Canon FAX L1000 Technical information

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FAX-L1000
FAX-L1000
FAX-L1000
FAX-L1000
FAX-L1000
FAX-L1000
OPTION MEMORY VII (4MB)
VERIFICATION STAMP UNIT1
YELLOW INK TO REFILL
FOR VERIFICATION STAMP
PAPER FEED UNIT PF-52
ENVELOPE FEEDER EF-52
DUPLEX UNIT DU-52
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit
RAM DIMM MODULE
FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit
FAX-L1000 Network
Printer Upgrade kit
FEB. 2000
COPYRIGHT © 2000 CANON INC.
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H12-3372
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230V
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R73-5004
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HY8-10AN-000
CANON FAX-L1000 FEB. 2000 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON)
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Copyright © 2000 by Canon Inc.
CANON INC.
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I. MEANINGS OF MARKS
The marks used in this manual have the following meanings.
Mark
Meaning
Indicates a general caution or warning, or otherwise to communicate the
presence of a hazard.
Warns of the possibility of an electric shock.
Informs you of fire-related cautions.
Warns against disassembly of parts.
Informs you that the plug must be removed from the power outlet before
starting an operation.
Gives useful information to understand descriptions.
NOTE
Indicates sections to be read to obtain more detailed information.
REFERENCE
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II. ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual consists of the following five chapters, each providing appropriate information
needed to service the product.
Chapter 1: Safety and Precautions
Provides cautions and warnings needed when servicing the product while ensuring safety, and
explains the protective functions built into the product.
Be sure to go through the descriptions.
Chapter 2: Operating Instructions
Shows how to operate the product correctly, while explaining how to use service data and
switches needed for service work.
Chapter 3: Technical Reference
Offers an outline of the product and explains its mechanisms and new features so as to
provide a technical understanding of the product.
Chapter 4: Maintenance and Service
Contains information needed to ensure the performance of the product, including adjustments
to make during assembly as well as troubleshooting.
Chapter 5: Appendix
Contains information needed for installation, including descriptions related to options.
• For more details of user operations and user reports, see the separate volume
of USER’S GUIDE.
REFERENCE
• Procedures for assembly/disassembly are not given in this manual. See the
illustrations in the separate volume of PARTS CATALOG.
• Detailed description of each SSSW/parameter is not given in this manual
except the new SSSWs/parameters added to this fax.
As necessary, see G3 Facsimile SERVICE DATA HANDBOOK (Rev. 0).
• Detailed description of each error code is not given in this manual except the
new error codes added to this fax. As necessary, see G3 Facsimile Error
Code List (Rev. 1) .
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III. REVISION HISTORY
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IV. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Safety and Precautions
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1. DANGER TO PERSONNEL
1.1 Electric Shock
1.1.1 AC line (AC 230V household current)
1.1.2 Telephone line
1.1.3 Printer high voltage terminal
1.2 High Temperature Parts
1.3 Fire
1.4 Moving and Rotating Parts
1.5 Laser Beams
2. DANGER TO EQUIPMENT
2.1 Handling the FAX
2.2 Storage and Handling of FX6 Toner Cartridge
2.2.1 Before unsealing the box
2.2.2 Storing unsealed parts
2.2.3 Storage environment
2.2.4 Effective life
2.2.5 Handling
2.3 Precautions when Servicing
2.3.1 Damage due to electrostatic discharge
2.3.2 Lubrication points
2.3.3 Scanner section
2.3.4 Printer section
2.3.5 Paper load section
2.3.6 Control boards
2.3.7 Replacing ROM
3. PRECAUTIONS FOR DATA PROTECTION
3.1 Battery-backed up Data
3.2 Backed up by Rechargeable Battery
3.2.1 Data backed up by rechargeable battery
3.2.2 Reception image data transfer
3.3 Backed up by Lithium Battery
3.3.1 Data backed up by the lithium battery
3.3.2 Printing the lithium battery backup data list
3.4 Data clear/initialization using Service Operation
3.5 Master Password
3.6 What to do when a Problem Occurs (All clear)
4. PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS
4.1 Reception Image Data Transfer Function
4.2 Data Battery Backup Function
4.3 Built-in Safety Measures
4.3.1 Overcurrent protection
4.3.2 Lightning protection
4.3.3 Power leakage protection
5. QUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION WORK
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Chapter 2: Operating Instructions
1. NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
1.1 Main Unit Overview
1.2 Operation Panel
2. BASIC OPERATION
2.1 Copying
2.2 Telephone (Only possible where a handset or telephone are
connected)
2.3 Transmission
2.4 Reception
3. SERVICE OPERATION FUNCTIONS
3.1 Report Output Function
3.1.1 User report output functions
3.1.2 Service report output functions
3.2 User Data Flowchart
3.3 Service Switches
3.3.1 Hardware switches
3.3.2 Service data setting
3.3.3 Service data registration/setting method
3.3.4 Service data flowchart
3.3.5 Explanation of SSSW (Service Soft Switch Settings)
3.3.6 New SSSWs/parameters added to this model
3.4 Test Functions
3.4.1 Test mode overview
3.4.2 Test mode flowchart
3.4.3 D-RAM tests
3.4.4 Print test
3.4.5 Modem and NCU tests
3.4.6 AGING test
3.4.7 Faculty tests
3.4.8 ISDN test
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Chapter 3: Technical Reference
1. SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Facsimile overview
1.1.2 Option overview
1.2 Configuration and Structure
1.2.1 Product names
1.2.2 External view
1.2.3 Configuration
1.3 Specifications and Functions
1.3.1 Basic specifications
1.3.2 Communications specifications
1.3.3 Scanner section specifications
1.3.4 Printer section specifications
1.3.5 Functions
2. THEORY OF OPERATIONS
2.1 Product Overview
2.1.1 Fax main unit
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2.1.3 Consumables
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2.2 Mechanical Overview
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2.2.1 Unit layout diagrams
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2.2.2 Document and recording paper flow
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2.2.3 Drive system layout
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2.2.4 Electrical system layout
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2.3 Scanner Section
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2.3.1 Document feed section
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2.3.2 Optical section
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2.4 Paper Load Section
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2.5 Printer Section
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2.5.1 Paper feed/eject section
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2.5.2 LASER/Scanner section
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2.5.3 Toner cartridge
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2.5.4 Transfer/Separation section
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2.5.5 Fixing section
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2.6 Circuit Overview
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2.6.1 SCNT board function block diagram
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2.6.2 Functions
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2.6.3 ECNT board function block diagra
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2.6.4 Functions
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2.6.5 SCNT board component block diagram
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2.6.6 ECNT board component block diagram
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2.6.7 Flow of image signals
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3.1 High-speed Transmission
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3.1.1 V.8/V.34 protocol
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3.2 JBIG Image Compression Encoding Method
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3.2.1 Outline of the JBIG Image Compression Encoding Method
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3.2.2 Single Progression Sequential Bi-level Image Compression Method
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3.2.3 Encoding Method
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3.2.4 Construction of image data with JBIG Image Compression
Encoding
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3.2.5 Explanation of Bi-level Image Header section (BIH)
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3.2.6 Explanation and parameters for each symbol used in BIH
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3.2.7 Explanation of Bi-level Image Data (BID) section
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3.2.8 Explanation and parameters for each symbol used in BID
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3.3 Energy Save Standby (ESS)
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Chapter 4: Maintenance and Service
1. MAINTENANCE
1.1 Maintenance Items
1.1.1 Consumables
1.1.2 Cleaning
1.1.3 Periodic inspections
1.1.4 Periodic replacement parts
1.2 Tools
1.2.1 General tools
1.2.2 Special tools
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2. CONSUMABLES REPLACEMENT
2.1 Toner Cartridge
2.2 Recording Paper
2.3 Stamp Ink
3. CLEANING
3.1 Main Unit
3.2 Document Pick-up Roller
3.3 Separation Roller (Upper)
3.4 Separation Roller (Lower)
3.5 Scanning Glass (Contact Sensor)
3.6 White Sheet
3.7 Document Feed Roller 1
3.8 Document Feed Roller 2
3.9 Document Eject Roller
3.10 Transfer Guide
3.11 Transfer Charging Roller
3.12 Cassette Pick-Up Roller/Feed Roller/Separation Roller
3.13 Multi-Purpose Tray Pick-Up Roller/Separation Pad
3.14 Feed Roller
3.15 Pre-Transfer Roller and Registration Arm
3.16 Paper Feed Belt and Paper Feed Guide
3.17 Fixing Unit Entrance Guide
3.18 Fixing Film
3.19 Face-Up Deflector, Fixing Delivery Roller and Lower Paper
Delivery Guide
4. ADJUSTMENT
4.1 Parts Replacement
4.2 Points to Grease
4.3 Adjustment items
4.4 Leading Edge Margin Adjustment
5. TROUBLESHOOTING
5.1 Troubleshooting
5.1.1 Repairs
5.1.2 Precautions for troubleshooting
5.2 Error Shown on the Display
5.2.1 User error message
5.2.2 Error codes
5.3 Errors not Shown on the Display
6. WIRING DIAGRAM
6.1 Wiring Diagram
6.2 Signal Description
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Chapter 5: Appendix
1. INSTALLATION
1.1 Setting up the Fax
1.2 Unpacking
1.3 Removing the Shipping Material
1.4 Assembling the Fax
1.5 Checking Operations
1.6 Moving the Fax Unit
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2. SERVICE TOOLS
2.1 Printer Driver Tester
2.1.1 Outline
2.1.2 Explanation of LEDs and Switches
2.1.3. Operation
3. OPTION
3.1 Option Memory VII (4M-BYTE)
3.1.1 Safety and precautions
3.1.2 Service operations
3.1.3 Technical information
3.1.4 Maintenance and service
3.2 Verification Stamp Unit
3.2.1 Service operations
3.2.2 Maintenance and service
3.3 Paper Feed Unit PF-52
3.3.1 Safety and precautions
3.3.2 Service operations
3.3.3 Technical information
3.3.4 Operations
3.3.5 Maintenance and service
3.3.6 Recording Paper Size Priority
3.4 Envelope Feeder EF-52
3.4.1 Service operations
3.4.2 Technical information
3.4.3 Operation
3.4.4 Maintenance and service
3.4.5 Installation Position Adjustment of Separation Guide of Envelope
Feeder (adjustment of gap between separation guide and lower
separation roller)
3.4.6 Installation Position Adjustment of Envelope Multiple Feed Sensor
3.5 Duplex Unit DU-52
3.5.1 Service operations
3.5.2 Technical information
3.5.3 Operation
3.5.4 Maintenance and service
3.6 FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit
3.6.1 Safety and precautions
3.6.2 Service operations
3.6.3 Technical information
3.6.4 G4 board components
3.6.5 Flow of Image Signals
3.6.6 ISDN Protocol Messages
3.6.7 Maintenance and service
3.7 FAX-L1000 Network Printer Upgrade kit
3.7.1 Safety and precautions
3.7.2 Service operations
3.7.3 Technical information
3.7.4 Maintenance and Service
3.8 FAX-L1000 PostScript kit
3.8.1 Safety and precautions
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3.8.2 Service operations
3.8.3 Technical Information
3.8.4 Maintenance and service
3.9 RAM DIMM Module
3.9.1 Safety and precautions
3.9.2 Service operations
3.9.3 Technical informations
3.9.4 Maintenance and service
3.10 FAX-L1000 Printer kit
3.10.1 Safety and precautions
3.10.2 Service operations
3.10.3 Technical informations
3.10.4 Maintenance and service
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V. ILLUSTRATION INDEX
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1 - 1 Printer High Voltage Terminal
1 - 2 High Temperature Parts
1 - 3 Moving and Rotating Parts
1 - 4 LASER beam warning label
1 - 5 Laser Shutter
1 - 6 Precautions 1
1 - 7 Precautions 2
1 - 8 Proper Way to Shake Cartridge
1 - 9 Cautions for Handling
1 - 10 Printer Section
1 - 11 Pickup Roller Initial Position
1 - 12 Lithium / Rechargeable Battery and Jumper Plugs
1 - 13 Reception Image Data Transfer Method
1 - 14 All Clear
1 - 1 Environmental conditions
Chapter 2: Operating Instructions
Figure 2 - 1 Front View
Figure 2 - 2 Rear View
Figure 2 - 3 Operation Panel 1
Figure 2 - 4 Operation Panel 2
Figure 2 - 5 Operation Panel 3
Figure 2 - 6 Display for document set
Figure 2 - 7 Document Guides Adjustment
Figure 2 - 8 Document Load Limit
Figure 2 - 9 Memory Clear List
Figure 2 - 10 System Data List (1/7)
Figure 2 - 11 System Data List (2/7)
Figure 2 - 12 System Data List (3/7)
Figure 2 - 13 System Data List (4/7)
Figure 2 - 14 System Data List (5/7)
Figure 2 - 15 System Data List (6/7)
Figure 2 - 16 System Data List (7/7)
Figure 2 - 17 System Dump List (1/2)
Figure 2 - 18 System Dump List (2/2)
Figure 2 - 19 Service Error Activity Report
Figure 2 - 20 User Menu Settings (1/13)
Figure 2 - 21 User Menu Settings (2/13)
Figure 2 - 22 User Menu Settings (3/13)
Figure 2 - 23 User Menu Settings (4/13)
Figure 2 - 24 User Menu Settings (5/13)
Figure 2 - 25 User Menu Settings (6/13)
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Figure 2 - 27 User Menu Settings (8/13)
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User Menu Settings (13/13)
Slide Switch Location on NCU Board
Slide Switch Setting
Service Data Setting Method
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Service Data (6/6)
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How to Read Bit Switch Tables
Test Mode (1/2)
Test Mode (2/2)
D-RAM Test
Print Pattern Check
Tonal and DTMF Signal Reception Tests
Sensor Tests
Toner Sensor
Stamp Test
Operation Panel
Chapter 3: Technical Reference
Figure 3 - 1 External View
Figure 3 - 2 Scanning Range
Figure 3 - 3 Printing Range
Figure 3 - 4 Product Overview
Figure 3 - 5 Paper Path
Figure 3 - 6 Drive System Layout
Figure 3 - 7 Electrical System Layout
Figure 3 - 8 Arrangement of Sensors
Figure 3 - 9 Document Feed Section
Figure 3 - 10 Stopper Movement
Figure 3 - 11 Contact Sensor
Figure 3 - 12 Cassette Paper Loading
Figure 3 - 13 Paper Size Detection Configuration (Paper feeder)
Figure 3 - 14 Paper Size Detection Configuration (Option paper feed
unit PF-52)
Figure 3 - 15 Printer Section
Figure 3 - 16 Paper Feed/Eject Section
Figure 3 - 17 LASER/Scanner Section
Figure 3 - 18 Toner Cartridge
Figure 3 - 19 Surface Potential
Figure 3 - 20 Primary Charging
Figure 3 - 21 Laser Beam Exposure
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Drum Cleaning
High Voltage Terminals
Transfer
Separation
Fixing section
Function Block Diagram (1)
Function Block Diagram (2)
Component Block Diagram (1)
Component Block Diagram (2)
Transmission
Reception
Typical Protocol
Late Start
Between-page Sequence
Mode Change
Image Transmission Speed Change from the Receiver
Image Transmission Speed Change from the
Transmitter
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3 - 43 Model Templates
3 - 44 Positions of Pixels in Model Template
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3 - 46 Study Table Study Example 2
3 - 47 Arithmetic Encoding Conceptual Diagram
3 - 48 When Predictions are Continually Accurate
3 - 49 Construction of JBIG Image Data
3 - 50 BIE Construction Diagram
3 - 51 BIH Construction Diagram
3 - 52 BID Construction Diagram
3 - 53 System Block Diagram
3 - 1 Study Table (Initial values)
3 - 2 Probability Estimation Table
Chapter 4: Maintenance and Service
Figure 4 - 1 Refilling the Stamp Ink 1
Figure 4 - 2 Refilling the Stamp Ink 2
Figure 4 - 3 Refilling the Stamp Ink 3
Figure 4 - 4 Cleaning Location 1
Figure 4 - 5 Cleaning Location 2
Figure 4 - 6 Preparation for Cleaning 1
Figure 4 - 7 Preparation for Cleaning 2
Figure 4 - 8 Cleaning Location 1
Figure 4 - 9 Cleaning Location 2
Figure 4 - 10 Cleaning Location 3
Figure 4 - 11 Preparation for Cleaning
Figure 4 - 12 Cleaning Location
Figure 4 - 13 Preparation for Cleaning 1
Figure 4 - 14 Preparation for Cleaning 2
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Leading Edge Margin Adjustment
Service Error Code Display
Faulty Print Samples
Fixing Nip Width
Wiring Diagram (1)
Wiring Diagram (2)
Wiring Diagram (3)
Chapter 5: Appendix
Figure 5 - 1 All Clear
Figure 5 - 2 Copy Operation
Figure 5 - 3 Printer Driver Tester
Figure 5 - 4 LEDs and Switches
Figure 5 - 5 Connect Printer Driver Tester
Figure 5 - 6 External View
Figure 5 - 7 Preparations for Installation 1
Figure 5 - 8 Preparations for Installation 2
Figure 5 - 9 DRAM Boards Installation (1)
Figure 5 - 10 DRAM Boards Installation (2)
Figure 5 - 11 Flowchart of D-RAM test 1
Figure 5 - 12 D-RAM Board Installation Check
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Attachment to the Main Unit 1
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Flowchart of Changing SSSW
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Arrangement of Switches
Electrical Circuit Section
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FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit Installation
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit (Option) Installation
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All Clear Operation
ROM Version Check
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Chapter 1
Safety and
Precautions
FAX-L1000 Chapter 1: Safety and Precautions
1. DANGER TO PERSONNEL
1.1 Electric Shock
Precautions
Before disassembling the fax, carry out the following to prevent electric
shock:
(1) Disconnect the power cord from the outlet.
(2) Disconnect the modular jack cord (telephone line) from the fax.
Precautions when servicing the fax with the power on
When you must service the fax with the power cord plugged in, you must not
ground your body with grounding wrist straps.
This is to prevent electricity passing to your body.
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1.1.1 AC line (AC 230V household current)
Power supply unit (primary side)
The AC 230V is supplied to the primary side of the power supply unit when the power cord
is plugged in.
1.1.2 Telephone line
NCU board (primary side)
When connected to the telephone line, a line voltage of approx. DC 48V is supplied to the
fax from the telephone line.
And when the ringing signal is received, approx. AC 90Vrms is supplied.
1.1.3 Printer high voltage terminal
When the printer cover sensor is pressed with the printer cover closed, voltage of approx. AC
1600V p-p maximum is supplied to the printer high voltage terminal. When you press the
printer cover sensor, be careful not to touch the high voltage terminal.
High voltage terminal
Printer cover
Printer cover sensor
Figure 1-1 Printer High Voltage Terminal
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1.2 High Temperature Parts
Precautions
To prevent burns while disassembling the fax, disconnect the power cord at
least 10 minutes before starting disassembly, to allow high temperature parts
to cool down.
How to treat burns
Heat of about 122°F (50°C) or more causes burns. Also, the longer the
contact, the more severe the burn.
When treating a burn, the first minute after receiving the burn is the most
important. Cool the burn immediately with cold running water. In the case of
a serious burn, seek medical attention immediately.
The temperatures of the parts shown below become more than 50°C during operation.
Be Careful not to burn yourself on any of these parts during servicing.
Read motor
Power supply unit (heatsink)
Fixing ass'y
SCNT board (heatsink)
Main motor
ECNT board (heatsink)
Figure 1-2 High Temperature Parts
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1.3 Fire
Danger
Do not throw the lithium battery or the toner cartridge into fire.
Lithium battery
The lithium battery contain lithium, organic solvents and other combustible
substances. If the lithium battery is thrown into fires, it may rupture and burn
fiercely.
Toner
The toner in the toner cartridge contains flammable substances.
The danger of fire exists with toner scattered around in a tightly-closed room.
Follow local applicable laws and regulations when disposing of the lithium battery or the
toner cartridge.
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1.4 Moving and Rotating Parts
Precautions
To prevent accidents involving moving or rotating parts during servicing, that
disconnect the power cord before starting disassembly.
When you must service the fax with the power cord plugged in, you must not
wear bracelets, necklaces, neckties, or other objects. Also, take care to prevent
hair and other articles of clothing from becoming entangled.
The fax is provided with a protection function which stops moving and
rotating parts in the printer, when the printer cover is opened during operation.
However, if these sensors have to be moved when carrying out servicing with
the power cord plugged in, moving and rotating parts will operate even with
these covers open.
NOTE
Since this fax does not have a sensor to detect when the right cover or left
cover is removed, even if you open the front cover or rear cover while this fax
is operating, the gears and rollers continue to move.
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Read motor
Separation roller (Upper)
Main motor
Multi-purpose tray
pickup solenoid
Multi-purpose tray
pickup roller
Document feed roller
Document eject roller
DC motor
Pressure roller
Cassette pickup roller
Separation roller (Upper)
Separation roller (Lower)
Pick-up roller
Document eject roller
Read motor
Document feed roller
Solenoid
Face-down delivery roller
Transfer charging roller
Pre-transfer roller
Multi-purpose tray
pickup solenoid
Paper feed roller
Fixing eject roller
Main motor
Pressure roller
Multi-porpose tray
pickup roller
Feed roller
Feed roller clutch
Cassette pickup roller
Cassette feed roller
Cassette pickup solenoid
Figure 1-3 Moving and Rotating Parts
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1.5 Laser Beams
This fax is a Class 1 Laser Product as defined in the EN60825 (IEC825) Radiation Safety of
laser products, equipment classification, requirements and user’s guide. This means that this
product uses lasers that do not radiate dangerous laser beam and conforms to the regulations
because the laser beam does not affect the user during operations.
Warning
If the LASER light gets in your eyes, it will damage the retina. Figure 1-4 is a
LASER beam warning label which is placed on the LASER/scanner unit.
Always remain within the contents of this manual when servicing, and do not
carry out any other maintenance. Within the range of service work in this
manual, you will not be exposed to dangerous LASER light.
Figure 1-4 LASER beam warning label
Disassembly Prohibited
Never disassemble or alter the printer section laser/scanner unit. There is no
servicing that requires you to disassemble the laser/scanner unit.
NOTE
Safety Mechanism
This fax is designed with a structure such that the laser shutter only opens
when the toner cartridge has been inserted into this fax. This keeps the laser
from operating other than during normal operations.
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Laser/Scanner unit
Laser light
Laser shutter
FX6 toner cartridge
Figure 1-5 Laser Shutter
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2. DANGER TO EQUIPMENT
2.1 Handling the FAX
General Precautions
❏ TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY, NEVER DISASSEMBLE
THE FAX. EXPOSED POWER POINTS INSIDE THE
FAX CAN CAUSE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF YOU
TOUCH THEM.
❏ After you unplug the fax unit, always wait at least 5
seconds before you plug it in again. Always unplug before
you move the fax.
❏ During electrical storms, disconnect the plug from the
power outlet. The fax can hold documents in the memory
for up to 12 hours.
❏ Before you attach or remove the plug from the power
outlet, make sure your hands are dry.
❏ Do not stack boxes or furniture around the power outlet.
Keep the area open so you can reach the outlet quickly. If
you notice anything unusual (smoke, strange odors,
noises) around the fax, turn the fax off immediately and
unplug it. Call for service.
Figure 1-6 Precautions 1
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❏ Before you transport the fax, remove the cartridge. To
protect the cartridge from bright light, cover it with its
original protective bag or a cloth.
❏ Keep liquids, cleaners, and other solvents away from the
fax unit. Keep metal pins, paper clips, staples and other
objects away from the fax. If something falls into the fax
unit, remove the plug from the power outlet, and call for
service.
❏ Do not set the fax unit, other equipment, or furniture on
the power cord. Never knot the power cord or wrap it
around another object.
❏ To avoid paper jams, never unplug the power cord, open
the printer cover or remove a paper cassette during
printing.
Figure 1-7 Precautions 2
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2.2 Storage and Handling of FX6 Toner Cartridge
Whether the cartridge is still sealed in its box or installed in the printer, the effect of the natural
environment will change it over time regardless of the number of prints. As the progression of
this natural change depends on the storage or installation environment, take sufficient care in
storing and handling the cartridges.
2.2.1 Before unsealing the box
When the cartridge is stored in a warehouse, workshop, etc., be sure to keep it within the
ranges shown in Table 1-1. Note the following points:
a) Avoid locations in direct sunlight.
b) Do not leave in areas exposed to strong vibration.
c) Do not bump or drop.
Relative humidity
Temperature
Table 1-1 Environmental conditions
Normal (total storage time ×9/10)
Severe (total storage
time × 1/10)
0 °C to 35°C
(32°F to 95°F)
High
35 °C to 40°C
(95°F to 104°F)
Low
–20°C to 0°C
(-4°F to 32°F)
Temperature change (within 3
minutes or so)
40°C→15°C
(104°F to 59°F)
–20°C→25°C
(-4°F to 77°F)
Normal (total storage time ×
9/10)
35 to 85% RH
Severe (total storage
time 1/10)
High
85 to 95% RH
Low
10 to 35% RH
613 to 1013 hPa
(460 to 760 mmHg)
Air pressure
Total storage time is the valid time span following the manufacture date
displayed on the cartridge box.
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2.2.2 Storing unsealed parts
As an organic photoconductor (OPC) is used in the photosensitive drum, it will deteriorate if
exposed to strong light. As there is also toner in the cartridge, be sure to explain to the
customer the need to be careful in handling and storing unsealed cartridges.
2.2.3 Storage environment
a) Be sure to store in the protective bag.
b) Avoid locations exposed to direct sunlight, near windows, etc. Do not leave the cartridge
in cars for any extended period of time as heat can damage it.
c) Avoid high, low, and changeable temperature/humidity locations.
d) Avoid sites with corrosive gases (pesticides) or salt in the air.
e) Store the cartridge within a range of 0°C (32°F) to 35°C (95°F).
f) Do not place the cartridge near CRT displays, disk drives, or floppy disks.
g) Store the cartridges out of reach of children.
2.2.4 Effective life
Cartridges are effective for 2.5 years following the date of manufacture, which is displayed in
an abbreviated form on the cartridge. The cartridge life span is also displayed (month and
year) on the cartridge box as 2.5 years from the date of manufacture. Cartridges should be
used within their life spans, as image quality will deteriorate after the expiry date.
2.2.5 Handling
(1) When loading a new cartridge into the printer, or when blank spots appear on output
images due to uneven distribution of the toner during use, hold the cartridge at each end
as shown in the figure below. Slowly rock it 5 to 6 times at a 45-degree angle to evenly
distribute the toner, and reload it into the printer. Do not shake the cartridge in any other
ways, as toner may leak from the developing cylinder or the cleaning unit.
Figure 1-8 Proper Way to Shake Cartridge
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After loading the cartridge in the printer, print 3 to 5 sheets of test patterns and check
for toner leakage to prevent output image from dirt.
(2) Remove the cartridge from the printer before transporting it. During transportation, the
cartridge must be kept in the protective bag or thick cloth to prevent direct exposure to
light.
(3) Avoid placing the cartridge near CRT displays, disk drives or floppy disks, as the
magnetism generated by the cartridge may destroy the data.
(4) As the photosensitive drum is sensitive to strong light, do not expose the cartridge to
direct sunlight or strong light. If it is exposed to strong light, blank spots or black lines
may appear on images. In such cases, stop the printer for a while. However, these
problems may still remain if the drum has been exposed to strong light for an extended
period of time.
(5) Do not open the photosensitive drum protective shutter by hand nor touch the drum
surface. Do not clean the drum.
(6) Do not stand the cartridge nor upside down. Always place it so that the label side faces
upward.
(7) Do not disassemble the cartridge.
Protective Shutter
Figure 1-9 Cautions for Handling
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2.3 Precautions when Servicing
2.3.1 Damage due to electrostatic discharge
This fax contains contact sensor and printed circuit boards that use many electrical
components such as ROM, RAM and custom ICs. A static charge can damage these
components, so, care must be taken to prevent damage caused by electrostatic discharge when
disassembling the fax.
Static electricity
Electrostatic discharge damages electronic components and alters their electrical
characteristics. Even plastic tools and hands without grounding wrist straps will
generate enough static electricity to damage electronic components.
The following equipment is needed to prevent electrostatic discharge damage:
• An earthed conductive mat
• Grounding wrist straps
• Alligator clip cable for earthing metal parts on the fax
Carry out the following countermeasures if the above equipment is not available, (for
example, during on-site servicing):
• Use an anti-static bag for storing or carrying printed circuit boards or electronic devices.
• Avoid wearing silk or polyester clothing, or leather-soled shoes. Wear cotton clothing and
rubber-soled shoes.
• Avoid servicing the fax in carpeted rooms.
• Before starting servicing, touch grounded earth terminals to discharge any static electricity
charges.
• Wear grounding wrist straps, and earth metal parts on the machine.
• Handle printed circuit boards and electronic devices by their edges and packages. Do not
directly touch terminals of electronic devices with your fingers.
Electric shock when carrying out work with the fax turned on
When you must service the fax with the power cord plugged in, you must not
ground your body with grounding wrist straps. This is to prevent electricity
passing to your body and causing electric shock.
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2.3.2 Lubrication points
Do not touch the greased parts. If you do, the grease (applied for smooth operation of the
printer mechanism and to increase electrical conductivity) will come off.
Use only specified grease.
If you use other grease, the grease may oxidize, and weaken plastic parts.
If you accidentally touch a greased part and grease comes off, reapply the
grease, see the PARTS CATALOG (supplied separately).
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2.3.3 Scanner section
a) Contact sensor
Handle the contact sensor carefully to avoid scratching or dirtying its scanning surface.
Scratches or dirt on the scanning surface can cause vertical stripes or other defects to appear
in the scanned image.
Also, if the contact sensor scanning section is exposed to external light for prolonged
periods, its characteristics deteriorate, resulting in blackish scanned images. During
servicing, do not expose the contact sensor scanning section to external light for prolonged
periods.
b) Auto document feeder (ADF) rollers
Handle the ADF section rollers to avoid scratching or dirtying them. If they are scratched or
dirtied, vertical stripes or other defects may occur in the scanned image and the document
may jam.
If the roller is dirtied, clean it with a soft, dry cloth.
c) Plastic film
Do not modify the plastic film (white sheet unit) which presses down the document in the
middle frame unit of the reader assembly.
Document jams may occur if it is modified.
d) Stamp Ink supply
Fill with one drop of stamp ink so that it does not overflow the edge of the stamp. The
operation of the stamp may be degraded if the ink overflows and drips down.
e) Middle reader frame unit stopper
Do not force the middle reader frame unit open with the stopper removed. If unnecessary
strength is used, the hinge of middle reader frame unit will be damaged.
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2.3.4 Printer section
a) Transfer charging roller
If skin, oil or, the like, gets on the rubber section of the transfer charging roller, the rear side
of the recording paper can be soiled, and blank patches can occur in printing.
During disassembly, hold the shaft at both ends of the transfer charging roller.
b) Fixing ass’y
If you get skin, oil, or the like, on the internal fixing film or pressure roller surface, the front
or rear of the recording paper may be soiled, and fixing defects, and jams can occur.
During disassembly, hold the fixing ass’y by the metal plate sections. Hold the pressure
roller by the shaft at both ends of the roller.
Cleaning method
For details of how to clean these parts, see Chapter 4, 3. CLEANING.
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Fixing film
charging
Transfer charging
roller
Figure 1-10 Printer Section
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2.3.5 Paper load section
a) Pickup Roller Position
When having assembled the paper pickup roller after parts replacement, before setting the
cassette 1 or the cassette 2, install the toner cartridge, close the printer cover, connect the
power cord, and the cassette pickup roller moves automatically to its initial position.
Cassette pickup roller
Cassette pickup roller
Figure 1-11 Pickup Roller Initial Position
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2.3.6 Control boards
a) SCNT board
Jumper plug JP3 and J6 are for factory check only. Service technician must not remove it.
SCNT board data
User data, service data are stored in memory on the SCNT board. Therefore,
REFERENCE these data must be printed out before replacing the SCNT board.
For details, see this Chapter, 3. PRECAUTIONS FOR DATA
PROTECTION.
b) Power supply unit
The RV1 and RV2 are for factory adjustment only. Service technician must not change
these settings.
c) ECNT board
The VR601 is for factory adjustment only. Service technician must not change this setting.
d) Laser scanner unit
The VR501, VR502 and VR503 are for factory adjustment only. Service technician must
not change these settings.
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2.3.7 Replacing ROM
Observe the following precautions when replacing the ROM on the SCNT board, for example,
when replacing a defective ROM or when upgrading the software.
a) Preparation
Print out all battery backed up data.
Reception image data in image memory is erased approx. 12 hours after
power is turned off.
For details on battery backed up data, see this Chapter, 3. PRECAUTIONS
FOR DATA PROTECTION.
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b) Replacement
(1) Make sure that the power cord and the telephone line are disconnected.
(2) Put on the grounding wrist straps to counter electrostatic discharge.
(3) Remove the right cover, and shield cover referring to the PARTS CATALOG
(supplied separately).
(4) Remove the ROM mounted on the SCNT board using the IC removing tool.
(5) Insert the new ROM, making sure that the notches on the ROM and IC socket are
aligned.
c) After replacement
(1) When a defective ROM is being replaced with a new ROM, turn the power on after
mounting on the SCNT board. This completes replacement.
(2) When the ROM is replaced for upgrading the software and upgrading involves
changing software switch settings such as service data, you must perform the following
operation.
• Perform All Clear operation. After you perform All Clear operation, register the
backed up data referring the list you printed out earlier.
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3. PRECAUTIONS FOR DATA PROTECTION
3.1 Battery-backed up Data
The SCNT board is provided with a function for backing up data in control processing memory
(SRAM) and image storage memory (DRAM) by lithium battery, and rechargeable battery, even
if a power interruption occurs, or the power cord is disconnected by accident.
The back up time for image data with the secondary vanadium-lithium battery is
approximately 12 hours. When the back up time is exceeded, the image data is
deleted. Please print out the data before shutting off the power. If the reception
image data cannot be printed out due to printer engine trouble, transfer the stored
reception image data to another fax. For details, see this Chapter, 3.2.2
Reception image data transfer.
Jumper plug for Rechargeable battery
Rechargeable battery
Jumper plug for Lithium battery
Lithium battery
Figure 1-12 Lithium / Rechargeable Battery and Jumper Plugs
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3.2 Backed up by Rechargeable Battery
The data stored in the image memory on the SCNT board is backed up for about 12 hours by
the secondary vanadium-lithium battery.
3.2.1 Data backed up by rechargeable battery
Image data stored in the DRAM:
Image
Transmission images
Reception images
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Mode
Memory transmission
Sequential broadcasting
Delayed (broadcast) transmission
Confidential transmission
Polling transmission
Relay control transmission
Relay broadcast transmission
Memory reception
Confidential reception
Memory clear list
If the power is turned on after the rechargeable battery backup time has been
exceeded, the memory clear list is automatically printed out. The memory
clear list is a list of image data that have been cleared from memory. If the
memory clear list cannot be printed due to printer engine trouble or run out of
paper, the fax sounds alarm, information for managing the storage status of
image data is erased from memory, then goes on standby. The operation that is
carried out when the memory clear list cannot be printed can be altered by
changing the setting of SSSW SW02 bit 0. For details, see G3 Facsimile
SERVICE DATA HANDBOOK (Rev. 0) (supplied separately).
After the memory clear list is printed out, information for managing the
storage status of image data is automatically erased from memory.
Conditions for image backup
1) Reception images
If power is interrupted during reception, only pages that have completely
been received are backed up, and the page that was in the process of being
received during the power interruption is deleted.
2) Transmission images
Only memory transmission images (including during standby for redial) are
backed up, and direct transmission is canceled.
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For a sample printout of the memory clear list, see Chapter 2, 3.1 Report
Output Function.
REFERENCE
3.2.2 Reception image data transfer
The received image data cannot be printed out due to printer engine trouble, the received
image data can be transferred to another fax and printed.
selects
4. resend document
Memory Reference
RESEND DOCUMENT
TX/RX NO.
MEMORY REFERENCE
selects transaction number
of transmission
5010
RESEND DOCUMENT
SELECT LOCATIONS
TEL =
RESEND DOCUMENT
SENDER'S NAME
SENDER'S NAME
Set
Other party's
telephone number
selects
sender's name
Transmission
Figure 1-13 Reception Image Data Transfer Method
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4. RESEND DOCUMENT
Set x2
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3.3 Backed up by Lithium Battery
The lithium battery backs up control data registered in the SRAM on the SCNT board for five
years with the power turned off.
However, when the power is ON, there is no discharge of power from the lithium battery, so the
actual life of the battery will be over 5 years.
3.3.1 Data backed up by the lithium battery
a) User data
Data input by the user with the Data Registration button on the operation panel.
Item
1. DATA
REGISTRATION
Description
USER SETTING
REPORT SETTING
TX SETTINGS
RX SETTINGS
FAX’S PRINTER SET
FILE SETTINGS
SYSTEM SETTINGS
2. TEL
REGISTRATION
(Date/time, user telephone
registration, etc.)
(Activity report, etc.)
(ECM Tx, automatic redial, etc.)
(ECM Rx, remote reception, etc.)
(Recording paper selection,
reception image reduction, etc.)
(Confid. mailbox, memory box,
etc.)
(Rx restriction, display language,
etc.)
ONE-TOUCH SPEED DIAL
CODED SPEED DIAL
GROUP DIAL
b) Service data
Data input by the service personnel with the Data Registration button, and # button, on
the operation panel.
Item
#1. SSSW
#2. MENU
#3. NUMERIC Param.
#4A. SPECIAL
#4B. NCU
#4C.ISDN
#5. TYPE
#6. GENESIS (UHQ)
#7. PRINTER
#8. CLEAR
Description
Error management, echo counter measures, etc.
NL equalizer, transmission level, etc.
RTN signal transmission condition, etc.
Normally not used
Normally not used
ISDN line control function settings, etc.
Normally not used
Normally not used
Reception image reduction conditions, etc.
The total number of pages printed/scanned
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c) Management data
Data automatically stored as a record of the operating status.
Item
Activity report
Description
Transmission/Reception records for last 40 communications
System dump list
A record of past communication conditions, error communication,
etc.
NOTE
When data have been erased or initialized
When backed up user or service data have been erased or initialized, the
registered data are erased, and the data item is set to its factory setting.
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3.3.2 Printing the lithium battery backup data list
The following data are backed up by lithium battery and can be printed out as a list.
When to print out
Make sure that you print out a list of the following data before replacing the
lithium battery, or before removing the jumper plug (JP2) from the SCNT
board with the power turned off.
How to print data
For details on how to print out the following lists, see Chapter 2, 3.1 Report
REFERENCE Output Function.
a) User data
Item
User’s data
Tel registration
Sender name
List Name
User’s data list
1-touch spd dial list 1, 2
Coded speed dial list 1, 2
Group dial list
Sender name
b) Service data
Item
Service data
List Name
Service data list
c) Management data
Item
Activity management data
System dump data
List Name
Activity report
System dump list
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Jumper plug caution
The lithium battery backup function works when jumper plug JP 2 on the
SCNT board is shorted by a jumper plug. This means that registered data will
be erased when the power cord is disconnected with the jumper plug removed.
Before removing the jumper plug, make sure that you print out all registered
data. The fax is shipped from the factory with the jumper pin shorted by the
jumper plug.
Cautions when replacing the SCNT board
Before replacing the SCNT board during servicing, make sure that you print
out all registered data.
The SCNT board in the service parts is not provided with a jumper plug (JP2),
in order to prevent battery discharge. Therefore, use the jumper provided on the
SCNT board that is to be replaced.
When you turn the power on after replacing the SCNT board, “DELETE
FILE PRESS SET KEY” will be displayed. When you press the Set button
with “DELETE FILE PRESS SET KEY” displayed, the image management
data in the SRAM is cleared. Then “DATA ERROR PRESS SET KEY” will
be displayed. When you press the Set button with “DATA ERROR PRESS
SET KEY” displayed, the user and service data in SRAM will be initialized
to their original factory settings. Next, register the data from the old SCNT
board, referring to the print out.
Lithium battery replacement cycle
The life of the lithium battery is five years with the power turned off.
However, when the power is ON, there is no discharge of power from the
lithium battery, so the actual life of the battery will be over 5 years.
When the lithium battery reaches the end of its life, “DELETE FILE PRESS
SET KEY” or “DATA ERROR PRESS SET KEY” will be displayed after a
power interruption, or when the power is turned on. If this happens, replace
the lithium battery.
When you replace the lithium battery, all the backed up data will be erased
and there will be nothing to print out.
When you turn the power on after replacing the lithium battery, “DELETE
FILE PRESS SET KEY” will be displayed. When you press the Set button
with “DELETE FILE PRESS SET KEY” displayed, the image management
data in the SRAM is cleared. Then “DATA ERROR PRESS SET KEY” will
be displayed. When you press the Set button with “DATA ERROR PRESS
SET KEY” displayed, the user and service data in SRAM will be initialized
to their original factory settings.
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3.4 Data clear/initialization using Service Operation
This fax can clear/initialize individual data items with Service Data #8 Clear operation. Below
are the data items which can be cleared/initialized.
When to print out
Before carrying out this operation, make sure that you make print out a list of
backed up data.
Operation
For details on the following items, see Chapter 2, 3.3.2 Service Data Setting.
REFERENCE
Service Item
TEL
USER SW
SERVICE SW
NCU
ISDN
SERVICE DATA
COUNTER
REPORT
ALL
Description
Dialing data
User data, Service data #1 to #3
Service data #1 to #3, #6, #7
Service data #4A, #4B
Service data #4C
Data on system dump list
Total number of pages printed and scanned
Data on activity report
All user data, service data, activity management data and
image data (except COUNTER)
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3.5 Master Password
This fax has a password for confidential box setting changes and deletions, and passwords for
managing each department.
For service operations and for when the user forgets a password, there is a master password.
Master password: 4559769
The master password can substitute for the passwords required for the following items.
Operation item
Confidential box password
Polling box password
Transfer password
Memory box password
Relay TX group password
Delayed polling box password
System setting password
User password
Memory reference
Contents of operation
Confidential box setting changes/deletion, reception
image printing.
Polling box setting changes/deletion.
Transfer function setting changes/deletion.
Memory box setting changes/deletion, reception image
printing.
Relay TX group setting changes/deletion.
Delayed polling box setting changes/deletion.
System setting password.
Change to the transmission function settings of the user
restriction setting item and print settings.
When password required for memory reference print
document memory.
Master password user restriction
The master password can only be used by service technician. To avoid
unauthorized use, do not tell the user the master password. The master
password is not in the USER’S GUIDE.
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3.6 What to do when a Problem Occurs (All clear)
Very rarely, during use, the display may go out, all the buttons may stop working, or some other
trouble may occur because of strong electrical noise or strong shock. If such trouble occurs,
perform All clear operation.
During installation, we recommend that you perform All clear operation. Below is the
procedure for performing All clear.
Data Registration
Set
Display ALL by
pressing
or
#8 CLEAR
(CLEAR
Display #8 CLEAR by
pressing
or button
button
#8
CLEAR
PLEASE WAIT
SERVICE MODE
#8 CLEAR
Set
Standby
Figure 1-14 All Clear
While waiting to return to the ready state after executing “All clear”, please do not
press the Stop button. Doing so may cause a malfunction afterwards.
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4. PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS
4.1 Reception Image Data Transfer Function
Reception image data can be transferred to another fax if the image data cannot be printed out
due to printer engine trouble.
Reception image data transfer
For details on the transfer of image data, see this Chapter, 3.2.2 Reception
REFERENCE image data transfer.
4.2 Data Battery Backup Function
The SCNT board is provided with a function for backing up data in control processing memory
(SRAM), and data stored to image memory (DRAM), by lithium battery and rechargeable
battery, even if power is interrupted, or the power cord is disconnected by accident.
Backed up data
For details on backed up data, see this Chapter, 3.2 Backed up by
REFERENCE rechargeable battery and 3.3 Backed up by lithium battery.
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4.3 Built-in Safety Measures
4.3.1 Overcurrent protection
This fax is provided with an overcurrent protection circuit with built-in current fuse and
thermal fuse, to prevent abnormal rises in temperature if an overcurrent flows to the motors
and power supply due to driver IC trouble, software lockup and short circuits.
Protected Parts
Document read motor
Stamp unit (option)
Power supply unit
Fixing heater
Safety Measures
IC protector (FU2) on SCNT board
Current fuse (FU1) on SCNT board
Glass-tube current fuse (F1 (125V, 15A), F2 (125V,
6.3A)), overcurrent protection circuit
Thermal fuse (446°F/230°C), thermistor
4.3.2 Lightning protection
This fax is provided with a function for protecting electronic components from abnormal
voltage caused by lightning.
Protected Parts
NCU board ass’y
Power supply unit
NOTE
Safety Measures
Arrestors (AR1, AR2) located at the primary side
of the NCU board discharge a voltage of more than
DC 320 to 350V via the telephone line or the power
cord.
Surge-absorber (NR3) located at the primary side
of the power supply unit goes into short-mode at a
voltage of more than 423V, and breaks. After this,
the glass-tube current fuse F2 or F1 blows.
When protection is not possible
The NCU board sometimes may not be protected even by the protection
circuits if lightning strikes the telephone line.
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4.3.3 Power leakage protection
The AC line, telephone line and metal parts of this fax are completely insulated. This fax
provides a grounding type (three-wire) power supply cable to prevent electrical shock. Even if
electrical leakage should occur, use this fax only with a properly grounded electrical outlet of
the correct voltage.
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5. QUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION WORK
The qualifications for installation must satisfy local laws and regulations.
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Operating
Instructions
FAX-L1000 Chapter 2: Operating Instructions
1. NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
1.1 Main Unit Overview
DOCUMENT FEEDER TRAY
DOCUMENT EXTENSION
TRAY
Holds documents for scanning.
Open to support long documents
during scanning.
DOCUMENT GUIDES
DOCUMENT OUTPUT TRAY
Adjust to the width of the
document.
Holds sent or copied documents.
ADF COVER
UPPER OUTPUT TRAY
Provides access to remove paper
jams and to clean the scanning
area.
Holds printed documents after they
are ejected from the fax.
LCD DISPLAY
Displays menu items and
messages.
PRINTER COVER
Covers the toner cartridge.
HANDSET (option)
Detachable handset.
LOWER OUTPUT TRAY
Holds printed documents after they
are ejected from the fax.
OPERATION PANEL
PAPER GUIDES
Use the operation panel buttons
to operate the fax.
Adjust to the width of
the paper.
SPEAKER VOLUME
SWITCH
MP TRAY
Adjustable to letter, A4, and legal
paper sizes. Holds about 100
sheets of paper.
Adjusts the speaker’s volume.
PAPER VOLUME
STATUS BARS
PAPER CASSETTE 1
Adjustable to letter, A4 and legal paper
sizes. Holds about 500 sheets of paper.
PAPER CASSETTE 2 (option)
Adjustable to letter, A4, legal, B5 and executive
paper sizes. Holds about 500 sheets of paper.
IN USE/MEMORY LAMP
Blinks green when the fax is transmitting or
receiving documents.
Lights green when there are documents
stored in memory.
ERROR LAMP
Blinks red when a problem occurs.
Figure 2-1 Front View
This fax does not have a power switch.
NOTE
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EXTENSION PHONE JACK
FACE-UP TRAY
Connect the optional handset jack or an
extension phone jack here.
Holds printed documents
after they are ejected
from the fax.
TEST PRINT BUTTON
This button should only be used
by authorized Canon dealers.
Please do not press this button.
TELEPHONE LINE JACK
POWER SOCKET
Connect the telephone line here.
Connect the power
cord here.
LIFTING HANDLE
Grip the fax here and on
the opposite side to lift the
fax unit.
PARALLEL INTERFACE PORT
Connect a parallel interface cable here after
installation of the optional FAX-L1000 Printer Kit.
Figure 2-2 Rear View
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1.2 Operation Panel
LCD Display
Displays messages and prompts during operation. Displays
selections, text, numbers and names when registering
information.
Change
Cartridge
Energy
Saver
Change Cartridge
Rec. Paper
Lights when toner in the toner cartridge runs low. Replace the
toner cartridge.
On Line
Rec. Paper
Lights when the paper cassettes run out of paper. Re-fill the
cassettes with paper.
Job
Go
Alarm
Shift
Menu
PRT. Message
Item
Value Enter/Cancel
Printer Operation Panel
Used for printer function.
For details, refer to the Printer User’s Guide supplied with the
optional FAX-L1000 Printer Kit.
Ultra Fine
Super Fine
Fine
Standard
Resolution
Sets the resolution for documents you send.
Contrast
Direct TX
Text
Text / Photo
Manual RX
Contrast Document Type
Resolution
Adjusts the lightness/darkness of documents you send or copy.
Document Type
Darker
Standard
Lighter
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Dial numbers registered under One-touch Speed Dialing
buttons.
11
12
13
14
15
One-touch Speed Dialing Panels
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Adjusts quality for documents with only text or with both photos
and text.
One-touch Speed Dialing Buttons
The first panel displays buttons 1-25. Open the first panel to
access buttons 26-50. Open the second panel to access
buttons 51-72. Open the third panel to access the registration
buttons.
Program Transaction Delete File
Set
Program
Registers multi-step setting normally done by pressing buttons
on the operation panel so you can do them at the press of
single button.
R
Transaction
P
Displays information about previous sending and receiving
transactions.
Coded Dial Redial
ABC
1
Delete File
Deletes documents waiting in memory for sending.
GHI
2
JKL
4
R
Press to dial an outside telephone number, or an extension
number, when the fax is connected through a switchboard
(PBX).
DEF
PQRS
Directory
Clear
Copy
3
MNO
5
TUV
7
Hook
6
WXYZ
8
Stop
Start/Scan
9
SYMBOLS
Numeric Keypad
Use the buttons on the numeric keypad to enter phone
numbers when dialing. These buttons also enter text, numbers,
and symbols when registering names and numbers.
0
In Use/
Memory
Figure 2-3 Operation Panel 1
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Energy Saver
Switches the fax out of the energy saver mode.
PRT. Message
Switches the LCD display between the fax messages and the
printer messages.
Manual RX
Switches the fax between the auto and manual receive mode.
Direct TX
Sets the fax in the direct sending mode so you can send a document ahead of other
documents stored in the fax memory. Direct sending scans a document and sends it
immediately without storing the document in the memory.
Set
Selects a menu item during data registration.
Directory
Allows you to search for fax/telephone numbers by the name
under which they are registered for speed dialing and then use
the number for dialing.
Search buttons for directory dialing.
Coded Dial
A press on the button followed by a three-digit code dials the telephone number
registered for Coded Speed Dialing under that three-digit code.
Redial
Redials the previous number dialed manually with the buttons on the numeric keypad.
Hook
Allows you to dial, even with the handset still in the handset rest.
Copy
Copies a document.
Clear
Clears an entire entry during information registration.
Error
Stop
Cancels sending, receiving, data registration, and other
operations and returns the fax to the standby mode.
Start/Scan
Starts sending, receiving, copying and other operations.
Blinks red when paper jam occurs or the fax is running
out of paper or toner. The problem is described by a
message in the LCD display above.
In Use/Memory
Blinks green when the fax is using the telephone line.
Lights green when there are documents in the memory.
Figure 2-4 Operation Panel 2
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Tone/+
Data
Delayed
Registration Transmission
Polling
Confidential
Mailbox
Transfer
Memory
Reference
Enters a plus sign in a fax number.
Connects to information services that accept tone
dialing only, even if you are using a rotary pulse.
Relay
Broadcast
M
Memory Box
Memory
Reception
Stamp(Option)
Pause
In the U.K., attach the M label above this button if
you intend to use the U.K. Call, Global Call, and
Day Call Services of Cable and Wireless
Communications Limited. For details, see Chapter
12, Using Alternative Telephone Networks in the
U.K.
Report
Tone/
D.T.
Press to confirm the dial tone when registering a
telephone number.
M
D.T.
Space
TTI Selector
Enters a registered sender’s name to appear at the
top of the document you are sending.
TTI Selector Subaddress
Password
Delete
Subaddress
Allows you to enter an ITU-T subaddress so you
can send a document with a subaddress.
Password
Allows you to enter an ITU-T password so you can
send a document with a password.
ATTACH THE M LABEL (SUPPLIED)
FOR USE IN THE U.K.
Search buttons
Scrolls the display so you can see other options
and selections in the menus during data
registration.
Cursor buttons
Moves the cursor left or right during data
registration.
Data Registration
Space
Starts data registration for speed dialing, sender information, and
other important settings for sending and receiving.
Enters a space between letters and numbers on
the LCD display when you are registering
information.
Delayed Transmission
Sets a time for delayed sending.
Delete
Polling
During a step when you are registering or entering
a number, press this button to delete the number.
(This button deletes number entries only.)
Sets a document for polling sending, and also used for polling
receiving.
Confidential Mailbox
Memory Reference
Sets a document for sending to a confidential mailbox so you can
print documents received in the mailbox.
Performs operations with documents currently stored in the
memory, including printing a list of documents, printing a
document, sending a document to another destination, or
deleting a document.
Relay Broadcast
Sets a document to be sent to another fax for relay sending.
Report
Memory Box
Prints reports about information registered in the fax.
Sets a document to be stored in a memory box, or opens a memory
box so you can print documents received in the memory box.
Stamp(Option)
Memory Reception
Switches the fax in and out of the memory lock mode. In the memory
lock mode, the fax stores all documents it receives in the memory.
Switches the fax in and out of the stamp mode. In the stamp
mode, the fax marks all documents scanned for sending in
memory mode or direct sending mode. If you want to use
the stamp feature, call your authorized Canon dealer and
request installation of this option.
Transfer
Switches the fax in and out of transfer mode. In the transfer mode the
fax unit sends all documents it receives to another fax machine at
your home or another office.
Pause
Enters pauses between digits or after the entire phone
number when dialing or registering facsimile numbers.
Figure 2-5 Operation Panel 3
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2. BASIC OPERATION
2.1 Copying
(1) Set the recording paper
Refer to Chapter 5, 1.4 Assembling the Fax, Loading Paper in Paper
cassettes 1 and 2 for the method of setting the recording paper.
NOTE
(2) Set the document face up on the document feeder tray
Adjust the document guides to match the width of the document. With a long document,
open the document extension tray.
Make sure the document is below the load limit marks for A4/LTR and B4/LGL sizes.
(3) Document insertion
Insert the document until it makes contact with the stopper. A “beep” will sound.
When the document is set, the amount of memory used will be displayed, and then
a message will appear indicating that the document has been set.
NOTE
MEMORY IN USE
36%
DOCUMENT READY
Figure 2-6 Display for document set
(4) Press the Copy button.
(5) Open all three of the one-touch panels and select the recording paper with the ▲ or ▼
button.
When using the displayed recording paper, simply proceed to the next step.
(6) Set the number of copies with the numeric key. (Max. 99 copies.)
(7) Press the Start/Scan button.
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Figure 2-7 Document Guides Adjustment
Figure 2-8 Document Load Limit
2.2 Telephone (Only possible where a handset or telephone are connected)
(1) Lift the handset or telephone receiver.
The sound of dial tone will be heard.
(2) Dial the other party's telephone number using the dial button on the main unit or the
telephone.
(3) Have the telephone conversation if the other party's voice can be heard.
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2.3 Transmission
There are two ways to transmit the document: memory transmission and direct transmission.
a) Memory transmission
The set document is read into memory and then transmitted.
Setting method
Press the Direct TX button to turn off the Direct TX LED.
Even during memory transmission, other documents can be reserved for
transmission.
NOTE
b) Direct transmission
The set document is transmitted directly without being read into memory.
Setting method
Press the Direct TX button to turn on the Direct TX LED.
Direct transmission is done in on a priority basis even when there are multiple
transmission reservations in memory.
NOTE
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2.4 Reception
There are 3 reception methods: auto reception, manual reception, and auto reception switching.
a) Auto reception
This is set when the machine is used exclusively for facsimile. The initial condition of the
machine is set to “Auto reception”.
Setting method
(1) Select “MAN/AUTO SWITCH” with the user data registration RX setting, display
“OFF” with the ▼ ▲ buttons, and confirm with the SET button.
(2) Press the Manual RX button to turn off the Manual RX LED.
b) Manual reception
This fax will produce a calling tone no matter if the other machine is a facsimile or
telephone.
When the other party is sending by facsimile, receive by pressing the Start/Scan button.
Remote reception is also possible from a connected optional handset or telephone.
Setting method
(1) Select “MAN/AUTO SWITCH” with the user data registration RX setting, display
“OFF” with the ▼ ▲ buttons, and confirm with the SET button.
(2) Press the Manual RX button to turn on the Manual RX LED.
When receiving manually, communication with the other party is not possible
unless the telephone is connected.
NOTE
c) Manual/Auto switching
When receiving manually, when the receiver is not taken off the hook within the number
of seconds (F/T RING TIME) set in the user data registration settings, the machine will
automatically enter FAX mode and automatic reception will begin.
Setting method
(1) Select “MAN/AUTO SWITCH” with the user data registration RX setting, display
“ON” with the ▼ ▲ buttons, and confirm with the SET button.
(2) Press the Manual RX button to turn on the Manual RX LED.
Refer to the USER’S GUIDE for details regarding the various reception methods.
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3. SERVICE OPERATION FUNCTIONS
3.1 Report Output Function
3.1.1 User report output functions
This fax can output user reports manually by user operation, or automatically, according to
user data registration.
a) Manual output of reports by user operation
Report type
One-touch dial list 1
One-touch dial list 2
Coded speed dial list 1
Coded speed dial list 2
Group dial list
Operations
Press Report button, select the report type,
and press Set button.
User data list
Sender name list
Activity report
Document memory list
Confidential mailbox report
Received memory box list
b) Reports output automatically by user data registration
Each report written below can be automatically output by specifying “REPORT
SETTINGS” in user data registration.
Transmission report
Reception report
Confidential reception report
Memory box report
Activity Report
For samples of user reports, see the USER’S GUIDE.
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c) Reports output automatically (Memory clear report)
When this fax is turned on and the memory clear report is automatically printed out, the
image data which appears on the report is the data which was deleted without being able to
be backed up. After the memory clear report is printed, the image data management
information is automatically deleted.
12/31/1999
11:52
FAX 833 4423
WORLD ESTATE,INC.
001
*******************************
*** MEMORY CLEAR REPORT ***
*******************************
MEMORY FILES DELETED
TX/RX NO
0011
5011
MODE
TRANSMIT
CONFID. RX
CONNECTION TEL/ID
[*002]HUNT INVESTMENTS
PGS.
SET TIME
ST. TIME
2
1
12/31 13:00
12/31 14:46
23:30
-----
SENDER NAME
R.LOUIS
Figure 2-9 Memory Clear List
TX/RX NO
MODE
: Indicates four digits of the transaction number
: Displays the communication modes of TX, RX, polling TX,
timer TX, etc.
CONNECTION TEL/ID: Displays the number and each digit (24 digits) of onetouch
speed dial and coded speed dial.
PGS.
: Number of pages are stored in memory
SET TIME
: Time when data is stored in memory (24-hour display)
ST TIME
: Displays a start time for delayed TX, etc. (24-hour display)
SENDER NAME
: Sender name appended to transmission (up to 24 characters)
Displays a 4-digit department code (only used when department
access code setup (DAC SETUP) is “ON” ).
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3.1.2 Service report output functions
This fax outputs the service data setting status, past communications history reports, detailed
error information reports, etc. in service mode.
a) List of service reports
This fax outputs the service reports shown below.
Report type
Service data list
System dump list
Dch log report
Bch log report
Operations
In the service mode, press the Report button, select
the report type, and press the Set button.
(When the optional FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit is
installed, the Bch log report can be output if the
service data #4C ISDN Bitswitch SW01 bit 7 is
set to “0.”)
Transmission report
(with service error code
and dump list)
If you set bits 0 and 1 of #1 SSSW SW01 in the service
mode, the service error code and dump list are indicated
on the activity report.
Reception report
(with service error code
and dump list)
If you set bits 0 and 1 of #1 SSSW SW01 in the service
mode, the service error code and dump list are
indicated on the activity report.
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a-1) System data list
This list shows service data setting statuses of service soft switches and service parameters.
Figure 2-10 System Data List (1/7)
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Figure 2-11 System Data List (2/7)
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Figure 2-12 System Data List (3/7)
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Figure 2-13 System Data List (4/7)
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Figure 2-14 System Data List (5/7)
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Figure 2-15 System Data List (6/7)
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Figure 2-16 System Data List (7/7)
“START DATE” records the date when this fax performs its first transmission
or reception, after shipment from the factory.
NOTE
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a-2) System dump list
This list shows the past communications statuses and error communications history.
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗4
∗5
∗6
∗7
∗8
∗9
∗ 10
∗ 11
Figure 2-17 System Dump List (1/2)
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*1 : Date on which data was initialized with service data #8 CLEAR, ALL
*2 : Total number of transmission
*3 : Total number of pages transmitted for each document size
*4 : Total number of reception
*5 : Total number of pages received for each document size
*6 : Total number of pages transmitted and received for each modem speed
*7 : Total number of pages transmitted and received for each mode
*8 : Total number of pages transmitted and received for each coding method
*9 : Total number of pages transmitted and received in each mode
*10 : Total number of pages printed/scanned
[Display example]
PRINT = 30*/100** READ = 30*/100**
** Indicates the value input with Service Data #8 CLEAR, COUNTER.
** Indicates the value counted since shipment from the factory.
*11: Total number of occurrences for each error code
[Display example]
# #280
1
7
3
0
0
##0280 ##0281 ##0282
errors
errors
errors
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Displays error information for the 3 most recent communications.
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗4
∗5
∗6
∗7
∗8
∗9
∗ 10
∗ 11
∗ 12
∗ 13
∗ 14
∗ 15
Figure 2-18 System Dump List (2/2)
*1 : Service error code
*2 : Communication start date and time (on 24-hour display)
*3 : Telephone number sent from other party
*4 : Maker code
*5 : Machine code
*6 : Received V.8 protocol signal
*7 : Symbol rate used for the primary channel
*8 : Transmission speed used for the primary channel
*9 : 0 (Fixed)
*10 : Code output by the modem when an error occurred
(Not used in the field)
*11 : Transmit status of the modem when an error occurred
(Not used in the field)
*12 : Receive status of the modem when an error occurred
(Not used in the field)
*13 : Bit 1 to bit 96 of received DIS, DCS, or DTC
*14 : Bit 1 to bit 96 of transmitted DIS, DCS, or DTC
*15 : RX=Received protocol signal
TX=Transmitted protocol signal
When an error occurs in direct transmission, *6 to *12 will not be listed even
if the other party's machine has a V.34 modem.
NOTE
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a-3) Service activity report
The ERROR TX REPORT includes appended service error codes and an error dump list.
In user data “REPORT SETTINGS”, when the “REPORT WITH TX IMAGE” is set to
“ON” in the “TX REPORT”, a section of the first page of transmitted image data is
appended when memory transmission is done.
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗4
∗5
∗6
∗7
∗8
∗9
∗ 10
∗ 11
∗ 12
∗ 13
∗ 14
∗ 15
∗ 16
∗ 17
∗ 18
∗ 19
∗ 20
∗ 21
∗ 22
Figure 2-19 Service Error Activity Report
When an error occurs with direct transmission, *6 to *12 will not be listed
even if the other party's machine has a V.34 modem.
NOTE
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*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
: OK, NG messages
: Indicates four digits of the transaction number
: Number sent from the other party or number dialled (lower 20 digits)
: ID sent from the other party, if the other party is a Canon fax
: Communication start date and time (on 24-hour display)
: Communication time (in minutes and seconds)
: Number of pages for which transmission was complete
: “NG” display with number of pages for which transmission was fault, and service
error code
*9 : Communication start date and time (on 24-hour display)
*10 : Telephone number sent from other party
*11 : Maker code
*12 : Machine code
*13 : Received V.8 protocol signal
*14 : Symbol rate used for the primary channel
*15: Transmission speed used for the primary channel
*16 : 0 (Fixed)
*17 : Code output by the modem when an error occurred
(Not used in the field)
*18 : Transmit status of the modem when an error occurred
(Not used in the field)
*19 : Receive status of the modem when an error occurred
(Not used in the field)
*20 : Bit 1 to bit 96 of received DIS, DCS, or DTC
*21 : Bit 1 to bit 96 of transmitted DIS, DCS, or DTC
*22 : RX=Received protocol signal
TX=Transmitted protocol signal
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3.2 User Data Flowchart
Press the Data registration to access User menu. Figures in boldface indicate the default setting.
REGISTRATION
1. DATA
REGISTRATION
1.USER SETTINGS
1. DATE & TIME
2. UNIT TELEPHONE #
3. UNIT NAME
4. SENDER'S NAME
5. TX TERMINAL ID
(19 sender names)
1. TTI POSITION
ON
OFF
OUTSIDE IMAGE
INSIDE IMAGE
2. TELEPHONE # MARK
6. DENSITY CONTROL
1. LT
2. STD
3. DK
7. PROGRAM KEY
PRINT REPORT
REPORT
TONE
SCANNING MODE
1
STAMP*
8. OFFHOOK ALARM*
2
9. (8.) VOLUME CONTROL
(2~6) 6
(2~6) 4
(2~6) 2
FAX
TEL
*1 Indicated only when
#1 SSSW SW6
bit 3 is set to "1".
ON
OFF
1. KEYPAD VOLUME
2. ALARM VOLUME
(0~3) 1
(0~3) 1
*2 If you install either the
2
10. TEL LINE TYPE*
TOUCH TONE
ROTARY PULSE
2
11. R-KEY SETTING*
PSTN
PBS
EARTH CONNECTION
PREFIX
HOOKING
Figure 2-20 User Menu Settings (1/13)
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ISDN KIT, this
function will not work.
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2. REPORT SETTINGS
1. TX REPORT
PRINT ERROR ONLY
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
REPORT WITH TX IMAGE
2. RX REPORT
PRINT ERROR ONLY
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
3. CONFID. RX REPORT
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
4. MEMORY BOX REPORT
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
OFF
ON
5. ACTIVITY REPORT
1. AUTO PRINT
2. DAILY REPORT TIME
3. TX/RX SEPARATE
6.PRT REPORT WHERE
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
REPORT TIME
CASSETTE 1
CASSETTE 2
MP TRAY
Figure 2-21 User Menu Settings (2/13)
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3. TX SETTINGS
*1 If you install either the
ON
OFF
1. ECM TX
1
2. MID PAUSE SET*
(01~15) 02 SEC
(2.) TRANSMISSION MODEL*
2
G4 / G3
G3
3. AUTO REDIAL
ON
OFF
4. BATCH TX
ON
OFF
5
5. QUICK ON-LINE TX*
ON
OFF
6. TIME OUT
ON
OFF
3
(7.) TX STAMP *
OFF
ON
2
(7.) START UP DIAL KEY *
(8.) PHON TIME OUT
2
*
optional FAX-L1000
ISDN KIT, this
function will not work.
