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HP Color LaserJet 1600
Service Manual
HP Color LaserJet 1600
Service Manual
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Table of contents
1 Product information
Quick access to printer information.........................................................................................................2
Printer configuration................................................................................................................................3
Printer features........................................................................................................................................4
Walk around.............................................................................................................................................6
Front view (shown with optional Tray 3).................................................................................6
Back and side view.................................................................................................................7
Control panel...........................................................................................................................8
Understanding supplies status...............................................................................8
Understanding printer status..................................................................................8
Understanding control panel layout.......................................................................9
Software.................................................................................................................................................11
Supported drivers..................................................................................................................11
Software and supported operating systems........................................................11
Software for Windows...........................................................................................................11
Uninstalling Windows software.............................................................................................12
Print-media specifications......................................................................................................................13
General guidelines................................................................................................................13
Paper and print media...........................................................................................................13
Printing and storage environment.........................................................................................13
Envelopes.............................................................................................................................14
Labels....................................................................................................................................16
Transparencies.....................................................................................................................16
Media support tables.............................................................................................................16
Supported print media for Tray 1, Tray 2, and optional Tray 3............................16
Unsupported media (media to avoid)...................................................................17
2 Installation
Site preparation.....................................................................................................................................20
Operating environment.........................................................................................................20
Minimum system requirements.............................................................................................21
Requirements for PC systems.............................................................................21
Package contents..................................................................................................................................22
Install input devices...............................................................................................................................23
Installing optional Tray 3.......................................................................................................23
Loading Tray 1......................................................................................................................23
Installing supplies..................................................................................................................25
Print cartridges.....................................................................................................25
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3 Managing and maintenance
Managing supplies.................................................................................................................................30
Life expectancies of replacement supplies...........................................................................30
Checking and ordering supplies...........................................................................................30
To check status using the control panel..............................................................30
To check and order supplies using HP Toolbox..................................................30
Storing supplies....................................................................................................................31
Replacing and recycling supplies.........................................................................................31
Replacing the print cartridges..............................................................................31
HP policy on non-HP supplies..............................................................................................31
HP anti-counterfeit Web site.................................................................................................31
Cleaning the printer...............................................................................................................................32
To clean the printer at the printer..........................................................................................32
To clean the fuser using HP Toolbox...................................................................................33
Cleaning spilled toner...........................................................................................................33
Calibrating the printer............................................................................................................................34
To calibrate the printer at the printer....................................................................................34
To calibrate the printer from the HP Toolbox........................................................................34
4 Operational theory
Engine control system...........................................................................................................................36
Basic sequence of operation................................................................................................36
Power-on sequence..............................................................................................................37
Motors and fans....................................................................................................................37
Main motor failure detection.................................................................................38
Fan motor failure detection..................................................................................38
Image formation system........................................................................................................................39
Image formation process......................................................................................................41
Latent image formation........................................................................................42
Laser/scanner system..........................................................................................43
Developing stage..................................................................................................................43
Print cartridge.......................................................................................................44
Transfer belt (ETB)...............................................................................................45
Transfer stage.......................................................................................................................46
Separation stage...................................................................................................................47
Fusing stage.........................................................................................................................47
Pickup and feed system........................................................................................................................49
Manual feed slot pickup mechanism....................................................................................51
Paper feed mechanism.........................................................................................................51
Skew correction by the registration shutter..........................................................................51
Jam detection........................................................................................................................52
Solenoid, motor, and fan locations.......................................................................................53
Printed circuit assembly locations.........................................................................................53
250-sheet tray solenoid and printed circuit locations...........................................................54
Service-only tools (service only)............................................................................................................56
General timing chart..............................................................................................................56
Printer calibration..................................................................................................................57
5 Removal and replacement
Overview................................................................................................................................................60
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Service approach...................................................................................................................................61
Pre-service procedures.........................................................................................................61
Removal and replacement procedures.................................................................................................62
Print cartridge replacement...................................................................................................62
ETB removal and replacement.............................................................................................64
Fuser removal and replacement...........................................................................................73
Formatter removal and replacement....................................................................................81
DC controller removal and replacement...............................................................................85
Separation pad removal and replacement............................................................................88
Paper pickup roller removal and replacement......................................................................89
Control panel removal and replacement...............................................................................91
6 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting process.......................................................................................................................98
Troubleshooting checklist.....................................................................................................98
Clearing jams ......................................................................................................................................100
Paper path..........................................................................................................................100
Common causes of paper jams..........................................................................................101
Where to look for jams........................................................................................................102
Jams inside the printer........................................................................................................103
Input jams...........................................................................................................................104
Tray 1.................................................................................................................104
Tray 2.................................................................................................................105
Output jams.........................................................................................................................105
Jams in the top bin.............................................................................................105
Pickup delay jam................................................................................................106
Pickup stationary jam.........................................................................................106
Delivery delay jam..............................................................................................106
Wrapping jam......................................................................................................................106
Delivery stationary jam.......................................................................................................106
Start-up residual paper jam................................................................................................106
Door open jam....................................................................................................................107
Print problems......................................................................................................................................108
Getting information..............................................................................................................108
Control panel messages....................................................................................108
Alert and warning messages.............................................................108
Critical error messages.....................................................................109
Supplies messages...........................................................................110
Status messages...............................................................................113
Status log only messages.................................................................113
Reports menu.....................................................................................................114
Configuration page.............................................................................................115
Supplies Status page.........................................................................................117
Menu map..........................................................................................................117
Status log...........................................................................................................118
Service menu settings........................................................................................120
Secondary service menu....................................................................................120
Printed image quality problems..........................................................................................121
Improving print quality........................................................................................121
Paper Types menu............................................................................121
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Print Modes menu.............................................................................122
Print quality menu..............................................................................122
Understanding print-quality settings...................................................................123
To temporarily change print-quality settings.....................................123
To change print-quality settings for all future jobs............................123
Identifying and correcting printed image defects...............................................124
Print-quality checklist.........................................................................124
Paper handling issues........................................................................................................124
Wrong size/type media.......................................................................................124
Cannot select a tray or feature to use................................................................125
Performance problems.......................................................................................................125
Functional tests (service only).............................................................................................................127
Engine test print..................................................................................................................127
Service mode functions (service only).................................................................................................128
Cold reset............................................................................................................................128
NVRAM initializer................................................................................................................128
Super NVRAM initializer.....................................................................................................128
Restoring page counts and serial number..........................................................................129
Cleaning the ETB................................................................................................................129
Troubleshooting tools..........................................................................................................................130
Printer pages and reports...................................................................................................130
Demo page.........................................................................................................130
Configuration page.............................................................................................131
Event log............................................................................................................132
Supplies Status page.........................................................................................132
Fuser cleaning page...........................................................................................133
Print quality troubleshooting pages....................................................................133
Control panel messages (error codes)..............................................................133
Alert and warning messages.............................................................133
Critical error messages.....................................................................135
Supplies messages...........................................................................135
Status messages................................................................................................................138
Status log only messages...................................................................................................139
Service menu......................................................................................................................139
Restoring the factory-set defaults......................................................................139
To restore the factory-set defaults....................................................139
General print quality issues................................................................................................139
Solving issues with color documents..................................................................................143
HP Toolbox..........................................................................................................................................146
HP Toolbox.........................................................................................................................146
To view HP Toolbox...........................................................................................146
Troubleshooting tab...........................................................................................146
Print quality troubleshooting pages....................................................................................146
Printer calibration................................................................................................................146
Cleaning page.....................................................................................................................146
Configuration page..............................................................................................................147
Diagnostic resources...........................................................................................................................148
Reports menu.....................................................................................................................148
Web diagnostics tools.........................................................................................................148
Repetitive image defect ruler...............................................................................................................149
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Firmware and software updates..........................................................................................................150
7 Parts and diagrams
Overview..............................................................................................................................................152
Assembly locations..............................................................................................................................156
Covers.................................................................................................................................................162
Internal assemblies..............................................................................................................................164
Input devices........................................................................................................................................188
Diagrams.............................................................................................................................................210
Alphabetical parts list...........................................................................................................................211
Numerical parts list..............................................................................................................................240
Appendix A Product specifications
Physical specifications.........................................................................................................................270
Replacement supplies specifications..................................................................................................271
Print cartridge life................................................................................................................271
Electrical specifications.......................................................................................................................272
Environmental specifications...............................................................................................................273
Acoustical specifications......................................................................................................................274
Appendix B Product warranty statements
Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement.......................................................................................276
Print Cartridge Limited Warranty Statement.......................................................................................277
Appendix C Regulatory statements
Declaration of Conformity....................................................................................................................280
Laser safety statement........................................................................................................................281
Canadian DOC statement...................................................................................................................281
VCCI statement (Japan)......................................................................................................................281
Korean EMI statement.........................................................................................................................281
Finnish laser statement.......................................................................................................................282
Index....................................................................................................................................................................283
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Product information
This section provides information about the following topics:
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Quick access to printer information
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Printer configuration
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Printer features
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Walk around
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Software
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Print-media specifications
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Quick access to printer information
User guide
Contains detailed information for using the printer and troubleshooting problems. This guide is
available in two formats on the CD-ROM that came with the printer: in PDF format for printing and
HTML format for online viewing. It is also available through the HP Toolbox software.
Getting started guide
Provides step-by-step instructions for installing and setting up the printer.
HP Toolbox
Use to check the printer status and settings and to view troubleshooting information and online
documentation.
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Printer configuration
HP Color LaserJet 1600
The HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer is available in the configuration described below.
Figure 1-1 HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer
The HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer is a four-color laser printer that prints eight pages per minute
(ppm) in both monochrome (black and white) and color.
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Trays. The printer comes with a single sheet priority feed slot (Tray 1) and a universal tray
(Tray 2) that holds up to 250 sheets of various paper types and sizes or 10 envelopes. It
supports an optional 250-sheet paper tray (optional Tray 3).
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Connectivity. The printer provides a Hi-Speed Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 port for
connectivity.
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Memory. The printer contains 16 megabytes (MB) of synchronous dynamic random access
memory (SDRAM). No additional memory can be added.
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Printer features
Table 1-1 Printer features
Feature
HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer
Color printing
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Provides laser printing in full color by using the four
process colors: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black
(CMYK).
Fast print speed
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Prints in black on letter-size paper up to 8 ppm and on
A4-size paper up to 8 ppm. Prints in color on A4/letter
at 8 ppm.
Excellent print quality
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ImageREt 2400 provides 2400 dpi equivalent color
quality through a multilevel printing process.
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True 600 by 600 dots per inch (dpi) text and graphics.
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Adjustable settings to optimize print quality.
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The HP UltraPrecise print cartridge has a finer toner
formulation that provides sharper text and graphics.
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Few supplies to order. Supplies are easy to install.
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Convenient access to printer information and settings
by using the HP Toolbox software.
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Convenient access to all supplies and to the paper path
through the front door.
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Trays 1 and 2 for letterhead, envelopes, labels,
transparencies, custom-sized media, postcards,
HP LaserJet glossy paper, HP LaserJet Tough paper,
heavy paper, and HP Laser Photo paper.
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A 125-sheet top output bin.
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Print on Both Sides (manually).
Interface connections
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Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port.
Energy savings
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The printer automatically conserves electricity by
substantially reducing power consumption when it is
not printing.
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As an ENERGY STAR® partner, Hewlett-Packard
Company has determined that this product meets
ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
ENERGY STAR® is a U.S. registered service mark of
the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Economical printing
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N-up printing (printing more than one page on a sheet)
and Printing on Both Sides features save paper.
Supplies
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A Supplies Status page with print cartridge gauges that
show the supply levels that remain. For HP supplies
only.
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No-shake cartridge design.
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Authentication for HP print cartridges.
Ease of use
Flexible paper handling
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Table 1-1 Printer features (continued)
Feature
HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer
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Internet-enabled, supplies-ordering capability.
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Introductory black, yellow, cyan, and magenta print
cartridges — approximately 1,000 pages each based
on approximately 5% coverage per color. See
Managing supplies on page 30.
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Online user guide that is compatible with text screenreaders.
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All doors and covers can be opened by using one hand.
Expandability
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Optional Tray 3. This 250-sheet universal tray reduces
how often you have to add paper to the printer. Only
one additional 250-sheet tray can be installed on the
printer.
Memory
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16 MB of DRAM.
Accessibility
NOTE No additional memory can be added.
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Walk around
The following illustrations identify the locations and names of key components of this printer.
Front view (shown with optional Tray 3)
Figure 1-2 Front view (shown with optional Tray 3)
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Output bin
2
Printer control panel
3
Front door
4
Tray 2 (250 sheets)
5
Tray 1 (single sheet priority feed slot)
6
Tray 3 (optional; 250 sheets)
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Back and side view
Figure 1-3 Back and side view
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On/off switch
2
Power connection
3
Engine test button access door
4
Access door
5
Dust cover
7
USB connection
Figure 1-4 Transfer belt (ETB) and print cartridges
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Transfer belt (ETB)
2
Print cartridges
CAUTION Do not place anything on the transfer belt, which is located on the inside of the
front door. Otherwise, the printer may be damaged, adversely affecting print quality.
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Model and serial number location
The model number and serial numbers are listed on identification labels located on the rear of the
printer. The model number is alphanumeric, such as Q6455A, for the HP Color LaserJet 1600
printer. The serial number contains information about the country/region of origin, the printer version,
production code, and the production number of the printer.
Figure 1-5 Model and serial number information
Control panel
Understanding supplies status
The supplies gauges show the consumption levels of print cartridges (black, yellow, cyan, and
magenta).
Black, yellow, cyan, and magenta supplies status gauges
A ? appears instead of the consumption level when the level is not known. This can occur in the
following circumstances:
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Missing cartridges
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Incorrectly placed cartridges
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Cartridges with an error
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Some non-HP cartridges
The supplies gauge appears whenever the printer shows the Ready state with no warnings. It will
also appear when the printer shows a warning or error message concerning a print cartridge or
multiple supplies. If a supply is empty, the gauge will flash.
Understanding printer status
Cancel Job button
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When the Ready light is blinking, pressing
(Cancel Job) cancels the current job.
When a supplies status gauge is blinking and the Attention light is on (indicating that a non-HP
(Select) allows you to continue printing.
supply has been installed), pressing
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CAUTION You might not receive any indication when a non-HP supply is empty. For more
information about using non-HP print cartridges, see HP policy on non-HP supplies
on page 31. If you continue printing after the supply is empty, damage to the printer can occur.
See Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement on page 276.
Attention light
Generally, the Attention light blinks when the printer is out of paper, when a jam has occurred, or
when other problems that need attention occur.
The Attention light is on and one of the Supplies Status gauges is blinking the first time a non-HP
supply is installed.
Ready light
The Ready light is on when the printer is ready to print (experiencing no errors that prevent printing)
and blinks when it is receiving data to be printed.
Ready light and Select button
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When the Ready light is on and the Attention light is blinking, pressing
(Select) continues the
print job after you load print media for a manual feed, or clears some errors.
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When the Ready light is blinking, the front door has been opened and then closed. Press
(Select) to return the printer to the Ready state. If you do not press
(Select), the printer
returns to the Ready state on its own.
Left and Right arrow buttons
Use the
menus.
(Left arrow) and
(Right arrow) buttons to navigate through the printer control panel
A Demo page can be printed by pressing the
simultaneously.
(Left arrow) and
(Right arrow) buttons
Understanding control panel layout
This section provides information about printer status and control panel layout.
Control panel layout
The printer contains the following lights and buttons on the control panel:
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Figure 1-6 Control panel layout
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Color print cartridge indicators
2
Attention light (amber)
3
Ready light (green)
4
button
Cancel Job
5
Message area
6
Right arrow
7
Select
8
Left arrow
button
button
button
Display
Figure 1-7 Control panel display
The printer display gives you information about the printer, job status, and levels of supplies.
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Message area
2
Supplies gauges
3
Print cartridge colors are indicated from left to right: black, yellow, cyan, and magenta
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Software
This section contains information about the software used with the HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer.
Supported drivers
Software and supported operating systems
For easy printer setup and access to the full range of printer features, HP strongly recommends that
you install the software that is provided. Not all software is available in all languages. See the Getting
Started Guide for installation instructions, and see the Readme file for the latest software information.
The most recent drivers, additional drivers, and other software are available from the Internet and
other sources.
The printer supports the following operating systems:
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Microsoft® Windows® 98 Second Edition and Windows Millennium Edition (Me) (Add Printer
installation)
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Microsoft® Windows® 2000 and Windows XP
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Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003
The following table lists the software that is available for your operating system.
Table 1-2 HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer software
Feature
Windows 98 Second
Edition, Me
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Installer
Windows printer driver
HP Toolbox software
Software for Windows
When you install the software for Windows, you can directly connect the printer to a computer by
using a USB cable. See the Getting Started Guide for installation instructions, and see the Readme
file for the latest software information.
The following software is available to all users of the printer.
Printer drivers
A printer driver is a software component that provides access to printer features and provides the
means for the computer to communicate with the printer.
Using Help
The printer driver has Help dialog boxes that can be activated from the Help button in the printer
driver, the F1 key on the computer keyboard, or the question mark symbol (?) in the upper-right
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corner of the printer driver. These Help dialog boxes give detailed information about the specific
printer driver. Help for the printer driver is separate from the Help for your program.
HP Toolbox
You must perform a complete software installation to use the HP Toolbox.
The HP Toolbox provides links to printer status information and help information, such as the user
guide; and tools for diagnosing and solving problems. You can also view explanations and
animations on the control panel. See Managing and maintenance on page 29 for more information.
Uninstalling Windows software
After a printing system installation, use the uninstall icon in the HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer
program group to select and remove any or all of the HP printing system components.
Starting the Uninstaller
1.
Click Start, select Programs (All Programs for Windows XP) and choose HP.
2.
In the HP Color LaserJet 1600 program group, click the HP Color LaserJet 1600 uninstall
icon.
3.
The uninstaller guides you through removing the printing system components.
NOTE For driver-only (Add Printer/New Driver) installations, delete the printer icon from the
Printers folder (Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Me, Windows 2000, and Windows XP).
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Print-media specifications
This section contains information about specifications for the quality of print media, guidelines for
print media usage, and guidelines for print media storage.
General guidelines
Some print media might meet all of the guidelines in this manual and still not produce satisfactory
results. This problem might be the result of improper handling, unacceptable temperature and
humidity levels, or other variables over which Hewlett-Packard has no control.
Before purchasing large quantities of print media, always test a sample and make sure that the print
media meets the requirements specified in the HP LaserJet Printer Family Print Media Guide
available at http://www.hp.com/support/ljpaperguide.
CAUTION Using print media that does not meet HP specifications can cause problems for
the printer, requiring repair. This repair is not covered by the Hewlett-Packard warranty or
service agreements.
CAUTION Use only paper designed for laser printers. Paper for inkjet printers may damage
the printer.
This printer accepts a variety of media, such as cut-sheet paper (including up to 100% recycled-fibercontent paper), envelopes, labels, transparencies, HP LaserJet glossy paper, HP LaserJet Tough
paper, HP LaserJet Photo paper, and custom-size paper. Properties such as weight, composition,
grain, and moisture content are important factors that affect printer performance and output quality.
Print media that does not meet the guidelines outlined in this manual can cause the following
problems:
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Poor print quality
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Increased jams
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Premature wear on the printer, requiring repair
Paper and print media
For print-media specifications, see Media support tables on page 16.
Printing and storage environment
Ideally, the printing and media-storage environment should be at or near room temperature, and not
too dry or too humid. Remember that paper is hygroscopic; it absorbs and loses moisture rapidly.
Heat works with humidity to damage paper. Heat causes the moisture in paper to evaporate, while
cold causes it to condense on the sheets. Heating systems and air conditioners remove most of the
humidity from a room. As paper is opened and used, it loses moisture, causing streaks and
smudging. Humid weather or water coolers can cause the humidity to increase in a room. As paper is
opened and used it absorbs any excess moisture, causing light print and dropouts. Also, as paper
loses and gains moisture it can distort. This issue can cause jams.
As a result, paper storage and handling are as important as the paper-making process itself. Paper
storage environmental conditions directly affect the feed operation and print quality.
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Care should be taken not to purchase more paper than can be easily used in a short time (about
three months). Paper stored for long periods can experience heat and moisture extremes, which can
cause damage. Planning is important to prevent damage to a large supply of paper.
Unopened paper in sealed reams can remain stable for several months before use. Opened
packages of paper have more potential for environmental damage, especially if they are not wrapped
with a moisture-proof barrier.
The media-storage environment should be properly maintained to ensure optimum printer
performance. The required condition is 20° to 24°C (68° to 75°F), with a relative humidity of 45% to
55%. The following guidelines should be helpful when evaluating the paper's storage environment:
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Print media should be stored at or near room temperature.
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The air should not be too dry or too humid (to moderate the hygroscopic properties of paper).
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The best way to store an opened ream of paper is to rewrap it tightly in its moisture-proof
wrapping. If the printer environment is subject to extremes, unwrap only the amount of paper to
be used during the day's operation to prevent unwanted moisture changes.
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Avoid storing paper and print media near heating and air conditioning vents or near windows
and doors that are frequently open.
Envelopes
Envelopes can be printed from Tray 1 or Tray 2. Select the type of envelope that you are using from
the Print dialog box or the printer driver.
In your program, set the margins for the envelope. The following table gives typical address margins
for a commercial #10 or DL envelope.
Table 1-3 Envelope specifications
Type of address
Top margin
Left margin
Return address
15 mm (0.6 inch)
15 mm (0.6 inch)
Delivery address
51 mm (2 inches)
89 mm (3.5 inches)
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For the best print quality, position margins no closer than 15 mm (0.6 inch) from the edges of
the envelope.
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Avoid printing over the area where the envelope seams meet.
Envelope storage
Proper storage of envelopes helps contribute to print quality. Envelopes should be stored flat. If air is
trapped in an envelope and creates an air bubble, then the envelope might wrinkle during printing.
Envelope construction
Envelope construction is critical. Envelope fold lines can vary considerably, not only between
manufacturers, but also within a box from the same manufacturer. Successful printing on envelopes
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depends upon the quality of the envelopes. When selecting envelopes, consider the following
components:
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Weight: The weight of the envelope paper should not exceed 90 g/m2 (24 lb) or jamming might
occur.
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Construction: Before printing, envelopes should lie flat with less than 6 mm (0.25 inch) curl,
and should not contain air.
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Condition: Envelopes should not be wrinkled, nicked, or otherwise damaged.
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Temperature: Use envelopes that are compatible with the heat and pressure of the printer. This
printer fusing temperature is 210°C (410°F).
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Size: Use only envelopes that are within the following size ranges.
Table 1-4 Envelope size ranges
Tray
Minimum
Maximum
Tray 1 or Tray 2
76 x 127 mm (3 x 5 inches)
216 x 356 mm (8.5 x 14 inches)
Envelopes with double side-seams
Double side-seam construction has vertical seams at both ends of the envelope rather than diagonal
seams. This style might be more likely to wrinkle. Be sure the seam extends all the way to the corner
of the envelope as illustrated below.
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2
Figure 1-8 Envelope double side-seam construction
1
Acceptable
2
Unacceptable
Envelopes with adhesive strips or flaps
Envelopes with a peel-off adhesive strip or with more than one flap that folds over to seal must use
adhesives that are compatible with the heat and pressure in the printer. The extra flaps and strips
might cause wrinkling, creasing, or even jams and might damage the fuser.
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Labels
Select the type of label that you are using from the Print dialog box or the printer driver.
CAUTION To avoid damaging the printer, use only labels that are recommended for laser
printers. To prevent serious jams, always use Tray 1 or Tray 2 to print on labels. Never print
on the same sheet of labels more than once or print on a partial sheet of labels.
When selecting labels, consider the quality of each component:
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Adhesives: The adhesive material should be stable at 210°C (410°F), which is the printer
fusing temperature.
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Arrangement: Only use labels with no exposed backing between them. Labels can peel off
sheets with spaces between the labels, causing serious jams.
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Curl: Before printing, labels must lie flat with no more than 13 mm (0.5 inch) of curl in any
direction.
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Condition: Do not use labels that have wrinkles, bubbles, or other indications of separation.
Transparencies
Use only Tray 1 or Tray 2 to print on transparencies. Select Transparencies from the Print dialog
box or the printer driver.
The printer supports printing on color transparencies. Use only transparencies that are
recommended for use in laser printers.
Transparencies that are used in the printer must be able to withstand 210°C (410°F), which is the
printer fusing temperature.
CAUTION To avoid damage to the printer, use only transparencies that are recommended
for use in laser printers.
Media support tables
This section contains information about the sizes, weights, and capacities of paper and other print
media that each tray supports.
Supported print media for Tray 1, Tray 2, and optional Tray 3
This section contains information about the sizes, weights, and capacities of paper and other print
media that each tray supports.
Tray 1 and Tray 2 specifications
Table 1-5 Tray 1 and Tray 2 specifications
Tray 1 and Tray 2
Dimensions1
Weight
Capacity2
Paper
Minimum: 76 x 127 mm
(3 x 5 inches)
60 to 163 g/m2 (16 to 43 lb)
Single sheet of 75 g/m2
(20 lb) paper for Tray 1
Maximum: 216 x 356 mm
(8.5 x 14 inches)
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Tray 1 and Tray 2
Dimensions1
Weight
Capacity2
HP LaserJet glossy paper
and HP LaserJet photo paper
Same as the preceding
listed minimum and
maximum sizes.
