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SmartBase MPC600F SmartBase MPC600F SmartBase MPC600F SmartBase MPC400 imageCLASS MPC600F imageCLASS MPC600F imageCLASS MPC600F imageCLASS MPC400 imageCLASS MPC400 imageCLASS MPC400 H12-2194 H12-2195 H12-2197 H12-2204 H12-2198 H12-2199 H12-2196 H12-2208 H12-2209 H12-2206 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V ENG GER FRN EC AUS AE CHN AUS AE CHN

FEB. 2002

COPYRIGHT 2002 CANON INC.

HY8-30AP-010

CANON SmartBase MPC600F/MPC400 imageCLASS MPC600F/MPC400 FEB. 2002
Application This manual has been issued by Canon Inc. for qualified persons to learn technical theory, installation, maintenance, and repair of products. This manual covers all localities where the products are sold. For this reason, there may be information in this manual that does not apply to your locality. Corrections This manual may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors due to improvements or changes in products. When changes occur in applicable products or in the content of this manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual, Canon will issue a new editions of this manual. The following paragraph does not apply to any countries where such provisions are inconsistent with local law. Trademarks The product names and company names described in this manual are the registered trademarks of the individual companies. Copyright This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, reproduced or translated into another language, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Canon Inc. Copyright 2002 by Canon Inc. CANON INC. Consumer Imaging Products Quality Assurance Dept. 1 5-1 Hakusan 7-Chome, Toride-city, Ibaraki 302-8501, Japan
DTP System The data contained on this manual were created using Windows NT computers. Document creation and page layout were performed using Adobe PageMaker 6.5. Logos and illustrations were created using Adobe Illustrator 9.0.

I. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ILLUSTRATION INDEX PARTS LAYOUT & PARTS LIST TOOL LUBRICATIONS NUMERICAL INDEX

II. ABOUT THIS MANUAL

1. ILLUSTRATION INDEX
For illustration index, the parts layout illustrations in this parts catalog are listed in abbreviated form in order of illustration number to identify the pages they appear on. To find an illustration of a part, see the ILLUSTRATION INDEX. d) QTY The QTY column gives the number of parts in the corresponding components layout illustration. e) DESCRIPTION The DESCRIPTION column gives the part names in English. To order a part, indicate the part name, too.
2. PARTS LAYOUT & PARTS LIST
Parts layout illustration a) Parts search Find a part from the parts layout illustration and find its key number from the parts list to identify the part number and name. Further, screws, nuts, washers, grip rings, pins and spacers are mentioned in the parts list. Note: If parts have the same or similar shape but different specifications, their key number is assigned to several part numbers and names in the parts list. b) Parts replacement procedure The parts layout illustrations are arranged according to the disassembly procedure of the product. When a unit in the illustration can be disassemble further, a reference illustration page of the disassembly will be included. Parts where grease is to be applied are displayed as "Lubrication". When replacing parts, or if grease has accidentally been wiped off, refer to "4". (Lubrications), and reapply the grease. The letters ( A , B etc.) in the illustration indicate the connection locations of cables and screws. Parts list a) FIGURE & KEY No. The FIGURE & KEY No. column corresponds to the key numbers assigned to the parts in the parts layout illustration. It also corresponds to the part locations printed on the PC board. b) PART NUMBER The PART NUMBER column gives the part numbers corresponding to the key numbers. To order a part, indicate the part number clearly. Note: Parts marked NPN are not service parts. c) RANK The service parts with N in the RANK column are order parts.

3. TOOL

This is a list of tools used for servicing products.

4. LUBRICATIONS

Where grease is to be applied in order to allow moving parts to work smoothly, and to increase conductivity, the type and amount of grease to be used will be mentioned.

5. NUMERICAL INDEX

All the parts listed in this parts catalog are arranged in order of part number. You can identify part locations and names from the NUMERICAL INDEX.
SmartBase MPC600F/MPC400 imageCLASS MPC600F/MPC400 1.ILLUSTRATION INDEX

FIGURE 1

SmartBase MPC600F/ imageCLASS MPC600F PACKAGE CONTENTS

See page 2-1

FIGURE 2
SmartBase MPC400/ imageCLASS MPC400 PACKAGE CONTENTS

See page 2-3

See FIGURE 10 for disassembly

FIGURE 3

SmartBase MPC600F/imageCLASS MPC600F REAR COVER, NCU BOARD, MODEM BOARD

See page 2-5

FIGURE 4
SmartBase MPC600F/ imageCLASS MPC600F DOCUMENT FEED ASSY

3 See FIGURE 11

for disassembly

See page 2-7

FIGURE 5
SmartBase MPC400/imageCLASS MPC400 REAR COVER, PRESSURE PLATE

See page 2-9

FIGURE 6
FLAT BED ASSY, OPERATION PANEL UNIT

See page 2-11

See FIGURE 15

FIGURE 7

MIDDLE COVER ASSY

See page 2-13

FIGURE 8

PRINT & ASF ASSY

See page 2-15
See FIGURE 17 for disassembly

FIGURE 9

FRONT COVER, SCNT BOARD, POWER SUPPLY

See page 2-17

SmartBase MPC600F/
FIGURE 10 imageCLASS MPC600F

See page 2-19

DOCUMENT TRAY
See FIGURE 25 for disassembly
FIGURE 11 imageCLASS MPC600F

See page 2-21

FIGURE 12 imageCLASS MPC600F

See page 2-23

DOCUMENT FEED ASSY(1)

DOCUMENT FEED ASSY (2)

FIGURE 13 imageCLASS MPC600F

See page 2-25

FIGURE 14 imageCLASS MPC600F

See page 2-27

DOCUMENT FEED SECTION (1)
DOCUMENT FEED SECTION (2)

16 * * 6 * *

* 16 * 16 * * * * 16 * * 10

* 10 *

*= Lubrication See page 4-1
FIGURE 15 DOCUMENT GLASS,

CONTACT SENSOR

See page 2-29

FIGURE 16 FLAT BED MOTOR

See page 2-31

5* 2 7

*= Lubrication See page 4-4, 4-5
*= Lubrication See page 4-2, 4-3
FIGURE 17 MIDDLE COVER ASSY

See page 2-33

FIGURE 18 MIDDLE COVER ASSY

See page 2-35

6 3* 6
*= Lubrication See page 4-5
FIGURE 19 AUTO SHEET FEEDER, See page

PCNT BOARD

FIGURE 20 PURGE UNIT

See page 2-39

FIGURE 21 CARRIAGE UNIT

See page 2-41

FIGURE 22 CARRIAGE MOTOR,

TIMING SENSOR

See page 2-43
*= Lubrication See page 4-6
FIGURE 23 PAPER FEED SECTION See page 2-45
FIGURE 24 PAPER FEED ROLLER

See page 2-47

FIGURE 25 SCNT BOARD

See page 2-49

FIGURE 26 PCNT BOARD

See page 2-51

FIGURE 27 TOOLS

See page 3-1

SmartBase MPC600F/MPC400 imageCLASS MPC600F/MPC400 2.PARTS LAYOUT & PARTS LIST
FIGURE 1 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F PACKAGE CONTENTS

FIGURE & KEY No.