(01~10) 02 TIMES
1. REDIAL TIMES
2. REDIAL INTERVAL (02~99) 02 MIN.
(3.) TX ERROR RESEND*4
ON
OFF
*2 Indicated only when
the optional FAXL1000 ISDN KIT is
installed.
DIRECT & MEMORY TX
DIRECT TX
USING # KEY
NOT USING # KEY
*3 Indicated only when
#1 SSSW SW06
bit 3 is set to "1".
*4 Indicated only when
#1 SSSW SW26
bit 5 is set to "1".
ON
OFF
4. RX SETTINGS
*5 Indicated only when
#1 SSSW SW26
bit 5 is set to "0".
ON
OFF
1. ECM RX
1
2. MAN/AUTO SWITCH *
OFF
ON
F/T RING TIME
OFF
ON
REMOTE RX ID (00~99) 25
OFF
ON
MEMORY RX ALARM
(01~99) 15 SEC
1
3. REMOTE RX *
4. (2.) MEMORY RX
OFF
ON
5. (3.) RX PAGE FOOTER
2
(4.) G4 RX SENDER'S ID *
OFF
IN SIDE IMAGE
OUT SIDE IMAGE
Figure 2-22 User Menu Settings (3/13)
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OFF
ON
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5. FAX'S PRINTER SET
OFF
ON SET MP TRAY SIZE
1. USE MP TRAY
LTR
LGL
A4
2. # OF RX COPIES
(01~99) 01 COPIES
3. SELECT CASSETTE
1. CASSETTE SW A
ON
OFF
2. CASSETTE SW B
ON
OFF
4. RX REDUCTION
ON
OFF
STD
DK
LT
5. SELECT DENSITY
1.RX REDUCTION
AUTO SELECTION
FIXED REDUCTION
2.SELECT REDUCE DIR
RX TO MEMORY
KEEP PRINTING
OFF
7. SELECT OUTPUT TRAY
ON
97%
95%
90%
75%
VERTICAL ONLY
HORIZ & VERTICAL
6. TONER SUPPLY LOW
6. FILE SETTINGS
1. CONFID. MAILBOX
1.SETUP FILE
2.CHANGE DATA
3.DELETE FILE
SET BOX # 00
SET BOX # 00
SET BOX # 00
(00~99)
(00~99)
(00~99)
1. FAX
LOWER TRAY
UPPER TRAY
2. COPY
LOWER TRAY
UPPER TRAY
LOWER TRAY
3. REPORT
UPPER TRAY
*
LOWER TRAY
4.PRINTER
UPPER TRAY
* Indicated only when
the optional
FAX-L1000 Printer
kit is installed.
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS (INPUT)
4.RX PASSWORD (INPUT)
5.# OF RX COPIES
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS (INPUT)
4.RX PASSWORD (INPUT)
5.# OF RX COPIES
Figure 2-23 User Menu Settings (4/13)
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2. RELAY TX GROUP
1.SETUP FILE
SET RLY TX GROUP #00
(00~99)
1.GROUP DIAL NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS (INPUT)
4.RX PASSWORD (INPUT)
5.SELECT ORIG UNIT
6.PRINT RX DOC.
7.SELECT LOCATIONS
9.TX START TIME
OFF
ON
10.RELAY B'CAST
SET RLY TX GROUP #00
TEL=
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
(5 time settings)
8.TX REPORT
2.CHANGE DATA
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
TEL=
(00~99)
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
1.GROUP DIAL NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS (INPUT)
4.RX PASSWORD (INPUT)
5.SELECT ORIG UNIT
6.PRINT RX DOC.
7.SELECT LOCATIONS
8.TX REPORT
9.TX START TIME
10.RELAY B'CAST
3.DELETE FILE
SET RLY TX GROUP #00
(00~99)
Figure 2-24 User Menu Settings (5/13)
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ON
TEL=
OFF
ON
OFF
TEL=
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
(5 time settings)
ON
OFF
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
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3. MEMORY BOX
SET BOX # 00
1.SETUP FILE
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS
4.TX PASSWORD
5.RX PASSWORD
6.RECEIVE
YES
NO
(00~99)
1.SELECT ORIG UNIT
2.PRINT RX DOC.
OFF
ON
TEL =
OFF
ON
1.PRINT METHOD
7.TRANSMIT
YES
NO
2.# OF RX
1.SELECT LOCATIONS
2.TX DOCUMENT
MAN.
AUTO
(01~99)01
TEL =
1.RECEIVED DOCUMENT
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
TX REPORT
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
2.SCAN DOCUMENT
3.TX START TIME
8.POLLING TX
1.SUN
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
YES
NO
1.ERASE AFTER TX
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
(5 time settings)
EVERY DAY
SELECT DAYS
(5 time settings)
OFF
ON
2.TX DOCUMENT
1.RECEIVED DOCUMENT
2.SCAN DOCUMENT
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
Figure 2-25 User Menu Settings (6/13)
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2.CHANGE DATA
SET BOX #00
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS
4.TX PASSWORD
5.RX PASSWORD
6.RECEIVE
YES
NO
(00~99)
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
1.SELECT ORIG UNIT
2.PRINT RX DOC.
OFF
ON
TEL =
OFF
ON
1.PRINT METHOD
7.TRANSMIT
YES
NO
MAN.
AUTO
2.# OF RX COPIES
1.SELECT LOCATIONS
2.TX DOCUMENT
TEL =
1.RECEIVED DOCUMENT
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
TX REPORT
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
2.SCAN DOCUMENT
3.TX STRAT TIME
8.POLLING TX
1.SUN
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
YES
NO
1.ERASE AFTER TX
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
(5 time settings)
EVERY DAY
SELECT DAYS
(5 time settings)
OFF
ON
2.TX DOCUMENT
1.RECEIVED DOCUMENT
2.SCAN DOCUMENT
3.DELETE FILE
SET BOX #00
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
NOT TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
(00~99)
Figure 2-26 User Menu Settings (7/13)
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PASSWORD
(INPUT)
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4. PRESET POLLING
1.SETUP FILE
SET BOX #00
(00~99)
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SELECT LOCATIONS
4.START TIME
TEL=
EVERYDAY
(5 time settings)
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
2.CHANGE DATA
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SELECT LOCATIONS
4.START TIME
(5 time settings)
TEL=
(5 time settings)
EVERYDAY
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
3.DELETE FILE
SET BOX #00
5. POLLING BOX.
1.SETUP FILE
SET BOX #00
(00~99)
(00~99)
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS
4.TX PASSWORD
5.ERASE AFTER TX
2.CHANGE DATA
ON
OFF
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
1.FILE NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SUBADDRESS
4.TX PASSWORD
5.ERASE AFTER TX
3.DELETE FILE
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
ON
OFF
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
Figure 2-27 User Menu Settings (8/13)
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(5 time settings)
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6. TRANSFER
1.SETUP FILE
1.FILE NAME
2.SELECT LOCATIONS
3.PASSWORD
4.SELECT ORIG UNIT
5.TIME SETUP
1.START TIME
2.END TIME
6.PRINT RX DOC.
2.CHANGE DATA
PASSWORD (INPUT)
1.FILE NAME
2.SELECT LOCATIONS
3.PASSWORD
4.SELECT ORIG UNIT
5.TIME SETUP
1.START TIME
2.END TIME
6.PRINT RX DOC.
TEL =
OFF
ON
TEL =
EVERYDAY
(5 time settings)
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
(5 time settings)
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
EVERYDAY
(5 time settings)
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
(5 time settings)
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
OFF
ON
# OF RX COPIES
TEL =
OFF
ON
TEL =
EVERYDAY
(5 time settings)
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
(5 time settings)
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
EVERYDAY
(5 time settings)
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
(5 time settings)
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
OFF
ON
# OF RX COPIES
(01~99) 01
Figure 2-28 User Menu Settings (9/13)
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3.DELETE FILE
PASSWORD (INPUT)
7. SYSTEM SETTINGS
1.PASSWORD
(0000~9999)
2.RESTRICTVE CODES
1. TX SETTINGS
ON
OFF
DAC SETUP
ON
ENTER DAC
(19 settings input)
OFF
USER ACCESS CODE
2. FAX'S PRINTER SET
PASSWORD
(INPUT)
CODE
(INPUT)
ON USER ACCESS CODE
OFF
CODE
(INPUT)
3. TEL SETTING
3.MEMORY LOCK RX
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
1.MEM LOCK PASSWORD
2.REPORT
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
3.TIME SETUP
1.START TIME
OFF
ON
EVERYDAY
(5 time settings)
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
2.END TIME
(5 time settings)
EVERYDAY
SELECT DAYS
1.SUN
2.MON
3.TUE
4.WED
5.THU
6.FRI
7.SAT
Figure 2-29 User Menu Settings (10/13)
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(5 time settings)
(5 time settings)
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4.RX RESTRICTION
ON
OFF
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM YYYY
YYYY MM/DD
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
FINNISH
PORTUGUESE
NORWEGIAN
SWEDISH
DANISH
SLOVENE
5.DATE SETUP
6.DISPLAY LANGUAGE
7.TX START SPEED
33600bps
14400bps
9600bps
7200bps
4800bps
2400bps
8.RX START SPEED
33600bps
14400bps
9600bps
7200bps
4800bps
2400bps
9.RX PASSWORD
*1 If you install either the
optional FAX-L1000 ISDN
KIT or the FAX-L1000
Printer Kit, this function
will not work
PASSWORD (INPUT)
1
10.ENERGY SAVER*
11. (10.) PHONE NO. CHECK
2
(11.) TX. CLIP *
ENERGY SVR TIME 03MIN.
ON
OFF
(03~30)
ON
OFF
*2 Indicated only when the
ON
OFF
optional FAX-L1000 ISDN
KIT is installed.
2
(12.) CHECK RX ID *
ON
OFF
2
(13.) ISDN SUBADR. SEND *
2
(14.) ISDN SUBADR. RX *
USE
DO NOT USE
USE
DO NOT USE
USE KEY
DO NOT USE
ISDN SUBADR. ENTRY
Figure 2-30 User Menu Settings (11/13)
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2. TEL REGISTRATION
1. 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL (01~72)
1. TELEPHONE NUMBER
2. NAME
3. OPTIONAL SETTING
ON
OFF
(5 time settings)
REGULAR TX
CONFIDENTIAL TX
1. SET TIME
2. TX TYPE
ORIG RELAY TX
PSWD/SUBADDRESS
POLLING RX
1
3. LONG DISTANCE*
1.PASSWORD
2.SUBADDRESS
1.PASSWORD
2.SUBADDRESS
1.PASSWORD
2.SUBADDRESS
1.PASSWORD
2.SUBADDRESS
DOMESTIC
LONG DISTANCE (1)
LONG DISTANCE (2)
LONG DISTANCE (3)
33600bps
14400bps
*1 If you install the
9600 bps
optional FAX-L1000
4800 bps
ISDN KIT, this
ON
function will not work.
OFF
1
4. TX SPEED*
1
5. ECM*
2
(3.) TRANSMISSION MODE*
G4 / G3
G3
2
(4.) G3 OPT. SETTING*
1. LONG DISTANCE
2. TX SPEED
3. ECM
the optional FAXL1000 ISDN KIT is
installed.
DOMESTIC
LONG DISTANCE (1)
LONG DISTANCE (2)
LONG DISTANCE (3)
33600bps
14400bps
9600 bps
4800 bps
ON
OFF
Figure 2-31 User Menu Settings (12/13)
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2. CODED SPD DIAL (✶000~✶127)
1. TELEPHONE NUMBER
2. NAME
3. OPTIONAL SETTING
ON
OFF
1. SET TIME
2. TX TYPE
(5 time settings)
REGULAR TX
CONFIDENTIAL TX
1.PASSWORD
2.SUBADDRESS
1.PASSWORD
ORIG RELAY TX
2.SUBADDRESS
1.PASSWORD
PSWD/SUBADDRESS
2.SUBADDRESS
1.PASSWORD
POLLING RX
2.SUBADDRESS
1
3. LONG DISTANCE*
DOMESTIC
LONG DISTANCE (1)
LONG DISTANCE (2)
LONG DISTANCE (3)
1
33600bps
4. TX SPEED*
14400bps
*1 If you install either the
9600 bps
optional FAX-L1000
4800 bps
1
ISDN KIT, this
ON
5. ECM*
function will not work.
OFF
2
(3.) TRANSMISSION MODE*
(4.) G3 OPT. SETTING*
2
1. LONG DISTANCE
2. TX SPEED
3. ECM
G4 / G3
G3
the optional FAXL1000 ISDN KIT is
installed.
DOMESTIC
LONG DISTANCE (1)
LONG DISTANCE (2)
LONG DISTANCE (3)
33600bps
14400bps
9600 bps
4800 bps
ON
OFF
3. GROUP DIAL (01~72)
1. TELEPHONE NUMBER
2. NAME
3. SET TIME
(5 time settings)
Figure 2-32 User Menu Settings (13/13)
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3.3 Service Switches
3.3.1 Hardware switches
This fax has the following hardware switches.
a) SCNT board
Jumper switch (JP1)
The secondary vanadium-lithium battery backs up image memory by causing a short with
the jumper plug.
Jumper switch (JP2)
The lithium battery backs up control memory by causing a short with the jumper plug.
REFERENCE
Refer to Chapter 1, 3.2 Backed up by rechargeable battery and 3.3
Backed up by lithium battery for details regarding jumper switches (JP1 and
JP2).
Jumper switches (JP3, J6)
These are for factory adjustments, so please do not change these settings.
b) Power supply board
Volume (RV1, RV2)
These are for factory adjustments, so please do not change these settings.
c) ECNT board
Push switch (SW501)
This is a test print switch for adjustment of the leading edge margin.
Volume (VR501)
This is a volume for adjustment of the leading edge margin.
Volume (VR601)
This is for factory adjustment, so please do not change this setting.
d) Laser scanner unit
Volume (VR501, VR502, VR503)
These are for factory adjustments, so please do not change these settings.
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e) NCU board
There are three slide switches on the NCU board.
B
SW2
A
B
SW1
A
B
SW3
A
Figure 2-33 Slide Switch Location on NCU Board
Nation
SW No.
U.K., FRN, AE, AUS, N.Z.
SWEDEN
OTHERS (in CENV territory)
ITALIA
1
2
3
B
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
B
A
A
B
Figure 2-34 Slide Switch Setting
NOTE
NCU Board Switch Setting
This model has only one connection terminal for extension telephone/handset.
Therefore, unlike models with two connection terminals, changing the switch
settings for use in Sweden is unnecessary. The machine can be used without
changing switches 1 through 3.
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3.3.2 Service data setting
Service data can be checked and changed with items on display menus. The effective SSSWs/
parameters and their default values in this fax machine are shown in 3.3.4 Service data
flowchart in this chapter. Detailed description of each SSSW/parameter is not given in this
manual except the new SSSWs/parameters added to this model. See G3 Facsimile SERVICE
DATA HANDBOOK (Rev. 0) (supplied separately) for details of them. The new switches
for this model are described in 3.3.6 New SSSWs/parameters added to this model.
#1 SSSW (Service Soft Switch Settings)
These setting items are for basic fax service functions such as error management, echo
countermeasures, and communication trouble countermeasures.
#2 MENU (MENU switch settings)
These setting items are for functions required during installation, such as NL equalizer and
transmission levels.
#3 NUMERIC Param. (NUMERIC parameter settings)
These setting items are for inputting numeric parameters such as the various conditions for
the RTN signal transmission.
#4A SPECIAL
These setting items are for telephone network control functions.
#4B NCU (NCU settings)
These setting items are for telephone network control functions such as the selection signal
transmission conditions and the detection conditions, for the control signals sent from the
exchange.
#4C ISDN (ISDN settings)
These settings items are for the purpose of contlloing the D-channel protocol and the Bchannel protocol.
#5 TYPE (TYPE setting)
The type setting makes the service data conform to a specific country communications
standards.
#6 GENESIS (UHQ function setting)
These setting items are for scanned image processing such as edge enhancement and error
diffusion processing.
#7 PRINTER (PRINTER function settings)
These setting items are for basic printer service functions such as the reception picture
reduction conditions. Also there is an item for resetting the printer section without
switching the power off-on.
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#8 CLEAR (data initialization mode)
Various data are initialized by selecting one of these setting items. There is
a setting item for checking/inputting the total number of pages printed and total number of
pages scanned by this fax.
#9 ROM (ROM management)
ROM data such as the version number and checksum are displayed.
3.3.3 Service data registration/setting method
Service data can be registered/set by the following operations:
Standby (date and time display)
03/03/2000 WED 2:05
(1) User data mode selection
Press the Data Registration button.
REGISTRATION
1. DATA REGISTRATION
(2) Service data mode selection
Press the # button.
SERVICE MODE
#1 SSSW
(3) Menu item selection
Select the menu item by pressing the ▲ or ▼ button.
SERVICE MODE
#3 NUMERIC Param.
Press the Set button.
#3 NUMERIC Param.
001:
0
(4) Data registration
Input the data and press the Set button.
Press the Stop button to return to standby.
Figure 2-35 Service Data Setting Method
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3.3.4 Service data flowchart
▲
#1 SSSW
(Service soft switch setting)
▲
Service menu
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SW01
SW02
SW03
SW04
0
–
0
1
0
–
0
0
–
–
0
0
0
–
0
0
0
–
–
0
0
–
–
0
0
–
0
0
0
0
–
–
SW05
–
–
0
0
0
–
–
–
SW06
SW07
SW08
SW09
1
0
0
–
0
0
0
–
0
–
0
0
0
–
0
–
0
–
0
–
0
–
0
–
0
–
0
0
0
–
0
0
SW10
SW11
SW12
SW13
SW14
SW15
SW16
SW17
SW18
SW19
SW20
SW21
SW22
SW23
SW24
SW25
SW26
SW27
SW28
SW29
SW30
SW50
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
– – – –
– – – –
0 0 0 0
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
– – – –
0 – – –
– – – –
0 0 0 0
– – – –
SW 30 to 50:
–
–
1
0
–
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
0
–
–
–
0
0
–
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
0
–
0
–
▲
Error management
Memory clear list output setting
Echo solution setting
Communication trouble
solution settings
Standard function (DIS signal)
setting
Scan condition settings
Closed network function settings
Closed network ID setting
Communications result display
function settings
Not used
Not used
Page timer settings
Relay transfer function settings
Not used
Not used
Settings for a No Paper display
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Report display function settings
Transmission function settings
Not used
V.8/V.34 protocol settings
Not used
Not used
▲
Figure 2-36 Service Data (1/6)
The switches marked “–” are not used. Do not change their settings.
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#2 MENU
(Menu switch settings)
001:
002:
003:
004:
005:
ON
OFF
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
NL equalizer setting
006:
DIAL
SERVICEMAN
OFF
Line monitor setting
007:
10 (-10dBm)
Transmission level
(8~15)
008:
3429 baud
3200 baud
3000 baud
2800 baud
2743 baud
2400 baud
V.34 Baud rate setting
009:
33.6 kbps
(2.4 × n : 1≤n≤14)
V.34 Transmission speed
010 :
25Hz
17Hz
50Hz
Frequency of psudo CI
011:
Items 011 to 020:
Not used
020:
Figures in boldface indicate the default setting.
Figure 2-37 Service Data (2/6)
No. 001 to 004, 011 to 020 are not used. Do not change their settings.
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#3 NUMERIC Param.
(Numeric parameter settings)
001:
002:
003:
004:
005:
006:
007:
008:
009:
010:
011:
012:
013:
014:
015:
016:
Default
0
10 (10%)
15 (15 times)
12 (12 lines)
4
4
350
0
6 (6 digits)
Rang
Not used
(1~99)
RTN signal transmission condition (1)
(2~99)
RTN signal transmission condition (2)
(1~99)
RTN signal transmission condition (3)
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
(1~20)
The number of digits in telephone number
compared against TSI signal to be matched
for restricted receiving function
(0~9999) T0 Timer
5500 (55 seconds)
(0~9999) T1 Timer (Rx)
3500 (35 seconds)
0
Not used
1300 (13.0 seconds) (500~3000) Maximum time allowed to receive one line
of image data
0
Not used
(0~999)
120 (1200 ms)
Hooking detection time
Items 016 to 080:
Not used
080:
Figure 2-38 Service Data (3/6)
No. 001, 005 to 008, 012, 014, and 016 to 080 are not used. Do not change
their settings
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#4A SPECIAL
SW01
SW01 to 30:
Not used
SW30
#4B NCU*1
(NCU settings)
#4C ISDN*2
*1 If you install either the
TONE/PULSE
DIAL TONE
2nd DIAL TONE
BUSY TONE 0
BUSY TONE 1
REORDER TONE
MULTI
AUTO RX
CNG DETECT
RKEY
PBX DIAL TONE
PBX BUSY TONE
ISDN BASIC
optional FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit,
this function will not work.
*2 Indicated only when the
optional FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit
is installed.
Bitswitch
(ISDN settings)
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit
SW01 – – 1 0 – – – –
SW02 – – – – 0 0 1 –
SW03 – 1 1 0 0 0 – 0
SW04 Not used
SW05 Not used
SW06 0 0 – – – – – 0
SW07 – – – 0 – – – –
SW08 0 0 0 1 – 1 – –
SW09 to 12: Not used
SW13 – 0 0 0 – 0 0 0
SW14 to 30: Not used
SW30
Numeric
01 :
items 01 to 15 : Not used
16 : 0
17 : Not used
18 : 3
19 : 3
items 20 to 30 : Not used
30 :
Redial Code
01 : 1017
See Chapter 5, 3.6.3 Technical
information, d) SSSW default setting
128 : 0
G4/G3 Fallback
01 : 1001
See Chapter 5, 3.6.3 Technical
information, d) SSSW default setting
128 : 0
Figure 2-39 Service Data (4/6)
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Speech Fallback
01 : 1001
See Chapter 5, 3.6.3 Technical
information, d) SSSW default setting
128 : 0
Other Network
ISDN G4
Bitswitch
7 6 5 4 3 2
Bit
SW01 1 0 – – 0 –
SW02 to 04: Not used
SW04
1
–
0
–
7 6 5 4 3 2
Bit
SW01 – – – – – –
SW02 to 04: Not used
SW04
1
–
0
0
Numeric
Circuit
Packet
ISDN G3
Bitswitch
Numeric
01 : 90
02 : 90
#5 TYPE
items 03 to 20 : Not used
20 :
EUROPE
(Type setting)
#6 GENESIS(UHQ)
(UHQ function settings)
Bit SW
SLICE
GAMMA
Figure 2-40 Service Data (5/6)
#4A SPECIAL, #4B NCU
The values of these items are all set to match a specific nation’s
communications standards by the #5 TYPE setting. Do not change these
settings.
#6 GENESIS (UHQ function settings)
Tampering with this setting may cause the scanned image quality to
deteriorate.
Do not change these settings.
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#7 PRINTER
#1. SSSW
(Printer function settings)
Bit
SW01
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SW04
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
SW05
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SW06
–
–
–
–
–
1
0
0
SW01~03:
SW07
Not used
SW07~20:
Cassette selection
settings
Reduction/cassette
selection settings
Reduction settings
Not used
SW20
#2. Numeric Param.
#3. PRINTERCONT
#4. PRINTER RESET
#8 CLEAR
(Data initialization mode
settings)
TEL
USER SW
SERVICE SW
NCU
ISDN
SERVICE DATA
COUNTER
REPORT
ALL
#9 ROM
(ROM management)
EC-02-01
991220 09CF FFFF
001: 15
002: 0
003: 0
004: 2
005: 7
006:
Maximum drop-out range
Not used
Not used
Leading edge margin
Trailing edge margin
Item 006~030:Not used
030:
XXXX/YYYY
Yes = (*)
No = (#)
Printer section reset function
Dialling data initialization
User data and service data #1 to #3
initialization
User data and service data #1 to #3 and
#6 to #7 initialization
#4A, #4B setting data initialization
#4C setting data initialization
Data on system dump list
initialization
Data on activity report initialization
Total number of pages
printed/scanned
All user data, service data, activity
management data, and image data
Version No. and Checksum display
TEST MODE
Figure 2-41 Service Data (6/6)
For details on test mode, see this Chapter, 3.4 Test Functions.
REFERENCE
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3.3.5 Explanation of SSSW (Service Soft Switch Settings)
Bi
t7
Bi
t6
Bi
t5
Bi
t4
Bi
t3
Bi
t2
Bi
t1
Bi
t0
The items registered and set by each of these switches comprise 8-bit switches. The figure
below shows which numbers are assigned to which bits. Each bit has a value of either 0 or 1.
SW01
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Figure 2-42 Bit Switch Display
See the chart in the service menu shown in Section 3.3.4 Service data flowchart to see
effective bits and their default values. The meanings (functions) of the bits are not described
in this manual except the new switches added to this model. See G3 Facsimile SERVICE
DATA HANDBOOK (Rev. 0) (supplied separately) for details of the switches.
Below are examples showing how to read bit switch tables.
Indicates that the
setting is "1".
Indicates that the
setting is "0".
Figures in boldface
are default settings.
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Service error code
Error dump list
Receive image transfer
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
Output
Output
Yes
0
Not Output
Not Output
No
Figure 2-43 How to Read Bit Switch Tables
Do not change the settings of switches listed as “Not used”.
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3.3.6 New SSSWs/parameters added to this model
#1 SSSW
SW01 (service soft switch 01: error management )
Bit
0
1
2
Function
Service error code
Error dump list
Enter password at confidential
Rx image data transfer
3
Copy function
4 (New) ##300 series service error code
5
Not used
6
Date & Time setting restriction
7
User setting restriction
1
Output
Output
No
0
Not output
Not output
Yes
No
Output
Yes
Not output
Setting restricted Setting possible
Setting possible Setting restricted
[Bit 4]
When “Output” is selected, ##300 series Service error codes are displayed and in reports.
When “Not output” is selected, no Service error codes are displayed.
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#1 SSSW
SW05 (service soft switch 05: standard function <DIS signal> settings)
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
Function
Not used
Not used
Not used
Send DIS signal bits 33 and over
Recording paper length availability
declared in DIS signal
5 (New) Declare LTR/LGL in DIS signal
6
Not used
7
Not used
1
0
No
A4 size
Yes
Arbitrary size
No
Yes
[Bit 5]
Select whether to declare LTR or LGL in DIS signal when the LTR or LGL recording
paper is used. The recording paper is selected according to the setting of #7 printer,
SW04 bit 0.
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#1 SSSW
SW06 (service soft switch 06: scan condition settings)
Bit
0
1
2
3 (New)
4
5
6
7
Function
Document feed after DES on
Prescan for document scanning
Document length restriction
Stamp option
Document scan width
Recording paper output for long
image copy
Copy function resolution
Superfine mode setting when
AUTO key selected
1
No feed
No prescan
Not restricted
Yes
LETTER
First page
only
Variable
Set
0
Feed
Prescan
39.37" (1 m) max.
No
A4
Divided onto
multiple pages
Always fine mode
Not set
[Bit 3]
If a stamp unit option is installed, set this switch to 1. If it is set to 1, the Stamp Option
button on the operational panel becomes effective and the “TX STAMP” setting menu
appears as user’s data.
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#1 SSSW
SW26 (service soft switch 26: transmission function settings)
Bit
0
Function
Compulsory direct transmission
function
1
Not used
2
Not used
3
Not used
4
Not used
5 (New) Transmission error redial function
6
When STOP key is pressed
during a sequential boradcastiong
1
Set
0
Not set
No
Cancel all
communication
7
Yes
Only cancel
communication
in progress
Not output
Error transmission report when
transmission is stopped
output
[Bit 5]
It can select whether transmission error redial function is effective.
When "Yes" is selected, transmission error redial setting function is displayed in
transmission setting item in user menu settings and it is possible to set and activate this
function. However, quick memory transmission function and memory overflow
transmission function are invalid. The quick memory transmission function itself is not
displayed as setting item.
When "No" is selected, transmission error redial setting function is not displayed in the
transmission setting item in user menu settings and it is impossible to set and activate this
function. Though, quick memory transmission function and memory overflow
transmission function are valid.
Bit5
1
0
Function
Transmission error Setting: possible
redial
Operation: possible
Setting: impossible
Operation: impossible
Quick memory
transmission
Setting: impossible
Setting: possible
Operation: impossible Operation: possible
Memory overflow
transmission
Operation: impossible Operation: possible
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#1 SSSW
SW28 (service soft switch 28: V.8/V.34 protocol settings)
Bit
0 (New)
1 (New)
2 (New)
3 (New)
4 (New)
5 (New)
6
7
Function
Caller V.8 protocol
Called party V.8 protocol
Caller V.8 protocol late start
Called party V.8 protocol late start
V.34 reception fallback
V.34 transmission fallback
Not used
Not used
1
NO
NO
NO
NO
Prohibited
Prohibited
0
YES
YES
YES
YES
Not prohibited
Not prohibited
[Bit 0]
Select whether to use the V.8 protocol when calling. If NO is selected, the V.8 protocol is
inhibited at calling and the V.21 protocol is used.
[Bit 1]
Select whether to use the V.8 protocol when called. If NO is selected, the V8 protocol is
inhibited when called and the V.21 protocol is used.
[Bit 2]
If ANSam signal is not received during transmission, select whether to use the V.8
protocol when the other fax machine declares the V.8 protocol in DIS signal. If NO is
selected, the CI signal is not transmitted and the V.8 protocol is not used even if the DIS
that specifies the V.8 protocol is received.
[Bit 3]
Select whether to declare the V.8 protocol in DIS signal for reception. If NO is selected,
the V.8 protocol cannot be used because it is not declared in DIS signal.
[Bit 4]
Select whether the reception side falls back during V.34 reception. If Prohibited is
selected, the reception side does not fall back.
[Bit 5]
Select whether the transmission side falls back during V.34 transmission. If Prohibited is
selected, the transmission side does not fall back.
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#2 MENU
No.
008
009
Function
V.34 max. baud rate
V.34 max. transmission speed
Selection range
2400~3429
2.4~33.6
Default setting
3429 (3429 baud)
33.6 (33600 bps)
[No. 008]
Select the maximum baud rate for V.34 transmission: 3429, 3200, 3000, 2800, 2743, and
2400.
This model cannot use 2743 baud due to its modem specification. If it is set to
2743 baud, the maximum baud rate is 2400 baud.
NOTE
[No.009]
Select the maximum transmission speed for V.34 transmission: 2.4 to 33.6 kbps (2.4 × n:
1 ≤ n ≤ 14).
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#3 NUMERIC PARAM. (numeric parameter settings)
No.
010
011
013
Function
T0 Timer
T1 Timer (Rx)
Maximum time to receive
one line of image data
Selection range
0~9999
0~9999
500~3000
Default setting
5500 (55 second)
3500 (35 second)
1320 (13.2 second)
[No.010]
The “wait time after transmission of a dialing signal ends until a significant signal is
detected in transmission” was set as T1 timer with parameter 10. However, ITU-T
recommends that it should be set as T0 timer, so parameter 10 has been renamed to T0
timer and the default time-out time has been changed from 35 to 55 seconds.
NOTE
The T1 timer for the transmitter (wait time after a CED, V21 flag, or ANSam
significant signal is detected until the next significant signal is detected) is
fixed at 35 seconds.
[No.011]
Set the T1 timer for the receiver (wait time after DIS transmission starts until a significant
signal is received).
If frequent errors occur during reception because of line connection conditions, raise the
value of this parameter.
[No.013]
Set the maximum time to receive one line of image data when image data is received.
If the other party is a computer fax and the time to receive one line of image data is long,
raise the value of this parameter to increase the maximum reception time.
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#7 PRINTER
Service soft switch settings
SW04 (switch 04: reduction/cassette selection settings)
Bit
Function
0 (New) When LTR/LGL specification
is received by DCS, the
cassette is selected according
to the specification.
1
Not used
2
Not used
3
Not used
4
Not used
5
Not used
6
Not used
7
Not used
1
No
0
Yes
[Bit 0]
Selects whether or not the recording paper is selected according to the DCS specification
when the other fax machine specifies LTR or LGL in DCS signal during reception. If it is
0, the specified recording paper is used regardless of the paper length. If it is 1, the
receiving station selects the recording paper. This switch is valid when #1 SSSW, SW05
bit 5 is 0.
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SSSW Default Setting
TYPE
#1 SSSW
SW01
SW02
SW03
SW04
SW05
SW06
SW07
SW08
SW09
SW10
SW11
SW12
SW13
SW14
SW15
SW16
SW17
SW18
SW19
SW20
SW21
SW22
SW23
SW24
SW25
SW26
SW27
SW28
SW29
SW30
EUROPE
U.K.
SWEDEN
SWISS
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000010
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000010
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000010
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
#2 MENU
05:
06:
07:
08:
09:
10:
OFF
DIAL
10
3429
33.6
25Hz
OFF
DIAL
10
3429
33.6
25Hz
OFF
DIAL
10
3429
33.6
25Hz
OFF
DIAL
10
3429
33.6
25Hz
OFF
DIAL
10
3429
33.6
25Hz
OFF
DIAL
10
3429
33.6
25Hz
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SSSW Default Setting
TYPE
#1 SSSW
SW01
SW02
SW03
SW04
SW05
SW06
SW07
SW08
SW09
SW10
SW11
SW12
SW13
SW14
SW15
SW16
SW17
SW18
SW19
SW20
SW21
SW22
SW23
SW24
SW25
SW26
SW27
SW28
SW29
SW30
NORWAY HOLLAND BELGIUM AUSTRALIA FINLAND
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000010
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000010
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00010000
00000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
10000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000010
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000011
00000000
00000000
00000000
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3.4 Test Functions
This fax functions for testing individual operations, such as below.
3.4.1 Test mode overview
Test mode can be executed by following the menu items from the display.
a) DRAM tests
Writes data to DRAM image storage areas and reads that data to check operations.
b) Print test
Prints nine different patterns within the print area.
c) Modem, NCU tests
The frequency test, G3 signal transmission test, and Tonal and DTMF signals reception
tests, and V.34 G3 signal transmission test.
d) Faculty tests
Test the operation of operation panel, sensor functions, and stamp function.
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3.4.2 Test mode flowchart
To operate the test mode, after pressing the Data registration button, press the # button and
select “SERVICE MODE”. After this, select “TEST MODE” with the ▲ ▼ buttons, and
press the Set button.
To end test mode, press the Stop button followed by the Clear button.
TEST MODE
“*” indicates that these items
are not used in the field.
[1] D-RAM
*[2] CS
*[0] CG
*[1] WHITE
[3] PRINT
[2] BLACK
*[3] STRIPES
*[4] CHECKERS
*[5] GRID
[6] ENDURANCE
*[7] BLACK/WHITE
*[8] BIAS
*[9] FIXING PATTERN
*[*] PRINTING AREA
*[#] CRG TEST
[4] MODEM NCU
*[1] RELAY
[5] AGING TEST
[2] FREQ
[4] G3 Tx
*[5] DTMF Tx TEST
[6] TONE Rx
[8] V34 G3 Tx TEST
[6] FACULTY TEST
*[1] G3 4800bps Tx
[3] SENSOR
*[4] ADF
[5] STAMP
*[6] SPEAKER
[7] OPERATION PANEL
*[9] LINE DETECT
*[#] ESS TEST
Figure 2-44 Test Mode (1/2)
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(Indicated only when the optional FAX-L1000 ISDN kit is installed.)
[9]ISDN TEST
[1] DRAM TEST
[2] FREQ
*[3] LOOP TEST
[4] G3 Tx TEST
[7] V34 G3 Tx TEST
[8] DTMF Tx TEST
Figure 2-45 Test Mode (2/2)
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3.4.3 D-RAM tests
Pressing the numeric key 1 from the test mode menu selects the D-RAM tests. D-RAM Test 1
writes data to the entire D-RAM region and reads it out to check that operations are correct.
D-RAM Test 2 just reads data at high speed. This test can be used to check operations when
optional memory has been added.
Operating
1:D-RAM
∗. . . . .
3456K
∗∗∗∗∗∗
3456K: D-RAM total memory capacity (bytes)
(7552 K: When 4 Mbyte Memory added)
(11648 K: When 8 Mbyte Memory added)
∗ : Indicates an address for which write testing is complete.
. : Indicates an address for which read testing is complete.
Error
Normal end
1:D-RAM
complete
Error display
3456K
(no error)
WRT= 33CC RD= 33EC
ADR= BF840201
Restart by pressing
Start key.
WRT : data written
RD : data read
ADR : address
Error display
1:D-RAM
complete
3456K
(error)
Figure 2-46 D-RAM Test
Before D-RAM test, output all image data in image memory.
When D-RAM test is performed, all image data are cleared.
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3.4.4 Print test
a) Test mode print test
The Print Test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 3 from the test mode menu. In
this test, various print patterns are output from the printer. As service print patterns, press
the numeric key 2 from the Print Test menu to select “3-2: BLACK” or press the numeric
key 6 to select “3-6: ENDURANCE”. Do not use the other patterns. They are for
development and factory use.
Check the following for the print pattern.
Check for image shrinking, stretching,
soiling, and black stripes.
“3-6: ENDURANCE”
Check for white stripes and
unevenness.
“3-2: BLACK”
Figure 2-47 Print Pattern Check
NOTE
After completion of the print test, if the printing was normal, copy a
document. If there is any defect in the copied image, there is a defect in the
scan section.
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3.4.5 Modem and NCU tests
These tests test modem and NCU transmission and reception. The modem tests check whether
signals are sent correctly from the modem by comparing the sound of the signals from the
speaker with the sounds from a normal modem. Also, you check on the display whether or not
the modem correctly detected received tone signals and DTMF signals.
End this test by pressing the Stop button.
Modem test type
Frequency test
Overview
The modem sends tonal signals from the modular
jack and the speaker.
The modem sends G3 signals from the modular
jack and the speaker.
The modem detects specific frequencies and
DTMF signals received from the modular jack.
The modem sends V.34 G3 signals from the
modular jack and the speaker.
G3 signal transmission test
Tonal signal/DTMF signal
reception tests
V.34 G3 signal transmission test
a) Frequency test
The frequency test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 2 from the MODEM NCU
test menu. Signals of the frequencies below are sent from the modem using the modular
jack and the speaker. The frequency can be changed with the numeric keys.
Numeric key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Frequency
462 Hz
1100 Hz
1300 Hz
1500 Hz
1650 Hz
1850 Hz
2100 Hz
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b) G3 signal transmission test
The G3 signal transmission test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 4 from the
MODEM NCU test menu. The G3 signals below are sent from the modem using the
modular jack and the speaker. The Speed can be changed with the numeric keys.
Numeric key
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Speed
300 bps
2400 bps
4800 bps
7200 bps
9600 bps
TC7200 pbs
TC9600 bps
12000 bps
14400 bps
The transmission level for each frequency follows the service data.
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c) Tonal and DTMF signal reception tests
The tonal and DTMF signal reception test is selected by pressing the numeric key 6 from
the MODEM NCU test menu. In these tests, you can check whether the tonal signals and
DTMF signals received from the modular jack are detected by the modem.
The 462 ±14 Hz test is included because the modem has a 462±14 Hz detection function.
Tonal signal reception test
4-6 : TONE Rx
0 0 0
000
When 462±14 Hz signal detected, 0 → 1
When 1100±30 Hz signal detected, 0 → 1
When 2100±25 Hz signal detected, 0 → 1
DTMF signal reception test
4-6 : TONE Rx
000
1234567890
The received DTMF signals are displayed in
order from the right on the second line of the
display.
Figure 2-48 Tonal and DTMF Signal Reception Tests
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d) V.34 G3 signal transmission test
The V.34 G3 signal transmission test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 8 from
the MODEM NCU test menu. The V.34 G3 signals below are sent from the modem using
the modular jack and the speaker by pressing the Start/Scan button. The Baud rate can be
changed with the numeric keys, and the Speed can be changed with the search keys.
Numeric key
0
1
2
3
4
5
Baud rate
3429 baud
3200 baud
3000 baud
2800 baud
2743 baud
2400 baud
Search key
Speed
2.4 kbps
4.8 kbps
7.2 kbps
9.6 kbps
12.0 kpbs
14.4 kbps
16.8 kbps
19.2 kbps
21.6 kbps
24.0 kbps
26.4 kbps
28.8 kpbs
31.2 kbps
33.6 kbps
▲
▼
The transmission level for each baud rate and speed follows the service data.
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3.4.6 AGING test
If the numeric key 5 is pressed in the test mode menu, the AGING test is selected. In this test,
the contact sensor LED is lit, and the document read motor driven in fine mode. Also, the
printer will fine print a endurance pattern. The AGING test will end after the output of the
printer is halted by pressing the Stop button.
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3.4.7 Faculty tests
The faculty tests are selected by pressing the numeric key 6 from the test mode menu. These
tests test the following faculties of this fax.
Test type
Sensor tests
Operation panel test
Stamp test
Overview
Test whether the sensors are operating correctly.
Tests whether the key switches on the control panel are
operating correctly.
Tests whether the stamp function is operating correctly.
a) Sensor tests
The sensor test is selected by pressing the numeric key 3 from the faculty test menu. In this
test, you can check the status of each sensor of this fax in items 1 to 3 on the display.
You can also check if sensors that use actuators and microswitches are operating correctly
by moving the actuator or microswitch.
Items 4 and 5 are not used in the field.
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6-3 : SENSOR
[1] - - - [6]
Pressing the 1 key.
DS of DES of DW S A4
CMS on DFS of
DS
: Document sensor
on/of: document/no document
DES : Document edge sensor
DWS : Document width sensor
A4
CMS : Cam sensor
DFS : Document feed sensor
Pressing the 2 key.
MLT of A4LCT of A4
UCT on A4
MLT on A4 LCT of A4
Cassette 2 recording paper size sensor : A4
Cassette 2 recording paper sensor: on/of
(recording paper/no recording paper)
Cassette 2 (Lower cassette)
Multi-Purpose tray recording paper size sensor: A4/LTR/LGL
Multi-Purpose tray recording paper sensor: on/of
(recording paper/no recording paper)
Multi-Purpose tray
UCT on A4
Cassette 1 recording paper size sensor: A4
Cassette 1 recording paper sensor: on/of
(recording paper/no recording paper)
Cassette 1 (Upper cassette)
Pressing the 3 key.
CRG on CVS on
JAM of RPS on
TN on
CRG : Cartridge sensor
CVS : Cover sensor
TN : Toner sensor
JAM : Recording paper eject jam detection
RPS : Recording paper detection
Figure 2-49 Sensor Tests
The sensor test 4 to 6 are for factory testing purposes, and so are unrelated in
the field.
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a-1) Toner sensor test check method
Use the following methods to test “TN on”, and “TN of”.
• "TN on" check
(1) Open the printer cover.
(2) Insert a cartridge containing toner into the fax.
(3) Close the printer cover.
• "TN of" check
(1) Open the printer cover.
(2) Insert the empty cartridge into the fax.
(3) Close the printer cover.
High voltage terminal
Printer cover
Toner sensor terminal
Printer cover sensor
Figure 2-50 Toner Sensor
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(3) Close the printer cover.
If the printer cover is closed without a cartridge being inserted, there will be
no “TN of” display, and this will not count as a sensor malfunction.
If the printer cover sensor lever is pressed while the cartridge sensor lever is
being pressed, high voltage will be applied to the high voltage terminals.
b) Stamp test
The stamp test is selected by pressing the numeric key 5 from the faculty test menu. In this
test, check if the stamp function operates correctly. The stamp test can test the following 2
operations.
6-5: STAMP
[1] ---[2]
Pressing 1.
Pressing 2.
6-5: STAMP
5 point P.0000/0020
After the document is fed
to the stamp position and
stamped five times, it is
ejected.
6-5: STAMP
endless P.0000/0020
The document is fed until the
stamp position, and will be fed
and pressed with the stamp until
the document sensor (DS)
becomes OFF.
Figure 2-51 Stamp Test
The above tests are carried out until the document sensor (DS) goes off.
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c) Operation panel tests
The operation panel test is selected by pressing the numeric key 7 from the faculty test
menu. In this test, check that the display, LED lamps, buttons and the sensors of one-touch
speed dialing panel on the operation panel are operating correctly.
c-1) Display test
Pressing the Start/Scan button from the operation panel menu, “H” is displayed 20
characters by 2 lines. The next time the Start/Scan button is pressed, all the LCD dots are
displayed. Check for any LCD dots in the display that are not displayed.
c-2) LED lamp test
The LED lamp test is selected by pressing the Start/Scan button after the display test.
When the Start/Scan button is pressed, all the lamps on the operation panel light. Check
for any LED that does not blink during the test.
c-3) Operation key test
The Operation key test is selected by pressing the Start/Scan button after the LED lamp
test.
In this test, you press the button corresponding to the displayed character to put it out. The
table giving the correspondence between the characters and the buttons is below. When the
LEDs for the character for the Ultra Fine-Super Fine-Fine-Standard button, the
Darker-Standard-Lighter button, or the Text-Text/Photo button are all lit up, the display
goes out.
CharacterOperation button Character
1-#
Numeric keys
r
T
Transaction button
$
R
Redial button
E
Set button
U
L
Clear button
C
Copy button
A
O
Hook button
&
D
Coded dial button
%
<
Down cursor button
G
>
Up cursor button
S
Y
Directory button
M
!
Energy saver button
I
p
PRT. Message button
V
M
Delete file button
E
/
Program button
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Operation button
R button
Ultra Fine-Super FineFine-Standard button
Darker-StandardLighter button
Text-Text/Photo button
Manual Rx button
Direct Tx button
Go button
Shift button
Menu button
Item button
Value button
Enter/Cancel button
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When all the characters displayed have gone out, the system next starts the one-touch
speed dialing button test. The letters a to y are displayed, corresponding to one-touch
speed dialing button 1 to 25. Each letter displayed goes out when its corresponding onetouch speed dialing button is pressed.
The letters z, A and B go out when the one-touch speed dialing panels are closed.
In this test, check for operation button whose corresponding character or letter does not go
out when the button is pressed.
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6-7:OPERATION PANEL
Press Start/Scan button.
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH H pattern displayed
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Press Start/Scan button.
All LCD dots displayed
Press Start/Scan button.
6-7:OPERATION PANEL
LED TEST
All LED lamps light up.
Press Start/Scan button.
123456789 ∗ 0 #
pM / r
COD < > Y !
TR EL
$UA &%
When a button is pressed, the
corresponding character goes out.
When the entire
display has gone out
abcdefghijklmnopqrst
uvwxyzAB
When a one-touch speed dialing
button is pressed and one-touch
dial panel is opened, the
corresponding letter goes out.
When the entire
display has gone out
When a printer button is pressed,
the corresponding letter goes
out.
GSMIVE
When the entire
display has gone out.
OK
Press the Stop button to end the test.
Figure 2-52 Operation Panel
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3.4.8 ISDN test
When numeric key 9 is pressed on the TEST MODE menu, the ISDN test is selected. An
ISDN test and a modem test are carried out. Check whether the signal is correctly transmitted
from the modem by comparing the signal sound from the speaker with the sound from the
speaker of a normal machine. Check whether the received tonal signal and DTMF signal are
correctly detected by the modem with the display.
The test is terminated by pressing the stop button.
Modem test type
DRAM test
Frequency test
G3 signal transmission test
V.34 G3 signal transmission test
Overview
Not used
Send a tonal signal from a modem with a speaker.
Send a G3 signal from a modem with a speaker.
Send a V.34 G3 signal from a modem with a
speaker.
Send a DTMF signal from a modem with a
speaker.
DTMF transmission test
a) DRAM test
This test is not used by this machine.
b) Frequency test
When numeric key 2 is pressed on the ISDN test menu, the frequency test is selected. Press
numeric key 1 or 2 to select one of two modems. This test sends signals with the following
frequencies from a modem with a speaker. The frequencies can be changed with numeric
keys.
Numeric key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Frequency
0462 Hz
1100 Hz
1300 Hz
1500 Hz
1650 Hz
1850 Hz
2100 Hz
The frequency and its output level depend on service data setting.
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c) G3 signal transmission test
When numeric key 4 is pressed on the ISDN test menu, the G3 signal transmission test is
selected. Press numeric key 1 or 2 to select one of two modems. This test sends a G3 signal
from a modem with a speaker. The transmission speed can be changed with numeric keys.
Numeric key
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Speed
TC0300 bps
TC2400 bps
TC4800 bps
TC7200 bps
TC9600 bps
TC7200 bps
TC9600 bps
T 12000 bps
T 14400 bps
The transmission level of each signal depends on service data setting.
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d) V.34 G3 signal transmission test
The V.34 G3 signal transmission test menu is selected by pressing the numeric key 8 from
the MODEM NCU test menu. The V.34 G3 signals below are sent from the modem using
the modular jack and the speaker by pressing the Start/Scan button. The Baud rate can be
changed with the numeric keys, and the Speed can be changed with the search keys.
Numeric key
0
1
2
3
4
5
Search key
▲
▼
Baud rate
3429 baud
3200 baud
3000 baud
2800 baud
2743 baud
2400 baud
Speed
02.4 kbps
04.8 kbps
07.2 kbps
09.6 kbps
12.0 kbps
14.4 kbps
16.8 kbps
19.2 kbps
21.6 kbps
24.0 kbps
26.4 kbps
28.8 kbps
31.2 kbps
33.6 kbps
The transmission level for each baud rate and speed follows the service data.
NOTE
e) DTMF signal transmission test
When numeric key 8 is pressed on the ISDN test menu,the DTMF signal transmission test
is selected. Press numeric key 1 or 2 to select one of two modems. This test sends a DTMF
signal from a modem with a speaker. The DTMF signal is transmitted according to the key
pressed.
The transmission level of each signal depends on service date setting.
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Reference
FAX-L1000 Chapter 3: Technical Reference
1. SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 Overview
This G3 facsimile transceiver conforms to ITU-T international standards.
1.1.1 Facsimile overview
•Improved speed
This fax unit is equipped with the ITU-T standard V.34 mode which enables transmission
speeds up to 33,600bps, more than double the rate of older G3 fax models.
•Full support of ITU-T subaddresses and passwords
You can employ ITU-T subaddresses and passwords to communicate not only with other
Canon faxes, but fax machines of other manufacturers as well.
•Economical and quiet
Canon’s RAPID Fusing System™ realizes quiet operation while you save money. If the fax
machine remains idle for a specified length of time, the fax machine automatically shuts itself
down and enters the low energy sleep mode, and will remain in this low energy mode until the
fax machine receives a document transmission or until you press the ENERGY SAVER
button, You can also use recycled paper in this fax.
•Large paper capacity
A large paper capacity means less time spent loading paper in the paper cassettes. The MP
(Multi-Purpose) tray holds a stack of up to 100 sheets. Paper Cassette 1 holds 500 sheets, for a
total of 600 sheets. Paper Cassette 2, available as an option, holds another 500 sheets for a
total of 1100 sheets. All cassettes and the MP tray can be adjusted to fit a variety of standard
paper sizes, and are easy to access and re-fill.
•Quick-on-line TX
Before the fax is finished scanning a long document, it will start dialing and sending the pages
that are already scanned. By the time the last page is scanned, the document transmission is
well under way.
•Better security with PIN Codes
For PBXs (private branch exchanges) that require PIN (Personal Identification Number) codes
to acquire an outside line, you can now turn on the PIN code feature with a user software
switch included with the user data settings. For better security, the PIN codes are not
displayed on the LCD display during dialing (only a “C” appears), and they do not appear in
printed activity reports.
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•Expanded transaction features
You can create up to 50 private memory boxes and set them up to receive documents. If the
other party’s fax can use ITU-T subaddresses and passwords, you can set up and use memory
boxes even if the other party’s fax unit is not a Canon fax.
•JBIG, Improved image data compression
JBIG is a new ITU-T standard image data compression method. JBIG's compression method
allows data to be compressed more efficiently* than MMR, a conventional compression
method. JBIG is especially effective when transmitting halftone image documents. Because
the smaller data size requires less transmission time, JBIG saves you time and money.
*Actual compression ratio may vary with image.
1.1.2 Option overview
•Fax memory
4MB memory module is available to expand the fax memory capacity.
•FAX-L1000 Printer Kit
This option enables your fax to operate as a printer.
•Printer options
The Paper Feed Unit, Envelope Feeder, Duplex Unit, FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit, and FAXL1000 Network Printer Upgrade Kit are available as printer options. Also, 4MB, 8MB, and 16
MB RAM DIMM modules are available to expand the printer memory capacity.
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1.2 Configuration and Structure
1.2.1 Product names
LASER beam printing type G3 facsimile
FAX-L1000
467 mm
588 mm
1.2.2 External view
PAPER FEED UNIT
(option)
508 mm
713 mm
828 mm
HANDSET (option)
501 mm
571 mm
Figure 3-1 External View
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1.2.3 Configuration
a) Main unit
Structural section
Control section
Scanning section
Printing section
Operation section
Power supply
Line interface section
: Frame, motors, rollers, covers, and others
(sensors, etc.)
: SCNT board, ECNT board
: Contact sensor
: LASER beam printer unit
: OPCNT board
: Power supply unit
: NCU board, Modular board
b) Accessories
• Power Cord (UK, GER, FRN, AUS, AE only)
• Document Feeder Tray
• Document Output tray
• Upper Output Tray
• Destination Labels (2)
• Tray label (UK, GER, FRN, AUS, AE only)
• Modular Line Cord (UK, GER, FRN, AUS, AE only)
• FX6 Toner Cartridge
• User’s Guide (UK, GER, FRN, AUS, AE only)
• Mercury Seal (UK only)
• Brochure for supplies (FRN only)
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1.3 Specifications and Functions
1.3.1 Basic specifications
Type
Desktop facsimile transceiver
Body color
Art gray
Power source
Voltage
Frequency
from AC 180 to 264 V
from 48 to 62 Hz
Power consumption
Standby (ESS On)
Standby (ESS Off)
Operation
Maximum
approx. 2W
approx. 22W
approx. 330W (100% of document black copy)
approx. 750W
Main unit usage environment
Temperature
from 50.0°F to 90.5°F (10°C to 32.5°C)
Humidity
from 20% to 80% RH
Horizontality
±3° or less
Operating noise
Measured in accordance with ISO standards
Standby
approx. 35 dB(A)
Operating
approx. 54 dB(A)
Dimensions
19.72" (W) × 20.78" (D) × 18.39" (H) (501mm × 508mm × 467mm)
19.72" (W) × 20.78" (D) × 23.15" (H) (501mm × 508mm × 588mm)
(With optional paper feed unit)
Not including handset, paper tray
Weight
Approx. 57.32 lbs (26 kg)
Approx. 72.75 lbs (33 kg)
(With optional paper feed unit)
Not including handset, paper, toner cartridge, document feeder tray, document output tray,
upper output tray
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1.3.2 Communications specifications
Applicable lines
Analog line (one line)
• PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
Handset (Option)
Handset with no numeric buttons
Transmission method
Half-duplex
Transmission control protocol
ITU-T V.8 protocol V.34 protocol/ECM protocol
ITU-T T.30 binary protocol/ECM protocol
Modulation method
G3 image signals
G3 procedure signals
ITU-T V.27ter (2.4k, 4.8k bps)
ITU-T V.29 (7.2k, 9.6k bps)
ITU-T V.17 (14.4kbps, 12kbps, TC9.6kbps, TC7.2kbps)
ITU-T V.34 (2.4kbps, 4.8kbps, 7.2kbps, 9.6kbps,
12kbps, 14.4kbps, 16.8kbps, 19.2kbps, 21.6kbps,
24kbps, 26.4kbps, 28.8kbps, 31.2kbps, 33.6kbps )
ITU-T V.21 (No.2) 300bps
ITU-T V.8, V.34 300bps, 600bps, 1200bps
Transmission speed
33.6k, 31.2k, 28.8k, 26.4k, 24k, 21.6k, 19.2k, 16.8k, 14.4k, 12k, TC9.6k, TC7.2k, 9.6k,
7.2k, 4.8k, 2.4k bps
With automatic fallback function
Coding
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Error correction
ITU-T ECM
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Canon express protocol
CEP1
Time required for transmission protocol
Mode
Pre-message
Protocol *1
Post-message
Protocol *2
(between pages)
V.8 / V.34
T.30 Standard
CEP1
Approx. 6 s
Approx. 18 s
Approx. 9 s
Approx. 1 s
Approx. 4 s
Approx. 2 s
Post-message
Protocol *3
(after pages)
Approx. 1 s
Approx. 4 s
Approx. 1 s
*1 Time from when other facsimile is connected to the line until image transmission begins.
*2 Post-message (between pages): Time from after one document has been sent until
*3
transmission of the next document starts if several pages are transmitted.
Post-message (after last pages): Time from after image transmission is completed until
line is switched from facsimile to telephone.
Minimum transmission time
G3
G3 (ECM)
10 ms
0 ms
Transmission output level
from -8 to -15 dBm
Minimum receive input level
-43 dBm
Modem IC
CONEXANT (formerly Rockwell) R288F
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1.3.3 Scanner section specifications
Type
Sheets
Sheet dimensions
Maximum
Minimum
Thickness
Width 10.98" × length 39.4"
(Width 279mm × length 1m)
Width 5.83" × length 5.04"
(Width 148mm × length 128mm)
Multiple pages
from 0.002" to 0.005" (0.06mm to 0.13mm)
Single page
from 0.002" to 0.009" (0.05mm to 0.23mm)
ADF capacity
A4/Letter
Legal
B4 (AE only)
11 inch × 17 inch
50 sheets or less
20 sheets or less
20 sheets or less
20 sheets or less
Effective scanning width
A4
LTR/LGL
B4 (AE only)
8.19" (208mm)
8.43" (214mm)
10.00" (254 mm)
Scanning method
Contact sensor scanning method
Scanning line density
Horizontal:
Standard/Fine/Superfine
Ultrafine
Vertical:
Standard
Fine
Superfine/Ultrafine
203.2 dpi (8 dots/mm)
406.4 dpi (16 dots/mm) (Interpolated)
97.79 dpi (3.85 line/mm)
195.58 dpi (7.7 line/mm)
391.16 dpi (15.4 line/mm)
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Copy resolution
Memory copy
16 dots/mm × 15.4 line/mm (Interpolated)
Scanning density adjustment
Lighter, Standard, Darker:
The density level of each mode can be selected
by the user data.
Scanning density adjustment is only valid in binary image mode.
NOTE
Image modes
Binary
Auto halftone
Documents containing black-and-white characters
Document containing black and white characters, documents
containing photographs, mixed black and white characters, and
photographs.
Auto halftone mode cannot deal with blueprints, tracing paper, blue or green
mark highlighting parts.
NOTE
Half tone
64-gradation error diffusion system (UHQ 6.6)
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Scanning range
Item
Effective
scanning width
Effective
scanning length
(Fine, Superfine)
Effective
scanning length
(Standard)
Left margin
Right margin
Top margin
Bottom margin
(Fine, Superfine)
Bottom margin
(Standard)
A4
8.19"±0.004"
(208 ±0.1 mm)
11.54"±0.16"
(293 ±4.0 mm)
Letter
8.43"±0.004"
(214 ±0.1 mm)
10.84"±0.16"
(275.4±4.0 mm)
Legal
8.43"±0.004"
(214 ±0.1 mm)
13.84"±0.16"
(351.6±4.0 mm)
11.54"±0.22"
(293 ±5.5 mm)
10.84"±0.22"
13.84"±0.22"
14.17"±0.22"
(275.4 ±5.5 mm) (351.6 ±5.5 mm) (360.0 ±5.5 mm)
0.04" ±0.12"
(1.0 ±3.0 mm)
0.04" ±0.14"
(1.0 ±3.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.14"
(2.0 ±3.5 mm)
0.04" ±0.12"
(1.0 ±3.0 mm)
0.04" ±0.14"
(1.0 ±3.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.14"
(2.0 ±3.5 mm)
0.04" ±0.12"
(1.0 ±3.0 mm)
0.04" ±0.14"
(1.0±3.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.14"
(2.0 ±3.5 mm)
B4 (AE only)
10.00"±0.004"
(254 ±0.1 mm)
14.17"±0.16"
(360.0±4.0 mm)
0.06" ±0.12"
(1.5 ±3.0 mm)
0.06" ±0.14"
(1.5±3.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.14"
(2.0 ±3.5 mm)
Units are inches with mm shown in parentheses.
Left
margin
Effective
scanning width
Right
margin
➂
➀
➃
Document leading edge
SCANNING
DROP OUT RANGE
➄Top margin
SCANNING RANGE
➁Effective
scanning length
➅Bottom margin
Document trailing edge
Figure 3-2 Scanning Range
Document scanning width “A4/LTR” is set in service data #1SSSW SW 06,
bit 4.
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1.3.4 Printer section specifications
Paper dimensions
A4
8.27" × 11.69" (210 mm × 297 mm)
Letter
8.50" × 10.98" (216 mm × 279 mm)
Legal
8.50" × 14.02" (216 mm × 356 mm)
Paper cassette capacity
Cassette
2.20" (56mm) or less in stacking height (Approx. 500 sheets)
Multi-purpose (MP) tray
0.39" (10mm) or less in stacking height (Approx. 100 sheets)
Exit tray stacking
A4/LTR
LGL
UPPER tray
LOWER tray
UPPER tray
LOWER tray
Approx. 100 sheets
Approx. 200 sheets
Approx. 100 sheets
Approx. 100 sheets
Printing method
Laser beam printer
Printing cartridge
Product name
Product code
Strage conditions
Valid period
Canon FX6 Toner Cartridge
H11-6431
Temperature
From 32.0°F to 95.0°F (0°C to 35°C)
Humidity
From 35% to 85% RH
2.5 years from date of manufacture displayed on carton.
Toner detection
Antenna method
Printing speed
Letter
A4
Approx. 17 Sheets/min
Approx. 16 Sheets/min
Printing resolution
600dpi Smoothing
Reduction for reception
Fixed reduction (75%, 90%, 95%, 97%)
Auto reduction (70~100%)
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Recommended recording paper
Canon Copier LTR/LGL Premium Paper
Weight
75 g/m2
Paper size
Letter, Legal
Manufactured by
BOISE CASCADE
KANGAS
Weight
Paper size
Manufactured by
80 g/m2
A4
KANGAS
NEUSIEDLER Canon Paper
Weight
80 g/m2
Paper size
A4
Manufactured by
NEUSIEDLER
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Printing range
Item
Effective printing width
A4
8.01
(203.5 mm)
11.34" ±0.12"
(288.0 ±3.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.10"
(2.0 ±2.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.18"
(2.0 ±4.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.28" ±0.26"
(7.0 ±6.5 mm)
Effective printing length
Left margin
Right margin
Top margin
Bottom margin
Letter
8.24"
(209.4 mm)
10.65" ±0.12"
(270.4 ±3.0 mm)
0.08" ±0.10"
(2.0 ±2.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.18"
(2.0 ±4.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.28" ±0.26"
(7.0 ±6.5 mm)
Left
margin
Effective
printing width
Right
margin
➂
➀
➃
Legal
8.24"
(209.4 mm)
13.65" ±0.14"
(346.6 ±3.6 mm)
0.08" ±0.10"
(2.0 ±2.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.18"
(2.0 ±4.5 mm)
0.08" ±0.08"
(2.0 ±2.0 mm)
0.28" ±0.27"
(7.0 ±6.9 mm)
Recording paper leading edge
PRINTING DROP OUT RANGE
PRINTING RANGE
➄Top margin
Effective
➁printing length
➅Bottom margin
Recording paper trailing edge
Figure 3-3 Printing Range
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1.3.5 Functions
FAX/TEL switching
None
Answering machine connection
None
Memory reception
When receiving Canon FAX Standard Chart No.1
Standard
Max. 192 pages
Memory expanded
Max. 448 pages (4MB option memory mounted)
Max. 704 pages (8MB option memory mounted)
Polling
Polling transmission
The document is accumulated into memory ahead of time, then transmitted when there is a
polling request from the other party.
Polling reception
Receives from a fax in automatic transmission mode
One touch locations
Max. 72
Coded speed dial locations
Max. 128
Confidential reception
Memory reception of images from a transmitting fax that has the confidential transmission
function for memory reception.
Box No.
00~99 (Up to 50 boxes can be created.)
Subaddress (ITU-T standard)
Max. 20 digits
Transmission password
Max. 20 digits
(ITU-T standard)
Operation password
4 digits
Confidential transmission
Sends transmission images to receiving fax machines with the confidential reception
function for memory reception.
Box No.
00~99
Subaddress (ITU-T standard)
Max. 20 digits
Transmission password
Max. 20 digits
(ITU-T standard)
Destinations
Max. 200
Remote reception
Method
Remote ID (with ID call#)
ID call# (ID input method)
2 digits
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Auto dialing
Telephone number digits
One-touch dial
Coded speed dial
Group dial
Redial
Max. 39 digits
Max. 72
Max. 128
Max. 199 (One-touch: 71, Coded speed dial: 128)
Numeric button redial function (max. 120 digits)
Delayed transmission
Locations
Max. 210 (One-touch : 72, Coded speed dial : 128)
Numeric button: 10)
Max. 5 time
Designated time
Broadcast transmission
Locations
Max. 210 (One-touch : 72, Coded speed dial : 128)
Numeric button: 10)
Max. 199 (One-touch : 71, Coded speed dial : 128)
Group button addresses
Relay broadcasting originating
Group No.
Subaddress (ITU-T standard)
Transmission password
(ITU-T standard)
Destinations
Relay broadcasting
Group No.
Subaddress (ITU-T standard)
Transmission password
(ITU-T standard)
Destinations
00~99 (Up to 50 boxes can be created.)
Max. 20 digits
Max. 20 digits
Max. 200
00~99
Max. 20 digits
Max. 20 digits
Max. 200
Closed network
The 8 bit ID is specified by SSSW.
Direct mail prevention
Telephone numbers
compared
Number of digits
Telephone numbers registered under one-touch and
coded speed dial, and a TSI signal
Lower 6 digits (number of digits can be changed with
service data #3)
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Activity management
a) User report
Activity management report
(Every 40 transactions : Can be separated into Tx and Rx)
Activity report (sending / receiving)
1-touch spd dial list
Coded speed dial list
Group dial list
Memory clear list
User’s data list
Multi activity report
Transmission reserve list
Document memory list
b) Service report
System data list
System dump list
Transmitting terminal identification
Items
Time, telephone No. (max 20 digits), senders ID, address,
number of transmitted pages (max 3 digits)
Address
Can be registered with one-touch/ coded speed dial keys
(16 characters)
Senders ID
24 characters (1 name)
Display
Display size
2 rows × 20 digits
Program key
The document mode for scanning or a transmission result report can be registered with the
program key.