75 to 163 g/m2 (20 to 43 lb)
Single sheet of HP LaserJet
glossy paper or HP LaserJet
photo paper for Tray 1
Up to 25 mm (0.99 inch)
stack height for Tray 2
HP Premium Cover paper3
Single sheet of HP Cover
paper for Tray 1
200 g/m2 (75 lb) cover
Up to 25 mm (0.99 inch)
stack height for Tray 2
Transparencies and opaque
film
Thickness: 0.10 to 0.13 mm
(3.9 to 5.1 mils)
Single sheet of transparency
or opaque film for Tray 1
Up to 50 sheets for Tray 2
Thickness: up to 0.23 mm
(up to 9 mils)
Labels
Single sheet of labels for
Tray 1
Up to 25 mm (0.99 inch)
stack height for Tray 2
Envelopes
Up to 90 g/m2 (16 to 24 lb)
Single envelope for Tray 1
Up to ten envelopes for
Tray 2
The printer supports a wide range of standard and custom sizes of print media. Check the printer driver for supported sizes.
Capacity can vary depending on media weight and thickness, and environmental conditions.
Hewlett-Packard does not guarantee results when printing with other types of heavy paper.
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2
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Optional Tray 3 specifications
Table 1-6 Optional Tray 3 specifications
Optional Tray 3 (250–sheet
tray)
Dimensions1
Weight
Capacity2
Paper
Minimum: 76 x 127 mm
(3 x 5 inches)
60 to 163 g/m2 (16 to 43 lb)
Up to 250 sheets
Maximum: 216 x 356 mm
(8.5 x 14 inches)
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The printer supports a wide range of standard and custom sizes of print media. Check the printer driver for supported sizes.
Capacity can vary depending on media weight and thickness, and environmental conditions.
Unsupported media (media to avoid)
Avoid using the following media:
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require repairs that may not be covered under the warranty.
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Sheets of labels that have been used more than once or partial sheets of labels
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Labels that are not specifically recommended for laser printers
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Labels that are separating from the backing sheet or are wrinkled or damaged in any way
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Transparencies that are not specifically recommended for laser printers
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Media that has been stored in a high-humidity environment
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Site preparation
Below are recommendations for the printer location and placement.
Operating environment
The printer must be kept in a proper location to maintain the performance level that has been set at
the factory. In particular, be sure that the environment adheres to the specifications listed in this
chapter.
The printer must have 2 inches of space above and around it.
Figure 2-1 Printer dimensions
1
Front view
2
Side view
Make sure the printer has the following:
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A well-ventilated, dust-free area
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As surface that will support up to 18 kg (40 lbs)
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A constant temperature and humidity (Do not install near water sources, humidifiers, air
conditioners, refrigerators, or other major appliances.)
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A hard level surface (not more than a 2° angle)
Make sure to keep the printer away from the following:
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Direct sunlight, dust, open flames, or water
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Direct flow of exhaust from air ventilation systems
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Magnets and devices that emit a magnetic field
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Areas subject to vibration
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Walls or other objects. There must be enough space around the printer for proper access and
ventilation
Minimum system requirements
The minimum system requirements for the HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer are listed below:
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150 MB of free hard disk space
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CD-ROM drive
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Available USB port
Requirements for PC systems
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Windows 2000 and XP (32-bit Home and Professional)
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233 MHz processor with 64 MB RAM
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Package contents
Figure 2-2 Package contents on page 22 lists the package contents for the HP Color LaserJet 1600.
Figure 2-2 Package contents
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1
HP Color LaserJet 1600
2
Output tray
3
Power cable
4
Dust cover
5
Getting Started Guide
6
Software and user documentation CD-ROM
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Install input devices
Installing optional Tray 3
1.
Turn off the power switch on the printer.
2.
Unplug the power cable.
3.
Place the printer on optional Tray 3, aligning the three (3) pegs on Tray 3 with the holes on the
printer.
Loading Tray 1
Tray 1 (the single sheet priority feed slot) prints single sheets of print media or a single envelope.
Use Tray 1 when feeding one sheet of paper, or one envelope, postcard, label, HP LaserJet glossy
paper, HP LaserJet Photo paper, or transparency. You can also use Tray 1 to print the first page on
different media than the rest of the document.
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For information about loading special print media such as envelopes, labels, and transparencies, see
Print-media specifications on page 13.
To load Tray 1
1.
Media guides ensure that the media is correctly fed into the printer and that the print is not
skewed. Slide the media-width guides slightly wider than the print media.
2.
Feed print media into Tray 1 with the side to be printed down, and the top, short edge in first.
Make sure that the media is inserted far enough into the printer for the paper feed mechanism
to grab the media. The paper will reach the sensor after 140 mm (5.5 inches) has been inserted.
The printer will then pause for .5 second before it pulls the paper into the printer. HP
recommends holding the paper on both sides when inserting.
NOTE Light weight paper may buckle if held only on the short (far) edge as it is
inserted. As paper is inserted, it trips the registration shutter. For light weight paper,
holding it on both sides near the slot increases the ability for the paper to appropriately
trip this shutter.
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Installing supplies
Print cartridges
When a print cartridge approaches the end of useful life, the control panel displays a message
recommending that you order a replacement. The printer can continue to print using the current print
cartridge until the control panel displays a message instructing you to replace the cartridge.
The printer uses four colors and has a different print cartridge for each color: black (K), cyan (C),
magenta (M), and yellow (Y).
Replace a print cartridge when the printer control panel displays one of the following messages:
Replace yellow cartridge, Replace magenta cartridge, Replace cyan cartridge, Replace black
cartridge. The control panel display also indicates the color that should be replaced (unless a
genuine HP cartridge is not currently installed).
To change the print cartridge
1.
Turn off the printer.
2.
Open the front door.
CAUTION Do not place anything on the transfer belt (ETB), which is located on
the inside of the front door.
3.
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4.
Remove the new print cartridge from the bag. Place the used print cartridge in the bag for
recycling.
5.
Grasp both sides of the print cartridge by the blue handles and distribute the toner by gently
rocking the print cartridge from front to back.
CAUTION Do not touch the shutter or the surface of the roller.
6.
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Remove the orange shipping locks and the orange shipping tape from the new print cartridge.
Discard the shipping tape and shipping locks according to local regulations.
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Align the print cartridge with the tracks inside the printer, and using the handles, insert the print
cartridge until it is firmly seated.
8.
Firmly close the front door.
9.
Turn on the printer. After a short time, the control panel should display Ready.
NOTE If a cartridge is in the wrong slot or is the wrong type for the printer, the control
panel will display one of the following messages: Incorrect yellow, Incorrect magenta,
Incorrect cyan, Incorrect black.
10. Installation is complete. Place the used print cartridge in the box in which the new cartridge
arrived. See the enclosed recycling guide for recycling instructions.
11. If you are using a non-HP print cartridge, check the printer control panel for further instructions.
For more information about using non-HP print cartridges, see HP policy on non-HP supplies
on page 31.
NOTE When replacing or changing a black print cartridge, a cleaning page will
automatically print. This helps prevent speckles on the front or back of printed
documents. A cleaning page can also be generated using the control panel or the
HP Toolbox. For information, see To clean the printer at the printer on page 32 or To
clean the fuser using HP Toolbox on page 33.
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Life expectancies of replacement supplies
Table 3-1 Replacement print cartridge life
Replacement print-cartridge life (based on approximately 5%
coverage)
Black: 2,500 pages
Yellow, cyan, and magenta: 2,000 pages each
Checking and ordering supplies
You can check the supplies status by using the printer control panel, printing a Supplies Status page,
or viewing the HP Toolbox. Hewlett-Packard recommends that you place an order for a replacement
print cartridge when you first receive the Order message for a print cartridge. For typical use, the
Order message indicates that approximately two weeks of life remains. When you use a new,
authentic HP print cartridge, you can obtain the following types of supplies information:
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Amount of cartridge remaining
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Estimated number of pages remaining
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Number of pages printed
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Other supplies information
NOTE When the printer is directly connected to a computer, you can set HP Toolbox to
notify you when supplies are low.
To check status using the control panel
Do one of the following:
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Check the supplies status gauges on the printer control panel. These gauges indicate when a
print cartridge is low or empty. The lights also indicate when a non-HP print cartridge is first
installed.
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To print the Supplies Status page from the printer, on the printer control panel, select Reports,
Supplies Status, and then
(Select). See Supplies Status page on page 132 for more
information.
If the supplies levels are low, you can order supplies through your local HP dealer, by telephone, or
online.
To check and order supplies using HP Toolbox
You can configure HP Toolbox to notify you when the supplies are low. You can choose to receive
alerts by e-mail or as a pop-up message or taskbar icon. To order supplies using the HP Toolbox, in
the Other Links area, click Order supplies. You must have Internet access to connect to the Web
site.
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Storing supplies
Follow these guidelines for storing print cartridges:
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Do not remove the print cartridge from its package until you are ready to use it.
CAUTION To prevent damage, do not expose the print cartridge to light for more than a
few minutes.
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See Environmental specifications on page 273 for operating and storage temperature ranges.
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Store the supply in a horizontal position.
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Store the supply in a dark, dry location away from heat and magnetic sources.
Replacing and recycling supplies
Replacing the print cartridges
To install a new HP print cartridge, follow the instructions that are included on the box that contains
the new supply, or see the Getting Started Guide.
To recycle supplies, place the used supply in the box in which the new supply arrived. Use the
enclosed return label to send the used supply to HP for recycling. For complete information, see the
recycling guide that is included with each new HP supply item. Go to http://www.hp.com/go/recycle
for more information about HP's recycling program.
HP policy on non-HP supplies
Hewlett-Packard Company cannot recommend the use of non-HP supplies, either new or
remanufactured. Because they are not HP products, HP cannot influence their design or control their
quality. Service or repairs required as a result of using a non-HP supply will not be covered under
the printer warranty.
When you insert a supply into the printer, the printer will inform you if the supply is not a genuine HP
supply. If you insert a genuine HP supply that has reached the low state from another HP printer, the
printer identifies the supply as non-HP. Simply return the supply to the original printer to reactivate
HP features and functionality.
HP anti-counterfeit Web site
Visit the HP anti-counterfeit Web site at http://www.hp.com/go/anticounterfeit if the supplies status
gauges or HP Toolbox indicates that the print cartridge is not an HP print cartridge and you think that
it is genuine.
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Cleaning the printer
During the printing process, paper, toner and dust particles can accumulate inside the printer. Over
time, this buildup can cause print-quality problems such as toner specks or smearing. This printer
has a cleaning mode that can correct and prevent these types of problems.
This printer has two processes for generating cleaning pages: one is automatically generated and
one is manually generated. When a new black print cartridge is installed, a cleaning page will be
automatically generated prior to calibration. To manually generate a cleaning page, see To clean the
fuser using HP Toolbox on page 33.
To clean the printer at the printer
NOTE If you have access to HP Toolbox, HP recommends cleaning the paper path by using
HP Toolbox.
Use the following procedure to clean the printer at the printer.
1.
Use the
(Left arrow) or
(Right arrow) button to select Service, and then press
2.
Use the
(Select).
(Left arrow) or
(Right arrow) button to select Cleaning Mode, and then press
(Select).
A page feeds through the printer slowly. Discard the page when the process is completed.
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To clean the fuser using HP Toolbox
NOTE Use the following procedure to clean the fuser using the HP Toolbox. To clean the
engine when the computer is running an operating system that does not support HP Toolbox,
see the late-breaking Readme on the root of the CD-ROM, or visit http://www.hp.com/support/
clj1600.
1.
Make sure that the printer is turned on and in the Ready state.
2.
Open the HP Toolbox.
3.
On the Troubleshooting tab, click Troubleshooting Tools, and then click Print. A page with a
pattern prints from the printer.
4.
At the printer, remove any print media in Tray 2 or optional Tray 3.
5.
Remove the page that printed and load it face-down into Tray 2 or optional Tray 3.
6.
On the Troubleshooting Tools page, click the Clean button.
Cleaning spilled toner
Defective print cartridges can develop leaks. Also, after a paper jam has occurred, some toner might
remain on the rollers and guides inside the printer. The pages that print immediately after the jam
can pick up this toner.
CAUTION When cleaning the printer, do not touch the ETB with a damp cloth or with your
fingers.
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Calibrating the printer
The printer automatically calibrates at various times. You can adjust the calibration settings by using
the HP Toolbox.
Environmental differences or aging print cartridges might cause fluctuations in image density. The
printer accounts for this with image stabilization control. The printer automatically calibrates at
various times to maintain the highest level of print quality. You can also request a calibration by using
the HP Toolbox.
The printer does not interrupt a print job to calibrate. It waits until the job is complete before
calibrating or cleaning. While the printer is calibrating, it pauses printing for the time that is required
to complete the calibration.
To calibrate the printer at the printer
1.
To calibrate from the printer, press
SYSTEM SETUP.
2.
Press
(Select).
3.
Press
(Left arrow) or
4.
Press
(Select).
5.
Press
(Left arrow) or
6.
Press
(Select).
7.
Press
(Left arrow) or
8.
Press
(Select).
9.
Press
(Select) to confirm CALIBRATE NOW.
(Left arrow) or
(Right arrow) until the display reads
(Right arrow) until the display reads PRINT QUALITY.
(Right arrow) until the display reads CALIBRATE COLOR.
(Right arrow) until the display reads CALIBRATE NOW.
To calibrate the printer from the HP Toolbox
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On the desktop, double-click the HP Toolbox icon.
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On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP, point to HP Color LaserJet 1600, and
click HP Color LaserJet 1600 Toolbox.
2.
Click the Troubleshooting tab and then click Troubleshooting Tools (on the left side of the
screen).
3.
In the Calibration section, click CALIBRATE NOW.
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Engine control system
Basic sequence of operation
The operational sequence of the printer is controlled by the microcomputer on the DC controller
printed circuit board (PCB). The purposes of each period, from power-on until the main motor stops
after the completion of printing, are listed below. See General timing chart on page 56 for a detailed
timing chart.
Table 4-1 Basic operational sequence
Period
Purpose
Remarks
WAIT (wait period)
From power-on until the end
of the main motor initial drive.
To clear the drum surface
potential and to clean the
ETB.
Detects whether or not the
print cartridge is installed.
STBY (standby period)
From the end of WAIT or
LSTR until the input of print
command from the
formatter. Or, from the end
of LSTR until power-off.
To keep the printer ready to
print.
INTR (initial rotation period)
From the input of print
command from the formatter
until the pick-up solenoid is
turned on.
To stablize the
photosensitive drum
sensitivity for print
preparation.
PRINT (print period)
From the end of INTR until
the developing high-voltage
is off.
To form the image on the
photosensitive drum based
on the VIDEO signals input
from the formatter, and to
transfer the toner image
onto paper.
LSTR (last rotation period
From the developing highvoltage off until the main
motor stops rotating.
To deliver the last page
completely. Also used to
clean the ETB.
The printer enters INTR after
the end of LSTR, when the
print command is input from
the formatter.
The engine control system coordinates all printer functions. It drives the laser/scanner system, the
image formation system, and the pickup and feed system. The engine control system contains the
following components:
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DC controller PCB
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Low-voltage power supply unit
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High-voltage power supply PCB
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Figure 4-1 Engine control system
Power-on sequence
The power-on sequence is for the purpose of the printer initialization and checking for possible
malfunctions.
The following is the sequence from when the printer is turned on until it enters STBY mode.
1.
Power on
2.
Central processing unit (CPU) initialization
3.
ASIC initialization
4.
Video interface communication start
5.
Residual paper check by each sensor signaling paper presence
6.
Initial drive for main motor, pickup motor, and fuser/delivery motor
7.
Fuser heater initial drive by controlling fuser temperature targeting for 100°C
8.
Initial drive for scanner motor
9.
Failure/Abnormality check
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Detect scanner failure
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Fuser failure
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Door open during the above periods
10. Communication with memory tag
11. Cartridge presence detection
Motors and fans
The DC controller PCB controls four motors.
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The specifications of each motor are listed in the following table.
Table 4-2 Motor specifications
Name
Motor
Purpose
Type
Direction of
rotation
Failure detection
Main motor (M1)
Drive ETB belt,
photosensitive
drum and
developing cylinder
DC motor
CW
Yes
Fuser/delivery
motor (M2)
Drive fuser
pressure roller,
delivery roller and
automatic release
of fuser pressure
Stepping motor
CW/CCW
No
Pickup motor (M3)
Drive pickup roller
and registration
roller
Stepping motor
CW
No
Fan (FM1)
Cool down around
cartridge
DC motor
—
Yes
Main motor failure detection
The CPU determines the main motor failure, stops the printer, and notifies the formatter of error
status, when it encounters the following conditions.
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Main motor start-up abnormality
The interval of the MAIN MOTOR SPEED DETECTION signal (/MAINMFG) does not become
the specified interval after 1000 ms of the main motor drive start.
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Main motor rotation abnormality
The interval of the /MAINMFG signal stays at an irregular interval for 100 ms and longer after
once it has become the specified interval.
Fan motor failure detection
The CPU determines the fan motor failure and notifies the formatter when it encounters the following
condition.
The FAN LOCK signal (FANLCK) is “H” for approximately 10 seconds and longer during fan motor
rotation.
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Image formation system
The image formation system serves as the nerve center of the printer and forms a toner image on
paper. It is controlled by the DC controller. The DC controller controls the laser/scanner unit and the
high-voltage power supply PCB to form an image on paper according to the VIDEO signals (VDO, /
VDO) upon reception of a print command from the formatter. There is a memory tag inside each
cartridge. The memory tags read and write data according to the command from the DC controller.
The following figure illustrates the image formation system.
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Figure 4-2 Image formation system
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Image formation process
Figure 4-3 Image formation process
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The principal process of image formation is described here. The print process can be broadly divided
into 5 stages with 7 steps. A toner image is formed on paper as it goes through each process. The
following figure illustrates the stages and steps of the print process as follows.
1.
Electrostatic latent image formation stage
Forms an electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive drum.
Step 1: Primary charging
Step 2: Laser beam exposure
2.
Developing stage
Makes the electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive drum surface visible by applying toner.
Step 3: Development
3.
Transfer stage
Transfers a toner image on the photosensitive drum onto paper.
Step 4: Transfer
Step 5: Separation
4.
Fuser stage
Fuses the toner image on paper.
Step 6: Fuser
5.
ETB cleaning stage
Cleans the residual toner on the photosensitive drum.
Step 7: ETB cleaning
Latent image formation
This stage consists of two steps and forms an electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive drum.
When the last step in this stage is completed, a negative electrical charge remains in the unexposed
drum surface area by the laser beam and is removed from the exposed area. The image with
negative charge on the drum is called an “electrostatic latent image” as it is invisible to human eyes.
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Figure 4-4 Latent image formation
Laser/scanner system
The laser/scanner system forms latent images on the photosensitive drum according to the VIDEO
signals sent from the formatter. It consists of the laser driver PCB, the scanner motor, and so forth.
The figure below illustrates the laser/scanner unit.
Figure 4-5 Laser beam exposure
Developing stage
The electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive drum surface is visualized by applying the toner
in this process. This printer utilizes the projection development method by the non-magnetic, singlecomponent toner.
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Figure 4-6 Developing stage
The toner has an insulating property and has negative charge potential from friction with the rotating
developing cylinder and the developing blade surface.
The area of the photosensitive drum, where the laser beam is exposed, has higher potential than the
toner, which is charged negatively on the cylinder. When this area contacts the toner layer
(negatively charged), the toner jumps onto the drum surface by the potential difference between the
drum surface and the cylinder (higher potential on drum side). This is called the projection
development and it visualizes the electrostatic latent image on the drum. The developing cylinder is
applied the AC bias in order to make the toner jump easier onto the drum surface and improve the
contrast of the output image.
This printer is able to adjust the image density by changing the potential difference between the
cylinder and the photosensitive drum surface according to changes of the developing DC bias based
on the IMAGE DENSITY INFORMATION signal sent from the formatter.
The developing sheet improves the print quality and also prevents toner scattering.
Print cartridge
The cartridge forms a visible toner image on the photosensitive drum. There are four print cartridges:
magenta, cyan, yellow, and black; each having identical structure.
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Figure 4-7 Print cartridge structure
Transfer belt (ETB)
The ETB unit feeds paper as well as transfers toner onto the paper.
The ETB unit consists of the ETB, ETB feed roller, ETB driven roller, and color misregistration/
density sensor unit.
As the main motor rotates the ETB feed roller, the ETB feed roller rotates the ETB belt. The transfer
roller and the ETB driven roller are engaged with the ETB.
During printing, the picked up paper is conveyed in between the ETB and the photosensitive drum,
and simultaneously the toner image is transferred onto the paper. The ETB is also used for color
misregistration corrective control and the image stabilization control. The pattern image for the color
misregistration or image density determination is transferred onto the belt. This pattern image is read
in the color misregistration/density sensor unit.
The following is the diagrammatic sketch of the ETB unit.
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Figure 4-8 ETB unit
Transfer stage
The transfer stage is to transfer the toner image on the photosensitive drum surface onto paper.
Figure 4-9 Transfer stage
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The toner on the photosensitive drum surface is transferred onto the paper according to the positive
charge from the back side of the paper. Each color’s toner image is transferred in order of M, C, Y,
and K, and forms one toner image overlaying one color’s image on another.
Separation stage
Figure 4-10 Separation stage
The paper is separated from the drum by its elasticity (Curvature Separation). The static charge on
the back side of the paper is decreased with the electrostatic eliminator in order to stablize the
feeding operation and prevent the crescent spots of printing image under the low temperature and
low humidity environment.
Fusing stage
The toner image is fused onto the paper in this stage. The toner image transferred onto the paper
through the transfer stage can be smeared easily by hands since it is only attracted to the paper by
the static electricity. The paper and the toner on it are fused by pressure, fused and secondary
colored by heat to be a permanent image.
Figure 4-11 Fusing stage
The toner image on the paper is fused onto the paper by using the on-demand fuser method in this
step. This printer utilizes the ceramic heater with lower heat capacity, which warms up quickly, does
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not require the power supply during STBY mode, and saves energy. As for the printer, the DC
positive bias is applied to the fuser pressure roller, so the transferred toner stays harder on the paper
and toner scattering to the fuser film (offset) is prevented.
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Pickup and feed system
The pickup/feed system, which picks up and feeds paper, consists of the various feed rollers. This
printer has two pickup sources: the cassette and the manual feed slot, and one delivery source: the
face-down tray. The following components are part of the pickup and feed system:
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Manual feed slot paper sensor (SR3): detects the presence of paper in the manual feed slot
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Cassette paper sensor (SR2): detects the presence of paper in the cassette
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Main motor (M1)
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Fuser/delivery motor (M2)
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Pickup motor (M3)
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Solenoid (SL1)
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Solenoid (SL2)
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Solenoid (SL3)
Photo sensors:
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SR1, SR4, and SR5 on the paper transport path detect the arrival and passage of paper
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SR9 detects the fuser pressure roller alienation in the fuser
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SR8 detects the paper width
The figure below illustrates the motors, solenoids, and sensors.
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Figure 4-12 Paper pickup and feed system
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SR1
Registration paper sensor
SR2
Cassette paper sensor
SR3
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Fuser delivery paper sensor
SR5
Pre-fuser paper sensor
SR8
Paper width sensor
SR9
Pressure alienation sensor
M1
Main motor
M2
Fuser/Delivery motor
M3
Pickup motor
SL1
Cassette pickup solenoid
SL2
Magenta, cyan, and yellow developing cylinder drive solenoid
SL3
Black developing cylinder drive solenoid
Manual feed slot pickup mechanism
This mechanism picks up one sheet of paper only that is inserted into the manual feed slot and then
into the printer. This printer does not have a pickup roller in the manual feed slot. Instead of a pickup
roller, the registration roller picks up paper. The presence of paper in the manual feed slot is
detected by the manual feed slot paper sensor (SR3). The following is the operational sequence of
the manual feed slot pickup.
1.
If paper is set into the manual feed slot during STBY mode, the manual feed slot paper sensor
(SR3) detects it.
2.
When the paper is detected, the DC controller drives the pickup motor (M3) for 5 seconds. The
paper is fed approximately 5 mm (0.2 inch) and is then caught by the registration roller.
3.
After the above operational sequence, the paper is fed by the drive of the registration roller.
Paper feed mechanism
This mechanism feeds one sheet of picked up paper to the fuser. There is a paper width sensor in
the paper transport path to prevent temperature rise at the end of the fuser. It detects paper with
widths of shorter than 190 mm (7.5 inches). The following is the operational sequence of paper feed.
1.
Paper skew is corrected by the registration shutter when the paper is fed into the printer.
2.
Toner is transfered to the paper from the photosensitive drum and then the paper is fed to the
fuser/delivery stage.
Skew correction by the registration shutter
If the paper fed into the printer is skewed, when it hits the registration shutter, it will be adjusted.
Figure 4-13 Skew correction on page 52 illustrates how skewed paper is corrected by the registration
shutter.
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Figure 4-13 Skew correction
Jam detection
This printer is provided with the following paper detection sensors to detect the presence of paper
and whether or not the paper feed is operating normally.
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Registration paper sensor (SR1)
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Pre-fuser paper sensor (SR5)
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Fuser delivery paper sensor (SR4)
The CPU determines a paper jam by checking whether or not paper is present at the sensor at the
check timing. The check timing is stored in the memory of the CPU. If the CPU determines a jam, it
stops the print operation and notifies the formatter of a jam occurrence.
For more information, see Clearing jams on page 100.
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Solenoid, motor, and fan locations
The following illustration shows the locations of the solenoids, motor, and fan.
