
• Start button / Settings / Printers / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• My computer / Printers folder / Open the Add Printer.
• Explorer / Desktop / My computer / Printers / Open the Add Printer.
3. Add Printer Wizard (Initial screen)
Select either to use this printer, as a local printer or network printer. The following procedures describe the installation for using the printer as a network printer by selecting the
Network Printer. For using the printer as a local printer, see Page 1-50 for details.
4. Connect to Printer
Click on the Browse button to open the Browse for Printer dialog box, and select the Network
printer queue to the printer you are to connect. Click on the OK button to connect to the
selected network printer.
If the connection could not be made, the Connect to Printer dialog box (printer connecting
failure) will be indicated.
5. End of Installation
Click the OK button to finish the installation.
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2. CAPT operation
CAPT sets printing environment by using the Property dialog box.
The list of the printing environment in the CAPT dialog box is shown on Page 1-63. Main
dialogs in CAPT are described below.
a. Printer Properties
• How to open the printer properties
The printer properties can be opened by the following methods.
From the Microsoft Windows desktop
1) Use one of the following methods to open the Printers folder.
• Start Button / Settings / Printers
• Control Panel / Printers
2) Open the printer to which you want to connect from the Printers folder.
• Click the right mouse button on the Canon LBP-800 icon to select the Properties.
• Double-click on the Canon LBP-800 icon to open the Canon LBP-800 print queue window,
and select the Properties in the Printer menu.
From the Microsoft Windows applications
How to open the Printer Properties varies in each application. See the application manual.
From the Microsoft Windows Shortcut
• To create a shortcut, open the Printers folder, drag the Canon LBP-800 icon to the desktop pressing the CTPL key, (See the Microsoft Windows 95/98 User’s Guide for details.)
Double-click on the shortcut icon to open the printer window and select the Properties in the
Printer menu.
The Property dialog consists of tabs based on the Microsoft Windows 95/98 user interface
model.
In the Property, following 2 types of tabs are consisted:
• Common tabs used in all the Property; General, Details, and Sharing
• Specified tabs used only in the printer driver; Page Setup, Finishing and Quality
To open the tab and make settings, you can click on each tab or move the focus and then
press right or left cursor.
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Canon LBP-800 Properties
? X
General Details Sharing Page Setup Finishing Quality
Canon LBP-800
Figure 1-7-33
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
General : Sets the Page separator output and executes a test print.
Details : Sets the printer port, printer driver and time out.
Sharing : Sets the sharing of the printer.
Page Setup : Sets items frequently used in general printing.
Finishing : Selects whether or not to perform printing in collate.
Quality : Sets items for the image.
To store the items set in each tab, click the OK button and close the Print Properties dialog
box. To close the box without storing the items set in each tab, click the Cancel button.
OK
Cancel
Apply
(1)
(2)
(3)
Figure 1-7-34
(1) OK : Changes the items in this dialog box and closes the box.
(2) Cancel : Closes this dialog box without changing its items.
(3) Apply : Changes the items and continues the Property dialog.
Details of each tab are described below. For operation and displays of the common tabs
(General, Details, and Sharing), see the Microsoft Windows 95/98 User’s Guide.
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● Page Setup tab
Use this tab to set items frequently used in general printing. The Page Setup tab can be opened
by clicking the Page Setup tab in the Properties dialog box.
The Page Setup tab is shown in Figure 1-7-35.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
? X
General Details Sharing Page Setup
Finishing Quality
Add...
Profile :
(1)
Edit...
A
Page Size :
Letter
(11)
A
Output Size :
Match Page Size
(10)
Copies :
1
A
Orientation :
Page Layout :
Manual Scaling :
(9)
[1-999]
Portrait
A
Landscape
(8)
1 Page per Sheet
(7)
100
(6)
%
1
1
1
2
2
2
Letter-> Letter [Scaling : Auto]
(2)
(3)
View Settings
(5)
Overlay...
Custom Paper Size...
OK
Restore Defaults
Cancel
(4)
Apply
Figure 1-7-35
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Preview : Displays the preview.
View Settings : Opens the View Setting dialog (See Page 1-35.)
Custom Paper Size : Sets user defined paper.
Restore Defaults : Resets the values in the Page Setup tab to the default values.
Overlay : Opens the Overlay dialog (See Page 1-36.)
Manual Scaling : Specifies the reproduction ratio of the Page Size.
Page Layout : Specifies the number of page printed per print sheet. When you specify the
2/4/8/9 Pages per Sheet, the Manual Scaling will disappear and Page Order will be displayed.
(8) Orientation : Sets the printing orientation.
(9) Copies : Sets the number of printing.
(10)Output Size : Sets the paper size (Physically)
(11)Page Size : Sets the paper size (Theoretically)
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◆ Custom Paper Size Dialog Box
The Custom Paper Size dialog sets user defined paper. The Paper Size dialog box can be opened
by clicking on the Custom Paper Size button in the Page Setup dialog box.
The Custom Paper Size dialog box is shown on Figure 1-7-36.
Custom Paper Size Setting
(1)
X
Costom Paper List :
Form 1
Form 2
Form 3
(2)
Name :
(3)
Units :
Form 1
Centimeters
Inches
(4)
Paper Size
Width :
8.50
Height : 11.00
OK
Cancel
(5)
(6)
in [3.00-8.50]
in [5.00-14.00]
Restore Defaults
(7)
Help
(8)
Figure 1-7-36
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Custom Paper List : Selects user defined paper.
Name : Specifies the name of user defined paper.
Units : Specifies the unit of user defined paper.
Page Size : Specifies the size of user defined paper according to the unit selected in the
Units.
OK : Changes the items in the Custom Paper Size dialog box, and closes the box.
Cancel : Closes the box without changing its items.
Restore Defaults : Resets the values in the Custom Paper Size dialog box to the default values.
Help : Open the Help topics.
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● Finishing Tab
The Finishing tab specifies either to print, in collate or page. The Finishing tab can be opened
by clicking on the Finishing tab in the Properties dialog box.
The Finishing tab is shown in Figure 1-7-37.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
? X
General Details Sharing Page Setup Finishing Quality
Add...
Profile :
1
1
1
2
2
2
Edit...
(4)
Collate
(1)
1
1
1
2
2
2
Letter-> Letter [Scaling : Auto]
(2)
(3)
View Settings
Preferences...
OK
Restore Defaults
Cancel
(5)
Apply
Figure 1-7-37
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Preview : Displays the Preview.
View Settings : Opens the View Settings dialog box.
Preferences : Opens the Preference dialog box.
Restore Defaults : Resets the values in the Page Setup dialog box to the default values.
Collate : Specifies either to print, in collate or page.
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◆ Preferences Dialog Box
The Preferences dialog box sets the printing environment. It can be opened by clicking the
Preferences button in the Finishing dialog box.
The Preferences dialog box is shown in Figure 1-7-38.
Preferences
(1)
X
Execute printing even when Paper Size Mismatch detected
OK
Cancel
(2)
(3)
Restore Defaults
(4)
Help
(5)
Figure 1-7-38
(1) Execute printing even when Paper Size Mismatch detected : When the existing paper size
differs from the paper size specified by the printer driver, you can specify either, to continue
printing it, ignoring the difference of the paper sizes, or to require the user to change the
paper.
(2) OK : Changing the items in the dialog and closes the box.
(3) Cancel : Closes this dialog box without changing its items.
(4) Restore Defaults : Resets the values in the Preferences dialog box to the default values.
(5) Help : Open the Help topics.
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● Quality Tab
The Quality tab sets items for printing image. It can be opened by clicking the Quality tab in
the Properties dialog box.
The Quality tab is shown in Figure 1-7-39.
Canon LBP-800 Properties
? X
General Details Sharing Page Setup Finishing Quality
Add...
Profile :
Edit...
(5)
Resolution :
600 dpi
300 dpi
(6)
Halftoning :
Pattern 1
(1)
Pattern 2
Smooth
(7)
Brightness :
600 dpi
1
1
1
2
2
2
0
%
(8)
Contrast :
Letter-> Letter [Scaling : Auto]
(2)
(3)
0
View Settings
About
More Options...
%
Restore Defaults
(4)
OK
Cancel
Apply
Figure 1-7-39
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Preview : Displays the Preview.
View Settings : Opens the View Settings dialog box.
About : Opens the About dialog box.
More Options : Opens the More Options dialog box (See Page 1-40.)
Resolution : Specifies the Resolution.
Halftoning : Specifies the Halftone form.
Brightness : Adjusts -80 % to 80 % of brightness.
Contrast : Adjusts -80 % to 80 % of contrast.
Restore Defaults : Resets the values in the Quality tab to the default values.
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3. Trouble Shooter
When troubles occur in the printer, the Trouble Shooter checks the Microsoft Windows 95/98
configuration settings. If errors are found, the Trouble Shooter reports the errors to the user,
and self-corrects if possible.
The Trouble Shooter cannot detect problems regarding the hardware such as printer cable
and parallel port failure. It does not operate on the Network client PC.
For details, refer to Page 1-46 to 1-48.
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D. Printing Environment Setting and Test Printing
1. Microsoft Windows NT4.0
a. Printing Environment Setting
A list of printing environment that can be set from the CAPT dialog box is shown below.
Note:
The values in bold are the default values at the time of shipment from the factory.
Table 1-7-1
• Document Defaults
Page Setup tab
Overlay tab
Setup item
Paper Size*
Setup Value
Letter / Legal / A4 / Executive / Envelope DL / Envelope #10 /
Envelope C5 / Envelope Monarch / B5 / Index Card / Custom
Output Size
Setup Value
Overlay Placement
Background / Foreground
Position*
Match Page Size / Letter / Legal / A4 / Executive / Envelope DL
/ Envelope #10 / Envelope C5 / Envelope Monarch / B5 / Index Card / Custom
Copies
1 ≤ X ≤ 999
Orientation
Portrait / Landscape
Page Layout
1 Page per Sheet / 2 Pages per Sheet / 4 Pages per Sheet,
8 Pages per Sheet / 9 Pages per Sheet
Size**
Unit***
Left
0 < X < 34.00cm
Top
0 < X < 34.00cm
Width
0 < X < 34.00cm
Height
0 < X < 34.00cm
Centimeters / Inches
* Default value is the center of the paper.
** Default value is that of file.
*** Default value is in Inch for USA and in Centimeter for other countries.
10% ≤ 100 ≤ 200%
Manual Scaling
Page Order
Setup item
2 Pages per Sheet/Portrait
Left to Right / Right to Left
2 Pages per Sheet/Landscape
Top to Bottom / Bottom to Top
4, 8, 9 Pages per Sheet
Across from Left / Down from Left
Across from Right / Down from Right
* Default value is Letter size for USA and A4 size for other countries.
Quality tab
Setup item
Setup Value
Resolution
600dpi / 300dpi
Halftorning
Pattern 1 / Pattern 2 / Smooth
Brightness
-80% ≤ 0 ≤ 80%
Contrast
-80% ≤ 0 ≤ 80%
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b. Test Printing (1 page)
This test page is supported by Microsoft Windows NT4.0 as a standard function, and also by this printer.
For details, see “Contents of Test Page.”
Contents of Test Page
R
MICROSOFT
TM
R
WINDOWS NT
TM
Windows NT
Printer Test Page
Congratulations!
If you can read this information, you have correctly installed your Canon LBP-800 on
SIRIUS.
The information below describes your printer driver and port settings.
(2)
(4)
(6)
(8)
(10)
(12)
(14)
(1)
(3)
(5)
(7)
(9)
(11)
(13)
(15)
Machine Name:
SIRIUS
Printer name:
Canon LBP-800
Printer model: Canon LBP-800
Color support: No
Port name(s):
LPT1:
Data format:
RAW
Share Name:
Location:
Comment:
Driver name:
CAP1N.DLL
Driver version: 4.01
Environment:
Windows NT x86
Monitor:
CAPT Monitor
Default Datatype: RAW
Files used by this driver:
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPSMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPMONN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPRPCSN.EXE
(1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPEMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPPTMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1SETN.DLL
(1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1UNIN.EXE
(1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPSMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPMONN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPRPCSN.EXE
(1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPEMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPPTMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPPSWN.EXE (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1PMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1TRSN.EXE
(1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPREMN.DLL (2.00.03.010)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPHT.BIN
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1N.TXT
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPLPTN.SYS (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1N.DLL
(0.2.0.0)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1UMN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1UIN.DLL (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1APP.INF
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1SETN.INF
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1.HLP
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAP1.CNT
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPONN.EXE (1.00.0.015)
C:\WINNT40\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\CAPZWAY.BIN
(1) Machine Name: Name of the computer specified when Microsoft Windows NT was installed.
(2) Printer name: Name of the printer driver specified when the printer was installed (normally "Canon LBP-800.")
(3) Printer model: Name of the printer (in case of this printer "Canon LBP-800.")
(4) Color support: Whether or not color printing is supported (in case of this printer, "No.")
(5) Port name(s): Name of the port to which the printer is connected.
(6) Data format: Selected spool data format.
(7) Share Name: Share Name when printing via a network.
(8) Location: Information for the location of the printer. Set it with the General tab.
(9) Comment: Information for the comments of the printer. Set it with the General tab.
(10) Driver name: File name of the graphics driver.
(11) Driver version: Version information of the driver.
(12) Environment: Information on the OS and CPU (In case of this printer "Windows x86.")
(13) Monitor: Name of the language monitor.
(14) Default Datatype: Default value of the spool data format.
(15) Files used by this driver: List of the files used by this printer driver.
This is the end of the printer test page.
Figure 1-7-40
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2. Microsoft Windows 95/98
a. Printing Environment Setting
A list of printing environment that can be set from the CAPT dialog box is shown below.
Note:
The values in bold are the default values at the time of shipment from the factory.
Table 1-7-2
• Properties
Page Setup tab
Custom Paper Size Dialog
Setup item
Paper Size*
Setup Value
Letter / Legal / A4 / Executive / Envelope DL / Envelope #10 /
Envelope C5 / Envelope Monarch / B5 / Index Card / Custom
Output Size
Setup item
Setup Value
Units*
Centimeters / Inches
Paper Sizes
Match Page Size / Letter / Legal / A4 / Executive / Envelope DL
/ Envelope #10 / Envelope C5 / Envelope Monarch / B5 / Index Card / Custom
Width
7.62cm ≤ 21.0 ≤ 21.59cm
Height
12.7cm ≤ 29.7 ≤ 35.56cm
* Default value is in Inches for USA and in Centimeters for other countries.
Copies
1 ≤ X ≤ 999
Orientation
Portrait / Landscape
Setup item
Setup Value
Page Layout
1 Page per Sheet / 2 Pages per Sheet / 4 Pages per Sheet,
Overlay Placement
Background / Foreground
8 Pages per Sheet / 9 Pages per Sheet
Position*
10% ≤ 100 ≤ 200%
Manual Scaling
Page Order
Overlay tab
2 Pages per Sheet/Portrait
Left to Right / Right to Left
2 Pages per Sheet/Landscape
Top to Bottom / Bottom to Top
4, 8, 9 Pages per Sheet
Across from Left / Down from Left
Across from Right / Down from Right
* Default value is Letter size for USA and A4 size for other countries.
Size**
Unit***
Left
0 < X < 34.00cm
Top
0 < X < 34.00cm
Width
0 < X < 34.00cm
Height
0 < X < 34.00cm
Centimeters / Inches
* Default value is the center of the paper.
** Default value is that of file.
*** Default value is in Inch for USA and in Centimeter for other countries.
Quality tab
Setup item
Setup Value
Resolution
600dpi / 300dpi
Halftorning
Pattern 1 / Pattern 2 / Smooth
Brightness
-80% ≤ 0 ≤ 80%
Contrast
-80% ≤ 0 ≤ 80%
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b. Test Printing (1 page)
This test page is supported by Microsoft Windows 95/98 as a standard function, and also by this printer.
For details, see “Contents of Test Page.”
Contents of Test Page
Microsoft
Windows 98
Printer Test Page
R
R
Windows 98
R
(1) Printer name: Name of the printer driver specified when the printer was installed (normally "Canon LBP-800.")
(2) Printer model: Name of the printer (in case of this printer "Canon LBP-800.")
(3) Driver name: File name of the graphics driver.
(4) Driver version: Version information of the driver.
(2)
(4)
(6)
(1)
(3)
(5)
(7)
(8)
Congratulations!
(5) Color support: Whether or not color printing is supported (in case of this printer, "No.")
If you can read this information, you have correctly installed your Canon LBP-800.
(6) Port name(s): Name of the port to which the printer is connected.
The information below describes your printer driver and port settings.
(7) Data format: Selected spool data format.
Printer name:
Printer model:
Driver name:
Driver version:
Color support:
Port name:
Data format:
Canon LBP-800
Canon LBP-800
CAP1.DRV
4.00
No
LPT1:
EMF
Files used by this driver:
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1.CNT
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1.DRV
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1.HLP
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1.TXT
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1APP.INF
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1INS.INF
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1PM.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1SET.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1INS.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1SET.INF
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1TRS.EXE
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1UI.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAP1UNI.EXE
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPEM.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPHT.BIN
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPLPT1.VXD
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPLPT2.VXD
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPLPT3.VXD
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPMON.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPRPCS.EXE
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPPSW.EXE
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPPTM.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPREN.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPSM.DLL
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPON.EXE
C:\WIN98\SYSTEM\CAPZWAV.BIN
(8) Files used by this driver: List of the files used by this printer driver.
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
(1.00.0.015)
This is the end of the printer test page.
Figure 1-7-41
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CHAPTER 2
OPERATION AND TIMING
1. This chapter describes the printer functions, the relationships between mechanisms and circuits, and the timing of operations. Mechanical linkages are indicated by black and white
lines (
), the flow of control signals by solid arrows (
), and the flow of groups
of signals by outline arrows (
).
2. An active-high signal is indicated by "H" or by a signal name without a slash in front of it,
such as "PSNS." An active-low signal is indicated by "L" or by a signal name with a slash in
front of, such as "/SCNON."
A signal that is "H" or has a name without a slash is active at the supply voltage level
(indicating that the signal is being output), and inactive at ground level (indicating that the
signal is not being output).
A signal that is "L" or has a slash in front of its name is active at ground level, and inactive at the supply voltage level.
There is a microcomputer in this printer. But as the internal operation of the microcomputer cannot be checked, an explanation of the operation of the microcomputer has been left
out.
As it is assumed that no repair will be made to customer circuit boards, the explanation
of board circuits is limited to an outline using block diagrams. So there are two types of circuit explanations; (1) everything from the sensor to the input sections of the major circuit
boards, (2) everything from the output sections of the major circuit boards to the loads.
These are explained with block diagrams according to the function.
I.
BASIC OPERATION ................... 2-1
IV.
IMAGE FORMATION SYSTEM.... 2-22
II.
ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM ...... 2-4
V.
PICK-UP/FEED SYSTEM ........... 2-30
III. LASER/SCANNER SYSTEM ....... 2-16
VI. VIDEO CONTROL SYSTEM ........ 2-33
CHAPTER 2
I. BASIC OPERATION
A. Functions
Printer functions can be divided into five groups: the video control system, the engine control
system, the image formation system, the laser/scanner system, and the paper pick-up/feed system.
VIDEO CONTROL
SYSTEM
To external device (host computer, etc.)
Interface controller PCB
ENGINE CONTROL
SYSTEM
Scanning mirror
Laser
diode
Engine controller PCB
BD
circuit
Scanner
motor
Primary
charging
roller
Cleaner
unit
Photosensitive
drum
Fixing
Transfer
charging
roller
Manual feed slot
Face-up delivery slot
IMAGE FORMATION
SYSTEM
Developing
unit
Multi-purpose tray
Face-down delivery tray
LASER/SCANNER SYSTEM
Pick-up
control
PICK-UP/FEED SYSTEM
Figure 2-1-1
2-1
CHAPTER 2
B. Basic Operation Sequence
The operation sequence of this printer is controlled by the microcomputer on the engine controller PCB. The purpose of each period from that the printer is turned ON until that the main
motor stops rotating after completion of printing is stated below. Refer to the appendix for the
detailed timing chart.
Table 2-1-1
Period
Purpose
WAIT
( WA I T
period)
From power-ON until the end of To clear the drum surface of
the main motor initial rotation. potential and to clean the
transfer charging roller.
STBY
(STANDBY)
From the end of the WAIT period To keep the printer ready to
print.
or the LSTR period until the
input of the pick-up command
from the interface controller.