PART No.
HC1-0005-000 HC1-0006-000 HC1-0008-000 HC1-0035-000 QY6-0034-000 NPN NPN HH4-3625-000 HH2-2478-000 HH2-2824-000

R Q A T N Y K

DESCRIPTION

REMARKS

1 TRAY, RAPER, EXIT 1 TRAY, PAPER 1 COVER, PAPER TRAY 1 LABEL, DESTINATION 1 PRINT HEAD 1 DOCUMENT TRAY ASSY 1 INK TANK SET N 1 CD-ROM, PRINTRE DRIVER 1 MODULAR CORD, 2P 1 MODULAR CORD, 2P 1 CORD, POWER SUPPLY 1 CORD, POWER SUPPLY 1 CORD, POWER SUPPLY N N N N 1 USERS GUIDE (ENGLISH) 1 USERS GUIDE (CHINESE) 1 USERS GUIDE, FAX (ENGLISH) 1 USERS GUIDE, FAX (CHINESE) MPC600F AUS AE CHN MPC600F AUS MPC600F AE CHN MPC600F CHN MPC600F AE MPC600F AUS MPC600F AUS AE MPC600F CHN MPC600F AUS AE MPC600F CHN
WT3-5139-000 WT3-5140-000 WT3-5141-000
HT1-2185-000 HT1-6048-000
HT1-2186-000 HT1-6049-000
FIGURE 2 SmartBase MPC400 / imageCLASS MPC400 PACKAGE CONTENTS
HC1-0005-000 HC1-0006-000 HC1-0008-000 QY6-0034-000 NPN HH4-3625-000 WT3-5139-000 WT3-5140-000 WT3-5141-000
1 TRAY, RAPER, EXIT 1 TRAY, PAPER 1 COVER, PAPER TRAY 1 PRINT HEAD 1 INK TANK SET N 1 CD-ROM, PRINTRE DRIVER 1 CORD, POWER SUPPLY 1 CORD, POWER SUPPLY 1 CORD, POWER SUPPLY N N 1 USERS GUIDE (ENGLISH) 1 USERS GUIDE (CHINESE) MPC400 AUS AE CHN MPC400 CHN MPC400 AE MPC400 AUS MPC400F AUS AE MPC400 CHN
FIGURE 3 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F REAR COVER, NCU BOARD, MODEM BOARD

3- 1 2

HC1-0002-000 HG5-2587-000 HG5-2598-000
1 COVER, REAR 1 NCU BOARD ASSY 1 NCU BOARD ASSY 1 MODEM BOARD ASSY 2 SCREW, M3XSCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD 6 SCREW, TP, PH M3X4 MPC600F ENG GER FRN MPC600F AUS AE CHN

HG1-4391-000 XB2-7300-607 XB4-7300-807 XB6-7300-407
FIGURE 4 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F DOCUMENT FEED ASSY
WT2-5746-000 XB2-7300-607 NPN

1 GROMMET

1 SCREW, M3XDOCUMENT FEED ASSY
FIGURE 5 SmartBase MPC400 / imageCLASS MPC400 REAR COVER, PRESSURE PLATE
HC1-0013-000 HC1-0061-000 HC1-0063-000 HL1-0005-000 XB4-7300-807
1 COVER, REAR 1 FRAME, PERSSUER PLATE 1 SHEET, DOCUMENT, PRESSURE 1 PRESSURE PLATE ASSY 5 SCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD
FIGURE 6 FLAT BED ASSY, OPERATION PANEL UNIT

6- 1 2

HC1-0077-000 HM1-0140-000 HM1-0141-000 HM1-0142-000 HM1-0143-000 HM1-0203-000 HM1-0204-000 HM1-0205-000 HM1-0206-000
1 SHAFT, JOINT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 OPERATION PANEL UNIT 1 SCREW, M3XSCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD 1 FLAT BED ASSY MPC600F ENG MPC400 EC MPC600F GER MPC600F FRN MPC600F CHN MPC400 CHN MPC600F AUS AE MPC400 AUS AE
XB2-7300-607 XB4-7300-807 NPN
FIGURE 7 MIDDLE COVER ASSY
1 SCREW, M3XSCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD 1 MIDDLE COVER ASSY
FIGURE 8 PRINT & ASF ASSY

8- 3 4

QA4-0005-000 QA4-0006-000 XA9-1258-000 XB2-7300-607
1 ABSORBER, INK 1 ABSORBER, INK 2 SCREW,TAP,WASHER HEAD,M3XSCREW, M3X6
FIGURE 9 FRONT COVER, SCNT BOARD, POWER SUPPLY
HC1-0003-000 HC1-0004-000 HG1-4408-000 HG1-4412-000 HG1-4414-000 HG1-4418-000
1 COVER, FRONT, LEFT 1 COVER, FRONT, RIGHT 1 SCNT BOARD ASSY 1 SCNT BOARD ASSY 1 SCNT BOARD ASSY 1 SCNT BOARD ASSY 1 POWER SUPPLY UNIT N 1 MAIN FRAME ASSY 2 SCREW, CROSS-RECESS, FCH 2 SCREW, M3XSCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD 3 SCREW, TP, PH M3X4 MPC600F ENG GER FRN MPC400 EC MPC600F AUS AE CHN MPC400 AUS AE CHN
HH3-5382-000 HL1-0001-000 XB1-1300-807 XB2-7300-607 XB4-7300-807 XB6-7300-407
FIGURE 10 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F DOCUMENT TRAY

10 - 5 6

HC1-0094-000 HC1-0095-000 HC1-0096-000 HC1-0097-000 HU1-2032-000 XA9-0283-000

1 COVER, DOCUMENT 1 TRAY, DOCUMENT 1 GUIDE, DOCUMENT, FRONT 1 GUIDE, DOCMENT, REAR 1 SPRING, PINION 2 SCREW, TP, PH3X6
FIGURE 11 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F DOCUMENT FEED ASSY(1)

11 - 9

HC1-0092-000 HC1-0093-000 HC1-0102-000 HG1-4384-000 HH2-3098-000 XB1-2300-607 XB2-7300-607 XB4-7300-807 XB4-7401-007
1 COVER, DOCUMENT FEED, FRONT 1 COVER, DOCUMENT FEED, REAR 2 HINGE UNIT 1 ADF BOARD ASSY 1 CABLE WITH CONNECTOR, 8P 2 SCREW, BH3X6(S) 1 SCREW, M3XSCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD 6 SCREW, PAN HEAD SELF-TAPPING
FIGURE 12 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F DOCUMENT FEED ASSY (2)

12 - 11

HC1-0098-000 HC1-0099-000 HC1-0100-000 HC1-0111-000 HC1-0151-000 HC1-0152-000 HL1-0007-000 HU1-2005-000 HU1-2010-000 XB4-7300-807 HM1-0025-000
1 SHEET, DOCUMENT, PRESSURE 1 COVER, DOCUMENT, EJECT 2 FIN, EJECT ROLLER 1 COVER, ADF 1 HOLDER, BACK UP ROLLER 1 ARM, STOP N 1 DOCUMENT FEED FRAME ASSY 2 SPRING, BACK UP ROLLER, EJECT 2 SPRING, BACK UP ROLLER, U-TURN 6 SCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD 1 DOCUMENT FEED SECTION ASSY
FIGURE 13 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F DOCUMENT FEED SECTION (1)

13 - 13

HC1-0112-000 HC1-0127-000 HC1-0128-000 HC1-0129-000 HC1-0133-000 HC1-0134-000 HC1-0135-000 HM1-0030-000 HM1-0031-000 HU1-1001-000 HU1-2007-000 HU1-2009-000 XB1-2300-407
1 COVER, DOCUMENT GUIDE, LOWER 1 RETAINING RING (E-TYPE) 1 GUIDE, SEPARATION SHAFT, FRONT 1 GUIDE, SEPARATION SHAFT, REAR 1 ARM, DETECTION (DS) 1 LEVER, DOCUMENT RELEASE 1 STOPPER, DOCUMENT 1 SEPARATION GUIDE UNIT 1 SEPARATION ROLLER UNIT 2 BUSHING 1 SPRING, DETECTION ARM (DS) 1 SPRING, ADF 2 SCREW, BH3X4 (S)
FIGURE 14 SmartBase MPC600F / imageCLASS MPC600F DOCUMENT FEED SECTION (2)

* 13 * * * 16 * * 16 * *

14 - 23 24
HC1-0107-000 HC1-0113-000 HC1-0116-000 HC1-0117-000 HC1-0118-000 HC1-0127-000 HC1-0139-000 HC1-0140-000 HC1-0153-000 HH2-3096-000 HH2-3097-000 HH7-2555-000 HL1-0010-000 HL1-0014-000 HC1-0105-000 HU1-1001-000 HU1-2006-000 HS5-2129-000 WG8-5362-000 XA9-1087-000 XA9-1116-000 XB1-2300-607 XB2-7300-607 XB4-7300-807
1 ARM, DETECTION (DES) 1 COVER, DOCUMENT GUIDE, UPPER 1 ROLLER, DOCUMENT U TURN 1 ROLLER, DOCUMENT FEED 1 ROLLER, DOCUMENT EJECT 2 RETAINING RING (E-TYPE) 2 SHEET, DOCUMENT STOP 2 BRUSH, STATIC DISCHARGE 2 SHEET, GUIDE 1 CABLE WITH CONNECTOR, 3P 1 CABLE WITH CONNECTOR, 3P 1 MOTOR, STEPPING, READER 2 LOCK UNIT 1 WHITE SHEET UNIT 1 GUIDE, DOCUMENT FEED 6 BUSHING 2 SPRING, BACK UP ROLLER, FEED 1 SPRING, WHITE SHEET 2 PHOTO-INTERRUPTER, TLPSCREW,TP,M3XSCREW, M3XSCREW, BH3X6(S) 2 SCREW, M3XSCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD

