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Caution NO LIABILITY IS ASSUMED FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY IMPROPER INSTALLATION. SOFTWARE USED WITH THIS PRINTER MUST SUPPORT THE PRINTERS EMULATION MODE. The printer is factory -set to emulate the HP LaserJet 4 Plus. The emulation mode can be changed by following the procedures described in Chapter 2 (on CD-ROM). Notice on Software SOFTWARE USED WITH THIS PRINTER MUST SUPPORT THE PRINTERS NATIVE MODE OR ONE OF ITS EMULATION MODES. Notice The information in this manual is subject to change without notification. Additional pages may be inserted in future editions. The user is asked to excuse any technical inaccuracies or typographical errors in the present edition. No responsibility is assumed if accidents occur while the user is following the instructions in this manual. No responsibility is assumed for defects in the printers firmware (contents of its read-only memory). This manual, any copyrightable subject matter sold or provided with or in connection with the sale of the page printer, are protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. Copying or other reproduction of all or part of this manual, any copyrightable subject matter without the prior written consent of Kyocera Corporation is prohibited. Any copies made of all or part of this manual, any copyrightable subject must contain the same copyright notice as the material from which the copying is done. Regarding Tradenames PRESCRIBE is a registered trademark of Kyocera Corporation. PRESCRIBE II, KPDL, and KIR (Kyocera Image Refinement) are trademarks of Kyocera Corporation. Diablo 630 is a product of Xerox Corporation. IBM Proprinter X24E is a product of International Business Machines Corporation. Epson LQ-850 is a product of Seiko Epson Corporation. HP LaserJet 4 Plus is a product of Hewlett-Packard Company. Hewlett-Packard, PCL, and PJL are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Company. Centronics is a trade name of Centronics Data Computer Corp. PostScript is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple computer, Inc. AppleTalk is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Microsoft, Windows, and MS-DOS are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Adobe and Acrobat are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated which may be registered in certain jurisdictions. This Kyocera page printer uses PeerlessPrint5 to provide the HP LaserJet compatible PCL5 language emulation. PeerlessPrint5 is a trademark of The Peerless Group, Redondo Beach, CA 90278, U.S.A. This Kyocera printer uses STAC LZS to provide the compression technology. STAC LZS is a product of Stac Electronics.
Copyright 1996 by Kyocera Corporation. All rights reserved, Revision 1.1., December 1996
Typeface Trademark Acknowledgement All resident fonts in this printer are licensed from Bitstream Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Dutch801, Swiss742, Incised901, ZapfCalligraphic801, ZapfHumanist601, OriginalGaramond, and Chianti are trademarks of Bitstream Inc. Centutry Schoolbook, Stymie, and Cooper-Black are trademarks of Kingsley-ATF Type Corporation. ITC ZapfDingbats, ITC Souvenir, ITC Benguiat, and ITC Bookman are registered trademarks of International Typeface Corporation. Revue is a trademark of Esselte Pendaflex Corporation in the U.S., Letraset Canada Ltd. in Canada, and Esselte Letraset Ltd. elsewhere. Bitstream Sublicense Agreement FONTWARE/TrueDoc developed by BITSTREAM INC. is provided as part of this Printer by KYOCERA CORPORATION under license. KYOCERA, as a Licensee of BITSTREAM, grants you, the Sublicensee, non-exclusive right to use FONTWARE/TrueDoc installed in this Printer, if you agree to and at all times comply with the following items: 1. Ownership As the Sublicensee, you own the Printer in which FONTWARE/TrueDoc is originally installed, but BITSTREAM retains title to and ownership in the software program of FONTWARE/TrueDoc. The Sublicense is not a sale of the original software program of FONTWARE/TrueDoc or any portion or copy of it. 2. Copy Restrictions FONTWARE/TrueDoc is copyrighted. Unauthorized copying of FONTWARE/TrueDoc even if modified, merged, or included with other software, is expressly forbidden. You may be held legally responsible for any copyright infringement. 3. Unauthorized Use FONTWARE/TrueDoc may not be removed, disclosed and transferred to any third party for any length of time without the prior written consent of KYOCERA or BITSTREAM. Also, you may not modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, or create derivative works based on FONTWARE/TrueDoc. 4. Term This agreement should remain in full force and effect forever thereby allowing the Sublicensee to use the FONTWARE/TrueDoc forever unless the Sublicensee violates the terms of paragraphs 2. or 3. above. In the event of such violation, this agreement will terminate automatically without notice from KYOCERA. Upon termination, you should destroy FONTWARE/TrueDoc and all copies of them, in part and in whole, including modified copies, if any.
Use shielded interface cable.
Laser safety This printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation. Since radiation emitted inside the printer is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the printer during any phase of user operation.
