Brother HL-5040 Manual
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Brother HL-5040 Quick Setup
2400 dpi x 600 dpi, Legal, A4, Parallel, USB
The HL-5040 laser printer is the ideal printer for your office at work or your office at home. Succeeding the award-winning HL-1440, it offers fast print speed, PCL 6 emulation, graphics quality print resolution, convenient paper handling, and the option to add memory, a 2nd lower paper tray and network connectivity. Building on a tradition of excellent customer value, the new HL-5040 delivers the performance users have come to expect from Brother laser printers. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Brother HL-5040 photo ]
User reviews and opinions
|shochst||9:58pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|workhorse personal or small business printer I bought this 5 years ago and print about 500 pages per month. This printer has been sturdy.|
|drahnier||8:23am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010|
|a struggle This HL5040 has treated its owner roughly. PAPER: It rolls every sheet of paper it prints, from cheap to heavy-stock resume.|
|gleconseil||11:53am on Monday, July 26th, 2010|
|Brother Printers BAH! I am familiar with Brother Printers, having used one of HL 2460 series.|
|xyl145988||2:16pm on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010|
|Brother Printers BAH! I am familiar with Brother Printers, having used one of HL 2460 series.|
|u982744||4:40pm on Friday, April 23rd, 2010|
|Fast printing & warmup, inexpensive, toner life, paper tray None Prints one side quickly and clearly Has jammed at least once with every 2-sided printing session Fast printing & warmup, inexpensive, toner life, paper tray None|
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NOTE: The paper sizes indicated here should confirm to the nominal dimensions specified by JIS except B5 (ISO). The dot size is based on 300 dpi resolution. 3.6.2 PCL6/BR-Script3 emulation You can not print within 4.2 mm (50dots in 300 dpi mode) on all four sides of the paper.
Print Speeds with Various Settings
Print speed of the HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N printers is up to 16/17 ppm when loading A4 or Letter size paper from the paper tray in the plain paper mode. Actual print speed varies depending on the media type or paper size as shown in the tables below; <A4 / Letter size> Media type setting Transparencies Thin Paper Plain paper, Env.Thin Thick Paper, Envelopes Thicker/Bond Paper, Env.Thick All models Up to 16/17 ppm Up to 16/17 ppm Up to 16/17 ppm Up to 16/17 ppm 4 ppm *
<Smaller size than A4 or Letter> Media type setting Transparency Thin Paper Plain paper, Env.Thin Thick Paper, Envelopes Thicker/Bond Paper, Env.Thick All models Up to 16/17 ppm Up to 16/17 ppm 8 ppm after 5 min. have passed. 8 ppm after 30 sec. have passed. 4 ppm *
*The print speed may vary according to conditions, such as paper size and paper tray. NOTE: When a smaller size paper than A4 or Letter is printed, the temperature on both edges of the fixing unit is much higher than the temperature on the center of the unit where the paper is fed depending on the setting or model. Therefore, the print speed is slowed in order to decrease the temperature on the edges after the specified time, it is maximum print speed when you first start printing. Max. speed is 16/17 ppm or more. It varies depending on the paper size.
Toner Cartridge Weight Information
Toner Cartridge Weight (approx weight)
Brand new Toner Cartridge Weight 827.5g Toner Weight at Brand New Toner Cartridge 197.52.5g Toner Cartridge Weight at Toner Near Empty 720-725g Remain Toner Weight at Toner Near Empty 90-95g Toner Cartridge Weight at Toner Empty 710-715g Remain Toner Weight at Toner Empty 80-85g You can print 500 to 600 pages with 10g toner.
INSTALL THE PRINTER
You need to implement hardware setup and driver installation to use the printer. Firstly, identify the Operating System on your computer. (Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000/XP and Macintosh)Then, purchase the appropriate interface cable (Parallel, USB or Network) for your computer. Most existing parallel cables support bidirectional communication, but some might have an incompatible pin assignment or may not be IEEE 1284-compliant. The installation programs for the hardware setup and driver installation are contained on the supplied CD-ROM.
For All Users For Windows users
(1) Turn on the PC power. Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The opening screen will appear automatically. Follow the on-screen instructions. NOTE: If the opening screen does not appear; click Start and select Run. Then, enter the CD-drive letter and type \START.EXE (for example: D:\START.EXE). (2) (3) Click the Initial Setup icon on the menu screen. You can view the Initial Setup instructions.
For Macintosh users
(1) Turn on the Macintosh. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. (2) Double click the Start Here icon or Start Here OS X icon. Follow the on-screen instructions. (3) Click the Initial Setup icon on the menu screen. (4) You can view the Initial Setup instructions.
Install the drum unit assembly (1) Open the front cover by pressing the front cover release button. (2) Unpack the drum unit assembly. Remove the protective part. (3) Rock it from side to side several times to distribute the toner evenly inside the assembly.
(4) Put the drum unit assembly into the printer.
(5) Close the front cover of the printer.
Load paper into the paper tray (1) Pull the paper tray completely out of the printer. (2) While pressing the paper guide release lever, slide the adjusters to fit the paper size. Check that they locate correctly into the slots.
Paper guide release lever Universal guide release lever
2. Installing the driver
(1) Click the Connect the interface cable & install the printer driver/utility from the Initial Setup menu. (2) Select the Network interface. (3) Turn the printer power switch off. (4) Connect the cable to your printer, and then connect it to a free port on your hub. (5) Turn the printer power switch on. (6) Click the Next button when the movie finishes (7) Click the Install button. (8) Click the Next button. Follow the on-screen instructions. For Network shared printer users: Go to 3. For Brother Peer-to-Peer network printer users (LPR-recommended Peer-to- Peer printing method): Go to 4. For Brother Peer-to-Peer network printer users (NetBIOS): Go to 5
3. For Network shared printer users
(1) Select Network Shared Printer, and then click the Next button. (2) Select the current printers queue, and then click the OK button.