25 - BAT1 IC201

WK1-5130-000 HH4-3612-000 HH4-3619-000 HH4-3624-000 HH4-3631-000
1 BATTERY, LITHIUM, CR2032/1HS 1 IC, MR27V1652DA5RA, OTP-ROM 1 IC, MR27V1652D89RA, OTP-ROM 1 IC, MR27V1652DB2RA, OTP-ROM 1 IC, MR27V1652DB3RA, OTP-ROM MPC600F ENG GER FRN MPC400 EC MPC600F AUS AE CHN MPC400 AUS AE CHN

26 - IC8

HH4-3529-000
1 IC, MR27V852D39RA, OTP-ROM
SmartBase MPC600F/MPC400 imageCLASS MPC600F/MPC400 3.TOOL

27 - T1 T2 T3 T4

CK-0562-000 HY9-0023-000 QY9-0057-000 TKC-0953-000
1 LUBE, MOLYKOTE PG-641 GREASE 1 LUBE, MOLYKOTE EMD-110, GREASE 1 LUBE,FLOIL KG-107A,OIL 1 GREASE, FLOIL G311S (20GS)
SmartBase MPC600F/MPC400 imageCLASS MPC600F/MPC400 4.LUBRICATIONS

4.1 Locations

Some parts are lubricated with grease to ensure smooth operation and to increase conductivity. If lubricated parts are replaced or grease is removed, grease must be reapplied. 4.1.1 ADF SECTOION

FLOIL G311S Approx. 12mg

FLOIL G311S Approx. 12mg (Each place)
See FIGURE 13 and 14 for disassembly

4.1.2 FLAT BED ASSY

MOLYKOTE EMD-110 Approx. 12~24mg
See FIGURE 15 for disassembly
MOLYKOTE PG-641 Approx. 100mg (25mgx4)
See FIGURE 15 and 16 for disassembly
MOLYKOTE PG-641 Approx. 12mg
See FIGURE 16 for disassembly

FLOIL G311S Approx. 6mg

See FIGURE 16 and 17 for disassembly

4.1.3 PRINT ASSY

MOLYKOTE PG-641 Approx. 25mg (Behind the Carriage guide frame)
FLOIL KG107A Approx. 225mg
See FIGURE 21 for disassembly
SmartBase MPC600F/MPC400 imageCLASS MPC600F/MPC400 5.NUMERICAL INDEX

PART NUMBER

CK-0562-000 HC1-0002-000 HC1-0003-000 HC1-0004-000 HC1-0005-000 HC1-0006-000 HC1-0008-000 HC1-0013-000 HC1-0035-000 HC1-0041-000 HC1-0045-000 HC1-0052-000 HC1-0054-000 HC1-0059-000 HC1-0061-000 HC1-0063-000 HC1-0066-000 HC1-0070-000 HC1-0077-000 HC1-0079-000 HC1-0084-000 HC1-0085-000 HC1-0086-000 HC1-0087-000 HC1-0088-000 HC1-0090-000 HC1-0092-000 HC1-0093-000 HC1-0094-000 HC1-0095-000 HC1-0096-000 HC1-0097-000 HC1-0098-000 HC1-0099-000 HC1-0100-000 HC1-0102-000 HC1-0103-000 HC1-0104-000 HC1-0105-000 HC1-0107-000 HC1-0111-000 HC1-0112-000 HC1-0113-000 HC1-0116-000 HC1-0117-000 HC1-0118-000 HC1-0127-000 HC1-0128-000 HC1-0129-000

LUBE, MOLYKOTE PG-641 GREASE COVER, REAR COVER, FRONT, LEFT COVER, FRONT, RIGHT TRAY, RAPER, EXIT TRAY, PAPER COVER, PAPER TRAY COVER, REAR LABEL, DESTINATION FRAME, SCANNER BELT, TIMING COVER, SCANNER SPACER, CONTACT SENSOR COVER, SCANNER FRAME, PERSSUER PLATE SHEET, DOCUMENT, PRESSURE COVER, MIDDLE JOINT SHAFT, JOINT LOCK SHAFT, JOINT, UNDER BAR, TORSION, LEFT BAR, TORSION RIGHT BAR, TORSION, LEFT BAR, TORSION, RIGHT COVER, MIDDLE COVER, DOCUMENT FEED, FRONT COVER, DOCUMENT FEED, REAR COVER, DOCUMENT TRAY, DOCUMENT GUIDE, DOCUMENT, FRONT GUIDE, DOCMENT, REAR SHEET, DOCUMENT, PRESSURE COVER, DOCUMENT, EJECT FIN, EJECT ROLLER HINGE UNIT SHEET, DOCUMENT GUIDE HOLDER, DOCUMENT GUIDE SHEET GUIDE, DOCUMENT FEED ARM, DETECTION (DES) COVER, ADF COVER, DOCUMENT GUIDE, LOWER COVER, DOCUMENT GUIDE, UPPER ROLLER, DOCUMENT U TURN ROLLER, DOCUMENT FEED ROLLER, DOCUMENT EJECT RETAINING RING (E-TYPE) GUIDE, SEPARATION SHAFT, FRONT GUIDE, SEPARATION SHAFT, REAR
HC1-0133-000 HC1-0134-000 HC1-0135-000 HC1-0139-000 HC1-0140-000 HC1-0151-000 HC1-0152-000 HC1-0153-000 HC1-0165-000 HG1-4384-000 HG1-4391-000 HG1-4408-000 HG1-4412-000 HG1-4414-000 HG1-4418-000 HG5-2587-000 HG5-2598-000 HH2-2478-000 HH2-2824-000 HH2-3096-000 HH2-3097-000 HH2-3098-000 HH3-5382-000 HH4-3529-000 HH4-3612-000 HH4-3619-000 HH4-3624-000 HH4-3625-000 HH4-3631-000 HH7-2554-000 HH7-2555-000 HH7-2556-000 HH7-2557-000 HL1-0001-000 HL1-0002-000 HL1-0003-000 HL1-0005-000 HL1-0007-000 HL1-0010-000 HL1-0014-000 HM1-0002-000 HM1-0025-000 HM1-0030-000 HM1-0031-000 HM1-0034-000 HM1-0137-000 HM1-0140-000 HM1-0141-000 HM1-0142-000 HM1-0143-000 HM1-0199-000 HM1-0203-000
4 IC8 IC201 IC201 IC6 IC1 2
ARM, DETECTION (DS) LEVER, DOCUMENT RELEASE STOPPER, DOCUMENT SHEET, DOCUMENT STOP BRUSH, STATIC DISCHARGE HOLDER, BACK UP ROLLER ARM, STOP SHEET, GUIDE SHEET, PCNT ADF BOARD ASSY MODEM BOARD ASSY SCNT BOARD ASSY SCNT BOARD ASSY SCNT BOARD ASSY SCNT BOARD ASSY NCU BOARD ASSY NCU BOARD ASSY MODULAR CORD, 2P MODULAR CORD, 2P CABLE WITH CONNECTOR, 3P CABLE WITH CONNECTOR, 3P CABLE WITH CONNECTOR, 8P POWER SUPPLY UNIT IC, MR27V852D39RA, OTP-ROM IC, MR27V1652DA5RA, OTP-ROM IC, MR27V1652D89RA, OTP-ROM IC, MR27V1652DB2RA, OTP-ROM CD-ROM, PRINTRE DRIVER IC, MR27V1652DB3RA, OTP-ROM MOTOR, STEPPING, FLAT BED MOTOR, STEPPING, READER SPEAKER UNIT CONTACT SENSOR UNIT MAIN FRAME ASSY DOCUMENT GLASS UNIT DOCUMENT GLASS UNIT PRESSURE PLATE ASSY DOCUMENT FEED FRAME ASSY LOCK UNIT WHITE SHEET UNIT AUTO SHEET FEEDER UNIT DOCUMENT FEED SECTION ASSY SEPARATION GUIDE UNIT SEPARATION ROLLER UNIT PCNT COVER UNIT PCNT BOARD ASSY OPERATION PANEL UNIT OPERATION PANEL UNIT OPERATION PANEL UNIT OPERATION PANEL UNIT PURGE UNIT OPERATION PANEL UNIT