Redial
Interval
Count
2 min. (from 2 to 99 min. can be selected in user data)
2 times (from 1 to 10 times can be selected in user data)
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Memory backup
Backup contents
Dial registration data, user data, service data, time
Backup IC
512 kbit SRAM (256 kbit SRAM × 2)
Backup battery
Lithium battery 3.0 V DC / 560 mAh
Battery life
Approx. 5 years
Image data backup
Backup contents
Backup IC
Backup battery
Battery life
Time
Management data
precision
Memory reception, memory copy, delayed transmission
and broadcast transmission image data, activity
management report
4Mbyte DRAM
4Mbyte DRAM (optional memory)
Rechargeable vanadium lithium battery 3.0V DC/ 50 mAh
40 cycles with 100% discharge
(Temperature 77°F(25°C))
year/month/day/hour/minute (24 hour display)
±30 sec per month
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2. THEORY OF OPERATIONS
2.1 Product Overview
2.1.1 Fax main unit
This fax operates on ordinary AC230V household current, and has fax, telephone, and copy
functions.
The communication functions include 33.6k bps G3 transmission with ECM, contact scanner
scanning with an ADF (auto document feeder) that can consecutively transmit multi-page
documents, and a LASER beam printer that can print on plain paper.
2.1.2 Option overview
a) Paper feed unit PF-52
With the paper feed unit installed in the bottom of the main unit, this fax operates as a
three-cassette (Upper, lower cassette and multi-purpose tray) machine.
A cassette can hold up to 500*1 pages of A4, Letter or Legal size recording paper at a time.
For example, if Letter size recording paper is loaded in the upper and lower cassettes and
Legal size recording paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray, the paper appropriate to the
document received can be fed.
Also, if the same size paper is loaded into each cassettes, up to 1,100 pages can be printed
on one loading.
*1
Loaded paper height of 2.20" (56mm) max.
b) Envelope feeder EF-52
If the envelope feeder is attached to the multi-purpose tray assembly, becomes possible to
print envelopes. However, it can not be used to do so when faxing or copying. It can only
print envelopes when being used as a printer.
c) Duplex unit DU-52
By attaching a duplex unit, double-sided printing becomes possible. However, this function
is not possible when faxing or copying. Double-sided printing is only possible when being
used as a printer.
d) FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT
Connection to an ISDN line is possible when the optional FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT is
installed.
e) FAX-L1000 Printer Kit
This option enables your fax to operate as a printer.
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f) 4MB memory kit
The image memory can be expanded by installing 4MB memory boards. Two memory
boards can be installed in the fax machine.
g) Verification stamp unit
The verification stamp unit stamps a check mark near the trailing edge of the scanning side
of each document to verify that all documents are transmitted correctly without any errors,
such as double feeding. This unit is installed near the contact sensor in the lower reader
frame unit.
2.1.3 Consumables
a) Toner cartridge
A new type of toner cartridge (FX6) is used. It is not compatible with the previous types of
cartridges.
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Main unit
FAX-L1000
Option
PAPER FEED UNIT PF-52
OPTION MEMORY VII (4MB)
FAX-L1000 PostScript kit
DUPLEX UNIT DU-52
ENVELOPE FEEDER EF-52
FAX-L1000 Printer kit
STAMP UNIT
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT
FAX-L1000 Network Printer
Upgrade kit
RAM DIMM Module
Consumables
FX6 toner cartridge
4MB
8MB
16MB
Figure 3-4 Product Overview
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2.2 Mechanical Overview
The mechanical section of this fax comprises the scanner section, the pickup section, and the
printer section.
2.2.1 Unit layout diagrams
a) Scanner section
The scanner section has an ADF (auto document feeder) function and can automatically
feed 50 sheets of A4 or letter size documents (20 sheets of B4 (AE only) or legal size
documents). This section has a stopper mechanism to hold documents properly. A contact
sensor scans one document in about 1.4 seconds (standard).
b) Pickup section
The pickup section feeds recording paper from a multi-purpose tray or front cassette to the
printer section. The universal type multi-purpose tray can hold up to 100 pages at a time, or
paper to a maximum height of 0.39" (10 mm), whichever is the lesser, and the guide
positions can be adjusted for letter, A4, and legal paper sizes. The front cassette can hold up
to 500 pages at a time, or paper to a maximum height of 2.20" (56 mm). The recording
paper is fed into the printer unit one page at a time, powered by the main motor.
c) Printer section
The printer section uses a new LASER beam printer engine.
It uses the surf fixing system that activates the heater only when printing to save power and
shorten the wait time.
2.2.2 Document and recording paper flow
a) Document flow
When the document is inserted into the document insertion slot at the main unit, it is fed by
the pick-up roller to the separation roller , and one page at a time is separated. Then, the
document is fed onto the contact sensor unit by the feed roller, and ejected by the eject
roller to the document output tray from the document outlet at the front of the main unit.
b) Recording paper flow
When recording paper is fed from the paper cassette, one sheet of paper is separated from
the others and transferred by the pickup roller and separation rollers. When it is fed from
the multi-purpose tray, one sheet of paper is separated from the others and transferred by
the pickup roller and separation pad. It is then inverted by the feed roller and at the same
time fed from the pickup section to the printer section. Then, after the recording paper is
printed by the printer section, toner cartridge and fixing section, the paper is ejected by the
face-down delivery roller and the paper feed roller at the recording paper outlet on the main
unit.
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Document path
Scanner Section
Printer Section
Paper pickup
Section
Recording paper path
Figure 3-5 Paper Path
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2.2.3 Drive system layout
a) Scanner section
The power of the document read motor is transmitted by belt and gear to drive the pick-up,
separation, feed, and eject rollers. The rotation of pick-up roller is controlled by a cam, DC
motor and separation roller arm.
b) Pickup section
The power of the main motor is transmitted by gears to drive the cassette’s pickup,
separation and feed rollers. The rotation of each roller is controlled by a solenoid.
c) Printer section
The power of the main motor is transmitted by gears to drive the transfer charging roller,
the toner cartridge photosensitive drum, the primary charging roller, the developing
cylinder, the fixing pressure roller, the face-down delivery roller and the paper feed roller.
The face-down delivery roller and the paper feed roller are driven by power transmitted by
gear from the main motor.
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Read motor
Separation roller (Upper)
Main motor
Multi-purpose tray
pickup solenoid
Multi-purpose tray
pickup roller
Document feed roller
Document eject roller
DC motor
Pressure roller
Cassette pickup roller
Separation roller (Upper)
Separation roller (Lower)
Pick-up roller
Document eject roller
Read motor
Document feed roller
Solenoid
Face-down delivery roller
Transfer charging roller
Pre-transfer roller
Multi-purpose tray
pickup solenoid
Paper feed roller
Fixing eject roller
Main motor
Pressure roller
Multi-porpose tray
pickup roller
Feed roller
Feed roller clutch
Cassette pickup roller
Cassette feed roller
Cassette pickup solenoid
Figure 3-6 Drive System Layout
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2.2.4 Electrical system layout
a) Board layout
a-1) SCNT board
The SCNT board, which contains the system controller which controls the entire fax, is
attached to the right side of the main unit.
a-2) NCU board
The NCU board, which controls the telephone line, is attached to the right side of the main
unit behind the SCNT board.
a-3) ECNT board
The ECNT board, which controls the printer assembly motor, solenoid, toner cartridge,
and fixing unit, is attached to the bottom of the main unit.
a-4) OPCNT board
The OPCNT board, which controls the operation panel, is attached to the inside of the
operation panel.
a-5) Power supply unit
The power supply unit, which controls the main unit’s power supply, is attached to the
right side of the main unit, to the right of the SCNT board.
a-6) Modular board
The Modular board, which is the telephone line and NCU board relay, is attached to the
right side of the main unit, in front of the SCNT board.
a-7) TWINS board
The TWINS board relays the SCNT board, Power supply unit, and ECNT board.
a-8) Paper size detection board 1 (Cassette 1)
The paper size detection board 1 is attached to the lower right side of the main unit.
a-9) Paper size detection board 2 (Cassette 2)
The paper size detection board 2 is attached to lower right side of the paper feed unit PF52.
a-10) Sensor board
The sensor board, is attached to the ADF assembly (Upper reader frame unit).
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ECNT board
Power supply unit
NCU board
OPCNT board
Sensor board
Paper size detection boards
SCNT board
TWINS board
Modular board
Sensor board
OPCNT board
ECNT board
Power supply unit
Paper size detection board 1
Paper size detection board 2
TWINS board
SCNT board
NCU board
Modular board
Figure 3-7 Electrical System Layout
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b) Sensor layout
b-1) Contact sensor
This contact sensor (CS) horizontally scans documents up to Letter size 8.42" (214mm)
(B4 size 10.00" (254 mm) for AE) at a horizontal scanning resolution of 8 dots/mm.
b-2) Document sensor (DS)
This sensor, which detects the presence/absence of a document, is attached to the ADF
section (Upper reader frame unit) sensor board.
b-3) Document width sensor (DWS) (AE only)
This sensor, which detects the width of the document, is attached to the ADF section
(Upper reader frame unit) sensor board.
b-4) Document feed sensor (DFS)
This sensor, which detects the feed condition of the document, is attached to the ADF
section (Upper reader frame unit) sensor board.
b-5) Document edge sensor (DES)
This sensor, which detects the lead and rear edges of a document when it is passing
through the ADF, is attached to the ADF section (Base reader frame unit).
b-6) Cam sensor
This sensor, which detects the condition of the cam in the ADF section, is attached to the
ADF section(Upper reader frame unit).
b-7) Panel sensor (A / B / C)
These sensors detect whether the one-touch speed dialing panels are open or closed, and
are located on the OPCNT board.
b-8) Multi-purpose tray paper sensor
This sensor, which detects the presence/absence of recording paper in the multi-purpose
tray, is attached to the multi-purpose pick-up assembly.
b-9) Cassette recording paper sensor
This sensor, which detects the presence/absence of recording paper in the cassette, is
attached to the paper feed section.
b-10) Pre-feed sensor
This sensor, which detects the feed condition of the recording paper, is attached to the
paper feed section.
b-11) Top of page sensor
This sensor, which detects the rear edge of the recording paper when it passes through the
inside of the main unit, is attached to the paper feed section.
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b-12) Recording paper eject sensor 1
This sensor, which detects whether or not the recording paper has been fed as far as the
fixing unit, is attached to the ECNT board.
b-13) Recording paper eject sensor 2
This sensor, which detects whether or not the recording paper has passed through the
fixing unit, is attached to the fixing unit.
b-14) Recording paper overload release sensor
This sensor, which detects that the lower delivery tray is full, is attached to the recording
paper lower delivery assembly.
If the recording paper in the lower delivery assembly becomes filled to capacity, this
sensor switches ON.
After that, if the recording paper continues to be loaded and reaches an overloaded
condition, recording paper overload sensor 1 switches ON. If this overloaded condition is
detected, the delivery of recording paper switches from the lower delivery assembly to the
upper delivery assembly.
After delivery is switched to the upper delivery assembly, even if the recording paper
overload sensor 1 which detects overloading of the lower delivery assembly is switched
OFF by some factor (the user removes some of the paper from the lower delivery
assembly, upward-curled paper flattens with time, etc.), the recording paper overload
release sensor will not switch OFF, and so delivery of recording paper will not return from
the upper delivery assembly to the lower delivery assembly.
b-15) Recording paper overload sensor 1
This sensor, which detects the delivery situation of the recording paper in the lower tray, is
attached to the delivery assembly.
b-16) Recording paper overload sensor 2
This sensor, which detects the delivery situation of the recording paper in the upper tray, is
attached to the delivery assembly.
b-17) Printer cover sensor
This sensor, which detects the opening/closing of the printer cover, is attached to the main
unit frame.
b-18) Cassette recording paper size sensor
This sensor, which detects the cassette is installed and the size of the recording paper
which has been set in the cassette, is attached to the paper size detection board.
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Document width sensor
Document feed sensor
Document sensor
Document edge sensor
Recording paper
overload sensor 2
Printer cover sensor
Recording paper
overload release sensor
Pre-feed sensor
Recording paper
overload sensor 1
Multi-purpose tray paper sensor
Recording paper eject sensor 2
Recording paper eject sensor 1
Top of page sensor
Cassette recording
paper sensor
Cassette recording paper sensor
Cassette recording paper size sensor
Cassette recording paper size sensor
Figure 3-8 Arrangement of Sensors
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2.3 Scanner Section
The scanner section comprises the document feed section and the optical section.
2.3.1 Document feed section
a) Document feed function
a-1) ADF (auto document feed) function
The ADF feeds up to 50 pages*1 of documents placed on the document feeder tray,
separates each page with the separation roller (upper) and separation roller (lower), passes
the page over the contact sensor unit, then ejects the paper to the document output tray.
*1: Letter/A4 size: up to 50 pages, Legal size: up to 20 pages
B4 size (AE only): up to 20 pages
a-2) Document jam detection function
The document jam detection function is to detect eject paper jams and over-length
documents with document sensor (DS) and document edge sensor (DES).
b) Document feed section structure
b-1) ADF structure
In the ADF structure, the rollers needed for document pickup, document separation,
document feed, and document ejection are driven via gears with the power for the stepping
pulse type document feed motor.
The document stopper is installed to position documents correctly and reduce feed errors
due to documents inserted too deeply or insufficiently. When document transfer begins,
the document stopper goes up, and documents are separated one at a time and fed with
pickup roller and the separation rollers.
After separation, the document is fed to the contact sensor section with the document feed
roller. The document feed roller turns faster than the separation roller to prevent the
document from slackening between the document feed roller and the separation roller. The
separation roller is pulled by the document feed roller.
The document fed to the contact sensor section is pressed by a white sheet above the
contact sensor to prevent it from lifting during scanning. To correct shading, the white
level is detected from the white sheet immediately before the paper passes through the
contact sensor.
The document scanned with the contact sensor is delivered to the output tray with the
document eject roller.
The ADF is controlled by the SCNT board’s main CPU counting the document feed motor
step pulses, and the photo-interrupter type document edge sensor*2, document sensor*3 and
document feed sensor*4 equipped with actuator arms detecting the document feed status.
*2
: DES *3: DS *4: DFS
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Separation roller(upper)
Pick-up roller
Separation roller(lower)
Document
feed roller
Contact sensor
Document eject roller
Figure 3-9 Document Feed Section
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NOTE
Document stopper movement
(1) When documents are set (Fig. A)
The document stopper on the ADF section (Upper reader frame) stops the
document which is inserted into the document insertion opening,
preventing it from being pushed in too far.
(2) When the stopper goes up (Fig. B)
The cam is rotated by the DC motor, and the document stopper moves into
a free condition. At this time, the pick-up roller moves down and the
document is fed.
(3) When document feed begins (Fig. C, D)
And the document feed sensor which deeds the document comes ON, the
pick-up roller moves up, and the document stopper maintains a free
condition.
(4) After the document feed ends (Fig. E)
If all of the documents are delivered, the cam is rotated by the DC motor,
the pick-up roller moves up and down, and the stopper returns to its
original condition.
Initializing the document stopper
The projection on the upper document feed roller needs to be set (initialized)
to the optimum position to operate the document stopper properly.
The fax machine performs initialization when the power is turned on, and
after a document is ejected. The initialize operation is described in (4) above.
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(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Figure 3-10 Stopper Movement
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b-2) Document jam detection
The document edge sensor detects such document jams as pickup jams and document too
long errors.
A “pickup jam” means the document edge sensor cannot detect the leading edge of the
document within 15 seconds after document feeding begins.
A “document too long error” means that the document edge sensor cannot detect the
trailing edge of the document, even after the stepping pulses for feeding more than 39.4"
(1000 mm) of document have been transmitted.
NOTE
Document Jam Processing
If a document jam occurs, the fax stops the document read motor and ADF
operations, displays the error, and the Error lamp flashes in red.
For a pickup jam, “CHECK DOCUMENT” is displayed. For document too
long error, “DOCUMENT TOO LONG” is displayed.
If the document is being copied when a document jam occurs, the image data
scanned in and stored in memory are erased for all pages, and print
operations are stopped. Image data stored in memory when memory
transmission, or delayed transmission, or sequential broadcasting, is erased
from memory at the point when the jam is detected.
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2.3.2 Optical section
a) Functions
a-1) Document scanning
For document scanning, the Contact Sensor (CS) horizontally scans documents up to LTR
size 8.42" (214mm)(B4 size 10.00" (254mm) for AE) at a horizontal scanning resolution
of 8 dots/mm (Standard, Fine and Superfine) or 16 dots/mm (Ultrafine).
Vertical scanning resolution is fixed by selecting resolution button on the operation panel.
The document scanning speed changes according to the resolution setting, and scanning
will be done at either 97.79 lines/inch (3.85 lines/mm) for Standard, 195.58 lines/inch (7.7
lines/mm) for Fine, and 391.16 lines/inch (15.4 lines/mm) for Superfine and Ultrafine. The
scanned data are sent to the SCNT board, and image processing carried out by the image
processing IC (UHQ 6.6). When this IC is set for Text/Photo, areas of the document that
contain photographs are automatically processed with 64 gradations of gray, rather than
just two, black and white. This results in a much better reproduction of the photograph.
a-2) Prescanning
The variation of contact sensor output during document scanning is corrected by the
prescan function.
a-3) Automatic slice level
The slice level for determining the white and black areas is set automatically to scan
density correctly regardless of the document paper color.
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b) Structures
b-1) Contact sensor
The contact sensor is designed to be dust-free, so that dust and other such minute particles
cannot find their way inside the contact sensor housing, to settle on the sensor surface.
The contact sensor consists of an LED array that emits light for scanning, a lens that
distributes light from the LED array uniformly in the horizontal direction, a contact glass
that refracts the light to the document, a rod lens array that receives the light reflected
from the document, and a phototransistor array that receives reflected light.
The LED array of the contact sensor is controlled by the SCNT board.
The phototransistor array consists of 1728 phototransistors (2054 phototransistors for AE)
and 11 driver circuits (13 driver circuits for AE) that amplify the light reception output in
units of 158 phototransistors.
The output from the 13 driver circuits is converted to serial data and sent to the SCNT
board.
b-2) Prescanning
At the start each communication, the prescan function reads in one line of the white sheet
pasted to the document feed section at the top of the contact sensor, stores the contact
sensor output variation correction value into memory, and corrects contact sensor output
for the image then read in.
b-3) Automatic slice level
The SCNT board image processing IC has a built-in ABC (Automatic Background
Control) circuit. This circuit sets the slice level for each line of image data read, so that
gradations can always be reproduced clearly, no matter the background color of the paper.
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Inc
ide
nt
Rod rens array
ligh
t
Scanning glass
Rod rens array
LED
Incident light
Scanning glass
Contact sensor
logic board
Document
Contact sensor
logic board
Photo transistor
LED
Figure 3-11 Contact Sensor
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2.4 Paper Load Section
a) Functions
a-1) Recording paper pickup function
(From multi-purpose tray)
In case of paper pick-up from the multi-purpose tray, while the main motor rotates, the
multi-purpose tray pick-up solenoid is turned ON. Then, the multi-purpose pick-up roller
rotates, and a sheet of paper is fed into the printer section.
Up to 100 pages can be loaded into the multi-purpose tray at one time and the position of
the movable paper guides can be adjusted for recording paper.
(From cassette 1)
In case of paper pick-up from the cassette, while the main motor rotates, the pick-up
solenoid and feed roller clutch are turned ON. Then, cassette pick-up roller, cassette feed
roller, separation roller and feed rollers rotate, and a sheet of paper is fed into the printer
section.
(From cassette 2: Option)
The paper feeder is driven by the main motor of the fax via the gear.
When the nPRNT signal is sent to the ECNT board from the SCNT board, the main motor
of the printer starts rotation. When the main motor reaches its prescribed speed, the paper
feeder driver PCB receives the pick-up command from the ECNT board, and the paper
feeder pick-up solenoid is turned ON. As a result, the pick-up roller, feed roller, and
separation roller are driven by the main motor rotation.
a-2) Recording paper pickup jam detection function
When there is a recording paper pickup jam, this is detected by the recording pre-feed
sensor.
a-3) No recording paper detection function
When there is no recording paper in the multi-purpose tray, this is detected by the multipurpose tray paper sensor on the multi-purpose pickup assembly.
The cassette recording paper sensor in the feeder detects whether or not there is recording
paper in the cassette.
a-4) Recording paper size and no cassette detection function
Cassette 1
The paper size in the cassette and whether the cassette is installed are detected by the three
switches (SW600, 601, 602) on the paper size detection board 1.
Cassette 2 (Option)
The paper size in the cassette and whether the cassette is installed are detected by the three
switches (SW800, 801, 802) on the paper size detection board 2.
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b) Structures
b-1) Cassette paper loading
In case of paper pick-up from the cassette, while the main motor rotates, the pick-up
solenoid (SL101) is turned ON. Then, cassette pick-up roller, cassette feed roller,
separation roller and feed rollers rotate, and a sheet of paper is fed into the fax.
In case of paper pick-up from the multi-purpose tray, while the main motor rotates, the
multi-purpose tray pick-up solenoid (SL102) is turned ON. Then, the multi-purpose pickup roller rotates, and a sheet of paper is fed into the fax.
NOTE
Loading operations
a) Maulti-purpose tray
When the ECNT board receives the nPRNT signal from the SCNT board,
the printer starts the initial rotation. When the initial rotation ends (main
motor warm-up, scanner motor warm-up, high-voltage control sequence,
and fixing unit warm-up are completed), the multi-purpose tray pick-up
solenoid (SL102) is turned ON.
As a result, the cam rotates, the lifter that paper is loaded is lifted, and the
paper comes in contact with the multi-purpose tray pick-up roller. At the
same time, the multi-purpose tray pick-up roller makes two rotations and a
sheet of paper on the multi-purpose tray is picked up.
b) Cassette feeder
When the SCNT board inputs the nPRNT signal to the ECNT board, the
main motor (M1) starts rotation. When the main motor reaches its
prescribed speed, cassette pick-up solenoid (SL101) are turned ON. As a
result, the cassette pick-up roller, cassette feed roller, separation roller and
feed rollers are driven by the main motor rotation.
The cassette pick-up roller makes one rotation with the pick-up solenoid
ON, and picks up the paper in the cassette. Then, the unnecessary sheets
are removed by the separation roller and the picked up paper is fed to the
pre-feed sensor (PS102).
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Paper pickup roller
Feed roller
Feed roller
Separation roller
Feed roller
Separation roller
Lifting plate
Paper
pickup roller
Spring
Figure 3-12 Cassette Paper Loading
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b-2) Recording paper pickup jam detection configuration
Recording paper pickup jams are detected by the photo-interrupter type recording paper
pickup sensor equipped with an actuator arm.
There are the following two types of recording paper pickup jams.
Recording paper pickup jam 1
a. When picking up paper from the cassette
The CPU assesses a pick-up delay jam if the pre-feed sensor (PS102) does not detect
the leading edge of the paper within the prescribed period of time (T) after the paper
was picked up.
In case the paper is picked up from the cassette: T= about 3.2 sec.
In case the paper is picked up from the paper feeder: T= about 4.6 sec.
b. When picking up paper from the multi-purpose tray or the envelope
feeder
The CPU assesses a pick-up delay jam if the top of page sensor (PS103) does not detect
the leading edge of the paper within the prescribed period of time (T) after the paper
was picked up.
In case the paper is picked up from the multi-purpose tray: T= about 7.5 sec.
In case the paper is picked up from the envelope feeder: T= about 5 sec.
Recording paper pickup jam2
b. During paper feeding
The CPU assesses a pick-up stationary jam if the top of page sensor (PS103) does not
detect the trailing edge of the paper within the prescribed period of time (about 4.4 sec.)
after detecting the leading edge.
NOTE
Recording paper pickup jam processing
When a recording paper pickup jam occurs, the main motor drive is
stopped, print operations are stopped, the error is displayed on the display,
and the Rec. Paper lamp and Error lamp blink red.
For recording paper jams, “REC. PAPER JAM” is displayed on the
display. If the error occurs during reception, the reception images are
received into memory starting from the page during which the error
occurred, but if the error occurs during copying, the copy image is erased.
If the top cover is opened during recording paper feed, this causes a
recording paper jam.
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b-3) No recording paper detection configuration
The presence of paper on the multi-purpose tray is detected by the multi-purpose tray
paper sensor (PS105).
NOTE
No recording paper processing
When a no recording paper error occurs in the side cassette, the main
motor drive is stopped, print operations are stopped, the error is displayed
on the display, and the Rec. Paper lamp and the Error lamp blink red.
When a no recording paper error in the front cassette occurs, the main
motor drive is stopped, print operations are stopped, the error is displayed
on the display, the Rec. Paper lamp and the Error lamp blink red.
“SUPPLY REC. PAPER” is displayed on the display. If the error occurs
during reception, the reception images are received into memory reception
starting from the page during which the error occurred, but if the error
occurs during copying, the copy image is erased.
b-4) Recording paper size and no cassette detection configuration
As there is no detection mechanism for paper size on the multi-purpose tray, the size of the
paper set on the tray cannot be detected. The paper size in the cassette can be detected by
the switches above. However, when using the universal cassette, the paper size is set by the
user. If the setting made by the user is incorrect, it results in an incorrect detection.
Therefore, this printer has the top of page sensor (PS103) which detects the paper size by
measuring the time from the leading edge passes the sensor until the trailing edge passes
the sensor. If the detected size differs from that specified by the SCNT board or by the
combination of the switches, the CPU assesses paper size mismatch and reports it to the
SCNT board.
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Paper size
SW601
SW602
SW603
No cassette
LEGAL
LETTER
A4
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
SW600
SW601
SW602
Figure 3-13 Paper Size Detection Configuration
(Paper feeder)
Paper size
SW801
SW802
SW803
No cassette
LEGAL
Executive
LETTER
Other
Custom
B5
A4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
(Available for printer function.)
(Available for printer function.)
(Available for printer function.)
(Available for printer function.)
SW801
SW802
SW803
Figure 3-14 Paper Size Detection Configuration
(Option paper feed unit PF-52)
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2.5 Printer Section
The LASER beam printer engine comprises the following sections.
Laser/Scanner unit
Mirror
Toner cartridge
Fixing unit
Feed belt
ECNT board
Transfer charging
roller
Feed roller
Figure 3-15 Printer Section
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2.5.1 Paper feed/eject section
a) Functions
a-1) Paper feed/eject
The feed section feeds the recording paper fed from the pickup section to the toner transfer
section and fixing unit. The eject section ejects the paper from the recording paper eject
outlet on the main unit after printing.
a-2) Paper jam detection
Jams of the recording paper fed from the load section are detected by the recording paper
eject sensor 1 and 2.
a-3) No-toner detection
The toner sensor (antenna method) inside the toner cartridge detects toner in the cartridge.
b) Structure
b-1) Paper feed
The recording paper is fed to the toner transfer section by the recording paper feed roller
which is driven by gears with power from the main motor.
The recording paper feed is controlled by the ECNT board CPU counting the main motor
and the photo-interruptor type pre-feed sensor, top of page sensor, recording paper eject
sensor 1 and 2, which are equipped with actuator arms detecting the recording paper feed
status.
After fixing, the recording paper is ejected by the paper feed roller and face-down delivery
roller driven by gears with power from the main motor through the recording paper eject
outlet on the main unit and accumulated in the order printed.
NOTE
Start of printing
When the paper reaches the pre-transfer roller after passing through the
pre-feed sensor (PS102), its skew is adjusted by hitting the registration
arm.
In the prescribed period of time after the top of page sensor (PS103)
detects the leading edge of the paper, the VERTICAL SYNC signal (nTOP)
is sent from the ECNT board to the SCNT board.
As the paper is fed during this time, the leading edge of the image on the
drum matches the leading edge of the paper by sending the nVDO signal in
a certain period of time after the video controller receives the nTOP signal.
The paper goes through transfer, separation, fixing, and delivery unit and is
delivered onto the face-up or face-down tray.
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Photosenstive drum
Feed belt
Fixing eject roller
Pressure roller
Paper path
ECNT board
Feed roller
Figure 3-16 Paper Feed/Eject Section
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b-2) Recording paper jam detection configuration
Recording paper jams in the paper feed/eject section are detected by the photo-interrupter
type pre-feed sensor, top of page sensor, recording paper eject sensor 1 and 2, which is
equipped with an actuator arm.
The CPU assesses a delivery delay jam if the recording paper eject sensor 1 (PS501)
does not detect the leading edge of the paper within the specified period of time (T)
after the top of page sensor (PS103) detects the leading edge of the paper.
• For paper 200mm or more: T= about 3.2 sec.
• For paper less than 200mm: T= about 5.7 sec.
Recording paper eject jam
A “recording paper eject jam” means that the recording paper eject sensor cannot
detect the trailing edge even 3.0 to 6.0 seconds after the top of page sensor detects
the trailing edge.
NOTE
Recording paper jam detection processing
When a recording paper jam occurs, the main motor drive is stopped,
print operations are stopped, the error is displayed on the display, and
the Rec. Paper lamp and the Error lamp blink red. Also, if the
printer cover is opened during recording paper feed, this is treated as a
recording paper jam.
“REC. PAPER JAM” is displayed on the display.
If the jam occurs during reception, the reception images are received
into memory reception starting from the page during which the
recording paper jam occurred, but if the jam occurs during copying,
the copy image data are erased.
b-3)Toner level detection/cartridge detection
The FX 6 toner cartridge has a toner sensor.
The circuit compares the output value of the developing AC bias and the output value (ANT)
from the antenna inside the cartridge, and outputs the toner detection signal.
The CPU detects the toner level and whether the cartridge is installed or not when the
developing AC bias is applied to the developing cylinder. The toner level is always detected
when the developing AC bias is applied, and the cartridge is detected only when the
developing AC bias is applied during the initial rotation.
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2.5.2 LASER/Scanner section
a) Functions
ECNT
board
TWINS
board
SCNT
board
Scanner motor
Scanning mirror
/ACC
Focusing lens
/DEC
Mirror
BD mirror
/BD
Cylindrical lens
Laser driver
/TOP
HALF
/LON
/ENBL
/VDO
/VDO
/BDI
Figure 3-17 LASER/Scanner Section
The VIDEO signal (nVDO) is sent from the SCNT board to the laser driver of the laser/
scanner unit through the TWINS board and ECNT board.
The laser driver turns the laser diode ON and OFF according to the nVDO signal and
generates the modulated laser beam only when the VIDEO DATA ENABLE (nENBL)
signal from the ECNT board is “L.”
The modulated laser beam is aligned by a collimator lens and a cylindrical lens into a
parallel beam. It then strikes the scanning mirror which is rotating at a constant speed.
The beam reflected from the scanning mirror is brought to a point of focus on the
photosensitive drum by the focusing lens and mirror.
As the scanning mirror rotates at a constant speed, the beam is scanned across the drum at a
constant speed.
The photosensitive drum also rotates at a constant speed allowing the laser beam to form an
image on the drum surface.
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b) Automatic power control of laser diode
The laser driver IC conducts the automatic power control (APC) of the laser diode so that
the laser diode emits a beam of constant intensity.
When the FORCED LASER ON signal (nLON) becomes “L,” or the VIDEO DATA
ENABLE signal (nENBL) and nVDO signal become “L,” the laser diode emits light
according to the standard voltage of laser driver PCB. The photo diode in the laser diode
detects the beam intensity and feeds back the corresponding current value to the control
amplification circuit. It is then compared with the current value set by the power adjustment
circuit, and the intensity of the current to the laser diode is controlled.
c) Horizontal synchronization control
The CPU generates an unblanking signal inside the IC501 based on the BD INPUT signal
(nBDI) sent from the BD PCB of the laser/scanner unit.
IC501 sets the FORCED LASER ON signal (nLON) to “L” during unblanking period. The
laser driver turns the laser diode ON when the nLON signal is “L.”
The laser beam turned on by the nLON signal is reflected at the small fixed BD mirror
located in the light path where the laser beam scanning starts, and is input to the BD PCB in
the laser/scanner unit.
The BD PCB detects the laser beam, generates a BD INPUT signal (nBDI), and sends it to
the CPU. The CPU generates the HORIZONTAL SYNC signal (nBD) according to the
nBDI signal and sends it to the SCNT board.
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2.5.3 Toner cartridge
a) Functions
Laser beam
Primary charging roller
Drum protective shutter
Blade
Cleaner blade
Developing cylinder
Photosensitive drum
Figure 3-18 Toner Cartridge
The image formation system is the central hub of the fax, and consists of the photosensitive
drum, developing unit, charging rollers, etc.
When the PRINT signal (nPRNT) is sent from the SCNT board to the ECNT board, the
ECNT board 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 charges on the surface of the
photosensitive drum. To form a latent image on the photosensitive drum, the laser beam
modulated by the nVDO signal is exposed onto 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, then transferred onto paper by the transfer charging roller.
Residual toner on the photosensitive drum surface is scraped off by the cleaning blade. The
potential on the drum is made uniform by the primary charging roller in preparation for the
next latent image.
The cartridge has a toner sensor that detects the toner level and no cartridge.
If the toner in the cartridge becomes lower than the prescribed level or there is no cartridge
installed in the fax, the CPU notifies such information to the SCNT board.
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b) Electrostatic latent image formation block
This block follows two steps to produce an electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive
drum.
When “Laser beam exposure” of this block is completed, negative charge remains in the
unexposed “dark” areas; however, those in the exposed “light” areas are eliminated.
This image of negative charges on the drum is invisible to the human eye, so it is called an
“electrostatic latent image.”
Time t
0
-100
Surface potential (V)
Exposed area
-500
Primary
charging Laser beam exposure
Unexposed
area
Primary
Transfer
charging
Figure 3-19 Surface Potential
b-1) Primary charging
Primary charging roller
AC bias
Photosensitive drum
DC bias
Figure 3-20 Primary Charging
In preparation for the latent image formation, a uniform negative potential is applied to the
photosensitive drum surface. For primary charging, the printer uses the charging method,
which directly charges the drum.
The primary charging roller is made of conductive rubber. In addition to DC bias, AC bias
is also applied to the primary charging roller to keep the potential on the drum surface
uniform. The DC bias changes with the developing DC bias.
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b-2) Laser beam exposure
Laser beam
Unexposed area
Exposed area
Figure 3-21 Laser Beam Exposure
When the laser beam scans the drum surface, it causes the charges in the areas struck by
the laser beam to be neutralized. These areas on the drum surface form the electrostatic
latent image.
c) Developing block
Particles of toner are placed onto the electrostatic latent image on the surface of the drum to
form a visible image. This fax uses the toner projection development method with a singlecomponent toner.
c-1) Developing
Blade
Stirrer
Photosensitive
drum
AC bias
Developing cylinder
Cylinder
Magnet
DC bias
Figure 3-22 Developing
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.
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As shown in Figure 3-23, the developing unit consists of a fixed magnet, a developing
cylinder and a rubber blade. The developing cylinder rotates around the fixed imagnet.
The single-component toner consists of magnetite and a resin binder, and is held to the
cylinder by magnetic attraction. The toner functions as an insulator, and is charged
negative by the friction with the rotating cylinder.
The areas on the drum that were exposed to the laser beam have a higher potential 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, which makes the latent image on the drum visible.
Developing cylinder surface potential
+V
Drum surface potential (exposed area)
Voltage (V) 0
DC bias
-V
Drum surface potential (unexposed area)
Time t
Figure 3-23 Developing Cylinder/Drum Surface Potential
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 (1600 Vp-p) varies with the DC bias voltage. The changes in the DC bias change the
potential difference between the cylinder and drum so that the density of the print can be
adjusted. The adjustment is made through a command from an external device.
This fax has a stirring mechanism in the cartridge to ensure that the toner is applied
smoothly to the cylinder.
d) Drum cleaning block
In the transfer block, not all the toner is transferred to the paper, but some remains on the
photosensitive drum.
In this block, the residual toner is cleaned so that the next print image will be clear and
distinct.
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d-1) Drum cleaning
Cleaner blade
Photosensitive
drum
Waste toner case
Sweeper strip
Figure 3-24 Drum Cleaning
The residual toner on the drum surface is scraped away with the cleaner blade to clean the
drum surface in preparation for the next print. The removed waste toner is collected into
the waste toner case.
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• The high-voltage terminal of the toner cartridge is shown below.
High voltage terminal
Figure 3-25 High Voltage Terminals
• The AC bias applied to the developing cylinder during development is about 1600 Vp-p.
• The DC bias applied to the developing cylinder during development changes with
“SELECT DENSITY” set in the user data.
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2.5.4 Transfer/Separation section
In this block, the toner image is transferred from the drum surface to the paper.
a) Transfer
Photosensitive
drum
Paper
Transfer charging roller
Figure 3-26 Transfer
Positive charges are applied to the back of the paper to attract the negatively charged toner
particles to the paper.
Roller transfer method is applied to stabilize the paper feed and to reduce ozone generation.
b) Separation
Photosensitive
drum
Paper
Static charge eliminator
Transfer charging roller
Figure 3-27 Separation
The elasticity of the paper causes it to separate from the drum.
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.
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2.5.5 Fixing section
As the toner image transferred onto the paper in the transfer block is only adhered by
electrostatic attraction, even a light touch will smear the image.
In the fixing block, the toner image is fixed by applying heat and pressure to the paper and the
toner. This fuses the toner particles onto the paper to create permanent image.
Fixing film
Fixing heater
Toner
Paper
Pressure roller
Figure 3-28 Fixing section
This printer utilizes an on-demand method which uses fixing film with small heat capacity.
This method has fast temperature rising time and it is not necessary to supply power to the
fixing heater during the standby mode. Wait time is shortened and energy conservation is
made possible by this method.
Fixing film is cylindrical film of polyimide. Its surface is coated with fluorine to prevent
offset.
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• This fax machine does not have "-ACVIN signal".
• If the ECNT board CPU detects with the thermistor that the fixing heater temperature is
over 428°F (220°C), it cuts off the power to the fixing heater (Software protection).
• If the ECNT board fixing heater protective circuit detects that the fixing heater temperature
is 464°F (240°C), it cuts off the power to the fixing heater regardless of the ECNT board
CPU output (Hardware protection).
• If the fixing heater temperature is over 446°F (230°C), the thermal fuse in the fixing film
unit blows, turning the fixing heater off.
• The ECNT board CPU detects thermistor broken wire in the following cases, and assesses
warm-up error or abnormally low temperature.
1. The thermistor, in the low-temperature detection mode, does not exceed about
68°F(20°C) within about 0.7 seconds after the heater is turned ON.
2. The thermistor, in the high-temperature detection mode, does not exceed about
122°F(50°C) within about 5.0 seconds after the heater is turned ON.
3. The thermistor, in the high-temperature detection mode, detects over about 122°F(50°C)
after the heater is turned ON. Then the output voltage from the thermistor is more than
about 3.4V for more than about 100ms continuously.
• The ECNT board CPU detects heater broken wire in the following cases and assesses warmup error or abnormally low temperature.
1. The thermistor, in the low-temperature detection mode, does not rise +50°F(+10°C) from
the initial temperature within about 2.5 seconds after the heater is turned ON.
2. The thermistor, in the low-temperature detection mode, does not rise +68°F(+20°C) from
the initial temperature within about 2.5 seconds after rising +50°F(+10°C) from the
initial temperature since the heater is turned ON.
3. The thermistor, in the high temperature detection mode, does not exceed about
320°F(160°C) within about 20 seconds after rising +68°F(+20°C) from the initial
temperature since the heater is turned ON.
4. When the thermistor is in the high temperature detection mode and the initial
temperature is 185°F(85°C) or below, the temperature does not exceed about
320°F(160°C) within about 20 seconds after the heater is turned ON.
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5. When the thermistor is in the high temperature detection mode and the initial
temperature is 185°F(85°C) or more, it does not exceed about 320°F(160°C) (about
284°F(140°C) in case of 1200DPI) within about 6 seconds after the heater is turned ON.
6. During print temperature control, the condition of below about 302°F(150°C) (about
266°F(130°C) in case of 1200DPI) lasts for more than about 1 second continuously.
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2.6 Circuit Overview
2.6.1 SCNT board function block diagram
FAX-L1000 Printer kit
FAX-L1000 ISDN kit
J37
J39
J33
J34
J35
J40
J42
J32
J51 J101
J1
ECNT board
J S1
J2
J700
J701
TWINS board
CN22
J36
J203 J202
J201
Power supply unit
J31
0
CONTACT SENSOR
Cam motor Cam sensor
J2
Document
feed motor
J3
M
J4
SCNT board
Communication
section control
Printer interface
control
Memory function
Operation control
Speaker control
Sensor detection
Drive control
Scanning control
ESS control
J25
J9
J5
J2
J6
J1
J100
J2
J1
Sensor board
Document
feed sensor
Document
sensor
Document
width sensor
NCU board
Display
J8
J1(L1,L2)
J23
Hybrid circuit
Buttons detection/ LED drive
Line interface
Serial communication function
Line voltage conversion
OPCNT board
Dial pulse generator
J4
J2(T1,T2)
J3
Modular
jack
J7
Modular
board
J12
Document
edge sensor
J14
J1
J3
M
Speaker
Off-hook detection
Figure 3-29 Function Block Diagram (1)
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2.6.2 Functions
a) SCNT board
The SCNT board performs the following functions.
Drive control
The drive control section controls the document feed motor in the document scanning
section.
Operation panel control
The operation panel control section serially transfers data to or from the control IC on the
OPCNT board, receives button operation status, document status, etc., and sends the
display and LED signals to the control IC on OPCNT board.
Scanner control
Image data input from the contact sensor are processed by the UHQ-6.6 image processing
IC, coded by the CODEC IC, and sent to the DRAM from the system controller.
Printer interface control
The printer control section converts facsimile data of horizontal resolution of 8 or 16 dots/
mm, and vertical resolution of 3.85, 7.7 or 15.4 line/mm to LBP print data of 600 dpi. This
section synchronizes the vertical sync signal (nTOP) to the printer section with the
horizontal sync signal (nBD) from the printer section to transmit an image signal (nVDO)
to the printer section.
Communications unit control
The SCNT board detects line signals, such as CNG, DTMF and ROT. The modem, with a
transmission rate of 33.6k bps, modulates and demodulates transmission/reception data
and sends DTMF signals.
Speaker control
The SCNT board controls the alarm, button operation tones and line monitor tones.
NOTE
The speaker volume control on the operation panel adjusts the line monitor
volume. The button operation and alarm volumes are adjusted by specifying
user data.
Sensor detection
The SCNT board detects the statues of the sensors which in the scanner section, printer
section, paper loading section, and covers to monitor the drive section.
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Memory functions
User data, service data, data registered before shipment from the factory, and
communications management information, are stored to the SRAM. Image data are stored
to the DRAM.
Memory backup
The SCNT board is provided with a function for backing up data in control/image
processing memory (SRAM) and image storage memory (DRAM) by lithium battery, and
rechargeable battery, even if a power interruption occurs, or the power cord is
disconnected by accident.
ESS (Energy Save Standby) control
The SCNT board controls the ESS function which reduces power consumption when the
main unit is at standby.
b) NCU board
The NCU board performs the following functions.
Hybrid circuit
Signals sent from the system controller to the telephone line are prevented from entering
the reception circuit.
Dial pulse generator
The dial pulse generator generates a dial pulse to send a dial signal from the fax through
the dial line by turning the relay on and off using the control signal from the SCNT board.
Off-hook detection circuit
Detects the off hook state from the DC current flowing to the circuit, when the extension
telephone (or option handset) is off hook.
Line voltage conversion circuit
The line primary on the NCU board is controlled by a +48 V DC line voltage, therefore,
the line voltage conversion transformer converts the voltage of the control TTL for the
lone secondary.
c) Modular board
Line interface
Signals from the two modular jacks for the telephone line and extension telephone (or
option handset), are transferred to the line voltage conversion circuit on the NCU board
and the signals from the fax are transferred to the telephone line.
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d) OPCNT board
Buttons detection and LED drive function
The control IC on the OPCNT board detects the buttons operation status, and drives the
LCD and LEDs.
Display
The control IC in the LCD module controls the 20-column × 2-line LCD according to the
display signals from the SCNT board.
Serial communication
Serial communication with the SCNT board is used to send buttons, speaker volume
switch, document status, etc., and to receive display, LED drive data, etc..
Sensors
The signals detected by the one touch dial cover sensors are sent to the SCNT board via
the control IC on the OPCNT board.
e) Sensor board
Sensors
The document sensor, document width sensor, and document feed sensor are attached to
the paper sensor board. The signals detected by these sensors are sent to the SCNT board.
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2.6.3 ECNT board function block diagra
SCNT board
J2
J803
Paper feed unit (option)
TWINS board
paper size
paper size
paper size
detection
detection
detection
switch(sw800) switch(sw801) switch(sw802)
J36
J42
J202
J203
J1
J101
J51
Scanner motor control
J102
J31
Fixing heater control
J60
J131
Sensors detection
Fan unit
Multi-purpose
sensor
Recoding paper
overload sensor 1
Recoding paper
overload sensor 2
Laser control
Recording paper
eject sensor1
J73
Drive control
J58
SCNT board interface
High voltage
generation/ control
J71
J103
J52
J53
SL
M
Laser/
scanner
unit
J57
J59
Printer cover
sensor
Pre-feed
sensor
Recording paper
eject sensor2
Top of page
sensor
Envelope feeder (option)
J902
Main motor
J901
2bin
solenoid
Paper pickup
solenoid
J72
J54
Fixing
unit
SL
J603
ECNT board
Horizontal synchronization
signal (-BD) control
Paper pickup
solenoid
Paper
sensor
J604
paper size
paper size
paper size
detection
detection
detection
switch(sw600) switch(sw601) switch(sw602)
Low-voltage,
High-voltage power supply
J602
Power supply unit
J201
SL
J801
J601
Paper size detection board 1
Tonner
cartridge
J802
J32
J31
Paper
sensor
Envelope
SL pickup solenoid
Duplexing unit (option)
J707
J705
J706
J703
J702 J701
J704
Envelope multiple
feed sensor
M Reversing motor
M
Duplexing
feed motor
Duplexing
SL unit solenoid
Duplexing unit
exhaust fan
Face-up
sensor
Reverse
paper sensor
Duplexing unit
pickup sensor
Figure 3-30 Function Block Diagram (2)
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2.6.4 Functions
a) ECNT board
Fixing heater control
The fixing heater control section monitors the DC voltage supplied from the power supply
in response to the AC 187~264 V, and the fixing heater thermistor, and drives the heater so
that the temperature reaches the specified level. If the heater temperature is judged to be
abnormal, the power supply to the heater is shut off.
High voltage generation/ control
The high voltage control section is to control the high voltage applied to the toner cartridge
primary charge roller and developing cylinder, and the transfer charging roller of the toner
transfer section.
Drive control
The drive control section controls the main motor, paper pickup solenoid, and fan. Also, the
FANTAC signal from the fan via the power supply unit is detected, and the fan rotation
monitored.
Sensors detection
The ECNT board monitors the drive section by detecting the statuses of the sensors in the
printer section and paper pickup section.
SCNT board interface
The SCNT board interface section serially transmits the horizontal synchronization signal
(nBD) and the vertical synchronization signal (nTOP) to the SCNT board, and, in turn,
receives serially transmitted command signals from the SCNT board, and returns status
signals, in order to inform the SCNT board of the printer section status.
Laser control
The laser control section controls the drive of the laser diode in the laser/ scanner unit, in
response to print data from the SCNT board. It also the laser diode auto power check,
performed on each line of print data.
Horizontal synchronization signal control
When the laser beam reaches the horizontal printing start position, the horizontal position
detection signal (nBDI) from the laser laser/scanner unit is detected, and the horizontal
synchronization signal (nBD) sent to the SCNT board. Also, the output frequency status of
the horizontal synchronization signal (nBD) is monitored.
Scanner motor control
The scanner motor drive is controlled so that the print image vertical resolution reaches 600
dpi. Also, the SCNTAC signal from the laser/scanner unit is detected, and the scanner motor
rotation status monitored.
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Toner detection
Signals are received from the antenna type toner sensor, and monitors the remaining toner
of the toner cartridge.
b) Paper size detection board 1
Sensors
The cassette recording paper size sensor (SW600,601,602), and cassette recording paper
sensor for cassette1 are attached to the paper size detection board 1. The signals detected by
these sensors are sent to the ECNT board.
c) Paper size detection board 2
Sensors
The cassette recording paper size sensor (SW800,801,802), and cassette recording paper
sensor for cassette2 are attached to the paper size detection board 2. The signals detected by
these sensors are sent to the ECNT board.
d) Power supply
Switching regulator
This fax generates +24V, +12V and +3.3V from the 230V household current power supply,
and supplies these voltages to the respective sections.
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2.6.5 SCNT board component block diagram
Sensor board
Address bus
Data bus
Control Signal etc.
Document feed
sensor
Cam sensor
Document
sensor
M
Document edge
sensor
Cam motor
SCNT board
Lithium
battery
RESET
IC16
ROM
8M
IC4
CS
SRAM
256K
IC6
SRAM
256K
IC5
Document width sensor
RTC
IC7
IC22
UHQ-6.6
UPD9411GTCM700L
201-3EB
12MHz
IC20
CODEC-4
SRAM
256K
IC21
Clock
IC31
DRAM
2M
IC3
DRAM
2M
40MHz
IC18
MM66364FP
FUNC
System controller
IC17
UPD70741GC25-7EA
V821
IC8
RESET
IC23
Driver
IC28
Audio
Amp
IC 1
BU6215KS
GATE ARRAY
Speaker
IC26
R288F
MODEM
IC9
DC-DC
Converter
Rechargeable
battery
IC27
Analog
switch
Line
monitor
Button
LCD
NCU board
LINE
TX
RX
LED
M
OPCNT board
Document
feed motor
TWINS board
ECNT board
Power supply
DC
AC IN
DC
AC
Figure 3-31 Component Block Diagram (1)
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a) System control section (SCNT board)
The system control section consists of the following components and controls the entire
facsimile system.
a-1) MPU (Micro Processor Unit) (IC 17)
The MPU, on NEC UPD70741GC-25-7EA, has the following main functions.
•16-bit CPU
•24-bit address bus
•16-bit data bus
•Software CODEC
•Interrupt control unit
•The CPU controls interrupts from the system controller IC, and the others the inside.
•CSI (Clocked Serial Interface)
a-2) System controller (IC 18)
The system controller is a gate array for controlling MPU peripheral devices.
The main functions of the system controller are as follows:
•DMA controller
•DMA interface
•DRAM controller
•ESS control
•Chip select
•NMI generator
•Generate NMI for ESS mode cancellation (cancellation in CPU stop mode)
•CI pulse width counter
•Timer
•Used to generate dial pulses
•Clock divider
•Generate basic clocks (16 MHz) for codec IC (IC22)
•CPU interface
•CODEC interface
•UHQ-6.6 interface
•Row to column converter
•Specify the DRAM address
•R.T.P.
•Fine adjust the motor speed during high speed scanning in Ultra Fine or Super Fine mode
•16-bit serial interface
•Serial interface to gate array on the operation panel
a-3) EP-ROM (IC 4)
The 8-Mbit EP-ROM contains the control program for the operation section, read section,
and communication control section of the fax.
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a-4) DRAM (IC 3, 31)
This 16-Mbit DRAM is backed up by rechargeable battery (approx. 12 hour after AC
power interruption), and is used as memory for storing image data and MPU work area.
a-5) SRAM (IC 5, 6)
These 256-kbit SRAMs are backed up by lithium battery. SRAM holds data registered for
system control and communications management information.
a-6) RTC (Real Time Clock) IC (IC 7)
A Seiko epson RTC-63421A is used as the RTC. The RTC IC is backed up by lithium
battery, and counts the date and time.
b) Document scanning section (SCNT board)
The document scanning section consists of the following components and processes
scanning image data.
b-1) Image processing IC (IC 20)
The main functions of the image processing IC (UHQ-6.6) are as follows:
•A/D conversion
•Input signals from the contact sensor are A/D converted
•ABC (Auto Background Control)
•AGC (Auto Gain Control)
•Read density - document density conversion
•Edge enhancement processing
•Binarization processing
•Notch eliminate processing
•Autohalftone processing
•Error diffusion processing
•Parallel/Serial conversion
•Dark correction
•Adjust variations in the output of transistor array chips when the LED is turned off
•Shading correction
•Contact sensor interface
•SRAM interface
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b-2) CODEC IC (IC 22)
The main functions of the CODEC IC are as follows:
•Scanner interface
•Serial interface to image processing IC
•Encoder
•Decoder
•Printer interface
•Serial interface port for the SCNT printer interface
b-3) SRAM (IC 21)
A 256-kbit SRAM is used as a buffer for the image processing data.
c) Communication control section (SCNT board)
The communication control section consists of the following components and controls
facsimile communication.
c-1) MODEM IC (IC 26)
A Context R288F is used as the modem IC. The MODEM IC carries out G3 modulation
conforming to ITU-T standards V.34, V.33, V.17, V.29, V.27ter and V.21 on transmitted
data received from the MPU during transmission. During reception, the MODEM IC
carries out G3 modulation on received signals from the telephone line, according to the
same standards.
d) Printer interface section (SCNT board)
The printer interface section consists of the following components and controls the printer
section by conversion data from the system control section into print data and printer
control commands.
d-1) System controller (IC 18)
The system controller has the following printing system image processing function.
•LBP video interface
•Line buffer control
•Smoothing processing
•Reduction processing
•WPD (Window Pattern Diffusion)
•Eliminate image defects when an image is reduced by the error diffusion method
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2.6.6 ECNT board component block diagram
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SCNT board
DC
Cooling fan FAN
Power supply
AC IN
AC
2bin solenoid
Main motor
TWINS board
SL
Duplex
Duplex pickup Face-up Reverse
sensor
sensor paper sensor exhaust fan
FAN
Pre feed
sensor
M
DC
Multi-purpose
sensor
M
ECNT board
Recoding paper
overload sensor 1
Duplexing unit (Option)
Recoding paper
overload sensor 2
M
Recording paper
eject sensor 1
Reverse
motor
Top of sensor
Feed roller
clutch
Multi-purpose
solenoid
CL
Envelope feeder unit
(Option)
IC501
NB88008PF
MPU
SL
Paper
sensor
Paper pickup
solenoid
IC502
RESET
Envelope
sensor
40MHz
Top cover
sensor
Paper size
sensor sw600
SL
Paper size
sensor sw601
Laser/Scanner
unit
Paper size
sensor sw602
Paper size ditection
SL
Envelope feeder Envelope feed
pickup solenoid sensor
Fixing unit
Recording paper
eject sensor 2
Paper
sensor
Paper pickup
solenoid
Paper size
sensor sw800
SL
Pickup
motor
Paper size
sensor sw801
Paper size
sensor sw802
Paper feed unit
(Option)
Figure 3-32 Component Block Diagram (2)
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a) Printer control section (ECNT board)
The printer control section consists of the following components and controls the LBP
printer.
a-1) Single chip microcomputer (IC 501)
The single chip microcomputer has the following main functions.
•8-bit CPU
•24k-byte ROM
•512k-byte RAM
•Fixing heater control
•Thermistor detection
•Sensor detection
•Main motor control
•Toner cartridge, transfer charging roller high voltage control
•Fan control
•Paper pickup solenoid, and paper feed solenoid control
•SCNT board interface
•Scanner motor control
•Beam detection signal (nBD) detection
•Laser diode control
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2.6.7 Flow of image signals
a) G3 memory transmission
(1) The image is scanned by the contact sensor, and the analog image data is sent to the
SCNT board.
(2) The image processing IC (IC20) converts the analog image data from the contact sensor
into digital data.
(3) The digitized data is encoded by the CODEC IC in an MR with no compression
function, and transferred to DRAM (IC3) by high-speed DMA transfer.
(4) The main CPU (IC17) makes the transmission header, and encodes it with no
compression.
The main CPU software CODEC decodes the encoded data held in DRAM, and
converts MR -> run length -> MH/MR/MMR or MR -> raw data -> MH/MR/MMR/
JBIG.
(5) After being converted by an appropriate encoding method in the other party, a header is
added, and the data is sent to the DRAM transmission buffer.
(6) The main CPU reads the image data from the transmission buffer, and writes it to the
MODEM IC (IC26), then the MODEM IC sends it to the telephone line.
NOTE
G3 direct transmission
Direct transmission transfers image data by high-speed DMA transfer to
DRAM in the same way as memory transmission. Image data up to an image
memory block size of 16KB can be scanned. If the image file capacity
becomes full, the scanning operation is halted. When data is transmitted and
the image memory block emptied, the scanning operation begins again.
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CONTACT SENSOR
(1)
J3
(1)
IC20
A
(2)
(4)
IC3
IC22
(3)
C
(5)
B
(6)
IC17
E
F
IC26
D
(6)
J23
SCNT board
(6)
NCU board
Figure 3-33 Transmission
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A:Image processing IC
B:CODEC IC
C:DRAM
D:MODEM IC
E:System control IC
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b) G3 reception
(1) The received image signal by L1, L2 is passed through a 2-line - 4-line conversion
circuit in the NCU board, and amplified.
The encoded data received by the MODEM IC (IC26) is read out by the CPU and then
it is written into the DRAM (IC3) reception buffer by the CPU.
(2) The main CPU (IC 17) software CODEC decodes the encoded data in the reception
buffer, deletes error lines, encodes to the non-compression function MR, and loads into
the DRAM. The main CPU counts the number of lines and calculates the length of one
page.
(3) The main CPU determines print functions such as direct print, linear reduction, and
page separation by following the length of one page, and sets a mode compatible with
the system controller and the CODEC IC.
(4) After the encoded image data recorded in the DRAM is transferred by high-speed DMA
transfer to the CODEC IC, it is serially forwarded to the system control IC (IC18).
(5) The system control IC converts the fax data resolution into a resolution suitable for print
data, and sends it to the ECNT board via the TWINS board.
(6) The ECNT board controls the main motor, laser, and high voltage for the received print
data, and prints out the data.
NOTE
When receiving, operations (1) and (2) above are repeated. When one page of
image data is loaded into memory, the recording tasks from (3) and on are
started as separate tasks.
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A
(4)
J2
IC3
C
(2)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(1)
IC18
IC17
E
(4)
(3)
J51
F
IC26
D
(1)
J23
SCNT board
A:Image processing IC
B:CODEC IC
C:DRAM
D:MODEM IC
E:System control IC
F:Main CPU
(1)
NCU board
Figure 3-34 Reception
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ECNT board
J32
B
TWINS board
IC22
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3. NEW FUNCTION
3.1 High-speed Transmission
The image transmission time is reduced drastically compared with the previous models by the
V.34 modem (maximum transmission speed 33600 bps) recommended by ITU-T.
3.1.1 V.8/V.34 protocol
a) Outline
• The V.8 protocol is used as the startup protocol to move to V.34. The V.8 protocol enables
connection with fax machines, data modem and equipment using existing V-series
modems. The V.34 modem contains a modem circuit based on the previous
recommendation to connect with the previous modems and has upper compatibility.
• The actual data transmission speed is improved entirely on average by speeding the
modulation method and utilizing new techniques, such as the pre-emphasis technique*1 for
increasing the S/N (signal-to-noise) ratio and the probing technique*2 for measuring line
characteristics and optimizing the modem operation according to the line condition.
• The V.8 protocol, V.34 pre-protocol and post-protocol use full-duplex transmission to
speed the processing.
• Fourteen image transmission speeds*3 are available:
33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800, 14400, 12000, 9600, 7200,
4800, and 2400 bps
• The modulation speed (baud rate)*4 can be selected from among 2400, 3000, and 3200
symbols/sec (required) or 2743, 2800, and 3429 symbols/sec (option). The data
transmission speed can be set more finely than the previous modems.
NOTE
*1 The output level of a high-frequency zone with comparatively high noise
is raised, and then the transmission signal is sent.
*2 A tone signal known as a probing signal (L1 and L2) is output, and the
receiving side measures the characteristics of the line.
*3 The data signaling rate is recorded in the ITU-T standards manual. Image
transmission speed means the same as data signaling rate.
*4 The symbol rate is recorded in the ITU-T standards manual. Symbol rate
means the same as moderation speed and baud rate.
2743 symbol/sec cannot be used with this fax.
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NOTE
1. The V.34 protocol uses ECM. If the ECM SW in user data is set to OFF,
the V.8 protocol is not executed. Therefore, the V.34 protocol is not used,
and V.17 or a lower protocol is selected.
2. If the transmission speed is set to 14400 bps or lower, the V.8 protocol is
not executed and V.17 or a lower protocol is selected.
3. After the V.21 protocol is selected first, it can be changed to V.8 or V.34.
(See c-1) )
4. When the V.34 protocol begins, it falls back within the V.34 protocol, but it
does not fall back to the V.17 mode or lower.
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b) Typical protocol
TX
RX
CNG
Network interaction
(Phase 1)
Connected to the line
V.8
ANSam
CM
CJ
JM
INFO0c INFO0a
A
B
A
B
L1
L2
A
B
INFO0h
Probing
(Phase 2)
After declaring the modem's
modulation speed capacity, etc. to
each machine, the receiving side
determines the modulation speed
based on the results of an probing
signal output by the transmitting
side.
S
Primary channel
equalizer training
(Phase 3)
The transmitting side outputs a
training signal to determine the
image transmission speed.
S
PP
TRN
PPh
ALT
MPh
MPh
E
Control channel
start-up
(Phase 4)
flags
NSS
TSI
DCS
Control channel
flags
Declares the usable modulation
mode.
Declares that V.34 capability exists
on each machine, and transfers the
V.34 procedures with phase 2.
PPh
ALT
MPh
MPh
E
NSF
CSI
DIS
The optimum image transfer speed
is determined by the condition in
which the training signal is received.
flags
V.34
The pre-message protocol is done
in the same way as a normal T.30,
at 1200bps.
CFR
flags
"1"
S
Primary channel
resyncronization
procedure
The training signal is output with the
determined parameters, and
continues to transmit the image
data.
S
PP
B1
Image
data
Image data
Turn-Off
Sh
Control channel
resyncronization
procedure
(Communication end
procedure)
Sh
ALT
E
PPS-EOP
flags
DCN
The post-message protocol is done
in the same way as a normal T.30,
at 1200bps.
Sh
Sh
ALT
E
flags
MCF
flags
"1"
Line released
Line released
Figure 3-35 Typical Protocol
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b-1) Network interaction (Phase 1)
The V.8 protocol is used as the startup protocol for high-speed modem V.34.
The V.8 protocol determines the best modulation method (V-series modem mode) that is
available between the transmitter and receiver.
• Transmitter
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
1100-Hz tone signal specified
by T.30 to identify an
automatic-calling fax
machine.
Remarks
Calling tone
CNG
Dial-tone menu
signal
CM
Indicate an available
modulation method
(V.21, V.27ter, V.29, V.17, or
V.34).
Modulated by
V.21(L)*1.
CM terminator
CJ
Indicate JM signal detection
and CM signal termination.
Modulated by
V.21(L)*1.
Dial-tone display
signal
CI
Indicate the general
transmission function.
Sent to resume the V.8
protocol.
Late start only.
(See Figure 3-36.)
Modulated by
V.21(L)*1.
Meaning
2100-Hz tone signal
amplitude-modulated by 15
Hz.
Remarks
Equivalent to CED
for previous models.
• Receiver
Signal
Abbreviation
Modified response
tone
ANSam
Common menu
signal
JM
*1
Indicate the terminal type,
Modulated by
such as a fax machine, and an V.21(H)*1.
available modulation method
in response to the available
modulation method reported
by the CM from the
transmitter.
V.21(L): Low-frequency channel defined by V.21 recommendation
1080±100 Hz (980 Hz:1, 1180 Hz:0)
Transmission speed: 300bps
V.21(H): High-frequency channel defined by V.21 recommendation
1750±100 Hz (1650 Hz:1, 1850 Hz:0)
Transmission speed: 300bps
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b-2) Probing (Phase 2)
The line characteristics are measured and modulation-related parameters, such as symbol
rate, are set.
• Transmitter
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
Remarks
INFO sequence
INFO0c
Indicate modem capabilities,
such as baud
rate and frequency
transmission function (two
frequency bands
used to measure line
characteristics), and request
adjustment.
Transmission
speed: 600bps
Tone B
B
Modem synchronization with
a 1200-Hz tone signal.
Tone B
B
The phase of the Bsignal is inverted 180
degrees from the phase
of the B signal.
Probing signal
L1
L1
Probing signal
L2
L2
Tone signal for analyzing line
characteristics by probing.
Transmit the signal at a level 6
dBm higher than the transmission
signal level set by the attenuator.
Probing: Measurement
of line characteristics.
Tone signal in the range
150 to 3750 Hz in 150Hz steps.
Meaning
Report the modem capabilities, such as baud
rate and frequency
transmission ability.
Remarks
Transmission
speed: 600bps
Modem synchronization with
a 2400-Hz tone signal.
The phase of the Asignal is inverted 180
degrees from the phase
of the A signal.
Report the pre-emphasis filter
and baud rate used for data
transmission based on the
result
of analysis of the probing
signal.
Transmission
speed: 600bps
• Receiver
Signal
Abbreviation
INFO sequence
INFO0a
Tone A
A
Tone A
A
INFO sequence
INFO0h
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b-3) Primary channel equalizer training (Phase 3)
Filters, such as equalizers, are trained (adjusted) with the parameters set in phase 2.
• Transmitter
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
S signal
S
Short training
S signal
S
PP signal
PP
The other modem uses
this signal to train the
equalizer.
TRN signal
TRN
The receiver uses this
signal to determine the
transmission speed.
Remarks
The phase of S
is shifted from
the phase of S.
b-4) Control channel start-up (Phase 4)
Select the maximum data signalling rate and trellis encoder and set the data signalling rate
that can be supported.
• Transmitter/receiver
Signal
Abbreviation
PPh signal
PPh
ALT signal
ALT
Modulation
parameter
MPh
E sequence
E
Meaning
Remarks
The other modem uses
this signal to train the
equalizer.
———
Indicate the image
transmission parameters,
such as maximum data
signal speed, control
channel data signal speed,
trellis coding type, precoding type, and baud
rate.
———
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b-5) Control channel
The conventional T.30 protocol is executed.
The transmission speed is 600bps.
• Transmitter
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
Flag
flags
Maintain synchronization.
Non-standard
facilities set-up
NSS
Receive NSF from the
other party, select an
available mode from it,
and instruct reception.
Transmitting
subscriber
identification
TSI
Report the transmitter
telephone number.
Digital command
signal
DCS
Instruct the available
mode.
1
Declare to switch to highspeed protocol.
———
Remarks
7E (H)
Transmit 1's.
• Receiver
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
Non-standard
facilities
NSF
Report functions not
recommended by ITU-T,
user’s ID,
manufacturer code, etc.
Called subscriber
identification
CSI
Report the receiver
telephone number.
Digital identification
signal
DIS
Report standard ITU-Trecommended functions.
