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Comments to date: 3. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
ciroredfox 7:11am on Friday, September 17th, 2010 
Great buy I wanted an affordable laser printer for home that was network ready & had built-in duplexing. This printer was the answer.
tsklyar 9:07am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010 
Solid Laser Printer. Does 16PPM, fast first page out, duplex-printing, and includes 10/100 for networking.
bdamm 9:55am on Friday, June 25th, 2010 
Amazing! This is simply the most superb value I have yet to encounter for home laser printers! Fantastic print quality. a happy printer user This printer is a great product. I bought this printer for my office and for home, and they have been running flawlessly so far.

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DISASSEMBLY AND RE-ASSEMBLY

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

To avoid creating secondary problems by mishandling, follow the warnings and precautions below during maintenance work.

WARNING

(1) Always turn off the power switch and unplug the power cord from the power outlet before accessing any parts inside the printer. (2) Some parts inside the printer are extremely hot immediately after the printer is used. When opening the front cover or rear cover to access any parts inside the printer, never touch the red colored parts shown in the following figures.

CAUTION:

(1) Be careful not to lose screws, washers, or other parts removed. (2) Be sure to apply grease to the gears and applicable positions specified in this chapter. (3) When using soldering irons or other heat-generating tools, take care not to accidentally damage parts such as wires, PCBs and covers. (4) Before handling any PCBs, touch a metal portion of the equipment to discharge any static electricity charge on your body, or the electronic parts or components may be damaged. (5) When transporting PCBs, be sure to wrap them in the correct protective packaging. (6) Be sure to replace self-tapping screws correctly, if removed. Unless otherwise specified, tighten screws to the following torque values. TAPTITE, BIND or CUP B M3: 70N ! cm M4: 80N ! cm TAPTITE, CUP S M3: 80N ! cm SCREW M3: 70N ! cm M4: 80N ! cm (7) When connecting or disconnecting cable connectors, hold the connector body, not the cables. If the connector has a lock, release the connector lock first to release it. (8) After a repair, check not only the repaired portion but also all connectors. Also check that other related portions are functioning properly before operational checks.

(5) Keeping the paper cassette upside down, release the pressure roller holder assembly from the cassette by releasing the metal mounting plate from the plastic retaining boss. Use a flat screwdriver to press the metal plate forwards until it clears the boss and then remove the pressure roller holder assembly downwards from the cassette. (6) Remove the cassette pressure roller from the assembly, then remove the pressure roller shaft from the pressure roller collar. (7) Remove the sponge holder ASSY from the holder. The two sponge holder springs will also come off.
Pressure roller shaft Sponge holder ASSY Pressure roller collar
Sponge holder springs Pressure roller holder
Flat screwdriver Pressure roller holder Fig. 4-7
(8) Keeping the paper cassette upside down, remove the two cup B M2.6x5 Taptite screws. (9) Unhook the catches of each side guide, then press the lock lever towards the front of the cassette to release the pressure plate.
Step (9) Side guide L Side guide rack Taptite, cup B M2.6x5 Taptite, cup B M2.6x5

(catches)

Lock lever Side guide L Paper cassette (Back side) Fig. 4-8 Side guide rack
(10) Turn the cassette the correct way up and slide the two paper guides to the center of the cassette. (11) Remove the side guides Right and Left from the paper cassette.

Side guide R

Side guide L

Fig. 4-9

(12) Unhook the two catches (A) of the pressure plate while pulling the plastic frame outwards, then unhook the other two catches (B) of the plate while pulling the plastic frame outwards to remove the pressure plate ASSY. (13) Unhook the pressure plate spring from the plastic hook to remove the two pressure plate springs.

Step (12)

(catches (A))
Pressure plate ASSY Paper cassette

(hook)

(catch (B)) Plastic frame Pressure plate spring Fig. 4-10

Step (13)

NOTE: When re-assembling the pressure plate ASSY, ensure that the paper indicator arm is under the pressure plate.
When unhooking the catches to remove the pressure plate, do not bend the pressure plate, gently ease the plastic cover. If the pressure plate is deformed, paper feeding problems may occur. (14) Remove the release lever extension spring. (15) Unhook the two catches and rotate the lock lever to remove it downwards from the cassette.
Release lever extension spring Paper cassette

Lock lever Fig. 4-11

NOTE: When re-assembling the lock lever, insert it upwards from underneath the cassette and rotate it until the two catches lock into place. (16) Slide the rear paper guide fully forwards in the cassette and remove it from the slot.

(1) Place the main frame on its base so that the rear side is facing you. (2) Disconnect the two connectors of the heater harness and release the harness from the hooks on the right side of the fixing unit. (3) Remove the shoulder screw and the cup S M3x8 Taptite screw securing the fixing unit. (4) Remove the fixing unit from the main frame.

Main frame Fixing unit

Heater harness

Taptite, cup S M 3x8

Thermistor connector Fig. 4-49
(5) Remove the three bind B tite 3x10 screws to remove the FU front paper guide from the fixing unit.

Fixing unit

FU front paper guide Fig. 4-50

Screw, bind B tite 3x10

(6) Remove the two cup B M3x20 Taptite screws from the top of the fixing unit frame. (7) Release the thermistor harness from the hooks.

