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Brother Laser MFC
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL:
DCP- 7055/7057/7057E/7060D/7065DN
DCP- 7070DW/HL-2280DW
MFC- 7360/7360N/7362N/7460DN
MFC- 7470D/7860DN/7860DW
Read this manual thoroughly before maintenance work.
Keep this manual in a convenient place for quick and easy reference at all times.
December 2010
SM-FAX122
8C5E01
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The function comparative table for models as described in this Service Manual are shown blow.
Model
DCP-7055
DCP-7057
DCP-7057E DCP-7060D
DCP-7065DN
Wired /
Wireless
Wired /
Wireless
9
9
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
9
9
9
LAN
-
-
-
Wired
Duplex printing
-
-
9
ADF
-
-
-
9
9
Handset
-
-
-
Ten-key pad
-
-
Paper Edge
Actuator
-
-
Model
MFC-7360
DCP-7070DW HL-2280DW
MFC-7360N
MFC-7362N MFC-7460DN
MFC-7470D
MFC-7860DN MFC-7860DW
Wired /
Wireless
LAN
-
Wired
Wired
-
Wired
Duplex printing
-
-
ADF
9
9
9
9
9
(Only for
China)
9
9
9
-
-
(For Asia &
China)
9
9
9
(Only for
China)
-
Ten-key pad
9
9
9
9
9
9
Paper Edge
Actuator
-
-
9
9
9
9
Handset
9
9
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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CONTENTS
REGULATION ..........................................................................................................vii
SAFETY INFORMATION .........................................................................................xiv
CHAPTER 1
SPECIFICATIONS
1. SPECIFICATIONS LIST ........................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
General ............................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Network Connectivity .......................................................................................................... 1-6
1.3
Service Information ............................................................................................................. 1-7
1.4
Consumables ...................................................................................................................... 1-8
1.5
Paper .................................................................................................................................. 1-9
1.5.1
Paper handling ....................................................................................................... 1-9
1.5.2
Media specifications ............................................................................................... 1-9
1.6
Unprintable Area ............................................................................................................... 1-10
1.7
Telephone ......................................................................................................................... 1-10
1.8
FAX (Only for the models with FAX function) ................................................................... 1-10
1.9
Copy ................................................................................................................................. 1-11
1.10 Scanner ............................................................................................................................ 1-11
1.11 Unscannable Area ............................................................................................................ 1-12
1.12 USB Direct Interface ......................................................................................................... 1-12
CHAPTER 2
ERROR INDICATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING
1. INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................... 2-1
1.1
Precautions ......................................................................................................................... 2-1
1.2
Initial Check ........................................................................................................................ 2-2
2. OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................. 2-4
2.1
Cross-section Drawing ........................................................................................................ 2-4
2.2
Paper Feeding .................................................................................................................... 2-6
2.3
Operation of each part ........................................................................................................ 2-8
2.4
Block Diagram .................................................................................................................... 2-9
2.5
Components ..................................................................................................................... 2-10
2.6
Life of Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit .............................................................................. 2-11
3. ERROR CODES ..................................................................................................................... 2-15
3.1
Error Codes ...................................................................................................................... 2-15
3.2
Error Messages ................................................................................................................ 2-20
3.3
Communications Error Code ............................................................................................ 2-22
3.4
Error Cause and Remedy ................................................................................................. 2-25
3.5
Paper Feeding Problems .................................................................................................. 2-71
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3.5.1
Pickup function of Paper tray does not work. ....................................................... 2-71
3.5.2
No feeding ............................................................................................................ 2-71
3.5.3
No paper fed manual feed slot (Error code 9A) .................................................... 2-72
3.5.4
Double feeding ..................................................................................................... 2-72
3.5.5
Paper jam ............................................................................................................. 2-73
3.5.6
Dirt on paper ......................................................................................................... 2-75
3.5.7
Paper feeding at an angle .................................................................................... 2-75
3.5.8
Wrinkles or creases .............................................................................................. 2-76
3.5.9
Curl in the paper ................................................................................................... 2-77
3.5.10 Prints only single side of the paper when duplex-printing .................................... 2-78
3.5.11 Cannot make print through duplex-printing .......................................................... 2-78
3.5.12 Paper size error .................................................................................................... 2-78
3.5.13 Paper size error through duplex-printing .............................................................. 2-78
3.6
3.7
Image Defect Troubleshooting .......................................................................................... 2-79
3.6.1
Image defect examples ........................................................................................ 2-79
3.6.2
Troubleshooting image defect .............................................................................. 2-80
Software Setting Problems ............................................................................................... 2-91
3.7.1
3.8
Network Problems ............................................................................................................ 2-92
3.8.1
3.9
Cannot print data .................................................................................................. 2-91
Cannot make a print through network connection
(Wireless LAN model only) (Error code DE, EE) .................................................. 2-92
Document Feeding Problems ........................................................................................... 2-93
3.9.1
No feeding ............................................................................................................ 2-93
3.9.2
Double feeding ..................................................................................................... 2-93
3.9.3
Paper jam ............................................................................................................. 2-94
3.9.4
Wrinkles ................................................................................................................ 2-95
3.10 Scanning Image Defect Troubleshooting .......................................................................... 2-96
3.10.1 Image defect examples ........................................................................................ 2-96
3.10.2 Troubleshooting image defect .............................................................................. 2-96
3.11 Troubleshooting of the Control Panel ............................................................................... 2-99
3.11.1 Nothing is displayed on the LCD .......................................................................... 2-99
3.11.2 The control panel does not work .......................................................................... 2-99
3.11.3 Lamp malfunction ................................................................................................. 2-99
3.12 Troubleshooting of FAX/Telephone Functions ............................................................... 2-100
3.12.1 FAX can't send it ................................................................................................ 2-100
3.12.2 FAX cannot be transmitted and received. .......................................................... 2-100
3.12.3 No bell ring ......................................................................................................... 2-100
3.12.4 A communication error occurs ............................................................................ 2-101
3.12.5 Reception mode cannot be changed .................................................................. 2-101
3.12.6 Caller ID are not displayed ................................................................................. 2-101
3.12.7 Cannot talk on the handset ................................................................................ 2-101
3.13 PCB Problems ................................................................................................................ 2-102
3.13.1 Main PCB failure ................................................................................................ 2-102
3.13.2 Out of Memory .................................................................................................... 2-102
3.13.3 High voltage power supply PCB ASSY failure ................................................... 2-102
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3.13.4 Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY failure .................................................... 2-103
3.13.5 NCU ASSY failure .............................................................................................. 2-103
3.14 Other Problems ............................................................................................................... 2-104
3.14.1 The machine is not turned ON, or the LCD indication does not appear ............. 2-104
3.14.2 The fan motor 60 ASSY does not rotate. ........................................................... 2-104
3.14.3 The room temperature is high or low .................................................................. 2-104
3.14.4 Problem associated with Secure Function Lock ................................................ 2-104
CHAPTER 3
DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................ 3-1
2. PACKING ................................................................................................................................. 3-2
3. SCREW CATALOGUE ............................................................................................................. 3-3
4. SCREW TORQUE LIST ........................................................................................................... 3-4
5. LUBRICATION ......................................................................................................................... 3-6
6. OVERVIEW OF GEARS ........................................................................................................... 3-7
7. HARNESS ROUTING ............................................................................................................. 3-10
8. DISASSEMBLY FLOW CHART ............................................................................................. 3-26
9. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE .............................................................................................. 3-27
9.1
Paper Tray ........................................................................................................................ 3-29
9.2
Cord Hook ......................................................................................................................... 3-32
9.3
Back Cover ....................................................................................................................... 3-33
9.4
Outer Chute ASSY ............................................................................................................ 3-34
9.5
Fuser Cover ...................................................................................................................... 3-35
9.6
Inner Chute ASSY, Eject Pinch Roller R ASSY and Eject Pinch Roller L ASSY .............. 3-36
9.7
Front Cover ASSY, Support Flap 1 ................................................................................... 3-38
9.8
Side cover L / Handset holder ASSY ................................................................................ 3-40
9.9
Side Cover R .................................................................................................................... 3-43
9.10 ADF Unit (For models with ADF) ...................................................................................... 3-44
9.10.1 ADF Unit ............................................................................................................... 3-44
9.10.2 Hinge ASSY L / Hinge Arm R / Hinge R / Hinge R support .................................. 3-46
9.10.3 Document Stopper ............................................................................................... 3-47
9.10.4 Document Sub Tray ............................................................................................. 3-48
9.10.5 ADF Cover ASSY ................................................................................................. 3-49
9.10.6 Gear Cover ........................................................................................................... 3-50
9.10.7 Separation Roller ASSY ....................................................................................... 3-51
9.10.8 Separation Rubber Holder ASSY ......................................................................... 3-52
9.10.9 Upper Document Chute ASSY SX ....................................................................... 3-53
9.10.10Document Feed Roller ASSY ............................................................................... 3-54
9.10.11Lower Document Chute ASSY ............................................................................. 3-55
9.10.12Ejection Roller ASSY ............................................................................................ 3-56
9.10.13ADF motor ............................................................................................................ 3-57
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9.10.14Document Scanning Position Detection Sensor /
Document Detection/ADF Cover Open Sensor .................................................... 3-59
9.11 Document Cover ASSY (For models without ADF) .......................................................... 3-61
9.12 Pull Arm L / Pull Arm R / Pull Arm Spring ......................................................................... 3-63
9.13 Document Scanner Unit .................................................................................................... 3-66
9.14 Panel Unit ......................................................................................................................... 3-67
9.14.1 Panel Unit ............................................................................................................. 3-67
9.14.2 Panel PCB ASSY ................................................................................................. 3-68
9.14.3 Rubber Key L/R .................................................................................................... 3-69
9.14.4 LCD ...................................................................................................................... 3-70
9.15 Pull Arm Guide .................................................................................................................. 3-71
9.16 NCU ASSY ....................................................................................................................... 3-72
9.17 Speaker Unit ..................................................................................................................... 3-76
9.18 Joint cover ........................................................................................................................ 3-78
9.19 Fuser Unit ......................................................................................................................... 3-80
9.20 Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY ............................................................................. 3-83
9.21 Fan Motor 60 ASSY .......................................................................................................... 3-86
9.22 High Voltage Power Supply PCB ASSY ........................................................................... 3-87
9.23 New Toner Sensor PCB ASSY ......................................................................................... 3-88
9.24 Filter .................................................................................................................................. 3-89
9.25 Laser Unit ......................................................................................................................... 3-90
9.26 Wireless LAN PCB ASSY (Wireless network model only) ................................................ 3-92
9.27 Pick-up Roller Holder ASSY ............................................................................................. 3-93
9.28 Rubber Foot ...................................................................................................................... 3-94
9.29 Main PCB ASSY ............................................................................................................... 3-95
9.30 T1 Clutch ASSY, REG Clutch ASSY ................................................................................ 3-96
9.31 Main Frame L ASSY ......................................................................................................... 3-98
9.32 Develop Drive Sub ASSY, Develop Gear Joint/52 ......................................................... 3-100
9.33 Motor Drive Sub ASSY, Main Motor ............................................................................... 3-102
9.34 Internal Temperature Sensor .......................................................................................... 3-104
9.35 Paper Eject Sensor PCB ASSY ...................................................................................... 3-105
9.36 Fuser Gear 28/34 ............................................................................................................ 3-107
CHAPTER 4
ADJUSTMENTS AND UPDATING OF SETTINGS,
REQUIRED AFTER PARTS REPLACEMENT
1. IF YOU REPLACE THE MAIN PCB ASSY .............................................................................. 4-1
1.1
Rewriting the firmware (Sub firmware, Main firmware) ....................................................... 4-2
1.1.1
Checking firmware version ..................................................................................... 4-2
1.1.2
Rewriting the firmware using computer .................................................................. 4-2
1.2
Initialization of EEPROM of Main PCB ASSY (Maintenance Mode: Code 01) ................... 4-3
1.3
Setting by Country (Maintenance Mode: Code 74) ............................................................. 4-3
1.4
Setting the Serial Number ................................................................................................... 4-3
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1.5
Inputting the Adjusted Value of the Laser Unit ................................................................... 4-4
1.6
Acquisition of White Level Data (Maintenance Mode: Code 55) ........................................ 4-5
1.7
Operation Check of Sensors (Maintenance Mode: Code 32) ............................................. 4-5
2. IF YOU REPLACE THE LASER UNIT ..................................................................................... 4-6
2.1
Inputting the Adjusted Value of the Laser Unit ................................................................... 4-6
3. IF THE IRREGULAR SUPPLY DETECTION ERROR IS DETECTED
AND THE LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB ASSY IS REPLACED ........................... 4-7
3.1
Reset of Irregular Power Supply Detection Counter ........................................................... 4-7
3.1.1
Reset of irregular power supply detection counter using the PJL file ..................... 4-7
3.1.2
Reset of irregular power supply detection counter using the maintenance tool ..... 4-7
4. IF YOU REPLACE THE DOCUMENT SCANNER UNIT ......................................................... 4-9
4.1
Acquisition of White Level Data (Maintenance Mode: Code 55) ........................................ 4-9
4.2
Scanning and Printing Check ............................................................................................. 4-9
4.3
Placement of Scanner Unit in Position for Transportation (Maintenance Mode: Code 06) 4-9
5. IF YOU REPLACE THE PANEL UNIT ..................................................................................... 4-9
5.1
Operation Check of LCD (Maintenance Mode: Code 12) ................................................... 4-9
5.2
Operation Check of Control Panel Button (Maintenance Mode: Code 13) ......................... 4-9
6. IF YOU REPLACE THE LCD UNIT ........................................................................................ 4-10
6.1
Operation Check of LCD (Maintenance Mode: Code 12) ................................................. 4-10
CHAPTER 5
SERVICE FUNCTIONS
1. MAINTENANCE MODE ........................................................................................................... 5-1
1.1
How to Enter the Maintenance Mode ................................................................................. 5-1
1.2
How to Enter the End User-accessible Maintenance Mode ............................................... 5-1
1.3
List of Maintenance-mode Functions .................................................................................. 5-2
1.4
Detailed Description of Maintenance-mode Functions ....................................................... 5-3
1.4.1
EEPROM parameter initialization (Function code 01, 91) ...................................... 5-3
1.4.2
Printout of scanning compensation data (Function code 05) ................................. 5-4
1.4.3
Placement of scanner unit in position for transportation (Function code 06) ......... 5-6
1.4.4
ADF performance test (Function code 08) ............................................................. 5-6
1.4.5
Monochrome image quality test pattern (Function code 09) .................................. 5-7
1.4.6
Worker switch (WSW) setting and printout (Function code 10, 11) ........................ 5-8
1.4.7
Operational check of LCD (Function code 12) ..................................................... 5-12
1.4.8
Operational check of control panel button (Function code 13) ............................. 5-13
1.4.9
Adjustment of Handset Volume (Function code 16)
(Only for handset models) .................................................................................... 5-14
1.4.10 Software version check (Function code 25) ......................................................... 5-15
1.4.11 Operational check of sensors (Function code 32) ................................................ 5-16
1.4.12 LAN connection status display (Function code 33) .............................................. 5-18
1.4.13 PC print function (Function code 43) .................................................................... 5-19
1.4.14 Not-disclosed-to-users functions (Function code 45) ........................................... 5-22
1.4.15 EEPROM customizing (User-accessible) (Function code 52) .............................. 5-23
1.4.16 Received data transfer function (Function code 53) (FAX model only) ................ 5-24
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1.4.17 Fine adjustment of scan start/end positions (Function code 54) .......................... 5-26
1.4.18 Acquisition of white level data (Function code 55) ............................................... 5-27
1.4.19 Continuous print test (Function code 67) ............................................................. 5-28
1.4.20 Setting by country (Function code 74) .................................................................. 5-29
1.4.21 Printout of maintenance information (Function code 77) ...................................... 5-32
1.4.22 Operational check of fans (Function code 78) ...................................................... 5-33
1.4.23 Display of the machine history (log) (Function code 80) ...................................... 5-34
1.4.24 Error code indication (Function code 82) ............................................................. 5-38
1.4.25 Sending communication error list (Function code 87) (FAX model only) ............. 5-38
1.4.26 Counter reset after replacing the fuser unit and paper feeding kit
(Function code 88) ............................................................................................... 5-39
1.4.27 Exit from the maintenance mode (Function code 99) ........................................... 5-39
2. OTHER SERVICE FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................ 5-40
2.1
Developer Roller Counter Reset Function ........................................................................ 5-40
2.2
Parts Life Reset Function ................................................................................................. 5-40
2.3
Deletion of User Setting Information, etc. ......................................................................... 5-41
2.4
Continue mode / Stop mode settings of Toner cartridge .................................................. 5-42
2.5
Drum Cleaning .................................................................................................................. 5-43
2.6
Deep Sleep Function ........................................................................................................ 5-44
CHAPTER 6
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS, WIRING DIAGRAM
1. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS ............................................................................................................... 6-1
2. WIRING DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................ 6-10
CHAPTER 7
PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1. PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS .................................................................................. 7-1
APPENDIX 1 SERIAL NUMBERING SYSTEM
APPENDIX 2 DELETION OF USER SETTING INFORMATION, ETC.
APPENDIX 3 INSTALLING THE MAINTENANCE DRIVER
APPENDIX 4 HOW TO MAKE PROTECTIVE MATERIAL OF DRUM UNIT
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REGULATION
„ Approval Information (MFC only)
THIS EQUIPMENT IS DESIGNED TO WORK WITH A TWO WIRE ANALOGUE PSTN LINE
FITTED WITH THE APPROPRIATE CONNECTOR.
Brother advises that this product may not function correctly in a country other than where it
was originally purchased, and does not offer any warranty in the event that this product is
used on public telecommunication lines in another country.
„ Declaration of Conformity (Europe only)
(DCP-7055/DCP-7057/DCP-7057E/DCP-7060D/DCP-7065DN/MFC-7360/
MFC-7362N/MFC-7360N/MFC-7460DN/MFC-7470D/MFC-7860DN only)
We, Brother Industries, Ltd.
15-1, Naeshiro-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya 467-8561 Japan
declare that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements of Directives
2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC and 2005/32/EC.
The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) is on our Website.
Please go to http://solutions.brother.com/.
• choose region (eg. Europe)
• choose country
• choose your model
• choose “Manuals”
• choose Declaration of Conformity (Select Language when required.)
„ Declaration of Conformity (Europe only) (DCP-7070DW/MFC-7860DW only)
We, Brother Industries, Ltd.
15-1, Naeshiro-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya 467-8561 Japan
declare that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements of Directives
1999/5/EC and 2005/32/EC.
The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) is on our Website.
Please go to http://solutions.brother.com/.
• choose region (eg. Europe)
• choose country
• choose your model
• choose “Manuals”
• choose Declaration of Conformity (Select Language when required.)
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„ IEC60825-1:2007 Specification (For 220-240V models only)
This product is a Class 1 laser product as defined in IEC60825-1:2007 specifications.
The label shown below is attached in countries where required.
This product has a Class 3B Laser Diode which emits invisible laser radiation in the scanner
unit. The scanner unit should not be opened under any circumstances.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
APPAREIL À LASER DE CLASSE 1
LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT
Internal laser radiation
Wave length: 770 - 800 nm
Output: 20 mW max.
Laser Class: Class 3B
WARNING
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
„ Disconnect Device
This product must be installed near an electrical socket that is easily accessible. In case of
emergencies, you must disconnect the power cord from the electrical socket to shut off
power completely.
„ Wiring Information (U.K. only)
If you need to replace the plug fuse, fit a fuse that is approved by ASTA to BS1362 with the
same rating as the original fuse.
Always replace the fuse cover. Never use a plug that does not have a cover. If in any doubt,
call a qualified electrician.
Warning -This product must be earthed.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in line with the following code:
• Green and Yellow: Earth
• Blue: Neutral
• Brown: Live
„ LAN Connection (Network models only)
CAUTION
DO NOT connect this product to a LAN connection that is subject to over-voltages.
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„ Radio Interference
This product complies with EN55022 (CISPR Publication 22)/Class B.
„ EU Directive 2002/96/EC and EN50419
This equipment is marked with the above recycling symbol. It means that at the end of the life
of the equipment you must dispose of it separately at an appropriate collection point and not
place it in the normal domestic unsorted waste stream. This will benefit the environment for
all. (European Union only)
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For USA and Canada
„ Standard telephone and FCC notices (MFC only)
These notices are in effect on models sold and used in the United States only.
When programming emergency numbers or making test calls to emergency numbers:
• Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call before
hanging up.
• Perform these activities in the off-peak hours, such as early morning or late evening.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the
ACTA. On the backside of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a
product identifier in the format US: AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be
provided to the telephone company.
You may safely connect this equipment to the telephone line by means of a standard modular
jack, USOC RJ11C.
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone
network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by the
ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is
designed to be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. (See
installation instructions for details.)
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a telephone
line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to
an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To
be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the
total RENs, contact the local telephone company. For products approved after July 23, 2001,
the REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format
US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point
(e.g., 06 is a REN of 0.6). For earlier products, the REN is separately shown on the label.
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify
you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance
notice is not practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible.
Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is
necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or
procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone
company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to
maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or warranty information, please
contact Brother Customer Service. (See Brother numbers in the Basic User's Guide.) If the
equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request
that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility
commission, public service commission or corporation commission for information.
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure
the installation of this equipment does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have
questions about what will disable alarm equipment, call your telephone company or a
qualified installer.
If you are not able to solve a problem with your product, call Brother Customer Service. (See
Brother numbers in the Basic User's Guide.)
WARNING
For protection against the risk of electrical shock, always disconnect all cables from
the wall outlet before servicing, modifying or installing the equipment.
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„ Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Declaration of Conformity
(For USA)
Responsible Party:
Brother International Corporation
100 Somerset Corporate Boulevard
P.O. Box 6911
Bridgewater, NJ 08807-0911
USA
Telephone: (908) 704-1700
declares, that the products
Product name:
DCP-7060D/DCP-7065DN/HL-2280DW/
MFC-7360N/MFC-7460N/MFC-7860DW
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.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
(Wireless network models only)
This transmitter must be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
Important
A shielded interface cable should be used to ensure compliance with the limits for a Class B
digital device. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Brother Industries, Ltd.
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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„ Industry Canada Compliance Statement (For Canada)
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES–003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB–003 du Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that
may cause undesired operation of this device.
L’utilisation de ce dispositif est autorisée seulement aux conditions suivantes:
(1) il ne doit pas produire de brouillage et (2) l’utilisateur du dispositif doit être prêt à accepter
tout brouillage radioélectrique reçu, même si ce brouillage est susceptible de compromettre
le fonctionnement du dispositif.
„ Equipment Attachment Limitations (Canada only)
(MFC only)
NOTICE
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
Le présent materiel est conforme aux specifications techniques applicables d’Industrie
Canada.
NOTICE
The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the maximum number of devices allowed
to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any
combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the
devices does not exceed five.
L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux
qui peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d’une interface peut
consister en une combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme
d’indices d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n’excède pas 5.
„ Laser Safety (110 to 120 volt model only)
This machine is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the USA. Department of Health
and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation
Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the machine does not produce
hazardous laser radiation.
Since radiation emitted inside the machine is completely confined within protective housings
and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of
user operation.
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„ FDA Regulations (110 to 120 volt model only)
The USA Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has implemented regulations for laser
products manufactured on and after August 2, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products
marketed in the United States. The following label on the back of the machine indicates
compliance with the FDA regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the
United States.
MANUFACTURED:
BROTHER INDUSTRIES (VIETNAM) LTD.
Phuc Dien Industrial Zone Cam Phuc Commune, Cam giang Dist Hai Duong Province,
Vietnam.
This product complies with FDA performance standards for laser products except for
deviations pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007.
MANUFACTURED:
Brother Technology (Shenzhen) Ltd.
NO6 Gold Garden Ind., Nanling Buji, Longgang, Shenzhen, China
This product complies with FDA performance standards for laser products except for
deviations pursuant to Laser Notice No.50, dated Jun 24, 2007.
„ Internal laser radiation
Maximum radiation power:
20 mW
Wave length:
770 - 800 nm
Laser class:
Class 3B
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SAFETY INFORMATION
„ Caution for Laser Product (WARNHINWEIS fur Laser drucker)
CAUTION:
When the machine during servicing is operated with the cover open, the
regulations of VBG 93 and the performance instructions for VBG 93 are
valid.
CAUTION:
In case of any trouble with the laser unit, replace the laser unit itself. To
prevent direct exposure to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure
of the laser unit.
ACHTUNG:
Im Falle von Störungen der Lasereinheit muß diese ersetzt werden. Das
Gehäuse der Lasereinheit darf nicht geöffnet werden, da sonst
Laserstrahlen austreten können.
<Location of the laser beam window>
„ Additional Information
When servicing the optical system of the machine, be careful not to place a screwdriver or
other reflective object in the path of the laser beam. Be sure to take off any personal
accessories such as watches and rings before working on the machine. A reflected beam,
though invisible, can permanently damage the eyes.
Since the beam is invisible, the following caution label is attached on the laser unit.
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„ Definitions of Warnings, Cautions, Notes and Memos
The following conventions are used in this manual:
Mark
Contents
Warnings tell you what to do to prevent possible personal injury.
Electrical Hazard icons alert you to a possible electrical shock.
Hot Surface icons warn you not to touch machine parts that are hot.
Cautions specify procedures you must follow or avoid to prevent
possible damage to the machine or other objects.
Note
Memo
Notes tell you useful tips when servicing the machine.
Memo tells you bits of knowledge to help understand the machine.
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„ Safety Precautions
Listed below are the various kinds of “WARNING” messages included in this manual.
WARNING
There are high voltage electrodes inside the machine. Before you clean the inside of
the machine or replace parts, make sure that you have turned off the power switch
and unplugged the machine from the AC power outlet.
DO NOT handle the plug with wet hands. Doing this might cause an electrical shock.
The fuser unit becomes extremely hot during operation. Wait until it has cooled down
sufficiently before replacing consumable items. DO NOT remove or damage the
caution label located on or around the fuser.
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WARNING
DO NOT use flammable substances such as alcohol, benzine, thinner or any type of
spray to clean the inside or outside of the machine. Doing this may cause a fire or
electrical shock.
If the machine becomes hot, blows smoke, or generates obscure odor, immediately
turn off the power switch and unplug the machine from the AC power outlet.
If metal objects, water or other liquids get inside the machine, immediately turn off the
power switch and unplug the machine from the AC power outlet.
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CAUTION
When you move the machine, grasp the side handholds that are under the scanner.
DO NOT carry the machine by holding it at the bottom.
To prevent injuries, be careful not to put your hands on the edge of the product under
the scanner as shown in the illustrations.
To prevent injuries, be careful not to put your fingers in the areas shown in the
illustrations.
Lightning and power surges can damage this product! We recommend that you use a
quality surge protection device on the AC power line, or unplug the machine during a
lightning storm.
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CHAPTER 1
SPECIFICATIONS
CHAPTER 1 SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter lists the specifications of each model.
CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS LIST ................................................................................................ 1-1
1.1 General.................................................................................................................. 1-1
1.2 Network Connectivity............................................................................................. 1-6
1.3 Service Information................................................................................................ 1-7
1.4 Consumables......................................................................................................... 1-8
1.5 Paper ..................................................................................................................... 1-9
1.5.1 Paper handling ........................................................................................... 1-9
1.5.2 Media specifications ................................................................................... 1-9
1.6 Unprintable Area.................................................................................................. 1-10
1.7 Telephone ............................................................................................................ 1-10
1.8 FAX (Only for the models with FAX function) ...................................................... 1-10
1.9 Copy .................................................................................................................... 1-11
1.10 Scanner ............................................................................................................... 1-11
1.11 Unscannable Area ............................................................................................... 1-12
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1. SPECIFICATIONS LIST
1.1
General
Model
DCP-7055
DCP-7057
DCP-7057E
DCP-7060D
DCP-7065DN
DCP-7070DW
HL-2280DW
Print method
Electrophotographic / Laser
Resolution
600 dpi x 600 dpi, 2400 dpi (2400 X 600) quality
Print speed
Up to 20/21
ppm (A4/
Letter size)
Warm-up time
From Sleep Mode: Less than 7 seconds
From Power OFF → ON: Less than 25 seconds
* At 23°C (73.4F)
First print time
Up to 24/24
ppm (A4/
Letter size)
Up to 26/27 ppm (A4/Letter
size)
From Ready mode Less than
Less than 8.5 seconds
10.0 seconds
From Sleep mode
Less than
Less than 16.5 seconds
19.0 seconds
CPU
ARM9 200MHz
Memory
16 MB
32 MB
Interface
Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Hi-Speed
USB 2.0,
Ethernet 10/
100 BASETX
Power
Consumption
* Measured with
only USB
connected
Hi-Speed
USB 2.0,
Ethernet 10/
100 BASETX,
IEEE802.11b/
g
(Infrastructure
Mode / Adhoc
Mode)
Peak
1080 W
Copying
Average: Approx. 445 W
Ready
Average: Approx. 55 W
Sleep, Wireless
LAN: ON
N/A
Average:
Approx. 2.8 W
Deep Sleep
Average: Approx. 0.9 W
Average:
Approx. 1.0 W
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Model
Noise Level
Environment
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
DCP-7055
DCP-7057
DCP-7057E
DCP-7060D
DCP-7065DN
DCP-7070DW
HL-2280DW
Sound pressure
Printing: 53 dB (A)
Ready: 30 dB (A)
Sound power
Printing:
6.60 B (A)
Ready:
4.30 B (A)
Temperature
Operating: 10 to 32.5 °C
Storage: 0 to 40 °C
Humidity
Operating: 20 to 80 %
Storage: 10 to 90 %
Carton Size
For models with ADF :
527 x 510 x 493 mm (20.8 x 20.1 x 19.4 inch)
For U.S.A.
Printing:
6.74 B (A)
Ready:
4.30 B (A)
Except for
U.S.A.
Printing:
6.40 B (A)
Ready:
4.27 B (A)
For U.S.A.
Printing:
6.81 B (A)
Ready:
4.30 B (A)
Except for
U.S.A.
Printing:
6.40 B (A)
Ready:
4.22 B (A)
Printing:
6.40 B (A)
Ready:
4.22 B (A)
For models without ADF :
527 x 510 x 440 mm (20.8 x 20.1 x 17.4 inch)
Machine Size
For models with ADF :
405 x 398.5 x 316 mm (15.95 x 15.7 x 12.45 inch)
For models without ADF :
405 x 398.5 x 268 mm (15.95 x 15.7 x 10.6 inch)
Weights
LCD Size
With Carton
12.9 kg / 28.4 lb 13.2 kg / 29.1 lb 14.6 kg / 32.2 lb For U.S.A.
12.6 kg / 27.8 lb
Except for
U.S.A.
13.4 kg / 29.5 lb
Without Carton,
With toner/drum
9.8 kg / 21.6 lb
10.1 kg / 22.3 lb 11.4 kg / 25.1 lb 10.3kg / 22.7 lb
Without Carton
and toner/drum
8.6 kg / 19.0 lb
8.9 kg / 19.6 lb
10.2 kg / 22.5 lb 9.1 kg / 20.1 lb
Except for China: 16 Characters x 2 lines
China: 10 Characters x 2 lines
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Model
MFC-7360
MFC-7460DN
MFC-7360N MFC-7470D
MFC-7362N MFC-7860DN
MFC-7860DW
Print method
Electrophotographic / Laser
Resolution
600 dpi x 600 dpi, 2400 dpi (2400 X 600) quality
Print speed
Up to 24/24 ppm (A4/Letter Up to 26/27 ppm (A4/Letter
size)
size)
* When loading A4 or Letter-size paper from the paper
tray.