Flag
flags
Maintain synchronization.
Confirmation to
receive
CFR
Report that modem
training ends and image
signal reception is ready.
NOTE
Remarks
7E (H)
In the control channel, signals which differ according to the frequencies of
both TX and RX are output. It follows that the effects of the echo are not
received because the frequencies of the signal returned by echo and the
signal output by the other machine are different.
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b-6) Primary channel resyncronization procedure
Training is performed with the parameters set in phase 4.
The transmission speed is 1200bps.
• Transmitter
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
S signal
S
Short training
S signal
S
PP signal
PP
The other modem uses
this signal to train the
equalizer.
Sequence B1
B1
Scramble data frame
transmitted at the end of
start-up protocol.
Remarks
The phase of S
is shifted from
the phase of S.
b-7) Image data
Transmit image data.
• Transmitter
Signal
Image data
———
Abbreviation
Meaning
Image data
Encoded image data
Turn-off
———
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Remarks
Send scrambled
1’s for 35 ms.
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b-8) Control channel resyncronization procedure (Communication end
procedure)
Protocol for terminating transmission.
The transmission speed is 1200bps.
• Transmitter
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
Sh signal
Sh
Sh signal
Sh
ALT signal
ALT
E sequence
E
End of procedures
PPS-EOP
One page is transmitted.
Flag
flags
Maintain synchronization.
Disconnect signal
DCN
Disconnect the line.
Remarks
Short training
———
———
7E (H)
• Receiver
Signal
Abbreviation
Meaning
Sh signal
Sh
Sh signal
Sh
ALT signal
ALT
E sequence
E
Flag
flags
Maintain synchronization.
Message
confirmation
MCF
Indicate that the receiver
has received the image
signal correctly and can
receive the next document
immediately.
Remarks
Short training
———
———
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c) Examples of sequences
The signals in the shaded areas are important in the protocol.
c-1) Late start
Since the receiver cannot detect the CM signal while sending the ANSam signal, it sends
the DIS signal containing the "V.8 protocol" declaration. The transmitter sends the CI
signal to request the receiver to send the ANSam signal again to move to V.8 protocol.
TX
RX
Connected to the line
ANSam
NSF
CSI
(DIS cannot be detected.)
DIS
CNG
NSF
CSI
DIS
CI
ANSam
CM
CJ
JM
Figure 3-36 Late Start
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c-2) Between-page sequence
The transmitter sends image data, then the PPS-MPS signal in the same as for the T.30
protocol. The receiver sends the MCF signal to receive the next page.
TX
RX
Image
data
Turn-off
Sh
Sh
Sh
ALT
Sh
ALT
E
flags
E
PPS-MPS
flags
"1"
MCF
flags
S
S
PP
B1
Image
data
Turn-off
Figure 3-37 Between-page Sequence
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c-3) Mode change
The transmitter sends PPS-EOM and the receiver sends the MCF signal. Then the receiver
sends the DIS signal and the transmitter sends the DCS signal to change the mode.
TX
RX
Image
data
Turn-off
Sh
Sh
Sh
ALT
Sh
ALT
E
flags
E
PPS-EOM
MCF
flags
When Canon fax
machines communicate
with each other, a special
procedure is used, so this
protocol is omitted.
flags
NSF
CSI
DIS
NSS
TSI
DCS
flags
flags
CFR
"1"
flags
S
S
PP
B1
Image
data
Turn-off
Figure 3-38 Mode Change
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c-4) Image transmission speed change from the receiver
The receiver returns to the PPh signal in response to the Sh signal from the transmitter.
The image transmission speed is then determined by the MPh sequence sent from both
modems.
TX
RX
Image
data
Turn-off
Sh
Sh
ALT
PPh
ALT
MPh
MPh
E
PPS-NULL
flags
PPh
ALT
MPh
MPh
E
flags
PPR
flags
"1"
S
S
PP
B1
Image
data
Turn-off
Figure 3-39 Image Transmission Speed Change from the
Receiver
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c-5) Image transmission speed change from the transmitter
The transmitter sends image data, and then the PPh signal, and the receiver returns the PPh
signal to the transmitter. The image transmission speed is then determined by the MPh
sequence sent from both modems.
TX
RX
Image
data
Turn-off
PPh
ALT
MPh
MPh
E
PPS-EOM
PPh
ALT
MPh
MPh
E
flags
MCF
flags
flags
NSF
CSI
DIS
TSI
DCS
flags
flags
CFR
"1"
flags
S
S
PP
B1
Image
data
Turn-off
Figure 3-40 Image Transmission Speed Change from the
Transmitter
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3.2 JBIG Image Compression Encoding Method
3.2.1 Outline of the JBIG Image Compression Encoding Method
The JBIG Image Compression Encoding Method is recommended in ITU-T T.82/T.85 as a
new bi-level (bi-level: White and Black) image compression encoding method developed by
JBIG (Joint Bi-level Image experts Group).
The JBIG Image Compression Encoding Method has the following characteristics with
regards to text documents, quasi-gray scale images with little continuous black and white, and
gray scale images which use a dithering method: a higher compression rate (1.1~30 times
higher) than the conventional MMR compression method, the encoded volume will not
exceed the volume of original image information after compression, and when decoding, the
image can be completely re-assembled to its original condition in the same way as with
conventional MR/MMR.
The JBIG Image Compression Encoding Method contains Progressive Bi-level Image
Compression for searching image databases, recommended in ITU-T T.82, and Single
Progression Sequential Bi-level Image Compression for facsimile, recommended in ITU-T
T.82 and T.85.
Images will take on the form shown below.
Progressive
Sequential
Figure 3-41 Images
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NOTE
The characteristics of Progressive Bi-level Image Compression are explained
below as a reference. First of all, after the original image has been read in at
high resolution, it is converted to low resolution, and this low resolution
image data proceeds to be encoded (compressed). On the receiving end, the
overall original image can be quickly recognized by the steps in which this
low resolution image compression data is received.
Next, to improve the quality of the low resolution image already sent, only
information needed to improve the resolution is forwarded. The previous low
resolution image is decoded on the receiving side with this information, and
following this, the high resolution image is displayed on top of the previous
low resolution image.
It is easy to quickly recognize the original image in the process of displaying
the image from low resolution to high resolution in order by using this
method, with a CRT display for example. Also, according to the situation, it
is possible to interrupt the image transfer at the point where the original
image is recognized to some degree by the receiving side.
This method requires a page buffer memory for the low resolution image
because the low resolution images are used for the purpose of high resolution
image encoding.
3.2.2 Single Progression Sequential Bi-level Image Compression Method
The Single Progression Sequential Bi-level Image Compression Method used in this fax is
explained below.
The Progressive Bi-level Image Compression Method uses multiple resolution layers on a
single page (multi-level layers, low resolution layers~high resolution layers) to perform
encoding/decoding. In the Single Progression Sequential Bi-level Image Compression
Method, encoding is done in units of horizontal bands (a number of lines) called stripes, and
is performed from left to right, top to bottom (this condition is called sequential), and in one
resolution layer (single layer).
In this method, the encoding is done in stripe units, so it is completed with a
buffer memory much smaller than a page buffer memory.
NOTE
The methods by which encoding takes place and by which image data is constructed after
encoding are explained below.
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3.2.3 Encoding Method
In the JBIG encoding used in the Single Progression Sequential Bi-level Image Compression
Method, uses in the encoder shown below to encode to the original the results of comparison
of the line currently being processed and the previous line, as well as the predicted value of an
image pixel (white or black) used in a model template.
The study table used in the prediction makes the next prediction more accurate by learning
and correcting the study table every time the model template moves to the adjoining pixel. It
is characteristic of this method that if the prediction is accurate the amount of encoding will
not increase, and if the prediction is off the amount of encoding increases, so the increase in
prediction accuracy of this study table is very important.
An outline of the encoding procedure is shown below.
ENCODER
Comparison of current
and previous lines
Image data
input
TYPICAL
PREDICTION
Output of match/no match
ARITHMETIC
ENCODING
Output of image data
encoded by JBIG
No-match path
Pixel to be encoded
(For comparison against prediction)
Prediction of pixel
to be encoded
MODEL
TEMPLATE
10-bit pixel
pattern
Prediction of pixel using
10-bit pixel pattern
STUDY
TABLE
Next prediction based on
prediction results
Prediction and status reference
and predition results
Refer to the next status and pixel prediction
based on the prediction results (Learning)
PROBABILITY
ESTIMATION
TABLE
Relevant status area reference
Figure 3-42 Encoder and Flow of JBIG Encoding
a) In the pattern prediction section, the line currently being processed and the current line are
compared, and judged to match or not match. A flag showing whether or not the lines
match (1 bit, 0: match, 1: don't match) is attached to the head of each line according to this
judgment. When the lines match, only this flag is encoded in the arithmetic encoding
section as a suspected pixel, the pixel of the line being currently processed is not encoded.
When the lines do not match, the pixel of the line currently being processed is encoded in
the arithmetic encoding section based on the results of a comparison of the value of the
actual pixel and the pixel (white or black) which is predicted using the model template and
the study table.
NOTE
When the lines are judged to match, the line currently being processed is said
to be “typical”. When the lines are judged to not match, the line is said to be
“not typical”. When the very first line of an image is predicted, the
background color is used as the previous line.
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b) In the model template, the combination (10-bit pixel pattern) of 10 pixels is output to the
arithmetic encoding section using the template shown below (inside the bold outline).
All of the 10-bit pixel patterns inside this template exist in the study table. This 10-bit
pixel pattern is used by the arithmetic encoding section to refer to the predicted value of
the pixel and the status number in the study table which correspond to the 10-bit pixel
pattern.
AT
AT
X
X
3-line model template
2-line model template
Figure 3-43 Model Templates
NOTE
There are two types of model templates 3-line and 2-line, and the one
selected is designated by the LRLTWO inside the Bi-level Image Header
section (BIH). The pixel shown by “X” is an encoded pixel and is outside of
the template.
The pixel shown by “AT” is a special pixel known as an AT pixel. The AT
pixel becomes a Adaptive Template by having its position moved, and is very
effective when encoding a periodic pixel, similar to a dither pattern image.
The position of AT in the figure is the beginning position of the AT pixel.
In this fax, it remains fixed in this initial position, so Adaptive Template is
not used.
c) The study table, as shown below, is constructed by all of the 10-bit pixel patterns outpu by
the model template, and their corresponding status numbers and predicted values of the
pixel to be encoded.
The predicted value of the pixel to be encoded and the status number is compared to the
actual pixel in the arithmetic encoding section every time the model template is moved to
the adjoining pixel.
The result of this comparison (matches / does not match predicted value) and the status
number are then checked by comparison to the probability estimation table, and the study
table is corrected (learned) to a new prediction value and status number which will be used
when the same pixel pattern is found again.
By learning in this way, the probability of the study table matching the next time is
increased, and the need for encoding decreased.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
X
8
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
X
3-line model template
6
2-line model template
Figure 3-44 Positions of Pixels in Model Template
Table 3-1 Study Table (Initial values)
Hex Dec
0
000h
1
001h
2
002h
3
003h
4
004h
5
005h
3FBh
3FCh
3FDh
3FEh
3FFh
Pixel
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1
1
1
1
1
pattern in the model template
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
9
0
0
1
1
0
0
10
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
Predicted StatusNo.
value of
(ST)
pixel
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
0 (white)
0 (white)
0 (white)
0 (white)
0
0
0
0
0
Table 3-2 Probability Estimation Table
ST
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
LSZ
5A1Dh
2586h
1114h
080Bh
03D8h
01DAh
00E5h
006Fh
0036h
NLPS
1
14
16
18
20
23
25
28
30
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
0706h
05CDh
04DEh
040Fh
0363h
02D4h
025Ch
01F8h
79
48
50
50
51
52
53
54
ST:
LSZ:
NLPS:
NMPS:
SWITCH:
NMPS SWITCH
1
1
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ST
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
LSZ
01A4h
0160h
0125h
00F6h
00CBh
00ABh
008Fh
5B12h
4D04h
NLPS
55
56
57
58
59
61
61
65
80
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
50E7h
4B85h
5597h
504Fh
5A10h
5522h
59EBh
108
109
110
111
110
112
112
NMPS SWITCH
58
0
59
0
60
0
61
0
62
0
63
0
32
0
65
1
66
0
107
103
109
107
111
109
111
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Status number in the study table
Probability estimation value (range) for inaccurate prediction
Next status destination when a prediction is inaccurate
Next status destination when a prediction is accurate
Next prediction value reversed if SWITCH=1 when prediction is
inaccurate
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Example:
A brief explanation of how the study table works is given below.
It is assumed that each of the model template pixels 1~10 in the image below are white.
1. In this case, the model template pixel pattern is 000h.
2. The predicted value of pixel pattern 000h for pixel “X” is “white”, but it is actually black.
Thus the prediction is “inaccurate”.
3. The status ST is “0”, so the probability estimation table is consulted, and the next status
is moved to “1”. At the same time, by the reversal of the predicted value, the next
prediction is for “black”.
Original image
Pixel
pattern
000h
001h
002h
ST
0
1
2
3
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 X
Study table for current pixel
Predicted Actual Accurate/ Status
value Inaccurate ST
value
0 (white) 1 (black) Inaccurate
0
0
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
Pixel
pattern
000h
001h
002h
Study table for next pixel
Predicted Actual Accurate/ Status
value Inaccurate ST
value
1 (black)
1
0
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
Probability estimation table
LSZ NLPS NMPS SWITCH
5A1Dh
1
1
1
2586h
14
2
0
1114h
16
3
0
080Bh
18
4
0
X is actualy black
Figure 3-45 Study Table Study Example 1
4. Next, the model template is moved to the adjoining pixel in order to perform the next
prediction. At this time, pixels 1~9 of the model template are white, and pixel 10 is
black.
5. In this case, the model template pixel pattern is 001h.
6. The predicted value of pixel pattern 001h for pixel “X” is “white”, and it is actually
white. Thus the prediction is “accurate”.
7. The status ST is “0”, so the probability estimation table is consulted, and the next status
is moved to “1”. The prediction for the next pixel remains “white”.
Move to next pixel
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 X
X is actualy white
Pixel
pattern
000h
001h
002h
Study table for current pixel
Predicted Actual Accurate/ Status
value Inaccurate ST
value
1 (black)
1
0
0 (white) 0 (white) Accurate
0
0 (white)
ST
0
1
2
3
Probability estimation table
LSZ NLPS NMPS SWITCH
5A1Dh
1
1
1
2586h
14
2
0
1114h
16
3
0
080Bh
18
4
0
Pixel
pattern
000h
001h
002h
Study table for next pixel
Predicted Actual Accurate/ Status
value Inaccurate ST
value
1 (black)
1
1
0 (white)
0
0 (white)
Figure 3-46 Study Table Study Example 2
The study table is constantly updated in this way, increasing the probability of accurate
predictions.
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d) The probability estimation table, published in the ITU-T T.82. Its contents are fixed,
differing from those of the study table.
NOTE
This table shows probability of accuracy/inaccuracy in the form of a range,
according to the accurate/inaccurate results of a given status prediction value.
The plan of the probability estimation table is such that if the prediction is
accurate, the range of the next status number will be smaller than would be
the case in an inaccurate prediction.
The status number with this smaller range will be selected to be the next
status number.
e) After the predicted value is found to be accurate/inaccurate by the actual pixel, the model
template, and the study table, that accuracy/inaccuracy is encoded in the arithmetic
encoding section, and the encoded image data is output.
f) In the encoding (mathematical encoding) done in the arithmetic encoding section, there is
no conversion table for encoding as is the case in encoding with conventional MH and
MR. Using the LSZ (probability estimation value of an inaccurate prediction: the form of a
range) of the probability estimation table and the accuracy/inaccuracy of the predicted
value as a base, encoding is done by showing the position of the progress of the prediction
on an integer line (between 0~1.0). Encoding shown as a position on this integer line, take
a position under MPS in the case of accurate predictions, and under LPS in the case of
inaccurate predictions, as shown in the figure below.
Furthermore, there is a concept of range (A) in this arithmetic encoding. This range (A) *2
is shown as an MPS range in the case of accurate predictions and as an LPS range in the
case of inaccurate predictions for each pixel. When these ranges (A) are below a certain
range *3, the leading edge bit (which excludes the encoding “0.” shown by the position on
the integer line) shifts one position to the left as encoded image data, and is output. At this
time, the limit of this range (A) which was below the certain range is narrow and it is
difficult to show a position more detailed than this, so the range (A) is magnified *4 to show
it in more detail. This operation is called “Renormalization”, and this range (A) is reset to a
value above a certain range *3.
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The concept of arithmetic encoding is simply explained below.
The following assumptions are made in order to make the explanation easy to understand.
The probability of accuracy will be 50%, and the probability of inaccuracy will be
50%.*1
The area of accuracy will be MPS, and the area of inaccuracy will be LPS.
Position (Binary)
1.000
0.0011
0.111
LPS
0.101
LPS
Renormalized
range
0.110
Range
A1
0.100
0.011
0.010
LPS
MPS
LPS
0.001
Pixel encoded
0
Range
A2
MPS
1st
2nd
Range
A3
LPS
MPS
MPS
3rd
0
0
LPS
0.001001
0.00100010
MPS
LPS
MPS
LPS
MPS
0.0010
4th
5th
Inaccuracy
Accuracy
Accuracy
Accuracy
Each pixel's code
position according to
arithmetic encoding
0.001010
6th
MPS
7th
Inaccuracy
Accuracy
Accuracy
0.001
0.001
8th
Accuracy
0.00100010
0.001
0.00100010
Figure 3-47 Arithmetic Encoding Conceptual Diagram
The special characteristic of this arithmetic encoding is that an additional encoding bit is
not needed because the integer line position is the same as the integer line position of the
previous encoding data in the case of an accurate prediction. It follows that the amount of
encoding will not increase if accurate predictions continue, and the rate of compression
will increase. Conversely, with inaccurate predictions, an additional encoding bit will be
necessary to show the position of the inaccuracy in detail, and thus the amount of
encoding will increase and the rate of compression decrease. In this way, the study table
learns in order to increase the rate of accurate predictions and to reduce the amount of
encoding and raise the compression rate during the encoding process, and then corrects the
table parameters.
NOTE
*1 The actual probability varies with the status because of the extent to which
LSZ occupies in the range (A).
*2 The actual range is hexadecimal 8000~10000.
In the case of an accurate prediction, range A1= hexadecimal 10000-LSZ,
A2=A1-LSZ, and A3=A2-LSZ.
In the case of an inaccurate prediction, range A=LSZ.
*3 Actually, hexadecimal 8000.
*4 Actually, the hexadecimal value will be shifted to the left two times, and
the hexadecimal will be over 8000.
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Next, the encoding for continuous accurate predictions will be simply explained.
The assumptions below will be made for easy understanding.
The value of an accurate LSZ will be decimal 100*1 in all statuses.
Range A will have limits of decimal 8000~10000**2, and when range A is below decimal
8000*3, the lead encoding bit will be pushed out, and the encoded image data will be
output.
At this time, Range A will be adjusted so that it is over decimal 8000*3 (decimal 1000*4
added).
An accurate range will be MPS, and an inaccurate range will be LPS.
RANGE
10000
LPS
LPS
Range Range
A1
A2
MPS
8900
MPS MPS MPS MPS MPS
Renormalization
8000
MPS
MPS MPS MPS
Pixel No.
encoded
Accurate
Encoding
position
Range initial
position
1
2
3
4
5
6
19
20
21
22
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10000
9900 9800 9700 9600 9500
8200 8100
8000
New initial
position
LSZ
Range A
Encoding
output
Output
encoding
7900 8900
1000
Renormalization
8900
100
9900
No
100 100 100 100 100
9800 9700 9600 9500 9400
No
No
No
No
No
100 100
8100 8000
No
No
100
7900
100
8800
Yes
No
1bit0
Figure 3-48 When Predictions are Continually Accurate
In this case, the encoding 1 bit is output for the first time when Range A falls becomes less
than 8000 in the 21st pixel.
The following output encoding is shortened and its compression increased.
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3.2.4 Construction of image data with JBIG Image Compression Encoding
Images are encoded in block units called stripes, as shown in the figure below.
Document
width (XD)
BIH
Stripe length (L0)
BID
BIE BID
Header
Floating
marker code
Stripe
SDE
Floating
marker code
SDE
Stripe
JBIG
encoding
Document
length (YD)
BID
Floating
marker code
SDE
Stripe
JBIG
encoded
Document
Figure 3-49 Construction of JBIG Image Data
After being encoded, the image data is referred to as BIE (Bi-level Image Entity), and is
constructed from the Bi-level Image Header (BIH) section and the Bi-level Image Data (BID)
section shown in the figure below.
BIE (Bi-level Image Entity)
BIH (Bi-level Image Header) BID (Bi-level Image Data)
BID (Bi-level Image Data)
Figure 3-50 BIE Construction Diagram
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3.2.5 Explanation of Bi-level Image Header section (BIH)
The BIH is shown in the construction figure below. It designates the image size, number of
lines per stripe, model template, etc.
BIH (Bi-level Image Header)
DL
D
P
FILL
XD
YD
L0
Mx
My
Orber
Option
DPTABLE
1byte
1byte
1byte
1byte
4byte
4byte
4byte
1byte
1byte
1byte
1byte
0/1728
byte
-
-
-
-
HITOLO
SEQ
ILEAVE
SMID
1bit
1bit
1bit
1bit
1bit
1bit
1bit
1bit
TPBON
DPON
1bit
1bit
1bit
LRLTWO VLENGTH TPDON
1bit
1bit
1bit
DPPRIV DPLAST
1bit
Figure 3-51 BIH Construction Diagram
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3.2.6 Explanation and parameters for each symbol used in BIH
The 0x of each parameter shows that the following integers are hexadecimal.
Symbol
DL
D
P
FILL
XD
Meaning
Initial layer to be transmitted
Number of differential layers
Number of bit planes
Fill
Horizontal image size at layer D
Parameter
0x00 fixed
0x00 fixed
0x00 fixed
0x00 fixed
0xXXXXXXXX
YD
Vertical image size at layer D
0xXXXXXXXX
L0
Lines per stripe at the lowest
resolution
0xXXXXXXXX
Mx
Maximum horizontal offset
allowed for AT pixel
Maximum vertical offset allowed
for AT pixel
The order in which stripe data is
attached
Option
0xXX
My
Order
Option
DPTABLE
HITOLO
SEQ
ILEAVE
SMID
LRLTWO
Private DP table
Transmission order of
differential layers
Indication of progressivecompatible sequential coding
Interleaved transmission order
of multiple bit plane
Transmission order of stripes
Number of reference lines
Document width
(No. of bits)
Document length
(No. of bits)
Basically, 1 stripe
is 128 lines
(0x00000080).
Stripes with other
numbers of lines
are possible when
the other machine
can receive in
option mode.
0-127 pixels
0x00 fixed
Upper 4 bits 0
fixed
Upper 1 bit 0
fixed
0 or 1728 bytes
1 bit 0 fixed
1 bit 0 fixed
1 bit 0 fixed
1 bit 0 fixed
1 bit 0/1
VLENGTH Indication of possible use of
NEWLEN marker segment
1 bit 0/1
TPDON
1 bit 0 fixed
TPBON
Use of TP for Typical Prediction
for differential layers
Use of TP for base layer
DPON
DPPRIV
Use of Deterministic Prediction
Use of private DP table
1 bit 0 fixed
1 bit 0 fixed
DPLAST
Use of last DP table
1 bit 0 fixed
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1 bit 0/1
0: 3 lines
0: 2 lines
Use of 0: NEWLEN
not not allowed
Use of 1: NEWLEN
not allowed
0: OFF
1: ON
Has meaning
when DPON is 1.
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3.2.7 Explanation of Bi-level Image Data (BID) section
BID is as shown in the construction figure below, and consists only of the number of stripes.
BID is constructed by the connection of the floating marker code and the section which
includes the actual image data encoded with JBIG image compression encoding, called SDE
(Stripe Data Entity).
Stripe
Stripe
---------
BID (Bi-level Image Data)
Floating marker code
ESC
Marker code
1byte
1byte
BID (Bi-level Image Data)
SDE (Stripe Data Entity)
PSCD
Variable
Parameter
1byte
RESERVE
Image data
Variable
Floating marker code
ESC
1byte
SDE
SDNORM/SDRST
1byte
ESC
STUFF
1byte
1byte
ABORT
NEWLEN
YD
4bytes
ATMOVE
yAT
4bytes
COMMENT
Tx
1byte
Ty
1byte
Lc
4bytes
Figure 3-52 BID Construction Diagram
3.2.8 Explanation and parameters for each symbol used in BID
a) Floating marker code section
The floating marker code is set at the head of the stripe data entity (SDE).
In order to distinguish the encoding and the floating marker code, it is imperative that ESC
(escape code: 0xFF) be set at the head.
The following marker code and parameters are in the floating marker code.
The 0x of each marker code shows that the following integers are hexadecimal.
ABORT (Abort: 0x05)
Encoding interruption. Only the abort code can be made to appear anywhere.
ESC 0x05
ATMOVE (AT move: 0x06)
Designates from which line the movement of the AT pixel starts, and where it will
move to.
ESC 0x06 yAT:Movement-starting line Tx:Movement Position(X) Ty:Movement Position (Y)
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COMMENT (Private comment: 0x07)
An optional comment may be added.
ESC 0x07 Lc:Comment length
NEWLEN (New length: 0x04)
Redefine the document length. Only usable when VLENGTH=ON.
ESC 0x04 YD:Document length
RESERVE (Reserve: 0x01)
Only usable for characteristic use.
ESC 0x01
b) Stripe data section
PSCD (Protected stripe encoding data)
The actual image data encoded with JBIG image compression is included in PSCD by
the section remaining after the last 2 bytes from SDE, ESC and SDNORM or SDRST
are omitted.
Image Data
The actual image data encoded with JBIG image compression.
STUFF
Image data is a variable, so STUFF:0 (zero) is adjusted by continuous sending so that
the image data can be arranged into byte units or word (2 byte) units.
SDNORM (Stripe data completion: 0x02)
Shows the completion of stripe data
ESC 0x02
SDRST (The reset at completion of stripe data: 0x03)
Shows the completion of stripe data. Everything including the study table and the
ATMOVE are reset.
ESC 0x03
When the image data encoding is 0xFF, it is imperative to attach 0x00 after
the image data encoding 0xFF in order to distinguish ESC(0xFF).
NOTE
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3.3 Energy Save Standby (ESS)
a) Function
ESS is an energy save function for minimizing power loss during standby.
During ESS, the ESS control section of the system control IC inside the SCNT board halts
all oscillators other than the real time clock (RTC) IC in order to reduce power loss.
Because of this, the operation of ICs etc. receiving clock supply from the oscillators is
halted. Also, the functions of parts of the system control IC itself which receive clock
supply from the oscillators are halted as well. Only those parts which receive clock supply
from the real time clock IC continue to operate, and in this manner an idle condition (sleep
mode) is created. Additionally, the main CPU and modem are also put into sleep mode by a
sleep mode signal from the system control IC.
Also, the supply of power other than the 5V from the PSU will be interrupted, and the
operation of ECNT board and other boards will be halted.
Power standby is performed in this way, through the halting of the operations of some of
electrical parts on the ECNT and SCNT boards.
The main functions of the ESS control section in ESS mode are as follows:
• Display management
Control LCD display on the OPCNT board.
• Startup factor detection
Monitor startup factors all the time.
• Main unit start management
Enable the main unit when a startup factor is detected.
LCD/LED display
Startup factors
Display signal
Main CPU
MODEM IC
Stop signal
Sleep mode signal
Sleep mode
Control signal
System Control IC
(ESS Control Section)
Real Time
Clock IC
PSU
+5V
Control signal
Operation
stop
Control signal
Oscillators
Other ICs
SCNT Board
Figure 3-53 System Block Diagram
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NOTE
The power consumption at standby is 22 W in non-ESS mode and
2 W in ESS mode.
The ESS function does not operate when the FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit or
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit are installed.
b) Operation
The ESS function sets the main unit to the ESS mode if the next operation is not carried out
within about three minutes after the main unit ends transmission, reception, or copying.
When the main unit enters the ESS mode, the ESS control section monitors one of the
following start factors for the main unit. If it detects it, it cancels ESS.
1. CI termination
2. Off-hook
3. ESS button pressing
4. Report output time
5. Timer calling time
6. Document sensor “ON”
NOTE
• All LEDs, except ESS-LED are off and “ENERGY SAVER” is displayed
on the LCD in ESS mode.
• The main unit does not enter ESS mode if any of the following conditions is
met:
1. The ESS mode is not enabled by user data settings.
2. The error lamp is on due to no recording paper, jam, no toner, or a
service error.
3. Data is stored in the image memory.
4. There is one or more documents in the ADF.
c) Setting
The ESS is enabled by setting 10. ENERGY SAVER, 7. System setting, in user data
settings to ON. (Default: OFF)
The time after the main unit ends operation until it enters the ESS mode can be set (3 to 30
min.).
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Maintenance
and Service
FAX-L1000 Chapter 4: Maintenance and Service
1. MAINTENANCE
1.1 Maintenance Items
1.1.1 Consumables
Level
User
Consumable
Canon FX 6 Cartridge
Service technician
Stamp ink*1
When
When “INSTALL CARTRIDGE”
is displayed or when toner has
run out.
When the stamp becomes thin.
Recording paper*2
When paper runs out.
Separation roller
(upper)*3
Separation roller
(lower)*3
Multi-purpose tray
pick-up roller*3
Separation pad*3
Cassette feed roller*3*4
Cassette separation
roller*3*4
Torque limiter (for
cassette separation
roller)*3*4
Multi-purpose pickup clutch*3
Fixing unit*3
Transfer charging
roller*3
Cooling fan*3
Expected life: 75,000 sheets
*1
NOTE
Expected life: 75,000 sheets
Expected life: 100,000 sheets
Expected life: 200,000 sheets
Expected life: 200,000 sheets
Expected life: 200,000 sheets
Expected life: 200,000 sheets
Expected life: 200,000 sheets
Expected life: 200,000 pages
Expected life: 200,000 pages
Expected life: 25,000 hours
(or When the fan is not stopped during
the standby condition.)
Please use “Shachihata X Stamper Inks CS-20 Yellow (H12-3372)” for the
stamp.
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Recommended recording paper is shown below.
Canon Copier LTR/LGL Premium Paper
Weight
75 g/m2
Paper size
Letter, Legal
Manufactured by
BOISE CASCADE
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KANGAS
Weight
Paper size
Manufactured by
80 g/m2
A4
KANGAS
NEUSIEDLER Canon Paper
Weight
80 g/m2
Paper size
A4
Manufactured by
NEUSIEDLER
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NOTE
Consumable parts are expected to require replacement at least once during the
warranty period of this fax, due to deterioration or damage. The life span of
consumable parts is expressed in terms of hours or number of scans or prints
processed. Replace them when the parts are proven faulty. The expected life
of consumable parts is the data as of February, 1999.
*4 Replace the cassette feed roller, the cassette separation roller, and the torque
limiter together.
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1.1.2 Cleaning
Level
User
Location
Main unit outer cover
Document pick-up
roller
Document separation
roller (upper)
Document separation
roller (lower)
Document feed roller
Document eject roller
Scanning glass
White sheet unit
Transfer guide (upper
and lower)
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When
When dirty.
When document pick-up
performance fails.
When document separation or feed
performance fails.
When document separation or feed
performance fails.
When document feed
performance fails.
When document feed
performance fails.
When black vertical stripes appear
in copied or transmitted images.
When copied or transmitted
images are light.
When dirty.
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Level
Service technician
Location
Multi-purpose tray
pick-up roller
Cassette pick-up
roller
Cassette separation
roller
Cassette feed roller
Separation pad
Feed roller
Pre-transfer roller
Registration arm
Transfer guide
(upper and lower)
Transfer charging
roller
Paper feed belt
Paper feed guide
Fixing entrance guide
Fixing film
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When
When recording paper pick-up
performance fails.
When recording paper pick-up
performance fails.
When recording paper separation
or feed performance fails.
When marks at intervals of 2.97"
(75 mm).
When recording paper feed
performance fails.
When marks on back of recording
paper at intervals of 2.97" (75 mm).
When recording paper separation
performance fails.
When recording paper feed
performance fails.
When marks on back of recording
paper at intervals of 1.97" (50 mm).
When recording paper feed
performance fails.
When marks on back of recording
paper at intervals of 1.97" (50 mm).
When marks on recording paper.
When marks, or marks on back of
recording paper.
When marks on back of recording
paper or blank spots at intervals of 1.85"
(47 mm) in copied or received images.
When marks on back of recording
paper.
When marks on back of recording
paper.
When marks, marks on back of
recording paper, irregular/smudged black
vertical line, paper jam, or wrinkles in
copied or received images.
When marks at intervals of 2.95" (75
mm) or poor fixing in printed-out.
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Level
Location
Fixing pressure roller
When
When marks on back of recording paper
at intervals of 2.48" (63 mm), poor
fixing, paper jam, or wrinkles in printedout.
Fixing eject roller
When recording paper jam.
Face-up deflector
When recording paper jam.
Lower paper delivery
guide
When recording paper jam.
1.1.3 Periodic inspections
Level
User
Service technician
Location
None
None
When
—
—
1.1.4 Periodic replacement parts
Level
User
Service technician
Location
None
None
When
—
—
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1.2 Tools
1.2.1 General tools
Tool
Phillips screwdriver
Slot head screwdriver
Precision phillips screwdriver
Precision slot head screwdriver
Tweezers
Pliers, needle nose
Digital volt meter
Lint-free paper
Isopropyl alcohol
Ruler
Use
Removing/inserting screws
Removing/inserting screws
Adjust volume
Removing plastic tabs
Removing/inserting coil springs
Attaching retaining ring
Check voltage
Clean transfer charging roller, fixing film
Clean fixing film, fixing entrance guide, fixing
pressure roller, fixing eject roller, face-up deflector,
static charge eliminator, etc.
Measure leading edge margin of print image
1.2.2 Special tools
Tool
Grease (TELLUS OIL 68)
Grease (MOLYKOTE EM-50L)
Grease (FLOIL GE676)
Printer driver tester
Thickness gauge (1.6mm)
Thickness gauge (0.7mm)
IC-Removing Tool (24~64pin)
Use
Apply to specified parts
Apply to specified parts
Apply to specified parts
Check operation of the
printer and options.
Used for installing the
separation guide of the
optional envelope feeder.
Used with the printer driver
tester to adjust installation
position of the envelope
multiple feed sensor of the
envelope feeder.
Remove the main ROM
on the SCNT board
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Part No.
CK-8003
HY9-0007
CK-0544
RY9-0124
RY9-0123
RY9-0122
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2. CONSUMABLES REPLACEMENT
2.1 Toner Cartridge
For details on how to replace the toner cartridge, see Chapter 5: 1.4
Assembling the Fax.
REFERENCE
2.2 Recording Paper
For details on how to refill the paper, see Chapter 5, 1.4 Assembling the
Fax.
REFERENCE
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2.3 Stamp Ink
1.
Disconnect the power cord of the fax unit from its power source.
2.
Lift the document feeder tray, and gently open the ADF cover
until it stops, grasping the document feeder tray and the ADF
cover at the same time.
3.
While holding the ADF cover open with one hand, use one finger
of your other hand to gently push in the black plastic loop to
separate it from the stub on the fax machine.
Figure 4-1 Refilling the Stamp Ink 1
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4.
Gently lift the ADF cover up to the full open position.
Figure 4-2 Refilling the Stamp Ink 2
5.
Locate the stamp pad then apply only one drop of ink to the
stamp ink compartment.
❏ To avoid a malfunction, do not add too much ink.
❏ Use only Shachihata X Stamper Ink CS-20 Yellow.
❏ Do not use the stamp feature for at least one hour. If you have
to send a document, turn off the stamp feature for the first
hour.
Figure 4-3 Refilling the Stamp Ink 3
TO AVOID INK SPILLAGE, APPLY ONLY ONE DROP OF INK TO
THE STAMP PAD.
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6.
Close the ADF cover, lower the document feeder tray, and connect
the power cord of the fax unit to the power source.
• Make sure that you do not drip ink on any other part of the fax.
• Make sure that you put the plastic loop back in place when you close
the ADF cover.
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3. CLEANING
3.1 Main Unit
Wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.2 Document Pick-up Roller
Open the upper reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.3 Separation Roller (Upper)
Open the upper reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.4 Separation Roller (Lower)
Open the upper reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.5 Scanning Glass (Contact Sensor)
Open the middle reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.6 White Sheet
Open the middle reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.7 Document Feed Roller 1
Open the upper reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.8 Document Feed Roller 2
Open the middle reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
3.9 Document Eject Roller
Open the middle reader frame unit and wipe any dirt off with a soft, dry cloth.
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Document pick-up roller
Separation roller (Upper)
Document feed roller 1
Separation roller (Lower)
Figure 4-4 Cleaning Location 1
White Sheet
Document Eject Roller
Scanning Glass
Document Feed Roller 2
Figure 4-5 Cleaning Location 2
Do not use tissue. Otherwise, paper dust may stick to the parts or a static charge
may be generated.
NOTE
In cases where there is a lot of dirt in item 3.1, polish with a cloth after wiping off
the dirt with a cloth wet with water and wrung out.
In cases where there is a lot of dirt in items 3.2 to 3.9, wipe with a cloth dampened
with isopropyl alcohol.
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3.10 Transfer Guide
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) Lift the document feeder tray, the document output tray and the upper output tray.
Figure 4-6 Preparation for Cleaning 1
(3) Open the printer cover and remove the toner cartridge.
Store the cartridge in its original protective bag to avoid exposure to light.
Figure 4-7 Preparation for Cleaning 2
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b) Cleaning
(1) Using a soft clean cloth, wipe any paper dust off the black plate of the transfer guide.
Transfer guide
Figure 4-8 Cleaning Location 1
(2) While holding the green lever, flip the transfer guide up. Wipe the edge of the transfer
guide with a soft, clean cloth, to remove toner and paper dust from both sides of the
transfer guide.
Green lever
Transfer guide
Figure 4-9 Cleaning Location 2
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(3) Pull the transfer guide back to its full extent, then wipe the silver metal strip with cloth.
Then gently guide the transfer guide back to its original position.
1
2
Transfer charging roller
Figure 4-10 Cleaning Location 3
NOTE
The spring for the transfer guide is strong. Always guide the transfer guide slowly
back to its original position by holding the green lever. Never let it jump back by
releasing the lever.
To avoid deterioration in print quality, never touch the transfer charging roller
when clean the metal strip.
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3.11 Transfer Charging Roller
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) Lift the document feeder tray, the document output tray and the upper output tray.
(3) Open the printer cover and remove the toner cartridge.
Store the cartridge in its original protective bag to avoid exposure to light.
(4) Raise the left-most end of the transfer charging roller shaft clear of the transfer roller
mount (right side) using the precision slot head screwdriver.
(5) Remove the transfer charging roller.
Hold the shaft.
Transfer charging roller
Hold the shaft.
Figure 4-11 Preparation for Cleaning
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b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper, wipe any dirt off the transfer charging roller.
Hold the shaft.
Carefully remove any dirt with
lint-free paper.
Hold the shaft.
Figure 4-12 Cleaning Location
Do not touch or hold the rubber section of the transfer charging roller. Doing so
can cause marks on back of paper or blank spots in copied or received images.
NOTE
Never clean with solvents!
If lint-free paper can not fully clean the transfer charging roller or if the roller is
deformed, replace it.
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3.12 Cassette Pick-Up Roller/Feed Roller/Separation Roller
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) Disconnect the telephone line mojular jack cord.
(3) Remove the document feeder tray, the document output tray, the upper output tray and
the cassettes.
(4) Open the printer cover and remove the toner cartridge.
Store the cartridge in its original protective bag to avoid exposure to light.
(5) If a paper feed unit PF-52 is installed, remove the option. If it is not installed, go to the
step (6).
Paper feed unit PF-52
Figure 4-13 Preparation for Cleaning 1
(6) Turn the main unit over to the side, so that its right side faces down.
Open the panels to avoid the broken.
One-touch dial panels
Figure 4-14 Preparation for Cleaning 2
To avoid broken the one-touch dial panels, keep open the panels.
NOTE
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b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the cassette pick-up roller and
the cassette feed roller while rotating the shaft in the indicated direction.
Cassette pick-up roller
Cassette feed roller
Figure 4-15 Cleaning Location 1
(2) If a paper feed unit PF-52 is installed, cleaning the option by the same way in the above
step (1).
(3) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the cassette separation roller
while rotating the shaft in the indicated direction.
Cassette separation roller
Figure 4-16 Cleaning Location 2
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3.13 Multi-Purpose Tray Pick-Up Roller/Separation Pad
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) Open the multi-purpose tray.
(3) Remove the entrance cover.
Entrance cover
Figure 4-17 Preparation for Cleaning 1
(4) Remove the multi-purpose tray pick-up roller, after release the claw with rotating the
slot head screw driver.
Multi-purpose tray pick-up roller
Figure 4-18 Preparation for Cleaning 2
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b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the multi-purpose tray pick-up
roller.
Multi-purpose tray pick-up roller
Figure 4-19 Cleaning Location 1
(2) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the multi-purpose tray
separation pad.
Slide the support roller
for easy to clean.
Multi-purpose tray
separation pad
Figure 4-20 Cleaning Location 2
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3.14 Feed Roller
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) While holding the upper reader frame and the middle reader frame open with one hand,
use one finger of your other hand to gently push in the stopper to separate it from the
stub on the fax machine, and open the upper reader frame and the middle reader frame.
Figure 4-21 Preparation for Cleaning 1
(3) Remove the two screws , release the claw of the left cover using the slot head screw
driver, open the top side, and pull the left cover up to remove.
Left cover
Figure 4-22 Preparation for Cleaning 2
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(4) Remove the right cover, front right cover, rear cover and the read motor cover.
(5) Remove the joint of the printer cover using the needle nose prier and release the claw
using the precision slot head screw driver. Then, remove the printer cover.
Read motor cover
Printer cover
Rear cover
Release the claw inside
using the precision slot
head screw driver.
Front right cover
Right cover
Figure 4-23 Preparation for Cleaning 3
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Remove the claw of the multi-purpose tray.
Separate the multi-purpose tray from the front cover.
Remove the front cover by shifting it to the right.
Remove the multi-purpose tray.
Multi-purpose tray
Front cover
Claw
Figure 4-24 Preparation for Cleaning 4
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(10) Remove the shield cover and the operation panel.
Operation panel
Shield cover
Figure 4-25 Preparation for Cleaning 5
(11) Remove the PCBs and the metal frame. Then, disconnect the solenoid connector.
Metal frame
Solenoid connector
Figure 4-26 Preparation for Cleaning 6
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(12) Remove the entrance cover.
(13) Disconnect the multi-purpose paper sensor cable.
Entrance cover
Multi-purpose paper sensor cable
Figure 4-27 Preparation for Cleaning 7
(14) Remove the two long screws.
(15) Remove the one screw of the envelope feeder gear cover. Then, push the claw from the
inside and remove the envelope feeder gear cover.
(16) Remove the multi-purpose pick-up ass’y.
Long screw
Claw
Envelope feeder gear cover
Multi-purpose pick-up ass'y
Figure 4-28 Preparation for Cleaning 8
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b) Cleaning
(1) After removing the envelope feeder gear cover and the multi-purpose pick-up ass’y,
using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the feed roller while rotating
the gear.
The gears should always be greased. If the grease is lost, reapply to them.
Gear
Multi-purpose pick-up ass'y
Envelope feeder gear cover
Feed roller
Figure 4-29 Cleaning Location
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3.15 Pre-Transfer Roller and Registration Arm
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Refer to 3.14 Feed Roller to remove the envelope feeder gear cover and the multipurpose pick-up ass’y.
(2) Remove the six screws.
Registration ass'y
Figure 4-30 Preparation for Cleaning 1
(3) Remove the front inner cover ass’y.
(4) Remove the registration ass’y.
Registration ass'y
Front inner cover ass'y
Figure 4-31 Preparation for Cleaning 2
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b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the pre-transfer roller and
registration arm.
The gear should always be greased. If the grease is lost, reapply to it.
Registration arm
Gear
Pre-transfer roller
Figure 4-32 Cleaning Location
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3.16 Paper Feed Belt and Paper Feed Guide
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Refer to 3.11 Transfer Charging Roller to remove the transfer charging roller.
(2) Remove the paper feed roller using the precision slot head screwdriver.
When removing the paper feed roller, do not make contact with the static
charge eliminator.
NOTE
Paper feed belt
Paper feed guide
Paper feed roller
Static charge eliminator
Figure 4-33 Preparation for Cleaning
b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the paper feed belt rotating it.
Paper feed belt
Figure 4-34 Cleaning Location 1
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(2) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the paper feed guide.
Paper feed guide
Figure 4-35 Cleaning Location 2
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3.17 Fixing Unit Entrance Guide
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) Remove the right rear cover and the left rear cover.
(3) Remove the face-up tray.
(4) Loose the two screws and remove the fixing ass’y.
Face-up tray
Screw
Right rear cover
Screw
Fixing ass'y
Left rear cover
Figure 4-36 Preparation for Cleaning
b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the fixing entrance guide.
Fixing unit entrance guide
Figure 4-37 Cleaning Location
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3.18 Fixing Film
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) Refer to 3.17 Fixing Unit Entrance Guide to remove the fixing ass’y.
(3) While pushing the claw, remove the left fixing ass’y connector.
Claw
Connector
Figure 4-38 Preparation for Cleaning 1
When remove the connector, be careful not to scratch the cable with the edge
of metal chassis.
NOTE
(4) Turn the fixing ass’y over, and remove the connector from the other end while pushing
the claw.
Claw
Connector
Figure 4-39 Preparation for Cleaning 2
When remove the connector, be careful not to scratch the cable with the edge
of metal chassis.
NOTE
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(4) Remove the upper crossmember.
Upper crossmember
Figure 4-40 Preparation for Cleaning 3
b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper, wipe any dirt off the fixing film.
Fixing film
Figure 4-41 Cleaning Location
When cleaning, be careful not to touch the fixing film.
NOTE
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3.19 Face-Up Deflector, Fixing Delivery Roller and Lower Paper
Delivery Guide
a) Preparations for cleaning
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax from the power source.
(2) Refer to the Figure 4-36, 4-37 and 4-40 to remove the upper crossmember.
(3) Remove the upper paper guide ass’y.
Upper paper guide ass'y
Figure 4-42 Preparation for Cleaning
b) Cleaning
(1) Using lint-free paper dipped in alcohol, wipe any dirt off the face-up deflector, fixing
delivery roller and lower paper delivery guide.
The gears should always be greased. If the grease is lost, reapply grease to them.
Fixing delivery roller
Face-up deflector
Lower paper delivery guide
Gear
Figure 4-43 Cleaning Location
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4. ADJUSTMENT
4.1 Parts Replacement
Please refer to the separate PARTS CATALOG for disassembly / assembly procedures to
follow when replacing parts. The PARTS CATALOG shows illustrations which follow the
disassembly procedures. Additionally, there are enlarged and special-help illustrations for parts
which require caution during disassembly and assembly. Also, the notes of caution written in
the illustrations are items where special caution is necessary.
4.2 Points to Grease
There are parts which have grease applied to make their operation smooth and to increase
electrical conductivity. Apply grease when replacing parts where grease is applied or when
grease has come off.
Please refer to the separate PARTS CATALOG regarding locations to apply grease.
4.3 Adjustment items
This fax requires the following adjustments.
Item
Leading edge margin
When
When the ECNT board or the laser/scanner unit is
replaced.
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4.4 Leading Edge Margin Adjustment
a) When
As VR501 on the ECNT board is adjusted at the factory, its adjustment at the time of
installation is not required.
However, when the ECNT board is replaced in the field, the leading edge margin needs to
be readjusted. Also, if the leading edge margin of test prints made after laser/scanner unit
replacement is not 2.0mm, this adjustment is necessary. The adjustment procedures are
shown below.
b) Tools
Tool
Phillips screwdriver
Use
Removing/inserting screws
Precision phillips screwdriver
Adjusting volume
Ruler
Measuring leading edge margin of
printed image
c) Adjustment
c-1) Preparations
(1) Open the printer cover and the upper reader frame unit.
(2) Remove the left cover.
(3) Set letter or A4 size recording paper in the cassette.
(4) Close the printer cover and the upper reader frame unit.
c-2) Adjustment
(1) Disconnect the power cord.
(2) After setting the VR501 to the center position (+/–0) on the ECNT board, set the
paper in the cassette.
(3) Connect the power cord.
(4) Press the test print switch (SW501) to make several test prints.
When a test print is performed, the Error lamp blinks and “CHECK
PRINTER” is displayed.
NOTE
(5) Measure the length (leading edge margin) from the leading edge to the print pattern.
Measure all the test prints and calculate their average.
(6) Adjust VR501 so that the calculated value in step (5) becomes 2.0mm.
The pattern image shifts in the “+” direction if VR501 is turned clockwise, and in the
“–” direction, counterclockwise. Turning the VR501 one scale shifts the pattern about
0.6mm.
For instance, if the average value calculated in step (5) is 1.4mm, the difference is
0.6mm. Therefore, turn VR501 clockwise for one scale.
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(7) Make several test prints again, and perform step (5). Check that the leading edge
margin is 2.0mm.
If the value is incorrect, repeat steps (4) to (7).
VR501
SW501
Clockwise
Turning one scale increases the leading edge
margin approx. 0.02" (0.6 mm).
Counterclockwise
Turning one scale decreases the leading edge
margin approx 0.02" (0.6 mm).
Leading edge of paper
Counterclockwise
Leading edge margin
Clockwise
Figure 4-44 Leading Edge Margin Adjustment
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5. TROUBLESHOOTING
5.1 Troubleshooting
5.1.1 Repairs
a) Check installation environment
Check that the following conditions have been met with regard to installation environment.
(1) This fax must be installed on a level surface.
(2) Ambient temperature should be 50°F (10°C) to 90.5°F (32.5°C), with humidity from 20
to 80%RH.
(3) This fax should not be used in a location where there is ammonia gas emission, high
temperature and humidity (such as near water faucets, hot water heaters, humidifiers,
etc.), locations near fire sources, and dusty locations.
(4) Avoid exposing the equipment to direct sunlight. If necessary, instruct the user to use a
curtain to screen sunlight.
(5) Install in a well ventilated environment.
b) Check recording paper
(1) Only recommended recording paper should be used.
(2) Care should be taken with the storage of recording paper. Store the paper in
environmental conditions as close those in which the machine is being operated. In
particular, should the paper be subjected to high humidity, it will lose its rigidity and
making it liable to jam.
5.1.2 Precautions for troubleshooting
(1) Before starting any other troubleshooting, check that all connectors and printer cables
are securely connected.
(2) When effecting repairs with the outer cover open, and the power cord plugged into the
socket, exercise caution so as not to receive an electrical shock from the power supply
unit, or to short out the logic board.
(3) When you have finished troubleshooting, be sure not to forget any connectors, or to
leave any screws loosened.
(4) When you have finished troubleshooting, be sure to carry out a communications test to
ensure that everything is working properly.
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5.2 Error Shown on the Display
5.2.1 User error message
"# ALREADY IN USE"
Cause:
The box specified with confidential or polling communications is already
in use.
Solution: Change the setting or select another box.
"AUTO REDIAL"
Cause:
The other party’s line was busy on the previous dialing attempt and the fax
unit is dialing the number again.
Solution: To cancel redialing, press Stop button when direct dialing or press
Delete File, select transaction number then press Set when memory
sending.
"BUSY/NO SIGNAL" (#0005, #0018)
Cause:
There was no response from the other fax within 35 seconds. (T1 timer
over)
Solution: (1) Transmit again. Since there is a possibility that the other
fax is not a G3 fax, check the other fax’s communications
mode.
(2) When send documents long distance, press Pause button
after dialing.
(3) There is a possibility that the other party has turned off the
fax unit.
"CHECK DOCUMENT"(#0001, #0011)
Cause:
Document jam. This is displayed when the document sensor detects paper,
but the document edge sensor cannot detect the leading edge of the
document within 15 seconds from the start of the feed operation.
Solution: (1) Remove the document and try again.
(2) If the document does not feed correctly, clean the rollers.
Refer to this chapter, 3. CLEANING.
"CHECK PAPER SIZE" (when Printer board I is installed)
Cause:
Paper-size-matching error of the MP tray. Set different paper size in the
fax menus and in the printer menus, or the USE MP TRAY menu is not
turned off while using the MP tray for the printer function and loading
paper of sizes other than letter, legal or A4.
Solution: Set the correct paper size in both of the fax and printer menus, or turn off
USE MP TRAY in the fax menus.
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"CHECK POLLING ID" (#0008, #0021)
Cause:
Polling was impossible because the polling ID or your subaddress/password
did not match.
Solution: Check the polling ID or subaddress/password with the other party and try
polling again.
"CHECK PRINTER"
See Printer error codes (##322~##325)
"CHECK PRINTER COVER"
Cause:
(1) Displayed when the printer cover sensor detects an open cover.
(2) Displayed when the toner cartridge is not installed.
Solution: (1) Close the printer cover.
(2) Install a toner cartridge.
"CHECK SUBADDR/PASSWD" (#0083, #0102)
Cause:
Password/subaddress does not match.
Solution: Contact the other party and confirm that the subaddress/password that you are
using are correct.
"COMMUNICATING PLEASE WAIT"
Cause:
You tried to use direct sending while the fax was sending another document.
Solution: Wait until the transmission is finished, then try again.
"DATA ERROR PRESS SET KEY"
Cause:
Check sum error. This is displayed when the SCNT board is replaced,
when the SRAM is defective, or when the backup battery is replaced.
Solution: Press the SET button.
"DOCUMENT TOO LONG" (#0003)
Cause:
Displayed when one page of the document was longer than 39.4 inches (1
meter) or transmission/copying took longer than the regulated time (32
minutes).
Solution: (1) Use a copy machine to copy the document onto several
shorter pages, then transmit again.
(2) Reduce them on a copy machine if necessary. Then paste
them on standard letter or A4-size sheets for scanning.
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"ENTER DAC"
Cause:
The department access code is not entered to send document.
Solution: Enter the department access code.
"HANG UP PHONE"
Cause:
The handset was left off the hook after the completion of transmission or
reception.
Solution: Put the handset back on the handset rest.
"MEMORY FULL" (#0037)
Cause:
The image data storage memory area is full.
Solution: (1) Output the image data stored in memory.
(2) If tried to send a document with “Ultra Fine”, “Super Fine”
or “Text/Photo”, try sending by direct sending, or set “Fine”
or “Text” and send by memory sending.
"MEMORY FULL PLEASE WAIT"
Cause:
The image data storage memory area is full.
Solution: Wait until the current document transmission has completed.
"NO ANSWER"
Cause:
The other party did not answer.
Solution: (1) Start the procedure again from the beginning and try again.
(2) If the connection fails again, make sure the other party is
using a G3-compatible fax machine.
"NO CONFID. TX" (#0033, #0034)
Cause:
(1) The other fax machine may not have the confidential function.
(2) ITU-T subaddress/password does not match.
(3) It is possible that the other fax has no free memory.
Solution: Check the above items for the other fax.
"NO DOC. STORED"
Cause:
Tried to check the contents of the memory but no documents are currently
stored in the memory.
Solution: No need.
"NO ORIGINAL RELAY TX" (#0035, #0036)
Cause:
(1) It is possible that the other fax has no relay function.
(2) ITU-T subaddress/password does not match.
(3) It is possible that the other fax has no free memory.
Solution: Check the above items for the other fax.
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"NO RX PAPER" (#0012)
Cause:
Declares that the other fax has no recording paper for DIS.
Solution: Contact the other party and have them load paper into their fax.
"NO TEL#" (#0022)
Cause:
No one-touch speed dialing, coded speed dialing, or group dialing
telephone number is registered.
Solution: Register the one-touch speed dialing, coded speed dialing, or group dialing
telephone number.
"NOT AVAILABLE NOW"
Cause:
You pressed an one-touch speed dialing, coded speed dialing, or group
dialing, that is not registered for the feature you are trying to use.
Solution: Check the contents of the one-touch speed dialing, coded speed dialing, or
group dialing registration, then try again.
"NOT FOUND, TRY AGAIN"
Cause:
The box number you specified does not exist.
Solution: Try again with a different number.
"OUTPUT TRAY FULL"
Cause:
The output tray is full of paper.
Solution: Pick up the printed pages on the tray.
"PASSWORD POLL REJECT"
Cause:
You set up a polling box for polling sending with an ITU-T password, but
the other party’s fax unit does not support use of an ITU-T password for
polling receiving.
Solution: Transmit without an ITU-T password.
"PASSWORD TX REJECT"
Cause:
You attempted to send a document with an ITU-T password, but the other
party’s fax unit does not support use of an ITU-T password for receiving.
Solution: Transmit without an ITU-T password.
"PRT ALT. PAPER SIZE? YES=(✽) NO=(#)"
Cause:
The size of the available recording paper does not match the size of the
document waiting to be printed.
Solution: If you do not mind printing on a different paper size, press ✽ button. If
you want to print the correct paper size, press Stop button and install the
correct size paper. Then press Start/Scan button.
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"REC. PAPER JAM" (#0009)
Cause:
Recording paper jam
This is displayed when the pre-feed sensor or the fixing unit delivery
sensors 1&2 detects a paper jam.
Solution: Recover paper jam.
"RECEIVED IN MAILBOX"
Cause:
A confidential document has arrived in a mailbox of the fax unit, and the
message will remain displayed until you print the document.
Solution: Output the document in the confidential mailbox.
"RECEIVED IN MEMORY"
Cause:
(1) The fax unit has run out of recording paper.
(2) The toner supply of the toner cartridge is exhausted.
(3) The output tray is full of paper.
Solution: (1) Supply paper to the paper cassettes.
(2) Change the toner cartridge.
(3) Pick up the printed pages on the tray.
"RECEIVED IN MAM. BOX"
Cause:
You have received a document in a memory box.
Solution: Print out the document in the memory box.
"REPLACE CARTRIDGE"
Cause:
(1) The toner in the toner cartridge has run out. This is displayed when the
toner sensor detects empty toner.
(2) Toner detection structure defects.
Solution: (1) Replace the toner cartridge.
(2) Check the ECNT board TB63 terminal connections.
(3) Replace the ECNT board.
(4) Replace the TWINS board.
(5) Replace the SCNT board.
"SELECTIVE POLL REJECT"
Cause:
You have setup a polling box for polling sending with an ITU-T
subaddress, but the other party’s fax unit does not support use of an ITU-T
subaddress for polling receiving.
Solution: Transmit without a subaddress.
"START AGAIN"
Cause:
An error due to system malfunction or line breakdown.
Solution: Carry out the same operation again.
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"STOP KEY PRESSED"
Cause:
You have pressed the Stop button to cancel the current transaction.
Solution: No need.
"SUBADDRESS TX REJECTD"
Cause:
You attempted to send a document with an ITU-T subaddress, but the
other party’s fax unit does not support receiving a document with an ITUT subaddress.
Solution: Transmit without a subaddress.
"SUPPLY REC. PAPER" (#0009)
Cause:
(1) Either recording paper run out or there is no recording paper
cassette loaded. This is displayed when the cassette paper
sensor detects no paper.
(2) The recording paper cassette is not loaded correctly. This is
displayed when the cassette paper size sensor detects no
cassette.
Solution: (1) Refill the recording paper in the cassette.
(2) Install the paper cassette correctly.
"USER ACCESS CODE"
Cause:
This is displayed when the user access code is registered to send, copy or
print reports.
Solution: Enter the user access code.
"USER ACCESS LOCK"
Cause:
Sending or printing has been restricted.
Solution: Set the TX SETTING or FAX’S PRINTER SET of 2. RESPECTIVE
CODES in the user data 7. SYSTEM SETTINGS to OFF.
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5.2.2 Error codes
a) Service error code output
If Service Data #1 SSSW SW01 bit 0 is set to “1”, then service error codes are printed on
the activity management reports, reception result reports, error transmission reports, and
system dump lists when communication ends in an error. Also, the following is displayed
on the display when an error occurs.
For samples of reports with the service error codes displayed, see Chapter 2:
2.1.2 Service report output functions.
REFERENCE
03/03/2000
WED
19:00
CHECK PRINTER
Display repeated
##0325
Figure 4-45 Service Error Code Display
b) Measure when an error code is output
Section c) shows the error codes displayed on this fax. However, they do not include the
causes and measures that are described in a separate document titled G3 Facsimile Error
Code List (Rev. 1). See also this document.
The measures shown in the G3 Facsimile Error Code List (Rev. 1) and applicable to this
fax machine are explained below.
•Increase the transmission level
Set service data #2MENU Parameter No.07 to -8 (dBm).
•Decrease the transmission level
Set service data #2MENU Parameter No.07 to -15 (dBm).
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•Echo measures
Change the following bit switches of service data #1SSSW SW03.
Bit 4 → 1: Ignore the first DIS signal sent by the other fax machine.
0: Not to ignore the first DIS signal sent by the other fax machine.
Bit 5 → 1: Transmit a tonal signal (1850 or 1650 Hz) when the other fax machine sends
a DIS signal.
0: Not to transmit a tonal signal when the other fax machine sends a DIS
signal.
Bit 6 → 1: Transmit a 1650Hz tonal signal when bit 5 is 1.
0: Transmit a 1850Hz tonal signal when bit 5 is 1.
Bit 7 → 1: Transmit a tonal signal before sending a CED signal.
0: Not to transmit a tonal signal before sending a CED signal.
•EPT
Change service data #1SSSW SW03 bit 1.
Bit 1 → 1: Transmit an echo protect tone.
0: Not to transmit an echo protect tone.
•Adjust NL equalizer.
Set service data #2MENU Parameter No.05 to “ON”.
•Reduce the transmission start speed.
Reduce the transmission speed by changing user data “SYSTEM SETTINGS” “TX
START SPEED”.
•Loosen the TCF judgment standard.
Not available for this fax.
•Loosen the RTN transmission conditions.
Change service data #3NUMERIC Param. Parameter No.02 to 04.
No.02 Percentage of errors in all lines
: Set close to 99%.
No.03 Number of lines of burst condition
: Set close to 99 lines.
No.04 Number of burst line groups
: Set close to 99 groups.
•Increase the no-sound time after CFR reception.
Change service data #1SSSW SW04 bit 4 to “1”.
Bit 4 → 1: Time when the low-speed signal is ignored after sending a CFR signal: 1500
ms
0: Time when the low-speed signal is ignored after sending a CFR signal: 700
ms
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c) Error code list
The error codes used for this fax are as follows.
Codes listed as “New” in the list below indicate new error codes, or codes whose measures
differ from those listed in the separate document G3 Facsimile Error Code List (Rev.1).
For recovery methods for error codes indicated as “New”, see the item d) Recovery
methods for codes indicated as “New” in this chapter, 5.2.2 Error codes.
For items other than “New”, see the separate document G3 Facsimile Error Code List
(Rev.1).
c-1) User error codes
No.
Tx or Rx
New #0001
[ TX ]
New #0003
[ TX/RX ]
New #0005
[ TX/RX ]
#0008
[ TX ]
New #0009
[ RX ]
#0011
[ RX ]
#0012
[ TX ]
#0018
[ TX ]
New #0021
[ RX ]
#0022
[ TX ]
New #0025
[ TX/RX ]
#0033
[ TX ]
#0034
[ TX ]
#0035
[ TX ]
#0036
[ TX ]
#0037
[ RX ]
New #0039
[ TX ]
New #0056
[ RX ]
New #0057
[ RX ]
New #0058
[ RX ]
New #0059
[ TX ]
#0080
[ TX ]
New #0081
[ TX ]
New #0082
[ RX ]
New #0083
New #0084
[ RX ]
[ RX ]
New #0099
New #0102
[ TX/RX ]
[ TX ]
Definition
Paper jam
Copy page, transmission time over
Initial ID (T0/T1) time over
Polling password error
Recording paper jam or out of paper
Polling error
Other party out of paper
Automatic dialing error
DCN during polling reception
Call failure
Automatic dialing setting error
Confidential transmission failure
Failure to transmit to other party’s confidential mailbox
No original relay transmission
No original relay transmission
Image memory full
Closed network Tx failure
Faulty recording paper feeding
Faulty recording paper feeding
Faulty recording paper feeding
The number you dial and connected number (CSI) does
not match
Other party does not have ITU-T recommended subaddress reception function
Other party does not have ITU-T recommended
password reception function
Other party does not have ITU-T recommended
selective polling transmission function
DCN received during polling reception
In polling reception, other party does not have ITU-T
recommended password reception
Pressed stop button during communication
In transmission, DCN received in response to
password/sub-address
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No.
#0995
Tx or Rx
[ TX/RX ]
c-2) Service error codes
• G3 mode error codes
No.
Tx or Rx
##0100 [ TX ]
##0101 [ TX/RX ]
##0102 [ TX ]
##0103 [ RX ]
##0104
##0106
[ TX ]
[ RX ]
##0107
##0109
[ RX ]
[ TX ]
##0111
##0114
##0116
[ TX/RX ]
[ RX ]
[ TX/RX ]
##0200
[ RX ]
##0201
##0223
##0224
##0229
##0232
##0237
##0238
##0261
##0280
##0281
##0282
##0283
##0284
##0285
##0286
##0287
##0288
[ TX/RX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX/RX ]
[ RX ]
[ TX ]
[ RX ]
[ RX ]
[ TX/RX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
[ TX ]
##0289
[ TX ]
Definition
The image data stored in memory have been cleared
Definition
Excessive repeat protocol during transmission
Modem speed different from other party
Fall back failure during transmission
Fail to detect EOL for 5 seconds (15 seconds for CBT)
during reception
RTN or PIN received during transmission
Fail to receive protocol for 6 seconds when waiting for
protocol during reception
Fall back failure on transmission side during reception
Receive signals other than DIS, DTC, FTT, CFR or
CRP after DCS Tx and exceed the number of protocol
re-transmissions during transmission
Memory error
RTN transmission during reception
Detect loop current disconnection during
communication
Fail to detect picture reception carrier for 5 seconds
during reception
DCN reception other than normal binary protocol
Line disconnected during communication
Abnormal protocol during G3 communication
Recording unit locked for 1 minute
ENCODE control unit malfunction
DECODE control unit malfunction
PRINT control unit malfunction
System error between MODEM and SCNT
Excessive repeat protocol command during transmission
Excessive repeat protocol command during transmission
Excessive repeat protocol during transmission
Excessive repeat protocol during transmission
DCN reception after TCF transmission
DCN reception after EOP transmission
DCN reception after EOM transmission
DCN reception after MPS transmission
Receive signals other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP or RTN
after EOP transmission
Receive signals other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP or RTN
after EOM transmission
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No.