HM1-0204-000 HM1-0205-000 HM1-0206-000 HS5-2129-000 HT1-2185-000 HT1-2186-000 HT1-6048-000 HT1-6049-000 HU1-1001-000 HU1-2001-000 HU1-2002-000 HU1-2004-000 HU1-2005-000 HU1-2006-000 HU1-2007-000 HU1-2009-000 HU1-2010-000 HU1-2032-000 HU1-3001-000 HY9-0023-000 QA4-0005-000 QA4-0006-000 QA4-0018-000 QA4-0025-000 QA4-0111-000 QA4-0572-000 QA4-0582-000 QF4-0003-000 QF4-0004-000 QG2-3336-000 QG4-0007-000 QG4-0009-000 QG4-0010-000 QG4-0011-000 QG4-0020-000 QG4-0022-000 QH4-4347-000 QS4-2001-000 QY6-0034-000 QY9-0057-000 TKC-0953-000 WG8-5362-000 WK1-5130-000 WT2-5746-000 WT3-5139-000 WT3-5140-000 WT3-5141-000

5 T4 T3 TBAT10

OPERATION PANEL UNIT OPERATION PANEL UNIT OPERATION PANEL UNIT SPRING, WHITE SHEET USERS GUIDE (ENGLISH) USERS GUIDE, FAX (ENGLISH) USERS GUIDE (CHINESE) USERS GUIDE, FAX (CHINESE) BUSHING SPRING, CONTACT SENSOR SPRING, BELT TENSION SPRING, LOCK SPRING, BACK UP ROLLER, EJECT SPRING, BACK UP ROLLER, FEED SPRING, DETECTION ARM (DS) SPRING, ADF SPRING, BACK UP ROLLER, U-TURN SPRING, PINION PULLEY, IDLER LUBE, MOLYKOTE EMD-110, GREASE ABSORBER, INK ABSORBER, INK SPRING, LEAF BELT, FEED ROLLER SPRING, TORSION FILM, TIMING SLIT STRIP FILM, TIMIG SLIT DISK FEED ROLLER ASSY IDLER ROLLER ASSY INK SENSOR UNIT PRESSURE ROLLER ASSY PLATEN UNIT SPUR HOLDER ASSY CARRIAGE UNIT TIMING SENSOR UNIT WIPER CLEANER ASSY MOTOR, CARRIAGE SPRING, COIL PRINT HEAD LUBE,FLOIL KG-107A,OIL GREASE, FLOIL G311S (20GS) PHOTO-INTERRUPTER, TLP1241 BATTERY, LITHIUM, CR2032/1HS GROMMET CORD, POWER SUPPLY CORD, POWER SUPPLY CORD, POWER SUPPLY
XA9-0283-000 XA9-0476-000 XA9-1087-000 XA9-1116-000 XA9-1258-000 XB1-1300-807 XB1-2300-407 XB1-2300-607
SCREW, TP, PH3X6 SCREW, TP M3X8 SCREW,TP,M3X4 SCREW, M3X5 SCREW,TAP,WASHER HEAD,M3X12 SCREW, CROSS-RECESS, FCH SCREW, BH3X4 (S) SCREW, BH3X6(S)
XB2-4300-607 XB2-7300-607

SCREW, M3X6 SCREW, M3X6

XB4-7300-807
SCREW, TAP TIGHT, BINDING HEAD
XB4-7300-809 XB4-7400-807 XB4-7401-007 XB6-7300-407 XB6-7300-607

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80 g/m2 A4 KANGAS

80 g/m2 A4 NEUSIEDLER
Printing range (Black & White FAX)
Paper dimensions (W L) Letter Legal A4 8.50" 10.98" (216 mm 279 mm) 8.50" 14.02" (216 mm 356 mm) 8.27" 11.69" (210 mm 297 mm)

Paper leading edge

PRINTING DROP OUT RANGE

PRINTING RANGE

Paper trailing edge
Figure 1-2 Printing Range
Item 1 Effective printing width A4 8.00" (203.2 mm) 2 Left margin 0.13"0.06" (3.41.5 mm) 3 Right margin 0.13"0.06" (3.41.5 mm) 4 Top margin 0.12"0.06" (3.01.5 mm) 5 Bottom margin 0.20"0.12" (5.03.0 mm) Units are inches with mm shown in parentheses. Letter 8.00" (203.2 mm) 0.25"0.06" (6.41.5 mm) 0.25"0.06" (6.41.5 mm) 0.12"0.06" (3.01.5 mm) 0.20"0.12" (5.03.0 mm) Legal 8.00" (203.2 mm) 0.25"0.06" (6.41.5 mm) 0.25"0.06" (6.41.5 mm) 0.12"0.06" (3.01.5 mm) 0.20"0.12" (5.03.0 mm)
The shaded area is included in the left and right margin errors of the paper trailing edge. The printing range is set in user data PRINTER SETTINGS, PAPER SIZE.
Printing range (Color FAX & Printer mode)
Plain paper and Special media (Color FAX & Printer mode)
W L = Min. 7.17 10.12 inch(mm) Max. 8.5 14.0 inch(mm) W c a d e a = (Plain paper , etc.) 0.12 inch/3.0 mm b = 0.20 inch 5 mm L c = (B5/A5/A4) 0.13 inch/3.4 mm d = (B5/A5/A4) 0.13 inch/3.4 mm e = 1.10 inch/28.0 mm Feed direction

f = 1.04 inch/26.5 mm

: Recommended printing area b f : Printable area (contains recomended printing area)

Envelopes

W L = (COM #10) 9.48 4.17 inch(mm) (DL) 8.66 4.33 inch(mm)
a = 0.13 inch/3.4 mm b = 0.13 inch/3.4 mm c = 0.12 inch/3.0 mm W Feed direction d = 1.04 inch/26.5 mm
Figure 1-3 Printing Range (1) 1-8

Banner paper

b Max.6 folds (To be cut at the edge of the 7th fold)
a=0.13 inch / 3.4 mm b=0.13 inch / 3.4 mm c=1.26 inch / 32 mm
Figure 1-4 Printing Range (2)

2.6 Copy Specification

Color copy Multiple copy Copy mode Yes 99 copies Black & white Color Copy resolution Black & white 600 dpi 600 dpi Color 1200 dpi 1200 dpi Copy magnification ratio 25~400% Fixed ratio A4 LTR, LGL LTR, inch LTR DRAFT, TEXT, PHOTO FAST, NORMAL, FINE

2.7 Function

Dialling Manual dialling Auto dialing Group dial Redial Transmission Broadcast transmission
Numeric button Max. 120 digits One-touch:9, Coded speed:100, Numeric button:1 Max. 110 locations Numeric button redial function (Max. 120 digits)
Max. 110 locations (One-touch:9, Coded speed:100, Numeric button:1) Delayed transmission Yes (PC Assisted) Max. 30 reservation Confidential Tx/Rx None Relay broadcasting originating None Relay broadcasting None Reception Dual Access Yes FAX/TEL switching Yes Method CNG detection Message None Pseudo CI None Pseudo ring Yes Pseudo ringback tone Yes Reduction settings for reception Automatic reduction of reception images Built-in Answering machine Answering machine connection Remote reception Memory lock reception Reception printing in reverse order Polling Polling transmission Polling reception Extended copy function mirror Image repeat Entire document Yes Yes (100% ~ 70%) None Yes (Telephone answering priority type) Yes (Remote ID method) None None None Yes Yes Yes Yes