Warm-up time
From Sleep Mode: Less than 7seconds
* With standard 64MB RAM, 23°C (73.4F)
From Power OFF →
From Power OFF →
ON: Less than 27 seconds ON: Less than 28 seconds
* With standard 64MB RAM, 23°C (73.4F)
First print time
From Ready mode Less than 8.5 seconds
From Sleep mode
Less than 16.5 seconds
CPU
ARM9 200MHz
Memory
16 MB
32 MB
Interface
Hi-Speed
USB 2.0
Hi-Speed USB 2.0,
Ethernet 10/100 BASE-TX
* MFC-7470D:
Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Power
Consumption
* Measured with
only USB
connected
Noise Level
Environment
Peak
1080 W
Copying
Average: Approx. 445 W
Ready
Average: Approx. 55 W
Sleep, Wireless
LAN: ON
N/A
Deep Sleep
Average: Approx. 1.5 W
Sound pressure
Printing: 53 dB (A)
Ready: 30 dB (A)
Sound power
Printing: 6.74 B (A)
Ready: 4.30 B (A)
Temperature
Operating: 10 to 32.5 °C
Storage: 0 to 40 °C
Humidity
Operating: 20 to 80 %
Storage: 10 to 90 %
Hi-Speed
USB 2.0,
Ethernet 10/
100 BASETX,
IEEE802.11b/
g
(Infrastructure
Mode / Adhoc
Mode)
Average:
Approx. 3.9 W
Average:
Average:
Approx. 1.5 W Approx. 1.7 W
* MFC7860DN:
Approx. 1.7 W
Printing: 6.81 B (A)
Ready: 4.30 B (A)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Model
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weights
MFC-7460DN
MFC-7360N MFC-7470D
MFC-7362N MFC-7860DN
MFC-7360
MFC-7860DW
Carton Size
For models without Handset:
527 x 510 x 493 mm (20.8 x 20.1 x 19.4 inch)
For models with Handset:
573 x 510 x 493 mm (22.6 x 20.1 x 19.4 inch)
Machine Size
For models without Handset:
405 x 398.5 x 316 mm (15.95 x 15.7 x 12.45 inch)
For models with Handset:
477 x 398.5 x 316 mm (18.8 x 15.7 x 12.45 inch)
With Carton
14.5 kg / 32.0 lb 14.6 kg / 32.2 lb For models without Handset:
14.8 kg / 32.6 lb
For models with Handset:
15.4 kg / 34.0 lb
Without Carton,
With toner/drum
11.3 kg / 24.9 lb 11.4 kg / 25.1 lb For models without Handset:
11.6 kg / 25.6 lb
For models with Handset:
11.9 kg / 26.2 lb
Without Carton
and toner/drum
10.1 kg / 22.3 lb 10.2 kg / 22.5 lb For models without Handset:
10.4 kg / 22.9 lb
For models with Handset:
10.6 kg / 23.4 lb
LCD Size
Except for China: 16 Characters x 2 lines
China: 10 Characters x 2 lines
<Computer requirements>
Computer Platform &
Operating System
Version
Windows®
Operating
System *1
Processor
Minimum
Speed
Minimum Recom
mended
RAM
RAM
Windows® Intel® Pentium®
2000
II or equivalent
Profession
al *5
64 MB
Windows®
XP Home
128 MB
256 MB
Hard Disk Space
to install
Supported Supported
PC
PC
For
Software Interface
For
Applica Functions
*3
Drivers
tions
150 MB 500 MB Printing,
PC-Fax *4,
Scanning
USB,
10/100
Base Tx
(Ethernet)
, Wireless
802.11 b/g
*2 *6
Windows®
XP
Profession
al *2 *6
Windows® 64-bit (Intel® 64
XP
or AMD 64)
Profession supported CPU
al x64
Edition *2
256 MB
512 MB
Intel® Pentium®
4 or equivalent
64-bit (Intel® 64
or AMD 64)
supported CPU
512 MB
1 GB
*6
Windows
Vista® *6
500 MB 1.2 GB
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Computer Platform &
Operating System
Version
Windows®
Operating
System *1
Windows®
7 *6
Processor
Minimum
Speed
Minimum Recom
mended
RAM
RAM
Hard Disk Space
to install
Supported Supported
PC
PC
For
Software Interface
For
Applica Functions
*3
Drivers
tions
Intel® Pentium®
4 or equivalent
64-bit (Intel® 64
or AMD 64)
supported CPU
USB,
1 GB 650 MB 1.2 GB Printing,
1 GB
*4
,
10/100
PC-Fax
(32-bit) (32-bit)
Scanning
Base Tx
2 GB
2 GB
(Ethernet)
(64-bit) (64-bit)
Windows
Server®
2003
(print only
via
network)
Intel® Pentium®
III or equivalent
256 MB
Windows
Server®
2003 x64
Edition
(print only
via
network)
64-bit (Intel® 64
or AMD 64)
supported CPU
Windows
Server®
2008
(print only
via
network)
Intel® Pentium®
4 or equivalent
64-bit (Intel® 64
or AMD 64)
supported CPU
Windows
Server®
2008 R2
64-bit (Intel®
64 or AMD 64)
supported
CPU
(print only
via
network)
Macintosh Mac OS X Power PC®
Operating 10.4.11
G4/G5
System
10.5.x
Intel® Core™
Processor
Mac OS X Intel® Core™
10.6.x
Processor
, Wireless
802.11 b/g
512 MB 50 MB N/A
512 MB
2 GB
512 MB
1 GB
1 GB
2 GB
Printing
10/100
Base Tx
(Ethernet
),
Wireless
802.11 b/
g
80 MB 400 MB Printing,
USB,
PC-Fax
10/100
Send *4, Base Tx
Scanning (Ethernet
),
Wireless
802.11 b/
g
*1 Internet Explorer® 6.0 or greater.
*2 For WIA, 1200 x 1200 resolution. Brother Scanner Utility enables to enhance up
to 19200 x 19200 dpi.
*3 Third-party USB ports are not supported.
*4 PC-Fax supports black and white only.
*5 PaperPort™ 11SE supports Microsoft® SP4 or higher for Windows® 2000.
*6 PaperPort™ 12SE supports Microsoft® SP3 or higher for Windows® XP and SP2
or higher for Windows Vista® and Windows® 7.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.2
Network Connectivity
Model
Wired
network
DCP-7065DN
MFC-7360N
MFC-7362N
MFC-7460DN
MFC-7860DN
DCP-7055/7057
DCP-7057E/7060D
MFC-7360/7470D
DCP-7070DW
HL-2280DW
MFC-7860DW
Network node N/A
type
NC-8200h
Network type N/A
Ethernet 10/100 BASE-TX
Network
security
APOP, POP before SMTP, SMTP-AUTH
N/A
Wireless Network node N/A
network type
NC-7800w
Network type N/A
IEEE802.11b/g
(Infrastructure Mode/
Adhoc mode)
Communication N/A
mode
Infrastructure, Ad-hoc
Network
security
WEP 64/128 bit,
WPA-PSK (TKIP/
AES), WPA2-PSK
(AES), APOP, POP
before SMTP, SMTPAUTH
N/A
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.3
Service Information
Part
Approximate Life (pages)
Machine life
Approximately 50,000 pages (A4/Letter) or 5 years
Part life (ADF)
50,000 pages or 5 years
Part life (Scanner)
50,000 pages or 5 years
Maximum monthly volume
DCP7055/7057/7057E: Up to 8,000 pages
Other models: Up to 10,000 pages
Periodical
Maintenance
Parts
50,000 pages
Fuser unit
Laser unit
PF kit
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.4
Consumables
Consumables
Toner
cartridge
Approximate Life
Starter
Toner
Except for China/ Asia: Approximately 700 pages/cartridge
For China/ Asia: N/A
Standard
Toner
<DCP-7055/7057/7057E>
Except for China : Approximately 1,000 pages/cartridge
For China : Approximately 700 pages/cartridge
<Other models>
Approximately 1,200 pages/cartridge
High
Capacity
<DCP-7055/7057/7057E>
N/A
<Other models>
Approximately 2,600 pages/cartridge
* When printing A4/Letter-size one sided pages in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752.
Shelf life: 2 years without opening (6 months after opening)
Drum unit
Life expectancy: Approximately 12,000 pages/drum unit
The life expectancy varies according to the use condition. (Refer to
Display of the machine’s log (Function code 80 in Chapter 5.))
* When printing A4/Letter-size one sided pages in accordance with
ISO/IEC 19798.
Shelf life: 2 years without opening (6 months after opening)
The shelf life of toner cartridge and drum unit is guaranteed under the normal condition as
below;
(Temperature) Normal condition: 0 to 40 °C
* Storage condition at the temperature of 40 to 50 °C: Up to 5 days
* Storage condition at the temperature of -20 to 0 °C: Up to 5 days
(Humidity) Normal condition: 35 to 85 %
* Storage condition at the humidity of 85 to 95 %: Up to 5 days
* Storage condition at the humidity of 10 to 35%: Up to 5 days
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.5
Paper
1.5.1 Paper handling
Model
Paper Input
Paper Output
All models
Manual feed slot 1 sheet
Paper tray
250 sheets
ADF
(Only for ADF
models)
35 sheets
Face-down
100 sheets
Face-up
1 sheet (straight paper path)
Duplex
(Only for Duplex models)
Yes
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1.5.2 Media specifications
Model
Media type
Paper tray
All models
Plain paper, Thin paper, Recycled Paper
Manual feed slot Plain paper, Thin paper, Thick paper, Recycled paper,
Bond paper, Labels, Envelope (Thin & Thick)
Media weight
Duplex
(Only for duplex
printing models)
Plain paper, Thin paper, Recycled paper, Glossy paper
ADF
(Only for ADF
models)
Plain paper, Recycled paper
Paper tray
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28lb)
Manual feed slot 60 to 163 g/m2 (16 to 43lb)
Media size
Duplex
(Only for duplex
printing models)
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28lb)
ADF
(Only for ADF
models)
64 to 90 g/m2 (17 to 24lb)
Paper tray
A4, Letter, B5 (ISO), A5, A5 (Long Edge), B6 (ISO), A6,
Executive, Legal, Folio
Manual feed slot Width: 76.2 to 216 mm (3.0 to 8.5 inch)
Length: 116 to 406.4 mm (4.6 to 16 inch)
Duplex
(Only for duplex
printing models)
For U.S.A.: Letter, Legal, Folio
Except for U.S.A.: A4
ADF
(Only for ADF
models)
Width: 147.3 to 215.9 mm (5.8 to 8.5 inch)
Length: 147.3 to 355.6 mm (5.8 to 14 inch)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.6
Unprintable Area
Portrait
Landscape
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
Windows® printer driver and Macintosh printer driver
BRScript printer driver for Windows® and Macintosh
1
4.23 mm (0.16 inch)
2
4.23 mm (0.16 inch)
Note :
• The area that cannot be printed on may vary depending on the paper size and the
printer driver you are using. The unprintable area shown above is for Letter size paper.
1.7
Telephone
Model
All models
Handset
Yes (Only for China & Asia in MFC-7470D/7860DN, for China in
MFC-7360)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1.8
FAX (Only for the models with FAX function)
Model
MFC-7360
MFC-7360N
MFC-7470DN
MFC-7362N MFC-7460DN MFC-7860DN MFC-7860DW
Modem Speed
14,400 bps
33,600 bps
Transmission speed
Approximately 7.0 seconds
Approximately 2.5 seconds
ITU-T group
G3
Super G3
Color FAX
Sending
N/A
Receiving
Internet FAX
N/A
(ITU T.37 simple mode)
Yes (Download only)
* MFC-7470D for China & Asia: N/A
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.9
Copy
Model
DCP-7060D/7065DN/7070DW
HL-2280DW
DCP-7055/7057/7057E MFC-7360/7360N/7362N/7460DN/
7470D/7860DN
MFC-7860DW
Copy Speed Monochrome 20/21 cpm: DCP-7055/7057/7057E
(ADF)
(A4/Letter)
24/24 cpm: DCP-7060D/MFC-7360/7360N/7362N
26/27 cpm: DCP-7065DN/7070DW/HL-2280DW/
MFC-7460DN/7470D/7860DN/7860DW
First copy
out time
From Ready Less than 12 seconds
mode and
standard
Tray
Less than 11 seconds
Less than 29 seconds
Less than 28 seconds
From Sleep
mode and
standard
Tray
Resolution (Optical)
Up to 600 x 600 dpi
Auto duplex scanning
copy
N/A
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1.10 Scanner
Model
Resolution
(Optical)
All models
FB
Maximum scanning 600 (main scanning) x 2,400 dpi (sub scanning)
ADF
Maximum scanning 600 (main scanning) x 600 dpi (sub scanning)
Resolution (Interpolated)
Maximum scanning 19,200 (main scanning) x 19,200 dpi (sub scanning)
Scanning
speed
A4: 7.89 seconds / Letter: 7.42 seconds
Monochrome A4: 2.63 seconds / Letter: 2.47 seconds
Color
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.11 Unscannable Area
The scannable area depends on the settings in the application you are using. The figures
below show unscannable areas.
2
2
1
1
Usage
Fax
Copy
Document Size
Top (1)
Bottom (1)
Left (2)
Right (2)
Letter
3 mm (0.12 inch)
3.95 mm (0.15 inch)
A4
3 mm (0.12 inch)
3 mm (0.12 inch)
Letter
3 mm (0.12 inch)
3.96 mm (0.15 inch)
A4
3 mm (0.12 inch)
3 mm (0.12 inch)
Note :
• (For copies) This unscannable area shown above is for a single copy or a 1 in 1 copy
using A4/Letter size paper. The area that cannot be scanned on may vary depending on
the paper size.
1.12 USB Direct Interface
Model
All models
PictBridge
N/A
Direct print
N/A
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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CHAPTER 2
ERROR INDICATION AND
TROUBLESHOOTING
CHAPTER 2 ERROR INDICATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter details error messages and codes which the incorporated self-diagnostic
function of the machine will display if any error or malfunction occurs. If any error message
appears, refer to this chapter to find which parts should be checked or replaced.
The latter half of this chapter provides sample problems which could occur in the main
sections of the machine and related troubleshooting procedures.
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................... 2-1
1.1 Precautions............................................................................................................ 2-1
1.2 Initial Check ........................................................................................................... 2-2
2. OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................... 2-4
2.1 Cross-section Drawing .......................................................................................... 2-4
2.2 Paper Feeding ....................................................................................................... 2-6
2.3 Operation of each part........................................................................................... 2-8
2.4 Block Diagram ....................................................................................................... 2-9
2.5 Components ........................................................................................................ 2-10
2.6 Life of Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit................................................................. 2-11
3. ERROR CODES .......................................................................................................... 2-15
3.1 Error Codes ......................................................................................................... 2-15
3.2 Error Messages ................................................................................................... 2-20
3.3 Communications Error Code ............................................................................... 2-22
3.4 Error Cause and Remedy.................................................................................... 2-25
3.5 Paper Feeding Problems..................................................................................... 2-71
3.5.1 Pickup function of Paper tray does not work. ........................................... 2-71
3.5.2 No feeding ................................................................................................ 2-71
3.5.3 No paper fed manual feed slot (Error code 9A)........................................ 2-72
3.5.4 Double feeding ......................................................................................... 2-72
3.5.5 Paper jam ................................................................................................. 2-73
3.5.6 Dirt on paper............................................................................................. 2-75
3.5.7 Paper feeding at an angle ........................................................................ 2-75
3.5.8 Wrinkles or creases.................................................................................. 2-76
3.5.9 Curl in the paper....................................................................................... 2-77
3.5.10 Prints only single side of the paper when duplex-printing ........................ 2-78
3.5.11 Cannot make print through duplex-printing .............................................. 2-78
3.5.12 Paper size error........................................................................................ 2-78
3.5.13 Paper size error through duplex-printing .................................................. 2-78
3.6 Image Defect Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 2-79
3.6.1 Image defect examples ............................................................................ 2-79
3.6.2 Troubleshooting image defect .................................................................. 2-80
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3.7 Software Setting Problems .................................................................................. 2-91
3.7.1 Cannot print data...................................................................................... 2-91
3.8 Network Problems ............................................................................................... 2-92
3.8.1 Cannot make a print through network connection
(Wireless LAN model only) (Error code DE, EE)...................................... 2-92
3.9 Document Feeding Problems .............................................................................. 2-93
3.9.1 No feeding ................................................................................................ 2-93
3.9.2 Double feeding ......................................................................................... 2-93
3.9.3 Paper jam ................................................................................................. 2-94
3.9.4 Wrinkles.................................................................................................... 2-95
3.10 Scanning Image Defect Troubleshooting............................................................. 2-96
3.10.1 Image defect examples ............................................................................ 2-96
3.10.2 Troubleshooting image defect .................................................................. 2-96
3.11 Troubleshooting of the Control Panel .................................................................. 2-99
3.11.1 Nothing is displayed on the LCD .............................................................. 2-99
3.11.2 The control panel does not work .............................................................. 2-99
3.11.3 Lamp malfunction ..................................................................................... 2-99
3.12 Troubleshooting of FAX/Telephone Functions ................................................... 2-100
3.12.1 FAX can't send it .................................................................................... 2-100
3.12.2 FAX cannot be transmitted and received. .............................................. 2-100
3.12.3 No bell ring ............................................................................................. 2-100
3.12.4 A communication error occurs................................................................ 2-101
3.12.5 Reception mode cannot be changed...................................................... 2-101
3.12.6 Caller ID are not displayed ..................................................................... 2-101
3.12.7 Cannot talk on the handset .................................................................... 2-101
3.13 PCB Problems ................................................................................................... 2-102
3.13.1 Main PCB failure .................................................................................... 2-102
3.13.2 Out of Memory........................................................................................ 2-102
3.13.3 High voltage power supply PCB ASSY failure ....................................... 2-102
3.13.4 Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY failure ........................................ 2-103
3.13.5 NCU ASSY failure .................................................................................. 2-103
3.14 Other Problems ................................................................................................. 2-104
3.14.1 The machine is not turned ON, or the LCD indication does not appear. 2-104
3.14.2 The fan motor 60 ASSY does not rotate. ............................................... 2-104
3.14.3 The room temperature is high or low...................................................... 2-104
3.14.4 Problem associated with Secure Function Lock..................................... 2-104
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1. INTRODUCTION
Troubleshooting is the countermeasure procedures that the service personnel should follow
if an error or malfunction occurs with the machine. It is impossible to anticipate all of the
possible troubles which may occur in future and determine the troubleshooting procedures,
so this chapter covers some sample troubles. However, those samples will help the service
personnel pinpoint and repair other defective elements.
1.1
Precautions
Be sure to observe and follow all the precautions to prevent any secondary problems from
happening during troubleshooting.
(1) Always turn off the power and unplug the power cable before removing any covers or
PCBs, adjusting the machine and so on. If you need to take voltage measurements with
the power switched on, take the greatest of care not to receive an electric shock.
(2) When connecting or disconnecting cable connectors, make sure that you hold the
connector body and not the cables.
(3) Static electricity charged in your body may damage electronic parts.
Before handling the PCBs, touch a metal portion of the machine to discharge static
electricity charged in your body. When transporting PCBs, be sure to wrap them in
conductive sheets.
When replacing the PCBs, put on a grounding wrist band and perform the job on a static
mat. Also take care not to touch the conductor sections on the flat cables.
(4) Follow the warning by all means.
The fuser unit becomes extremely hot during operation. Wait until it has cooled down
sufficiently before replacing consumable items. DO NOT remove or damage the
caution label located on or around the fuser.
WARNING
DO NOT use flammable substances such as alcohol, benzine, thinner or any type of
spray to clean the inside or outside of the machine. Doing this may cause a fire or
electrical shock.
(5) Verify again that the repaired portion works properly.
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1.2
Initial Check
Check the following items before attempting to repair the machine.
■ Operating environment
(1) Put your machine on a flat, stable surface such as a desk that is free of vibration and
shocks.
(2) Use the machine in a well-ventilated room; use the machine within the following ranges
of temperature and humidity: temperature between 10 °C and 32.5 °C (50 °F to 90.5 °F),
and the relative humidity is maintained between 20 % and 80 %.
(3) Ensure the machine is not exposed to direct sunlight, excessive heat, moisture, or dust.
(4) When you move the machine, grasp the side handholds that are under the scanner.
DO NOT carry the machine by holding it at the bottom.
Fig. 2-1
■ Power Supply
(1) The AC input power supply described on the rating plate of the machine should be within
±10 % of the rated voltage.
(2) The AC input power supply is within the regulated value.
(3) The cables and harnesses are connected correctly.
(4) The fuses are not blown.
■ Paper
(1) A recommended type of paper is being used. (Refer to User's guide.)
(2) The paper is not damp.
(3) The paper is not short-grained paper or acid paper.
■ Consumable Parts
(1) The drum unit (including the toner cartridge) is installed correctly.
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■ Others
(1) Condensation
When the machine is moved from a cold place into a warm room, condensation may
occur inside the machine, causing various problems as listed below.
• Condensation on the surface of optical devices such as the laser scanner windows,
lens, reflecting mirror, and protection glass, etc, may cause light print image.
• If the exposure drum is cold, the electrical resistance of the photosensitive layer is
increased, making it impossible to obtain the correct contrast when printing.
• Condensation on the charge unit may cause corona charge leakage.
• Condensation on the plate and separation pad may cause paper feed problems.
If condensation has occurred, leave the machine for at least two hours to allow it to
reach room temperature.
If the drum unit is unpacked soon after it is moved from a cold place to a warm room,
condensation may occur inside the unit which may cause incorrect images. Instruct the
user to allow the unit to come to room temperature before unpacking it. This will take one
or two hours.
(2) Low temperature
The motor may not drive normally under the low temperature environment. This is due to
there being too much load to drive each unit. In this case, increase the room
temperature.
■ Cleaning
Use a soft dry lint-free cloth.
WARNING
DO NOT use flammable substances, any type of spray or any organic solvent/liquids
contains alcohol or ammonia to clean the inside or outside of the machine. Doing this may
cause a fire or electrical shock.
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2. OVERVIEW
2.1
Cross-section Drawing
■ Printer part
<Back side>
Eject roller 2
Eject Pinch Roller
Exposure drum
Develop roller
Supply roller
Laser unit
<Front side>
Registration
rear actuator
Back cover
Manual paper
tray cover
Eject roller 1
Registration
front actuator
Regist roller
Eject actuator
Paper edge
actuator
Heat roller
Paper tray
Pressure roller
Halogen heater
DX feed roller
Duplex Tray
Transfer roller DX feed roller
Pick-up
roller
Plate
Separation
roller
Separation
pad
Fig. 2-2
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■ ADF part
<Left Side>
<Right Side>
Document detection actuator
Document separation roller
Separation rubber
ADF cover
Document pull-in roller
ADF cover open actuator
Document feed roller
Document scanning
position detection actuator
Document ejection roller
Document hold ASSY
CIS unit
Document detection sensor (rear side)
ADF cover open sensor (front side)
Document scanning position detection sensor
Fig. 2-3
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2.2
Paper Feeding
■ Printer part
<Back side>
<Front side>
Rear paper eject path
Manual feed slot path
Paper tray path
Duplex path
Fig. 2-4
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■ ADF part
<Left Side>
<Right Side>
Document feed path
[Face up]
Fig. 2-5
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2.3
Operation of each part
■ Printer part
Part name
Operation
Pick-up roller
Feed the paper from the paper tray.
Separation roller and
Separation pad
Separate into single sheet from the paper tray.
Paper edge actuator
(With paper edge actuator
model only)
Detect the rear edge of paper, and identify the paper size.
Registration front actuator
Detect the front edge of paper, and control the drive of
registration roller.
When feeding from the manual feed slot, detect the passage
of paper.
Detect the paper jam of front part.
Registration roller
When the front edge of the paper hit the stopped registration
roller and the inclination of the paper is corrected.
Registration rear actuator
Detect the passage of paper and adjust the starting position
for writing on a sheet of paper.
When the duplex printing, detect the rear edge of paper and
adjust the timing of eject roller 2 switching.
Transfer roller
By applying a minus charge to the transfer roller, the toner
adhered to the exposure drum is transferred to paper, and
feed the paper to the fuser unit.
Heat roller and Pressure roller
The toner transferred on paper being fused by heat and
pressure, and feed the paper to the eject roller 1.
Paper eject actuator
Detect whether or not paper is ejected from the fuser unit.
Eject roller 1
Feed the paper ejected from the fuser unit to the eject roller 2.
Eject roller 2
Eject the paper to the face-down output tray.
When the duplex printing, after the paper is fed from the eject
roller 2 with the front of sheet printed, the eject roller 2 rotates
conversely and feed the paper to the duplex tray.
DX feed roller
(Duplex printing model only)
Feed the paper passed in the duplex tray to the registration
roller.
■ ADF part
Part name
Operation
Document detection actuator
Detect the passage of the document set in the document tray.
Document pull-in roller
Feed the documents set in the document tray.
Document separation roller,
Separation rubber
Separate the documents fed by the document pull-in roller
one by one.
Document feed roller
Feed the document to the CIS unit.
Document scanning position
detection actuator
Detect the front edge of the document, and adjust the surface
reading position.
Detect the document jams inside the ADF.
Document ejection roller
Eject the document on the document cover after the surface
has been read.
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2.4
Block Diagram
Document Scanner Unit
CIS unit
Wireless LAN
PCB
Document
scanner drive
(Wireless LAN model only)
ADF Unit
ADF drive
motor
New toner sensor
PCB ASSY
Document detection sensor
ADF cover open sensor
Document detection
Panel PCB
Document scanning
position detection
sensor
FAX LED
T1 clutch ASSY
Main PCB
Laser Unit
LD control PCB
ASSY
Registration rear
Low voltage power
supply PCB
Back Light
Key (Matrix)
LCD
NCU PCB
Front cover
sensor
(FAX model only)
Speaker
Fuser Unit
Back cover / DX
COPY LED
Polygon motor
High voltage power
supply PCB
Side thermistor
SCAN LED
BD sensor
Heater Switch
Center thermistor
REG clutch ASSY
Main motor
Registration front
Fuser FAN
Ppaer Edge
(only for paper edge
actuator model)
ADF cover open sensor
Registration
front/rear sensor
Paper edge
sensor PCB ASSY
Paper eject
sensor PCB
Paper eject
Fig. 2-6
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2.5
Components
Document cover ASSY
Panel unit
NCU ASSY
ADF unit
Speaker hold spring
Joint cover
Document scanner unit
Speaker unit
Pinch rollers ASSY
Back cover
Outer chute
ASSY
Inner chute ASSY
Fuser unit
Fuser cover
Side cover R
Laser unit
Low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY
Fan motor 60 ASSY
New toner sensor
PCB ASSY
High voltage power
supply PCB ASSY
Duplex tray
Main PCB ASSY
Handset curled
cord ASSY
Front cover ASSY
Wireless LAN
PCB ASSY
Handset ASSY
Paper tray
Side cover L
Fig. 2-7
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2.6
Life of Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit
<Life of Toner Cartridge>
This product detects the remaining toner only by the dot count and the number of rotations of
the develop roller. The function to detect by the light sensor is not installed. As this machine
is not equipped with a toner sensor as conventional models are, it manages the level of
remaining toner by dot count during printing and the number of rotations of the develop roller.
Therefore printing may stop with the error message “Replace Toner” even though some toner
remains. Even if “Replace Toner” is displayed on the machine, printing can be continued if
the user chooses to change the mode to Continue Mode. In Continue Mode, however, the
printing result when the toner runs out is not assured, meaning that the user shall be
responsible for it. In addition to this, even when the mode is set to Continue Mode, printing
stops when the number of rotations of the develop roller reaches the upper limit, and remains
stopped until the toner cartridge is replaced to prevent any problems, such as toner leakage.
The life of the toner cartridge varies according to the average number of print pages per job.
(See the table below.) The number of printable pages is larger when making continuous
prints in one job because deterioration of the develop roller is low.
Relationship between average print page per 1 job and life of toner cartridges
26/27ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
630
950
1200
2100
Cartridge life (Standard)
1080
1600
2000
3600
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
2340
3500
4300
7800
Continuance
Page
24ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
630
930
1100
2000
Cartridge life (Standard)
1080
1600
2000
3400
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
2340
3500
4200
7400
Continuance
Page
20/21ppm model
1
2
3
Cartridge life (Starter)
Average print page (page/job)
630
930
1100
···
2000
Cartridge life (Standard)
900
1300
1600
2900
Cartridge life (Standard) (HL-2220)
1080
1600
2000
3500
Cartridge life (High-capacity) (HL-2220)
2340
3500
4200
7600
Continuance
Page
The develop roller also rotates for the warm-up operation when the power is turned ON and
when the cover is opened or closed. Therefore, when these operations are frequently
performed, the life of toner cartridges is shortened. (The table below shows the worst case in
which the warm-up operation is performed when the power is turned ON.)
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Life of the toner cartridges in the case that the power is turned OFF/ON for every print job
26/27ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
···
Continuance
1
2
3
Cartridge life (Starter)
380
640
850
2100
Cartridge life (Standard)
650
1100
1500
3600
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
1400
2400
3100
7800
Page
24ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
380
630
820
2000
Cartridge life (Standard)
640
1100
1400
3400
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
1400
2400
3000
7400
Continuance
Page
20/21ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
Cartridge life (Starter)
1
2
3
310
540
710
···
Continuance
2000
Cartridge life (Standard)
440
770
1000
2900
Cartridge life (Standard) (HL-2220)
530
920
1200
3500
Cartridge life (High-capacity) (HL-2220)
1150
2000
2600
7600
Page
The life in Continue Mode is shown below. However, print may became light within the use
upper limit value on the way.
Relationship between average print page per 1 job in Continue Mode and life of toner
cartridges
26/27ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
4500
6800
8300
15000
Cartridge life (Standard)
4500
6800
8300
15000
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
4500
6800
8300
15000
Continuance
Page
24ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
4500
6700
8100
14000
Cartridge life (Standard)
4500
6700
8100
14000
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
4500
6700
8100
14000
Continuance
Page
20/21ppm model
1
2
3
Cartridge life (Starter)
Average print page (page/job)
4500
6700
8100
···
15000
Cartridge life (Standard)
4500
6700
8100
15000
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
4500
6700
8100
15000
Continuance
Page
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Life of the toner cartridges in the case that the power is turned OFF/ON for every print job in
Continue Mode
26/27ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
2700
4600
6000
Cartridge life (Standard)
2700
4600
6000
15000
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
2700
4600
6000
15000
Continuance
15000
Page
24ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
2690
4500
5900
14000
Cartridge life (Standard)
2690
4500
5900
14000
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
2690
4500
5900
14000
Continuance
Page
20/21ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
1
2
3
···
Cartridge life (Starter)
2920
4900
6300
15000
Cartridge life (Standard)
2920
4900
6300
15000
Cartridge life (High-capacity)
2920
4900
6300
15000
Continuance
Page
The numeral values provided in this page are as of June 2010. These values are subject to
change without prior notice.
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<Life of Drum Unit>
The life of the drum unit is judged the value of either large one of “Drum Counter” of “Number
of rotations of exposure drum”.
The drum counter is based on the number of pages actually printed for every drum unit.
Whenever it replace for a new drum unit, it is necessary to reset this number of sheets. (See
the below)
However, if the situation of performing OFF/ON of power switch frequently and there is little
printing number of sheets per 1, not “Drum Counter” by the printing number of sheets, the
number of rotations of exposure drum exceeds it so that only the number of rotations of the
exposure drum increases, and the life of drum unit may be reached. (See the below)
Relationship between average print page per 1 job and life of drum unit
26/27ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
Drum unit
1
2
3
12000
18000
22000
···
Continuance
40000
Page
24ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
Drum unit
1
2
3
12000
18000
22000
···
Continuance
39000
Page
The exposure drum also rotates for the warm-up operation when the power is turned ON and
when the cover is opened or closed. Therefore, when these operations are frequently
performed, the life of drum unit is shortened. (The table below shows the worst case in which
the warm-up operation is performed when the power is turned ON.)
Life of the drum unit in the case that the power is turned OFF/ON for every print job
26/27ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
Drum unit
1
2
3
7000
12000
16000
···
Continuance
40000
Page
24ppm model
Average print page (page/job)
Drum unit
1
2
3
7000
12000
15000
···
Continuance
39000
Page
The numeral values provided in this page are as of June 2010. These values are subject to
change without prior notice.
<How to reset the drum counter>
Reset the drum counter in accordance with "2.2 Parts Life Reset Function" in Chapter 5.
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3. ERROR CODES
This machine includes a self-diagnosis function. If the machine does not work normally it
judges that an error has occurred, and indicates the corresponding error message on the
LCD, which in turn helps the service men to quickly find out the problem.
3.1
Error Codes
The errors with a mesh background in the table below do not occur in the normal operation.
They might occur due to noise around the installation site, change of the power supply
voltage, and failures in the software.
Error
codes
Problem
Refer Error
to:
codes
Problem
Refer
to:
0B
An unidentified error occurred.
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30
An unidentified error occurred.
2-30
0E
An unidentified error occurred.
2-25
31
An unidentified error occurred.
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0F
The back cover is open upon
duplex-printing.
2-25
(The back cover sensor is OFF)
32
10
An unidentified error occurred.
2-26
33
An unidentified error occurred.
2-30
11
An unidentified error occurred.
2-26
34
An unidentified error occurred.
2-30
12
An unidentified error occurred.
2-26
35
An unidentified error occurred.
2-31
2-26
36
Error in the high voltage power
suply PCB while the machine is
in the standby mode.
2-31
16
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
2-30
17
An unidentified error occurred.
2-26
37
An unidentified error occurred.
2-31
18
An unidentified error occurred.
2-26
38
An unidentified error occurred.
2-31
19
Ther drum unit reached the end
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of life
39
1A
An unidentified error occurred.
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3A
An unidentified error occurred.
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1B
An unidentified error occurred.
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3B
Main PCB DRAM access error.
2-32
1C An unidentified error occurred.
2-27
3C An unidentified error occurred.
2-33
1D An unidentified error occurred.
2-33
An unidentified error occurred.
2-31
2-27
3D An unidentified error occurred.
1E
The drum unit will reach the end
2-27
of life soon.
3E
An unidentified error occurred.
1F
An unidentified error occurred.
2-28
3F
An unidentified error occurred.
2-33
20
An unidentified error occurred.
2-28
40
An unidentified error occurred.
2-33
21
An unidentified error occurred.
2-28
41
An unidentified error occurred.
2-33
22
An unidentified error occurred.
2-28
42
An unidentified error occurred.
2-33
23
An unidentified error occurred.
2-28
43
An unidentified error occurred.
2-33
24
Internal temperature sensor error. 2-28
44
The toner cartridge is not installed. 2-34
25
An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
45
An unidentified error occurred.
2-34
26
An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
46
An unidentified error occurred.
2-34
27
An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
47
An unidentified error occurred.
2-34
28
An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
48
An unidentified error occurred.
2-34
29
An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
49
An unidentified error occurred.
2-34
2A
An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
4A
An unidentified error occurred.
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2B
An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
4B
An unidentified error occurred.
2-35
2C An unidentified error occurred.
2-29
4C An unidentified error occurred.
2-35
2D An unidentified error occurred.
2-30
4D An unidentified error occurred.
2-35
2E
An unidentified error occurred.
2-30
4E
An unidentified error occurred.
2-35
2F
An unidentified error occurred.
2-30
4F
An unidentified error occurred.
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Error
codes
Problem
Refer Error
to:
codes
Problem
An unidentified error occurred.
Refer
to:
50
Drum unit is at the end of life.
(Continue printing)
2-35
68
51
An unidentified error occurred.
2-36
69
An unidentified error occurred.
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6A
Fuser unit error. (The center
thermistor does not detect 60°C 2-41
within in the specified time.)
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6B
Fuser unit error. (The center
thermistor does not detect 100°C 2-41
within in the specified time.)
2-36
Fuser unit error. (The center
6C thermistor detects 270°C or
2-42
higher temperature for 1 second.)
2-36
Fuser unit error. (The center
thermistor detects 60°C or lower
6D
2-42
temperature for 1 second during
standby or printing.)
2-36
6E
An unidentified error occurred.