Or, from the end of the LSTR
period until power-OFF.
INTR
(INITIAL
ROTATION
period)
From the input of the pick-up
command from the interface
controller until the paper
reaching the paper top sensor.
To stabilize the photosensitive
drum sensitivity in preparation
for printing. Also to clean the
transfer charging roller.
PRINT
(Print)
From the end of the initial
rotation until the primary
voltage going OFF.
To form images on the
photosensitive drum based on
the VIDEO signals (/VDO, VDO)
input from the interface
controller and to transfer the
toner image onto the paper.
LSTR
(LAST
ROTATION
period)
From the primary voltage going To deliver the last page. Also
OFF until the main motor to clean the transfer charging
roller.
discontinue rotating.
2-2
Remarks
Detects whether the
cartridge is installed or
not.
When the pick-up
command is input from
the interface controller,
the printer enters the
INTR period immediately
after the end of the LSTR
period.
CHAPTER 2
C. Power-ON Sequence
The sequence from power-ON until the printer enters the STANDBY mode is as follows:
1) Power-ON
2) CPU initialization
3) Start of the video interface communication
0.5 seconds after the status command signal (/SC) turns "H", the video interface communication is ready for operation.
4) Paper jam detection and door open detection
Paper detection status of the sensors and door open are detected.
5) Fixing unit-ON
The fixing unit is driven for 0.5 seconds. The printer stops driving the fixing unit if the
detected fixing unit temperature is 100°C or more.
6) Scanner motor initial rotation
7) Main motor initial rotation
8) High-voltage control
Presence or absence of the cartridge is detected after the primary high-voltage goes ON. The
transfer charging roller is cleaned.
9) Failure/abnormality check
Scanner failure and fixing unit failure are detected.
10) Residual paper check
Residual paper is delivered automatically, if detected. When the delivery paper sensor
detects paper, JAM is indicated.
2-3
CHAPTER 2
II. ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM
A. Engine Controller PCB
1. Outline
The operation sequence of the printer is controlled by the CPU on the engine controller PCB.
When the printer is turned ON and enters the STANDBY mode, the CPU outputs signals to drive
loads, such as the laser diode, motors, and solenoids, based on the pick-up command and image
data input from the interface controller.
A block diagram of this circuit is shown below.
Engine Controller PCB
IC201
Interface
controller
/VDO,VDO
Video interface
control circuit
High-voltage
control circuit
Fixing control
circuit
Laser control circuit
High-voltage
power supply
circuit
Cartridge
Laser driver
Fixing unit
BD PCB
AC input
Low-voltage power
supply circuit
Reset IC
IC202
Scanner motor
control circuit
Sequence
control circuit
Scanner
motor
Motor,
solenoid
Sensors
Figure 2-2-1
2-4
CHAPTER 2
2. Operations
a. CPU (IC201)
The CPU intstalled in this printer is an 8-bit single-chip microcomputer.
This CPU is a single-chip CPU with a built-in ROM and RAM and controls the following printer operations based on the control program stored in the ROM.
1) Printer sequence control
2) Video interface control
3) High-voltage power supply circuit control
4) Laser/scanner control
5) Sensor control
6) Control of loads such as motors, and solenoids
b. Reset IC (IC202)
IC202 monitors +3.3V and resets the CPU when the power is turned ON.
c. Fixing control circuit
See the section “B. Fixing control circuit” in this chapter.
d. High-voltage power supply circuit
See the section “C. High-voltage power supply circuit” in this chapter.
e. Low-voltage power supply circuit
See the section “D. Low-voltage power supply circuit” in this chapter.
2-5
CHAPTER 2
3. Engine Controller Input/Output Signals
Laser/scanner unit
Engine controller PCB
+24V
J802-1
J208-4
M801
-3
-2
Scanner
motor
-2
-3
-4
-1
J801-8
J208-5
-1
-12
-6
-7
VDO
-5
-8
/VDO
-4
-9
CONT1
-3
-10
CONT0
-2
-11
/BDI
BD input signal
-7
-6
/MB
MB
/MA
MA
Main motor drive signal
/DEC
/ACC
The scanner motor decelerates
when "L."
The scanner motor accelerates
when "L."
Scanner
motor driver
circuit
+5V
+3.3V
Laser diode
Laser driver
circuit
BD circuit
Main motor
M001
J007-4
J401-1
-3
-2
-2
-3
-1
-4
PS002
Paper top sensor
PS003
Paper-out sensor
J003-3
-1
-2
J211-1
-3
-2
J004-3
-1
-2
J211-4
-6
-5
Control the laser diode.
+5V
/PISNS
"L" when the leading edge of the
paper is detected.
+5V
PAPERSNS
"L" when paper is present in
the multi-purpose tray or the
manual feed slot.
PS201
"L" when paper
Paper delivery
is detected.
sensor
Figure 2-2-2
2-6
Video signals
CHAPTER 2
Engine controller PCB
SW101
J101-1
AC power
input
AC power input
-2
Thermal
fuse
Fixing film unit
Fixing heater
H701
J102-1
NEUTRAL
FU701
-2
Thermistor
Fixing heater
temperature TH701
detection
EP-22 Cartridge
J009-2
J008-2
J206-1
-1
-1
-2
J304
J301
HOT
FSRTH Fixing heater temperature
detection signal
PR
Primary high-voltage output
DV
Developing bias output
TR
Transfer high-voltage output
J303
Transfer charging
roller
J302
+24V
J204-1
Pick-up solenoid SL001
-2
CPUD "L" to rotate the pick-up roller.
SW201
Test print switch
SW301
Door open
detection switch
Figure 2-2-3
2-7
CHAPTER 2
B. Fixing Control Circuit
1. Fixing temperature control
A plate-shaped fixing heater is installed in the fixing film unit to heat the fixing film.
The fixing heater temperature is detected by the thermistor (TH701) on the fixing heater. As
the temperature of the fixing heater rises, the resistance of TH701 drops, and the voltage of the
FIXING HEATER TEMPERATURE DETECTION signal (FSRTH) decreases.
The CPU (IC201) on the engine controller PCB outputs the FIXING HEATER DRIVE signal
(FSRD) based on the FSRTH signal voltage to bring the fixing heater temperature within the
specified value.
The fixing heater temperature is controlled in three modes:
1) Initial temperature control: The fixing heater temperature is increased to its normal target
temperature value after the pick-up command is input to the engine controller.
2) Normal temperature control: The fixing heater temperature is controlled to be its normal target temperature value during printing.
3) Between-page temperature control: The fixing heater temperature is controlled at low temperature to prevent the temperature rise at the non-feeding areas between pages on the fixing film.
Engine controller PCB
FU101
J102-1
RL101
+24V
INL101
J102-2
Fixing film unit
Fixing heater safety circuit
+3.3V
IC201
CPU
+3.3V
+3.3V
+24V
IC302
38
J206-1
FSRTH
35
Fixing heater
(H701)
J206-2
/RLYD
FSRD
Figure 2-2-4
2-8
(TH701)
Thermistor
Pressure roller
+3.3V
27
Thermal fuse
(FU701)
SSR101
CHAPTER 2
2. Fixing heater safety circuit
This circuit is located on the engine controller PCB and always monitors the abnormal rise of
the fixing temperature.
When the output voltage from the thermistor falls below about 0.6V (240°C) due to the elevation of the fixing heater temperature, the output of the comparator (IC302) becomes “L” and
the relay (RL101) goes OFF to cut off the power to the fixing heater.
3. Protection function
The printer has the following three protective functions to prevent excursion of the fixing heater.
◆ The CPU monitors the voltage of TH701. When an abnormality is detected, the CPU assesses a fixing heater failure and then sets the FIXING HEATER DRIVE signal (FSRD) to “L” and
the /RLYD signal to “H” to turn OFF the relay (RL101). At the same time, it notifies the interface controller of the failure.
◆ When the fixing heater temperature rises abnormally and the temperature of the thermal
fuse exceeds 240°C, the thermal fuse melts and the power to the fixing heater is cut off.
◆ When the fixing temperature rises abnormally and the voltage of TH701 falls below about
0.6V (240°C equivalent), the fixing heater safety circuit cuts off the power to the fixing heater
regardless of the output from the CPU.
4. Detecting fixing heater error
The CPU assesses a fixing heater failure and notifies the interface controller of the failure under
the following conditions.
a. The temperature of 20°C or above is not detected within 500 msec after the start of initial
temperature control.
b. The temperature remains above 220°C for more than the specified period of time during fixing heater temperature control.
c. The temperature of 100°C or above is not detected when the power is supplied for the specified period of time during printing or warming up.
d. The fixing heater temperature control is performed for 500 msec when the power is turned
ON. During this period, the temperature is monitored every 135 msec. The monitored temperature is below 20°C twice in a row.
e. The fixing heater temperature falls below 100°C for the specified period of time during the
normal temperature control.
Note:
The fixing film may be damaged if it is rotated at a temperature of 100°C or below due
to the high oil viscosity. Therefore, the temperature of the fixing heater is required to be
above 100°C to melt the oil.
When a fixing unit failure is assessed, the CPU performs the following operations:
1) Cuts off the power to the fixing heater.
2) Turns off the relay.
3) Immediately stops driving the main motor, scanner motor, and high-voltage system and sets
the printer to the error mode regardless of the presence or absence of paper being printed.
2-9
CHAPTER 2
C. High-voltage Power Supply Circuit
1. Outline
Engine controller PCB
IC201
CPU
Primary high voltage circuit
31
28
PRDCC
CRGSNS
IC302
DC voltage
generation
circuit
Combined
FG J305
Primary charging roller
Photosensitive drum
PR J304
AC voltage
generation
circuit
J303
Power operational amplifier
29
32
33
37
Transfer
charging roller
Developing bias circuit
30 PRACC
DC voltage
generation
circuit
Combined
AC voltage
generation
circuit
DVACC
Transfer voltage circuit
Positive
voltage
generation
circuit
TRPWM
Developing cylinder
Pressure roller
Fixing film unit
J301
DV
TR
J302
Negative
voltage
generation
circuit
TRNFOT
TRCRNT
IC302
Figure 2-2-5
This circuit applies the combined voltage of the DC voltage and AC voltage to the primary charging roller and developing cylinder, and also applies the positive or negative DC voltage to the
transfer charging roller, according to the instructions sent from the microcomputer (CPU) on the
engine controller.
The circuit adjusts the image density by changing the primary high-voltage (DC) and the
developing bias according to the image density data sent from the interface controller.
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2. Operation
a. Generation of voltage applied to primary charging roller
When the pick-up command is sent from the interface controller, the INITIAL ROTATION period
(INTR) starts, and the PRIMARY HIGH VOLTAGE (AC) DRIVE signal (PRACC) is input to the primary high-voltage circuit via the power operational amplifier. The PRIMARY HIGH-VOLTAGE
(DC) DRIVE signal (PRDCC) sent from the CPU is input to the primary high-voltage circuit. As
a result, the combined primary high-voltage of the AC bias and the DC bias is applied to the primary charging roller.
The IC302 compares the primary high-voltage (DC) with the PRIMARY HIGH-VOLTAGE (DC)
DRIVE signal (PRDCC) sent from the CPU to control the voltage value of the primary high-voltage (DC).
When the cartridge is installed, a current flows into the J304. Whether the cartridge is
installed or not can be detected by detecting the current with the CRGSNS.
b. Generation of developing bias
The DEVELOPING BIAS (AC) DRIVE signal(DVACC) is input to the developing bias circuit via the
power operational amplifier. The constant developing DC bias is generated in the DC generation
circuit on the developing bias circuit. As a result, the combined voltage of the developing AC
bias and the DC bias is applied to the developing cylinder.
c. Generation of voltage applied to transfer charging roller
The negative bias, print bias, and between-page bias are applied to the transfer charging roller
according to each print sequence.
The negative bias (negative voltage) is applied to the transfer charging roller with the specified timing in order to clean the roller by removing the toner adhered to the roller onto the photosensitive drum.
The print bias (positive voltage) is applied to the transfer charging roller in order to transfer
the toner on the photosensitive drum onto the paper.
The between-page bias (positive voltage lower than the print bias) is applied with the specified timing to prevent the residual toner on the photosensitive drum from adhering to the transfer charging roller.
When the pick-up command is sent from the interface controller, the INITIAL ROTATION period (INTR) starts. At the same time, the CPU outputs the TRANSFER NEGATIVE VOLTAGE
DRIVE signal (TRNFOT), and the negative bias is applied to the transfer charging roller for the
specified period of time in order to clean the roller.
During the print sequence, the CPU outputs the TRANSFER POSITIVE VOLTAGE DRIVE signal (TRPWM), and the print bias is applied to the transfer roller. The between-page bias is
applied to the roller between pages.
After the end of printing, the negative bias is reapplied to clean the transfer charging roller.
d. Generation of fixing bias
The CPU outputs the PRIMARY HIGH-VOLTAGE (DC) DRIVE signal (PRDCC), and the primary
DC bias is output from the DC generation circuit on the primary high-voltage circuit. At the
same time, the fixing bias and the negative DC voltage are applied to the pressure roller.
e. Cartridge detection
When the PRIMARY HIGH-VOLTAGE (AC) DRIVE signal (PRACC) is output from the CPU and the
primary AC bias is output from the AC generation circuit on the primary high-voltage circuit,
the primary high-voltage circuit feeds back the CARTRIDGE DETECTION signal (CRGSNS) to the
CPU.
The CPU checks the voltage of the CRGSNS signal when the primary AC bias is output during WAIT period in order to detect the presence/absence of the cartridge.
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D. Low-voltage Power Supply Circuit
1. Outline
The AC voltage input from the inlet is converted to the DC voltage in the rectification circuit,
transformer, and power supply circuits, and then supplied to the printer as +24VDC, +5VDC,
and +3.3VDC.
When the cartridge door is opened, the door switch (SW301) is turned OFF and the +24VU
supplied to the high-voltage circuit is cut OFF. At the same time, the DOSNS signal becomes
“L”, and the CPU detects that the cartridge door is open and stops the printer.
The AC voltage is supplied to the fixing heater via the fuse (FU101), noise filter, relay, and
triac.
+3.3VDC is supplied to the ICs on the engine controller PCB, BD PCB, and interface controller
PCB.
+5VDC is supplied to the ICs on the engine controller PCB, laser/scanner driver PCB, interface controller PCB, and sensors.
+24VDC is supplied to the high-voltage power supply circuit, main motor, scanner motor, and
solenoids.
Inlet
Engine Controller PCB
Fuse
(FU101)
Surge absorber
Noise
filter
Relay
Triac
Fuse
(FU102:100/127V only)
DOSNS
Noise
filter
CPU
Rectification
circuit
+24V
power
supply
circuit
Control IC
(IC501)
Fixing heater
Door switch
(SW301)
+24V
Transformer
(T501)
+24VU
High-voltage
power supply
circuit
Main
motor
drive
circuit
+24V
+24V
Overvoltage
detection
circuit
Overcurrent
detection
circuit
Solenoid
+24V
+5V
+3.3V
Laser/scanner
unit
+3.3V
Interface
controller
PCB
+24V
+5V
power
supply
circuit
+5V
+5V
+5V
+5V
+3.3V
power
supply
circuit
Figure 2-2-6
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Main motor
Sensors
Sensor
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2. Protective function
The power supply circuits of +24VDC and +5VDC are equipped with overcurrent/overvoltage
protective functions. These protective functions automatically shut off the output voltage to protect the circuits when overcurrent or abnormal voltage results from troubles such as a short on
load. When these protective functions are activated and no DC voltage is output from the power
supply circuits, turn OFF the power, rectify the troubles on the loads, and then turn ON the
power again.
Wait about two minutes after turning OFF the power before turning it ON again.
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E. Video Interface
1. Outline
Unlike the conventional video interface, which uses an individual signal line for each signal
exchanged between the interface controller and engine controller, this printer uses command
status.
This section describes the kinds of interface signals between the engine controller and interface controller, and gives information of the sequence of printer operation using the interface signals.
a. System diagram
External device (host computer, etc.)
Interface controller
Video interface signal
(see Figure 2-2-8)
Printer
Engine controller
BD INPUT
signal
(/BDI)
VIDEO
signal
(VDO)
LASER
CONTROL
signal
(CNT0)
VIDEO
signal
(/VDO)
BD PCB
LASER
CONTROL
signal
(CNT1)
Laser driver
Figure 2-2-7
b. Video interface signals
/BD
/RESET
/SC
Interface controller
/SCLK
/VDO
VDO
Figure 2-2-8
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Engine controller
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2. Operation
When the power is switched ON, the printer enters the WAIT mode.
When the printer is ready for operation after the WAIT period, the engine controller sends the
ready status to the interface controller to notify that the printer is ready.
On receiving the ready status, the interface controller sends the pick-up command to the
engine controller.
When the engine controller receives the pick-up command, it starts the operation of the initial rotations (INTR) sequence.
When the paper is picked up and the engine controller detects that the paper has reached the
specified position, it starts sending the /BD signal to the interface controller.
When the interface controller receives the /BD signal sent from the engine controller, it sends
the VIDEO signals (/VDO, VDO) synchronized with the /BD signal to the laser driver via the
engine controller.
The engine controller generates LASER CONTROL signals (CNT0, CNT1) and sends them to
the laser driver.
The laser diode emits the laser beam when the /VDO signal is “L”, CNT0 signal is “H”, and
CNT1 signal is “L.” The laser beam emitted from the laser diode is scanned by the scanning mirror to form a latent image on the photosensitive drum.
The latent image on the photosensitive drum is transferred onto the plain paper through the
electrophotographic process and then delivered to the face up delivery slot.
The STATUS COMMAND signal (/SC) is a bi-directional signal for serial data exchange
between the interface controller and engine controller.
The interface controller uses the /SC signal to send the 16 bit serial data as a command to
the engine controller. On receiving the command from the interface controller, the engine controller uses the/SC signal to send back the 16 bit serial data as a status.
The command and status sent from the interface controller and the engine controller respectively are synchronized with the SYNCHRONIZE CLOCK signal (/SCLK) output from the interface controller. When the interface controller initiates the communication with the engine controller, the interface controller outputs the data to the /SC signal synchronizing it with the
falling edge of the /SCLK signal, and the engine controller inputs the data to the /SC signal synchronizing it with the rising edge of the /SCLK signal. When the engine controller initiates the
communication with the interface controller, the engine controller outputs the data to the /SC
signal synchronizing it with the falling edge of the /SCLK signal, and the interface controller
inputs the data to the /SC signal synchronizing it with the rising edge of the /SCLK signal.
The interface controller can perform the software reset on the engine controller by keeping
the /SCLK signal “L” for 2 seconds. The /RESET signal is used to initialize the interface controller at the power-ON. The signal is sent to the interface controller from the engine controller.
3. Cleaning page
This printer can execute the cleaning page sequence with the command sent from the interface controller. The cleaning page cleans the pressure roller.
On receiving the cleaning page execution command from the interface controller, the engine
controller conducts the paper pick-up operation. Then, the engine controller adjusts the fixing
temperature at 200°C and feeds the paper 4mm at a time by step driving the main motor. This
cleans the pressure roller by fusing the toner adhered to the pressure roller onto the paper.
Note:
The paper used for cleaning the pressure roller must be the maximum size used by the
user in horizontal direction and 240mm or more in the vertical direction (feed direction).
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III. LASER/SCANNER SYSTEM
A. Outline
The microcomputer (CPU:201) on the engine controller sends the LASER CONTROL signals
(CNT0, CNT1) to the laser driver (IC801) on the laser driver PCB. The VIDEO signals (/VDO,
VDO) from the interface controller are sent to the laser driver (IC801) on the laser driver PCB
through the engine controller.
The laser driver (IC801) emits the laser beam according to these signals sent from the engine
controller and interface controller.
The laser beam emitted form the laser diode passes though collimator lens and cylindrical
lens, and then strikes the four-faced scanning mirror rotating at a constant speed.
The beam reflected from the four-faced scanning mirror passes through focusing lens and is
reflected onto the photosensitive drum.
When the photosensitive drum rotates, and at the same time, the laser beam scans across its
surface at a constant speed, the laser beam forms an latent image on the drum surface.