Laser notice This printer is certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR Subchapter for Class I (1) laser products, and elsewhere is certified as a Class I laser product conforming to the requirements of IEC 825. Caution Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
(European/Asian countries) (U.S.A./Canada)
The Center of Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products manufactured after August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. A label indicating compliance with the CDRH regulations must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States.
The printers generate ozone gas (O3 ) which may concentrate in the place of installation and cause an unpleasant smell. To minimize concentration of ozone gas to less than 0.1 ppm, we recommend you not to install the printer in a confined area where ventilation is blocked.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read all of these instructions and save these instructions for later use. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use this product near water. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back are provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided. This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding-type plug. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where persons will walk on the cord. If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total of the ampere ratings on the products plugged into the extension cord do not exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
The basic objective of the ENERGY STAR Program is to reduce environmental pollution by encouraging the manufacture and sale of equipment that uses energy more efficiently. This printer is equipped with a sleep timer function that conforms with the standards of the ENERGY STAR Program. This function makes it possible to reduce the amount of electrical power consumed by the printer. For maximum power savings, turn off the printers power supply when not using the printer for extended periods of time. For details on the sleep timer function and printer power consumption, refer to the instruction manual provided with the printer. Initial settings of the sleep timer function and power saved using the sleep timer function:
Initial sleep mode setting FS-1700 FS-minutes (30 minutes) 30 minutes (60 minutes) ( Power consumption in sleep mode 19 W (30 W) 20 W (45 W)
): ENERGY STAR program guideline
This product has been expressly developed and produced in the interest of protecting the environment over its entire product life and beyond. Through the use of a new amorphous silicon drum and developer Kyocera has created a revolutionary printing system that does not require the wasteful replacement and disposal of a cartridge.
The Kyocera laser printer has many extremely desirable features. It was designed to make a contribution to a cleaner environment as well as to represent the latest generation of page printer technology.
Compact designThanks to the inboard paper cassette configuration, the printer requires no more space than the average computer. Ultra long life modulesThe main modules for developing image and printing, such as the drum, developer, and the fuser, are specifically designed for extraordinarily long life and need no periodic replacement. The drum is made of amorphous silicon which is environmentally benign and is designed as a permanent component in the printer. The only maintenance regularly needed is to replenish the toner supply in the developer approximately every 10,000 pages and to clean some parts inside the printer. Amorphous silicon drumKyoceras own unique ceramics technology has led to the development of an extremely hard and durable drum with extraordinarily long service life. Also, the drum has several excellent photoconductive properties, such as stability and reliability in varying temperatures, resistance to heat and solvent, etc., thus providing superb high resolution printing.
Total printer memory required 2 MB 3 MB 4 MB 5 MB 6 MB 7 MB 8 MB 10 MB 11 MB 12 MB 14 MB 18 MB 19 MB 20 MB 22 MB 26 MB 34 MB 35 MB 36 MB 38 MB 42 MB 50 MB 66 MB Type and number of SIMMs (Factory default) 1 MB SIMM x MB SIMM x 2 or 2 MB SIMM x MB SIMM and 2 MB SIMM 4 MB SIMM x 1 or 2MB SIMM x MB SIMM and 4 MB SIMM 2 MB SIMM and 4 MB SIMM 4 MB SIMM x 2 or 8 MB SIMM x MB SIMM and 8 MB SIMM 2 MB SIMM and 8 MB SIMM 4 MB SIMM and 8 MB SIMM 16 MB SIMM x 1 or 8 MB SIMM x MB SIMM and 16 MB SIMM 2 MB SIMM and 16 MB SIMM 4 MB SIMM and 16 MB SIMM 8 MB SIMM and 16 MB SIMM 32 MB SIMM x 1 or 16 MB SIMM x MB SIMM and 32 MB SIMM 2 MB SIMM and 32 MB SIMM 4 MB SIMM and 32 MB SIMM 8 MB SIMM and 32 MB SIMM 16 MB SIMM and 32 MB SIMM 32 MB SIMM x 2
Installing and Removing SIMMs
Installing SIMMs Insert the SIMM into the socket as shown right. 1. 2. Insert the connector end of the SIMM into the socket. Carefully push the board upright until it snaps into place. Make sure that the catches at the ends of the socket fit into the holes at the ends of the SIMM board.
SIMM Catch Socket
Removing SIMMs To remove a SIMM, carefully pull the end catches slightly outwards and tilt the SIMM as shown, then pull the SIMM out of the socket. Reverse the procedure under Withdrawing the Main Circuit Board from the Printer to put the main circuit board back into the printer.
Testing the Expansion Memory
After you have finished installing SIMMs in the printer, test the printer to see if the installation has been successful. To test the expansion memory, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. Make sure the power switch is off. Plug the power cord into the printer and turn power on. When the printer is on-line, press the STATUS key. If the installation has been successful, the Total memory (Memory Allocation) of the status page will show the expanded memory size corresponding to the amount of memory added. (The factory installed memory size is 2 MB.)