2-37
6F
Fuser unit error. (The center and
side thermistors detect extremely
2-43
high temperature.) (Detection of
hardware)
2-37
70
52
53
54
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
55
56
57
The fuser cover is open.
Paper is jammed in the duplex
paper feed path.
58
Fuser unit error. (Some kind of
fixing error occurs) (Warning)
59
Fuser unit error. (After the error
code58 occurred, a failure in the
2-38
fuser unit is detected again upon
start-up.)
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
2-41
2-41
2-42
2-43
Laser unit error.
71
2-44
2-39
72
Beam detecting sensor error of
the laser unit.
2-44
An unidentified error occurred.
2-39
73
An unidentified error occurred.
2-44
5C An unidentified error occurred.
2-39
74
An unidentified error occurred.
2-44
2-39
75
Cooling down the inside of the
machine to protect it.
2-45
2-39
76
Fuser unit error. (The center
thermistor detects the sharp
temperature rise.)
2-45
2-39
78
Fuser unit error. (The center
thermistor detects the sharp
temperature fall.)
2-45
2-39
7A
A lock signal of the main motor
cannot be detected.
2-45
5A
5B
5D
5E
5F
60
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
61
An unidentified error occurred.
2-39
7B
An unidentified error occurred.
2-46
62
An unidentified error occurred.
2-39
7C An unidentified error occurred.
2-46
63
The toner cartridge is at the end
2-40
of life.
7D
64
An unidentified error occurred.
2-40
7E
An unidentified error occurred.
2-47
2-40
7F
FAX paper size is incorrect.
(Menu setting)
2-47
2-40
80
FAX paper size is incorrect.
(The actually loaded paper is
small)
2-47
2-41
81
65
66
67
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
The toner cartridge will reach
the end of life.
2-16
Dirt on drum unit.
An unidentified error occurred.
2-46
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Error
codes
Problem
Refer Error
to:
codes
Problem
Refer
to:
82
An unidentified error occurred.
2-47
9B
Life of toner cartridge
2-54
83
Drum unit error (An drum error
occurred after the drum unit
reached the end of life.)
2-48
Life of toner cartridge
9C (Continue mode)
2-54
84
Paper jam at the rear section of
the machine.
2-48
9D
85
An unidentified error occurred.
2-49
9E
An unidentified error occurred.
2-55
86
An unidentified error occurred.
2-49
9F
An unidentified error occurred.
2-55
An unidentified error occurred.
2-55
87
An unidentified error occurred.
2-49
A0
An unidentified error occurred.
2-55
88
Paper jam inside the machine.
2-49
A1
The front cover is open.
2-55
89
Paper of the size not supported
for duplex printing is set in the
tray.
2-50
A2
During scanning, 90cm or longer
of a document is detected.
2-56
Paper jam in the paper tray1.
8A
8B
8C
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
2-50
A3
Document scanning position
detection sensor does not detect
the leading edge of a document
2-56
although the document is fed
farther than designated
distance.
2-51
A4
ADF cover is open.
2-57
2-51
A5
Scanning failure upon FAX
transmission. (Scanning unit
failure for the first time)
2-57
A6
Scanning failure upon FAX
transmission. (Scanning unit
failure for the second time or
later)
2-57
2-52
A7
Scanning color parameter fille
failure.
2-57
2-52
A8
Scanning color parameter error
for recording the image.
2-58
Paper jam occurred around the
back cover at the time when the
8D
2-51
power was turned ON, or the
back cover is open.
8E
8F
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
90
An unidentified error occurred.
2-52
A9
An unidentified error occurred.
2-58
91
An unidentified error occurred.
2-52
AA An unidentified error occurred.
2-58
92
An unidentified error occurred.
2-52
AB An unidentified error occurred.
2-58
93
An unidentified error occurred.
2-52
AC An unidentified error occurred.
2-58
2-52
Timeout error during waiting for
AD completion of scanning DMA
2-58
transfer.
2-52
AE An unidentified error occurred.
2-59
2-52
AF
The white tape cannot be
detected.
2-59
2-53
B0
Scanning flat cable connection
failure.
2-59
2-53
B1
Dark level offset data level error
2-60
for scanning.
2-53
B2
Gain control data level error for
scanning.
2-60
Not detect paper at feeding from
manual feed slot.
2-53
B3
The scanning area setting left
edge detection error. (white
tape)
2-60
94
95
96
97
98
99
9A
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
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Error
codes
Problem
B4
The scanning area setting right
edge detection error. (white tape)
2-60
D2
B5
An unidentified error occurred.
2-60
D3 An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
B6
An unidentified error occurred.
2-60
D4 An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
B7
A/D converter standard voltage
failure; at High side.
2-60
D5
B8
A/D converter standard voltage
failure; at Low side.
2-61
D6
B9
Scanning light adjustment error. 2-61
Refer Error
to:
codes
Problem
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
Refer
to:
2-64
2-64
2-64
D7 An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
BA An unidentified error occurred.
2-61
D8 An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
BB White level data error.
2-61
D9 An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
BC An unidentified error occurred.
2-62
DA An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
BD Black level data error.
2-62
DB An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
BE An unidentified error occurred.
2-62
DC An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
2-62
Fuser unit error except error
DD codes 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, 6F, 76,
78, DE and E2.
2-65
2-62
When the center thermistor is
higher than the idle temperature,
DE it is detected that the side
2-65
thermistor temperature is lower
than 60°C.
2-63
DF An unidentified error occurred.
2-63
E0
Program error. (An error occurred
2-66
in the ROM checksum.)
2-63
E1
Program error.
BF
C0
An unidentified error occurred.
Failure to detect a new toner
cartridge.
C1 An unidentified error occurred.
C2
An unidentified error occurred.
C3 An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
2-66
2-66
C4
2-63
E2
When the center thermistor is
lower than the idle temperature,
it is detected that the side
2-67
thermistor temperature is higher
than 280°C.
C5 An unidentified error occurred.
2-63
E3
An unidentified error occurred.
2-67
C6 An unidentified error occurred.
2-63
E4
An unidentified error occurred.
2-67
2-63
E6
Write error in EEPROM of the
main PCB.
2-67
C8 RAM area for secure data full.
2-63
E7
An unidentified error occurred.
2-68
C7
Insufficient memory.
C9 An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
E8
An unidentified error occurred.
2-68
CA An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
E9
An unidentified error occurred.
2-68
CB An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
EA An unidentified error occurred.
2-68
CC An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
EB An unidentified error occurred.
2-68
CD An unidentified error occurred.
2-64
EC Main fan error.
2-68
2-64
Communication with the wireless
ED LAN PCB cannot be established
upon startup of the power supply.
2-68
2-64
Unavailability of communication
EE after connecting to the wireless 2-69
LAN PCB is detected.
2-64
EF The supplied power is unstable. 2-69
CE
CF
An unidentified error occurred.
An unidentified error occurred.
D1 Modem initialization failed.
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Error
codes
Problem
Refer Error
to:
codes
Problem
Refer
to:
F0
USB flash memory does not
work properly
2-70
F9
The country code is not entered
2-70
properly.
F1
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
FA
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
F2
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
FB An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
F3
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
FC An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
F4
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
FD An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
F5
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
FE An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
F6
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
FF
2-70
F8
An unidentified error occurred.
2-70
2-19
An unidentified error occurred.
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3.2
Error Messages
The error messages displayed on the LCD of the machine and their description are shown in
the table below.
Description
Error
codes
Refer to:
Access Denied
The function you want to use is restricted by
Secure Function Lock.
---
2-104
Cartridge Error
Failure to detect a new toner cartridge.
C0
2-62
Connection Fail
FAX connection error
---
2-100
Cooling Down
Cooling down the inside of the machine to
protect it.
75
2-45
Cover is Open
The front cover is open.
A1
2-55
The fuser cover is open.
56
2-36
The ADF cover is open.
A4
2-57
Disconnected
FAX communication error
---
2-101
DR Mode in Use
The machine is set to Distinctive Ring mode.
---
2-101
Document Jam
The document was not in setted, or fed
properly.
A2, A3
2-56
Drum End Soon
The drum unit will reach the end of life soon.
1E
2-27
Drum Error
Dirt on drum unit.
7D
2-46
Drum Stop
Drum unit error. (An drum error occurred
after the drum unit reached the end of life.)
83
2-48
Duplex Disabled
The back cover is open upon duplex printing.
(The back cover sensor is OFF.)
The duplex tray is removed or is not properly
installed.
0F
2-25
Error Message
Fuser Error
Failure in the center thermistor of the fuser
unit.
58
59
6A
6B
6C
6D
6F
76
78
DD
DE
E2
2-37
2-38
2-41
2-41
2-42
2-42
2-43
2-45
2-45
2-65
2-65
2-67
Init Unable XX
The machine has a mechanical problem.
---
--- *1
Jam Duplex
Paper is jammed in the duplex paper feed
path.
57
2-37
Jam Inside
Paper jam inside the machine.
88
2-49
Jam Rear
Paper jam at the rear section of the machine.
84
2-48
Jam Tray
Paper jam in the paper tray.
8A
2-50
Limit Exceeded
It reached to the printing limit on the number
of sheets set by Secure Function Lock 2.0.
---
2-104
Low temperature
Room temperature is low.
---
2-104
*1 For XX, refer to "3.1 Error Codes" in this chapter.
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Error Message
Description
Error
codes
Refer to:
Manual Feed
Manual Feed was selected as the paper
source when there was no paper in the
manual feed slot.
9A
2-53
No Response/Busy
The number you dialed does not answer or is
busy.
---
2-100
No Paper
No paper in paper tray 1.
94
2-52
No paper in MP tray.
93
2-52
No paper in paper tray 2.
95
2-52
No paper in all trays.
96
2-52
No Toner
The toner cartridge is not installed.
44
2-34
Not Available
The tried function is not permitted to all IDs
by Secure Function Lock 2.0.
---
2-104
Out of Memory
RAM area for secure data full.
C8
2-63
Print Unable XX
The machine has mechanical problem.
---
--- *1
Replace Drum
Drum unit is at the end of life.
19
50
2-26
2-35
Replace Toner
Each toner cartridge reached the end of life.
63
9C
2-40
2-54
Scan Unable XX
Some kind of scanning error.
---
--- *1
Size Error DX
The tray in which unsupported paper size is
loaded is selected for duplex printing.
99
2-53
Unsupported paper size is used for duplex
printing.
89
2-50
Fax paper size is incorrect. (Menu setting)
7F
2-47
Fax paper size is incorrect. (The actually
loaded paper is small.)
80
2-47
Toner Ended
The machine is out of toner.
9B
2-54
Toner Low
The toner cartridge will reach the end of life
soon.
67
2-41
Size mismatch
*1 For XX, refer to "3.1 Error Codes" in this chapter.
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3.3
Communications Error Code
Code 1 Code 2
Cause
Refer to:
10
08
Wrong number called.
2-101
11
01
No dial tone detected before start of dialing.
2-101
11
02
Busy tone detected before dialing.
2-101
11
03
2nd dial tone not detected.
2-101
*1
11
05
No loop current detected.
11
06
Busy tone detected after dialing or called.
2-101
11
07
No response from the remote station in sending.
2-101
11
10
Unobtainable tone detected after dialing.
2-101
17
07
No response from the calling station in receiving.
2-101
20
01
Unable to detect a flag field.
2-101
20
02
Carrier was OFF for 200 ms or longer.
2-101
20
03
Abort detected (“1” in succession for 7 bits or more).
2-101
20
04
Overrun detected.
2-101
20
05
A frame for 3 seconds or more received.
2-101
20
06
CRC error in answerback.
2-101
20
07
Echo command received.
2-101
20
08
Invalid command received.
2-101
20
09
Command ignored once for document setting or for dumpingout at turn-around transmission.
2-101
20
0A
T5 time-out error
2-101
20
0B
CRP received.
2-101
20
0C
EOR and NULL received.
2-101
32
01
Remote terminal only with V.29 capability in 2,400 or 4,800 bps
transmission.
2-101
32
02
Remote terminal not ready for polling.
2-101
32
10
Remote terminal not equipped with password function or its
password switch OFF.
2-101
32
11
Remote terminal not equipped with or not ready for
confidential mailbox function.
2-101
32
12
Remote terminal not equipped with or not ready for relay
broadcasting function.
2-101
32
13
No confidential mail in the remote terminal.
2-101
2-101
*1 Available in German models only.
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Code 1 Code 2
Cause
Refer to:
32
14
The available memory space of the remote terminal is less
than that required for reception of the confidential or relay
broad-casting instruction.
2-101
32
18
Remote terminal not equipped with color function.
2-101
40
02
Illegal coding system requested.
2-101
40
03
Illegal recording width requested.
2-101
40
05
ECM requested although not allowed.
2-101
40
06
Polled while not ready.
2-101
40
07
No document to send when polled.
2-101
40
10
Nation code or manufacturer code not correct.
2-101
40
13
Polled by any other manufacturers' terminal while waiting for
secure polling.
2-101
40
17
Invalid resolution selected.
2-101
40
20
Invalid full color mode selected.
2-101
50
01
Vertical resolution capability changed after compensation of
background color.
2-101
63
01
Password plus “lower 4 digits of telephone number” not
coincident.
2-101
63
02
Password not correct.
2-101
63
03
Polling ID not correct.
2-101
DCN received.
2-101
74
80
01
Fallback impossible.
2-101
90
01
Unable to detect video signals and commands within 6
seconds after CFR is transmitted.
2-101
90
02
Received PPS containing invalid page count or block count.
2-101
A0
03
Error correction sequence not terminated even at the final
transmission speed for fallback.
2-101
A0
11
Receive buffer empty. (5-second time-out)
2-101
A0
12
Receive buffer full during operation except receiving into
memory.
2-101
A0
13
Decoding error continued on 500 lines or more.
2-101
A0
14
Decoding error continued for 10 seconds or more.
2-101
A0
15
Time-out: 13 seconds or more for one-line transmission.
2-101
A0
16
RTC not found or carrier OFF detected for 6 seconds.
2-101
A0
17
RTC found but no command detected for 60 seconds or more.
2-101
A0
19
No video data to be sent.
2-101
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Code 1 Code 2
Cause
Refer to:
01
RTN, PIN, or ERR received at the calling terminal. *1
2-101
A9
01
RTN, PIN, or ERR received at the called terminal.
*1
2-101
AA
18
Receive buffer full during receiving into memory.
2-101
B0
02
Unable to receive the next-page data.
2-101
B0
03
Unable to receive polling even during turn-around
transmission due to call reservation.
2-101
B0
04
PC interface error.
2-101
BF
01
Communication canceled by pressing the Stop/Exit button
before establishment of FAX communication. *2
2-101
BF
02
Communication canceled by pressing the Stop/Exit button
after establishment of FAX communication. *2
2-101
BF
03
Transmission canceled due to a scanning error caused by no
document or document feed problem in ADF scanning in real
time transmission.
2-101
C0
01
No common modulation mode or failed to poll.
2-101
C0
02
Unable to detect JM.
2-101
C0
03
Unable to detect CM.
2-101
C0
04
Unable to detect CJ.
2-101
C0
10
Cannot finish V. 34 negotiation or training.
2-101
C0
11
Modem error detected during V. 34 negotiation or training.
2-101
C0
20
Modem error detected during sending of commands.
2-101
C0
21
Modem error detected during receiving of commands.
2-101
C0
22
Control channel connection time-out.
2-101
C0
30
Modem error detected during sending of video signals.
2-101
C0
31
Modem error detected during receiving of video signals.
2-101
FF
XX
Equipment error
(For X X, refer to "3.1 Error Codes" in this chapter.)
2-101
A8
*1 Available in German models only.
*2 Establishment of FAX communication:
FAX communication is established when the calling station receives a DIS (reception
capability) signal from the called station and the called station receives a NSS or DCS
(communications test) signal from the calling station.
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3.4
Error Cause and Remedy
Check the User Check items first. If an error cannot be resolved, follow the procedures in
numerical order in the Step field.
■ Error code 0B, 0E
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 0F
Duplex Disabled
Close the Back Cover of the machine and put the Duplex Tray back in.
The back cover is open upon duplex printing.
<User Check>
• Check if the back cover is closed completely.
• Install the duplex tray properly.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Check the harness connection of the paper
eject sensor PCB ASSY and reconnect it.
Replace the back cover.
2
The member part to press the
back cover sensor which is located
at the inner side of the back cover
is broken.
3
The member part to press the
back cover sensor which is located
at the duplex tray is broken.
Replace the duplex tray.
Back cover sensor failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
4
5
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■ Error code 10 to 12, 16 to 18
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 19
Replace Drum
Open the Front Cover, replace the Drum Unit. Refer to the User's
Guide for instructions.
The drum unit reached the end of life. (The printing is stopped.)
<User Check>
• Replace a new drum unit. Reset the drum counter.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 1A
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 1B
Drum Stop
We cannot guarantee the print quality. Replace the Drum Unit. Refer
to the User's Guide for instructions.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 1C
Drum Stop
We cannot guarantee the print quality. Replace the Drum Unit. Refer
to the User's Guide for instructions.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 1D
Drum Stop
We cannot guarantee the print quality. Replace the Drum Unit. Refer
to the User's Guide for instructions.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 1E
Drum End Soon
The drum unit will reach the end of life soon.
<User Check>
• Prepare a new drum unit.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 1F
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Too Many Trays
Maximum number of optional trays is one. Remove additional trays.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 20
Print Unable 20
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 21
Print Unable 21
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 22
Print Unable 22
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 23
Print Unable 23
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 24
Print Unable 24
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Internal temperature sensor error.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
internal temperature sensor
Check the harness connection of internal
temperature sensor and reconnect it.
2
Internal temperature sensor failure Replace the internal temperature sensor.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 25
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 25
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 26
Print Unable 26
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 27
Print Unable 27
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 28
Print Unable 28
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 29
Print Unable 29
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 2A
Print Unable 2A
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 2B
Print Unable 2B
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 2C
Print Unable 2C
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
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Error code 2D
Print Unable 2D
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 2E
Print Unable 2E
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 2F
Print Unable 2F
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 30
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 31
Print Unable 31
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 32
Print Unable 32
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 33
Print Unable 33
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 34
Print Unable 34
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
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Error code 35
Print Unable 35
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 36
Print Unable 36
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error in the high voltage power supply PCB while the machine is in the standby mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
2
Harness connection failure of high
voltage power supply PCB
Check the harness connection of the high
voltage power supply PCB and reconnect
it.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
■ Error code 37
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 37
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 38
Print Unable 38
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 39
Print Unable 39
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
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Error code 3A
Print Unable 3A
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 3B
Print Unable 3B
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Main PCB DRAM access error.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 3C
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 3C
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 3D
Print Unable 3D
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 3E
Print Unable 3E
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 3F
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 40
Print Unable 40
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 41
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 42
Print Unable 42
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 43
Print Unable 43
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 44
No Toner
Open the Front Cover, then install the Toner Cartridge.
The toner cartridge is not installed.
<User Check>
• Install the toner cartridge.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Dirt on the electrode of the drum
unit and on the machine
Clean the dirt on the contact points of the
both electrodes.
(Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 2-12)
2
Harness connection failure of high
voltage power supply PCB
Check the harness connection of the high
voltage power supply PCB and reconnect
it.
3
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 45
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
No Toner
Open the Front Cover, then install the Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 46
No Toner
Open the Front Cover, then install the Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 47
No Toner
Open the Front Cover, then install the Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 48
Replace Drum
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 49
Replace Drum
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
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Error code 4A
Replace Drum
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 4B
Replace Drum
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 4C
Drum End Soon
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 4D
Drum End Soon
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 4E
Drum End Soon
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 4F
Drum End Soon
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 50
Replace Drum
Drum unit is at the end of life. (The printing is continued.)
<User Check>
• Prepare a new drum unit.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 51
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Replace PF KitMP
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 52
Replace PF Kit
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 53
Replace PF Kit2
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 54
Replace Fuser
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 55
Replace Laser
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 56
Cover is Open.
Close the Fuser Cover which can be found behind the Back Cover of the
machine.
The fuser cover is open.
<User Check>
• Close the fuser cover properly.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Paper eject actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the paper eject
actuator.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Check the sensor performance following
the procedure described in "Function code
32". If any problem occurs, replace the
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
2
3
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■ Error code 57
Jam Duplex
Pull out the Duplex Tray at the back of the machine and remove the
jammed paper.
Paper is jammed in the duplex paper feed system.
<User Check>
• Install the duplex tray properly.
• Check if the paper is jammed in the duplex tray.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Foreign object around duplex tray
Remove the foreign object around the
duplex tray.
2
Duplex tray failure
Replace the duplex tray.
3
DX gears damaged
Replace the main frame L ASSY.
1
■ Error code 58
Fuser Error
Turn the power off, then on again. Leave the machine for 15 min.
Fuser unit failure (Initial warning)
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Any fuser error occurs when
started in the ready state.
Follow the “Remedy” of the error code that
has reoccurred.
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■ Error code 59
Self-Diagnostic
Will Automatically Restart within 15 minutes.
The center thermistor of fuser unit detects error.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure
between fuser unit connector and
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Check the harness connection between the
fuser unit connector and paper eject sensor
PCB ASSY, and reconnect it.
2
Harness connection failure
between fuser unit connector and
low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY
Check the harness connection between the
fuser unit connector and low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY, and reconnect it.
3
Harness connection failure
between paper eject sensor PCB
and main PCB
Check the harness connection between the
paper eject sensor PCB and main PCB,
and reconnect it.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
5
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
6
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
7
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
4
CAUTION :
• Turn off the power switch once, and after checking that the fuser unit sufficiently cools
down, turn on the power switch again and leave the machine for ten minutes. Then, this
problem may be cleared.
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■ Error code 5A
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 5B
Short Paper
Open the Back Cover and then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 5C
Small Paper
Open the Back Cover or press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 5D, 5E
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 5F
WT Box End Soon
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 60
Replace Toner
Open the Front Cover, replace Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 61
Replace Toner
Open the Front Cover, replace Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 62
Replace Toner
Open the Front Cover, replace Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 63
Replace Toner
Open the Front Cover, replace Toner Cartridge.
The toner cartridge reached the end of life. (Continue mode off)
<User Check>
• Replace a new toner cartridge.
• Press the [MENU] button. Next, press the [1] button and [8] button to clear the stop
mode*, and shift to the continue mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
New toner actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the new toner
actuator.
2
Harness connection failure of new
toner sensor PCB
Check the harness connection of the new
toner sensor PCB and reconnect it.
3
New toner sensor PCB failure
Replace the new toner sensor PCB.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
CAUTION :
• “REPLACE TONER” message in the state of leaved a few toner to improve a print
quality. Compared with this, the continue mode is that the machine continues printing
until the toner life end.
■ Error code 64
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Toner Low
Prepare New Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 65
Toner Low
Prepare New Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 66
Toner Low
Prepare New Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 67
Toner Low
Prepare New Toner Cartridge.
The toner cartridge will reach the end of life soon.
<User Check>
• Prepare a new toner cartridge.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
New toner actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the new toner
actuator.
2
Harness connection failure of new
toner sensor PCB
Check the harness connection of the new
toner sensor PCB and reconnect it.
3
New toner sensor PCB failure
Replace the new toner sensor PCB.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 68
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 68
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 69
Print Unable 69
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 6A
Print Unable 6A
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Fuser unit error. (The center thermistor does not detect 60 °C within the specified time.)
■ Error code 6B
Print Unable 6B
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Fuser unit error. (The center thermistor does not detect 60 °C within the specified time.)
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■ Error code 6C
Print Unable 6C
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Fuser unit error. (The center thermistor does not detect 60 °C within the specified time.)
■ Error code 6D
Print Unable 6D
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Fuser unit error. (The center thermistor does not detect 60 °C within the specified time.)
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Fuser unit connector connection
failure
Check the connector connection of the
fuser unit and reconnect it.
2
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
3
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
4
5
■ Error code 6E
This error does not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 6E
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 6F
Print Unable 6F
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Fuser unit error.
(The center and side thermistors detect extremely high temperature.) (Detection of hardware.)
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Fuser unit connector connection
failure
Check the connector connection of the
fuser unit and reconnect it.
2
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
3
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
4
5
■ Error code 70
This error does not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 70
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 71
Print Unable 71
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Polygon motor error in the laser unit.
Error code 72
Print Unable 72
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Beam detecting sensor error of the laser unit.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Correction value error of laser unit
Input the correction value of the laser unit
correctly.
2
Harness connection failure of laser
unit
Check the harness connection of the laser
unit and reconnect them.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
4
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
1
■ Error code 73
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 73
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 74
Replace Toner
Open the Front Cover, replace Toner Cartridge.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 75
Cooling Down
Wait for a while
Cooling down the inside of the machine to protect it.
<User Check>
• Leave the machine for a while as the power remains ON.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Internal temperature sensor failure Replace the internal temperature sensor.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 76
Print Unable 76
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Fuser unit error. (The center thermistor detects the sharp temperature rise.)
Error code 78
Print Unable 78
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Fuser unit error. (The center thermistor detects the sharp temperature fall.)
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
2
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3
4
■ Error code 7A
Print Unable 7A
Turn the power off and then back on again.
A lock signal of the main motor cannot be detected.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Flat cable connection failure of
main motor
Check the flat cable connection of the main
motor and reconnect them.
2
Main motor failure
Replace the main motor.
3
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 7B
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Print Unable 7B
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 7C
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 7D
Drum Error
Open the Front Cover and slide the blue tab across the Drum Unit
several times.
Dirt on drum unit.
<User Check>
• Clean the corona wire of drum unit.
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Dirt on the electrode of the drum
unit and on the machine
Clean the dirt on the contact points of the
both electrodes.
(Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 2-12)
2
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
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■ Error code 7E
This error does not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 7F
Size mismatch
Fax received. Set correct paper size in menu.
Fax paper size is incorrect. (Menu setting)
<User Check>
• Reset the paper size setting in menu.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 80
Size mismatch
Reload correct paper, then press Start.
Fax paper size is incorrect. (The actually loaded paper is small.)
<User Check>
• Use the A4 or Letter size paper.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 81, 82
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 83
Drum Stop
Replace the Drum Unit. Refer to the instructions in the carton of the
new drum.
Drum unit error. (An drum error occurred after the drum unit reached the end of life.)
<User Check>
• Replace the drum unit with a new one and reset the drum counter.
(Refer to "2.2 Parts Life Reset Function" in Chapter 5.)
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 84
Jam Rear
Open the Back Cover and remove the jammed paper, then press Start.
Paper jam at the rear section of the machine.
<User Check>
• Check if the paper is jammed. If jammed, remove it.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Foreign object in the feed system
at the rear section of the machine.
Remove the foreign object in the feed
system at the rear section of the machine.
2
Paper eject actuator assembling
failure
Re-assemble the paper eject actuator.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3
4
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■ Error code 85
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
No Tray
A Tray is not detected, install #T.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 86
No Tray
A Tray is not detected, install #T.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 87
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 88
Jam Inside
Open the Front Cover, pull out the Drum Unit completely and remove
the jammed paper.
Paper jam inside the machine.
<User Check>
• Check if the paper is jammed. If jammed, remove it.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Check the harness connection of the paper
eject sensor PCB ASSY and reconnect it.
2
Paper eject actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the paper eject
actuator.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
4
Fuser unit gear damaged
Replace the Fuser unit.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3
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■ Error code 89
Size Error DX
Specify the correct paper and press Start.
Check that the paper smaller than the specified size is not loaded.
<User Check>
• Use the A4 or Letter size paper.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 8A
Jam Tray
Remove the jammed paper from Tray, then press Start.
Paper jam at the paper tray and the front cover.
<User Check>
• Check if the paper is jammed at the paper tray and the front cover.
• Adjust the paper guide corresponding to the paper size.
• Check if the thickness of the paper is 60 to 105 g/m2.
• Check if too much paper is loaded in the tray.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Paper edge actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the paper edge
actuator.
2
Registration front actuator
catching on some position
Correct the position of the registration front
actuator.
3
Harness connection failure of
registration front/rear sensor PCB
ASSY
Check the harness connection of the
registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY
and reconnect it.
4
Paper feeding kit worn out
Replace the paper feeding kit.
5
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
Registration front/rear sensor PCB
failure
Check the registration front/rear sensor
performance following the procedure
described in "Function code 32". If any
problem occurs, replace the regist frame
ASSY.
6
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■ Error code 8B
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Jam Tray 2
Remove the jammed paper from Tray 2.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 8C
Jam MP Tray
Remove the jammed paper from Multi Purpose Tray and press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 8D
Cover is Open
Make sure there is no paper jammed inside the machine and close the
Back Cover, then press Start.
Paper jam occurred around the back cover at the time when the power was turned ON, or the
fuser cover is open.
<User Check>
• Close the fuser cover.
• Remove the jammed paper around the back cover.
Step
1
2
3
Cause
Remedy
Paper eject actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the paper eject
actuator.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 8E, 8F
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 90
Size mismatch
Reload correct paper, then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 91
Size mismatch
Reload correct paper, then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 92
Size mismatch
Reload correct paper, then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 93
No Paper
Reload paper in MP Tray.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 94
No Paper
Reload paper, then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 95
No Paper
Reload paper in Tray 2.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 96
No Paper
Reload paper, then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
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Error code 97
Size mismatch
Reload correct paper, then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 98
Size mismatch
Reload correct paper, then press Start.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code 99
Size mismatch DX
Press Job Cancel. Specify the correct paper and load the same size
paper as the Printer driver setting.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 9A
Manual Feed
Load Paper.
The paper cannot detected when the paper is fed from the manual feed slot.
<User Check>
• Load the paper into the manual feed slot.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
registration front/rear sensor PCB
ASSY.
Check the harness connection of the
registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY
and reconnect it.
2
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
Registration front sensor failure
Check the registration front sensor
performance following the procedure
described in "Function code 32". If any
problem occurs, replace the regist frame
ASSY.
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■ Error code 9B
Toner Ended
Open the Front Cover, replace Toner Cartridge.
The toner cartridge reached the end of life.
<User Check>
• Replace the toner cartridge.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code 9C
(For the models without FAX function)
Replace Toner
Open the Front Cover, replace Toner Cartridge.
(For the models with FAX function)
Replace Toner
Received faxes are also stored in memory until the toner cartridge
is replaced or the memory is full.
The toner cartridge reached the end of life. (Continue mode on)
<User Check>
• Replace a new toner cartridge.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
New toner actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the new toner
actuator.
2
Harness connection failure of new
toner sensor PCB
Check the harness connection of the new
toner sensor PCB and reconnect it.
3
New toner sensor PCB failure
Replace the new toner sensor PCB.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code 9D to 9F, A0
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code A1
Cover is Open
Close the Front Cover.
The front cover is open.
<User Check>
• Check if the front cover is closed correctly.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of high
voltage power supply PCB ASSY
(Front cover sensor is mounted in
high voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.)
Check the harness connection of the high
voltage power supply PCB ASSY, and
reconnect it.
2
Part pressing the front cover
sensor is broken, which is
provided at inside of front cover
Replace the front cover ASSY.
Front cover sensor failure
Check the front cover sensor performance
following the procedure described in
"Function code 32". If any problem occurs,
replace the high voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code A2
Document Jam
Clear the scanner jam, then press the Stop Key.
During scanning, 90 cm or longer of a document is detected.
<User Check>
• Check if the document or the foreign object is jammed in the ADF. If it is jammed, remove
it.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document scanning position
detection actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the document
scanning position detection actuator.
2
Document scanning position
sensor PCB failure
Replace the document scanning position
sensor PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code A3
Document Jam
Clear the scanner jam, then press the Stop Key.
The document scanning position detection actuator does not detect the leading edge of a
document although the document is fed farther than a designated distance.
<User Check>
• Check if the document is jammed in the ADF. If it is jammed, remove it.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document scanning position
detection actuator catching on
some position
Correct the position of the document
scanning position detection actuator.
2
Document scanning position
detection sensor PCB failure
Replace the document scanning position
detection sensor PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code A4
Cover is Open
Close the ADF Cover.
The ADF cover is open.
<User Check>
• Close the ADF cover.
Step
Cause
1
Coming off of document detection
actuator/ADF cover open actuator
Re-assemble the document detection
actuator/ADF cover open actuator.
2
Harness connection failure of
document detection sensor/ADF
cover open sensor PCB
Check the harness connection of the
document detection sensor/ADF cover
open sensor PCB and reconnect it.
3
Deformation and/or breakage of
ADF cover
Replace the ADF cover ASSY.
ADF cover open sensor failure
Replace the document detection sensor/
ADF cover open sensor PCB ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
4
5
Remedy
■ Error code A5
Scan Unable A5
Remove the original document. Turn the power off, then on again.
Scanning failure upon FAX transmission. (Scanning unit failure for the first time.)
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
■ Error code A6
Scan Unable A6
See Troubleshooting and routine maintenance chapter in User's Guide.
Scanning failure upon FAX transmission. (Scanning unit failure for the second time or later.)
Step
Cause
Remedy
White level data failure
Execute the "Acquisition of white level data
(Function code 55)".
2
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
■ Error code A7
Print Unable A7
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Scanning color parameter file failure.
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■ Error code A8
Scan Unable A8
See Troubleshooting and routine maintenance chapter in User's Guide.
Scanning color parameter error for recording the image.
Step
Cause
Remedy
White level data failure
Execute the "Acquisition of white level data
(Function code 55)".
2
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
■ Error code A9
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Scan Unable A9
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code AA, AB
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
Error code AC
Scan Unable AC
Remove the original document. Turn the power off, then on again.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code AD
Scan Unable AD
Remove the original document. Turn the power off, then on again.
Timeout error during waiting for completion of scanning DMA transfer.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code AE
This error does not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
Scan Unable AE
See Troubleshooting and routine maintenance chapter in User's Guide.
Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code AF
Scan Unable AF
See Troubleshooting and routine maintenance chapter in User's Guide.
The white tape cannot be detected.
Step
Cause
Remedy
White level data failure
Execute the "Acquisition of white level data
(Function code 55)".
2
Harness connection failure of
document scanner unit
Check the harness connection of the
document scanner unit and reconnect it.