Figure 2-4 Document Feed Section 2-4
Names and function of parts 1. Paper Guide (SmartBase MPC600F only) When properly adjusted to the width of the documents, the guide will hold documents in the horizontal direction to prevent them from skewing when fed. 2. Document feed motor (SmartBase MPC600F only) This motor drives all the rollers in the scanner sections. 3. Document Sensor (DS, SmartBase MPC600F only) This sensor uses an actuator to detect the presence of documents to be scanned, and sends that information to the SCNT board by the way of the ADF board. 4. Document stopper (SmartBase MPC600F only) This stopper is located to the side of the separation rollers, and prevents documents from entering too far inside the scanning section. This stopper is located here to improve document loading and prevent double feeding or non-feeding due to defective loading of documents. 5. Document pickup rollor (SmartBase MPC600F only) The document pickup roller is used to pick up a document and feed it to the separation roller. 6. Separation guide (SmartBase MPC600F only) Separates the documents to prevent double-feeding. 7. Separation roller (SmartBase MPC600F only) This roller uses difference in the coefficients of friction of the separation guide, document and separation roller to separate each of the sheets in a multiple-page document. 8. Document feed lever (SmartBase MPC600F only) This lever switches between automatic document feed and manual document feed. Damage to the document caused by the separation roller can be minimized by switching to the manual document feed position when sending single sheets such as thick-stock paper or photographs. 9. U-Turn roller (SmartBase MPC600F only) The U-turn roller is used to feed a document to the document feeder roller. 10. Document edge sensor (DES, SmartBase MPC600F only) Using an actuator, the DES detects the edge of a document just before it reaches the contact sensor, and sends this information to the SCNT board. 11. Document feed roller (SmartBase MPC600F only) This roller feeds documents to the color contact sensor after they are separated by separation roller. 12. White sheet This white sheet is used as a whiteness reference when pre-scanning documents. 13. Contact sensor drive motor The flatbed motor is used to drive the contact sensor. 14. Contact sensor drive belt The CS belt is used to covey the driving force of the flatbed motor to the contact sensor. 15. CS shaft The CS shaft is used to keep the direction of the driving force of the contact sensor. 16. Color contact sensor The color contact sensor scans the image data from the document, converts it to serial data, and transmits it to the SCNT board as electrical signals. The color contact sensor has a scanning resolution of the 600dpi and outputs Red, Green and Blue analog image data. 17. Paper eject roller (SmartBase MPC600F only) This roller ejects documents fed from the document feed roller.

3. PRINTER SECTION

The printer section mechanism in this model is taken from the S600 BJ printer. Some illustrations are used in common with S600.
3.1 Overview of the Printer's Mechanical Parts
The printer's mechanical parts consist of the BJ cartridge, carriage, purge section, and paper feed section. Each part is explained below.

Carriage

Paper Feed Section
Figure 2-5 Printer's Mechanical Parts

3.1.1 Carriage

The carriage holds one BJ cartridge in place. The carriage belt driven by the carriage motor (DC motor) moves the carriage horizontally back and forth across the paper. Regarding the carriage's position control, the initial position is detected when the carriage goes against the right wall which is the home position. After that, the carriage position is detected by reading the pulse from the encoder film. The paper spacing position is read from the carriage position when the carriage goes against the left wall.

3.1.2 Purge section

The purge section, driven by a dedicated purge motor, consists of the wiper, pump, cap, and carriage lock. The wiper maintains the head face surface to ensure high-quality printing. The ink suction feature enables the ink to be readily ejected from the nozzles. When the BJ cartridge is not in use, the nozzles are protected by a cap, and the carriage is locked in place. The motor's running direction controls the ink suction operation or capping/wiping/valve open/closing operation.

3.1.3 Paper feed section

The paper feed section consists of the paper feed components, paper transport section, and paper discharge section. Paper feed Paper is fed automatically by the auto sheet feeder. The auto sheet feeder is driven by the ASF motor. Paper of various sizes up to legal size can be stacked and fed automatically (the paper is transported to the paper transport section). Paper transport section The paper feed section, driven by the paper feed motor, keeps the sheet of paper flat and horizontal on the platen and rotates the feed roller to move the paper horizontally to and beneath the print head. Paper eject section After printing, paper is ejected onto the discharge tray by the eject rollers. After the sheet of paper leaves the paper feed rollers, the eject rollers take over to eject the paper.
3.2 Paper Feed Section 3.2.1 Paper feed components
The paper feed components include an ASF incorporating a friction separation system which uses a separation pad. Compared to previous ASF systems, it has a very strong paper feed force. It consists of the following parts: Paper feed roller and separation pad, pressure roller and return corner, pressure plate, motor, and sensor.

While the sharp-tipped spur presses down the printed side of the paper (without marking the paper) against the eject rollers, the eject rollers discharge the printed paper. The paper discharge section consists of the eject rollers and spur. The sheet of paper brought to the printing starting position is printed on as it goes around the platen. The paper is transported by the paper feed rollers and pinch roller. When printing is completed, the paper is ejected by the eject rollers and spur. A Spring tabs on the left and right keep the discharged sheets stacked properly.

3.3 About the Ink Sensor

Consisting of an LED and photo sensor, the ink sensor uses optical means to detect whether there is ink in the ink tank. At the bottom of the ink tank is an indentation that works like a prism. When there is ink in the ink tank, the refractive index of the ink and the prism's resin material is about the same. Therefore, the reflected amount of light is small. When the ink is exhausted, the refractive index of the air and the prism's resin is very different, so all the light entering the sensor is reflected and the amount of reflected light is high. The ink sensor detects the difference in the reflected light amount to determine whether or not there is ink in the tank. The MPU detects the voltage that changes according to the change in the reflected light amount. The analog value that is input is converted to a digital value by an internal A/D converter. When the printer detects no ink in the ink tank, it indicates "ink low" on the status monitor for the respective ink tank. After the printer detects no ink in the ink tank, it starts to count the number of ejected dots corresponding to the amount of ink (about 20% of the ink amount) in the sponge and it starts to detect the no-ink error. This error is detected in the following cases: While the power is ON, when the flatbed ass'y is closed, after the pumping operation, or after the set number of dots have been printed. If the flatbed ass'y is opened during the ink amount measurement, the external light may prevent an accurate measurement. The presence of an ink tank will also not be detected. If there is no ink tank, there will be no reflected light and the printer will therefore assume that there is ink.
Ink Tank Ink Refracted Light Incident Light Photo Transistor Reflected Light Incident Light Photo Transistor Ink Sensor Ink Present Prism Reflected Light Ink Sensor (Completely Reflected) No Ink Air

Figure 2-7 Ink Sensor

Not Correctly Detecting the Absence of Ink The mechanisms of the product are designed in such a way that the following operations can at times prevent the correct detection of the absence of ink, not printing received images and, as a result, generating a blank output. While ink is present, the flatbed ass'y is opened, the ink tank is removed, and the flatbed ass'y is closed without putting back the ink tank. While ink is present, the flatbed ass'y is opened, the ink tank is removed, and the flatbed ass'y is closed after improperly putting back the ink tank (i.e., without hearing a clicking sound). While ink is present, the flatbed ass'y is opened, and the flatbed ass'y is closed after fitting an ink tank whose ink chamber is empty.

Disassembly 3. Flatbed assy (1) Perform Disassembly 1. (2) Remove the screw (a), and detach the grounding wire. (3) Remove the cable (b), and free the cable from the core. (4) Remove the cable (c). (5) Remove the joint shaft. Be sure to free the claw (d) while doing so. (6) Remove the left/right torsion bar. (7) Remove the flatbed assy. Disassembly 4. Operation panel unit (1) Push the button, and open the flatbed assy. (2) Remove the 5 screws (e). (3) Free the cable (f) from the operation panel unit, and detach the operation panel unit.

a Flatbed ass'y

Joint shaft Torsion bar d f

Button

Figure 3-10 Disassembly 3 and Disassembly 4 3-12
Disassembly 5. Middle cover assy (1) Perform Disassembly 3. (2) Remove the 2 cables (a). (3) Remove the screw (b), and detach the grounding wire. (4) Remove the 4 screws (c), and detach the middle cover assy.

Middle cover ass'y

Figure 3-11 Disassembly 5 3-13
Disassembly 6. Print & ASF assy (1) Perform Disassembly 5, and detach the middle cover assy. (2) Remove the screw (a), and detach the grounding wire. (3) Remove the 2 cables (b). (4) Remove the 3 screws (c), and detach the Print & ASF assy. (5) Remove the 2 ink absorbers.