Figure 4-14 Location of solenoids, motors, and fans
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Pickup solenoid (SL1)
2
Magenta, cyan, and yellow developing cylinder drive solenoid (SL2)
3
Black developing cylinder drive solenoid (SL3)
4
Main motor (M1)
5
Fusing/delivery motor (M2)
6
Pickup motor (M3)
7
Fan (FM1)
Printed circuit assembly locations
The following illustration shows the locations of the printed circuit assemblies. Location of the printed
circuit assemblies and list of parts are also identified in Figure 7-11 PCB assembly location (Tray 2)
on page 186.
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Figure 4-15 Location of printed circuit assemblies
1
DC controller PCB
2
Low-voltage power supply PCB
3
High-voltage power supply PCB
4
Memory controller PCB
250-sheet tray solenoid and printed circuit locations
The following illustration shows the locations of the 250-sheet tray solenoid and printed circuit
assembly.
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Figure 4-16 Location of 250-sheet tray solenoid and printed circuit assembly
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Paper feeder PCB
2
Paper feeder pickup solenoid (SL-4)
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Paper pickup feeder unit
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Printer calibration
Calibration settings are configured with Printer Management Language (PML)/Printer Job Language
(PJL) commands, except for new cartridge installation. Calibration can also be configured using the
HP Toolbox. Calibration occurs during the following conditions and intervals:
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Power-on calibration
Calibration during power-on can be configured for the following intervals:
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Always calibrate at power-on
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Never calibrate at power-on
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Calibrate after 1-6 minutes (default is 15 minutes) of idle time after the first job since the
printer was turned on or 12, 24, 48, 96, or 168 hours (default is 48 hours) of idle time.
Page count calibration
Calibration occurs at the end of the first job that passes 150 color pages since the previous
calibration occurred. Page count calibration settings can be configured for the following intervals:
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Do not do page count calibrations
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Calibrate after 150 pages have been printed since the last calibration. This is the default
setting.
Elapsed time calibration
Elapsed time calibration will occur when the first job is sent after the elapsed time is exceeded.
Use PML/PJL commands to configure the following intervals:
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Do not perform elapsed time calibration
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After 12, 24, 48, 96, or 168 hours (default is 48 hours) or more have elapsed since the last
calibration (or power-on), and after 1-6 minutes (default is 15 minutes) of idle time from the
first job after 12, 24, 48, 96, or 168 hours (default is 48 hours) have elapsed.
On-demand calibration
Calibrate the printer using the printer control panel. For more information about printer
calibration, see Printer calibration on page 146.
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New consumable calibration
When a new print cartridge is installed, the printer will calibrate.
NOTE When a new black print cartridge is replaced, a cleaning page will print before
the printer calibrates.
If printing stops when the cartridge is out, requiring the user to either install a new cartridge or
select to print with toner out override, a calibration will not occur until the depleted cartridge is
replaced, printing resumes, and all jobs currently in the queue are finished or cancelled. This
could result in an interval of several pages where a new cartridge is using the old cartridge’s
calibration data.
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Calibrating the printer at the control panel
Use the following steps to calibrate the printer using the printer control panel.
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1.
(Left arrow) or the
Use the
(Select).
2.
(Left arrow) or the
(Right arrow) button to select PRINT QUALITY and then press
Use the
(Select). CALIBRATE COLOR will display on the control panel.
3.
Press
4.
(Left arrow) or the
Use the
press
(Select).
5.
Press
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(Select).
(Right arrow) button to select CALIBRATE NOW and then
(Select) to start the calibration.
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Removal and replacement
This chapter contains information about the following topics.
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Overview
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Overview
Removal and replacement strategy
Replace parts in the reverse order of their removal. Directions for difficult or critical replacement
procedures are included in this section.
WARNING! The sheet-metal edges of the product can be sharp. Use caution when working
on the product.
NOTE Note the length, diameter, color, type, and location of each screw. Be sure to return
each screw to its original location during reassembly. Incorrectly routed or loose wire
harnesses can interfere with other internal components and can become damaged or broken.
Frayed or pinched harness wires can be difficult to locate. When replacing wire harnesses,
always use the provided wire loops, lance points, or wire harness guides.
Electrostatic discharge
The printer contains parts that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Watch for the ESD
reminder shown at the left when removing printer parts. Protect the parts that are sensitive to ESD
with protective ESD pouches.
User-replaceable parts
Table 5-1 User-replaceable parts
Product name
Description
Part number
Separation pad and pickup rollers
Replace when the printer is picking up
multiple sheets or no sheets. Trying
different paper did not resolve the
problem.
Q5956-67902
Paper tray
A 250-sheet paper cassette.
Q5956-67901
Dust cover
Protects the output of paper cassette
from dust.
Q5956-67903
Output tray extender
An extension for supporting paper in
the output bin.
Q5956-67904
Required tools
Before servicing the printer, gather the following tools:
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Phillips #2 magnetized screwdriver (152 mm (6 inch) shaft)
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Small flat-blade screwdriver
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Small needle-nose pliers
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ESD strap
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Penlight (optional)
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Service approach
Field Service on this printer is limited to a recommended time of 30 minutes, which includes
troubleshooting, teardown, and repair. Repairs that require more time should not be made and the
printer should be replaced.
The following are the major internal assemblies that can be replaced on this printer.
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Fuser
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ETB
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DC Controller
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Formatter
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Control Panel display
If troubleshooting or a Control Panel message determines that the failure is not associated with one
of these parts, do not attempt to repair the printer, but replace the unit. For more information on
messages that would indicate a printer needs to be replaced, refer to the Critical error messages
on page 109 table and the Replaceable parts on page *** table.
Pre-service procedures
Follow the pre-service procedures before you perform service.
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Turn off the printer.
2.
Remove all media from the product.
3.
Place the product on an ESD mat. If an ESD mat or an ESD-protected workstation is not
available, discharge body static and ground the product chassis before servicing the product.
4.
Remove the print cartridges.
5.
Unplug the power cord and the interface cable.
6.
Lift the printer off of optional Tray 3 (if it is installed).
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Print cartridge replacement
1.
Open the front door.
CAUTION Do not place anything on the transfer belt (ETB), which is located on
the inside of the front door.
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2.
Remove the used print cartridge from the printer.
3.
Remove the new print cartridge from the bag. Place the used print cartridge in the bag for
recycling.
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4.
Grasp both sides of the print cartridge by the blue handles and distribute the toner by gently
rocking the print cartridge from back to front.
CAUTION Do not touch the shutter or the surface of the roller.
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Remove the orange shipping locks and the orange shipping tape from the new print cartridge.
Discard the shipping tape and shipping locks according to local regulations.
6.
Align the print cartridge with the tracks inside the printer, and using the handles, insert the print
cartridge until it is firmly seated.
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7.
Firmly close the front door.
After a short time, the control panel should display Ready.
NOTE If a cartridge is in the wrong slot or is the wrong type for the printer, the control
panel will display one of the following messages: Incorrect yellow, Incorrect magenta,
Incorrect cyan, or Incorrect black.
8.
Installation is complete. Place the used print cartridge in the box in which the new cartridge
arrived. See the enclosed recycling guide for recycling instructions.
9.
If you are using a non-HP print cartridge, check the printer control panel for further instructions.
NOTE When replacing or changing a black print cartridge, a cleaning page will automatically
print. This helps prevent speckles on the front or back of printed documents. For a more
thorough cleaning, see Cleaning the printer on page 32.
ETB removal and replacement
Use the following procedure to remove the ETB (RM1–1881–000CN).
1.
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Remove or slightly pull out Tray 2 (RM1–1916–000CN).
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Remove three (3) screws, two (2) from the right cover assembly and one (1) from the left cover
assembly.
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Two (2) screws on right cover assembly
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One (1) screw on left cover assembly
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3.
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Open the front door.
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4.
Remove the right cover (RM1–1858–000CN), carefully twisting the front edges of the side
covers outward to remove.
NOTE To make the removal of the right cover assembly easier, release the tab on the
inside of the cover.
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5.
Remove the left cover.
6.
Squeeze the white link lever on the left side.
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Remove the screw on the right white plastic catch, and then remove the plastic catch.
8.
Close the ETB.
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9.
Remove the small black cable cover (RC1–5147–000CN) on the left side of the printer by
carefully snapping it out of place.
10. Remove one (1) grounding screw from the ETB harness.
11. Pull out the white wire holder by pushing it up.
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12. Pull out the ETB connector.
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ETB connector
13. Remove one (1) screw from each hinge cam on both sides.
14. Using needle-nose pliers, remove the hinge left cam (RC1–4249–000CN) and the right hinge
cam (RC1–5311–000CN).
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15. Remove the ETB.
Use the following procedure to replace the ETB.
1.
Align each foot of the ETB with the respective holes, securing the right side first, and then the
left side.
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2.
Alignment location
Complete replacement by following steps 1 through 14 above in reverse order.
NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover
and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots.
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Fuser removal and replacement
Use the following procedure to remove the fuser.
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Unplug the power cable.
2.
Remove the paper delivery tray assembly (RM1–1859–000CN).
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3.
Remove two (2) screws from the right cover assembly (RM1–1858–000CN).
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4.
Remove the right cover assembly, carefully disengaging the catches.
5.
Unplug the control panel cable.
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6.
Insert a screwdriver to loosen the release tab on each side of the upper face cover.
7.
Remove the upper face cover (RC1–5174–000CN).
8.
Remove four (4) screws from the upper cover (RC1–5176–000CN).
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9.
Lift up and remove the face-down cover (RC1–5173–000CN).
10. Remove the output tray by releasing the tabs.
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Release tabs
11. Unplug the harness from the fuser motor.
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12. Open two (2) clips and remove one (1) clip to remove the fuser connector.
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Open clips
2
Remove clip
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Fuser connector
2
Remove clip from the board by pulling up
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13. Unplug two (2) 3-pin optical encoder wires.
14. Unplug the red high-voltage bias wire.
15. Remove the thermistor wire.
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16. Remove the wiring harness.
17. Remove three (3) screws from the fuser chassis.
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Three (3) screws
18. Gently rocking if necessary, roll the fuser (RM1–1820–00CN for 110V) or (RM1–1821–000CB
for 220V) forward to remove.
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Use the following procedure to replace the fuser.
1.
Align the fuser tabs with their respective holes.
2.
Complete replacement by following steps 1 through 18 above in reverse order.
NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover
and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots.
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NOTE
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Connect the control panel cable before replacing the right cover.
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Formatter removal and replacement
Use the following procedure to remove the formatter.
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Remove the cassette dust cover (RC1–5200–000CN).
2.
Remove nine (9) screws from the rear plate (RC1–5227–000CN).
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3.
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Remove the rear plate.
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Unplug three (3) connectors: two (2) data connectors and one (1) power connector.
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Flat cable
2
Power cables
3
VW-1 flat cable
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5.
Remove four (4) screws from the formatter.
6.
Lifting it up, remove the formatter.
To replace the formatter, follow steps 1 through 6 above in reverse order.
NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover
and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots.
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DC controller removal and replacement
Use the following procedure to remove the DC controller.
1.
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2.
Remove nine (9) screws from the rear plate (RC1–5227–000CN).
3.
Remove the rear plate.
4.
Gently unplug 16 connectors.
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Remove four (4) screws from the DC controller.
1
6.
Four (4) screws
Remove the DC controller PCB assembly (RM1–1975–000CN).
To replace the DC controller, follow steps 1 through 6 above in reverse order.
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Separation pad removal and replacement
Use the following procedure to remove the separation pad.
1.
Remove Tray 2 (shown) or optional Tray 3.
2.
Remove two (2) screws that attach the separation pad.
3.
Remove the separation pad assembly (RC1–5356–000CN).
To replace the separation pad, follow steps 1 through 3 above in reverse order.
NOTE
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Paper pickup roller removal and replacement
Use the following procedures to remove the paper pickup roller.
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Open the front door.
2.
Remove the print cartridges.
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3.
Remove two (2) screws.
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4.
Remove the pre-transfer guide (RC1–5419–000CN).
5.
Use a small screwdriver to pull back on the tabs.
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6.
Rotating it towards the back, remove the paper pickup roller (RC1-5440-000CN).
To replace the paper pickup roller, follow steps 1 through 6 above in reverse order.
Control panel removal and replacement
Use the following procedure to remove the control panel.
1.
Remove two (2) screws from the right cover assembly.
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2.
Remove the paper delivery tray assembly (RM1–1859–000CN).
3.
Remove the right cover assembly (RM1–1858–000CN), carefully twisting the front edges of the
side covers outward to remove.
4.
Unplug the control panel cable.
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Lift up and remove the upper face cover (RC1-5173-000CN).
6.
Remove four (4) screws from the upper cover (RC1–5176–000CN).
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7.
Remove one (1) screw from the inside upper cover (RC1–5178–000CN) and then remove the
black output guide.
8.
Remove two (2) screws from the control panel.
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Remove the control panel assembly (RM1–1983–000CN).
To replace the control panel, follow steps 1 through 9 above in reverse order.
NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover
and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots.
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Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting information is organized to help you resolve printing problems. Choose the
general topic or type of problem from the following list.
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Clearing jams
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Print problems
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Functional tests (service only)
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Service mode functions (service only)
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Troubleshooting tools
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HP Toolbox
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Diagnostic resources
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Repetitive image defect ruler
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Firmware and software updates
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Troubleshooting process
Use the troubleshooting checklist to solve issues with the device.
Troubleshooting checklist
Follow the steps in the following table when trying to solve a problem with the device.
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Table 6-1 Troubleshooting checklist
Step
number
Verification step
Possible problems
Solutions
1
Is the power on?
No power due to failed power source,
cable, switch, or fuse.
1.
Verify that the device is plugged
in.
2.
Verify that the power cable is
functional and that the power
switch is on.
3.
Check the power source by
plugging the device directly into
the wall or into a different outlet.
4.
Test the outlet or connect
another device to the outlet to
verify that the outlet is functioning.
When the device is
connected to a grounded
power source, the control
panel shows HewlettPackard with both the
Ready and Attention lights
blinking. The control panel
will then display
Initializing and then
Ready, at which time only
the green light will be on.
2
Does Ready appear in
the device control panel?
Control panel shows an error.
See Control panel messages
on page 108 for a list of common
messages that will help you correct
the error.
Control panel displays an error
message.
See Control panel messages
on page 108 for a list of common
messages that will help you correct
the error.
Media does not move smoothly
through the device paper path.
Clean the paper path.
Poor print quality.
For information, see General print
quality issues on page 139.
Software is not installed correctly or an
error occurred during software
installation.
Uninstall and then reinstall the device
software. Verify that you are using the
correct installation procedure and the
correct port setting.
The cable is not connected correctly.
Reconnect the cable.
An incorrect driver is selected.
Select the proper driver.
Other devices are connected to the
USB port.
Disconnect the other devices and try
again to print.
There is a port driver problem in
Microsoft Windows.
Uninstall and then reinstall the device
software. Verify that you are using the
correct installation procedure and the
correct port setting.
The control panel should
function without error
messages.
3
Do information pages
print?
Print a Configuration page.
4
Does the device print
from the computer?
Connect the USB cable to
the device and the
computer. Use a wordprocessing application to
send a print job to the
device.
If the error persists, see the support flyer that came in the device box.
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Clearing jams
This section contains information about clearing jams.
Paper path
Figure 6-1 Paper path
For paper path sensor locations, see Figure 4-12 Paper pickup and feed system on page 50.
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Common causes of paper jams
Occasionally, paper or other print media can become jammed during a print job. Some causes
include the following events:
Cause
Solution
The input trays are loaded improperly or overfilled.
Remove any excess paper from the input tray. Make sure
that the paper does not exceed the maximum stack height
mark in the input tray.
Tray 2 or optional Tray 3 is opened during a print job.
Make sure that Tray 2 or optional Tray 3 is closed.
Too many sheets accumulated in the output area or sheets
blocked the output area.
Remove any accumulated sheets and clear the output area.
For information about clearing jams from the output area,
see Output jams on page 105.
The print media that is being used does not meet HP
specifications.
Use only paper that meets HP specifications. For more
information, see the HP LaserJet Printer Family Print Media
Guide or go to http://www.hp.com/support/ljpaperguide.
The environment in which the print media was stored is too
humid or too dry.
Make sure that the printer environment is within humidity
specifications. For more information, see Printing and
storage environment on page 13.
A supply item is installed incorrectly, causing repeated jams.
Verify that all print cartridges and the ETB are correctly
installed.
Print media is skewed.
Input tray guides are not adjusted correctly. Adjust input tray
guides so they hold the print media firmly in place without
bending it.
NOTE Do not fan paper. Fanning can create static
electricity, which can cause the paper to stick
together.
Print media is binding or sticking together.
Remove paper, flex it, rotate it 180 degrees, or flip it over.
Reload paper into the input tray.
Print media is removed before it settles into the output bin.
Reset the printer. Wait until the page completely settles in
the output bin before removing it.
Print media is in poor condition.
Replace the paper.
Print media is not picked up by the internal rollers from
Tray 2 or Tray 3.
Remove the top sheet of paper. If the paper is heavier than
163 g/m2 (43 lb), it may not be picked from the tray.
Print media has rough or jagged edges.
Replace the paper.
Print media is perforated or embossed.
This paper does not separate easily. Feed single sheets
from Tray 1.
The printer supply items have reached the end of life.
Print media was not stored correctly.
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Check the printer control panel for messages prompting a
replacement of supplies, or print a supplies status page to
verify the remaining life of the supplies.
Replace the print media. Print media should be stored in the
original packaging in a controlled environment.
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Where to look for jams
Jams can occur in these locations:
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Inside the printer
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In input areas
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In the output area
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Paper path
The following illustration identifies the stages when jams can occur.
Figure 6-2 Jam locations and stages
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Pickup stage
2
Feeder stage
3
Transfer/feed stage
4
Fusing/delivery stage
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Find and remove the jam by using the instructions on the following pages. If the location of the jam is
not obvious, first look inside the printer.
Loose toner might remain in the printer after a jam. This problem should resolve itself after a few
sheets have been printed.
Each section below corresponds to an area where a paper jam could occur. Use the following
procedures to clear the jam. In all cases, grasp the jammed paper by both corners and pull slowly to
remove the paper.
Jams inside the printer
Use the following instructions to clear jams from inside the printer.
CAUTION Jams in this area might result in loose toner on the page. If you get toner on your
clothes or hands, wash them in cold water. (Hot water will set the toner into the fabric.)
1.
Open the front door.
CAUTION Do not place anything on the transfer belt, which is located on the
inside of the front door. Otherwise, the printer may be damaged, adversely
affecting print quality.
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2.
Carefully grasp the jammed paper by both corners and pull slowly to remove the paper.
3.
Close the front door.
Input jams
Tray 1
If the jammed paper is easily accessible from the outside of the printer, grasp both edges of the
paper and firmly pull to remove. Otherwise, follow the directions for Tray 2.
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Tray 2
Open the front door of the printer and remove paper as indicated on the jam instruction label, located
on the interior right side of the printer. Input jams are indicated on the label with the number 3.
Figure 6-3 Tray 2 input jam label
Output jams
Jams in the top bin
CAUTION Jams in these areas might result in loose toner on the page. If you get toner on
your clothes or hands, wash them in cold water. (Hot water will set the toner into the fabric.)
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Carefully grasp the jammed paper by both corners and pull slowly to remove the paper from the
top bin.
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2.
Open and close the front door.
Pickup delay jam
The printer performs the retry control, which executes the pickup operation three times, to retrieve
the pickup delay jam caused by the pickup error. When the registration paper sensor (SR1) does not
detect the leading edge of the paper within approximately 2.5 seconds (4.5 seconds for optional
cassette) after the pickup solenoid (SL1) is turned ON, the CPU tries to pick up the paper three times.
Pickup stationary jam
The CPU determines the pickup stationary jam when the registration paper sensor (SR1) does not
detect the trailing edge of the paper within approximately 8.6 seconds after it detects the leading edge.
Delivery delay jam
The CPU determines the delivery delay jam when the fuser delivery paper sensor (SR4) does not
detect the leading edge of the paper within approximately 6.6 seconds after the registration paper
sensor (SR1) detects the leading edge.
Wrapping jam
The CPU executes the wrapping jam detection after it assesses no delivery delay jam. The CPU
determines the wrapping jam, when the fusing delivery paper sensor (SR4) detects the paper
absence before the time equivalent to paper passage of its length minus 40 mm (1.6 inches) after the
SR4 detected the leading.
Delivery stationary jam
The CPU executes the delivery stationary jam detection after it assesses no wrapping jam. The CPU
determines the delivery stationary jam, when the fuser delivery paper sensor (SR4) detects the paper
presence after the time equivalent to paper passage of its length plus 50 mm (1.9 inches) from when
it detected the trailing edge.
Start-up residual paper jam
The CPU determines the start-up residual paper jam when either the pre-fuser paper sensor (SR5)
or the fuser delivery paper width sensor (SR4) detects the paper when the initial rotation is started.
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Door open jam
The CPU determines the door open jam, when either the pre-fuser paper sensor (SR5) or the fuser
delivery paper width sensor (SR4) detects paper when a door open is detected.
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Print problems
Getting information
The following sections contain information about control panel messages, error reports, and available
service menus.
Control panel messages
The majority of the control-panel messages are intended to guide the user through typical operation.
The control-panel messages indicate the status of the current operation, and include a page count on
the second line of the display, if appropriate. When the device is printing data, control-panel
messages indicate this status. In addition, alert messages, warning messages, and critical error
messages indicate situations that might require some action.
Alert and warning messages
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Device error
An internal error occurred in the device.
Press
Door open
The printer door is open.
The door must be closed before printing
can continue.
Engine comm.
The device experienced an internal
communication error.
This is a warning message only. Job output
might be affected.
Invalid driver
You are using the incorrect printer driver.
Reselect the printer driver appropriate for
your device.
Invalid entry
Invalid data or response.
Correct the entry.
Jam in
A paper jam has occurred in the print path.
Open the door and clear the jam. Then
(Select) to resume the job.
Press
error
press the
panel.
Cartridge area
Jam in
(Select) button on the control
A paper jam has occurred in the output area. Clear the jam, and then press the
(Select) button on the control panel.
Output bin
Jam in
A paper jam has occurred in the print path.
Open the door and clear the jam. Then
press the
panel.
print paper path
Jam in
(Select) button on the control
A paper jam has occurred in Tray 2.
Clear the jam, and then press the
(Select) button on the control panel.
A paper jam has occurred in Tray 3.
Clear the jam, and then press the
(Select) button on the control panel.
Load paper
The HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer is out
of paper.
Please load specified paper type into the
tray indicated.
Load Tray X
The printer is processing job, but the tray
indicated is empty.
Please load specified paper type and size
into the tray indicated.
tray 2
Jam in
tray 3
[TYPE] [SIZE]
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Manual feed
The printer is waiting for paper in the tray
indicated.
Load the paper as indicated.
The device memory has been almost
completely filled.
Allow the device to finish the job, or press
Press
Memory is low
Press
(Select) to cancel the job.
Break the job into smaller jobs that contain
fewer pages.
Misprint
The printed pages have been incorrectly
placed on the paper.
To continue, press the
on the control panel.
The print engine has failed to pick up a
piece of media.
In Tray 1, verify that the media was inserted
far enough into the tray. In Tray 2 or
optional Tray 3, verify that the paper-length
guide is in the correct position for the media
size that you are using.
Press
No paper pickup
Press
(Select) button
Reload the media in the input tray and
press
Unexpected size
(Select) to continue the job.
Unexpected paper size error. The media
size loaded in the tray does not match the
media size configured for the tray.
Verify that the print settings are set to the
specified media in the tray.
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
50.1 Fuser Error
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
Turn off the device, wait at least
25 minutes, and then turn on the device.
50.1 Fuser Error—low temperature
If a surge protector is being used, remove
it. Plug the device directly into the wall
socket. Use the power switch to turn on the
device.
in tray X
Critical error messages
50.2 Fuser Error
50.3 Fuser Error
50.3 Fuser Error—slow fuser
50.2 Fuser Error—high temperature
If this does not clear the error, replace the
fuser.
51.20 Error
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
51.21 Error
51.20 Error—black scanner error
51.22 Error
51.21 Error—cyan scanner error
51.23 Error
51.22 Error—magenta scanner error
51.23 Error—yellow scanner error
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, wait at least 30 seconds, and then
turn on the power and wait for the device to
initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove
it. Plug the device directly into the wall
socket. Use the power switch to turn the
device on.
Laser scanners are not replaceable.
Replace the engine.
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DC controller error. The device has
experienced an internal hardware error.
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, wait at least 30 seconds, and then
turn on the power and wait for the device to
initialize.
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
If a surge protector is being used, remove
it. Plug the device directly into the wall
socket. Use the power switch to turn the
device on.
Check the engine (DCC) firmware version.
Update if needed. Replace the DCC if a
firmware upgrade does not resolve the issue.
57 Fan Error
The device has experienced a problem with
its internal fan.
Turn off then on
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, wait at least 30 seconds, and then
turn on the power and wait for the device to
initialize.
The fan is not replaceable. Replace the
engine.
Supplies messages
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
One of the following messages may display:
The <color> print cartridge not installed
correctly.
Reinstall the <color> print cartridge.
The out threshold has been reached.
The supply must be replaced before
printing can continue.
Incorrect black
Incorrect cyan
Incorrect magenta
Incorrect yellow
One of the following messages may display:
Install black cartridge
Install cyan cartridge
Install magenta cartridge
Install yellow cartridge
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
One of the following messages may display:
A non-HP <color> cartridge is installed.