3
Harness connection failure of FB
motor harness
Check the harness connection of the FB
motor harness and reconnect it.
4
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
■ Error code B0
Scanner Error B0
Scanning flat cable connection failure.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Incomplete insertion of the
harness of the document scanner
unit
Reconnect the harness for the document
scanner unit correctly.
2
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code B1
Scanner Error B1
Dark level offset data level error for scanning.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Error code B2
Scanner Error B2
Dark level offset data level error for scanning.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Error code B3
Scanner Error B3
The scanning area setting left edge detection error. (white tape)
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Error code B4
Scanner Error B4
The scanning area setting right edge detection error. (white tape)
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code B5, B6
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code B7
Scanner Error
B7
A/D converter standard voltage failure; at High side.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
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■ Error code B8
Scanner Error
A/D converter standard voltage failure; at Low side.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code B9
Scanner Error
Scanning light adjustment error.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code BA
This error does not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code BB
Scanner Error
White level data error.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
White level data failure
Execute the "Acquisition of white level data
(Function code 55)".
2
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code BC
This error does not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code BD
Scanner Error
Black level data error.
* This error is indicated on the LCD in the maintenance mode.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code BE, BF
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code C0
Cartridge Error
Put the Toner Cartridge back in.
Failure to detect a new toner cartridge.
<User Check>
• Install the toner cartridge into the machine properly.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Power off or front cover opened
while detecting a new toner
cartridge
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developer roller counter. (Refer to "2.1
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■ Error code C1 to C6
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code C7
Out of Memory
Press Job Cancel.
Insufficient memory.
<User Check>
• Delete the stored data.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code C8
Out of Memory
Secure Print Data is full. Press Job Cancel and delete the
previously stored data.
RAM area for secure data full.
<User Check>
• Delete the stored data.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code C9, CA to CF
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code D1
Print Unable D1
See Troubleshooting and routine maintenance chapter in User's Guide.
Modem initialization failed.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF and ON the power and check if the machine recovers.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code D2 to D9, DA to DC
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code DD
Print Unable XX
See Troubleshooting and routine maintenance chapter in User's Guide.
Fuser unit failure except error code 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, 6E, 6F, 76, 78, DE and E2.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure
between fuser unit connector and
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Check the harness connection between the
fuser unit connector and paper eject sensor
PCB ASSY, and reconnect it.
2
Harness connection failure
between fuser unit connector and
low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY
Check the harness connection between the
fuser unit connector and low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY, and reconnect it.
3
Harness connection failure
between paper eject sensor PCB
and main PCB
Check the harness connection between the
paper eject sensor PCB and main PCB,
and reconnect it.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
5
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
6
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
7
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
4
■ Error code DE
Print Unable XX
Turn the power off and then back on again.
When the center thermistor is higher than the idle temperature, it is detected that the side
thermistor temperature is lower than 60 °C.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF and ON the power and check if the machine recovers.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure
between paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY and fuser unit
Check the harness connection between the
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY and fuser
unit, and reconnect it.
2
Side thermistor or center
thermistor failure
Replace the fuser unit.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3
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■ Error code DF
This error does not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code E0
Print Unable E0
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Program error. (An error occurred in the ROM checksum.)
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Firmware update failure
Upload the latest firmware.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code E1
Print Unable E1
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Program error.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code E2
Print Unable XX
Turn the power off and then back on again.
When the center thermistor is lower than the idle temperature, it is detected that the side
thermistor temperature is higher than 280 °C.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Heat roller dirty
Clean the heat roller.
2
Harness connection failure
between paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY and fuser unit
Check the harness connection between the
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY and fuser
unit, and reconnect it.
3
Side thermistor or center
thermistor failure
Replace the fuser unit.
Paper eject sensor PCB failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
4
5
■ Error code E3, E4
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code E6
Print Unable E6
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Write error in EEPROM of the main PCB.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code E7 to E9, EA, EB
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code EC
Print Unable EC
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Main fan error.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of main
fan
Check the harness connection of the main
fan and reconnect it.
2
Main fan failure
Replace the main fan.
3
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code ED
Print Unable ED
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Communication with the wireless LAN PCB cannot be established upon startup of the power
supply. (Wireless LAN model only)
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
wireless LAN PCB
Check the harness connection of the
wireless LAN PCB and reconnect it.
2
Wireless LAN PCB failure
Replace the wireless LAN PCB.
3
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Error code EE
Print Unable EE
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Unavailability of communication after connecting to the wireless LAN PCB is detected.
(Wireless LAN model only)
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
wireless LAN PCB
Check the harness connection of the
wireless LAN PCB and reconnect it.
2
Wireless LAN PCB failure
Replace the wireless LAN PCB ASSY.
3
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code EF
Print Unable EF
Turn the power off and then back on again.
The supplied power is unstable.
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
The irregular power supply is
detected
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY. Reset the irregular power supply
detection counter following the procedure
described in "5. IF YOU REPLACE THE
PANEL UNIT" in Chapter 4.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
Note:
• The irregular power supply detection error (Machine Error EF) occurs when there is a
large fluctuation in the power supply voltage supplied to the machine.
In this case, if the same power supply is used, the same error might occur again even if
the low voltage power supply PCB ASSY is replaced.
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■ Error code F0
Print Unable
Turn the power off and then back on again.
Flash ROM error.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Malfunction of firmware
Rewrite the latest firmware.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code F1 to F6, F8
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Error code F9
Machine Error F9
The country code is not entered properly.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Power turned OFF while the
function code 74 is being executed
and “PARAMETER INTI” is being
displayed
Re-enter the country code.
(Refer to "1.4.20 Setting by country
(Function code 74)" in Chapter 5.)
■ Error code FA to FF
These errors do not usually occur in the normal use. The conceivable causes are noise around
the installation site, fluctuation of the power supply voltage, and failures in the software.
--Error, which cannot be specified, occurs.
<User Check>
• Turn OFF the power switch, and turn it ON again after a while.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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3.5
Paper Feeding Problems
Problems related to paper feeding are end user recoverable if following the User Check
items. If the same problem occurs again, follow each procedure in the order of the number
described in the Step column in the tables below.
3.5.1 Pickup function of Paper tray does not work.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Link arm catching on some position
Re-assemble the link arm.
2
Pick-up roller holder ASSY
catching on some position
Re-assemble the pick-up roller holder
ASSY.
3
Harness connection failure of main
motor
Reconnect the harness of the main motor.
4
Plate-up gear (gear Z19M10 or lift
gear 46) failure
Replace the plate-up gear (gear Z19M10
or lift gear 46).
5
Main motor failure
Replace the main motor.
6
Low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
7
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.5.2 No feeding
Not detect paper at feeding input
User Check
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check if the paper tray is loaded correctly.
Check if the paper is loaded into the paper tray correctly.
Check that the paper smaller than the specified size is not loaded.
Adjust the paper guide corresponding to the position of paper guide.
Check if too much paper is loaded in the tray.
Clean the surface of the separation pad or pick-up/separate roller.
Step
Cause
1
Link arm and pick-up roller holder
ASSY not assembled correctly
Re-assemble the link arm and pick-up
roller holder ASSY.
2
Harness connection failure of T1
clutch ASSY
Check the harness connections of the T1
clutch ASSY, and reconnect it.
3
Harness connection failure of
paper edge sensor harness ASSY
(HL-2250DN/2270DW only)
Check the harness connections of the
paper edge sensor harness ASSY, and
reconnect it.
4
Harness connection failure of
regist front sensor PCB
Check the harness connections of the
regist front sensor PCB, and reconnect it.
5
Paper feeding roller failure
Replace the paper feeding kit.
6
Plate-up gear (gear Z19M10 or lift
gear 46) failure
Replace the plate-up gear (gear Z19M10
or lift gear 46).
7
T1 clutch ASSY failure
Replace the T1 clutch ASSY.
8
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
Paper edge sensor failure
(HL-2250DN/2270DW only)
Check the sensor performance following
the procedure in "Operational check of
sensors" (Chapter 5). If any problem
occurs, replace the PF frame ASSY.
Regist front sensor PCB failure
Check the sensor performance following the
procedure in "Operational check of
sensors" (Chapter 5). If any problem
occurs, replace the regist front sensor PCB.
9
Remedy
10
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3.5.3 No paper fed manual feed slot (Error code 9A)
Not detect paper at feeding from manual feed slot
User Check
• Load the paper into the manual feed slot.
Step
Cause
1
Harness connection failure of
registration front/rear sensor PCB
ASSY
Check the harness connection of the
registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY,
and reconnect it.
2
Low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
Registration front/rear sensor
failure
Check the sensor performance following
the procedure in "Operational check of
sensors" (Chapter 5).
If any problem occurs, replace the regist
frame ASSY.
4
Remedy
3.5.4 Double feeding
User Check
• Check if the paper is loaded into the paper tray correctly.
• Check if the thickness of the paper is 60 to 105 g/m2.
• Clean the separation pad.
• Check that too much paper is not loaded in each tray.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Paper feeding roller failure
Replace the paper feeding kit.
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3.5.5 Paper jam
• Paper tray and front cover section (Error code 8A)
Paper jam at paper tray and front cover section
User Check
• Check if the paper is jammed in the paper tray and front cover section.
If jammed, remove it.
• Adjust the paper guide corresponding to the paper size.
• Check if the thickness of the paper is 60 to 105 g/m2.
• Check if too much paper is loaded in the tray.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Paper edge actuator (HL-2250DN/ Correct catching of the paper edge
2270DW only) or registration front actuator or registration front actuator.
actuator catching on some position
2
Harness connection failure of
registration front/rear sensor PCB
ASSY
Check the harness connection of the
registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY,
and reconnect it.
3
Paper feeding roller worn out
Replace the paper feeding kit.
4
Low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
Registration front/rear sensor PCB
ASSY failure
Check the registration front sensor and
registration rear sensor performance
following the procedure in "Operational
check of sensors" (Chapter 5).
If any problem occurs, replace the regist
frame ASSY.
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• Jam inside/Jam rear (Error code 84, etc)
Paper jam inside and rear of the machine
User Check
• Check if the paper is jammed inside and rear side of the machine.
If jammed, remove it.
• Check if the back cover is closed certainly.
• Remove the protective material of the bottom side of the drum unit.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Registration front actuator
catching on some position
Correct catching of the registration front
actuator.
2
Registration rear actuator or paper
eject actuator catching on some
position
Correct catching of the registration rear
actuator or paper eject actuator.
3
Harness connection failure of
registration front/rear sensor PCB
ASSY or paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY
Check the harness connection of the
registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY or
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY, and
reconnect it.
4
REG clutch ASSY failure
Replace the REG clutch ASSY.
Paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
failure
Check the sensor performance following
the procedure in "Operational check of
sensors" (Chapter 5).
If any problem occurs, replace the paper
eject sensor PCB ASSY.
6
Low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
7
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
8
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
Registration front/rear sensor PCB
ASSY failure
Check the sensor performance following
the procedure in "Operational check of
sensors" (Chapter 5).
If any problem occurs, replace the regist
frame ASSY.
5
9
Waves in the paper / folds in the paper at the eject roller
User Check
• Check that the problem is solved if new paper is used.
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
Foreign object around eject roller
Remove the foreign object around the eject
roller.
Eject roller failure
Replace the top cover ASSY.
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• Duplex unit (Error code 57, etc)
Paper jam in the duplex tray
User Check
• Insert the duplex tray correctly.
• Check if the paper is jammed in the duplex tray.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Foreign object around duplex tray
Remove the foreign object around the
duplex tray.
2
Duplex tray failure
Replace the duplex tray.
3
DX gears damaged
Replace the main frame L ASSY.
1
3.5.6 Dirt on paper
User Check
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
Fuser unit dirty
Clean the entrance of the fuser unit, or
clean the pressure roller.
Paper eject roller dirty
Clean the paper eject roller.
3.5.7 Paper feeding at an angle
User Check
• Check if the paper is loaded into the paper tray correctly.
• Adjust the paper guide corresponding to the paper size.
• Check if too much paper is loaded in the tray.
• Check if the thickness of the paper is 60 to 105 g/m2.
• Remove the protective sheet of the bottom side of the drum unit.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
REG clutch ASSY failure
Replace the REG clutch ASSY.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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3.5.8 Wrinkles or creases
User Check
• Check if the paper is no damp.
• Check if the paper is loaded into the paper tray correctly.
• Check if the thickness of the paper is 60 to 105 g/m2.
• Turn over the stack of paper in the paper tray, or try rotating the paper 180° in the paper
tray.
• Turn the green envelope levers to the direction of the black arrow. (Refer to Fig. 2-8.)
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
Foreign object inside fuser unit
Remove the foreign object inside of the
eject roller.
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
Fig. 2-8
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3.5.9 Curl in the paper
User Check
• Choose Reduce Paper Curl mode in the driver.
• Turn the anti-curl levers to the direction of the black arrow. (Refer to Fig. 2-9.)
• Lift up the support flap2, and then print.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
Fig. 2-9
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3.5.10 Prints only single side of the paper when duplex-printing
User Check
• Set the driver setting to the duplex-printing.
• Use the paper of the A4/LETTER.
3.5.11 Cannot make print through duplex-printing
User Check
• Check if the back cover is closed certainly.
• Set the driver setting to the duplex-printing.
• Insert the duplex tray correctly.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Check the harness connection of the paper
eject sensor PCB ASSY, and reconnect it.
2
Duplex tray failure
Replace the duplex tray.
Back cover sensor failure
Replace the paper eject sensor PCB
ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
5
DX gears damaged
Replace the main frame L ASSY.
3
3.5.12 Paper size error
User Check
• Load the specified paper size into the tray.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Registration front actuator
catching on some position
Correct catching of the registration front
actuator.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.5.13 Paper size error through duplex-printing
User Check
• Load the specified paper size into the tray.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Registration front actuator
catching on some position
Correct catching of the registration front
actuator.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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3.6
Image Defect Troubleshooting
3.6.1 Image defect examples
Light (2-80)
Faulty registration (2-82)
Dark (2-82)
Dirt on the back of paper (2-84)
Poor fixing (2-83)
Completely blank
(2-83)
Vertical streaks (2-85)
Image distortion
(2-84)
All black
(2-84)
Black vertical streaks
in a light background
(2-85)
Black horizontal
stripes (2-86)
White vertical
streaks (2-87)
White horizontal
streaks (2-87)
Faint print (2-87)
White spots (2-88)
Black spots (2-88)
Black band (2-89)
Downward fogging
of solid color (2-89)
Horizontal lines (2-89)
Ghost (2-90)
Fogging (2-90)
Fig. 2-10
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3.6.2 Troubleshooting image defect
Image defect related problems are user recoverable if following the User Check items. If the
same problem occurs, follow each procedure in the order of the number described in the
Step column in the tables below.
■ Light
User Check
• Check the machine's environment. High temperature and high
humidity or low temperature and low humidity conditions can cause
this problem.
• If the whole page is light, toner save mode may be on. Off the toner
save mode.
• Adjust the density by the Density Adjustment.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one. If remove the used
toner cartridge and replace a relatively new used toner cartridge,
this case is caused.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Dirt on electrodes of the drum unit
and machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
2
Develop bias failure
Reset the counter of develop roller.
3
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
4
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Electrodes location of the toner cartridge and drum unit
Side surface of
Drum unit
Fig. 2-11
■ Electrodes location of the machine
Fig. 2-12
<How to clean the electrodes>
Turn off the power switch. Unplug the machine from the AC power outlet, and leave the machine
for a few minutes. Then, wipe the electrodes above carefully with a dry lint-free cloth. Be
careful not to change the shapes of the electrodes.
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■ Faulty registration
User Check
• Check that the appropriate media type is selected in the
driver.
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
Adjusted value of the laser unit
mistake
Refer to "2.1 Inputting the Adjusted Value of
the Laser Unit" in Chapter 4, and enter the
adjusted value of the laser unit again.
Registration rear actuator catching Correct catching of the registration rear
on some position
actuator.
■ Dark
User Check
• Check the machine's environment. High temperature and high
humidity or low temperature and low humidity conditions can cause
this problem.
• Adjust the density by the Density Adjustment.
• Clean the corona wire of drum unit.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one. If remove the used
toner cartridge and replace a relatively new used toner cartridge,
this case is caused.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Dirt on the electrodes of the drum
unit and the machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
2
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
3
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
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■ Poor fixing
User Check
• Check the machine's environment. High temperature and high
humidity or low temperature and low humidity conditions can cause
this problem.
• Clean the corona wire of drum unit.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
• Return the green envelope levers to the home position. (Refer to
Fig. 2-8.)
• Remove the elastic band from the drum unit.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
2
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
3
Low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Completely blank
User Check
• Check the machine's environment. High temperature and high
humidity or low temperature and low humidity conditions can cause
this problem.
• Clean the corona wire of drum unit.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
• Remove the elastic band from the drum unit.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Dirt on the electrodes of the drum
unit and the machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
Scanner harness of the laser unit
connection failure
Reconnect the scanner harness of the
laser unit.
Laser unit not assembled correctly
Assemble the laser unit correctly and
secure the screw.
4
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
5
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
6
Main PCB failure
Re-assemble the main PCB ASSY.
1
2
3
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■ Image distortion
Step
Cause
Remedy
Laser unit not assembled correctly
Assemble the laser unit correctly and
secure the screw.
2
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
■ All black
User Check
• Clean the corona wire of drum unit.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Dirt on drum unit and machine
body electrodes
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
2
Scanner harness of the laser unit
connection failure
Reconnect the scanner harness of the
laser unit.
FG plate connection failure
Reconnect the FG plate between the laser
unit and develop drive sub ASSY securely,
and secure the screw.
4
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
5
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
6
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3
■ The back of paper gets dirty
User Check
• This problem may disappear after printing approximately
10 pages of completely blank sheets.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Dirt on the fuser unit
Replace the fuser unit.
2
Dirt in the paper feed system
Wipe dirt off.
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■ Vertical streaks
User Check
• This problem may occur with noise which is caused by dirt on the
corona wire in the drum unit. In this case, clean the corona wire.
• If the same problem occurs after printing a few pages, the adhesive
of the label or the like, paper powder or dirt may be attached on the
surface of the exposure drum. Wipe off the dirt on the exposure
drum. (Refer to User’s guide, and perform the Drum Cleaning.)
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Dirt in the paper feed system Wipe dirt off.
2
Dirt on the heat roller
Clean the heat roller in the following procedures.
3
Scratch on the heat roller
Replace the fuser unit.
CAUTION :
• If the machine prints the same pattern, especially including vertical streaks,
continuously, black vertical streaks may appear on the paper since the electrostatic
performance of the exposure drum is decreased temporally.
■ How to clean the heat roller
(1) Make the black pattern as shown in the below figure by the Word, PowerPoint and
other applications.
100% Black
All-black
(2) Put the paper that printed in the procedure (1) into the tray. The side to be printed on
must be face down.
(3) Print it in the state that the printing pattern is all white as shown in the below figure.
100% White
All-white (In the state without data)
(4) Print the arbitrary image, and check whether there is any dirt on the paper.
(5) If there is still the dirt, repeat the procedure (2) to (4).
(6) If repeat the procedure (2) to (4) several times when the dirt is not removed, replace
the fuser unit.
■ Black vertical streaks in a light background
User Check
• Clean the inside of the machine and the corona wire in the drum unit.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
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■ Black horizontal stripes
User Check
• Clean the inside of the machine and the corona wire in the drum unit.
• When the horizontal stripes at 94.2 mm are intervals, replace the
drum unit with a new one.
• The paper tray ground terminal provided in the machine body may
be dirty. Clean the contact with a dry cloth.
• Toner attached on the develop roller (horizontal stripes at 32.5 mm)
This problem will disappear by printing approximate 10 pages.
If the same problem occurs, replace the toner cartridge.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Dirt on the electrodes of the drum
unit and the machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
Bend of tray ground spring
(1) Correct bending of the tray ground spring.
(2) Replace the paper tray.
3
Scratch and Dirt on the heat roller
(horizontal stripes at 53.4 mm)
Replace the fuser unit.
4
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
2
Bottom surface of Paper tray
Paper tray ground terminal
Fig. 2-13
CAUTION :
• Image defects which appear periodically may be caused by failure of a roller. Specify
the cause referring to the diameter of the rollers or pitch which appears in the image as
shown in the table below
No.
Parts name
Diameter
The pitch which
appears in the image
1
Develop roller
Ø16 mm
32.5 mm
2
Exposure drum
Ø30 mm
94.2 mm
3
Heat roller in the fuser unit
Ø17 mm
53.4 mm
4
Pressure roller ASSY in the fuser unit
Ø25 mm
78.5 mm
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■ White vertical streaks
User Check
• Check if there is no dust in the gap between the toner cartridge and
drum unit.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
• Check the machine's environment. High temperature and high
humidity or low temperature and low humidity conditions can cause
this problem.
• Damp (wet) paper might be used. Try to change to freshly
unpacked paper.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Leave the machine for a while as the power remains ON.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
■ White horizontal streaks
User Check
• This problem may disappear If print several sheets of page. Print
several sheets of page if the machine has not been used for a long
time.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Dirt on the electrodes of the drum
unit and the machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
■ Faint print
User Check
• Check that the machine is installed on a level surface.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
2
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
3
Fuser unit failure
Replace the fuser unit.
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■ White spots
User Check
• When the white spots at 32.5 mm are intervals, replace the toner
cartridge with a new one.
• If the same problem occurs after printing a few pages, the adhesive
of the label or the like, paper powder or dirt may be attached on the
surface of the exposure drum. Wipe off the dirt on the exposure
drum. (Refer to User’s guide, and perform the Drum Cleaning.)
• When the white spots at 94.2 mm are intervals, replace the drum
unit with a new one.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Dirt on the electrodes of the drum
unit and the machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
2
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
■ Black spots
User Check
• When the black spots at 32.5 mm are intervals, replace the toner
cartridge with a new one.
• If the same problem occurs after printing a few pages, the adhesive
of the label or the like, paper powder or dirt may be attached on the
surface of the exposure drum. Wipe off the dirt on the exposure
drum. (Refer to User’s guide, and perform the Drum Cleaning.)
• When the black spots at 94.2 mm are intervals, replace the drum
unit with a new one.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Dirt on the electrodes of the drum
unit and the machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
Dirt on the heat roller
Refer to “2-85 How to clean the heat roller”,
and clean the heat roller.
3
Scratch on the heat roller
(Black spots at 53.4 mm)
Replace the fuser unit.
4
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
1
2
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■ Black band
User Check
• Clean the inside of the machine and the corona wire in the drum
unit. If the same problem occurs after cleaning, replace the drum
unit with a new one.
• The paper tray ground terminal provided in the machine body may
be dirty. Clean the contact with a dry cloth.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Bend of tray ground spring
(1) Correct bending of the tray ground spring.
(2) Replace the paper tray.
■ Downward fogging of solid black
User Check
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Horizontal lines
User Check
• The paper tray ground terminal provided in the machine
body may be dirty. Clean the contact with a dry cloth.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Step
Cause
1
Dirt on the electrodes of the drum
unit and the machine body
Clean the electrodes of the drum unit and
machine body. (Refer to Fig. 2-11, Fig. 212.)
Bend of tray ground spring
(1) Correct bending of the tray ground spring.
(2) Replace the paper tray.
3
Laser unit failure
Replace the laser unit.
4
Scratch and Dirt on the heat roller
(horizontal stripes at 53.4 mm)
Replace the fuser unit.
2
Remedy
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■ Ghost
User Check
• Check the machine's environment. High temperature and high
humidity or low temperature and low humidity conditions can cause
this problem.
• Choose Reduce Ghosting mode in the driver.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Fogging
User Check
• This problem may disappear after printing approximately 10 pages
of completely blank sheets.
• Replace the drum unit with a new one.
• Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
• Do not use acid paper.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
CAUTION :
• This problem often occurs when the drum unit or toner cartridge is nearly at the end of
life.
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3.7
Software Setting Problems
The end user can solve problems pertaining to software, for instance, print cannot be made
from a computer although test print and Printer Settings print can be made from the machine,
by following the User Check items. If the same problem occurs, follow each procedure in the
order of the number described in the Step column in the tables below.
3.7.1 Cannot print data
User Check
• Check that the USB cable or LAN cable is not damaged.
• Check that the correct machine is selected if you have an interface switching device.
• Check the descriptions on the software setting in the user’s guide.
• Reset the machine back to its default printer settings. (Refer to the following operations.)
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
Machine connection
For Macintosh, check the product ID*.
When it is wrong, update the firmware.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
* Check the product ID of Macintosh as follows:
(1) Select the “About This Mac” from the “Apple” menu.
(2) Press the “More Info...” button within the “About This Mac” dialogue.
(3) Select the “USB” at the bottom of “Hardware” in left side “Content”.
(4) Select the “MFC-XXXX” in the “USB Device Tree”.
(5) Check the “Product ID” in the “MFC-XXXX”.
Product ID (Hexadecimal)
• DCP-7055
: 0248h
• MFC-7360
: 024Dh
• DCP-7057
: 0273h
• MFC-7360N
: 0270h
• DCP-7060D
: 0249h
• MFC-7362N
: 0288h
• DCP-7065DN : 024Ah
• MFC-7470D
: 0271h
• DCP-7070DW : 0277h
• MFC-7460DN : 024Eh
• HL-2280DW
• MFC-7860DN : 024Ch
: 0272h
• MFC-7860DW : 024Fh
■ How to reset the network setting back to its default printer settings.
(1) Press the Menu button while the machine is in the ready state.
(2) Press the
or
button, then the “Initial Setup” or “General Setup” will appears on
the LCD and press the OK button.
(Which will appear, “Initial Setup” or “General Setup”, depends on the model.)
(3) Press the
or
the OK button.
button, then the “Reset Menu” will appear on the LCD and press
(4) Press the
or
the OK button.
button, then the “All Settings” will appear on the LCD and press
(5) The “1.Reset 2.Exit” appear on the LCD.
(6) Press the 1 button, and reset the network setting back to its default printer settings,
and the machine goes back to the ready state.
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3.8
Network Problems
3.8.1 Cannot make a print through network connection
(Wireless LAN model only) (Error code DE, EE)
User Check
• Check the descriptions in the network user’s guide.
• Reset the machine back to its default printer settings. (Refer to the following operations.)
• Check the connection of the network.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of
wireless LAN PCB
(HL-2270DW only)
Reconnect the harness of the wireless
LAN PCB.
2
Wireless LAN PCB failure
(HL-2270DW only)
Replace the wireless LAN PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ How to reset the network setting back to its default printer settings.
(1) Press the Menu button while the machine is in the ready state.
(2) Press the
or
button, then the “Initial Setup” or “General Setup” will appears on
the LCD and press the OK button.
(Which will appear, “Initial Setup” or “General Setup”, depends on the model.)
(3) Press the
or
the OK button.
button, then the “Reset Menu” will appear on the LCD and press
(4) Press the
or
the OK button.
button, then the “All Settings” will appear on the LCD and press
(5) The “1.Reset 2.Exit” appear on the LCD.
(6) Press the 1 button, and reset the network setting back to its default printer settings,
and the machine goes back to the ready state.
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3.9
Document Feeding Problems
3.9.1 No feeding
User Check
• Set the document so that it contacts the rear of the tray, and check that LCD display
varies.
• Check if the number of the documents complies with the specifications in the
specification list. (35 sheets or less)
• Check if the ADF cover is closed.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Document detection actuator
catching on some position
Correct the position of the document
detection actuator.
2
ADF cover open actuator catching
on some position
Correct the position of the ADF cover
open actuator.
3
Harness connection failure of ADF
motor
Check the harness connection of the ADF
motor and reconnect it.
4
Document detection actuator or
Check the sensor performance following
ADF cover open sensor malfunction the procedure described in "Function
code 32".
If any problem occurs, replace the
document front/ADF cover open sensor
PCB ASSY.
5
Separation roller failure
Replace the separation roller ASSY.
6
ADF motor failure
Replace the ADF motor.
7
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.9.2 Double feeding
User Check
• Check whether the document does not use the paper which is thinner than the
specification.
• Fan out the documents so that they will not stick together, and then reload them in the
ADF.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Separation rubber worn out
Replace the separation rubber holder
ASSY.
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3.9.3 Paper jam
■ Paper jam in the ADF cover (Error code A3, etc)
User Check
• Check whether the document does not use the paper which is thinner than the
specification.
• Check whether length does not use paper equal to or less than 147.3 mm.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Foreign object inside the area
around ADF cover
Remove foreign objects inside the area
around the ADF cover, if any.
2
Harness connection failure of
document scanning position
detection sensor
Check the harness connection of the
document scanning position detection
sensor and reconnect it.
3
Document scanning position
detection sensor malfunction
Replace the document scanning position
detection sensor PCB ASSY.
4
Breakage of the drive gear
Replace the ADF unit.
■ Paper jam in the ADF (Error code A3, etc)
Step
Cause
Remedy
Foreign object inside ADF
Remove foreign objects inside the ADF, if
any.
Document scanning position
detection actuator catching on some
position
Correct catching of the document
scanning position detection actuator.
Document scanning position
detection sensor malfunction
Check the sensor performance following
the procedure described in "Function
code 32".
If any problem occurs, replace the
document scanning position detection
sensor PCB ASSY.
4
Document feed roller failure
Replace the document feed roller.
5
Breakage of the drive gear
Replace the ADF unit.
1
2
3
■ Paper jam in the ADF (Error code A3, etc)
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
Foreign object around paper eject
Remove foreign objects around the paper
eject, if any.
Breakage of the drive gear
Eject roller failure
Replace the ADF unit.
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3.9.4 Wrinkles
■ Paper jam in the ADF cover (Error code A3, etc)
User Check
• Check if the document is loaded into the ADF correctly.
• Check whether the document guide matches the document size.
• Check whether the document does not curl.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Separation roller worn out
Replace the separation roller ASSY.
2
Document feed roller failure
Replace the document feed roller ASSY.
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3.10 Scanning Image Defect Troubleshooting
3.10.1 Image defect examples
Light (2-96)
Faulty registration (2-97)
Dark (2-97)
Completely blank
(2-98)
Vertical streaks (2-98)
White vertical
streaks (2-98)
Fig. 2-14
3.10.2 Troubleshooting image defect
■ Light on the page (Error code BB, etc)
User Check
• Check whether the setting of the contrast does not become light.
• Clean the document table glass or ADF glass.
• Clean the CIS glass of the ADF.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
White level data malfunction
Perform the acquisition of white level data.
("Function code 55")
2
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Faulty registration (Error code B3, B4, etc)
- ADF
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Fine adjustment of scan start
position misalignment
Perform the fine adjustment of scan start
position. (Function code 54)
2
Document scanning position
actuator catching on some
position
Correct catching of the document scanning
position actuator.
- Document table
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Fine adjustment of scan start
position misalignment
Perform the fine adjustment of scan start
position. ("Function code 55")
2
Document scanner unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
■ Dark (Error code BB, etc)
User Check
• Check whether the setting of the contrast does not become dark.
Step
Cause
Remedy
White level data malfunction
Perform the acquisition of white level data.
("Function code 55")
2
CIS unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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■ Completely blank
User Check
• Check if the first side and second side of the document are
reversed.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
CIS unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
■ Vertical streaks
User Check
• Check if the ADF glass or document glass is not stained.
- ADF
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
CIS unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
■ White vertical streaks
User Check
• Check if the ADF glass or document glass is not stained.
Step
1
2
Cause
Remedy
White level data malfunction
Perform the acquisition of white level data.
("Function code 55")
CIS unit failure
Replace the document scanner unit.
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3.11 Troubleshooting of the Control Panel
3.11.1 Nothing is displayed on the LCD
User Check
• Verify if the power switch is turned off.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
AC cord failure
Replace the AC cord.
2
Harness connection failure of panel
PCB ASSY
Reconnect the panel PCB ASSY harness.
3
Harness connection failure of LCD
and panel PCB
Check the harness connection between
the LCD and panel PCB, and reconnect it.
4
LCD failure
Replace the LCD.
Power switch holder failure
Replace the power switch holder.
6
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
7
Panel PCB failure
Replace the panel PCB ASSY.
8
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
5
3.11.2 The control panel does not work
User Check
• Check whether the function lock is not set.
• Turn the power off and on.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Panel unit assembling failure
Re-assemble the panel unit.
2
Connection failure between main
PCB and panel PCB
Connect the connector between the main
PCB ASSY and panel PCB ASSY
correctly.
3
Rubber key failure
Replace the rubber key.
4
Panel PCB failure
Replace the panel PCB ASSY.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.11.3 Lamp malfunction
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Connection between main PCB and
panel PCB
Connect the connector between the main
PCB ASSY and panel PCB ASSY
correctly.
2
Panel PCB failure
Replace the panel PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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3.12 Troubleshooting of FAX/Telephone Functions
3.12.1 FAX can't send it
User Check
• Verify that the telephone cord is securely inserted into the right socket.
• Check the dial mode setting again.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Connection between main PCB and
NCU PCB
Connect the connector between the main
PCB ASSY and NCU PCB ASSY
correctly.
2
Connection between main PCB and
panel PCB
Connect the connector between the main
PCB ASSY and panel PCB ASSY
correctly.
3
Rubber key connection failure
Replace the rubber key.
4
NCU PCB failure
Replace the NCU PCB ASSY.
5
Panel PCB failure
Replace the panel PCB ASSY.
6
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.12.2 FAX cannot be transmitted and received.
User Check
• Verify that the telephone cord is securely inserted into the right socket.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Connection between main PCB and
NCU PCB
Connect the connector between the main
PCB ASSY and NCU PCB ASSY
correctly.
2
NCU PCB failure
Replace the NCU PCB ASSY.
3
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.12.3 No bell ring
User Check
• Set a value other than “0” to the number of bell rings.
• Set a value other than “OFF” to the bell volume.
Step
Cause
Remedy
Harness connection failure of
speaker
Check the harness connection of the
speaker and reconnect it.