(3) Click the Finish button. (4) The setup is now complete.
4. For Brother Peer-to-Peer network printer users (LPR-recommended Peer-toPeer printing method)
Configuring the LPR port (1) Select Brother Peer-to-Peer Network Printer, and then click the Next button. (2) Select Search from a list of available printers or enter your printers IP address. Click the Next button.
NOTE: Contact your Administrator about the Printers IP Address.
(3) Select the IP address of your printer and LPR, and then click the Next button.
(4) Click the Finish button. For WindowsNT 4.0 and Windows 2000/XP users: The setup is now complete. For Windows 95/98/ME users: After your PC has restarted, setup will be complete.
5. For Brother Peer-to-Peer network printer users (NetBIOS)
Configuring the NetBIOS port (1) Select Brother Peer-to-Peer Network Printer, and then click the Next button. (2) Select Search from a list of available printers. Click the Next button. (3) Select the IP address or node name of your printer and NetBIOS, and then click the Next button. (4) Click the Finish button. For WindowsNT 4.0 and Windows 2000/XP users: The setup is now complete. For Windows 95/98/ME users: After your PC has restarted, setup will be complete.
For Macintosh Users For USB interface cable users
Connect the printer to the Macintosh and install the BR-Script PPD File <For Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2 Users (HL-5030/5040 Users) (1) Click Connect the Interface cable & Install the driver/utility from the Initial Setup menu. (2) Follow the on-screen instructions, and restart your Macintosh. (3) Make sure the printer power switch is on. (4) Connect the USB interface cable to your Macintosh, and then connect it to the printer. NOTE: Do not connect the USB cable to the keyboard USB Port or a non-powered USB Hub. (5) Open the Chooser from the Apple menu. (6) Click the Brother Laser and select HL-5000 series. Close the Chooser. (7) The setup is now complete.
Printing on envelopes from the manual feed tray (For HL-5030 and HL-5040) The printer has a straight paper path from the manual feed tray to the back of the printer. Use this paper feed and output method when you want to print envelopes. The printer automatically turns on the Manual Feed mode when you put paper in the manual feed tray. When printing on envelopes, follow the steps below. (1) Select the Paper Size, Media Type and paper Source etc. in the printer driver.
(2) Open the back output tray.
(3) Send the print data to the printer. NOTE: A NO PAPER status is shown by the control panel LEDs until you put a sheet of paper in the manual feed tray.
(4) Open the manual feed tray. Slide the paper guides to fit the envelope size.
NOTE: <Envelopes that have been creased after they have been printed> At the back of the printer, open the back output tray and push down the blue tabs at the left and right hand sides (as shown in the figure below). When you have finished printing your envelopes, close the back output tray to reset the two blue tabs back to their original position.
(5) Using both hands put the envelope in the manual feed tray until the front edge of the envelope touches the paper feed roller. Hold the envelope in this position until the printer automatically feeds it in for a short distance, and then let go of the envelope.
NOTE; Make sure the envelope is straight as you insert it sideways in the manual feed tray. If it is not, the envelope may not be fed properly, resulting in skewed printout or a jam. Do not put more than one envelope in the manual feed tray at any one time, or it may cause a jam. Put the envelope in the manual feed tray with the side to be printed face up. If you put any Media (paper, transparency and so on) in the manual feed tray before the printer is in the READY state, the media may be ejected without being printed on. After the printed envelope comes out of the printer, the printer will wait until you put in the next envelope. Repeat Step 5 for each envelope you want to print. After you finish the print job, close the back output tray.
NOTE: Envelopes joints that are sealed by the manufacturer should be secure. All sides should be properly folded without wrinkles or creases. Printing on envelopes from the MP tray (For HL-5050 and HL-5070N) The printer has a straight paper path from the MP tray to the back of the printer. Use this paper feed and output method when you want to print envelopes. The printer automatically turns on the MP Tray mode when you put paper in the MP tray. When printing on envelopes, follow the steps below. (1) Select the Paper Size, Media Type and paper Source etc. in the printer driver. (2) (3) Open the back output tray. Open the MP tray and lower it gently.
Printing on Both Sides of the Paper (manual duplex printing)
The supplied printer drivers for Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000/XP, Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2 and Mac OS X 10.1 or later (except for Mac OSX 10.2) all enable manual duplex printing. NOTE: The PS driver does not support manual duplex printing. Manual duplex printing from the paper tray When printing on both sides of the paper, follow the steps below; (1) Choose Manual Duplex mode you need from the printer driver. (2) (3) The printer will automatically print all the even-numbered pages on one side of the paper first. Remove the printed even-numbered pages from the output tray and put them back in the paper tray, placing the paper with the side to be printed on (blank side) face down. Follow the instructions on the computer screen.
The printer will now automatically print all the odd-numbered pages on the other side of the paper.
Manual duplex printing from the manual feed tray (For HL5030 and HL-5040)
*Before you put the sheets back in the manual feed tray, you will have to straighten them, or you may get paper jams. *You should not use very thin or very thick paper. *When you use the manual duplex function, it is possible that there may be paper jams or poor print quality. If there is a paper jam, see 4. PAPER PROBLEMS in Chapter 6. (1) Choose the Manual Duplex printing mode from the Advanced tab, and from the Basic tab select the Paper Source to be Manual feed. (2) Using both hands put the paper in the manual feed tray with the side to be printed on first facing up. Follow the instructions on the computer screen. Repeat this step until you have printed all the even-numbered pages.