2.2. Operating Procedures
The FEED key selects the paper feed cassette [Cassette ] or multi -purpose tray [MP tray ] (or the option paper feeder[s], if installed) as the paper source. The FEED key can be used whenever the message display indicates Ready or Add paper. Press the FEED key. The selection cycles and is momentarily displayed in the message display as:
Cassette MP tray
The current selection is indicated by a green light on the printer symbol above the key.
By pressing the ON LINE key you can change the printer between the on-line state, in which it prints the data it receives from the computer, and the off-line state, in which it stores the data for printing later. 1. 2. Make sure that the message display indicates Ready. Press the ON LINE key.
If the printer is on-line, it changes to off-line. If the printer is off-line, it changes back to on -line. The ON LINE indicator lights when the printer is on-line. Going off-line may or may not halt communication between the printer and computer, depending on details of the current interface. While off-line, the printer continues to accept any data that arrives until the current interface buffer is full, at which point it instructs the computer to stop sending data. Data stored while off-line are printed when the printer is returned to the on-line state.
Abandoning a Printing Job
You can abandon a printing job before it is completed. If the printer is simultaneously receiving data on more than one interface, you can selectively cancel the printing job on a particular interface. This procedure can be used while the message display indicates Processing or Waiting.
Halt the printing program on the computer. The printer continues to print the data it has already received. It is a good idea to set the printer to off-line first. Press the CANCEL key. The message display indicates Print Cancel ? and also the interface from which data is arriving, by the one of the following messages:
Parallel Serial Option
Press the ENTER key. This clears the printing job on the interface indicated on the message display. If the printer is receiving data simultaneously on its interfaces, you must be sure which interface the job you wish to abandon is on. With Print Cancel indicated on the message display, press the + key repeatedly until the interface is displayed on the message display. Then, press the ENTER key to abandon the job. When a few pages have been printed out, the printer stops, ready to begin the next job. If you donot stop the computer program first, after the printer executes the printing halt, it immediately starts printing again as it continues to receive data from the computer.
If you want to check the printers current status, including memory available, and option settings, you can find the information you need on the status page. To print out a status page, the printer must be on-line. Proceed as follows: 1. 2. Make sure the message display indicates Ready. Press the STATUS key. The printer prints a page of status information.
The message display indicates Processing during printing of the status page, then returns to Ready. For a full description of the status page, see next page.
Items and values on the status page may vary depending on the printer model and printers firmware version.
Option interface information (if installed)
Sample Status Page
1 Firmware version information The printers firmware version number and release date. 2 Current status information This information gives the printers temporary settings which are made by application or PRESCRIBE II commands or software. Note that this information pertains to the current interface only. Emulation type is indicated by the one of the following numbers. 0-Line printer 1-IBM Proprinter X24E 2-Diablo 630 5-Epson LQ-850 6-HP LaserJet 4 Plus 3 Interface-dependent parameters By default, each one column for the serial and parallel interfaces appears on the status page and any changes in the settings affect the serial or parallel interface respectively. With an optional interface installed, a column for the option interface is also displayed. These parameters may be set independently for each interface, i.e. changes made to the settings for one interface do not affect the other interface(s). Commands to change these settings affect the interface on which the command was received. Some of these settings may also be changed from the printers front panel by first selecting the desired interface and then changing the setting. For more information on setting these parameters, see the PRESCRIBE II Programming manual Chapter 5, Permanent Parameters. 3a Default font name (V3) The power-up scalable font (if specified) for each interface is listed here. The example which follows indicates that the power-up scalable font is AudreyTwo-RegularSWC on the parallel interface.
Check that the message display has changed to Waiting , then press the (FORM FEED ) key. This writes the file to the memory card and instructs the printer to automatically print out a memory card write information page as shown below.
Type of data written (currently only type 2 is supported). Partition (data) name. The destination name of data written to the card. Write data length. The size of the written data on the memory card in bytes. Others. Error information.
When the memory card write information page is printed, the message display returns to Ready. If the writing was not completed successfully, an error code appears on the message display. For details, see Section 5.5. Indicators and Messages. If this happens, press the CONT key. The message display returns to Ready. 5. Repeat above steps until you have transferred all data (files) that you want to write to the memory card. Each time you finish writing data, a memory card write information page is printed from the printer showing the information explained in step 4 above, but pertaining only to the data just written. To see all data contained in the memory card at once, print a list of data names as explained on the last page of this manual.
Deleting Data from a Memory Card
It is possible to use the printer to delete data from a memory card one by one. First check that the memory card is writable (for example that the memory card is not write -protected, data exists on the card, and its internal battery is not exhausted). Otherwise, the >Delete data menu will not be shown on the message display. When the deletion is completed, the printer automatically prints out a memory card status page as shown on page 2-24.