2
Connection between main PCB and
NCU PCB
Connect the connector between the main
PCB ASSY and NCU PCB ASSY
correctly.
3
Speaker failure
Replace the speaker unit.
4
NCU PCB failure
Replace the NCU PCB ASSY.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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3.12.4 A communication error occurs
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
NCU PCB failure
Replace the NCU PCB ASSY.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.12.5 Reception mode cannot be changed
User Check
• Turn OFF the Distinctive ring mode.
3.12.6 Caller ID are not displayed
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.12.7 Cannot talk on the handset
User Check
• Verify that the handset curled cord is securely inserted into the socket.
• Adjust the handset volume.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Handset curled cord failure
Replace the handset curled cord.
2
Handset ASSY failure
Replace the handset ASSY.
3
Hook switch PCB ASSY failure
Replace the hook switch PCB ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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3.13 PCB Problems
3.13.1 Main PCB failure
User Check
• Turn the power off and on.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.13.2 Out of Memory
Memory full
User Check
• Then print the stored data.
• Reduce the data capacity or reduce the print resolution.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.13.3 High voltage power supply PCB ASSY failure
Step
Cause
Remedy
Harness connection failure of high
voltage power supply PCB ASSY
Check the harness connection between
the high voltage power supply PCB ASSY
and main PCB, and reconnect it.
2
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
3
Low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the low voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
4
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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3.13.4 Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY failure
User Check
• Turn the power off and on.
Step
1
Cause
Remedy
Harness connection failure of low
voltage power supply PCB ASSY
Check the harness connection of the low
voltage power supply PCB ASSY, and
reconnect it.
Low voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the low voltage power supply
PCB ASSY. However, in the failure case
of that the irregular power supply is
detected, reset the irregular power supply
detection counter following the procedure
described in "3.1 Reset of Irregular Power
Supply Detection Counter" in Chapter 4.
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
2
3
CAUTION :
• The irregular power supply detection error EF occurs when there is a large fluctuation
in the power supply voltage supplied to the machine.
In this case, if the same power supply is used, the same error might occur again even
if the low voltage power supply PCB ASSY is replaced.
3.13.5 NCU ASSY failure
User Check
• Verify that the telephone cord is securely inserted into the right socket..
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of NCU
ASSY
Check the harness connection of the
NCU ASSY, and reconnect it.
2
NCU ASSY failure
Replace the NCU ASSY.
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3.14 Other Problems
3.14.1 The machine is not turned ON, or the LCD indication does not appear
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
AC cord failure
Replace the AC cord.
2
Harness connection failure of panel
PCB ASSY
Reconnect the panel PCB ASSY harness.
3
Harness connection failure of LCD
Reconnect the LCD harness.
4
LCD failure
Replace the LCD.
5
Power switch holder failure
Replace the power switch holder.
6
Low voltage power supply
PCB failure
Replace the low voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
7
Panel PCB failure
Replace the panel PCB ASSY.
8
High voltage power supply PCB
failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
9
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.14.2 The fan motor 60 ASSY does not rotate.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Harness connection failure of the
fan motor 60 ASSY
Reconnect the harness of the fan motor
60 ASSY correctly.
2
Fan motor 60 ASSY failure
Replace the fan motor 60 ASSY.
3
Harness connection failure of high
voltage power supply PCB
Reconnect the harness of the high
voltage power supply PCB ASSY.
4
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY failure
Replace the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
5
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.14.3 The room temperature is high or low
User Check
• Adjust the room temperature to 10 °C to 30 °C.
• Check if the exhaust opening is blocked.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Internal temperature sensor failure
Replace the Internal temperature sensor.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
3.14.4 Problem associated with Secure Function Lock
User Check
• The administrator of this machine is requested to release the security lock.
Step
Cause
Remedy
1
Forgot the password (PIN code) and
unable to release the lock.
Execute the Function code 91 to reset the
security lock setting.
2
Main PCB failure
Replace the main PCB ASSY.
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CHAPTER 3
DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY
CHAPTER 3 DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY
This chapter describes procedures for disassembling and assembling the machine with
relates notes.
The provided disassembly order flow enables you to take in the quickest way to get an
involved part at a glance.
At the start of disassembling, you can check the disassembly order flow which guides you
through a shortcut to get to the part.
This chapter also covers screw tightening torques and lubrication points where the specified
lubrication should be applied when the machine is assembled.
CONTENTS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................. 3-1
2. PACKING ......................................................................................................................3-2
3. SCREW CATALOGUE .................................................................................................. 3-3
4. SCREW TORQUE LIST ................................................................................................ 3-4
5. LUBRICATION .............................................................................................................. 3-6
6. OVERVIEW OF GEARS................................................................................................ 3-7
7. HARNESS ROUTING.................................................................................................. 3-10
8. DISASSEMBLY FLOW CHART .................................................................................. 3-26
9. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE ................................................................................... 3-27
9.1
Paper Tray ......................................................................................................... 3-29
9.2
Cord Hook.......................................................................................................... 3-32
9.3
Back Cover ........................................................................................................ 3-33
9.4
Outer Chute ASSY............................................................................................. 3-34
9.5
Fuser Cover ....................................................................................................... 3-35
9.6
Inner Chute ASSY, Eject Pinch Roller R ASSY and Eject Pinch Roller L ASSY ............ 3-36
9.7
Front Cover ASSY, Support Flap 1 .................................................................... 3-38
9.8
Side cover L / Handset holder ASSY ................................................................. 3-40
9.9
Side Cover R...................................................................................................... 3-43
9.10 ADF Unit (For models with ADF) ....................................................................... 3-44
9.10.1 ADF Unit.................................................................................................... 3-44
9.10.2 Hinge ASSY L / Hinge Arm R / Hinge R / Hinge R support....................... 3-46
9.10.3 Document Stopper..................................................................................... 3-47
9.10.4 Document Sub Tray .................................................................................. 3-48
9.10.5 ADF Cover ASSY ...................................................................................... 3-49
9.10.6 Gear Cover................................................................................................ 3-50
9.10.7 Separation Roller ASSY ............................................................................ 3-51
9.10.8 Separation Rubber Holder ASSY .............................................................. 3-52
9.10.9 Upper Document Chute ASSY SX ............................................................ 3-53
9.10.10 Document Feed Roller ASSY.................................................................... 3-54
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9.10.11 Lower Document Chute ASSY .................................................................. 3-55
9.10.12 Ejection Roller ASSY................................................................................. 3-56
9.10.13 ADF motor ................................................................................................. 3-57
9.10.14 Document Scanning Position Detection Sensor /
Document Detection/ ADF Cover Open Sensor........................................ 3-59
9.11 Document Cover ASSY (For models without ADF) ........................................... 3-61
9.12 Pull Arm L / Pull Arm R / Pull Arm Spring .......................................................... 3-63
9.13 Document Scanner Unit..................................................................................... 3-66
9.14 Panel Unit .......................................................................................................... 3-67
9.14.1 Panel Unit.................................................................................................. 3-67
9.14.2 Panel PCB ASSY ...................................................................................... 3-68
9.14.3 Rubber Key L/R......................................................................................... 3-69
9.14.4 LCD ........................................................................................................... 3-70
9.15 Pull Arm Guide................................................................................................... 3-71
9.16 NCU ASSY......................................................................................................... 3-72
9.17 Speaker Unit ...................................................................................................... 3-76
9.18 Joint cover.......................................................................................................... 3-78
9.19 Fuser Unit .......................................................................................................... 3-80
9.20 Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY............................................................... 3-83
9.21 Fan Motor 60 ASSY ........................................................................................... 3-86
9.22 High Voltage Power Supply PCB ASSY ............................................................ 3-87
9.23 New Toner Sensor PCB ASSY .......................................................................... 3-88
9.24 Filter ................................................................................................................... 3-89
9.25 Laser Unit........................................................................................................... 3-90
9.26 Wireless LAN PCB ASSY (Wireless network model only) ................................. 3-92
9.27 Pick-up Roller Holder ASSY .............................................................................. 3-93
9.28 Rubber Foot ....................................................................................................... 3-94
9.29 Main PCB ASSY ................................................................................................ 3-95
9.30 T1 Clutch ASSY, REG Clutch ASSY .................................................................. 3-96
9.31 Main Frame L ASSY .......................................................................................... 3-98
9.32 Develop Drive Sub ASSY, Develop Gear Joint/52 ........................................... 3-100
9.33 Motor Drive Sub ASSY, Main Motor ................................................................. 3-102
9.34 Internal Temperature Sensor ........................................................................... 3-104
9.35 Paper Eject Sensor PCB ASSY ....................................................................... 3-105
9.36 Fuser Gear 28/34............................................................................................. 3-107
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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
To avoid creating secondary problems by mishandling, follow the warnings and precautions
below during maintenance work.
WARNING
Some parts inside the machine are extremely hot immediately after the machine is used.
When opening the front cover or back cover to access any parts inside the machine,
never touch the shaded parts shown in the following figures.
• Be careful not to lose screws, washers, or other parts removed.
• Be sure to apply grease to the gears and applicable positions specified in this chapter.
• When using soldering irons or other heat-generating tools, take care not to accidentally
damage parts such as wires, PCBs and covers.
• Static electricity charged in your body may damage electronic parts. When transporting
PCBs, be sure to wrap them in conductive sheets.
• When replacing the PCB and all the other related parts, put on a grounding wrist band and
perform the job on a static mat. Also take care not to touch the conductor sections on the
flat cables or on the wire harness.
• After disconnecting flat cables, check that each cable is not damaged at its end or
shortcircuited.
• When connecting flat cables, do not insert them at an angle. After insertion, check that the
cable are not at an angle.
• When connecting or disconnecting cable connectors, hold the connector body, not the
cables. If the connector has a lock, release the connector lock first to release it.
• After a repair, check not only the repaired portion but also all connectors. Also check that
other related portions are functioning properly before operational checks.
• Violently closing the top cover without mounting the toner cartridge and the drum unit can
damage this product.
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2. PACKING
Handset curled cord ASSY
Telephone plug
Handset ASSY
Telephone
line cord
USB cable
Quick setup
guide
Polystyrene pad R
Insertion
Polystyrene pad F
Bag for
user‘s guide
Option carton BLLFB
PE bag
Polystyrene pad base
Carton
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3. SCREW CATALOGUE
Screw pan (S/P washer)
Taptite bind B
Taptite bind B
M3x10
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3x6
Taptite bind B
M4x12
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3x12DB
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3.5x6
Taptite cup B
Taptite cup B
M3x10
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3.5x8
Taptite cup S
Taptite cup S
M3x6 SR
Taptite cup S
M3x8 SR
Taptite cup S
M3x12
Taptite flat B
Taptite flat B
M3x10
Screw bind
Screw bind
M3x4
Taptite pan
Taptite pan B M4x14
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4. SCREW TORQUE LIST
Note:
• For verifying the shape of each screw, refer to "3. SCREW CATALOGUE" in this chapter.
Location of screw
Screw type
Q’ty
Tightening torque
N · m (kgf · cm)
Tray cover
Taptite bind B M4x12
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Cord hook
Taptite cup B M3x8
2
0.4±0.05 (4±0.5)
Inner chute ASSY
Taptite bind B M4x12
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Side cover L
Taptite bind B M4x12
3
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Upper/Lower handset cover
Taptite pan B M3x8
1
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
Side cover R
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
ADF FG Harness / FB FG harness
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite cup S M3x12
3
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Hinge arm R
Taptite cup B M3x10
4
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
Upper Document Chute ASSY
Taptite cup B M3x10
6
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
Lower Document Chute ASSY
Taptite cup B M3x10
3
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
ADF sensor harness unit
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Drive frame ASSY
Taptite cup B M3x10
3
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
ADF motor
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3x6
1
0.55±0.1 (5.5±1)
Panel unit
Taptite cup B M3x10
4
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
Scanner top cover ASSY
Taptite bind B M4x12
6
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Speaker cover
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
NCU FG harness ASSY
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3.5x8
1
0.5±0.05 (5±0.5)
1
0.8±0.05 (8±0.5)
NCU unit
Taptite bind B M4x12
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
NCU ASSY
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
2
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
Joint Cover
Taptite bind B M4x12
5
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Fuser unit
Taptite pan B M4x14
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite bind B M4x12
3
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3.5x6
1
0.5±0.05 (5±0.5)
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3x12DB
1
0.5±0.1 (5±1)
Screw pan (S/P washer)
M3.5x6
1
0.5±0.05 (5±0.5)
Taptite flat B M3x10
1
0.45±0.05 (4.5±0.5)
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
0.8±0.05 (8±0.5)
Hinge ASSY L
LV shield plate cover
Low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY
High voltage power supply PCB
ASSY
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Location of screw
Screw type
Q’ty
Tightening torque
N · m (kgf · cm)
New toner sensor PCB ASSY
Taptite bind B M3x10
1
0.5±0.05 (5±0.5)
Laser unit
Taptite cup S M3x8 SR
4
0.8±0.05 (8±0.5)
Main PCB ASSY
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
3
0.6±0.1 (6±1)
Front chute ASSY
Taptite bind B M4x12
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Under bar
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Chute ground plate
Taptite bind B M3x10
1
0.55±0.05 (5.5±0.5)
PF frame ASSY
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
FG plate laser L
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite bind B M4x12
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
1
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Taptite bind B M4x12
3
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Motor drive sub ASSY
Taptite bind B M4x12
6
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Main motor
Screw bind M3x4
3
0.65±0.05 (6.5±0.5)
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
1
0.6±0.1 (6±1)
Taptite bind B M4x12
2
0.8±0.1 (8±1)
Main frame L ASSY
Develop drive sub ASSY
Main PCB shield
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5. LUBRICATION
The kind of the lubricating oil
(Maker name)
BDX313 (A)
(Kanto Kasei)
Lubrication point
Quantity of lubrication
2mm dia. ball
Hinge ASSY L
BDX2
Hinge ASSY L
4 places
BDX2
BDX2
5 places
ADF unit
BDX2: BDX313 (A) (2 mm dia. ball)
Fig. 3-1
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6. OVERVIEW OF GEARS
■ Paper feeder part
<Development view>
3
2
1
4
7
8
6
5
Fig. 3-2
<Layout view>
8
7
6
3
2
4
1
5
Fig. 3-3
<Name of gears>
1
2
3
LY2584 Feeder gear 17
4
LY2046 Feeder gear idle 65
LY2047 Feeder gear
5
LY2045 Feeder gear 21/30/17
LY2581 Feeder gear holder
6
LY2044 Feeder gear 41
LY2582 Feeder gear spring
7
LY2043 Feeder gear 31 pendulum
LY2583 Feeder holder spring
8
LY2042 Feeder gear 26/52R
LY2048 Feeder gear 24/27
* These parts are subject to change without prior notice
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■ Development part
<Development view>
12
13
9
11
10
Fig. 3-4
<Layout view>
13
12
10
9
11
Fig. 3-5
<Name of gears>
9
LY2064 Develop joint link
12 LY2063 DEV gear 33
10 LY2458 Develop joint lift cam
13 LY2062 DEV gear 21/45R
11 LU2041 Develop joint lift disk
* These parts are subject to change without prior notice
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■ Paper eject & Duplex part
<Development view>
14
15
16
18
17
19
23
20
22
21
Fig. 3-6
<Layout view>
18
14
15
16
17
20
21
24
19
23
25
22
Fig. 3-7
<Name of gears>
14 LY2011 Ejector gear 10/15
20 LY2015 DX gear 16/20
15 LY2012 Ejector gear 22
21 LY2016 DX gear 19
16 LY2013 Ejector gear 40
22 LY2454 DX gear 21M1/21M0.8
17 LY2010 Fuser gear 28/34
23 LY2038 DX gear 18 pendulum
18 LY2066 Fuser gear 20/54R pendulum
24 LY2037 DX pendulum gear spring
19 LY2014 Ejector gear 29
25 LY2036 DX pendulum holder
* These parts are subject to change without prior notice
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7. HARNESS ROUTING
1
Paper edge sensor PCB ASSY
Panel PCB ASSY
Guide
Printer top side
Paper edge
sensor
harness
ASSY
Paper edge sensor PCB ASSY
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Registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY
Guide
Printer top side
Low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY
Registration F/R sensor harness ASSY
Registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY
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3
Internal temperature sensor
Guide
Internal temperature sensor
Main PCB ASSY
Guide
Guide
Internal temperature
sensor
Internal temperature
sensor
Back side view
Guide
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4
New toner sensor PCB ASSY
Guide
New toner sensor PCB ASSY
Main PCB ASSY
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5
T1 clutch ASSY, REG clutch ASSY
Main PCB ASSY
Guide
Guide
REG clutch ASSY
Guide
T1 clutch ASSY
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6
Paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Back cover sensor
Paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Guide
Back cover
sensor harness
Hooks
Main PCB ASSY
Main frame L ASSY
Main shield
Main PCB sheet
Main-eject sensor flat cable harness
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Main motor
Main PCB ASSY
Main motor
8
Laser unit
Laser unit
Main PCB ASSY
Hole of guide
Guide
Main-scanner
flat cable Harness
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9
Wireless LAN PCB ASSY (wireless network model only)
Wireless PCB harness ASSY
Wireless LAN PCB ASSY
Main PCB ASSY
Guide
Guide
10
Fan motor 60 ASSY
Hole of guide
Hole of guide
Tape
High voltage power supply PCB ASSY
Guide
Fan motor 60 ASSY
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Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY
LVPS harness ASSY
Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY
<Right side>
Main PCB ASSY
Guide
<Left side>
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High voltage power supply PCB ASSY
Guide
Guide
Main-HVPS flat cable harness
Guide
Guide
Main PCB ASSY
High voltage power
supply PCB ASSY
13
Fuser unit
Heater harness
Guide
Fuser unit
Guide
Main frame L ASSY
Side thermistor harness ASSY
Center thermistor harness ASSY
Main frame R ASSY
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Speaker unit
Speaker unit
Guide
Guide
Speaker harness ASSY
15
NCU ASSY
NCU unit
NCU ASSY
Guide
Hole
NCU harness ASSY
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NCU FG harness ASSY
NCU FG harness ASSY
Guide
NCU unit
LV shield plate
17
Panel unit
Scanner unit
Panel PCB ASSY
Guide
Guide
Panel harness ASSY
Main PCB ASSY
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Document scanner unit
CIS unit
Flat cable
Joint cover
Hole
Ferrite core
FB motor harness
FB FG harness
Taptite cup S M3x6
ADF FG harness
Main PCB ASSY
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ADF sensor
Guide
Guide
Document scanning position
detection sensor
Guide
Document detection /
ADF cover open sensor
ADF unit
Hole
Document scanner unit
Hole
Joint cover
ADF sensor harness unit
Main PCB ASSY
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ADF motor
ADF unit
Taptite cup S M3x6
ADF FG harness
ADF motor
harness ASSY
Ferrite core
Hole
Document
scanner unit
Hole
ADF motor
ADF motor harness ASSY
Joint cover
ADF FG harness
Taptite cup S M3x6
FB FG harness
Main PCB
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Hook switch PCB
Main PCB ASSY
Side cover L
Guide
Hook switch PCB
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8. DISASSEMBLY FLOW CHART
Disassembly / Re-Assembly (second)
9.1 Paper Tray
5/5
9.7 Support Flap 1
5/5
9.10.3 Document
Stopper
5/5
Duplex Tray
5/5
9.10.6 Gear Cover
15/10
9.27 Pick-up Roller
Holder ASSY
5/5
9.3 Back Cover
5/5
9.10.7 Separation
Roller ASSY
5/10
9.10.5 ADF Cover
ASSY
5/5
9.4 Outer Chute
ASSY
5/5
9.5 Fuser Cover
5/5
9.6 Inner Chute
ASSY
5/5
9.10.8 Separation
Rubber Holder
ASSY
10/10
9.30 T1 Clutch
ASSY
20/20
9.8 Hand Set
Holder ASSY
15/15
E
B
9.10.14 Document
Scanning Position
Detection Sensor
5/5
9.32 Develop
Joint Spring
5/5
9.26 Wireless LAN
PCB ASSY
(Wireless LAN
model only)
15/15
9.11 Document
Cover ASSY
(For models
without ADF)
20/20
9.20 Low Voltage
Power Supply PCB
ASSY
35/80
9.22 High Voltage
Power Supply PCB
ASSY
15/20
9.17 Speaker Unit
20/20
9.10.1 ADF Unit
20/20
9.36 Fuser Gear
28/34
5/5
F
G
9.23 New Toner
Sensor PCB ASSY
15/15
B
9.33 Drum Gear
26L/131L
5/5
9.31 Front Chute
ASSY
10/15
9.33 Main Motor
15/15
9.35 Paper Eject
Sensor PCB ASSY
30/30
9.10.2 Hinge R /
Hinge R Support
5/5
9.10.2 Hinge ASSY
L
15/15
9.10.2 Hinge Arm R
10/10
9.10.11 Lower
Document Chute
ASSY
15/20
9.15 Pull Arm
Guide
15/15
9.10.12 Ejection
Roller ASSY
10/15
9.7 Front Cover
ASSY
5/5
9.24 Filter
10/10
9.31 Under Bar
5/5
9.21 Fan Motor 60
ASSY
20/20
9.30 Conductive
Bearing 5 / Regist
Roller Shaft 2
15/15
9.33 Motor Drive
Sub ASSY
25/25
9.35 Main PCB
Shield
20/20
E
9.25 Laser Unit
20/20
9.30 FG Spring
Regist
5/5
9.34 Internal
Temperature
Sensor
10/15
9.13 Document
Scanner Unit
15/15
9.18 Joint Cover /
Paper Stack Lever
40/25
C
9.32 Develop
Gear Joint/52
5/5
9.19 LV Shield
Plate Cover
15/15
D
9.2 Cord Hook
10/10
9.30 REG Clutch
ASSY
20/20
9.32 Develop Joint
5/5
9.29 Main PCB
ASSY
20/20
9.10.14 Document
Detection / ADF
Cover Open Sensor
5/5
9.9 Side Cover R
20/15
9.16 NCU ASSY
35/40
9.32 Develop
Drive Sub ASSY
15/15
9.31 Feeder Gear
17
5/5
A
9.19 Fuser Unit
20/25
9.28 Rubber Foot
10/10
9.8 Side Cover L
20/15
9.10.9 Upper Doc
Chute ASSY SX
20/20
9.10.10 Document
Feed Roller ASSY
10/10
9.6 Eject Pinch
Roller R/L ASSY
/ Eject Pinch
Roller Spring
15/20
9.10.4 Document
Sub Tray
5/5
9.12 Pull Arm L /
Pull Arm R / Pull
Arm Spring
15/15
9.14.1 Panel Unit
15/15
F
9.14.2 Panel PCB
ASSY
10/10
9.10.13 Drive
Frame ASSY SX /
Gear 43
30/30
9.16 Speaker
Cover
5/5
9.14.3 Rubber Key
L/R
5/90
9.10.13 ADF Motor
5/5
D
9.14.4 LCD
15/15
A
G
C
9.31 Main Frame
L ASSY
90/90
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9. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
■ Preparation
<Transferring Received FAX Data>
When the machine at the user site requires to be repaired, unplugging the power cord from
the electrical outlet for sending the machine for repair will lose received FAX data if left in the
machine.
To prevent such data loss, the service personnel should instruct end users (e.g., by
telephone) to transfer data to another facsimile machine or PC using the procedure below.
Note:
• The number of files that can be transferred at a time is 99. To transfer 100 files or more,
carry out the following procedure more than one time.
TIP:
• If there are both color and monochrome data in a file to be transferred, the monochrome
data will be transferred first. If the receiver machine does not support the color function,
the sender machine cannot transfer color data, resulting in an error.
Transferring faxes to another fax machine
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the Stop/Exit button to interrupt the error (if displayed) temporarily.
(2) Press the Menu button.
(3) Press the
or
button to choose “Service.”
(4) Press the OK button.
(5) Press the
or
button to choose “Data Transfer.”
(6) Press the OK button.
(7) Press the
or
button to choose “Fax Transfer.”
(8) Press the OK button.
(9) If “No Data” appears on the LCD, there are no faxes left in the machine’s memory.
Then press the Stop/Exit button.
If a fax number entry screen appears, there are faxes in the machine’s memory. Then
enter the fax number to which faxes will be forwarded.
(10) Press the Start button.
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<Disconnecting Cables and Removing Accessories>
Prior to proceeding with the disassembly procedure,
(1) Unplug
• the AC cord,
• the USB cable, if connected,
• the LAN cable, if connected,
• the Handset curled cord ASSY, if connected.
(2) Remove
• the Paper tray,
• the Toner cartridge and Drum unit,
• the Duplex unit,
• LAN port cap,
• Handset
Duplex tray
(DCP-7060D / 7065DN / 7070DW / HL-2280DW
MFC-7460DN / 7470DN / 7860DN / 7860DW)
AC cord
Toner cartridge & Drum unit
LAN port cap
LAN cable
USB cable
Handset ASSY
Handset curled cord ASSY
Paper tray
Fig. 3-8
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9.1
Paper Tray
(1) Remove the two taptite bind B M4x12 screws, and release the two bosses (upper side),
and remove the tray cover from the paper tray.
Taptite bind B M4x12
Tray cover
Bosses
Back side view
Back side view
Bosses
Paper tray
Fig. 3-9
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(2) Release the hooks of the separation pad ASSY from the paper tray.
(3) Press both side arms of the separation pad ASSY to remove the pins, and remove the
separation pad ASSY from the paper tray.
(4) Remove the separation pad spring from the separation pad ASSY.
Note:
• Be careful not to lose the separation pad spring.
Separation pad ASSY
Pin
Arms
3a
Pin
4
Separation pad ASSY
Hook
3a
Hook
Separation pad spring
3b
Paper tray
Fig. 3-10
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(5) Push the hook of the lift gear 46 while pushing up the plate up plate, and remove the lift
gear 46.
Plate up plate
Hook
Lift gear 46
Paper tray
Fig. 3-11
(6) Remove the gear Z23M10Z14M75 and the gear Z19M10.
Gear Z19M10
Paper tray
Gear Z23M10Z14M75
Fig. 3-12
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9.2
Cord Hook
(1) Remove the two taptite cup B M3x8 screws, and remove the two cord hooks.
Taptite cup B M3x8
Code hook
Taptite cup B M3x8
Code hook
Fig. 3-13
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9.3
Back Cover
(1) Open the back cover.
(2) Push the both side ribs of the back cover to the direction of the arrow 2, and release the
boss of the outer chute ASSY.
(3) Release the boss of the main body while pulling the back cover to the direction of the
arrow 3a, and remove the back cover.
Outer chute ASSY
Boss (main body)
2
1
Rib
2
3a
Back cover
Rib
3b
Rib
Back cover
Boss (outer chute ASSY)
Fig. 3-14
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the back cover, close the back cover with aligning the boss of the
outer chute ASSY with the groove of both side ribs of the back cover.
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9.4
Outer Chute ASSY
(1) Pull the outer chute ASSY to the direction of the 1a, and release the boss of the outer
chute ASSY from the main frame L ASSY, and remove the outer chute ASSY.
Main frame L ASSY
1a
Boss
1b
Outer chute ASSY
Boss
Fig. 3-15
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9.5
Fuser Cover
(1) Hold the knobs on the fuser cover, and pull down this to your side.
(2) Release the boss of the main body while pulling the fuser cover to the direction of the
arrow 2, and remove fuser cover.
Knob
Boss(main body)
Fuser cover
2
Knob
Fuser cover
Boss(main body)
Fig. 3-16
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the fuser cover, Check that only one of roller does not lift up. (Check
the position of the anti-curl levers. Refer to Fig. 2-9 in Chapter 2.)
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9.6
Inner Chute ASSY, Eject Pinch Roller R ASSY and Eject Pinch Roller L ASSY
(1) Pull down both side green envelope levers of the fuser unit.
(2) Remove the two taptite bind B M4x12 screws to remove the inner chute ASSY.
Fuser unit
Green envelope lever R
Hooks
Fuser unit
Taptite bind B M4x12
Inner chute ASSY
Green envelope lever L
Fig. 3-17
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the inner chute ASSY, align the hooks of the inner chute ASSY with
the positioning holes of the top cover ASSY.
• Pull up both side green levers of the fuser unit after assembling the inner chute ASSY.
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(3) Remove the two eject pinch roller L ASSY and the two eject pinch roller R ASSY from
the inner chute ASSY.
(4) Remove the four exit pinch roller springs from the eject pinch roller L ASSY and the eject
pinch roller R ASSY.
Eject pinch roller R ASSY
Eject pinch roller L ASSY
Exit pinch roller springs
Exit pinch roller springs
Inner chute ASSY
Fig. 3-18
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9.7
Front Cover ASSY, Support Flap 1
(1) Open the front cover ASSY.
(2) Release the hooks of the develop joint link to remove the develop joint link from the front
cover ASSY.
(3) Pull up the rib of the front chute ASSY to the direction of the arrow 3a, and slide the front
cover ASSY to the direction of the arrow 3b and 3c, and remove it.
Front chute ASSY
Rib
3a
3b
1
Front cover ASSY
3c
Develop joint link
Front cover ASSY
Front chute
ASSY
Hook
2
Fig. 3-19
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(4) Remove the support flap 1 from the front cover ASSY.
Front cover ASSY
Support flap 1
Fig. 3-20
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9.8
Side cover L / Handset holder ASSY
(1) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw.
(2) Release the hooks in the order of 1a, 1b and 1c, and remove the side cover L.
(3) Disconnect the connector of the hook switch from the main PCB ASSY.
Hook switch
Connector
CN22
Main PCB ASSY
Taptite bind B M4x12
Hook switch
Connector
1b
1c
Hooks
1a
Hooks
Side cover L
Hooks
Hook
Fig. 3-21
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(4) Remove the two taptite bind M4x12 screws, and remove the handset holder ASSY from
the side cover L.
Taptite bind B M4x12
Handset holder ASSY
Side cover L
Fig. 3-22
(5) Remove the taptite pan B M3x8 screw.
(6) Release the hooks to remove the upper handset cover from the lower handset cover.
Hook
Upper handset cover
Hook
Lower handset cover
Taptite pan B M3x8
Fig. 3-23
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(7) Release the hook to remove the hook switch PCB from the lower handset cover.
(8) Remove the actuator hook PL from the hook switch PCB.
Actuator hook PL
Hook switch PCB
Hook
Lower handset cover
Fig. 3-24
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9.9
Side Cover R
(1) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw.
(2) Release the hooks in the order of 1a, 1b and 1c, and remove the side cover R.
1a
Hooks
1c
Hooks
Side cover R
Taptite bind B M4x12
1b
Hooks
Hook
Hook
Fig. 3-25
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9.10
ADF Unit (For models with ADF)
9.10.1 ADF Unit
(1) Remove the taptite cup S M3x6 SR screw, and remove the ADF FG harness and the FB
FG harness.
(2) Disconnect the two connectors from the main PCB ASSY.
Connector
(ADF sensor
harness unit)
Connector
(ADF motor
harness ASSY)
CN6
CN24
Main PCB ASSY
FB FG harness
Taptite cup S M3x6
ADF FG harness
Main PCB ASSY
Fig. 3-26
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(3) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw from the hinge ASSY L.
(4) Pull up the ADF unit to release the hook of the hinge R, and remove the ADF unit.
(5) Remove the harnesses from the guide hole.
ADF unit
Hinge ASSY L
Guide hole
Hook
Harnesses
Hinge R
Hook
Taptite bind B M4x12
Fig. 3-27
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9.10.2 Hinge ASSY L / Hinge Arm R / Hinge R / Hinge R support
(1) Remove the three taptite cup S M3x12 screws, and remove the hinge ASSY L.
Taptite cup S M3x12
Hinge ASSY L
Taptite cup S M3x12
ADF unit
Fig. 3-28
(2) Remove the taptite cup B M3x10 screw, and remove the hinge R and the hinge R
support from the hinge arm R.
Hinge R
Hinge R support
Taptite cup B M3x10
Hinge arm R
ADF unit
Fig. 3-29
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(3) Remove the three taptite cup B M3x10 screws, and remove the hinge arm R.
Taptite cup B M3x10
Hinge arm R
ADF unit
Fig. 3-30
9.10.3 Document Stopper
(1) Release the pins to remove the document stopper.
Pin
Document stopper
Pin
ADF unit
Fig. 3-31
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9.10.4 Document Sub Tray
(1) Release the pins to remove the document sub tray.
Document sub tray
ADF unit
Pin
Pin
Fig. 3-32
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9.10.5 ADF Cover ASSY
(1) Open the ADF cover ASSY.
(2) Release the pins to remove the ADF cover ASSY.
ADF cover ASSY
Pin
1
ADF unit
2
Pin
Fig. 3-33
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9.10.6 Gear Cover
(1) Release the hook to remove the gear cover.
1b
Gear cover
Hook
1a
Fig. 3-34
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9.10.7 Separation Roller ASSY
(1) Unlock the lock of the conductive bushing to remove the separation roller ASSY.
Separation roller ASSY
Conductive bushing
1c
1b
1a
1b
Conductive bushing
Fig. 3-35
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9.10.8 Separation Rubber Holder ASSY
(1) Release the pins to remove the separation rubber holder ASSY.
(2) Remove the ADF spring.
Separation rubber holder ASSY
Pin
Pin
ADF spring
Upper document chute ASSY SX
NG
Separation rubber
Support film
OK
Fig. 3-36
Assembling Note:
• Noise may be caused if the front edge of the support film is not within the upper
document chute ASSY SX.
Check that there is the front edge of the support film at the position as shown in the
figure above.
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9.10.9 Upper Document Chute ASSY SX
(1) Remove the six taptite cup B M3x10 screws, and remove the upper document chute
ASSY SX.
Taptite cup B M3x10
Upper Document chute ASSY SX
Taptite cup B M3x10
Taptite cup B M3x10
Back side
view
Fig. 3-37
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9.10.10 Document Feed Roller ASSY
(1) Unlock the lock of the conductive bushing to remove the document feed roller ASSY.