(3) Remove the printed even-numbered pages from the output tray and put them in the same order back into the manual feed tray. Place the paper with the side that is going to be printed on (the blank side) face up. Follow the instructions on the computer screen.
(4) Repeat Step 3 until you have printed all the odd-numbered pages on the other side of the paper. Manual duplex printing from the MP tray (For HL5050 and HL-5070N)
*Before putting the sheets back in the MP tray, you will have to straighten them, or you may get paper jams. *You should not use very thin or very thick paper. *When you use the manual duplex function, it is possible that there may be paper jams or poor print quality. If there is a paper jam, see 4. PAPER PROBLEMS in Chapter 6. (1) Choose the Manual Duplex printing mode from the Advanced tab, and from the Basic tab select the Paper Source to be MP Tray feed. (2) Using both hands put the paper in the MP tray with the side to be printed on first facing up. Follow the instructions on the computer screen. Repeat this step until you have printed all the even-numbered pages. (3) Remove the printed even-numbered pages from the output tray and put them in the same order back into the MP tray. Place the paper with the side that is going to be printed on (the blank side) face up. Follow the instructions on the computer screen.
0V 76 TP739
DATA31/IO 95 SDCLKSDCLK1
R81 R85 R90
196 VDD3 EXINTN0 SDCLK2
TPSDCLK0 7B 0 SDCLK1 3-3C SDCLK2 3-3C TP722 SDCKE0 7B SDCKE1 3-3C 0V
96 C77 0V C@CC270 AT-49 66.6666MHZ 0V C2P C159 TP1000 L23 0V C103 0.68uH @UXIN SSCLK 5 Aurora @X3 @C@RTP705 SDCSN0 @R87 SCKOUT SDCSNSDCSNTP5 SDCKERSTN SDCKE1 97
R79 4.7k 4.7k TP7A SDCSN1 3-2D SDCSN2 3-2D SDCSN0 R76
R67 R58 R70
R73 VDD3 4.7k SDSDA 3-2C SDSCL 3-2C
85 SCKIN SDSDA SDSCL
8 XOUT 6 TPTP2 TPS0 CY25814 VSS 7 FRSEL S@C83 C103 0V VDD VDD3
TP702 IOWEN TP703 6D/4-7D IORDN 6D/7D/4-7D
TP700 ROMCSN0 TP701 6D/7D ROMCSN1 4-7D
The functions of the interface block communication with external devices are described below; 1.3.2 USB Stores the data received from the PC into DRAM as controlled by the DMA controller. The transmission speed is 480Mbps or 12Mbps. <HL-5030/5040/5050>
CN4 UBR23-4KL3 0V VCC +DATA -DATA GND FG FG
TP1010 2C 187 USB_HSDP 188 USB_HSDM 190 USB_FSDP TP1011 TP1012 R27 R28
195 USBVCC CC270 X1 C48 0V CAT-49 12.00MHz RR67 1M 223 UCKIN USBRPU USBEXT12 3C TPUCKOUT USBVCC USB_FSDM
TP1013 R25 TP1014 R26 C20
1.5k VDD3 12k C103 0V
CN3 UBR23-4KL3 0V VCC +DATA -DATA GND FG FG
U7 USBVCC 1C 187 USB_HSDP 188 USB_HSDM 190 USB_FSDP 195 USBVCC 2C CC270 X2 C85 0V CAT-49 12.000MHZ Aurora RUSBRPU TPUCKOUT TP1006 TP1007 R56 R57 C57 USBVCC USB_FSDM 191 TP1004 TP1005
IEEE1284 Stores the data received from the PC into DRAM as controlled by the DMA controller. It is applicable to both normal receiving and bi-directional communication (nibble mode, byte mode, ECP mode). 74LVX161284, 3.3V 5.0V level shifter IC stores the pull-up resistance in signal wire at the connector side <HL-5040/5050>
L H PC Printer Printer PC 48 CDCC_DIR 3B CDCC_HD 3B 0V 34 GND VCC_CABLE 42 VCC_CABLE 10 GND 15 GND 39 GND CDCC_D[7-0] 1C CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D 8 AAAA4 BA5 RA7 10k CDCC_D CDCC_D 14 AA7 BACDCCINITN CDCCSINN CDCCHBUSY CDCCSTBN 5C TP1020 CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D CDCC_D TP1021 TP1022 TP1023 TP1024 TP1025 TP1026 TP1027 CDCCFLTN 240 CDCC_DCDCC_DCDCC_DCDCC_DCDCC_DCDCC_DCDCC_DCDCC_D7 CDCC_D[7-0] 3A Aurora 0V STBN_IN 6B 19 PLHIN 24 HLH TP999 HLHIN 74LVX161284 0V D[7-0] 6A D D 2 D 5 RA1 D 2 D INITN 2B SEINN 2B HBUSY 2B STBN 2B D TP6 D D TP122 RAPLH VSCANCLK 3A HBUSY_IN 6B 26 C17 ATPCDCC_DIR 250 3A CDCC_HD SELINN_IN 6B 27 C16 ASTBN_IN 4B 246 CDCC_DIR INITN_IN 6B 28 C15 AINITN_IN 4B 29 C14 ASELINN_IN 4B TP120 TP121 R85 RHBUSY_IN 4B CDCCACKN 244 CDCCBUSY 243 CDCCPEN 242 CDCCSLCT 241 TP1015 TP1016 TP1017 TP1018 TPAAAAA13 Y13 TP118 TP119 R78 R33 YYYYB17 CDCC_D TPINITN 5C SEINN 5C HBUSY 5C STBN TPTPTPU5 BB13 VDD3 CDCC_D BBB41 D D D D D D D D 0V D[7-0] 6C 0V 1 HD VCC 31 DIR VCC UVDD3 CN16 17
HR gear 34 HR bearing 25 (projection)
Heat roller 25
When re-assembling the heat roller 25 to the FU frame upper, ensure you do not damage the heat roller 25 with the four separate claw ASSY on the FU frame upper.