Print & ASF ass'y

Ink absorber
Figure 3-12 Disassembly 6
Replacement of waste ink absorbers The waste ink absorbers are designed to sop up any excess ink ejected during the cleaning operation or during ink squirting for maintenance, in order to maintain the good printing quality of the BJ cartridge. The volume of ink absorbed is counted and these data stored in the EEPROM on the PCNT board. Once the volume is judged to have reached 100%, the message "CHECK PRINTER" (error code ##342) will be displayed, and printing will stop, in order to ensure that the volume of ink absorbed does not exceed the allowed limit. To clear this error, you need to replace the waste ink absorbers and reset the waste ink volume counter. Refer to page 4-22, Action for ##342, for details on how to reset the waste ink volume counter.
Disassembly 7. Contact sensor (1) Perform Disassembly 3 to remove the flatbed assy. (2) Remove the 2 screws (a). (3) Free the claw (b), and detach the scanner cover. At this time, take care not to drop the document glass. (4) Remove 2 spring plates, and detach the document glass. (5) Remove the flat cable stopper (c). (6) Remove the contact sensor from the contact sensor holder. At this time, take care not to lose the spacer. Handling the contact sensor Be careful not to scratch or soil the glass surface of the contact sensor. Any such scratches or dirty marks may lead to image defects, such as vertical streaks, etc., on the scanned image. Caution when replacing the contact sensor When replacing the contact sensor, the CS LED light-on duration needs to be adjusted. Refer to page 4-6, 3.1 CS LED Lights-on Duration Adjustment, for details.

Blade cleaner

Purge unit
Figure 3-16 Disassembly 11
Carriage lock release Normally, when a cartridge is installed on the carriage and the power is turned off, the printer moves the carriage to the capping position to lock it. When the power is turned on, the carriage lock is normally released. However, if the printer does not operate properly, you can release the carriage lock manually in one of two ways: a) On the back of the printer, push down the purge unit's locking pin. b) On the front of the printer, rotate the gear as shown by the arrow in the illustration below so that the locking pin goes down. a

b Purge Unit

Figure 3-17 Carriage Lock Release
Handling the purge unit Note the following with regard to the purge unit: (1) Grease soiling the blade Due to the blade's height, the carriage guide shaft may touch it when the shaft is removed or installed. Grease may soil the blade as a result. You must not allow any grease or oily substance to adhere to the blade. (2) Replacing the blade cleaner When replacing the purge unit, also replace the blade cleaner at the same time. Since it is soiled by ink, the blade cleaner needs to be replaced.

Blade Cleaner Blade

Figure 3-18 Handling the Purge Unit 3-20
Disassembly 12. Carriage unit (1) Perform steps 1 and 2 of Disassembly 9. (2) Disconnect the 3 cables found between the PCNT board (J1, J2, J3) and the carriage unit. (3) By referring to the instructions on page 3-20, release the carriage lock. (4) Remove the 2 screws (a), and detach the carriage guide frame. (5) Remove the left/right shaft crip. (6) Remove the carriage shaft. (7) Remove the cable guide. (8) Press the pulley to detach the carriage belt. (9) Remove the tension spring and the carriage encorder film. (10) Remove carriage unit.
Carriage guide frame Shaft clip a Pulley

Tonsion spring

Carriage unit Cable guide

Shaft clip

Carriage encorder film Carriage belt

Carriage shaft

Figure 3-19 Disassembly 12 3-21
Installing and removing the carriage encoder film The carriage encoder film is fixed in place and held taut by the torsion spring. When you install or remove the carriage encoder film, you have to stretch the torsion spring. Be careful not to pull the torsion spring too much in the direction of the arrow. Otherwise, you will not be able to properly install the carriage encoder film the next time. Therefore, when installing or removing the carriage encoder film, be very careful not to pull the torsion spring too much.

Figure 3-20 Encoder Film

Handling encoder film (1) Be careful not to get any grease on the encoder film (carriage encoder film and paper feed encoder film). If grease gets on the encoder film, the film's slits will not be read correctly, resulting in error. If grease gets on the film, use alcohol to wipe it off completely. (2) Do not fold or scratch the encoder film. If the film is folded and a white line is created or if a slit is scratched, replace the encoder film.
Disassembly 13. Carriage motor, Timing sensor unit (1) Perform Disassembly 10 to remove the ASF unit. (2) Disconnect the cable from the carriage motor. (3) Remove the 2 screws (a), and detach the carriage motor. (4) Disconnect the cable (b) from the paper feed motor and the PCNT board. (5) Remove the screw (c), and detach the timing sensor unit. (6) Remove the 4 springs (d), and detach the pressure roller.

Pressure roller

b c b Timing sensor unit
Figure 3-21 Disassembly 13
Disassembly 14. Platen unit (1) Perform Disassembly 12. (2) Remove the 2 screws (a), and detach the platen unit. (3) Free the claw (b), and detach the spur holder assembly.

Spur holder ass'y

b Platen unit a
Figure 3-22 Disassembly 14
Disassembly 15. Paper feed roller (1) Perform Disassembly 13 to remove the pressure roller. (2) Perform Disassembly 14. (3) Turn the left/right lever to detach the paper feed roller.

Paper feed encoder film

Paper feed roller
Figure 3-23 Disassembly 15
Disassembly 16. Replacing the ROM To replace the ROM, perform the following: a) Before Starting the Work At the end of replacement, you will have to execute 'all clear'. As necessary, print out the follwing data. a-1) Image Data Stored in Image memory The image data stored in image memory will be lost when the power is turned off. Before turning off the power, check to be sure that all images have been printed out. a-2) User reports Press the menu button, and select 'REPORTS/LIST' using the </> button. Then, select the type of report using the </> button. a-3) Service reports Select service mode, and select 'SERVICE REPORT' using the </> button. Then, select that type of list to generate using the </> button. b) Replacing the ROM b-1) ROM on the SCNT Board (1) Disconnect the power cord. (2) Put on a wrist strap to prevent static damage. (3) Perform Disassembly 2 or 102. (4) Remove the ROM from the SCNT board using the ROM removing tool. (5) Match the ROM and the IC socket in relation to the cut-offs, and fit the new ROM. (6) Put back all parts you may have removed. b-2) ROM on the PCNT Board (1) Disconnect the power cord. (2) Put on a wrist strap to prevent static damage. (3) Perform Disassembly 9. (4) Remove the printer ROM from the PCNT board using a ROM removing tool. (5) Match the ROM and the IC socket in relation to the cut-offs, and fit the new ROM. (6) Put back all parts you have removed. c) After Replacement (1) If you have replace the ROM because of a fault in a ROM element, you may end the work by turning on the power after assembling the machine. (2) If you have replaced the ROM for upgrading that involves changes to the service data, user data, or soft witches, you need to execute 'all clear' (because the memory backed up by the battery retains previous settings). After executing 'all clear', be sure to enter the data you have previously printed out as necessary.

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Printing problem (Evaluation criteria: Test printing is no good.) The paper is not fed properly. Page 4-24. The paper feed motor does not run. The paper is not picked up from the auto sheet feeder. The printing operation is abnormal. Page 4-24. Nothing is printed. The carriage motor does not run. Printing quality error Page 4-25. (Evaluation criteria: Look at the printing result.) The printer does not at all. Printing stop midway. Certain colors are not printed. Blotches appear. Blank ink appear.
Scanning problem (Evaluation criteria: Test printing is good, but the copied image is no good.) The document is not fed. Page 4-26. The document feed motor does not run. The document slips against the rollers. The document does not separate. Faulty scanner unit's sensors The scanning image is abnormal. Page 4-27. Nothing is printed. The image has vertical stripes. The half-tone image contains black dots. The color or brightness of the scanned image is not normal. Processing communication problems. Initial identification of problems. Procedures for processing communication problems.