Interface controller PCB
/BD /VDO,VDO
Engine controller PCB
/DEC
/ACC
Four-faced
scanning
mirror
CNT1 /BDI
CNT0
Cylindrical
lens
Laser
unit
Scanner motor
BD sensor
Focusing lens
Reflecting mirror
Photosensitive drum
Figure 2-3-1
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B. Laser Control Circuit
1. Outline
Engine controller PCB
Laser driver PCB
IC201
/BDI
J208F-11
J801F-2
BD sensor
+3.3V
J208F-12
J801F-1
J208F-5
J801F-8
+5V
IC801
CPU
J208F-6
J801F-7
Comparator
(photodiode)
CNT0
PD
J801F-3
J208F-9
LD
CNT1
J208F-9
VDO
/VDO
J801F-4
Logic
circuit
J201-7
J201-8
J208F-7
J208F-8
(laser diode)
Sample
hold
circuit
C803
J801F-6
J801F-5
Drive
circuit
Figure 2-3-2
The CPU controls the following four modes: standby, APC emitting, masking and unmasking.
They are controlled by the LASER CONTROL signals (CNT0, CNT1) sent to the laser driver
(IC801) on the laser driver PCB.
When both CNT0 and CNT1 signals are "L", the laser driver enters the standby mode to reset
the laser driver PCB.
When CNT0 and CNT1 signals are "L" and "H" respectively, the laser driver enters the APC
emitting mode to make the laser diode emit the laser beam. The laser driver also performs the
Auto Power Control, stated in the following section.
When both CNT0 and CNT1 signals are "H", the laser driver enters the masking mode.
Regardless the VIDEO signals (VDO, /VDO), the laser driver prohibits the laser diode from emitting the laser beam.
When CNT0 and CNT1 signals are "H" and "L" respectively, the laser driver enters the
unmasking mode to turn the laser ON/OFF according to the VDO, /VDO signals from the interface controller.
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2. Laser diode automatic power control
The laser diode automatic power control (APC) is performed by the IC801 to make the laser diode
emit the laser beam at a constant intensity. The APC is performed prior to the image formation
(Initial APC) and between lines (between line APC).
When the CNT0 and CNT1 input to the IC801 from the CPU are “L” and “H” respectively, the
sample hold circuit on the IC801 enters the sample mode (mode in which the APC is performed).
At the same time, the laser diode (LD) emits the laser beam.
The intensity of the laser beam emitted from the laser diode is detected by the photo diode
(PD) and is fed back to the sample hold circuit on the IC801.
The IC801 controls the output current of the drive circuit to make the fed back laser intensity become equal to the target laser intensity set in the IC801.
After a specified period of time, when the CNT0 becomes “H”, the laser diode is turned OFF
compulsively and the sample hold circuit enters the hold mode. The IC801 converts the controlled laser intensity to voltage and stores it in the C803.
3. Horizontal sync control
The CPU controls the horizontal sync control based on the HORIZONTAL SYNC INPUT signal
(/BDI) sent from the BD sensor in the laser scanner.
The CPU turns CNT0 and CNT1 into "L" and "H" respectively, and the laser diode emits the
laser beam at the specified timing based on the /BDI signal.
The laser beam passes through collimator lens and cylindrical lens. Then the laser beam is
scanned by the four-faced mirror to pass through the BD lens on the scanning line and enters
the BD sensor.
When the BD sensor detects the laser beam, the BD sensor generates the HORIZONTAL SYNC
signal (/BD) based on the /BDI signal to send it to the interface controller.
4. Image masking control
The CPU performs the image masking control in order to prevent laser beam emission in the
non-image area other than the unblanking period.
The laser beam emission enable period of the laser diode is controlled by masking the /VDO
and VDO with CNT0 and CNT1 in the logic circuit on the IC801.
The CPU sets the CNT0 and CNT1 “H” in the image masking area other than the unblanking
period so that the laser diode will not be turned ON/OFF when the /VDO and VDO are sent to
the IC801 from the interface controller.
In image unmasking area, the IC801 turns ON/OFF the laser diode based on the /VDO and
VDO by setting CNT0 “H” and CNT1 “L.”
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/BD
Unmasking
area
0 mm
T2
1 mm
T1
/BD
Unmasking
area
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1 mm
1 mm
Figure 2-3-3
Notes: 1. The shaded area indicates the area where the laser beam can write.
2. T1 is the range 1mm toward the center from the right and left sides of the Letter size
regardless of the paper size specification.
3. T2 is the range 1mm toward the center from the leading edge of the paper (start of
/BD output) to the trailing edge of the paper. When the number of /BD pulse lines
(number of scan lines) is specified with a scan line number specification command
from the interface controller, the trailing edge of the T2 is where the /BD output for
the specified number of scan lines completes. When the number of scan lines is not
specified, the trailing edge of the T2 is where the paper top sensor (PS002) detects the
trailing edge of the paper.
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C. Scanner System
The scanner motor control circuit is shown below.
Engine controller PCB
Laser/scanner unit
+3.3V
/BDI
J208F-11
J801F-2
BD sensor
CPU
+24VA
/ACC 4
Frequency
comparator /DEC 3
+24VA
J208-4
J802-1
J208-3 /ACC
J802-2
J208-2 /DEC J802-3
J208-1
Scanner driver IC
Integration
circuit
Drive
circuit
J802-4
Standard
clock
X1 55 X201
Oscillator
Scanner motor
X0 56
M
IC201
Figure 2-3-4
The scanner motor is a 3-phase brushless motor with built in hall element and is in a unit
with the scanner motor drive circuit.
When the printer is turned ON, the CPU (IC201) divides the oscillation frequency of the crystal oscillator (X201) and generates the reference clock.
When a pick-up command is sent from the interface controller, the CPU forces the scanner
to accelerate by turning the SCANNER MOTOR ACCELERATION signal (/ACC) to "L" and the
SCANNER MOTOR DECELERATION signal (/DEC) to "H" for 0.2 seconds.
The CPU makes the laser diode emit the laser to obtain the HORIZONTAL SYNC INPUT signal (/BDI) form the BD sensor in proportion to the number of the scanner motor rotation.
Then the CPU compares the /BDI signal frequency with the reference frequency with a frequency comparator in the CPU. In order to generate the specified number of the scanner motor
rotation, the CPU controls the rotation by outputting the /ACC signal and the /DEC signal. In
1.5 seconds after the number of the scanner motor rotation reaches the specified value, the
scanner becomes ready.
The CPU monitors the /BDI signal sent from the BD PCB to determine whether the scanner
motor is rotating at the specified value of the rotation.
When the scanner motor is rotating at the specified value, the laser beam reflected from the
four-faced mirror scans onto the photosensitive drum at a constant speed.
In order to stop the scanner motor, the CPU turns the /ACC signal to "H", and the /DEC signal to "L".
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The CPU detects the following failures and error by monitoring /BDI sent from the BD sensor, and reports it to the interface controller.
1) Scanner failure
The CPU assesses a scanner failure when the /BDI cycle does not reach the specified value
within 3.5 seconds after the completion of the initial forced acceleration.
2) BD failure
The CPU assesses a BD failure when the /BDI is not detected within 0.1 seconds after completion of scanner motor forced acceleration or when the detected /BDI cycle is not equal to
the specified value for 2 continuous seconds or more after the scanner has become ready.
3) BD error
The CPU assesses a BD error when the /BDI is not detected at the specified cycle while the
/BD is output to the interface controller from the engine controller.
The CPU does not report the BD error to the interface controller if a door open is detected
within 0.2 seconds after detection of the BD error.
The CPU cancels the BD error when a scanner failure or BD failure is detected after detection of the BD error.
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IV. IMAGE FORMATION SYSTEM
A. Outline
The image formation system is the main part of the printer, and consists of the photosensitive
drum, developing unit, charging roller, etc.
When a pick-up command is sent from the interface controller to the engine controller, the
engine controller drives the main motor to rotate the photosensitive drum, developing cylinder,
primary charging roller, and transfer charging roller.
The primary charging roller uniformly applies negative charge to the surface of the photosensitive drum. To form the latent image with the laser diode on the photosensitive drum, the
laser beam modulated by the VIDEO signal is illuminated on the photosensitive drum surface.
The latent image formed on the photosensitive drum is changed to a visible image by the toner
on the developing cylinder and then transferred onto the paper by the transfer charging roller.
The residual toner on the photosensitive drum surface is scraped down with the cleaning blade.
The potential on the drum is made uniform by the primary charging roller in preparation for a
new latent image.
Laser beam
Photosensitive drum
Developing cylinder
Primary charging roller
Transfer charging roller
PR
/VDO
Interface
controller
PCB
VDO
Engine
controller
PCB
DV
Figure 2-4-1
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B. Print Process
The major portion of the image formation system is contained in a cartridge as shown in Figure
2-4-2.
Laser beam
Primary charging roller
Cartridge
Blade
Cleaning blade
Photosensitive drum
Developing cylinder
Static charge eliminator
Transfer charging roller
Figure 2-4-2
The cartridge used by the printer has a seamless photosensitive drum with the structure
shown in Figure 2-4-3.
The seamless drum consists of an external organic photoconductive layer (OPC) and an internal aluminum substrate.
Photoconductive
layer
Substrate
Figure 2-4-3
The printing process can be divided into five major stages.
1. Electrostatic latent image formation stage
Step 1: Primary charging (-)
Step 2: Scanning exposure
2. Developing stage
Step 3: Development
3. Transfer stage
Step 4: Transfer (+)
Step 5: Separation
4. Fixing stage
Step 6: Fixing
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Drum cleaning stage
Step 7: Drum cleaning
Electrostatic latent image formation stage
Flow of paper
2. Scanning exposure
1. Primary charging
Developing stage
3. Developing
Drum cleaning
stage
Paper delivery
7. Drum cleaning
Multi-purpose tray
Direction of drum rotation
Manual feed slot
5.
Fixing stage
5. Separation
4. Transfer
6. Fixing
Transfer stage
Figure 2-4-4
1. Electrostatic latent image formation stage
This stage has two steps which form an electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive drum.
At the end of this stage, negative charge remains in the unexposed dark areas, while negative
charge is removed by the laser beam to form light areas.
Since this image of negative charges on the drum is invisible to eyes, it is called an electrostatic latent image.
Time (t)
Surface electric
potential (V)
0
-100
Light
area
-500
Dark
area
Primary
charging
(step 1)
Scanning
exposure
(step 2)
Transfer
(step 4)
Figure 2-4-5
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Primary
charging
(step 1)
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Step 1: Primary charging
Primary charging
roller
AC bias
Photosensitive drum
DC bias
Figure 2-4-6
For preparation of latent image formation, a uniform negative potential is applied to the photosensitive drum surface. This printer performs primary charge by the method that directly
charges the photosensitive drum.
The primary charging roller consists of semiconductive rubber. In addition to DC bias, AC
bias is applied to the primary charging roller to keep the potential on the drum surface uniform.
The DC bias changes with the developing DC bias that changes according to the IMAGE DENSITY DATA signal from the interface controller.
This direct charging method has advantages such as the lower applied voltage and almost no
ozone generation over the conventional corona charging method.
Step 2: Scanning exposure
When the laser beam scans surface of the photosensitive drum, charges on the light area are
neutralized to form an electrostatic latent image.
Laser beam
Dark area
Light area
Figure 2-4-7
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2. Developing stage
The toner is applied to the electrostatic latent image on the surface of the photosensitive drum
to form a visible image. This printer performs the toner projection development with a singlecomponent toner.
Step 3: Development
Stirrer
Blade
Photosensitive
drum
AC bias
Developing cylinder
DC bias
Figure 2-4-8
Note:
Charges in the exposed areas of the photosensitive drum are shown as positive in this
figure, even though they are actually negative. It means that the photosensitive drum
potential is higher as compared with that of cylinder.
As shown in Figure 2-4-8, the developing unit consists of a developing cylinder and rubber
blade. The developing cylinder consists of a fixed magnet and a cylinder which rotates around
the magnet.
The single-component toner mainly consists of magnetite and resin binder and is held to the
cylinder by magnetic attraction. The toner functions as an insulator, and acquires a negative
charge by friction due to the rotating cylinder.
The areas on the drum that were exposed to the laser beam have a higher potential (are less
negative) than the negatively charged toner particles on the developing cylinder. When these
areas approach the toner layer of the cylinder (with negative charges), the potential difference
(higher on the drum) projects the toner particles to them.
This is called toner projection development, which makes the latent image on the drum visible.
Developing cylinder
surface potential
Drum surface
potential
(Light area)
Voltage (V)
+V
0
DC bias
-V
Time (t)
Figure 2-4-9
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Drum surface
potential
(Dark area)
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An AC bias is applied to the developing cylinder to help project the toner particles to the drum
surface and improve the contrast of the printed image. The center voltage of the AC bias (1460
Vp-p) varies with the developing DC bias.
This printer changes the developing DC bias according to the IMAGE DENSITY DATA signal
sent from the interface controller. The changes in the developing DC bias change the potential
difference between the cylinder and drum so that the density of the print can be adjusted.
3. Transfer stage
In the transfer stage, the toner image is transferred from the drum surface onto the paper.
Step 4: Transfer
Photosensitive
drum
Paper
Transfer charging roller
Figure 2-4-10
Positive charges are applied to the back of the paper to attract the negatively charged toner
particles to the paper.
Step 5: Separation
Photosensitive
drum
Paper
Static charge
eliminator
Transfer charging roller
Figure 2-4-11
The elasticity of the paper causes it to separate from the drum. (curvature separation)
To stabilize the paper feed system and to prevent droplets on the printed image at low temperature and low humidity, the charge on the back of the paper is reduced by the static charge
eliminator after transfer.
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4. Fixing stage
As the toner image transferred onto the paper in the transfer stage is held to the paper only by
the static electricity, even a light touch will smear the image.
The toner particles are fused to the paper to make an permanent image by applying pressure
and heat to the paper and the toner.
Step 6: Fixing
Fixing film
Fixing film
Toner
Fixing heater
Toner
Paper
Pressure roller
Paper
Pressure roller
Figure 2-4-12
As the toner particles transferred onto the paper are held to the paper by the positive charge
applied to the back of the paper, they may be dispersed at fixing.
This printer applies the negative DC voltage to the fixing film via the pressure roller shaft.
The negative charge is applied to the paper surface by the fixing film before the paper reaches
the fixing heater. This improves the adhesion force of the toner particles to the paper and prevents dispersion of the toner particles.
This printer utilizes an on-demand method which uses fixing film with small heat capacity.
This method can heat the roller quickly and does not require the power supply to the fixing
heater at standby mode. Therefore, the wait time is reduced to eight seconds or less, and the
energy can be saved.
The fixing film is a cylindrical polyimide film. The surface is coated with fluorine to prevent
offset.
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5. Photosensitive drum cleaning stage
The photosensitive drum cleaning stage is to clean the photosensitive drum surface in preparation for the next print operation to obtain crisp image.
Step 7: Photosensitive drum cleaning
Cleaner container
Cleaning blade
Photosensitive
drum
Sweeper strip
Figure 2-4-13
Prior to the next printing, the residual toner on the drum surface is scraped away by the
cleaning blade to clean the drum surface. The removed toner is collected into the cleaner container.
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V. PICK-UP/FEED SYSTEM
A. Outline
The printer is equipped with two pick-up sources, the multi-purpose tray and the manual feed
slot.
Whether or not the multi-purpose tray and the manual feed slot are loaded with paper is
detected by the paper-out sensor (PS003).
The main motor (M001) starts rotating in about 0.5 seconds after the engine controller
receives a pick-up command from the interface controller.
When the printer enters the initial rotation ready mode (See Note), the pick-up solenoid
(SL001) is turned ON for 0.5 seconds. The pick-up roller is rotated by the transmitted rotational force of the main motor, and the pick-up cam rotates with the roller. When the claw of
the pick-up cam is unhooked from the lifting plate, the plate is lifted with the spring force. A
sheet of the paper pushed up by the lifting plate is picked up by the pick-up roller and transferred into the printer. The paper pick-up timing is the same for the multi-purpose tray and the
manual feed slot. If the both pick-up sources are loaded with paper, priority is given to the manual feed slot.
Multipurpose
tray
Manual
feed slot
SL001
Face-down
delivery
Fixing
unit
Deflector
Face-up
delivery
Photosensitive
drum
PS001
PS002
➁
PS201
Fixing
unit
delivery
roller
➂
Transfer
charging
roller
Feed roller
Main
motor
M001
Figure 2-5-1
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➃
Pick-up
roller
Face-down
delivery
roller
PAPER-OUT SENSOR signal
(PAPERSNS)
PICK-UP SOLENOID DRIVE
signal (CPUD)
PAPER TOP SENSOR signal
(/PISNS)
➀ : Paper-out sensor
➁ : Paper top sensor
➂ : Paper delivery sensor
➃ : Pick-up solenoid
MAIN MOTOR DRIVE signal
(MA, /MA, MB, /MB)
PAPER DELIVERY SENSOR
signal (POSNS)
Engine Controller PCB
➀
Lifting
plate
CHAPTER 2
In the specified period of time after the paper reaches the paper top sensor (PS002), the
engine controller sends the /BD signal to the interface controller. The interface controller sends
the VIDEO signal to the engine controller based on the /BD signal to form an image on the photosensitive drum. As a result, the leading edge of the image matches with the leading edge of
the paper. The paper is transferred to the face-up delivery slot or to the face-down tray through
the transfer unit, separation unit, fixing unit, and delivery unit.
When the delivery switching lever is up, the paper is delivered to the face-down tray, and
when the lever is down, to the face-up delivery slot.
There are two photointerrupters (PS002 and PS201) in the paper path to detect paper.
If the paper does not reach or pass each sensor within the specified period of time, the CPU
on the engine controller assumes paper jam has occurred and notifies the interface controller of
the jam.
Since this printer loads paper from the top, a few papers or a curled paper may not be picked
up. The printer has a pick-up retry function. If the paper top sensor cannot detect the leading
edge of paper within the specified period of time after the pick-up solenoid turns ON, the printer does not assume it as a jam and tries to pick up the paper again. The printer performs this
pick-up retry function up to twice. If the paper top sensor cannot detect the leading edge of the
paper within the specified period of time in the third trial, the printer assumes that a paper pickup delay jam has occurred.
Note:
Initial rotation ready
The state in which the main motor is rotating and the fixing unit temperature has
reached the specified value in a specified period of time after the start of main motor
rotation.
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B. Jam Detection
The following paper sensors are provided to detect whether paper is present and whether the
paper is fed correctly:
• Paper top sensor (PS002)
• Paper delivery sensor (PS201)
The CPU determines whether paper jam has occurred by checking for the presence of paper
in the sensor at the timing stored in the CPU.
If the CPU determines that a jam has occurred, it stops the print operation and notifies the
jam to the interface controller.
1. Pick-up delay jam
The CPU assesses a pick-up delay jam if the paper does not reach the paper top sensor (PS002)
after the pick-up solenoid (SL001) has been turned ON three times within 7.9 seconds (includes
two pick-up retry operations.)
2. Pick-up stationary jam
The CPU assesses a pick-up stationary jam if the paper top sensor (PS002) cannot detect the
trailing edge of the paper within 7.8 seconds after detecting the leading edge of the paper.
3. Delivery delay jam
The CPU assesses a delivery delay jam if the paper delivery sensor (PS201) cannot detect the
leading edge of the paper within 3.2 seconds after the paper top sensor (PS002) detects the leading edge of the paper.
4. Wrapping jam
The CPU assesses a wrapping jam if the paper delivery sensor (PS201) detects the trailing edge
of the paper within 2.4 seconds after the paper top sensor (PS002) detects the trailing edge of
the paper.
5. Delivery stationary jam
The CPU assesses a delivery stationary jam if the paper delivery sensor (PS201) detects the paper
for 3 seconds after the paper top sensor (PS002) detects the trailing edge of the paper.
6. Initial residual paper jam
The CPU assesses an initial residual paper jam if the paper delivery sensor (PS201) or the paper
top sensor (PS002) detects paper in the initial rotation period.
Note:
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Automatic paper delivery
When the paper top sensor detects paper after the power-ON or the soft reset by the
video interface, the paper is delivered automatically. After the paper is delivered out of
the printer, the printer becomes ready to print.
When the paper top sensor detects paper prior to the paper pick-up operation after a
pick-up command has been output, the printer immediately stops supplying the highvoltage and driving laser/scanner unit and fixing unit, and then delivers the paper out
of the printer.
CHAPTER 2
VI. VIDEO CONTROL SYSTEM
A. Interface Controller PCB
1. Outline
The interface controller receives print information from external devices such as host computers through interface cables.