Separate claw ASSY
Separate claw ASSY FU frame upper Fig. 4-59
(18) Remove the pressure roller 25.
Pressure roller 25
FU jam remove cover
(19) Remove the three cleaner spring S. (20) Remove the three cleaner pinch roller ASSY S. (21) Remove the cleaner spring L. (22) Remove the cleaner pinch roller ASSY L.
Cleaner spring S
Cleaner spring L Cleaner spring S Cleaner pinch roller ASSY L Cleaner pinch roller ASSY S
Cleaner pinch roller ASSY S
NOTE: When re-assembling the cleaner pinch roller ASSY complete with the cleaner spring onto the FU frame lower, ensure the direction of the roller is correct referring to the figure above. Ensure that the both springs are seated correctly in the locating channel and does not protrude from either end. Ensure also that the proper spring is fixed to the each cleaner pinch roller ASSY because the both springs are NOT identical with each other.
Cleaner pinch roller ASSY
(23) Disconnect the connector for the eject sensor harness from the thermistor relay PCB ASSY. (24) Release the eject sensor harness from the three hooks. (25) Remove the bind B M3x10 Taptite screw, and then remove the eject sensor PCB ASSY. (26) Remove the bind B M3x10 Taptite screw, and then remove the thermistor relay PCB ASSY.
Hooks Eject sensor harness Hook Taptite, bind B M3x10
Taptite, bind B M3x10
(27) Remove the paper eject actuator and eject actuator spring.
Eject actuator spring
NOTE: When re-assembling the paper eject actuator and the eject actuator spring to the FU frame lower, ensure the paper eject actuator is seated correctly in the locating channel referring to the figure below;
Eject actuator spring Paper eject actuator Fig. 4-65
(28) Disconnect the heater harness. (29) Remove the four cup B M3x6 Taptite screws. (30) Remove the four claw holder plate. (31) Remove the four separate claw ASSY.
Taptite, cup B M3x6 Claw holder plate Separate claw ASSY Heater harness Separate claw ASSY
NOTE: It is recommended to clean the printer when you replace the toner cartridge. Refer to subsection 3. PERIODICAL CLEANING in this Chapter.
PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS
Periodical replacement parts are the parts to be replaced periodically to maintain product quality. These parts would affect the product quality greatly if they lost their function even if they do not appear to be damaged or there is no change in their appearance.) The periodical replacement parts listed below should be replaced at the service center referring to the service life. For the procedures to replace these parts, refer to CHAPTER 4 DISASSEMBLY AND RE-ASSEMBLY. Parts Name Fixing Unit (230V) Fixing Unit (115V) Paper Feeding Kit
(Pad holder ZL2 / Paper pick-up roller ASSY ZL2)
Part No. LJ7898001 LJ7897001
Qty 1 1
Service life (number of prints) 80,000 pages 80,000 pages
Replacement Procedure See subsection 3.11 in CHAPTER 4. See subsection 3.3 and 3.18 in CHAPTER 4.
NOTE: *The above table shows only estimated values. They are subject to change without prior notice. *The actual number of printed pages may vary depending on your average type of print job and paper. These figures are based on 5% coverage per page.
<Replacement procedure> 1) Disconnect the AC cord from the printer.
2) Close the front cover and pull out the paper tray.
3) Remove the bind B M4x12 Taptite screw, and then remove the outer chute.
Taptite, bind B M4x12 Fig.5-17
4) Remove the rear cover C.
5) Remove the two bind B M4x12 Taptite screws, and then remove the rear cover L. 6) Remove the two bind B M4x12 Taptite screws, and then remove the rear cover R.
Taptite, bind B M4x12 Rear cover R
Hook Taptite, bind B M4x12
Rear cover L
7) Disconnect the heater harness and thermistor harness. 8) Remove the bind B M4x12 Taptite screw and the shoulder screw, and then remove the fixing unit.
Taptite, bind B M4x12 Fig.5-20
Paper Feeding Kit
3) Remove the pad holder and the separation pad spring from the paper tray.
Separation pad spring
4) Remove the bearing R. 5) Remove the paper pick-up roller ASSY. 5) Remove the two roller collars from the paper pick-up roller ASSY.
Warnings for Maintenance Work
Identify the Problem
If you encounter any printer error or problem, first identify it referring to the chart below, then see the appropriate section. NOTE: The following troubleshooting sections contain both the actions which users should take or check and the ones which service technicians should perform.
Turnoffandonthe printerpowerswitch. Thesameerrorappears
OPERATOR CALLS & SERVICE CALLS
An operator call which the printer indicates on the LEDs is user recoverable. Identify the error from the table below and take the corrective action described for each indication to correct it. The printer automatically recovers from most errors, but it may also be necessary to reset the printer with the control panel button. LED Type of error Toner (Yellow light) Drum (Yellow light) Paper (Yellow blink) Status (Red light)) Remedy
Toner empty Cover open (Front cover) Cover open (Jam clear cover) Paper jam
Replace the toner cartridge with a new one. Close the front cover. Close the jam clear cover of the fuser unit. Clear the jammed paper inside the printer. Press the panel button if the printer does not automatically resume printing. Load paper into the printer. Press the go button. Load paper into the printer. Install the tray 1. (Only when the LT is installed.) If the tray 1 is not set correctly at the time the paper is to be fed from the tray 2, the paper feed from the tray 2 results in fail and the error message is displayed. (Except for HL5030.) Set the paper on the manual feed slot or the MP tray. Press the go button. (Error message is displayed.) Press the go button. (Error message is displayed.) Clean the corona wire. (Refer to Section 3 of Chapter 5.)