Formatting a Memory Card
Formatting allows data to be written to the card. A new memory card must be formatted before it can be used in the printer.
Formatting destroys any existing data on the memory card.
First check that the memory card is writable (for example that the memory card is not write -protected, and its internal battery is not exhausted). When the formatting operation is successfully completed, the printer automatically prints out a formatting information page as shown below.
Card size. The total size of the memory card memory in bytes. Data size. The size the printer uses for its system in bytes. Remaining size. The size remaining in the memory card for storing data in bytes.
We strongly recommend you use only the original Kyocera toner kit. Use of original Kyocera toner assures the intended long term reliability of the printer.
Before proceeding, take note of the following:
Do not leave floppy disks etc. lying around while performing this maintenance procedure. This procedure tends to raise a little toner dust which can harm magnetic recording media. Do not attempt to reuse the waste toner remaining in the toner container. Use only the toner kit exclusively designed for the printer. Use of a toner kit intended for use with other printer models may damage the printer and void the warranty.
To replace the toner container, proceed as follows.
Open the printers top cover all the way.
Press the toner container release lever (Green ) to release the old toner container from the printer. Remove the old toner container as gently as possible. Keep the toner container as level as possible while removing. Put the old toner container in the plastic bag supplied with the toner kit. Dispose of the toner container. The old toner container may be incinerated without the risk of generating harmful gas.
Old Toner Container
Toner Container Release Lever (Green )
Take the new toner container from its bag. With the label side down, thoroughly shake the toner container (in the direction of the arrow) ten times or more to loosen and mix the toner inside.
New Toner Container
The bottom of the toner container is sealed with a plastic strip. Carefully pull the sealing strip off the toner container, making sure not to leak any toner. Dispose of the sealing strip. Install the toner container on the developer as shown in the diagram. Be sure to peel off the seal on the toner container before mounting the toner container on the developer unit.
When the toner container is installed correctly on the developer.
Push the top of the toner container unit ("PUSH HERE") until it locks in. Make sure that the toner container is properly locked in the printer.
Close the top cover by pressing the arrowed part in this diagram. It is necessary to clean the inside of the printer after replacing the toner container. If the toner container is replaced when the message Replace Toner Clean printer is displayed, the message Clean printer.press CONT will be displayed after replacement. After cleaning the inside of the printer (See Section 4.2. Cleaning), the message will disappear when the CONT key is pressed, and the printer will be ready for printing.
Replace the Waste Toner Bottle
When replacing the toner container, the used waste toner bottle in the printer should also be replaced with a new one from the new toner kit. Open the printer side cover.
Old Waste Toner Bottle
Remove the waste toner bottle as shown right. Remove the waste toner bottle as gently as possible so as not to scatter the waste toner inside. Do not let the opening of the waste toner bottle face downward. Cap the waste toner bottle after removing from the printer.
To avoid toner spilling, place the capped waste toner bottle in the plastic bag supplied before forwarding to proper disposal.
Locate the new waste toner bottle in the toner kit, and install in the printer as shown right. Do not cap the new waste toner bottle. Insert the new waste toner bottle with the bottle tilted slightly towards you as shown in the figure.
New Waste Toner Bottle
After ensuring that the bottle is correctly installed, close the side cover.
In addition to the maintenance procedures described on the following pages, the charger wire in the drum unit and paper feed unit should be cleaned from time to time, or whenever print quality problems occur. To avoid print quality problems, the following printer parts must be cleaned with every toner container replacement.
If the toner container has been replaced when the message Replace Toner Clean printer was displayed, the message Clean printer.press CONT will be displayed after replacement. After cleaning the inside of the printer following the procedure shown below, press the CONT key; the message will disappear and the printer will be ready for printing.
Main Charger Unit
The main charger unit grid should be cleaned when the toner container is changed. Cleaning the Charger Wire 1. Open the printer side cover.
Table 5.2 Maintenance Messages
Message Top cover Open Side cover Open Paper feed unit Open Face-down tray paper full
Corrective Action Open the top cover, then close tightly.