##0290
Tx or Rx
[ TX ]
• Printer error codes
No.
Tx or Rx
New ##0322 [ RX ]
New ##0323 [ RX ]
New ##0324 [ RX ]
New ##0325 [ RX ]
Definition
Receive signals other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP
or RTN after MPS transmission
Definition
Printer (LBP) fixing unit trouble
Printer (LBP) BD (Beam Detect) trouble
Printer (LBP) scanner trouble
Printer (LBP) main motor trouble
• V.8/V.34 protocol error codes
No.
Tx or Rx
Definition
New ##0670 [ TX ]
At V.8 late start, the called party declares the V.8
protocol in DIS signal and this unit transmits a CI
signal, but the protocol does not progress and a T1 timeout occurs.
New ##0671 [ RX ]
At V.8 termination, the protocol did not advance to
phase 2 and a T1 time-out occurs after the caller CM
signal was detected.
New ##0672 [ TX ]
The protocol did not move from phase 2 to phase 3 and
a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 transmission.
New ##0673 [ RX ]
The protocol did not move from phase 2 to phase 3 and
a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 reception.
New ##0674 [ TX ]
The protocol did not move from phase 3 to phase 4 and
a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 transmission.
New ##0675 [ RX ]
The protocol did not move from phase 3 to phase 4 and
a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 reception.
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• ECM mode error codes
No.
Tx or Rx
##0750 [ TX ]
##0752
[ TX ]
New ##0753
[ TX ]
##0754
[ TX ]
##0755
[ TX ]
##0757
[ TX ]
New ##0758
[ TX ]
##0759
[ TX ]
##0760
[ TX ]
##0762
[ TX ]
New ##0763
[ TX ]
##0764
[ TX ]
##0765
[ TX ]
##0767
[ TX ]
New ##0768
[ TX ]
##0769
[ TX ]
Definition
Exceed repeat protocol due to failure to receive
significant signals after transmitting PPS-NULL during
ECM transmission
Receive DCN after PPS-NULL transmission during
ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time
(60 seconds) after PPS-NULL transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed retransmit protocol after PPS-NULL
transmission during ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to
receive significant signals after PPS-MPS transmission
during ECM transmission during ECM transmission
Receive DCN after PPS-MPS Transmission during
ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60
seconds) after PPS-MPS transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed retransmit protocol after PPS-MPS transmission
during ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to
receive significant signals after PPS-EOM transmission
during ECM transmission
Receive DCN after PPS-EOM transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60
seconds) after PPS-MPS transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed retransmit protocol after PPS-EOM
transmission during ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to
receive significant signals after PPS-EOP transmission
during ECM transmission
Receive DCN after PPS-EOP transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time
(60 seconds) after PPS-EOP transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed retransmit protocol after PPS-EOP transmission
during ECM transmission
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No.
##0770
Tx or Rx
[ TX ]
##0772
[ TX ]
New ##0773
[ TX ]
##0774
[ TX ]
##0775
[ TX ]
##0777
[ TX ]
New ##0778
[ TX ]
##0779
[ TX ]
##0780
[ TX ]
##0782
[ TX ]
New ##0783
[ TX ]
##0784
[ TX ]
##0785
[ TX ]
##0787
[ TX ]
New ##0788
[ TX ]
##0789
[ TX ]
##0790
[ RX ]
##0791
[ TX/RX ]
Definition
Exceed repeat protocol limit due to failure to receive
significant signals after transmitting EOR-NULL during
ECM transmission
Receive DCN after EOR-NULL transmission during
ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60
seconds) after EOR-NULL transmission during ECM
transmission
Receive ERR after EOR-NULL transmission during
ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to
receive significant signals after EOR-MPS transmission
during ECM transmission
Receive DCN after EOR-MPS transmission during
ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60
seconds) after EOR-MPS transmission during ECM
transmission
Receive ERR after EOR-MPS transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to
receive significant signals after EOR-EOM transmission
during ECM transmission
Receive DCN after EOR-EOM transmission during
ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60
seconds) after EOR-EOM transmission during ECM
transmission
Receive ERR after EOR-EOM transmission during
ECM transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to
receive significant signals after EOR-EOP transmission
during ECM transmission
Receive DCN after EOR-EOP transmission during ECM
transmission
Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60
seconds) after EOR-EOP transmission during ECM
transmission
Receive ERR after EOR-EOP transmission during ECM
transmission
Transmit ERR after EOR-Q reception during ECM
reception
Receive non-significant signals during ECM mode
procedures
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No.
##0792
Tx or Rx
[ RX ]
##0793
[ RX ]
##0794
##0795
[ TX ]
[ TX/RX ]
##0799
[ TX ]
Definition
Fail to detect PPS-NULL between partial pages during
ECM reception
Time over due to failure to receive valid frame during
high speed signal reception upon ECM reception
Receive all 0 PPR during ECM transmission
Trouble in the decoding processing during
communication
System error
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d) Recovery methods for codes indicated as “New”
d-1) User error codes
#0001 [TX] Paper jam
Cause:
The document jammed in the fax machine.
Solution:
Remove the document and transmit/copy again.
Cause:
The document width size or thickness does not meet the standards.
Solution:
Use a copy machine to copy the document to LTR or other standard
size paper, then transmit that copy.
Cause:
Internal structure defect
Solution: (1) Check if the document sensor (DS) and document edge sensor (DES)
are operating correctly using the methods given in Chapter 2: 2.4.7
Faculty tests, Test Mode [6] Faculty Test, [3] Sensor Tests.
(2) Check the SENSOR board (J1) and SCNT board (J12) connections.
(3) Check the document edge sensor (DES) and SCNT board (J14)
connections.
(4) Make a copy, and make sure that the document read motor is operating
correctly.
(5) Check the document read motor and SCNT board (J4) connections.
(6) Replace the SENSOR board.
(7) Replace the document edge sensor (DES).
(8) Replace the document read motor.
(9) Replace the SCNT board.
#0003 [TX/RX] Copy page transmission time over
Cause:
One page of the document was longer than 39.4 inches (1 meter) or
transmission/copying took longer than the regulated time (32
minutes).
Solution: (1) Use a copy machine to copy the document onto several shorter page,
then transmit/copy.
(2) Raise the page timer value with Service Data #1 SSSW SW12.
Cause:
Reception took longer than the regulated time (32 minutes).
Solution: (1) Have the other party split the document over multiple pages and
receive it that way.
(2) Contact the other party and check the cause.
(3) Raise the page timer value with Service Data #1 SSSW SW12.
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Cause:
Internal structure defect
Solution: (1) Check if the document edge sensor (DES) is operating correctly using
the methods given in Chapter 2: 2.4.7 Faculty tests, Test Mode [6]
Faculty Test, [3] Sensor Tests.
(2) Check the document edge sensor (DES) and SCNT board (J14)
connections.
(3) Make a copy, and make sure that the document read motor is operating
correctly.
(4) Check the document feed motor and SCNT board (J4) connections.
(5) Replace the document edge sensor (DES).
(6) Replace the document read motor.
(7) Replace the SCNT board.
#0005 [TX/RX] Initial identification time (T0/T1) over
Cause:
Tone/pulse parameter set incorrectly.
Solution:
Set the user data “TEL LINE TYPE” tone/pulse parameter correctly.
Cause:
The time until connection with the other fax is too long.
Solution: (1) When registering for auto dialing, add a long pause to delay the start
of the timer.
(2) Lengthen the T0 timer with Service Data #3 Numeric param. 10 so
that the timer does not time out.
Cause:
The other fax does not answer.
Solution:
Contact the other party and have them check for the cause.
Cause:
A significant signal has not been received after starting transmitting
the DIS signal.
Solution:
Lengthen the T1 timer (Rx) with Service Data #3 Numeric param. 11
so that the time-out error does not occur.
Cause:
The communications mode (G2, G3, etc.) of the other fax does not
match that of this fax.
Solution:
The communications mode is a part of specification for the fax, so
there is no countermeasure.
Cause:
(1) The other fax malfunctioned during transmission due to echoes.
(2) Malfunction due to echoes during reception
Solution:
Implement echo countermeasures, given in this manual in G3
Facsimile Service Data Handbook (Rev. 0) explanation of #1
SSSW SW03.
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#0009 [RX] Recording paper jam or out of paper
Cause:
The recording paper jammed.
Solution:
Clear the recording paper jam.
Cause:
There is no recording paper.
Solution:
Load recording paper.
Cause:
Internal structure defect
Solution: (1) Check if the cassette recording paper sensors, cassette recording paper
size sensors, multi-purpose tray paper sensor, recording paper eject
sensor are operating correctly using the methods given in Chapter 2:
2.4.7 Faculty tests, Test Mode [6] Faculty Test, [3] Sensor Tests.
(2) If the malfunction is not in multi-purpose tray feeding, goes to step
(10);
(3) Check the multi-purpose tray paper sensor (PS105), the sensor cable
and the ECNT board (J58) connections.
(4) Check the main motor, main motor connector (J301) and the ECNT
board (J52) connections.
(5) Replace the multi-purpose tray paper sensor.
(6) Replace the main motor.
(7) Replace the ECNT board.
(8) Replace the TWINS board.
(9) Replace the SCNT board.
(10) If the malfunction is not in cassette feeding, goes to step (21);
(11) Check the cassette recording paper sensors (PS101, PS801), the sensor
cables and the paper size detection boards (J602, J803) connections.
(12) Check the paper size detection board 2 (J801), paper feeder connector
(J811, J812, J104, J106) and paper size detection board 1 (J601)
connections.
(13) Check the paper size detection board 1 (J603) and the ECNT board
(J72) connections.
(14) Check the main motor, main motor connector (J301) and the ECNT
board (J52) connections.
(15) Replace the cassette recording paper sensor.
(16) Replace the paper size detection boards. (Cassette recording paper size
sensor defect)
(17) Replace the main motor.
(18) Replace the ECNT board.
(19) Replace the TWINS board.
(20) Replace the SCNT board.
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(21) Check the recording paper eject sensor 2, the cable and the fixing unit
(J131) connections.
(22) Replace the recording paper eject sensor 2.
(23) Replace the ECNT board.
(24) Replace the ECNT board. (Recording paper eject sensor 1 defect)
#0021 [RX] DCN received during polling reception
Cause:
No subaddress/password set in other machine.
Solution: Contact the other party and check subaddress/password of the other party.
#0025 [TX/RX] Automatic dialing setting error
Cause:
An attempt was made to auto dial with confidential and relay set in auto
dialing.
Solution: Set confidential and relay correctly for auto dialing.
#0039 [TX] Closed network transmission not possible
Cause:
The closed network transmission switch is switched off.
Solution: Set Service Data #1 SSSW SW07 bit 7 to “1” to switch on closed network
transmission.
Cause:
The other fax’s closed network transmission switch is switched off.
Solution: Have the other party switch on the closed network reception switch on
their fax.
Cause:
The closed network ID does not match the other fax’s.
Solution: Use Service Data #1 SSSW SW08 to set the same closed network ID for
your fax and for the other fax.
#0056 [RX] Faulty recording paper feeding
Cause:
The recording paper jammed when both the pre-feed sensor and the
recording paper eject sensor were OFF.
Solution: Recover recording paper jam.
#0057 [RX] Faulty recording paper feeding
Cause:
The recording paper jammed when the pre-feed sensor was ON and the
recording paper eject sensor was OFF.
Solution: Recover recording paper jam.
#0058 [RX] Faulty recording paper feeding
Cause:
The recording paper remains fixed when the recording paper eject sensor
is ON.
Solution: Recover recording paper jam.
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#0059 [TX] The number you dial and connected number (CSI) does not
match
Cause:
“USER TEL” on the reception side not programmed, or wrongly
programmed.
Solution: (1) Contact reception side and check whether “USER TEL” has been
properly programmed.
(2) Check that the designated other party is connected, and transmit
manually.
Cause:
Faulty operation by exchange. Designated other party is not connected.
Solution: Inspect exchange.
#0080 [TX] Other party does not have ITU-T recommended subaddress
reception
Cause:
The other party’s DIS bit 49 is 0.
Solution: Contact the other party and confirm whether or not their fax supports
subaddress receiving. Try sending again without a subaddress.
#0081 [TX] Other party does not have ITU-T recommended password
reception
Cause:
The other party’s DIS bit 50 is 0.
Solution: Contact the other party and confirm whether or not their fax supports ITUT password receiving. Try sending again without a password.
#0082 [RX] Other party does not have ITU-T recommended selective
polling transmission function
Cause:
The other party’s DIS bit 47 is 0.
Solution: Contact the other party and confirm whether or not their fax can accept a
polling request with a subaddress. Try again without a subaddress.
#0083 [RX] DCN received during polling reception
Cause:
Subaddress/password does not match.
Solution: Contact the other party and conform that the subaddress/password that you are
using are correct.
#0084 [RX] In polling reception, other party does not have ITU-T
recommended password reception
Cause:
The other party’s DIS bit 50 is 0.
Solution: Contact the other party and confirm whether or not their fax supports
receiving a polling request with an ITU-T password. Try again without a
password.
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#0099 [TX/RX] Pressed stop button during communication
Cause:
The Stop button was pressed during communication.
Solution: Try transmit or receive again.
#0102 [TX] In transmission, DCN received in response to password/subaddress
Cause:
Password/subaddress does not match.
Solution: Contact the other party and have them set a password/subaddress.
Cause:
Other party’s memory is full.
Solution: Contact the other party and have them make sufficient memory available.
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d-2) Service error codes
• Printer error codes
##0322 [RX] Fixing heater temperature abnormality
Cause:
Your fax is connected to a UPS
(Uninterruptable Power Supply).
Solution: Remove the UPS.
Cause:
Internal unit defect
Solution: (1) Check fixing heater (J133, J134), the cables and the ECNT board
(J31) connections.
(2) Remove the fixing unit, and check the resistance between fixing unit
(J132-1:THEM) and (J132-2:GND), which should be 300 to 500 ohm.
(3) Remove the fixing unit, and check the continuity between fixing unit
(J142:HOT) and (J143:NEUTRAL), which should be continued.
(4) Replace the fixing film ass’y.
(5) Replace the ECNT board.
##0323 [RX] Laser/scanner unit BD signal output function abnormality
Cause:
Internal unit defect
Solution: (1) Check the BD board (J551) and the cable connections.
(2) Check the laser/scanner unit and ECNT board (J53) connections.
(3) Replace the laser/scanner unit.
(4) Replace the ECNT board.
##0324 [RX] Printer section scanner motor rotation rate abnormality
Cause:
Internal unit defect
Solution: (1) Check the scanner motor (J401) and the cable connections.
(2) Check the laser/scanner unit and ECNT board (J53) connections.
(3) Replace the laser/scanner unit
(4) Replace the ECNT board.
##0325 [RX] Main motor rotation rate abnormality
Cause:
Internal unit defect
Solution: (1) Check the main motor, main motor connector (J301) and ECNT board
(J52) connections.
(2) Replace the main motor.
(3) Replace the ECNT board.
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• V.8/V.34 protocol error codes
##0670 [TX] At V.8 late start, the called party declares the V.8 protocol in DIS
signal and this unit transmits a CI signal, but the protocol does
not progress and a T1 time-out occurs.
Cause:
The other party disconnected the line while the CI signal was being
transmitted, or ANSam/DIS from the called party was not able to be
detected.
Solution: Increase #2 MENU No.07 transmission level within a range of
-8~-15 (dBm) or set #1 SSSW SW-28 bit 0 to "1" to inhibit the V.8/V.34
protocol on calling.
##0671 [RX] At V.8 termination, the protocol did not advance to phase 2 and
a T1 time-out occurs after the caller CM signal was detected.
Cause:
The caller disconnected the line or the signal from the caller was not able
to be detected.
Solution: Increase #2 MENU No.07 transmission level within a range of
-8~-15 (dBm) or set #1 SSSW SW-28 bit 1 to "1" to inhibit the V.8/V.34
protocol for the called party.
##0672 [TX] The protocol did not move from phase 2 to phase 3 and a T1
time-out occurred during V.34 transmission.
Cause:
The called party disconnected the line during phase 2 or the signal from
the called party was not able to be detected.
Solution: Increase #2 MENU No.07 transmission level within a range of
-8~-15 (dBm) or set #1 SSSW SW-28 bit 0 to "1" to inhibit the V.8/V.34
protocol on calling.
##0673 [RX] The protocol did not move from phase 2 to phase 3 and a T1
time-out occurred during V.34 reception.
Cause:
The transmitter disconnected the line during phase 2 or the signal from the
transmitter was not able to be detected.
Solution: Increase #2 MENU No.07 transmission level within a range of
-8~-15 (dBm) or set #1 SSSW SW-28 bit 1 to "1" to inhibit the V.8/V.34
protocol on termination.
##0674 [TX] The protocol did not move from phase 3 to phase 4 and a T1
time-out occurred during V.34 transmission.
Cause:
The called party disconnected the line during phase 3 or the signal from
the called party was not able to be detected.
Solution: Increase #2 MENU No.07 transmission level within a range of
-8~-15 (dBm) or set #1 SSSW SW-28 bit 0 to "1" to inhibit the V.8/V.34
protocol on calling.
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##0675 [RX] The protocol did not move from phase 3 to phase 4 and a T1
time-out occurred during V.34 reception.
Cause:
The transmitter disconnected the line during phase 3 or the signal from the
transmitter was not able to be detected.
Solution: Increase #2 MENU No.07 transmission level within a range of
-8~-15 (dBm) or set #1 SSSW SW-28 bit 1 to "1" to inhibit the V.8/V.34
protocol on termination.
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• ECM mode error codes
##0753 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after PPS-NULL transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so PPSNULL was transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR
transmission, no significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
##0758 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after PPS-MPS transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so PPS-MPS was
transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR transmission, no
significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
##0763 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after PPS-MPS transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so PPS-MPS was
transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR transmission, no
significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
##0768 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after PPS-EOP transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so PPS-EOP was
transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR transmission, no
significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
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##0773 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after EOR-NULL transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so EOR-NULL was
transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR transmission, no
significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
##0778 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after EOR-MPS transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so EOR-MPS was
transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR transmission, no
significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
##0783 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after EOR-EOM transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so EOR-EOM was
transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR transmission, no
significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
##0788 [TX] Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds)
after EOR-EOP transmission during ECM transmission
Cause:
The other fax’s page buffer is full or is being used, so EOR-EOP was
transmitted, then RNR was received and after RR transmission, no
significant signals could be received.
Solution: (1) In the user data “TX SETTINGS”, set “ECM TX” to “OFF”.
(2) Set user data “TX START SPEED” in “SYSTEM SETTINGS” to
lower speed.
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5.3 Errors not Shown on the Display
a) No power
Solution: (1) Plug in the power cord.
(2) Check the fuse in the power supply unit. If the fuse (F1, F2) blows,
replace the fuse.
(3) Check the power supply and ECNT board (J101) connections.
(4) Replace the power supply unit.
(5) Replace the ECNT board.
b) No display
Solution: (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Remove and reinstall the power cord.
Check the SCNT board (J5) and OPCNT board (J100) connections.
Replace the OPCNT board.
Replace the SCNT board.
c) Characters are distorted
Solution: (1) Check the SCNT board (J5) and OPCNT board (J100) connections.
(2) Replace the OPCNT board.
(3) Replace the SCNT board.
d) Keys do not function
Solution: (1) Check the SCNT board (J5) and OPCNT board (J100) connections.
(2) Replace the OPCNT board.
(3) Replace the SCNT board.
d) Document feed error
The document is not fed
Solution: (1) Use the Chapter 2: 2.4.7 Faculty Test, Test Mode [6] Faculty Test
[3] Sensor Test to check whether the document sensor is working
normally.
(2) Check the SENSOR board (J1) and SCNT board (J12) connections.
(3) Replace the SENSOR board.
(4) Replace the SCNT board.
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Document read motor does not run at all or dose not run normally
Solution: (1) Make a copy, and make sure that the document read motor is operating
correctly.
(2) Check the SCNT board (J4) and document read motor connections.
(3) Replace the document read motor.
(4) Replace the SCNT board.
The document skews
Solution: (1) Check whether the document guide width is set correctly for the
document to be loaded.
(2) Check whether paper whose thickness is lower or higher than the
prescribed value is used.
(3) Check whether the document stopper is initialized correctly.
(4) Clean the separation roller (upper), the separation roller (lower), the
document feed roller and eject roller.
Two or more documents are fed at the same time
Solution: (1) Check whether more documents than the maximum number of
documents are set.
(2) Check whether paper whose thickness is lower or higher than the
prescribed value is used.
(3) Clean the separation roller (upper), the separation roller (lower).
(4) Check whether the document stopper is initialized correctly.
(5) Replace the separation rollers (upper and lower).
e) Scanning error
See Chapter 2: 3.4.4 Print test and perform test print to confirm that there is no printing
error.
Copy not printed
Solution: (1) Check the contact sensor and SCNT board (J3) connections.
(2) Replace the contact sensor.
(3) Replace the SCNT board.
Vertical white line/band in images
Solution: (1) Clean the white sheet of the middle reader frame unit.
(2) Clean the scanning glass.
(3) Check the contact sensor and SCNT board (J3) connections.
(4) Replace the contact sensor unit.
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Vertical black band in images
Solution: (1) Clean the white sheet of the middle reader frame unit.
(2) Clean the scanning glass.
(3) Set SSSW #1 SW06 Bits 0 and 1 to "1", as explained in the separate
document G3 Facsimile Service Data Handbook (Rev. 0).
(4) Check the contact sensor and SCNT board (J3) connections.
(5) Replace the contact sensor.
f) No sound from the speaker
Solution: (1) Check the speaker unit and SCNT board (J10) connections.
(2) Replace the speaker unit.
(3) Replace the SCNT board.
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g) Print defects
Light
Dots
Irregular and smudged
black horizontal lines
White vertical lines
Distortion
-BD failure
Dark
Marks on
back of paper
Completely blank
All black
Black vertical
lines
Irregular and smudged
black vertical lines
Marks
White horizontal lines
Blank spots
Faulty
registration
Partially compressed/stretched image
Figure 4-46 Faulty Print Samples
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Light
Solution: (1) In user data, set “SELECT DENSITY” of “FAX’S PRINTER SET”
to “DK”.
(2) Replace the toner cartridge.
(3) During printing, open the printer cover, remove the toner cartridge,
open the toner cartridge drum protective shutter by hand, and check
that the toner image on the photosensitive drum is transferred to the
recording paper. If it is transferred and the toner image on the drum
surface is light, go to (4). If the toner image on the drum is faint, go to
(7).
Do not open the toner cartridge drum protective shutter for more than
10 seconds.
(4) Clean the high-voltage terminal, the toner cartridge contact and the
transfer charging roller shaft contact.
(5) Replace the transfer charging roller.
(6) Replace the ECNT board.
(7) Replace the laser/scanner unit.
(8) Replace the ECNT board.
Dark
Solution: (1) In user data, set “SELECT DENSITY” of “FAX’S PRINTER SET”
to “LT”.
(2) Clean the drum ground contact and the toner cartridge contact.
(3) Clean the high-voltage terminal and the toner cartridge contact.
(4) Replace the laser/scanner unit.
(5) Replace the ECNT board.
Completely blank
Solution: (1) Check if the toner cartridge drum protective shutter is damaged.
(2) Replace the toner cartridge.
(3) Clean the high-voltage terminal and the toner cartridge contact.
(4) Check if the laser shutter opens when you press the laser shutter lever.
(5) Replace the laser shutter lever or the laser shutter.
(6) Replace the ECNT board.
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All black
Solution: (1) Clean the high-voltage terminal and the toner cartridge contact.
(2) Replace the toner cartridge.
(3) Replace the ECNT board.
Dots
Solution: (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Clean the static charge eliminator with brush.
Clean the transfer charging roller.
Clean the transfer charging roller shaft contact.
Check the contact between the static charge eliminator and the ECNT
board.
(5) Check the contact between the transfer charging roller shaft and the
ECNT board.
(6) Replace the transfer charging roller.
(7) Replace the ECNT board.
Marks on back of paper
Solution: (1) Copy a few white paper documents.
(2) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 2.97" (75 mm), clean the cassette
feed roller.
(3) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 1.97" (50 mm), clean the feed
roller and the pre-transfer roller.
(4) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 1.85" (47 mm), clean the transfer
charging roller.
(5) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 2.48" (63 mm), clean the fixing
pressure roller.
(6) Clean the paper feed belt.
(7) Clean the paper feed guide.
(8) Clean the fixing entrance guide.
(9) Replace the cassette feed roller.
(10) Replace the feed roller.
(11) Replace the pre-transfer roller.
(12) Replace the transfer charging roller.
(13) Replace the fixing pressure roller.
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Black vertical lines
Solution: (1) Clean the mirror.
(2) During printing, open the printer cover, remove the toner cartridge
drum protective shutter by hand, and check if there are vertical black
lines on the photosensitive drum.
(3) If there are vertical black lines on the photosensitive drum, replace the
toner cartridge.
(4) If there are not vertical black lines on the photosensitive drum, clean
the fixing entrance guide.
(5) Check if the scars on the fixing film unit.
(6) Replace the fixing film unit.
Irregular and smudged black vertical lines
Solution: (1) During printing, open the printer cover, remove the toner cartridge
drum protective shutter by hand, and check if there are vertical black
lines on the photosensitive drum.
(2) If there are vertical black lines on the photosensitive drum, replace the
toner cartridge.
(3) If there are not vertical black lines on the photosensitive drum, clean
the fixing entrance guide.
(4) Check if the scars on the fixing film unit.
(5) Replace the fixing film unit.
Irregular and smudged black horizontal lines
Solution: If the irregular smudged black lines occur cyclically, replace the toner
cartridge. If they are non-cyclically, replace the fixing film unit.
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Marks
Solution: (1) Copy a few white paper documents.
(2) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 3.70" (94 mm), replace the toner
cartridge.
(3) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 2.97" (75 mm), clean the cassette
separation roller.
(4) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 1.97" (50 mm), clean the feed
roller and the pre-transfer roller.
(5) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 1.85" (47 mm), clean the transfer
charging roller.
(6) If the marks is at intervals of approx. 2.95" (75 mm), clean the fixing
film unit.
(7) Replace the cassette separation roller.
(8) Replace the feed roller.
(9) Replace the pre-transfer roller.
(10) Replace the transfer charging roller.
(11) Replace the fixing film unit.
Blank spots
Solution: (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Clean the developing bias contact and the toner cartridge contact.
Clean the transfer charging roller.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Replace the transfer charging roller.
Replace the ECNT board.
White vertical lines
Solution: (1) Shake the toner cartridge.
(2) Clean the mirror.
(3) Check for foreign matter stuck in the laser output hole on the laser/
scanner unit or the laser input hole on the toner cartridge.
(4) Clean the fixing entrance guide.
(5) Clean the fixing film unit.
(6) Replace the toner cartridge.
(7) Replace the fixing film unit.
(8) Replace the laser/scanner unit.
White horizontal lines
Solution: (1) Replace the toner cartridge.
(2) Replace the fixing film unit.
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Faulty registration
Solution: (1) Check if more than the regulation amount of recording paper is loaded
in the cassette.
(2) Clean the cassette pickup roller.
(3) Clean the multi-purpose tray pickup roller.
(4) Clean the feed roller.
(5) Adjust the leading edge margin as explained in this Chapter, 4.4
Leading edge margin adjustment.
(6) Replace the pickup roller.
(7) Replace the multi-purpose tray pickup roller.
(8) Replace the feed roller.
(9) Re-adjust the leading edge margin as explained in this Chapter, 4.4
Leading edge margin adjustment.
(10) Replace the ECNT board.
Poor fixing
Solution: (1) Check the nip width of the fixing ass’y. If it is not as specified, replace
the fixing ass’y.
(2) If the dirts are at intervals of approx. 2.95" (75 mm), clean the fixing
film unit.
(3) If the dirts are at intervals of approx. 2.48" (63 mm), clean the fixing
pressure roller.
(4) Replace the fixing film unit.
(5) Replace the fixing pressure roller.
Distortion / nBD signal failure
Solution: (1) Check the laser/scanner unit (J401, J501, J551) and ECNT board (J53)
connections.
(2) Replace the laser/scanner unit.
(3) Replace the ECNT board.
Partially compressed/stretched image
Solution: (1) Check the foreign matter between the toner cartridge gear and the
printer drive gear.
(2) Check if the toner cartridge gear is not broken.
(3) Replace the toner cartridge.
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NOTE
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) Either take along one or two all-black copies of A4 or letter size made
with a copier, or make it using a copier at the customer site.
(2) Place the all-black copy in the cassette of the printer, with the printed
side facing down.
(3) Open the face-up tray.
(4) Press the test print switch (SW501) on the ECNT board.
(5) When the leading edge of the print emerges at the face-up tray, turn
OFF the printer. Take out the print from the printer 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 below table.
15mm
c
Paper feed direction
a
b
Center of
paper
15mm
Dimension
a
6 to 8 mm
b
6.3 to 8.3 mm
c
6.3 to 8.3 mm
b-c
1.0 mm or less
b-a
–0.3 mm or more
c-a
–0.3 mm or more
Figure 4-47 Fixing Nip Width
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h) Recording paper pickup error
The recording paper is not picked up from the multi-purpose tray
Solution: (1) Check that the recording paper is not curled and is set correctly.
(2) Check if more than the regulation amount of recording paper is loaded
in the multi-purpose tray.
(3) Clean the multi-purpose tray pickup roller.
(4) Check the pickup solenoid, pickup solenoid connector (J125, J126)
and ECNT board (J56) connections.
(5) Check the resistance between multi-purpose tray pickup solenoid
(J126-2) and (J126-3), which should be approx. 110 ohm. If it is not,
replace the multi-purpose tray pickup solenoid.
(6) Check if the gears of the multi-purpose tray pick-up unit is not
damaged.
(7) Replace the multi-purpose tray pickup roller.
(8) Replace the separation pad.
(9) Replace any damaged gears of the multi-purpose tray pick-up unit.
(10) If the FAX-L1000 Printer Kit is installed, make a test print from the
multi-purpose tray. If the paper is picked up correctly, replace the
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit.
(11) Replace the ECNT board.
Recording paper is not picked up from the cassette 1
Solution: (1) Check that the cassette 1 is installed correctly.
(2) Check if more than the regulation amount of recording paper is loaded
in the cassette 1.
(3) Check that the cassette pickup roller is at its initial position. If it is not,
after switch the power on, insert the cassette 1 into the main unit.
(4) Clean the cassette pickup roller, cassette feed roller and cassette
separation roller.
(5) Check the cassette claw. If it is deformed, replace it.
(6) Check the cassette pickup solenoid and paper size detection board 1
(J604) connections.
(7) Check the resistance between cassette pickup solenoid (J604-1) and
(J604-2), which should be approx. 110 ohm. If it is not, replace the
cassette pickup solenoid.
(8) Check the pick-up module drive unit. If there are damaged parts,
replace any damaged parts.
(9) Check the ECNT board (J72) and paper size detection board 1 (J603)
connections.
(10) Replace the cassette pickup roller.
(11) Replace the cassette feed roller and cassette separation roller together.
(12) If the FAX-L1000 Printer Kit is installed, make a test print from the cassette
1. If the paper is picked up correctly, replace the FAX-L1000 Printer Kit.
(13) Replace the paper size detection board 1.
(14) Replace the ECNT board.
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Recording paper is not picked up from the cassette 2 (Option paper feeder)
Solution: (1) Check that the cassette 2 is installed correctly.
(2) Check if more than the regulation amount of recording paper is loaded
in the cassette 2.
(3) Check that the cassette pickup roller is at its initial position. If it is not,
after switch the power on, insert the cassette 2 into the main unit.
(4) Clean the cassette pickup roller, cassette feed roller and cassette
separation roller.
(5) Check the cassette claw. If it is deformed, replace it.
(6) Check the cassette pickup solenoid and paper size detection board 2
(J802) connections.
(7) Check the resistance between cassette pickup solenoid (J802-1) and
(J802-2), which should be approx. 110 ohm. If it is not, replace the
cassette pickup solenoid.
(8) Check the pick-up module drive unit. If there are damaged parts,
replace any damaged parts.
(9) Check the option cassette paper size detection board 2 (J801), paper
feeder connector (J811, J812, J104, J106) and paper size detection
board 1 (J601) connections.
(10) Check the ECNT board (J72) and paper size detection board 1 (J603)
connections.
(11) Replace the cassette pickup roller.
(12) Replace the cassette feed roller and cassette separation roller together.
(13) If the FAX-L1000 Printer Kit is installed, make a test print from the
cassette 2. If the paper is picked up correctly, replace the FAX-L1000
Printer Kit.
(14) Replace the paper size detection boards.
(15) Replace the ECNT board.
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i) Recording paper feed error
The recording paper is not fed between transfer and feed section
Solution: (1) When a paper 180mm or less in length is jammed before reaching the
fixing roller, examine whether the paper is curled downward. If it is,
straighten the paper, and then instruct the user.
(2) If the paper does not reach the registration arm, go to step (13) and
thereafter.
(3) Clean the paper feed belt. If it is worn or damaged, replace it.
(4) If the paper feed belt drive gear is damaged, replace it.
(5) Clean the pre-transfer roller. If it is worn or deformed, replace it.
(6) Clean the registration arm. If it is worn or deformed, replace it.
(7) If the registration arm does not move smoothly, adjust the arm so that
it moves smoothly.
(8) If the registration arm spring is out of place, re-attach it or replace it.
(9) If the top of page sensor lever does not move smoothly, adjust the
lever so that it moves smoothly.
(10) If the top of page sensor lever is damaged, replace it.
(11) If the transfer charging roller does not move smoothly, replace the
bushing.
(12) If the gear of the transfer charging roller is worn or damaged, replace
it.
(13) Clean the feed roller. If the feed roller is worn or damaged, replace it.
(14) If the gears of the multi-purpose tray pick-up unit, replace any
damaged gears.
(15) Check the resistance between feed roller clutch (J128-1) and (J128-2),
which should be approx. 145 ohm. If it is not, replace the feed roller
clutch.
(16) Replace the ECNT board.
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The recording paper is not fed between fixing and delivery section
Solution: (1) If the nip width is not within the specification, replace the fixing ass’y.
(2) Clean the fixing entrance guide.
(3) If the recording paper eject sensor 2 lever does not move smoothly,
adjust the lever so that it moves smoothly.
(4) If the recording paper eject sensor 2 lever is damaged, replace it.
(5) If the fixing pressure roller does not move smoothly, check the gears
and replace if any worn or fractured gear is found.
(6) Clean the fixing film unit. If the fixing film unit is deformed or
scarred, replace it.
(7) Clean the fixing pressure roller. If the fixing pressure roller is
deformed or scarred, replace it.
(8) Clean the face-up deflector.
(9) Clean the fixing eject roller. If the fixing eject roller is worn or
damaged, replace it.
(10) If the fixing eject roller does not move smoothly, check the gears and
replace if any worn or fractured gear is found.
(11) If the paper feed roller is worn or damaged, replace it.
(12) If the paper feed roller does not move smoothly, check the gears and
replace if any worn or fractured gear is found.
(13) If the face-down delivery roller is worn or damaged, replace it.
(14) If the face-down delivery roller does not move smoothly, check the
gears and replace if any worn or fractured gear is found.
(15) If the recording paper overload sensor lever does not move smoothly,
adjust the lever so that it moves smoothly.
(16) If the recording paper overload sensor lever is damged, replace it.
(17) If the poor linkage between the recording paper eject sensor 1 lever on
the fixing unit and the arm on the ECNT board, rejoin the fixing unit
with the ECNT board properly.
(18) Replace the ECNT board.
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Multiple feed
Solution: (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
If jams occur in the multi-purpose tray, go to step (7) and thereafter.
Set the paper caught by the claw of the cassette.
Check the cassette claw. If it is deformed, replace it.
If the cassette separation roller is worn or deformed, replace the
cassette feed roller and cassette separation roller together.
If the spring pushing the cassette separation roller is defective, replace
the spring.
If the torque limiter of the cassette separation roller is defective,
replace it.
If the separation pad surface is worn, replace it.
If the spring pushing separation pad, replace the spring.
Wrinkles/folded leading edge
Solution: (1) If the paper is curled, straighten the paper, and then instruct the user.
(2) Open the printer cover after the paper is picked up before it enters the
fixing unit. If the paper is wrinkled or folded at its leading edge at this
point, go to step (5) and thereafter.
(3) Clean the fixing entrance guide.
(4) Clean the fixing pressure roller. If the fixing pressure roller is
deformed or scarred, replace it.
(5) Clean the fixing film unit. If the fixing film unit is deformed or
scarred, replace it.
(6) Clean the registration arm. If it is worn or deformed, replace it.
(7) Clean the feed roller, pre-transfer roller and paper feed guide.
(8) If the transfer guide is worn, scarred or deformed, replace it.
Skew
Solution: (1) If the cassette feed roller and the cassette separation roller are worn
unevenly, replace them together.
(2) If the cassette side plate ass’y (right and left side) do not move
smoothly or are deformed, replace them.
(3) Clean the registration arm. If it is worn or deformed, replace it.
(4) If the registration arm does not move smoothly, adjust the arm so that
it moves smoothly.
(5) If the registration arm spring is out of place, re-attach it or replace it.
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j) Printer error
PRINTER ERROR MESSAGES
Solution: (1) For the detail of the printer error messages, refer to the Chapter 5,
3.10 FAX-L1000 Printer Kit, 3.10.4 Maintenance and service, b)
Troubleshooting.
Main motor does not run
Solution: (1) Check the main motor, main motor connector (J301) and ECNT board
(J52) connections.
(2) Replace the main motor.
(3) Replace the ECNT board.
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6. WIRING DIAGRAM
J14
J3
40
20
J2
J2
J2
J5
J25
J8
J7
5
6
J1
10
10
J3
J2
J1
2
2
Not used
LCD
J1
J100
11
2
READ MOTOR
OPCNT1
OPCNT2
OPCNT
Figure 4-48 Wiring Diagram (1)
4-80
Modular cord
J2
15
SCNT
10
15
10
J5
6
J2
J4
MODULAR
J8
NCU
6
J2
FG
6
J23
J24
2
2
STAMP
2
J4
100 pin board to board
ADFTHM
23
J12
40
J1
10
J6
3
20
14
SYSTEM-BUS
11
J2
J10
2
DCM
40
23
40
CAMS
SPEAKER
To Power Supply Unit CN22
J31 J31 J31
14
11
J31
2
J9
2
PSU
J1
TWINS
VIDEO-IF
J2
CONTACT SENSOR
J3
DES
DWS
DS
DFS
Sensor board
6.1 Wiring Diagram
2
2
2
1
1
1
3
3
3
M
4
4
4
2
2
1
1
3
3
J72
4
4
3
3
2
2
2
1
3
3
1
1
3
11 22 33
PS105
J58
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
9
9
2
2
8
8
11 10 9
11 10 9
8
8
7
7
4
4
6
6
J718
6
6
4
4
5
5
5
5
4
4
6
6
3
3
7
7
8
8
2
2
1
1
9
9
3
3
2
2
1
1
J301
J52
2
1
1
PICK SL
2
2
2
5
3
3
5
5
6
2
2
6
6
7
1
1
7
7
J601
24VA
SEL 1*
GND
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
J103
SCLK
SIN
SOUT
GND
SEL 0*
24VA
(MI)
J704
1
1
2
2
2
1
J104
SL
2
2
1
1
J105
2
J711
J51
2
2
1
1
J71
3
3
4
4
1
SL
J811
J201
2BIN SL
1
1
3
DUP SL
SL701
J102
3
PAPER SNS.
1
1
M
4
4
4
4
4
M101
3
5
5
3
3
MAIN MOTOR
6
6
2
2
7
7
1
1
2
2
PS101
J604
J101
DFON*
DFLOCK
GND
J707
1
DUP SOL
24VA
J703
2
2
2
1
1
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
4
4
3
3
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
3
3
1
1
J103
J712
PS106
DEL2 SNS.
(MOLEX)
3
3
2
2
J717
1
2
2
3
3
1
3
3
2
2
1
1
4
4
4
4
J812
1
SL
SL101
J110
5
5
3
3
1
2
3 2 1
33 22 11
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
IHV SNS
PS703
J716
1
2
2
5
5
9 10 11 12 13 14
9 10 11 12 13 14
6
6
2
2
J715
4
1
1
7
7
8
8
7
7
3
3
Paper size
detection board 1
6
6
1
1
1 2 3
3 2 1
3 2 1
for Power
supply unit
1
1
2
2
for TWINS
J719
J705
J714
PS702
FU SNS
3
5
J602
SW602
SW601
SW600
14 13 12 11 10
14 13 12 11 10
1
1
1
J603
FN701
J706
3
3
1 2 3
3 2 1
3 2 1
PS701
DUP PICK SNS.
J713
J114
MP SNS.
HOT
J1
2
2
1
1
4
3
NEUTRAL
J54
2
1
FN101
FAN MOTOR
DUPLEX
J701
2
1
M
M701
IHV MOTOR
4
3
2
1
M702
2
1
6
J31
5
5
1
1
5
5
DEL1 SNS.
PS501
J137
4
4
2
2
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
4
4
2
2
1
1
5
5
1
1
J131
J132
J133
5
7
33 22 11
9
10
10
9
9
10
10
9
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
12
13
13
13
13
14
14
14
14
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
16
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
20
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
22
22
22
22
23
23
23
23
J803
2
2
3
3
OPT. SNS.
PS801
3 2 1
33 22 11
1
1
J813
2
2
2
1
SL
PS801
1
1
2
24
24
24
24
25
25
25
25
26
26
26
26
1
1
1
2
2
2
SW803
SW802
SW801
2
2
2
2
3
3
1
1
FULL2
1
1
3
3
2
TEST SW
SW501
OPT. PICK SL
J802
Paper size
detection board 2
2
1
PAPER FEED UNIT PF-52 (Option)
for TWINS board
8
8
8
8
24VA
SEL 1*
GND
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
J801
6
6
7
5
7
7
6
6
5
5
1
J102
1
FIXING UNIT
2
1
J702
3
2
1
P DR
GND
P SENS
TB12
FG
FHT A
FHT A*
FHT B
FHT B*
FON*
FLOCK
GND
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
3
IHT A
IHT A*
IHT B
IHT B*
MP SNS
GND
MP DR
1
3
2
1
INV DR
GND
INV SNS
FU DR
GND
FU SNS
1
2
3
PICK DR
GND
PICK SNS
2
1
24VA
SEL 1*
GND
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
SL0
SL1
PCKCHK
1stSNS*
1stSIZE0
1stSIZE1
1stSIZE2
3.3V
24VA
P SOL
5
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
1
J73
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
KJS
(FULL3)
1
1
3
3
1
1
2
2
6
6
J59
J112
TOP SNS.
3 2 1
33 22 11
5
5
PRE SNS.
4
4
PS103
3
3
PS102
3 2 1
33 22 11
J57
J111
J105
1
2
2
1
3
3
DR SW
SW101
2
1
1
J129F
1
TB101
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
J135
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
FG
2
TONER
CARTRIDGE
1
TB13
1
J134
TB11
HOT
2
4
4
J141F
J142F
J143F
TB10
NEUTRAL
3
5
3
TR
TR
4
6
2
GND
TB60
PRB DR
GND
PRE SNS
TOP DR
GND
TOP SNS
5
3
1
4
1
DEV
TB61
4
2
2
3
2
PRI
TB62
24VB
NC
24VA
3
1
3
2
3
CLKCTL*
MODRST*
ZROX
GND
GND
+3.3V
+3.3V
GND
GND
+24V
+24V
HALP*
MRDY*
24VA
24VA
MON*
GND
GND
6
+24V
1
2
3
4
24VA
SEL 0*
GND
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
ANT
TB63
2
4
DEL2 SNS
GND
DEL2 DR
GND
THRM
GND
BD*
PPRDY*
RDY*
TOP*
SBSY*
STS*
PCLK*
CBSY*
PRNT
PRFD*
CPRDY*
GND
CMD*
CCLK*
GND
VDO*
GND
CCRT*
PDLV*
PFED*
NC
+5.0V
+5.0V
GND
GND
1
1
4
3
6
6
5
5
1
J60
J61M
24VA
TR SOL
J56
24VA
MP SOL
FUL DR
GND
FUL SNS
4
4
3
3
4
4
2
2
2
1
1
3
3
J106
Not used
J401
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
TB102
J107
3
3
J551
4
4
5
5
3
3
1
1
7
7
2
2
6
6
BD
8
8
J125
J113
J911
J127
TB902
J912
J126
J128
J902
24VA
SEL 2*
GND
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
J901
5
5
2
2
J55F
3
3
TR CL
CL101
MP SL
SL102
GND
RXD*
3.3V
TXD*
4
4
1
1
2
2
2
1
SL901
SL
1
1
PAPER SNS.
PS901
ENVELOP
FEEDER(Option)
PS104
FULL SNS
TB901
6
6
910 11 12 13
910 11 12 13
J501
LASER
LASER/SCANNER UNIT
SCANNER
1
2
3
5
1
(MOLEX)
3
2
1
ANTCHK
GND
24VA
SEL 2*
GND
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
4
5
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
2
2
3
6
4
Figure 4-49 Wiring Diagram (2)
5
5
1
2
To Power supply(J201)
4
6
3
3
OPT DR
GND
OPT SNS
4
3
2
4
2
24VA
OPT SOL
1
3
4
2
1
4
2
2
3
1
3
3
2
1
3
1
1
4-81
2
2
3
1
1
2
2
4
1
3
3
1
2
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
3
1
CL
3
3
3
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
SL
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
3
3
1
2
1
1
4
3
2
2
5
1
3
6
1
2
4
1
4
3
4
2
3
4
3
3
2
5
2
2
GND
1
1
24VA
ACC*
DEC*
GND
3.3V
BDI*
GND
5V
HALF
LON*
ENBL*
VDO*
1
1
6
Not used
24VA
ENV SOL
PICK MOTOR
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1
6
1
4-82
2
J203
J1
15
14
40
J32
J36
2
26
15
J201
2
AC
Figure 4-50 Wiring Diagram (3)
SCNT
J2
J2
J1
J42
Power
supply unit
26
11
ECNT
FG
20
40
J43
8
8
VIDEO-IF
J7
PSU
40
SYSTEM-BUS
40
40
J31
TWINS
J38
J37
Not used
26
2
2
14
J2
J1
J39
40
9
J1
36
J2
B50
J3
Adapter board
J8
72
Not used
PS3 ROM DIMM socket
(bank 1)
J7
72
PS3 ROM DIMM
Update ROM DIMM socket
(bank 0)
J6
72
Update PDL ROM DIMM
8
J1
FAX-L1000 Network Printer
Upgrade Kit(Option)
All DIMM is option
RAM DIMM socket
J5
72
4/ 8/ 16Mbyte RAM
RAM DIMM socket
J4
72
4/ 8/ 16Mbyte RAM
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit (Option)
J S1
20
4
J3
J201
G4 Relay board
ISDN
J34
J35
J40
Modular board
10
J101
J51
CN22 J202
8
J33
2
J7
2
26
2
2
2
10
2
G4 board
60
J5
J3
4
J7
26
J2
J203
J7
B50
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT(Option)
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B50
J3
J1
60
To NCU board J4
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6.2 Signal Description
SCNT board (J1) ,/ Memory board
J1
Memory Signal name
A1 . 1
DGND
A2 . 2
VD0
A3 . 3
VD1
A4 . 4
VD2
A5 . 5
VD3
A6 . 6
VD4
A7 . 7
VD5
A8 . 8
VD6
A9 . 9
VD7
A10 / 10
+VB
A11 . 11
N.C
A12 . 12
AX0
A13 . 13
AX1
A14 . 14
AX2
A15 . 15
AX3
A16 . 16
AX4
A17 . 17
AX5
A18 . 18
AX6
A19 . 19
AX10
A20 . 20
N.C
A21 . 21
VD8
A22 . 22
VD9
A23 . 23
VD10
A24 . 24
VD11
A25 . 25
VD12
A26 . 26
VD13
A27 . 27
VD14
A28 . 28
AX7
A29 . 29
N.C
A30 / 30
+VB
A31 . 31
AX8
A32 . 32
AX9
A33 . 33
N.C
A34 . 34
N.C
A35 . 35
VD15
A36 . 36
N.C
A37 . 37
VD0
A38 . 38
VD1
A39 . 39
DGND
A40 / 40
nCASL
A41 / 41
nCASL
A42 / 42
nCASH
Description
Ground
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Logic drive voltage
Not connected
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Address/data signal
Not connected
Logic drive voltage
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Not connected
Not connected
Data signal
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Ground
Column address/low-order byte access
Column address/low-order byte access
Column address/high-order byte access
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SCNT board (J1) ,/ Memory board
J1
Memory Signal name
A43 / 43
nCASH
A44 / 44
nRAS2
A45 . 45
N.C
A46 . 46
N.C
A47 / 47
nFWE
A48 . 48
N.C
A49 . 49
VD2
A50 . 50
VD3
A51 . 51
VD4
A52 . 52
VD5
A53 . 53
VD6
A54 . 54
VD7
A55 . 55
N.C
A56 . 56
VD8
A57 . 57
VD9
A58 . 58
VD10
A59 . 59
VD12
A60 . 60
VD11
A61 / 61
+VB
A62 . 62
VD13
A63 . 63
VD14
A64 . 64
VD15
A65 . 65
N.C
A66 . 66
N.C
A67 . 67
N.C
A68 . 68
N.C
A69 . 69
N.C
A70 . 70
N.C
A71 . 71
N.C
A72 . 72
DGND
NOTE
Description
Column address/high-order byte access
Row address strobe signal No.2
Not connected
Not connected
XWE signal to DRAM
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Logic drive voltage
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Ground
The J1 connector on the SCNT board has two rows A and B and has a total of
144 pins. Since rows A and B have similar pin layout , only different pins are
shown below:
B34 :nRAS2
B44 :nRAS1
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SCNT board (J2) ,/ TWINS board (J31)
J2
J31
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
VA5
Address signal
2
/ 2
VA4
Address signal
3
/ 3
VA3
Address signal
4
/ 4
VA2
Address signal
5
/ 5
VA1
Address signal
6
/ 6
VA0
Address signal
7
. 7
DGND
Ground
8
. 8
VD7
Data signal
9
. 9
VD6
Data signal
10 . 10
VD5
Data signal
11 . 11
VD4
Data signal
12 . 12
DGND
Ground
13 , 13
INTPIFI1
Interrupt signal 1
14 , 14
INTPIFI2
Interrupt signal 2
15 / 15
VUBE
Upper Bite Enable
16 , 16
+5V
Logic drive voltage
17 / 17
ALLRST
All reset signal
18 / 18
CLKCTK
Clock control signal
19 / 19
TC
Terminal count
20 / 20
DACK2
DMA acknowledge signal 2
21 / 21
DACK5
DMA acknowledge signal 5
22 , 22
DREQ2
DMA request signal 2
23 , 23
DREQ5
DMA request signal 5
24 , 24
OPTION0
Option board detection signal 0
25 , 25
OPTION1
Option board detection signal 1
26 . 26
DGND
Ground
27 , 27
PPRDY
Printer power ready signal
28 , 28
TOP
Top of page signal
29 , 29
STS
Status signal
30 / 30
CBSY
Command busy signal
31 / 31
PRFD
Pre-Feed signal
32 . 32
DGND
Ground
33 / 33
CCLK
Controller clock signal
34 / 34
VDO
Printer video signal
35 / 35
CCRT
Condition change report signal
36 / 36
MODRST
Modem reset signal
37 , 37
+5V
Logic drive voltage
38 , 38
OPTION2
Option board detection signal 2
39 , 39
SCEN
Printer panel data receive enable signal
40 / 40
CSITX
Printer panel data transmission signal
41 , 41
+12V
+12V
42 . 42
AGND
Analog ground
43 , 43
+24V
+24V
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SCNT board (J2) ,/ TWINS board (J31)
J2
J31
Signal name
Description
44 , 44
+24V
+24V
45 , 45
DGND
Ground
46 , 46
+5V
+5V
47 / 47
+5V
+5V(off while ESS)
48 . 48
DGND
Ground
49 / 49
+3.3V
+3.3V
50 . 50
DGND
Ground
51 . 51
VD15
Data signal
52 . 52
VD14
Data signal
53 . 53
VD13
Data signal
54 . 54
VD12
Data signal
55 . 55
DGND
Ground
56 . 56
VD11
Data signal
57 . 57
VD10
Data signal
58 . 58
VD9
Data signal
59 . 59
VD8
Data signal
60 . 60
DGND
Ground
61 . 61
VD3
Data signal
62 . 62
VD2
Data signal
63 . 63
VD1
Data signal
64 . 64
VD0
Data signal
65 , 65
+5V
+5V
66 , 66
ESSACT
ESSACT
67 / 67
FIORD
I/O read signal
68 / 68
FIOWR
I/O write signal
69 . 69
DGND
Ground
70 / 70
ICS7
Chip select signal 7
71 / 71
VTC
V terminal count
72 / 72
VACK1
VACK1
73 , 73
VREQ1
VREQ1
74 / 74
ICS5
Chip select signal 5
75 , 75
OPTSPK
Option board speaker signal
76 , 76
BD
Beam detection signal
77 , 77
RDY
Ready signal
78 , 78
SBSY
Status busy signal
79 , 79
+3.3V
+3.3V(off while ESS)
80 / 80
PRNT
Print signal
81 / 81
CPRDY
Controller power ready signal
82 / 82
CMD
Command signal
83 , 83
G4CI
G4 board CI signal
84 . 84
DGND
Ground
85 , 85
OPTION4
Option board detection signal 4
86 / 86
PRESS
ESS printer reset control signal
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SCNT board (J2) ,/ TWINS board (J31)
J2
J31
Signal name
Description
87 , 87
+5V
+5V
88 , 88
OPTION3
Option board detection signal 3
89 , 89
PCLK
Printer panel data transfer clock
90 , 90
CSIRX
Printer panel data receive signal
91 , 91
+12V
+12V
92 / 92
AGND
Analog ground
93 , 93
+24V
+24V
94 , 94
+24V
+24V
95 . 95
DGND
Ground
96 , 96
+5V
+5V
97 / 97
+5V
+5V(off while ESS)
98 . 98
DGND
Ground
99 / 99
+3.3V
+3.3V
100 / 100
PWCTL
Power control signal
SCNT board (J3) ,/ Contact sensor
J3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
,
.
/
,
.
/
/
/
/
/
Contact
sensor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Signal name
VOUT
AGND
+5V
+ref
DGND
SP
FGND
MACLK
LEDON
+24V
Description
Scanner video signal
Analog ground
+5V(Contact sensor)
Reference
Ground
Shift pulse
Frame ground
Contact sensor drive clock
LED drive control
+24V
SCNT board (J4) ,/ Document feed motor
J4
Motor Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
PHA
Phase A
2
/ 2
PHB
Phase B
3
. 3
Commongnd
Common ground
4
. 4
Commongnd
Common ground
–
5
/ 5
PHXA
Phase A
–
6
/ 6
PHXB
Phase B
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SCNT board (J5) ,/ OPCNT board 1(J100)
J5
J100
Signal name
Description
1
/ 18
+5V
+5V
2
/ 17
+5V
+5V
3
/ 16
ESSLED
ESS LED drive signal
4
, 15
ESSKEY
ESS key input signal
5
, 14
PRTCT
SRAM protect signal
6
, 13
PNLRX
Panel data receive signal
7
. 12
DGND
Ground
8
/ 11
PNLCK
Panel data transmission clock
9
. 10
DGND
Ground
10 / 9
PNLTX
Panel data transmission signal
11 . 8
DGND
Ground
12 / 7
ALLRST
System reset signal
13 , 6
PRNKEY0
Printer panel key 0
14 , 5
PRNKEY1
Printer panel key 1
15 , 4
PRNKEY2
Printer panel key 2
16 , 3
PRNKEY3
Printer panel key 3
17 , 2
PRNKEY4
Printer panel key 4
18 , 1
PRNKEY5
Printer panel key 5
SCNT board (J8) ,/ STAMP unit
J8
STAMP Signal name
1
/ 1
STAMP+24V
2
/ 2
STAMPGND
Description
STAMP+24V
STAMP ground
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SCNT board (J9) ,/ NCU board (J1)
J9
J1
Signal name
1
. 23
DGND
2
, 22
BIT3
3
, 21
BIT2
4
, 20
BIT1
5
. 19
LPL2
6
. 18
LPL1
7
. 17
HOOK2
8
, 16
HOOK1
9
, 15
CIOR
10 , 14
CI2
11 , 13
CI1
12 . 12
LPRD
13 / 11
DCD
14 / 10
CMLD
15 / 9
HRD
16 / 8
PRD
17 / 7
SRD
18 . 6
DGND
19 . 5
DGND
20 / 4
VH
21 / 3
+3.3V
22 / 2
+3.3V
23 . 1
DGND
Description
Ground
for future use
for future use
for future use
Not used
Not used
Not used
Off hook detection signal
CIOR signal 1
CI detection signal 2
CI detection signal 1
Not used
DC relay control signal
CML relay control signal
H relay control signal
P relay control signal
S relay control signal
Ground
Ground
+24V DC
Logic drive voltage
Logic drive voltage
Ground
SCNT board (J10) ,/ SPEAKER
J10
Speaker Signal name
1
/ 1
SPKO2
2
/ 2
SPKO1
Description
Speaker out 2
Speaker out 1
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SCNT board (J12) ,/ Sensor board(J1)
J12
(J1)
Signal name
Description
1
/ 11
+3.3V
+3.3V(off while ESS)
2
. 10
DGND
Ground
3
. 9
DGND
Ground
4
, 8
DWS
Document width sensor detect signal
(H: No document, L: Document)
5
/ 7
SENPW
Sensor power
6
, 6
DS
Document sensor detect signal
(H: No document, L: Document)
7
, 5
DFS
Document feed sensor detect signal
(H: No document, L: Document)
8
, 4
CAMS
Cam sensor signal
9
/ 3
DCMGND
DC motor ground
10 / 2
DCMGND
DC motor ground
11 / 1
DCM+18V
DC motor +18V
SCNT board (J14) ,/ Document edge sensor
J14
Sensor Signal name
Description
1
/ .
+5V
+5V(DES)
2
. .
DGND
Ground
3
, .
DES
Document edge sensor detect signal
(H: No document, L: Document)
SCNT board (J23) ,/ NCU board(J2)
J23
J2
Signal name
1
. 6
DGND
2
/ 5
+12V
3
/ 4
+12V
4
, 3
ANOUT
5
/ 2
TXAO
6
, 1
RXAI
Description
Ground
+12V
+12V
Analog out signal
Analog transmission signal
Analog receive signal
SCNT board (J24) ,/ ADF thermostat
J24
ADF thm
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
ADFTHM+24V
ADF Thermostat +24V out
2
, 2
ADFGND
ADF Thermostat +24V in
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SCNT board (J25) ,/ NCU board (J6)
J25
J6
Signal name
1
. 14
OUT
2
/ 13
IPSEL1
3
/ 12
IPSEL2
4
. 11
IPSEL3
5
/ 10
DCSEL
6
7
8
,
,
,
9
8
7
DCLIM
RRD
NOR
9
10
11
12
13
14
,
,
,
,
,
,
6
5
4
3
2
1
C1
C2
CIST1
CIST2
AST
NZ
Description
Direct current of line detection signal
HIC terminal impedance setting
HIC terminal impedance setting
HIC terminal impedance setting
DC registance switching when line is
connected
DC current limitation control signal
R relay control signal
CI reception sensitivity setting signal when
no ringing reception
DC cut capacitor selection signal
DC cut capacitor selection signal
CI reception sensitivity setting signal
CI reception sensitivity setting signal
For Australian regulations signal
For N.Z. regulations signal
NCU board (J4) ,/ Power Supply unit (CN22)
J4
CN22
Signal name
Description
1
, 2
VH
For off-hook detection during communication
2
. 1
VH-GND
Ground
NCU board (J5) ,/ to Grounding wire
J5
G.wire Signal name
Description
1
. .
ARG
Ground (arrester)
NCU board (J7) ,/ Modular board (J3)
J7
J3
Signal name
Description
1
. 6
T2
Line from L1, L2 to wall socket via the fax
2
. 5
W
Line from handset terminal T11 in priority
mode (handset/extension telephone).
3
. 4
L2
Telephone line
4
. 3
L1
Telephone line
5
. 2
R
Outside line access signal
6
. 1
T1
Line from L1, L2 to wall socket via the fax
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NCU board (J8) ,/ Modular board (J3)
J5
G.wire Signal name
Description
1
. 11
A
Line from handset terminal T12 in priority
mode (handset/extension telephone).
2
. 10
W
Line from handset terminal T11 in priority
mode (handset/extension telephone).
3
. 9
T12
Handset terminal telephone line via the fax
4
. 8
T11
Handset terminal telephone line via the fax
5
. 7
R
Outside line access signal
NCU board (J9) ,/ Not connected
J9
Signal name
1
. .
N.C
2
. .
N.C
3
. .
N.C
4
. .
N.C
Modular board (J1) ,/ LINE
J1
LINE
Signal name
1
. .
T1
2
. .
R
3
. .
L1
4
. .
L2
5
. .
W
6
.
.
T2
Description
Not conected
Not conected
Not conected
Not conected
Description
Line from L1, L2 to wall socket via the fax
Outside line access signal
Telephone line
Telephone line
Line from handset terminal T11 in priority
mode(handset/extension telephone).
Line from L1, L2 to wall socket via the fax
Modular board (J2) ,/ Not connected
J2
HANDSET Signal name
Description
1
. .
N.C
Not connected
2
. .
R
Not connected
3
. .
T11
Not connected
4
. .
T12
Not connected
5
. .
W
Not connected
6
. .
A
Not connected
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ECNT board (J101) ,/ Power supply unit
J101
PSU
Signal name
Description
1
, 1
HOT
AC power input
2
, 2
NEUTRAL
AC power input
ECNT board (J31) ,/ Fixing unit(J131)
J31
J131
Signal name
Description
1
, 1
THRM
Thermistor signal
2
. 2
DGND
Ground
3
. 3
DEL2 DR
Fixing unit delivery sensor 2 drive
4
. 4
DGND
Ground
5
, 5
nDELSNS2
Fixing unit delivery detection signal 2
ECNT board (J51) ,/ TWINS board(J32)
J51
J32
Signal name
Description
1
. 1
DGND
Ground
2
/ 2
nBD
Beam detection signal
3
, 3
nPPRDY
Printer power ready signal
4
/ 4
nRDY
Ready signal
5
/ 5
nTOP
Top of page signal
6
/ 6
nSBSY
Status busy signal
7
/ 7
nSTS
Status signal
8
/ 8
nPCLK
Printer clock signal
9
, 9
nCBSY
Command busy signal
10 , 10
nPRINT
Print signal
11 , 11
nPRFD
Pre-feed signal
12 , 12
nCPRDY
Controller power ready signal
13 . 13
DGND
Ground
14 , 14
nCMD
Command signal
15 , 15
nCCLK
Controller clock signal
16 . 16
DGND
Ground
17 , 17
nVDO
Printer video signal
18 . 18
DGND
Ground
19 / 19
nCCRT
Condition change report signal
20 . 20
N.C.
Not connected
21 . 21
N.C.
Not connected
22 , 22
nPRESS
ESS printer reset control signal
23 / 23
+5V
Logic drive voltage
24 / 24
+5V
Logic drive voltage
25 . 25
DGND
Ground
26 . 26
DGND
Ground
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ECNT board (J52) ,/ Main motor(J301)
J52
J301
Signal name
Description
1
/ 7
nHALF
Main motor speed switching signal
2
, 6
nMRDY
Main motor ready signal
3
/ 5
+24V
Main motor drive voltage
4
/ 4
+24V
Main motor drive voltage
5
/ 3
nMON
Main motor drive signal
6
. 2
DGND
Ground
7
. 1
DGND
Ground
ECNT board (J53) ,/ Laser/scanner unit scanner section(J401)
J53
J401
Signal name
Description
1
/ 4
+24V
Scanner motor drive voltage
2
/ 3
nACC
Scanner motor acceleration signal
3
/ 2
nDEC
Scanner motor deceleration signal
4
. 1
DGND
Ground
ECNT board (J53) ,/ Laser/scanner unit BD section(J551)
J53
J551
Signal name
Description
5
/ 3
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
6
, 2
nBDI
BD input signal
7
. 1
DGND
Ground
ECNT board (J53) ,/ Laser/scanner unit Laser section(J501)
J53
J501
Signal name
Description
8
/ 6
+5V
Logic drive voltage
9
/ 5
HALF
Laser intensity switching signal
10 / 4
nLON
Laser forced emission signal
11 / 3
nENBL
Video data enable signal
12 / 2
nVDO
Printer video signal
13 / 1
DGND
Ground
ECNT board (J54) ,/ FAN
J54
FAN
Signal name
1
/ 1
nFON
2
/ 2
FLOCK
3
. 3
DGND
Description
Fan drive signal
Fan lock detection signal
Ground
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ECNT board (J55F) ,/ Not used
J55F
Signal name
1
. .
DGND
2
, .
RxD
3
/ .
+3.3V
4
/ .
TxD
Description
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
ECNT board (J56) ,/ MP tray pick-up solenoid(J125)
J56
J125
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
+24V
Multi-purpose tray pick-up solenoid
drive voltage
2
/ 2
MP SOL
Multi-purpose tray pick-up solenoid
drive signal
3
. 3
N.C.
Not connected
ECNT board (J56) ,/ Feed roller clutch(J127)
J56
J127
Signal name
Description
4
/ 2
+24V
Feed roller clutch drive voltage
5
/ 1
TRCL
Feed roller clutch drive signal
ECNT board (J57) ,/ Pre-feed sensor(J111)
J57
J111
Signal name
Description
1
/ 3
PRE DR
Pre-feed sensor drive
2
. 2
DGND
Ground
3
, 1
nPRE SNS
Pre-feed detection signal
(H: No recording paper, L: Recording paper)
ECNT board (J57) ,/ Top of page sensor(112)
J57
J112
Signal name
Description
4
/ 3
TOP DR
Top of page sensor drive
5
. 2
DGND
Ground
6
, 1
nTOP SNS
Top of page detection signal
(H: No recording paper, L: Recording paper)
ECNT board (J58) ,/ Multi-purpose tray detection sensor(J114)
J58
J114
Signal name
Description
1
/ 3
MP DR
Multi-purpose tray paper sensor drive
2
. 2
DGND
Ground
3
, 1
nMP SNS
Multi-purpose tray paper detection signal
(H: No recording paper, L: Recording paper)
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ECNT board (J59) ,/ Printer cover sensor (J119F)
J59
J119F Signal name
Description
1
/ 2
+24VA
Printer cover sensor drive voltage
2
. .
N.C.
