2Wire F-116P Two-Way Radio User Manual

F-116 / F-116P
Field Engineering Manual
U.S.A. version 1.1
Muratec America, Inc.
3301 East Plano Parkway, Ste. 100
Plano, TX 75074
(469) 429-3300 (tel)
(469) 429-3465 (fax)
www.muratec.com
Contents
chapter 1 Precautions
1.1 Safety Warning………………………………………………………
1.2 Caution for safety……………………………………………………
1.2.1 Toxic material……………………………………………………
1.2.2 Electric Shock and Fire Safety Precautions… ………………
1.2.3 Handling Precautions… ………………………………………
1.2.4 Assembly / Disassembly Precautions…………………………
1.2.5 Disregarding this warning may cause bodily injury… ………
1.3 ESD Precautions… …………………………………………………
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chapter 2 Product Overview
2.1 Product Specifications………………………………………………
2.1.1 Product Overview………………………………………………
2.1.2 Specifications……………………………………………………
2.1.3 Model Comparison Table………………………………………
2.2 System Overview……………………………………………………
2.2.1 Front View… ……………………………………………………
2.2.2 Rear View… ……………………………………………………
2.2.3 System Layout… ………………………………………………
2.2.4 Engine H/W Specifications… …………………………………
2.2.5 Engine F/W Contol Algorithm …………………………………
2.2.6 S/W Descriptions… ……………………………………………
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chapter 3 Maintenance and Disassembly
3.1 Precautions when replacing parts…………………………………
3.1.1 Precautions when assembling and disassembling… ………
3.1.2 Preautions when handling PBA… ……………………………
3.1.3 Releasing Plastic Latches… …………………………………
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3.2 Screws used in the printer… ………………………………………
3.3 White Roller… ………………………………………………………
3.4 Front Cover… ………………………………………………………
3.5 Rear cover……………………………………………………………
3.6 Scan Ass’y … ………………………………………………………
3.6.1 OPE unit … ……………………………………………………
3.6.2 Scan Drive unit …………………………………………………
3.6.3 ADF roller … ……………………………………………………
3.6.4 CIS… ……………………………………………………………
3.7 Right/Left Cover… …………………………………………………
3.8 Fuser Unit… …………………………………………………………
3.9 Drive unit… …………………………………………………………
3.10 Solenoid… …………………………………………………………
3.11 FAN… ………………………………………………………………
3.12 LSU …………………………………………………………………
3.13 Transfer Roller………………………………………………………
3.14 Main PBA and SMPS/HVPS board………………………………
3.15 Pick up roller… ……………………………………………………
3.16 Cassette holder pad… ……………………………………………
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chapter 4 Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.1 Alignment and Adjustments…………………………………………
4.1.1 Control Panel……………………………………………………
4.1.2 Understanding the Status LED… ……………………………
4.1.3 JAM Removal… ………………………………………………
4.1.4 Paper Path………………………………………………………
4.1.5 Menu Map… ……………………………………………………
4.1.6 Tech Mode………………………………………………………
4.1.7 EDC Mode………………………………………………………
4.1.8 Firmware Upgrade… …………………………………………
4.1.9 Periodic Defective Image………………………………………
4.1.10 Error Message…………………………………………………
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4.2 Troubleshooting……………………………………………………
4.2.1 Procedure of Checking the Symptoms… ……………………
4.2.2 The cause and solution of Bad image… ……………………
4.2.3 The cause and solution of the bad discharge… ……………
4.2.4 The cause and solution of the malfunction… ………………
4.2.5 The cause and solutions of
bad environment of the software… …………………………
4.2.6 Fax & Phone Problems… ……………………………………
4.2.7 Copy Problems…………………………………………………
4.2.8 Scanning Problems… …………………………………………
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chapter 5 System Diagram
5.1 Block Diagram… …………………………………………………… 5-1
5.2 Connection Diagram……………………………………………… 5-2
chapter 6 Reference Information
6.1 Tool for Troubleshooting… …………………………………………
6.2 Acronyms and Abbreviations… ……………………………………
6.2.1 Acronyms… ……………………………………………………
6.2.2 Service Parts……………………………………………………
6.3 The Sample Pattern for the Test……………………………………
6.3.1 A4 ISO 19752 Standard Pattern………………………………
6.4 Selecting a location… ………………………………………………
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attached Exploded Views & Parts List
* Avaiable on the Muratec Technical Support web site.
Precautions
1. Precautions
In order to prevent accidents and to prevent damage to the equipment please read the precautions listed
below carefully before servicing the printer and follow them closely.
1.1 Safety Warning
(1) Only to be serviced by appropriately qualified service technician.
High voltages and lasers inside this product are dangerous. This printer should only be serviced by a
qualified service technician.
(2) Use only manufacturer recommended replacement parts
There are no user serviceable parts inside the printer. Do not make any unauthorized changes or
additions to the printer, these could cause the printer to malfunction and create electric shock or fire hazards.
(3) Laser Safety Statement
The Printer is certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR, chapter 1 Subchapter
J for Class 1(1) laser products, and elsewhere, it is certified as a Class I laser product con-forming to the
requirements of IEC 825. Class I laser products are not considered to be hazardous. The laser system
and printer are designed so there is never any human access to laser radiation above a Class I level
during normal operation, user maintenance, or prescribed service condition.
Warning >> Never operate or service the printer with the protective cover removed from Laser/
Scanner assembly. The reflected beam, although invisible, can damage your eyes.
When using this product, these basic safety pre-cautions should always be followed to
reduce risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons.
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Precautions
1.2 Caution for safety
1.2.1 Toxic material
This product contains toxic materials that could cause illness if ingested.
(1) If the LCD control panel is damaged it is possible for the liquid inside to leak. This liquid is toxic. Contact
with the skin should be avoided, wash any splashes from eyes or skin immediately and contact your
doctor. If the liquid gets into the mouth or is swallowed see a doctor immediately.
(2) Please keep Drum cartridge and Toner Cartridge away from children. The toner powder contained in the
Drum cartridge and Toner Cartridge may be harmful and if swallowed you should contact a doctor “Material
Safety Data” sheets are available online at www.muratec.com.
1.2.2 Electric Shock and Fire Safety Precautions
Failure to follow the following instructions could cause electric shock or potentially cause a fire.
(1) Use only the correct voltage, failure to do so could damage the printer and potentially cause a fire or
electric shock.
(2) Use only the power cable supplied with the printer. Use of an incorrectly specified cable could cause the
cable to overheat and potentially cause a fire.
(3) Do not overload the power socket, this could lead to overheating of the cables inside the wall and could
lead to a fire.
(4) Do not allow water or other liquids to spill into the printer, this can cause electric shock. Do not allow
paper clips, pins or other foreign objects to fall into the printer these could cause a short circuit leading to
an electric shock or fire hazard.
(5) Never touch the plugs on either end of the power cable with wet hands, this can cause electric shock.
When servicing the printer remove the power plug from the wall socket.
(6) Use caution when inserting or removing the power connector. The power connector must be inserted
completely, add comma otherwise a poor contact could cause overheating possibly leading to a fire.
When removing the power connector grip it firmly and pull, ensure the power switch is turned off first.
(7) Take care of the power cable. Do not allow it to become twisted, bent sharply round corners or other
wise damaged. Do not place objects on top of the power cable. If the power cable is damaged it could
overheat and cause a fire or exposed cables could cause an electric shock. Replace a damaged power
cable immediately, do not reuse or repair the damaged cable. Some chemicals can attack the coating on
the power cable, weakening the cover or exposing cables causing fire and shock risks.
(8) Ensure that the power sockets and plugs are not cracked or broken in any way. Any such defects should
be repaired immediately. Take care not to cut or damage the power cable or plugs when moving the
machine.
(9) Use caution during thunder or lightening storms. It is recommended that this machine be disconnected
from the power source when such weather conditions are expected. Do not touch the machine or the
power cord if it is still connected to the wall socket in these weather conditions.
(10) Avoid damp or dusty areas, install the printer in a clean well ventilated location. Do not position the
machine near a humidifier, or in front of an air conditioner. Damp and dust build up inside the machine
can lead to overheating and cause a fire, or cause parts to rust.
(11) Do not position the printer in direct sunlight. This will cause the temperature inside the printer to rise
possibly leading to the printer failing to work properly and in extreme conditions could lead to a fire.
(12) Do not insert any metal objects into the machine through the ventilator fan or other part of the casing, it
could make contact with a high voltage conductor inside the machine and cause an electric shock.
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Precautions
1.2.3 Handling Precautions
The following instructions are for your own personal safety, to avoid injury and so as not to damage the
printer
(1) Ensure the printer is installed on a level surface, capable of supporting its weight. Failure to do so could
cause the printer to tip or fall.
(2) The printer contains many rollers, gears and fans. Take great care to ensure that you do not catch your
fingers, hair or clothing in any of these rotating devices.
(3) Do not place any small metal objects, containers of water, chemicals or other liquids close to the printer
which if spilled could get into the machine and cause damage or a shock or fire hazard.
(4) Do not install the machine in areas with high dust or moisture levels, beside on open window or close to a
humidifier or heater. Damage could be caused to the printer in such areas.
(5) Do not place candles, burning cigarettes, etc on the printer, These could cause a fire.
1.2.4 Assembly / Disassembly Precautions
Replace parts carefully, always use authorized parts. Take care to note the exact location of parts and also
cable routing before dismantling any part of the machine. Ensure all parts and cables are replaced correctly.
Please carry out the following procedures before dismantling the printer or replacing any parts.
(1) Check the contents of the machine memory and make a note of any user settings. These will be erased if
the mainboard or network card is replaced.
(2) Ensure that power is disconnected before servicing or replacing any electrical parts.
(3) Disconnect printer interface cables and power cables.
(4) Only use approved spare parts. Ensure that part number, product name, any voltage, current or
temperature rating are correct.
(5) When removing or re-fitting any parts do not use excessive force, especially when fitting screws into
plastic.
(6) Take care not to drop any small parts into the machine.
(7) Handling of the OPC Drum
- The OPC Drum can be irreparably damaged if it exposed to light.
Take care not to expose the OPC Drum either to direct sunlight or to fluorescent or incandescent
room lighting. Exposure for as little as 5 mins can damage the surface. Photoconductive properties
and will result in print quality degradation. Take extra care when servicing the printer. Remove the
OPC Drum and store it in a black bag or other lightproof container. Take care when working with the
covers(especially the top cover) open as light is admitted to the OPC area and can damage the OPC
Drum.
- Take care not to scratch the green surface of OPC Drum Unit.
If the green surface of the Drum Cartridge is scratched or touched the print quality will be compromised.
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Precautions
1.2.5 Disregarding this warning may cause bodily injury
(1) Be careful with the high temperature part.
The fuser unit works at a high temperature. Use caution when working on the printer. Wait for the fuser to
cool down before disassembly.
(2) Do not put finger or hair into the rotating parts.
When operating a printer, do not put hand or hair into the rotating parts (Paper feeding entrance, motor,
fan, etc.).
(3) When you move the printer.
This printer weighs 8.9convert to lbs including toner cartridge and cassette. Use safe lifting and handling
techniques. Use the lifting handles located on each side of the machine. Back injury could be caused if
you do not lift carefully.
(4) Ensure the printer is installed safely.
The printer weighs 8.9convert to lbs, ensure the printer is installed on a level surface, capable of
supporting its weight. Failure to do so could cause the printer to tip or fall possibly causing personal injury
or damaging the printer.
(5) Do not install the printer on a sloping or unstable surface. After installation, double check that the printer
is stable.
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Precautions
1.3 ESD Precautions
Certain semiconductor devices can be easily damaged by static electricity. Such components are commonly
called “Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices” or ESDs. Examples of typical ESDs are: integrated circuits,
some field effect transistors, and semiconductor “chip” components.
The techniques outlined below should be followed to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by static electricity.
Caution >>Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
1. Immediately before handling a semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain
off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, employ a
commercially available wrist strap device, which should be removed for your personal safety reasons prior
to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ESDs, place the assembly on a conductive surface,
such as aluminum or copper foil, or conductive foam, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup in the vicinity
of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded tip soldering iron to solder or desolder ESDs.
4. Use only an “anti-static” solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static”
can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
5. Do not use Freon-propelled chemicals. When sprayed, these can generate electrical charges sufficient to
damage ESDs.
6. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its protective packaging until immediately before installing it. Most
replacement ESDs are packaged with all leads shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil, or a
comparable conductive material.
7. Immediately before removing the protective shorting material from the leads of a replacement ESD, touch
the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
8. Maintain continuous electrical contact between the ESD and the assembly into which it will be installed,
until completely plugged or soldered into the circuit.
9. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ESDs. Normal motions, such as
the brushing together of clothing fabric and lifting one’s foot from a carpeted floor, can generate static
electricity sufficient to damage an ESD.
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Product specification and feature
2. Product specification and feature
2.1 Product Specifications
2.1.1 Product Overview
F-116P : Fax, Copy, Print, Scan
F-116 : Fax, Copy
1. Print Speed (F-116P only)
• 19 ppm in Letter
2. Copy Speed
• 19 ppm in Letter
3. Processor
• Chorus2 66 Mhz
4. Interfaces
• One USB port
6. Toner cartridge
• Initial : 1K starter cartridge
• Replacement : 2.5K cartridge
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Product specification and feature
2.1.2 Specifications
• Product Specifications are subject to change without notice. See below for product specifications.
2.1.2.1 General Specifications
Item
F-116
F-116P
Major Features
Fax, Copier, Phone
Fax, Copier, Print, Scan, Phone
Size (W*D*H) with Hand Set
293.7 x 391.2 x 360 mm
293.7 x 391.2 x 360 mm
Weight (Inculding Toner Cartridge)
8.9 change to lbs
8.9 change to lbs
I/O Interface
USB - Firmware update only
USB.1.1 & USB2.0 Compliant
MPU
66MHz CPU (Chorus-2)
66MHz CPU (Chorus-2)
Initial Starter : 1K standard pages
Initial Starter : 1K standard pages
Replacement: 2.5K standard pages
* Declared cartridge yield in
accordance with ISO/IEC 19752.
Replacement: 2.5K standard pages
* Declared cartridge yield in
accordance with ISO/IEC 19752.
Average operating
mode
Less than 380 W
Less than 380 W
Ready mode
Less than 65 W
Less than 65 W
Power save mode
Less than 8 W
Less than 8 W
Power off mode
Less than 1 W under
Less than 1 W under
Input Voltage
Low Voltage :
110 ~ 127VAC,50/60HZ 4.0A
Low Voltage :
110 ~ 127VAC, 50/60HZ 4.0A
High Voltage :
220 ~240VAC,50/60HZ,2.5A
High Voltage :
220 ~240VAC, 50/60HZ,2.5A
Input Frequency
50 / 60Hz(+/- 3Hz)
50 / 60Hz(+/- 3Hz)
Printing
N/A
50 dBA
Copy
50 dBA
50 dBA
Standby
26 dBA
26 dBA
Window
N/A
Win 2000 /XP / 2003 / Vista /2008
Mac
N/A
Mac OS 10.3 ~ 10.6
Linux
N/A
Fedora 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
openSuSE 9.1,9.2,9.3,10.0,10.1,10.2,
10.3,11.0
Ubuntu 6.04,6.10,7.04,7.10,8.04
Mandriva
10,10.1,2005,2006,2007,2008
Debian 3.1,4.0
Redhat Enterprise Linux WS 4,5
SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 9,10
MFP
N/A
SPL & WIA driver (2000, XP, 2003,
Vista and 2008)
Toner
Cartridge
Power
Consumption
Power Supply
Noise
Operating
System
WHQL
yield
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Product specification and feature
Item
Driver
F-116
F-116P
Printer
N/A
GDI
TWAIN, WIA
N/A
Yes
PSU
N/A
Yes
SmarThru4
N/A
Yes
Smart Panel
N/A
Yes
Less than 9 seconds
Less than 9 seconds
Print
10,000 pages
10,000 pages
ADF
2,000 pages
2,000 pages
Average Monthly Print Volume
Print : 500 pages, ADF : 500 pages
Print : 500 pages, ADF : 500 pages
Machine Life
50,000 pages
50,000 pages
Operating
10~32 change to degrees F
10~32 change to degrees F
Non Operating
-20~40 change to degrees F
-20~40 change to degrees F
Operating
10~80%
10~80%
Non Operating
10~95%
10~95%
Standard / Max.