Open the side cover, then close tightly. Open the paper feed unit, then close tightly. The face-down tray has become full (approx. 250 pages). You must remove all printed pages from the face-down tray. When the printer senses that the face-down tray is empty again, it will continues printing into the face-down tray. (Model FS-3700 only) Add paper to the paper cassette or multi-purpose tray. Add a sheet of paper to the multi-purpose tray (manual mode), and press the CONT key. The paper size does not match. The size of the paper in the cassette is different to the size specified by the application software or by PRESCRIBE II. Either put paper of the specified size into the cassette. See Section 1.4. If the CONT key is pressed, printing will be resumed. However, if more than one sheet is to be printed, the same message will again be displayed from the second sheet onward. You can abandon printing by pressing the CANCEL key. Open the top cover or the paper feed unit and correct the paper jam (or paper mis-feeding in the cassette). See Section 5.6. The printers internal memory is running low due to the number of fonts and macros downloaded. Print a status page to see how much user memory is left, and try deleting unnecessary fonts and macros. See the PRESCRIBE II DELF and DELM commands explanation in the programming manual (CD-ROM). Replace the toner container using a new toner kit. See Section 4.1. Replace the toner container using a new toner kit. The printer does not operate when this message is displayed. See section 4.1. Please clean the inside of the printer. See Section 4.2. This message will be displayed when replacing the toner container after the message Replace Toner Clean printer has been displayed. After cleaning the inside of the printer, press the CONT key and the printer will be ready for printing. Replace the old waste toner bottle with the new one which is included in the TK-20/TK-20H toner kit. The message will also be shown if the waste toner bottle has become full. The waste toner bottle should be replaced when the message display eventually shows Toner low TK-20 Clean printer. See Section 4.1. Install the waste toner bottle. See Section 1.4. The printer does not operate when this message is displayed.
Add paper Set paper Press CONT Load paper ( paper size)
Paper jam Warning Low memory
Insert the same MEMORY CARD
Format error MEMORY CARD Warning battery MEMORY CARD Battery error MEMORY CARD
Message MEMORYCARD err ##. Press CONT
>Read fonts Failed I/F occupied
Processing PAR FIT A4
Processing PAR 600 A4 Processing PAR 300 A4
Corrective Action This message appears when an error occurs during access to the memory card using the PRESCRIBE II ICCD command or from the printers control panel (codes 09 and 11 only). The error is indicated by one of the numbers ## listed below. 01 : Card size error (An attempt was made to write data of greater than 16 MB in size.). Reduce the size of the data to be written from the host computer to 16 MB or less; or, a file name could not be found in the memory card. 02 : No memory card inserted. Insert a proper memory card. 03 : Non PCMCIA card. Replace the card with a PCMCIA card. This message appears when the printer attempts to identify the card. 04 : Not RAM card. Use a SRAM-type card if you want to write data to an memory card. 05 : Memory card battery error. Replace the memory cards internal battery with a new one. 06 : Memory card protect error. Release the write protection on the memory card when you write data to the memory card. 07 : Non-Kyocera format. Reformat the memory card using MODE SELECT (See page 2-21. ). 08 : Partition name error. Follow instructions given attempt in Chapter 2 to properly name the destination. 09 : Memory card data full error (An attempt was made to write data exceeding the capacity of the memory card). Abandon the writing operation on the host computer first. Press CONT key; when the message turns to Waiting , press FORM FEED key (Ready ). 11 : Data name full (An attempt was made to write more than 127 destination data names). Press CONT key (Ready ). 13 : Erase logic error with flash memory card. Try replacing the memory card.* 15 : Non PCMCIA flash card. Replace the card with a PCMCIA flash card.* This message appears when the printer attempts manipulating data on a flash card. 17 : Unable to write to the flash memory card due to insufficient printer memory. Either delete unnecessary macros or fonts stored in the printer, or extend the printers available memory.* 18 : Writing error. Try replacing the memory card.* * : Flash card only. The amount of memory available for the fonts header parts of font is too small to load more fonts. Try deleting unnecessary fonts and macros. This message is displayed when you attempt to use the printers control panel to change the environmental settings on the interface from which data are presently being received. FIT (image FITting) flashes to indicate that a loss of raster data occurred when the data was compressed to be fitted within the currently available memory. Flashing FIT extinguishes automatically when the job times out; the printer receives the next data from the host computer; or if you press any key on the printers control panel. Try adding more memory in the printer to prevent this error. Change of the resolution indicator from 600 to 300 (flashing) means that the job in 600-dpi resolution was not able to run within the currently available memory. The resolution reverts to 600 dpi automatically when the job times out; the printer receives the next data from the host computer; or if you press any key on the printers control panel. Try adding more memory in the printer to prevent this error.
F Store paper in a cool, dry location. F Keep the paper in its wrapping as long as possible. Rewrap paper that is not in use. F Store paper in its original carton. Place a pallet etc. under the carton to separate it from the floor. F After removing paper from storage, let it stand in the same room as the printer for 48 hours before use. F Avoid leaving paper where it is exposed to heat, sunlight, or damp.