Not connected
3
, 1
+24VB
24VB supply and top cover detection signal
(H: Close, L: Open)
ECNT board (J60) ,/ Recording paper overload sensor 1 (J113)
J60
J113
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
FUL DR
Recording paper overload sensor 1 drive
signal
2
. 2
DGND
Ground
3
, 3
nFUL SNS
Recording paper overload detection signal
ECNT board (J61M) ,/ Toner sensor (Not used)
J61M
Signal name
Description
1
, .
ANT
Not connected
2
. .
DGND
Not connected
ECNT board (J71) ,/ Duplexing unit(J103)
J71
J103
Signal name
Description
1
/ 3
SCLK
Serial clock signal
2
/ 2
SIN
Serial input data
3
, 1
SOUT
Serial output data
ECNT board (J71) ,/ Duplexing unit(J102)
J71
J102
Signal name
Description
4
. 4
DGND
Ground
5
/ 3
nSEL0
Duplexing unit select signal
6
/ 2
+24V
Duplexing unit drive voltage
. . 1
N.C
Not connected
ECNT board (J72) ,/ Paper size board(J603)
J72
J603
Signal name
Description
1
/ 14
+24V
Pick-up solenoid drive voltage
2
/ 13
nSEL1
Paper feed select signal
3
. 12
GND
Ground
4
/ 11
SOUT
Serial output data
5
, 10
SIN
Serial input data
6
/ 9
SCLK
Serial clock signal
7
/ 8
SL0
Cassette 1 pick-up solenoid drive signal
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ECNT board (J72) ,/ Paper size board(J603)
J72
J603
Signal name
Description
8
/ 7
SL1
Pick-up module identification signal 1
Lower cassette pick-up solenoid drive signal
9
/ 6
PCKCHK
Pick-up module identification signal 1
Upper/lower cassette selection signal
10 , 5
n1st SNS
Cassette paper detection signal
(H: No recording paper, L: Recording paper)
11 , 4
1st SIZE0
Cassette paper size detection signal
12 , 3
1st SIZE1
Cassette paper size detection signal
13 , 2
1st SIZE2
Cassette paper size detection signal
14 / 1
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
ECNT board (J73) ,/ Envelope feeder(J107)
J73
J107
Signal name
Description
1
/ 3
SCLK
Serial clock signal
2
, 2
SIN
Serial input data
3
. 1
SOUT
Serial output data
ECNT board (J73) ,/ Envelope feeder(J106)
J73
J106
Signal name
Description
4
. 4
DGND
Ground
5
, 3
nSEL2
Envelope feeder select signal
6
/ 2
+24V
Envelope feeder drive voltage
. . 1
N.C
Not connected
ECNT board (J101) ,/ Power supply unit(J203)
J101
J203
Signal name
Description
1
/ 9
+24V
Logic drive voltage
2
/ 8
+24V
Logic drive voltage
3
. 7
DGND
Ground
4
. 6
DGND
Ground
5
/ 5
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
6
/ 4
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
7
. 3
DGND
Ground
8
. 2
DGND
Ground
9
/ 1
nZEROX
Zero cross signal
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ECNT board (J101) ,/ TWINS board(J42)
J101
Signal name
Description
10 , 1
MODRST
Modem reset signal
11 , 2
CLKCTL
Clock control signal
ECNT board (J102) ,/ Recording paper overload sensor 2
J102
Sensor
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
FUL2DR
Recording paper overload sensor 2 drive signal
2
, 2
FULL2
Recording paper overload detection signal
3
. 3
DGND
Ground
ECNT board (J103) ,/ 2bin solenoid
J103 Solenoid
Signal name
Description
1
/ 2
2BINSL DR
2bin solenoid drive signal
2
/ 1
+24V
2bin solenoid drive voltage
ECNT board (J105) ,/ Recording paper overload release sensor
J72
Sensor
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
FUL3DR
Recording paper overload release sensor
drive signal
2
, 2
FULL3
Recording paper overload release
detection signal
3
. 3
DGND
Ground
TWINS
J31
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
board (J31) ,/ SCNT board (J2)
J2
Signal name
Description
, 1
VA5
Address signal
, 2
VA4
Address signal
, 3
VA3
Address signal
, 4
VA2
Address signal
, 5
VA1
Address signal
, 6
VA0
Address signal
. 7
DGND
Ground
. 8
VD7
Data signal
. 9
VD6
Data signal
. 10
VD5
Data signal
. 11
VD4
Data signal
. 12
DGND
Ground
/ 13
INTPIFI1
Interrupt signal 1
/ 14
INTPIFI2
Interrupt signal 2
, 15
VUBE
Upper bite enable
/ 16
+5V
Logic drive voltage
, 17
ALLRST
All reset signal
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J31
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19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
board (J31) ,/ SCNT board (J2)
J2
Signal name
Description
, 18
CLKCTK
Clock control signal
, 19
TC
Terminal count
, 20
DACK2
DMA acknowledge signal 2
, 21
DACK5
DMA acknowledge signal 5
/ 22
DREQ2
DMA request signal 2
/ 23
DREQ5
DMA request signal 5
/ 24
OPTION0
Option board detection signal 0
/ 25
OPTION1
Option board detection signal 1
. 26
DGND
Ground
/ 27
PPRDY
Printer power ready signal
/ 28
TOP
Top of page signal
/ 29
STS
Status signal
, 30
CBSY
Command busy signal
, 31
PRFD
Pre-Feed signal
. 32
DGND
Ground
, 33
CCLK
Controller clock signal
, 34
VDO
Printer video signal
, 35
CCRT
Condition change report signal
, 36
MODRST
MODRST
/ 37
+5V
Logic drive voltage
/ 38
OPTION2
Option board detection signal 2
/ 39
SCEN
Printer panel data receive enable signal
, 40
CSITX
Printer panel data transmission signal
/ 41
+12V
+12V
. 42
AGND
Analog ground
/ 43
+24V
+24V
/ 44
+24V
+24V
/ 45
DGND
Ground
/ 46
+5V
+5V
, 47
+5V
+5V(off while ESS)
. 48
DGND
Ground
, 49
+3.3V
+3.3V
. 50
DGND
Ground
. 51
VD15
Data signal
. 52
VD14
Data signal
. 53
VD13
Data signal
. 54
VD12
Data signal
. 55
DGND
Ground
. 56
VD11
Data signal
. 57
VD10
Data signal
. 58
VD9
Data signal
. 59
VD8
Data signal
. 60
DGND
Ground
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J31
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64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
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83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
board (J31) ,/ SCNT board (J2)
J2
Signal name
Description
. 61
VD3
Data signal
. 62
VD2
Data signal
. 63
VD1
Data signal
. 64
VD0
Data signal
/ 65
+5V
+5V
/ 66
ESSACT
ESSACT
, 67
FIORD
IO read signal
, 68
FIOWR
IO write signal
. 69
DGND
Ground
, 70
ICS7
Chip select signal 7
, 71
VTC
V terminal count
, 72
VACK1
VACK1
/ 73
VREQ1
VREQ1
, 74
ICS5
Chip select signal 5
/ 75
OPTSPK
Option board speaker signal
/ 76
BD
Beam detection siganl
/ 77
RDY
Ready signal
/ 78
SBSY
Status busy signal
/ 79
+3.3V
+3.3V(off while ESS)
, 80
PRNT
Print signal
, 81
CPRDY
Controller power ready signal
, 82
CMD
Command signal
/ 83
G4CI
G4board CI signal
. 84
DGND
Ground
/ 85
OPTION4
Option board detection signal 4
, 86
PRESS
ESS printer reset control signal
/ 87
+5V
+5V
/ 88
OPTION3
Option baord detection signal 3
/ 89
PCLK
Printer panel data transfer clock
/ 90
CSIRX
Printer panel data receive signal
/ 91
+12V
+12V
. 92
AGND
Ground
/ 93
+24V
+24V
/ 94
+24V
+24V
. 95
DGND
Ground
/ 96
+5V
+5V
, 97
+5V
+5V(off while ESS)
. 98
DGND
Ground
, 99
+3.3V
+3.3V
, 100
PWCTL
Power control signal
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TWINS board(J32) ,/ ECNT board (J51)
J32
J51
Signal name
Description
1
. 1
DGND
Ground
2
, 2
nBD
Beam detection signal
3
/ 3
nPPRDY
Printer power ready signal
4
, 4
nRDY
Ready signal
5
, 5
nTOP
Top of page signal
6
, 6
nSBSY
Status busy signal
TWINS board(J32) ,/ ECNT board (J51)
J32
J51
Signal name
Description
7
, 7
nSTS
Status signal
8
, 8
nPCLK
Printer clock signal
9
/ 9
nCBSY
Command busy signal
10 / 10
nPRINT
Print signal
11 / 11
nPRFD
Pre-feed signal
12 / 12
nCPRDY
Controller power ready signal
13 . 13
DGND
Ground
14 / 14
nCMD
Command signal
15 / 15
nCCLK
Controller clock signal
16 . 16
DGND
Ground
17 / 17
nVDO
Printer video signal
18 . 18
DGND
Ground
19 , 19
nCCRT
Condition change report signal
20 . 20
N.C.
Not connected
21 . 21
N.C.
Not connected
22 / 22
nPRESS
ESS printer reset control signal
23 , 23
+5V
Logic drive voltage
24 , 24
+5V
Logic drive voltage
25 . 25
DGND
Ground
26 . 26
DGND
Ground
TWINS board(J33) ,/ FAX-L1000 Printer kit (J2)
J33
J2
Signal name
Description
1
. c26
DGND
Ground
2
. c25
DGND
Ground
3
/ c24
+5V
Logic drive voltage
4
/ c23
+5V
Logic drive voltage
5
, c22
nPRESS
ESS printer reset control signal
6
. c21
N.C.
Not connected
7
. c20
N.C.
Not connected
8
/ c19
nCCRT
Condition change report signal
9
. c18
DGND
Ground
10 , c17
nVDO
Printer video signal
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J33
J2
Signal name
Description
11 . c16
DGND
Ground
12 , c15
nCCLK
Controller clock signal
13 , c14
nCMD
Command signal
14 . c13
DGND
Ground
15 , c12
nCPRDY
Controller power ready signal
16 , c11
nPRFD
Pre-feed signal
17 , c10
nPRINT
Print signal
18 , c9
nCBSY
Command busy signal
19 / c8
nPCLK
Printer clock signal
20 / c7
nSTS
Status signal
21 / c6
nSBSY
Status busy signal
22 / c5
nTOP
Top of page signal
23 / c4
nRDY
Ready signal
24 , c3
nPPRDY
Printer power ready signal
25 / c2
nBD
Beam detection signal
26 . c1
DGND
Ground
TWINS board(J34) ,/ FAX-L1000 Printer kit (J2)
J34
J2
Signal name
Description
1
. b10
GND
Ground
2
. b9
N.C
Not connected
3
. b8
GND
Ground
4
/ b7
PNL-RD
Panel read data signal
5
, b6
PNL-WD
Panel write data signal
6
. b5
nDENB
Not connected
7
, b4
COM/nDAT
PDL write data command/data signal
(H:cCommand L:Data)
8
, b3
SCLK
printer panel data transmission signal
9
, b2
SCEN
Printer panel data receive enable signal
10 , b1
OPTION1
Option board detection signal 1
TWINS board(J35) ,/ FAX-L1000 Printer kit (J2)
J35
J2
Signal name
Description
1
. a1
+3.3V
+3.3V
2
. a2
DGND
Ground
TWINS board(J36) ,/ Power supply unit (J202)
J36
J202
Signal name
Description
1
, 1
CXPON
ESS Power supply control signal
2
/ 2
+12V
+12V(off while ESS)
3
. 3
12GND
Ground
4
/ 4
+24V
+24V(off while ESS)
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J36
J202
Signal name
Description
5
/ 5
+24V
+24V(off while ESS)
6
. 6
24GND
Ground
7
. 7
24GND
Ground
8
/ 8
+5V
+5V
9
/ 9
+5V
+5V
10 . 10
GND
Ground
11 . 11
GND
Ground
12 / 12
+3.3V
+3.3V(off while ESS)
13 / 13
+3.3V
+3.3V(off while ESS)
14 . 14
GND
Ground
15 . 15
GND
Ground
TWINS board (J37) ,/ ISDN G4 board (J2) (FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT)
J37
J701
Signal name
Description
1
. 14
GND
Ground
2
/ 13
+5V
Logic drive voltage
3
/ 12
+5V
Logic drive voltage
4
/ 11
+5V
Logic drive voltage
5
. 10
GND
Ground
6
. 9
GND
Ground
7
/ 8
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
8
. 7
GND
Ground
9
/ 6
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
10 / 5
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
11 . 4
GND
Ground
12 . 3
GND
Ground
13 / 2
+12V
Logic drive voltage
14 . 1
GND
Ground
TWINS board (J39) ,/ ISDN G4 board (J1) (FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT)
J39
J700
Signal name
Description
A1 . A20
N.C
Not connected
A2 / A19
SPKON
Speaker on signal
A3 . A18
GND
Ground
A4 , A17
OPTION2
Option board detection signal 2
A5 , A16
OPTION1
Option board detection signal 1
A6 , A15
OPTION0
Option board detection signal 0
A7 / A14
RESET
Reset signal
A8 , A13
SELECT
Select signal
A9 , A12
PERROR
Print error signal
A10 , A11
BUSY
Busy signal
A11 / A10
nACK
ACK signal
A12 . A9
PD7
Data signal
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J39
J700
Signal name
Description
A13 . A8
PD6
Data signal
A14 . A7
PD5
Data signal
A15 . A6
PD4
Data signal
A16 . A5
PD3
Data signal
A17 . A4
PD2
Data signal
A18 . A3
PD1
Data signal
A19 . A2
PD0
Data signal
A20 / A1
nSTROBE
Strobe signal
B1 / B20
nAUTOFD
Auto feed signal
B2 , B19
nFAULT
Fault signal
B3 / B18
nINIT
Initialize signal
B4 / B17
nSELECTIN
Select in signal
B5 . B16
GND
Ground
B6 . B15
GND
Ground
B7 . B14
GND
Ground
B8 . B13
GND
Ground
B9 . B12
N.C
Not connected
B10 . B11
N.C
Not connected
B11 . B10
N.C
Not connected
B12 . B9
N.C
Not connected
B13 , B8
N.C
Not connected
B14 , B7
N.C
Not connected
B15 . B6
GND
Ground
B16 . B5
PSPOUT
Speaker signal
B17 , B4
N.C
Not connected
B18 / B3
N.C
Not connected
B19 , B2
CICNT
CICNT
B20 . B1
N.C
Not connected
TWINS board (J43) ,/ ISDN G4 board (J3) (FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT)
J43
J3
Signal name
Description
1
. 8
N.C
Not connected
2
. 7
N.C
Not connected
3
/ 6
24V
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT drive voltage
4
. 5
GND
Ground
7
/ 2
12V
Logic drive voltage
8
. 1
GND
Ground
TWINS board (J43) ,/ G4 Relay board (J1) (FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT)
J43
J1
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
5V
Logic drive voltage
6
. 2
GND
ground
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Appendix
FAX-L1000 Chapter 5: Appendix
1. INSTALLATION
Here is the procedure for installing this fax.
Contents
1.1 Setting up the Fax
• Where to set up the fax
• Space around the fax
• Power requirements
1.2 Unpacking
1.3 Removing the Shipping Material
1.4 Assembling the Fax
• Installing the toner cartridge
• Attaching trays
• Installing paper feed unit (PF-52)
• Loading paper in paper cassettes 1 and 2
• Connecting the handset (option)
• Connecting the telephone line
• Connecting an extension phone
• Using the MP tray
• Turning on the power
• Processing when trouble occurs
1.5 Checking Operations
• Copy operation
• Communication test
1.6 Moving the Fax Unit
This installation section is the same as in the USER’S GUIDE so its layout
differs from other pages.
NOTE
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1.1 Setting up the Fax
CAUTIONS SHOW YOU HOW TO AVOID CONDITIONS OR
INCORRECT OPERATIONS THAT COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO
YOUR HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE OR CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY.
This icon denotes feeding a document.
Where to Set Up the Fax
❏ Avoid direct sunlight. If you have to place the fax near a
window, install heavy curtains or blinds to protect the fax
from direct sunlight.
❏ Choose a flat, stable surface free of vibration.
❏ Avoid a location subject to extreme temperature fluctua50˚F
90.5˚F
tion. Use in a location within a temperature range of 50°F
to 90.5°F (10°C to 32.5°C).
❏ Do not set up the fax near a television, radio, or heavy
equipment like copy machines, air conditioners, computers, or large printers that can generate strong electromagnetic fields. Large equipment can generate electronic noise
that can interfere with the operation of the fax.
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❏ Choose a location that is clean and free from dust and
moisture.
❏ Do not use or store the fax outdoors.
LINE
❏ Place the fax unit near a telephone line. You must have an
RJ11-C wall jack installed. If you need assistance, contact
your authorized Canon dealer or service representative,
or your local telephone company.
❏ To avoid damage to the fax unit from overheating, do not
block the exhaust vent. Install the fax unit approximatel y
4 in. (10 cm) away from walls or other equipment.
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Space Around the Fax
To ensure proper ventilation and easy operation, set up the fax in an area
that meets the minimum requirements for clearance as illustrated below.
588 mm
467 mm
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE FAX UNIT FROM OVERHEATING,
DO NOT BLOCK THE EXHAUST VENT. INSTALL THE FAX UNIT
APPROXIMATELY 10 CM AWAY FROM WALLS OR OTHER EQUIPMENT.
PAPER FEED UNIT
(option)
508 mm
713 mm
828 mm
HANDSET (option)
501 mm
571 mm
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Power Requirements
❏ Place the fax near a standard 200 – 240 V AC power outlet.
AC2
00–2
40V
This fax unit is intended for domestic use. Do not attempt
to use it outside the country where you purchased it.
❏ Do not plug the power cord into an extension cord
connector or power strip shared with other plugs.
❏ Do not plug the fax into a power outlet shared with an air
conditioner, personal computer, electric typewriter, copier,
or other equipment that generates electrical noise.
❏ Check the plug frequently and make sure that it is firmly
plugged into the socket.
❏ Do not plug the power cord into an uninterruptable
power supply (UPS).
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1.2 Unpacking
Unpacking: Have You Got Everything?
As you unpack the fax, save the carton and packing material in case you
want to move or ship the fax unit in the future. Ask someone to help you
remove all items from the box.
LIFTING THE FAX UNIT REQUIRES TWO PEOPLE. TO REMOVE
THE FAX UNIT FROM THE CARTON BOX, FOLLOW THE GENERAL GUIDELINES AND ILLUSTRATION ON THIS CHAPTER, 1.6
Moving the Fax Unit.
1.
Remove the adhesive tapes on the top of the carton box.
2.
Take out the document feeder tray, the accessory tray with the
document output tray, documentation, the upper output tray,
power cord and telephone line, and the FX6 Toner Cartridge in its
protective bag.
DOCUMENT
OUTPUT TRAY
DOCUMENT
FEEDER TRAY
DOCUMENTATION
DESTINATION LABELS
CD-ROM (LASER CLASS® 3175MS only)
TELEPHONE LINE
POWER CORD
UPPER OUTPUT TRAY
ACCESSORY TRAY
(cardboard)
FX6 TONER
CARTRIDGE
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3.
Remove the four stoppers on the side of the box by squeezing the
center grip.
4.
Lift and remove the upper carton. Remove the four styrene foam
blocks positioned on top of the fax unit. Then lift the fax unit by
gripping the handles on the right and left sides.
FAX UNIT
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Check each item against this list as you remove it from the box.
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
1 Fax machine
1 Document feeder tray
1 Document output tray
1 Upper output tray
1 Paper Cassette 1 (letter-, legal-, A4-size, 500-sheet capacity)
1 Power cord
1 Telephone line
2 Sheets of destination labels
1 Sheet of tray labels
1 Facsimile User’s Guide
1 M label (U.K. only)
1 FX6 Toner Cartridge
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DOCUMENT
OUTPUT TRAY
UPPER OUTPUT
TRAY
FAX UNIT
(with Paper Cassette 1 installed)
FX6 TONER CARTRIDGE
DOCUMENT
FEEDER TRAY
FACSIMILE
USER’S GUIDE
DESTINATION
LABELS × 2
TELEPHONE LINE
POWER CORD
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LABELS × 1
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1.3 Removing the Shipping Material
Removing the Shipping Material
All shipping materials must be removed. Shipping materials are attached
inside the fax unit and inside the paper cassette to protect delicate parts
from vibration during shipping.
Removing the Shipping Tapes
Remove all the shipping tapes from the unit.
Removing the Packing Materials Inside the Fax Unit
1.
Gently lift the ADF cover and remove the styrene foam sheet from
inside the feeder area.
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2.
Close the ADF cover.
3.
Open the printer cover and the MP tray.
4.
Remove the tapes and packing materials.
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5.
Close the printer cover and the MP tray.
• Save all the packing materials. You may want to insert them again if
you have to transport the fax unit.
• When removing the packing materials from inside the printer area, be
careful not to touch the transfer charging roller. Otherwise, the print
quality may deteriorate.
Removing the Packing Materials from Paper Cassette 1
1.
Pull out the Paper Cassette 1 and remove it from the fax unit.
2.
Set Paper Cassette 1 down on a flat, stable surface.
3.
If tapes are attached to the paper cassette, remove them. Then
remove the white spacers under the paper guide clips by first
pressing down on the bottom metal plate with one hand and then
sliding the white spacers inwards with the other hand.
1
2
4.
Insert Paper Cassette 1 in the fax unit.
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Removing the Protective Plastic Sheet
The LCD on the operation panel is covered with a plastic sheet to protect
it during shipping. This protective material should be removed before
you use the fax unit.
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1.4 Assembling the Fax
Assembling the Fax
Follow the instructions in this section to assemble the fax and prepare it
for full operation.
Installing the Toner Cartridge
Install only a Canon FX6 Toner Cartridge in your fax machine.
INSTALLING ANY OTHER TYPE OF CARTRIDGE IN THIS FAX
UNIT COULD DAMAGE THE FAX UNIT AND VOID YOUR WARRANTY. LEAVE THE TONER CARTRIDGE IN ITS PROTECTIVE
BAG UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO INSTALL THE CARTRIDGE.
HANDLE THE TONER CARTRIDGE CAREFULLY.
1.
Open the printer cover.
2.
Remove the toner cartridge from its protective bag.
Save the protective bag. You can use it later to cover the cartridge
if you have to remove it from the fax machine.
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Save the protective bag and all other shipping material. You will need
this material later when you dispose of the cartridge after it has run out
of toner.
3.
Hold the cartridge by the ends and rock it gently five or six times
to distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge.
4.
Place the new cartridge on a stable, flat, clean surface, and snap
the tab to detach it from the cartridge.
5.
As you steady the cartridge with one hand, remove the seal by
gently pulling the plastic tab with your other hand. Use a firm,
even pull to avoid breaking the seal.
PULL STRAIGHT OUT
• Do not pull the tab upwards or downwards; the tape may break.
• If the tab breaks off from the tape, pull the tape out by pulling on the
end of the tape where the tab was originally attached.
• Wash off any toner from your hands or clothing immediately with cold
water.
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6.
To avoid pinching your fingers between the toner cartridge and
fax unit, grip the cartridge as shown below.
KEEP THE DRUM SLOT FREE
OF DUST AND OTHER
FOREIGN OBJECTS.
DO NOT TOUCH THE
PROTECTIVE SHUTTER ON
THE BOTTOM OF CARTRIDGE.
7.
Load the cartridge in the direction indicated by the arrow. Gently
slide the cartridge into the printer area until it is down inside the
fax unit and level.
8.
Shut the printer cover.
❏ The fax unit will not operate if the printer cover is not closed
completely.
CHECK PRINTER COVER
If you see the message above and the Error lamp blinks red
when the fax unit is plugged in, open the cover again and
make sure the toner cartridge is level. Then shut the printer
cover again.
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Attaching the Document Output Tray and the Upper Output Tray
1.
Attach the upper output tray to the front of the fax unit.
Slide the end of the upper output tray down into the fax unit at an
incline, lifting the end nearest you.
UPPER
OUTPUT TRAY
• Do not use the fax without first attaching the upper output tray
correctly. A paper jam may occur.
• When removing the upper output tray, lift the end nearest you slightly
and pull the tray forward.
2.
Attach the document output tray to the front of the fax unit, just
above the upper output tray.
DOCUMENT
OUTPUT TRAY
EXTENDED LIP
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Make sure the knobs on each side of the tray fit into the holes on the side of
the fax unit. Back of the tray sits on top of the extended lip of the fax unit.
Attaching the Document Feeder Tray
Slide one side in position first and then the other side.
2
1
❏ Attach the supplied tray labels as shown in the illustration below. We
also recommend attaching the tray labels onto the upper and lower
output trays according to the settings you make on the SELECT
OUTPUT TRAY menu to classify the outputs. You can use the blank
labels to meet your specific needs.
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Installing Paper Feed Unit (PF-52) (option)
1.
Take out Paper Feed Unit (PF-52) from its carton box.
2.
Remove the tape at the front of Paper Feed Unit (PF-52).
3.
Pull out the paper cassette.
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4.
If tapes are attached to the paper cassette, remove them. Then
remove the spacers under the paper guide clips by first pressing
down on the bottom metal plate with one hand and then sliding
the white spacers inwards with the other hand.
1
2
5.
Remove the tapes and packings at the rear of the paper cassette.
2
2
1
6.
If a spacer is attached, remove it from the paper cassette while
pressing the bottom plate.
1
2
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7.
Replace the cassette into Paper Feed Unit (PF-52) and place it in
the location you wish to use the fax after the cassette has been
installed.
You will need to move the fax unit if you want to use it in the same
location it now occupies.
8.
Lift up the fax unit and hold it over Paper Feed Unit (PF-52).
LIFTING THE FAX UNIT REQUIRES TWO PEOPLE. TO MOUNT
THE FAX UNIT ONTO PAPER FEED UNIT (PF-52), FOLLOW THE
GENERAL GUIDELINES AND ILLUSTRATION ON THIS CHAPTER, 1.6 Moving The Fax Unit.
ALWAYS LIFT THE FAX UNIT BY THE LIFTING HANDLES AT THE
BOTTOM, TO AVOID TRAPPING YOUR FINGERS BETWEEN THE
FAX UNIT AND PAPER FEED UNIT (PF-52).
WHENEVER YOU MOVE THE FAX, BE SURE TO LIFT THE FAX
UNIT AND PAPER FEED UNIT (PF-52) SEPARATELY. DO NOT TRY
TO LIFT THEM TOGETHER.
If the fax unit is heavy to lift, remove Paper Cassette 1 and toner cartridge before placing it on Paper Feed Unit (PF-52).
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9.
Make sure the front of the fax unit is facing the same direction as
the front of Paper Feed Unit (PF-52). Slowly lower the fax unit
onto the four positioning poles on the corners of Paper Feed Unit
(PF-52).
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Loading Paper in Paper Cassettes 1 and 2
Before you load paper, follow these general guidelines:
❏ The paper cassettes can be adjusted to hold various sizes of paper.
Paper Cassette 1 holds letter-, legal- or A4-size paper, and Paper
Cassette 2 holds letter-, legal-, A4-, executive- or B5-size paper.
You can load executive- or B5-size paper in Paper Cassette 2 only when
you use it for the printer function. When you use it as a paper supply for
fax, you can load letter-, legal- or A4-size paper only.
❏ For high-quality printings, we recommend using Canon standard 1724 lb.(64-90g/m2) weight paper.
❏ Use of print media not meeting the paper’s requirements may cause
severe paper jams or result in excessive mechanical wear of the fax.
❏ Do not use the following paper in the paper cassettes:
–
–
–
–
Moist paper
Paper that is wavy, curled or damaged
Folded, clipped or stapled paper
Paper containing materials that melt, vaporize, offset, discolor or
emit dangerous fumes at a temperature of 374°F (190°C) or higher
❏ To avoid paper curling, do not open paper packs until you are ready
to load the paper in the fax unit. Store unused paper from opened
packs in a cool, dry location.
❏ Let the paper run out before you refill the paper cassettes. Avoid
mixing new paper with paper remaining in the paper cassettes.
• Do not load different sizes of paper in the paper cassettes at the same
time.
• If a printed page comes out of the fax all curled up, you can correct the
problem by turning over the paper stack in the paper cassettes so that
the bottom sheet in the stack is now at the top.
• If the leading edge of the paper is curled, straighten it out as much as
possible before loading it into the paper cassettes.
• Do not set the paper-size guides so tight that the paper stack bends.
• Do not set the paper-size guides so loose that the paper stack is not
evenly aligned.
• Do not set the paper-size guides so loose that there is room between
the guides and the paper.
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1.
Pull out the paper cassettes from the fax unit.
2.
Check if the selectors inside the paper cassettes are set for the size
of the paper you are loading.
If the setting is correct, go on to step 3.
-if notSet the paper cassettes to fit the sizes of the paper you are loading.
To change the paper size for Paper Cassette 1
Adjust the paper size side guides in the following way:
2
STOPPER
1
SIZE SIDE
GUIDES
STOPPER
TAB
1
2
TAB
WHEN YOU SET TO A4 SIZE.
WHEN YOU SET TO LETTER OR LEGAL SIZE.
❏ To select A4 size, push the tabs jutting out from the edge of
the cassette inwards and slide the stopper downwards to lock
the guides in position.
❏ To select letter and legal size, slide the stopper up and push
the size side guides outwards.
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Lift the stopper in the center of the paper size rear guide slightly,
and slide it to the mark indicating the desired paper size.
LGL
A4
LTR
WHEN YOU SET TO LETTER SIZE.
To change the paper size for Paper Cassette 2 (option)
To adjust the paper size side guides, release them by pinching
the stopper on the left guide and slide them inwards or outwards
according to the paper size you are loading.
1
2
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Push up the stopper of the paper size rear guide, and slide it to
the mark indicating the desired paper size.
WHEN YOU SET TO A4 SIZE.
You can load executive- or B5-size paper in Paper Cassette 2 only when
you use it for the printer function. When you use it as a paper supply for
fax, you can load letter-, legal- or A4-size paper only.
Turn the dial on the right-front side of the cassette and adjust it to
the size of paper you are loading.
4
A
B5
CUST
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LG
L
• Make sure the mark on the paper size setting dial corresponds with the
size of the installed paper, otherwise a paper jam may occur.
• Do not set the paper size dial on this unit to CUSTOM. This setting is
not supported by this fax.
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3.
Before you load a stack of paper into the paper cassettes, tap the
leading edge of the paper stack on a flat surface so that the edges
are evenly aligned.
4.
Place the stack of paper in the paper cassettes with the print side
facing down. Insert the stack of paper so that it fits neatly to the
back of the paper cassettes.
When loading 500 sheets into the paper cassettes, divide the stack in two
evenly-sized stacks, then load each stack separately.
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5.
Press down on the front of the paper stack to make sure the
corners are below the paper size guide clips. Then press the stack
down again to make sure it is below the paper limit marks on the
side of the paper cassettes and the paper size guides hook at the
back of the cassettes.
PAPER LIMIT
MARKS
6.
Press the paper stack down to make sure it has a clearance of
approximately 0.04 in. (1 mm) from the hook of the paper size rear
guide.
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7.
Reinsert the cassette into the fax unit: Align the cassette with the
rails on the fax unit, then lift slightly to insert the cassette. Slide it
all the way into the fax unit.
Make sure you insert the cassette all the way into the fax unit until it
locks into place.
❏ The paper volume status bars on the paper cassettes indicate the
level of the current paper supply. When you see the paper volume
status bar drop, make sure you have a supply of paper on hand to fill
the cassettes. When you see the SUPPLY REC. PAPER message on
the LCD display, re-fill the cassettes.
PAPER VOLUME
STATUS BAR
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Connecting an Extension Phone
To connect an extension phone to the fax, you have to use the extension
phone jack.
Only one jack is provided to be used with the optional handset or an
extension phone. A separate jack is not provided for an extension phone.
Connect the extension phone cord to the extension phone jack
marked with the handset icon (
).
❏ Users in the U.K. only
When connecting an extension phone, be sure to connect the
B.T. adapter. Contact your Canon Supplier for more information.
B.T. adapter is available as an option.
B.T. ADAPTER
U.K. ONLY
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Using the MP Tray
The MP (multi-purpose) tray can hold letter-, legal- or A4-size paper. The
capacity is approximately 100 sheets of cut-sheet paper (80 g/m2). To use
the MP tray as one of the input trays, you need to set USE MP TRAY to
ON in the FAX’S PRINTER SET menu.
To use the MP tray after installation of the FAX-L1000 Printer Kit, follow
the guidelines below. Otherwise, the paper-size-matching error occurs
and the message “CHECK PAPER SIZE” appears on the display.
❏ Even when you use the MP tray for the fax function, it is necessary to
set the same paper size on the printer menus as on the fax menus.
For details about setting the paper size of the MP tray on the printer
menus, refer to “Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray” in the Printer
User’s Guide supplied with the optional FAX-L1000 Printer Kit.
❏ If you use the MP tray for the printer function and load paper of
sizes other than letter, legal or A4, it is necessary to set USE MP
TRAY to OFF on the FAX’S PRINTER SET menu.
The sizes and kinds of print media you can set on the MP tray differ
when you use it as an input tray for the printer function. For details on
the print media specifications for the printer function, refer to the “Print
Media Specifications” section in Appendix D of the Printer User’s Guide.
When not in use, the tray can fold up into the fax unit.
Loading the MP Tray
Before you load the paper, follow these general guidelines:
❏ For high-quality printings, we recommend using Canon standard 6490g/m2 weight paper.
❏ Use of print media not meeting the paper’s requirements may cause
severe paper jams or result in excessive mechanical wear of the fax.
❏ Do not use the following paper in the MP tray:
–
–
–
–
–
Moist paper
Paper that is wavy, curled or damaged
Folded, clipped or stapled paper
Paper with cut-outs or perforations (not recommended)
Paper containing materials that melt, vaporize, offset, discolor or
emit dangerous fumes at a temperature of 190°C or higher
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• Avoid pressing or applying excessive force on the MP tray as this may
cause damage.
• The paper stack must not exceed the paper limit mark.
• Do not load different sizes of paper on the MP tray at the same time.
• Do not add paper to the MP tray if paper is already loaded; incorrect
paper feed or a paper jam may occur. Only add paper when the MP
tray is empty.
• If a printed page comes out of the fax all curled up, you can correct the
problem by turning over the paper stack in the MP tray so that the
bottom sheet in the stack is now at the top.
• If the leading edge of the paper is curled, straighten it out as much as
possible before loading it into the tray.
• Do not set the paper guides so tight that the
paper stack bends.
• Do not set the paper guides so loose that the
paper stack is not evenly aligned.
• Do not set the paper guides so loose that there
is room between the guides and the paper.
• Do not place the paper into the tray at an angle.
• Do not load fanned out paper.
Make sure the edges of the paper stack are
evenly aligned when loading.
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1.
Pull the MP tray out using the handle on the panel.
2.
Pull out the extension tray using the center grip.
3.
The MP tray holds approximately 100 sheets of paper. Before you
load paper on the MP tray, tap the edges of the stack to make sure
the leading edge and sides of the stack are even.
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4.
Insert the paper stack as far as it will go into the fax unit, with the
print side facing up and the top of the paper going into the fax
unit first. Then adjust the paper guides to the size of the paper.
PAPER SENSOR
PAPER-FEED
ROLLER
• Make sure that the leading edge of the paper is inserted all the way
into the MP tray so that it is below the paper-feed roller. The paper
sensor for the MP tray is located to the left of the paper feed roller,
when viewed from the front of the fax unit. Please note the following
points when loading small-size paper in the MP tray. (If the paper is
not loaded correctly, the paper will not be detected by the fax and a
message will appear asking you to load paper in the MP tray.)
• Make sure that the paper stack is not higher than the load-limit marks
) on the paper guides.
(
LOAD-LIMIT
MARK
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• Make sure that the paper guides are set correctly. To print with the MP
tray, you also need to select the paper size in the USE MP TRAY menu.
• Make sure that the paper is loaded correctly and that the leading edge
is fully inserted into the fax unit.
• Make sure that the paper sensor is resting on top of the paper. (The
paper sensor must rest on top of the paper, not just touch the edge of
the paper.)
PAPER SENSOR
ACCEPTABLE
NOT ACCEPTABLE
• To avoid damaging the MP tray, close it when not in use. Remove and
store any remaining print media. Slide the extension tray in before
closing the MP tray.
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Turning on and off USE MP TRAY and Setting the Paper
Size in the USE MP TRAY Menu
To use the MP tray as one of the input trays, you need to set USE MP
TRAY to ON in the FAX’S PRINTER SET menu.
Also, to use the MP tray for the fax function after installation of the
optional FAX-L1000 Printer Kit, it is necessary to set the same paper size
on the printer menus as on the fax menus. For details about setting the
paper size of the MP tray on the printer menus, refer to “Printing from
the Multi-Purpose Tray” in the Printer User’s Guide supplied with the
optional FAX-L1000 Printer Kit.
Follow this procedure to turn on and off USE MP TRAY and to select the
paper size in the fax menus.
1.
Open all three of the One-touch Speed Dialing panels. Then press
Data Registration.
Data
Registration
REGISTRATION
1. DATA REGISTRATION
Set
2.
Press Set.
DATA REGISTRATION
1. USER SETTINGS
3.
Press the search buttons until you see the display below.
DATA REGISTRATION
5. FAX’S PRINTER SET
Set
4.
Press Set.
FAX’S PRINTER SET
1. USE MP TRAY
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Set
5.
Press Set.
USE MP TRAY
OFF
6.
Press the search buttons to display ON.
USE MP TRAY
ON
If you use the MP tray for the printer function and load paper of sizes
other than letter, legal or A4, it is necessary to set USE MP TRAY to OFF
on the FAX’S PRINTER SET menu.
Set
7.
Press Set.
SET MP TRAY SIZE
LTR
8.
Press the search buttons to select the paper size you are loading
onto the MP tray.
SET MP TRAY SIZE
A4
Set
9.
Press Set.
FAX’S PRINTER SET
2. # OF RX COPIES
Stop
10. Press Stop to return to standby.
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Turning on the Power
1.
Connect the power cord to the power socket on the rear of the fax
unit.
2.
Connect the other end of the power cord to the power source.
THE FAX MUST BE CONNECTED TO A PROPERLY GROUNDED,
THREE-PRONG 200 – 240 V AC OUTLET.
After you connect the power cord to the power source, the fax
LCD display will light. There is no power switch on the fax unit.
200 – 240 V AC
POWER OUTLET
It will take a few seconds for the unit to warm up.
PLEASE WAIT
The unit has warmed up and is ready to use when you see the
date and time display.
22/09 2000 FRI 12:20
When the date is displayed on the LCD, the fax is in the standby
mode and ready for normal operation. If the Error lamp starts
blinking red, wait for one of the following messages to appear.
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INSTALL CARTRIDGE
You have not yet installed the toner
cartridge. Install the FX6 toner cartridge.
REPLACE CARTRIDGE The toner cartridge has run out of
toner. Replace the toner cartridge.
CHECK PRINTER COVER The printer cover is not closed completely. If it does not close easily, do
not force it. Remove the toner cartridge, and insert it again. Make sure it
is sitting level inside the fax machine
then close the printer cover again.
SUPPLY REC. PAPER
At least one of the paper cassettes is
empty or not seated correctly inside
the fax machine. Remove each cassette. Make sure the stacks of paper
are below the tabs and insert the
paper cassettes in again. Push the
paper cassettes all the way in until
they lock in place.
❏ When ENERGY SAVER is ON, the fax switches to the energy
saver mode in a specified length of time. The Energy Saver
indicator lights red and ENERGY SAVER appears in the LCD
display.
ENERGY SAVER
Energy
Saver
To restore to the standby mode, press the Energy Saver button.
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Processing When Trouble Occurs
Very rarely, during use the display may go out, all the keys stop working, or some other trouble
occur because of intense noise or a strong shock. If such trouble occurs, perform an All Clear
operation. During installation, we recommend that you perform an All Clear operation.
Below is the procedure for performing an All Clear operation.
When perform an All Clear operation, all the registered data is erased and all the
service data is initialized.
Data Registration
DATA
REGISTRATION #
SET
Set
#8 CLEAR
CLEAR OK
Display #8 CLEAR bySERVICE
MODEMODE
SERVICE
# pressing Xor3 button
#8 CLEAR
#8 CLEAR
Display ALL
#8 by
CLEAR
X1
pressing
or button
ALL
#8 CLEARSET
Set
ALL
PLEASE WAIT
Figure 5-1 All Clear
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1.5 Checking Operations
Copy operation
Check that normal images are printed.
Set the
document
DOCUMENT READY
MEMORY IN USE
X%
Copy
COPY
XXXXXXXXXXX
COPY
01
Start/Scan
START
Copy operation
Figure 5-2 Copy Operation
Communication Test
Transmit to, and receive from other faxes, and check that images are sent normally for
transmission, and are printed normally for reception.
Here is a procedure for a general communication test.
(1) Pickup the handset or press the HOOK button, and check that you can hear the dial
tone. If you cannot, check the line connections.
(2) Dial the other fax and check that the line is connected. If you cannot connect with the
other fax, check the line settings (tone/pulse).
(3) Transmit and receive a document and check the operation and the image.
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1.6 Moving the Fax Unit
Moving the Fax Unit
The fax unit is heavy. Be sure to follow these general guidelines when
lifting the fax to move it or to install the optional Paper Feed Unit (PF52), etc.
❏ Moving the fax unit requires two people.
❏ When you lift the fax, hold it by the handles on the right
and left sides. Never try to lift the fax by gripping paper
cassettes by the front and back sides.
❏ Grip firmly the handles by the parts close to the back of
the fax unit as shown in the figure below, because the fax
unit is heavier at the back.
❏ When you lift the fax, be sure not to tilt it forward because
the paper cassette may slide out of the fax unit.
❏ Be sure to remove Paper Feed Unit (PF-52), if installed,
before moving the fax and lift them separately.
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2. SERVICE TOOLS
2.1 Printer Driver Tester
2.1.1 Outline
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Printer driver tester is a special tool that operates the printer to check printer operations. It is
also used with the thickness gauge to adjust installation position of the envelope multiple feed
sensor of the envelope feeder. Its four main functions are as follow.
a) Operates the printer to print all-black, vertical lines, horizontal lines, or all-white
images.
b) Monitors the state of the sensors in the printer and operates the printer.
c) Displays error status sent from the engine controller (ECNT board) to the video
controller with the LEDs on the tester when a malfunction occurs in the printer.
d) Adjusts installation position of the envelope multiple feed sensor with a special tool,
thickness gauge. (See this Chapter 3.4.6 Installation Position Adjustment of
Envelope Multiple Feed Sensor)
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2.1.2 Explanation of LEDs and Switches
LED16 LED15 LED14 LED13 LED12 LED11 LED10 LED9
2
Cassette
1
Q2
J1
SW14 SW13 SW12
Cassette
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Figure 5-4 LEDs and Switches
LED1 to LED16
Monitors the state of the sensors and various status sent from the printer with the 16 LEDs.
LED17 (Communication)
Lights up when communicating with the printer.
LED18 (Sensor Test)
Used to adjust position of the envelope multiple feed sensor.
SW1 and SW2 (Operation Mode Select)
Set operation mode.
SW3 to SW9
Set various data sent to the printer.
SW10 (Laser ON)
Emits laser from the laser diode.
SW11 (Enter)
Enters the data set by SW3 to SW9.
SW12 to SW14 (Display Select)
Set display mode.
SW15 (Reset)
Resets the printer driver tester.
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2.1.3. Operation
a) Connecting to the printer
Before handling the printer driver tester, make sure to touch metallic parts of
the printer to discharge electrical static as it may cause malfunctions or
failures in the printer and the tester.
NOTE
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(1) Disconnect the power cord.
(2) Connect the connector 1 of the tester to the envelope feeder connector in the printer. The
seal on the connector 1 should be facing up when connected to the envelope feeder
connector. Connect it to the duplexing unit connector on the back to check the envelope
feeder operation. The seal on the connector 1 should be facing right (the left cover side)
when connected to the duplexing unit connector.
(3) Connect the power cord and operate the tester when the printer enters the standby mode.
NOTE
Note that the connector of the tester fits into the connector on the wrong side.
If the LEDs on the tester do not light up when conducting the step 2.1.3,
reconnect the connector the other way around.
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b) Setting the printer operations
Table 5-1 shows printer operations that can be set by combinations of switches on the
printer driver tester.
Set the operation mode with SW1 and SW2 and various data with SW3 to SW9 according
to the table 5-1. Contents set by SW3 to SW9 are sent to the printer by turning ON SW11,
and the printer executes the set operations. Once SW11 has been turned ON, the set
contents remain until canceled. If multiple settings are to be made, set them one by one
turning ON SW11 each time.
To cancel the setting, set the corresponding switch back to “0” and then turn ON SW11 or
disconnect the power cord.
For instance, a test print is executed when turning ON SW11 with SW1 and SW2 set to “0”
and SW4 to “1”. The test print is continued until the setting is canceled by turning ON
SW11 with SW4 set to “0”.
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Table 5-1 Printer Operation Setting
Operation selection
Test print selection
Density selection
SW1
0
1
0
SW2
0
0
1
SW5 SW4 SW3 Paper pick-up source SW6 SW5 SW4 SW3 Density
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
SW7
Ready inhibit (Note)
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
Multi-purpose tray
0
1
1
Paper feeder
1
0
0
Envelope feeder
1
0
1
Cassette
1
1
0
Cassette
1
1
1
Cassette
Cassette
—
Test print
Scanner motor ON
Switch resolution
600dpi: "0"
1200dpi: "1"
—
SW8
—
SW9
—
SW7
SW6
Test pattern
0
0
Vertical lines
0
1
Horizontal lines
1
0
All-white
1
1
All-black
Duplex test print
—
0
0
0
0
Normal
mode
0
0
0
1
F1
1
0
0
0
F5
1
1
1
1
F9
Change density directly
with the above 4 bit data.
—
—
—
To set the printer to enter ready inhibit mode at power-ON, set the mode using
the switches and then turn ON the printer while holding SW11 to “1”.
NOTE
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c) Monitoring the printer condition
Select items to monitor from the table 5-2 and 5-3. Make settings with SW12 to SW14 and
monitor the printer condition with LED1 to LED16.
Table 5-2 Printer Condition (1)
Sensor/switch information
(Printer)
Sensor/switch information
(Option)
Jam display
SW12
0
1
0
SW13
0
0
1
SW14
0
0
0
LED1
Pre-feed sensor
Paper present
Paper feeder connected
LED2
Top of page sensor
Paper present
Paper size detection switch (Lower)
Pick-up stationary jam
ON
LED3
Fixing unit paper delivery sensor 1
Paper present
Paper size detection switch (Middle)
Delivery delay jam
ON
LED4
Fixing unit paper delivery sensor 2
Paper present
Paper size detection switch (Upper)
Delivery stationary jam
ON
LED5
Face-down tray paper full sensor
Paper present
Paper feeder
Paper present
Revere delay jam
LED6
Door open detection switch
ON
Envelope feeder connected
Revere stationary jam
LED7
Test print switch
ON
Envelope feeder
Envelope present
Duplexing unit
pick-up delay jam
LED8
Multi-purpose tray paper sensor
Paper present
LED9
Paper size detection switch (Lower)
Duplexing unit connected
ON
—
LED10
Paper size detection switch (Middle) Reversed paper sensor
Paper present
ON
—
LED11
Paper size detection switch (Upper) Duplexing unit pick-up sensor
Paper present
ON
—
LED12
Cassette
Paper present
Face-up sensor
—
—
Pick-up delay jam
—
LED13
—
—
—
LED14
—
—
—
LED15
—
—
—
LED16
—
—
—
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Table 5-3 Printer Condition (2)
SW12
SW13
SW14
Status information 1
1
1
0
Status information 2
0
0
1
Analog data
0
1
1
LED1
No paper in the specified
pick-up source
Scanner failure
A/D data of VR501 (Note 7)
bit 0 (LSB)
LED2
No toner cartridge
Main motor failure
A/D data of VR501
bit 1
LED3
Test print
Fan motor failure
A/D data of VR501
bit 2
LED4
Door open
Duplex fan motor failure
A/D data of VR501
bit 3
LED5
Paper jam
Fixing unit failure
(Warm-up error)
A/D data of VR501
bit 4
LED6
Sleep
Fixing unit failure
(Abnormally low temperature)
A/D data of VR501
bit 5
LED7
Wait
Fixing unit failure
(Abnormally high temperature)
A/D data of VR501
bit 6
Fixing unit failure
(Detection circuit failure)
A/D data of VR501
bit 7 (MSB)
LED8
—
LED9
No toner warning
—
—
LED10
Face-down tray paper
full warning
—
—
LED11
BD error
Pick-up unit illegal operation
(Note 1)
—
LED12
Paper size mismatch
Delivery unit illegal operation
(Note 2)
—
LED13
Paper feed failure
Cassette illegal operation
(Note 3)
—
LED14
—
Duplexing unit illegal connection
(Note 4)
—
LED15
—
Paper feeder illegal connection
(Note 5)
—
Envelope feeder illegal connection
(Note 6)
—
LED16
NOTE
Multiple envelopes fed
from envelope feeder
1. The specified pick-up source was eliminated from the pick-up unit
configuration.
2. Any of the following four has taken a place.
• The specified delivery unit was eliminated from the delivery unit
configuration.
• Face-up tray was opened when the duplex delivery has been selected.
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• Two sheets of paper are fed to the duplexing unit when the duplex delivery
has been selected.
• The duplexing unit was eliminated from the delivery unit configuration
when the option delivery slot has been selected.
3. The cassette is not set in the printer when the paper feeder is selected as the
paper pick-up source.
4. The duplexing unit is not connected correctly.
5. The paper feeder is not connected correctly.
6. The envelope feeder is not connected correctly.
7. Monitored value set by VR501 on the engine controller. The value is
expressed by 8 bit data (256 steps).
The value of the data becomes +40 (-40) when the start position of the laser
is moved backward (forward) by 1 mm via VR501.
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3. OPTION
3.1 Option Memory VII (4M-BYTE)
3.1.1 Safety and precautions
Damage due to electrostatic discharge
Electrostatic charge in the human body is the cause of damage to electronic parts as well as
changes in their characteristics. When attaching / removing memory boards, be sure to take
measures against electrostatic discharge by using a wrist strap, etc. If memory boards are
handled when an electrostatic charge is present, the electronic parts will be damaged.
Countermeasures for Electrostatic Discharge
For details regarding countermeasures for electrostatic discharge, please refer
REFERENCE to Chapter 1, 2.3.1 Damage due to electrostatic discharge.
3.1.2 Service operations
a) External view
4M-Byte
Figure 5-6 External View
NOTE
Memory board extension can be done in combinations of 1 or 2 memory
boards, resulting in 4M (4M x 1 board) and 8M (4M x 2 boards) of memory.
Prepare needed memory boards according to the amount of memory to be
extended.
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b) Installation
b-1) Unpacking
Check that the box contains the memory board.
b-2) Preparation
Perform the operations below before attaching the memory boards.
(1) Output all image data if there is any remaining in image memory.
When attaching memory boards, it is necessary to disable memory backup,
so the complete contents of image memory will be cleared.
Output all image data if there is any remaining in image memory.
(2) Disconnect the power cord of the fax unit at the power source.
(3) Disconnect the modular jack cord (telephone line) from the fax.
(4) Remove the one screw and remove the right cover.
Right cover
Figure 5-7 Preparations for Installation 1
(5) Remove the six screws and remove the shield cover.
Shield cover
Figure 5-8 Preparations for Installation 2
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b-3) Attaching memory boards
(1) To disable memory backup, remove the jumper plug on the SCNT board jumper
switch (JP1).
When the jumper plug is attached to the SCNT board jumper switch (JP1)
even when the power is turned off, the voltage of the Vanadium-Lithium
secondary battery is still being output to the memory extension connector
(J1). If a memory board is loaded in this condition, the memory IC will
suffer damage, so be sure to remove the jumper plug.
Jumper plug (JP1)
JP2
Figure 5-9 DRAM Boards Installation (1)
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(2) To install the first DRAM board, follow the steps q and w shown below.
To install the second DRAM board, follow the steps e and r shown below.
First DRAM board
Second DRAM board
2
4
1
3
SCNT board
Figure 5-10 DRAM Boards Installation (2)
Insert the DRAM board into the socket in the direction indicated by arrow
q or e, then push it in the direction indicated by arrow w or r until it is
fixed in place.
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Install jumper plug JP1 on the SCNT board.
Fasten the shield cover in place with the four screws.
Fasten the right cover in place with the one screw.
Connect the modular jack cord (telephone line) to the fax.
Plug in the fax.
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b-4) Check after DRAM boards installation
After installing the DRAM boards, carry out the following procedure to ensure that the
DRAM boards are properly identified by the fax.
(1) Referring to the flow chart, enter test mode D-RAM test [1].
#
Data Registration
SERVICE MODE
SERVICE MODE
#1 SSSW
TEST MODE [1]-[9],[#]
Set
CFYA: (ROM Ver)
TEST MODE
1: D-RAM
[1] --- [2]
11648K
Display TEST MODE by
pressing
or button
1: D-RAM
✱✱✱✱
1
1
11648K
Figure 5-11 Flowchart of D-RAM test 1
(2) When D-RAM test [1] is entered, check the D-RAM write-in and read-out. Confirm
that the display shows the extended memory capacity value, and that the check
completes with “no error”.
Indicates memory capacity
(4MB option memory: 7552 Kbytes)
(8MB option memory: 11648 Kbytes)
1:D-RAM
11648K
1:D-RAM
complete
11648K
(no error)
Figure 5-12 D-RAM Board Installation Check
(3) After confirming this, push the Stop button, then push the Clear button, which will
put the machine into a standby condition.
(4) If the process does not complete normally, return to b-3) Attaching memory
boards, re-attach the memory board, and then re-check with the D-RAM test.
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b-5) Removing the memory board
When removing the memory board, perform the steps in b-3) Attaching memory boards
in reverse order. Be sure to remove the memory board only after turning the power off and
removing the jumper plug on SCNT board jumper switch (JP1).
If the memory board is removed with the jumper plug attached to the SCNT
board jumper switch, the memory board will suffer damage.
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3.1.3 Technical information
a) Configuration and construction
1. Product name
OPTION MEMORY VII (4MB)
2. External view
4Mbyte
Figure 5-13 DRAM Board (4MB)
b) Specifications
Type of memory
Capacity
DRAM
2Mbyte × 2
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3.1.4 Maintenance and service
a) Troubleshooting
The fax does not recognize the DRAM boards even when the test mode DRAM test is executed.
Solutions: (1) Check that the DRAM boards are securely connected.
(2) Replace the DRAM board.
(3) Replace the SCNT board.
b) Signal description
SCNT board (J1) ,/ Memory board
J1
Memory Signal name
A1 . 1
DGND
A2 . 2
VD0
A3 . 3
VD1
A4 . 4
VD2
A5 . 5
VD3
A6 . 6
VD4
A7 . 7
VD5
A8 . 8
VD6
A9 . 9
VD7
A10 / 10
+VB
A11 . 11
N.C
A12 . 12
AX0
A13 . 13
AX1
A14 . 14
AX2
A15 . 15
AX3
A16 . 16
AX4
A17 . 17
AX5
A18 . 18
AX6
A19 . 19
AX10
A20 . 20
N.C
A21 / 21
VD8
A22 . 22
VD9
A23 . 23
VD10
A24 . 24
VD11
A25 . 25
VD12
A26 . 26
VD13
A27 . 27
VD14
A28 . 28
AX7
A29 . 29
N.C
A30 / 30
+VB
A31 . 31
AX8
A32 . 32
AX9
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Description
Ground
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Logic drive voltage
Not connected
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Address/data signal
Not connected
Logic drive voltage
Address/data signal
Address/data signal
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SCNT board (J1) ,/ Memory board
J1
Memory Signal name
A33 . 33
N.C
A34 . 34
N.C
A35 . 35
VD15
A36 . 36
N.C
A37 . 37
VD0
A38 . 38
VD1
A39 . 39
DGND
A40 / 40
nCASL
A41 / 41
nCASL
A42 / 42
nCASH
A43 / 43
nCASH
A44 / 44
nRAS2
A45 . 45
N.C
A46 . 46
N.C
A47 / 47
nFWE
A48 . 48
N.C
A49 . 49
VD2
A50 . 50
VD3
A51 . 51
VD4
A52 . 52
VD5
A53 . 53
VD6
A54 . 54
VD7
A55 . 55
N.C
A56 . 56
VD8
A57 . 57
VD9
A58 . 58
VD10
A59 . 59
VD12
A60 . 60
VD11
A61 / 61
+VB
A62 . 62
VD13
A63 . 63
VD14
A64 . 64
VD15
A65 . 65
N.C
A66 . 66
N.C
A67 . 67
N.C
A68 . 68
N.C
A69 . 69
N.C
A70 . 70
N.C
A71 . 71
N.C
A72 . 72
DGND
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Description
Not connected
Not connected
Data signal
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Ground
Column address/low-order byte access
Column address/low-order byte access
Column address/high-order byte access
Column address/high-order byte access
Row address strobe signal No.2
Not connected
Not connected
XWE signal to DRAM
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Not connected
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Logic drive voltage
Data signal
Data signal
Data signal
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Ground
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NOTE
The J1 connector on the SCNT board has two rows A and B and has a total of
144 pins. Since rows A and B have similar pin layout , only different pins are
shown below:
B34 :nRAS2
B44 :nRAS1
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3.2 Verification Stamp Unit
3.2.1 Service operations
a) External View
Figure 5-14 External View
b) Installation
b-1) Unpacking
Check that the box contains the stamp unit and one screw.
b-2) Attachment to the main unit
(1) Disconnect the power cord of the fax unit at the power source.
(2) While holding the upper reader frame and the middle reader frame open with one
hand, use one finger of your other hand to gently push in the stopper to separate it
from the stub on the fax machine, and open the upper reader frame and the middle
reader frame.
Figure 5-15 Attachment to the Main Unit 1
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(3) Remove the three screws, and remove the lower reader cover.
Lower reader cover
Figure 5-16 Attachment to the Main Unit 2
(4) Connect the stamp unit connector cable to the main unit, and fasten the stamp unit
with the one screw as shown below.
Screw
Stamp unit
Figure 5-17 Attachment to the Main Unit 3
As shown in the Figure, angle the boss slightly, insert the screw, and fix the
stamp unit into place.
NOTE
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(5) Remove the cap from the stamp unit.
Cap
Figure 5-18 Attachment to the Main Unit 4
(6) Fasten the lower reader cover in place with the three screws.
(7) Place the end of the stopper over the end of the stub so it locks in place, and close the
upper reader frame.
Figure 5-19 Attachment to the Main Unit 5
(8) Connect the power cord of the fax unit at the power source.
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(9) In the service mode, set #1SSSW SW06 Bit3 to 1.
Data Registration
Set
SERVICE MODE
#1 SSSW
#
Display SW06 by
pressing
or button
#1 SSSW
DATA ENTRY OK
#1 SSSW
10011000
SW06
Stop
Set
Standby
Figure 5-20 Flowchart of Changing SSSW
b-3) Operation check
After setting 8. TX STAMP of USER DATA TX SETTINGS to “ON”, or after pressing the
Stamp button on the operation panel and turning the stamp function “ON” using the search
button, fax a document to verify that a stamp is put at the bottom of the document
scanning surface during scanning.
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3.2.2 Maintenance and service
a) Signal description
STAMP unit ,/ SCNT board (J8)
Stamp
J8
Signal name
1
, 1
STAMP+24V
2
, 2
STAMPGND
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Description
STAMP+24V
STAMP ground
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3.3 Paper Feed Unit PF-52
3.3.1 Safety and precautions
a) Personal precautions
During servicing, if you have to operate the sensor arm, be careful to keep hair, clothes,
accessories, etc. from becoming wrapped up in moving and rotating parts.
• The cassette pickup roller, cassette separation roller, and cassette feed roller are rotated
by the main motor.
• The cassette pickup solenoid controls the cassette pickup roller.
Cassette pickup roller
Cassette separation roller
Cassette feed roller
Cassette pickup solenoid
Figure 5-21 Moving and Rotating Parts
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3.3.2 Service operations
a) External Views
Figure 5-22 External View
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b) Installation
b-1) Unpacking
Please refer to item Installing Paper Feed Unit (PF-52) in this Chapter, 1.4
Assembling the Fax, for installation.
REFERENCE
b-2) Attachment to the main unit
Please refer to item Installing Paper Feed Unit (PF-52) in this Chapter, 1.6
Moving the Fax Unit, for installation.
REFERENCE
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b-3) Cassette installation
(1) When you plug the power cord into a socket, “SUPPLY REC. PAPER” is displayed
and the Alarm lamp blinks. Check that the cassette pickup roller is at its initial
position.
NOTE
After connecting the paper feed unit PF-52 and install the toner
cartridge, when you plug the power cord, the main unit automatically
detects that the feed unit is connected and the cassette pickup roller is
set to its initial position. This initial position is as shown in below.
After connecting the feed unit, if you load the cassette when the
cassette pickup roller is not in its initial position, then the cassette will
strike the roller and may break it. Always check that the roller is in its
initial position before loading the cassette.
Cassette pickup roller
Cassette pickup roller
Figure 5-23 Pickup Roller Initial Position
b-4) Operation Check
Empty all the recording paper other than that in the cassette 2, make a copy, and check
that the recording paper is picked up correctly.
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3.3.3 Technical information
a) Configuration and construction
Remarks
With cassette
15.35"(390mm)
External structure
Item
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions
15.35" (W) × 19.41" (D) × 4.96" (H)
(390 × 493 × 126 mm)
Weight
approx. 15.4 lbs (7 kg)
4.96"(126mm)
19.41"(493mm)
Figure 5-24 External View
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b) Specifications
Recording paper dimensions
Letter
8.50"(W) × 10.98"(L) (216 × 279 mm)
Legal
8.50"(W) × 14.00"(L) (216 × 356 mm)
A4
8.27"(W) × 11.69"(L) (210 × 297 mm)
B5-JIS
7.17"(W) × 10.12"(L) (182 × 257 mm)
Executive
7.25"(W) × 10.50"(L) (184 × 267 mm)
Weight
64~90 g/m2
Recording paper cassette capacity
500 sheets (max.), or 2.20" (56mm) in height; of weight 80g/m2 paper.
Recommended recording paper
Canon Copier LTR/LGL Premium Paper
Weight
75 g/m2
Paper size
Letter, Legal
Manufactured by
BOISE CASCADE
KANGAS
Weight
Paper size
Manufactured by
80 g/m2
A4
KANGAS
NEUSIEDLER Canon Paper
Weight
80 g/m2
Paper size
A4
Manufactured by
NEUSIEDLER
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3.3.4 Operations
a) Functions
a-1) Recording paper pickup function
The paper feeder is driven by the main motor of the fax via the gear.
When the nPRNT signal is sent to the ECNT board from the SCNT board, the main motor
of the printer starts rotation. When the main motor reaches its prescribed speed, the paper
feeder driver PCB receives the pick-up command from the ECNT board, and the paper
feeder pick-up solenoid is turned ON. As a result, the pick-up roller, feed roller, and
separation roller are driven by the main motor rotation.
a-2) No recording paper detection function
The cassette recording paper sensor in the option feeder detects whether or not there is
recording paper in the cassette.
a-3) Recording paper size and no cassette detection function
The paper size in the cassette and whether the cassette is installed are detected by the three
switches (SW800, 801, 802) on the paper size detection board 2.
b) Structures
See the description of the Chapter 3, 2.4 Paper Load Section, b) Structures.
Paper path
Cassette feed
roller
PAPER FEED UNIT PF-52
Cassette separation
roller
Lifting plate
Cassette
pickup roller
Spring
Figure 5-25 Cross-Sectional Diagram
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c) Arrangement of switches
Paper size
SW801
SW802
SW803
No cassette
LEGAL
Executive
LETTER
Other
Custom
B5
A4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
(Available for printer function.)
(Available for printer function.)
(Available for printer function.)
(Available for printer function.)
SW801
SW802
SW803
Figure 5-26 Arrangement of Switches
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d) Electrical circuit section
The operation sequences of the paper feeder are controlled by the paper feeder driver. A 4bit microprocessor is used in the paper feeder driver, which controls the sequences of the
paper feeder and the serial communication with the engine controller (ECNT board) of this
fax.
The engine controller outputs the pick-up command to the paper feeder driver at the
necessary timing. The paper feeder driver drives the solenoid in response to the command.
The paper feeder driver also sends back the status of the paper feeder to the engine
controller.
This fax supplies +24VDC to the paper feeder. The paper feeder driver generates +3.3V for
the ICs based on this +24V.
The flow of input/output signals to/from the paper feeder driver PCB is as shown below.
Paper feeder driver PCB
+24VA
To ECNT board
via PAPER SIZE
board
To ECNT board
via PAPER SIZE
board
J811-3
-2
-1
J801-1
-2
-3
J812-3
-2
-1
J801-4
-5
-6
/SEL1
Accepts the command when "L."
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
Command input
Status output
Serial clock
+24VA
PS801
Paper sensor
J813-3
-1
-2
J803-1
-3
-2
OPT SNS
"L" when the sensor detects paper.
+24VA
Pick-up solenoid SL801
J802-1
-2
OPT SOL
SW801
Paper size detection switches
SW802
SW803
Starts paper pick-up when "L."
Size of the paper in the cassette is
detected by the combinations of these
switches.
Figure 5-27 Electrical Circuit Section
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3.3.5 Maintenance and service
a) Troubleshooting
The fax main unit does not detect that the PAPER FEED UNIT PF-52 is mounted.
Solutions: (1) Check the connection between the main unit and the paper size
detection board 2.
(2) Check the connection between J811, J812 on the paper feeder
connector and J801 on the paper size detection board 2.
(3) Check the connection between J104, J105 on the paper feeder
connector and J601 on the paper size detection board 1.
(4) Check the connection between J72 on the ECNT board and J603 on the
paper size detection board 1.
(5) Replace the paper size detection board 2.
(6) Replace the paper size detection board 1.
(7) Replace the ECNT board.
Recording paper is not picked up.
Solutions: (1) Check the connection between the main unit and the paper size
detection board 1.
(2) Check the connection between J811, J812 on the paper feeder
connector and J801 on the paper size detection board 2.
(3) Check the connection between J104, J105 on the paper feeder
connector and J601 on the paper size detection board 1.
(4) Clean the rollers (cassette pick-up roller, cassette separation roller and
feed roller) if dirty.
(5) Replace it if worn or deformed. The cassette separation roller and the
cassette feed roller are to be replaced together.
(6) Replace the cassette craw if deformed.
(7) Check the gears of the main unit and the feed unit, and replace any
damaged gears.