Taptite, cup B M3x20

Thermistor harness

(hooks) Fig. 4-51

(8) Remove the FU frame upper from the FU frame lower by releasing hooks as shown in the figure below.
(hook) (hook) FU frame lower (hook)

FU frame upper

(hook) Fig. 4-52
(9) Remove the one pan B M3x10 Taptite screw securing the halogen lamp connector plate at the drive unit side of the FU frame upper and then loosen the cup M3x6 screw at the other side. (10) Disconnect the halogen lamp connector from the FU frame upper. (11) Lift the right hand end of the heat roller 25 and remove the halogen heater lamp from the heat roller 25.
Screw, cup M3x6 Heat roller 25 Halogen heater lamp Colored side 115V: Red 230V: Blue
Taptite, pan B M3x10 Halogen lamp connector plate

Heat roller 25

Halogen heater lamp

Fig. 4-53

NOTE: When re-assembling the halogen heater lamp, ensure that the direction of the halogen heater lamp is correct referring to the figure above.
Never touch the surface of the halogen heater lamp. When securing the screw to assemble the halogen lamp connector plate, ensure you use the plastic jig as shown in the figure below to avoid damaging the edge of the halogen heater lamp.
Halogen lamp connector plate Screw, cup M 3x6
Plastic jig Halogen heater lamp

Fig. 4-54

(12) Lift and remove the heat roller 25. The HR gear 34 will also come off. (13) Remove the HR bearing 25 from the left hand end of the heat roller 25. To remove the HR bearing 25 at the gear side, first remove the two washers, then remove the bearing.

Heat roller bearing 25

HR bearing 25 Heat roller 25 Washer
Washer Heat roller gear 34 Fig. 4-55
Never touch the surface of the heat roller.
NOTE: When re-assembling the heat roller 25 to the FU frame upper, place the two projections at the right hand side of the roller onto the bosses on the frame as shown in the figure below.

(19) Remove the bind B tite 3x10 screw to remove the eject sensor PCB ASSY. (20) Disconnect the connector for the thermistor relay PCB ASSY. (21) Remove the bind B tite 3x10 screw to remove the thermistor relay PCB ASSY from the FU frame lower.
Thermistor relay PCB ASSY

Eject sensor PCB ASSY

Screw, bind B tite 3x10 Fig. 4-60
(21) Release the paper eject actuator from the hook on the FU frame lower, and then slide the paper eject actuator to the right direction to remove the paper eject actuator and the eject actuator spring from the FU frame lower.

Paper eject actuator

Eject paper spring

Fig. 4-61

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. 4-62
(22) Release the thermistor harness from the hooks on the FU frame upper and then remove the one cup B M3x12 Taptite screw and remove the thermistor ASSY.

Thermistor ASSY

Taptite, cup B M3x12

(hook) Fig. 4-63

NOTE: When re-assembling the thermistor to the FU frame upper, ensure the direction of the thermistor is correct referring to the figure below;
FU frame upper Thermistor Thermistor

Fig. 4-64

(23) Remove the B 2.6x10 Taptite screw to remove the idle gear 13H. Hold slightly up the right end of the eject roller and then remove the left end of the roller from the hook first, then remove the eject roller from the FU frame upper. NOTE: When removing the left end of the eject roller, align the protrusion of the hook of the frame with the concave part of the roller, and then pull the roller through underneath the protrusion.

Eject roller

Idle gear 13H
Taptite, B 2.6x10 Concave part of the roller Fig. 4-65
(24) Remove the eject pinch roller F (8pcs.) with the eject pinch roller holder R (2pcs.) and the eject pinch roller holder L (2pcs.) from the FU frame upper, and then remove the eject pinch spring (4pcs.).
Eject pinch roller F with eject pinch roller holder R
Eject pinch roller F with eject pinch roller holder L

Eject pinch springs

Fig. 4-66
(25) Remove the four eject pinch roller F from the two eject pinch roller holder R and the four eject pinch roller F from the two eject pinch roller holder L.

Eject pinch roller F

Eject pinch roller holder R
Eject pinch roller holder L

Fig. 4-67

(26) Release the harness from the hooks on the FU frame upper. Turn the frame up-side down. Remove the cup B M3x6 Taptite screw to remove the pick off finger holder plate and then remove the pick off finger using a piece of tweezers.
Taptite,cup B M3x6 Pick off finger Pick off finger holder plate

Pick off finger

Tweezers

Fig. 4-68

Paper Pick-up Roller ASSY
NOTE: Be sure to remove all the covers before removing the paper pick-up roller ASSY. (1) Place the main frame upside down. (2) Remove the bearing R from the front chute ASSY. (3) Shift the paper pick-up roller ASSY with two roller collars to the left (the bearing R side) to release from the paper pick-up roller shaft. (4) Remove the paper pick-up roller ASSY and the roller collars from the front chute ASSY. (5) Remove the bearing L from the front chute ASSY.
Paper pick-up roller ASSY Roller collar Bearing L Roller collar

Bearing R

Main frame

Front chute ASSY

Bearing L Paper pick-up roller ASSY Bearing R Fig. 4-69

Feed MP Unit

(1) Turn the main frame the right way up. (2) Open the MP roller cover. (2) Remove the bearing R from the MP chute ASSY. (3) Shift the paper pick-up roller ASSY with two roller collars to the left (the bearing R side) to release from the MP paper pick-up roller shaft. (4) Remove the paper pick-up roller ASSY and the roller collars from the MP chute ASSY. (5) Remove the bearing L from the MP chute ASSY.
Paper pick-up roller ASSY Roller collar

Roller collar Bearing R

Bearing L

MP roller cover

MP chute ASSY
Paper pick-up roller Bearing R

Fig. 4-70

(6) Remove the separation plate ASSY. (7) Remove the two MP pressure spring 25. (8) Remove the two bind B tite 3x10 screws from the MP chute cover. (9) Release the two bosses at the both ends of the MP pressure plate ASSY using a flat screwdriver, and then remove it from the main frame.
MP pressure spring 25 Separation plate ASSY Screw, bind B tite 3x10
Screw, bind B tite 3x10 MP pressure spring 25
MP pressure plate ASSY MP chute cover (boss) Fig. 4-71

Drive Unit

(1) Place the printer body carefully on its left hand side so that the drive unit is at the top. (2) Remove the three cup S tite 3x6 screws securing the reversing drive frame unit. (3) Disconnect the harness connector and remove the bind M3x4 screw to remove the reversing switch solenoid from the reversing drive frame unit.