Paper Grain When paper is manufactured, it is cut into sheets with the grain running parallel to the length (long grain) or parallel to the width (short grain). Short grain paper can cause feeding problems in the printer. All paper used in the printer should be long grain. Other Paper Properties Porosity: Refers to the density of the paper structure; that is, to how openly or compactly the fibers are bonded. Stiffness: Limp paper can buckle inside the printer, while paper that is too stiff may bind. Either way the result is a paper jam. Curl: Most paper has a natural tendency to curl in one direction. The paper should be loaded so that the natural curl is downward, to counteract the upward curl imparted by the printer. Printed sheets will then come out flat. Most paper also has a top and bottom surface. Loading instructions are usually given on the paper package. Electrostatic properties: During the printing process the paper is electrostatically charged to attract the toner. The paper must be able to release this charge so that printed sheets do not cling together in the output tray. Whiteness: The contrast of the printed page depends on the whiteness of the paper. Whiter paper provides a sharper, brighter appearance. Quality control: Uneven sheet size, corners that are not square, ragged edges, welded (uncut) sheets, and crushed edges and corners can cause the printer to malfunction in various ways. A quality paper supplier should take considerable care to ensure that these problems do not occur.
B.3. Special Paper
Packaging: Paper should be packed in a sturdy carton to protect it from damage during transport. Quality paper obtained from a reputable supplier is usually properly packaged.
The following types of special paper can be used:
RXD Receive Data (Pin 3)
This input carries serial asynchronous data sent by the computer to the printer.
RTS Request To Send (Pin 4)
This output is always held high (above 3 volts).
CTS Clear To Send (Pin 5) DSR Data Set Ready (Pin 6)
SG Signal Ground (Pin 7)
All signals can transmit between the printer and the host computer to send each signals with a signal ground.
DTR Data Terminal Ready (Pin 20)
This output is used as a buffer nearly-full handshake line. It is held high (above 3 volts) when the buffer can accept more data.
RS-232C Interface Voltage Levels
The voltage levels of the interface signals conform to EIA RS-232C specifications. SPACE is from 3 volts to 15 volts. MARK is from -3 volts to -15 volts. Voltages between -3 volts and 3 volts are undefined.
The serial interface of this printer was set to RS-232C mode before leaving the factory. However, by changing the jumper connector on the main circuit board, the interface can be changed to RS-422A mode. In RS-232C mode, the printer can be connected to a personal computer (or similar device) equipped with an RS-232C serial interface. (The serial interface is set to RS-232C before leaving the factory.)
In RS-422A mode, the printer can be connected to a personal computer (or similar device) equipped with an RS-422A serial interface. The changing of the main circuit board jumper connector should be carried out only by a Kyocera authorized dealer or Kyocera certified technician. Kyocera shall not be liable for damage due to improper changing of this main circuit board jumper connector.
Removing the Main Circuit Board The following instructions are intended for the technician only.
Notes on Handling the Main Circuit Board
Protect the electronics by taking these precautions:
to discharge yourself of static electricity. While doing the work, it is recommended that you wear an antistatic wrist strap.
F Touch the main circuit board only by the edge.
Changing the Jumper Connector 1. Carefully remove the jumper connector from the main circuit board, and reconnect to the pin position shown in the diagram.
After completion of the above, return the main circuit board to the printer by reversing the procedure followed when removing it.
Verifying the Setting The procedure described below should be followed to verify that the RS-422A mode had been correctly set. 1. 2. 3. Make sure the power switch is off. Plug the power cord into the printer and turn power on. When the printer is on-line, press the STATUS key. If the mode has been correctly set, "RS-422A " should be indicated on the status page printout. Please refer to the sample printout shown below.
[Printer Status Page]
If RS-422A is indicated here, the setting was successful.
Interface Signals The pins in the printers RS-422A interface connector carry the signals listed in Table C.3.
Table C.3. RS-422A Signal Pin Assignments Pin In/out In Out Out In Signal FG RDA SG SDA SDB RDB Description Frame ground Receive data Inverted Signal ground Send data Inverted Send data Receive data
Overview of Signals (RS-422A)
RDB Receive Data (Pin 18) RDA Receive Data Inverted (Pin 3)
These pins carry asynchronous data sent from the computer to the printer. (differential input)
SDB Send Data (Pin 10) SDA Send Data Inverted (Pin 9)
These pins carry asynchronous data sent from the printer to the computer. (differential output)
RS-422A interface voltage levels The interface signal voltage levels conform with the EIA RS-422A standard. The differential voltage varies from 200 mV to 6V. SERIAL Connector
The connector marked "I I I " (RS-232C/RS-422A) on the rear panel is a DB-25S connector. Use a DB-25P connector (or equivalent) for the connector on the cable.
C.3. RS-232C/RS-422A Protocol
A protocol is a set of rules the computer follows in sending data to the printer. The RS-232C/ RS-422A parameters are stored in battery backed-up memory. They are indicated on the status printout. They can be changed by the FRPO (firmware reprogram) command described in the Programming Manual. The parameters and their identification codes are given below.
H1: Baud rate Parameter value Baud rate 57600 115200
The factory setting is 9600 baud.
H2: Data bits
7 or 8, factory-set to 8.