Print information described above is dot data converted from print data, corresponding to the
resource type, in the host computer.
The dot data is then passed to the engine controller to control the laser diode emitting.
The external devices can check the printer status using bi-directional interface.
The location of the interface controller is shown in Figure 2-6-1, and the block diagram in
Figure 2-6-2.
2. Function of Blocks
a. CPU (IC1)
The main functions of CPU (IC1) are:
1) To control the video interface and parallel interface (Centronics specification.)
2) To process the serial commands of the video interface.
b. DRAM (IC2)
DRAM has a memory capacity of 512 KB and stores the following information:
1) Dot data converted from the image data. (Receive buffer)
c. Cellbase IC (IC3)
The main functions of Cellbase (IC3) are:
1) To control the input/output of the DRAM with a built-in interface controller.
2) To control the timing of sending the dot pattern data to the engine controller.
3) To process the image such as smoothing, halftone and so on.
2 - 33
36
18
CHAPTER 2
J1
IC1
IC3
19
1
IC2
2
1
20
19
2
J2
1
J3
Figure 2-6-1
DRAM
SCIN
CPU
RAS_N
WR_N
RAMWR_N
AD[7 .. 0]
MD[7 .. 0]
SCOUT
CAS_N
DRA[9 .. 0]
SCLKIN
RD_N
ALE
CPUCLK
SCLK
BDOUT_N
SC
Cellbase IC
nBD
nRESET
nVDO
nSTROBE
DATA[7 .. 0]
nACK
BUSY
PERROR
SELECT
nAUTOFD
nINTT
nERROER
X'tal
nSELIN
VDO
Bi-Directional Parallel I/F
Figure 2-6-2
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Printer Engine
CPURST_N
CHAPTER 3
THE MECHANICAL SYSTEM
I.
PREFACE.................................. 3-1
V.
II.
EXTERNALS ............................. 3-2
VI. MOTOR/SOLENOID .................. 3-17
III. MAIN UNITS ............................. 3-5
VII. PCBs......................................... 3-19
IV.
MAIN PARTS ............................. 3-10
SWITCHES/SENSORS/LEDS ..... 3-15
CHAPTER 3
I. PREFACE
This chapter describes the disassembly and reassembly procedures of the printer.
The service technician is to identify the factor of malfunction according to the “Chapter 4
Troubleshooting” and to replace the defective part(s) following the disassembly procedure of each
part.
Note the following precautions when working on the printer.
1. Remove the toner cartridge when disassembling, reassembling, or transporting the printer.
Removed cartridge must be put in the protective bag to prevent the adverse effect of light.
2.
CAUTION: Before servicing the printer, disconnect its power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Assembly is the reverse of disassembly unless otherwise specified.
4. Note the lengths, diameters, and locations of screws as you remove them. When reassembling the printer, be sure to use them in their original locations.
5. Do not operate the printer with any parts removed.
6. Discharge electrical static from your body by touching the metal frame of the printer prior to
installing the PCB in order to avoid causing damage by the difference in static charge at that
time.
7. Do not place the printer with the drive unit or the laser scanner unit at the bottom.
3-1
CHAPTER 3
II. EXTERNALS
B. External Covers
1. Lobe
1) Unhook the 2 claws and then turn the
lobe (right) in the direction of the arrow
to remove.
A. Locations
➄
➂
➁
➁
➀
➃
➀
➀ Claws
➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
Lobe (right)
Cartridge cover unit
Rear cover
Front cover
Multi-purpose tray
➁ Lobe (right)
Figure 3-2-2
2) Remove the lobe (left) in the same way.
Figure 3-2-1
When cleaning, checking, or repairing
inside the printer, follow the procedures to
remove the covers as required.
3-2
CHAPTER 3
2. Cartridge cover unit
1) Open the cartridge cover unit.
2) Pressing the claw, remove the right arm
from the cartridge cover unit.
4) Unhook the claw with a precision slot
head screw driver, and then remove the
deflector pulling it toward you.
➀
➁
➂
➀
➁
➀ Claw
➀ Claw
➁ Right arm
➂ Cartridge cover unit
Figure 3-2-3
➁ Deflector
Figure 3-2-4
<< Note for reassembly >>
Paper should be delivered face-up when the
delivery switching lever is down.
3) Remove the left arm from the cartridge
cover unit in the same way.
5) Remove the 2 screws, and then slide
the cartridge cover unit in the direction
of the arrow to remove.
➁
➀
➀ Screws
➁ Cartridge cover unit
Figure 3-2-5
3-3
CHAPTER 3
3. Rear cover
1) Remove the right and left lobes.
2) Remove the 2 screws and pull the lower
part of the rear cover to the right and
left. Remove the rear cover by lifting it.
➁
4. Front cover
1) Remove the rear cover
2) Remove the 2 screws and pull the lower
part of the front cover to the right and
left. Remove the front cover by lifting it.
➀
➀
➀ Screws
➁
➁ Rear cover
Figure 3-2-6
➀ Screws
➁ Front cover
Figure 3-2-7
5. Multi-purpose tray
1) Remove the rear cover.
2) Remove the multi-purpose tray.
3-4
CHAPTER 3
III. MAIN UNITS
5) Remove the 2 screws and 2 claws, then
the duct.
A. Laser/Scanner Unit
1) Remove the external covers.
2) Disconnect the connector, and then
remove the cable from the cable guide.
3) Remove the 2 screws, then the display
unit.
➀
➂
➀
➄
➃
➁
➁
➀ Screws
➂ Duct
➁ Claws
➂
Figure 3-3-3
➀ Connector
➂ Cable
➄ Display unit
➁ Cable guides
➃ Screws
6) Remove the sponge.
➀
Figure 3-3-1
4) Remove the 2 screws, then the right
and left covers.
➁
➀ Sponge
Figure 3-3-4
➀
➀ Screws
➁ Covers
<< Note for reassembly >>
Make sure to confirm the sponge attached,
when installing the duct.
Figure 3-3-2
3-5
CHAPTER 3
7) Disconnect the 2 connectors and
remove the 4 screws. Remove the cable
from the cable guides and then the
laser/scanner unit.
➁
B. Drive Unit
1) Remove the external covers.
2) Disconnect the connector from the back
of the printer.
➂
➀
➄
➃
➀
➃
Figure 3-3-5
➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
Connectors
Cable guides
Cable
Screws
Laser/scanner unit
Note:
Figure 3-3-6
➀ Connector
3) Remove the 4 screws and then the drive
unit.
Do not disassemble the laser/scanner unit, as it cannot be adjusted
in the field.
➁
➀
➀ Screws
➁ Drive unit
Figure 3-3-7
3-6
CHAPTER 3
C. Feed Unit
1) Performing the engine controller PCB
removal procedures 1) through 6) on
page 3-21, remove the engine controller
unit.
2) Unhook the 2 claws and remove the 2
gears and the spring.
➁
➀
4) Remove the 2 screws, disconnect the 2
connectors, and then remove the feed
unit.
➀
➁
➀ Screws
➂ Feed unit
➀ Claws
➁ Gears
➂
➁ Connectors
Figure 3-3-10
Figure 3-3-8
3) Pressing the 2 claws, remove the bushing.
➀
➁
➀ Claws
➁ Bushing
Figure 3-3-9
3-7
CHAPTER 3
D. Delivery Unit
1) Open the cartridge cover unit.
2) Pressing the claw, remove the facedown delivery roller holder, and then
slide the face-down delivery roller to the
right to remove.
➂
➀
E.
1)
2)
3)
Fixing Film Unit
Remove the external covers.
Remove the delivery unit.
Make sure that the pressure release
lever is up. Slide the right and left fixing
pressure units inward by pushing down
on them.
➁
➁
➀
➀ Claw
➁ Face-down delivery roller holder
➂ Face-down delivery roller
➀ Pressure release lever
➁ Fixing pressure units
Figure 3-3-13
Figure 3-3-11
3) Remove the 2 screws. Then, slide the
delivery unit to the right to remove.
4) Disconnect the connector.
➁
➀
➀
➀ Screws
➀ Connector
➁ Delivery unit
Figure 3-3-14
Figure 3-3-12
3-8
CHAPTER 3
5) Disconnect the connector and remove
the cable from the cable guides.
6) Remove the fixing film unit.
➂
➃
➀
➁
➂
➃
➁
➀
Connector
Cable guides
Cable
Fixing film unit
Figure 3-3-15
3-9
CHAPTER 3
IV. MAIN PARTS
A. Locations
➁
➀
➂
➃
➀ Pick-up roller
➂ Transfer charging roller
➁ Separation pad
➃ Pressure roller
Figure 3-4-1
3 - 10
CHAPTER 3
B. Pick-up Roller
1) Open the cartridge cover unit.
2) Remove the pick-up roller by pulling
the lower part toward you.
➀
C. Separation Pad
1) Performing the laser/scanner unit
removal procedures 1) through 5) on
page 3-5, remove the duct.
2) Performing the drive unit removal procedures on page 3-6, remove the drive
unit.
3) Remove the claw to slide the pick-up
roller shaft to the left.
➁
➀
➀ Pick-up roller
Figure 3-4-2
➀ Claw
➁ Pick-up roller shaft
Figure 3-4-3
4) Remove the sponge of the laser/scanner unit.
3 - 11
CHAPTER 3
5) Remove the 3 screws and disconnect
the 2 connectors, and then remove the
scanner mounting unit.
7) Moving the lifting plate unit in the
direction of the arrow, remove the separation pad.
➁
➂
➀
➁
➀
➀ Screws
➁ Connectors
➂ Scanner mounting unit
➀ Lifting plate unit ➁ Separation pad
Figure 3-4-6
Figure 3-4-4
8) Remove the spring from the separation
pad.
6) Remove the pad fixture on the back of
the printer by sliding it upward.
➀
➀ Pad fixture
Figure 3-4-5
3 - 12
<< Note for reassembly >>
Make sure to set the spring securely, when
installing the separate pad/lifting plate
unit.
CHAPTER 3
D. Transfer Charging Roller
1) Open the cartridge cover unit.
2) Holding the 2 claws on the left side of
the bushing, lift the transfer charging
roller, and then slide it to the left to
remove.
➀
➁
E. Pressure Roller
1) Performing the drive unit removal procedures on page 3-6, remove the drive
unit.
2) Performing the fixing unit removal procedures on page 3-8, remove the fixing
film unit.
3) Remove the 2 screws and then the fixing entrance guide.
4) Remove the holder.
➀
➀ Bushing
➁ Transfer charging roller
Figure 3-4-7
Note:
Hold the shaft of the transfer
charging roller. Do not hold the
sponge area.
➂
➁
➀ Screws
➁ Fixing entrance guide
➂ Holder
Figure 3-4-8
3 - 13
CHAPTER 3
5) Remove the 2 claws. Remove the fixing
bias contact unit by pulling it toward
you.
➁
➀
➀ Claws
➁ Fixing bias contact unit
Figure 3-4-9
6) Remove the gear. Lift up the right shaft
and slide it to the right to remove the
pressure roller.
➁
➀
➀ Gear
➁ Pressure roller
Figure 3-4-10
3 - 14
CHAPTER 3
V. SWITCHES/SENSORS/LEDS
A. Locations
LED601
PS003
SW101
PS002
SW201
SW301
PS201
SW101: Power switch (Engine controller PCB)
SW201: Test print switch (Engine controller PCB)
SW301: Door open detection switch (Engine controller PCB)
PS002: Paper top sensor
PS003: Paper-out sensor
PS201: Paper delivery sensor (Engine controller PCB)
LED601: Display unit LED (Display PCB)
Figure 3-5-1
3 - 15
CHAPTER 3
B. Paper Top Sensor/Paper-out Sensor
1) Performing the feed unit removal procedures on page 3-7, remove the feed
unit.
2) Remove the paper top sensor or paperout sensor.
➀
➁
➀ Paper top sensor ➁ Paper-out sensor
Figure 3-5-2
C. Power Switch/Test Print
Switch/Door Open Detection
Switch/Paper Delivery Sensor
1) Performing the engine controller PCB
removal procedures on page 3-21,
remove the engine controller PCB.
3 - 16
D. Display Unit LED
1) Performing the display PCB removal
procedures on page 3-23, remove the
display PCB.
CHAPTER 3
VI. MOTOR/SOLENOID
A. Locations
SL001
M001
M001: Main motor
SL001: Pick-up solenoid
Figure 3-6-1
3 - 17
CHAPTER 3
B. Main Motor
1) Performing the drive unit removal procedures on page 3-6, remove the drive
unit.
2) Remove the 2 screws, and then the
main motor.
C. Pick-up Solenoid
1) Performing the drive unit removal procedures on page 3-6, remove the drive
unit.
2) Disconnect the connector from the
engine controller PCB, remove the
screw and then the pick-up solenoid.
➁
➂
➀
➀ Connector
➁ Screw
➂ Pick-up solenoid
Figure 3-6-2
3 - 18
CHAPTER 3
VII. PCBs
A. Locations
➂
➀
➀ Interface controller PCB
➂ Display PCB
➁
➁ Engine controller PCB
Figure 3-7-1
3 - 19
CHAPTER 3
3) Disconnect the 2 connectors and
remove the interface controller unit.
B. Interface Controller PCB
1) Remove the 3 screws
➀
➂
➀
➁
➀ Screws
➀ Connectors
➁ Interface controller unit
➂ Interface controller PCB
Figure 3-7-2
Figure 3-7-4
2) Remove the 3 screws and pull the interface controller unit to place it down.
4) Remove the 4 screws and then the
interface controller PCB.
➁
➀
➀ Screws
➁ Interface controller unit
Figure 3-7-3
3 - 20
<< Note for reassembly >>
Make sure to install each of the two connectors in the right positions when
installing the interface controller unit.
CHAPTER 3
C. Engine controller PCB
1) Remove the external covers.
2) Performing the interface controller PCB
removal procedures 1) through 3) on
page 3-20, remove the interface controller unit.
3) Remove the screw on the left of the
printer, and disconnect the connector.
5) Remove the two screws on the back of
the printer, and disconnect the two connectors.
➁
➀
➀ Screws
➀
➁
➀ Screw
➁ Connectors
Figure 3-7-7
➁ Connector
6) Remove the 2 screws. Pull out the
engine controller unit toward you to
disconnect the 2 connectors on the
engine controller PCB. Remove the
engine controller unit.
Figure 3-7-5
4) Remove the screw on the right of the
printer, and disconnect the connector.
➀
➁
➀
➀ Screw
➁
➀ Screws
➁ Engine controller unit
➁ Connector
Figure 3-7-8
Figure 3-7-6
3 - 21
CHAPTER 3
7) Remove the 5 screws and disconnect
the 3 connectors, and then remove the
engine controller PCB.
➂
➁
➀
a. Fuses
1) Performing the engine controller PCB
removal procedures 1) through 6) on
page 3-21, remove the engine controller
unit.
2) Remove the fuses.
➀
➀ Screws
➁ Connectors
➂ Engine controller PCB
➀ Fuses
Figure 3-7-9
Figure 3-7-10
Note:
Make sure to install each fuse in
the right position, when installing
them.
FU101
No red mark
FU102
With red mark
Figure 3-7-11
3 - 22
CHAPTER 3
D. Display PCB
1) Remove the external covers.
2) Remove the 2 screws, disconnect the
connector, and then remove the display
unit.
➃
➁
➀
➂
➀ Screws
➂ Display unit
➁ Connector
➂ Display PCB
Figure 3-7-12
3) Remove the screw and then the display
PCB.
3 - 23
CHAPTER 4
TROUBLESHOOTING
I.
PREFACE.................................. 4-1
II.
IMAGE DEFECTS ...................... 4-6
III. JAMS TROUBLESHOOTING....... 4-12
IV.
TRANSPORT
TROUBLESHOOTING................. 4-15
V.
MALFUNCTION
TROUBLESHOOTING................. 4-16
VI. MALFUNCTION STATUS
TROUBLESHOOTING................. 4-17
VII. MEASUREMENT AND
ADJUSTMENT........................... 4-20
VIII. MAINTENANCE AND
SERVICING ............................... 4-22
IX. LOCATION OF CONNECTORS.... 4-27
CHAPTER 4
I. PREFACE
A. Malfunction Diagnosis Flowchart
The malfunctions that occur in the printer are mainly classified to five factors; “image defects”,
“jams”, “transport defect”, “malfunction”, and “malfunction status”.
If a malfunction occurred in the printer, the service technician is to identify the factor according to the flowchart and then to rectify the problem according to the action procedures of each
malfunction.
Make sure the following points at the execution of troubleshooting.
•Be sure that the connector has no poor contact when measuring the voltage at the specified terminal of the connector.
•Before handling PCBs, be sure to touch metal part of the printer to discharge static electricity, as it can cause damage to the PCBs.
•The laser/scanner unit cannot be adjusted in the field, so do not attempt to disassemble it.
4-1
CHAPTER 4
Initial check execution
Power ON
No
Displays "READY"?
Yes
Do you make
test print? (Note 1)
Displays "operator call"
or "service call"?
Yes
No
Refer to the item, "malfunction
status troubleshooting"
Yes
Make a test print
Yes
Refer to the item, "paper jams"
Occurs paper jam?
No
Delivers paper
normally?
No
Refer to the item, "paper
transport troubleshooting"
Yes
Occurs image
defect?
(Note 2)
Yes
Refer to the item, "image defects"
No
Displays "operator call"
or "service call"?
Yes
Refer to the item, "malfunction
status troubleshooting"
No
END
Figure 4-1-1
4-2
No
Refer to the item, "malfunction
troubleshooting"
CHAPTER 4
Notes: 1. Before executing a test print, make sure to select the pick-up source and delivery
source that were used when the malfunction occurred according to the information
given by the user.
If the information is not available, make test prints with all feasible combination of
paper source and delivery source in the printer, and find out the factor.
2. The image defect occurred at the user side might not re-occur on its test print. In
this case, make a test print from the external device and infer the factor by the output image. Then, find the factor according to the item, “image defects”.
4-3
CHAPTER 4
B. Initial Check
Check the following items before making a diagnosis of malfunction. If any failure is found, the
service technician is to clear problems and to give instructions to the user.
1. Installation environment
Make sure that the requirements stated below meet when installing the printer.
a. The power supply voltage is ± 10% (100-127V) or from + 6% to - 10% (220-240V) of the rated
voltage.
b. The printer is installed on a level surface.
c. The room temperature is kept between 10°C and 32.5°C, and the relative humidity, between
20% and 80%.
d. Avoid sites generating ammonia gas, areas with high temperature and high humidity (near
water faucet, kettle, humidifier), areas near open flames, and dusty place.
e. Avoid sites exposed to direct sunlight. If unavoidable, advise the customer to hang curtains.
f. The printer is installed at a well-ventilated place.
g. Make sure that the power supply plug is inserted to the printer and the outlet.
2. Paper
Confirm that:
a. Recommended paper is being used.
b. The paper is not moist.
3. Loading paper into the pick-up source
a. The stack of paper loaded into the pick-up source should be within the specified capacity of
the source.
b. The paper is set in the selected pick-up source correctly.
4. Installing the EP-22 cartridge
The EP-22 cartridge should be installed correctly.
5. Condensation
During winter, if the printer is brought from a cold place (such as a warehouse) into a warm
room, condensation will appear inside the printer, causing various problems.
For example:
a. Condensation on a scanner (such as 4-faced scanning mirrors, reflective mirror, and lense)
will cause a light print image.
b. If the photosensitive drum is cold, the electrical resistance will be high, making it impossible to obtain correct contrast in prints.
If condensation appears, wipe these assemblies with dry cloth, or leave the printer power on
for 10 - 20 minutes.
If an EP-22 cartridge is unsealed immediately after it is brought from a cold palce into a warm
room, condensation will also appear inside the cartridge; this can cause various troubles.
Be sure to instruct the customer that the cartridge needs to be left at a room temperature for
1 or 2 hours before unsealing it.
4-4
CHAPTER 4
C. Test Print
The test print is divided into two types: engine test print and controller test print.
If an image defect occurred in this printer, make a test print and assess the abnormality of
the printer.
1. Engine test print
Execution of a test print prints the test pint pattern shown in Figure 4-1-3.
The test print procedures are as follows.
1) Load paper into the printer and switch the power ON.
2) When the printer is in the STANDBY mode, press the test print switch (with the arrow pointing in Figure 4-1-2, in the hole) with a precision slot head screw driver, and print a test print
(shown in Figure 4-1-3.)