(8) Check the connection between the pick-up solenoid and J802 on paper
size detection board 2.
(9) Replace the pick-up solenoid if the resistance between J802-1 and
J802-2 is not approx. 110 ohm.
(10) Replace the paper size detection board 2.
(11) Replace the paper size detection board 1.
(12) Replace the ECNT board.
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b) Signal description
Paper size detection board 2 (J801) ,/ Paper size detection board 1 (J601)
J801
J601
Signal name
Description
1
/ 6
+24V
Paper feeder unit drive voltage
2
, 5
nSEL1
Paper feed select signal
3
. 4
GND
Ground
4
, 3
SOUT
Serial output data
5
/ 2
SIN
Serial input data
6
, 1
SCLK
Serial clock signal
Paper size detection board 2 (J802) ,/ Cassette pick-up solenoid
J802
Solenoid Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
+24V
Cassette pick-up solenoid drive voltage
2
/ 2
OPT SPL
Cassette pick-up solenoid drive signal
Paper size detection board 2 (J803) ,/ Cassette recording paper sensor
J803
Sensor Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
OPT DR
Cassette recording paper sensor drive
voltage
2
. 3
GND
Ground
3
, 3
OPT SNS
Cassette recording paper sensor detection
signal
(H: No recording paper, L: Recording
paper)
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3.3.6 Recording Paper Size Priority
a) Cassette selection switches
Here are the two cassette selection switch items.
Switch A: divided recording
Enables/disables recording of received images onto recording paper with a length shorter
than the received/copied length.
Switch B: margin recording
Enables/disables recording with margins of received images onto recording paper with a
length longer than the received/copied length.
NOTE
When the print image can be printed on multiple recording paper sizes, the
smallest recording cassette takes priority.
When printing divided across multiple pages, the recording paper size is
selected giving priority to the size that will require the fewest pages.
The second and subsequent pages for divided printing use the same size
recording paper as the first page. If enough recording paper of that size is
not available, memory reception is used.
Recording paper is selected for received/copied images with the following
procedure.
1) When set to Automatic Reduction with the user data:
The minimum size that can record the print image without data loss
from the actual size to the maximum reduction
When set to No Automatic Reduction with the user data:
The minimum size that can record the print image in the data loss
range at the actual size
2) The minimum size that can record the print image without data loss
at the actual size
For details on the reduction function, see the FACSIMILE BASIC•INTER
SUPPLEMENT 2 (Rev. 0) (supplied separately) .
REFERENCE
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b) Reading the recording paper size table
When the recording paper size is determined with reduction, the combination of user data
cassette selection switches A and B determine the priority order for the recording paper
actually printed and the contents of printing. Below are examples of how to read the
recording paper size table that shows this data.
Reception image size: A4
r
Cassette switches
A
B
OFF
OFF
A4/Letter
1) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(A4)
q
w
Letter/Legal
1) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(Legal)
e
Figure 5-28 Reading the Recording Paper Size Table
q Priority order
The printed recording paper priority is determined by the contents of user data and service
data settings.
The recording paper indicated by 2) is selected when there is none of the recording paper
indicated by 1). When the recording paper indicated in the print recording paper column all
runs out, the reception images are received into memory.
w Print recording paper size
Indicates the size of the recording paper on which the reception images are printed.
e Contents of printing
Memory reception:
Compulsory memory reception
Automatic reduction:
The optimum reduction ratio (70~100%) is obtained from the
length of the received image and the received image is reduced to
that reduction ratio.
Actual size:
Printed out in actual size.
r Recording paper cassette size
Indicates the size of the recording paper loaded in the side cassette and the front cassette.
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c) Printed recording paper table
Reception image size: A4
Cassette switches
A
B
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
A4/Letter
1) Actual size
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Actual size
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Actual size
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Actual size
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
Letter/Legal
1) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(Legal)
1) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
2) Actual size
(Legal)
1) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(Legal)
1) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
2) Actual size
(Legal)
Reception image size: Letter
Cassette switches
A
B
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
A4/Letter
1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(A4)
1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Actual size
(A4)
1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(A4)
1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Actual size
(A4)
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1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(Legal)
1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Actual size
(Legal)
1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Memory reception
(Legal)
1) Actual size
(Letter)
2) Actual size
(Legal)
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Reception image size: Legal
Cassette switches
A
B
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
A4/Letter
1) Automatic reduction
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Automatic reduction
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Automatic reduction
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Automatic reduction
(A4)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
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1) Actual size
(Legal)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Actual size
(Legal)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Actual size
(Legal)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
1) Actual size
(Legal)
2) Automatic reduction
(Letter)
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3.4 Envelope Feeder EF-52
3.4.1 Service operations
a) External Views
Envelope guide
Weight
Extension tray
Figure 5-29 External View
b) Installtion
b-1) Unpacking
Check that the box contains the envelope feeder.
b-2) Attachment to main unit
(1) Open the envelope feeder packaging.
(2) Take off the plastic bag and peel the tape off. Confirm that none of the covers were
scratched or deformed during shipment.
(3) Remove the packing materials from the envelope feeder.
(4) Open the multi-purpose tray of the fax, remove the envelope entrance cover, and
open the envelope feeder gear cover.
(5) Holding the envelope feeder with both hands, install it into the fax.
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3.4.2 Technical information
a) Configrution and construction
12.91"(328mm)
External structure
Item
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions
12.91" (W) × 13.94" (D) × 4.45" (H)
(328 × 354 × 113 mm)
Weight
approx.4.85 lbs (2.2 kg)
4.45"(113mm)
13.94"(354mm)
Figure 5-30 External View
b) Specifications
Envelope types
Monarch,COM-10,DL,B5,C5, recommended envelopes
Envelope size
3.54"(W) × 5.83"(L) (min.) ~ 7.01"(W) × 10.00"(L) (max.)
(90 × 148 mm ~ 178 × 254 mm)
Envelope feeder capacity
Max. 75 envelopes, or stacked to a heignt of 2.17"(55mm) Max.
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3.4.3 Operation
a) Function
a-1) Paper pickup function
The pick-up roller, feed roller, and separation roller are rotated sequentially by the main
motor rotation, and an envelope is picked up. Then, the unnecessary envelopes are
removed by the separation roller and the picked up envelope is fed to the printer.
a-2) No paper detection function
The envelope sensor in the envelope feeder detects whether or not there is recording paper
in the envelope feeder.
a-3) Paper jam detection
The CPU send retry instruction to the envelop feeder if the top of page sensor does not
detect the leading edge of the envelope within the prescribed time after the pick-up starts.
b) Structures
The envelope feeder picks up the envelope from the envelope feeder and feeds it to the
printer. The flow of the envelope is as shown below.
Feed roller
Pick-up roller
Sparation roller
Weight
Separation guide
Figure 5-31 Envelope Feeder
Figure 5-32 Cross-Sectional Diagram
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c) Arrangement of sensors
Envelope multi feed sensor
Envelope sensor
Figure 5-33 Arrangement of Sensors
d) Electrical circuit section
The signal detect by the envelope multiple feed sensor, envelope sensor and envelope pickup solenoid, are sent ECNT board via the envelope feeder driver PCB.
Envelope feeder driver PCB
+24VA
To ECNT
To ECNT
J911-3
-2
-1
J901-1
-2
-3
J912-3
-2
-1
J901-4
-5
-6
/SEL2
Accepts the command when "L."
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
Command input
Status output
Serial clock
PS901
Envelope sensor
+24VA
PS902
Envelope
multiple
feed sensor
J913-3
-1
-2
J903-1
-3
-2
MF SNS
"L" when the sensor detects multiple
envelopes.
+24VA
Envelope pickup solenoid
SL901
J902-1
-2
ENV SOL
Starts envelope pick-up when "L."
Figure 5-34 Electrical Circuit Section
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3.4.4 Maintenance and service
a) Troubleshooting
a-1) Paper jam troubleshooting
<Possible causes>
1.Warped or twisted envelope
Action: Straighten the warped or twisted envelope, and then instruct the user.
2. Defective FAX-L1000 Printer kit
Action: Make a test print from the envelope feeder. If the envelope is picked up
correctly, replace the FAX-L1000 Printer kit.
3. Dirty, worn or deformed envelope pickup roller
Action: Clean the pickup roller if dirty. Replace it if worn or deformed.
4. Damaged gears
Action: Check the gears of envelope feeder, and replace any damaged gears.
5. Defective envelope pickup solenoid
Action: Disconnect the envelope pickup solenoid connector J901 from the envelope
feeder driver PCB. Measure the resistance between cable side connector J902-1 and J9022. If it is not about 129Ω, replace the envelope pickup solenoid.
6. Defective envelope feeder driver PCB
Action: Replace the envelope feeder driver PCB.
7. Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
8. Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
9. Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
10. Defective FAX-L1000 Printer kit
Action: Replace the FAX-L1000 Printer kit.
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a-2) Malfunction status troubleshooting
“5F-61 ERROR” (Envelope Option error)
<Possible causes>
1. Defective envelope feeder connector
Action: Remove the envelope feeder from the fax and check the connector. Replace the
connector if any failure is found.
2. Defective fax connector
Action: Check the connector. Replace the connector if any failure is found.
3. Defective envelope feeder driver PCB
Action: Replace the envelope feeder driver PCB.
4. Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
5. Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
6. Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
7. Defective FAX-L1000 Printer kit
Action: Replace the FAX-L1000 Printer kit.
"LOAD <SIZE> IN ENV." message appears when the specified sized
envelope is in the envelope feeder.
<Possible causes>
1. Damaged envelope detection lever
Action: Replace the lever.
2. Defective envelope feeder driver PCB
Action: Replace the envelope feeder driver PCB.
3. Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4. Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5. Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6. Defective FAX-L1000 Printer kit
Action: Replace the FAX-L1000 Printer kit.
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b) Signal description
Envelope feeder(J901) ,/ ECNT board (J911)
J901
J911
Signal name Description
. . 4
N.C
Not connected
1
/ 3
+24V
Envelope feeder drive voltage
2
, 2
nSEL2
Envelope feeder select signal
3
. 1
DGND
Ground
Envelope feeder(J901) ,/ ECNT board (J912)
J901
J912
Signal name Description
4
. 3
SOUT
Serial output data
5
, 2
SIN
Serial input data
6
/ 1
SCLOK
Serial clock signal
Envelope feeder(J902) ,/ Envelope pick-up solenoid
J902
SOL
Signal name Description
1
/ 1
+24V
Envelope pick-up solenoid drive
voltage
2
/ 2
ENV SOL
Envelope pick-up solenoid drive signal
Envelope feeder(J903) ,/ Envelope multiple feed sensor
J903
SNS
Signal name Description
1
/ 3
MF DR
Envelope multiple feed sensor drive
2
. 2
DGND
Ground
3
, 1
MF SNS
Envelope multiple feed detection signal
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3.4.5 Installation Position Adjustment of Separation Guide of
Envelope Feeder (adjustment of gap between separation guide
and lower separation roller)
a) When
Normally, the separation guide and the top cover of the envelope feeder must be removed
as one. However, if only the separation guide has been removed for unavoidable reason, or
it needs to be replaced due to deformation, make the adjustment as shown below.
b) Tools
Tool
1.6mm thickness gauge (RY9-0123)
Use
Measuring gap between the separation guide
and the lower separation roller
c) Adjustment
(1) Install the separation guide.
(2) Insert the 1.6mm thickness gauge (RY9-0123) between the separation guide and the
lower separation roller.
(3) Fix the separation guide with 1.6mm gap between the separation guide and the lower
separation roller.
Separation guide
Thickness gauge
Separation guide
1.6mm
RY
1.6m 9-0123
m
Lower separation roller
Thickness gauge
(1.6mm, RY9-0123)
Figure 5-35 Adjustment of Separation Guide
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3.4.6 Installation Position Adjustment of Envelope Multiple Feed Sensor
a) When
The installation position of envelope multiple feed sensor is normally adjusted at the
factory. However, if the screw which hold the sensor is removed or accidentally loosened
for replacement of the sensor or its peripheral parts, the installation position of envelope
multiple feed sensor must be adjusted correctly.
The adjustment procedures are shown below.
b) Tools
Tool
Phillips screwdriver
Use
Adjusting gap between the upper and
lower feed rollers
0.7mm thickness gauge (RY9-0122)
Adjusting gap between the upper and
lower feed rollers
Printer driver tester (RY9-0124)
Checking operation of the envelop multiple
feed sensor
c) Adjustment
c-1) Preparations
(1) Remove the top cover of the envelop feeder.
c-2) Adjustment
(1) Disconnect the power cord.
(2) Connect the two connectors of the printer driver tester with the printer and the
envelop multiple feed sensor connector as shown below.
(3) Insert the 0.7mm thickness gauge (RY9-0122) between the upper and lower feed
rollers of the envelope feeder from the side where the envelope is to be set.
(4) Connect the power cord.
(5) The Sensor Test LED of the printer driver tester lights up.
(6) Tighten the screw that holds the sensor until the LED goes off.
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Thickness gauge (RY9-0122)
Screw
Envelope multiple feed sensor
Connecting to the multiple feed sensor connecter.
Printer driver tester (RY9-0124)
Sensor Test LED
Connecting to the printer's connector for the envelope feeder.
Figure 5-36 Adjustment of Envelope Multiple Feed Sensor
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3.5 Duplex Unit DU-52
3.5.1 Service operations
a) External Views
Figure 5-37 External View
b) Installtion
b-1) Unpacking
Check that the box contains the duplexing feeder.
b-2) Attachment to main unit
(1) Open the duplexing unit packaging.
(2) Take off the plastic bag and peel the tape off. Confirm that none of the covers were
scratched or deformed during shipment.
(3) Remove the packing materials from the duplexing unit.
(4) Remove the 2 duplexing unit slot covers from the fax.
(5) Holding the duplexing unit with both hands, install in into the fax.
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3.5.2 Technical information
a) Configration and construction
12.56"(319mm)
External structure
Item
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions
12.56" (W) × 14.17" (D) × 5.55" (H)
(319 × 360 × 141 mm)
Weight
approx. 7.72 lbs (3.5 kg)
5.55"(141mm)
14.21"(361mm)
figure 5-38 External View
b) Specifications
Paper dimensions
Letter, Legal, Executive, A4, and B5-JIS sizes plain paper (60g/m2 ~ 105g/m2 recommended
paper)
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3.5.3 Operation
a) Function
a-1) Reversing function
When the duplexing unit receives the duplexing unit command from the fax, it turns ON
the duplexing unit solenoid, moves the face-up deflector and feeds the paper to the
duplexing unit. It also rotates the reversing motor in the reverse direction for about 1
second, and feeds the paper remaining in the reversing unit to the duplexing unit pick-up
sensor.
About 0.3 seconds (about 0.5 seconds for 1200dpi print) after the paper reaches the
reversed paper sensor, the duplexing unit driver rotates the reversing motor in the normal
direction, and feeds the paper to the reversing wait position (where the paper reaches
about 0.2 seconds after the leading edge of the paper passes the reversed paper sensor).
If the duplexing unit pick-up sensor does not detect the preceding paper, the duplexing
unit driver rotates the reversing motor in the reverse direction and the duplex feed motor
in the normal direction in order to feed the paper to the duplex pick-up wait position
(where the paper reaches about 0.4 seconds after the leading edge of the paper passes the
duplexing unit pick-up sensor) at high speed.
If the duplexing unit pick-up sensor detects the preceding paper, the duplexing unit holds
the paper at the duplexing unit pick-up wait position until the preceding paper passes the
sensor.
a-2) Duplexing unit pick-up function
When the /PRNT signal is sent to the ECNT board from the video controller, the main
motor of the printer starts rotation. When the main motor rotation reaches its prescribed
speed, the engine controller turns ON the feed roller clutch of the printer and sends the
duplexing unit pick-up command to the duplexing unit driver.
When the duplexing unit driver receives the duplexing unit pick-up command from the
fax, it rotates the duplex feed motor in the reverse direction to feed the paper from the
duplexing unit pick-up wait position to the pre-feeder sensor of the printer at the same
speed as the print speed of the fax.
The ECNT board detects the conditions of the pre-feed sensor for a prescribed period of
time after the duplexing unit pick-up starts. If the pre-feed sensor does not detect no paper
within the prescribed period of time, the ECNT board turns OFF the feed roller clutch and
sends the feed stop command to the duplexing unit driver to stop feeding the paper in the
prescribed period of time after the top of page sensor detects the paper present condition
of the preceding paper. When the top of page sensor detects the trailing edge of the
preceding paper, the CPU resumes feeding the stopped paper. By this, the between-page
distance appropriate for the continuous printing is achieved.
The paper then reaches the registration arm where its skew is corrected, goes through
transfer, separation, fixing and delivery unit and is delivered to the tray.
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a-3) Paper jam detection
The following paper sensors are installed to detect whether the paper is present or not and
whether the paper is fed normally or not.
•Reversed paper sensor (PS703)
•Duplexing unit pick-up sensor (PS701)
The CPU determines whether paper is jammed or not by checking whether paper is
present or absent at the sensors at check timing stored in the memory.
If the CPU determines that a jam has occurred, it stops duplex feeding and notifies the jam
occurrence to the engine controller.
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b) Structure
The paper is led to the duplexing unit by the face-up deflector. This face-up deflector
moves in conjunction with the face-up tray, however, it moves by the duplexing unit
solenoid (SL701) when the face-up tray is closed.
The reversing roller changes the feeding direction of the paper fed to the duplexing unit.
The paper is then transported by the oblique roller and feed roller so that its edge contacts
with the left panel to correct its skew, and is sent to the fax.
The duplexing unit has two motors; reversing motor (M701) and duplex feed motor
(M702). They are stepping motors. The rotating directions (clockwise and
counterclockwise) of the motors are controlled by the duplexing unit driver.
Reversing roller
Oblique roller
Duplexing pick-up roller
Figure 5-39 Duplexing Unit
Figure 5-40 Cross-Sectional Diagram
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c) Arrangement of sensors
PS702
PS703
PS701
Figure 5-41 Arrangement of Sensors
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d) Electrical circuit section
The signal detect by the duplexing unit pick-up sensor, face-up sensor and reversed paper
sensor, are sent ECNT board via the duplexing unit driver PCB.
Duplexing unit driver PCB
+24VA
To ECNT
To ECNT
J711-3
-2
-1
J704-1
-2
-3
J712-3
-2
-1
J704-4
-5
-6
/SEL0
Accepts the command when "L."
SOUT
SIN
SCLK
Command input
Status output
Serial clock
+24VA
PS701
J713-3
-1
-2
Duplexing
unit pick-up
sensor
J706-2
-4
-3
PICK SNS
"L" when the sensor detects paper.
+24VA
PS702
J714-3
-1
-2
Face-up
sensor
J705-4
-6
-5
FU SNS
"L" when the face-up delivery is
selected. "H" when the face-down
delivery is selected.
+24VA
PS703
J717-3
-1
-2
Reversed
paper sensor
Duplexing
unit exhaust
fan
FM701
J716-2
-4
-3
J715-3
-1
-2
J705-1
-3
-2
INV SNS
"L" when the sensor detects paper.
J719-1
-2
-3
J718-3
-2
-1
J707-1
-2
-3
F ON
F LOCK
Rotates when "H."
"H" when fan is locked.
+24VA
Duplexing
SL701
unit solenoid
Reversing
motor
Duplex feed
motor
M701
M702
J703-1
-2
J701-1
-2
-3
-4
J702-1
-2
-3
-4
DUP SOL
Paper is fed to the duplexing unit
when "L."
INT A
/INT A
INT B
/INT B
Motor rotation control signals
FNT A
/FNT A
FNT B
/FNT B
Motor rotation control signals
Figure 5-42 Electrical Circuit Section
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3.5.4 Maintenance and service
a) Troubleshooting
a-1) Paper jam troubleshooting
<Possible causes>
1. Paper is curled due to having been left for a long time.
Action: Straighten the paper, and then instruct the user.
2. Paper not suitable for duplex printing was used.
Action: Instruct the user to use the paper suitable for duplex printing.
3. Foreign materials or burrs are present on the feed guide.
Action: Remove the foreign materials. Replace the guide if it has burrs.
4. Worn or deformed rollers
Action:Replace worn or deformed rollers.
5. Paper dust or dirt on the rollers.
Action: Remove the paper dust and dirt.
6. Duplexing unit solenoid lever does not move smoothly, or is damaged.
Action: Adjust the lever so that it moves smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
7. Damaged or worn gears
Action: Replace any damaged or worn gear(s).
8. Sensor levers do not move smoothly, or are damaged.
Action: Adjust the levers so that they move smoothly. Replace them if damaged.
9. Defective motor
Action: Replace the motor.
10. Defective duplexing unit driver PCB
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver PCB.
11. Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
12. Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
13. Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
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14. Defective FAX-L1000 Printer kit
Action: Replace the FAX-L1000 Printer kit.
a-2) Malfunction status troubleshooting
"5F-56 ERROR" (Duplexing unit exhaust fan (FM701) malfunction)
<Possible causes>
1. Poor contact in the connectors of the FM701 drive signal line
Action: Reconnect the intermediate connectors J718 and J719, then the duplexing unit
driver PCB connector J707.
2. Defective fan motor
Action: Replace the exhaust fan.
3. Defective duplexing unit driver PCB
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver PCB.
"5F-60 ERROR" (Duplex Option error)
<Possible causes>
1. Defective duplexing unit connector
Action: Remove the duplexing unit from the fax and check the connector. Replace the
connector if any failure is found.
2. Defective fax connector
Action: Check the connector. Replace the connector if any failure is found.
3. Defective duplexing unit driver PCB
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver PCB.
4. Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
5. Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
6. Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
7. Defective FAX-L1000 Printer kit
Action: Replace the FAX-L1000 Printer kit.
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"DUPLEX JAM" message appears when the paper jam has not occurred; so,
the fax cannot be in READY mode.
<Possible causes>
1. Reversing paper sensor lever does not move smoothly, or is damaged.
Action: Set the lever to move smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
2. Duplexing unit pick-up paper sensor lever does not move smoothly, or is damaged.
Action: Set the lever to move smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
3. Defective reversing paper sensor
Action: Replace the sensor.
4. Defective duplexing unit pick-up paper sensor 1
Action: Replace the sensor.
5. Defective duplexing unit driver PCB
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver PCB.
6. Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
7. Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
8. Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
9. Defective FAX-L1000 Printer kit
Action: Replace the FAX-L1000 Printer kit.
b) Signal description
Duplexing unit(J701) ,/ Reversing motor
J701
Motor
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
IMT A
Reversing motor drive signal
2
/ 2
nIMT A
Reversing motor drive signal
3
/ 3
IMT B
Reversing motor drive signal
4
/ 4
nIMT B
Reversing motor drive signal
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Duplexing unit(J702) ,/ Duplex feed motor
J701
Motor
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
FMT A
Duplex feed motor drive signal
2
/ 2
nFMT A
Duplex feed motor drive signal
3
/ 3
FMT B
Duplex feed motor drive signal
4
/ 4
nFMT B
Duplex feed motor drive signal
Duplexing unit(J703) ,/ Duplex unit solenoid
J703
Soleniod Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
+24V
Duplexing unit solenoid drive voltage
2
/ 2
DUP SOL
Duplexing unit solenoid drive signal
Duplexing unit(J704) ,/ ECNT board(J71)
J704
J71
Signal name
Description
1
/ 6
+24V
Duplexing unit drive voltage
2
, 5
nSEL0
Duplexing unit select signal
3
. 4
DGND
Ground
4
, 3
SOUT
Serial input data
5
/ 2
SIN
Serial output data
6
/ 1
SCLK
Serial clock signal
Duplexing unit(J705) ,/ Reversed paper sensor
J705
Sensor
Signal name
Description
. . 4
N.C
Not connected
1
/ 3
INV DR
Reversed paper sensor drive
2
. 2
DGND
Ground
3
, 1
INV SNS
Reversed paper detection signal
Duplexing unit(J705) ,/ Face-up sensor
J705
Sensor
Signal name
Description
4
/ 3
FU DR
Face-up sensor drive
5
. 2
DGND
Ground
6
, 1
FU SNS
Face-up detection signal
Duplexing unit(J706) ,/ Duplexing unit pick-up sensor
J706
Sensor
Signal name
Description
1
. .
N.C
Not connected
2
/ 3
PICK DR
Duplex pick-up drive
3
. 2
DGND
Ground
4
, 1
PICK SNS
Duplex pick-up detection signal
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Duplexing unit(J707) ,/ Duplexing unit exhaust fan
J707
Fan
Signal name
Description
1
/ 1
F ON
Duplexing unit fan drive signal
2
, 2
F LOCK
Duplexing unit fan lock detection signal
3
. 3
DGND
Ground
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3.6 FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit
3.6.1 Safety and precautions
Damage due to electrostatic discharge
Electrostatic charge in the human body is the cause of damage to electronic parts as well as
changes in their characteristics. When attaching / removing the kit, be sure to take measures
against electrostatic discharge by using a wrist strap, etc. If the kit is handled when an
electrostatic charge is present, the electronic parts may be damaged.
Countermeasures for Electrostatic Discharge
For details regarding countermeasures for electrostatic discharge, please refer
REFERENCE to Chapter 1, 2.3.1 Damage due to electrostatic discharge.
3.6.2 Service operations
a) External view
Cable 1
(14P)
MODULAR SPACER
MAIN ROM
for SCNT BOARD
Cable 2
(40P)
Cable 3
(8P)
J2
J1
J3
J2
J1
Cable 4
Figure 5-43 External View
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b) Installation
b-1) Unpacking
Check that the box contains the FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit, cables, ROM, modular spacers and
four screws.
b-2) Preparation
Perform the operations below before attaching the kit.
(1) Disconnect the modular jack cord (telephone line) from the fax.
(2) Disconnect the power cord of the fax unit at the power source. Wait at least 10
minutes for the power supply unit to cool before continuing to work.
(3) If a FAX-L1000 Printer kit (Option) or an FAX-L1000 Network Printer Upgrade Kit
(Option) is installed, disconnect the IEEE 1284 compliant parallel interface cable or
the network cable from the options.
(4) Remove the one screw.
(5) Slide the right cover to the right, open the top side, and pull up to remove.
Right cover
Figure 5-44 Preparations for Installation 1
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(6) Refer to Figure 5-43 and bend cables 1 and 2 as shown in order to make insertion of
the kit easier.
(7) Insert cables 1 and 2 into J2 and J1 on the G4 board ass’y.
(8) Insert the connectors of cable 3 into J1 and J2 on the G4 relay board unit. Then Insert
the other connector into J3 on the G4 board ass’y.
J2
Cable 1
Cable 2
Cable 3
J1
J3
J2
J1
G4 RELAY BOARD UNIT
G4 BOARD ASS'Y
Figure 5-45 Preparation for Installation 2
If a FAX-L1000 Printer kit (Option) is installed proceed to step (10).
(9) Remove the six screws and remove the shield cover.
Shield cover
Figure 5-46 Preparation for Installation 3A
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(10) Remove the seven screws.
(11) Disconnect the connectors of the option from J33, J34, J35 and J40 on the TWINS
board. Then, remove the option.
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit
Figure 5-47 Preparation for Installation 3B
(12) Remove the two screws and remove the shield cover 2.
Shield cover 2
Figure 5-48 Preparation for Installation 4
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b-3) Attaching the kit
(1) Insert the kit, aligning the tabs with the slots on the main unit.
(2) After inserting the kit, insert cables 1, 2 and 3 into J37, J39 and J43 on the TWINS
board.
(3) Fasten the kit in place with the 4 included screws.
J37
Cable 1
J43
J39
Cable 2
Cable 3
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT
Figure 5-49 FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit Installation
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If a FAX-L1000 Printer Kit (Option) is installed proceed to step (5).
(4) Fasten the shield cover in place with the six screws.
(5) Insert FAX-L1000 Printer kit (Option) into the main unit. Attach the option by
aligning it with the hooks in the circles in the figure and sliding it in the direction
indicated by the black arrow.
(6) After inserting the option, insert cables of the option into J33, J34, J35 and J40 on the
TWINS board.
(7) Fasten the option in place with the seven screws.
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit
Figure 5-50 FAX-L1000 Printer Kit (Option) Installation
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b-4) Replacing the ROM
(1) Remove the six screws and remove the shield cover.
er
Shield cover
Figure 5-51 ROM Replacement 1
(2) Remove the ROM on the SCNT board using the IC-Removing Tool (HY9-0022).
(3) Replace the ROM.
ICS1
Figure 5-52 ROM Replacement 2
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(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Fasten the shield cover of the SCNT board in place with the six screws.
Fasten the right cover in place with the one screw.
Attach the modular spacers into the extension phone jack and telephone line jack.
Connect the ISDN cable (Cable 4) to the ISDN line jack marked “ISDN” on the kit.
Then connect the other end of the cable to the wall ISDN line jack.
(8) If a FAX-L1000 Printer kit (Option) or an FAX-L1000 Network Printer Upgrade Kit
(Option) is installed, connect the IEEE 1284 compliant parallel interface cable or the
network cable to the options.
(9) Plug in the fax.
b-5) All clear operation
(10) Perform the All clear operation.
Data Registration
Set
#
Display #8 CLEAR by
pressing
or button
Display ALL by
pressing
or button
#8 CLEAR
CLEAR OK
SERVICE MODE
#8 CLEAR
#8 CLEAR
ALL
PLEASE WAIT
Set
Standby
Figure 5-53 All Clear Operation
While waiting to return to the ready state after executing “All clear”, please
do not press the Stop button. Doing so may cause a malfunction
afterwards.
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b-6) Check after the Kit Installation
After installing the kit, carry out the following procedure to ensure that the kit is properly
identified by the main unit.
(1) Referring to the flow chart, enter service data registration, then check that the ROM
versions are displayed.
Data Registration
#
Display #9 ROM by
pressing
or button
Main ROM version on SCNT board
Set
SERVICE MODE
#9 ROM
Main ROM version on G4 board
OPT: EC-01-01
991208 D96B FFFF
MAIN: EC-01-01
991208 C114 FFFF
Slave CPU (V853) version on G4 board
OPT2: EC-01-01
991208 824C FFFF
Stop
Standby
Figure 5-54 ROM Version Check
(2) After confirming this, push the Stop button, which will put the machine into a
standby condition.
(3) If the ROM versions are not displayed, return to b-3) Attaching the kit or b-4)
Replacing the ROM, re-attach the kit or the ROM, and then re-check the display.
(4) Perform a communications test to make sure that transmission and reception are
normal.
(5) If a problem occurs during the test, perform the following:
. Check that the ISDN cable is securely connected.
. Check that the kit is securely connected.
. Refer to the Service Manual, Chapter 5, 3.6.7 Maintenance and service.
b-7) Removing the kit
When removing the kit or the ROM, perform the steps in b-3) Attaching the kit or b-4)
Replacing the ROM, in reverse order. Be sure to remove them only after turning the
power off.
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3.6.3 Technical information
a) Configuration and construction
1. Product names
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT
9.70"(246.5mm)
2. External view
1.65"
(42mm)
11.06"(281mm)
Figure 5-55 External View
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b) Specifications
Dimensions
11.06" (W) × 9.70" (D) × 1.65" (H) (281mm × 246.5mm × 42mm)
Weight
Approx. 2.20 lbs (1.0 kg)
Applicable lines
Euro-ISDN
Communication method
Half-duplex
Communication control protocol
ITU-T T.62
Modulation method
G3 image signals
G3 procedure signals
Transmission speed
G3
G4
Coding
G3
G4
ITU-T V.27ter (2.4k, 4.8k bps)
ITU-T V.29 (7.2k, 9.6k bps)
ITU-T V.17 (14.4kbps, 12kbps, TC9.6kbps, TC7.2kbps)
ITU-T V.34 (2.4kbps, 4.8kbps, 7.2kbps, 9.6kbps,
12kbps, 14.4kbps, 16.8kbps, 19.2kbps, 21.6kbps,
24kbps, 26.4kbps, 28.8kbps, 31.2kbps, 33.6kbps )
ITU-T V.21 (No.2) 300bps
ITU-T V.8, V.34 300bps, 600bps, 1200bps
33.6kbps, 31.2kbps, 28.8kbps, 26.4kbps, 24kbps, 21.6kbps,
19.2kbps, 16.8kbps, 14.4kbps, 12kbps, TC9.6kbps,
TC7.2kbps, 9.6kbps, 7.2kbps, 4.8kbps, 2.4kbps
With automatic fallback function
64k bps
With automatic fallback function
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
MMR, JBIG
Error correction
ITU-T ECM
Transmission time*
approx. 3sec.
*Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No.1, A4, standard mode
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Time required for transmission protocol
Mode
Pre-message
Protocol *1
Post-message
Protocol *2
(between pages)
Post-message
Protocol *3
(after pages)
G4
Approx. 1.1 s
Approx. 1 s
Approx. 0.6 s
*1
Time from when other facsimile is connected to the line until image transmission begins.
Post-message (between pages): Time from after one document has been sent until
transmission of the next document starts if several pages are transmitted.
*3 Post-message (after last pages): Time from after image transmission is completed until
line is switched from facsimile to telephone.
*2
Transmission output level
from -8 to -15 dBm
Minimum receive input level
-43 dBm
Modem IC
CONEXANT (formerly Rockwell) R288F
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c) Service soft switch
#4C ISDN (ISDN settings)
ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW01
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Progress Indicator informtion
element for outgoing Speech
calls
Progress Indicator informtion
element for outgoing 3.1kHzaudio calls
Not used
Not used
1
0
Add
Don’t Add
Add
Don’t Add
[Bit 4]
For outgoing speech calls, the Progress Indicator information element in the SETUP
message can be set to “Add” or “Don’t Add.” If a progress identifier which has a suitable
progress description included in the SETUP message is not used, there are cases where the
SETUP message will not be received, depending on the switching equipment. In cases such
as this, choose “Add.” Additionally, when “Add” is selected, the progress description
included in the Progress Indicator information element takes on the same value as that set
under the #4C ISDN menu in ISDN BASIC Numeric Parameter No.19.
[Bit 5]
For outgoing 3.1kHz audio calls, the Progress Indicator information element in the SETUP
message can be set to “Add” or “Don’t Add.” If a progress identifier which has a suitable
progress description included in SETUP message is not used, there are cases where the call
settings will not be received, depending on the switching equipment. In cases such as this,
choose “Add.” Additionally, when “Add” is selected, the progress description included in
the Progress Indicator information element takes on the same value as that set under the
#4C ISDN menu in ISDN BASIC Numeric Parameter No.18.
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ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW02
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Not used
Send RELCOMP message
when incoming call is rejected
G4/G3 automatic fallback
3.1kHz audio/Speech automatic
fallback
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
0
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
[Bit 1]
When the incoming call is rejected, sending of the RELCOMP message can be set to either
Yes or No. If “No” is selected, the RELCOMP message will not be sent if an incoming call
is rejected because transmission is in progress, etc.; no response is sent. If “Yes” is selected,
the RELCOMP message will be sent when the incoming call is rejected. However, in cases
where transmission is rejected because results of the incoming address check do not agree,
the RELCOMP message will not be sent even if “Yes” is selected.
[Bit 2]
For outgoing G4 calls, it is possible to choose whether to automatically fallback to G3 in
cases where an error occurs in the D-channel connection procedure. If “Yes” is selected, the
machine will fallback to G3 and call again after releasing the call if notification of a “cause
number” corresponding to the error code set under the #4C ISDN menu in ISDN BASIC
G4/G3 Fallback is received from the network after a G4 call is made.
[Bit 3]
For outgoing 3.1kHz audio calls, it is possible to choose whether to automatically fallback
to speech in cases where an error occurs in the D-channel connection procedure. If “Yes” is
selected, the machine will fallback to speech and call again after releasing the call if
notification of a “cause number” corresponding to the error code set under the #4C ISDN
menu in ISDN BASIC Speech Fallback is received from the network after a 3.1kHzaudio call is made.
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ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Outgoing TEL call bearer
capability
Not used
Outgoing G4 call HLC
Action for incoming call when
no G4HLC
Outgoing G4 call LLC
Outgoing G3 call LLC
Fallback table for enforced
fallback
Not used
1
3.1kHz audio
0
SpeechNot used
Don’t Add
Call rejected
destination
Don’t Add
Don’t Add
Reference
Add
G4 reception
Add
Add
Don’t Reference
[Bit 0]
The bearer capability for outgoing TEL calls can be set to 3.1kHz audio or speech.
[Bit 2]
For outgoing G4 calls, the HLC (High Layer Compatibility) information element in the
SETUP message can be set to “Add” or “Don’t Add.” This setting is available when the
ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW06 under the #4C ISDN BASIC menu Bit7 is “0.”
[Bit 3]
For incoming calls, the operation of the incoming signal can be set when the HLC (High
Layer Compatibility) information element in the SETUP message is set to “Don’t Add.” If
“G4 reception” is selected, an incoming call will be handled as G4 when a SETUP
message which does not contain G4HLC is received. If “Call rejected” is selected, an
incoming call will be handled as “Incompatible terminal attributes” when a SETUP
message which does not contain G4HLC is received.
[Bit 4]
For outgoing G4 calls, the LLC (Low Layer Compatibility) information element in the
SETUP message can be set to “Add” or “Don’t Add.” This setting is available when the
ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW06 Bit6 under the #4C ISDN BASIC menu is “0.”
[Bit 5]
For outgoing G3 calls, the LLC (Low Layer Compatibility) information element in the
SETUP message can be set to “Add” or “Don’t Add.” If the LLC (Low Layer Compatibility)
information element is added to the SETUP message, the SETUP message may not be
received, depending on the switching equipment. In such cases, set to “Don’t add.” This
setting is available when the ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW06 Bit6 under the #4C ISDN
BASIC menu is “0.”
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[Bit 6]
In the conditions for enforced G4/G3 fallback, it is possible to select whether or not to add
"Does the error code set in the fallback table coincide with the cause number received from
the network? If “Reference” is selected, the machine will fallback to G3 and call again
after an outgoing G4 call even if the “cause number” corresponding to the error code set
under the #4C ISDN menu in ISDN BASIC G4/G3 Fallback is received from the
network. This setting is available when the ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW08 Bit4 under the
#4C ISDN BASIC menu is “0.”
NOTE
Enforced fallback function
This is an function for outgoing G4 calls, in which a call is forced with G3 if
there is an error in B-channel communications after normal D-channel
connection.
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ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW06
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Sending Complete information
element
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
LLC information element
HLC information element
1
Add
0
Don’t Add
Don’t Add
Don’t Add
Add
Add
[Bit 0]
For all outgoing calls, the Sending Complete information element in the SETUP message
can be set to “Add” or “Don't Add.” If the Sending Complete information element is not
added to the SETUP message, the SETUP message may not be received, depending on the
switching equipment. In such cases, set to “Add.”
[Bit 6]
For all outgoing calls, the LL (Low Layer Compatibility) information element in the
SETUP message can be set to “Add” or “Don't Add.”
If “Don’t Add” is set, ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 Bit4, SW03 Bit5, and SW13 Bit0
settings under the #4C ISDN BASIC menu are unavailable.
[Bit 7]
For all outgoing calls, the HLC (High Layer Compatibility) information element in the
SETUP message can be set to “Add” or “Don't Add.”
If “Don’t Add” is set, ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 Bit2, SW08 Bit2, and SW13 Bit1
settings under the #4C ISDN BASIC menu are unavailable
ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW07
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
D-channel communications log
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
0
Save
Don’t Save
[Bit 4]
It is possible to select whether or not to log D-channel communications. To output a Dchannel dump list, set to “Save.”
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ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW08
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Not used
Not used
Outgoing G3 call HLC
Not used
enforced G4/G3 fallback
Calling Party Number coding
change
1
0
Don’t Add
Add
Yes
TON: National Number
NPI: National Numbering Plan/ISDN
Called Party Number coding TON: National Number
change
NPI: National Numbering Plan/ISDN
Connected Number coding
TON: National Number
change
NPI: National Numbering Plan/ISDN
No
TON: Unknown
NPI: Unknown
TON: Unknown
NPI: Unknown
TON: Unknown
NPI: Unknown
[Bit 2]
For outgoing G3 calls, the HLC (High Layer Compatibility) information element in the
SETUP message can be set to “Add” or “Don't Add.” If the HLC (High Layer
Compatibility) information element in the SETUP message is set to “Add,” the SETUP
message may not be received, depending on the switching equipment. In such cases, set to
“Don't Add.” This setting is available when ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW06 Bit7 under the
#4C ISDN menu is set to "0."
[Bit 4]
For outgoing G4 calls, if an error occurs in B-channel communications after normal Dchannel connection, it is possible to choose whether or not to enforce a fallback to G3. For
example, in cases such as where an outgoing G4 call is made to a G3 machine and the
network returns a CONNECT message in response to the SETUP message sent by the
calling machine, set to “Yes.” If “Yes” is selected, ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 Bit6
settings under the #4C ISDN BASIC menu are available.
[Bit 5]
It is possible to switch between the “Type of Number” (TON) coding and “Numbering Plan
Identification” (NPI) coding of the Calling Party Number information element, which is
included in the SETUP message.
[Bit 6]
It is possible to switch between the “Type of Number” (TON) coding and “Numbering Plan
Identification” (NPI) coding of the Called Party Number information element, which is
included in the SETUP message.
[Bit 7]
It is possible to switch between the “Type of Number” (TON) coding and “Numbering Plan
Identification” (NPI) coding of the Connected Number information element, which is
included in the CONNECT message.
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ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW13
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Not Used
Not Used
Bearer Capability of
ON-HOOK call
Not used
Not Used
Not Used
Incoming address check for
global number incoming calls
Not used
1
0
Speech
3.1kHz-audio
Don’t respond Respond
[Bit 2]
It is possible to set either “Speech” or “3.1kHz-audio” for the bearer capability when
making an outgoing call using the ON-HOOK button.
[Bit 6]
When checking incoming addresses, the global number incoming call (No Called Party
Number in SETUP messages) can be set to “Respond” or “Don’t Respond.” When not
checking incoming addresses, this setting is unrelated and replies will be made to the global
number incoming call.
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ISDN BASIC Numeric parameter
No.
16
18
19
Function
Fallback Wait Time
progress description of
3.1kHz-audio call-time
progress description of
speech call-time
Selecting range
0-255 (×100msec.)
0-127
Default setting
0 (0msec.)
3
0-127
3
[No.16]
This parameter sets the time to wait between releasing the call and trying the call again
when automatic G4/G3 fallback and automatic 3.1kHz-audio/Speech are done.
[No.18]
The progress description of the Progress Indicator information element included in the
SETUP message can be set for outgoing 3.1kHz-audio calls. The values defined for the
progress description are only 1-5 and 8.
No.
Progress Description
1
Calling is not end-to-end ISDN; further call progress information may be
available in-band
2
Destination address is non ISDN
3
Origination address is non ISDN
4
Call has returned to the ISDN
5
Interworking has occurred and has resulted in a telecommunication service
change
8
In-band information or an appropriate pattern is now available
This setting is available when ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW01 bit5 under the #4C ISDN
BASIC menu is “1.”
[No.19]
The progress description of the Progress Indicator information element included in the
SETUP message can be set for outgoing speech calls. The values defined for the progress
description are only 1-5 and 8.
No.
Progress Description
1
Calling is not end-to-end ISDN; further call progress information may be
available in-band
2
Destination address is non ISDN
3
Origination address is non ISDN
4
Call has returned to the ISDN
5
Interworking has occurred and has resulted in a telecommunication service
change
8
In-band information or an appropriate pattern is now available
This setting is available when #4C ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW01 bit4 is “1.”
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ISDN BASIC Redial Code
No.
01-128
Function
Redial
Selecting range
1001-1131
Default setting
See d) SSSW default
setting
Selecting range
1001-1131
Default setting
See d) SSSW default
setting
Selecting range
1001-1131
Default setting
See d) SSSW default
setting
ISDN BASIC G4/G3 Fallback
No.
01-128
Function
G4/G3 fallback
ISDN BASIC Speech Fallback
No.
01-128
Function
Speech fallback
[Redial]
If a D-channel protocol error occurs with an outgoing call, the 4-digit error code displayed
on the LCD of the machine’s this switch or on the report can be registered so that, from the
next outgoing call onwards, if the same error occurs, the machine will redial.
[G4/G3 Fallback]
If a D-channel protocol error occurs with an outgoing G4 call, the 4-digit error code
displayed on the LCD of the machine’s switch or on the report can be registered so that,
from the next outgoing call onwards, if the same error occurs, the machine will make an
outgoing G3 call after making one public call.
[Speech Fallback]
If a D-channel protocol error occurs with an outgoing G3 call with Bearer Capability
“3.1kHz audio,” the 4-digit error code displayed on the LCD of the machine’s switch or on
the report can be registered so that, from the next outgoing call onwards, if the same error
occurs, the machine will make an outgoing G3 call with Bearer Capability “speech” after
making one public call.
NOTE
NOTE
The error codes registered in #4C ISDN BASIC “Redial Code,” “G4/G3
Fallback,” and “Speech Fallback” can contain a maximum of 128 characters
each.
Please do not clear or otherwise change the value registered in #4C ISDN
BASIC “Redial Code,” “G4/G3 Fallback,” and “Speech Fallback.” It is
feared that trouble with communication will occur.
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Example) G4/G3 Fallback function and operation procedure
• In the case where the FAX-L1000 makes on outgoing G4 call to a G3 machine
a) After the FAX-L1000 sends the SETUP message which includes the Bearer Capability
information element “unrestricted digital.” notification of a DISC message containing
Cause number “88” is made from the network, and a D-channel connection error occurs.
Cause number “88” means “Incompatible Destination.” and the FAX-L1000 displays the
service error code “##1088.” The “cause number” is set to the clearing message first
notified by the network (DISC message, REL message, or RELCOMP message).
ISDN
FAX-L1000
CALL PROC
DISC (Cause number: "88")
REL
REL COMP
Dch Layer 3 Protocol
SETUP (BC: "Unrestricted digital")
G3 machine
D-channel error
Display the service error code "##1088"
Figure 5-56 G4 / G3 Fallback Procedure (1)
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b) Next, the 4 digits “1088” of the service error code “##1088” are registered in service
data #4C ISDN BASIC G4/G3 Fallback, and another outgoing call is made to the G4.
In this situation, with the first outgoing call, a) D-channel cannot be connected in the
same way, but after receiving the RELCOMP message from the network, the Bearer
Capability information element included in the SETUP message is changed from
“unrestricted digital” to “3.1kHz audio” and the SETUP message is sent again.Example)
ISDN
FAX-L1000
SETUP (BC: Unrestricted digital)
CALL PROC
REL
REL COMP
G4/G3 Fallback
procedure
Dch Layer 3 Protocol
DISC (Cause number: "88")
G3 machine
SETUP (BC: 3.1kHz audio)
CALL PROC
CONN
CONN ACK
BC: Bearer Capability
Figure 5-57 G4 / G3 Fallback Procedure (2)
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ISDN G4 Bitswitch SW01
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
Not used
Not used
Not used
Multi-document transmission
Not used
Not used
G4 B-channel communication
Log Mode
7
G4 B-channel communication
log
1
0
Yes
No
All
Communications
Erroneous
Communications
only
Save
Don’t Save
[Bit 3]
For G4 transmission, it is possible to set whether or not to use Multi-document
transmission.
[Bit 6]
In the G4 B-channel communications log, it is possible to set whether to keep logs of “All
communications” or “Erroneous communications only.” This setting is available when
ISDN G4 Bitswitch SW01 Bit7 under the #4C ISDN BASIC menu is “0.”
[Bit 7]
It is possible to set whether or not to keep logs of G4 B-channel communications. To print
out a B-channel dump list, set to “Save.”
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ISDN G3 Bitswitch SW01
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
Enforced G3 calling
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
Yes
0
No
[Bit0]
For all outgoing calls, it is possible to set whether or not to enforce G3 calling. For example,
when enforced G3 calling is set to “Yes,” the call will be made with G3 even if 1-touch dial
or speed dial designated as communications mode G4 is used.
ISDN G3 Numeric parameter
No.
01
02
Function
Output time of DTMF
signal output
Minimum pause time of
DTMF signal output
Selecting range
10-9999
Default setting
90 (90msec.)
10-9999
90 (90msec.)
[No.01]
It is possible to set the time of the DTMF signal transmission.
[No.02]
It is possible to set the minimum pause time of the DTMF signal transmission.
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00001100
00011100
00001000
00100000
11100011
01100000
00000011
00001100
00011100
00001000
00100000
01100011
01100000
00000011
00001100
00011100
00001000
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3
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3
3
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3
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20
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3
1017
1018
1019
1027
1031
1034
1041
1042
1044
1049
1127
1131
1016
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0
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0
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0
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1017
1018
1019
1027
1031
1034
1041
1042
1044
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1127
1131
1016
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0
0
0
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0
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6
1017
1018
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1027
1031
1034
1041
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1131
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1017
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1031
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1006
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1023
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1002
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1004
1005
1006
1007
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1108
1109
1110
GERMAN
1068
1069
1070
1071
1072
1073
1074
1075
1076
1077
1078
1079
1080
1081
1082
1083
1084
1085
1086
1087
1088
1089
1090
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1099
1100
1101
1102
1103
1104
1105
1106
1107
1108
1109
1110
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ITALY
1068
1069
1070
1071
1072
1073
1074
1075
1076
1077
1078
1079
1080
1081
1082
1083
1084
1085
1086
1087
1088
1089
1090
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1099
1100
1101
1102
1103
1104
1105
1106
1107
1108
1109
1110
FRANCE
1068
1069
1070
1071
1072
1073
1074
1075
1076
1077
1078
1079
1080
1081
1082
1083
1084
1085
1086
1087
1088
1089
1090
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1099
1100
1101
1102
1103
1104
1105
1106
1107
1108
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d) SSSW default setting (Continue)
TYPE
107:
108:
109:
110:
111:
112:
113:
114:
115:
116:
117:
118:
119:
120:
121:
122:
123:
124:
125:
126:
127:
128:
EUROPE
1111
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116
1117
1118
1119
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
1127
1131
0
0
0
0
GERMAN
1111
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116
1117
1118
1119
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
1127
1131
0
0
0
0
ITALY
1111
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116
1117
1118
1119
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
1127
1131
0
0
0
0
FRANCE
1111
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116
1117
1118
1119
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
1127
1131
1042
0
0
0
ISDN G4
Bitswitch
SW01
10000100
10000100
10000100
10000100
ISDN G3
Bitswitch
SW01
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
ISDN G3
NUMERIC
Param.
01:
02:
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
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e) Report and List
e-1) System data list
This list shows service data settings of service soft switches and service parameters.
Figure 5-58 System Data List (1/10)
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Figure 5-59 System Data List (2/10)
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Figure 5-60 System Data List (3/10)
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Figure 5-61 System Data List (4/10)
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Figure 5-62 System Data List (5/10)
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Figure 5-63 System Data List (6/10)
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Figure 5-64 System Data List (7/10)
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Figure 5-65 System Data List (8/10)
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Figure 5-66 System Data List (9/10)
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Figure 5-67 System Data List (10/10)
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e-2) System dump list
This list shows the past communications statuses and error communications history.
Figure 5-68 System Dump List (1/3)
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Figure 5-69 System Dump List (2/3)
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Displays error information for the 3 most recent communication.
Figure 5-70 System Dump List (3/3)
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e-4) Dch log report
This list shows the D-channel communication history. Up to the latest 32 messages can be
displayed.
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗4
∗5
∗6
∗7
∗8
∗9
∗ 11
∗ 10
∗ 13
∗ 12
∗ 14
Figure 5-71 Dch Log Report
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•How to View the Dch dump list
a) Title Column
*1: Date and Time.
*2: Elapsed time since the power was turned ON (msec.). Increases every 5 msec..
*3: Message direction.
TX>: The message the machine sent
<RX: The message the network sent
*4: Message Name. “(L2)” shows that the message is a Layer 2 message.
*5: Message’s parameter. Displayed as hexadecimal numbers, 2 numbers of one octet each.
b) D-channel Layer 2 Messages
The D-channel Layer 2 message (SABME, UA, etc.) is not shown in the Dch dump list. It
shows messages processed inside the machine.
•EST REQ: Machine sends SABME message
•EST CNF: The UA message is received from the network pertaining to the SABME
message which was sent by the machine
•EST IND: The UA message is sent from the machine pertaining to the SABME message
received by the network
•REL REQ: Machine sends a DISC message
•REL CNF: The UA message is received from the network pertaining to the DISC message
sent by the machine
•REL IND: The UA message is sent from the machine pertaining to the DISC message
received from the network. Additionally, depending on the cause for the removal of ISDN
line, even when Layer 2 has been disconnected, the main message is still shown.
c) D-channel Layer 3 Message and Information Element
Normally, 4-octets of header information are attached to a D-channel Layer 3 message. (*6)
The length of the header information varies according to the value of the 2nd octet. For
example, when the value of the 2nd octet is “00,” the header information length is 3 octets,
and when then value of the 2nd octet is “01,” the header information length is 4 octets. The
information elements will be displayed following the header information. (*7)
There are 2 types of information element: single octet information element and variable
length information element.
c-1) Single Octet Information Elements
The Sending Complete information element which is included in the SETUP message can
be used by this machine. The service data #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW06 bit0 is
set to “1,” and when there is an outgoing call, on the Dch dump list right after the header
information in the SETUP message sent by this machine, the main information is shown,
and “A1” is set.
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c-2) Variable Length Information Elements
The main information element is composed of an information element identifier (1 octet),
an length of contents of information element (1 octet), and an contents of information
element (the length of octet which is shown by the “length of contents of information
element”).
❍ ❍ ▲▲ ❏❏ ❏❏......
Contents of Information element
Length of contents of information element
Information element identifier (a type of information
element)
For example, if an length of contents of information element value is “02,” the contents of
information element is 2 octets.
The way in which the SETUP message and the main information elements in the clearing
message are displayed on the Dch dump list is shown below.
c-3) Main information elements in the SETUP message
•Bearer Capability (*8)
Number 1 octet : “04”
Number 3 octet : Information transfer capacity
“88”: Unrestricted digital
“90”: 3.1kHz audio
“80”: Speech
•Channel Identification (*9)
Number 1 octet : “18”
Number 3 octet : Information channel selection
“80”: No channel
“81”: B1 channel
“82”: B2 channel
“83”: Any channel
•Calling Party Number (*10)
Number 1 octet : “6C”
From number 4 or number 5 octet on*: Number digit (IA5 character)
*: When the most significant bit of number 3 octet is “0,” number digits will appear in
number 5 octet onwards. When the most significant bit of number 3 octet is “1,”
number digits will appear in number 4 octet onwards.
•Low Layer Compatibility (*12)
Number 1 octet : “7C”
Number 3 octet : Information transfer capability
“88”: Unrestricted digital
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“90”: 3.1kHz audio
“80”: Speech
•High Layer Compatibility (*13)
Number 1 octet : “7D”
Number 4 octet : High layer characteristics identification
“A1”: G4
“84”: G2/G3
“81”: TEL
•Progress Indicator (*14)
Number 1 octet : “1E”
Number 4 octet : Progress description
“81”: Call is not end-to-end ISDN; further call progress information may be available inband
“82”: Destination address is non ISDN
“83”: Origination address is non ISDN
“84”: Call has returned to the ISDN
“85”: Interworking has occurred and has resulted in a telecommunication service change
“88”: In-band information or an appropriate pattern is now available
c-4) Main information elements in the clearing message (DISC, REL,
RELCOMP)
•Cause
Number 1 octet : “08”
Number 4 octet and on: Cause number
NOTE
Cause number
The “cause number” is the number which results when “80” is subtracted
from the number displayed on the Dch dump list and the result is converted to
decimal form. For example, in the case where the number displayed on the
Dch dump list is “90,” if “80” is subtracted from “90,” “10” is the result.
When this is converted to decimal form, “16” -the cause number - results.
Information element description
The actual information element description is regulated by the bit unit, but in
the information descriptions in this manual assume a general situation and are
shown by octet bit. If values outside of those shown in this manual appear on
the Dch dump list, please check the ITU-T recommendations and the ETSI
standards.
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e-4) Bch Log report
This report shows B-channel communication histoy. Up to the latest 3 communications
can be displayed
∗5
∗6
∗7
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗4
∗8
Figure 5-72 Bch Log Report
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•How to View the Bch dump list
a) Title Column
*1: Communication Number.
*2: Error Code. “None” will be shown for normal communications.
*3: When B-channel communication has commenced.
*4: When B-channel communication has completed.
*5: Elapsed time since the power was turned ON (msec.). Increases every 5 msec.
*6: Message direction.
TX>: The message the machine sent
<RX: The message the network sent
*7: Message name.
*8: Message’s parameter. Displayed as hexadecimal numbers, 2 numbers of one octet each.
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3.6.4 G4 board components
+5/+12/+24V
PSU
Slave CPU
V.853 A
(IC21)
SRAM
16Kbit
X2
(IC48,49)
TWINS
(IC39)
SRAM
256Kbit
Main CPU
V.821
(IC8)
FUNK
(IC20)
ROM
8Mbit
(IC1)
TWINS
SCNT
+5V
DRAM
8Mbit
(IC41)
G4
Relay
PC/DC
-12V
Audio IC (IC45)
Port
SW
Parallel/
Serial
Conversion
(IC10)
MODEM
R288F
(IC67)
Port
SW
MODEM
R288F
(IC52)
PCM
CODEC
(IC69)
T2
ISDN LINE
JACK
DTMF Receiver
(IC38)
Port
SW
Audio IC (IC46)
T1
ISDN
I/F
(IC24)
PCM
CODEC
(IC51)
PCM
CODEC
(IC50)
Analog
Port I/F
Speaker
Driver
Not mount
Speaker
Fig. 5-73 Component bloock diagram
a) DTMF signal detection circuit
This circuit uses a dedicated IC (IC38 DTMF receiver) to detect a DTMF signal.
b) ISDN interfade IC (IC24)
This YAMAHA-made IC YM7405C has Layer 1 functions, Layer 2 functions(LAPD), and
Layer 3 interface functions for connection to an ISDN circuit.
c) PCM CODEC IC (IC51, IC69)
The PCM CODEC IC, OKI-made MSK7578VMS-K, converts analog audio signals output
from a G3 modem to PCM digital signals to implement G3 transmission through ISDN
lines. This IC converts PCM digital signals to analog audio signals.
d) Modem IC (IC52, IC67)
The modem IC, CONEXANT R288F, G3-modulates transmit data received from a CPU
according to ITU-T V.17, V.21, V.27ter, V.29, and V.34 in transmit mode. This IC G3demodulates the signal received through the line according to ITU-T V.17, V.21, V.27ter,
V.29, and V.34 in receive mode. The IC detects a DTMF signal through ISDN lines.
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e) PCM CODEC IC (IC50)
This IC converts receive signals (digital signals through ISDN lines) to analog signals. It
converts transmit signals (analog audio signals) to digital signals.
f) Slave CPU (IC21)
The slave CPU, NEC-made uPD70F3025AGC-33 (V.853), converts encode data (MH, MR,
MMR, JBIG, etc.) from the transmit circuit to encode data (MR) for the SCNT board in
receive mode. The CPU converts encode data (MR) from the SCNT board to encode data
(MH, MR, MMR, JBIG, etc.) suitable for the remote machine.
g) Main CPU (IC8)
The main CPU, NEC-made uPD70741GC-25-TEA (V.821), controls operations in the same
way as the CPU (IC17) on the SNCT board.
h) System controller (IC20)
The system controller, MITSUBISHI-made M66364FP, is a standard cell that controls
peripheral devices for the MPU. It contains peripheral IC chip select, DRAM control, and
DMA controller.
i) ROM (IC1)
The 1M-byte ROM contains a transmission control (V.821) program.
j) DRAM (IC41)
The 1M-byte DRAM is used to store image data in transmit and receive modes and as a
work area for the CPU.
k) TWINS IC (IC39)
This NEC-made gate-array UPD65802GJ-117-3EN controls the IEEE1284’s dual-party
transmission port.
l) Parallel/serial conversion IC (IC10)
The parallel/serial conversion IC, HITACHI-made HD64570F16, converts serial signals
from a modem to parallel signals in G3 transmission. It converts serial signals from an
ISDN line to parallel signals in G4 transmission.
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3.6.5 Flow of Image Signals
a) Transmission
CONTACT SENSOR
(1)
J3
(1)
TWINS board
IC20
A
J2
(2)
IC22
C
(3)
B
(4)
J39
(4)
SCNT board
(4)
A:Image processing IC
B:CODEC IC
C:DRAM
D:TWINS IC
E:DRAM
F:Slave CPU
G:ISDN interface IC
(5)
J41
J21
E
J1
F
(4)
J39
(4)
D
(6)
G
(6)
J7
(6)
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT
Figure 5-74 Transmission Image Signal Flow
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J24
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(1) The image is scanned by the contact sensor, and the analog image data is sent to the
SCNT board.
(2) The image processing IC (IC20) converts the analog image data from the contact
sensor into digital data.
(3) The digitized data is encoded by the CODEC IC in an MR with no compression
function, and transferred to DRAM (IC3) by high-speed DMA transfer.
(4) The MR encode data stored in the DRAM is transferred to the DRAM on the FAXL1000 ISDN Kit through the TWINS board.
(5) The MR encode data sent to the DRAM is converted to raw data by the slave CPU,
and then encoded into a format (such as MMR and JBIG) suitable for the remote
machine.
(6) The data encoded into MMR, JBIG, etc. is added with a header and sent to the ISDN
interface IC through a modular board.
(7) The encoded data is transferred to the ISDN line through the modular jack of the
FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit.
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A
J2
(5)
IC22
C
(4)
(5)
B
ECNT
board
IC20
TWINS
board
b) Reception
J32
(5)
(3)
J51
(5)
(6)
Printout
J39
(3)
SCNT board
(3)
A:Image processing IC
B:CODEC IC
C:DRAM
D:TWINS IC
E:DRAM
F:Slave CPU
G:ISDN interface IC
J41
E
J1
(2)
J21
(3)
F
D
(1)
J39
(3)
G
J7
(1)
(1)
Modular board
J24
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Figure 5-75 Reception Image Signal Flow
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(1) The received data is sent to the slave CPU from the modular board of the
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT through the ISDN interface IC.
(2) The slave CPU converts it to MR encode data and stores it in the DRAM.
(3) The MR encode data stored in the DRAM is transferred to the DRAM on the SCNT
board through the TWINS board.
(4) The CODEC IC on the SCNT board reads and combines the MR data stored in the
DRAM by DMA transfer and writes raw data into the RAM in the CODEC IC. The
data in the internal RAM is converted from parallel to serial by the printer interface
of the IC and transferred to the image processing IC.
(5) The image processing IC smoothens or scales down the data received from the
CODEC IC for the LBP. The IC sends a print request signal (nPRNT) to the ECNT
board interface, and when the printer becomes ready, the IC sends image data to the
ECNT board through the TWINS board in synchronization with the vertical
synchronizing signal (nVSYNC) and the horizontal synchronizing signal (nBD)
coming from the ECNT board.
(6) The ECNT board controls the printer and prints data based on the data from the
SCNT board and information, such as paper size.
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3.6.6 ISDN Protocol Messages
Main messages which are used in the communication protocols of Layer 2 - Layer 3 of the
control channel’s D-channel and Layer 2 - Layer 6 of the information channel’s B-channel are
listed.
a) D-channel messages
Layer 2
Message
SABME
UA
DISC
Description
Set Asynchronous Balanced
Mode Extended
Unnumbered Acknowledge
Disconnect
Remark
The first thing sent when layer 2 is set.
A reply message for SABME, DISC.
Sent when layer 2 is released.
Layer 3 (Continue)
Message
SETUP
Description
Request for call settings
SETUP ACK
SETUP Acknowledge
CALL PROC Call Proceeding
CONN
Connect
CONN ACK
Connect Acknowledge
ALERT
Alerting
DISC
Disconnect
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Remark
First sent by the calling party after setting
layer 2 when making call settings. For the
called party, it does not matter whether or
not layer 2 is connected, SETUP will be
done anyway. Then, if layer 2 has not been
connected on the called party, it will be
connected, and following that CONN, etc.
will be sent.
SETUP confirmation (request for
additional information).
This means that the calling party SETUP
has been received by ISDN. It is an option
message.
On the calling party, receives when the
other terminal has responded. On the called
party, sent for accepted SETUP when able
to respond.
On the calling party, sent for received
CONN. On the called party, ISDN sent for
the transmitted CONN.
On the calling party, receives when the
other terminal is in a call. On the called
party, sent when the user is in a call. It is an
option message.
Sent when layer 3 is disconnected.
Receives when disconnected from ISDN.
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Layer 3 (Continue)
Message
REL
Description
Release
REL COMP
Release Complete
Remark
Sent when layer 3 is released or when
DISC is received.
Sent when REL is received. ISDN sends
with the transmitted REL.
b) B-channel messages
Layer 2
Message
SABM
Description
Set Asynchronous Balanced
Mode
Unnumbered Acknowledge
Disconnect
A reply message for SABM, DISC.
Sent when layer 2 is released.
Description
Call Request
Incoming Call
Call Connected
Call Accepted
Restart Request
Restart Indication
Restart Confirmation
Clear Request
Clear Indication
Clear Confirmation
Remark
Sent when layer 3 connects.
Received when layer 3 is connected.
Reply for CR.
Reply for CN.
Sent before layer 3 connects.
Received before layer 3 is connected.
Reply for SQ/SI.
Sent when layer 3 disconnects.
Received when layer 3 is disconnected.
Reply for CQ/CI.
Remark
Sent when layer 4 connects.
TCC
Description
Transport Connection
Request
Transport Connection
Accepted
Transport Connection Clear
TBR
Transport Block Reject
UA
DISC
Remark
The first thing sent when layer 2 is set.
Layer 3
Message
CR
CN
CC
CA
SQ
SI
SF
CQ
CI
CF
Layer 4
Message
TCR
TCA
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Sent when TCR is received and layer 4 can
be connected.
Sent when TCR is received and layer 4
cannot be connected.
Sent when an error is found in layer 4
information.
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Layer 5
Message
CSS
Description
Command Session Start
RSSP
Response Session Start
Positive
RSSN
Response Session Start
Negative
Command Session End
Response Session End
Positive
Command Session Change
Control
CSE
RSEP
CSCC
RSCCP
CDS
Response Session Change
Control Positive
Command Session User
Information
Response Session User
Information
Command Session Abort
Response Session Abort
Positive
Command Document Start
CDE
Command Document End
RDEP
Response Document End
Positive
Command Document Page
Boundary
CSUI
RSUI
CSA
RSAP
CDPB
RDPBP
Response Document Page
Boundary Positive
RDPBN
Response Document Page
Boundary Negative
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Remark
The first thing sent when layer 5 is started.
Canon mode communication parameters
are mainly added to this command.
Sent when CSS is received and layer 5 can
be started. Canon mode communication
parameters are mainly added to this
command.