NOTE Any printer repair required
as a result of using a non-HP or
unauthorized supply is not covered
under warranty.
Non HP black
installed
Non HP cyan
To use this cartridge, override by pressing
the
installed
(Select) button on the control panel.
Non HP magenta
installed
Non HP yellow
installed
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
The <color> print cartridge low threshold
has been reached.
For more information go to the HP Color
LaserJet 1600 toolbox and click Supplies
Status. To order supplies online, click
Order Supplies.
The out threshold has been reached.
The supply must be replaced before
printing can continue.
A new supply has been installed that is not
made by HP. One of these four messages
is displayed until an HP supply is installed
If you believe you purchased an HP supply,
please call the HP fraud hotline at
1-877-219-3183. Service or repairs
required as a result of using non-HP
supplies is not covered under HP warranty.
alternates with
To accept
Press
One of the following messages may display:
Order black
cartridge,
Order cyan
cartridge,
Order magenta
cartridge, or
Order yellow
cartridge
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
One of the following messages may display:
Replace black cartridge
Replace cyan cartridge
Replace magenta cartridge
Replace yellow cartridge
One of the following messages may display:
Unauthorized yellow
Unauthorized magenta
or
(Select) is pressed.
Unauthorized cyan
To continue printing, press
(Select).
Unauthorized black
10.000x Supply error
E-label cannot be read or print cartridge is
not properly installed.
1.
Reinstall print cartridge.
2.
Turn on the printer.
3.
If the problem is not solved, replace
the cartridge.
10.0000 = Black print cartridge
10.0001 = Cyan print cartridge
10.0002 = Magenta print cartridge
10.0003 = Yellow print cartridge
10.100x Supply error
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A print cartridge is missing.
Install the correct print cartridge.
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Control panel message
Description
alternates with
10.1000 = Black print cartridge
Reinstall
10.1001 = Cyan print cartridge
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
10.1002 = Magenta print cartridge
Recommended action
10.1003 = Yellow print cartridge
HP supplies
No action required.
installed
The printer transitioned from having one or
more non-HP supplies to having all HP
supplies installed.
Install supplies
Multiple supplies are not installed.
Install correct print cartridges.
A non HP (cloned or refilled) supply has
been installed that is not made by HP and
was overridden.
If you believe you purchased an HP supply,
please call the HP fraud hotline at
1-877-219-3183. Service or repairs
required as a result of using non-HP
supplies is not covered under HP warranty.
Multiple supplies are low.
For more information go to the HP Color
LaserJet 1600 toolbox and click Supplies
Status. To order supplies online, click
Order Supplies.
The out threshold has been reached.
The supply must be replaced before
printing can continue.
Supply override in use. The user has
decided to continue printing beyond the out
point. A supply is low and using Override
may result in unsatisfactory print quality.
Replace the supply that is low.
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Non HP supply
in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
ORDER SUPPLIES
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Replace Supplies
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Replace supplies
Override in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Replace supply.
Supply override in use. The user has
decided to continue printing beyond the out
point. A supply is low and using Override
may result in unsatisfactory print quality.
Replace the supply that is low.
A new supply has been installed that is not
made by HP and was overridden.
If you believe you purchased an HP supply,
please call the HP fraud hotline at
1-877-219-3183. Service or repairs
required as a result of using non-HP
supplies is not covered under HP warranty.
Override in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Unauthorized
supply in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Status messages
Status messages are used to inform the user of the current state of the system. Status messages do
not require user action or acknowledgement, and are for information only.
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Calibrating...
The printer is calibrating.
No action is required.
Cleaning...
The printer is in cleaning mode.
No action is required.
Status log only messages
The following messages are not displayed on the control panel. They are printed on the Status log.
Table 6-2 Status log only messages
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Error log code
Description
54.06
Color density sensor error
54.10
Color plane registration sensor(s) error
54.11
Yellow density out of range
54.12
Magenta density out of range
54.13
Cyan density out of range
54.14
Black density out of range
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Reports menu
The following reports are available from the Reports menu.
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Demo Page—used to help market the product at retail stores
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Menu structure—highlights the control panel menu layout
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Config report—details all default device settings
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Supplies Status—provides information on each of the print cartridges, including estimated
pages remaining, cartridge serial number, and pages printed
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Configuration page
The Configuration page lists the current settings and properties of the printer. You can print a
Configuration page from the printer or HP Toolbox. To print the Configuration page from the printer,
see Configuration page on page 131.
Table 6-3 Configuration page
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Product information. This section contains the following basic information about the printer:
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Product name
●
Formatter number
●
Serial number
●
Service ID
●
Firmware version
●
Maximum print resolution
2
Memory. This section lists memory-related information, such as the total memory that is installed.
3
Paper settings. This section lists information about the media type for each tray and about the type settings for
all the media that the printer supports.
4
Page counts. This section lists the total number of pages printed, the number of color pages printed, and
information about paper jams.
5
Product Settings. This section lists information that is gathered during software installation, including the
language and the company name.
6
Paper Type. This section contains information about paper types that can be configured by the user.
8
Status log. This section contains information about printer errors, including an error code and the page count at
which the error occurred. For a list of status log messages, see Table 6-5 Status log messages on page 118.
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NOTE The color bars on the sides of the Configuration page represent 100%, 75%, 50%,
and 25% coverage.
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Supplies Status page
The Supplies Status page lists the remaining life of HP print cartridges. It also lists the estimated
pages remaining, number of pages printed, and other supplies information. You can print a Supplies
Status page from the printer or the HP Toolbox.
To print the Supplies Status page from the printer control panel
1.
Press
(Left arrow) or
2.
Press
(Select).
3.
Press
(Left arrow) or
4.
Press
(Select) to print the Supplies Status page.
NOTE
(Right arrow) to select the Reports menu.
(Right arrow) to select Supplies Status.
Supplies information is also available through the HP Toolbox.
Table 6-4 Supplies Status page
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Print cartridge area. This area contains a section for each of the print cartridges and provides information about
HP print cartridges. This information includes the part number for each print cartridge, whether each print
cartridge is low, and the life remaining for each print cartridge, which is expressed as a percentage, as a graphic,
and as the estimated number of pages remaining. This information might not be provided for non-HP supplies. In
some cases, if a non- HP supply is installed, you will see an alert message instead.
2
Ordering information. This section contains basic information about how to order new HP supplies.
3
Return and recycling information. This section contains a link to the Web site that you can visit for information
about recycling.
Menu map
The menu map lists the menu structure for each option available on the printer. Use the following
steps to print a menu map.
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To print the menu map from the printer control panel
1.
Press
(Left arrow) or
2.
Press
(Select).
3.
Press
(Left arrow) or
4.
Press
(Select) to print the menu map.
NOTE
(Right arrow) to select the Reports menu.
(Right arrow) to select Menu structure.
The menu map prints as two pages.
Status log
The status log for this printer is located on the Configuration page and lists the last five events. For
more information, see Configuration page on page 131.
Table 6-5 Status log messages
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Error log code
Description
10.0000
Black e-label error
10.0001
Cyan e-label error
10.0002
Magenta e-label error
10.0003
Yellow e-label error
10.1000
Black e-label missing
10.1001
Cyan e-label missing
10.1002
Magenta e-label missing
10.1003
Yellow e-label missing
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Error log code
Description
10.3000
Non-HP black
10.3001
Non-HP cyan
10.3002
Non-HP magenta
10.3003
Non-HP yellow
13.0000
Paper jam, Tray 1 area
13.0001
Paper jam, Tray 2 area
13.0002
Paper jam, Tray 3 area
13.0003
Paper jam, registration drum area
13.0004
Paper jam, drum fuser area
13.0005
Paper jam, fuser output area
20.0000
Memory out
21.0000
Video under run
50.1000
Low temperature fuser error
50.2000
Slow fuser error
50.3000
High temperature fuser error
50.4000
Fuser heater wire failure
50.5000
Fuser low temperature subtherm failure
50.6000
Fuser high temperature subtherm failure
52.0000
Scanner error, black laser failure
52.0100
Scanner error, cyan laser failure
52.0200
Scanner error, magenta laser failure
52.0300
Scanner error, yellow laser failure
54.0600
Density sensor error
54.1000
Color plane registration sensor error
54.2800
Sensor density contaminated
54.2801
Sensor color plane registration contaminated
55.0000
Engine comm fatal error
55.0001
Engine comm critical error
55.1000
DC controller memory error
57.0000
Fan motor error
57.0001
Fan cartridge failure
59.0000
Paper path/ETB rotation failure
59.0001
Paper path/ETB ramp up failure
101.0000
Color plane registration error
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Table 6-5 Status log messages (continued)
Error log code
Description
102.0000
DMAX calibration error
103.0000
DHALF calibration error
Service menu settings
The service menu is used to calibrate, restore factory default settings, and clean the print paper path.
The following service menu items are available:
●
Restore defaults—used to reset all customer-accessible menu settings back to the factory
default settings (except language) via the control panel or software
NOTE This service menu item does not reset factory-settable settings, including
formatter number, page counts, factory paper settings, language, and so on.
●
PowerSave—used to configure the amount of idle time before the engine enters sleep mode
●
Cleaning mode—used to remove dust and toner from the print paper path
Secondary service menu
The secondary service menu is intended for use by manufacturing engineers, service engineers,
developers, and support personnel. This menu provides options to perform various tests and print
out special reports.
The following secondary service menu items are available:
●
Service Reports—used to print out a continuous configuration report, translation report, and
error report
●
USB Speed—enables or disables the ability for the printer to operate in high speed.
The following USB Speed setting options are available:
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Auto
●
Hi speed
●
Full speed
●
Display test—verifies that all of the characters on the display function correctly by allowing you
to manually scroll through the characters
●
Clean ETB—used to clean the ETB
●
Calibrations
●
All Cals
●
CPR Cal
●
DMAX/DHALF Cal
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DHALF Only Cal
●
Test Page
To enter the secondary service menu, use the following procedure:
1.
Confirm that the device is in a Ready state.
2.
Press the
button (Select) to enter the main menu system.
3.
Press the
button (Left arrow) and the
4.
Press the
button (Select) to confirm 2ndary Service.
5.
(Left arrow) button and
Press the
service menu.
button (Cancel Job) simultaneously.
button (Right arrow) to navigate to the secondary
Printed image quality problems
Improving print quality
Use the print-quality settings in the HP Toolbox to improve print-quality problems. To access the
HP Toolbox, see HP Toolbox on page 146. The following menus contain paper type, print mode, and
print-quality settings. To restore the default settings, open the HP Toolbox and click Device
Settings. Then click Settings, Service, and in Restore Factory Settings, click Restore.
Paper Types menu
The purpose of this menu is to specify the print mode for paper types which are non-specific.
To make changes in the Paper Types menu, make the desired selections and click Apply.
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Print Modes for paper types
Weight
Default media types
Normal mode
75-89 g/m2
Plain, color, preprinted, prepunched,
recycled
Transparency
Transparencies
Labels
Labels
Light
75-89 g/m2
Light
Heavy
90-105 g/m2
Heavy
Cardstock
106-163 g/m2
Cardstock, bond
Light Glossy
75-105 g/m2
Light Glossy
Glossy
106-120 g/m2
Glossy
Heavy Glossy
121-163 g/m2
Heavy Glossy
HP Tough paper
HP Tough paper
Envelope
Envelopes
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Print Modes menu
Under the Print Modes menu in HP Toolbox, each Media Type will have a Fusing menu, a Transfer
menu, and a Toner menu. Select a setting for each menu item.
Media types are listed with the plain papers together, glossy papers together, and special media at
the end. To make changes in the Print Modes menu, make the desired selections and click Apply.
Table 6-7 Extended print modes
HP Toolbox extended print mode
Printer adjustment
Change in printer setting
Paper curl
Fusing adjustment
Reduced fuser temperature for less
negative paper curl
Heavy coverage
Fusing adjustment
Increased fuser temperature for less
positive paper curl with heavy toner
coverage
Toner offset
Fusing adjustment
Reduced fuser temperature for less
toner offset
Flap sealing
Fusing adjustment
Reduced fuser temperature to keep
envelope flaps from sealing
Less fusing
Fusing adjustment
Reduced fuser temperature
More fusing
Fusing adjustment
Increased fuser temperature
Dry paper
Transfer adjustment
Increased transfer bias for high
resistivity paper
Humid paper
Transfer adjustment
Decreased transfer bias for high
resistivity paper
Rough paper
Transfer adjustment
Increased transfer bias for high
resistivity paper
Less transfer current
Transfer adjustment
Reduced transfer bias
More transfer current
Transfer adjustment
Increased transfer bias
Less toner
Toner adjustment
Tone curve is scaled back so that solid
is not 100% halftone
Print quality menu
Under the Print Quality menu in HP Toolbox, there will be an Optimize section containing a number
of On/Off adjustments which will apply to all media types.
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Adjustment type
Default setting
Extended print mode
Description
Background Toner
Off
EEC95-9
Will reduce the developer
DC bias
Extra Cleaning
Off
EEC93-11
Increases rotations of the
ETB
Trailing Edge Overdevelopment (full-speed)
Off
EEC95-14
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Table 6-8 Optimize menu (continued)
Adjustment type
Default setting
Extended print mode
Trailing Edge Overdevelopment (half-speed)
Off
EEC95-14
Mottle Prevention
Off
EEC96-12
Will increase the developer
DC bias
Less Duplex Transfer Current Off
EEC68-10
Decreases transfer bias on
the 2nd side of duplex jobs.
For media that has low
resistivity after fusing.
EEC91>16h*
EEC92>-1**
More Duplex Transfer Current Off
EEC68-10
EEC91>16h*
EEC92>+1**
*
**
Description
Increases transfer bias on
the 2nd side of duplex jobs.
For media that has high
resistivity after fusing.
> means write xxh to bits 11–15
> means +/-y to bits 9–15
Understanding print-quality settings
Print-quality settings affect how light or dark the print is on the page and the style in which the
graphics are printed. You can also use the print-quality settings to optimize the print quality for a
specific media type.
You can change the settings in the device properties to accommodate the types of jobs that you are
printing. The following settings are available, depending on the printer driver that you are using:
●
Draft (600 dpi)
●
Normal (Image REt 2400)
NOTE
Changing the resolution can change the formatting of your text.
To temporarily change print-quality settings
To change the print-quality settings only for the current software program, open the properties
through the Print Setup menu in the program that you are using to print.
To change print-quality settings for all future jobs
For Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows Me:
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In the Windows system tray, click Start, select Settings, and then click Printers.
2.
Right-click the device icon.
3.
Click Properties (in Windows 2000, you can also click Printing Preferences).
4.
Change the settings, and click OK.
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For Windows XP (Classic view):
1.
In the Windows system tray, click Start, and then click Printers and Faxes.
2.
Right-click the device icon.
3.
Click Properties, or click Printing Preferences.
4.
Change the settings, and click OK.
Identifying and correcting printed image defects
Use the checklist and print-quality issues charts in this section to solve print-quality problems.
Print-quality checklist
General print-quality problems can be solved by using the following checklist:
1.
Make sure that the paper or print media that you are using meets specifications. Generally,
smoother paper provides better results.
2.
If you are using a special print media such as labels, transparencies, glossy, or letterhead,
ensure that you have printed by type.
3.
Print a Configuration page and Supplies Status page at the device.
●
Check the Supplies Status page to see if any supplies are low or empty. No information is
provided for non-HP print cartridges.
●
If the pages do not print correctly, the problem is with the hardware.
4.
Print a Demo page from the HP Toolbox. If the page prints, the problem is with the printer driver.
5.
Try printing from a different program. If the page prints correctly, the problem is with the
program from which you were printing.
6.
Restart the computer and the device and try printing again. If the problem is not resolved,
choose one of these options:
●
If the problem is affecting all printed pages, see General print quality issues on page 139.
●
If the problem is affecting only pages printed in color, see Solving issues with color
documents on page 143.
Paper handling issues
The following sections contains information about paper handling issues.
Wrong size/type media
Use the following procedure to troubleshoot and resolve wrong size or type media problems.
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1.
Make sure that the software program is selecting the correct media size or type.
2.
Make sure that the printer driver for the software program is correctly installed, configured, and
capable of requesting the desired media size and type.
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Make sure that the paper guides are touching the edges of the stack of media.
4.
If the size of media requested is not loaded in the tray selected, the printer draws media from
the next default tray that contains the correct size. Load the correct media in the tray and make
sure that the tray is adjusted correctly. Load the tray with enough media to complete the print
job. (See the HP Color LaserJet 1600 User Guide for information about configuring the input
trays.)
Cannot select a tray or feature to use
When you cannot select a tray or feature to use, use the following procedure to troubleshoot and
resolve problems.
1.
When the size of media requested is not loaded in the tray selected, the printer draws media
from the next default tray that contains the correct size. Load the correct media in the tray and
make sure that the tray is adjusted correctly. Load the tray with enough media to complete the
print job. (See the HP Color LaserJet 1600 User Guide for information about configuring the
input trays.)
2.
Make sure that the driver for the software program is correctly installed, configured, and capable
of requesting the desired media size and type, or feature.
Performance problems
Try the tips in this section if pages exit the device, but have nothing printed on them, or when the
device does not print any pages.
Table 6-9 Performance issues
Problem
Cause
Solution
Pages print but are totally blank.
The sealing tape might still be in the
print cartridges.
Verify that the sealing tape has been
completely removed from the print
cartridges.
The document might contain blank
pages.
Check the document that you are
printing to see if content appears on all
of the pages.
The device might be malfunctioning.
To check the device, print a
Configuration page.
Heavier media types can slow the print
job.
Print on a different type of media.
Complex pages will print slower.
Proper fusing may require a slower
print speed to ensure the best print
quality.
The device might not be pulling media
correctly.
See Paper handling issues on page 124.
The media is jamming in the device.
Clear the jam.
Pages print very slowly.
Pages did not print.
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Table 6-9 Performance issues (continued)
Problem
Cause
Solution
The USB cable might be defective or
incorrectly connected.
●
Disconnect the USB cable at both
ends and reconnect it.
●
Try printing a job that has printed
in the past.
●
Try using a different USB cable.
Other devices are running on your
computer.
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The device might not share a USB
port. If you have an external hard drive
that is connected to the same port as
the device, the other device might be
interfering. To connect and use the
device, you must disconnect the other
device or you must use two USB ports
on the computer.
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Functional tests (service only)
Engine test print
The engine test print is used to confirm whether the printer operates correctly or not. It is performed
by the engine controller.
If a malfunction occurs in the printer, perform an engine test print while the printer is in STBY mode
and then press the test print switch (on the rear side of the printer) once. A one-page test pattern of
horizontal lines will print as shown below.
Figure 6-4 Engine test print switch
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Service mode functions (service only)
Cold reset
Cold-reset, which power-cycles the engine with a special button press, is not supported for this
printer. Instead, use the feature “Restore defaults” located in the Service menu to reset default
settings. For more information, see Service menu on page 139.
NVRAM initializer
NVRAM init will perform the following functions:
●
Resets all customer-accessible menu settings via control panel and software back to the factory
default settings
●
Resets the language to the value set at the factory
●
Resets the default media size to cold reset media size
●
Resets the symbol set to PC-8
Use the following procedure to execute an NVRAM-init.
1.
Turn off the printer.
2.
Press and hold the
3.
Turn on the printer.
4.
When you see the message Permanent storage init displays, release the
(Cancel Job) buttons.
(Select) and
(Cancel Job) buttons simultaneously.
(Select) and
When the NVRAM init is complete, the printer will return to the Ready state.
Super NVRAM initializer
When a super NVRAM init is performed, the printer enters the Generic Product Mode, which
changes the language and country/region settings to “undefined.”
NOTE
Super NVRAM init will erase all data stored in the protected NVRAM settings.
Use the following procedure to execute a super NVRAM init.
1.
Turn off the printer.
2.
Press and hold the
3.
Turn on the printer.
4.
When you see the message Permanent storage init displays, release the
(Right arrow) buttons.
(Left arrow) and
(Right arrow) buttons simultaneously.
(Left arrow) and
When the super NVRAM init is complete, the printer will return to the Ready state.
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Restoring page counts and serial number
A software utility is available on the Service and Support CD-ROM to restore page counts and serial
numbers when the formatter is replaced or when any of the following settings are lost:
●
Color page count
●
Total page count
●
Formatter number
●
Service ID
●
USB serial number
To access the utility on the Service and Support CD-ROM, in the Library folder, double-click the
1600config.exe program. You can run the utility from the CD-ROM or copy it to your computer.
NOTE To use this program, the printer must be directly connected to your computer with a
USB cable.
Cleaning the ETB
To clean the ETB, use the following procedure:
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1.
Enter the Secondary service menu. For more information, see Secondary service menu
on page 120.
2.
Scroll through the menu and select Clean ETB.
3.
Press the
(Select) button to start the cleaning mode.
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Troubleshooting tools
The section describes the tools that can help you solve problems with your device.
Printer pages and reports
This section describes the pages and reports that help you diagnose and solve problems with the
device.
Demo page
(Left arrow) and
(Right arrow) buttons on the printer control
To print the Demo page, press the
panel simultaneously. You can also print this page from the HP Toolbox.
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Configuration page
The Configuration page lists the current settings and properties of the printer. You can print a
Configuration page from the printer or HP Toolbox. To print the Configuration page from the printer,
complete the following steps.
1.
Press the
(Left arrow) or the
2.
Press the
button (Select).
3.
Press the
(Left arrow) or the
4.
Press the
button (Select) to print the Configuration page.
(Right arrow) buttons to select the Reports menu.
(Right arrow) buttons to select Config report.
Table 6-10 Configuration page
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Product information. This section contains the following basic information about the printer, such as the product
name and the serial number.
●
Product name
●
Formatter number
●
Serial number
●
Service ID
●
Firmware version
●
Maximum print resolution
2
Memory. This section lists memory-related information, such as the total memory that is installed.
3
Paper settings. This section lists information about the media type for each tray and about the type settings for
all the media that the printer supports.
4
Page counts. This section lists the total number of pages printed, the number of color pages printed, and
information about paper jams.
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Product settings. This section lists the following information that is gathered during software installation:
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Language
●
Company name
●
Jam recovery settings (if set to ON, the last page will reprint if there is a paper jam)
●
I/O timeout information (default is 120 seconds)
9
Paper types. This section contains information about paper types that can be configured by the user. The default
settings are Plain.
8
Status log. This section contains information about printer errors, including an error log code and the page count
at which the error occurred. For a list of status log messages, see Table 6-5 Status log messages on page 118.
NOTE The color bars on the sides of the Configuration page represent 100%, 75%, 50%,
and 25% coverage.
Event log
Information for the last five events is available on the Configuration page under the Status log
section. For more information, see Configuration page on page 131.
For a list of messages that only appear in the event log, see Status log only messages on page 113.
Supplies Status page
The Supplies Status page lists the remaining life of the HP print cartridges. It also lists the estimated
pages remaining, number of pages printed, and other supplies information. You can print a Supplies
Status page from the device or HP Toolbox. To print from the device, complete the following steps.
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1.
Press the
2.
Press
3.
Use the
4.
Press
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(Left arrow) or the
(Right arrow) buttons to select the Reports.
(Select).
(Left arrow) or the
(Right arrow) buttons to select Supplies Status.
(Select) button to print the Supplies Status page.
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Table 6-11 Supplies Status page
1
Print cartridge area
2
Ordering information
3
Return and recycling information
Fuser cleaning page
For information about fuser cleaning pages, see Cleaning page on page 146 and To clean the fuser
using HP Toolbox on page 33.
Print quality troubleshooting pages
For more information about print quality troubleshooting pages, see HP Toolbox on page 146.
Control panel messages (error codes)
The majority of the control-panel messages are intended to guide the user through typical operation.
The control-panel messages indicate the status of the current operation, and include a page count on
the second line of the display, if appropriate. When the device is printing data, control-panel
messages indicate this status. In addition, alert messages, warning messages, and critical error
messages indicate situations that might require some action.
Alert and warning messages
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Device error
An internal error occurred in the device.
Press
(Select) to resume the job.
Press
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Door open
The printer door is open.
The door must be closed before printing
can continue.
Engine comm.
The device experienced an internal
communication error.
This is a warning message only. Job output
might be affected.
Invalid driver
You are using the incorrect printer driver.
Reselect the printer driver appropriate for
your device.
Invalid entry
Invalid data or response.
Correct the entry.
Jam in
A paper jam has occurred in the print path.
Open the door and clear the jam. Then
error
press the
panel.
Cartridge area
Jam in
(Select) button on the control
A paper jam has occurred in the output area. Clear the jam, and then press the
(Select) button on the control panel.
Output bin
Jam in
A paper jam has occurred in the print path.
Open the door and clear the jam. Then
press the
panel.
print paper path
Jam in
(Select) button on the control
A paper jam has occurred in Tray 2.
Clear the jam, and then press the
(Select) button on the control panel.
A paper jam has occurred in Tray 3.
Clear the jam, and then press the
(Select) button on the control panel.
Load paper
The HP Color LaserJet 1600 printer is out
of paper.
Please load specified paper type into the
tray indicated.
Load Tray X
The printer is processing job, but the tray
indicated is empty.
Please load specified paper type and size
into the tray indicated.
The printer is waiting for paper in the tray
indicated.
Load the paper as indicated.
The device memory has been almost
completely filled.
Allow the device to finish the job, or press
tray 2
Jam in
tray 3
[TYPE] [SIZE]
Manual feed
Press
Memory is low
Press
(Select) to cancel the job.
Break the job into smaller jobs that contain
fewer pages.
Misprint
The printed pages have been incorrectly
placed on the paper.