16MB
16MB
Type
SDRAM
SDRAM
Expand Memory Slot
NO
NO
Compression
Technology
YES
YES
Warm Up Time From Ready Mode
Max. Monthly
Volume
(Duty Cycle)
Temperature
Humidity
Device
Memory
2.1.2.2 Print Specifications
Item
F-116
F-116P
Print Speed
N/A
19ppm/Ltr
Print Emulation
N/A
GDI (SPL)
Auto Emulation Sensing
N/A
YES
Power Save
N/A
Yes (1/5/10/15/30/45min.)
Resolution
N/A
600x600dpi
Memory
N/A
4MB
From Stand by
N/A
Less than 9 seconds
From Cold Status
N/A
Less than 30 seconds
Duplex Print
N/A
N/A
Printable Area
N/A
208 x 273 mm (Letter)
Halftone(Gray Scale)
N/A
256levels
FPOT
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Product specification and feature
2.1.2.3 Scan Specifications
Item
F116
Scan Method
Scan Speed
through ADF
Resolution
N/A
Color CIS
Gray Mode
N/A
72 sec
Color 300dpi
N/A
Yes
Color 75dpi
N/A
Yes
Optical
N/A
600*600dpi
Enhanced
N/A
600dpi
N/A
256 level
N/A
Max.216mm(8.5")
Halftone
Scan Size
F116P
Max. Document
Width
Effiective Scan Width N/A
Scan-to Application
Scan Mode
Max 216mm(Ltr),210mm(A4)
N/A
Yes
N/A
Yes
Color
N/A
Yes
Mono
N/A
1bit for Linearity, 8 Bit for Gray scale
2.1.2.4 Copy Specifications
Item
Copy Quality Mode
FCOT
Copy Speed
(SDMC : Single
Document Multiple Copy
MDMC : Multi Document
Multiple Copy )
F-116
F-116P
Text
600x300 dpi
600x300 dpi
Mixed
600x300 dpi
600x300 dpi
Photo
600x600 dpi
600x600 dpi
Stand by
Less than 9 seconds
Less than 9 seconds
From Cold Status
Less than 30seconds
Less than 30seconds
SDMC at all mode
19cpm/Ltr, 18cpm/A4
19cpm/Ltr, 18cpm/A4
MDMC at Text
(600x300dpi)
10cpm/Ltr
10cpm/Ltr
MDMC at Photo Mode 5cpm/Ltr
(600x600dpi)
5cpm/Ltr
Resolution
Scan : 600x600 dpi,
Print : 600x600 dpi
Scan : 600x600 dpi,
Print : 600x600 dpi
Zoom Range
50% to 200%
50% to 200%
Multi Copy
1~99
1~99
Preset
Yes
Yes
Darkness Control
3 level ( Light,/Normal /Dark )
3 level ( Light,/Normal /Dark )
Copy Mode(=Original Type)
Text, Mixed , Photo
Text, Mixed , Photo
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Product specification and feature
2.1.2.5 Telephone Specifications
Item
F116
F-116P
Handset
Yes
Yes
On hook Dial
Yes
Yes
Search
Yes (Address Book)
Yes (Address Book)
1-Touch Dial
20
20
Speed Dial
250 locations (0~249)
250 locations (0~249)
TAD I/F
Yes
Yes
Tone/Pulse
Yes
Yes
Pause
Yes
Yes
Auto Redial
Yes
Yes
Last Number Redial
Yes
Yes
Distinctive Ring
Yes
Yes
Caller ID
Yes
Yes
External Phone Interface
Yes
Yes
Report & List
Print out
Tx/Rx Journal
Yes
Yes
Confirmation
Yes
Yes
Help List
Yes
Yes
Auto Dial List
Yes
Yes
Ring Volume
Yes (Off, Low, Med, High)
Yes (Off, Low, Med, High)
Key Volume
Yes (On, Off)
Yes (On, Off)
Alarm Volume
Yes (On, Off)
Yes (On, Off)
Handset Volume
Yes (Normal, Loud)
* USA /KOREA Only
Yes (Normal, Loud)
* USA /KOREA Only
Speaker
Yes (On, Off, Comm)
Yes (On, Off, Comm)
Sound Control
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Product specification and feature
2.1.2.6 Fax Specifications
Item
F-116
F-116P
Compatibility
ITU-T G3
ITU-T G3
Communication System
PSTN/PABX
PSTN/PABX
Modem Speed
33.6K bps
33.6K bps
TX Speed
3 sec
3 sec
Compression
MH/MR/MMR
MH/MR/MMR
ECM
Yes
Yes
Std
203 x 98dpi
203 x 98dpi
Fine
203 x 196dpi
203 x 196dpi
S.Fine
203 x 392dpi
203 x 392dpi
Std
6 sec/LTR
6 sec/LTR
Fine
6 sec/ LTR
6 sec/ LTR
Rx fax duplex print out
No
No
Receive Mode
Fax, TEL, Auto (Tel/Fax),
TAM (Ans/Fax), DRPD
Fax, TEL, Auto (Tel/Fax),
TAM (Ans/Fax), DRPD
Capacity
7MB
7MB
Optional Memory
No
No
Max locations to
store to 1 Group Dial
269 locations
269 locations
Fax Forward
Yes (On/Off)
Yes (On/Off)
Broadcasting
299 locations
299 locations
Cover page
No
No
Delayed fax
Yes
Yes
Memory RX
Yes
Yes
Voice Request
No
No
TTI
Yes
Yes
RTI
Yes
Yes
Polling
No (Rx Poll only)
No (Rx Poll only)
Earth/Recall
No
No
Auto Reduction
Yes
Yes
Resolution
Scan
Speed(ADF)
Memory
Functions
F/W Remote upgrade No
No
Junk Fax barrier
Yes
Yes
Secure Receive
Yes
Yes
Memory Back-up
Yes, Max. 72 hours
Yes, Max. 72 hours
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Product specification and feature
2.1.2.7 Paper Handling
Item
Capacity
(20lbs)
F-116
F-116P
Main Tray
250 sheets
250 sheets
Bypass
N/A
Single Sheet
Optional Cassette
N/A
N/A
Output Capacity
Face Down: 100Sheets/20lb
Face Down: 100Sheets/20lb
Face Down: 1 Sheet
Face Down: 1 Sheet
Face down/Face up
Face down/Face up
Output Control
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Paper Path
Paper Size
ADF
Main Tray
A4, Letter, Legal Folio, Executive, B5, A4, Letter, Legal Folio, Executive, B5,
A6, Oficio, ISOB5, JISB5
A6, Oficio, ISOB5, JISB5
Bypass
+No.10 Env, DL Env, C5 Env, C6
EnvMonarch Env
+No.10 Env, DL Env, C5 Env, C6
EnvMonarch Env
Main Tray
16~32 lb xerographic bond
16~32 lb xerographic bond
Bypass
16~43 lb xerographic bond
16~43 lb xerographic bond
Standard output
Bottom to Middle Front (FIFO)
Bottom to Middle Front (FIFO)
Straight Through
N/A
Face up, Single Sheet
Max
216 x 356mm (8.5"x14")
216 x 356mm (8.5"x14")
Min
76 x 127mm
76 x 127mm
Paper Weight
16~24lb (0.075m ~ 0.12mm thickness) 16~24lb (0.075m ~ 0.12mm thickness)
Capacity
30 sheets (20lb)
30 sheets (20lb)
Document Size Width 148mm - 216mm (5.8" - 8.5")
Document Size
Length
148mm - 355mm (5.8" – 14") @ ADF
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148mm - 216mm (5.8" - 8.5")
148mm - 355mm (5.8" – 14") @ ADF
Product specification and feature
2.1.2.8 Maintenance Parts
Item
Image
Part code
Life
Pick up Unit
50,000 Pages
Pad Unit (Cassette)
50,000 Pages
Transfer Roller
50,000 Pages
50,000 Pages
Fuser Unit
Pad Unit (ADF)
10,000 Pages
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Product specification and feature
2.1.3 Model Comparison Table
F-116P
(Muratec)
Model
LJ-M1319f
(HP)
MFC-7225N
(Brother)
4-in-1 (Print, Scan, Copy, Fax)
Type
Image
RTS
’10. Jan
Speed (Ltr)
Print
Copy
19ppm
'08. Mar
'05. Jun
18ppm
20ppm
Resolution
600 x 600 dpi
1,200 x 1,200 dpi
2,400 x 600 dpi
Emulation
SPL
GDI
PCL, PS3
FPOT
10 sec from ready
8.5 sec from sleep
10 sec from ready
Speed(LTR)
19ppm
18ppm
20ppm
Resolution
600 x 600 dpi
600 x 600 dpi
600 x 600 dpi
Mode
Scan To PC
Scan To PC
Scan To PC
Resolution
(optical)
600 x 600 dpi
1,200 x 1,200 dpi
200 x 400 dpi
Resolution
(Enhanced)
4,800 x 4,800 dpi
19,200 x 19,200 dpi
Up to 1,200 dpi
Modem
Speed
33.6 Kbps
33.6 Kbps
33.6 Kbps
Memory
7 MB
Input
Capacity
250 Cassette
ADF
Capacity
30 sheets
General
Interface
Compatible with
USB 2.0
Toner
Yield
Scan
Fax
Paper
500 pages
250 MP
30 sheets
High speed USB 2.0
2.5K (1K starer)
2K (1K)
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600 pages
250 Cassette
30 sheets
Parallel, USB& N/W
2.5K (1.5K)
Product specification and feature
2.2 System Overview
This chapter describes the functions and operating principal of the main component.
2.2.1 Front View
1
Document feeder
6
Tray 1
11
Handset
2
Document width guides
7
Manual tray
12
Toner cartridge
3
Control panel
8
Front door handle
13
Manual tray paper width guides
4
Output tray
9
Output support
14
Document input tray
5
Front door
10
Document output tray
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2.2.2 Rear View
1
USB port
4
Power receptacle
2
Extension telephone socket (EXT)
5
Rear door
3
Telephone line socket
6
Rear door handle
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Product specification and feature
2.2.3 System Layout
This model is consisted of the Engine parts and F/W, and said engine parts is consisted of the mechanical
parts comprising Frame, Feeding, Developing, Driving, Transferring, Fusing, Cabinet and H/W comprising
the main control board, power board, operation panel, PC Interface.
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23
17
22
21
16
18
19
1
2
3
5
15
6
7
4
14
11
8
12
10
9
13
1
Top out-bin delivery roller
9
Separation Pad
17
ADF rubber
2
Fusing roller
10
Pick up roller
18
White roller
3
LSU
11
Transfer roller
19
CIS
4
Toner Cartridge
12
OPC
20
Guide DOC
5
Primary charging roller
13
Cassette
21
OPE
6
Developer roller
14
Pressure roller
22
Tray ADF output
7
Registration/
Multipurpose pick up roller
15
Fuser Exit roller
23
Tray ADF input
8
Feed roller
16
ADF roller
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Product specification and feature
2.2.3.1 Feeding Part
It is consists of a basic cassette, an MP tray for supplying different types of media (envelope, label, special
paper) and parts related to paper transferring.
1) Separation method
Paper is separated by the friction pad mounted to the center of the cassette.
2) Basic cassette
It takes a center loading method and applies ‘friction
pad separating method.’
Both the side guide and the rear guide can be
adjusted for for various types of papers from A5 to
legal size paper.
It has a paper existence sensing function
(Capacity: 250 sheets (75g/㎡, 20lb paper standard),
paper arranging function, various size papers
accepting function.
In the front side, there is a paper level indicator.
3) Pick- up roller
It initializes paper transport out of the cassette. The Pickup Roller is driven by a solenoid.
4) Registration roller
It has a paper registration [skew correction] function, paper transferring function, paper detecting function,
jam removing
function, and so on.
5) MP tray
It has a paper registration [skew correction] function,
paper transferring function, jam removing function, and
so on.
It uses manual feed method to feed 1 sheet of paper
and 1 envelope.
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Product specification and feature
2.2.3.2 Transfer Assy
- The transfer roller delivers the toner from the OPC drum to the paper.
- There is no PTL Ass’y.
- Life Span : Print over 50,000 sheets (in15~30 change to degrees F)
2.2.3.3 Driver Assy
- The driving device is consisted of step motor, OPC, Pick- up, Feed, gear block all
mounted as an assembly.
• Driving Frequency: Step Motor : 2200rpm(1650 Clock)
• It is a power delivery unit by gearing: Motor → Pickup/Feeder/Developer/Fuser/Duplex
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Product specification and feature
2.2.3.4 Fuser
It is consists of a halogen lamp, heat roller, pressure roller, thermistor and thermostat. It fuses the toner on to
the paper by heat and pressure to complete the printing job.
1) Thermostat
When a heat lamp is overheated, a Thermostat cuts off the main power to prevent over- heating.
- Thermostat Type : Non- Contact type THERMOSTAT
- Control Temperature : 170℃ ± 5℃
2) Thermistor
It is a temperatrue detecting sensor.
- Temperature Resistance : 7 ㏀ (180℃ )
3) Heat roller
The heat roller transfers the heat from the lamp to apply a heat on the paper.
The surface of a heat roller is coated with Teflon, so toner does not stick to the surface.
4) Pressure roller
A pressure roller mounted under a heat roller is made of a silicon resin, and the surface also is coated with
Teflon. When a paper passes between a heat roller and a pressure roller, toner adheres to the surface of a
paper permanently.
5) Halogen Lamp
- Voltage 120 V : 115 ± 5 %
220 V : 230 ± 5 %
- Capacity : 750 Watt ± 25 W
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Product specification and feature
6) Items for safety
Protecting device for overheating
- 1st protection device: Hardware cuts off when overheated
- 2nd protection device: Software cuts off when overheated
- 3rd protection device: Thermostat cuts off main power.
Safety device
- A fuser power is cut off when a front cover is opened
- Maintain a temperature of fuser cover’s surface under 80℃ for user, and attach a caution label at
where customer can see easily when customer open a rear cover.
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Product specification and feature
2.2.3.5 LSU (Laser scanning unit)
It is the core part of the LBP which switches the video data received to the controller to the electrostatic
latent image on the OPC drum by controlling laser beam, exposing OPC drum, by use of a polygon mirror.
of polygon mirror. The OPC drum is synchronized with the paper feeding speed. The /HSYNC signal is
created when the laser beam from LSU reaches the end of the polygon mirror, and the signal is sent to the controller.
The controller detects the /HSYNC signal to adjust the vertical line of the image on paper. The /HSYNC
signal is used to synchronize the image data with the left margin of the paper. The one side of the polygon
mirror is one line for scanning.
OPC Drum
Photo Diode
Polygon Mirror
Polygon Motor
Motor Driver
LD Driver circit
Protector panel
LD(Laser Diode)
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Product specification and feature
2.2.3.6 Toner Cartridge
By using the electronic photo process, it creates a visual image. In the toner cartridge, the OPC unit and
the developing unit are contained in one assembly. The OPC unit houses the OPC drum and charging roller,
and the toner cartridge unit has toner, supply roller, developing roller and blade (Doctor blade)
• Developing Method : Non magnetic 1 element contacting method
• Toner : Non magnetic 1 element shatter type toner
• Charging capacity : - 39.1 ±3 μC/g
• Average OD : 8.0 ±0.5㎛ (Toner)
• Toner Qty : 30gf / 40gf / 80gf (Initial : 1k / Sales : 2.5k)
• The life span of toner : 1k / 2.5k sheets (ISO 19752 Pattern / Letter standard )
• Toner Residual Sensor : Dot count with CRUM(CRU Monitor)
• OPC Cleaning : Collect the toner by using cleaning blade
• Handling of wasted toner : Waste [residual] toner is cleaned off the drum by means of a cleaning blade.