Figure 4-1-2
Figure 4-1-3
3) Identify the contents of the failure from the test print and rectify the problem according to
the action procedures of image defects. Test pattern can be printed continuously as long as
the test print switch is held down.
Note: Use paper with B5 size or above in width for a test print.
2. Controller test print
Refer to Chapter 1 on Page 1-62 or 1-64.
4-5
CHAPTER 4
II. IMAGE DEFECTS TROUBLESHOOTING
Perform troubleshooting according to the malfunction diagnosis flowchart (Figure 4-1-1). If an
“image defect” is found, the defective part must be located and rectified by the following procedure.
Table 4-2-1
Image defects
Defects
II-1.
Additional explanation
2-1 Light
Output very light image.
2-2 Dark
Output very dark image.
2-3 Completely blank
Output no image.
2-4 All black
Output all black paper.
2-5 Dirt on back of paper
Output dirt on the back of the paper.
2-6 Dirt
Output dirt on surface of the paper.
2-7 Black vertical lines
Output black vertical lines.
2-8 White vertical lines
Output white vertical lines.
2-9 Black horizontal lines
Output black horizontal lines.
2-10 White horizontal lines
Output white horizental lines.
2-11 Blank spots
Output image with blank spots.
2-12 Poor fixing
Output image with poorly fixed toner.
2-13 Image distortion
Output distored image.
2-14 Faulty registration
Gap between the leading edges of the paper and the image.
Light
<Possible causes>
1) Improperly adjusted image density
Action: Adjust the image density by operating the external device.
2) Open the top cover and remove the EP-22 cartridge while printing. Open the drum protective shield of the cartridge and check the toner image on the photosensitive drum surface.
If the toner image has not been transferred to the paper properly, go to step 3). If the toner
image on the drum is faint, go to step 6).
Do not open the drum protective shield for more than 10 seconds.
3) Deformation or deterioration of the transfer charging roller.
Action: Replace the transfer charging roller.
4) Poor contact in the transfer charging roller contact on the engine controller PCB and the
transfer charging roller shaft contact.
Action: Clean the contacts if dirty. If the problem still remains after cleaning, or parts are
deformed or damaged, replace them.
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5) Defective laser/scanner unit
Action: Replace the laser/scanner unit.
6) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
II-2.
Dark
<Possible causes>
1) The image density is not adjusted correctly.
Action: Adjust the image density by operating the external device.
2) Poor contact in the drum grounding contact on the engine controller PCB and cartridge contact.
Action: Clean the contacts if dirty. If the problem still remains after cleaning, or parts are
deformed or damaged, replace them.
3) Poor contact in the primary high voltage contact on the engine controller PCB and cartridge
contact.
Action: Clean the contacts if dirty. If the problem still remains after cleaning, or parts are
deformed or damaged, replace them.
4) Defective laser/scanner unit
Action: Replace the laser/scanner unit.
5) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
II-3.
Completely blank
<Possible causes>
1) Damaged laser shutter open/close projection of the cartridge cover
Action: Replace the cartridge cover.
2) Poor contact in the developing bias contact on the engine controller PCB and cartridge contact.
Action: Clean the contacts if dirty. If the problem still remains after cleaning, or parts are
deformed or damaged, replace them.
3) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
II-4.
All black
<Possible causes>
1) Poor contact in the primary high voltage contact on the engine controller PCB and cartridge
contact.
Action: Clean the contacts if dirty. If the problem still remains after cleaning, or parts are
deformed or damaged, replace them.
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2) Defective primary charging roller
Action: Replace the cartridge.
3) Defective engine controller PCB.
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
II-5.
Dirt on back of paper
<Possible causes>
1) Periodic dirt (transfer charging roller, pressure roller)
Action: Identify and clean the dirty roller according to Table 4-2-2 on page 4-11. If dirt cannot be removed, replace the dirty roller.
2) Dirty feed guide or fixing unit entrance guide
Action: Clean the dirty areas.
3) Dirty delivery roller
Action: Clean the delivery roller.
II-6.
Dirt
<Possible causes>
1) Periodic dirt (pick-up roller, fixing film unit, EP-22 cartridge)
Action: Identify and clean the dirty part(s) according to Table 4-2-2 on page 4-11. If the dirt
cannot be removed, replace the dirty part(s).
2) Dirty face-down delivery sub-roller or fixing delivery sub-roller
Action: Clean the face-down delivery sub-roller or fixing delivery sub-roller.
II-7.
Black vertical lines
<Possible causes>
1) Circumferential scars on the photosensitive drum
Action: Replace the cartridge.
2) Dirty fixing unit entrance guide
Action: Clean the guide.
3) Scar(s) on fixing film unit
Action: Replace the fixing film unit.
II-8.
White vertical lines
<Possible causes>
1) Lack of toner
Action: Remove the cartridge from the printer. Rock the cartridge in the way described on
page 1-9 Chapter 1, and then install it back to the printer. If the problem still
remains, replace the cartridge.
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2) Circumferential scars on the photosensitive drum
Action: Replace the cartridge.
3) Defective developing cylinder
Action: Replace the cartridge.
4) Foreign materials are deposited on the laser outlet of the printer or the laser inlet of the cartridge.
Action: Remove the foreign materials.
5) Toner adhered to the face-down deliver sub-roller or fixing delivery sub-roller
Action: Clean the face-down delivery sub-roller or fixing delivery sub-roller.
6) Dirt or foreign materials on the fixing unit entrance guide.
Action: Clean the fixing unit entrance guide.
7) Foreign materials on the fixing film unit
Action: Replace the fixing film unit.
8) Dirty mirror in the laser/scanner unit
Action: Replace the laser/scanner unit.
II-9.
Black horizontal lines
<Possible causes>
1) Horizontal scar(s) on the photosensitive drum
Action: Replace the cartridge.
2) Dirty, deformed or worn fixing film
Action: Replace the fixing film unit.
II-10. White horizontal lines
<Possible causes>
1) Horizontal scar(s) on the photosensitive drum
Action: Replace the cartridge.
2) Defective fixing film unit
Action: Replace the fixing film unit.
II-11. Blank spots
<Possible causes>
1) Lack of toner
Action: Remove the cartridge from the printer. Rock the cartridge in the way described on
page 1-9 Chapter 1, and then install it back to the printer. If the problem still
remains, replace the cartridge.
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2) Dirty or deformed transfer charging roller.
Action: Replace the transfer charging roller.
3) Defective photosensitive drum or developing cylinder
Action: Replace the cartridge.
II-12. Poor fixing
<Possible causes>
1) The nip width of the fixing unit is not within specification
Action: Replace the fixing pressure units.
2) Dirty pressure roller
Action: Clean the pressure roller. If the dirt cannot be removed, replace the pressure roller.
3) Scar(s) or dent(s) on the pressure roller surface
Action: Replace the pressure roller.
4) Scar(s) or dent(s) on the fixing film
Action: Replace the fixing film unit.
5) Deterioration of the thermistor
Action: Replace the fixing film unit.
II-13. Image distortion
<Possible causes>
1) Poor contact in the connectors on the laser/scanner unit
Action: Reconnect connector J208F on the engine controller PCB, or connector J801F and
J802F on the laser/scanner unit correctly.
2) Defective laser/scanner unit.
Action: Replace the laser/scanner unit.
3) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
II-14. Faulty registration
<Possible causes>
1) Dirty or worn pick-up roller
Action: Clean the pick-up roller. Replace the roller if the dirt cannot be removed or the
roller is worn.
2) Dirty or worn feed roller
Action: Clean the feed roller. Replace the roller if the dirt cannot be removed or the roller
is worn.
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3) Paper top sensor lever
Action: Replace the lever if it does not move smoothly or is damaged.
Table 4-2-2
Periodical dirt and spots appearing on the image
Susceptible location
Phenomenon
Diameter Period of the image
(mm)
(mm)
Transfer charging roller
14.4
Approx. 45
Fixing film unit
24
Approx. 75
Pressure roller
20
Approx. 63
Feed roller
16.5
Approx. 52
Photosensitive drum
24
Approx. 75
Developing cylinder
12
Approx. 38
Primary charging roller
12
Approx. 38
Dirt
Blank
spots
Dirt on back
Poor fixing
of paper
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III. JAMS TROUBLESHOOTING
Perform troubleshooting according to the malfunction diagnosis flowchart (Figure 4-1-1). If a
“jams” is found, the defective part must be located and rectified by the following procedure.
The paper route can be divided into two sections: 1) paper pick-up and feed unit and 2) fixing and delivery unit.
➁
➀
Figure 4-3-1
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III-1. Paper pick-up unit
<Possible causes>
1) The paper top sensor lever does not move smoothly or is damaged.
Action: Replace the paper top sensor lever if damaged. If this does not rectify the situation,
replace the sensor (PS002).
2) Defective paper top sensor lever spring
Action: Set the spring in the right position if out of place. Replace the spring if deformed
or damaged.
3) Worn, deformed or dirty pick-up roller or feed roller
Action: Clean them if dirty. Replace them if worn or deformed.
4) Defective lifting plate spring
Action: Set the spring in the right position if out of place. Replace the spring if deformed
or damaged.
5) Poor contact in the connectors on the main motor drive signal line.
Action: Reconnect connector J007F on the main motor or connector J401F on the engine
controller PCB.
6) Poor contact in the connectors on the pick-up roller solenoid drive signal line.
Action: Reconnect connector J204F on the engine controller PCB.
7) Defective pick-up roller solenoid
Action: Disconnect connector J204F on the engine controller PCB. Measure the resistance
value between connector J204-1 and J204-2 on the cable. If the measured value is
not about 120 Ω, replace the pick-up roller solenoid.
8) Defective paper top sensor
Action: Replace the paper top sensor.
9) Defective main motor
Action: Replace the main motor.
10) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
III-2. Fixing and delivery unit
<Possible causes>
1) Defective deflector
Action: If the deflector is worn, broken, nicked or damaged, replace it.
2) Dirty or scarred fixing unit entrance guide or toner attached to the guide.
Action: Clean the guide if dirty. Replace the guide if the dirt cannot be removed.
3) The pressure (nip width) of the pressure roller is not within specificaton.
Action: Replace the fixing pressure units.
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4) The pressure roller does not rotate smoothly.
Action: Check whether the gear is worn or damaged. If the pressure roller is worn, replace
it.
5) Deformed or damaged fixing film unit or pressure roller
Action: If deformed or damaged, replace it.
6) The paper delivery sensor lever does not move smoothly or is damaged.
Action: Adjust the lever to move smoothly. Replace the lever if damaged.
7) Defective paper delivery sensor lever spring
Action: Set the spring in the right position if out of place. Replace the spring if damaged or
deformed.
8) The fixing delivery roller does not rotate smoothly.
Action: Check the gears, and replace any worn or fractured gear(s). If the roller is worn,
replace it.
9) The face-down delivery roller does not rotate smoothly.
Action: Check the gears, and replace any worn or fractured gear(s). If the roller is worn,
replace it.
10) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
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IV. TRANSPORT TROUBLESHOOTING
Perform troubleshooting according to the malfunction diagnosis flowchart (Figure 4-1-1). If a
“transport defect” is found, the defective part must be located and rectified by the following procedure.
IV-1.
Multiple feed
<Possible causes>
1) Worn or dirty separation pad surface
Action: Clean the separation pad surface if dirty. Replace the separation pad if worn.
2) Defective separation pad spring
Action: Set the spring in the right position if out of position. Replace the spring if deformed.
3) Worn or dirty sub pad surface
Action: Clean the sub pad surface if dirty. Replace the sub pad if worn.
IV-2.
Wrinkles/Folded leading edge
<Possible causes>
1) Paper dust and dirt accumulated on the pick-up roller, feed roller, and paper guide
Action: Clean the dirty areas.
2) Dirty fixing unit entrance guide and pressure roller
Action: Clean the fixing unit entrance guide and pressure roller.
3) Scarred or deformed fixing film unit
Action: Replace the unit if scarred or deformed.
4) Scarred or dirty paper guide
Action: Check the paper path. Replace any scarred or deformed guide(s).
IV-3.
Skew
<Possible causes>
1) Paper dust and dirt accumulated on the pick-up roller, feed roller, and paper guide
Action: Clean the dirty areas.
2) Scarred or deformed feed roller
Action: Replace the roller if scarred or deformed.
3) Scarred or dirty paper guide
Action: Check the paper path. Replace any scarred or deformed guide(s).
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V. MALFUNCTION TROUBLESHOOTING
Perform troubleshooting according to the malfunction diagnosis flowchart (Figure 4-1-1). If an
“malfunction” is found, the defective part must be located and rectified by the following procedure.
V-1.
No AC power
<Possible causes>
1) Blown fuse (FU101)
Action: Refering to page 3-22 in Chapter 3, replace the fuse (FU101).
2) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
V-2.
No DC power
<Possible causes>
1) No AC power is supplied.
Action: Make a check according to 5-1 “No AC power”.
2) Overcurrent/overvoltage detection circuit activated
Action: If the problem is not rectified after the power switch is turned OFF and then ON
again, find the cause of activation of the overcurrent/overvoltage detection circuit
in the power supply unit. Wait for two minutes or more before turning the power
back ON.
3) Blown fuse (FU102)
Action: Refering to page 3-22 in Chapter 3, replace the fuse (FU102).
4) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
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VI. MALFUNCTION STATUS TROUBLESHOOTING
Perform troubleshooting according to the malfunction diagnosis flowchart (Figure 4-1-1). If an
“malfunction status” is found, the defective part must be located and rectified by the following
procedure.
VI-1.
Laser failure/BD failure
<Possible causes>
1) The laser shutter cannot be opened due to the damaged claw of the cartridge cover.
Action: Replace the cartridge cover.
2) Poor contact in the connectors in the laser scanner unit
Action: Reconnect connector J801F, J802F on the laser/scanner unit and connector J208F
on the engine controller PCB.
3) Defective laser/scanner unit
Action: Replace the laser/scanner unit if the voltage between connector J208M-5 and
J208M-6 on the engine controller PCB is about +5V and the voltage between connector J208M-1 and J208M-4 is about +24V immediately after the printer is turned
ON.
4) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
VI-2.
Fixing unit failure
<Possible causes>
1) Poor contact in the connectors
Action: Reconnect connector J206F on the engine controller PCB.
2) Broken wire or short circuited thermistor.
Action: Turn OFF the power and remove the fixing unit from the printer. Measure the
resistance between connector J009-1 and J009-2 of the fixing unit. If the resistance is not within the range from about 250 kΩ to about 800 kΩ (room temperature), replace the fixing film unit.
3) Broken wire of the heater or blown thermal fuse.
Action: Replace the fixing film unit if there is no conductivity between connector J102-1 and
J102-2 of the fixing unit when the fixing unit is out of the printer.
4) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
VI-3.
The printer cannot enter the READY mode and the "jam status" is output, although
a paper jam has not occurred.
<Possible causes>
1) Defective paper delivery sensor spring
Action: If the spring is not installed correctly, reinstall it correctly.
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2) Defective paper delivery sensor lever
Action: Replace the sensor lever if damaged.
3) Defective paper top sensor spring
Action: Replace the spring if damaged.
4) Defective paper top sensor lever
Action: Replace the lever if damaged.
5) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
VI-4.
The printer cannot enter the READY mode and the "door open status" is output,
although the door is closed after installing the cartridge,
<Possible causes>
1) Damaged connector holder claw of the door switch ON/OFF.
Action: Replace the connector holder.
2) Defective door open detection unit
Action: Replace the door open detection unit.
3) Defective door open detection switch
Action: Replace the door open detection switch (SW301.)
4) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
VI-5.
The printer cannot enter the READY mode and the "paper out status" is output,
although paper is set.
<Possible causes>
1) Defective paper out sensor lever
Action: Replace the paper out sensor lever if damaged.
2) Defective paper out sensor
Action: Replace the paper out sensor (PS003.)
3) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
VI-6.
The printer cannot enter the READY mode and the "no cartridge status" is output,
although the cartridge is installed.
<Possible causes>
1) Poor contact in the primary high-voltage contact on the engine controller PCB and cartridge
contact.
Action: Clean the contacts if dirty. If the problem still remains after cleaning, or parts are
deformed or damaged, replace them.
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2) Defective cartridge
Action: Replace the cartridge.
3) Defective engine controller PCB
Action: Replace the engine controller PCB.
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VII. MEASUREMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
A. Mechanical Adjustment
1. Checking the nip width of the pressure roller
The fixing unit is not designed to allow adjustment of the pressure (nip width); however, the
incorrect nip width can cause fixing problems.
Follow the procedures below to check the nip width:
1) Make an all-black print of A4 size using an EP-22 cartridge, and bring the print to the customer’s site.
2) Place the all-black print in the multi-purpose tray of the printer, with the printed side facing
down.
3) Select face-up delivery by shifting the delivery switching lever downward.
4) Press the test print switch.
5) Turn OFF the printer when the leading edge of the print emerges at the face-up tray. Open
the top cover and take out the print about 10 seconds later.
6) Measure the width of the glossy band across the paper and check that it meets the requirements as shown in Figure 4-10-1.
Table 4-7-1
c
Dimensions
Paper feed
direction
Center of A4
size paper.
a,b,c
4 to 6 [mm]
a-c
0.5 [mm] or less
a-b
1.0 [mm] or less
b-c
1.0 [mm] or less
b
a
Figure 4-7-1
B. Electrical Adjustment
This printer’s electrical system does not require adjustment.
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C. LEDs, Test Pins, Jumpers and Switches on PCBs
Only the LEDs, test pins, jumpers, and switches required during the after-sales service in the
field are listed below.
All other test pins, etc. are for the factory use only. The adjustment and check using these
test pins, etc. require special tools, measuring instruments and high precision. Do not touch
them in the field.
1. Engine controller PCB
J204
2
SW201 J205
1
2
16
1
19
J201
1
2
1
J102
1
1
4
J211
1
J401
6
J208
12
1
J206
2
SW301
Figure 4-7-2
Table 4-7-2
SW No.
Function
SW201
Switch for test print
SW301
Switch for door open detection
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VIII. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING
A. Periodic Replacement Parts
● This printer does not have any periodic replacement parts.
Note:
Periodic replacement parts are the parts that must be replaced at regular intervals, even
if they are functioning properly and show no signs of wear. (Failure of these parts can
seriously affect printer performance.) These parts should be replaced during a regular
service visit closest to the end of the parts expected life.
B. Expected Service Lives of Consumable Parts
● This printer does not have any consumable parts.
Note:
Consumable parts are the parts that may need to be replaced due to deterioration or
damage at least once prior to the elapse of the printer’s warranty period.
They only need to be replaced when faulty
C. Periodic Service
This printer does not have any areas that require periodic servicing.
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D. Cleaning During a Service Visit
➀
➁
➂
➃
➀ Fixing unit entrance guide
➂ Separation pad
➁
➃
Pick-up roller
Transfer charging roller
Figure 4-8-1
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Following the procedures below, clean the printer during a service visit.
1. Fixing unit entrance guide
Clean with dry lint free paper.
2. Pick-up roller
Clean with dry lint free paper.
3. Separation pad
Clean the rubber area with dry lint free paper.
4. Transfer charging roller
In general, the transfer charging roller is not to be touched or cleaned. If unavoidable, clean the
roller with dry lint free paper. Do not use water or solvent. Make sure not to contaminate the
roller with solvent or oil.
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E. Standard Tools
The standard tools required to service the printer are listed below.
Table 4-8-1
No.
Tool name
Tool No.
Remark
1
Tool case
TKN-0001
2
Jumper wire
TKN-0069
With a clip
3
Clearance gauge
CK-0057
0.02 to 0.3mm
4
Phillips screwdriver
CK-0101
M4, M5 Length : 363mm
5
Phillips screwdriver
CK-0104
M3, M4 Length : 155mm
6
Phillips screwdriver
CK-0105
M4, M5 Length : 191mm
7
Phillips screwdriver
CK-0106
M4, M5 Length : 85mm
8
Flat-blade screwdriver
CK-0111
9
Precision flat-blade screwdriver set
CK-0114
Set of 6
10
Allen wrench set
CK-0151
Set of 5
11
File, fine
CK-0161
12
Allen (hex) screwdriver
CK-0170
13
Diagonal cutting pliers
CK-0201
14
Needle-nose pliers
CK-0202
15
Pliers
CK-0203
16
Retaining ring pliers
CK-0205
17
Crimper
CK-0218
18
Tweezers
CK-0302
19
Ruler
CK-0303
Measure 150mm measurement
20
Soldering iron
CK-0309
100V, 30W
21
Mallet, plastic head
CK-0314
22
Brush
CK-0315
23
Penlight
CK-0327
24
Plastic bottle
CK-0328
100cc
25
Solder
CK-0329
Ø1.5(mm) X 1(mm)
26
Desoldering wick
CK-0330
1.5mm
27
Lint-free paper
CK-0336
500SH/PKG
28
Oiler
CK-0349
30cc
29
Plastic jar
CK-0351
30cc
30
Blower brush
CK-0399
31
Digital multimeter
CK-0552
M4
Length : 107mm
Applied to the axis ring
F. Special Tools
No specials tools are required other than standard tools for servicing.