To continue, press the
on the control panel.
The print engine has failed to pick up a
piece of media.
In Tray 1, verify that the media was inserted
far enough into the tray. In Tray 2 or
optional Tray 3, verify that the paper-length
guide is in the correct position for the media
size that you are using.
Press
No paper pickup
Press
(Select) button
Reload the media in the input tray and
press
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Unexpected paper size error. The media
size loaded in the tray does not match the
media size configured for the tray.
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(Select) to continue the job.
Verify that the print settings are set to the
specified media in the tray.
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
50.1 Fuser Error
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
Turn off the device, wait at least
25 minutes, and then turn on the device.
50.1 Fuser Error—low temperature
If a surge protector is being used, remove
it. Plug the device directly into the wall
socket. Use the power switch to turn on the
device.
in tray X
Critical error messages
50.2 Fuser Error
50.3 Fuser Error
50.3 Fuser Error—slow fuser
50.2 Fuser Error—high temperature
If this does not clear the error, replace the
fuser.
51.20 Error
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
51.21 Error
51.20 Error—black scanner error
51.22 Error
51.21 Error—cyan scanner error
51.23 Error
51.22 Error—magenta scanner error
51.23 Error—yellow scanner error
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, wait at least 30 seconds, and then
turn on the power and wait for the device to
initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove
it. Plug the device directly into the wall
socket. Use the power switch to turn the
device on.
Laser scanners are not replaceable.
Replace the engine.
55.1 Error
DC controller error. The device has
experienced an internal hardware error.
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, wait at least 30 seconds, and then
turn on the power and wait for the device to
initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove
it. Plug the device directly into the wall
socket. Use the power switch to turn the
device on.
Check the engine (DCC) firmware version.
Update if needed. Replace the DCC if a
firmware upgrade does not resolve the issue.
57 Fan Error
The device has experienced a problem with
its internal fan.
Turn off then on
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, wait at least 30 seconds, and then
turn on the power and wait for the device to
initialize.
The fan is not replaceable. Replace the
engine.
Supplies messages
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
One of the following messages may display:
The <color> print cartridge not installed
correctly.
Reinstall the <color> print cartridge.
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
The out threshold has been reached.
The supply must be replaced before
printing can continue.
Incorrect black
Incorrect cyan
Incorrect magenta
Incorrect yellow
One of the following messages may display:
Install black cartridge
Install cyan cartridge
Install magenta cartridge
Install yellow cartridge
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
One of the following messages may display:
A non-HP <color> cartridge is installed.
NOTE Any printer repair required
as a result of using a non-HP or
unauthorized supply is not covered
under warranty.
Non HP black
installed
Non HP cyan
To use this cartridge, override by pressing
the
installed
(Select) button on the control panel.
Non HP magenta
installed
Non HP yellow
installed
alternates with
To accept
Press
One of the following messages may display:
Order black
cartridge,
The <color> print cartridge low threshold
has been reached.
For more information go to the HP Color
LaserJet 1600 toolbox and click Supplies
Status. To order supplies online, click
Order Supplies.
Order cyan
cartridge,
Order magenta
cartridge, or
Order yellow
cartridge
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
The out threshold has been reached.
The supply must be replaced before
printing can continue.
A new supply has been installed that is not
made by HP. One of these four messages
is displayed until an HP supply is installed
If you believe you purchased an HP supply,
please call the HP fraud hotline at
1-877-219-3183. Service or repairs
required as a result of using non-HP
supplies is not covered under HP warranty.
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
One of the following messages may display:
Replace black cartridge
Replace cyan cartridge
Replace magenta cartridge
Replace yellow cartridge
One of the following messages may display:
Unauthorized yellow
Unauthorized magenta
or
(Select) is pressed.
Unauthorized cyan
To continue printing, press
(Select).
Unauthorized black
10.000x Supply error
E-label cannot be read or print cartridge is
not properly installed.
10.0000 = Black print cartridge
10.0001 = Cyan print cartridge
1.
Reinstall print cartridge.
2.
Power cycle device.
3.
If the problem is not solved, replace
the cartridge.
10.0002 = Magenta print cartridge
10.0003 = Yellow print cartridge
10.100x Supply error
A print cartridge is missing.
alternates with
10.1000 = Black print cartridge
Reinstall
10.1001 = Cyan print cartridge
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
10.1002 = Magenta print cartridge
Install the correct print cartridge.
10.1003 = Yellow print cartridge
HP supplies
No action required.
installed
The printer transitioned from having one or
more non-HP supplies to having all HP
supplies installed.
Install supplies
Multiple supplies are not installed.
Install correct print cartridges.
A non-HP (cloned or refilled) supply has
been installed that is not made by HP and
was overridden.
If you believe you purchased an HP supply,
please call the HP fraud hotline at
1-877-219-3183 or go to the HP anticounterfeit Web site at http://www.hp.com/
go/anticounterfeit. Service or repairs
required as a result of using non-HP
supplies is not covered under HP warranty.
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Non HP supply
in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
ORDER SUPPLIES
Multiple supplies are low.
For more information go to the HP Color
LaserJet 1600 toolbox and click Supplies
Status. To order supplies online, click
Order Supplies.
The out threshold has been reached.
The supply must be replaced before
printing can continue.
Supply override in use. The user has
decided to continue printing beyond the out
point. A supply is low and using Override
may result in unsatisfactory print quality.
Replace the supply that is low.
Supply override in use. The user has
decided to continue printing beyond the out
point. A supply is low and using Override
may result in unsatisfactory print quality.
Replace the supply that is low.
A new supply has been installed that is not
made by HP and was overridden.
If you believe you purchased an HP supply,
please call the HP fraud hotline at
1-877-219-3183. Service or repairs
required as a result of using non-HP
supplies is not covered under HP warranty.
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Replace Supplies
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Replace supplies
Override in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Replace supply.
Override in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Unauthorized
supply in use
alternates with
Ready
The supplies gauge will display the
consumption levels of print cartridges.
Status messages
Status messages are used to inform the user of the current state of the system. Status messages do
not require user action or acknowledgement, and are for information only.
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Calibrating...
The printer is calibrating.
No action is required.
Cleaning...
The printer is in cleaning mode.
No action is required.
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Status log only messages
The following messages are not displayed on the control panel. They are printed on the Status log.
Table 6-12 Status log only messages
Error log code
Description
54.06
Color density sensor error
54.10
Color plane registration sensor(s) error
54.11
Yellow density out of range
54.12
Magenta density out of range
54.13
Cyan density out of range
54.14
Black density out of range
Service menu
Use the control-panel Service menu to troubleshoot device problems.
Restoring the factory-set defaults
Restoring the factory-set defaults returns all of the settings to the factory defaults.
To restore the factory-set defaults
1.
Use the
(Select).
2.
(Left arrow) or the
Use the
press
(Select).
(Right arrow) button to select Service, and then press
(Left arrow) or the
(Right arrow) button to select Restore defaults, and then
The device automatically restarts.
General print quality issues
The following examples depict letter-size paper that has passed through the device short edge first.
These examples illustrate problems that would affect all of the pages that you print, whether you print
in color or in black only. The topics that follow list the typical cause and solution for each of these
examples.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Print is light or faded.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
One or more print cartridges might be
low. If you are using non-HP print
cartridges, no messages appear on the
device control panel or in the
HP Toolbox.
Replace any low print cartridges.
If none of the print cartridges is low or
empty, remove the print cartridges one
at a time and inspect the toner roller in
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Table 6-13 General print quality issues (continued)
Problem
Cause
Solution
each to see if the roller is damaged. If
so, replace the print cartridge.
Print the Supplies Status page to check
the remaining life.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
The paper path might need cleaning.
Clean the paper path. See the
HP Toolbox online Help.
A single sheet of print media might be
defective.
Try reprinting the job.
The moisture content of the paper is
uneven or the paper has moist spots
on its surface.
Try different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
The paper lot is flawed. The
manufacturing processes can cause
some areas to reject toner.
Try different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
Vertical streaks or bands appear on the
page.
One or more print cartridges might be
low or defective. If you are using nonHP print cartridges, no messages
appear on the device control panel or
in the HP Toolbox.
Replace any low print cartridges.
The amount of background toner
shading becomes unacceptable.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use a different paper with a lighter
basis weight.
Very dry (low humidity) conditions can
increase the amount of background
shading.
Check the device environment.
Toner specks appear.
Dropouts appear.
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Table 6-13 General print quality issues (continued)
Problem
Toner smears appear on the media.
The toner smears easily when touched.
Cause
Solution
One or more print cartridges might be
low. If you are using non-HP print
cartridges, no messages appear on the
device control panel or in the
HP Toolbox.
Replace any low print cartridges.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
If toner smears appear on the leading
edge of the paper, the media guides
are dirty, or debris has accumulated in
the print path.
Clean the media guides and the paper
path.
The device is not set to print on the
type of media on which you want to
print.
In the printer driver, select the Paper
tab and set Type is to match the type
of media on which you are printing.
Print speed might be slower if you are
using heavy paper.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
The paper path might need cleaning.
Clean the device.
Marks repeatedly appear at even
The device is not set to print on the
intervals on the printed side of the page. type of media on which you want to
print.
In the printer driver, select the Paper
tab and set Type is to match the type
of paper on which you are printing.
Print speed might be slower if you are
using heavy paper.
For more information, see Repetitive
image defect ruler on page 149.
Marks repeatedly appear at even
intervals on the unprinted side of the
page.
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Internal parts might have toner on them.
The problem typically corrects itself
after a few more pages.
The paper path might need cleaning.
Clean the device.
The fuser might be damaged or dirty.
Clean using instructions in HP Toolbox.
A print cartridge may have a problem.
To determine which cartridge has a
problem, print the PQ diagnostics page
from HP Toolbox.
Internal parts might have toner on them.
The problem typically corrects itself
after a few more pages.
The paper path might need cleaning.
Clean the device.
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Table 6-13 General print quality issues (continued)
Problem
Aa
a
The printed page contains misformed
characters.
The printed page is curled or wavy.
Text or graphics are skewed on the
printed page.
The printed page contains wrinkles or
creases.
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Cause
Solution
The fuser might be damaged or dirty.
Clean using instructions in HP Toolbox.
For more information, see Repetitive
image defect ruler on page 149.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
If characters are incorrectly formed so
that they produce a wavy effect, the
laser scanner might need service.
Verify that the problem also occurs on
the Configuration page.
The device is not set to print on the
type of media on which you want to
print.
In the printer driver, select the Paper
tab and set Type is to match the type
of paper on which you are printing.
Print speed might be slower if you are
using heavy paper.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
Both high temperature and humidity
can cause paper curl.
Check the device environment.
The media might be loaded incorrectly.
Make sure that the paper or other print
media is loaded correctly and that the
media guides are not too tight or too
loose against the stack.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
The media might be loaded incorrectly.
Verify that the media is loaded
correctly and that the media guides are
not too tight or too loose against the
stack.
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Table 6-13 General print quality issues (continued)
Problem
Cause
Solution
Turn over the stack of paper in the
input tray, or try rotating the paper 180°
in the input tray.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
Toner appears around the printed
characters.
The media might be loaded incorrectly.
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray.
If large amounts of toner have
scattered around the characters, the
paper might have high resistivity.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
An image that appears at the top of the
page (in solid black) repeats farther
down the page (in a gray field).
Software settings might affect image
printing.
In your software program, change the
tone (darkness) of the field in which the
repeated image appears.
In your software program, rotate the
whole page 180° to print the lighter
image first.
The order of images printed might
affect printing.
Change the order in which the images
are printed. For example, have the
lighter image at the top of the page,
and the darker image farther down the
page.
A power surge might have affected the
device.
If the defect occurs later in a print job,
turn the device off for 10 minutes, and
then turn on the device to restart the
print job.
Solving issues with color documents
This section describes issues that can occur when you print in color.
Table 6-14 Color document issues
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Only black is printing when the
document should be printing in color.
Color mode is not selected in your
program or printer driver.
Select color mode instead of grayscale
mode.
The correct printer driver might not be
selected in the program.
Select the correct printer driver.
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Table 6-14 Color document issues (continued)
Problem
One or more colors are not printing, or
are inaccurate.
A color is printing inconsistently after
you load a new print cartridge.
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
The colors on the printed page do not
match the colors as they appear on the
screen.
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Cause
Solution
The device might not be correctly
configured.
Print a Configuration page.
Sealing tape might be on the print
cartridges.
Verify that the sealing tape has been
completely removed from the print
cartridges.
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
The device might be operating in
excessively humid conditions.
Verify that the device environment is
within humidity specifications.
One or more print cartridges might be
low. If you are using non-HP print
cartridges, no messages appear on the
device control panel or in the
HP Toolbox.
Replace any low print cartridges.
The control panel is set for override.
Replace low or empty print cartridges.
Another print cartridge might be low. If
you are using a non-HP print cartridge,
it might be low or empty but you will
receive no indication.
Remove the print cartridge for the color
that is printing inconsistently and
reinstall it.
The control panel is set for override.
Replace low or empty print cartridges.
The colors on your computer monitor
might differ from the device output.
Click the Color tab of the printer driver.
Under Color Options click Settings,
and select sRGB default.
If extremely light colors or extremely
dark colors on screen are not printing,
your software program might interpret
extremely light colors as white or
extremely dark colors as black.
If possible, avoid using extremely light
or extremely dark colors.
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Table 6-14 Color document issues (continued)
Problem
Cause
Solution
The media might not meet HP
specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for color
laser printers.
The media might be too rough.
Use a smooth paper or print media,
such as a high-quality paper that is
made for color laser printers.
Generally, smoother media produces
better results.
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
AaBbCc
The finish on the printed color page is
inconsistent.
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HP Toolbox
HP Toolbox
HP Toolbox is a Web application that you can use for troubleshooting tasks.
To view HP Toolbox
Open HP Toolbox in one of these ways:
●
On the Windows desktop, double-click the HP Toolbox icon.
●
On the Windows Start menu, click Programs (All Programs in Windows XP), click HP, click
HP Color LaserJet 1600, and then click HP Color LaserJet 1600 toolbox.
Troubleshooting tab
HP Toolbox includes a Troubleshooting tab that contains links to the following main pages:
●
Clearing Jams. View information about locating and clearing jams.
●
Print Problems. View Help topics that can help you solve print problems.
●
Troubleshooting Tools. Employ such troubleshooting tools as a cleaning page or a color
troubleshooting page to maintain the device.
●
Animated Demonstrations. View animated Help demonstrations for the device.
NOTE
Other tabs on HP Toolbox might be helpful in troubleshooting device problems.
Print quality troubleshooting pages
The following features are available from the HP Toolbox.
Printer calibration
Calibrations are performed at regular intervals. For best print quality, a calibration can be performed
from the control panel. For information about calibrating the printer at the control panel, see Printer
calibration on page 57.
Calibrating the printer using HP Toolbox
Use the following steps to calibrate the printer using HP Toolbox.
1.
Open the HP Toolbox.
2.
On the Troubleshooting tab, click Calibrate now.
Cleaning page
The device features a special cleaning mode to clean the paper path.
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NOTE If you have access to HP Toolbox, HP recommends cleaning the paper path by using
HP Toolbox.
1.
Make sure that the printer is turned on and in the Ready state.
2.
Open the HP Toolbox.
3.
On the Troubleshooting tab, click Troubleshooting Tools, and then click Print. A page with a
pattern prints from the printer.
4.
At the printer, remove any print media in Tray 2 or optional Tray 3.
5.
Remove the page that printed and load it face-down into Tray 2 or optional Tray 3.
6.
At the computer, press the Clean button.
Configuration page
The Configuration page lists the current settings and properties of the printer. You can print a
Configuration page from the printer or HP Toolbox. To print the Configuration page from the printer,
see Configuration page on page 131.
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Diagnostic resources
Reports menu
The Reports menu contains the following diagnostic tools:
●
Demo page
●
Menu structure report
●
Configuration report
●
Color supplies status
For a more detailed description about the diagnostic tools available from the Reports menu, see
Reports menu on page 114 in the Print problems on page 108 section.
Web diagnostics tools
For information on available Web diagnostic tools, go to http://www.hp.com/support/clj1600.
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Repetitive image defect ruler
Use a repetitive image defect ruler to measure occurrences of repetitive image defects to help solve
image quality problems. Place the ruler next to the first occurrence of the defect on the page. Find
the distance between identical defects and see the Table 6-15 Repetitive image defects on page 149
table to identify the component that is causing the defect.
Table 6-15 Repetitive image defects
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Measurement
Component
24.7 mm (0.97 inch)
Developer sleeve
26.7 mm (1.05 inches)
Charge roller
32.9 mm (1.3 inches)
RS roller
37.7 mm (1.48 inches)
Transfer roller
54.5 mm (2.15 inches)
ETB rollers
56.6 mm (2.22 inches)
Fuser sleeve
62.8 mm (2.47 inches)
Pressure roller
75.4 mm (2.97 inches)
OPC
Repetitive image defect ruler
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Firmware and software updates
Use the following procedure to periodically check for firmware and software updates.
150
1.
Go to http://www.hp.com/support/clj1600.
2.
Select Download drivers and software and then select the appropriate operating system for
you computer.
3.
Follow the instructions provided on the download pages.
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Parts and diagrams
NOTE In this chapter, part numbers are only listed for available replaceable parts.
References to non-replaceable parts are provided for identification.
This section contains the following information.
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Overview
●
Assembly locations
●
Covers
●
Internal assemblies
●
Input devices
●
Diagrams
●
Alphabetical parts list
●
Numerical parts list
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Overview
Replaceable parts
The following table lists the replaceable parts available for this printer.
Table 7-1 Available replaceable parts
Description
Part number
FORMATTER PCB (replacement)
CB374-60001
Diagram
FLAT FLEX CABLE DCC-FORMATTER Q6456-60101
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, LEFT
RC1-5096-000CN
See Figure 7-6 Internal components (2
of 3) on page 168.
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, RIGHT
RC1-5097-000CN
See Figure 7-6 Internal components (2
of 3) on page 168.
RETAINER, PAPER
RC1-5062-000CN
See Figure 7-6 Internal components (2
of 3) on page 168.
CABLE COVER UNIT
RC1-5147-000CN
See Figure 7-6 Internal components (2
of 3) on page 168.
COVER, LEFT
RC1-5183-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160.
COVER, CASSETTE, LEFT
RC1-5184-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160.
COVER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
RC1-5188-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160.
COVER, CASSETTE, DUST
RC1-5200-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160. and Figure
7-14 Tray 2 input tray internal
components on page 194.
PLATE, REAR
RC1-5227-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160.
ROLLER, PICK UP
RC1-5440-000CN
See Figure 7-15 Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2 on page 198 and
Figure 7-17 Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 206.
COVER, FACE DOWN
RC1-5173-000CN
See Assembly locations on page 156.
COVER, UPPER FACE S
RC1-5174-000CN
See Assembly locations on page 156.
FUSER ASSY
RM1-1820-000CN
See Figure 7-10 Fuser assembly
on page 182.
110-127V
FUSER ASSY
RM1-1821-000CN
See Figure 7-10 Fuser assembly
on page 182.
220-240V
152
FRONT DOOR ASSY
RM1-1856-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160.
RIGHT COVER ASSY
RM1-1858-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160.
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Table 7-1 Available replaceable parts (continued)
Description
Part number
Diagram
PAPER DELIVERY TRAY ASSY
RM1-1859-000CN
See Figure 7-3 External panels and
covers (2 of 2) on page 160.
COVER, INSIDE, UPPER
RC1-5178-000CN
See Figure 7-4 Upper cover assembly
on page 162.
ETB UNIT
RM1-1885-000CN
See Figure 7-6 Internal components (2
of 3) on page 168.
TRAY 1 & 2 CASSETTE (tray only)
RM1-1916-000CN
See Figure 7-12 Tray 2 input tray
(cassette) on page 188.
SEPARATION ASSY
RM1-1922-000CN
See Figure 7-12 Tray 2 input tray
(cassette) on page 188 and Figure 7-16
Tray 3 input tray (cassette) on page 202.
FEED ASSY
RM1-1923-000CN
See Figure 7-12 Tray 2 input tray
(cassette) on page 188.
TRAY 3 CASSETTE (tray only)
RM1-1945-000CN
See Figure 7-16 Tray 3 input tray
(cassette) on page 202.
UPPER COVER
RC1-5176-000CN
See Figure 7-4 Upper cover assembly
on page 162.
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASSY
RM1-1975-000CN
See Figure 7-7 Internal components (3
of 3) on page 172 and Figure 7-11 PCB
assembly location (Tray 2) on page 186.
CONTROL PANEL ASSY
RM1-1983-000CN
See Figure 7-8 Control panel assembly
on page 176.
Black Toner Cartridge
Q6000A
Cyan Toner Cartridge
Q6001A
Yellow Toner Cartridge
Q6002A
Magenta Toner Cartridge
Q6003A
Replacement-Toner-Black
Q6000–67901
Replacement-Toner-Cyan
Q6001–67901
Replacement-Toner-Yellow
Q6002–67901
Replacement-Toner-Magenta
Q6003–67901
Tray 3 paper feeder
Q6459–69001
Replacement Whole printer units 110v
Q6455-67056
Replacement Whole printer units 220v
Q6455-67055
Refurbished Whole printer units 110v
Q6455-69056
Refurbished Whole printer units 220v
Q6455-69055
Optional Tray 3
Q6459A
Replacement Tray 3 (tray and
assembly)
Q6459-69001
Order replacement parts from the following Web site:
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http://www.partsdirect.hp.com
Related documentation and software
Order documentation and software from the companies listed in the following table; some
documentation and software is available at the following Web sites.
Table 7-2 Technical support Web sites
HP Customer Care Online
http://www.hp.com/support
Software drivers, support documentation, and answers to
frequently asked questions
HP Technical Training
http://www.hp.com/education
Supplies
Printer supplies are listed in Life expectancies of replacement supplies on page 30. Consumables
are available directly from HP at the following numbers.
●
US: 1-800-538-8787
●
Canada: 1-800-387-3154
Contact your local HP Parts Coordinator for other local phone numbers.