• OPC Drum Protecting Shutter : None
• Classifying device for toner cartridge: ID is classified by CRUM.
Max -1.4KV
8 Cleaning Blade
-100V
2 Cleaning Roller
1
0.20mW
-720V
-150V↓
6
7
-350V
+5KV
3
4
5
-550V
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Product specification and feature
2.2.4 Engine H/W Specifications
2.2.4.1 Main PBA
The Engine and the Printer Controller function are housed into one Main Board called Main PBA. The CPU
is functioned as the bus control, I/O handling, drivers, and PC interface. The main board sends the Current
Image of Video data to the LSU and manages the electrophotography for printing. The CPU on Main PBA
manages the circuits for the motors: paper feed, paper path, clutches, pre- transfer lamp, current control to
driver components, and fan driving. The signals from the paper feed jam sensor and paper empty sensor are
directly inputted to the main board.
MAIN
MAIN MOTOR
MOTOR
Pick
Pick up
up
Clutch
Clutch
OUT
OUT BIN
BIN FULL
FULL
CRUM
CRUM
SCAN
SCAN MOTOR
MOTOR
LSU
LSU
BATTERY
BATTERY
OPE
OPE
HOOK&SPK
HOOK&SPK
USB
USB
EXT.
EXT.
LINE
LINE
SDRAM
FLASH
FLASH
SMPS
SMPS
HYPER
HYPER
FUSER
FUSER
ASIC(CHORUS2)
ASIC(CHORUS2)
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CIS
CIS
Product specification and feature
1) CPU
se S3C46Q0X 16/32-bit RISC micro controller, Chorus 2,which is exclusive controller to execute Printer &
U
FAX Function and to execute operation block by flash memory within system program, and to control whole
system.
- 1.8V internal, 3.3V external (I/O boundary) microprocessor with 4KByte Cache
- Image Processor
- On-chip clock generator with PLL
- Memory & External Bank Control
- DMA Control (5-channel)
- Interrupt Control
- 2-port USB Host /1- port USB Device (ver 1.1) Interface Control
- Parallel Port Interface Control
- UART (2 Channel)
- Synchronous Serial Interface Control
- Timer (4 Channel)
- Watch Dog Timer
- Power control: Normal, Slow, Idle, Stop and SL_IDLE mode
- A/D Converter (10-bit, 2 Channel)
- General I/O Port Control
- Tone Generator
- RTC with calendar function
2) Flash Memory
ecord System Program, and download System Program by PC INTERFACE.
R
FAX for Journal List, and Memory for One Touch Dial, Speed Dial List.
- Size : 2MB (16Mbit)
- Access Time: 70nsec
3) SDRAM
is used as Swath Buffer in Printing, Scan Buffer in Scanning, ECM Buffer in FAX receiving and System
Working Memory Area
- Size: 16MB (128Mbit)
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Product specification and feature
4) Sensor Input Circuit
■ Paper Empty Sensing & Paper Width Sensor
When a printing job comes to the CPU, the CPU initializes the pickup action regardless of the state of the
sensor. If paper is then detected by the Feed Sensor, the paper will then be recognized as e.g. invoice paper
even though the Paper Empty Sensor was on. If no paper is detected by the Feed Sensor, then the CPU will
recognize that a “Paper Empty” condition exists and displays the RED warning light on the OPE PBA.
When a printing job comes to the CPU, the CPU initializes the pickup action regardless of the state of the
sensor. If paper is then detected by the Feed Sensor, the paper will then be recognized as e.g. invoice paper
even though the Paper Empty Sensor was on. If no paper is detected by the Feed Sensor, then the CPU will
recognize that a “Paper Empty” condition exists and displays the RED warning light on the OPE PBA.
■ Regi Sensing
The registration sensor (Regi Sensor, a photo interrupter) informs the CPU that paper is registered at the
registration rollers, and waiting for proper leadedge schronization with the image on the drum.
■ Paper Feeding/With Toner Cartridge Sensing
When the leadedge of the paper is detected by the Feed Sensor (photo interrupter), it begins the
development process of the drum after a predetermined time.
The toner cartridge detection is monitored by the CRUM sensors. If all of the CRUM sensors are off, the CPU
knows the cartridge is not in the machine, and takes appropriate action by turning on the out of toner light. If
the CRUM sensors do not detect that the correct cartridge is inserted, the CPU will display the toner cartridge
is invalid, it will show invalid sign on a LED.
■ Paper Exit Sensing
The Paper Exit Sensor is mounted on the Fuser Unit exit side, and is used to ensure that paper has indeed
exited the machine. If the on/off time of exit sensor is abnormal, then a JAM2 is informed. The LED on the
display will turn on a RED warning color.
■ Cover Open Sensing
The Cover Open Sensor is located on the HVPS. When the front cover is opened, all +24VS is shut off. Then
the customer will be notified on the display that the door is open [“door open”] and the red will turn on.
■ DC FAN / SOLENOID Driving
DC Fans and Clutches are driven by turning on noise when these driver components de-energize. which is
controlled by CPU. The diode in the Fan and Clutch driving circuits protects TR driven from noise when these
driver components de-energize.
■ Motor Driving
The main motor driving circuits are located on the BLDC Motor Ass’y Unit. Main Controller has the interfacing
circuits. There is motor driver IC on the Motor Control Board to control the BLDC Motor assembly unit.
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Product specification and feature
2.2.4.2 HVPS and SMPS Board
The HVPS Board and SMPS Board housed in one board.
The HVPS board creates the high voltage of THV/MHV/Supply/Dev and supplies it to the developer portion
takes the 24V and outputs the high voltage for THV/MHV/BIAS, and supplied to the high voltage, OPC
cartridge, and transfer roller for optimum latent image and toner transfer quality. The HVPS portion takes the
24V and outputs the high voltage for THV/MHV/BIAS, and supplied to the high voltage, OPC cartridge, and
transfer roller for optimum latent image and toner transfer quality.
It is the power source of entire system. It is assembled by an independent module, so it is possible to use for
common use. It is mounted on the side of the machine.
It is consisted of the SMPS and AC to power the Fuser Unit. which supplies the DC power for driving the
system, and AC to power the Fuser Unit. SMPS has two output channels, which Which are +5V and +24V.
Inlet
Fan
Fuser
MHV
OPC
DEV
SUP
24V
Switch
THV
Exit
Sensor
Main Board to
SMPS/HVPS
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Paper empty
Sensor
Feed
Sensor
Manual
Sensor
Product specification and feature
■ HVPS Board
• Transfer High Voltage (THV+)
- Input Voltage : 24 V DC ± 15%
- Output Voltage : MAX +5.0KV ± 5 %,(Duty Variable, no loading)
- 1.2KV ±15% (when cleaning,200 ㏁)
- Input contrast of the Voltage stability degree : under ± 3 % (fluctuating input 21.6V~26.4V)
Loading contrast : ± 3 % or less
- Output Voltage Rising Time : 50 ms Max
- Output Voltage Falling Time : 100 ms Max
- Fluctuating transfer voltage with environmental various : 0 ~ 5 KV
- Environment Recognition Control Method : The THV- PWM ACTIVE is transfer active signal.
It detects the resistance by recognizing the voltage value, F/B,
while permits the environmental recognition voltage.
- Output Voltage Control Method : Transfer Output Voltage is outputted and controlled by changing Duty
of THVPWM Signal.
• Charge Voltage (MHV)
- Input Voltage : 24 V DC ± 15%
- Output Voltage : - 1.0KV ~ - 1.8KV DC ± 3%
- Output Voltage Rising Time : 50 ms Max
- Output Voltage Falling Time : 50 ms Max
- Output Loading range : 30 MΩ ~ 1000 MΩ
- Output Control Signal(MHV- PWM) : CPU is HV output when PWM is Low
• Cleaning Voltage (THV- )
- The (+) Transfer Voltage is not outputted because the THV PWM is controlled with high.
- The (- ) Transfer Voltage is outputted because the THV- Enable Signal is controlled with low
- The output fluctuation range is big because there is no Feedback control.
• Developing Voltage (DEV)
- Input Voltage : 24 V DC ± 15%
- Output Voltage: - 200V ~ - 600V DC ±3%
- Output Voltage Fluctuation range: PWM Control
- Input contrast of the output stability degree : ± 3 % or less
Loading contrast : ± 3 % or less
- Output Voltage Rising Time : 50 ms Max
- Output Voltage Falling Time : 50 ms Max
- Output Loading range : 10MΩ ~ 1000 MΩ
- Output Control Signal (BIAS- PWM) : the CPU output is HV output when PWM is low.
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Product specification and feature
• Supply
- Output Voltage : - 400 V ~ - 800V DC ±50 V(ZENER using, DEV )
- Input contrast of the output stability degree : under ± 5 %
Loading contrast : ± 5 % or less
- Output Voltage Rising Time : 50 ms Max
- Output Voltage Falling Time : 50 ms Max
- Output Loading range : 10 MΩ ~ 1000 MΩ
- Output Control Signal (BIAS- PWM) : the CPU is HV output when PWM is low.
■ SMPS Board
◆ AC Input
Input Rated Voltage
AC 220V ~ 240V AC 110V ~ 127V
Input Voltage fluctuating range
AC 198V ~ 264V AC 99V ~ 135V
Rated Frequency
50/60 Hz
Frequency Fluctuating range
47 ~ 63 Hz
Input Current
Under 4.0Arms / 2.0Arms (But, the status when e-coil is off or
rated voltage is inputted/outputted )
◆ Rated Output Power
NO
ITEM
CH1
CH2
1
CHANNEL NAME
+5.0V
+24.0V
2
CONNECTOR PIN
CON 3
5V PIN : 11,13,15
GND PIN : 12,14,16
CON 3
24V PIN : 3,5,7,9
GND PIN : 4,6,8,10
3
Rated Output
+5.1V ± 5%
(4.845 ~ 5.355V)
+24V ± 10%
(21.6 ~ 26.4V)
4
Max. Output Current
2.0 A
2.5 A
5
Peak Loading Current
2.4 A
2.7 A
6
RIPPLE NOISE Voltage
Under 100mVp-p
Under 500mVp-p
7
Maximum output
10W
60W
8
Peak output
12W
64.8W
9
Protection for loading
shortage and overflowing
current
Shut down or Fuse
Protection
Shut down or Output
Voltage Drop
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Remark
1ms
1ms
Product specification and feature
2.2.4.3 Fax
Our fax feature is based on Conexant DAA (Data Access Arrangement) Solution, and is controlled by a dual
Chip Set Solution.
- CX86710 (SFX336) : This Modem Chip adds SSD (System Side Device) for interfacing between LSD and
DIB of FM336Plus Core
- CX20493 (LSD) : This Modem Chip LIU (Line Interface Unit) is controlled by SSD and satisfies each PSTN
requirement by modulating the internal configuration with connecting Tel Line.
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Product specification and feature
2.2.4.4 Scan
1) Pictorial signal input part: output signal of CIS passes through MP Cap change to ADC at LAFE1001, and
defined signal between LAFE1001 and JUPITER5 processes the Image signal. When AFE accepts each
pixel, CDS (Correlated Double Sampling ) technique which samples arm-level twice is used on each pixel
by the CIS signal.
2) The image processing portion is read by CIS Pixel data in 1200dpi Line and processed using an Error
Diffusion Algorithm on Text mode and Photo mode. When scanning at machine and/or on PC Scan, the
data is stored in a Scan Buffer without algorithm.
Shading and Gamma Correction are executed immediately in every mode, then processing is executed
later.
* Scan Image Control Specification
① Minimum Scan Line Time : 0.75ms(300dpi)
② Scan Resolution : Max. 1200DPI
③ Scan Width : 216mm
④ main function
- Internal 10bit ADC
- White Shading Correction
- Gamma Correction
- CIS Interface
- 256 Gray Scale
3) CIS Operating Part : CISM Image sensor use +3.3V and LEDs uses +12V
- CIS Maximum Operating Frequency : 4MHz
- CIS Line time : 0.75ms
- White Data output Voltage : 1.0Vmin (Color mode : 300dpi, 0.75ms/line)
- Maximum LED Current : 45~60 mA Max.( +12V)
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2.2.5 Engine F/W Contol Algorithm
2.2.5.1 Feeding
If feeding from a cassette, the drive to the pickup roller is controlled by a solenoid. The on/off time the
solenoid is controlled by Main PBA. The Paper Jam protocols are as follows:
Item
Description
JAM 0
- After picking up, paper cannot be entered due to paper is not fed.
- After picking up, paper does not reach the Feed Sensor in after a predetermined time due
to paper slippage, etc.
- If the Feed Sensor does not detect paper after a predetermined time following the
initialization of another take-up retry.
* It is a status that the leading edge of the paper doesn’t pass the feed sensor.
- Even though the paper reaches to the feed sensor, the feed sensor doesn’t be ON.
* It is a status that the leading edge of the paper already passes the feed sensor.
JAM 1
- T
he trailing edge of the paper must clear the Feed Sensor after predetermined time.
(The feed sensor cannot be OFF)
- The leading edge of the paper must detect the Exit Sensor within a predetermined after
leaving the Feed Sensor. (The exit sensor cannot be ON)
* The paper exists between the feed sensor and the exit sensor.
JAM 2
- The trailing edge of the paper must clear the Exit Sensor after predetermined time.
2.2.5.2 Transfer
The charging, developing and the transfer voltages are controlled by PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). Each
output voltage may change due to the PWM duty. The transfer voltage admitted when the paper passes the
transfer roller is decided by environment recognition. The resistance value of the transfer roller is changed
due to the surrounding environment through AD converter. The voltage value for impressing to the transfer
roller is decided by this value change.
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Product specification and feature
2.2.5.3 Fusing
The temperature change of the heat roller’s surface is changed to the resistance value through the
thermistor. The Heat Roller temperate (warmup) is measured by converting the resistance of the thermistor
to a measurable DC voltage value. The AD converter changes it to a digital value so it knows when it has
reach its proper fusing temperature. The AC power to the fuser lamp is controller by comparing the target
temperature to the value from the thermistor. If the value from the thermistor is out of controlling range an
error will occur and power disabled. The table below lists the types of Fuser Errors that can occur:
• Open Heat Error
During warmup, if the Fuser Unit does not reach its proper operating temperature within a predetermined
time an “Open Heat Error will occur. An error message will be displayed on the Control Panel alerting the
customer. The engine stops all functions and keeps it at the error state until the issue is resoled by a qualified
technician.
• Low Heat Error
After initial warmup had been achieved, if the Fuser Unit at any time does not reach its proper operating
temperature within a predetermined time an “Low Heat Error will occur. An error message will be displayed
on the Control Panel alerting the customer. The engine stops all functions and keeps it at the error state until
the issue is resoled by a qualified technician.
• Over Heat Error
If the Fuser Unit at any time exceeds the specified range [too hot] for proper operating temperature an “Over
Heat Error will occur. An error message will be displayed on the Control Panel alerting the customer. The
engine stops all functions and keeps it at the error state until the issue is resoled by a qualified technician.
2.2.5.4 LSU
LSU receives the image data from PVC or HPVC and makes the latent image on OPC surface.
It uses the single beam, LD.
The errors related to LSU are as follows:
• By LReady : When the printing is started, the engine drives the polygon motor of LSU. After the specified
time is elapsed, if the motor is not in a ready status, the engine detects the error that the
polygon motor is not in a ready status. If this error happens, the engine stops all functions and
keeps it at the error state. Also, the engine informs the error status of the main system and the
error message is displayed at LCD window to inform the error status to the customer.