Printer body

Drive unit
Reversing drive frame unit Fig. 4-72
Reversing switch solenoid
Reversing drive frame unit
Screw, bind M3x4 Fig. 4-73
(4) Release the hook of the gear to remove the switch arm ASSY and then remove the T-belt by releasing the hook of the two gears.

Gear 72 MP

Conductor bearing 5 Conductor bearing H
Middle roller gear Conductor bearing 5

Conductor bearing H

(knob)

Fig. 4-81

Low-voltage Power Supply PCB ASSY
(1) Remove the eight cup S tite 3x6 screws and the pan M3.5x6 screw with washer and the lead wire FG, and then disconnect the engine PCB connector. (2) Remove the PS PCB ASSY from the main frame.
Main frame Screw, cup S tite 3x6 Screw, cup S tite 3x6 Screw, pan M3.5x6 with washer Lead wire FG
PS PCB Screw, cup S tite 3x6 PS PCB ASSY

Fig. 4-82

Main PCB ASSY
(1) Remove the two pan M3x6 screws and the six cup S tite 3x6 screws from the main PCB ASSY. (2) Disconnect the four connectors for the low-voltage power supply, engine PCB, the panel PCB and the scanner unit. (3) Remove the main PCB ASSY from the frame.
Main PCB ASSY Screw, pan M3x6

Screw, cup S tite M3x6

Screw, cup S tite M3x6 Main frame Fig. 4-83

Fan Motor / Fan Motor 60

NOTE: Be sure to disconnect the fan motor connector on the fan relay PCB before removing the fan motor and fan motor 60. (1) Release the two hooks and remove the fan motor from the fan duct by pulling slightly forward. (2) Remove the fan motor 60 from the main frame by pulling upward.

Fan motor

(hook) Fan duct (hook)

Fan motor 60 Fig. 4-84

NOTE: When re-assembling the fan motor and the fan motor 60, fit the both motors with the labeled surface facing the printer.

Base Plate

(1) Turn the main frame upside down. (2) Remove the five bind B M4x10 Taptie screws and four cup S tite 3x6 screws from the base plate. (3) Slide the base plate to the rear of the printer to remove it.
Taptite, bind B M4x10 Screw, cup S tite 3x6

Base plate

Fig. 4-85
Engine PCB ASSY / High-voltage Power Supply PCB ASSY
(1) Remove the two bind B M4x10 Taptite screws to remove the PCB insulation sheet.
Taptite, bind B M4x10 PCB insulation sheet

Fig. 4-86

(2) Remove the two bind B M4x10 Taptite screws, one from the high-voltage PS PCB ASSY and the other from the engine PCB ASSY. (3) Shift the engine PCB ASSY slightly and remove the central connector, which connects the engine PCB ASSY, and the high-voltage PS PCB ASSY. (4) Remove the high-voltage PS PCB ASSY first by lifting up straight upward. (5) Disconnect the 12 (twelve) connectors from the engine PCB to remove the engine PCB ASSY.

Screws

Engine PCB ASSY High-voltage PS PCB ASSY

Fig. 4-87

NOTE: When re-assembling the the engine PCB ASSY and the high-voltage PS PCB ASSY, fit the engine PCB ASSY on the frame, then connect the both PCB ASSY with each other by the central connector. And then fit the high-voltage PS PCB ASSY straight downward onto the frame. Fix the both PCB ASSY with the two screws.
CAUTION: Even if you want to remove only one of either the engine and high-voltage power supply PCBs, ensure you remove all screws securing both PCBs and disconnect the central connector while lifting both of them up. Failure to do so may damage the PCBs. When re-assembling the engine PCB, ensure it is aligned with the positioning boss first. Be careful the main motor harness is not caught between the engine PCB and the frame. When re-assembling the engine PCB or high-voltage PS PCB, ensure the central connector is connected correctly.

DX Sensor PCB ASSY

NOTE: Be sure to disconnect the DX sensor connector on the engine PCB before removing the DX sensor PCB ASSY. (1) Remove the two cup S tite 3x6 screws to remove the DX guide rail L with DX sensor PCB ASSY from the main frame.
DX sensor PCB ASSY Fig. 4-88
(2) Remove the bind B M3x8 Taptite screw to remove the DX sensor PCB ASSY from the DX guide rail L.

DX sensor PCB ASSY

Fig. 4-89
Toner Sensor PCB Unit (Light Reception)
NOTE: Be sure to disconnect the toner sensor (light reception) connector on the engine PCB before removing the toner sensor PCB ASSY (light reception). (1) Remove the harness from the hooks on the fan duct. (2) Release the three hooks, and then lift up slightly and slide the fan duct to remove it. (3) Remove the cup S tite 3x6 screw to remove the toner sensor PCB unit.
Toner Sensor PCB Unit (hook)

Toner Sensor PCB Unit

Screw, cup S tite 3x6 Fan duct

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Appendix 1. Connection Diagram, HL-1650/1670N
Appendix 2. Main PCB Circuit Diagram, HL-1650/1670N (1/6)

CODE NAME A-2

LJ8453001 B512078CIR (1/6)
Appendix 3. Main PCB Circuit Diagram, HL-1650/1670N (2/6)

CODE NAME A-3

LJ8453001 B512078CIR (2/6)

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Do not block the air exit on top of the printer. Do not place objects on top of the printer, especially on the air vent. Ventilate the room in which you use the printer. Do not place the printer where it is exposed to direct sunlight. Use a blind or a heavy curtain to protect the printer from direct sunlight if the printer is unavoidably set up near a window. Do not install the printer near devices that contain magnets or generate magnetic fields. Do not subject the printer to strong physical shocks or vibrations. Do not expose the printer to open flames or salty or corrosive gasses. Place the printer on a flat, horizontal surface. Keep the printer clean. Do not install the printer in a dusty place. Do not install the printer near an air conditioner. Do not place the printer where the air vent of the printer can be obstructed. Keep a gap of approximately 100 mm (4 inches) between the air vent and the wall.
What kind of paper can I use?