Accessories
Table 7-3 Accessories
Product name
Description
Optional 250-sheet tray Optional Tray 3
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Product number
Part number
Exchange number
(replacement
number)
Q6459A
Q6459–69001
RM1–1945–000CN
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Assembly locations
Figure 7-1 Assembly location diagram
156
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Table 7-4 Assembly locations
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
* Not set up as a service part
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1
UPPER COVER
*
2
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
RM1-1983-000CN
3
FUSER ASSEMBLY
RM1-1820-000CN (110v) or
RM1-1821-000CN (220v)
4
MAIN DRIVE ASSEMBLY
*
5
PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASSEMBLY
*
6
CASSETTE
RM1-1916-000CN
Assembly locations
157
Figure 7-2 External panels and covers (1 of 2)
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Table 7-5 External panels and covers (1 of 2)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
*
RF
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT
*
1
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
1
CLIP, CABLE
*
1
SADDLE, WIRE
*
1
1
COVER, FACE-DOWN
RC1-5173-000CN
1
2
COVER, UPPER FACE, S
RC1-5174-000CN
1
3
COVER, LEFT
RC1-5183-000CN
1
4
COVER, CASSETTE, LEFT
RC1-5184-000CN
1
9
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
RC1-5200-000CN
1
10
PLATE, REAR
RC1-5227-000CN
1
14
PAPER DELIVERY TRAY ASS'Y
RM1-1859-000CN
1
16
PLATE, GROUNDING
*
1
501
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X8
*
2
A18
TRAY, EXTENSION
*
1
A19
TRAY, FACE-DOWN
*
1
A20
PLATE, DELIVERY BACK END LIMIT
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
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159
Figure 7-3 External panels and covers (2 of 2)
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Table 7-6 External panels and covers (2 of 2)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
*
RF
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT
*
1
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
1
CLIP, CABLE
*
1
SADDLE, WIRE
*
1
5
COVER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
RC1-5188-000CN
1
6
ARM, FRONT DOOR, LEFT
*
1
7
ARM, FRONT DOOR, RIGHT
*
1
8
SHAFT, FRONT DOOR ARM
*
2
9
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
RC1-5200-000CN
1
10
PLATE, REAR
RC1-5227-000CN
1
11
FRONT DOOR ASS'Y
RM1-1856-000CN
1
13
RIGHT COVER ASS'Y
RM1-1858-000CN
1
15
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
*
1
A01
DOOR, FRONT
*
1
A02
LEVER, LINK
*
2
A03
LEVER, TOGGLE, LEFT
*
1
A04
LEVER, TOGGLE, RIGHT
*
1
A05
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
2
A13
SCREW, TP
*
2
A15
COVER, RIGHT
*
1
A16
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
*
1
A21
BUSHING
*
2
A22
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
*
1
A23
GUIDE, LIGHT
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
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Covers
Figure 7-4 Upper cover assembly
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Table 7-7 Upper assembly cover
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
* Not set up as a service part
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A01
COVER, UPPER
RC1-5176-000CN
1
A02
COVER, INSIDE, UPPER
RC1-5178-000CN
1
A03
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
1
Covers
163
Internal assemblies
Figure 7-5 Internal components (1 of 3)
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Table 7-8 Internal components (1 of 3)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
*
RF
1
CROSSMEMBER, TOP COVER
*
1
2
BRACKET, LEFT REAR
*
1
3
BRACKET, RIGHT REAR
*
1
4
COVER, INSIDE, RIGHT
*
1
5
BRACKET, CARD READER
*
1
6
HOLDER, FAN RETAINER
*
1
7
LATCH, LEFT
*
1
8
BUSHING
*
1
9
LATCH, RIGHT
*
1
10
LEVER, ETB RELEASE
*
1
11
FAN
*
1
12
GEAR, 54T
*
1
13
SPRING, TENSION
*
2
14
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
15
LEFT INTERNAL COVER ASS'Y
*
1
16
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, RIGHT
*
1
17
HOLDER, DRUM
*
1
18
BUSHING
*
1
19
PLATE, PRESSURE, RIGHT
*
4
20
BUSHING
*
4
21
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
*
1
22
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
1
23
GEAR, 20T
*
2
24
GEAR, 36T
*
4
25
GEAR, 36T
*
2
26
SPRING, TORSION
*
4
27
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
15
27
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
14
27
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
1
27
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
4
28
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, LEFT
*
1
29
HOLDER, DRUM
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
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165
166
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
30
LINK, SHUTTER
*
1
31
PLATE, PRESSURE, LEFT
*
4
32
SPRING, TORSION
*
4
33
PLATE, SHAFT
*
4
34
ARM, OPEN/CLOSE
*
3
35
ARM, OPEN/CLOSE
*
1
36
SPRING, TORSION
*
4
37
ROD, LEFT
*
1
38
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
39
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
*
1
40
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR LEFT
*
1
41
RING, E
*
2
42
ARM, LASER SHUTTER
*
1
43
DUCT, FAN
*
1
44
SPRING, TENSION
*
1
45
MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
*
1
46
DUCT, FAN, UPPER
*
1
47
DUCT, FAN, LOWER
*
1
48
HOLDER, MEMORY CONTROLLER
*
1
49
FLAG, PRESSURE RELEASE SENSOR
*
1
50
CLAMP, FFC
*
2
501
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
1
A01
SHAFT, TOGGLE
*
1
A02
SHAFT, ETB DRIVE
*
1
A03
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
4
A04
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
4
A05
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
A06
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
3
A07
COVER, INSIDE, LEFT
*
1
A08
ARM, INTERLOCK SWITCH
*
1
A09
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
A10
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
1
A11
FOOT, RUBBER
*
1
A12
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
*
1
A13
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
1
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Figure 7-6 Internal components (2 of 3)
168
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Table 7-9 Internal components (2 of 3)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
*
RF
1
CAP, SHAFT CONDUCTIVE
*
1
2
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, LEFT
RC1-5096-000CN
1
3
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, RIGHT
RC1-5097-000CN
1
4
SCREW, RS, M3X6
*
1
5
SPRING, GROUNDING
RC1-5147-000CN
1
6
RETAINER, PAPER
RC1-5062-000CN
1
7
COVER, PICK-UP FEED CABLE
*
1
8
SHAFT, FRONT DOOR
*
1
9
PLATE, PANEL FIX, RIGHT FRONT
*
1
10
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
1
11
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
*
1
12
PLATE, HEAT INSULATING
*
1
13
LEVER, CONNECTING, LEFT
*
1
14
CAM, LEFT
*
1
15
SADDLE, WIRE
*
1
16
FEEDER UNIT JOINT CABLE
*
2
17
CAM, HINGE, RIGHT
*
1
18
LEVER, CONNECTING, RIGHT
*
1
19
BASE, MOTOR
*
1
20
CLUTCH, MECHANICAL
*
1
21
SPRING, LEAF
*
1
22
PLATE
*
1
23
BUSHING
*
1
24
STOP, CLUTCH
*
1
25
MOTOR, STEPPING, DC
*
1
26
SOLENOID
*
1
27
PICKUP GEAR ASS'Y
*
1
28
GEAR, 57T/20T
*
1
29
GEAR, 43T/16T
*
1
30
GEAR, 47T/26T
*
1
31
GEAR, 40T/43T
*
1
32
CAM/GEAR, 26T
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
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170
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
33
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
34
ELECT.TRANSPORT BELT ASS'Y
RM1-1885-000CN
1
35
RING, E
*
2
36
SCREW, RS, M3X6
*
2
37
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
19
38
SCREW, W/WASHER, M4X18
*
2
501
SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
*
2
A01
GEAR, 29T
*
1
A02
GEAR, 29T
*
1
A03
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
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Figure 7-7 Internal components (3 of 3)
172
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Table 7-10 Internal components (3 of 3)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3
*
RF
1
GUIDE, CABLE, UPPER
*
1
3
PLATE, SHIELD
*
1
4
PLATE, SHIELD, FRONT
*
1
5
PLATE, CONNECTOR
*
1
6
COVER, CONTROLLER
*
1
7
LID, CONTROLLER
*
1
8
HOLDER, CABLE, LEFT
*
1
9
HOLDER, DC CABLE
*
1
10
HOLDER, CABLE, UPPER
*
1
11
HOLDER, DRAWER
*
1
12
CONNECTOR, DRAWER
*
1
15
SCANNER UNIT
*
1
16
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
RM1-1975-000CN
1
17
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
1
17
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
2
17
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
1
18
HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y
*
1
20
POWER CABLE
*
1
21
POWER CONTROLLER CABLE
*
1
22
FIXING SENSOR CABLE
*
1
23
DRIVE CABLE
*
1
23A
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
1
23B
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
1
24
CABLE, CPR
*
1
25
FEEDER UNIT JOINT CABLE
*
1
28
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
*
1
29
SCREW, RS, M3X10
*
4
30
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
10
32
ROD, BEARING SUPPORT
*
3
33
CABLE, FLAT
*
1
34
CABLE, FLAT
*
1
35
CABLE, FLAT
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
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174
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
37
CLAMP, FFC
*
2
502
SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
*
2
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Figure 7-8 Control panel assembly
176
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Table 7-11 Control panel assembly
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
CONTROL PANEL ASS'Y
RM1-1983-000CN
1
1
CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y
*
1
1
CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y
*
1
A01
PANEL, CONTROL PANEL
*
1
A02
PLATE, CONTROL PANEL RETAINING
*
1
A03
GUIDE, CONTROL PANEL LIGHT
*
1
A04
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 1
*
1
A05
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 2
*
2
A06
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 3
*
1
A07
SPACER, CONTROL PANEL
*
1
A09
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
2
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
Internal assemblies
177
Figure 7-9 Main drive assembly
178
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-12 Main drive assembly
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
MAIN DRIVE ASS'Y
*
1
1
F.F.C. CONNECT PCB UNIT
*
1
A01
COLLAR, SPRING
*
2
A02
BUSHING
*
1
A03
FLANGE, CAM GEAR
*
2
A04
COVER, DRUM
*
4
A05
BUSHING
*
4
A06
BUSHING
*
2
A07
CAM, RELEASE
*
4
A08
ROD, RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
A09
FAN
*
1
A10
DUCT, FAN
*
1
A11
PULLEY
*
1
A12
BELT, TRANSMISSION
*
1
A13
STOP, CAM GEAR
*
2
A14
BUSHING
*
1
A15
GUIDE, DRIVE CABLE
*
1
A16
MOTOR, DC
*
1
A17
SOLENOID
*
2
A18
PLATE, DRIVE INSIDE
*
1
A19
SIDE PLATE, DRIVE
*
1
A20
PLATE, FAN
*
1
A21
GEAR, 81T
*
1
A22
GEAR, 81T/32T
*
1
A23
GEAR, 96T
*
2
A24
GEAR, 53T/96T
*
2
A25
GEAR, 98T
*
4
A26
GEAR, 89T/53T
*
1
A27
GEAR, 134T
*
1
A28
GEAR, 86T
*
2
A29
GEAR, 64T
*
2
A30
GEAR, 64T
*
2
A31
GEAR, 37T
*
2
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
Internal assemblies
179
180
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
A32
GEAR, 27T/64T
*
1
A33
GEAR, 64T
*
1
A34
GEAR, 54T
*
1
A35
GEAR, 54T
*
1
A36
GEAR, 18T
*
1
A37
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
4
A38
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
A39
SPRING, TENSION
*
2
A40
SHAFT, DRUM GEAR
*
4
A41
CONNECTOR, 2P
*
2
A42
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
2
A43
CLIP, CABLE
*
5
A44
CLIP, EDGE
*
1
A45
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
18
A46
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
2
A47
SE RING
*
1
A48
RING, E
*
2
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
ENWW
Internal assemblies
181
Figure 7-10 Fuser assembly
182
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-13 Fuser assembly
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
FUSER ASS'Y (110v)
RM1-1820-000CN
1
FUSER ASS'Y (220v)
RM1-1821-000CN
1
1
SPRING, TORSION
*
1
2
BUSHING
*
1
3
BUSHING
*
1
4
RIB, ENTRANCE GUIDE
*
4
5
FLAG, INLET
*
1
6
GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY UPPER
*
1
7
FLAG, PAPER DELIVERY
*
1
8
FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (110v)
*
1
8
FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (220v)
*
1
9
GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY LOWER
*
1
10
FLAG, INTERTWINE PREVENTION
*
3
11
BUSHING
*
1
12
PLATE, PRESSURE, LEFT
*
1
13
PLATE, PRESSURE, RIGHT
*
1
14
HOLDER, RESISTOR
*
1
15
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
16
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
17
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
18
GUIDE, CONTACT/SENSOR SUPPORT
*
1
19
ROLLER, PRESSURE
*
1
20
ROLLER, FACE-DOWN BENDING
*
2
21
PIN,DOWEL
*
3
22
CAM, PRESSURE RELEASE
*
2
23
FLAG, PRESSURE RELEASE
*
1
24
HOLDER, PRESSURE RELEASE GEAR
*
1
25
SPRING, LEAF
*
1
26
BUSHING
*
1
27
BUSHING
*
1
28
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
29
RING, E
*
2
30
RING, E
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
1
Internal assemblies
183
184
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
31
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
32
ROLLER, DELIVERY
*
2
33
MOTOR, STEPPING, DC
*
1
34
SCREW, RS, M3X6
*
2
35
SHAFT, FACE-DOWN ROLLER
*
1
36
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
17
37
GEAR, 30T
*
1
38
GEAR, 19T
*
1
39
GEAR, 16T
*
1
40
GEAR, 49T
*
1
41
GEAR, 19T/71T
*
1
42
GEAR, 27T
*
1
43
GEAR, 26T
*
1
44
GEAR, 20T/44T
*
1
45
GEAR, 22T/38T
*
1
46
SPRING, TENSION
*
2
47
SPRING, TORSION
*
2
48
SOLID RESISTOR, 20MOHM, 1/4W
*
1
49
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
2
50
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
1
51
CLIP, ENTRANCE GUIDE
*
8
52
PLATE, GROUNDING
*
1
53
GUIDE, FIXING ENTRANCE
*
1
A01
FRAME, FIXING
*
1
A02
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, RIGHT
*
1
A03
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, LEFT
*
1
A04
SHAFT, PRESSURE RELEASE
*
2
A05
PLATE, PRESSURE RELEASE, LEFT
*
1
A06
PLATE, PRESSURE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
A07
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, LEFT, 2
*
1
A08
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, RIGHT, 2
*
1
A09
SHAFT, PRESSURE RELEASE CAM
*
1
A10
PLATE, MOTOR ANTI-MAGNETIC
*
1
A11
SIDE PLATE, GEAR
*
1
A12
BASE PLATE, FIXING
*
1
Chapter 7
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Internal assemblies
185
Figure 7-11 PCB assembly location (Tray 2)
186
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-14 PCB assembly location Tray 2
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
*
RF
1
MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
*
1
2
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
RM1-1975-000CN
1
3
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
1
3
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
1
4
HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
Internal assemblies
187
Input devices
Figure 7-12 Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
188
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-15 Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
CASSETTE
RM1-1916-000CN
1
1
PANEL, FRONT
*
1
2
GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, LOWER
*
1
3
STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT
*
1
4
STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
*
1
5
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT
*
1
6
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
7
ARM, REMNANT INDICATION
*
1
8
ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD.
*
1
9
SIZE PLATE, PAPER
*
1
10
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
11
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
12
PLATE, CASSETTE REINFORCEMENT
*
1
13
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
1
14
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
1
15
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
16
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
17
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
18
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
19
SPRING, TENSION
*
2
20
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
21
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
22
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
23
BACK END LIMIT PLATE ASS'Y
*
1
24
MIDDLE PLATE ASS'Y
*
1
24A
LEFT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
1
24B
RIGHT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
1
25
SEPARATION ASS'Y
RM1-1922-000CN
1
26
GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, UPPER
*
1
27
FEED ASS'Y
RM1-1923-000CN
1
501
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
2
A01
CASSETTE BODY ASS'Y
*
1
A02
BODY, CASSETTE
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
Input devices
189
190
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
A03
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE
*
1
A04
ARM, BACK END LOCK
*
1
A05
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL
*
1
A06
LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE
*
1
A07
STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT
*
1
A08
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
A09
SHEET, SEPARATION
*
1
A10
PLATE, MIDDLE
*
1
A11
PLATE, REINFORCEMENT
*
1
A12
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT
*
1
A13
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT
*
1
A14
RACK
*
2
A15
GEAR, 22T
*
1
A16
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
A17
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
*
2
A17
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
*
2
A19
HOLDER, PAPER RETAINING
*
2
A20
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
A21
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, RIGHT
*
1
A22
LEVER, SIDE END LOCK RELEASE
*
1
A23
STOPPER, PAPER SIDE END
*
2
A24
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
A25
HOLDER, PAD
*
1
A26
HOLDER, SEPARATION
*
1
A27
PLATE, PAPER GUIDE
*
1
A28
HOLDER, PAD
*
1
A29
WEIGHT, PAD
*
2
A30
HOLDER, PAD
*
1
A31
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
A32
RACK, MANUAL FEED
*
2
A33
GUIDE, MANUAL FEED
*
1
A34
GUIDE, FEED WIDTH, LEFT
*
1
A35
GUIDE, FEED WIDTH, RIGHT
*
1
A36
GEAR, 16T
*
1
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
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ENWW
Input devices
191
Figure 7-13 250-sheet input tray (cassette)
192
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-16 250-sheet input tray (cassette)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
R30
CASSETTE
RM1-1945-000CN
RF
R40
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
RC1-5440-000CN
RF
Input devices
193
Figure 7-14 Tray 2 input tray internal components
194
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-17 Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
INTERNAL COMPONENTS
*
RF
1
CAP, CONTINUITY
*
1
2
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
RC1-5200-000CN
1
3
BASE, MOTOR
*
1
4
CLUTCH, MECHANICAL
*
1
5
SPRING, LEAF
*
1
6
BUSHING
*
1
7
HOLDER, DRAWER CONNECTOR
*
1
8
HOLDER, SWING GEAR
*
1
9
PLATE, GROUNDING
*
1
10
COVER, OPTION FRONT
*
1
11
COVER, OPTION LEFT
*
1
12
COVER, PCB
*
1
13
SHAFT, POSITIONING
*
3
14
COVER, SWING GEAR
*
1
15
STOP, CLUTCH
*
1
16
SOLENOID
*
1
17
PICKUP GEAR ASS'Y
*
1
18
COVER, OPTION RIGHT
*
1
19
GEAR, 47T/26T
*
1
20
GEAR, 40T/43T
*
1
21
CAM/GEAR, 26T
*
1
22
GEAR, 19T
*
1
23
GEAR, 18T
*
1
24
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
25
SPRING, TENSION
*
1
26
CONNECTOR, DRAWER
*
1
27
SADDLE, WIRE
*
1
28
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
32
29
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
30
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
*
1
31
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR LEFT
*
1
32
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
3
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
Input devices
195
196
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
33
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
*
1
34
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
1
35
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
3
36
PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y
*
1
501
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
*
2
A01
CROSSMEMBER, FRONT
*
1
A02
CROSSMEMBER, REAR
*
1
A03
CROSSMEMBER, MIDDLE
*
1
A04
CROSSMEMBER, LOWER, REAR
*
2
A05
GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 1
*
1
A06
GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 2
*
1
A07
GEAR, 29T
*
1
A08
GEAR, 29T
*
1
A09
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
A10
FOOT, RUBBER
*
2
A11
COVER, OPTION RIGHT
*
1
A12
OPTION FRAME LEFT ASS'Y
*
1
A13
FRAME, OPTION, LEFT
*
1
A14
OPTION FRAME RIGHT ASS'Y
*
1
A15
FRAME, OPTION, RIGHT
*
1
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
ENWW
Input devices
197
Figure 7-15 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2
198
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-18 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASS'Y
*
1
1
GUIDE, REGISTRATION
*
1
2
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1
*
1
3
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2
*
1
4
FLAG, SENSOR
*
1
5
SPRING, TORSION
*
1
6
COVER, SENSOR, TOP
*
1
7
GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER
*
1
8
ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE
*
1
9
BUSHING
*
2
10
SHUTTER, REGISTRATION
*
1
11
SPRING, TORSION
*
1
12
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, A
*
2
13
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B
*
2
14
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, C
*
2
15
BUSHING
*
1
16
BUSHING
*
1
17
ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP
RC1-5440-000CN
1
18
HOLDER, PAPER WIDTH SENSOR
*
1
19
FLAG, PAPER WIDTH SENSOR
*
1
20
SPRING, TORSION
*
1
21
RESISTOR, 400 OHM, 0.5W
*
1
22
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
*
1
23
SPRING, TENSION
*
2
24
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
4
25
PAPER PICKUP DRIVE ASS'Y
*
1
26
FEEDER UNIT CABLE
*
1
501
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
4
A01
FRAME, PAPER PICKUP FEEDER
*
1
A02
SHAFT, REGISTRATION ROLLER
*
1
A03
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
*
1
A04
SHEET, SCRAPER, 1
*
1
A05
SHEET, SCRAPER, 2
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
Input devices
199
200
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
A06
SHAFT, PAPER PICKUP DRIVE
*
1
A07
BUSHING
*
1
A08
BUSHING
*
1
A09
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1
*
1
A10
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2
*
1
A11
HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
*
1
A12
ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP
*
2
A13
BUSHING
*
1
A14
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
ENWW
Input devices
201
Figure 7-16 Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
202
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-19 Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
CASSETTE
RM1-1945-000CN
1
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
RC1-5440-000CN
1
PANEL, FRONT
*
1
2
FRAME, FRONT
*
1
3
STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT
*
1
4
STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
*
1
5
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT
*
1
6
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
7
ARM, REMNANT INDICATION
*
1
8
ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD
*
1
9
SIZE PLATE, PAPER
*
1
10
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
11
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
1
12
PLATE, CASSETTE REINFORCEMENT
*
1
13
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
1
14
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
1
15
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
16
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
1
17
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
18
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
19
SPRING, TENSION
*
2
20
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
21
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
22
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
23
BACK END LIMIT PLATE ASS'Y
*
1
24
MIDDLE PLATE ASS'Y
*
1
24A
LEFT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
1
24B
RIGHT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
1
25
SEPARATION ASS'Y
RM1-1922-000CN
1
501
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
2
A01
CASSETTE BODY ASS'Y
*
1
A02
BODY, CASSETTE
*
1
A03
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
ENWW
Input devices
203
204
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
A04
ARM, BACK END LOCK
*
1
A05
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL
*
1
A06
LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE
*
1
A07
STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT
*
1
A08
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
A09
SHEET, SEPARATION
*
1
A10
PLATE, MIDDLE
*
1
A11
PLATE, REINFORCEMENT
*
1
A12
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT
*
1
A13
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT
*
1
A14
RACK
*
2
A15
GEAR, 22T
*
1
A16
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
A17
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
*
2
A18
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, LEFT
*
1
A19
HOLDER, PAPER RETAINING
*
2
A20
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
A21
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, RIGHT
*
1
A22
LEVER, SIDE END LOCK RELEASE
*
1
A23
STOPPER, PAPER SIDE END
*
2
A24
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
2
A25
HOLDER, PAD
*
1
A26
HOLDER, SEPARATION
*
1
A27
PLATE, PAPER GUIDE
*
1
A28
HOLDER, PAD
*
1
A29
WEIGHT, PAD
*
2
A30
HOLDER, PAD
*
1
A31
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
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Input devices
205
Figure 7-17 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3)
206
Chapter 7
Parts and diagrams
ENWW
Table 7-20 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3)
Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
RC1-5440-000CN
1
1
GUIDE, REGISTRATION
*
1
2
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1
*
1
3
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2
*
1
4
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
*
1
5
GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER
*
1
6
ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE
*
1
7
BUSHING
*
2
8
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, A
*
2
9
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B
*
2
10
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, C
*
2
11
BUSHING
*
1
12
BUSHING
*
1
13
ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP
RC1-5440-000CN
1
14
RESISTOR, 400 OHM, 0.5W
*
1
15
SPRING, TENSION
*
2
16
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
1
17
CABLE, OPTION SENSOR
*
1
18
PAPER PICKUP DRIVE ASS'Y
*
1
501
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
4
A01
FRAME, PAPER PICKUP FEEDER
*
1
A02
SHAFT, REGISTRATION ROLLER
*
1
A03
SHAFT, PAPER PICKUP DRIVE
*
1
A04
BUSHING
*
1
A05
BUSHING
*
1
A06
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1
*
1
A07
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2
*
1
A08
HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
*
1
A09
ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP
*
2
A10
BUSHING
*
1
A11
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
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Figure 7-18 PCB assembly location optional Tray 3
208
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Parts and diagrams
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Ref
Description
Part number
Qty
PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
*
RF
PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y
*
1
* Not set up as a service part
1
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Diagrams
Figure 7-19 General circuit diagram
210
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Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list
Description
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* Not set up as a service part
Assembly locations
on page 157
* Not set up as a service part
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
* Not set up as a service part
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
* Not set up as a service part
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
* Not set up as a service part
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
* Not set up as a service part
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
* Not set up as a service part
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
* Not set up as a service part
Control panel assembly
on page 177
* Not set up as a service part
Main drive assembly
on page 179
* Not set up as a service part
Fuser assembly on page 183
* Not set up as a service part
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
* Not set up as a service part
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
* Not set up as a service part
250-sheet input tray
(cassette) on page 193
* Not set up as a service part
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
* Not set up as a service part
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
* Not set up as a service part
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
* Not set up as a service part
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
* Not set up as a service part
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 209
ARM, BACK END LOCK
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
ARM, BACK END LOCK
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
Alphabetical parts list
211
Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
212
Description
Part number
Table and page
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
ARM, FRONT DOOR, LEFT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
ARM, FRONT DOOR, RIGHT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
ARM, INTERLOCK SWITCH
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
ARM, LASER SHUTTER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
ARM, OPEN/CLOSE
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
ARM, OPEN/CLOSE
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, LEFT
RC1-5096-000CN
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, RIGHT
RC1-5097-000CN
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
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Part number
Table and page
ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD.