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4.2 Errors Shown on the Display 4.2.1 User error message
Look for the applicable error message and execute the appropriate countermeasures. "BUSY/NO SIGNAL" (#005/#018) Cause: The receiving fax did not answer within 55 seconds. (T1 timer over) Solution: Contact the other party and have them check their fax.You can try to send the document manually. For an overseas call, add pauses to the registered number. Cause: The touch tone/rotary pulse setting on your fax is incorrect. Solution: Set your fax to the setting that matches your telephone line. Cause: The other party is not using a G3 machine. Solution: Contact the other party and have them send or receive the document using a G3 machine. Cause: The other party's fax is not working. Solution: Contact the other party and have them check their fax. Cause: The telephone number you dialed is busy. Solution: Try sending the document at a later time. "C INK EMPTY" Cause: Solution:

Printer error codes No. Tx or Rx ##332 [TX/RX ] ##333 [TX/RX ] ##334 [TX/RX ] ##335 [TX/RX ] ##336 ##337 UNQ ##342 ##345 ##346 ##348 [TX/RX [RX [TX/RX [TX/RX [TX/RX [TX/RX ] ] ] ] ] ]
Definition Printer control DRAM check error Printer control ROM check error Printer control EEPROM check error Data transmission error between the system control section and printer control section BJ head abnormal temperature error BJ head temperature sensor error Cleaning absorption waste ink capacity full BJ cartridge head cleaning error Inside temperature error Ink detection sensor error
V.8/V.34 protocol error codes No. Tx or Rx Definition ##670 [ TX ] At V.8 late start, the called party declares the V.8 protocol in DIS signal and this unit transmits a CI signal, but the protocol does not progress and a T1 time-out occurs. ##671 [ RX ] At V.8 termination, the protocol did not advance to phase 2 and a T1 time-out occurs after the caller CM signal was detected. ##672 [ TX ] The protocol did not move from phase 2 to phase 3 and a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 transmission. ##673 [ RX ] The protocol did not move from phase 2 to phase 3 and a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 reception. ##674 [ TX ] The protocol did not move from phase 3 to phase 4 and a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 transmission. ##675 [ RX ] The protocol did not move from phase 3 to phase 4 and a T1 time-out occurred during V.34 reception.
ECM mode error codes No. Tx or Rx ##750 [ TX ] ##752 ##753 ##754 ##755 [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX ] ] ] ]
##757 ##758 ##759 ##760 ##762 ##763 ##764 ##765 ##767 ##768 ##769 ##770 ##772 ##773 ##774 ##775 ##777 ##778 ##779 ##780 ##782
[ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX [ TX
] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ]
Definition Exceed repeat protocol due to failure to receive significant signals after transmitting PPS-NULL during ECM Tx Receive DCN after PPS-NULL transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds) after PPS-NULL transmission during ECM Tx Exceed retransmit protocol after PPS-NULL transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to receive significant signals after PPS-MPS transmission during ECM Tx during ECM Tx Receive DCN after PPS-MPS Transmission during ECM Tx Exceed Protocol Retransmission Limit or T5 Time (60 seconds) after PPS-MPS Transmission during ECM Tx Exceed Retransmit Protocol after PPS-MPS Transmission during ECM Tx Exceed Protocol Retransmission Limit Due to Failure to Receive Significant Signals after PPS-EOM Transmission during ECM Tx Receive DCN after PPS-EOM Transmission during ECM Tx Exceed Protocol Retransmission Limit or T5 Time (60 seconds) after PPS-MPS Transmission during ECM Tx Exceed Retransmit Protocol after PPS-EOP Transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to receive significant signals after PPS-EOP transmission during ECM Tx Receive DCN after PPS-EOP transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds) after PPS-EOP transmission during ECM Tx Exceed retransmit protocol after PPS-EOP transmission during ECM Tx Exceed repeat protocol limit due to failure to receive significant signals after transmitting EOR-NULL during ECM Tx Receive DCN after EOR-NULL transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds) after EOR-NULL transmission during ECM Tx Receive ERR after EOR-NULL transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to receive significant signals after EOR-MPS transmission during ECM Tx Receive DCN after EOR-MPS transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit or T5 time (60 seconds) after EOR-MPS transmission during ECM Tx Receive ERR after EOR-MPS transmission during ECM Tx Exceed protocol retransmission limit due to failure to receive significant signals after EOR-EOM transmission during ECM Tx. Receive DCN after EOR-EOM transmission during ECM Tx

Missing dots

Unstable printing

Splashed dots

Figure 4-7 Defective Pattern (Sample)

4.3.3 Scanning problems

Faulty scanning (Evaluation criteria: Test print is good, but the copied image is no good.) The document is not fed. The document feed motor does not run. (Evaluation criteria: Check it visually.) (1) Check the connection from the document feed motor to the ADF board (JFM). (2) Check the connection from the ADF board and SCNT board (JADF1). (3) Replace the document feed motor. (4) Replace the ADF board. (5) Replace the SCNT board. The document slips against the rollers. (Evaluation criteria: Check it visually. Stretched copy image.) (1) See page 4-4 and clean the document reading section. (2) Replace the ADF section's rollers. The document does not separate. (Evaluation criteria: Check it visually.) (1) Check whether the document feed motor is driving all the rollers. (Check for any damaged gears or foreign matter stuck inside.) (2) See page 4-4 and clean the separation roller and separation guide. (3) Replace the separation roller and separation guide. Faulty scanner unit's sensors (Evaluation criteria: The placed document or transported document is not detected.) (1) Check for any faulty sensors while executing the copying operation and test mode. (2) Check the connection from Document sensor and Document edge sensor to the ADF board (JDS, JDES). (3) Check the connection from the ADF board to the SCNT board (JADF1). (4) Replace the SCNT board. (5) Replace the ADF board.
The scanning image is abnormal. (Evaluation criteria: Check the copy image's faults.) Nothing is printed. (1) Check the connection between the contact sensor and SCNT board (JCS1). (2) Replace the contact sensor unit. (3) Replace the SCNT board. The image has vertical stripes. (1) Clean the Document glass. (2) Clean the white sheet. (3) Check the connection between the contact sensor and SCNT board (JCS1). (4) Replace the contact sensor unit. (5) Replace the SCNT board. The halftone image contains black dots. (1) Clean the Document glass. (2) Clean the white sheet. (3) Check the connection between the contact sensor and SCNT board (JCS1). (4) Adjust the CS LED lights-on duration. See Page 4-6. (5) Replace the contact sensor unit. (6) Replace the SCNT board. The color or brightness of the image is not normal. (1) Clean the Document glass. (2) Clean the white sheet. (3) Adjust the CS LED lights-on duration. See Page 4-6. (4) Replace the contact sensor unit. (5) Replace the SCNT board.
4.4 Processing Communication Problems 4.4.1 Initial identification of problems
Since the facsimile must transmit picture information, a transmitter, a receiver and telephone lines are required for this purpose. Transmissions may cause problems if one or more of the three is poor.

#7 PRINTER (printer function settings) 2. NUMERIC PARAM. No. Function 05 Trailing edge margin for black&white copy & FAX

Selecting range 0 ~ 9999

Default setting 5 ( 5 mm)
[Parameter 05] Sets the bottom margin for B/W printing (Copy & Fax). This parameter also sets the margins when PRINT MARGIN in user data is set to SMALLER for color printing. 5. INK ABS CAPA This switch allows the waste ink capacity stored in the PCNT board to be checked or entered. [SUCTION] This allows the waste ink capacity for the ink absorbed during cleaning to be checked or entered. When entering the waste ink capacity, use the numeric buttons to enter a value 0 to 100 (%). The ink absorber's absorption capacity for the waste ink discharged by the BJ cartridge is set to a certain amount. The waste ink capacity settings are stored in the PCNT board's EEPROM. When replacing the PCNT board, check the waste ink capacity and enter the waste ink capacity into the new PCNT board. The various waste ink capacity can be checked with the SYSTEM DUMP LIST.