No paper (HL-5030) No paper (HL5040/5050/5070N) No tray 1
Manual feed Memory full Print overrun Clean drum unit
Top of paper stopped at 350mm from the second exit roller. Next paper is not fed. Bottom of paper stopped around the transfer roller.
Jam caused by paper length detected as longer than 400mm (16 in). Jam caused by paper length detected as shorter than 80mm.
The front registration sensor is not returning properly and is not turning off. The front registration sensor was turned off early. Malfunction of actuator or hardware noise. Paper was not fed in at the proper timing due to paper dust or wear of the rubber pick-up roller. The paper eject sensor is not working properly and has not turned off. (single printing) The paper eject sensor or front registration sensor is not working properly and has not turned off. (continuous printing)
Top of paper stopped between the paper feed roller and the pick-up roller.
Jam caused by a paper feed delay.
Top of paper stopped at 50mm from the contact point of the heat roller and pressure roller. Jam after paper is ejected.
Jam caused by the paper not being sensed when ejected from the paper eject sensor. Jam caused by the paper not being sensed when ejected from the paper eject sensor.
Check sensor motion referring to1.3 Inspection Mode in Chapter 7.
Paper Feeding Problems
Even if the paper is printed and ejected without any problems such as paper jams, paper feeding problems below may appear. Users can clear these problems by following the User Check items for each problem. Even if the same problem occurs again, follow the procedures in the table below.
User Check Check the paper used meets the recommended paper specifications. Possible cause Separation pad Step 1 Check Is the surface of the separation pad worn out? Result Yes Remedy Replace the separation pad.
Wrinkles or creases
User Check (1) Check that paper is loaded into the paper cassette correctly. (2) Check the paper used meets the recommended paper specifications. (3) Try printing using the straight-through output path. (4) Turn over the stack of paper in the cassette or try rotating the paper 180 in the cassette. Possible cause Paper Step 1 Check Is the problem solved if new paper is used? Is the entrance guide dirty? Is the pressure roller dirty? Result Yes Remedy Instruct the user how to store paper so that it does not absorb moisture. Clean the entrance guide. Clean the pressure roller. Replace the fixing unit.
When taking countermeasures for malfunctions as described in this section, check connectors for contact failure before measuring the voltage at the specified connector pins.
No AC power supplied
Step 1 Check Is the correct voltage present at the outlet? Is the power cord securely plugged into the outlet? Is the fuse blown? Result No Remedy Inform the user that the correct voltage is not supplied at the outlet. Plug the power cord securely into the outlet. If the fuse blows again immediately after replacing the low-voltage power supply PCB, check that there is not a short circuit somewhere in the AC power supply line. Replace the AC power cord.
Possible cause Supply voltage
Power plug Fuse (F1, F2)
Unplug the power supply plug. Is there a broken wire between the AC input connector of the low-voltage power supply and the power plug?
No DC power supplied
Step 1 Check Is AC power supplied between connectors CN1-L and CN1-N when the power plug is plugged into the outlet? Turn on the power switch. Measure the voltages between the terminals. Do the measured voltage satisfy the prescribed valued in the table below? Refer to the chart *1 below. Result No Remedy Follow the same check procedure of M-1 No AC power supplied. Turn off the power switch, reconnect the connector and turn the power switch on again. If the protector circuit is activated, check the connector, the wiring from the connector, and the DC load. Replace the low-voltage power supply PCB.
Possible cause AC power supply
Wiring, DC load
Low-voltage power supply PCB *1 PCB +lead pin Engin CN8-3 e CN10-6
- lead pin CN8-2 CN10-5
Voltage Approx. 24V Approx. 3.3V
Possible cause Failure of connector Main motor Engine PCB Main PCB
Main motor failure
Step 1 Check Is the connection of connector CN9 on the engine PCB correct? Is the problem solved by replacing the main motor? Is the problem solved by replacing the engine PCB? Is the problem solved by replacing the main PCB? Result No Remedy Reconnect the connector.
Novell Netware Troubleshooting
If you cannot print from NetWare and you have checked the hardware and network as described in the previous steps, first verify that the Brother print server is attached to the server queue by going to PCONSOLE, selecting PRINT QUEUE INFORMATION, and then CURRENTLY ATTACHED SERVERS. If the print server does not appear in the list of attached servers, then check the following: NOTE: It is always a good idea to try followings in order to eliminate the possibility of setup errors Turn the printer off and then on again to force the printer to rescan the Netware queue. Delete and recreate the print server and create a new print queue in order to eliminate the possibility of setup errors. (1) If you changed the login password, you must change the password in both the Brother print server (using the SET NETWARE PASSWORD command if you are using the BRConfig software) or by using a web browser or the BRAdmin application and in the file server (using the PCONSOLE Print Server Information Change Password command). (2) If you created the print queue using PCONSOLE and instead of BRAdmin, make sure that you have enabled at least one NetWare file server using the SET NETWARE SERVER servername ENABLED command. (3) Have you exceeded your NetWare user limit? (4) Make sure that the print server name you used in PCONSOLE exactly matches the name that is configured in the print server, and make sure it is defined as a Queue Server for the print queue. (5) If you are running both 802.3 and Ethernet II frames on different file servers on your network, there is a possibility that the print server may not make a connection to the desired file server. Try forcing the frame type to the desired one using the SET NETWARE FRAME command from the print server remote console or using BRAdmin. (6) If you are using DOS CAPTURE statement and losing portions of your print job, try setting the TIMEOUT parameter in your CAPTURE statement to a higher value (at least 50 seconds for Windows).