Print media and size

The Paper trays and LCD panel descriptions in this manual are named as shown below. Upper paper tray Multi-purpose tray Optional Lower tray Tray 1 MP tray Tray 2
The printer usually loads paper from the installed Multi-purpose tray, Upper paper tray or optional Lower paper tray. Click the check mark in the following table to see the detailed information for each selection.
Media type Plain paper Recycled paper Bond paper Thick paper Transparencies Tray 1 MP tray Tray 2 Duplex printing
Select the Media type from the printer driver Plain paper Plain paper Bond paper Thick paper or Thicker paper Transparencies

up to 10 sheets

Only A4, Letter

Plain paper

Envelopes Card stock
Envelopes Thick paper or Thicker paper
Upper paper tray (Tray 1) Paper size
A4, Letter, Legal, 8.5 x 13 in., B5 (JIS), B5 (ISO), Executive, A5, A6, B6
Multi-purpose tray (MP tray)
Width: 70 to 216 mm (215 to 8.5 in.) Length: 116 to 356 mm (4.57 to 14.0 in.) 100 sheets 2 (80 g/m or 21 lbs.) Legal : 30 8.5 x 13 in. : 30 labels : 10
Optional Lower tray unit (Tray 2)
A4, Letter, Legal, B5 (JIS), B5 (ISO), Executive, A5

Duplex printing

A4, Letter, Legal

Capacity

250 sheets 2 (80 g/m or 21 lbs.)
250 sheets (g/m or 21 lbs.)
We recommend the following print methods (output tray) for each paper media type:
Media type Face down Plain paper Thick paper Recycled paper Transparencies Label Envelopes Card stock

When you feed paper manually, note the following: If your application software supports a manual feed selection in the Print menu, you can select it in that software. The software command setting overrides the Control panels setting. You will not have to set MANUAL FEED and MP SIZE in PAPER mode. If you use pre-printed paper in the Multi-purpose tray, the paper should be inserted top edge first with the pre-printed side face up.
CHAPTER 2 DEIVER AND SOFTWARE
C H A PTER 2 DRIVER AND SOFTWARE

Printer Driver

A Printer Driver is software that translates data from the format used by a computer into the format required by a particular printer, which is typically done using a printer command language or page description language. The printer drivers for the following operating systems are on the supplied CD-ROM. The latest printer driver can also be downloaded from the Brother Solutions Center at http://solutions.brother.com.
For Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000. PCL (Hewlett-Packard Laserjet laser printer) driver BR-Script (PostScript Level3 language emulation) driver For Macintosh BR-Script (PostScript Level3 language emulation) driver (For more information, see the Network Users Guide on the CD-ROM.) USB printer driver for Macintosh
PCL driver Windows 95/98/Me Windows 2000 Windows NT4.0 Macintosh (via Network) Macintosh (via USB)

PS driver

If you want to print from a DOS application, please see Chapter 6 of this manual.
Features in the PCL printer driver (Windows users only)
For more detailed information, please see the on-line Help in the printer driver. You can also change settings by clicking the illustration on the left side of the tab screen.

Basic tab

Select the Paper size, Multi-page, Orientation etc. Select the Paper source etc.

Advanced tab

Change the tab settings by pressing these icons as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Print Quality Duplex Watermark Page Setting Device Options

Print Quality

Select the Resolution, Toner save and Print settings. You can change the resolution as follows: 300 dpi 600 dpi HQ1200: Brother HQ1200 technology provides the best print quality while printing at full engine speed. Toner Save You can save running costs by turning on the Toner Save mode, which reduces the printer density. With the Print setting set to MANUAL, you can change the Brightness, Contrast, Graphics mode settings and TrueType mode options manually.

Back switch

If you press the Back switch when the printer is in the on-line state (READY), it goes off-line and the LCD goes to the menu display.
Pressing the Back switch allows you to return to the previous level from the current menu level. The Back switch also allows you to select the previous digit while inputting numbers. When the leftmost digit is selected, the Back switch allows you to go up one level in the menu. When a menu or number without an asterisk (Set switch not pressed) is selected, the Back switch allows you to return to the previous menu level with the original setting unchanged.
When you press the Set switch to select a setting, an asterisk appears briefly at the end of the display. Since the asterisk indicates the selection, you can easily find the current settings as you scroll through the display.
The lamps light or blink to indicate the current printer status.

DATA - Orange LED

LED indication On Blinking Off
Meaning Data remains in the printer buffer. Receiving or processing data No remaining data

LCD display

The display shows the current printer status. When you use the control panel switches, the display will change. When you take the printer off-line, the display changes to show the selected emulation. If any problems occur, the display shows the corresponding operator call, error, or service call message to prompt you to take an action. For more information about these messages, see TROUBLESHOOTING in Chapter 6.

BACK LIGHTS

Off Green (General) The printer is in sleep status. Warming up Ready to print Printing A problem has occurred with the printer. Setting Menu Setting reprint times Pause
Red (Error) Orange (Setting)

Printer Status Messages

The following table shows the printer status messages that are displayed during normal operation: Printer Status Message READY PROCESSING SLEEP PRINTING SELF TEST PAUSE NOW INITIALIZING WARMING UP MEMORY SIZE=XX MB JOB CANCELLING RESOLUTION ADAPT PRESS SET TO PRINT RESET TO FACTORY SETTING Meaning

Ready to print.