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G. List of Lubricants and Cleaners
Table 4-8-2
No.
Name
Components
Use
Remarks
1
MEK (methyl
ethyl ketone)
CH3CO-C2H5
2
Lubricant
Apply to gears and
Special oil
• Tool No. HY9-0007
Special solid lubricating between gear and shaft.
(20g tube)
material
Lithium soap
3
Electricity
grease
High performance
grease
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Cleaning: oil and
toner stains
Apply to grounding
plate
• Purchase locally
• Highly flammable: keep
away from flame
• Electricity grease
• Tool No. CK-8006
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IX. LOCATION OF CONNECTORS
J801
J802
J003
J102
J002
Å@
J204
J201
J702
J211
J208
J703
J206
J2
J008
J601
J007
J401
J901
Figure 4-9-1
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APPENDIX
I.
GENERAL TIMING CHART ........ A-1
III. LIST OF SIGNALS ..................... A-5
II.
GENERAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ... A-3
IV.
MESSAGES TABLE .................... A-7
APPENDIX
I. GENERAL TIMING CHART
A. Timing Chart for Printing Two A4-size Sheet Continuously
(Unit : Seconds)
Power ON
WAIT
Sequence
INTR
STBY
PRINT
LSTR
STBY
3.2
1 Fixing heater (H701)
0.5
2.4
100°C control (Note2)
(Note1)
3.5
3 Main motor (M001)
2.2
0.4
Print temperature control
2 Pick-up command
Between-page temperature control
2.4
0.5
4 Scanner motor (M801)
0.5
0.5
6.6
5 Pick-up solenoid (SL001)
6 Paper top sensor (PS002)
7 Paper delivery sensor
(PS201)
8 Primary voltage (AC)
0.3
1.5
3.0
3.1
9 Primary voltage (DC)
0.5
0.5
10 Developing bias (AC)
0.6
11 Developing bias (DC)
3.2
12 Transfer voltage
13 Laser diode
0.2
14
Forced emission (3 BD lines)
3.0
0.8
0.2
3.3
2.1
Negative bias
Between-page bias
0.9
1.0
0.4
0.2
0.6
1.0
0.4
0.9
2.1
0.2
Forced emission (3 BD lines)
15
16
17
Note1 : 100°C control is not executed when thermistor temperature is already 100°C.
Note2 : The heater is turned OFF when the thermistor temperature reaches 100°C.
A-1
APPENDIX
II. GENERAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
A. Engine Controller PCB
Toner cartridge
FU701
J702F J702M
2
2
1
1
H701
HVT connector
TH701
Fixing film unit
1 2
J102F
J102M
SW101
1 2
HOT
NEUTRAL
INL101
1
2
3
1 2
J703M
J703F
J304
PR
J302
TR
J301
DV
J303
GND
J206M J206F
1
2
2
1
FSRTH 1
GND 2
J009M J009F
2
2 2
1
1 1
J008F J008M
1 2
FG
Paper delivery
sensor
Test print switch
SW201
PS201
Engine controller PCB
Door open
detection switch
J205M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
GND(+24VM)
+24VM
+24VM
GND(+24VM)
GND
+3.3V
+5V
GND
/SCLK
/SC
/BD
/RESET
/VDO
VDO
GND
GND
+5V
+3.3V
+3.3V
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
+24V
/ACC
/DEC
GND
+5V
GND
VDO
/VDO
CNT1
CNT0
/BDI
+3.3V
+5V
GND
/PISNS
+5V
GND
PAPERSNS
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
J201
J208M
J208F
J211M
J211F
J401M
J401F
J204F
1
2
3
4
5
6
J204M
/MB
MB
/MA
MA
1 +24V
2 CPUD
SW301
/CLK
/SO
/SI
/STRB
GND
+5V
1
2
J007F
LD801
IC802
Laser FPC
unit
J802
PD
LD
+5V
R0
BD
GND
2
1
2
1
J901F
J901M
Interface controller PCB
1
2
+5V 1
GND 2
J3M
Laser drive
PCB unit
J3F
Scanner
motor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
PS003
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J801F
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
PS002
Paper top Paper-out
sensor
sensor
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J802F
J004F
J801M
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Main motor J003F
4
3
2
1
Pick-up
solenoid
4
3
2
1
SL001
M
M001
3
2
1
SL
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Display
unit
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B. Interface Controller PCB
J1(Pararell Interface Connector)
/STROBE
DATA 1
DATA 2
DATA 3
DATA 4
DATA 5
DATA 6
DATA 7
DATA 8
/ACK
BUSY
PERROR
SELECT
/AUTOFD
N.C.
GND
F.GND
PLH
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
/INIT
/FAULT
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
/SELECTIN
Interface Controller PCB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
GND
+3.3V
+3.3V
+5V
GND
GND
VDO
/VDO
/RESET
/BD
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
SC
SCLK
GND
+5V
+3.3V
GND
GND
+24V
+24V
GND
J2
To engine controller PCB
A-4
J3
1
2
+5V
GND
To display panel
To host computer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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III. LIST OF SIGNALS
A. Engine Controller
Connector
J102
Pin
1
2
J201
J204
J205
J206
J208
Abbreviation I/O Logic
NEUTRAL
I
AC power input
HOT
1
GND
2
+24VM
3
+24VM
4
GND
5
GND
6
3.3V
I
Signal name
AC power input
7
5V
8
GND
9
SCLK
I
L
SERIAL CLOCK signal
10
/SC
I/O
H
STATUS COMMAND signal
11
/BD
O
L
BEAM DETECTION signal
12
/RESET
O
L
RESET signal
13
/VDO
I
L
VIDEO signal
14
VDO
I
L
VIDEO signal
15
GND
16
GND
O
H
PICK-UP SOLENOID DRIVE signal
17
5V
18
3.3V
19
3.3V
20
GND
1
+24V
2
CPUD
1
/CLK
2
/SO
3
SI
4
/STRB
5
GND
6
+5V
1
FSRTH
2
GND
I
FIXING HEATER TEMPERATURE DETECT signal
1
+24V
2
/ACC
O
L
SCANNER ACCELERATION signal
3
/DCC
O
L
SCANNER DECELERATION signal
4
GND
5
+5V
6
GND
7
VDO
O
L
VIDEO signal
8
/VDO
O
L
VIDEO signal
9
CONT1
O
H
LASER CONTROL signal
10
CONT0
O
H
LASER CONTROL signal
11
/BDI
I
L
BD INPUT signal
12
+3.3V
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Connector
J211
Pin
1
Abbreviation I/O Logic
+5V
2
GND
3
/PISNS
4
+5V
Signal name
I
L
PAPER PICK-UP SENSOR signal
5
GND
6
PAPERSNS
I
H
PAPER-OUT SENSOR signal
J301
DV
O
L
DEVELOPING HIGH-VOLTAGE DRIVE signal
J302
TR
O
L
TRANSFER HIGH-VOLTAGE DRIVE signal
J303
GND
J304
PR
O
L
PRIMARY CHARGING HIGH-VOLTAGE DRIVE signal
J401
A-6
1
/MB
O
H
MAIN MOTOR DRIVE signal
2
MB
O
H
MAIN MOTOR DRIVE signal
3
/MA
O
H
MAIN MOTOR DRIVE signal
4
MA
O
H
MAIN MOTOR DRIVE signal
APPENDIX
IV. MESSAGES TABLE
A. Message List
CAPT displays the printing environment and printing status on the status window. On the status window, messages are indicated in the Message area corresponding to the following 4 types
of status, and the status and procedures are displayed in the Error message area.
• Idling status
• Printing status
• Status not available
• Error status
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X
Job Options Help
Message area
Printer Raedy
Error message area
Printed Job Waiting Job
Title
Contents
Document name
User name
Computer name
Estimated time left
Estimated finish time
LPT1:
Figure A-4-1
For the details of the status window, see Chapter 1 on Page 1-50.
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1. Idling status
The idling status is defined that printing jobs are not contained in the printer, and no troubles
for printing are found.
The following 3 messages are indicated for the idling status:
Message area: Printer Ready
Error message area: None
Indicated regularly when the status window is started up.
Message area: Printing Completed
Error message area: None
Indicated when a printing job is completed.
Message area: Printing Stopped
Error message area: None
Indicated when a printing job is stopped.
2. Printing status
The printing status is defined that printing jobs are contained in the printer, and no troubles for
printing are found.
The following 4 messages are indicated for the printing status:
Message area: Printing
Error message area: None
Indicated regularly.
Message area: Printing Paused
Error message area: None
Indicated when the Pause Job button is clicked during printing.
Message area: Stopping
Error message area: None
Indicated when the Delete Job button is clicked during printing.
Message area: Cleaning
Error message area: None
Indicated when the Cleaning menu is clicked.
3. Status Not Available
The Status Not Available is defined that printer information is not available.
The following 3 messages are indicated for the Status Not Available.
Message area: Status Not Available
Error message area: The printer is connected to a port of an unsupported type.
Indicated when the printer is connected as a local printer, and the port is not supported
(FILE, LPT1.DOS, and so on.)
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Message area: Check Print Server
Error message area: The printer server is down or the server status window is not active.
Indicated when the printer is connected as a network printer, and the status window in the
server is not active.
Message area: Getting status
Error message area: Please wait a moment
Indicated when the port status has not been received, as the local port to which the printer
is connected has just been switched from another printer.
4. Error status
The error status is defined that printer errors occur.
When multiple errors occur, an error with the highest priority will be indicated first. As the
first error is solved, then an error with the next high priority will be indicated.
When errors occur and are solved in the middle of printing, the present page will be resumed
printing.
The following describes the messages for the Status Not Available, from the higher priority to
lower.
Message area: Port Busy
Error message area: The port is being used by another device.
Indicated when the port is being used by another device.
Message area: Network Adapter Error
Error message area : Network adapter or the printer isn't turned on.
Indicated when the network adapter or printer is not turned on, or the printer itself does not
exist.
Message area: Check Printer/Cable
Error message area: Check the following. Is the printer switched on? Is the printer cable connected? Does the printer cable support bi-directional communication?
Indicated when the printer is incommunicable during printing.
This error occurs when the power of the printer fails, when the cable is unconnected, or
when the cable does not correspond to the bi-directional communications.
Message area: Incompatible Printer
Error message area: The wrong printer is connected.
Indicated when the connected printer is not LBP-800.
When you use a printer other than LBP-800, make sure to switch to the driver to which you
are to connect.
Message area: Printer Busy
Error message area: The network adapter is being used by another application for network
setup.
Indicated when the network adapter is being used by another printer on the line connected
to the same computer.
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Message area: Service Error
Error message area: Printer error. Contact the store where you bought the printer.
Indicated when service errors occur in the printer engine.
Perform the Trouble Shooting in Chapter 4.
Message area: Clear Paper Jam
Error message area: 1.Open cover 2.Remove toner cartridge 3.Remove jammed paper
Indicated when paper jam occurs.
Message area: Clear Paper Jam
Error message area: 4.Replace toner cartridge 5.Close cover
Indicated when the cartridge cover is open after occurring paper jam.
Message area: Close Printer Cover
Error message area: None
Indicated when the cartridge cover is open.
Message area: Check Toner Cartridge
Error message area: None
Indicated when the toner cartridge is not present.
Message area: Change paper to xxx
Error message area: Change paper to xxx or force to print on yyy.
Indicated when the paper to be printed, that the driver detects, differs from the specified
paper.
If switched to the specified paper, the printer resumes printing automatically.
If the Resume Job button is clicked, the printer resumes printing with the present paper.
Message area: Add xxx Paper
Error message area: No paper loaded in printer
Indicated when paper is not set.
Message area: Printing Failed
Error message area: Data transfer to the printer was too late or a data transfer error occurred.
Perform the following. 1.Discard last printed page. 2.Resume printing.
Indicated when Data transfer to the printer was too late or a data transfer error occurs.
If the Resume Job button is clicked, the printer resumes printing with lower resolution.
Message area: Insufficient Memory
Error message area: Quit all unnecessary applications running on the machine to which the
printer is connected.
Indicated when the work memory obtained for the language monitor is not enough.
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These circuit diagrams for the LBP-800 are provided to aid service
technicians when ordering PCB parts.
When major changes are made to the products, a revised version of the
circuit diagrams will be produced. However in other cases, information
will be communicated when necessary by service information.
Canon Inc.
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Peripheral Products Technical Documentation Dept
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A.
NUMERICAL INDEX
B.
CIRCUIT REVISION CHART
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CD 1-6
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CD 1-7
FIGURE
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KEY NO.
CD 1 -
PART NUMBER
R
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DESCRIPTION
RG5-5027-000
1
ENGINE CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
1
RB2-3983-000
1
SPACER, ENGINE CONTROLLER
C 101
VC8-8930-224
1
CAPACITOR, 0.22UF, 125/250V
C 105
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 106
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 107
VC9-5523-000
1
CAPACITOR, 470U, 200V
C 108
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 109
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 201
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 202
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 203
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 204
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 205
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 206
VC5-1720-270
1
CAPACITOR, 27PF, 50V
C 207
VC5-1720-270
1
CAPACITOR, 27PF, 50V
C 208
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 209
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 210
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
C 211
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
C 212
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 215
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 216
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 219
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 220
VC5-1730-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 223
VC5-1730-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 303
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 304
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 305
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 307
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 308
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 309
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 310
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 311
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 312
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 313
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 314
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 315
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 316
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 317
VC9-5443-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 50V
C 318
VC7-9000-103
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 100V
C 319
VC7-9000-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700P, 100V
C 320
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 324
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 326
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 327
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 328
VC9-5443-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 50V
C 401
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 402
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
C 403
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 404
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
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CD 1-9
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C 406
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 501
VC7-2090-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 250V
C 503
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 505
VC7-8510-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 506
VC8-4970-105
1
CAPACITOR, 1UF, 50V
C 507
VC5-1730-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 508
VC8-3360-683
1
CAPACITOR, 0.068U, 400V
C 509
VC9-5517-000
1
CAPACITOR, DC1KV, 100PF
C 510
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 511
VC7-8510-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 512
VC8-4930-477
1
CAPACITOR, 470UF, 10V
C 513
VC8-7440-108
1
CAPACITOR, 1000UF, 10V
C 514
VC8-7460-337
1
CAPACITOR, 330UF, 35V
C 515
VC8-7460-337
1
CAPACITOR, 330UF, 35V
C 516
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 517
VC7-8510-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 523
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 526
VC8-4970-105
1
CAPACITOR, 1UF, 50V
C 527
VC9-5443-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 50V
C 528
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 529
VC7-8510-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 530
VC8-7440-108
1
CAPACITOR, 1000UF, 10V
C 531
VC8-7460-337
1
CAPACITOR, 330UF, 35V
D 101
WA1-0933-000
1
DIODE, D3SBA60
D 102
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 202
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 301
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 302
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 303
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 304
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 305
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 306
WA1-5735-000
1
DIODE, 1SS244
D 307
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 308
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 309
WA1-5735-000
1
DIODE, 1SS244
D 310
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 311
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 501
WA1-5839-000
1
DIODE, AG01A
D 502
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 503
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
DA501
RB2-3981-000
1
HEATSINK
WA1-5794-000
1
DIODE, MA7D50
DA501S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
DA502
WA1-6204-000
1
DIODE, ARRAY, FMX-22S
DA502S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
FH101
WD9-5082-000
1
SOCKET, FUSE
FH102
WD9-5082-000
1
SOCKET, FUSE
FH103
WD9-5082-000
1
SOCKET, FUSE
FH104
WD9-5082-000
1
SOCKET, FUSE
FU101
VD7-0211-002
1
FUSE, AC125V, 10A
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FU102
RH3-8002-000
1
FUSE, 125V, 2.5A
IC202
WA4-6823-000
1
IC, PST591J, RESET
IC301
WA4-6369-000
1
IC, LA6510, OP AMP
IC302
WA4-0534-000
1
IC, HA17324
IC401
RB2-4046-000
1
HEATSINK
WA4-7058-000
1
IC, A3964SB, DRIVER
RB2-3982-000
1
HEATSINK
RH4-5402-000
1
IC, STR-Z2757, HYBRID
IC501S1
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
IC501S2
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
IC504
WA4-5277-000
1
IC, UPC1093J-1, REGULATOR
IC505
WA4-5277-000
1
IC, UPC1093J-1, REGULATOR
INL101
RB2-3980-000
1
SHIELD, INLET
IC501
WS5-5061-000
1
CONNECTOR, 3P
INL101S
XB2-7400-607
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M4X6
J 102
WS1-5691-000
1
CONNECTOR, 2P
J 103
WT1-5167-000
1
LUG
J 201
VS1-5877-020
1
CONNECTOR, 20P
J 202
RB1-7306-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
J 204
VS1-5517-002
1
CONNECTOR, 2P
J 205
VS1-6223-006
1
CONNECTOR, 6P
J 206
VS1-5517-002
1
CONNECTOR, 2P
J 208
VS1-6222-012
1
CONNECTOR, 12P
J 211
VS1-6222-006
1
CONNECTOR, 6P
J 212
RB1-7306-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
J 303
RB1-7306-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
J 306
RB2-4218-000
1
PLATE
J 401
VS1-5517-004
1
CONNECTOR, 4P
L 101
RH3-0193-000
1
INDUCTOR, SK-08MD-4ZY
L 102
RH3-0237-000
1
INDUCTOR, SS11V-11050A
L 103
VL7-1610-473
1
INDUCTOR, 47U
L 501
VL7-0270-472
1
INDUCTOR, LHL084R7M
L 502
VL7-0270-472
1
INDUCTOR, LHL084R7M
PC501
WG8-5313-000
1
IC, PC817X7, PHOTO COUPLER
PC502
WG8-5313-000
1
IC, PC817X7, PHOTO COUPLER
PS201
WG8-5397-000
1
IC,RPI-574N1,PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
Q 101
RH7-8064-000
1
HEATSINK
WA5-5005-000
1
TRIAC, 600V, 8A
Q 101S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
Q 102
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 103
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 105
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 201
WA2-5106-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD2213
Q 302
WA2-6511-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD1857
Q 303
RH6-0120-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC4572-RA
Q 304
WA2-6511-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD1857
Q 305
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 307
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 308
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 501
WA2-0937-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SA1048Y
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CD 1-10
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
CD 1 -
CD 1-11
Q 502
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
RH7-8072-000
1
HEATSINK
WA2-6504-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD2204
Q 502S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
R 101
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 102
VR5-6870-151
1
RESISTOR, 150 OHM, 1/4W
R 103
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 104
VR5-5510-620
1
RESISTOR, 62 OHM, 1/4W
R 105
VR5-6870-220
1
RESISTOR, 22 OHM, 1/4W
R 106
VR5-5510-122
1
RESISTOR, 1.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 108
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 109
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 110
VR5-5510-223
1
RESISTOR, 22KOHM, 1/4W
R 111
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 112
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 113
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 114
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 201
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 202
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 203
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 204
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 205
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 206
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 207
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 208
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 209
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 210
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 211
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 212
VR5-5510-333
1
RESISTOR, 33KOHM, 1/4W
R 213
VR5-5510-332
1
RESISTOR, 3.3KOHM, 1/4W
R 214
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 215
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 216
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 217
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 218
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 220
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 221
VR5-5510-153
1
RESISTOR, 15KOHM, 1/4W
R 222
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 223
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 224
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 225
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 226
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 227
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 228
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 229
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 230
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 232
VR5-6413-481
1
RESISTOR, 3.48KOHM, 1/4W
R 233
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 235
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 238
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 239
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
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FIGURE
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KEY NO.