Document feed roller ASSY
Conductive bushing
1c
1b
1a
1b
Conductive bushing
Fig. 3-38
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9.10.11 Lower Document Chute ASSY
(1) Remove the three taptite cup B M3x10 screws.
(2) Release the hook to remove the lower document chute ASSY from the document cover.
Taptite cup B M3x10
Lower document chute ASSY
Hook
Document cover
Fig. 3-39
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the lower document chute ASSY, ensure that the gear (indicated with
gray) is placed in the position as shown in the figure above.
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9.10.12 Ejection Roller ASSY
(1) Release the hook to remove the ejection roller bushing M11.
(2) Unlock the lock of the conductive bushing to remove the ejection roller ASSY.
Ejection roller bushing M11
1
2c
Ejection roller ASSY
2a
2b
2b
Conductive bushing
Conductive bushing
Fig. 3-40
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9.10.13 ADF motor
(1) Remove the ferrite core from the guide, and disconnect the connector of the ADF motor
harness ASSY from the ADF motor.
(2) Remove the taptite cup S M3x6 SR screw, and remove the FG harness.
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
FG harness
Ferrite core
Connector
(ADF motor harness ASSY)
2
1a
ADF motor
1b
Guide
Fig. 3-41
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(3) Remove the three taptite cup B M3x10 screws, and remove the drive frame ASSY SX.
(4) Release the hook to remove the gear 43.
(5) Remove the screw pan (S/P washer) M3x6 screw, and remove the ADF motor.
Ejection roller bushing M11
Drive frame ASSY SX
ADF motor
Taptite cup B M3x10
Gear 43
Screw pan (S/P washer) M3x6
Hook
Drive frame ASSY SX
Fig. 3-42
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9.10.14 Document Scanning Position Detection Sensor /
Document Detection/ADF Cover Open Sensor
(1) Remove the document scanning position detection sensor while pushing the rib.
(2) Disconnect the connector of ADF sensor harness unit from the document scanning
position detection sensor.
Connector
(ADF sensor harness unit)
2
Document scanning position
detection sensor
Rib
1b
1a
Lower document chute ASSY
Fig. 3-43
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(3) Remove the document detection/ADF cover open sensor while pushing the rib.
(4) Disconnect the connector of ADF sensor harness unit from the document detection/ADF
cover open sensor.
Connector
(ADF sensor harness unit)
4
Document detection/ADF cover open sensor
Lower document chute ASSY
3b
3a
Rib
Fig. 3-44
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9.11
Document Cover ASSY (For models without ADF)
(1) Release the hooks of the hinge L and the hinge R to remove the document cover ASSY.
Document cover ASSY
Hinge L
Hook
Hinge R
Hook
Hook
Hook
Fig. 3-45
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(2) Remove the taptite cup B M3x10 screw, and remove the hinge L and the hinge L support
from the hinge arm.
(3) Remove the taptite cup B M3x10 screw, and remove the hinge R and the hinge L
support from the hinge arm.
Document cover
Taptite cup B M3x10
Taptite cup B M3x10
Hinge L support
Hinge L
Hinge R
Hinge L support
Fig. 3-46
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9.12
Pull Arm L / Pull Arm R / Pull Arm Spring
(1) Disconnect the two connectors and the flat cable from the main PCB ASSY.
Connector
(Polygon motor harness ASSY)
Connector
(Panel harness
ASSY)
Flat cable
CN5
CN26
CN4
Flat cable
Main PCB ASSY
FB FG harness
Main PCB ASSY
Fig. 3-47
Harness routing: Refer to “17. Panel unit”, “18. Document scanner unit”.
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(2) Open the document scanner unit.
(3) Release the hooks of the pull arm L and the pull arm R from the each joint part of the
document scanner unit.
Hook
Document scanner unit
Hook
Pull arm R
Pull arm L
Fig. 3-48
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(4) Remove the pull arm L and the pull arm spring from the pull arm guide.
(5) Remove the pull arm R and the pull arm spring from the pull arm guide.
Pull arm spring
Pull arm R
Rib
Rib
Pull arm L
Rib
Pull arm guide
Pull arm spring
Pull arm guide
Fig. 3-49
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9.13
Document Scanner Unit
(1) Open the document scanner unit, and remove the harness from the hole, and remove
the flat cable from the hole.
(2) Change the angle of the document scanner unit as shown in the figure to remove it
upward.
Document scanner unit
Joint cover
Flat cable
FB FG / FB motor harness
Hole
Panel harness
Joint cover
Fig. 3-50
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9.14
Panel Unit
9.14.1 Panel Unit
(1) Remove the four taptite cup B M3x10 screws.
(2) Release the claw to remove the panel unit.
Note:
• Be careful not to pull the panel unit generic strongly because the harness is
connected to it.
(3) Disconnect the connector of the panel harness ASSY from the panel PCB ASSY.
Connector
(Panel harness ASSY)
Panel PCB ASSY
Panel unit
Backside view
Claws
Taptite cup B M3x10
Claws
Taptite cup B M3x10
Fig. 3-51
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9.14.2 Panel PCB ASSY
(1) Unlock the lock to disconnect the flat cable from the panel PCB ASSY.
(2) Release the hooks to remove the panel PCB ASSY from the panel unit.
Flat cable
Panel PCB ASSY
Lock
Lock
Hook
Panel unit
Hooks
Fig. 3-52
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9.14.3 Rubber Key L/R
(1) Remove the rubber key L and the rubber key R from the panel unit.
Rubber key L
Rubber key R
Positioning pins
Panel unit
Positioning pins
Positioning pins
Fig. 3-53
Assembling Note:
• Upon assembling, assemble the rubber key R first, and then assemble the rubber key L.
• Check if it is firmly inserted into the positioning pin.
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9.14.4 LCD
(1) Release the hooks to remove the backlight guide from the panel cover.
Backlight guide
Hooks
Panel cover
Fig. 3-54
(2) Release the hooks to remove the LCD and the diffusion film from the backlight guide.
Diffusion film
Hook
Backlight guide
Hook
LCD
Fig. 3-55
Note:
• When the hooks are deformed, the LCD may not be attached to the backlight guide, or
the backlight guide may not be attached to the panel cover. Do not allow the hooks to
be warped when releasing them.
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Pull Arm Guide
(1) Remove the lock claw, and remove the pull arm guide. (2 locations)
Lock claw
Pull arm guide
Pull arm guide
Lock claw
Joint cover
Fig. 3-56
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NCU ASSY
(1) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw.
(2) Release the hook to remove the speaker cover.
Taptite bind B M4x12
Speaker cover
Hook
Fig. 3-57
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(3) Remove the two screw pan (S/P washer) M3.5x8 screws.
(4) Remove the NCU FG harness ASSY from the guide.
Screw pan (S/P washer ) M3.5x8
NCU FG harness ASSY
Guide
NCU FG harness ASSY
Screw pan (S/P washer ) M3.5x8
Fig. 3-58
Harness routing: Refer to “16. NCU FG harness ASSY”.
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(5) Disconnect the connector of the NCU harness ASSY from the main PCB ASSY.
(6) Remove the NCU harness ASSY from the guide.
(7) Remove the two taptite bind B M4x12 screws, and remove the NCU shield.
Taptite bind B M4x12
NCU shield
Connector
(NCU harness ASSY)
7
CN21
Guide
5
Connector
(NCU harness
ASSY)
Main PCB ASSY
Main PCB ASSY
Fig. 3-59
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(8) Remove the two taptite cup S M3x6 SR screws, and remove the NCU ASSY from the
NCU shield.
(9) Disconnect the connector of the NCU harness ASSY from the NCU ASSY.
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR
NCU ASSY
9
8
Connector (NCU harness ASSY)
NCU shield
Fig. 3-60
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9.17
Speaker Unit
(1) Disconnect the connector of the speaker unit from the main PCB ASSY.
(2) Remove the speaker harness ASSY from the guide.
Guide
Connector
(Speaker harness ASSY)
Guide
Connector
(Speaker harness ASSY)
CN22
Main PCB ASSY
Fig. 3-61
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(3) Unlock the lock to remove the speaker hold spring.
(4) Remove the speaker unit.
Speaker hold spring
Lock
Speaker unit
Fig. 3-62
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Joint cover
(1) Remove the five taptite bind B M4x12 screws.
(2) Release the hooks to remove the joint cover.
Taptite bind B M4x12
Joint cover
Hook
Hook
Hooks
Taptite bind B M4x12
Taptite bind B M4x12
Fig. 3-63
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(3) Remove the two paper stack levers.
Bosses
Paper stack lever
Bosses
Paper stack lever
Joint cover
Fig. 3-64
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9.19
Fuser Unit
(1) Release the harness of the fuser unit from the guides of the main frame R ASSY.
(2) Disconnect the connector of the low voltage power supply PCB ASSY while pushing the
hook of the connector of the fuser unit.
Connector
(low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY)
Guides
Main frame R ASSY
Guide
Connector (fuser unit)
Connector (fuser unit)
Connector
(low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY)
Hook
Fig. 3-65
(3) Put the connector of the fuser unit through the hole of the main frame R ASSY.
Hole
Connector (fuser unit)
Fig. 3-66
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(4) Disconnect the connectors of the center thermistor harness ASSY and the side
thermistor harness ASSY from the paper eject sensor PCB ASSY.
(5) Release the harnesses of the center thermistor harness ASSY and the side thermistor
harness ASSY from the guides of the main frame L ASSY.
Guide
Side thermistor
harness ASSY
Guides
Center thermistor
harness ASSY
Side thermistor harness ASSY
Paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Center thermistor harness ASSY
Paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Main frame L ASSY
Fig. 3-67
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(6) Remove the two taptite pan B M4x14 screws to remove the fuser unit.
Note:
• Do not apply a physical impact or vibration to the fuser unit.
• Do not touch the roller and electrodes as shown in the figure below to prevent
breakage of the fuser unit.
Fuser unit
Roller
Taptite pan B M4X14
Fig. 3-68
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9.20
Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY
(1) Remove the FG spring front chute from the LV shield plate cover and the front chute
ASSY.
(2) Release the hook part of the FG wire under R from the LV shield plate cover.
(3) Remove the three taptite bind B M4x12 screws, the screw pan (S/P washer) M3.5x6
screw and the screw pan (S/P washer) M3x12DB screw to remove the LV shield plate
cover.
Guide
Main frame R ASSY
FG spring front chute
FG wire under R
Screw pan (S/P washer) M3x12DB
Taptite bind B M4x12
Screw pan (S/P washer) M3.5x6
LV shield plate cover
Taptite bind B M4x12
Fig. 3-69
Assembling Note:
• Hang the FG spring front chute on the guide of the main frame R ASSY.
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(4) Remove the screw pan (S/P washer) M3.5x6 screw to remove the FG harness from the
low voltage power supply PCB ASSY.
(5) Remove the taptite flat B M3x10 screw to remove the Inlet of the low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY.
(6) Release the hooks to remove the power switch of the low voltage power supply PCB
ASSY.
(7) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw.
(8) Release the harness of the low voltage power supply PCB ASSY from the guide of the
main frame R ASSY.
Low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY
Main frame R ASSY
Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY
FG harness
Taptite bind B M4x12
Guide
Hook
Taptite flat B M3x10
Screw pan
(S/P washer) M3.5x6 Power switch
Hook
Inlet
Fig. 3-70
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the inlet, attach as shown in the figure below.
2
Inlet
1
Fig. 3-71
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(9) Remove the low voltage power supply PCB ASSY, and disconnect the three connectors
from the rear side.
(10) Remove the LV insulation sheet.
Connectors
Low voltage power
supply PCB ASSY
LV insulation sheet
Fig. 3-72
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9.21
Fan Motor 60 ASSY
(1) Disconnect the connector of the fan motor 60 ASSY from the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
(2) Remove the harness of the fan motor 60 ASSY from the guides of the main frame R
ASSY.
(3) Release the hooks to remove the fan motor 60 ASSY.
Connector
Guides
Tape
High voltage power supply PCB ASSY
Hook
Main frame R ASSY
Hook
Fan motor 60 ASSY
Label
Fig. 3-73
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the fan motor 60 ASSY, attach the fan motor 60 ASSY after inserting
the harness into the guides of the main frame R ASSY.
• When assembling the fan motor 60 ASSY, place it so that the attached label faces
outwards.
• When assembling the fan motor 60 ASSY, secure the harness to the position of figure
above with the tape.
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9.22
High Voltage Power Supply PCB ASSY
(1) Remove the flat cable from the guides of the main frame L ASSY, and disconnect the
connector from the high voltage power supply PCB ASSY.
(2) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw.
(3) Release the hooks to remove the high voltage power supply PCB ASSY.
Guide
Front cover sensor lever
Flat cable
Guide
High voltage power
supply PCB ASSY
Flat cable
Hook
Hooks
Taptite bind B M4x12
Main frame R ASSY
Fig. 3-74
Assembling Note:
• Assemble the front cover sensor lever after assembling the high voltage power supply
PCB ASSY.
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9.23
New Toner Sensor PCB ASSY
(1) Rotate the machine 180° to the side of main frame L ASSY.
(2) Disconnect the flat cable of the new toner sensor PCB ASSY from the main PCB ASSY,
and remove the flat cable of the new toner sensor PCB ASSY from the guide of the main
frame L ASSY.
(3) Remove the taptite bind B M3x10 screw.
(4) Release the hooks to remove the new toner sensor PCB ASSY.
(5) Disconnect the connector from the bottom side of the new toner sensor PCB ASSY.
Taptite bind B M3x10
Main PCB ASSY
New toner sensor PCB ASSY
Flat cable
Guide
Connector
Main frame L ASSY
Flat cable
(New toner sensor PCB ASSY)
CN16
New toner sensor
PCB ASSY
Hook
Main PCB ASSY
Fig. 3-75
Harness routing: Refer to “4. New toner sensor PCB ASSY”.
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9.24
Filter
(1) Release the hooks to remove the air duct.
(2) Pull the rib of the air duct to the direction of the arrow 2a, and remove the filter.
1a
Hooks
1b
1a
Air duct
Rib
Filter
2a
Air duct
1c
Pins
(main body)
Pins
Pins
(main body)
Air duct
Fig. 3-76
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the air duct, align the notch part of the air duct with the pins of the
main body.
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9.25
Laser Unit
(1) Disconnect the flat cable of the high voltage power supply PCB ASSY from the main
PCB ASSY, and remove the flat cable of the high voltage power supply PCB ASSY from
the guide of the main frame L ASSY.
(2) Disconnect the flat cable of the laser unit from the laser unit.
(3) Remove the flat cable of the laser unit from the guide of the main frame L ASSY, and
disconnect the flat cable of the laser unit from the main PCB ASSY.
(4) Remove the four taptite cup S M3x8 SR screws, and remove the laser unit.
Flat cable
(high voltage power supply PCB ASSY)
Taptite cup S M3x8 SR
Taptite cup S M3x8 SR
Flat cable
(laser unit)
Laser unit
Main PCB ASSY
Guide
Flat cable
(high voltage
power supply
PCB ASSY)
Flat cable
(laser unit)
Main PCB ASSY
CN12 CN17
Flat cable
(high voltage
power supply
PCB ASSY)
Flat cable
(laser unit)
Ferrite core
Fig. 3-77
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Note:
• Do not touch the lens of the laser unit directly.
Laser unit
Lens
Fig. 3-78
Note:
• Attach the laser serial label as shown in the figure (on laser plate) below after replacing
the laser unit.
Laser serial label
Laser plate
Laser unit
Fig. 3-79
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9.26
Wireless LAN PCB ASSY (Wireless network model only)
(1) Remove the harness of the wireless LAN PCB ASSY from the guides of the main frame
L ASSY.
(2) Disconnect the connector of the wireless LAN PCB ASSY from the main PCB ASSY.
(3) Release the hooks to remove the wireless LAN PCB ASSY.
CN24
Connector
Wireless LAN PCB ASSY
Main PCB ASSY
Hooks
Guides
Wireless LAN PCB ASSY
Guides
Main PCB ASSY
Wireless LAN PCB ASSY
Main frame L ASSY
Fig. 3-80
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9.27
Pick-up Roller Holder ASSY
(1) Turn the machine upside down.
(2) Push the link arm to the direction of the arrow 2, and turn the pick-up roller holder ASSY
to release the boss.
(3) Slide the pick-up roller holder ASSY to the direction of the arrow 3 to release it from the
shaft, and remove the pick-up roller holder ASSY from the main body.
Boss
Pick-up roller holder ASSY
Main body
2
3
Link arm
Fig. 3-81
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9.28
Rubber Foot
(1) Remove the two rubber foots from the main body.
Rubber foot
Rubber foot
Main body
Fig. 3-82
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9.29
Main PCB ASSY
(1) Turn the machine upside down.
(2) Disconnect the two flat cables and the five connectors from the main PCB ASSY.
(3) Remove the four taptite cup S M3x6 SR screws.
(4) Release the hook to remove the main PCB ASSY and the main PCB sheet.
Hook
Main PCB sheet
Taptite cup S
M3x6 SR
Connector
(Internal temperature sensor)
CN25
Main PCB ASSY
Main PCB ASSY
Taptite cup S
M3x6 SR
Flat cable
(main motor)
CN9
CN10
CN11
CN15
CN13
Connector
(T1 clutch ASSY)
Connector
(REG clutch ASSY)
CN14
Connector
(LVPS
harness ASSY)
Flat cable (paper eject
sensor PCB ASSY)
Fig. 3-83
Harness routing: Refer to “2. Registration front/rear sensor PCB ASSY”, “5. T1 clutch ASSY,
REG clutch ASSY”, “6. Paper eject sensor PCB ASSY”, “7. Main motor”,
“11. Low voltage power supply PCB ASSY”.
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9.30
T1 Clutch ASSY, REG Clutch ASSY
(1) Remove the harness of the T1 clutch ASSY and the REG clutch ASSY from the guides
of the main frame L ASSY.
(2) Release the hook to remove the T1 clutch ASSY.
(3) Release the hook to remove the REG clutch ASSY.
Guides
REG clutch ASSY
Hook
Hook
REG clutch ASSY
T1 clutch ASSY
Guides
T1 clutch ASSY
Main frame L ASSY
Fig. 3-84
Assembling Note:
• When wiring the harnesses of the T1 clutch ASSY and the REG clutch ASSY to the
guides of the main frame L ASSY, check that there is no slack in the harnesses.
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(4) Remove the FG spring regist from the motor drive sub ASSY and the conductive bearing 5.
(5) Remove the conductive bearing 5 from the pin of the main frame L ASSY, and turn it to
the direction of the arrow 5a until the releasing position, and pull out the conductive
bearing 5 from the registration roller shaft 2.
(6) Pull out the registration roller shaft 2.
Pin
5a
FG spring regist
Registration roller shaft 2
Conductive bearing 5
Motor drive sub ASSY
Fig. 3-85
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9.31
Main Frame L ASSY
(1) Remove the two taptite bind B M4x12 screws to remove the front chute ASSY.
(2) Remove the paper edge sensor harness ASSY from the guides of the main frame L
ASSY.
Front chute ASSY
Taptite bind B M4x12
Guides
Paper edge sensor
harness ASSY
(HL-2250DN/2270DW only)
Guide
Fig. 3-86
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(3) Place the machine so that the main frame L ASSY is at the top.
(4) Remove the LVPS harness ASSY from the guide of the main frame L ASSY.
(5) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw 5a (for Under bar).
(6) Remove the taptite cup S M3X6 SR screw 6a (for Chute ground plate), the taptite bind B
M4x12 screw 6b (for PF frame ASSY) and the taptite cup S M3x6 SR screw 6c (for FG
plate laser L).
(7) Release the hook to remove the feeder gear 17.
(8) Turn the feeder cam lever to the direction of the arrow, and remove the taptite bind B
M4x12 screw 8.
(9) Remove the taptite bind B M4x12 screw 9a and the two taptite cup S M3x6 SR screws 9b
to remove the main frame L ASSY.
LVPS harness ASSY
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR (9b)
Taptite cup S M3x6 SR (6c)
Main frame L ASSY
Feeder gear 17
Taptite bind B M4x12 (9a)
Taptite bind B M4x12
(6b)
Taptite cup S M3X6 SR
(6a)
Taptite bind B M4x12 (8)
Chute ground plate
Printer top side
(Printer body
upside down)
Feeder cam lever
FG plate MAIN PCB
Taptite bind B M4x12
(5a)
Chute ground plate
Under bar
Fig. 3-87
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the main frame L ASSY, check that there is the chute ground plate on
the upper side of the FG plate main PCB.
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9.32
Develop Drive Sub ASSY, Develop Gear Joint/52
(1) Remove the taptite cup S M3X6 SR screw and three taptite bind B M4x12 screws to
remove the develop drive sub ASSY.
1
Taptite bind B M4x12
3
2
Develop drive sub ASSY
Taptite cup S M3X6 SR
FG plate laser L
Fig. 3-88
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the develop drive sub ASSY, tighten the three taptite bind B M4x12
screws in numerical order written in the plate.
• Be careful not to bent the FG plate laser L.
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(2) Place the develop drive sub ASSY as shown in the figure below.
(3) Be careful not to damage the Hooks of the develop joint and release the hooks to
remove the develop joint, and then remove the develop joint spring and the develop gear
joint/52.
Hooks
Develop joint
Develop joint spring
Develop drive sub ASSY
Develop gear joint/52
Fig. 3-89
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9.33
Motor Drive Sub ASSY, Main Motor
(1) Remove the six taptite bind B M4x12 screws to remove the stopper and motor drive sub
ASSY.
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
Taptite bind B M4x12
2
4
3
5
6
Stopper
Motor drive sub ASSY
Fig. 3-90
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the motor drive sub ASSY, tighten the six taptite bind B M4x12
screws in numerical order written in the plate.
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(2) Place the motor drive sub ASSY as shown in the figure below.
(3) Remove the drum gear 26L/131L.
(4) Remove the three screw bind M3x4 screws to remove the main motor.
Drum gear 26L/131L
Motor drive sub ASSY
Screw bind M3x4
Screw bind M3x4
Main motor
Fig. 3-91
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9.34
Internal Temperature Sensor
(1) Remove the harness of the internal temperature sensor from the guide of the frame L
ASSY, and remove the internal temperature sensor.
Internal temperature sensor
Guide
Fig. 3-92
Harness routing: Refer to “3. Internal temperature sensor”.
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9.35
Paper Eject Sensor PCB ASSY
(1) Remove the taptite cup S M3x6 SR screw and the two taptite bind B M4x12 screws.
(2) Release the hooks to remove the main PCB shield.
Taptite bind B M4x12
1
2
Taptite cup S M3X6 SR
Main PCB shield
Hook
Hook
Fig. 3-93
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the main PCB shield, insert the flat cable of the paper eject sensor
PCB ASSY into the hole of the main PCB shield.
• When assembling the main PCB shield, tighten the two taptite bind B M4x12 screws in
numerical order written in the plate.
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(3) Release the hook to remove the paper eject sensor PCB ASSY from the pin of the main
frame L ASSY.
(4) Remove the harness of the paper eject sensor PCB ASSY from the guides of the main
frame L ASSY.
(5) Release the hooks to remove the back cover sensor.
Pin
Paper eject sensor PCB ASSY
Harness
Hook
Main frame L ASSY
Hook
Guides
Hook
Back cover sensor
Fig. 3-94
Assembling Note:
• When assembling the back cover sensor, attach it while pushing the center of the rear
side of the back cover sensor.
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Fuser Gear 28/34
(1) Remove the ejector gear 40.
(2) Remove the fuser gear 28/34.
Ejector gear 40
Fuser gear 28/34
Fig. 3-95
Gear position: Refer to “Paper eject & Duplex part”.
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ADJUSTMENTS AND UPDATING OF SETTINGS,
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CHAPTER 4 ADJUSTMENTS AND UPDATING OF SETTINGS,
REQUIRED AFTER PARTS REPLACEMENT
This chapter describes adjustments and updating of settings, which are required if the main
PCB ASSY and some other parts have been replaced. This chapter also covers how to
update the firmware.
CONTENTS
1. IF YOU REPLACE THE MAIN PCB ASSY................................................................... 4-1
1.1 Rewriting the firmware (Sub firmware, Main firmware).......................................... 4-2
1.1.1 Checking firmware version ......................................................................... 4-2
1.1.2 Rewriting the firmware using computer ...................................................... 4-2
1.2 Initialization of EEPROM of Main PCB ASSY (Maintenance Mode: Code 01)...... 4-3
1.3 Setting by Country (Maintenance Mode: Code 74) ............................................... 4-3
1.4 Setting the Serial Number ..................................................................................... 4-3
1.5 Inputting the Adjusted Value of the Laser Unit ...................................................... 4-4
1.6 Acquisition of White Level Data (Maintenance Mode: Code 55) ........................... 4-5
1.7 Operation Check of Sensors (Maintenance Mode: Code 32)................................ 4-5
2. IF YOU REPLACE THE LASER UNIT.......................................................................... 4-6
2.1 Inputting the Adjusted Value of the Laser Unit ...................................................... 4-6
3. IF THE IRREGULAR SUPPLY DETECTION ERROR IS DETECTED AND
THE LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB ASSY IS REPLACED .......................... 4-7
3.1 Reset of Irregular Power Supply Detection Counter.............................................. 4-7
3.1.1 Reset of irregular power supply detection counter using the PJL file......... 4-7
3.1.2 Reset of irregular power supply detection counter
using the maintenance utility ...................................................................... 4-7
4. IF YOU REPLACE THE DOCUMENT SCANNER UNIT .............................................. 4-9
4.1 Acquisition of White Level Data (Maintenance Mode: Code 55) ........................... 4-9
4.2 Scanning and Printing Check ................................................................................ 4-9
4.3 Placement of Scanner Unit in Position for Transportation
(Maintenance Mode: Code 06) .............................................................................. 4-9
5. IF YOU REPLACE THE PANEL UNIT .......................................................................... 4-9
5.1 Operation Check of LCD (Maintenance Mode: Code 12)...................................... 4-9
5.2 Operation Check of Control Panel Button (Maintenance Mode: Code 13)............ 4-9
6. IF YOU REPLACE THE LCD UNIT............................................................................. 4-10
6.1 Operation Check of LCD (Maintenance Mode: Code 12).................................... 4-10
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1. IF YOU REPLACE THE MAIN PCB ASSY
<What to do when replacing the main PCB ASSY>
• Rewriting the firmware (Sub firmware, Main firmware)
• Initialization of EEPROM of main PCB ASSY (Maintenance mode: code 01)
• Setting by country (Maintenance mode: code 74)
• Setting the serial number
• Acquisition of white level data (Maintenance mode: code 55)
• Operational check of sensors (Maintenance mode: code 32)
Note:
• Since the counters are reset when the main PCB ASSY is replaced, the consumables
and/ or periodical replacement parts might reach the end of the life before the
message is displayed.
<What you need to prepare>
(1) A USB cable
(2) Computer (Windows® XP/2000 or later)
Create a temporary folder on the C drive, for example.
(3) The maintenance tool (Mainte.zip)
Copy it into the temporary folder that has been created in the C drive. Extract the copied
file and execute “brmainte.exe” file by double-clicking it.
(4) The download utility (FILEDG32.EXE)
Copy it into the temporary folder that has been created in the C drive.
(5) The Brother maintenance USB printer driver (Maintenance_Driver.zip)
Copy it into the temporary folder that has been created in the C drive. Extract the copied
file.
(6) The firmware
Sub firmware
LZXXXX_$.upd*
Main firmware
LZXXXX_$.upd*
LZXXXX: First six digits are a parts number of the firmware.
$: Alphabet representing the revision of the firmware
* upd: Used to rewrite the firmware via a computer.
(7) Installing the maintenance driver. (Refer to APPENDIX 3.)
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1.1
Rewriting the firmware (Sub firmware, Main firmware)
The following two methods are available for rewriting the firmware (Sub firmware and Main firmware).
• Rewriting using a computer
1.1.1 Checking firmware version
Check if the firmware written on the main PCB ASSY is the latest version or not. If it is the latest
version, there is no need to write the firmware. If it is not, make sure to write the firmware to the
main PCB ASSY in accordance with “1.1.2 Rewriting the firmware using computer” in this chapter.
<How to check firmware version>
Press the 2 and 5 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode. Then, the
firmware version information is displayed on the LCD.
Note:
• You can check the firmware version of the Sub firmware and the Main firmware on the
display of the software version (Function code 25). (Refer to "1.4.10 Software version
check (Function code 25)" in Chapter 5.)
1.1.2 Rewriting the firmware using computer
Note:
• It is recommendable to rewrite 1) Sub firmware and 2) Main firmware in this order.
• DO NOT unplug the power cord of the machine or your computer or disconnect the USB
cable while rewriting the program files.
<Procedures>
(1) Turn the power switch of the machine off. Turn on the power as pressing the 5 button (For
models without numeric keys; Press the Number of Copies button or Duplex button.).
Check that “ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ” appears on the LCD.
(2) Connect the computer to the machine with the USB cable.
(3) Double-click the “FILEDG32.EXE” to start. The following screen appears. Select the
“Brother Maintenance USB Printer.”
(4) Drag and drop a program file that you want to rewrite (for instance, LZXXXX_$.upd) onto
the Brother Maintenance USB Printer icon in the screen shown above.
Note:
• After rewriting Sub firmware or Main firmware is completed, the machine returns to the
ready state. To continue rewriting the other program files, turn off the power switch of the
machine, and turn it on again as pressing the 5 buttons. Check that “ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ”
appears on the LCD and start rewriting.
(5) Upon completion of rewriting, the machine restarts and returns to the ready state automatically.
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1.2
Initialization of EEPROM of Main PCB ASSY (Maintenance Mode: Code 01)
Initialize the EEPROM in accordance with "1.4.1 EEPROM parameter initialization (Function
code 01, 91)" in Chapter 5.
1.3
Setting by Country (Maintenance Mode: Code 74)
Make appropriate settings by country in accordance with "1.4.20 Setting by country (Function
code 74)" in Chapter 5.
1.4
Setting the Serial Number
Note:
• The printer driver of the relevant model must have been installed.
<Procedures>
(1) Check that the machine is in the ready state, and then connect the USB cable.
(2) Double-click the “brmainte.exe” file (maintenance utility) which has been copied in the
temporary folder to start.
(3) Select “Input information” from Menu.
(4) Select the applicable model name.
(5) Check the port (USB) that the machine is connected through.
(6) Click “Serial No.” in the lower box. Enter the serial number (the fifteen digits) of the
machine into the box on the right hand side and click the OK button.
A confirmation window opens and shows the serial number. Check that it is correct and
click the OK button.
Memo:
• Refer to "APPENDIX 1 SERIAL NUMBERING SYSTEM" to know how to read the serial
number of the machine.
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1.5
Inputting the Adjusted Value of the Laser Unit
(1) Select Input Information from Menu.
(2) Select the applicable model name.
(3) Select “Adjust Scanner” from Menu.
(4) Check the port (USB) that the machine is connected through.
(5) Enter the figures (the last four digits) shown on the laser serial label attached on the
figure below. (Refer to Fig. 4-1 .)
(6) Click the OK button.
Laser serial label
Laser plate
Laser unit
Fig. 4-1
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1.6
Acquisition of White Level Data (Maintenance Mode: Code 55)
Acquire the white level data in accordance with "1.4.18 Acquisition of white level data (Function
code 55)" in Chapter 5.
1.7
Operation Check of Sensors (Maintenance Mode: Code 32)
Check performance of the sensors in accordance with "1.4.11 Operational check of sensors
(Function code 32)" in Chapter 5.
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2. IF YOU REPLACE THE LASER UNIT
2.1
Inputting the Adjusted Value of the Laser Unit
Note:
• The printer driver must have been installed.
(1) Double-click the “brmainte.exe” file (maintenance tool) to start.
(2) Select Input Information from Menu.
(3) Select the applicable model name.
(4) Select the “Adjust Scanner” from Menu.
(5) Check the port (USB) that the machine is connected through.
(6) Enter the figures (the last four digits) shown on the laser serial label attached on the
figure below. (Refer to Fig. 4-1 .)
(7) Click the OK button.
Laser serial label
Laser plate
Laser unit
Fig. 4-2
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3. IF THE IRREGULAR SUPPLY DETECTION
ERROR IS DETECTED AND THE LOW VOLTAGE
POWER SUPPLY PCB ASSY IS REPLACED
3.1
Reset of Irregular Power Supply Detection Counter
The irregular power supply detection counter is counted up when the machine detects
irregular power supply. If the counter reaches to the limit, the machine shows the service
error to replace the low-voltage power supply PCB because it might be damaged by
recursive irregular power supply.
3.1.1 Reset of irregular power supply detection counter using the PJL file
Note:
• The maintenance driver must have been installed. (Refer to APPENDIX 3.)
(1) Press the Menu button and then the Start button while the machine is in the ready state.
Next, press the
button four times to enter the maintenance mode.
The machine displays ■ ■ MAINTENANCE ■ ■ ■ on the LCD.
(2) Connect the PC to the machine with the USB cable.
(3) Double-click the “FILEDG32.EXE” to start. The following screen appears. Select the
“Brother Maintenance USB Printer”.
(4) Click the “Brother Maintenance USB Printer” icon to select. Drag the SQWAVE.PJL and
drop it.
3.1.2 Reset of irregular power supply detection counter using the
maintenance tool
Note:
• The printer driver of the relevant model must have been installed.
(1) Check that the machine is in the ready state, and then connect it to the PC with the USB
cable.
(2) Double-click “brmainte.exe” file (maintenance tool) copied to the temporary folder to
activate it.
(3) Click About.
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(4) The About window appears.
Double-click anywhere in the window as pressing the Shift key.
(5) The Password window appears.
Enter “replace” in the Password box, and then click the OK button.
The Password window disappears.
(6) Select “Input information” from Menu.
(7) “Printer Information” is displayed.
(8) Select the relevant model.