H3: Stop bits
1 or 2, factory-set to 1.
H4: Parity Parameter value Meaning None Odd Even Ignore
The factory setting is None (0 on the status printout).
H5: Protocol logic Parameter value Meaning Combination of 1 and 3 below DTR/DSR, positive logic DTR/DSR, negative logic XON/XOFF ETX/ACK XON/XOFF recognized only as protocol
The factory setting is 0.
H6: Buffer nearly-full threshold
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Table of Contents
Covers (Fig.1) Frame Unit (Fig.2) Drive Unit (Fig.3) Controller Unit (Fig.4) Feed Unit (Fig.5) Fuser Unit (Fig.6) Cassette (Fig.7) Drum Unit (Fig.8) Scanner Unit (Fig.9) Developer Unit (Fig.10) Multi Feed Unit (Fig.11) 28
The figures which follow depict the major assemblies of the printer or option, broken down into components. Following each figure are the list giving the following information: Ref No. Reference number which corresponds to the parts in the figure Part code Part code which identifies the part Part description A brief description of the part Quantity Quantity of the part used in the printer or option Only the parts highlighted in BOLD should be ordered. All other parts are for reference only and are not stocked.
Consumables and Maintanence Kits
TK20H G3 MK20 Toner Kit Grid Cleaner Maintenance Kit (300K pages) Drum Developer Fuser Drive Assy Feed Trans Assy
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Ref No. 01021 01022
Part Code 5AAY1700E*48 5AAY1700E*36 5AAY3700E*19 5AAY1700E*35 5AAY1700E*08 5AAY3700E*18 5AAY370+E*02 5AAY3700E*08 5MVB886CH002 5MVB886CH001 5MVB886CH003 5MVB886CH004 5MVB883CH001 5AAY1700E*048 5MVB874CH001 5MMW611LD002 5MVVS1700E*1 5MVVS1700U*1 5MVVS3700E*1 5MVVS3700U*1 5MVS651CH001 5MVS651CH015 5MVS651CH003 5MVS651CH004 5MVS651CH005 5MVS651CH006 5MVX885SH003 5MVB662CH001 5MVX852CH001 5MVX332DB010 5MVM273DB003 5MMW251LD025 5MVS711AQ001 5MVX743CB002 5MVX432CH001 5MMW166LD008
Description Cover Rear Assy FD Assy (FS1700) FD Assy (FS3700) Key Board Assy (FS1700) Key Board Assy (FS1700A) Key Board Assy (FS3700) Key Board Assy (FS3700+) Key Board Assy (FS3700A) Cover Front A Cover Top Cover Right Cover Left Cover Side Cover Rear Assy Lid Top Spring Cover Ser. No. Plate (FS1700) Ser. No. Plate (FS1700A) Ser. No. Plate (FS3700) Ser. No. Plate (FS3700A) Panel English Panel German Panel French Panel Spanish Panel Italian Panel Danish Face UP Tray Stopper FD Frame FD Guide Stock Roller Pinch Spring Pulley Discharger FD Actuator FD (FS3700/+) Lever Side Spring Lever
Quantity 1 1
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Fig.2 Frame Unit
Ref No. 02041
Part Code 5AAY1700E*32 5AAY1700E*33 5AAY1700E*43 5MVX888CB001 5MMX761SL002 5MVX744SB002 5MVB433SH005 5AAPRIFC1009AH 5ENXGP1A73A**01 5MMW161LD025 5AAVROLL*029 5MVT443DW001 5MMW241LD012 5AACCNPR2GEA 5MMX644SL003 5MVX742SB005 5MMW451LD001 5MVX764SB005 5MMX665LD001 5MVB865CB005 5MMT766SN004 5MVX433SB005 5MVM176DB012 5EYYAFAAM01**01 5MMX542LD001 5MML232LD003 5MMX322LD013 5MMX654LD002 5MVX321SB016 5MMW241LD014 5MMM311SZ001 5MMW311LD003 5AAPRIFC1011AH 5AAXTR036VDA 5AAXTR035VDA 5AAPRSSC1013AH 5AAPRIFC1010AH 5EZNF2402701*01 5EZNF2402502*01 5AACCNPT9GEA 5MVG137DN014 5MVX653SB005 5MVT873DB001 5MVM162DN004 5MVM162DN005