CD 1 -
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
R 240
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 244
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 247
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 248
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 251
VR5-5510-681
1
RESISTOR, 680 OHM, 1/4W
R 255
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 258
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 259
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 260
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 302
RH6-3857-000
1
RESISTOR, 10MOHM, 0.4W
R 303
RH6-3712-000
1
RESISTOR, 3MOHM, 0.48W
R 304
VR5-1010-154
1
RESISTOR, 150KOHM, 1/2W
R 311
VR5-6413-322
1
RESISTOR, 33.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 312
VR5-5510-270
1
RESISTOR, 27 OHM, 1/4W
R 314
VR5-5510-270
1
RESISTOR, 27 OHM, 1/4W
R 315
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 316
VR7-3750-474
1
RESISTOR, 470KOHM, 1/4W
R 317
VR5-5510-153
1
RESISTOR, 15KOHM, 1/4W
R 318
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 320
VR5-1010-150
1
RESISTOR, 15 OHM, 1/2W
R 321
VR5-6418-253
1
RESISTOR, 825KOHM, 1/4W
R 322
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 323
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 324
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 325
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 326
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 327
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 328
RH6-3860-000
1
RESISTOR, 100MOHM, 0.4W
R 329
VR5-5510-470
1
RESISTOR, 47 OHM, 1/4W
R 330
VR5-5510-470
1
RESISTOR, 47 OHM, 1/4W
R 333
VR5-6419-532
1
RESISTOR, 95.3KOHM, 1/4W
R 334
VR5-6419-532
1
RESISTOR, 95.3KOHM, 1/4W
R 338
VR5-6413-010
1
RESISTOR, 301 OHM, 1/4W
R 339
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 340
VR5-5510-339
1
RESISTOR, 3.3 OHM, 1/4W
R 341
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 342
VR5-6411-001
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 343
VR5-5510-339
1
RESISTOR, 3.3 OHM, 1/4W
R 344
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 345
VR5-5510-824
1
RESISTOR, 820KOHM, 1/4W
R 346
VR5-5510-104
1
RESISTOR, 100KOHM, 1/4W
R 350
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 351
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 352
RH6-3857-000
1
RESISTOR, 10MOHM, 0.4W
R 353
VR5-6413-011
1
RESISTOR, 3.01KOHM 1/4W
R 354
VR5-6415-231
1
RESISTOR, 5.23KOHM, 1/4W
R 355
VR5-6411-051
1
RESISTOR, 1.05KOHM, 1/4W
R 356
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 358
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 363
RH6-3900-000
1
RESISTOR, 30MOHM, 0.625W
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CD 1-12
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
CD 1 -
R
A
N
K
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
R 364
RH6-3900-000
1
RESISTOR, 30MOHM, 0.625W
R 401
VR9-3598-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.68 OHM, 1W
R 402
VR9-3598-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.68 OHM, 1W
R 403
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 404
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 405
VR5-6413-012
1
RESISTOR, 30.1KOHM, 1/4W
R 406
VR5-6411-781
1
RESISTOR, 1.78KOHM, 1/4W
R 407
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 501
VR5-5510-223
1
RESISTOR, 22KOHM, 1/4W
R 505
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 506
VR5-5510-271
1
RESISTOR, 270 OHM, 1/4W
R 507
VR7-7970-158
1
RESISTOR, 0.15 OHM, 1W
R 509
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 510
VR5-5510-152
1
RESISTOR, 1.5KOHM, 1/4W
R 512
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 513
VR9-5146-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.1 OHM, 1/2W
R 514
VR9-5146-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.1 OHM, 1/2W
R 516
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 517
VR5-5510-221
1
RESISTOR, 220 OHM, 1/4W
R 518
VR5-5510-270
1
RESISTOR, 27 OHM, 1/4W
R 520
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 521
VR5-5510-151
1
RESISTOR, 150 OHM, 1/4W
R 523
VR5-5510-681
1
RESISTOR, 680 OHM, 1/4W
R 524
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 525
VR5-5510-220
1
RESISTOR, 22 OHM, 1/6W
R 526
VR5-5510-220
1
RESISTOR, 22 OHM, 1/6W
R 527
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 528
VR5-5510-122
1
RESISTOR, 1.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 529
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 530
VR5-6412-431
1
RESISTOR, 2.43KOHM, 1/4W
R 534
VR5-5510-470
1
RESISTOR, 47 OHM, 1/4W
R 535
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 536
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 537
VR5-6413-481
1
RESISTOR, 3.48KOHM, 1/4W
R 539
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 540
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 541
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 542
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
RL101
WB8-5084-000
1
RELAY
SSR101
WG8-5351-000
1
IC, S21MT2, PHOTO-TRIAC
SHIELD, INLET
SW101
CD 1-13
PART NUMBER
RB2-4033-000
1
RH7-6055-000
1
SWITCH, TOGGLE
SW101S
XB2-8300-807
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
SW201
WC2-5311-000
1
SWITCH, TACT
SW301
RH7-6053-000
1
SWITCH, INTERLOCK
TH101
WD8-5080-000
1
THERMISTOR
TH501S
XB2-8300-607
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X6
VZ101
WA8-5351-000
1
VARISTOR, NV470D10U
VZ103
WA8-5124-000
1
VARISTOR
X 201
RH5-0120-000
1
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
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FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
CD 1 -
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
ZD301
WA1-6198-000
1
DIODE, ZENER, RD3.0ESAB1
ZD303
WA1-6202-000
1
DIODE, ZENER, RD20ESAB3
ZD306
WA1-6198-000
1
DIODE, ZENER, RD3.0ESAB1
ZD502
WA1-5725-000
1
DIODE, ZENER, RD5.6ESAB1
ZD505
WA1-6142-000
1
DIODE ZENER, RD30ESAB1
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CD 1-14
FIGURE CD 1A
ENGINE CONTROLLER PCB ASS’Y
(220-240V) (1/2)
FU102
1
CD 1A-1
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FIGURE CD 1A
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ENGINE CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
(220-240V) (2/2)
CANON LBP-800 REV.0 SEPT. 1999 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPON]
CD 1A-2
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CD 1A-3
CD 1A-4
COPYRIGHT
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COPYRIGHT
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CANON LBP-800 REV.0 SEPT. 1999 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPON]
CD 1A-5
CD 1A-6
COPYRIGHT
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CD 1A-7
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
CD 1A -
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
RG9-1411-000
1
ENGINE CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
1
RB2-3983-000
1
SPACER, ENGINE CONTROLLER
C 101
VC8-8930-224
N
1
CAPACITOR, 0.22UF, 125/250V
C 104
VC8-8930-473
N
1
CAPACITOR, 0.047UF, 125/250V
C 105
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 106
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 107
VC9-5542-000
1
CAPACITOR, 120U, 400V
C 108
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 109
VC9-5361-000
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF
C 201
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 202
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 203
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 204
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 205
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 206
VC5-1720-270
1
CAPACITOR, 27PF, 50V
C 207
VC5-1720-270
1
CAPACITOR, 27PF, 50V
C 208
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 209
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 210
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
C 211
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
C 212
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 215
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 216
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 219
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 220
VC5-1730-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 223
VC5-1730-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 303
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 304
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 305
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 307
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 308
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 309
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 310
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 311
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 312
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 313
VC9-5104-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 1KV
C 314
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 315
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 316
VC9-5114-000
1
CAPACITOR, 330PF, 3.15KV
C 317
VC9-5443-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 50V
C 318
VC7-9000-103
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 100V
C 319
VC7-9000-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700P, 100V
C 320
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 324
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 326
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 327
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 328
VC9-5443-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 50V
C 401
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 402
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
C 403
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
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CD 1A -
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DESCRIPTION
C 404
VC5-5970-272
1
CAPACITOR, 2700PF, 16V
C 406
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 501
VC6-0160-471
1
CAPACITOR, 470PF, 500V
C 503
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 505
VC7-8510-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 506
VC8-4970-105
1
CAPACITOR, 1UF, 50V
C 507
VC5-1730-102
1
CAPACITOR, 1000PF, 50V
C 508
VC8-2880-153
1
CAPACITOR, 0.015UF, 630V
C 509
VC8-5130-470
1
CAPACITOR, 47P, 1KV
C 510
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 511
VC7-8510-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 512
VC8-4930-477
1
CAPACITOR, 470UF, 10V
C 513
VC8-7440-108
1
CAPACITOR, 1000UF, 10V
C 514
VC8-7460-337
1
CAPACITOR, 330UF, 35V
C 515
VC8-7460-337
1
CAPACITOR, 330UF, 35V
C 516
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 517
VC7-8510-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 523
VC6-3000-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 526
VC8-4970-105
1
CAPACITOR, 1UF, 50V
C 527
VC9-5443-000
1
CAPACITOR, 0.01UF, 50V
C 528
VC8-4950-476
1
CAPACITOR, 47UF, 35V
C 529
VC7-8510-104
1
CAPACITOR, 0.1UF, 50V
C 530
VC8-7440-108
1
CAPACITOR, 1000UF, 10V
C 531
VC8-7460-337
1
CAPACITOR, 330UF, 35V
D 101
WA1-0933-000
1
DIODE, D3SBA60
D 102
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 202
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 301
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 302
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 303
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 304
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 305
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 306
WA1-5735-000
1
DIODE, 1SS244
D 307
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 308
WA1-6226-000
1
DIODE, DHM3T30
D 309
WA1-5735-000
1
DIODE, 1SS244
D 310
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 311
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 501
WA1-5839-000
1
DIODE, AG01A
D 502
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
D 503
WA1-0887-000
1
DIODE, 1SS270A
DA501
RB2-3981-000
1
HEATSINK
WA1-5794-000
1
DIODE, MA7D50
DA501S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
DA502
WA1-6204-000
1
DIODE, ARRAY, FMX-22S
DA502S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
FH101
WD9-5082-000
1
SOCKET, FUSE
FH102
WD9-5082-000
1
SOCKET, FUSE
FU101
VD7-0644-001
1
FUSE, 250V, 4A
IC202
WA4-6823-000
1
IC, PST591J, RESET
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IC301
WA4-6369-000
1
IC, LA6510, OP AMP
IC302
WA4-0534-000
1
IC, HA17324
IC401
RB2-4046-000
1
HEATSINK
WA4-7058-000
1
IC, A3964SB, DRIVER
RB2-3982-000
1
HEATSINK
IC501
RH4-5376-000
1
IC, STR-Z2755, HYBRID
IC501S1
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
IC501S2
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
IC504
WA4-5277-000
1
IC, UPC1093J-1, REGULATOR
IC505
WA4-5277-000
1
IC, UPC1093J-1, REGULATOR
INL101
RB2-3980-000
1
SHIELD, INLET
WS5-5061-000
1
CONNECTOR, 3P
INL101S
XB2-7400-607
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M4X6
J 102
WS1-5691-000
1
CONNECTOR, 2P
J 103
WT1-5167-000
1
LUG
J 201
VS1-5877-020
1
CONNECTOR, 20P
J 202
RB1-7306-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
J 204
VS1-5517-002
1
CONNECTOR, 2P
J 205
VS1-6223-006
1
CONNECTOR, 6P
J 206
VS1-5517-002
1
CONNECTOR, 2P
J 208
VS1-6222-012
1
CONNECTOR, 12P
J 211
VS1-6222-006
1
CONNECTOR, 6P
J 212
RB1-7306-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
J 303
RB1-7306-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
J 306
RB2-4218-000
1
PLATE
J 401
VS1-5517-004
1
CONNECTOR, 4P
L 101
RH3-0193-000
1
INDUCTOR, SK-08MD-4ZY
L 102
RH3-0238-000
1
INDUCTOR, SS11V-07120B
L 103
RH3-0235-000
1
COIL, CHOKE
L 501
VL7-0270-472
1
INDUCTOR, LHL084R7M
L 502
VL7-0270-472
1
INDUCTOR, LHL084R7M
PC501
WG8-5310-000
1
IC, PC123FY2, PHOTO COUPLER
PC502
WG8-5310-000
1
IC, PC123FY2, PHOTO COUPLER
PS201
WG8-5397-000
1
IC,RPI-574N1,PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
Q 101
RH7-8064-000
1
HEATSINK
TRIAC, 600V, 8A
WA5-5005-000
1
Q 101S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
Q 102
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 103
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 104
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 105
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 201
WA2-5106-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD2213
Q 302
WA2-6511-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD1857
Q 303
RH6-0120-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC4572-RA
Q 304
WA2-6511-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD1857
Q 305
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 307
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 308
WA2-0197-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SC2458Y
Q 501
WA2-0937-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SA1048Y
Q 502
RH7-8072-000
1
HEATSINK
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CD 1A -
CD 1A-11
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Q 502
WA2-6504-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SD2204
Q 502S
XA9-0235-000
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
Q 503
WA2-0937-000
1
TRANSISTOR, 2SA1048Y
R 101
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 102
VR5-6870-151
1
RESISTOR, 150 OHM, 1/4W
R 103
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 104
VR5-5510-620
1
RESISTOR, 62 OHM, 1/4W
R 105
VR5-6870-220
1
RESISTOR, 22 OHM, 1/4W
R 106
VR5-5510-122
1
RESISTOR, 1.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 108
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 109
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 110
VR5-5510-223
1
RESISTOR, 22KOHM, 1/4W
R 111
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 112
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 113
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 114
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 201
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 202
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 203
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 204
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 205
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 206
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 207
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 208
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 209
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 210
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 211
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 212
VR5-5510-333
1
RESISTOR, 33KOHM, 1/4W
R 213
VR5-5510-332
1
RESISTOR, 3.3KOHM, 1/4W
R 214
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 215
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 216
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 217
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 218
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 220
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 221
VR5-5510-153
1
RESISTOR, 15KOHM, 1/4W
R 222
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 223
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 224
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 225
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 226
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 227
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 228
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 229
VR5-5510-331
1
RESISTOR, 330 OHM, 1/4W
R 230
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 232
VR5-6413-481
1
RESISTOR, 3.48KOHM, 1/4W
R 233
VR5-5510-273
1
RESISTOR, 27KOHM, 1/4W
R 235
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 238
VR5-5510-473
1
RESISTOR, 47KOHM, 1/4W
R 239
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
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R 240
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 244
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 247
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 248
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 251
VR5-5510-681
1
RESISTOR, 680 OHM, 1/4W
R 255
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 258
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 259
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 260
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 302
RH6-3857-000
1
RESISTOR, 10MOHM, 0.4W
R 303
RH6-3712-000
1
RESISTOR, 3MOHM, 0.48W
R 304
VR5-1010-154
1
RESISTOR, 150KOHM, 1/2W
R 311
VR5-6413-322
1
RESISTOR, 33.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 312
VR5-5510-270
1
RESISTOR, 27 OHM, 1/4W
R 314
VR5-5510-270
1
RESISTOR, 27 OHM, 1/4W
R 315
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 316
VR7-3750-474
1
RESISTOR, 470KOHM, 1/4W
R 317
VR5-5510-153
1
RESISTOR, 15KOHM, 1/4W
R 318
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 320
VR5-1010-150
1
RESISTOR, 15 OHM, 1/2W
R 321
VR5-6418-253
1
RESISTOR, 825KOHM, 1/4W
R 322
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 323
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 324
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 325
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 326
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 327
VR5-5510-105
1
RESISTOR, 1MOHM, 1/4W
R 328
RH6-3860-000
1
RESISTOR, 100MOHM, 0.4W
R 329
VR5-5510-470
1
RESISTOR, 47 OHM, 1/4W
R 330
VR5-5510-470
1
RESISTOR, 47 OHM, 1/4W
R 333
VR5-6419-532
1
RESISTOR, 95.3KOHM, 1/4W
R 334
VR5-6419-532
1
RESISTOR, 95.3KOHM, 1/4W
R 338
VR5-6413-010
1
RESISTOR, 301 OHM, 1/4W
R 339
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 340
VR5-5510-339
1
RESISTOR, 3.3 OHM, 1/4W
R 341
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 342
VR5-6411-001
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 343
VR5-5510-339
1
RESISTOR, 3.3 OHM, 1/4W
R 344
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 345
VR5-5510-824
1
RESISTOR, 820KOHM, 1/4W
R 346
VR5-5510-104
1
RESISTOR, 100KOHM, 1/4W
R 350
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 351
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 352
RH6-3857-000
1
RESISTOR, 10MOHM, 0.4W
R 353
VR5-6413-011
1
RESISTOR, 3.01KOHM 1/4W
R 354
VR5-6415-231
1
RESISTOR, 5.23KOHM, 1/4W
R 355
VR5-6411-051
1
RESISTOR, 1.05KOHM, 1/4W
R 356
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 358
VR5-5510-102
1
RESISTOR, 1KOHM, 1/4W
R 363
RH6-3900-000
1
RESISTOR, 30MOHM, 0.625W
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R 364
RH6-3900-000
1
RESISTOR, 30MOHM, 0.625W
R 401
VR9-3598-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.68 OHM, 1W
R 402
VR9-3598-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.68 OHM, 1W
R 403
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 404
VR5-5510-103
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 405
VR5-6413-012
1
RESISTOR, 30.1KOHM, 1/4W
R 406
VR5-6411-781
1
RESISTOR, 1.78KOHM, 1/4W
R 407
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 501
VR5-5510-223
1
RESISTOR, 22KOHM, 1/4W
R 505
VR5-5510-101
1
RESISTOR, 100 OHM, 1/4W
R 506
VR5-5510-151
1
RESISTOR, 150 OHM, 1/4W
R 507
VR7-7970-158
1
RESISTOR, 0.15 OHM, 1W
R 509
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 510
VR5-5510-152
1
RESISTOR, 1.5KOHM, 1/4W
R 512
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 513
VR9-5146-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.1 OHM, 1/2W
R 514
VR9-5146-000
1
RESISTOR, 0.1 OHM, 1/2W
R 516
VR5-6412-611
1
RESISTOR, 2.61KOHM, 1/4W
R 517
VR5-5510-221
1
RESISTOR, 220 OHM, 1/4W
R 518
VR5-5510-270
1
RESISTOR, 27 OHM, 1/4W
R 520
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 521
VR5-5510-151
1
RESISTOR, 150 OHM, 1/4W
R 523
VR5-5510-681
1
RESISTOR, 680 OHM, 1/4W
R 524
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 525
VR5-5510-220
1
RESISTOR, 22 OHM, 1/6W
R 526
VR5-5510-220
1
RESISTOR, 22 OHM, 1/6W
R 527
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 528
VR5-5510-122
1
RESISTOR, 1.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 529
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 530
VR5-6412-431
1
RESISTOR, 2.43KOHM, 1/4W
R 534
VR5-5510-470
1
RESISTOR, 47 OHM, 1/4W
R 535
VR5-5510-222
1
RESISTOR, 2.2KOHM, 1/4W
R 536
VR5-5510-472
1
RESISTOR, 4.7KOHM, 1/4W
R 537
VR5-6413-481
1
RESISTOR, 3.48KOHM, 1/4W
R 539
VR5-6411-002
1
RESISTOR, 10KOHM, 1/4W
R 540
VR5-5510-363
1
RESISTOR, 36KOHM, 1/4W
R 541
VR5-5510-363
1
RESISTOR, 36KOHM, 1/4W
R 542
VR5-5510-363
1
RESISTOR, 36KOHM, 1/4W
R 544
VR5-5510-363
1
RESISTOR, 36KOHM, 1/4W
R 545
VR5-5510-363
1
RESISTOR, 36KOHM, 1/4W
R 546
VR5-5510-153
1
RESISTOR, 15KOHM, 1/4W
RL101
WB8-5084-000
1
RELAY
SSR101
WG8-5299-000
1
IC, SOC1044TV, PHOTO TRIAC
SW101
CD 1A-13
PART NUMBER
RB2-4033-000
1
SHIELD, INLET
RH7-6054-000
1
SWITCH, TOGGLE
SW101S
XB2-8300-807
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
SW201
WC2-5311-000
1
SWITCH, TACT
SW301
RH7-6053-000
1
SWITCH, INTERLOCK
TH101
WA8-5010-000
1
THERMISTOR
TH501
WP2-5101-000
1
THERMISTOR
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TH501S
XB2-8300-607
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X6
VZ101
WA8-5351-000
1
VARISTOR, NV470D10U
VZ103
WA8-5124-000
1
VARISTOR
X 201
RH5-0120-000
1
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
ZD301
WA1-6198-000
1
DIODE, ZENER, RD3.0ESAB1
ZD303
WA1-6202-000
1
DIODE, ZENER, RD20ESAB3
ZD306
WA1-6198-000
1
DIODE, ZENER, RD3.0ESAB1
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VR5-5510-472
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WA1-5839-000
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PARTS
CATALOG
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SEPT. 1999
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PREFACE
This Parts Catalog contains listings of parts used in the LBP-800. Diagrams
are provided with the listings to aid the service technician in clearly
identifying the item to be orderd.