(9) Check the port (USB), which is connected to the machine.
(10) Select “Clear SQ-Wave Detected Count”.
(11) Click the check box of “ON” to put a check in it.
(12) Click the OK button.
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4. IF YOU REPLACE THE DOCUMENT
SCANNER UNIT
<What to do when replacing the document scanner unit>
• Acquisition of white level data (Maintenance mode: code 55)
• Scanning and printing check
• Placement of scanner unit in position for transportation (Maintenance mode: code 06)
4.1
Acquisition of White Level Data
(Maintenance Mode: Code 55)
Perform the acquisition of white level data and scanner area setting in accordance with
"1.4.18 Acquisition of white level data (Function code 55)" in Chapter 5.
4.2
Scanning and Printing Check
Scan the test chart TC-023 with ADF, and make sure there are no problem of the printed
image.
Make sure there are no problem of the ADF, scanner unit and the performance of recording
part.
4.3
Placement of Scanner Unit in Position for Transportation
(Maintenance Mode: Code 06)
Perform the placement of document scanner unit in the position for transportation in
accordance with "1.4.3 Placement of scanner unit in position for transportation (Function
code 06)" in Chapter 5.
5. IF YOU REPLACE THE PANEL UNIT
<What to do when replacing the panel unit or LCD unit>
• Operation check of LCD (Maintenance mode: code 12)
5.1
Operation Check of LCD (Maintenance Mode: Code 12)
Check performance of the LCD in accordance with "1.4.7 Operational check of LCD
(Function code 12)" in Chapter 5.
5.2
Operation Check of Control Panel Button (Maintenance Mode: Code 13)
Check performance of the control panel button in accordance with "1.4.8 Operational check
of control panel button (Function code 13)" in Chapter 5.
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6. IF YOU REPLACE THE LCD UNIT
<What to do when replacing the panel unit or LCD unit>
• Operation check of LCD (Maintenance mode: code 12)
6.1
Operation Check of LCD (Maintenance Mode: Code 12)
Check performance of the LCD in accordance with "1.4.7 Operational check of LCD
(Function code 12)" in Chapter 5.
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CHAPTER 5
SERVICE FUNCTIONS
CHAPTER 5 SERVICE FUNCTIONS
Describes the maintenance mode which is exclusively designed for the purpose of checking
the settings and adjustments using the buttons on the control panel.
This chapter also covers not-disclosed-to-users function menus, which activate settings and
functions or reset the parts life.
CONTENTS
1. MAINTENANCE MODE ................................................................................................ 5-1
1.1 How to Enter the Maintenance Mode .................................................................... 5-1
1.2 How to Enter the End User-accessible Maintenance Mode .................................. 5-1
1.3 List of Maintenance-mode Functions..................................................................... 5-2
1.4 Detailed Description of Maintenance-mode Functions .......................................... 5-3
1.4.1 EEPROM parameter initialization (Function code 01, 91).......................... 5-3
1.4.2 Printout of scanning compensation data (Function code 05) ..................... 5-4
1.4.3 Placement of scanner unit in position for transportation (Function code 06) ... 5-6
1.4.4 ADF performance test (Function code 08) ................................................. 5-6
1.4.5 Monochrome image quality test pattern (Function code 09) ...................... 5-7
1.4.6 Worker switch (WSW) setting and printout (Function code 10, 11) ............ 5-8
1.4.7 Operational check of LCD (Function code 12) ......................................... 5-12
1.4.8 Operational check of control panel button (Function code 13)................. 5-13
1.4.9 Adjustment of Handset Volume (Function code 16)
(Only for handset models) ........................................................................ 5-14
1.4.10 Software version check (Function code 25) ............................................. 5-15
1.4.11 Operational check of sensors (Function code 32).................................... 5-16
1.4.12 LAN connection status display (Function code 33) .................................. 5-18
1.4.13 PC print function (Function code 43)........................................................ 5-19
1.4.14 Not-disclosed-to-users functions (Function code 45) ............................... 5-22
1.4.15 EEPROM customizing (User-accessible) (Function code 52).................. 5-23
1.4.16 Received data transfer function (Function code 53) (FAX model only) .... 5-24
1.4.17 Fine adjustment of scan start/end positions (Function code 54) .............. 5-26
1.4.18 Acquisition of white level data (Function code 55) ................................... 5-27
1.4.19 Continuous print test (Function code 67) ................................................. 5-28
1.4.20 Setting by country (Function code 74)...................................................... 5-29
1.4.21 Printout of maintenance information (Function code 77).......................... 5-32
1.4.22 Operational check of fans (Function code 78).......................................... 5-33
1.4.23 Display of the machine history (log) (Function code 80) .......................... 5-34
1.4.24 Error code indication (Function code 82) ................................................. 5-38
1.4.25 Sending communication error list (Function code 87) (FAX model only) . 5-38
1.4.26 Counter reset after replacing the fuser unit and paper feeding kit
(Function code 88) ................................................................................... 5-39
1.4.27 Exit from the maintenance mode (Function code 99)............................... 5-39
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2. OTHER SERVICE FUNCTIONS ................................................................................. 5-40
2.1 Developer Roller Counter Reset Function........................................................... 5-40
2.2 Parts Life Reset Function .................................................................................... 5-40
2.3 Deletion of User Setting Information, etc............................................................. 5-41
2.4 Continue mode / Stop mode settings of Toner cartridge...................................... 5-42
2.5 Drum Cleaning..................................................................................................... 5-43
2.6 Deep Sleep Function ........................................................................................... 5-44
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1. MAINTENANCE MODE
The maintenance mode is exclusively designed for the checking, setting and adjustments of
the machine by using the buttons on the control panel. The EEPROM can be customized
according to the destination of the machine. Moreover, the operational check of the LCD,
operation panel board, and sensors, print test, display of the log information and error codes,
and change of the worker switches (WSW) can be performed.
1.1
How to Enter the Maintenance Mode
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the Menu button and then the Start button while the machine is in the ready state.
Next, press the
button four times to enter the maintenance mode.
Memo:
• Operation using Menu, *, 2, 8, 6 and 4 buttons is also available.
(2) The machine beeps for one second and displays “
” on the LCD,
indicating that it is placed in the initial state of the maintenance mode, a mode in which
the machine is ready to accept entry from the buttons.
(3) To select any of the maintenance mode functions shown in the next page, enter the
maintenance mode that you want to use using the buttons.
Memo:
• To exit from the maintenance mode and switch to ready state, press the 9 button twice
in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 99” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button, and the machine
returns to the ready state.
• When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns
to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
• When an incorrect maintenance mode is entered, the machine beeps for one second
and returns to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
1.2
How to Enter the End User-accessible Maintenance Mode
Basically, the maintenance-mode functions listed in the next page should be accessed by
service personnel only. However, you can allow end users to access some of these under the
guidance of service personnel by phone, for example.
The end user-accessible functions are shaded in the table given on the next page. (codes 06,
09, 10, 11, 12, 25, 43, 45, 52, 53, 54, 66, 68, 71, 72, 80, 82, 87, 88 and 91)
Function code 10 accesses the firmware switches, each of which has eight selectors.
The service personnel should instruct end users to follow the procedure given below.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the Menu, Start, Menu and
buttons in this order when the machine is in the
ready state. “MAINTENANCE 06” appears on the LCD.
(2) Press the
or
button to display the desired maintenance code on the LCD. Then
press the OK button.
To switch the machine back to the ready state, press the Stop/Exit button. When each of the
user-accessible functions is completed, the machine automatically returns to the ready state.
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1.3
List of Maintenance-mode Functions
Function
Code
Function
Refer to:
01
EEPROM parameter initialization
1.4.1 (5-3)
05
Printout of scanning compensation data
1.4.2 (5-4)
06
Placement of scanner unit in position for transportation
1.4.3 (5-6)
08
ADF performance test
1.4.4 (5-6)
09
Monochrome image quality test pattern
1.4.5 (5-7)
10
Worker switch (WSW) setting
1.4.6 [1] (5-8)
11
Printout of worker switch data
1.4.6 [2] (5-11)
12
Operation check of LCD
1.4.7 (5-12)
13
Operational check of control panel button
1.4.8 (5-13)
16
Adjustment of handset volume
1.4.9 (5-14)
25
Software version check
1.4.10 (5-15)
32
Operational check of sensors
1.4.11 (5-16)
33
LAN connection status display
1.4.12 (5-18)
43
PC print function
1.4.13 (5-19)
45
Not-disclosed-to-users functions
1.4.14 (5-22)
52
EEPROM customizing (User-accessible)
1.4.15 (5-23)
53
Received data transfer function
1.4.16 (5-24)
54
Fine adjustment of scan start/end positions
1.4.17 (5-26)
55
Acquisition of white level data
1.4.18 (5-27)
67
Continuous print test
1.4.19 (5-28)
74
Setting by country
1.4.20 (5-29)
77
Printout of maintenance information
1.4.21 (5-32)
78
Operational check of fans
1.4.22 (5-33)
80
Display of machine history (log)
1.4.23 (5-34)
82
Error code indication
1.4.24 (5-38)
87
Sending communication error list
1.4.25 (5-38)
88
Counter reset after replacing the fuser unit and paper
feeding kit
1.4.26 (5-39)
91
EEPROM parameter initialization
1.4.1 (5-3)
99
Exit from the maintenance mode
1.4.27 (5-39)
* The functions shaded in the table above are user-accessible.
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1.4
Detailed Description of Maintenance-mode Functions
1.4.1 EEPROM parameter initialization (Function code 01, 91)
<Function>
This function initializes the setting values of the operation parameters, user switches, and
worker switches (WSW) registered in the EEPROM.
Entering function code 01 initializes almost all of the EEPROM areas, but entering 91 does
not initialize some areas, as listed below.
Data item
Counter information
Error History
Function code 01
Function code 91
These will not be
initialized.
These will not be
initialized.
MAC Address (Ethernet Address)
Operation lock of the control panel password
Secure Function Lock
These will be
initialized.
Worker switch
Telephone function registration
One-touch dialing
Speed dialing
Group dialing
User switches (Items to be initialized when
resetting to the factory default settings)
These will be
initialized.
Function settings except user switches
(Items except the factory default settings)
- Languages
- Reprint
- Secure Print
- Interfaces
LAN area (Network settings)
PCL core area
(Emulation settings)
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 0 and 1 buttons (or the 9 and 1 buttons according to your need) in this order in
the initial state of the maintenance mode. In the case of the model without the numeric
keys; Press the
or
button. The “MAINTENANCE 01” appears on the LCD (or the
“MAINTENANCE 91” appears on the LCD to your need). Then press the OK button. The
“PARAMETER INIT” appears on the LCD.
(2) Upon completion of parameter initialization, the machine returns to the initial state of the
maintenance mode.
Note:
• Function code 01 is for service personnel. Function code 91 is for user support.
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1.4.2 Printout of scanning compensation data (Function code 05)
<Function>
The machine prints out the white and black level data for scanning compensation.
<Operating Procedure>
Note:
• Be sure to execute this operating procedure not immediately after the power is turned
ON, but after conducting the document scanning operation at least once in scanning.
Since the machine initializes the white and black level data and obtains the standard
value for document scanning compensation when starting scanning the document, the
correct data for compensation cannot be printed out even if this operation is
implemented without scanning the document.
• The print result varies depending on whether implementing color scanning or black and
white scanning immediately before this operating procedure. Make sure the white and
black level data you want to print and implement the operation below.
(1) For white and black scanning, copy the document. For color scanning, implement color
copy of the document.
(2) Press the 0 and 5 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode. In the
case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 05” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button. The “PRINTING”
will appear on the LCD, and the equipment prints out the scanning compensation data
list (Refer to Fig. 5-1) containing the following:
■ Black and white/color scanning
Note:
• In the case of the black and white scanning, the output data (B) and (R) are invalid.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
LED CURRENT DATA
LED pulse data 1(UP) (G)
LED pulse data 1(DOWN) (G)
LED pulse data 1(UP) (B)
LED pulse data 1(DOWN) (B)
LED pulse data 1(UP) (R)
LED pulse data 1(DOWN) (R)
REFH date
Background color compensated data
Black level data
White level data (G)
White level data (B)
White level data (R)
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1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
1 Bytes
1 Byte
by previous scanning pixel count
by previous scanning pixel count
by previous scanning pixel count
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■ Black and white scanning
Fig. 5-1
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1.4.3 Placement of scanner unit in position for transportation (Function code 06)
<Function>
This function is to move the scanner unit in position for transportation located at the left end.
When you fix the machine and check its operation, you need to perform this function last
before packing and shipping.
Note:
• Please instruct end users to perform this function if possible before packing and
shipping their FAX machine to a sales agent or a service dealer for the purpose of repair.
(For information on the procedure to make the user operate the maintenance mode,
refer to "1.2 How to Enter the End User-accessible Maintenance Mode" in this chapter.)
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 0 and 6 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode. In the
case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 06” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button. The scanner unit
moves to the designated position for transportation located at the left end. The
“MAINTENANCE 06” is displayed until the scanner unit is placed in position. When the
document scanner unit is placed in the position, the “SCAN LOCKED” appears on the
LCD.
(2) When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns to
the initial state of the maintenance mode.
Note:
• When the document scanner unit fails to move to the transport position or when the
maintenance mode: code 06 is executed while a reading error occurs, “SCAN LOCK
ERROR” appears.
• After moving the scanner unit to the transport position, you cannot perform the
scanning operation such as copy.
1.4.4 ADF performance test (Function code 08)
<Function>
The machine counts the documents fed by the automatic document feeder (ADF) and counts
the scanned document pages and displays the result on the LCD.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Load documents. (Do not exceed the paper capacity of the ADF.) “DOC.READY” is
displayed on the LCD.
(2) Press the 0 and 8 buttons in this order.
(3) While counting the documents, the machine feeds them in and out, displaying the
number of pages on the LCD as shown below.
ADF CHECK P.01
Current count (1st page in this example)
(4) When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns to
the initial state of the maintenance mode.
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1.4.5 Monochrome image quality test pattern (Function code 09)
<Function>
This function allows you to print various monochrome test patterns and check the quality and
if there is any image loss.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 0 and 9 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 09” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) Printing of the monochrome image quality test pattern (see the figure below) starts, and
when printing is finished, the machine beeps for one second and returns to the initial
state of the maintenance mode.
Fig. 5-2
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1.4.6 Worker switch (WSW) setting and printout (Function code 10, 11)
[1] Worker switch setting (Function code 10)
The machine incorporates the following worker switch functions which may be activated with
the procedures using the buttons on the control panel. The worker switches have been set at
the factory in conformity to the codes of each country. Do not disturb them unless necessary.
Some of these switches are disabled according to the model and specifications.
■ Worker switch
WSW No.
Function
WSW01
Dial pulse setting
WSW02
Tone signal setting
WSW03
PABX mode setting
WSW04
Transfer facility setting
WSW05
1st dial tone and busy tone detection
WSW06
Redial/Pause button setting and 2nd dial tone detection
WSW07
Dial tone setting 1
WSW08
Dial tone setting 2
WSW09
Protocol definition 1
WSW10
Protocol definition 2
WSW11
Busy tone setting
WSW12
Signal detection condition setting
WSW13
Modem setting
WSW14
AUTO ANS facility setting
WSW15
Redial facility setting
WSW16
Function setting 1
WSW17
Function setting 2
WSW18
Function setting 3
WSW19
Transmission speed setting
WSW20
Overseas communications mode setting
WSW21
TAD setting 1
WSW22
ECM and call waiting caller ID
WSW23
Communications setting
WSW24
TAD setting 2
WSW25
TAD setting 3
WSW26
Function setting 4
WSW27
Function setting 5
WSW28
Function setting 6
WSW29
Function setting 7
WSW30
Function setting 8
WSW31
Function setting 9
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WSW No.
Function
WSW32
Function setting 10
WSW33
Function setting 11
WSW34
Function setting 12
WSW35
Function setting 13
WSW36
Function setting 14
WSW37
Function setting 15
WSW38
V.34 transmission settings
WSW39
V.34 transmission speed
WSW40
V.34 modem settings
WSW41
ON-duration of the scanning light source
WSW42
Internet mail settings
WSW43
Function setting 16
WSW44
Speeding up scanning-1
WSW45
Speeding up scanning-2
WSW46
Monitor of power ON/OFF state and parallel port kept at high
WSW47
Switching between high-speed USB and full-speed USB
WSW48
USB setup latency
WSW49
End-of-copying beep
WSW50
SDAA settings
WSW51
Function setting 17
WSW52
Function setting 18
WSW53
Function setting 19
WSW54
Function setting 20
WSW55
Interval of time required for the developing bias voltage correction
WSW56
Function setting 21
WSW57
Function setting 22
WSW58
Function setting 23
WSW59
Function setting 24
WSW60
Function setting 25
WSW61
Scanning light intensity to judge to be stable 1
WSW62
Scanning light intensity to judge to be stable 2
WSW63
Function setting 26
WSW64
Setting the language/Default paper size
WSW65
Setting the paper support
WSW66
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
WSW67
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
WSW68
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
WSW69
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
WSW70
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
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WSW No.
Function
WSW71
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
WSW72
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
WSW73
Reserved (Change of the setting is prohibited)
WSW74
ADF stop control
WSW75
Paper feeding parameter for turning the document counter when the
machine takes action duplex scanning
WSW76
The limited number of the documents in reverse for paper ejection of the
simplex scanning from ADF
WSW77
The limited number of the documents in reverse for paper ejection of the
duplex scanning from ADF
WSW78
Recording stop function when the drum reaches the end of life
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 1 and 0 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 10” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The machine displays “WSW00” on the LCD and becomes ready to accept a worker
switch number.
(2) Enter the desired number from the worker switch numbers (01 through 78). The
following appears on the LCD. In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press
the
or
button. Select the desired worker switch number.
Selector 1
Selector 2
WSWXX = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(3) Enter a value to be set (0 or 1) using the 0 and 1 buttons. In the case of the model
without the numeric keys; If press the
button, it is changed to “1”. And press the
button, it is changed to “0”. Select the value by this method.
(4) Press the OK button. This operation saves the newly entered selector values onto the
EEPROM and readies the machine for accepting a worker switch number.
(5) Repeat steps (2) through (4) until the modification for the desired worker switches is
completed.
(6) When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns to
the initial state of the maintenance mode.
Note:
• To cancel this operation and return to the machine to the initial state of the maintenance
mode during the above procedure, press the Stop/Exit button.
• If there is a pause of more than one minute after a single-digit number is entered for
double-digit worker switch numbers, the machine will automatically return to the initial
state of the maintenance mode.
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[2] Printout of worker switch data (Function code 11)
<Function>
The machine prints out the setting items of the worker switches and their contents specified.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 1 button twice in the initial state of the maintenance mode. In the case of the
model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The “MAINTENANCE 11”
appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button. The “PRINTING” will appear on the LCD.
(2) Printing of CONFIGURATION LIST (see the figure below) starts, and when printing is
finished, the machine beeps for one second and returns to the initial state of the
maintenance mode.
Fig. 5-3
Note:
• The function names specific to multi-function machines are printed in
CONFIGURATION LIST for convenience of program development. They are invalid in
this product and should be ignored.
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1.4.7 Operational check of LCD (Function code 12)
<Function>
This function allows you to check whether the LCD on the control panel works normally.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 1 and 2 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 12” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button. The LCD shows.
(2) Each time you press the Start button, the LCD cycles through the displays as shown
below.
(3) When the Stop/Exit button is pressed regardless of the display, the machine cancels the
operation, beeps for one second and returns to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
<For models with Backlight>
(For all countries)
MFC-7860DN / 7860DW
DCP-7065DN / 7070DW
HL-2280DW
(Only for China)
MFC-7360 / 7470D
DCP-7055 / 7060D
ModeKey LED: Constantly blinking (only MFC)
Display 1
Backlight : Not lit
<For models without Backlight>
(For all countries)
DCP-7057 / 7057E
MFC-7360N / 7362N / 7460DN
(Except for China)
DCP-7055 / 7060D
MFC-7360 / 7470D
When the Start button is pressed,
the LED display cycles in the following order:
Display 1 → Display 2 → Display 3 → Display 1 • • •
Press the Stop button to stop cycling.
ModeKey LED: Constantly blinking (only MFC)
Display 2
Display 1
Backlight : Not lit
Backlight : Not lit
Display 3
Display 2
Backlight : Not lit
Backlight : Not lit
Display 4
Display 3
Backlight : Not lit
Backlight : Lit
Display 5
Backlight : Lit
Display 6
Backlight : Lit
Fig. 5-4
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1.4.8 Operational check of control panel button (Function code 13)
<Function>
This function allows you to check if the buttons on the control panel work properly.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 1 and 3 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 13” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The “00” will appear on the LCD.
(2) Press the buttons in the order designated in the illustration shown below. The LCD
shows the corresponding number in decimal notation each time a button is pressed.
Check that the displayed number is correct by referring to the illustration below.
When the buttons are pressed in an incorrect order, a warning beep goes off and
“INVALID OPERATE” appears on the LCD at the same time. Press the Stop/Exit button,
and the press the correct buttons.
(3) After the last number button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns
to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
Memo:
• When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns
to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
■ MFC-7460DN/7470D/7860DN/7860DW
1
6
7
8
19
2
9
3
4
5
10
12
11
17
13
22
14
15
18
21
23
20
16
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
36
37
Fig. 5-5
■ MFC-7360/7360N
1
6
7
8
17
2
9
3
4
5
15
10
11
12
13
14
16
19
20
21
18
34
35
Fig. 5-6
■ HL-2280DW/DCP-7055/7057E/7060D/7065DN/7070DW
1
5
2
7
10
9
3
6
4
8
11
Fig. 5-7
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1.4.9 Adjustment of Handset Volume (Function code 16)
(Only for handset models)
<Function>
This function is to adjust the handset volume when it is set to Volume Amplify.
(The adjustment is valid only when the Volume Amplify is set, and only “Low ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ High”
can be set.)
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 1 and 6 keys in this order in the initial stage of the maintenance mode.
The “Low ■ ■ ■ ■ High” will appear on the LCD.
(2) Press the Start button.
The “Low ■ ■ ■ ■ High 5B” will appear on the LCD.
The above “5B” indicates the setting value. The value varies with setting condition.
(3) When press any one of the 1,3,4 or 6 key, value will be changed as follows
1: The value is decreased by 10H.
3: The value is increased by 10H.
4: The value is decreased by 1H.
6: The value is increased by 1H.
When the value is increased, the handset volume is decreased, and vice versa.
The adjustment range is from 00H to 7FH.
(4) Check the handset volume by listening to the actual sound. If the volume is adjusted
properly, press the OK button.
The machine will write the adjusted level onto the ROM.
(5) Press the Stop/Exit button so that the machine returns to the initial stage of the
maintenance mode.
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1.4.10 Software version check (Function code 25)
<Function>
This function allows you to check the management information of the software programs
such as version information, check sum.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 2 and 5 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 25” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The machine displays each of items described below on the LCD.
(2) Press the
or
button to check the next item.
(3) When the Stop/Exit button is pressed regardless of the display, the machine cancels the
operation, beeps for one second and returns to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
LCD
TOTAL: Ver
Description
A *1
PCL: Ver 1.00(P)
Main firmware version information(A): Revision information
*1
Sub firmware (PCL/PS) version information
ENG: Ver1.00
Engine firmware version information
NET: Ver 1.00
Network program version information
i0801170900:0000
B09014151027:AF57
I-FAX firmware version information
*1
Boot program creation date
U09040911553:A668 *1 Main firmware creation date
D09041191021:2E8F *1 Demo firmware data creation date
P09040031122:FC00 *1 Sub firmware (PCL/PS) creation date
ROM Check Sum
Check sum self-diagnosis function *2
*1 How to display the check sum information
Press the OK button when its version information is displayed on the LCD to display
the check sum information. Press the OK button again to go back to the version
information display. Press the
or
button to check the next item.
Note:
• Regarding the version information (Network and I-FAX) of which check sum
information cannot be obtained, the check sum information is not displayed even
if you press the OK button.
*2 There are two types of check sum information which can be checked with this
function. This function checks if these two types of check sum information are
matched each other. When you press the OK button while “ROM Check Sum” is
displayed, check is automatically conducted for each ROM of each software part.
When the check sum is matched, “OK” is displayed on the LCD. When all ROMs
result in OK, “ROM Check Sum OK” is displayed at the end, and the operation is
finished. When the check sum of any ROM is not matched, “NG” is displayed, and
the display stops.
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1.4.11 Operational check of sensors (Function code 32)
<Function>
This function allows you to check each of the sensors.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 3 and 2 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 32” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) The machine beeps 1,100 Hz and 400 Hz tones cyclically through the following volumes
for testing the speaker. To stop beeping, press the OK button.
Low
400 Hz
Medium
High
OFF
OFF
High
1,100 Hz
Medium
Low
If the sensing status are as listed below, the LCD will show “RIRCNTRMRAPOCV_ _”,
“DFDRAC” appears on the LCD.
Press the Start button to check the next item.
Given below is the relationship between the LCD indication, sensor name and sensor
state.
LCD
Sensors
Display
Nondisplay
R1
Paper edge sensor
No paper
Paper set
RC
Back cover sensor / DX Tray
Cover closed
Cover open
NT
New toner sensor
ON
OFF
RM
Registration front sensor
No paper
Paper set
RA
Registration rear sensor
No paper
Paper set
PO
Paper eject sensor
No paper
Paper set
CV
Front cover sensor
Cover closed
Cover open
Measured value
displayed
NG
40
Internal temperature sensor
(Last two
digits)
<Display only models with ADF>
LCD
Sensors
Sensor status (ON)
Sensor status (OFF)
DF
Document detection sensor
No paper
Paper set
DR
Document scanning position
detection sensor
No paper
Paper set
AC
ADF cover open sensor
Cover closed
Cover open
Note:
• The “--” appears on the LCD if there is no display.
• The “**” appears on the LCD if the parts are not installed or there is no item.
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(3) Check that the display on the LCD is changed when the detection condition of each
sensor is changed. For instance, insert paper to the document detection sensor or the
registration front (rear) sensor, open the front cover or the back cover, etc.
(4) When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns to
the initial state of the maintenance mode.
■ Location of sensors
Registration rear actuator
Paper eject actuator
Registration front actuator
Front cover sensor
Front cover actuator
Paper eject sensor
Back cover sensor/
Duplex tray sensor
Registration
sensor PCB
Paper edge sensor
Internal temperature sensor
New toner sensor PCB ASSY
Paper edge actuator
New toner actuator
Fig. 5-8
Document detection actuator
Document scanning position
detection sensor
ADF cover open actuator
Document scanning
position actuator
Document detection / ADF cover open sensor
Fig. 5-9
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1.4.12 LAN connection status display (Function code 33)
<Function>
This function allows you to check the status of the wired LAN connection. The display items
are shown in the table below.
LCD
LAN connection status
Active 100B-FD
100BASE-T Full Duplex
Active 100B-HD
100BASE-T Half Duplex
Active 10B-FD
10BASE-T Full Duplex
Active 10B-HD
10BASE-T Half Duplex
Inactive
Not connected.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 3 button twice in the initial state of the maintenance mode. In the case of the
model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The “MAINTENANCE 33”
appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) The display items in the table above are displayed.
(3) Press the Stop/Exit button to return to the machine to the initial state of the maintenance
mode.
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1.4.13 PC print function (Function code 43)
<Function>
This function allows the machine change that the setting of each computer printing function
indicated to the following function settings.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 4 and 3 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 43” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The “Manual Feed” will appear on the LCD.
(2) Press the
or
button to select the function you want to set and press the OK button.
(3) When select the unchanging (On/Off) parameter, press the
or
button, or change
the parameter using the numeric buttons. And press the OK button.
When you select a parameter to input a numeric value, directly input a numeric value
from the ten-key pad and press the OK button.
(4) Press the Stop/Exit button so that the buzzer for one second and returns to the initial
state of the maintenance mode.
■ Function setting
LCD
Description
Set value
Initial
value
Manual Feed
Switching of the Manual Feed
On/Off
Off
Resolution
Resolution to print
300/600/1,200 dpi
600
Toner Save
Switching of the Toner Save
On/Off
Off
Density
Switching of the Density level
-6 to 6
0
JB-Can Time
Setting of the time until the host 0 to 225 (seconds)
time-out at the Job Cancel
4
Sleep Time
Setting of the time until enter
the Sleep Mode
0 to 99 (minutes)
5
Page Protection
Switching of the protection of
the page memory
Off/Letter/A4/Legal/Auto
Emulation
Switching of the emulation
Auto/HP/PS
Auto I/F Time
Switching of the I/F open time
1 to 99 (seconds)
Media Type
Switching of the recording
paper type
Thin/Plain/Thick/
Thicker/Trancparency/
Recycled/Bond/
Envlopes/EnvThin/
EnvThick
Paper Size
Switching of the area of develop Letter/Legal/A4/
the image
Executive/B5/JISB5/A5/
B6/A6/Monarch/C5/
COM10/DL/DLL/A4Long
/PostCard/Folio
Copies
Switching of the print copiess
1 to 99 (pages)
Orientation
Switching of the print direction
PortLait/Landscape
P-Pos X-Offset
Switching of the offset print
position of the landscape
orientation
-500 to 500 (1/300 dpi)
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Auto
5
Plain
or
Thin
Letter
or
A4
1
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LCD
Description
Set value
-500 to 500 (1/300 dpi)
Initial
value
P-Pos Y-Offset
Switching of the offset print
position of the portrait
orientation
0
AutoFF
Switching of the auto form feed On/Off
AutoFF Time
Switching of the time-out period 1 to 99 (seconds)
of the auto form feed
FF Surpress
Switching of the FF Suppress
On/Off
Off
Auto LF
Switching of the auto LF
On/Off
Off
Auto CR
Switching of the auto CR
On/Off
Off
Auto WRAP
Switching of the auto CRLF at
the print width
On/Off
Off
Auto Skip
Switching of the Skip at the
backend/tip of the paper
On/Off
On
Left Margin
Switching of the margin at the
left end
0 to 145 (columus)
0
Right Margin
Switching of the margin at the
right end
10 to 155 (columus)
80
Top Margin
Switching of the margin at the
upper end
0 to 2.00 (inches)
0.5
Bottom Margin
Switching of the margin at the
bottom end
0 to 2.00 (inches)
0.5
Lines
Number of the text lines in the
page
5 to 128 (lines)
60
Error Print
Switching of the ErrorPrint of
the PostScript
On/Off
On
Off
5
■ Detail description
LCD
Detail description
Manual Feed
Effective for the print from the computer, or for the print of the
NetWorkConfig/TestPrint/Fontlist/Configuration from the panel. When
select the tray on the computer, the setting becomes effective. And this
setting is ignored.
Resolution
Effective only for the print from the computer. When set the Resolution
on the computer, the setting becomes effective. And this setting is
ignored.
Toner Save
Effective for all print, and change the setting of the Function Menu.
However, as for the Copy, this setting becomes invalid. When set the
Toner Save or the computer, the setting becomes effective. And this
setting is ignored.
Density
Effective for the print from the computer, or for the print of the
NetWorkConfig/TestPrint/FontList/Configuration from the panel. Link the
setting of the Toner Save. Judge the both setting, and decide the
density. When set the Density or the computer, the setting becomes
effective. And this setting is ignored.
JB-Can Time
Configure the setting for until the host time-out at the Job Cancel. The
setting value is the second time scale.
Sleep Time
Configure the setting for the time until shift to the Sleep Time. Change
the setting of the Function Menu.
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LCD
Detail description
Page Protection
Configure the setting to protect the page memory, when recording in
computer. Set in the PCL-Core. There is not the influence of the memory
management problem of the MFC.
Emulation
Configure the setting for the Emulation. Change the setting of the
Function Menu. When the data include the ENTER LANGUAGE, the
setting becomes effective. And this setting is ignored.
Auto I/F Time
Configure the setting for the interface open time. The function is in the
PC-Print. When the PC-Scan/Remote-SetUp works on the way, the
setting becomes invalid.
Media Type
Effective for the print from the computer. When set the type of the
recording paper on the computer, the setting becomes effective. And this
setting is ignored. The default value is different by the country setting.
China is the Thin, and others are the Plain.
Paper Size
Switching of the area of develop the image. Does not set the Paper Size
of the Menu, set the drawing size of the PC-Print. When set the size of
the recording paper on the computer, the setting becomes effective. And
this setting is ignored. The default value is different by the country
setting. U.S.A/Canada are the Letter, and others are the A4.
Copies
Effective for the print from the computer. When set the number of the
copies on the computer, the setting becomes effective. And this setting
is ignored.
Orientation
Configure the switching for the print direction. Effective for the print from
the computer.
P-Pos X-Offset
Configure the setting for the offset print position of the landscape
orientation. Effective for the print from the computer. When set the
X-Offset on the computer, the setting becomes effective. And this setting
is ignored.
P-Pos Y-Offset
Configure the setting for the offset print position of the portrait
orientation. Effective for the print from the computer. When set the
Y-Offset on the computer, the setting becomes effective. And this setting
is ignored.
AutoFF
Configure the setting for the ON/OFF of the Auto Form Feed. Effective
for the print from the computer.
AutoFF Time
Configure the setting for the Time Out, when the Auto Form Feed is ON.
FF Surpress
Configure the setting for the skip of the blank page. Effective for the print
from the computer. The blank data in the Copy/Fax cannot be turned
ON/OFF in this setting.
Auto LF
Configure the setting for the auto line feed.
Auto CR
Configure the setting for the auto Carriage Return.
Auto WRAP
Configure the setting for the auto CRLF at the print width.
Auto Skip
Configure the setting for the skip at the back-end/tip of the recording
paper and add the blank space.
Left Margin
Configure the setting for the column space at the left end.
Right Margin
Configure the setting for the column space at the right end.
Top Margin
Configure the setting for the space at the upper end.
Bottom Margin
Configure the setting for the space at the bottom end.
Lines
Configure the setting for the number of the lines in the PCL.