DATA 3 DATA DATA DATA 2 DATA 3 DATA DATA DATA 2 DATA 3 DATA DATA DATA C106 C105 C108 C95 C80 C73 C66 C64 C63 C76 C87 C96 VDD1.DATA 3 DATA 4 0V C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 C103 DATA[15-0] 6F/8F/3-6A C101 C102 C104 C107 C99 C89 C84 C78 C70 VDD3 TPRATPRATPRA12 1
C59 C58 C103
ADR ADR ADR
69 DATA24/IO 70 DATA25/IO ROMCSNDATA26/IO 72 DATA27/IO VDD3 C71 0V 73 DATA28/IO 74 DATA29/IO 75 DATA30/IO 76 TPSDCLK0 TP4 VOUT 1 RVDD3 C77 C101 TP5 SDCKERSTN 0V 90 @CAT-49 66.6666MHZ 0V C2P C270 @X3 @C@RTP705 SDCSN0 @R87 SCKOUT SDCSNSDCSNTP29 TP30 TP31 R67 R58 R7A SDCSN1 3-2D SDCSN2 3-2D SDCKE94 SDCLKEXINTN0 SDCLKTP17 TP26 R75 RDATA31/IO 95 TP14 TP15 TP16 R81 R85 R90 TPSDCLK0 7B 0 SDCLK1 3-3C 0 SDCLK2 3-3C TP0 R79 TP197 SDCSN0 R76 4.7k 4.7k 7B C75 C103 UTP310 0V CD NC GND C103 VCC IORDN IOWEN TP12 TP13 R89 R91 ROMCSN71 TP10 TP11 R92 @R95 TP700 ROMCSN0 TP701 6D/7D 33 ROMCSN1 4-7D TPIOWEN TP703 6D/4-7D 33 IORDN 6D/7D/4-7D 33
ADR ADR ADR
R32 R31 R30
ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR
UTSTMODEN 220 VDDITSTDATA 221 XTST VDDIVDDI99 VPD VDDIVDDIVDDI162 PLLVCC_L VDDIVDDIPLLGND_L 22 VDDIVDDIPLLVCC VDDIPLLGND VDDEVDDEVDDEVDDEVDDEVDDVDDI21 VDD1.8
ADR[23-1] 5F/6A/7F/3-2E/3-3D/4-6E/3-3C/7A/7B/3-2D SDCKE0 SDCKE1 3-3C 0V
ADR R73 VDD3 4.7k SDSDA 3-2C SDSCL 3-2C @UROMCSN0 4C/7D 11 IOWEN 4C/4-7D 28 IORDN TP48 ADR 4C/7D/4-7D 15 @R@C111 CTP10 CE WE OE VSS-46 VCC 37 VDD3 C110 C103 0V @R109 RESET NC A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ45 DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA WR/ACC 14 VDD3 ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR 13 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQTP50 @RVSS-47 VSS-IORDN 4C/6D/4-7D 27 OE ROMCSN0 4C/6D 24 ADR ADR @U9 CE VCC-37 VCC-38 VSS-12 VSS-25 VSS-26 VDD3 VDDBHE VSS-36 @R@R120 0
VDD1.8 C93 C103 0V
VDD1.8 C103 C103 0V 23
RY/BY VSS-46 BYTE
C103 C113 C103
C159 TP1000 L23
8 XOUT 6 TPTP2 TPS0 CY25814 VSS 7 FRSEL SVDD @C83 C103 0V PIN 47 VDD3 TOSHIBA FUJITSU FUJITSU DL type LV type Mirror 64M 64M A21 ACC WP A19 Vccq A19 A21 WP/ACC RY/BY Byte OKI OKI P2ROM P2ROM 32M 64M A19 A21 NC NC Byte A19 NC NC NC Byte FLASH PIN VDD3 0V ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR ADR MASK ROM PIN SAMSUNG /MXIC SAMSUNG
Brother Laser Printer
PARTS REFERENCE LIST
Read this list thoroughly before maintenance work. Keep this list in a convenient place for quick and easy reference at all times. January 2003 PL-PRN042
NOTE FOR USING THIS PARTS REFERENCE LIST
1. In the case of ordering parts, it needs mentioning the following items: (1) Code (2) Q'ty (3) Description (4) Symbol ( PCB No., Revision , and Parts location mounted on the PCB.) Note : No orders without Parts Code or Tool No. can be accepted. < Example > (1) REF.NO. CODE (2) QTY (3) DESCRIPTION (4) SYMBOL REMARK
Revision No.: marked on the main printed circuit board.
Design change indication Specification No. Pattern alteration No. Circuit board No. Revision No.: marked on the power supply printed circuit board.
Design change indication
(The first version has no sign.)