Whenever ordering parts, consult this Parts Catalog for all of the
information pertaining to each item. Be sure to include in the Parts Request
the full item description, the item part number, and the quantity. The parts
catalog may be revised if there is significant product modification. For
minor product modifications, a Service Information Bulletin will be issued.
Canon Inc.
Peripheral Products Quality Planning Div.
Peripheral Products Technical Documentation Dept
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LIST OF ORDER AND SERIAL NUMBERS
NAME
REMARKS
LBP-800
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ORDER No.
SERIAL No.
100-127V
R72-8044-000
JKAA 000001-
100-127V
R72-8044-001
JKDA 000001-
220-240V
R72-8048-000
KLJA 000001-
220-240V
R72-8048-001
KLQA 000001-
220-240V
R72-8098-000
KLSA 000001-
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CONTENTS
iv
A.
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
001.
DISK UNIT
100.
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
102.
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
103.
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
104.
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3
105.
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 4
110.
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ASS'Y
330.
FEEDER ASS'Y
900.
PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
B.
NUMERICAL INDEX
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HOW TO USE PARTS LISTS
Assembly Location Diagrams. These diagrams show
the locations of major assemblies of the machine. Their
names are identified in rectangular boxes. Below each box
is the number of the Figure which shows an exploded view
of the assembly.
(6) Serial Number/Remarks. When there are differences in the specifications of power suppply voltage,
frequency, etc., the differences are described in words or
indicated by one two or three letters in front of the serial
number.
Finding a Parts Number. Refer to the Assembly
Location Diagrams and find the Figure Number of the
assembly of interest. Turn to the page(s), locate the part on
the exploded view, and find its Key Number. Refer to the
Parts List on the page facing the exploded view and find
the Key Number, Part Number and quantity required for
your type of machine.
(Example)
Serial number ABC00001
This is the descriptive
indicator.
Note : While looking for a Part Number, pay particular
attention to the voltage listed in the SERIAL
NUMBER/REMARKS columm to ensure that the
Part Number selected is for your type of machine.
Immediate shipping or action regarding the part
depends on using its correct Part Number.
If a model modified and a part is no longer interchangeable,
the serial number of machines for which the part can be
used is shown in this column. If there is no indication the
part can be used with all models.
Numerical Index. There is a Numerical Index at the
end of this catalog; it lists in numerical order every Part
Number contained in the Parts Lists. The Numerical Index
contains the following columns and information.
Parts List pages. The Parts List pages contain the
following columns and information.
(1) Figure and Key Number column. The first column
shows the Figure Number of the illustration corresponding
to the Parts List, and the Key Number that identifies the part
on the illustration.
(2) Part Number. The second column shows the Part
Number for the part. This Number must be used when
ordering replacement parts or assemblies described in the
description column do not have a Part Number and are not
stocked.
Note :
(1) Part Number. The first column shows the Part
Number.
(2) Figure and Key Number column. The second
column lists the Figure and Key Number for each
occurrence of the part in the illustrations.
The last three digits (suffix) of the Parts Number
are called the Revision Number. The Revision
Number is changed if the part is modified.
Information regarding such changes will be provided by Service Information Bulletins. These
Bulletins should be read carefully.
(3) Rank N. Parts marked"N"are service parts, but are
not stock items. They are produced on a special-order basis.
(4) Quantity column. The quantity shown in this
column is the number of parts used in the Figure. However,
the quantity listed for an assembly indicates the number of
that assembly per machine. The letters in this column
indicate that the quantity of a parts is not specified, allowing
the use of the number of parts needed for assembly and that
the quantity cannot be mentioned clearly.
(5) Description column. The Description column lists
the description that should be used when ordering the part.
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FIGURE A
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
FEEDER ASS’Y
330
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ASS’Y
110
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FIGURE 001
DISK UNIT
1
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
001 1
PART NUMBER
R
A
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K
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DESCRIPTION
SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS
NPN
RF DISK UNIT
RG1-3978-000
1
CD-ROM, PRINTER DRIVER
JKDA, KLJA, KLSA
RG1-3979-000
1
CD-ROM, PRINTER DRIVER
JKAA, KLQA
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FIGURE 100
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
5
2
8
501
4
7
6
2A
1C
3
1B
501
1A
1
9C
9
9B
9A
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DESCRIPTION
NPN
RF EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
1
RG5-5214-000
1
FRONT COVER ASS'Y
1A
RB2-4654-000
1
COVER, LED
1B
XA9-0605-000
1
SCREW, M4X8
1C
RB2-4655-000
1
BUTTON, LED
2
RF5-3061-000
1
COVER, REAR
2A
RB2-4660-000
1
COVER, SAFETY
3
RB2-4661-000
1
GUIDE, LEFT
4
RB2-4662-000
1
GUIDE, RIGHT
5
RB2-4665-000
1
TRAY, PICK-UP, SUB
6
RB2-4666-000
1
TRAY, DELIVERY, SUB
7
RG5-5016-000
1
MANUAL FEED TRAY ASS'Y
8
RG5-5017-000
1
MULTI PURPOSE TRAY ASS'Y
9
RG5-5216-000
1
CARTRIDGE COVER ASS'Y
9A
RB2-4637-000
1
LEVER, DEFLECTOR
9B
RG5-5024-000
1
DUCT ASS'Y
9C
XA9-0605-000
2
SCREW, M4X8
501
XB4-7401-007
4
SCREW,TAPPING,PAN HEAD,M4X10
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FIGURE 102
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
501
501
3
19
2
9
18
A
1
B
12
4
13
14
20
15
A
502
21
(J007)
6
7
(M001)
17
11
5
8
10
22
SEE FIGURE 330
501
22
B
501
(J004)
501
(J003)
501
(J211)
SEE FIGURE 110
16
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KEY NO.
102 -
PART NUMBER
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A
N
K
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DESCRIPTION
NPN
RF INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
1
XA9-0605-000
2
SCREW, M4X8
2
RB2-4663-000
1
MOUNT, COVER, LEFT
3
RB2-4664-000
1
MOUNT, COVER, RIGHT
4
RB2-3946-000
1
BUSHING
5
RB2-3951-000
1
ELIMINATOR, STATIC CHARGE
6
RB2-3952-000
1
SPRING, TORSION
7
RB2-3953-000
1
SPRING, TORSION
8
RB2-4054-000
1
SHEET, TRANSFER
9
RB2-4055-000
1
COVER, SAFETY, 3
10
RF5-2825-000
1
PLATE, DRIVE
11
RB2-3959-000
1
SPRING, LEAF, LEFT
12
RB2-4006-000
1
DEFLECTOR
13
RS6-2125-000
1
SPRING, COMPRESSION
14
RS6-0563-000
1
GEAR, 23T
15
RG5-5013-000
1
FACE DOWN DELIVERY GUIDE ASS'Y
16
RG5-4617-000
1
SENSOR CABLE
17
RB2-4042-000
1
SPRING, TORSION
18
RB2-4044-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
19
RF5-2880-000
1
HOLDER, FIXING
20
RB2-4036-000
1
RATCHET
21
RH7-1404-000
1
MOTOR, STEPPING
22
XA9-0779-000
3
SCREW,W/WASHER,M3X6
501
XB4-7401-007
10
SCREW,TAPPING,PAN HEAD,M4X10
502
XB6-7300-609
2
SCREW, TP, M3X6
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M001, J007
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FIGURE 103
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
15A
15
16
2
502
(J208)
503
501
21
(J801)
6
(J802)
4
23
18
504
9
11
10
9
1
24
13
(J601)
22
5
14
8
1
18
(J601)
(J901)
20
19
17
3
23
19
7
12
7
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KEY NO.
103 -
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
NPN
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS
RF INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
1
RG5-4584-000
2
ROLLER HOLDER ASS'Y
2
WT2-5576-000
5
TIE, CABLE
3
RB2-4652-000
1
MOUNT, DISPLAY PCB
4
RG5-4570-000
1
LASER/SCANNER ASS'Y
5
RB2-3943-000
1
SHAFT
6
RB2-3944-000
1
SPRING, LEAF
7
RB2-3945-000
4
FOOT
8
RB2-3949-000
1
CAM
9
RB2-3931-000
2
ROLLER
10
RB2-3932-000
1
PLATE, SCANNER
11
RB2-3930-000
1
SHAFT, ROLLER
12
RG5-4585-020
1
GEAR ASS'Y
13
XA9-0863-000
1
SCREW, RS, M3X6
14
XA9-0605-000
1
SCREW, M4X8
15
RF5-3062-000
1
DUCT, 2
15A
RB2-4641-000
1
SHEET, DUCT
16
RG5-4616-000
1
SCANNER CABLE
J208, J801, J802
17
RG5-5036-000
1
DISPLAY CABLE
J601, J901
18
XA9-0267-000
2
SCREW, TP, M3X6
19
WT2-5041-000
2
TIE, CABLE
20
WT2-5300-000
1
CLIP, CABLE
21
RB2-3904-000
1
DAMPER
22
RB2-4026-000
1
ROLLER
23
XA9-0779-000
2
SCREW,W/WASHER,M3X6
24
RG5-5034-000
1
DISPLAY PCB ASS'Y
501
XB2-7300-607
3
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X6
502
XB4-7401-209
2
SCREW,TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X12
503
XB6-7300-807
4
SCREW, TP, M3X8
504
XB4-7401-007
2
SCREW,TAPPING,PAN HEAD,M4X10
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FIGURE 104
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3
17
16
3
4
6
19
5
11
12
501
7
2
8
18
10
20
9
1
14
501
13
15
15
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KEY NO.
104 -
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
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Y
DESCRIPTION
NPN
RF INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3
1
RB2-3941-000
1
GUIDE, ARM, LEFT
2
RB2-3942-000
1
GUIDE, ARM, RIGHT
3
RB2-3947-000
1
HOLDER, PAD
4
RF5-2832-000
1
ARM, PAD
5
RB2-3960-000
1
FLAG, SENSOR
6
RB2-3961-000
1
SPRING, TORSION
7
RF5-2818-000
1
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, LEFT
8
RF5-2819-000
1
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, RIGHT
9
RF5-2822-000
1
ROLLER, FACE-UP
10
RF5-2830-000
1
ROLLER, FACE-DOWN
11
RS5-2502-000
1
SPRING, COMPRESSION
12
RB2-4016-020
1
STOP, SLIDE
13
RS6-0565-000
1
GEAR, 15T/99T
14
RS6-0567-000
1
GEAR, 46T
15
RS6-0568-000
2
GEAR, 20T
16
RS6-2122-000
1
SPRING, COMPRESSION
17
RG5-4582-060
1
PAPER GUIDE PLATE ASS'Y
18
RG5-5025-000
1
ARM HOLDER ASS'Y LEFT
19
RG5-5026-000
1
ARM HOLDER ASS'Y RIGHT
20
RB2-4219-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
501
XB4-7401-007
3
SCREW,TAPPING,PAN HEAD,M4X10
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FIGURE 105
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 4
502
17
16
18
8D
13
3
4
501
8
8E
5
8B
8C
8A
9
19
20
1
2
11
503
(J702)
(J204)
(SL001)
15
14
7
(J102)
12
10
6
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&
KEY NO.
105 -
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
NPN
RF INTERNAL COMPONENTS 4
1
RF5-2820-020
1
PAD, RUBBER, LEFT
2
RG5-4592-020
1
FIXING PRESSURE ASS'Y, RIGHT
3
RB2-3939-020
1
BUSHING, RIGHT
4
RB2-3940-000
1
SPRING, COMPRESSION
5
RB2-3950-000
1
GUIDE, TRANSFER
6
RB2-3956-000
1
BUSHING, LEFT
7
RB2-3957-000
1
BUSHING, RIGHT
8
RG5-4593-030
1
DELIVERY ASS'Y
8A
RB2-4222-000
2
ROLLER, FACE UP
8B
RB1-7286-000
2
SPRING, WIRE
8C
RB1-7287-000
2
SPRING, WIRE
8D
RB2-4330-000
2
PROTECTOR, WRAP
8E
RB2-4223-000
2
ROLLER, FACE DOWN
9
RF5-2821-020
1
PAD, RUBBER, RIGHT
SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS
10
RF5-2823-020
1
ROLLER, PRESSURE
11
RH7-5227-000
1
SOLENOID
12
RS6-0566-000
1
GEAR, 34T
13
RG5-4657-020
1
TRANSFER ASS'Y
14
RG5-4589-040
1
FIXING FILM ASS'Y
100-127V J102, J702
220-240V J102, J702
RG5-4590-040
1
FIXING FILM ASS'Y
15
RG5-4591-020
1
FIXING PRESSURE ASS'Y, LEFT
16
RB2-3958-000
1
GUIDE, FIXING
17
RS5-9134-000
2
SCREW, STEPPED, M3
18
RS6-2124-000
2
SPRING, COMPRESSION
19
RB2-4432-000
1
SUB GUIDE, RIGHT
20
RB2-4431-000
1
SUB GUIDE, LEFT
501
XB4-7400-805
2
SCREW,TAPPING,TRUSS M4X8
502
XB4-7401-209
2
SCREW,TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X12
503
XB4-7401-007
1
SCREW,TAPPING,PAN HEAD,M4X10
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FIGURE 110
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ASS’Y
5
6
13
4
10
(J007)
7
(J401)
(J201)
(J2)
A
1
(J206)
11
SEE FIGURE 900
1
(J008)
3
2
16
502
A
17
9
12
(J008)
501
15
110-1
8
14
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KEY NO.
110 -
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
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DESCRIPTION
NPN
RF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ASS'Y
1
RB1-7303-000
3
SPACER, PCB
2
RB2-3984-000
1
CASE, PRINTER CONTROLLER
3
RB2-3985-000
1
SHEET, INSULATING
4
RB2-3986-000
1
HOLDER, POWER SWITCH LEVER
SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS
5
RB2-3987-000
1
LEVER, POWER SWITCH
6
RB2-3988-000
1
ROD, SWITCH
7
RH2-5381-000
1
FLAT CABLE
J2, J201
8
VS1-5057-002
1
CONNECTOR, 2P
J008
9
RG5-4599-030
1
DOOR SENSOR ASS'Y
10
RG5-4618-000
1
MOTOR CABLE
J007, J401
11
RG5-4619-000
1
THERMISTOR CABLE
J008, J206
12
RB2-4049-000
1
PLATE, GROUNDING
13
XA9-0951-000
5
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
14
XA9-0267-000
3
SCREW, TP, M3X6
15
RB2-4640-000
1
CASE, INTERFACE CONTROLLER
16
XA9-0951-000
4
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
17
RG1-3984-000
1
INTERFACE CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
501
XB2-7300-607
1
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X6
502
XB1-1300-807
2
SCREW,MACH.,PAN HEAD,M3X8
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FIGURE 330
FEEDER ASS'Y
1
4
2
(PS003)
(J004)
3
(PS002)
(J003)
5
5
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
330 -
330-1
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
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Y
DESCRIPTION
RG5-4581-000
1
FEEDER ASS'Y
1
RB2-3912-000
1
ROLLER
2
RB2-3917-000
1
SPRING, TORSION
3
RB2-3914-000
1
LEVER, REGISTRATION SENSOR
4
RB2-3915-000
1
LEVER, PAPER SENSOR
5
WG8-5362-000
2
IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER
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PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
1
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
900 1
PART NUMBER
R
A
N
K
Q'
T
Y
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS
NPN
RF PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
RG5-5027-000
1
ENGINE CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
100-127V
RG9-1411-000
1
ENGINE CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
220-240V
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B
PART NUMBER
RB1-7286-000
RB1-7287-000
RB1-7303-000
RB2-3904-000
RB2-3912-000
RB2-3914-000
RB2-3915-000
RB2-3917-000
RB2-3930-000
RB2-3931-000
RB2-3932-000
RB2-3939-020
RB2-3940-000
RB2-3941-000
RB2-3942-000
RB2-3943-000
RB2-3944-000
RB2-3945-000
RB2-3946-000
RB2-3947-000
RB2-3949-000
RB2-3950-000
RB2-3951-000
RB2-3952-000
RB2-3953-000
RB2-3956-000
RB2-3957-000
RB2-3958-000
RB2-3959-000
RB2-3960-000
RB2-3961-000
RB2-3984-000
RB2-3985-000
RB2-3986-000
RB2-3987-000
RB2-3988-000
RB2-4006-000
RB2-4016-020
RB2-4026-000
RB2-4036-000
RB2-4042-000
RB2-4044-000
RB2-4049-000
RB2-4054-000
RB2-4055-000
RB2-4219-000
RB2-4222-000
RB2-4223-000
RB2-4330-000
RB2-4431-000
RB2-4432-000
RB2-4637-000
RB2-4640-000
RB2-4641-000
RB2-4652-000
RB2-4654-000
RB2-4655-000
RB2-4660-000
RB2-4661-000
RB2-4662-000
RB2-4663-000
RB2-4664-000
RB2-4665-000
RB2-4666-000
RF5-2818-000
RF5-2819-000
RF5-2820-020
RF5-2821-020
RF5-2822-000
RF5-2823-020
RF5-2825-000
RF5-2830-000
RF5-2832-000
RF5-2880-000
RF5-3061-000
RF5-3062-000
RG1-3978-000
RG1-3979-000
RG1-3984-000
RG5-4570-000
RG5-4581-000
RG5-4582-060
RG5-4584-000
RG5-4585-020
RG5-4589-040
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
105
105
110
103
330
330
330
330
103
103
103
105
105
104
104
103
103
103
102
104
103
105
102
102
102
105
105
105
102
104
104
110
110
110
110
110
102
104
103
102
102
102
110
102
102
104
105
105
105
105
105
100
110
103
103
100
100
100
100
100
102
102
100
100
104
104
105
105
104
105
102
104
104
102
100
103
001
001
110
103
330
104
103
103
105
COPYRIGHT
-
C
8B
8C
1
21
1
3
4
2
11
9
10
3
4
1
2
5
6
7
4
3
8
5
5
6
7
6
7
16
11
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
12
12
22
20
17
18
12
8
9
20
8A
8E
8D
20
19
9A
15
15A
3
1A
1C
2A
3
4
2
3
5
6
7
8
1
9
9
10
10
10
4
19
2
15
1
1
17
4
NUMERICAL INDEX
PART NUMBER
RG5-4590-040
RG5-4591-020
RG5-4592-020
RG5-4593-030
RG5-4599-030
RG5-4616-000
RG5-4617-000
RG5-4618-000
RG5-4619-000
RG5-4657-020
RG5-5013-000
RG5-5016-000
RG5-5017-000
RG5-5024-000
RG5-5025-000
RG5-5026-000
RG5-5027-000
RG5-5034-000
RG5-5036-000
RG5-5214-000
RG5-5216-000
RG9-1411-000
RH2-5381-000
RH7-1404-000
RH7-5227-000
RS5-2502-000
RS5-9134-000
RS6-0563-000
RS6-0565-000
RS6-0566-000
RS6-0567-000
RS6-0568-000
RS6-2122-000
RS6-2124-000
RS6-2125-000
VS1-5057-002
WG8-5362-000
WT2-5041-000
WT2-5300-000
WT2-5576-000
XA9-0267-000
XA9-0605-000
XA9-0779-000
XA9-0863-000
XA9-0951-000
XB1-1300-807
XB2-7300-607
XB4-7400-805
XB4-7401-007
XB4-7401-209
XB6-7300-609
XB6-7300-807
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
105
105
105
105
110
103
102
110
110
105
102
100
100
100
104
104
900
103
103
100
100
900
110
102
105
104
105
102
104
105
104
104
104
105
102
110
330
103
103
103
103
110
100
100
102
103
102
103
103
110
110
110
103
110
105
100
102
103
104
105
103
105
102
103
-
PART NUMBER
FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
14
15
2
8
9
16
16
10
11
13
15
7
8
9B
18
19
1
24
17
1
9
1
7
21
11
11
17
14
13
12
14
15
16
18
13
8
5
19
20
2
18
14
1B
9C
1
14
22
23
13
13
16
502
501
501
501
501
501
504
501
503
502
502
502
503
17
1
12
14
1999 CANON INC.
CANON LBP-800 REV.0 SEPT. 1999 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPON]
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