Error Print
Configure the setting for the Error Print of the BR-Script 3.
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1.4.14 Not-disclosed-to-users functions (Function code 45)
■ Changing return value of USB No.
<Function>
When the OS of the computer is Windows Vista®, and the computer is connected to a device
through USB 2.0 full speed, the OS might fail to get the serial No. of the USB device
depending on the computer and USB device. When the OS fails to get the serial No., the
return value may continue to increase every time the device is connected to the computer.
To avoid this problem, the return value of the serial No. is dropped to “0”.
LCD
Detail description
USBNo. =ON
Returns the serial No. of the device. (default)
USBNo. =OFF
Returns “0”.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 4 and 5 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 45” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The “USBNo.” will appear on the LCD. Then, press the OK button.
(2) Press the
or
button to select “USB No. = ON” or “USB No. = OFF,” and then press
the OK or Start button.
(3) “Accepted” is displayed on the LCD, and the product goes back to the initial state of the
maintenance mode.
(4) Turn the power switch of the machine OFF.
Note:
• This mode is enabled when the power of the machine is turned OFF and ON.
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1.4.15 EEPROM customizing (User-accessible) (Function code 52)
<Function>
This function allows users to customize the EEPROM settings such as language, function
settings or worker switch settings.
Note:
• This function is applicable to France and surrounding countries, Pan-Nordic, East
Europe, Oceania and Iberia areas only.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the Menu, Start and Menu buttons in this order in the ready state.
The “0” will appear on the LCD.
(2) Press the 5 and 2 buttons in this order. In the case of the model without the numeric
keys; Press the
or
button. The “MAINTENANCE 52” appears on the LCD. Then
press the OK button.
The “Set Country/Press OK” will appear on the LCD.
(3) Press the OK button. The country name will appear on the LCD.
Note:
• The country name indicated on the LCD varies depending on the area (code input in
Function code 74) as shown in the table below.
Belgium
Netherlands
France and
surrounding Oceania Pan-Nordic Iberia
East Europe
countries
Deutschland France
Australia Norge
España österreich
Germany
Austria
België /
Belgique
Nederland österreich België /
Belgique
Nederland
New
Zealand
Suerige
Portugal Ceska
republika
Suomi
Magyarorazág
Danmark
Polska
Others
România
Slovensko
Others
South Africa
Turkey
Gulf
South Africa
Türkiye
Others
(4) Press the
or
button to display the country name where the machine is used. Press
the OK button while the country name is being indicated. The EEPROM is customized,
and the machine returns to the ready state.
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1.4.16 Received data transfer function (Function code 53) (FAX model only)
<Function>
This function transfers received FAX data to another machine. It is useful when the machine
cannot print received data due to the printing mechanism being defective.
Note:
• This function transfers received FAX file to another machine. It is useful when the
machine cannot print received FAX file due to the printing mechanism being defective.
• If there are both color and monochrome data in a FAX file to be transferred, the
monochrome data will be transferred first. If the receiver machine does not support the
color function, the sender machine cannot transfer color data, resulting in an error.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 5 and 3 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
The “FAX TRANSFER” appears on the LCD.
• To check the number of received files, press the 1 button. The “1.NO. OF JOBS”
appears on the LCD.Press the OK button, and the number of received files appears,
just as “NO. OF. JOBS: 10.”
• To transfer the activity report only, press the 2 button. The “2.ACTIVITY” appears on
the LCD.
• To transfer received files (together with the activity report), press the 3 button.
The “3.DOCUMENTS” appears on the LCD. Note that if there is no received file, the
“NO DOCUMENTS” appears.
• To transfer the communication list for the latest communication, press the 4 button.
The “4.COM.LIST (NEW)” appears.
• To transfer the communication list for last three errors, press the 5 button.
The “5.COM.LIST (ERR3)” appears on the LCD.
(2) With the “2.ACTIVITY,” “3.DOCUMENTS,” “4.COM.LIST (NEW),” or “5.COM.LIST
(ERR3)” being displayed, press the OK button. The “ENTER NO & SET” appears on the
LCD.
(3) Enter the telephone number of the receiver machine and press the OK button again.
(4) The machine displays the “ACCEPTED” for approximately two seconds and starts
dialing to transfer data.
Note:
• Be sure to type the telephone number with the numerical buttons. No one-touch dialing
is allowed in this procedure.
• No station ID will be attached. A cover page and end page as shown on the next page
will be automatically attached, instead.
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■ Cover page sample
Job number
Total number of page to be transferred
Station ID registered in the sender equipment
FAX number of the sender equipment
Telephone number of the sender equipment
Transfer start date
Model code
Boot ROM info
ROM info
Serial number
Fig. 5-10
■ End page sample
Job number
Total number of pages transferred
Station ID registered in the sender equipment
FAX number of the sender equipment
Telephone number of the sender equipment
Error codes
Fig. 5-11
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1.4.17 Fine adjustment of scan start/end positions (Function code 54)
<Function>
This function allows you to adjust the scan start/end positions on the ADF and FB unit.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 5 and 4 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 54” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The “SCAN START ADJ.” will appear on the LCD.
(2) The “
: ADF
: FB” will appear after two seconds. Select one of them that you want
to adjust the start position. If you want to adjust the start position of the ADF,
press
button, and if you want to adjust that of the FB unit, press
button.
(3) Press the
or
button to display the present compensation level for the start position.
Compensation levels can be adjusted in 11 steps from +5 to -5 (mm).
(4) Press the
button to increase the correction value and the button to lower it.
When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns to
the initial state of the maintenance mode.
(5) Set the compensation level and press the OK button. The “ACCEPTED” will appear on
the LCD. One second later, the machine “
: ADF
: FB” will appear on the LCD.
(6) Press the Stop/Exit button when finish the adjustment. The machine beeps for one
second and returns to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
The correlation between the scan start/end positions and compensation levels is shown below.
5 and 4 buttons select
OK button
2 seconds later
Stop/Exit button
or
button
Stop/Exit button
button
button
OK button
Fig. 5-12
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1.4.18 Acquisition of white level data (Function code 55)
<Function>
This function allows you to acquire the white level of the scanner unit and save it to the
EEPROM of the main PCB.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 5 button twice in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 55” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) The “Press START” will appear on the LCD. Press the Start button.
The “SCANNER AREA SET” will appear on the LCD.
(3) After a few seconds, the machine saves the compensation of the white level data/
scanning width in the EEPROM, beeps for one second, and returns to the initial state of
the maintenance mode.
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1.4.19 Continuous print test (Function code 67)
<Function>
This function allows you to conduct the pick-up and delivery test as printing patterns.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 6 and 7 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 67” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) When “SELECT: A4” is displayed on the LCD, select a relevant paper size
using
or
button, and then press the OK button.
The available paper sizes are shown below.
LCD
SELECT: A4
SELECT: LETTER
SELECT: LEGAL
SELECT: A5
SELECT: B6
SELECT: A6
(3) When “SELECT: TRAY1” is displayed on the LCD, press the
print format, and press the OK button.
or
button to select the
The available print formats are shown below.
LCD
SELECT: TRAY1
SELECT: TRAY1 DX
(4) The “PAPER FEED TEST” appears on the LCD, and print of the continuous print pattern
with the selected pick-up test items starts.
(5) Press the Stop/Exit button to return to the machine to the initial state of the maintenance
mode.
Note:
• The test printing is stopped until there is no paper in a tray. Press the Stop/Exit button
to stop if you check the paper feeding and ejecting operations. (Printing is resumed
when paper is loaded in the tray.)
• In the case that the error occurs during test printing, the continuous print is terminated.
(If you do not press the Cancel button, printing is resumed when the error is cleared.)
• To clear the error, remove the error factors, and then press the Start button.
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1.4.20 Setting by country (Function code 74)
<Function>
This function allows you to customize the machine according to language, function settings,
and worker switch settings.
Note:
• When you replace the main PCB ASSY and rewrite the firmware forcibly, be sure to
carry out this procedure.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 7 and 4 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 74” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The present country code is displayed.
(2) Enter the desired country code (e.g., MFC-7860DW (U.S.A): 0201).
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button several
times. The desired number appears on the LCD. Then repeat this operation for each
number.
The newly entered code appears.
Note:
• The machine does not work properly when an incorrect code is entered.
(3) Press the OK button. In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the Start
button. The machine saves the setting and displays the “PARAMETER INIT” on the
LCD. The machine beeps for one second and returns to the initial state of the
maintenance mode.
Memo:
• When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, or when no button is pressed for one second
procedure during the above procedure, the machine cancels the above, beeps for one
second and returns to the initial state of the maintenance mode. In this case, the
modified setting data is not saved.
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■ Setting by country code list
Country
DCP-7055
DCP-7057
DCP-7060D
DCP-7065DN
HL-2280DW
DCP-7070DW
U.S.A.
Canada
Brazil
Argentina /
Chile
Germany
U.K. / Ireland
France
Belgium
Netherlands
Spain
Italy
Portugal
Switzerland
Austria
Pan-Nordic
Norway
Sweden
Finland
Denmark
Slovakia
Bulgaria
Rumania
Czech
Hungary
Poland
Russia
EEU General
South Africa
Turkey
Australia
New Zealand
Asia
Gulf
Iran
India
Korea
China
Philippines
Taiwan
0001
--0042
-------
0001
0002
---
0001
0002
0042
0001
0002
---
-------
0036
---
---
0036
---
---
3053(3003)
3004
3055(3004)
3055(3008)
3055(3004)
3065(3015)
3004
3065(3004)
3004
3053(3014)
3004
--------------------3004
3004
----2004
2004
0004
1004
8004
0045
--2020
-----
------------3104
------3104
--------------------3104
---------------------------
3053(3004)
3004
3055(3004)
3055(3008)
3055(3004)
3065(3015)
3004
3065(3004)
3004
3053(3014)
3004
--------------------3004
3004
----2004
2004
0004
------------0023
3053(3004)
3004
3055(3005)
3055(3008)
3055(3009)
3066(3015)
3066(3004)
3066(3004)
3004
3053(3014)
3004
--------------------3004
3004
----2004
2004
--1004
--------0021
---
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
3153(3104)
3104
3155(3105)
3155(3108)
3155(3109)
--------3153(3114)
3104
--------------------3104
3104
-------------------------
* Country codes are subject to change without notice.
Note:
• The information in this page is as of September 2010.
For information on the latest code settings, see the ROM/firmware information provided by
Brother.
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Country
MFC-7360
U.S.A.
--Canada
--Brazil
--Argentina /
--Chile
Germany
--U.K. / Ireland
--France
--Belgium
--Netherlands
--Spain
--Italy
--Portugal
--Switzerland
--Austria
--Pan-Nordic
--Norway
--Sweden
--Finland
--Denmark
--Slovakia
--Bulgaria
--Rumania
--Czech
--Hungary
--Poland
--Russia
--EEU General
--South Africa 0074(0024)
Turkey
0074(0025)
Australia
--New Zealand
--Asia
0040
Gulf
0074(0041)
Iran
8041
India
0045
Korea
0040
China
2020
Philippines
--Taiwan
0023
MFC-7360N
MFC-7460DN
MFC-7470D
MFC-7860DN MFC-7860DW
0001
0002
0042
0001
0002
0042
-------
-------
0201
0202
0242
0036
0036
---
---
0236
2053(2003)
2004
2005
2008
2009
2065(2015)
2016
2065(2018)
2010
2053(2014)
2057
2057(2007)
2057(2026)
2057(2012)
2057(2013)
2088(2033)
2088(2032)
2088(2033)
2088(2037)
2088(2039)
2039
2048
2088
----2056(2006)
2056(2027)
-----------------
2053(2003)
2004
2005
2008
2009
2065(2015)
2016
2065(2018)
2010
2053(2014)
2057
2057(2007)
2057(2026)
2057(2012)
2057(2013)
2088(2030)
2088(2032)
2088(2033)
2088(2037)
2088(2038)
2039
--2088
----2056(2006)
2056(2027)
--------------0023
------------------------------------------------------0040
0041
----0040
2020
0021
---
--------------------------------------------------------------0140
2120
-----
2253(2203)
2204
2205
2258(2208)
2258(2209)
2265(2215)
2216
2265(2218)
2210
2253(2214)
2257
2257(2207)
2257(2226)
2257(2212)
2257(2213)
----------2239
2248
--0274(0224)
0274(0225)
2256(2206)
2256(2227)
0240
0274(0241)
--0245
----0221
0223
* Country codes are subject to change without notice.
Note:
• The information in this page is as of September 2010.
For information on the latest code settings, see the ROM/firmware information provided by
Brother.
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1.4.21 Printout of maintenance information (Function code 77)
<Function>
This function is to print out log information.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 7 button twice in the initial stage of the maintenance mode. The
“MAINTENANCE 77” will appear on the LCD.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 77” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) The machine prints out a list of log information. Upon completion of printing, the machine
returns to the initial state of the maintenance mode. The example of the log information
is shown below.
■ Maintenance information
Fig. 5-13
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1.4.22 Operational check of fans (Function code 78)
<Function>
This function is to check whether each of fans is operating correctly or not.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 7 and 8 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 78” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The indication will appear on the LCD as shown in the figure below.
(2) Press the Start button to check the next item. For operation check, spin or stop fans
actually on each item.
(3) Press the Stop/Exit button so that the machine stops checking the fans, beeps for one
second and returns to the initial state of the maintenance mode.
FAN: 100%
FAN: 50%
FAN: OFF
Fig. 5-14
■ Location of fans
Exhaust
Fan
Fig. 5-15
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1.4.23 Display of the machine history (log) (Function code 80)
<Function>
This function allows you to view the machine’s history (log). The display items are shown in
the table below.
LCD
Description
Serial *1
USB:
Serial number
PCB Serial
PCB:
Main PCB serial number
Drum related items DRUM:
Number of drum rotations
DRUM_PG:
Number of printed pages by drum
DRUM_CH: *2
Number of times the drum unit has been
replaced/
Date of last replacement
Toner related items KTN_PG1:
Average print rate
related items *3
Number of printed pages by black toner
KTN_PG2:
Number of printed pages before previous
reset of black toner
KTN_ERM:
Remaining toner amount of black toner
(the calculated value in dots)
KTN_RRM:
Remaining toner amount of black toner
(the remaining amount based on the
number of rotation of the developer roller)
KTNR_CH: *2
Number of times the black toner has been
replaced/
Date of last replacement
KTNR_RND:
Black toner developer roller count
KCVRGUSI:
Average black coverage% (Toner in use)
KCVRGACC:
Average black coverage% (Accumulated)
Print pages related TTL_PG:
items
TTLCOPY:
Picked-up pages
by tray
Total number of printed pages
Number of copy pages
TTLPCPT:
Number of PC prints made
TTLFAX:
Number of List/FAX outputs made
TR1_PG:
Number of pages picked up from the paper
tray1
MN_PG:
Number of pages picked up from the MP
tray
DX_PG:
Number of sheets picked up from the DX
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LCD
Picked-up pages
by paper size
Description
A4+LTR:
Number of A4/Letter size sheets picked up
LG+F0L:
Number of Legal/Folio size sheets picked
up
B5+EXE:
Number of B5/Executive size sheets picked
up
ENVLOP:
Number of envelopes picked up
A5:
Number of A5 size (including A5R) sheets
picked up
OTHER:
Number of other-size (including JIS B6)
sheets picked up
Print pages by pa- PLTNRE:
per types *4
Number of
scanned pages
Printed pages of plain, thin, and recycled
paper
TKTRBD:
Printed pages of thick, thicker, and bond paper
ENVTYP:
Printed pages of envelope, envelope thick,
and envelope thin
HAGAKI:
Printed pages of Hagaki
LABEL:
Printed pages of label
ADSX_PG
Number of pages scanned in singled sided
scanning with ADF.
FB_PG
Number of pages scanned with document
table
Developing bias re- KDEV_BIAS:
lated time
Black developing bias voltage (unit:V)
Power distribution
time
POWER:
Power distribution time (unit: H)
PWRCNT:
Number of times that the power is turned
ON
Jam related items
TTL_JAM
Total number of times when a jam occurs
TR1_JAM
Number of times when a jam occurs at the
paper tray1
MN_JAM
Number of times when a jam occurs at the
manual tray
DX_JAM
Number of sheets jammed in the DX
IN_JAM
Number of sheets jammed in the product
RE_JAM
Number of sheets jammed around the back
cover
ADSX_JAM
Number of jams that occurred at singled sided scanning with ADF.
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LCD
Number of error
occurrences
Error log related
items
*1
Description
HODN_ER:
Number of times that the error caused by
the dirt on the corona wire occurs
FUSR_ER:
Number of times that fuser unit error occurs
MTLK_ER:
Number of times that the motor lock error in
the laser scanner occurs
MACHINEERR_##:*5
Error history ## to be displayed to the user:
Error code/Occurrence page counter
COMERR##:
Last communication error mode
The serial number can be changed using the steps below.
(1) Push the 9, 4, 7, and 5 buttons in this order with the serial number displayed.
(For models without the numeric keys; push the
or
button to display “9” on
the LCD, and push the OK button. Perform the same operation to display “4”, “7”,
and “5”.) The first digit of the serial number displayed on the LCD flashes.
(2) Models with numeric keys
Use the numeric keys to enter the first digit of the machine's serial number, and
push the
button to change the flashing digit. Repeat this operation until the
nine-digit serial number is entered.
<Entry method of alphabetical characters>
Push the corresponding numeric keys in the table below until the desired
alphabetical character is displayed.
Numeric key
Assigned characters
2
2→A→B→C
3
3→D→E→F
4
4→G→H→I
5
5→J→K→L
6
6→M→N→O
7
7→P→Q→R→S
8
8→T→U→V
9
9→W→X→Y→Z
Models without numeric keys
Push the
or
button to display the first digit of the machine's serial number on
the LCD, and push the OK button. Then, push the
button to display “?” on the
LCD, and push the OK button to change the flashing digit. Repeat this operation
until the nine-digit serial number is entered.
<Entry method of alphabetical characters>
a) Push the
or
button to display the number corresponding to the
alphabetical character in the table below on the LCD, and push the OK button.
The selected number is displayed on the LCD.
b) Push the
or
button again to display the same number on the LCD, and
push the OK button. The corresponding alphabetical character is displayed on
the LCD. (Do not change the flashing digit.)
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c) If the alphabetical character displayed is not the desired one, repeat step b)
until the desired character is displayed.
<Number and corresponding characters>
Number
Assigned characters
2
A, B, C
3
D, E, F
4
G, H, I
5
J, K, L
6
M, N, O
7
P, Q, R, S
8
T, U, V
9
W, X, Y, Z
E.g. When entering “Q”
Push the
or
button to display “7” on the LCD, and push the OK button.
“7” is displayed on the LCD.
Push the
or
button again to display “7” on the LCD, and push the OK
button. “P” is displayed on the LCD.
Push the
or
button again to display “7” on the LCD, and push the OK
button. “Q” is displayed on the LCD.
d) Push the
button to display “?” on the LCD, and push the OK button to
change the flashing digit. Repeat these operations until the nine-digit serial
number is entered.
(3) When serial number entry is completed, push the OK button.
The new setting is stored, and the machine returns to the ready state.
To abort serial number entry, push the Stop button. Setting is canceled, and the
machine returns to the ready state.
*2
Press the OK button while the number of times that the consumable part has been
replaced is displayed, the date last time the consumable part was replaced is displayed.
Press the OK button again, and the number of times the consumable part has been
replaced is displayed again.
*3
Average print rate: Print area/printable area
*4
Paper type according to the printer driver settings. It is not necessarily matched with the
type of the actual fed paper.
*5
01 to 10 are entered in ## in chronological order. When you press the OK button as the
machine error history is displayed, the page counter values when the errors occurred are
displayed.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 8 and 0 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 80” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) Each time the Start button is pressed, next log information item appears on the LCD in
the order. Press the button to go to the next item. Press the button to go back to the
previous item.
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(3) Press the Stop/Exit button to return to the machine to the initial state of the maintenance
mode.
Note:
• Regarding “MACHINEERR” and “COMERR”, when the OK button is pressed while the
error history is displayed, the page counter value at which the error occurred is
displayed. Press the OK button again to return the machine to the error history display.
1.4.24 Error code indication (Function code 82)
<Function>
This function displays an error code of the machine on the LCD.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 8 and 2 buttons in this order in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 82” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
The machine displays “MACHINE ERROR X X” on the LCD.
(2) Press the Stop/Exit button to return to the machine to the initial state of the maintenance
mode.
1.4.25 Sending communication error list (Function code 87) (FAX model only)
<Function>
This function is to send the error list to a service man at a remote location when a FAX
communication error occurs on a user's machine. Reception of the error list enables a
service man to analyze the problem occurring on a user's machine.
<Operating Procedure>
• Service side
(1) The service side connects the phone line to the user in question.
• User side
(1) Press the Menu button and Start button as the machine is in the ready state.
(2) Press the 0 button to display “0” on the LCD.
(3) Press the 8 button and 7 button in this order, and “SENDING P.01” is displayed on the
LCD, and the error list is sent.
(4) When the error list is sent, the machine beeps for approximately 1 second and returns to
the initial state of the maintenance mode.
Note:
• If this operation is not performed while the phone line is connected, the error list
sending operation is not started. Be sure to perform the operation explained above
while the phone line is connected (i.e., while making a call using the built-in H/S, using
the additional telephone set, or using the line monitor).
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1.4.26 Counter reset after replacing the fuser unit and paper feeding kit
(Function code 88)
<Function>
The number of replacement is increased by one, and the warning indication “Replace ***” is
cleared, with implementing this operation after replacing the fuser unit and paper feeding kit.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 8 button twice in the initial state of the maintenance mode.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 88” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
(2) The “Reset-Fuser Unit” will appear on the LCD.
(3) Press the
or
button to select the item you want to reset. The LCD shows.
• Laser Unit
• Fuser Unit
• PF KIT MP
• PF KIT T1
• PF KIT T2
(4) Press the OK or Start button, then “OK?” will appear on the LCD.
(5) Press the OK or Start button to reset the counter of the selected part and returns the
operating procedure (2) mode.
(6) When the Stop/Exit button is pressed, the machine beeps for one second and returns to
the initial state of the maintenance mode.
1.4.27 Exit from the maintenance mode (Function code 99)
<Function>
This function allows you to exit from the maintenance mode. If the error related to the fuser
unit occurs, the error is cleared.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the 9 button twice in the initial state of the maintenance mode. The maintenance
mode exits from the maintenance mode and return to the ready state.
In the case of the model without the numeric keys; Press the
or
button. The
“MAINTENANCE 99” appears on the LCD. Then press the OK button.
Note:
• When a fuser error occurs, be sure to turn ON the power after cooling the halogen
heater sufficiently.
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2. OTHER SERVICE FUNCTIONS
2.1
Developer Roller Counter Reset Function
This function is to manually perform the operation same as the one when a toner cartridge is
replaced with a new one. The purpose of this function is to provide a means to resolve an
error when a new toner cannot be recognized by the machine, and the toner life display fails
to be cleared.
(1) Open the front cover.
(2) Press the Clear/Back button and
“Replace Drum? / 1. Yes 2. No” appears on the LCD.
(3) Press the button in order of ∗, 0, 0 and “0 0” appears on the LCD in 2 seconds.
(4) “Cover is open” appears on the LCD after 2 seconds.
(5) Close the front cover.
Note:
• If there is no operation for 30 seconds or more, the machine automatically returns to
step (1).
2.2
Parts Life Reset Function
This function is used to reset the relevant part counter when the user replaced a periodical
replacement part with the correct procedure, and also used to forcibly reset the relevant part
counter when an error cannot be resolved because the user did not replace a consumable
part with the correct procedure.
(1) Press the 3 and 9 buttons at the same time in the ready state.
(2) The “Reset Menu” will appear on the LCD. Select the applicable periodical replacement
part or consumable part by pressing the
or
button and press the OK button.
<Periodical replacement parts or consumable part are indicated on the LCD>
• Drum
(3) Once “1.Reset 2.Exit” appears on the LCD; press the 1 or 2 button.
(4) The machine implements clearing the counter.
Note:
• This function is not available on models without the numeric keys.
• All replacement parts are always indicated on the LCD even though their lives do not
reach the end of life.
• The machine returns to the ready state automatically if no panel operation is
implemented for 30 seconds.
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2.3
Deletion of User Setting Information, etc.
In this machine, the user setting information is stored in the EEPROM and flash memory of
the main PCB ASSY. You can delete all the data listed below at a time with the procedure
given below.
• Information related to Net
• User setting information
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the Menu button while the machine is in the ready state.
(2) Press the
or
button, then the “Initial Setup” or “General Setup” will appears on the
LCD and press the OK button.
(Which will appear, “Initial Setup” or “General Setup”, depends on the model.)
(3) Press the
OK button.
or
button, then the “Reset Menu” will appear on the LCD and press the
(4) Press the
OK button.
or
button, then the “All Settings” will appear on the LCD and press the
(5) The “1.Reset 2.Exit” appear on the LCD.
(6) Press the 1 button, and the user setting information is deleted, and the machine goes
back to the ready state.
Note:
• The machine returns to the ready state automatically if no panel operation is
implemented for 30 seconds.
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2.4
Continue mode / Stop mode settings of Toner cartridge
You can set the machine to continue printing after the LCD shows “Replace Toner”. The
machine will continue printing until the LCD shows “Toner Ended”. The default setting is
“Stop”.
<Models with numeric keys>
(1) Press the Menu button, and then press the 1, 8 in this order.
(2) Press the
or
button to choose continue or stop.
(3) Press the OK button.
(4) Press the Stop/Exit button, the machine goes back to the ready states.
<Models without numeric keys>
(1) Press the Menu button.
(2) Press the
or
the OK button.
button, then the “1. General Setup” will appear on the LCD and press
(3) Press the
or
the OK button.
button, then the “4. Replace Toner” will appear on the LCD and press
(4) Press the
button, then select the “Continue” or “Stop” and press the OK button.
or
(5) Press the Stop/Exit button, the machine goes back to the ready states.
Note:
• Printing is not guaranteed in the continue mode.
• If the toner cartridge is replaced, the machine returns to the default setting.
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2.5
Drum Cleaning
■ Drum cleaning function overview
Install the plain paper into the manual feed slot and perform the cleaning of the drum.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Open the back cover while the machine is in the ready state.
(2) Press the Clear and Menu buttons at the same time. “Insert the blank paper into the
Manual feed slot.” is displayed on the LCD.
(3) Install the paper into the manual feed slot.
(4) The drum cleaning is performed. “Please Wait” is displayed on the LCD.
(5) The paper is ejected from the back cover, and the drum cleaning is completed
(6) Close the back cover, and the machine goes back to the ready state.
Note:
• When the error of jam during the drum cleaning, drum cleaning mode is canceled
automatically and becomes the error display.
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2.6
Deep Sleep Function
In addition to the sleep function with the normal specifications, the deep sleep function is
prepared to reduce the power consumption.
The deep sleep function is used to stop the operation of the following functions whereas they
are available in the normal sleep mode.
• Operation of the wireless LAN
• Power supply to the paper tray 2
• Operation of all the fans
<Transition conditions>
The machine goes into the deep sleep function when the user does not operate the machine
(from a PC) and no warning such as an error is issued after it goes into the normal sleep
mode and all the fans are stopped. When secure print exists, the machine does not go into
the deep sleep mode.
<How to Exit>
The machine exits from the deep sleep function when it receives an input from the outside,
for instance when it receives print data from a PC, or when any button on the control panel is
operated, or when the front cover is opened or closed.
■ Setting of ON/OFF of the deep sleep function
You can set ON/OFF of the deep sleep function so that the machine will not go into the deep
sleep function even when the aforementioned conditions are satisfied.
<Operating Procedure>
(1) Press the OK button while the machine is in the ready state.
(2) Press the
button.
or
button to display “General Setup” on the LCD, and then press the OK
(3) Press the
or
button to display “General Setup/Ecology” on the LCD, and then
press the OK button.
(4) Press the
button.
or
button to display “Sleep Time” on the LCD, and then press the OK
(5) Press the Job Cancel button and Start button at the same time while “Sleep Time/ *Min”
is displayed on the LCD. “Deep Sleep/On*” is displayed on the LCD.
(6) Press the
or
button to switch Deep Sleep On and Off and display the state that
you want to set, and then press the OK button.
(7) The machine goes back to the “Sleep Time/ *Min” on the LCD.
Note:
• When no operation is made for 30 seconds during the switching operation, the machine
goes back to the ready state.
• The initial value of Deep Sleep is set to On.
• In the procedure (5), the present setting (On or Off) of Deep Sleep is displayed on the
LCD.
• “*” is displayed on the right side of the present setting (On or Off) of Deep Sleep.
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CHAPTER 6
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CHAPTER 6 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS, WIRING DIAGRAM
This chapter provides the circuit diagrams and wiring diagram for the connections of the PCBs.
CONTENTS
1. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS.................................................................................................... 6-1
2. WIRING DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................... 6-10
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1. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
■ High Voltage Power Supply PCB Circuit Diagram (MURATA)
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■ High Voltage Power Supply PCB Circuit Diagram (Panasonic)
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■ Low Voltage Power Supply PCB Circuit Diagram (115V) EDPS-62AF A (Delta)
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■ Low Voltage Power Supply PCB Circuit Diagram (115V) MPW3058 (MURATA)
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■ Low Voltage Power Supply PCB Circuit Diagram (230V) EDPS-62BF A (Delta)
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■ Low Voltage Power Supply PCB Circuit Diagram (230V) MPW3059 (MURATA)
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■ NCU PCB Circuit Diagram: U.S.A/Canada
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■ NCU PCB Circuit Diagram: Europe/Oceania
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■ NCU PCB Circuit Diagram: China/Asia/Gulf
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2. WIRING DIAGRAM
■ Wiring diagram
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CHAPTER 7
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CHAPTER 7 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
CONTENTS
1. PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS ....................................................................... 7-1
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1. PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS
There are no parts to be replaced periodically.
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APPENDIX 1
SERIAL NUMBERING SYSTEM
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APPENDIX 1 SERIAL NUMBERING SYSTEM
„ Serial number labels for the machine itself
<How to Read>
Serial number
****** A0J111101
Product
identification
code
Serial number (6-digit)
Manufacturing factory No.
Year of manufacture
0: 2010
1: 2011
Month of manufacture
A : January
E : May
B : February F : June
C : March
G : July
D : April
H : August
J : September
K : October
L : November
M : December
Fig. App. 1-1
<Location>
Serial number label
Serial number label
Fig. App. 1-2
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APPENDIX 2
DELETION OF USER SETTING
INFORMATION, ETC.
This appendix provides instructions on how to delete user setting information etc. recorded in the machine.
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APPENDIX 2 DELETION OF USER SETTING INFORMATION, ETC.
In this machine, the user setting information is stored in the EEPROM and flash memory of
the main PCB. You can delete all the data listed below at a time with the procedure given
below.
• Information related to Net
• User setting information
(1) Press the Menu button while the machine is in the ready state.
(2) Press the
or
button, then the “Initial Setup” or “General Setup” will appear on the
LCD and press the OK button.
(Which will appear, “Initial Setup” or “General Setup”, depends on the model.)
(3) Press the or button, then the “Reset Menu” will appear on the LCD and press the OK
button.
(4) Press the or button, then the “All Settings” will appear on the LCD and press the OK
button.
(5) The “1.Reset/2.Exit” will appear on the LCD.
(6) Press the 1 button, and the user setting information is deleted, and the machine goes
back to the ready state.
Note:
• The machine returns to the ready state automatically if no panel operation is
implemented for 30 seconds.
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APPENDIX 3
INSTALLING THE MAINTENANCE DRIVER
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APPENDIX 3 INSTALLING THE MAINTENANCE DRIVER
To identify multiple machines connected to the computer via USB, the computer needs to
configure the corresponding number of virtual USB devices by a driver or software. If you
connect a multiple number of machines to your computer, the same number of virtual USB
devices will be automatically configured on your computer.
To prevent virtual USB devices from being configured without limitation, use the unique driver
installation procedure described below that enables your computer to identify multiple
machines via one single virtual USB device.
<Procedures>
(1) While the machine is in the ready state, press the OK button and then Start button.
Next, press the
button 4 times, and the machine goes into the maintenance mode.
(2) “
maintenance mode.
” appears on the LCD, and the machine goes into the
(3) Double-click “Setup.exe” of the maintenance printer driver which is saved in the temporary
folder to execute.
(4) The following screen appears, indicating the detection of device driver installation wizard.
Click Next to proceed. (Screen below is the example of Windows® XP.)
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(5) Alert warning message appears three times, click Continue Anyway to proceed.
(6) If the device driver is successfully installed, the following message screen appears. Click
Finish to return.
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(7) Connect the machine to your computer using the USB cable.
(8) The following screen appears, indicating the detection of new hardware device by the
system. Select “No, not this time” and click Next.
(9) Select “Install the software automatically (Recommended)” and click Next.
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(10) Alert warning message appears, click Continue Anyway to proceed.
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(11) If the Brother maintenance USB printer driver is successfully installed, the following
message screen appears. Click Finish to return.
(12) Repeat the steps from (9) to (11) three times, and then complete its installation.
(13) Disconnect the USB cable.
(14) Press the
or
button to display “MAINTENANCE 99” on the LCD. Then, press the
OK button. The maintenance mode exits from the maintenance mode and return to the
ready state.
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APPENDIX 4
HOW TO MAKE PROTECTIVE MATERIAL
OF DRUM UNIT
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APPENDIX 4
HOW TO MAKE PROTECTIVE MATERIAL OF DRUM UNIT
Protective material
Paper strip
Make the protective material of drum unit by the following procedures, and use it at the time of packing.
<Procedure>
(1) Pass the Paper strip through the hole of Protective material. (The white surface of Paper
strip is the upper side.)
(2) Pass the end of Paper strip through the hole of Paper strip, and then pull the end of
Paper strip to the direction of the arrow.
Protective
material
Protective
material
Protective
material
Paper strip
Fig. APP. 4-1
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