2. Design-changed parts : If the parts are changed, any one of the following symbols is indicated in the REMARKS column. CNG(cng) : The part is changed to a new part. ADD(add) : The part is newly added. DEL(del) : The part is deleted. Symbol in capital letters indicates that the change is the latest one in the page. 3. The original of this list was made based on the information available in January 2003. 4. Parts are subject to change in design without prior notice.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
FRAME L/ DRIVE UNIT.. 1 FRAME R UNIT... 1 FRAME UNIT... 3 LASER UNIT... 3 PAPER FEEDER.... 5 MP UNIT.... 5 PAEPR CASSETTE... 7 FIXING UNIT.... 9 COVERS... 11
10. MAIN PCB... 13 11. ENGINE PCB... 15 12. LOW-VOTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB.. 15 13. HIGH-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB.. 17 14. ACCESSORIES.... 17 15. PACKING MATERIALS... 19 16. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PARTS.. 19
1. FRAME L/ DRIVE UNIT REF.NO. CODE Q'TY 1 LJ1 LJ1 LJ1 LJ1-1 LJ1-2 LJ1-3 LJ1-4 LJ1-5 LJ1-6 LJ1-7 LG1-8 LJ7784001 1
DESCRIPTION MAIN FRAME L UNIT 30 MAIN FRAME L UNIT 40 MAIN FRAME L UNIT 50 MAIN FRAME L UNIT 70N MAIN MOTOR ASSY ZL2 F/R SOLENOID ASSY P/R SOLENOID ASSY SOLENOID RELEASE SPRING P/R TONER LED PCB UNIT ASSY ZL2 RUBBER FOOT DOCUMENT COVER SENSOR SENSOR CLIP
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-010
2. FRAME R UNIT REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJMAIN FRAME R UNIT 1-1 LJTONER SNSOR PCB UNIT ZL2 1-2 LJRUBBER FOOT
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-011
1. FRAME L / DRIVE UNIT
1-4 1-3 1-6
HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-010
2. FRAME R
3. FRAME UNIT REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJGROUND SPRING 2 LJFILTER 3 LJSPRING, EXTENSION P/R 4 LJMIDDLE ROLLER GEAR 5 LJIDLE GEAR LJGROUND WIRE 7 LJFAN MOTOR 60 UNIT LV 8 LJFAN MOTOR 60 UNIT 9 LJMP SOLENOID HOLDER UNIT
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-012
4. LASER UNIT REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJLASER UNIT ZL2 (SP) 6 TAPTITE, BIND B M3X8
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-020
3. FRAME UNIT
4. LASER UNIT
5. PAPER FEEDER REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJREGIST FRONT ACTUATOR 2 LJREGIST FRONT ACTUATOR SPRING 3 LJREGIST REAR ACTUATOR 4 LJREGIST REAR ACTUATOR SPRING 5 LJPAPER PICK-UP ROLLER ASSY ZLLJPE ACTUATOR ZLLJCASSETTE SENSOR PCB ASSY ZLLJCA ACTUATOR
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-151
6. MP UNIT REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJMP UNIT ASSY 1-1 LJSEPARATION PLATE ASSY 1-2 LMPAPER PICK-UP ROLLER ASSY (SP) 1-3 LJMP-PE ACTUATOR 1-4 LJMP-PE SENSOR PCB ASSY ZL2
MODEL HL-5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z43/Z44/Z46-200
5. PAPER FEEDER
6. MP UNIT
1-4 1-3 1-2
HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-200
7. PAPER TRAY REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJPAPER TRAY ASSY ZL2 BRO 2 1-1 LJPAD HOLDER ZL2 1-2 LJSEPARATION PAD SPRING 350 1-3 LJPAPER TRAY FRONT COVER 1-4 LJPAPER TRAY COVER 1-5 LJPAPER TRAY FRONT COVER LT
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-045
7. PAPER CASSETTE
8. FIXING UNIT REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJFIXING UNIT, 230V(SP) 1 LJFIXING UNIT, 115V(SP) 1-1 LJHEAT ROLLER 25 1-2 LJHALOGEN LAMP, 230V 1-2 LJHALOGEN LAMP, 115V 1-3 LJSEPARATE CLAW ASSY C 1-4 LJTHERMISTOR ASSY 1-1 TAPTITE, CUP B M3X12 1-6 LJCLEANER PINCH ROLLER ASSY S 1-7 LJCLEANER PINCH ROLLER ASSY L 1-8 LJPRESSURE ROLLER 25 1-9 LJTHERMISTOR RELAY PCB ASSY ZL2 1-10 LJPAPER EJECT ACTUATOR 1-11 LJEJECT ACTUATOR SPRING 1-12 LJEJECT SENSOR PCB ASSY ZLTAPTITE, BIND B M4XLJSHOULDER SCREW 4 LMFU LAMP ASSEMBLY JIG ASSY
chg chg ADD
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-050
8. FIXING UNIT
1-6 1-7 1-6 1-9 1-12 1-1
HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-050
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9. COVERS REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LMTOP COVER ASSY 1-1 LJCORRUGATION PINCH ROLLER W 1-2 LJPINCH ROLLER HOLDER W 2 LJSW KEY A 3 LJSW KEY B 2 TAPTITE, CUP B M3XLJSIDE COVER R 6 LJSIDE COVER L 7 LJFRONT COVER ASSY 8 LJREAR COVER R 9 LJREAR COVER R MP 10 LJREAR COVER L 11 LJREAR COVER L MP 12 LJREAR COVER MP 13 LJREAR COVER MP TRAY 14 LJREAR COVER C 1 TAPTITE, BIND B M4XLJOUTER CHUTE 17 LJOUTER CHUTE TRAY 18 LJOUTER CHUTE DX ASSY 19 LJACCESS COVER 20 LJSUPPORT FLAP 21 LJSUPPORT FLAP S
REMARK CHG ADD ADD
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-060
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10. MAIN PCB REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJMAIN PCB ASSY LJMAIN PCB ASSY LJMAIN PCB ASSY LJMAIN PCB ASSY 5070N
SYMBOL B512159-320 B512159-300 B512159-310 B512155-300
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-101
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10. MAIN PCB
HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-101
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11. ENGINE PCB REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJZL2 ENGINE PCB ASSY 1 (HL-5030) 1 LJZL2 ENGINE PCB ASSY 2 (HL-5050/70N) 1 LGZL2 ENGINE PCB ASSY 4 (HL-5040)
SYMBOL B512153-301 B512153-302 B512153-304