• By Hsync : When the polygon motor is ready, the LSU sends out the signal called Hsync and it is used to
synchronize with each image line. So, if the engine does not detect consecutively the signal for
a fixed time, it defines the Hsync Error. If this error happens, the engine stops all functions and
keeps it at the error state. Also, the engine informs the error status of the main system and then
the error message is displayed at LCD window to inform the error status to the customer.
LSU Error Recovery: If the LReady or Hsync error occurs the paper is exited with no image on
it. The engine mode is changed to recovery mode and the engine informs the main system of
the engine mode. And the engine checks the LSU error. If the error doesn’t happen, the printing
job will be proceeding.
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Product specification and feature
2.2.6 S/W Descriptions
2.2.6.1 Overview
The software system is constructed as follows:
1) The Host Software is an application software that can operate in a Windows and/or Web Environment.
2) The Firmware portion is an Embedded software controlling the print job.
2.2.6.2 Architecture
Host Software is made up of:
1. Graphic User Interface that offers the various editing functions to user in Host.
2. Driver that translates the received document to a Printing Command Language which the printer can
understand and transfers data to spooler.
3. Stand-alone Application that offers the various printing application, PSU(Printer Settings Utility), Printer
Status Monitor, Network Management in Window system.
4. Web-based-Application that offers the same functions as Stand-alone Application and RDC(Remote
Diagnosis Control) in Web environment.
Firmware is made up of:
1. Application (Emulation) that is a interpreter translate data received from Host to a printing language
(PCL, PS, GDI, etc.) to be able to allow the user to take same output as original composed in Host.
2. Kernel that control and management the whole procedure include of Control flow and Printing Job before
transfer to Engine system.
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Product specification and feature
2.2.6.3 Data and Control Flow
. GDI & PCL6 (PCL XL)
Provided below is a detail explanation of the Block Diagram above.
Host Side is made up of:
1. The Print Driver that is Windows application softwares translate printed data to one of printer languages
and creates spooler file.
2. Web-based Application offer a varity of additional functions for the printer; management of printing job,
printer administration, Status monitor to monitoring the printer status by real time in Web, independent
environment on OS.
3. Stand-alone Application that is a similar Window software as same as above 2,
4. Port Monitor that manages the network communication between spooler and Network Interface Card, or
various additional application and Network Interface Card,(this is, at first, make communication logical
port, manage the data, transfer them from spooler to network port, and offer the result of printing).
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Product specification and feature
Firmware Side is made up of:
1. Network Interface Card is that relay the communication between Host and kernel using various network
protocols.
2. Kernel manages the flow control of emulation procedure, receiving data from Host or Network card and
printing with engine & rendering job.
3. Emulation interprets the various output data from selected emulation.
4. Engine prints rendered bit-map data to paper with required size and type by Kernel.
Job Spooling function for Multi-User, Multi-Printing that is occurred in Network printing and various additional
printing functions, this Kernel use max. 10 Queuing systems in a memory.
In Printing, the two procedures are:
(1) Case of using USB Port
- After user starts to print document to PCL string or compressed GDI bit-map data; the driver translates
all graphic data and sends the data to host spooler. The spooler then sends the data stream to the
printer via USB port.
- Kernel receives this data from the Host, and then selects the emulation fit to data and start selected
one. After emulation job ends. Kernel sends the output bit-map data to Engine using Printer Video
Controller (by clock type for LSU).
- Engine print the received data to required paper with the sequential developing process.
(2) Network Interface Card
- After the user starts to print document to PCL string or compressed GDI bit-map data, the drive
translate the graphic data and send data to host spooler.
- If so, Port monitor managing network port receives data from spooler and sends a data stream to the
Network Interface Card.
- Network interface card receives it and send to Kernel part.
- Kernel receives this data from Host, and selects emulation fit to data and start selected one. After
emulation job ends. Kernel sends the output bit-map data to the Engine using Printer Video Controller
(by clock type for LSU).
- Engine print the received data to required paper with the sequential developing process.
The additional printing function are realized in:
(1) Web environment
(2) Window environment.
In addition, Kernel informs the printing and printer status to end-user making the printing job with the Status
Monitor.
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3. Disassembly and Reassembly
3.1 Precautions when replacing parts
3.1.1 Precautions when assembling and disassembling
*U
se only approved spare parts. Ensure that part number, product name, any voltage, current or
temperature rating are correct. Failure to do so could result in damage to the machine, circuit overload, fire
or electric shock.
* Do not make any unauthorized changes or additions to the printer, these could cause the printer to
malfunction and create electric shock or fire hazards.
* Take care when dismantling the unit to note where each screw goes. There are 19 different screws. Use of
the wrong screw could lead to system failure, short circuit or electric shock.
* Do not disassemble the LSU unit. Once it is disassembled dust is admitted to the mirror chamber and will
seriously degrade print quality. There are no serviceable parts inside.
* Regularly check the condition of the power cord, plug and socket. Bad contacts could lead to overheating
and firfe. Damaged cables could lead to electric shock or unit malfunction.
3.1.2 Preautions when handling PBA
Static electricity can damage a PBA, always used approved anti-static precautions when handling or storing
a PBA.
>> Precautions when moving and storing PBA
1. Please keep PBA in a conductive case, anti-static bag, or wrapped in aluminum foil.
2. Do not store a PBA where it is exposed to direct sunlight.
>> Precautions when replacing PBA
1. Disconnect power connectors first, before disconnecting other cables
2. Do not touch any soldered connections, connector terminals or other electronic parts when handling
insulated parts.
>> Precautions when checking PBA
1. Before touching a PBA, please touch other grounded areas of the chassis to discharge any static electrical
charge on the body.
2. Take care not to touch the PBA with your bare hands or metal objects as you could create a short circuit
or get an electric shock. Take extra care when handling PBAs with moving parts fitted such as sensors,
motors or lamps as they may get hot.
3. Take care when fitting, or removing, screws. Look out for hidden screws. Always ensure that the correct
screw is used and always ensure that when toothed washers are removed they are refitted in their original
positions.
3.1.3 Releasing Plastic Latches
Many of the parts are held in place with plastic latches. Release carefully to prevent
damage.
To remove such parts, press the hook end of the latch away from the part to
which it is latched.
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3.2 Screws used in the printer
The screws listed in the table below are used in this printer. Please ensure that, when you disassemble the
printer, you keep a note of which screw is used for which part and that, when reassembling the printer, the
correct screws are used in the appropriate places.
■ F-116 Series
Part Code
Location
6003-000196
Description
Qty
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
2
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000264
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
1
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
5
6003-000282
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
4
6006-001078
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PH,+,WSP,B,M3,L10,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A
1
6002-000308
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PH,+,-,B,M2.6,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
4
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
29
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000261
CASSETTE
6003-000269
FUSER
6003-000196
FRAME-LOWER
6003-000282
6003-000269
DRIVE MAIN-BRACKET
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
5
6003-000264
FRAME BASE-PICK UP
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000282
LSU
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
9
6003-000282
LSU-SUB COVER
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000264
COVER-FRONT(650P)
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,-,B,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
3
6003-000282
CARTRIDGE-TONER KIT
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
4
6003-000196
ADF FRAME-MAIN
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
6
6003-000196
ADF FRAME-LOWER
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
6
6003-000269
DRIVE ADF
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
1
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
4
6003-000282
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
1
6003-000196
SCREW-TAPTYPE;PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A
23
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A,-
12
6003-000282
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SWRCH18A,-
2
6003-000301
SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,S,M4,L6,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH18A
1
6003-000196
ADF FRAME-UPPER
6003-000269
MAINLINE
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3.3 White Roller
1. Open the OPE Unit.
2. Pull the lever up on the right end of the white roller.
Then lift the roller out.
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3.4 Front Cover
1. Take out the Cassette.
2. Open the front cover.
Unlatch the front cover from the Frame assy.
3.5 Rear cover
Remove 4 screws securing the rear cover and
remove it.
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3.6 Scan Ass’y
1. Before removing Scan Ass’y, remove the rear
cover.
4. Remove all connectors and 1 screw.
2. Open the front cover.
And remove 2 screws from the front.
5. Remove 1 screw.
Then lift the Scan Assy up.
3. Remove the harness cover [A] from the rear
after removing 1 screw.
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
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3.6.1 OPE unit
1. Open the OPE unit. And release the latch from
holder.
3. Remove 2 screws.
4. Open the OPE bottom cover.
Release the OPE PBA after removing 1
connector and 2 screws.
2. Carefully release the latches from both side of
OPE unit.
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3.6.2 Scan Drive unit
1. Remove the OPE unit. (Refer to 3.6.1)
Then remove 4 screws.
3. Remove 2 screws.
4. Unplug the connector. Then release the scan
drive unit.
2. Open the Scan Cover.
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3.6.3 ADF roller
1. Remove the Scan Drive unit.
2. Release the ADF roller as shown below.
3.6.4 CIS
1. Remove the white roller.
2. Release the CIS after unlatching both side
holder.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.7 Right/Left Cover
1. Remove the front cover and rear cover. (Refer to 3.4, 3.5)
2. Remove the Scan Assy. (Refer to 3.6)
3. Remove the Left/ Right cover by removing hooks of right/left/top/bottom side.
Hook
Hook
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3.8 Fuser Unit
1. Remove the rear cover.
2. Remove 4 screws.
3. Unplug the 2 connectors from SMPS board and Main board.
4. Take off the Fuser unit.
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3.9 Drive unit
1. Remove the Rear cover/ Scan Assy / Left cover.
3. Take off the Drive Unit after removing 1
connector.
2. Remove 6 screws.
3.10 Solenoid
1. Remove the Drive unit (refer to 3.9)
5. Remove the gears.
2. Remove the solenoid connector on Main PBA.
(refer to 3.1.14)
6. Take off the solenoid [B] after removing 1 screw.
3. Take off the solenoid [A] after removing 1 screw.
4. To remove the solenoid [B], take off the bracket
after removing 3 screws.
[B]
[A]
[B]
[A]
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3.11 FAN
1. Remove the right cover.
2. Remove 1 screw and 1 connector.
3. Take off the FAN.
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3.12 LSU
1. Remove the Rear cover/ Scan Ass’y
2. Lift the LSU unit off by removing 3 screws and 2 connectors.
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3.13 Transfer Roller
1. Open the front cover.
2. Take out the toner cartridge.
3. Take off the transfer roller by release its right shaft from hook.
Transfer roller
Caution
Don’t touch the surface of tranfer roller.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3.14 Main PBA and SMPS/HVPS board
1. Take out the Cassette unit.
2. Remove Front cover / Rear cover / Scan Ass’y / Right cover. (refer to 3.4~3.7)
3. Remove 10 screws (bottom x 9 , rear x 1 ) and 2 connector. (SMPS x 1 , Fan x 1)
4. Turn the board shield over.
5. Remove 5 screw and unplug all connectors on Main PBA. Then release the Main PBA.
6. Remove 5 screw and unplug all connectors on SMPS/HVPS board. Then release the SMPS/HVPS board.
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3.15 Pick up roller
1. Take out the Cassette unit.
2. Turn the printer over.
3. Take off the pick up roller after removing 1 screw.
3.16 Cassette holder pad
1. Take out the Cassette unit.
2. Take off the holder pad by unhooking both
latches.
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4. Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.1 Alignment and Adjustments
This chapter describes the main functions for servicing the equipment, such as the product maintenance
proper repair procedures, jam removal procedures, and so on.
4.1.1 Control Panel
■ F-116 Series
This control panel may differ from your machine depending on its model.
1
one-touch dial
Stores frequently-dialed fax number.
2
Reduce/Enlarge
Makes a copy smaller or larger than the original.
3
Delay Send
Allows you to send a fax at a later time when you will not be present.
4
Multi Send
Allows you to send a fax to multiple destinations.
5
Receive Mode
Converts the fax receiving mode.
6
Resolution
Adjusts the resolution of the documents for the current fax job.
7
Display
Shows the current status and prompts during an operation.
8
9
Arrow
OK
Scroll through the options available in the selected menu, and increase or
decrease values.
Confirms the selection on the screen.
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10
11
Menu
Status
Enters Menu mode and scrolls through the available menus.
Shows the status of your machine.
12
Back
Sends you back to the upper menu level.
13
(Fax)
Activates fax mode.
14
(Copy)
Activates copy mode.
15
(Scan)
Activates scan mode.
Dials fax number, and enters the number value for document copies or other
options.
16
Numeric keypad
17
Stop/Clear
Stops an operation at any time. The pop-up window appears on the screen
showing the current job that the user can stop or resume.
18
Start
Starts a job.
19
On Hook Dial
Performs same as you hold a handset under the telephone line is engaged.
20
Redial/Pause
In standby mode, redials the last number. Also in edit mode, inserts a pause
into a fax number.
21
Address Book
Allows you to store frequently used fax numbers or search for stored fax
numbers.
22
(power)
Turns the machine on or off.
23
power LED
Shows whether the machine is turned on or off.
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4.1.2 Understanding the Status LED
The color of the status LED indicates the machine’s current status.
STATUS
• The machine is off-line.
• The machine is in power saver mode. When data is received, or any button
is pressed, it switches to on-line automatically.
Off
Green :
Online
Red :
Error
DESCRIPTION
Blinking
• When the backlight slowly blinks, the machine is receiving data from the
computer.
• When the backlight blinks rapidly, the machine is printing data.
On
The machine is on-line and can be used.
Blinking
• A minor error has occurred and the machine is waiting for the error to be
cleared. Check the display message. When the problem is cleared, the
machine resumes.
• Small amount of toner is left in the cartridge. The estimated cartridge lifea is
nearing its replacement interval. Prepare a new cartridge for replacement.
You may temporarily increase the printing quality by redistributing the toner.
On
• A toner cartridge has almost reached its estimated cartridge lifea.
It is recommended to replace the toner cartridge.
• A paper jam has occurred.
• The cover is opened. Close the cover.
• There is no paper in the tray. Load paper in the tray.
• The machine has stopped due to a major error. Check the display
message.
a. Estimated cartridge life means the expected or estimated toner cartridge life, which indicates the average capacity of
print-outs and is designed pursuant to ISO/IEC 19752. The number of pages produced will be affected by the percent
of imaged area of your original. The operating environment, printing interval, media type, and media size, may also
affect the number of pages produced by your cartridge. Some amount of toner may remain in the cartridge even
when Toner Empty appears on the display and the printer stops printing.
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4.1.3 JAM Removal
4.1.3.1 Clearing Original Document Jams
When an original jams while passing through the document feeder, a warning message appears on the
display screen.
Input Misfeed
Exit Misfeed
1. Remove any remaining originals from the
document feeder.
1. Remove any remaining originals from the
document feeder.
2. Pull the jammed document gently out of the
document feeder.
2. Open the control panel by gripping it on the
bottom edge and pulling it.
3. Pull the document gently out of the document
feeder.
3. Load the documents back into the document
feeder.
4. Close the control panel. Then load the
documents back into the document feeder.
Note: Ensure the number of originals you place in the ADF does not exceed its tray capacity.
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4.1.3.2 Clearing paper jams
When a paper jam occurs, a warning message appears on the display.
To resume printing after clearing paper jams, you must open and close the front door.
In tray 1
3. Inspect tray and clear any damaged sheets.
1. Open and close the front door. The jammed
paper is automatically ejected from the machine.
If the paper does not exit, go to the next step.
2. Pull out tray 1.
If the paper does not move when you pull, or if
you do not see the paper in this area, check the
fuser area around the toner cartridge.
4.Insert tray 1 back into the machine until it snaps
into place. Printing automatically resumes.
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In the manual tray
Inside the machine
1. If the paper is not feeding properly, pull the
paper out of the machine.
1. Open the front door and pull the toner cartridge
out, lightly pushing it down.
2. Open and close the front door to resume
printing.
2. Remove the jammed paper by gently pulling it
straight out.
3. Replace the toner cartridge and close the front
door. Printing automatically resumes.
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In exit area
4. Pull the pressure levers down and remove the
paper.