Sent when CSS is received and layer 5
cannot be started.
Sent when layer 5 is completed.
Reply for CSE.
Sent when it becomes layer 5’s turn to
transmit. This is used by polling
communications, etc.
Reply for CSCC
Indicates that there is a document
procedure command.
Indicates that there is a document
procedure response.
Sent when the session procedure is halted.
Reply for CSA.
Sent when the document procedure is
started. States the size and resolution of
pages that are able to be transmitted to
CDE.
Sent when the document procedure is
completed.
Reply for CDE.
Sent when it is shown that there is a gap
between pages. A check point reference
nunber is added as a parameter.
Sent when a page designated as CDPB is
OK. A check point reference number is
added as a parameter.
Sent when a page designated as CDPB is
NG. A check point reference number is
added as a parameter.
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Layer 5 (Continue)
Message
CDCL
RDCLP
CDR
RDRP
CDD
RDDP
RDGR
CDUI
Description
Command Document
Capability List
Response Document
Capability List Positive
Command Document
Resynchronize
Response Document
Resynchronize Positive
Command Document
Discard
Response Document
Discard Positive
Response Document
General Reject
Command Document User
Information
Remark
Indicates the function of the sending side
(page size, resolution).
Indicates the function of the receiving side
(page size, resolution).
Sent when the document procedure on the
sending side is halted.
Reply for CDR.
Sent when the document procedure on the
sending side is halted.
Reply for CDD.
Sent when a document procedure error is
discovered on the receiving side.
Indicates that there is data from layer 6 and
higher (MMR).
Layer 6
Message
P-START
P-END
PIX
NOTE
Description
Added to the front of the image data (page) as that page’s attribute (paper,
size, resolution) parameter.
Added to the end of the image data (page) for P-START.
The image data header, or the image data (MMR).
The message names (P-START, P-END, and PIX) are terms only used within
Canon.
Please note that recommendations for these message names are not being
considered.
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c) D-Channel Standard Protocol
Calling party
Called party
ISDN
SABME
Layer 2
connection
Protocol
UA
SETUP
SETUP
(SETUP ACK) *
Layer 3
connection
Protocol
(ALERT) *
SABME
Dch Protocol
(CALL PROC) *
UA
Layer 2
connection
Protocol
(ALERT) *
CONN
CONN
CONN ACK
CONN ACK
Layer 3
connection
Protocol
Bch Protocol
DISC
Layer 3
disconnection
Protocol
DISC
Dch Protocol
REL
REL COMP
DISC
Layer 2
disconnection
Protocol
UA
REL
REL COMP
DISC
UA
Layer 3 Layer 2
Layer 2
Layer 3
Layer 2
*: Messages in brackets are options.
Figure 5-76 D-Channel Protocol Flow
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disconnection
Protocol
Layer 2
disconnection
Protocol
Layer 2 Layer 3
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d) Information elements in the SETUP message
The SETUP message is one of the messages used in the D-channel Layer 3 communication
protocol, as opposed to a network, and requires commencement of call settings. It is listed
here, in the information element included in the main message, as a necessary element for
the machine’s service.
Sending Complete
Gives notification of completion of the Called Party Number destination. Addition of this
required information is handled as an option in ITU-T recommendations. Additionally, the
required information can be set as “Add/Do not Add” with a service switch on this
machine.
Bearer Capability
Sets an outgoing G4 call to “unrestricted digital”, an outgoing G3 call to “3.1kHz audio”,
and telephone to “speech”. (There is no telephone in this machine.) It must be ensured that
the information in question is added according to ITU-T recommendations.
Channel Identification
Designates the B-channel which will be used from now on. “B1 channel”, “B2 channel”,
“any channel”, and “no channel” will all be set. It must be ensured that the information in
question is added according to ITU-T recommendations.
Progress Indicator
Notifies the channel generated for the call. Addition of this required information is handled
as an option in ITU-T recommendations. Additionally, using a service switch, the progress
contents can be set, and the required Progress Indicator information can be set as “Add/Do
not Add” on this machine.
Calling Party Number
Sets the phone number of the calling party (=the machine itself). Addition of this required
information is handled as an option in ITU-T recommendations.
Called Party Number
Sets the telephone number of the called party. Addition of this required information is
handled as an option in ITU-T recommendations.
Low Layer Compatibility
Sets an outgoing G4 call to “unrestricted digital”, an outgoing G3 call to “3.1kHz audio”,
and telephone to “speech”. (There is no telephone in this machine.) Addition of this
required information is handled as an option in ITU-T recommendations. Additionally, this
machine can use a service switch to set the required information to “Add/Do not Add” in
the SETUP message when calling with G4/G3.
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High Layer Compatibility
With an outgoing G4 call, “G4 FAX” is set, with an outgoing G3 call, “G2/G3 FAX”, and
with telephone, “TEL”. (There is no telephone in this machine.) Addition of this required
information is handled as an option in ITU-T recommendations. Additionally, this machine
can use a service switch to set the required information to “Add/Do not Add” in the
SETUP message when making an outgoing G4/G3 call.
e) B-Channel Standard Protocol (G4)
Transmitter
Receiver
SABM
UA
SQ (SI) *1
SF (SF) *1
CR (CN) *1
CC (CA) *1
TCR
TCA
CSS
RSSP
CDCL
RDCLP
CDS
P-START *2
PIX *2
P-END *2
CDE
RDEP
CSE
RSEP
CQ (CI) *1
CF (CF) *1
Connection
protocol
Negotiation
Start document
Image data
Document termination
protocol
Disconnection
protocol
DISC
UA
Layer 6
Layer 4
Layer 2
Layer 5
Layer 3
Layer 2
Layer 4
Layer 6
Layer 3
Layer 5
*1: The message seen by the receiving side is in brackets.
*2: The messages are terms only used within Canon.
Please note that recommendations for these message names are not being considered.
Figure 5-77 B-Channel Protocol Flow (G4)
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f) B-Channel Standard Protocol (G3)
Transmitter
Receiver
CNG
CED
DIS
DCS
TFC
CFR
Messege
MPS
MCF
Messege
EOP
MCF
DCN
Layer 6
Layer 4
Layer 2
Layer 5
Layer 3
Layer 2
Layer 4
Layer 6
Layer 3
Layer 5
Figure 5-78 B-Channel Protocol Flow (G3)
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3.6.7 Maintenance and service
a) Troubleshooting
The fax does not recognize the FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT even when it is attached
properly.
Solutions:
(1) Check that the kit is securely connected.
(2) Replace the kit.
(3) Replace the TWINS board.
(4) Replace the SCNT board.
b) D-channel error codes and B-channel error codes
• D-channel error codes (##1001~##1131)
D-channel protocol error codes are generated by taking the “cause number” notified which
has been notified by the network and adding “1000” to it inside the machine. The required
reason for the disconnection or restoration is assigned in the “cause number”, but even if
the “cause number” notified by the each country’s network is identical, there will be times
when the required reason for the disconnection or restoration will differ.
##1001 [TX/RX] a) Unallocated (unassigned) number
b) Invalid call reference value
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
Remove the document and transmit/copy again.
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Re-trasmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1002 [TX/RX] No route to specified transit network.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the method of connection to the designated relay
network.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1003 [TX/RX] a) No route to destination.
b) Designated bearer service not implemented.
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Solutions b):
Indicated above
(1) Re-check the designated bearer service.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1006 [TX/RX] Channel unacceptable.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Wait a while and then transmit, because the other terminal is in
the middle of a transmission.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1007 [TX/RX] a) Call awarded and being delivered in an established channel.
b) Call identity not exist.
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Wait a while, then re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1008 [TX/RX] Call identity does not belong to a parked connection.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1010 [TX/RX] Unknown Facility-Code (Code for service characteristic).
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1016 [TX/RX] a) Normal call clearing user busy.
b) No basic channel free.
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1017 [TX/RX] a) User busy.
b) No approval for requested service characteristic.
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Wait a while, then re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Solutions b):
Indicated above
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1018 [TX/RX] No user responding
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Make sure that the other party’s machine is plugged in and
connected to the line.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(4) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(5) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(6) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1019 [TX/RX] No answer from user (user alerted).
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Wait a while, then re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1021 [TX/RX] Call rejected
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1022 [TX/RX] Number changed.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1026 [TX/RX]`Non-selected user cleaning.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1027 [TX/RX]`Destination out of order.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Inquire as to whether or not the other party’s machine can be
used.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1028 [TX/RX] Invalid number format.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Check the phone number, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1029 [TX/RX] Facility rejected.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated service contract.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1030 [TX/RX] Response to status enquiry.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1031 [TX/RX] Normal, unspecified.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1032 [TX/RX] Look of outgoing connection
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1033 [TX/RX] Other party is busy
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1034 [TX/RX] a) No circuit/channel available
b) No access to a closed user group.
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Wait a while, then re-transmit, because the other party’s machine
is busy.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1035 [TX/RX] Closed user group does not exist.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-confirm with the other party, and then re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1038 [TX/RX] Network out of order
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Wait a while and then re-transmit, because there is a network
obstacle has occurred.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1041 [TX/RX] Temporary failure
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Wait a while, then re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1042 [TX/RX] Switching equipment congestion
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Wait a while, then re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1043 [TX/RX] Access information discarded
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1044 [TX/RX] Requested circuit/channel not available
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1047 [TX/RX] Resources unavailable, unspecified
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1049 [TX/RX] Quality of service unavailable
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1050 [TX/RX Requested facility not subscribed
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the contract, and re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1053 [TX/RX] No connection inside the net possible
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1056 [TX/RX] The calling number of the wished connection has been changed
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the telephone number, then re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1057 [TX/RX] a) Bearer capability not authorized
b) Called terminal not operational
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Re-check the contract, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Inquire to the other party whether the terminal can be used, then
re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1058 [TX/RX] a) Bearer capability not presently available
b) Call has not been accessed, break down through time-out
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Re-check the contract, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Re-check the telephone number, then re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1059 [TX/RX] Called party is busy (all B-channel are occupied)
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Wait a while, then re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1060 [TX/RX] Disconnection from network
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1061 [TX/RX] Called party is closed or does not support the service
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Designated number/Re-check the contract, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1062 [TX/RX] a) Active rejection of connection through the called party
b) Disconnection from network
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Re-check the telephone number, then re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Re-check the telephone number, then re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1063 [TX/RX] Service or option not available, unspecified.
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated service contract, and re-establish
communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1065 [TX/RX] Bearer capability not implemented
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated service contract, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1066 [TX/RX] Non-supplied channel classification designated
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated service contract, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1069 [TX/RX] Channel type not implemented
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated service contract, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1070 [TX/RX] Only restricted digital information bearer capability is available
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1079 [TX/RX] Service or option not implemented, unspecified
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated service contract, and re-establish
communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1081 [TX/RX] Invalid call reference value
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1082 [TX/RX] Identified channel does not exist
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1083 [TX/RX] A suspended call exists, but this call identity does not
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1084 [TX/RX] Call identity in use
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1085 [TX/RX] No call suspended
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1086 [TX/RX] Call having the requested call identity has been cleared
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1088 [TX/RX] Incompatible destination
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the other party’s terminal type, then re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1089 [TX/RX] Line busy
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1090 [TX/RX] Release from the other party number or from a distant exchange
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1091 [TX/RX] Invalid transit network selection
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated relay network, and re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1092 [TX/RX] Disconnection from network
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1095 [TX/RX] Invalid message, unspecified
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1096 [TX/RX] Mandatory information element is missing
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1097 [TX/RX] Message type non-existent or not implemented
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated service contract, and re-establish
communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1098 [TX/RX] Message not compatible with call state or message type nonexistent or not
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1099 [TX/RX] Information element non-existent or not implemented
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1100 [TX/RX] Invalid information element contents
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1101 [TX/RX] Message not compatible with call state
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1102 [TX/RX] Recovery on timer expire
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the designated relay network, and re-establish
communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1103 [TX/RX] Disconnection from network
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1111 [TX/RX] Protocol error, unspecified
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1112 [TX/RX] Release because of error in a local area
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1113 [TX/RX] a) Release because of error in a distant area
b) Disconnection from network
Cause a):
Indicated above
Solutions a):
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
Cause b):
Indicated above
Solutions b):
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1114 [TX/RX] Disconnection from network
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1126 [TX/RX] Disconnection from network
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-check the phone number and try the call again.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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##1127 [TX/RX] Interworking, unspecified
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1130 [TX/RX] D-channel abnormal
Cause:
Unrecoverable error occurred in D-channel layer 2,3 protocol
procedure
Solutions:
(1) Make sure the line correctly connected.
(2) Switch the power OFF/ON, then re-transmit.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(4) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(5) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(6) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
##1131 [TX/RX] D-channel connection monitoring timer timed out
Cause:
When calling, the connection (disconnection) from the other party
expired in a fixed time interval with no response.
Solutions:
(1) Check to see if the other party is absent or whether they are
receiving manually.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Make sure the 4 digits of the applicable error code are registered in
#4C ISDN BASIC, [G4/G3 Fallback] and [Speech Fallback].
(4) Take countermeasures as outlined in D-channel connection
error in this Chapter, 3.6.6 Maintenance and service, c)
Communication problems.
(5) Make an inquiry to the maker of the Switching equipment.
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• B-channel error codes
##1255 [RX] B-channel was disconnected without the document being started
Cause:
After the negotiation procedure on the transmitting side, a
disconnection occurred without the document being transmitted.
Solutions:
(1) Have the transmitted party set the document properly
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1309 [TX/RX] Abnormal post-reception checkpoint reference number
(page number)
Cause:
The page is completed, and the checkpoint reference number which
is the parameter used during CDE, CDPB, RDEP or RDPBP is
abnormal (a series of long, non-numeric parameters, etc.)
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1321 [TX/RX] 1-page transmission time-out
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Lower the document’s transmission resolution, then re-establish
communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it
##1322 [RX] Other machine’s terminal properties abnormal (session
procedures)
Cause:
As a result of negotiation, the attributes of the terminal which show
session user data are abnormal (abnormality in a non-G4 facsimile
parameter, etc.)
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1323 [TX] RSSN reception
Cause:
Compared with CSS transmission, the receiving side transmitted
RSSN
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1332 [TX/RX] Other terminal’s properties are abnormal (Document procedures)
Cause:
As a result of negotiation, the attributes of the terminal which show
session user data are abnormal (abnormality in a non-G4 facsimile
parameter, etc.)
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
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##1334 [RX] Document attributes abnormal
Cause:
Attributes of the received page such as size, resolution, and encoding
method are abnormal.
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1336 [TX/RX] CSA reception
Cause:
CSA was received from the other machine during transmission
Solutions:
(1) Check whether the receiving machine’s memory is full when
transmitting.
(2) Check whether the other machine’s communication process has
been stopped.
(3) Re-establish communication.
(4) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1337 [RX] Non-transmission monitoring timer (T.62 T1 timer) timed out
Cause:
Expired in a fixed interval without receiving the data frame from the
sending side without the document being transmitted.
Solutions:
(1) Check whether the other party’s machine is working properly.
(2) Re-establish communication.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1339 [RX] CDR reception
Cause:
CDR received from the transmitting side with document procedures
Solutions:
(1) Check whether the other party’s machine is working properly.
(2) Re-establish communication.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1340 [RX] CDD reception
Cause:
CDD received from the transmitting side with document procedures
Solutions:
(1) Check whether the other party’s machine is working properly.
(2) Re-establish communication.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1341 [TX] RDPBN reception
Cause:
RDPBN received from the transmitting side with document
procedures
The page could not be received correctly by the receiving side.
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit from the page where the error occurred.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
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##1348 [TX/RX] Session layer abnormal (Document procedure)
Cause:
Underfined document procedure frame received with document
properties
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1350 [RX] CSS parameter abnormal
Cause:
Session procedures received, abnormality discovered in CSS contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1351 [TX] RSSP (RSSN) parameter abnormal
Cause:
Session procedures received, abnormality discovered in RSSP or
RSSN contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it..
##1352 [RX] CSE parameter abnormal
Cause:
Session procedures received, abnormality discovered in CSE contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1353 [TX] RSEP parameter abnormal
Cause:
Session procedures received, abnormality discovered in RSEP
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1354 [RX] CSCC parameter abnormal
Cause:
Session procedures received, abnormality discovered in CSCC
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1355 [TX] RSCCP parameter abnormal
Cause:
Session procedures received, abnormality discovered in RSCCP
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
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##1372 [RX] CDS parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in CDS
contents
Solutions:
(1) Have the document set properly on the transmitting side.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1373 [RX] CDC parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in CDC
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1380 [RX] CDE parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in CDE
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1381 [TX] RDEP parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in RDEP
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1386 [RX] CDPB parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in CDPB
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1387 [TX] RDPBP parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in RDPBP
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1388 [RX] CDCL parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in CDCL
contents
Solutions:
(1) Check whether the other party’s machine is working properly.
(2) Re-establish communication.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
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##1389 [TX] RDCLP parameter abnormal
Cause:
Document procedures received, abnormality discovered in RDCLP
contents
Solutions:
(1) Check whether the transmitting machine has been stopped
(2) Re-transmit.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1412 [TX] RDGR transmission
Cause:
RDGR received during document procedures
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1413 [TX/RX] Abnormality discovered before session connection
Cause:
Abnormality discovered in the procedures before session connection
(below B-channel layer 4)
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1414 [TX/RX] Abnormality discovered in the session procedures after
session connection
Cause:
A frame which could not continue session procedures normally, or an
undefined frame was received after session connection
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1417 [TX] Monitoring timer time-out with no response (T.62 T2 timer)
Cause:
Timed out without getting a response (layer 5 frame reception) from
the receiving side during transmission
Solutions:
(1) Confirm that the receiving machine is operating normally
(2) Re-transmit.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1418 [TX/RX] CSA timer (T.62 T3 timer) time-out
Cause:
CSA received, or timed-out with no RSAP response
Solutions:
(1) Confirm that the other party’s machine is operating normally
(2) Re-establish communication.
(3) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1420 [TX/RX] Session layer protocol violation
Cause:
Negotiation made with a session windows size larger than 2
(Run the machine only with the session windows size set at 1)
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
(3) Have the other party change the session windows size on their
machine
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##1600 [RX] Transmission error in layer 4 or below of B-channel
Cause:
Session procedures received, abnormality discovered in RSEP
contents
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1601 [TX/RX] Connection parameter abnormalily in layer 4 connection
(transport length)
Cause:
Indicated above
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1603 [TX] Abnormal session control function parameter
Cause:
An abnormality occurred in the session control function parameter
which indicates the transmission authority reversal.
Solutions:
(1) Re-transmit.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1608 [RX] P-START abnormality
Cause:
An abnormality occurred during P-START analysis.
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1618 [RX] Error in presentation layer (layer 6)
Cause:
Error (Image end terminal detection, MMR error) in presentation
layer
Solutions:
(1) Re-establish communication.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
##1620 [RX] D-channel / B-channel connection timer timed-out
Cause:
Time-out when receiving with no B-channel connection, even though
D-channel was connected
Solutions:
(1) Check whether the other party’s machine is working properly.
(2) Output a communications analysis list, and analyze it.
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c) Communication problems
• D-channel connection error (Service error code “##1001~##1131”)
(1) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 bit2 to “1”.
(2) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 bit4 to “1”.
(3) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 bit5 to “0”.
(4) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW08 bit2 to “0”.
(5) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW01 bit4 to “1” and #4B ISDN BASIC Numeric
No.19 to “3”.
(6) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW06 bit0 to “1”.
• Cannot perform G4 communication (After a G4 call, fall back to G3.
G3 communication will complete normally.)
(1) Confirm whether or not the receiving side is using G4FAX.
(2) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 bit2 to “1”.
(3) Set #4B ISDN BASIC Bitswitch SW03 bit4 to “1”.
• Cannot perform communication
(1) Check that the ISDN cable is securely connected.
(2) Check that the kit is securely connected.
(3) Replace the kit.
(4) Replace the TWINS board.
(5) Replace the SCNT board.
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d) Signal discription
ISDN G4 board (J1) ,/ TWINS board (J39)
J1
J39
Signal name
Description
A1 , A20
nSTROBE
Strobe signal
A2 . A19
PD0
Data signal
A3 . A18
PD1
Data signal
A4 . A17
PD2
Data signal
A5 . A16
PD3
Data signal
A6 . A15
PD4
Data signal
A7 . A14
PD5
Data signal
A8 . A13
PD6
Data signal
A9 . A12
PD7
Data signal
A10 / A11
nACK
ACK signal
A11 / A10
BUSY
Busy signal
A12 / A9
PERROR
Print error signal
A13 / A8
SELECT
Select signal
A14 , A7
RESET
Reset signal
A15 / A6
OPTION0
Option board detection signal 0
A16 / A5
OPTION1
Option board detection signal 1
A17 / A4
OPTION2
Option board detection signal 2
A18 . A3
GND
Ground
A19 , A2
SPKON
Speaker on signal
A20 . A1
N.C
Not connected
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
.
/
,
/
/
.
/
/
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
,
/
,
B20
B19
B18
B17
B16
B15
B14
B13
B12
B11
B10
B9
B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
N.C
CICNT
N.C
N.C
PSPOUT
GND
N.C
N.C
N.C
N.C
N.C
N.C
GND
GND
GND
GND
nSELECTIN
nINIT
nFAULT
nAUTOFD
Not connected
CICNT signal
Not connected
Not connected
Speaker signal
Ground
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Select in signal
Initialize signal
Fault signal
Auto feed signal
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ISDN G4 board(J2) ,/ TWINS board (J37)
J2
J37
Signal name
Description
1
. 14
GND
Ground
2
, 13
+12V
Logic drive voltage
3
. 12
GND
Ground
4
. 11
GND
Ground
5
, 10
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
6
, 9
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
7
. 8
GND
Ground
8
, 7
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
9
. 6
GND
Ground
10 . 5
GND
Ground
11 , 4
+5V
Logic drive voltage
12 , 3
+5V
Logic drive voltage
13 , 2
+5V
Logic drive voltage
14 . 1
GND
Ground
ISDN G4 board(J3)
J3
J43
1
. 8
2
, 7
5
. 4
6
, 3
7
. 2
8
. 5
,/ TWINS board (J43)
Signal name
Description
GND
Ground
+12V
Logic drive voltage
GND
Ground
+24V
FAX-L1000 ISDN Kit drive voltage
N.C
Not connected
N.C
Not connected
ISDN G4 board(J3)
J3
J2
3
. 2
4
, 1
,/ G4 Relay board (J2)
Signal name
Description
GND
ground
-12V
Logic drive voltage
G4 Relay board (J1) ,/ TWINS board (J43)
J1
J43
Signal name
Description
1
, 1
+5V
Logic drive voltage
2
. 6
GND
ground
ISDN G4 board(J7)
J7
J203
1
, 1
2
, 2
3
/ 3
4
/ 4
,/ Mojure board (J203)
Signal name
Description
-RX
ISDN Reception signal
+RX
ISDN Reception signal
-TX
ISDN Transmision signal
+TX
ISDN Transmision signal
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3.7 FAX-L1000 Network Printer Upgrade kit
3.7.1 Safety and precautions
Danger by Static Charge
Static charge can change the electrical characteristics of the ethernet board or damage it. Do
not handle the ethernet board under circumstances where static charge might occur easily.
When reparing or replacing the ethernet boards, first touch the grounded matal
part to prevent damage from static charge, and do not touch electrical parts on the
ethernet board.
3.7.2 Service operations
a) External view
Figure 5-79 External View
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3.7.3 Technical information
a) Specification
Interface
CPU
LAN controller
Transceiver
Flash ROM
DRAM
Dimensions
Weight
Power supply
Protocol
Frame Type
Print application
10Base-T Ethernet, 100Base-TX Ethernet
TOSHIBA TMPR3904AF
TOSHIBA TC35815AF
TDK TSC78Q2120
2MB
2MB × 2
139.5(W) × 93.0(D) × 24.7(H)mm (excluding mounting materials
and connector.)
About 0.1kg
DC5V (supplied from the printer)
IPX/SPX, TCP/IP, AppleTalk, NetBIOS
IPX/SPX:802.2, 802.3, Ethernet II, 802.2 SNAP, AUTO SENSE
TCP/IP:Ethernet II
AppleTalk:802.2 SNAP(Phase II)
NetBIOS:802.2
IPX/SPX:NDS PServer, Bindery PServer, NPrinter, RPrinter
TCP/IP:LPD/UPP
AppleTalk:APS
NetBIOS:MPS
b) Operations
It is necessary to connect a FAX-L1000 Printer Kit to this board in order to use it. If the
board is connected, the main unit can be used as a network printer.
Characteristics of this board are as follows.
•Automatic switching interface for 10Base-T Ethernet and 100Base-TX Ethernet.
•Automatic switching and printing with the following protocols: IPX/SPX(Netware), TCP/
IP, AppleTalk, NetBEUI(NetBOIS).
•Device configurations and management are supported over Telnet and NetSpot, a graphical
user interface and SNMP-based printer management utility shipped with the product which
supports Windows98, 95, WindowsNT, Solaris 2.X, and Macintosh platforms.
•Can generate a Test Print which lists the current protocol configuration of the ethernet
board and send it to the connected printer.
•Firmware of the ethernet board is upgradable with NetSpot.
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c) Status LEDs
ER LK 100 TX RX
Status LEDs
Figure 5-80 Status LEDs
•ER (Error) LED
When the ethernet board is operating normally:
ER may flash several times during initialization, then go off.
When the ethernet board is not operating normally:
ER lights or flashes all the time.
•LK (Link) LED
Lights yellow while the ethernet board is connected to the network and functioning
normally.
•100 (100Mbps) LED
Lights yellow while the ethernet board is connected to the network via a 100Base-TX.
•TX (Transmit) LED
Lights yellow while data is being sent from the ethernet board.
•RX (Receive) LED
Lights yellow when the ethernet board is receiving data.
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3.7.4 Maintenance and Service
a) Troubleshooting
Every time the main unit is switched ON, the ethernet board automatically performs a selfdiagnostic test. If the self-diagnostic test detects no errors, the LK LED lights and stays on.
After the main unit is switched ON, the ER LED starts flashing and continues flashing until
the ethernet board is ready to operate. If the ER LED lights orange and remains on, or if it
continues to flash, follow the procedures below.
ER LED lights or flashes once, twice, or three times in sequence.
<Possible causes>
1. The ethernet board is defective.
Action: Replace the ethernet board.
ER LED flashes four times in sequence.
<Possible causes>
1. The ethernet cable connection is loose or broken, or the ethernet board is not installed
correctly.
Action: Check the connectors on both ends of the cable connecting the ethernet board to
the ethernet. Make sure the RJ45 connectors are undamaged and securely fastened at both
connection points.
2. Peerless standard I/O interface connector are loose.
Action: Reinstall the ethernet board.
3. The ethernet board is defective.
Action: Replace the ethernet board.
"ETHERNET OPTION ERROR"
<Possible causes>
1.Defective optional ethernet board
Action: Replace the ethernet board.
2.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
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b) Connector locations
J3
J1(RJ45 connector)
Figure 5-81 Connector Locations
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c) Signal description
Ethernet board(J1) ,/ Network
J1
Network Signal name
1
/ Network
TX+
2
/ Network
TX3
, Network
RX+
4
. Network
N.C.
5
. Network
N.C.
6
, Network
RX7
. Network
N.C.
8
. Network
N.C.
Description
Send Data Line(+)
Send Data Line(-)
Receive Data Line(+)
Not used
Not used
Receive Data Line(-)
Not used
Not used
Ethernet board(J3) ,/ Adapter board connector(J2)
J3
J2
Signal name
Description
A1 . A1
+5V
Logic drive voltage
A2 / A2
nINTR
Interrupt request
A3 , A3
nRESET
Reset
A4 , A4
nIOWR
I/O Write
A5 , A5
nIOCS
I/O Chip select
A6 . A6
(Reserved)
A7 . A7
GND
Ground
A8 . A8
D00
Data bit 0
A9 . A9
D02
Data bit 2
A10 . A10
D04
Data bit 4
A11 . A11
D06
Data bit 6
A12 . A12
D08
Data bit 8
A13 . A13
D10
Data bit 10
A14 . A14
D12
Data bit 10
A15 . A15
D14
Data bit 10
A16 . A16
GND
Ground
A17 , A17
A02
Address bit2
A18 , A18
A04
Address bit4
A19 , A19
A06
Address bit6
A20 , A20
A08
Address bit8
A21 , A21
A10
Address bit10
A22 , A22
A12
Address bit12
A23 , A23
A14
Address bit14
A24 , A24
A16
Address bit16
A25 , A25
+5V
Logic drive voltage
B1 . B1
GND
Ground
B2 / B2
nWAIT
Wait
B3 , B3
nWnR
Write/Read
B4 , B4
nIORD
I/O Read enable
B5 , B5
A23
Address bit23
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Ethernet board(J3) ,/ Adapter board connector(J2)
J3
J2
Signal name
Description
B6 . B6
(Reserved)
B7 . B7
GND
Ground
B8 . B8
D01
Data bit 1
B9 . B9
D03
Data bit 3
B10 . B10
D05
Data bit 5
B11 . B11
D07
Data bit 7
B12 . B12
D09
Data bit 9
B13 . B13
D11
Data bit 11
B14 . B14
D13
Data bit 13
B15 . B15
D15
Data bit 15
B16 . B16
GND
Ground
B17 , B17
A03
Address bit 3
B18 , B18
A05
Address bit 5
B19 , B19
A07
Address bit 7
B20 , B20
A09
Address bit 8
B21 , B21
A11
Address bit 11
B22 , B22
A13
Address bit 13
B23 , B23
A15
Address bit 15
B24 , B24
A17
Address bit 17
B25 . B25
GND
Ground
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3.8 FAX-L1000 PostScript kit
3.8.1 Safety and precautions
Danger by Static Charge
Static charge can change the electrical characteristics of the DIMM or damage it. Do not
handle the DIMM under circumstances where static charge might occur easily.
When reparing or replacing the DIMMs, first touch the grounded metal part to
prevent damage from static charge, and do not touch electrical parts on the
DIMM.
3.8.2 Service operations
a) External view
Figure 5-82 External View
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b) Installation
b-1)
Unplug the power cord and remove any interface cables from the
rear of the printer.
b-2)
Remove the telephone line from the fax jack marked
b-3)
Remove end of the handset connector cord from the extension
phone jack marked
and remove the handset from the handset
cradle.
b-4)
Remove the screw in the side cover.
b-5)
Remove the side cover by sliding it sideways until it unlocks from
the printer.
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NOTE
b-6)
Flip the top of the side cover outwards, then lift the cover slightly
and remove it from the printer.
b-7)
Loosen the screw at the top of the memory slot cover.
Loosen the screw with a large coin, or similar object, then use your fingers to
rotate the screw until the cover opens. You do not need to remove the screw
completely.
b-8)
Swing open the cover and lift it off the printer.
To avoid electric shock, do not open the covers.
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b-9)
NOTE
Remove the ROM DIMM from its packaging and insert it into the
socket by pushing it into the middle of the three slots at the top
right of the motherboard until it snaps into place.
• Be sure to open the entrance to the second socket by pushing back on the
left tab for that slot.
• Make sure the indent on the module is on the right side of the module as
you press it into the board.
• If the module is inserted into a different slot, it will not operate correctly.
Therefore, be sure to insert the module into the correct (middle) slot.
b-10) Place the memory slot cover back on the printer and close it.
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b-11) Tighten the screw at the top of the memory slot cover to secure it
in position.
NOTE
• Replace the side cover after you have finished adding the DIMM boards.
• Plug in the power cord and any interface cables you removed from the
rear of the printer.
• Reconnect the telephone line to the fax jack marked .
• Reconnect the end of the handset connector cord to the extension phone
jack marked
and place the handset on the handset cradle.
b-12) Performing a Cold Reset. Please refer to 3.10.2 Service Operations: c) Cold Rest when performing a Cold Reset.
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3.8.3 Technical Information
a) Specifications
Type
ROM DIMM, 72-pin
Capacity
8MB
Font
136fonts
PDL
Adobe PostScript Level 3
b) Operations
This DIMM contains 136 types of PS fonts and a program to interpret PostScript Level 3
(PS). By connecting this DIMM to the main unit, the main unit can be used as a PS printer
other than PCL.
The PDL unit distinguishes between PCL and PS.
3.8.4 Maintenance and service
a) Troubleshooting
"PS OPTION ERROR"
<Possible causes>
1.Defective optional PS ROM DIMM
Action: Replace the PS ROM DIMM.
2.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
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3.9 RAM DIMM Module
3.9.1 Safety and precautions
Danger by Static Charge
Static charge can change the electrical characteristics of the DIMM or damage it. Do not
handle the DIMM under circumstances where static charge might occur easily.
When reparing or replacing the DIMMs, first touch the grounded metal part to
prevent damage from static charge, and do not touch electrical parts on the
DIMM.
3.9.2 Service operations
a) External View
16MB
8MB
Figure 5-83 External View
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b) Installation
Please refer to FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit step b-8) for the procedures up to opening the
side cover.
b-1)
Open the tab on the right side of the memory slot by the moving it
to the right.
b-2)
Remove the RAM DIMM from its packaging and insert it into the
socket at the bottom of the memory slot board.
tab
b-3)
Make sure: the tab of the memory slot snaps close.
Make sure the notch on the front edge of the RAM DIMM is to the left
when you insert the RAM DIMM into the socket.
NOTE
b-4)
Insert the other RAM DIMM into the second slot above the first DIMM
following the procedure above.
There are 4MB, 8MB, and 16MB RAM DIMMs available.
NOTE
b-5)
Perform the Cold Reset. Please refer to 3.10.2 Service Operations: c)
Cold Rest when performing the Cold Reset.
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3.9.3 Technical informations
a) Specifications
Type
EDO RAM DIMM, 72-Pin
Access time
60ns
Capacity
4MB, 8MB, 16MB
b) Operations
This option memory is used to store print data, and it comes in several sizes:4MB, 8MB,
and 16MB.
The printer uses an advanced Memory Reduction Technology that compresses documents,
when necessary. This reduces the memory requirements for printing complex pages. These
could include duplex documents, documents using a variety of fonts, scanned or dithered
photographs and documents containing large amounts of graphical data. This type of
compression greatly reduces memory errors while printing, however, it can also reduce the
print speed and print quality of some documents. With more memory, the printer can handle
more complex documents without having to use compression.
The table below lists the minimum amount of total memory required for duplex printing to
operate effectively. For example, the printer has 4 MB of standard memory so for the 8 MB
listed in the table below, you need an additional 4 MB of memory.
Minimum Memory Requirements for the Duplex Unit
Print resolution
Page Size
300 x 300 dpi
Letter, A4
Legal
Letter, A4
Legal
Letter, A4
4 MB
4 MB
4 MB
4 MB
4 MB
4 MB
4 MB
4 MB
8 MB
8 MB
Legal
8 MB
12 MB
600 x 600 dpi
1200 x 1200 dpi
No duplex unit installed
Duplex unit installed
Canon recommends adding more memory than listed above.
NOTE
Even with a total of 8 MB, you may need to install additional memory if you frequently
print complicated documents that contain large amounts of data.
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3.9.4 Maintenance and service
a) Troubleshooting
The main unit does not recognize the optional memory
<Possible causes>
1.Defective optional memory
Action: Replace the optional memory
2.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace PDL board
"OPTION RAM ERROR"
<Possible causes>
1.Defective optional RAM DIMM
Action: Replace the RAM DIMM.
2.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
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3.10 FAX-L1000 Printer kit
3.10.1 Safety and precautions
When attaching this unit to the main unit, take care not to touch the hands with the power
supply elements (heat sink, etc.). If the hands touch the elements, burns may result.
3.10.2 Service operations
a) Eternal View
Figure 5-84 External View
b) Installation
b-1) Unpacking
Check that the box contains the FAX-L1000 Printer kit and the two screws.
b-2) Preparation
Perform the operations below before attaching the option.
(1) Disconnect the modular jack cord (telephone line) from the fax.
(2) Disconnect the power cord of the fax unit at the power source. Wait at least 10 minutes
for the power supply unit to cool before continuing to work.
(3) Remove the one screw and remove the right cover.
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Right cover
Figure 5-85 Preparations for Installation 1
(4) Remove the six screws and remove the shield cover.
Shield cover
Figure 5-86 Preparations for Installation 2
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b-3) Attaching the option
(1) Insert the option into the main unit. Attach the option by aligning it with the hooks in
the circles in the figure and sliding it in the figure indicated by the black arrow.
(2) After inserting the option, insert connectors of the option into J33, J34, J35 and J40
on the TWINS board.
(3) Fasten the option in place with the seven screws.
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit (Option)
Figure 5-87 FAX-L1000 Printer Kit Installation
(4) Fasten the right cover in place with the one screw.
b-4) Performing a Cold Reset
Please refer to item c) when performing a Cold Reset.
b-5) Removing the option
When removing the option, perform the steps in b-3) Attaching the option in reverse
order. Be sure to remove the option only after turning the power off.
c) Cold Reset
The term “Cold Reset” is used to indicate the function by which the settings stored in the
NVRAM on the PDL board are reset to factory default settings. If you have installed an
optional module or card for the PDL board, you must execute this function.
User data and service data are not changed even if Cold Reset is done.
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Cold Reset may be any of the following three types:
•Cold Reset
Used to rest all settings except the recording paper size under PAGE COUNT and TEST
PRINT of TEST MENU back to their factory default settings.
•Cold Reset A4
Used to set the recording paper size under TEST PRINT to A4 and to reset all other
settings to factory default settings. The PAGE COUNT data will be cleared.
•Cold Reset LTR
Used to set the recording paper size under TEST PRINT to LTR and to reset all other
settings to factory default settings. The PAGE COUNT data will be cleared.
If you have installed a PDL board, be sure to use Cold Reset A4 or Cold Reset LTR. If you
want A4 for TEST PRINT of TEST MENU, use Cold Reset A4; on the other hand, if you
want LTR, use Cold Reset LTR.
If you have installed a different module or card, use Cold Reset.
•Cold Reset LTR
(1) Make sure that the main unit is unplugged.
(2) Press and hold down the Item, Value and Enter/Cancel buttons at the same time.
Then plug the main unit in while still pressing the Item, Value and Enter/Cancel
buttons.
(3) When you see the “COLD RESET LTR” message, release all the buttons.
•Cold Reset A4
(1) Make sure that the main unit is unplugged.
(2) Press and hold down the Menu, Item and Value buttons at the same time. Then plug
the main unit in while still pressing the Menu, Item and Value buttons.
(3) When you see the “COLD RESET A4” message, release all the buttons.
•Cold Reset
(1) Make sure that the main unit is unplugged.
(2) Press and hold down the Go button. Then plug the main unit in while still pressing the
Go button.
(3) When you see the “COLD RESET” message, release all the buttons.
NOTE
• After the factory defaults have been reset, the main unit enters the standby
mode.
• The main unit automatically checks which options are installed after a
cold reset is performed. When the main unit has finished warming up, the
On Line indicator comes on and “READY” appears in the display.
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3.10.3 Technical informations
a) Configuration and construction
1. Product name
FAX-L1000 Printer kit
10.12" (257mm)
2. External view
2.56"
(65mm)
7.56" (197mm)
Figure 5-88 External View
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b) Specifications
Printing resolution
600/1200 dpi
Printing speed (*1)
Approx. 17 pages/min. (Letter, 600 dpi), about 8.5 pages/min. (Letter, 1200 dpi)
Approx. 16 pages/min. (A4, 600 dpi), about 8 pages/min. (A4, 1200 dpi)
First print time (*2)
15.2 sec. or less (A4, 600 dpi, face-down)
14.1 sec. or less (A4, 600 dpi, face-up)
Wait time
25 sec. or less
Scanning pitch
Horizontal
Vertical
600/1200 dpi
600/1200 dpi
Image formation system
LASER
Semiconductor laser
Scanning system
Rotating six-faced prism mirror (Scanning mirror)
Photosensitive drum OPC
Charging
Roller charging
Exposure
LASER scanning
Toner
Magnetic single-component dry toner
Development
Toner projection development
Toner supply
By FX6 cartridge replacement
Transfer
Roller transfer
Separation
Curvature
Cleaning
Blade
Fixing
On-demand method
Feeding
Multi-purpose tray, Cassette, Paper feeder, Envelope feeder (option)
Print paper
Plain paper, recycled paper, colored paper, labels, OHT, envelopes
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Paper sizes
Multi-purpose tray
Cassette1
Cassette2
98.4mm (W) × 190mm (L)(min.) ~ 216mm (W) × 356mm (L)
(max.) size plain paper (60g/m2 ~ 128g/m2 recommended paper),
above-mentioned paper
Letter, Legal, and A4-sized plain paper (60g/m 2 ~ 105g/m 2
recommended paper), recycled paper, colored paper
Letter, Legal, B5-JIS, Executive, Custom and A4-sized plain
paper (60g/m2 ~ 105g/m2 recommended paper), recycled paper,
colored paper
Multi-purpose tray capacity
10mm stack (about 100 sheets of 80g/m2 paper)
Cassette capacity
56mm stack (about 500 sheets of 80g/m2 paper)
Cassette types
Cassette1
Cassette2
Universal (Letter, Legal, A4 sizes)
Universal (Letter, Legal, A4, B5-JIS, Executive, Custom sizes)
Print delivery
Face-down/Face-up
Face-down tray capacity
Upper output tray
17.4mm stack ( Approx. 100 sheets of 80g/m2 paper)
Lower output tray
42.8mm stack ( Approx. 200 sheets of 80g/m2 paper)
Face-up tray capacity
Approx. 50 sheets (80g/m2 paper)
*1. At the room temperature of 20°C with rated voltage input.
*2. When the printer is in READY state at a room temperature of 20°C, the time from
reception of the PRINT signal from the PDL board until an A4-sized print is delivered
to the face-down or face-up tray.
CPU
RISC processor: Intel 960HD-50
RAM
Standard: 4MB
Maximum: 36MB
ROM
4MB
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ROM DIMM socket
3
RAM DIMM socket
2
Host interface
Standard: IEEE 1284 parallel interface
Option: expansion interface (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX)
Language
Standard: PCL 5e plus PCL-XL
Option: Adobe PostScript Level 3
Resident fonts
45 Scalable fonts (MicroType fonts), 8 Bitmap font
Optional fonts
136 fonts
Scalar
UFST
Dimensions
7.56" (W) × 10.12" (D) × 2.56" (H) (197mm × 257mm × 65mm)
Weight
Approx. 2.65 lbs (1.2 kg)
Please refer to Chapter 3: Technical Reference , for printer function
specifications.
REFERENCE
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c) Overview
•High speed printing
Equipped with the Intel 960HD-50 processor, this printer is compact in size and capable of
printing a maximum of approx. 16 pages/min. (A4).
•Excellent image quality
Resolution of 1200/600/300DPI, super fine particle toner, and automatic image refinement
provide excellent image.
•Various paper source in option
The three kinds of optional paper source, paper feeder, envelope feeder, and duplexing
unit, will meet various requirements for a user.
In addition to the standard equipped multi-purpose tray and built-in cassette, installation of
the optional paper feeder and envelope feeder provide a user the four-way paper pick-up
sources.
Installation of the duplexing unit enables duplex printing.
•Memory saving technology
Memory Reduction Technology enables A4/LTR size single-side printing (1200 × 1200DPI
resolution) with only 4MB of memory.
•Energy saving
Employment of on-demand fixing method that automatically reduces power consumption
when the printer is idle for the specified period of time offers lower power consumption.
•Reduction in toner consumption
Toner consumption can be reduced by selecting the economy mode and printing rough
image with lesser toner.
•Automatic PDL switch
This printer supports the Hewlett-Packard PCL6 printer language. It can also support the
Adobe PostScript 3 by installing the optional FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit. It automatically
switches PDL between PCL and PostScript according to the received data.
•Features of interface
This printer supports automatic interface switch between all active ports. The printer is
equipped with the IEEE 1284 compliant parallel interface that supports bi-directional
communication between the printer and the computer. The network board is available as an
option, and the printer is equipped with the I/O slots that allow the printer to be connected
to the Ethernet network environments. As a result, the printer can be connected to multiple
computers simultaneously.
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d) Operations
•Outline
When this unit is attached to the main unit, the main unit can be used as a PCL printer. This
unit has a centronics interface, and can be used as a local printer by connection with a PC.
Also, the following options are available with this board.
•FAX-L1000 Network Printer Upgrade Kit
•FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit
•RAM DIMM Module
Adapter board
PDL board
FAX-L1000 Network
Printer Upgrade Kit
Firmware ROM DIMM
TWINS
board
Parallel interface connector
FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit
RAM DIMM Module
Figure 5-89 Options
Connecting this unit to the main unit gives it printer, fax, and copy functions.
With these functions, print operation is not done in priority sequence if performed
simultaneously. Instead, the first function to request printing begins to print. However, one
exception is when printing data received by fax and there is a request for printing from the
printer, printing from the printer takes priority.
If a PDL unit is attached, the PRT. Message button on the lower right of the control panel
LCD becomes available. When switching between fax and print operations, press the PRT.
Message button. The printer button becomes unavailable when faxing, and the fax button
becomes unavailable when printing.
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•The Flow of Print Data
The main unit’s printing operations are done totally independently when faxing and
printing, but data communications between the PDL board and the ECNT board are all
done through the SCNT board.
When printing, when PDL data is sent from the PC go the PDL board (when using the
optional ethernet board), the PDL board converts the PDL data into print data and sends this
converted data to the TWINS board.
When the PDL board and the TWINS board transmit print data, the flow of data is divided
in to two categories, control (nCMD, nRDY, etc) and image (nVDO, nBD, nTOP),
depending on the signal type.
a.Control Signal
(1) The control signal is sent from the PDL board to the TWINS IC, passes through the
data bus, and is forwarded to the system controller IC on the SCNT board.
(2) The control signal sent to the system controller IC is sent to the ECNT board as-is.
(3) The ECNT board sends a signal to the SCNT board system controller IC in response to
the control signal it received.
(4) The response signal is forwarded from the system controller IC to the TWINS IC,
passing through the data bus, and is sent to the PDL board.
PDL data from PC
TWINS Board
1
nRDY etc.
1
Video
interface
System
controller
IC
Data
bus
TWINS
IC
4
4
PDL Board
2
3
SCNT Board
Ethernet Board
PDL data from Network
ECNT Board
Figure 5-90 Flow of Print Data 1
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b.Image Signal
(1) The image signal (nVDO) is sent from the PDL board to the TWINS board selector
IC.
(2) The image signal (nVDO) from the fax (SCNT board) and the image signal (nVDO)
from the printer (PDL board) are switched by the selector IC.
(3) The nBD and nTOP signals from the ECNT board are separated by the TWINS board
and sent to the SCNT board and the PDL board. However, with facsimile printing, the
signal which would be sent to the PDL board is switched by the selector ICD on the
TWINS board so that it is not sent to the PDL board. With printer printing, it is
switched so that it will be sent.
PDL Data from PC
TWINS Board
TWINS
IC
nVDO
nBD,nTOP
Select signal
nBD,nTOP
Selector
IC
1
PDL Board
nVDO
System
controller
IC
Selector
IC
3
2
SCNT Board
Ethernet Board
nTOP,
nBD
PDL data from Network
ECNT Board
Figure 5-91 Flow of Print Data 2
•Control Panel
The PDL board also controls the printer operation buttons. All communication between the
buttons and the PDL board is done via the SCNT board.
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RESET MENU
RESET=PRINTER
RESET MENU
PCL MENU
SYMSET=ROMAN-8
PCL MENU
PITCH=10.00
PCL MENU
FONTNUM=0
PCL MENU
FNTSRC=INTERNAL
PCL MENU
FORM=60 LINES
ORIENTATION=
PORTRAIT
PAGESIZE=
LETTER
PCL MENU
COPIES=1
RESOLUTION=
600
PCL MENU
PAUSED
READY
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
PS MENU
PRINT ERRS=OFF
PS MENU
COPIES=1
PS MENU
RESOLUTION=600
*
*
*
ON
1 to 999
300, 1200
MENU
LANGUAGE MENU
LANG=ENGLISH
LANGUAGE MENU
*
DANISH, DUTCH,
FINNISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, ITALIAN,
NORWEGIAN,
PORTUGUESE,
SPANISH, SWEDISH
*
OFF
ON
0 to 15
Figure 5-92 PDL Menu Flow
TEST MENU
PRINT EN CONFIG
TEST MENU
CLEANING PAGE
TEST MENU
PRINT PCL DEMO
TEST MENU
CONTINUOUS
TEST MENU
PRINT PS DEMO
TEST MENU
PRINT PCL FONTS
TEST MENU
PRINT PS FONTS
MEMCONFIG MENU
PS3 SAVE=OFF
MEMCONFIG MENU
PCL SAVE=OFF
MEMCONFIG MENU
ETHERNET MENU
*
*
5 to 300
PS, PCL
PARALLEL MENU
I/O TIMEOUT=15
PARALLEL MENU
BI DIRECTION=ON
PERSONALITY=
AUTO
PARALLEL MENU
*
*
*
*
*
5 to 300
OFF
PS, PCL
ON
ON
Press the Item key to select the item.
Press the Enter key to select the value.
Shaded menus appear after an option has been installed. E.g. PostScript 3
Module I with the Adobe PostScript 3 software or Network modules.
Whether the PS Module is installed or not, MEMCONFIG MENU will appear
if memory is increased.
*
*
*
OFF
ON
ETHERNET MENU
I/O TIMEOUT=15
SHORT
ON
CONFIG MENU
REFINE=ON
ECONOMY MODE=
OFF
A5, B5-JIS, EXEC, COM10,
MONARCH, C5, DL, CUSTOM,
B5-ISO, A4, LEGAL
C5, DL, MONARCH, B5-ISO
CONFIG MENU
DENSITY=7
ON
*
*
TEST MENU
TEST PRINT
*
*
*
*
*
CONFIG MENU
AUTOCONT=ON
CONFIG MENU
JAMRECOVERY=OFF
CONFIG MENU
Menu
Shift and Menu
Item
Shift and Item
Value
Shift and Value
PERSONALITY=
AUTO
TEST
FEEDER MENU
BINDING=LONG
FEEDER MENU
DUPLEX=OFF
FEEDER MENU
ENVSIZE=COM10
FEEDER MENU
MPTSIZE=LETTER
FEEDER MENU
MANUAL=OFF
CASSETTE1, MPT,
FEEDER MENU
ENVELOPE
FEED=CASSETTE2
*
(If installed)
FEEDER MENU
OFF
TRAY SWITCH=ON
FEEDER MENU
Value level
Item level
To move :
Forward
Back
Forward
Back
Forward
Back
Press :
TEST MENU
SHOW PAGE COUNT
TEST MENU
ISO L1, ISO L2, ISO L5, PC-8, PC-8 D/N, PC-850, PC-852, PC8-TK, WIN L1, WIN L2, WIN L5,
DESKTOP, PS TEXT, VN INTL, VN US, MS PUBL, MATH-8, PS MATH, VN MATH, PI FONT,
LEGAL, ISO 4, ISO 6, ISO 11, ISO 15, ISO 17, ISO 21, ISO 60, ISO 69, WIN 3.0
0.44 to 99.99
1 to 52
SOFT
5 to 128
LANDSCAPE
A5, EXEC, COM10, MONARCH, C5
DL, B5-JIS, B5-ISO, A4, LEGAL
1 to 999
1200, 300
PS MENU
Press the Menu button to display the name of the first
Press the Go button to take the printer
Menu level
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e) Components
Video controller circuit receives print data consisting of code or image data from external
device (such as host computer) via interface cable.
The circuit analyzes and processes the print data including the data specified by the
operation panel, and then converts them to the dot data. The dot data are sent to the ECNT
board to control the laser diode emission.
The layout of the main ICs on this circuit is in Figure 5-93, and the block diagram in Figure
5-94.
CPU (IC1)
A 32-bit RISC microprocessor (FC80960HD) made by Intel co. is used for the CPU in the
printer, and its operation frequency is 50MHz. The CPU controls the operation of the PDL
board according to the control program stored in the ROM.
ASIC (IC2)
The ASIC is graphic co-processor and has the following functions.
•DRAM control
•ROM control
•Video interface control
•IEEE 1284 parallel port interface control
•I/O bass interface support
ASIC (AIR, IC3)
The ASCI has smoothing control circuit and SRAM.
Its main functions are as follows.
•Smoothing control of image
•EEPROM control
•Operation panel interface control
DRAM
4-Mbyte DRAM is installed on the PDL board.
72pin-DIMM of 4-, 8-, or 16-Mbyte can be installed to the two slots on the PDL board.
ROM
A 4 Mbyte ROM is installed on the PDL board. In some cases, the 4 Mbyte ROM is
installed on the firmware ROM DIMM. In those cases, this ROM DIMM is installed in the
connector (J6) on the PDL board.
Of the three connectors, the two connectors, one in the middle (J7) and the other one at the
bottom (J8), can be used by the user to install 4 Mbyte or 8 Mbyte ROM DIMM. The
optional FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit is installed in the middle connector (J7). The bottom
connector (J8) is not used. The connector at the top (J6) is exclusively for the Firmware
ROM DIMM.
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EEPROM (IC10)
EEPROM is 4-Kbytes, and is used for storing the factory default value and the user set
value defined on the operation panel.
EEPROM
AIR
J3
IC10
IC3
J9
ASIC
IC2
IC1
J2
CPU
J1
J6
ROM DIMM0
J7
ROM DIMM1
J8
ROM DIMM2 (Not used)
RAM DIMM0
J5
RAM DIMM1
J4
Figure 5-93 Components
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<J7/8>
<J4/5>
Extension I/O
ROM DIMM
Extension I/O
RAM DIMM
Adapter PCB
<J6>
ROM DIMM
<J3>
Resident ROM
RESET
RAM 4MB
<J2>
TWINS board
ASIC
nVCLK
nLYNC
nCVDO
AIR
Buffer
EEPROM
<J1>
IEEE1284
Figure 5-94 Block Diagram
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3.10.4 Maintenance and service
a) Test print
The following items can be printed by selecting and executing a TEST MENU:
•SHOW PAGE COUNT
Displays the total number of printed pages when used as a printer. The total page number is
only shown briefly on the display but does not print. The page count prints in the TEST
PRINT.
This counter displays the number of printed pages when used as a printer. When
checking the total number of printed pages for this unit, please check with the
service mode #7 PRINTER #3 PRINT COUNT.
•TEST PRINT
Make a Test Print. The Test Print lists the printing environment settings and also displays
the graphic and text printing capabilities.
•PRINT PS FONTS
Available only after the Translator Module A5 for FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit has been
installed. Prints the PS Font List.
•PRINT PCL FONTS
Prints the PCL Font List.
•PRINT PS DEMO
Available only after the Translator Module A5 for FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit has been
installed. Prints the PS demonstration page.
•PRINT PCL DEMO
Prints the PCL demonstration page.
•CONTINUOUS TEST
Make continuous Test Prints.
•CLEANING PAGE
See following page.
Follow these steps to make a Test Print:
(1) Press the Go button to set the printer off-line. The On line indicator should be OFF and
PAUSED appears in display.
(2) Press the Menu button until you see “TEST MENU” in the top line.
(3) Press the Item button until you see “TEST PRINT” in the bottom line.
(4) Press the Enter button to start printing a Test Print.
(5) After the pages are printed, press the Go button to put the printer on-line.
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Use the Test Print to verify the operation panel selections, system configurations (memory
and options), and print quality.
Figure 5-95 Test Print
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•Cleaning Page
When the dirty fixing unit is the cause of image defect, the fixing unit can be cleaned by the
user.
The toner on the upper pressure roller can be removed by printing the cleaning pattern in
figure 5-96 Cleaning Page and re-feeding the paper (cleaning page). The procedure is as
shown below.
Figure 5-96 Cleaning Page
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(1) Press the Go button to set the printer off-line. The On line indicator should be OFF and
PAUSED appears in display.
(2) Press the Menu button until you see “TEST MENU” in the top line.
(3) Go to the “CLEANING PAGE” item in the TEST MENU.
(4) Press the Enter/Cancel button.
(5) The message “LOAD <size> IN MANUAL” is displayed (Because the data requests
Manual feed mode.) [Note]
(6) Load a paper requested in the multi-purpose tray.
(7) Press the Go button.
(8) CLEANING PAGE is created at 600dpi.
(9) The message “LOAD CLEANING PAGE IN MANUAL” is displayed after delivering
paper.
(10) Load the sheet (CLEANING PAGE), the printed side down, in the multi-purpose tray.
(11) Press the Go button.
(12) Print blank page onto cleaning page at 1200dpi.
The paper size requested by ‘cleaning page’ is page size item value in PCL
MENU.
b) Troubleshooting
Please refer to Chapter 4: Maintenance and Service for information related to
printing problems, trouble with facsimile functions, etc.
REFERENCE
"5F-50 ERROR" (fixing unit malfunction)
<Possible causes>
1.Broken or short-circuited thermistor
Action: Turn the power OFF and remove the fixing unit. Measure the resistance between
the fixing unit connector J132-1 (THRM) and J132-2 (GND). If the resistance is not in the
range of 300kΩ to 500kΩ (standard temperature), replace the fixing film unit.
2.Broken heater wire/blown thermal fues
Action: If there is no continuity between the fixing unit connectors J143F (NEUTRAL)
and J142F (HOT) with the fixing unit removed, replace the fixing film unit.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
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"5F-52 ERROR" (Scanner unit malfunction)
<Possible causes>
1.Poor contact in LASER/scanner unit connectors
Action: Reconnect the BD board connector J551, LASER driver board connector J501 and
scanner motor connector J401.
2.Poor contact in ECNT board connector
Action: Reconnect the ECNT board connector J53 correctly.
3.Defective LASER/scanner unit
Action: Replace the LASER/scanner unit.
4.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace ECNT board.
5.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace SCNT board.
6.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
7.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"5F-54 ERROR" (Main motor malfunction)
<Possible causes>
1.Poor contact in the MAIN MOTOR DRIVE signal line connectors
Action: Reconnect the main motor connector J301 and ECNT board connector J52
correctly.
2.Defective main motor
Action: Replace the main motor.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
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"5F-56 ERROR" (Duplexing unit exhaust fan (FM701) malfunction)
<Possible causes>
1.Poor contact in the connectors of the FM701 drive signal line
Action: Reconnect the intermediate connectors J718 and J719, then the duplexing unit
driver board connector J707.
2.Defective fan motor
Action: Replace the exhaust fan.
3.Defective duplexing unit driver board
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver board.
"5F-59 ERROR" (Cooling fan (FM101) malfunction)
<Possible causes>
1.Poor contact in the connector of the FM101 drive signal line
Action: Reconnect the ECNT board connector J54.
2.Defective fan motor
Action: Disconnect the ECNT board connector J54. Turn the power ON, then measure the
voltage between ECNT board connector J54-1 (/FON) and J54-3 (GND). If the voltage
changes from 0V to about 24V, replace the cooling fan.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"5F-60 ERROR" (Duplex Option error)
<Possible causes>
1.Defective duplexing unit connector
Action: Remove the duplexing unit from the printer and check the connector. Replace the
connector if any failure is found.
2.Defective printer connector
Action: Check the connector. Replace the connector if any failure is found.
3.Defective duplexing unit driver board
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver board.
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4.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board
5.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
6.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
7.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"5F-61 ERROR” (Envelope Option error)
<Possible causes>
1.Defective envelope feeder connector
Action: Remove the envelope feeder from the printer and check the connector. Replace the
connector if any failure is found.
2.Defective printer connector
Action: Check the connector. Replace the connector if any failure is found.
3.Defective envelope feeder driver board
Action: Replace the envelope feeder driver board.
4.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
5.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
6.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
7.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"5F-62 ERROR” (Feeder Option error)
<Possible causes>
1.Defective paper feeder connector
Action: Remove the paper feeder and check the connector. If any failure is found, replace
it.
2.Defective printer connector
Action: Check the connector. If any failure is found, replace it.
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3.Defective paper feeder driver board
Action: Replace the paper feeder driver board.
4.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
5.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
6.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
7.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"6F-61 ERROR" (Resident ROM checksum error)
<Possible causes>
1.Defective firmware ROM DIMM
Action: Replace the firmware ROM DIMM.
2.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"6F-63 ERROR" (Resident DRAM checksum error)
<Possible causes>
1.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"6F-68 ERROR" (NVRAM (EEPROM) error)
<Possible causes>
1.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"6F-7A ERROR" (SRAM in AIR chip error)
<Possible causes>
1.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"PARALLEL INTERFACE ERROR"
<Possible causes>
1.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
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"TONER CARTRIDGE MISSING" message appears when it is installed
<Possible causes>
1.Poor contact between the printer contact and the cartridge contact
Action: Clean the contacts if dirty. Replace the part(s) if deformed or damaged, or the
problem still remains after cleaning.
2.Defective cartridge
Action: Replace the cartridge.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"CASSETTE 1 MISSING" message appears when it is installed
<Possible causes>
1.Damaged cassette size lever in the cassette
Action: Replace the lever.
2.Defective paper size detection board
Action: Replace the paper size detection board.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"PRINTER OPEN" message appears when the cover is closed
<Possible causes>
1.Damaged cartridge door lever
Action: Replace the cartridge door.
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2.Defective printer cover
Action: Replace the printer cover sensor.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"TOP BIN FULL" message appears when the actual paper level is not full
<Possible causes>
1.Locked or damaged recording paper overload sensor lever
Action: Set the lever to move smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
2.Defective recording paper overload sensor.
Action: Replace the sensor.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"LOAD <SIZE> IN CASSETTE 1" message appears when the specified sized
paper is in the cassette
<Possible causes>
1.Damaged paper detection lever
Action: Replace the lever.
2.Defective recording paper size sensor
Action: Replace the sensor.
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3.Defective paper size detection board
Action: Replace the paper size detection board.
4.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
5.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
6.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
7.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"LOAD <SIZE> IN MPT" message appears when the specified sized paper is
in the multi-purpose tray
<Possible causes>
1.Damaged paper detection lever
Action: Replace the lever.
2.Defective multi-purpose tray paper sensor
Action: Replace the sensor.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"LOAD <SIZE> IN CASSETTE 2" message appears when the specified sized
paper is in the paper feeder
<Possible causes>
1.Damaged paper detection lever
Action: Replace the lever.
2.Defective cassette recording paper size sensor of the Paper Feed Unit PF-52
Action: Replace the sensor.
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3.Defective paper feeder driver board
Action: Replace the paper feeder driver board.
4.Defective paper size detection board
Action: Replace the paper size detection board.
5.Defective ECNT board.
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
6.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
7.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
8.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"LOAD <SIZE> IN ENV." message appears when the specified sized envelope
is in the envelope feeder.
<Possible causes>
1.Damaged envelope detection lever
Action: Replace the lever.
2.Defective envelope feeder driver board
Action: Replace the envelope feeder driver board.
3.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
4.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
5.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
6.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"CLOSE FACE-UP TRAY" message appears when the face-up tray is closed
at the time of using duplexing unit
<Possible causes>
1.Spring is out of position
Action: Remove the right cover of the duplexing unit and check the spring. If the spring is
out of position, set it in the correct position.
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2.Damaged top cover sensor lever of the duplexing unit
Action: Replace the top cover.
3.Defective face-up tray paper sensor
Action: Replace the sensor.
4.Defective duplexing unit driver board
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver board.
"PAPER JAM" message appears when the paper jam has not occurred, and
the printer cannot be in READY mode.
<Possible causes>
1.Top of page sensor lever does not move smoothly or is damaged.
Action: Set the lever to move smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
2.Recording paper eject sensor lever does not move smoothly or is damaged.
Action: Set the lever to move smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
3.Defective top of page sensor
Action: Replace the sensor.
4.Defective recording paper eject sensor 1
Action: Replace the sensor.
5.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
6.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
7.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
8.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
"DUPLEX JAM" message appears when the paper jam has not occurred; so,
the printer cannot be in READY mode.
<Possible causes>
1.Reversing paper sensor lever does not move smoothly, or is damaged.
Action: Set the lever to move smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
2.Duplexing unit pick-up paper sensor lever does not move smoothly, or is damaged.
Action: Set the lever to move smoothly. Replace it if damaged.
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3.Defective reversing paper sensor
Action: Replace the sensor.
4.Defective duplexing unit pick-up paper sensor 1
Action: Replace the sensor.
5.Defective duplexing unit driver board
Action: Replace the duplexing unit driver board.
6.Defective ECNT board
Action: Replace the ECNT board.
7.Defective SCNT board
Action: Replace the SCNT board.
8.Defective TWINS board
Action: Replace the TWINS board.
9.Defective PDL board
Action: Replace the PDL board.
c) Signal description
PDL board(J2) ,/ TWINS board connector(J35)
J2
J35
Signal name
Description
a1 , 1
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
a2 . 2
GND
Ground
PDL board(J2) ,/ TWINS board connector(J34)
J2
J34
Signal name
Description
b1 / 10
+5.0V
PDL board detect signal H:Yes, L:No
b2 / 9
nSCEN
Serial clock enable
b3 / 8
nPCLK
Clock
b4 / 7
nCOMWR
The SO signal is a signal for distinguishing
between commands and data. H:Command
L:Data
b5 . 6
nDENB
Not used
b6 / 5
SO
Operation panel control signal
(Command or Data)
b7 , 4
SI
Button data
b8 . 3
GND
Ground
b9 , 2
+3.3V
Logic drive voltage
b10 . 1
GND
Ground
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PDL board(J2) ,/ TWINS board connector(J33)
J2
J33
Signal name
Description
c1 . 26
GND
Ground
c2 , 25
nBD
Horizontal sync signal
c3 , 24
nPPRDY
Printer power ready signal
c4 , 23
nRDY
Ready signal
c5 , 22
nTOP
Vertical sync signal
c6 , 21
nSBSY
Status busy signal
c7 , 20
nSTS
Status signal
PDL board(J2) ,/ TWINS board connector(J33)
J2
J33
Signal name
Description
c8 . 19
nPCLK
Not used
c9 / 18
nCBSY
Command busy signal
c10 / 17
nPRNT
Print signal
c11 / 16
nPRFD
Pre-feed signal
c12 / 15
nCPRDY
Controller power ready signal
c13 . 14
GND
Ground
c14 / 13
nCMD
Command signal
c15 / 12
nCCLK
Controller clock signal
c16 . 11
GND
Ground
c17 / 10
nVDO
Video signal
c18 . 9
GND
Ground
c19 , 8
nCCRT
Condition change report signal
c20 . 7
nPDLV
Not used
c21 . 6
nPFED
Not used
c22 . 5
NC
Not connected
c23 , 4
+5.0V
Logic drive voltage
c24 , 3
+5.0V
Logic drive voltage
c25 . 2
GND
Ground
c26 . 1
GND
Ground
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