Busy processing data. In sleep status (power save mode). Printing. Performing self-diagnostics. The printer has suspended feeding forms. Pressing the Go switch resumes form feed. The printer is setting up. The printer is warming up. This printer has XX MB memory. Cancelling the job. Printing with reduced resolution. Press the Set switch to start printing. The printer setting returns to the factory setting.
How to use the Control panel
When you operate the Menu switches (+&, Set, Back), remember the following basic steps:

AUTO WRAP=OFF

=OFF/ON Line feed and carriage return occur when the printer reaches the right margin.

AUTO SKIP=ON

=ON/OFF line feed and carriage return occur when the printer position reaches the bottom margin.

LEFT MARGIN

=#### Set the left margin at column 0 to 126 columns at 10 cpi.

RIGHT MARGIN

=#### Set the right margin at column 10 to 136 columns at 10 cpi.

TOP MARGIN

=#### Set the top margin at a distance from the top edge of the paper: 0, 0.33, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 Factory setting=0.5

BOTTOM MARGIN

=#### Set the bottom margin at a distance from the bottom edge of the paper: 0, 0.33, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 Factory setting: 0.33(None-HP), 0.5(HP)
=#### Set the number of lines per page from 5 to 128 lines.

EPSON FX-850

=I0000:????? =???.?? PC-8/ Set the symbol set or the character set. Print code table. =OFF/ON ON: CRCR+LF OFF: CRCR

AUTO MASK LEFT MARGIN

=OFF/ON =#### Set the left margin at column 0 to 126 columns at 10 cpi.
=#### Set the top margin a distance from the top edge of the paper: 0, 0.33, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 Factory setting=0.33
=#### Set the bottom margin a distance from the top edge of the paper: 0, 0.33, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 Factory setting=0.33

IBM PROPRINTER

=I0000:????? =???.?? PC-8/ Set the symbol set and the character set. Print code table. =OFF/ON ON: CRCR+LF, OFF: CRCR

AUTO CR=OFF LEFT MARGIN

BR-SCRIPT

ERROR PRINT APT

=OFF/ON =OFF/ON APT: Advanced Photoscale Technology offers photographic fine grayscale on graphics. APT setting is available only at 600 dpi.
Setting Menu Description Sub-Setting Menu Description
=ON/OFF ###.###.###.### ###.###.###.### ###.###.###.### =# =AUTO/STATIC/RARP/BOOTP/DHCP =ON/OFF =AUTO/8023/ENET/8022/SNAP

TCP/IP

TCP/IP ENABLE IP ADDRESS= SUBNET MASK= GATEWAY= IP BOOT TRIES IP METHOD NETWARE NETWARE ENABLE NET FRAME APPLETALK NETBEUI DLC/LLC BANYAN LAT NETBIOS/IP ENET
=ON/OFF =ON/OFF =ON/OFF =ON/OFF =ON/OFF =ON/OFF
=AUTO/100B-FD/100B-HD/10B-FD/10B-HD
= 1:5:99 (sec) You must set the timeout period for the auto interface selection.

AUTO IF TIME

INPUT BUFFER
= Level1:5:15 Increase or decrease the input buffer capacity.

RESTART PRINTER?

PARALLEL
When using the parallel interface

Sub-setting Menu

=ON/OFF Turns the high speed parallel communications ON/OFF.

HIGH SPEED

BI-DIR=ON/OFF

EPSON FX-850 and IBM Proprinter XL Mode
The EPSON FX-850 and IBM Proprinter XL modes are the emulation modes that this printer emulates to meet the industry-standard for dot matrix printers of their respective manufacturers. Some applications support these dot matrix printer emulations. Use these emulation modes for optimum performance when printing from those types of applications.

List of Factory settings

The following table shows the initial factory default settings.
The settings are subject to the emulation mode. Effective modes are indicated in parentheses in the following table. The following settings cannot be restored to the factory settings with the RESET menu in the FACTORY SETTINGS mode: INTERFACE MODE, HRC SETTING, PAGE PROTECTION, SCALABLE FONT, LOCK PANEL, PAGE COUNTER and local language for display messages. The COPY setting is always restored to the factory setting when the printer is turned off and on again. It is not possible to reset NETWORK setting on the Control panel. If you wish to reset the print server back to its default factory settings (resetting all information such as the password and IP address information) hold down the Network Test Button of the Network board (NC-4100h) for more than 5 seconds.

Factory Setting

=AUTO =OFF =A4/LTR =OFF =OFF =600 =MEDIUM =OFF =0 =ENGLISH =0 =5 MIN. =OFF =OFF =ON =AUTO (EPSON) =OFF
SOURCE MP FIRST MP SIZE= MANUAL FEED DUPLEX
RESOLUTION HRC TONER SAVE DENSITY
LANGUAGE LCD DENSITY POWER SAVE TIME AUTO CONTINUE LOCK PANEL REPRINT EMULATION KEEP PCL
=PLAIN PAPER =A4/LETTER =1 =PORTRAIT X OFFSET=0 Y OFFSET=0
MEDIA TYPE PAPER COPIES ORIENTATION PRINT POSITION
AUTO FF TIME FF SUPPRESS HP LASER JET
=5 =OFF FONT NO.=59 FONT PITCH/POINT=10.00/12.00 SYMBOL/CHARACTER SET=PC8 AUTO LF=OFF AUTO CR=OFF AUTO WRAP=OFF AUTO SKI=ON LEFT MARGIN=#### RIGHT MARGIN=#### TOP MARGIN=#### BOTTOM MARGIN=#### LINES=####
FONT NO.=59 FONT PITCH/POINT=10.00/12.00 SYMBOL/CHARACTER SET=US ASCII AUTO LF=OFF AUTO MASK=OFF LEFT MARGIN=#### RIGHT MARGIN=#### TOP MARGIN=#### BOTTOM MARGIN=#### LINES=####
FONT NO.=59 FONT PITCH/POINT=10.00/12.00 SYMBOL/CHARACTER SET=PC8 AUTO LF=OFF AUTO CR=OFF LEFT MARGIN=#### RIGHT MARGIN=#### TOP MARGIN=#### BOTTOM MARGIN=#### LINES=####

ERROR PRINT=OFF APT=OFF

TCP/IP ENABLE=ON IP METHOD=AUTO IP ADDRESS=192.0.0.192 SUBNET MASK=0.0.0.0 GATEWAY=0.0.0.0 IP BOOT TRIES=3 IP METHOD=AUTO

See Replacing the Drum unit in this chapter
Periodic maintenance parts
You need to replace the maintenance parts periodically to maintain print quality. When it is time to replace parts, the following messages will appear on the LCD.
REPLACE FUSER See Maintenance messages in this chapter.
REPLACE PF KIT See Maintenance messages in this chapter.
REPLACE LASER See Maintenance messages in this chapter.