1. Open and close the front door. The jammed
paper is automatically ejected from the machine.
If you do not see the jammed paper, go to next
step.
2. Gently pull the paper out of the output tray.
5. Return the pressure levers to their original
position.
6. Close the rear door.
If you do not see the jammed paper or if there is
any resistance when you pull, stop and go to the
next step.
7. Open and close front door, printing automatically
resumes.
3. Open the rear door.
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4.1.4 Paper Path
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4.1.5 Menu Map
The control panel provides access to various menus to set up the machine or use the machine’s functions.
These menus can be accessed by pressing Menu. To select 1st level menu, press the menu button or
numeric button.
1st Level
1. Paper Setting
◀ Paper Type ▶
2. Copy Setup
◀ Default-Change ▶
2nd Level
3rd Level
Default
Plain
Paper
Paper Type
Plain/Thick/Thin/
Cotton/Colored/
Pre-Printed/
Recycled/Envelope/
Transparency/Label/
Cardstock/Bond/
Archive
Paper Size
Tray Paper
Letter, Legal, A4,
Executive, Folio, A5,
JIS B5, A6, ISO B5,
Oficio
Letter
Manual Feed
Letter, Legal, A4,
Executive, Folio, A5,
JIS B5, A6, ISO B5,
Oficio
Letter
Darkness
Light/Normal/Dark
Normal
Original Type
Text, Photo, Text/
Photo
TEXT
Reduce/Enlarge
[Original(100%)]
100%
Default-Change
[LGL→LTR(78%)]
[LGL→A4(83%)]
[A4→LTR(94%)]
[EXE→LTR(104%)]
50%
150%
200%
[Custom:50-200%]
No. of Copies
[1-99]
1
Timeout
15,30,60,180Sec, Off
30sec
CopyCollated
On,Off
Off
Darkness
Light/Normal/Dark
Normal
Original Type
Text, Photo,
Text/Photo
TEXT
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1st Level
3. Fax Setup
◀ Ring to Answer ▶
4. Fax Feature
◀ Delay Fax ▶
2nd Level
3rd Level
Default
Ring to Answer
1~7
1
Darkness
Light/Normal/Dark
Normal
Redial Term
1~15 Min
3 minutes
Redials
0~13 times
7 times
MSG Confirm
On, Off, On-Error
On-Error
Image TCR
On, Off
On
Auto Report
On, Off
On
Auto Reduction
On, Off
On
Discard Size
0~30mm
20mm
Receive Code
0~9
9
DRPD Mode
set
Delay Fax
Fax:
Priority Fax
Fax:
Add Page
Yes, No
Cancel Job
Yes, No
Delay Rx Poll
Enter Number
Enter Name
Poll Code
5. Advanced fax
◀ Send Forward ▶
Send Forward
On
Off
RCV Forward
Off
On
Start Time/ End Time
Print Local Copy
Off
Toll Save
Junk Fax Setup
Off
On
Start Time
Off
End Time
On
Fax:
Off
Off
Secure Receive
On,Off, Print
Off
Prefix Dial
FAX: xxxxx (5 digits)
Stamp RCV Name
On, Off
Off
Caller ID
On, Off
Off
ECM Mode
On, Off
On
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1st Level
6. Reports
◀ Phone Book ▶
2nd Level
3rd Level
Default
Phone Book
Sent Report
RCV Report
System Data
Scheduled Jobs
MSG Confirm
7. Sound/Volume
◀ Speaker ▶
8. Machine Setup
◀ Machine ID ▶
Junk Fax List
10 ea
Speaker
On, Off, Comm.
Comm.
Ringer
Off, Low,Med,High
Med
Key Sound
On, Off
Off
Alarm Sound
On, Off
On
Machine ID
Fax:
ID:
Date & Time
00-00-0000
00:00(AM)
Clock Mode
12, 24 hours
12hours
Dial Mode
Tone,Pulse
Tone
Language
[English/French/
SPANISH /
PORTUGUESE /
GERMAN /ITALIAN /
DUTCH /RUSSIAN /
Norwegian/Finnish/
Danish/Swedish/
Turkish] -13
Languages
English
Toner Save
On
Off
Off
Power Save
On
5/10/15/30/45
Off
USB Mode
Fast, Slow
Fast
Clear Toner
On
Off
Off
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1st Level
9. Maintenance
◀ Clean Drum ▶
Clean Drum
2nd Level
On
3rd Level
Default
On
Off
Notify Toner
On
Off
Clear Memory
Clear All Mem.
Paper setting
Copy Setup
Fax Setup
Fax Feature
Advanced Fax
Sound/Volume
Machine Setup
Sent Report
RCV Report
Phone Book
Adjust Shading
On
Off
TonerLow Alert
On
On
Off
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4.1.6 Tech Mode
In service (tech) mode, the technician can check the machine and perform various test to isolate the cause of
a malfunction. While in Tech mode, the machine still performs all normal operations.
To enter the Tech Mode
To enter the Tech Mode, press the buttons as following
“ Menu → # → 1 → 9 → 3 → 4 → Menu”
And the LCD briefly displays ‘Tech Mode’, the machine has entered service tech mode.
After entering the tech mode, select the item you want by using the “ ◀, ▶, OK ” buttons on control panel.
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■ Tech mode Menu Map
Depth1
Data Setup
Depth2
Depth3
Send Level
-9~-15
Modem Speed
33.6, 28.8, 14.4, 12.0, 9.6, 4.8
Error Rate
5%, 10%
Dial Mode
Tone,Pulse
Notify Toner
Customer No.
Customer Name
Service No.
Serial No.
Customer Name
Service No.
Serial No.
Clear All Mem.
Clear Count
Total Page Count
FLT Scan CNT
ADF Scan Count
Used Toner CNT
Machine Test
Flash Upgrade
Local
Silence Time
Off/ 12 Sec/Unlimited
TonerLow %
[1-30]%:__
Test Param Set
[00-50]
Switch Test
Modem Test
Dram Test
Rom Test
Pattern Test
Dial Test
Shading Test
Report
Protocol
System Data
Error Info
Shading Data
Supplier Info
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Data Setup
Send Level
You can set the level of the transmission signal. Typically, the Tx level should be under -12 dBm.
Caution : The Send Fax Level is set at the best condition from factory. Never change settings arbitrarily.
Dial Mode
This function can choose dial method.
*Default : Dial (Dial/Pulse)
Modem Speed
You can set the maximum modem speed.However, outbound communication is switched automatically to
match the standard of the receiving fax. Therefore, when communicating with a lower speed modem, the
outbound communication speed will be set to low. This will allow for better transmission/reception by the
receiving fax.
Error Rate
When the error rate is about exceed the set value, the Baud rate automatically adjusts to 2400 bps. This
ensures that the error rate remains below the set value.You can select the rate between 5% and 10%.
Clear All Memory
The function resets the system to factory default settings.This function is used to reset the system to the
initial value when the product was functioning normally. All the values are returned to the default values,
and all the information, which was set by the user, will be erased.
NOTICE : Always perform a memory clear after replacing the main board. Otherwise, the system may not
operate properly.
Toner Low %
The function is to set up the time to inform toner low status. This function can provide user convenience for
replacing the toner cartridge.
Clear Count
This function resets Total Page Count, Flatbed Scan Count, ADF Scan Count.
Notify Toner
Silence Time
Test Param Set
You can set the parmeter for handset standard.
Caution : The parameter value is set at the best condition in the shipment from factory.
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Machine Test
Switch Test
Use this feature to test all keys on the operation control panel. The result is displayed on the LCD window
each time you press a key.
Modem Test
Use this feature to hear various transmission signals to the telephone line from the modem and tocheck the
modem. If no transmission signal sound is heard, it means the modem part of the mainboard malfunctioned.
Dram Test
Use this feature to test the machine’s DRAM. The result appears in the LCD display.If all memory is working
normally, the LCD shows << O K >>ROM TEST
Use this feature to test the machine’S ROM. The result and the software version appear in the LCD display.
• FLASH VER : 1.00 V
• ENGINE VER :1.00V
Shading Test
This function is to get the optimum scan quality out of
the CCD(ChargeCoupled Device).
If the copy image quality is poor, perform this function
to check the condition of the CCD unit.
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Report
PROTOCOL LIST
This list shows the sequence of the CCITT group 3 T.30 protocol during the most recent sending or receiving
operation.
If a communication error occurs, use this report to check for send and receive errors.
SYSTEM DATA
This list provides a list of the user system data settings and tech mode settings.
SUPPLIES INFO
This report shows the status of toner cartridge. This report includes toner remaining, average area coverage,
installed date etc.
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4.1.7 EDC Mode
The EDC Mode is used to independently control and test each sensor and driver component, so as to more
easily service the printer.
■ Method to enter
1. After turn on the system power, check the “Ready” message on the LCD.
2. To enter the EDC Mode, Push the buttons outlined below in the order outlined.
“Menu → Stop → Left arrow → Back → OK → Right arrow”
3. The message “COMPONENT TEST Press Menu Key” display on the LCD.
4. To get out of the EDC Mode, Press the “Stop” key
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■ EDC Mode Menu
0. Cover Status
Item
Description
When the front cover opened, “Open” message display LCD. If the front
cover closed, “Closed” message display LCD.
Front Cover
1. Sensor Status
Item
Description
Regi/Feed/Exit Sensor
Manually open and close the actuator of the sensor [Regi, Feed, and/or
Exit Sensor] you wish to check, the message “Without Paper” and “With
Paper” message will be displayed.
Empty
Manually open and close the actuator of the Empty Sensor, the message
“Present” and “Empty” message will be displayed.
2. Fan Test
Item
Fuser Fan
Description
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, fan will be run. Fuser fan will
auto - stop after 10 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
3. Clutch Test
Item
Description
Pick up Clutch
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, clutch turns on.
Pick Up Clutch will be turn off after 3 seconds and ”OFF” message will be
displayed.
Regi Clutch
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, clutch turns on.
Pick Up Clutch will be turn off after 3 seconds and ”OFF” message will be
displayed.
4. Fuser Ctrl
Item
Description
Temp Control
Fuser on and off. “ON” is selected, fuser will be active and display the
fuser temperature [XXX] but “OFF” is selected, fuser will be stop.
Fuser Temp.
Fuser temperature displayed on LCD (example: [170] )
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5. LSU Control
Item
Description
LD Power
When “OK” key is pushed after ”ON” message displayed, ”OFF” message
will be displayed after 10 seconds
LSU Motor
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. LSU motor
will auto - stop after 10 seconds and ”OFF” message will be displayed.
LSU Ready
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. ”1” message
will be displayed.
Hsync
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, motor will be run. ”1” message
will be displayed.
6. DEV Control
Item
Description
THV (+)
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, THV (+) will be turned on.
THV (-)
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, THV (-) will be turned on.
Dev Bias
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, Dev Bias will be turned on.
MHV Bias
If “OK” key is pushed after “ON” displayed, MHV Bias will be turned on.
■ ACRONYMS
• DEV – Developing High Voltage
• EDC – Embedded Diagnostic Control
• F/W – Firmware
• HVPS– High Voltage Power Supply
• H/W – Hardware
• LD – Laser Diode
• LSU – Laser Scanning Unit
• MHV – Main High Voltage (Charge Voltage)
• OPC – Optical Photo Conductor
• SCF – Second Cassette Feeder
• THV – Transfer High Voltage
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4.1.8 Firmware upgrade and replacing the main PBA.
♦ USB and Network port are used to update the firmware.
Network applications (SWAS, SWS) can be used to update the firmware.
♦ Normal Update
Send ROM file via USB, network port in Ready state.
It will automatically update and reset.
♦ Special Mode Update
1. Power On While Pressing “Stop / Clear” Button.
- It displays download mode message.
2. Send ROM file via USB.
3. It will automatically update and reset.
Note
* You can refer to the F/W Version Info. by pressing Menu → # → 1 → 9 → 3→ #
* You have to perform factory clearing
(Menu → # → 1 → 9 → 3 → 4 → Start) after updating ROM file.
Notice : If you perform a “Factory Clearing”, all of count values and data saved in MFP will be cleared.
♦ Caution when replacing the Main PBA
1. After replacing the new main PBA, press “ Menu → # →1 → 9 → 3 → Start“
2. When [Clear Memory] message appears, press “(OK)“ button.
And then select the country relative to your product.
3. After initialization, turn the machine off then on.
4. Enter the Tech mode. Execute “Shading test” in “Machine test“ to check the CIS shading data
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4.1.9 Periodic Defective Image
If an image defects appears at regular intervals on the printed-paper, it is due to a faulty or damaged roller.
Refer to the table below and check the condition of the appropriate roller.
Roller
Period (mm)
OPC Drum
Developing Roller
Charging Roller
75.6mm
35mm
37.5mm
Defective part
Phenomenon
White and Black Spots
White spot, Horizontal black band
Toner Cartridge
Black Spot and line and periodic band
Supply Roller
49mm
Periodic Band by little difference of density
Transfer Roller
47mm
Ghost, Damaged image by abnormal transfer
Pressure Roller
75.4mm
Background
Fusing Roller
77.5mm
Black spot and image ghost
Fuser
3
7
1
6
5
1
OPC
5
Tranfer roller
2
Developing Roller
6
Pressure roller
3
Charging roller
7
Fusing roller
4
Supply Roller
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Transfer roller
2
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.1.10 Error Message
Messages appear on the control panel display to indicate the machine’s status or errors. Refer to the tables
below to understand the messages’ and their meaning, and correct the problem as is necessary.
Checking display messages
• If a message is not in the table, reboot the power and try the printing job again.
• Some messages may not appear in the display depending on the options or models.
• [error number] indicates the error number.
• [tray type] indicates the tray number.
• [media type] indicates the media type.
• [media size] indicates the media size.
• [color] indicates the color of toner or imaging unit.
LCD Display
Descriptions
Solutions
Document Jam
When Document Jam occurred at
ADF module, this is displayed on
LCD.
Clear the JAM.
[Door Open]
The front cover is not securely
latched.
Close the front door.
[ No Paper ]
Add Paper
When there is no paper in CASSETTE Load paper in the paper tray.
Tray, machine displays this message
on LCD.
[Paper Jam 0]
Open/Close Door
When the machine encountered paper Clear the JAM. (Refer to JAM removal)
jam in pick-up area, Machine displays
on the LCD.
[Paper Jam 1]
Open/Close Door
When the machine encountered paper Clear the JAM. (Refer to JAM removal)
jam in paper exit of Machine, machine
displays on LCD.
[Paper Jam 2]
Check Inside
When the machine encountered paper Clear the JAM. (Refer to JAM removal)
jam in paper exit of Machine, machine
displays on the LCD.
[COMM. Error]
When the machine has problem in
communication, it displayed on the
LCD.
Machine displays this in case of
Transmission.
Machine displays this in case of fax
handshaking step of Reception.
Ask the sender to try again.
[Line Error]
When the machine has problem in
case of Fax Data reception step.
Try again. If the problem persists, wait
an hour or so for the line to clear and
try again.
Or, turn the ECM on.
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LCD Display
Descriptions
Solutions
[No Answer]
The remote fax machine has not
answered after several redial
attempts.
Try again. Make sure that the remote
machine is operational.
[Incompatible]
The remote machine does not have
the requested feature, such as a
delayed transmission. It also occurs
if the remote machine does not have
enough memory space to complete
the operation you are attempting.
Reconfirm the remote machine’s
features.
Line Busy
The remote person did not answer or
the line is already engaged.
Try again after a few minutes.
Power Failure
Power has turned off then on and the
machine’s memory has not been
saved.
You need to start again the job which
you were trying to do before the power
failure.
[Stop Pressed]
The Stop/Clear button is pressed
during a copy or fax operation.
Try again.
Memory Full
The memory is full.
Delete unnecessary documents,
retransmit after more memory
becomes available or split the
transmission into more than one
operation.
CRU Fuse Error
When the machine failed in installing
the new toner cartridge.