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
ARM, REMNANT INDICATION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
ARM, REMNANT INDICATION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
BACK END LIMIT PLATE ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
BACK END LIMIT PLATE ASS'Y
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
BASE PLATE, FIXING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
BASE, MOTOR
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
BASE, MOTOR
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
BELT, TRANSMISSION
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
BODY, CASSETTE
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
BODY, CASSETTE
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
BRACKET, CARD READER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
BRACKET, LEFT REAR
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
BRACKET, RIGHT REAR
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
BUSHING
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
BUSHING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
BUSHING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
BUSHING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
BUSHING
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
BUSHING
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
BUSHING
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
BUSHING
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
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213
Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
214
Description
Part number
Table and page
BUSHING
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
BUSHING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
BUSHING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
BUSHING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
BUSHING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
BUSHING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
BUSHING
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
BUSHING
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
BUSHING
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
BUSHING
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
BUSHING
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
BUSHING
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
BUSHING
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
BUSHING
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
BUSHING
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
BUSHING
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
BUSHING
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
BUSHING
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
BUSHING
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 1
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 2
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
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Description
Part number
Table and page
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 3
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
CABLE, CPR
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CABLE, FLAT
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CABLE, FLAT
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CABLE, FLAT
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CABLE, OPTION SENSOR
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
CAM, HINGE, RIGHT
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
CAM, LEFT
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
CAM, PRESSURE RELEASE
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
CAM, RELEASE
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
CAM/GEAR, 26T
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
CAM/GEAR, 26T
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
CAP, CONTINUITY
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
CAP, SHAFT CONDUCTIVE
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
CASSETTE
RM1-1916-000CN
Assembly locations
on page 157
CASSETTE
RM1-1916-000CN
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
CASSETTE
RM1-1945-000CN
250-sheet input tray
(cassette) on page 193
CASSETTE
RM1-1945-000CN
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
CASSETTE BODY ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
CASSETTE BODY ASS'Y
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
CLAMP, FFC
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
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215
Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
216
Description
Part number
Table and page
CLAMP, FFC
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
CLIP, CABLE
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
CLIP, CABLE
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
CLIP, CABLE
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
CLIP, EDGE
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
CLIP, ENTRANCE GUIDE
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
CLUTCH, MECHANICAL
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
CLUTCH, MECHANICAL
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COLLAR, SPRING
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
CONNECTOR, 2P
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
CONNECTOR, DRAWER
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CONNECTOR, DRAWER
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
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Part number
Table and page
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
CONTROL PANEL ASS'Y
RM1-1983-000CN
Control panel assembly
on page 177
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
RM1-1983-000CN
Assembly locations
on page 157
CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
RC1-5200-000CN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
RC1-5200-000CN
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
RC1-5200-000CN
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COVER, CASSETTE, LEFT
RC1-5184-000CN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
COVER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
RC1-5188-000CN
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
COVER, CONTROLLER
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
COVER, DRUM
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
COVER, FACE-DOWN
RC1-5173-000CN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
COVER, INSIDE, LEFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
COVER, INSIDE, RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
COVER, INSIDE, UPPER
RC1-5178-000CN
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
Alphabetical parts list
217
Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
218
Description
Part number
Table and page
COVER, LEFT
RC1-5183-000CN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
COVER, OPTION FRONT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COVER, OPTION LEFT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COVER, OPTION RIGHT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COVER, OPTION RIGHT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COVER, PCB
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COVER, PICK-UP FEED CABLE
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
COVER, RIGHT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
COVER, SENSOR, TOP
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
COVER, SWING GEAR
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
COVER, UPPER
RC1-5176-000CN
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
COVER, UPPER FACE, S
RC1-5174-000CN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
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Description
Part number
Table and page
CROSSMEMBER, FRONT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
CROSSMEMBER, LOWER, REAR
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
CROSSMEMBER, MIDDLE
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
CROSSMEMBER, REAR
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
CROSSMEMBER, TOP COVER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
RM1-1975-000CN
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
RM1-1975-000CN
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
DOOR, FRONT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
DRIVE CABLE
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
DUCT, FAN
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
DUCT, FAN
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
DUCT, FAN, LOWER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
DUCT, FAN, UPPER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
ELECT.TRANSPORT BELT ASS'Y
RM1-1885-000CN
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
F.F.C. CONNECT PCB UNIT
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
FAN
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
FAN
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
FEED ASS'Y
RM1-1923-000CN
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
Alphabetical parts list
219
Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
220
Description
Part number
Table and page
FEEDER UNIT CABLE
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
FEEDER UNIT JOINT CABLE
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
FEEDER UNIT JOINT CABLE
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (110v)
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (220v)
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
FIXING SENSOR CABLE
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
FLAG, INLET
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
FLAG, INTERTWINE PREVENTION
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
FLAG, PAPER DELIVERY
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
FLAG, PAPER WIDTH SENSOR
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
FLAG, PRESSURE RELEASE
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
FLAG, PRESSURE RELEASE SENSOR
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
FLAG, SENSOR
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
FLANGE, CAM GEAR
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
FOOT, RUBBER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
FOOT, RUBBER
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
FRAME, FIXING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
FRAME, FRONT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
FRAME, OPTION, LEFT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
FRAME, OPTION, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
FRAME, PAPER PICKUP FEEDER
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
FRAME, PAPER PICKUP FEEDER
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
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Description
Part number
Table and page
FRONT DOOR ASS'Y
RM1-1856-000CN
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
FUSER ASS'Y (110v)
RM1-1820-000CN
Fuser assembly on page 183
FUSER ASS'Y (220v)
RM1-1821-000CN
Fuser assembly on page 183
FUSER ASSEMBLY
RM1-1820-000CN
Assembly locations
on page 157
(110v) or
RM1-1821-000CN (220v)
GEAR, 134T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 16T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 16T
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
GEAR, 18T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 18T
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GEAR, 19T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 19T
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GEAR, 19T/71T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 20T
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GEAR, 20T/44T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 22T
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
GEAR, 22T
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
GEAR, 22T/38T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 26T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 27T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 27T/64T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 29T
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GEAR, 29T
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GEAR, 29T
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
Alphabetical parts list
221
Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
222
Description
Part number
Table and page
GEAR, 29T
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GEAR, 30T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 36T
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GEAR, 36T
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GEAR, 37T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 40T/43T
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GEAR, 40T/43T
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GEAR, 43T/16T
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GEAR, 47T/26T
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GEAR, 47T/26T
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GEAR, 49T
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GEAR, 53T/96T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 54T
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GEAR, 54T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 54T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 57T/20T
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GEAR, 64T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 64T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 64T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 81T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 81T/32T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
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Description
Part number
Table and page
GEAR, 86T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 89T/53T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 96T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GEAR, 98T
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GUIDE, CABLE, UPPER
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, LEFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, LOWER
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, UPPER
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR LEFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR LEFT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
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224
Description
Part number
Table and page
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GUIDE, CONTACT/SENSOR SUPPORT
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GUIDE, CONTROL PANEL LIGHT
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
GUIDE, DRIVE CABLE
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
GUIDE, FEED WIDTH, LEFT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
GUIDE, FEED WIDTH, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
GUIDE, FIXING ENTRANCE
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GUIDE, LIGHT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
GUIDE, MANUAL FEED
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY LOWER
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY UPPER
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 1
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 2
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
GUIDE, REGISTRATION
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
GUIDE, REGISTRATION
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y
*
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
HOLDER, CABLE, LEFT
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
HOLDER, CABLE, UPPER
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
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Description
Part number
Table and page
HOLDER, DC CABLE
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
HOLDER, DRAWER
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
HOLDER, DRAWER CONNECTOR
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
HOLDER, DRUM
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
HOLDER, DRUM
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
HOLDER, FAN RETAINER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
HOLDER, MEMORY CONTROLLER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
HOLDER, PAD
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
HOLDER, PAD
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
HOLDER, PAD
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
HOLDER, PAD
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
HOLDER, PAD
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
HOLDER, PAD
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
HOLDER, PAPER RETAINING
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
HOLDER, PAPER RETAINING
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
HOLDER, PAPER WIDTH SENSOR
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
HOLDER, PRESSURE RELEASE GEAR
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
HOLDER, RESISTOR
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
HOLDER, SEPARATION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
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Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
226
Description
Part number
Table and page
HOLDER, SEPARATION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
HOLDER, SWING GEAR
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
INTERNAL COMPONENTS
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
LATCH, LEFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
LATCH, RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
LEFT INTERNAL COVER ASS'Y
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
LEFT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
LEFT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
LEVER, CONNECTING, LEFT
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
LEVER, CONNECTING, RIGHT
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
LEVER, ETB RELEASE
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
LEVER, LINK
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
LEVER, SIDE END LOCK RELEASE
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
LEVER, SIDE END LOCK RELEASE
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
LEVER, TOGGLE, LEFT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
LEVER, TOGGLE, RIGHT
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
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Part number
Table and page
LID, CONTROLLER
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
LINK, SHUTTER
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
MAIN DRIVE ASS'Y
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
MAIN DRIVE ASSEMBLY
*
Assembly locations
on page 157
MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
*
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
MIDDLE PLATE ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
MIDDLE PLATE ASS'Y
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
MOTOR, DC
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
MOTOR, STEPPING, DC
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
MOTOR, STEPPING, DC
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
OPTION FRAME LEFT ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
OPTION FRAME RIGHT ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
PANEL, CONTROL PANEL
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
PANEL, FRONT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PANEL, FRONT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PAPER DELIVERY TRAY ASS'Y
RM1-1859-000CN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 209
PAPER PICKUP DRIVE ASS'Y
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
PAPER PICKUP DRIVE ASS'Y
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
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228
Description
Part number
Table and page
PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASS'Y
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASSEMBLY
*
Assembly locations
on page 157
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
RC1-5440-000CN
250-sheet input tray
(cassette) on page 193
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
RC1-5440-000CN
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
RC1-5440-000CN
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
*
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 209
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
PICKUP GEAR ASS'Y
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
PICKUP GEAR ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
PIN,DOWEL
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
PLATE
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PLATE, CASSETTE REINFORCEMENT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PLATE, CASSETTE REINFORCEMENT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
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Part number
Table and page
PLATE, CONNECTOR
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
PLATE, CONTROL PANEL RETAINING
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
PLATE, DELIVERY BACK END LIMIT
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
PLATE, DRIVE INSIDE
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
PLATE, FAN
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
PLATE, GROUNDING
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
PLATE, GROUNDING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
PLATE, GROUNDING
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
PLATE, HEAT INSULATING
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
PLATE, MIDDLE
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PLATE, MIDDLE
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PLATE, MOTOR ANTI-MAGNETIC
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
PLATE, PANEL FIX, RIGHT FRONT
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
PLATE, PAPER GUIDE
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PLATE, PAPER GUIDE
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, LEFT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, RIGHT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PLATE, PRESSURE RELEASE, LEFT
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
PLATE, PRESSURE RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
PLATE, PRESSURE, LEFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
PLATE, PRESSURE, LEFT
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
PLATE, PRESSURE, RIGHT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
PLATE, PRESSURE, RIGHT
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
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230
Description
Part number
Table and page
PLATE, REAR
RC1-5227-000CN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
PLATE, REAR
RC1-5227-000CN
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
PLATE, REINFORCEMENT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
PLATE, REINFORCEMENT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
PLATE, SHAFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
PLATE, SHIELD
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
PLATE, SHIELD, FRONT
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
POWER CABLE
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
POWER CONTROLLER CABLE
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
*
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
PULLEY
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
RACK
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
RACK
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
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Part number
Table and page
RACK, MANUAL FEED
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
RESISTOR, 400 OHM, 0.5W
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
RESISTOR, 400 OHM, 0.5W
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
RETAINER, PAPER
RC1-5062-000CN
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
RIB, ENTRANCE GUIDE
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
RIGHT COVER ASS'Y
RM1-1858-000CN
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
RIGHT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
RIGHT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
RING, E
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
RING, E
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
RING, E
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
RING, E
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
RING, E
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ROD, BEARING SUPPORT
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
ROD, LEFT
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
ROD, RELEASE, RIGHT
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
ROLLER, DELIVERY
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
ROLLER, FACE-DOWN BENDING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP
RC1-5440-000CN
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP
RC1-5440-000CN
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
ROLLER, PRESSURE
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
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232
Description
Part number
Table and page
ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, A
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, A
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, C
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, C
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
SADDLE, WIRE
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
SADDLE, WIRE
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
SADDLE, WIRE
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SADDLE, WIRE
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SCANNER UNIT
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
SCREW, RS, M3X10
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
SCREW, RS, M3X6
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SCREW, RS, M3X6
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SCREW, RS, M3X6
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
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Part number
Table and page
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SCREW, RS, M3X8
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X8
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
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Description
Part number
Table and page
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
SCREW, TP
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
*
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
SCREW, W/WASHER, M4X18
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SE RING
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SEPARATION ASS'Y
RM1-1922-000CN
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SEPARATION ASS'Y
RM1-1922-000CN
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SHAFT, DRUM GEAR
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SHAFT, ETB DRIVE
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SHAFT, FACE-DOWN ROLLER
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SHAFT, FRONT DOOR
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SHAFT, FRONT DOOR ARM
*
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
SHAFT, PAPER PICKUP DRIVE
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SHAFT, PAPER PICKUP DRIVE
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
SHAFT, POSITIONING
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SHAFT, PRESSURE RELEASE
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SHAFT, PRESSURE RELEASE CAM
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SHAFT, REGISTRATION ROLLER
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
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Part number
Table and page
SHAFT, REGISTRATION ROLLER
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
SHAFT, TOGGLE
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SHEET, SCRAPER, 1
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SHEET, SCRAPER, 2
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SHEET, SEPARATION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SHEET, SEPARATION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SHUTTER, REGISTRATION
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SIDE PLATE, DRIVE
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, LEFT
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, LEFT, 2
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, RIGHT
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, RIGHT, 2
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SIDE PLATE, GEAR
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SIZE PLATE, PAPER
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SIZE PLATE, PAPER
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SOLENOID
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SOLENOID
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SOLENOID
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SOLID RESISTOR, 20MOHM, 1/4W
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPACER, CONTROL PANEL
*
Control panel assembly
on page 177
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
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Description
Part number
Table and page
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
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Part number
Table and page
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, COMPRESSION
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, GROUNDING
RC1-5147-000CN
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, GROUNDING
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, LEAF
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
Alphabetical parts list
237
Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued)
238
Description
Part number
Table and page
SPRING, LEAF
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, LEAF
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SPRING, TENSION
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, TENSION
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, TENSION
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
SPRING, TENSION
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, TENSION
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
SPRING, TENSION
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
SPRING, TENSION
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SPRING, TENSION
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
SPRING, TENSION
*
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
SPRING, TORSION
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, TORSION
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, TORSION
*
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
SPRING, TORSION
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, TORSION
*
Fuser assembly on page 183
SPRING, TORSION
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SPRING, TORSION
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
SPRING, TORSION
*
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
STOP, CAM GEAR
*
Main drive assembly
on page 179
STOP, CLUTCH
*
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
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Part number
Table and page
STOP, CLUTCH
*
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
STOPPER, PAPER SIDE END
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
STOPPER, PAPER SIDE END
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
TRAY, EXTENSION
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
TRAY, FACE-DOWN
*
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
UPPER COVER
*
Assembly locations
on page 157
WEIGHT, PAD
*
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
WEIGHT, PAD
*
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
Alphabetical parts list
239
Numerical parts list
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list
Part number
*
240
Chapter 7
Description
Table and page
* Not set up as a service part
Assembly locations
on page 157
* Not set up as a service part
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
* Not set up as a service part
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
* Not set up as a service part
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
* Not set up as a service part
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
* Not set up as a service part
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
* Not set up as a service part
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
* Not set up as a service part
Control panel assembly
on page 177
* Not set up as a service part
Main drive assembly
on page 179
* Not set up as a service part
Fuser assembly on page 183
RING, E
Fuser assembly on page 183
* Not set up as a service part
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
* Not set up as a service part
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
* Not set up as a service part
250-sheet input tray
(cassette) on page 193
* Not set up as a service part
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
* Not set up as a service part
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
* Not set up as a service part
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
* Not set up as a service part
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
* Not set up as a service part
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 209
UPPER COVER
Assembly locations
on page 157
Parts and diagrams
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
MAIN DRIVE ASSEMBLY
Assembly locations
on page 157
*
PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASSEMBLY
Assembly locations
on page 157
*
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
CLIP, CABLE
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
SADDLE, WIRE
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
PLATE, GROUNDING
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X8
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
TRAY, EXTENSION
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
TRAY, FACE-DOWN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
PLATE, DELIVERY BACK END LIMIT
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
*
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
CLIP, CABLE
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
SADDLE, WIRE
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
ARM, FRONT DOOR, LEFT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
ARM, FRONT DOOR, RIGHT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
SHAFT, FRONT DOOR ARM
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
DOOR, FRONT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
Numerical parts list
241
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
242
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
LEVER, LINK
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
LEVER, TOGGLE, LEFT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
LEVER, TOGGLE, RIGHT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
SCREW, TP
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
COVER, RIGHT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
BUSHING
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
COVER, RIGHT FRONT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
GUIDE, LIGHT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
*
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
CROSSMEMBER, TOP COVER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
BRACKET, LEFT REAR
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
BRACKET, RIGHT REAR
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
COVER, INSIDE, RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
BRACKET, CARD READER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
HOLDER, FAN RETAINER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
LATCH, LEFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
BUSHING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
LATCH, RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
LEVER, ETB RELEASE
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
FAN
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GEAR, 54T
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, TENSION
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
LEFT INTERNAL COVER ASS'Y
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
HOLDER, DRUM
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
BUSHING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
PLATE, PRESSURE, RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
BUSHING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GEAR, 20T
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GEAR, 36T
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GEAR, 36T
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, TORSION
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, LEFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
HOLDER, DRUM
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
Numerical parts list
243
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
244
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
LINK, SHUTTER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
PLATE, PRESSURE, LEFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, TORSION
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
PLATE, SHAFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
ARM, OPEN/CLOSE
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
ARM, OPEN/CLOSE
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, TORSION
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
ROD, LEFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR LEFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
RING, E
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
ARM, LASER SHUTTER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
DUCT, FAN
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, TENSION
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
DUCT, FAN, UPPER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
DUCT, FAN, LOWER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
HOLDER, MEMORY CONTROLLER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
FLAG, PRESSURE RELEASE SENSOR
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
CLAMP, FFC
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
SHAFT, TOGGLE
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SHAFT, ETB DRIVE
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
COVER, INSIDE, LEFT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
ARM, INTERLOCK SWITCH
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
FOOT, RUBBER
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
Internal components (1 of 3)
on page 165
*
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
CAP, SHAFT CONDUCTIVE
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SCREW, RS, M3X6
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
COVER, PICK-UP FEED CABLE
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SHAFT, FRONT DOOR
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
PLATE, PANEL FIX, RIGHT FRONT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
PLATE, HEAT INSULATING
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
Numerical parts list
245
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
246
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
LEVER, CONNECTING, LEFT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
CAM, LEFT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SADDLE, WIRE
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
FEEDER UNIT JOINT CABLE
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
CAM, HINGE, RIGHT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
LEVER, CONNECTING, RIGHT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
BASE, MOTOR
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
CLUTCH, MECHANICAL
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SPRING, LEAF
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
PLATE
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
BUSHING
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
STOP, CLUTCH
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
MOTOR, STEPPING, DC
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SOLENOID
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
PICKUP GEAR ASS'Y
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GEAR, 57T/20T
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GEAR, 43T/16T
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GEAR, 47T/26T
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GEAR, 40T/43T
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
CAM/GEAR, 26T
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
RING, E
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
SCREW, RS, M3X6
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SCREW, W/WASHER, M4X18
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GEAR, 29T
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
GEAR, 29T
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
*
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
GUIDE, CABLE, UPPER
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
PLATE, SHIELD
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
PLATE, SHIELD, FRONT
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
PLATE, CONNECTOR
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
COVER, CONTROLLER
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
LID, CONTROLLER
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
HOLDER, CABLE, LEFT
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
HOLDER, DC CABLE
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
HOLDER, CABLE, UPPER
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
HOLDER, DRAWER
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CONNECTOR, DRAWER
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
SCANNER UNIT
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
Numerical parts list
247
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
248
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
POWER CABLE
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
POWER CONTROLLER CABLE
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
FIXING SENSOR CABLE
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
DRIVE CABLE
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CABLE, CPR
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
FEEDER UNIT JOINT CABLE
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
SCREW, RS, M3X10
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
ROD, BEARING SUPPORT
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CABLE, FLAT
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CABLE, FLAT
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CABLE, FLAT
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CLAMP, FFC
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
*
CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
PANEL, CONTROL PANEL
Control panel assembly
on page 177
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
PLATE, CONTROL PANEL RETAINING
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
GUIDE, CONTROL PANEL LIGHT
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 1
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 2
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 3
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
SPACER, CONTROL PANEL
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Control panel assembly
on page 177
*
MAIN DRIVE ASS'Y
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
F.F.C. CONNECT PCB UNIT
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
COLLAR, SPRING
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
BUSHING
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
FLANGE, CAM GEAR
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
COVER, DRUM
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
BUSHING
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
BUSHING
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
CAM, RELEASE
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
ROD, RELEASE, RIGHT
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
FAN
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
DUCT, FAN
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
PULLEY
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
BELT, TRANSMISSION
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
STOP, CAM GEAR
Main drive assembly
on page 179
Numerical parts list
249
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
250
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
BUSHING
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GUIDE, DRIVE CABLE
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
MOTOR, DC
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SOLENOID
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
PLATE, DRIVE INSIDE
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SIDE PLATE, DRIVE
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
PLATE, FAN
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 81T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 81T/32T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 96T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 53T/96T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 98T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 89T/53T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 134T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 86T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 64T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 64T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 37T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 27T/64T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 64T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 54T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
GEAR, 54T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
GEAR, 18T
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SPRING, TENSION
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SHAFT, DRUM GEAR
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
CONNECTOR, 2P
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
CLIP, CABLE
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
CLIP, EDGE
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SE RING
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
RING, E
Main drive assembly
on page 179
*
SPRING, TORSION
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
BUSHING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
BUSHING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
RIB, ENTRANCE GUIDE
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
FLAG, INLET
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY UPPER
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
FLAG, PAPER DELIVERY
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (110v)
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (220v)
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY LOWER
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
FLAG, INTERTWINE PREVENTION
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
BUSHING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PLATE, PRESSURE, LEFT
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PLATE, PRESSURE, RIGHT
Fuser assembly on page 183
Numerical parts list
251
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
252
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
HOLDER, RESISTOR
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GUIDE, CONTACT/SENSOR SUPPORT
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
ROLLER, PRESSURE
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
ROLLER, FACE-DOWN BENDING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PIN,DOWEL
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
CAM, PRESSURE RELEASE
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
FLAG, PRESSURE RELEASE
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
HOLDER, PRESSURE RELEASE GEAR
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, LEAF
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
BUSHING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
BUSHING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
RING, E
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
ROLLER, DELIVERY
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
MOTOR, STEPPING, DC
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SCREW, RS, M3X6
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SHAFT, FACE-DOWN ROLLER
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 30T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 19T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 16T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 49T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 19T/71T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 27T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 26T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 20T/44T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GEAR, 22T/38T
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, TENSION
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SPRING, TORSION
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SOLID RESISTOR, 20MOHM, 1/4W
Fuser assembly on page 183
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
CLIP, ENTRANCE GUIDE
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PLATE, GROUNDING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
GUIDE, FIXING ENTRANCE
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
FRAME, FIXING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, RIGHT
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, LEFT
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SHAFT, PRESSURE RELEASE
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PLATE, PRESSURE RELEASE, LEFT
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PLATE, PRESSURE RELEASE, RIGHT
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, LEFT, 2
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SIDE PLATE, FIXING, RIGHT, 2
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SHAFT, PRESSURE RELEASE CAM
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PLATE, MOTOR ANTI-MAGNETIC
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
SIDE PLATE, GEAR
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
BASE PLATE, FIXING
Fuser assembly on page 183
*
PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
*
MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
*
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
*
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
*
HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
*
PANEL, FRONT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, LOWER
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
Numerical parts list
253
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
254
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
ARM, REMNANT INDICATION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD.