SSSW Default Setting

TYPE #1 SSSW SW01 SW02 SW03 SW04 SW05 SW06 SW07 SW08 SW09 SW10 SW11 SW12 SW13 SW14 SW15 SW16 SW17 SW18 SW19 SW20 SW21 SW22 SW23 SW24 SW25 SW26 SW27 SW28 SW29 SW30 #2 MENU 05: 06: 07: 08: 09: 10: OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz EUROPE U.K. SWEDEN SWISS AUSTRIA DENMARK
TYPE #1 SSSW SW01 SW02 SW03 SW04 SW05 SW06 SW07 SW08 SW09 SW10 SW11 SW12 SW13 SW14 SW15 SW16 SW17 SW18 SW19 SW20 SW21 SW22 SW23 SW24 SW25 SW26 SW27 SW28 SW29 SW30 #2 MENU 05: 06: 07: 08: 09: 10: NORWAY HOLLAND BELGIUM AUSTRALIA FINLAND N.Z.
OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz
TYPE #1 SSSW SW01 SW02 SW03 SW04 SW05 SW06 SW07 SW08 SW09 SW10 SW11 SW12 SW13 SW14 SW15 SW16 SW17 SW18 SW19 SW20 SW21 SW22 SW23 SW24 SW25 SW26 SW27 SW28 SW29 SW30 #2 MENU 05: 06: 07: 08: 09: 10: ITALY SPAIN PORTUGAL IRELAND HONG KONG MALAYSIA
TYPE #1 SSSW SW01 SW02 SW03 SW04 SW05 SW06 SW07 SW08 SW09 SW10 SW11 SW12 SW13 SW14 SW15 SW16 SW17 SW18 SW19 SW20 SW21 SW22 SW23 SW24 SW25 SW26 SW27 SW28 SW29 SW30 #2 MENU 05: 06: 07: 08: 09: 10: HUNGARY SAF CHINA GERMAN FRANCE SINGAPORE

OFF DIAL 13 3429Hz 33.6 25Hz
OFF DIAL 10 3429Hz 33.6 50Hz
TYPE #1 SSSW SW01 SW02 SW03 SW04 SW05 SW06 SW07 SW08 SW09 SW10 SW11 SW12 SW13 SW14 SW15 SW16 SW17 SW18 SW19 SW20 SW21 SW22 SW23 SW24 SW25 SW26 SW27 SW28 SW29 SW30 #2 MENU 05: 06: 07: 08: 09: 10: CZECH SLOVENIA ASIA POLAND EUROPE2
TYPE #3 NUMERIC Param 02: 03: 04: 05: 06: 07: 09: 10: 11: 13: 15: 16: 17: 18: 19: 20: 21: 22: 23: 24: 25: 26: #5 TYPE EUROPE U.K. SWEDEN SWISS AUSTRIA DENMARK EUROPE U.K. SWEDEN SWISS AUSTRIA DENMARK
TYPE #3 NUMERIC Param 02: 03: 04: 05: 06: 07: 09: 10: 11: 13: 15: 16: 17: 18: 19: 20: 21: 22: 23: 24: 25: 26: #5 TYPE NORWAY HOLLAND BELGIUM AUSTRALIA FINLAND N.Z. NORWAY HOLLAND BELGIUM AUSTRALIA FINLAND N.Z.
TYPE #3 NUMERIC Param 02: 03: 04: 05: 06: 07: 09: 10: 11: 13: 15: 16: 17: 18: 19: 20: 21: 22: 23: 24: 25: 26: #5 TYPE ITALY SPAIN PORTUGAL IRELAND ITALY SPAIN PORTUGAL IRELAND HONG KONG MALAYSIA

HONG KONG MALAYSIA

TYPE #3 NUMERIC Param 02: 03: 04: 05: 06: 07: 09: 10: 11: 13: 15: 16: 17: 18: 19: 20: 21: 22: 23: 24: 25: 26: #5 TYPE HUNGARY SAF CHINA GERMAN FRANCE SINGAPORE HUNGARY SAF CHINA GERMAN FRANCE SINGAPORE
TYPE #3 NUMERIC Param 02: 03: 04: 05: 06: 07: 09: 10: 11: 13: 15: 16: 17: 18: 19: 20: 21: 22: 23: 24: 25: 26: #5 TYPE CZECH SLOVENIA ASIA POLAND EUROPE2 CZECH SLOVENIA ASIA POLAND EUROPE2

6. TEST FUNCTIONS

6.1 User Test Print Functions
User enabled Test print functions are as follow.
6.1.1 Nozzle check pattern
If you find a nozzle pattern indistinct or partially missing when you conduct this test print, do the head cleaning. If the symptom is not solved even after the cleaning is done three times, do the head refreshing. If the head refreshing does not solve the symptom, replace the BJ cartridge or the ink cartridge. The method of printing a nozzle check pattern is to press the Menu button, select PRINTER SETTINGS using < / > keys, and press the OK button. Select CLEANING using < / > keys, and then press the OK button. Select NOZZLE CHECK using < / > keys, and then press the OK button.
Figure 4-22 Nozzle Check Pattern Print
6.2 Service Test Functions
The fax functions for testing individual operations, such as below. See Page 4-33 for details of entering the test mode. To leave the test mode, press the Stop/Reset button, and then ON/OFF button.

6.2.1 Test mode overview

Test mode can be executed by following the menu items from the display. a) DRAM tests Writes data to DRAM image storage areas and reads that data to check operations. b) CS test CS test is used to enter the contact sensor's shading data. c) Print test Prints nine different patterns within the print area. d) Modem, NCU tests The frequency test and the G3 signal transmission and CNG signal and DTMF signals reception tests. e) Faculty tests Test the operation of operation panel and sensor functions.

Check for any vertical or horizontal white stripes on the black squares. Also, check that all the squares have straight edges on all four sides.
Figure 4-26 Print Test Pattern Check
If the print test is normal, make a copy of a document. If the copy is faulty, the reading section is faulty.
Please do not select the following menus: 3-1: CLR PTN1 3-2: CLR PTN2 If a mistake is made and these menus are selected, the value of #7 PRINTER 5. INK ABS CAPA will be reset to 0%, so it will be necessary to re-register. Check the value of LostInkCount. printed on the top of each test pattern, and register this value in #7 PRINTER 5. INK ABS CAPA. If the absorption amount has been forgotten, replace the waste ink absorber and set to 0%
Figure 4-27 Print Pattern Sample 4-62
6.2.6 Modem and NCU tests
These tests test modem and NCU transmission and reception. The modem tests check whether signals are sent correctly from the modem by comparing the sound of the signals from the speaker with the sounds from a normal modem. Also, you check on the display whether or not the modem correctly detected received tone signals and DTMF signals. End this test by pressing the Stop/Reset button. Modem test type Frequency test G3 signal transmission test V34 signal transmission test Overview The modem sends tone signals from the modular jack and the speaker. The modem sends G3 signals from the modular jack and the speaker. The V.34 modem sends G3 signals from the modular jack and the speaker
a) Frequency test The frequency test menu is selected by pressing the 2 button from the MODEM NCU test menu. Signals of the frequencies below are sent from the modem using the modular jack and the speaker. The frequency can be changed with the numeric buttons. Numeric button 7 Frequency 462 Hz 1100 Hz 1300 Hz 1500 Hz 1650 Hz 1850 Hz 2100 Hz
The transmission levels for each frequency follow the service data transmission level settings.
b) G3 signal transmission test The G3 signal transmission test menu is selected by pressing the 4 button from the MODEM NCU test menu. The G3 signals below are sent from the modem using the modular jack and the speaker. The frequency can be changed with the numeric buttons. Numeric button 8 Frequency 300 bps 2400 bps 4800 bps 7200 bps 9600 bps TC7200 bps TC9600 bps 12000 bps 14400 bps
The transmission level for each frequency follows the service data.
c) V.34 G3 signal transmission test The V.34 G3 signal transmision test menu is selected by pressing the 8 key from the MODEM NCU test menu. The V.34 G3 signals below are sent from the modem using the modular jack and the speaker by pressing the Start key. The Baud rate can be changed with the numeric keys, and the Speed can be changed with the search keys. Numeric key Baud rate 3429 baud 3200 baud 3000 baud 2800 baud 2743 baud (Not used) 2400 baud

Search key

Speed 2400 bps2.4 kbps 4800 bps4.8 kbps 7200 bps7.2 kbps 9600 bps9.6 kbps 12000 bps12.0 kbps 14400 bps14.4 kbps 16800 bps16.8 kbps 19200 bps19.2 kbps 21600 bps21.6 kbps 24000 bps24.0 kbps 26400 bps26.4 kbps 28800 bps28.8 kbps 31200 bps31.2 kbps 33600 bps33.6 kbps

 

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