Open the front door and take out the
toner cartridge.
Then re-install it.
[Hsync Error]
Or
[LSU Error]
When the machine has encountered
the LSU could not reach the READY
state.
Enter the EDC mode.(Refe to EDC
mode). And check the LSU
Control Test. If the LSU is defective,
replace it.
[Toner Low]
Small amount of toner is left in the
cartridge.
The estimated cartridge life of toner is
close.
Prepare a new cartridge for
replacement. You may temporarily
increase the printing quality by
redistributing the toner.
Replace Toner
Small amount of toner is left in the
cartridge.
Replace the toner cartridge.
[Bypass Jam]
When the machine detected the nonfeeding from BYPASS tray.
Clear the JAM.
Group Not
Available
You have tried to select a group
location number where only a single
location number can be used, such
as when adding locations for a
broadcasting operation.
Just use a one-touch or speed dial
number or dial a number manually
using the number keypad
Retry Redial ?
The machine is waiting for a specified
time interval to redial a previously
busy station.
You can press OK to immediately
redial, or Stop/Clear to cancel the
redial operation.
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LCD Display
Descriptions
Solutions
NO. Not Assigned
The one-touch or speed dial location
you tried to use has no number
assigned to it
Dial the number manually using the
number keypad or assign the number.
Load Document
You have attempted to set up a copy
or fax operation with no document
loaded.
Load a document and try again.
Cancel ?
1:Yes 2:No
Your machine’s memory has become
full while documents were being
loaded into memory.
To cancel the fax job, press the No
1 button Yes. If you want to send the
pages already stored, press the No
2 button No. You should send the
remaining pages later when the
memory is available.
Operation Not
Assigned
You are doing in the Add/Cancel
Check the display to see if there is any
operation, but there is no jobs waiting. scheduled job. The display should
indicate them in standby mode, for
example, Delay Fax.
[Low Heat Error]
Temperature could not reach certain
level.
Open Heat Error
The thermistor has been disconnected. Refer to the flow chart of the fuser
problem.
[Over Heat]
Temperature has gone up very high
degree.
Refer to the flow chart of the fuser
problem.
[Jam 1] or
[No Cartridge]
There is no Cartridge in MFP.
Install the toner cartridge.
Toner Exhausted
Replace Toner
The cartridge is out of toner.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Toner Empty
Replace Toner
Toner is empty, replace or order for
new toner.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Non Muratec
Cartridge
When NON-Muratec cartridge is
inserted in MFP.
Replace the toner cartridge.
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Refer to the flow chart of the fuser
problem.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2 Troubleshooting
4.2.1 Procedure of Checking the Symptoms
Before attempting to repair the printer first obtain a detailed description of the problem from the customer.
Power On
Green LED on?
- No Power
- Power Module error
- Main PBA error
- Panel PBA error
Ready or
Power save
Error LED ON?
Test Print
printing
Quality is
Nomal?
Refer to "Solution
of Image Problem"
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Check the
error message.
( Refer to 4.1.10
Error message)
Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.2 The cause and solution of Bad image
1) Vertical Black Line and Band
Description : 1
. Straight thin black vertical line occurs in the printing.
2. Dark black vertical band occur in the printing.
1. Damaged develop roller in
the Toner cartridge. Deformed Doctor-blade
or cleaning-blade.
2. Scratched surface of
the charge roller in the toner cartridge.
3. Partly depression or
deformation on the surface of
the transfer roller.
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If causes 1 and 2 occur in the
toner cartridge, replace the toner
cartridge and try to print out.
Replace the transfer roller if
occurred as No. 3.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) Vertical White Line
Description : W
hite vertical voids in the image.
1. Foreign matter stuck onto the
window of internal lenses
of LSU mirror.
Foreign matter stuck onto the
window : Clean the LSU window
with recommended cleaner(IPA)
Clean the window with a clean
cotton swab.
2. Foreign matter or
toner particles between the toner
cartridge roller and blade. (In case the life of the
toner cartridge has been expired, white
lines or light image occur in
front of the image.)
Replace the toner cartridge.
3. It may occur due to dirty or �
foreign substances are on the window
of the toner cartridge frame.
No 3. : Clean the exposure
window. (toner cartridge)
4. If the fuser is defective,
voids occur periodically at the
top of a black image.
5. It may occur when foreign
substances are on the OPC Drum.
6. Partly depression or
deformation on the surface of the
transfer roller
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No. 4. : Open the front cover and
check ribs that corresponds to the
position of the voids. Remove if
found.
If the problems are not solved,
replace the toner cartridge.
Replace the transfer roller if
occured as NO.6
Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) Horizontal Black Band
Description : Dark
or blurry horizontal stripes occur in the printing periodically.
(They may not occur periodically.)
1. Bad contacts of the voltage
terminals to developer.
2. The rollers of
developer may be stained.
OPC Drum = 75.6mm
Developing Roller = 35mm
Charging Roller = 37.5mm
Supply Roller = 49mm
Transfer Roller = 47mm
Pressure Roller = 75.4mm
Fusing Roller = 77.5mm
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Clean each voltage terminal of the
Charge, Supply, Develop and
Transfer roller.(remove the toner
particles and paper particles)
1. Clean the right Gear that has
relatively small gap of the teeth
in the OPC.
2. If the malfunction persists,
replace the developer.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
4) Black/White Spot
Description : 1.
Dark or blurry spots occur periodically in the printing
2. White spots occur periodically in the printing
1. If dark or blurry
black spots occur periodically,
the rollers in the Developer may be contaminated with foreign material or paper particles.
(Charge roller : 37.5mm interval
OPC drum : 75.6mm interval)
Print several OPC cleaning Mode
Prints and then run the Self-test
2 or 3 times.
2. If faded areas or voids
occur in a black image at intervals
of 75.6 mm, or black spots occur elsewhere,
the OPC drum surface is
damaged.
In case of 75.6 mm interval
unremovable in 1, Clean foreign
substances stuck on the OPC location
equivalent to black spots and white
spots with a dry duster
.
1. The transfer roller has expired
[50.000 sheets]. Replace it.
3. If a black image is
partially broken, the transfer voltage is
abnormal or the transfer roller's
life has expired.
2. In case of 37.5 mm interval
unremovable in 1, take measures
as to replace the developer
cartridge and try to print out.
3. Clean the inside of the set against
the paper particles and foreign
matter in order not to cause the
trouble.
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5) Light Image
Description : The printed image is light, with no ghost.
1. Develop roller
brush is too thin due to the cartridge
being almost empty.
Check if the Toner Save mode is off.
Check if the density is light.
No 1 : Replace the toner cartridge
and try to print out.
No 2 : Instruct the customer that the
machine has to be at average room
temperate in order to produce good
copy quality.
2. Ambient temperature
is below than 10℃.
3. Bad contact
caused by the toner stains
between the high voltage terminal
in the HVPS.
4. Abnormal output
from the HVPS.
(Run self-test and check 1~4)
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No3 : Clean any contaminated
terminals.
Replace the HVPS if the problems
any contaminated terminals.
not solved by the above four
instructions.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
6) Dark Image or a Black Page
Description : The printed image is dark.
1. No charge voltage in the engine board.
Check the state of the connector
which connects the engine board
and HVPS.
2. Charge voltage is not turned
on due to the bad contacts between
power supply in the side of the Toner
cartridge and charge terminal
of HVPS.
1. Clean the high voltage charge
terminal.
2. Replace the HVPS if not solved
by the above direction 1 and 2.
3. VD0 signal of the Main PBA is Low state.
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Replace the LSU Unit or Main PBA.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
7) Uneven Density
Description : Print Density is uneven between left and right.
1. The pressure force
on the left and right springs of the
transfer roller is not even, the springs are
damaged, the transfer roller is improperly
installed, or the transfer roller
bushing or holder is
damaged.
2. The life of the Toner cartridge
has expired.
3. The toner level is not even on
the toner cartridge roller due to the
bad blade.
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Replace both the left and right
Spring Holder.
Occur in the toner cartridge gently
shake the toner cartridge.
Replace the toner cartridge and
try to print out.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
8) Background
Description : Light dark background appears in whole area of the printing.
1. Does character
exist less than 2% per a page, or has
machine been left used
for a long time?
The toner cartridge is basically
designed to print 7K sheets with
5% image. If it prints more than
8K sheets with 2% coverage, a
background can occur.
2. Is a recycled toner cartridge be used?
The A/S is not guaranteed if using
a recyled the toner cartridger.
3. Has the life span of the toner
cartridge ended?
Replace the toner cartridge when
the life span of it has been ended.
4. Is the movement(Up and Down)
of the transfer roller smooth?
Clean the bushing part of the
transfer roller.
1. If the problem is still not solved,
replace the toner cartridge.
2. Gently shake the toner
cartridge.
5. Is the HVPS normal?
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
9) Ghost (1)
Description : Ghost occurs at 75.5 mm intervals of the OPC drum in the whole printing.
75.5mm
1. Bad contacts
caused by contamination
from toner particles between high voltage
terminal in the main body and the
electrode of the Toner
cartridge.
Clean any contaminated terminals.
2. Bad contacts caused
by contamination from toner particles
between high voltage terminal in the main
body and the one in the
HVPS board.
Occur in the toner cartridge,
replace the toner cartridge and
try to print out.
3. The life of toner cartridge is expired.
4. Transfer roller lifetime(50K sheets)
has expired.
Replace the engine board if not
solved by the above directions 1-2.
If not solved by the direction 3,
check the transfer roller lifetime
and replace it.
Continue..
Continue..
5. Abnormal low temperature
(below 10℃).
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Instruct the customer that the
machine has to be at average room
temperate in order to produce good
copy quality.
If not solved by the direction 3,
check the transfer roller lifetime
and replace it.
4. Transfer roller lifetime(50K sheets)
has expired.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
Continue..
Continue..
Instruct the customer that the
machine has to be at average room
temperate in order to produce good
copy quality.
5. Abnormal low temperature
(below 10℃).
Occur in the toner cartridge,
replace the toner cartridge and
try to print out.
6. Damaged cleaning blade in the
toner cartridge.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
10) Ghost (2)
Description : G
host occurs at 75.5 mm intervals of the OPC drum in the whole printing.
(When printing on card stock or transparencies using manual feeder)
75.5mm
When printing on card stock
thicker than normal paper or
transparencies such as OHP, higher
transfer voltage is
required.
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Select 'Thick Mode' on paper type
menu from the software application
and after using returning to the
original mode is recommended.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
11) Ghost (3) : Fuser
Description : G
host occurs at 62.8 mm or 77.6mm intervals.
62.8 or 77.6mm
The temperature of the fuser �
is being maintained too high.
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Disassemble the fuser Unit.
Clean the Fuser Rollers,
and Thermistor.
(Caution: can be deformed)
Alignment and Troubleshooting
12) Stains on the Face of Page
Description : T
he background on the face of the printed page is stained.
1. Toner leakage due to improperly
sealed toner cartridge.
Replace the toner cartridge.
2. If the transfer roller is
contaminated, stains on the face of
page will occur.
If the transfer roller is
contaminated, run PC Cleaning
Mode Print 2 or 3 times.
And perform Self-Test 2 or 3 times
to remove contamination.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
13) Stains on Back of Page
Description : The back of the page is stained at 47 mm or 62.8mm intervals.
47 or 62.8mm
1. Replace the transfer roller if
contaminated severely.
2. Perform the OPC Cleaning Mode
Print 2 or 3 times. Run Self-Test
to remove the contamination of
the transfer roller.
1. 47mm : Transfer roller is
contaminated.
2. 62.8mm : Pressure roller is
contaminated.
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Disassemble the fuser and clean
the H/R(Heat Roller) and P/R
(Pressure roller). And check the
area between H/R and Thermistor.
If contaminated, clean the thermistor,
be careful not to bend its mounting
bracket.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
14) Blank Page Print out (1)
Description : Blank page is printed.
Bad ground contacts in OPC and/or
toner cartridge.
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1. Check if the Ground-OPC is
defective(set inside right side).
2. Remove contamination of the
terminals of the toner cartridge
and the unit.
62.8 or 77.6mm
15)
Blank
Page Print outDigital
(2) Printer
Digital
Printer
95 mm
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Digital Printer
Digital Printer
32 mm
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
Digital Printer
Digital Printer
Digital Printer
Digital
Printer
Description : 1. Blank page is printed.
Digitalblank
Printer
Digital Printer2. One or several
pages are printed.
Digital Printer
Digital Printer3. When the printer
turns on, several blank pages print.
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1. Bad ground contacts in OPC and/or
toner cartridge.
Remove contamination of the
terminals of the toner cartridge.
1. Perform the engine self test
using EDC Mode to check if the
Solenoid is normal.
2. If not solved by the above
directions 1-2, Replace the
engine board.
3. Turn the power off, delete the
data of PC and try printing again.
2. Abnormal solenoid.
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4.2.3 The cause and solution of the bad discharge
1) Wrong Print Position
Description : P
rinting begins at wrong position on the paper.
Wrong sense time caused by defective
feed sensor actuator.
Replace the defective actuator
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) JAM 0
Description : 1
. Paper is not exited from the cassette.
2. Jam-0 occurs when the paper feeds into the printer
1. Check the Solenoid by using
EDC Mode.
Replace the solenoid.
2. Check if the pad is loose due to
bad sealing of the side-pad.
Replace the side-pad Assembly
L or R, if necessary.
3. Check the surface of the roller-pickup
for foreign matter.
Clean with soft cloth dampened
with IPA(Isopropyl Alcohol) or
water.
4. If continuous clusters
occur, check whether the assembly
slot between shaft-pickup and
housing-pickup opens or
is broken away.
Replace the Main PBA and/or
Sensor.
5. If the paper feeds into
the printer and Jam 0 occurs, perform
EDC Mode to check feed-sensor
of the engine board.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) JAM 1
Description : 1
. Recording paper is jammed in front of or inside the fuser.
2. Recording paper is stuck in the discharge roller and in the fuser just after
passing through the Actuator-Feed.
1. If the recording paper is jammed in
front of or inside the fuser.
Replace the SMPS or Exit-Sensor.
2. If the recording paper is
stuck in the discharge roller and the
fuser just after passing through the
Actuator-Feed, Feed Actuator
may be defective.
1. Replace the Main PBA.
2. Reassemble the Actuator-Feed
and Spring-Actuator if the
movement is bad.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4) JAM 2
Description : 1
. Recording paper is jammed in front of or inside the fuser.
2. Recording paper is stuck in the discharge roller and in the fuser just after
passing through the Actuator-Feed.
1. If the paper is
completely fed out of the printer,
but Jam 2 occurs : Exit sensor is defective.
- After the paper is completely discharged, actuator
Exit should return to the original position to shut the
photo-sensor. Sometimes it takes longer
hour than it should and does
not return.
Check if the exit sensor actuator is
defective.
- Check if the actuator exit is
deformed (Check if the lever part
is deformed in shape).
- Check whether burrs occur in the
assembly part of the actuator exit
or not and if the actuator is
smoothly operated.
- Check if foreign matter and wire
get caught in the actuator exit's
operation.
2. If the paper is
rolled in the Fuser Roller:
- This occurs when a Guide claw is broken
away or transformed.
- It occurs when the Spring of a Guide claw is broken
away or transformed.
- It occurs when the Heat-Roller or
Pressure-Roller is seriously
contaminated with
the toner.
3. Paper is accordion in the fuser.
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If the paper is stuck in the fuser :
disassemble the fuser and remove
the jammed paper, and clean the
surface of the pressure roller with
dry gauze.
Remove the jammed paper after
disassembling the fuser : Clean
the surface of the pressure roller
with dry gauze.
- Remove the toner particles
stained on the rib.
- Check the assemblage and
performance of the exit.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
5) Multi-Feeding
Description : M
ultiple sheets of paper are fed at once.
Check the Guide side L/R or Guide
Rear in the Cassette, if the
position is correct.
Replace the solenoid if necessary.