12. LOW-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJPS PCB UNIT 230V (SP) 1 LJPS PCB UNIT 115V (SP) 1 TAPTITE, BIND B M4XLMSCREW, PAN (S/P WASHER) M3.5X6
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-200
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11. ENGINE PCB
HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-151
12. LOW-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB
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13. HIGH-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJHIGH-VOLTAGE PS PCB ASSY ZLTAPTITE, BIND B M4X12
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-220
14. ACCESSORIES REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION LJCD ASSY 5030/1 LJCD ASSY 5030/5040/5050/5070N
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-920
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13. HIGH-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY PCB
HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-220
HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-920
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15. PACKING MATERIALS REF.NO. CODE Q'TY 1 LL1 LL1 LL1 LL1 LL1 LL1 LL2 LJ2 LJ3 LJ4 LL0695001 1
DESCRIPTION CARTON, HL-5030 EUR CARTON, HL-5040 US CARTON, HL-5050 US CARTON, HL-5070N US CARTON, HL-5040 EUR CARTON, HL-5050 EUR CARTON, HL-5070N EUR POLYSTYRENE PAD ASSY ZL2 POLYSTYRENE PAD ASSY ZL2 MP BAG, 700X800H CARTON, OUTER HL-5050LT US
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-930
16. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PARTS REF.NO. CODE Q'TY DESCRIPTION 1 LJPAPER FEEDING KIT 1-1 LJPAPER PICK-UP ROLLER ASSY ZL2*1 1-2 LJPAD HOLDER ZL2 *2 *1 Refer to "5. PAPER FEEDER" *2 Refer to "7. PAPER CASSETTE"
MODEL HL-5030/5040/5050/5070N/5050LT US 84U-Z41/Z42/Z43/Z44/Z46-940
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15. PACKING MATERIALS
|Printer Type||Workgroup printer - laser - monochrome|
|Print Speed||Up to 17 ppm - B/W|
|Max Resolution ( B&W )||2400 dpi x 600 dpi|
|Image Enhancement Technology||Brother HQ1200|
|Language Simulation||PCL 6|
|Fonts Included||49 x scalable 12 x bitmapped 11 x barcode|
|Processor||Fujitsu SPARClite 133 MHz|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||8 MB / 136 MB (max)|
|Media Type||Envelopes, transparencies, labels, plain paper, bond paper|
|Max Media Size (Custom)||8.5 in x 14 in|
|Media Sizes||Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in), Legal (8.5 in x 14 in), Executive (7.25 in x 10.5 in), A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in), B5 (6.93 in x 9.83 in), A6 (4.13 in x 5.83 in), B6 (4.92 in x 6.93 in)|
|Envelope Sizes||International DL (4.33 in x 8.66 in), Com-10 (4.13 in x 9.5 in), International C5 (6.38 in x 9 in), International B5 (6.93 in x 9.83 in)|
|Total Media Capacity||250 sheets|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x autoload - 250 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) 1 x manual load - 1 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)|
|Cartridge / Printhead Duty Cycle||3300 pages|
|Cartridge / Printhead Included Qty||1|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||Memory|
|Connections||1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 36 pin Centronics 1 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type B|
|Consumables Included||1 x toner cartridge ( black ) - up to 3300 pages 1 x drum - up to 20000 pages|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Voltage Required||AC 120 V|
|Frequency Required||50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption Operational||460 Watt|
|Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep||75 Watt|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 95/98, 3Com Enterprise OS, Apple MacOS 8.6 or later, Microsoft Windows 2000 / NT4.0, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows XP, Apple MacOS 9.2, Apple MacOS X 10.1 or later|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - express exchange - 1 year|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||90.5 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||20 - 80%|
|Sound Emission||50 dB|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
ZKT621LX KX-TG8301PD AIR800 801 Gameshark 2 CLT-2430 MG16 6FX Mechanical D880 Doss Driver Xp Breville ESP4 WD8122 SGH-E316 PS122KB Speedtouch 585 Pocketbook 30I E-600 Galeo 4232 Server CT-5071T KDC-W6041U Manual KX-F580 Driver Windows 7 Laser Printer FX-8700G Bonneville 1998 TX-9800 GZ-MG40E Fostex 20 LW26A33W LN32B550 DSC-P200-R WGR614V6 CFD-S45L VPL-ES2 JP-8000 Model CQ-C1121U Xone 92 Platinum Software CX21N CDA-9852RR CUT 1 TD9368 CF-20E20 SCH-A930 R14221-56 RC-7200 LE-40N87BD SGH-D407 Coax-LAN64 Genius KID TH-37PX80 Automate 410 MVC-FD71 Ducati ST2 SDR-H90 BAR 669 Atlas 2 AQ24F HK 3390 Seiko 5D22 D 60C Rollomatic E 620 DUO Icemaker Wheel DRW-1604P UE-40C6500UW WM2355CS Classic 100 DMR-E55EB Printer Windows 7 Server DMU-9000 TXP42X20E Mercedes 230E 1821 CV E2562 Platinum Travelmate C200 M2067BX3 Piano-upright- NWZ-E435F Patch 4 F5275 A8V VM Drum Kenwood M-74 Toner Series II GR18BW XDR-S100CD Comfort USB 16853 LSR122V-4 Yamaha P200 Pnts 30 Sa-sttl E1110 Portege 7020 MAX-WB650 Viewer 7 Gloss KDC-W4034 P-660R
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