Toner cartridge

A new toner cartridge contains enough toner to print approximately 6,500 A4/Letter-size single-sided pages at about 5% coverage (if the print density is set at level 0).
Toner consumption varies according to the image coverage on the page and the print density setting. The greater the image coverage, the greater the toner consumption. If you change the print density setting for lighter or darker printing, toner consumption varies accordingly. Wait to unpack the toner cartridge until immediately before you install it in the printer.

TONER LOW message

(appears at intervals) TONER LOW If the LCD shows this message, the toner cartridge has nearly run out of toner. Purchase a new toner cartridge and have it ready before you get a TONER EMPTY message. To replace the toner cartridge, refer to Replacing the Toner Cartridge in this chapter.

TONER EMPTY message

Check printed pages, page counter, and display messages routinely. If the display shows the following message, the printer has run out of toner or the toner is not evenly distributed inside the cartridge.

TONER EMPTY

Replacing the Toner cartridge
To ensure optimum print quality, be sure to use quality toner cartridges. To obtain toner cartridges, consult the dealer where you purchased the printer.
Press the Cover release button and then open the Front cover.

Fig. 5-1

Pull out the Drum unit assembly.

Fig. 5-2

We recommend that you place the Drum unit assembly on a piece of disposable paper or cloth in case you accidentally spill or scatter toner. To prevent damage to the printer from static electricity, do not touch the electrodes shown below.
Press the Lock lever down, and then pull the Toner cartridge out of the Drum unit assembly.

Fig. 5-3

Handle the toner cartridge carefully. If toner scatters on your hands or clothes, immediately wipe or wash it off with cold water.
Note Be sure to seal the toner cartridge tightly so that toner powder does not spill out of the cartridge. Dispose of the used toner cartridge in accordance with local plastic waste regulations.
Unpack the new Toner cartridge. Keeping the cartridge horizontal, gently rock it from side to side five or six times.

Fig. 5-4

Pull the jammed paper out of the printer.

Fig. 6-2

Install the paper cassette into the printer.
Caution Do not pull out the standard Paper cassette while paper is being fed from the optional Lower paper cassette because it will cause a paper jam.
Follow the instructions below to clear the paper jam:
Pull the Lower paper cassette completely out of the printer.

Fig. 6-3

Using both hands, pull the jammed paper out of the printer.

Fig. 6-4

Install the Lower paper cassette into the printer.
JAM MP TRAY Follow the instructions below to clear a paper jam:
Remove the jammed paper from the Multi-purpose tray.

Fig. 6-5

Reset all the paper into the Multi-purpose tray correctly.

Fig. 6-6

JAM INSIDE
JAM INSIDE Follow the instructions below to clear the paper jam:

Fig. 6-7

Pull the Drum unit assembly out of the printer. Pull the Paper cassette completely out of the printer.
Pull the jammed paper up and out of the printer.

Fig. 6-8

Warning The fixing roller is extremely hot during operation. Remove the paper carefully.
Caution After having removed the jammed paper, if the printed page has a stain, print several pages before restarting your print job. Remove the jammed paper carefully so you dont spread toner. Take care not to stain your hands and clothes with toner. Immediately wash toner stains with cold water. Never touch the transfer roller.
Install the Drum unit assembly and Paper cassette into the printer. Close the Front cover.

Fig. 6-9

Fig. 6-10

Fig. 6-11

We recommend that you put the Drum unit assembly on a piece of disposable paper or cloth so you dont accidentally spill or scatter toner. To prevent damage to the printer caused by static electricity, do not touch the electrodes shown below.

Fig. 6-12

If the paper jam can be cleared, go to Step 7.

Fig. 6-13

After you have just used the printer, some internal parts of the printer are extremely hot! Wait for the printer to cool down before you touch the internal parts of the printer.
Open the Jam clear cover. Pull the jammed paper out of the fuser unit. Jam clear cover

Fig. 6-14

Close the Jam clear cover. Close the Face up output tray.

Fig. 6-15

Install the Drum unit assembly into the printer.

Fig. 6-16

Fig. 6-17
Pull the jammed paper out of the fuser unit.

Fig. 6-18

Close the Face up output tray.

Fig. 6-19

If the paper jam cannot be cleared, go to the next step.
Pull the Duplex tray and Paper cassette out of the printer.

Fig. 6-20

Fig. 6-21
Install the Duplex tray and Paper cassette into the printer.

All black

If the problem is not solved after printing a few pages, the drum unit may have glue from label stock on the OPC drum surface. Clean the drum unit as follows: 1. Position the print sample in front of the drum unit, and find the exact position of the image defect.
94 mm (3.7 in.) 94 mm (3.7 in.)

White Spots

Printed pages have white spots in black text and graphics at intervals of 94 mm (3.7 in.).

Fig. 6-31

Black Spots
Printed pages have black spots at intervals of 94 mm (3.7 in.).
2. Turn the drum unit gear by hand while looking at the surface of the OPC drum.

Fig. 6-32

3. When you have located the mark on the drum that matches the print sample, wipe the surface of the OPC drum with a cotton swab until the dust or paper powder on the surface comes off.