2. Solenoid malfunction
(the solenoid does not work properly):
Perform EDC Mode.
Replace the Main PBA.
3. Pad-Friction is contaminated
with foreign matter.(oil...)
Clean the pad friction with soft
cloth dampened with IPA
(Isopropyl Alcohol).
4. The face of paper is blended.
Use the smooth paper.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
6) Paper rolled in the fuser
Description : If contaminated at intervals of 77.6mm on the back of a paper.
After disassembling the fuser,
clean contamination between the
heat roller and the thermostor and
remove the contamination of the
pressure roller.
1. Contamination of the
pressure roller or heat roller
(Background, Hot off set).
1. If there is heavy background,
repair it by the background
troubleshooting method.
2. Clean the surface of the heat
roller with IPA or water
3. Check the warp or separation
of the print claw and the holder
plate claw, and then manage it.
2. Check the claw of the fuser
whether it is deformed.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
7) Paper rolled on the OPC Drum
Description : P
aper is rolled up in the OPC.
Recommend to use normal paper.
1. Paper is too much thin.
How to remove the rolled paper
in the OPC.
Remove the paper while turning
the OPC against the ongoing
direction.
Clean fingerprints on the OPC
softly with soft cloth dampened
with tissue.
2. The face of paper is curled.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.4 The cause and solution of the malfunction
1) Fuser Error
Description : F
user error is displayed on LCD
Replace the fuser if a thermostat
is open.
1. Check whether the thermostat,
AC wire, and/or heat lamp are
open or not.
2. Check whether a
thermistor is open or not.
Replace the fuser if a thermistor
sensor is located deep inside of
a sponge.
3. Heat lamp ON/OFF test
Check whether the overheat
mode circuit operates normally
or not.
4. It could not operate
due to a gear of a fuser is melted.
Replace the fuser.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) LSU Error
Description : “PMOTOR ERROR/HSYNC ERROR’
1. Check whether the LSU
connector is disconnected or not.
Replace a LSU
Replace a main board if the same
error occurs again after replacing
a LSU.
2. Check whether the LSU
motor is rotating or not.
3. Check the HSYNC signal.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) Not function of the gear of the fuser due to melting away
Description : The motor breaks away from its place due to gear melting away.
1. Replace the Fuser.
2. Replace the Main PBA.
3. Replace the SMPS.
1. Check the Heat Lamp.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4) Paper Empty
Description : P
aper empty error message is displayed on LCD when paper is loaded in the
cassette.
1. Bending or deformation
of the actuator of the paper sensor.
Replace the defective actuator.
2. The function of the
engine board is defective
Replace the Sensor PBA.
3. Check the Connector.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
5) Paper Empty without indication
Description : P
aper empty error message does not display when the paper cassette is empty.
1. Bending or deformation
of the actuator of the paper sensor.
Replace the defective actuator.
2. The function of the
engine board is defective
Replace the engine board.
4-54
Alignment and Troubleshooting
6) Cover Open
Description : The ERROR lamp is on even when the print cover is closed.
1. The hook lever in the
front cover or Guide rear
may be defective.
Replace the hook lever,
if defective.
2. Check the connector
and circuit of the cover switch department
in the Main Control board.
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1. Check the insertion of the
Cover Open S/W Connect.
2. Replace the Main Control
board or Cover Open S/W.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
7) No error LED when the cover is open
Description : T
he Error LED does not come on even when the printer cover is open
1. Check the connector and
circuit of the cover switch department
in the Main Control board.
Perform DCU test
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1. Check the insertion of the
Cover Open S/W Connect.
2. Replace the Main Control
board or Cover Open S/W.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
8) No Power
Description : When system power is turned on, all lamps on the operator panel do not come on.
Replace the power supply cord
or SMPS.
1. Check if the power input
and SMPS output are normal.
2. Check the condition
of LED-Panel or LDC window on the
front-cover if the OP panel does not
appear after normal
warming-up.
1. Replace the control board.
2. Replace the OP panel.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
9) Vertical Line Getting Curved
Description : When printing, vertical line gets curved.
1. If the supply of +24v is
unstable in the Main Control board
linking with LSU, check drive by
EDC Mode:
LSU Check.
Replace LSU.
1. Replace theToner Joint PBA.
2. Replace the MainPBA.
2. Chect the Deve PBA
in the Toner Cartridge.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.5 The cause and solutions of bad environment of the software
1) The printer is not working (1)
Description : W
hile Power turned on, the printer is not working in the printing mode.
Check the power of the printer and perform
the Self-Test. If the test printing works, that
means no problems in the printer itself.
If the test printing does not work, that
means bad functioning of the printer
(not because of software).
1. Run Self-Test Mode:
Turn the power on while pressing
the test printing button for 2 or 3 seconds
before printing works.
Replace the printer cable. If the problems
not solved even after the cable replaced,
check the amount of the remaining tone.
(refer to Toner Cartridge Service 4-5)
2. Check if the PC and the
printer is properly connected and
the toner cartridge installed.
Check if the connection between PC and printer
port is proper. If you using windows, check if the
printer driver in the controller is set up. If the printer
driver is properly set up, check in which program
the printing is not working. The best way to find out
is to open the memo pad to check the function of
printing. If it is not working in a certain program,
adjust the setup the program requires. Sometimes,
the printout is normal within the Windows basic
programs, but it's not working in a particular
program. In such case, install the new driver again.
If not working in the Windows basic program,
Check the setup of the port of CMOS is on ECP.
And check the address of IRQ 7 and 378
3. Printing is not working in the Windows.
4. Check if the printer cable is
directly connected to peripheral devices
If the scanner needs to be connected to the
printer, first the remove the scanner from
the PC to see if the printer is properly
working alone.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) The printer is not working (2)
Description : A
fter receiving the printing order, no response at all or the low speed of printing occurs
due to wrong setup of the environment rather than malfunction of the printer itself.
Not working with the message 'insufficient
printer memory' means hard disk space
problem rather than the RAM problem.
In this case, provide more space for the
hard disk. Secure more space using the
disk utilities program.
1. Secure more space of the hard disk.
2. Printing error occurs even
if there is enough space in the hard disk.
The connection of the cable and printer
port is not proper. Check if the connection
is properly done and if the parallel port in
CMOS is rightly set up.
3. Check the parallel-port-related
items in the CMOS Setup.
As a printer port, Select ECP or SPP
among SPP(Normal), ECP, and EPP
modes(increase printing speed) SPP
normal mode support 8-bit data transfer,
while ECP Mode transfer the 12-bit data.
If the regular font is not printing, the cable
or the printer driver may be defective.
Turn the PC and printer off, and reboot the
system to print again. If not solved,
double-click the printer in my computer If
the regular fonts are not printed this time
again. the cable must be defective so
replace the cable with new one.
4. Reboot the system to print.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) Abnormal Printing
Description : T
he printer is not working properly even when the cable has no problem (even after the
cable is replaced). If the printer will not work at all or the strange fonts are repeated, the
printer driver may be defective or wrong setup in the CMOS Setup.
Select SPP(Normal) or ECP LPT Port the
among ECP, EPP or SPP in the CMOS
Setup.
1. Set up the parallel
port in the CMOS SETUP.
Check the printer in My Computer.
(to see if the printer driver is compatible to
the present driver or delete the old driver,
if defective and reinstall the new driver)
2. Printer Driver Error.
3. Error message
from insufficient memory.
(The printing job sometimes stops or due
to insufficient virtual memory, but it actually
comes from the insufficient
space of the hard
disk.)
Delete the unnecessary files to secure
enough space of the hard disk and start
printing job again.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.6 Fax & Phone Problems
1) No Dial Tone
Description : While on-hook button is pressed, there is no dial tone.
1. Check if the telephone
line cord is connected to
TEL LINE correctly.
If the telephone cord is normal but
there is no dial tone, then try to
replace the LIU B'd.
2. Check if it makes CLICK
sound while OHD key is pressed.
If you cannot hear the OHD
CLICK sound, the OPE Ass'y may
be defective. Try to replace the
OPE Ass'y.
3. Check the connection of
HARNESS between the
LIU and the Main B'd.
Check the Speaker connection,
and try to replace it.
4. Check if the SPEAKER
is connected correctly.
Lastly, try to replace the Main B'd.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) Defective MF DIAL
Description : T
he MF DIAL is not functioning.
If you cannot hear the OHD
CLICK sound, the OPE Ass'y may
be defective. Try to replace the
OPE Ass'y.
1. Check if the telephone line is
connected correctly.
2. Wile the BUTTON KEY is
pressed, check for a CLICK sound.
If you can hear a CLICK sound,
after checking the connection of
HARNESS between the LIU and
the Main PBA, try to replace the
HARNESS.
3. Check the connection of
HARNESS between the
LIU and the Main PBA.
The problem still persists, then
replace the LIU and the main B'd
in sequence.
Notes: Product supports the MF
DIAL type only.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) Defective FAX FORWARD/RECEIVE
Description : The FAX FORWARD/RECEIVE is not functioning.
1. Check if you can hear
a dial tone by pressing
OHD.
If the MODEM testing is normal
and there is no dial tone, then try
to replace the LIU B'd.
2. Check if you can
hear a RECEIVE tone while
MODEM testing in the
TECH Mode.
If the MODEM testing is abnormal,
try to replace the Main B'd.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4) Defective FAX FORWARD
Description : R
ECEIVE is functioning, but FORWARD is not functioning or the received data are
broken.
1. Check if there is NOISE
when pressing on-hook dial.
If it makes NOISE while using
on-hook dial, replace or
repair the telephone line.
2. Check the RECEIVE
condition by trying to forward
a FAX to another fax machine from
the forwarding side FAX.
3. Check if the telephone
line connected to the Product
is contaminated or gets
stripped off or down.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
5) Defective FAX RECEIVE (1)
Description : F
ORWARD is functioning, but RECEIVE is not functioning or the received data are
broken.
1.Check if there is NOISE
when pressing on-hook dial.
If it makes NOISE while
on-hooking, replace or repair
the telephone line.
2.Check the RECEIVE
condition by trying to receive a
FAX at another fax machine.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
6) Defective FAX RECEIVE (2)
Description : T
he received data are lengthened or cut in the printing.
1. Check if there is NOISE
when pressing on-hook dial.
If it makes NOISE, rearrange the
telephone line. (Refer to 'Defective
FAX RECEIVE'.)
2. Ask to the forwarding
side, check the image quality of another
machine receiving a FAX
additionally sent to.
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Check if the FAX status of the
forwarding side is also normal.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
7) Defective FAX RECEIVE (3)
Description : T
he phone is ringing continuously, but it cannot receive.
Even when the RECEIVE Mode is
changed to FAX MODE, it cannot
receive, then replace the LIU and
the Main B'd in sequence.
Check if the RECEIVE Mode is
TEL MODE or FAX MODE.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
8) Defective FAX RECEIVE (4)
Description : T
he received data is reduced by more than 50% in the printing.
After checking the data of the
forwarding side, correct the
FAX of the forwarding side.
Check the FAX status of the
forwarding side.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
9) Defective Automatic Receiving
Description : T
he automatic receiving function is not working.
1. If the RECEIVE Mode is set to
the TEL MODE, reset it to the
FAX MODE.
2. Even after the RECEIVE Mode
is changed to the FAX Mode,
it cannot receive, then try to
replace the LIU and the Main
B'd in sequence.
1. Check if the RECEIVE Mode is
TEL MODE or FAX MODE.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.7 Copy Problems
1) Black Copy
Description : Black page is printed out when copy.
1. Check the Scan-Cover open.
Room light can pass through a
thin original.
2. Check shading profile.
Remake shading profile in the
tech mode.
3. Check white/black reference
voltage in Main PBA.
Replace U60 if it is defective.
. U60-154 = 0.5V
. U60-155 = 3.3V
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) White Copy
Description : W
hite page is printed out when Copy.
1. Check the CCD problem in Main PBA.
Check the CCD harness contact.
Remake shading profile in the
tech mode.
2. Check shading profile.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
3) Abnormal noise
Description : T
here is noise when copy.
Check the right position of the
Scanner Motor, and check the any
mechanical disturbance in the
CCD carriage part.
1. Check the Scanner Motor
and any mechanical disturbance.
2. Check the Motor Driver in Driver PBA.
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If any driver is defective, replace it.
. Connection PBA U4-1, 19 or
U5-1, 19=0V to 24V swing signal
when operating.
Alignment and Troubleshooting
4) Defective Image Quality
Description : T
he copied image is light or bad.
Perform shading profile in the
tech mode.
1. Check shading profile.
2. Check the gap between
original and scanner glass.
The gap above 0.5 mm can
cause a blurred image.
3. Check printing quality.
See "Print" troubleshooting.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
4.2.8 Scanning Problems
1) Defective PC Scan
Description : The PC Scan is not functioning at all.
1. Check the Cable (USB or Parallel)
If the PC and the cable are not
connected properly, reconnect it.
2. Check if the driver is
installed properly.
After confirming that it is proper
by performing a PC printing test
related to driver setup, if it is not
so, reinstall it.
(Refer to User's Manual.)
If copy function works, replace the
Main PBA.
If copy function doesn't work,
replace the CCD Ass'y and try
again.
3. Check if copy function
operates normally.
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Alignment and Troubleshooting
2) Defective Image Quality of PC Scan
Description : T
he image PC scanned is not clear or bad.
1. Check the waveform form
by performing a CCD
test in TECH Mode.
If the CCD waveform form is
abnormal, try to replace the CCD
Ass'y.
2. Check if the resolution is
set too low in PC Scan options.
(Refer to User's Manual.)
If the resolution is set too low,
Instruct the user as to how to set
the resolution properly.
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Front Cover
Micro Switch
SMPS
&
HVPS
24V
Varistor
THV
5-1
S
D
INLET
T
M
C
R
U
M
MHV
Regi
Sensor
ThermoStat
Feed
Sensor
FAN SMPS
Thermistor
FUSER Unit
EXIT
Sensor
EEPROM
M24C04
4KB
SDRAM
(16MB X 1EA)
MAIN
Controller
Main
Motor
MT
SOL
REGI
Clutch
Core : 66MHz
SOL
CHORUS2
LCD (16X2)
1
2
3
4
Main
S/W
OPC
DRUM
DEV
DEVELOPER Unit
Supply
24VS
Empty
Sensor
LSU
OPE
MCLK
VCLK
SPEAKER
Battery
10MHz
Clock
Generator
16.753MHz
Clock
Generator
SCAN MOTOR DRIVER
MODEM
CONEXENT
LIU
STEP
MT
CISM
SCAN
MOTOR
System Diagram
5. System Diagram
5.1 Block Diagram
Front Cover
Micro Switch
SMPS
&
HVPS
24V
Varistor
THV
S
D
INLET
T
M
C
R
U
M
MHV
Regi
Sensor
Feed
Sensor
ThermoStat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
FAN SMPS
FUSER Unit
Thermistor
nP_FEED
nP_EMPTY
5V
5V
GND
GND
GND
3.3V
GND
GND
24VS
24VS
24V
nP_REGI
THV_READ
GND
THV_PWM
GND
BIAS_PWM
nTHV_EN
GND
MHV_PWM
FAN_MAIN
PULLUP
nP_EXIT
FUSER_ON
EXIT
Sensor
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
THERM
EN_FUSER
FAN_SMPS
GND
3.3V_CRUM
CRUM_DATA_OUT
CRUM_CLK
GND
nP_EMPTY
nP_FEED
5V
5V
GND
GND
3.3V
GND
GND
GND
24VS
24VS
nP_REGI
24V
GND
THV_READ
GND
THV_PWM
nTHV_EN
BIAS_PWM
MHV_PWM
GND
PULLUP
FAN_MAIN
FUSER_ON
nP_EXIT
LSU
1
2
3
4
5
LSU I/F
CN7
EEPROM
M24C04
4KB
SDRAM
(16MB X 1EA)
MAIN
Controller
24V
GND
nLSU_MOT_EN
nREADY_LSU
CLK_LSU_MOT
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
nLDON_LSU
LD_POWER1
GND
HSYNC_1
nSH_LSU_1
GND
VDO_1_N
VDO_2_P
GND
5V_LSU
LCD (16X2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CN5
MAIN MOTOR &
REGI_CLUTCH
FAN_SMPS
THERMISTOR
CN11
Main
Motor
MT
SOL
REGI
Clutch
Core : 66MHz
PICKUP_CLUTCH
CN9
CHORUS2
OPE I/F
CN13
GND
5V
OPE_RXD
nOPE_RST
OPE_TXD
BAT
nKEY_POWER_SW
1
2
3
4
Main
S/W
OPC
DRUM
DEV
DEVELOPER Unit
Supply
24VS
Empty
Sensor
CN2
OUT1A
OUT1B
OUT2A
OUT2B
SMPS I/F
1
2
3
4
5-2
CN6
24VS
REGI_CLUTCH
CRUM
5
6
CN10
SOL
24VS
CN8
MAIN_CLUTCH
SMPS I/F
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SPEAKER
MCLK
VCLK
SPEAKER
CN16
LIU
LINE
HOOK
CN19
EXTERNAL
BATTERY
CN18
10MHz
Clock
Generator
16.753MHz
Clock
Generator
SCAN MOTOR DRIVER
MODEM
CONEXENT
CN17
CN15
BAT
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SPEAKER_OUT1
SPEAKER_OUT2
Battery
1
2
1
2
CIS
CN14
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
AFE_SIG
CIS_SEL
GND
CIS_3.3V
10K PULLUP
CIS_SI
CIS_CLK
CIS_12V
CIS_BLED
CIS_GLED
CIS_RLED
GND
OUT1A
OUT1B
OUT2A
OUT2B
VBUS
DM1
DP1
GND
GND
GND
SCAN MOTOR
2
3
4
5
CN4
2
3
4
5
USB DEVICE
OPE
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
STEP
MT
CISM
SCAN
MOTOR
System Diagram
5.2 Connection Diagram
CN1
Reference Information
6. Reference Information
This chapter contains the tools list, list of abbreviations used in this manual, and a guide to the location space
required when installing the printer. A definition of test pages and Wireless Network information definition is
also included.