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SIZE PLATE, PAPER
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
PLATE, CASSETTE REINFORCEMENT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, TENSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
BACK END LIMIT PLATE ASS'Y
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
MIDDLE PLATE ASS'Y
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
LEFT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
RIGHT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, UPPER
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
CASSETTE BODY ASS'Y
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
BODY, CASSETTE
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
ARM, BACK END LOCK
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SHEET, SEPARATION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
PLATE, MIDDLE
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
PLATE, REINFORCEMENT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
RACK
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
GEAR, 22T
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
HOLDER, PAPER RETAINING
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, RIGHT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
LEVER, SIDE END LOCK RELEASE
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
Numerical parts list
255
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
256
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
STOPPER, PAPER SIDE END
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
HOLDER, PAD
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
HOLDER, SEPARATION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
PLATE, PAPER GUIDE
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
HOLDER, PAD
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
WEIGHT, PAD
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
HOLDER, PAD
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
RACK, MANUAL FEED
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
GUIDE, MANUAL FEED
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
GUIDE, FEED WIDTH, LEFT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
GUIDE, FEED WIDTH, RIGHT
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
GEAR, 16T
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
*
INTERNAL COMPONENTS
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
CAP, CONTINUITY
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
BASE, MOTOR
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
CLUTCH, MECHANICAL
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SPRING, LEAF
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
BUSHING
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
HOLDER, DRAWER CONNECTOR
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
HOLDER, SWING GEAR
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
PLATE, GROUNDING
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
COVER, OPTION FRONT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
COVER, OPTION LEFT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
COVER, PCB
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SHAFT, POSITIONING
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
COVER, SWING GEAR
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
STOP, CLUTCH
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SOLENOID
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
PICKUP GEAR ASS'Y
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
COVER, OPTION RIGHT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GEAR, 47T/26T
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GEAR, 40T/43T
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
CAM/GEAR, 26T
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GEAR, 19T
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
Numerical parts list
257
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
258
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
GEAR, 18T
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SPRING, TENSION
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
CONNECTOR, DRAWER
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SADDLE, WIRE
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR LEFT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SCREW, RS, M3X8
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD, M4X8
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
CROSSMEMBER, FRONT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
CROSSMEMBER, REAR
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
CROSSMEMBER, MIDDLE
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
CROSSMEMBER, LOWER, REAR
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 1
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 2
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GEAR, 29T
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
GEAR, 29T
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
FOOT, RUBBER
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
COVER, OPTION RIGHT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
OPTION FRAME LEFT ASS'Y
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
FRAME, OPTION, LEFT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
OPTION FRAME RIGHT ASS'Y
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
FRAME, OPTION, RIGHT
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
*
PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASS'Y
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
GUIDE, REGISTRATION
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
Numerical parts list
259
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
260
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
FLAG, SENSOR
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SPRING, TORSION
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
COVER, SENSOR, TOP
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
BUSHING
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SHUTTER, REGISTRATION
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SPRING, TORSION
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, A
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, C
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
BUSHING
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
BUSHING
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
HOLDER, PAPER WIDTH SENSOR
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
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Parts and diagrams
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
FLAG, PAPER WIDTH SENSOR
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SPRING, TORSION
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
RESISTOR, 400 OHM, 0.5W
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SPRING, TENSION
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
PAPER PICKUP DRIVE ASS'Y
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
FEEDER UNIT CABLE
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
FRAME, PAPER PICKUP FEEDER
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SHAFT, REGISTRATION ROLLER
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SHEET, SCRAPER, 1
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SHEET, SCRAPER, 2
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SHAFT, PAPER PICKUP DRIVE
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
BUSHING
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
Numerical parts list
261
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
262
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
BUSHING
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
BUSHING
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
*
PANEL, FRONT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
FRAME, FRONT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
ARM, REMNANT INDICATION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SIZE PLATE, PAPER
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, GROUNDING
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, CASSETTE REINFORCEMENT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
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Parts and diagrams
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, LEFT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
ARM, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
CLAW, MD. PLATE RELEASE, RIGHT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, TENSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
BACK END LIMIT PLATE ASS'Y
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
MIDDLE PLATE ASS'Y
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
LEFT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
RIGHT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
CASSETTE BODY ASS'Y
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
BODY, CASSETTE
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
ARM, BACK END LOCK
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
Numerical parts list
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Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
264
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SHEET, SEPARATION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, MIDDLE
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, REINFORCEMENT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
RACK
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
GEAR, 22T
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, LEFT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
HOLDER, PAPER RETAINING
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, RIGHT
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
LEVER, SIDE END LOCK RELEASE
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
STOPPER, PAPER SIDE END
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
HOLDER, PAD
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
HOLDER, SEPARATION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
PLATE, PAPER GUIDE
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
HOLDER, PAD
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
WEIGHT, PAD
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
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Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
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Part number
Description
Table and page
*
HOLDER, PAD
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
*
GUIDE, REGISTRATION
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
BUSHING
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, A
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
ROLLER, REGISTRATION, C
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
BUSHING
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
BUSHING
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
RESISTOR, 400 OHM, 0.5W
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
SPRING, TENSION
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR)
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
CABLE, OPTION SENSOR
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
PAPER PICKUP DRIVE ASS'Y
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
FRAME, PAPER PICKUP FEEDER
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
SHAFT, REGISTRATION ROLLER
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
Numerical parts list
265
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
266
Part number
Description
Table and page
*
SHAFT, PAPER PICKUP DRIVE
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
BUSHING
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
BUSHING
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
BUSHING
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
SPRING, COMPRESSION
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
*
PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 209
*
PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 209
RC1-5062-000CN
RETAINER, PAPER
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
RC1-5096-000CN
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, LEFT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
RC1-5097-000CN
ARM, PAPER RETAINER, RIGHT
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
RC1-5147-000CN
SPRING, GROUNDING
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
RC1-5173-000CN
COVER, FACE-DOWN
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
RC1-5174-000CN
COVER, UPPER FACE, S
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
RC1-5176-000CN
COVER, UPPER
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
RC1-5178-000CN
COVER, INSIDE, UPPER
Upper assembly cover
on page 163
RC1-5183-000CN
COVER, LEFT
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
RC1-5184-000CN
COVER, CASSETTE, LEFT
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
RC1-5188-000CN
COVER, CASSETTE, RIGHT
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
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Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
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Part number
Description
Table and page
RC1-5200-000CN
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
RC1-5200-000CN
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
RC1-5200-000CN
COVER, CASSETTE DUST
Tray 2 sheet input tray
internal components
on page 195
RC1-5227-000CN
PLATE, REAR
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
RC1-5227-000CN
PLATE, REAR
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
RC1-5440-000CN
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
250-sheet input tray
(cassette) on page 193
RC1-5440-000CN
ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP
Paper pick-up feeder
assembly for Tray 2
on page 199
RC1-5440-000CN
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
RC1-5440-000CN
PAPER PICKUP ROLLER
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
RC1-5440-000CN
ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP
Paper pickup feeder
assembly (Tray 3) on page 207
RM1-1820-000CN
FUSER ASS'Y (110v)
Fuser assembly on page 183
RM1-1820-000CN
FUSER ASSEMBLY
(110v) or
RM1-1821-000CN (220v)
Assembly locations
on page 157
RM1-1821-000CN
FUSER ASS'Y (220v)
Fuser assembly on page 183
RM1-1856-000CN
FRONT DOOR ASS'Y
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
RM1-1858-000CN
RIGHT COVER ASS'Y
External panels and covers (2
of 2) on page 161
RM1-1859-000CN
PAPER DELIVERY TRAY ASS'Y
External panels and covers (1
of 2) on page 159
RM1-1885-000CN
ELECT.TRANSPORT BELT ASS'Y
Internal components (2 of 3)
on page 169
RM1-1916-000CN
CASSETTE
Assembly locations
on page 157
RM1-1916-000CN
CASSETTE
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
RM1-1922-000CN
SEPARATION ASS'Y
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
RM1-1922-000CN
SEPARATION ASS'Y
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
Numerical parts list
267
Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued)
268
Part number
Description
Table and page
RM1-1923-000CN
FEED ASS'Y
Tray 2 input tray (cassette)
on page 189
RM1-1945-000CN
CASSETTE
250-sheet input tray
(cassette) on page 193
RM1-1945-000CN
CASSETTE
Tray 3 input tray (cassette)
on page 203
RM1-1975-000CN
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
Internal components (3 of 3)
on page 173
RM1-1975-000CN
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y
PCB assembly location Tray 2
on page 187
RM1-1983-000CN
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
Assembly locations
on page 157
RM1-1983-000CN
CONTROL PANEL ASS'Y
Control panel assembly
on page 177
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A
Product specifications
This chapter contains information about the following topics.
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Physical specifications
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Replacement supplies specifications
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Electrical specifications
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Environmental specifications
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Acoustical specifications
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Physical specifications
Table A-1 Printer specifications
270
Product
Height
Depth
Width
Weight
HP Color LaserJet
1600 printer without
optional Tray 3 or
consumables
370 mm (14.6 inches)
453 mm (17.83 inches)
407 mm (16.02 inches)
15.67 kg (34.54 lbs)
HP Color LaserJet
1600 printer with
optional Tray 3 (250sheet), without
consumables
460 mm (18.1 inches)
451 mm (17.76 inches)
485 mm (18.98 inches)
20.16 kg (44.43 lbs)
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Replacement supplies specifications
Table A-2 Replacement supplies specifications
Replacement print-cartridge life (based on approximately 5%
coverage)
Black: 2,500 pages
Yellow, cyan, and magenta: 2,000 pages each
Print cartridge life
Table A-3 Print cartridge specifications
Product name
Description
Part number
Black print cartridge
Life of 2,500 pages at approximately
5% coverage.
Q6000A
Cyan print cartridge
Life of 2,000 pages at approximately
5% coverage.
Q6001A
Yellow print cartridge
Life of 2,000 pages at approximately
5% coverage.
Q6002A
Magenta print cartridge
Life of 2,000 pages at approximately
5% coverage.
Q6003A
NOTE
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Replacement supplies specifications
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Electrical specifications
Table A-4 Electrical specifications
Item
110-volt models
220-volt models
Power supply
115-127V (+/-10%)
220-240V (+/-10%)
50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz)
50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz)
During printing (color)
185 W (average)
185 W (average)
During printing (black and white)
185 W (average)
185 W (average)
During standby
15 W (average)
19 W (average)
Off mode
0 W (average)
0 W (average)
Idle
51 BTU/hr
61 BTU/hr
Rated current
12 A
6A
Power consumption (typical)
Heat output
CAUTION Power requirements are based on the country/region where the printer is sold. Do
not convert operating voltages. This will damage the printer and void the product warranty.
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Environmental specifications
Table A-5 Environmental specifications
(Printer and print cartridge)
Recommended1
Operating1
Storage1
20° to 27°C (68° to 81°F)
15° to 32.5°C (59° to 90.5°F)
-20° to 40°C (-4° to 104°F)
20% to 70%
10% to 80%
95% or less
Temperature
Relative humidity
1
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Values are subject to change. See http://www.hp.com/support/clj1600 for current information.
Environmental specifications
273
Acoustical specifications
Table A-6 Acoustical specifications
1
274
Sound Power Level
Declared per ISO 92961
Printing (8 ppm)
LWAd = 6.6 Bels (A) [66 dB (A)]
SPL-Bystander Position
Declared per ISO 92961
Printing (8 ppm)
LpAm = 52 dB(A)
Values are subject to change. See http://www.hp.com/support/clj1600 for current information.
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Product specifications
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Product warranty statements
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Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement
HP PRODUCT
DURATION OF LIMITED WARRANTY
HP Color LaserJet 1600
Six-month, Limited Warranty
HP warrants to you, the end-user customer, that HP hardware and accessories will be free from defects in
materials and workmanship after the date of purchase, for the period specified above. If HP receives notice of
such defects during the warranty period, HP will, at its option, either repair or replace products which prove to
be defective. Replacement products may be either new or equivalent in performance to new.
HP warrants to you that HP software will not fail to execute its programming instructions after the date of
purchase, for the period specified above, due to defects in material and workmanship when properly installed
and used. If HP receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will replace software which does
not execute its programming instructions due to such defects.
HP does not warrant that the operation of HP products will be uninterrupted or error free. If HP is unable, within
a reasonable time, to repair or replace any product to a condition as warranted, you will be entitled to a refund
of the purchase price upon prompt return of the product.
HP products may contain remanufactured parts equivalent to new in performance or may have been subject to
incidental use.
Warranty does not apply to defects resulting from (a) improper or inadequate maintenance or calibration, (b)
software, interfacing, parts or supplies not supplied by HP, (c) unauthorized modification or misuse, (d)
operation outside of the published environmental specifications for the product, or (e) improper site preparation
or maintenance.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND NO
OTHER WARRANTY OR CONDITION, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AND
HP SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY,
SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some countries/regions, states
or provinces do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so the above limitation or exclusion
might not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you might also have other rights that
vary from country/region to country/region, state to state, or province to province. HP's limited warranty is valid
in any country/region or locality where HP has a support presence for this product and where HP has marketed
this product. The level of warranty service you receive may vary according to local standards. HP will not alter
form, fit or function of the product to make it operate in a country/region for which it was never intended to
function for legal or regulatory reasons.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE REMEDIES IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT ARE
YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. EXCEPT AS INDICATED ABOVE, IN NO EVENT WILL HP OR
ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF DATA OR FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING LOST PROFIT OR DATA), OR OTHER DAMAGE, WHETHER BASED IN
CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE. Some countries/regions, states or provinces do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
THE WARRANTY TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS STATEMENT, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT LAWFULLY
PERMITTED, DO NOT EXCLUDE, RESTRICT OR MODIFY AND ARE IN ADDITION TO THE MANDATORY
STATUTORY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OF THIS PRODUCT TO YOU.
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Print Cartridge Limited Warranty Statement
This HP product is warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship.
This warranty does not apply to products that (a) have been refilled, refurbished, remanufactured or
tampered with in any way, (b) experience problems resulting from misuse, improper storage, or
operation outside of the published environmental specifications for the printer product or (c) exhibit
wear from ordinary use.
To obtain warranty service, please return the product to place of purchase (with a written description
of the problem and print samples) or contact HP Customer Support. At HP's option, HP will either
replace products that prove to be defective or refund your purchase price.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND NO
OTHER WARRANTY OR CONDITION, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED AND HP SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL HP OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE
LIABLE FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING LOST PROFIT
OR DATA), OR OTHER DAMAGE, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE.
THE WARRANTY TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS STATEMENT, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT
LAWFULLY PERMITTED, DO NOT EXCLUDE, RESTRICT OR MODIFY AND ARE IN ADDITION
TO THE MANDATORY STATUTORY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OF THIS PRODUCT
TO YOU.
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Print Cartridge Limited Warranty Statement
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Appendix B
Product warranty statements
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Regulatory statements
This chapter contains information about the following topics.
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Declaration of Conformity
●
Laser safety statement
●
Canadian DOC statement
●
VCCI statement (Japan)
●
Korean EMI statement
●
Finnish laser statement
279
Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity
according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014
Manufacturer's Name:
Manufacturer's Address:
Hewlett-Packard Company
11311 Chinden Boulevard,
Boise, Idaho 83714-1021, USA
declares, that the product
Product Name:
HP Color LaserJet 1600 Series
Regulatory Model Number3):
Product Options
Toner Cartridges:
BOISB-0409–00
All
Q6000A, Q6001A, Q6002A, Q6003A
conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
IEC 60950-1:2001 / EN60950-1: 2001 + A11
IEC 60825-1:1993 +A1: +A2/
EN 60825-1:1994 +A1 +A2 (Class 1 Laser/LED Product)
GB4943-2001
EMC:
CISPR 22:1993 +A1 +A2 / EN 55022:1994 +A1 +A2 - Class B1)
EN 61000-3-2:2000
EN 61000-3-3:1995 +A1
EN 55024:1998 +A1 +A2
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B2) / ICES-003, Issue 4/ GB9254-1998, GB17625.1-2003
Supplementary Information:
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, and
carries the CE-Marking accordingly.
1) The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard Personal Computer Systems. Compliance testing of product to
standard with exception of Clause 9.5, which is not yet in effect.
2) This Device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
3) For regulatory purposes, this product is assigned a Regulatory model number. This number should not be confused with the product
name or the product number(s).
Boise, Idaho USA
October 2005
For regulatory topics only:
Australia Contact:
Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Australia Ltd., 31-41 Joseph Street, Blackburn, Victoria 3130,
Australia
European Contact:
Your Local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Department HQ-TRE /
Standards Europe, Herrenberger Strasse 140, Böblingen D-71034, Germany, (FAX: +49-7031-14-3143)
USA Contact:
Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Company, PO Box 15, Mail Stop 160, Boise, Idaho 83707-0015,
USA, (Phone: 208-396-6000)
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Regulatory statements
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Laser safety statement
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
has implemented regulations for laser products manufactured since August 1, 1976. Compliance is
mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The printer is certified as a "Class 1" laser
product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance
Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968.
Since radiation emitted inside the printer is completely confined within protective housings and
external covers, the laser beam cannot escape during any phase of normal user operation.
WARNING! Using controls, making adjustments, or performing procedures other than those
specified in this user guide may result in exposure to hazardous radiation.
Canadian DOC statement
Complies with Canadian EMC Class B requirements.
« Conforme à la classe B des normes canadiennes de compatibilité électromagnétiques (CEM). »
VCCI statement (Japan)
Figure C-1 VCCI statement
Korean EMI statement
Figure C-2 Korean EMI statement
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Laser safety statement
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Finnish laser statement
LASERTURVALLISUUS
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
HP Color LaserJet 1600 -laserkirjoitin on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite.
Normaalissa käytössä kirjoittimen suojakotelointi estää lasersäteen pääsyn laitteen
ulkopuolelle.
Laitteen turvallisuusluokka on määritetty standardin EN60825-1 (1994) mukaisesti.
VAROITUS!
Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa
käyttäjän turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle.
VARNING!
Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i bruksanvisning specificerats, kan användaren
utsättas för osynlig laserstrålning, som överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1.
HUOLTO
HP Color LaserJet 1600 -kirjoittimen sisällä ei ole käyttäjän huollettavissa olevia kohteita.
Laitteen saa avata ja huoltaa ainoastaan sen huoltamiseen koulutettu henkilö. Tällaiseksi
huoltotoimenpiteeksi ei katsota väriainekasetin vaihtamista, paperiradan puhdistusta tai
muita käyttäjän käsikirjassa lueteltuja, käyttäjän tehtäväksi tarkoitettuja ylläpitotoimia, jotka
voidaan suorittaa ilman erikoistyökaluja.
VARO!
Mikäli kirjoittimen suojakotelo avataan, olet alttiina näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle laitteen
ollessa toiminnassa. Älä katso säteeseen.
VARNING!
Om laserprinterns skyddshölje öppnas då apparaten är i funktion, utsättas användaren för
osynlig laserstrålning. Betrakta ej strålen.
Tiedot laitteessa käytettävän laserdiodin säteilyominaisuuksista:
Aallonpituus 770-800 nm
Teho 5 mW
Luokan 3B laser
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Regulatory statements
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Index
Symbols/Numerics
600 dpi print-quality setting 123
A
accessibility 5
accessories
ordering 154
part numbers 271
acoustical specifications 274
adhesive labels
specifications 16, 17
alert messages 108, 133
arrow buttons 9
assembly
locations 156
parts list 156
attention light 9
B
background, gray 140
bands, troubleshooting 140
bins, output
features 4
jams, clearing 105
black and white printing
troubleshooting 143
black cartridge
part number 271
status gauge 8
blank pages, troubleshooting 125
buttons, control panel 9
C
cables
USB, troubleshooting 126
calibrating printer
using HP Toolbox 146
Canadian DOC statement 281
cancel Job button 8
cardstock
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specifications 16, 17
cartridges
part numbers 271
recycling 31
replacing 31, 62
status gauge 8
status page, printing 117
storage specifications 273
characters, troubleshooting 142
checklist, troubleshooting 98
cleaning
ETB 120, 129
fuser 133
mode 120
printer 32
using HP Toolbox 33, 146
clearing jams
common locations 100
input area 104
inside printer 103
output area 105
cold reset 128
color
calibration 34
troubleshooting 143
components
locating 6
configuration page 115, 130, 131
configurations, printer 3
consumables
part numbers 271
specifications 271
status gauge 8
status page, printing 117
control panel
layout 9
lights and buttons, description
9
messages 108, 133
removal and replacement 91
control panel display test 120
covers
locations 162
parts list 162
covers, document
paper specifications 16, 17
creases, troubleshooting 142
critical error messages 109, 135
crooked pages 142
curled media 142
cyan cartridge
part number 271
status gauge 8
D
DC controller
removal and replacement 85
declaration of conformity 280
defaults
restoring 120, 139
defects
correcting 124
repetitive image defects 149
demo page 114, 130
diagnostic tools
repetitive image defect ruler
149
diagrams
assemblies 156
covers 162
general circuit 210
input devices 188
internal assemblies 164
dimensions, printer 270
display
control panel 10
documentation
ordering 154
dots per inch (dpi)
print settings 123
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283
specifications 4
dots, troubleshooting 140
dpi (dots per inch)
print settings 123
specifications 4
drivers
operating systems supported
11
uninstalling 12
Windows, features 11
E
electrical specifications 272
energy
consumption 272
savings 4
engine cleaning 32
engine control system 36
engine test print 127
envelopes
construction 14
sizes 15
specifications 14, 17
environmental
paper specifications 13
printer specifications 273
error messages 108, 133
ETB
removal and replacement 64
event log 130, 132
F
faded print 139
Finnish laser statement 282
firmware updates 150
formatter
removal and replacement 81
fraud hotline 31
fuser
cleaning page 133
removal and replacement 73
G
general circuit diagram 210
general timing chart 56
gray background, troubleshooting
140
grayscale
troubleshooting 143
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H
heavy paper
specifications 16, 17
HP fraud hotline 31
HP Toolbox
calibrating printer 34
calibrating the printer 146
cleaning page 146
configuration page 147
extended print modes 122
operating systems supported
11
print quality menu 122
print quality troubleshooting
pages 146
print types 121
toner level, checking from 30
humidity specifications
paper, storing 13
printer environment 273
I
image formation system 39
image quality
print, troubleshooting 124
input devices
locations 188
parts list 188
input trays
features 4
installing 23
media supported 16
installing
input trays 23
print cartridges 25
supplies 25
interface ports
types included 4
internal assembly
locations 164
parts list 164
J
jams
causes 101
causes of 100
delivery delay 106
delivery stationary 106
door open 107
input area 104
inside printer 103
output area 105
pickup delay 106
pickup stationary 106
start-up residual 106
troubleshooting 102
wrapping 106
K
keys, control panel 9
Korean EMI statement
281
L
labels
specifications 16, 17
laser safety statements 281
light print, troubleshooting 139
lightness
faded print, troubleshooting
139
lights
locating 9
lines, troubleshooting
printed pages 140
location
fan 53
model and serial number 8
printed circuit assemblies 53,
54
solenoid 54
solenoids 53
loose toner, troubleshooting 141
M
magenta cartridge
part number 271
status gauge 8
mailing labels
specifications 16, 17
margins, envelopes 14
media
curled, troubleshooting
envelopes 14
jams 100
labels 16
selecting 13
specifications 13
transparencies 16
tray 1, types supported
tray 2, types supported
tray 3, types supported
142
16
16
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unsupported 17
wrinkled 142
wrong size 124
wrong type 124
memory 5
menu structure report 114
messages
alert and warning 108, 133
critical error 109, 135
error 108, 133
event log 132
event log only 113, 139
status 113, 138
status log 118
supplies 110, 135
model number 8
motors 53
N
NVRAM initializer
super 128
O
operating environment,
specifications 273
operating systems supported 11
ordering
accessories 154
parts 153
supplies and accessories 271
output bins
features 4
jams, clearing 105
output quality
print, troubleshooting 124
overhead transparencies
specifications 16, 17
P
page counts
restoring 129
pages
blank 125
not printing 125
printing slowly 125
skewed 142
pages per minute 4
paper
curled, troubleshooting 142
jams 100
jams, delivery delay 106
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jams, delivery stationary 106
jams, door open 107
jams, input areas 104
jams, inside the printer 103
jams, output area 105
jams, pickup delay 106
jams, pickup stationary 106
jams, start-up residual 106
jams, top bin 105
jams, wrapping 106
selecting 13
tray 1, types supported 16
tray 2, types supported 16
tray 3, types supported 16
unsupported 17
wrinkled 142
paper handling issues 124
paper input trays
features 4
media supported 16
paper output bins
features 4
jams, clearing 105
paper pickup roller
removal and replacement 89
parts
assembly locations 156
cover locations 162
input devices 188
internal assembly locations 164
ordering 153
part numbers 271
removal and replacement 59
replaceable 152
user replaceable 60
paused printing 9
performance problems 125
pickup and feed system 49
pickup rollers, ordering 60
platforms supported 11
power
requirements 272
powersave 120
print cartridges
checking 30
HP fraud hotline 31
installing 25
life expectancy 30
ordering 30
part numbers 271
recycling 31
replacing 25, 31
status gauge 8
status page, printing 117
storage specifications 273
print modes
extended 122
HP Toolbox 122
print quality
identifying defects 124
improving 121
issues 139
menu 122
settings 123
specifications 4
troubleshooting 124, 133
print quality defects
correcting 124
print types
HP Toolbox 121
printer
calibrating 57
dimensions 20
performance problems 125
printer drivers
operating systems supported
11
uninstalling 12
Windows, features 11
printing
troubleshooting 125
printing a configuration page
using HP Toolbox 147
procedure
pre-servicre 61
Q
quality
print settings 123
print, troubleshooting 124
specifications 4
R
ready light 9
ready light and select button 9
rear output door
features 4
regulatory statements
Canadian DOC statement 281
declaration of conformity 280
Index
285
Finnish laser statement 282
Korean EMI statement 281
laser safety 281
VCCI statement 281
removal
control panel 91
DC controller 85
ETB 64
formatter 81
fuser 73
paper pickup roller 89
print cartridges 62
separation pad 88
removal and replacement 59
repetitive defects, troubleshooting
143
repetitive image defect ruler 149
replaceable parts 152
replacing
control panel 91
DC controller 85
ETB 64
formatter 81
fuser 73
paper pickup roller 89
print cartridges 31, 62
separation pad 88
reports
configuration 114, 115
secondary service 120
status 114, 118
supplies status 117
supplies status page 132
reports menu 148
reset, cold 128
resolution
print settings 123
specifications 4
restoring
defaults 120
factory defaults 139
page counts 128, 129
serial number 128
restoring serial number 129
resuming printing 9
rollers, ordering 60
S
scatter, troubleshooting 143
secondary service menu
286
Index
clean ETB 120
control panel display test 120
reports 120
separation pad
ordering 60
removal and replacement 88
sequence of operation 36
serial number
restoring 129
service
part numbers 271
service approach 61
service menu 139
service menu settings
cleaning mode 120
powersave 120
restoring defaults 120
service mode functions
cleaning mode 128, 129
cold reset 128
NVRAM initializer 128
super NVRAM initializer 128
site preparation 20
size, printer 270
skewed pages 142
smeared toner, troubleshooting
141
software
operating systems supported
11
ordering 154
supported drivers 11
uninstalling 12
updates 150
Windows systems 11
Windows, features 11
solenoid 54
solenoids 53
space requirements 20
special media
envelopes 14
labels 16
specifications 16, 17
transparencies 16
specifications
acoustical 274
envelopes 14
environmental 273
labels 16
motors and fans 37
print cartridge 271
print media 13
printer features 4
transparencies 16
trays, media supported 16
specks, troubleshooting 140
speed
specifications 4
spots, troubleshooting 140
status
printer 8
Supplies Status page, printing
117
status log 118
status page 130
storing
envelopes 14
paper 13
print cartridges 31
printer 273
supplies 31
streaks, troubleshooting 140
super NVRAM initializer 128
supplies
checking 30
life expectancy 30
messages 110, 135
ordering 30, 154
specifications 271
status gauge 8
status page 117
supplies status
HP Toolbox 117
supplies status page 132
support
part numbers 271
system requirements 21
systems
engine control 36
image formation 39
pickup and feed 49
T
technical support
part numbers 271
web sites 154
temperature specifications
paper, storing 13
printer environment 273
text, troubleshooting
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misformed characters 142
timing chart 56
toner
loose, troubleshooting 141
scatter, troubleshooting 143
smeared, troubleshooting 141
specks, troubleshooting 140
status gauge 8
Toolbox
operating systems supported
11
top output bin
features 4
transparencies
specifications 16, 17
tray 1
loading 23
trays
features 4
media supported 16
troubleshooting
blank pages 125
calibrating printer 34
checklist 98
color 143
configuration page 130
curled media 142
demo page 130
event log 130
faded print 139
jams 100
lines, printed pages 140
loose toner 141
pages not printing 125
pages printing slowly 125
print quality issues 139
process 98
repetitive defects 143
replacing print cartridges 31
reports and tools 130
skewed pages 142
status page 130
text 142
toner scatter 143
toner smear 141
toner specks 140
USB cables 126
using HP Toolbox 146
wrinkles 142
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U
uninstalling software 12
updates
software and firmware 150
USB port
troubleshooting 126
type included 4
user replaceable parts 60
V
VCCI statement 281
vertical lines, troubleshooting
voltage requirements 272
140
W
warning messages 108, 133
warranty
print cartridge 277
product 276
wavy paper, troubleshooting 142
Web
diagnostic tools 148
weight
printer 270
Windows
software features 11
uninstalling software 12
versions supported 11
wrinkles, troubleshooting 142
Y
yellow cartridge
part number 271
status gauge 8
Index
287
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