Fig. 6-33

Do not try to clean the surface of the photosensitive drum with anything sharp, such as ball-point pen, etc.
The Toner cartridge may be damaged. Install a new Toner cartridge. See Replacing the Toner cartridge in Chapter 5.
The Toner cartridge may be damaged. Install a new Toner cartridge. See "Replacing the Toner cartridge" in Chapter 5. Make sure you use paper that meets specifications. See What kind of paper can I use? in Chapter 1.
Black Horizontal repetitive defects
Note If you use label sheets for laser printers, the glue from the sheets may sometimes stick to the OPC drum surface. Clean the drum unit. See the previous page. Do not use paper that has clips or staples because they will scratch the surface of the drum. If the unpacked drum unit is subject to excessive direct sunlight or room light, the unit may be damaged. Make sure you use paper that meets the specifications. Rough surfaced paper or thick media can cause the problem. See What kind of paper can I use in Chapter 1. Make sure you select the appropriate media type in the printer driver. The problem may disappear by itself. Try printing multiple pages to clear this problem especially if the printer has not been used for a long time. The Toner cartridge may be damaged. Install a new Toner cartridge. See "Replacing the Toner cartridge" in Chapter 5. The drum unit may be damaged. Install a new Drum unit. See "Replacing the Drum unit" in Chapter 5.

Appendix1

CONTROLLER Processor Memory

Standard Option

Interface

Standard

Fujitsu MB86834 100MHz HL-1650 8MB HL-1670N 16MB HL-DIMM (100pin) slot (16, 32, 64, 128MB) ; expandable up to 136MB HL-1670N 1 DIMM (100pin) slot (16, 32, 64, 128MB) ; expandable up to 144MB HL-1650 IEEE 1284 Parallel, USB, HL-1670N IEEE 1284 Parallel, USB, 10/100 Base TX (NC-4100h) HL-1650 10/100 Base TX (NC-4100h), IrDA (IR-1000) HL-1670N IrDA (IR-1000) 10/100 Base TX (option for HL1650, standard for HL-1670N) TCP/IP EtherTalk, IPX/SPX, , DEC LAT, Banyan VINES, NetBEUI, DLC/LLC BRAdmin Professional*6 Web Based Management*7 PCL6, BR-Script 3*8, IBM Proprinter XL, Epson FX-scalable fonts, 12 bitmap fonts, 11 bar codes*fonts 136 Agfa PS3 fonts*10

Option

Network Connectivity Interface Protocol
Management tool Emulation Resident Fonts PCL BR-Script 3*8 Option

Appendix2

SOFTWARE Printer Driver
PCL Driver for Windows 95 / 98 / Me,
Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 BR-Script 3*8 (PPD file for Windows 95 / 98 / Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows *and Macintosh )

Utility Software

Special Driver for Macintosh*12 Automatic E-mail Printing*13 Internet Print software*14 Storage Manager*15 LCD LED 7 Keys 1 line,16 Digits, 3 colors 1 LED Go, Job Cancel, Reprint, Menu, Back, and 2 scroll switches
CONTROL PANEL Display Switches
PRINTER DRIVER FUNCTIONS*15 Page Layout
N-up Printing Poster Printing Watermark Printing
2, 4, 9, 16, 25 in 1 page 1 in 4, 9, 16, 25 Yes Quick Print Setup*16
Others SUPPLIES Toner Drum DIMENSIONS / WEIGHTS Dimensions Weights HL-1650 HL-1670N
6,500 A4/LTR pages @5% coverage 20,000 A4/LTR pages (1 page / job)
16.0" (W) x 16.7" (D) x 10.8"(H) (406 x 424 x 275 mm) Approx. 14.5 kg (32.0 lbs.) including the drum unit and toner cartridge Approx. 14.7 kg (32.4 lbs.) including the drum unit and toner cartridge

Appendix3

OTHERS Power Consumption

Noise Level Ecology

Printing Standby Sleep Printing Standby Power Saving Toner Saving
Less than 360 W Less than 80 W Less than 12 W Less than 53 dB Less than 30 dB Yes Yes
*1 *2 *3 *4 *5 *6 *7 *8 *9 *10 *11 *12 *13 *14 *15 *16
23C (73.4F) From standard Paper cassette Brother HQ1200 technology provides the best print quality while printing at full engine speed. High Resolution Control Advanced Photoscale Technology Original Windows utility for print server management Printer and print server management through Web browser PostScript 3 language emulation Code39, Interleaved 2 of 5, EAN-8, EAN-13, UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-128, Codabar, FIM(US-PostNet), ISBN, Code128 Total number of PS3 fonts is 165 (136 Agfa fonts + 29 original fonts) EtherTalk only Mac OS8 or later and USB interface required Utility software that automatically prints specified e-mail message at prescheduled time. (For Windows 95 / 98 / Me) Utility software to print on this printer from a remote computer via the internet. (For Windows 95 / 98 / Me, NT 4.0 / 2000) Utility software to manage fonts and macros (electronic forms) stored in the printer memory. (For Windows 95 / 98 / Me, NT 4.0 / 2000) A printer driver function that enables you to change the driver settings without opening the Property dialog.