6.1 Tool for Troubleshooting
The following tools are recommended safe and easy troubleshooting as described in this service manual.
• DVM (Digital Volt Meter)
Standard : Indicates more than 3 digits.
• Cleaning Equipments
Standard : An IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) dry wipe tissue
or a gentle neutral detergent and lint-free
cloth.
• Driver
Standard : “-” type, “+” type (M3 long, M3 short, M2
long, M2 short).
• Vacuum Cleaner
• Spring Hook
Standard : For general use
• Tweezers
Standard : For general home use, small type.
• Software (Driver) installation CD ROM
• Cotton Swab
Standard : For general home use, for medical
service.
6-1
Reference Information
6.2 Acronyms and Abbreviations
The table below explains abbreviations used in this service manual.
The contents of this service manual are declared with abbreviations in many parts. Please refer to the
table.
6.2.1 Acronyms
ABSAutomatic Background Suppression
FDI
Foreign Device Interface
(a kind of copy feature)
FIA
Foreign Interface Attachment
APF
Automatic Paper Feeder (Tray)
FRU
Field Replaceable Unit
BOOTP
BOOTSTRAP PROTOCOL
FPOT
First Print Out Time
CCD
Charged Coupled Device
GW
GateWay
CIS
Contact Image Sensor
HHHigh Temperature, High Humidity
CPM
Copies Per Minute
CP
Control Panel (= OPE)
CQ
Copy Quality
CRU
Customer Replaceable Unit
IDC
International Data Corp.
CRUM
CRU Memory
IMAP
Internet Message Access Protocol
CW
Center Ware
IPP
Internet Printing Protocols
IPM
Images Per Minute
IPX
Internetwork Packet Exchange
IQ
Image Quality
(Testing Chamber conditions)
HPVCHalftone Printing Video Controller in the
SPGPm (Graphic Processor for Copy)
CWDPCenter Ware Device Discovery Software
(SyncThru)
CWIS
Center Ware Internet Services
ITUInternational Telecommunication Union
DADFDuplex Auto Document Feeder
JBIGJoint Binary Image Group
(a kind of image data coding method)
(= DADH)
DC
Direct Connect
JPEGJoint Photographic Expert Group
DDNS
Dynamic Domain Name System
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
DLC
Data Link Control
LEF
Long Edge Feeding
DNS
Domain Name System
LLLow Temperature, Low Humidity
ECM
Error Correction Mode
ECP
Enhanced Capability Port
(a kind of image data coding method)
(Testing Chamber conditions)
LPR/LPDLine Printer Daemon Protocols
e-CoilExtended Coil technology for Rapid
(LPR is a TCP-based protocol)
(Fast) Fusing.
LSU
Laser Scanning Unit
LUI
Local User Interface
MCBF
Mean Copy Between Failure
ESMTPExtended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
MDSP
Multiple Document Single Printout
EP
Electro Photography
MFP
Multi-Functional Product
EPC
Electric Pre-Collation
MHModified Huffman
FCOT
First Copy Out Time
EH&SEnvironment, Health,
& Safty
(a kind of image data coding method)
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Reference Information
MIB
Management Information Base
RCP
Remote Control Panel
MIME
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
RT-OS
Real Time Operating System
RX
Receive
S2E
Scan-To-Email
SAD
Solid Area Density
(a kind of image data coding method)
SC
Service Call
MN std
Multi-National Standard
SCF
Second Cassette Feeder
MSOK
Master SOK (System Operation Key)
SDSP
Single Document Single Printout
MSO
Mixed Size Original
SDMP
Single Document Multiple Printout
MP
Multi Purpose
SDR
Shut Down Rate
MPBF
Mean Print Between Failure
SEF
Short Edge Feeding
MSI
Multi Sheet Input
SIRSacrified(or Standard) Image Reference
MTBF
Mean Time Between Failure
SOK
MTTR
Mean Time To Repair
sRGBStandard RGB
NCP
Network Control Protocol
NIC
Network Interface Card
SNMPSimple Network Management Protocol
NOS
Network Operating System
TCP/IPTransmission Control Protocol/Internet
MRModified Read
(a kind of image data coding method)
MMRModified and Modified Read
System Operation Key
(Color Coordinate System)
NNNormal Temperature, Normal Humidity
Protocol
(Testing Chamber conditions)
TIFF(Adobe & Aldus) Tagged Image File
NSDR
Non-Shut Down Rate (=USDR)
NW
Network
TRIMTechnical Retrofit Interim Maintenance
OD
Optical Density
TTM
Time to Market
OHD
On Hook Dial
TX
Transmit
OSOK
Optional SOK(System Operation Key)
UI
User Interface
OP
Operational Procedure
UMC
Unit Manufacturing Cost
PCL
Printer Control Language
UMR
Unscheduled Maintenance Ratio
PDF
(Adobe) Portable Document Format
UPnP
Universal Plug and Play
PPM
Pages Per Minute
USB
Universal Serial Bus
PQ
Print Quality
USDR
Un-Shut Down Rate (=NSDR)
PS/3
PostScript Level-3
XCMIManagement Information
Format
PVCPrinting Video Controller in the SPGPm
QCD
Base
(Graphic Processor for Printer)
WA
Quality, Cost, and Delivery
W x D x H Width x Depth x Height
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Warranty Action
Reference Information
6.2.2 Service Parts
ACRONYM
EXPLANATION
ELA HOU-SCANNER ASS’Y
ELA=Electrical Assembly, HOU =Housing
MEA UNIT-COVER PA EXIT ASS’Y
MEA= Mechanical Assembly, PA=Paper
PMO-TRAY EXTENTION MP NEPMO= Processing Mold
MP=Multi-Purpose (Bypass) tray
NE=for NEC
MEC-CASSETTE ASS’Y (LETTER)
MEC = Mechanic Combined unit
COVER-M-FRONT
M=Mold
MPR-NAME/PLATE
MPR= Machinery Press,
UNIT-LSU
LSU =Laser Scanning Unit
SMPS-SMPS(V1)+HVPSSMPS =Switching Mode Power Supply
HVPS =High Voltage Power Supply
ELA-OPC UNIT SET
OPC=Organic Photo-Conductive
ELA HOU-MP ASS’Y
MP =Multi-Purpose (Bypass) tray
PBA MAIN-MAIN
PBA =Printed Circuit Board Assembly
PMO-CONNECT PAPER MFP
MFP =Multi-Functional Peripheral
FAN-DC
DC =Direct Current
CBF POWER STITCH GRAY
CBF= Cable Form
MEA UNIT GUIDE CST PA ASS’Y
CST=Cassette (Paper tray), PA=Paper
PBA LIUPBA =Printed circuit Board Assembly
LIU =Line Interface Unit for FAX
SHIELD-P_MAIN LOWER
P=Press
CBF HARNESS-LIU GNDLIU =Line Interface Unit for FAX
GND= Ground
PMO-COVER FEED AY
AY=Assembly
PMO-COVER BRKT MOTER
BRKT=Bracket
CBF HARNESS-LSU
LSU =Laser Scanning Unit
IPR-SHIELD SMPS UPPERI
IPR=Iron Press
PMO-BUSHING P/U.MPP/U=Pickup
MP=Multi-Purpose (Bypass) Tray
PMO-HOLDER GEAR TRr
TR= Transfer Roller
SPRING ETC-TR_L
TR_L=Transfer Roller - Left
PMO-CAM JAM REMOVE
PMO-CAM= Processing Mold-CAM
PMO-LOCKER DEVE
DEVE=Developer
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ACRONYM
EXPLANATION
SPECIAL SCREW (PANNEL MFP)
MFP =Multi-Functional Peripheral
A/S MATERAL-DUMMY UPPER ASS’Y
A/S=After-Service
MCT-GLASS ADFMCT= Machinery Cutting
ADF=Automatic Document Feeder
PPR-REGISTRATION EDGE(F)
PPR= Processing Press
IPR-HOLDER GLASSI
PR=Iron Press
MCT-GLASS SCANNER (LEGAL)
MCT= Machinery Cutting
CBF HARNESS-OPE
OPE=Operation Panel (Control Panel)
PBA SUB-D_SUBPBA SUB-D_SUB =>Sub Printed circuit Board
Assembly for the D-SUB type electrical connector
(D-Sub) a kind of the connector type (shape ‘D’)
COVER-M-CCD CABLEM=Mold
CCD=Charge Coupled Device
COVER-SCAN LOWER (UMAX)
UMAX=> Supplier’s name for CCD module
ICT-INSERT SHAFTI
ICT= Iron Cutting
IPR-BRK SCAN BDIPR=Iron Press
BRK=Bracket
BD= Board
CBF SIGNAL-CCD FFCCCD = Charge Coupled Device
FFC =Flexible Flat Cable
COVER-M-OPEM=Mold
OPE=Operation Panel (Control Panel)
KEY-M-COPY
M=Mold
PLATE-M-ALPHA KEYM=Molde
ALPHA=Alphabet
PMO-GUIDE DP SIDE
DP=Duplex
RING-CS
CS= Compress
GEAR-MP/DUP DRVMP =Multi-Purpose (Bypass) tray
DUP DRV = Duplex Driver
IPR-BRKT G DUPI PR=Iron Press
BRKT=BRACKET
G= Ground
UP=Duplex
PMO-BUSHING TX(B4)
TX=Transmit
PMO-TRAY CASE, MP
MP=Multi-Purpose tray (Bypass tray)
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ACRONYM
EXPLANATION
SPRING CS RECS=Compress
RE=Rear
SPRING CS FRCS=Compress
FR=Front
PMO-BUSHING FINGER, F
F=Front
ICT-SHAFT-EXIT LOWER ID
ID=Idler
SPRING-EXIT ROLL FD
FD=Face Down
PMO-BUSHING_P/U,MPP/U=Pickup
MP =Multi-Purpose (Bypass) tray
PMO-HOLDER CAM MPF
MPF=Multi-Purpose Feeder (=MP)
PMO-GEAR P/U MPFP/U=Pickup
MFP =Multi-Functional Peripheral
RPR-RUBBER PICK UP,MP
RPR=Rubber Press
PBA SUB-MP SENPBA SUB-MP-SEN =>Sub Printed circuit Board
Assembly for the MP-SEN (= Multi-Purpose (Bypass)
tray-Sensor)
A/S MATERAL-PICKUP,MP
FOOT-ML80
HOLDER CATCH CST MC2
MC2=>McKInley2
IPR-GROUND PLATE A(OPC)
OPC=Organic Photo-Conductive
ELA M/M-AUD SPEAKERELA M/M => Electrical Assembly M/M
AUD=Audio
CBF HARNESS-OPC GND
OPC GNG=Organic Photo-Conductive-Ground
IPR-GROUND PLATE SCF
SCF=Second Cassette Feeder (Tray2)
PBA SUB-PTLPBA SUB-PTL=>Sub Printed circuit Board Assembly
for the PTL (= Pre Transfer Lamp)
PBA SUB-FEED+P.EMP SEN.PBA SUB-FEED=>Sub Printed circuit Board
Assembly for the feeder
EMP SEN=Empty Sensor
MOTOR STEP-MCK2(MAIN)
GEAR-EXIT/U
EXIT/U=EXIT/Upper
GEAR-RDCN FEED INNER
RDCN=Reduction
CBF-HARNESS-MAIN-THV WIRE
THV =Transfer High Voltage
CBF-HARNESS-MAIN-MHV WIRE
MHV= High Voltage (Charge Voltage)
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ACRONYM
EXPLANATION
GEAR-EXIT/U,IDU=Upper
ID=Idler
IPR-TERMINAL FU
FU=Fuser
PMO-BEARING H/R-F
H/R-F=Heat Roller - Front
BEARING-H/R L
H/R-L=Heat Roller -Left
PEX-ROLLER EXIT F_UPPEX= Processing Extrude
F_UP=Face Up
SPRING ETC-P/R
P/R=Pressure Roller
SPRING(R)-CAU-HOT-FU
CAU-HOT-FU = Caution Hot -Fuser
PMO-ARM ACTUATOR
PMO-ARM= Processing Mold Arm
LABEL(R)-HV FUSER
HV=High Voltage (220V)
LABEL(R)-LV FUSER
LV=Low Voltage (110V)
PPR-SPONG SHEET
PPR=Plastic Press
IPR-P_PINCH(SCAN)I
PR-P = Iron Press
ROLLER-REGI
REGI=Registration
PBA SUB-REGIPBA SUB-REGI => Sub Printed Circuit Board
Assembly for the Registration
GROUND-P_SCAN ROLLER
GROUND-P =Ground-Press
IPR-GUARD C/O S/WC/O = Cover Open
S/W= Switch
MEA UNIT-TX STACKER
TX =Transmit
IPR-WASHER SPRING CU
CU=Curve
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6.3 The Sample Pattern for the Test
The sample pattern shown in below is the standard pattern used in the factory.
The life of the toner cartridge and the printing speed are measured using the pattern shown below.
(The image is 70% of the actual A4 size).
6.3.1 A4 ISO 19752 Standard Pattern
This test page is reproduced at 70% of the normal A4 size
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6.4 Selecting a location
Select a level, stable place with adequate space for air circulation. Allow extra space for opening covers and
trays.
The area should be well-ventilated and away from direct sunlight or sources of heat, cold, and humidity. Do
not set the machine close to the edge of your desk or table.
Clearance space
• Front: 482.6 mm (enough space so that the paper tray can be removed)
• Back: 100 mm (enough space for ventilation)
• Right: 100 mm (enough space for ventilation)
• Left: 100 mm (enough space for ventilation)
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Muratec America, Inc.
3301 East Plano Parkway, Ste. 100
Plano, Texas 75074
(469) 429-3300 (Tel)
(469) 429-3465 (Fax)
www.muratec.com