Moisture content

Moisture content is the amount of water left in the paper after manufacture. It is one of the important characteristics of the paper. This can change greatly depending on the storage environment, although usually paper contains around 5% water by weight. Because paper often absorbs water, the amount of water can sometimes be about 10% in a high humidity environment. When the amount of water increases, the characteristic of the paper changes greatly. The fixing of the toner may become worse. For storage of the paper and during use, we recommend the humidity of the surrounding environment is between 50 % and 60%.
Rough estimate of basis weight g/mBond 53 Lbs Index

90 110

Appendix9
Paper size Letter Folio Legal Executive A4 A5 A6 B5 (JIS) B6 (JIS) B5 (ISO) Envelope Monarch Envelope #9 Envelope #10 Envelope #11 Envelope DL Envelope C5 Envelope C6 Envelope B5 Envelope B6 8.5 x 11 in. 8.5 x 13 in. 8.5 x 14 in. 7.25 x 10.5 in. 210 x 297 mm 148 x 210 mm 105 x 148 mm 182 x 257 mm 128 x 182 mm 201 x 276 mm 3.875 x 7.5 in. 3.875 x 8.9 in. 4.12 x 9.5 in. 4.5 x 10.375 in. 110 x 220 mm 162 x 229 mm 114 x 162 mm 176 x 250 mm 176 x 125 mm

Appendix10

Emulation modes
This printer has the following emulation modes:

HP LaserJet mode

This printer uses the HP LaserJet mode (or HP mode) that emulates the Hewlett-Packard LaserJet laser printer. Since many application software packages support the HP LaserJet printer, your printer will operate at its optimum performance in this mode.

BR-Script 3 mode

BR-Script is an original page description language and is a PostScript language emulation interpreter. This printer supports level 3. This BR-Script interpreter enables full and satisfactory control of text and graphics on the pages. Average users will not need extensive knowledge of the PostScript language. However, if you want to obtain technical information about PostScript commands, see the following commercial manuals:

Appendix11

EPSON FX-850 and IBM Proprinter XL mode
The EPSON FX-850 and IBM Proprinter XL modes are the emulation modes this printer uses to emulate the industry-standard dot matrix printers of their respective manufacturer. Since most applications support these printers, you do not have to be concerned about compatibility.

Appendix12

Resident fonts
75 Scalable and 12 Bitmapped fonts
This printer has the following scalable fonts and bitmapped fonts. The fonts that can be used will vary according to the current emulation mode.

The colours of the wiring in the power lead of this printer may not correspond with the markings which identify the terminals in your plug. If you need to fit a different plug, proceed as follows. Remove a length of the cord outer sheath, taking care not to damage the coloured insulation of the wires inside. Cut each of the three wires to the appropriate length. If the construction of the plug permits, leave the green and yellow wire longer than the others so that, in the event that the cord is pulled out of the plug, the green and yellow wire will be the last to disconnect. Remove a short section of the coloured insulation to expose the wires. The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the earth symbol or coloured green or green and yellow.

Appendix30

The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black or blue. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red or brown. The outer sheath of the cord must be secured inside the plug. The coloured wires should not hang out of the plug.

Appendix31

switch 3-2, 3-11

+ switch 3-2, 3-11

face up output tray face up printing face up tray extension factory reset factory setting fixing unit front cover
1-9, 1-37 1-37 1-9 3-32 2-26, 3-36 5-25 1-8

Go switch 3-2, 3-3

AC power cord AC power inlet accessory Apple LaserWriter automatic e-mail printing automatic emulation selection automatic interface selection 1-1 1-9 2-9, 5-1 2-20 2-16 2-23 2-25
HP-LaserJet mode HQ1200 3-34, Appendix-11 2-5
IBM PROPRINTER IBM Proprinter XL mode information mode interface cover interface mode IP address 3-28 3-35, Appendix-12 3-21 1-9 3-31 3-33
back light Back switch bitmapped font bonus software BRAdmin professional BR-SCRIPT BR-Script 3 BR-Script 3 mode 3-16 3-2, 3-13 Appendix-13 2-16 2-17 3-29 2-1 3-34, Appendix-11

Job Cancel switch 3-2, 3-4
carton CD-ROM character sets components consumables control panel corona wire cover release button 1-1 1-1, 1-3 Appendix-18, Appendix-16 1-1 5-1 1-8 5-11 1-8 labels LCD LCD display LED lower tray unit LT-500
1-31 3-15, 6-1 3-15 3-14 4-2 4-2
Macintosh maintenance message manual feed memory multi-purpose tray Multi-purpose tray multi-purpose tray extension 2-20 6-3 1-42 4-10 1-8, 1-21, 1-27 1-8
data lamp Device Options document drum unit Drum unit drum unit assembly duplex duplex printing duplex tray 3-14 2-7 1-1 5-1, 5-12 1-1 2-5 1-39 1-9
NC-4100h Network Network board network mode 4-5 2-17, 3-40 4-5 3-30
emulation mode envelopes environment EPSON FX-850 EPSON FX-850 mode error messages extension flap 3-34, Appendix-11 1-25 1-11 3-27 3-35, Appendix-12 6-1 1-8

options 4-1

panel setting paper paper adjustment lever for duplex printing 3-20 3-37 1-9
face down output tray 1-8

Index -1

paper cassette paper feeding kit paper jam parallel cable parallel interface connector PCB access plate PCL6 power supply power switch PPD primary corona wire print media print menu print menu mode print quality printable area printer driver printer status message
1-1, 1-8, 1-17 5-25 6-6 1-2 1-9 1-9 2-1 1-10 1-9 2-20, 2-21 5-23 1-12, Appendix-5 3-38 3-24 2-5 1-16 2-1, 2-3, 2-11 3-17

reset printer

scalable font scanner unit scanner window secure data service call message Set switch setup Storage Manager switch symbol set Appendix-13 5-25 5-20 3-8 6-4 3-2, 3-12 3-37 2-17 3-2 Appendix-16, Appendix-18
TCP/IP toner cartridge TONER LOW transparencies 3-30 5-1, 5-3 5-4 1-31

quality 3-37

RAM REPLACE FUSER REPLACE LASER REPLACE PF KIT1 REPLACE PF KIT2 reprint Reprint switch reset menu mode 4-9 5-25 5-25 5-25 5-25 2-8, 2-15, 3-5, 3-6 3-2, 3-5 3-32 universal guide USB connector

1-18 1-9

watermark 2-6

Index -2

 

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