Description MP Bracket Assy Cover HV Assy Dlp Lock Assy Frame Base (FS1700/3700/+) Plate Earth EF Bracket Manual Bracket Connector P.W. Board Assy KP502 PT Sensor GP1A73A (FS3700/+) Spring Activator Feed Roll Assy Pin Size Select Spring Size Select Conn. Cord S02013 Bracket Inlet ROD Interlock Spring Interlock Cover HV Plate TC Contact Frame MID Shaft M/P Actuator Manual Bush Pom B Clutch Feed Plate MC Contact Plate Lock Dlp Plate HI MEG A Plate HI MED B Lever Bottle Spring Lever Bottle PIN HV Contact Spring HV Contact Drum Relay PWB Assy KP505 Trans Assy (FS1700) Trans Assy (FS3700/+) SencorPWB KP498 Relay PWB KP504 Fan Motor (FS1700) Fan Motor (FS3700/+) Conn. Cord S02040 Gear Idle Z25 Bracket FD Gear Roller FD Bush FD L Bush FD R
Ref No. 02056 02057
Part Code 5MVB532SB006 5MVX532DH002 5MMW261LJ035 5MMX763SL018 5AAY1700E*47 5MVS762KF007 5MVX443SB002 5AACCNPQ1GEA 5AAY1700E*33 5AAY1700E*43 5AAY1700E*32 5AAY1700E*31
Description Bracket Lock Lock DLP Spring Lock Bracket Fan Plate Earth Assy Sheet HI Voltage Actuator M/P Conn. Cord S02002 Cover HV Assy Dlp Lock Assy MP Bracket Assy MP Clutch Assy
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Ref No. 03034
Part Code 5AAY1700E*07 5AAY3700E*05 DR22 5AAY1700E*66 5AAY3700E*68 5AAXMT023GEA 5AAXMT024GEA 5MMX873SL006 5MMX873SL007 5EYYALAAK01**01 5EYYAFAAM01**01 5MVG169DN013 5MVG169DN012 5MVG158DN012 5MVG138DN023 5MVG148DN016 5MVG148DN017 5MVG148NN004 5MVG169DN014 5MVG158DN013 5MVG148DN019 5MVG158DN014 5MVG169DN016 5MVG144DB004 5MVG138DN024 5MVG154DN002 5MVG137DB024 5MVG138DN021 5MVG138DN022 5MMW361LD011 5MVM176DB008 5MMM176CJ005 5MML754SL001 5MVX633DN002 5MMX532SL010 5MMX532SL011 5MMT565SN003 5MVM176DB008 5MMW261LD006 5MMX431LD004 5MVG122DN003 5MVG122NN003 5MVG122NN001
Description Drive Unit (FS1700) Drive Unit (FS3700/+) Drive Unit (FS1700+) DRIVE GEAR PACK (FS1700/+) DRIVE GEAR PACK (FS3700/+) Motor Main (FS1700) Motor Main (FS3700/+) Plate Drive (FS1700) Plate Drive (FS3700/+) Clutch Regist Clutch Feed Gear Z21HZ66H Gear Z25HZ53H Gear Z42H Gear Z20HZ30H Gear FREE Z34H Gear FREE Z37S Gear Z34S Gear Z26HZ63H Gear Z23HZ41H Gear Z23HZ41H Gear Z43HZ45S Gear Z35HZ57H Gear Z27SZ28H (FS1700) Gear Z27SZ28H (FS3700/+) Gear Z44S Gear Clutch Z22 Gear Clutch Z26S Gear Z28S Spring FREE Bushing SBK (FS1700) Bushing SBK (FS3700/+) Plate Clutch Holder Clutch Plate Joint R Plate Joint F Shaft Clutch F Bushing STop Spring Joint Plate Earth Drive Gear Z18H Gear Z18H Gear Joint Z17H
Quantity * 1 1
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Ref No. 04029
Part Code 5AAPRMEG4019MH 5MMB886SL017 5MVX876CB003 5MVX852CN001 5MVX221RB005 5MMS886SL009 5MMS867SL007 5MMX642SL010 5MMX844SL002 5MMX431LD005 5MMS646SD009 5MMX622LD001 5AACCNPR6GEA 5AACCNPQ8GEA 5AACCNPR4GEA 5AAPRIFC2006AH 5AAPRIFC2006DH 5AAPRIFC2006BH 5AAPRIFC2006CH 5AAPRIFC2007AH 5AAPRIFC2007BH 5AAPRIFC2005AH 5AAPRLGG4027CH 5AAPRLGG4027DH 5AAPRLGR4002AH 5AAPRLGG4027EH 5AAPRLGR4002CH 5AAPRLGG4027FH 5AAEZ1700E*1 5AAEZ1700E*2 5AAY1700U*09 5AAY3700U*09 5AAPRCZG4007AH 5AAPRCZG4007BH 5AAPRCZG2021AH 5AAPRCZG4007CH 5AAPRCZG4007MH 5AAPRCZG4007DH 5EZNF2405001*01 5MVL833SH001 5MVS266SB003 5MVS753KN001 5MVS653KN001
DIMM PWB KP610 (FS1700+/3700+) Box Controller Case PWB Power Rail PWB Engine Foot Lid Controller Panel Rear Panel Engine Cover Controller Plate Earth Cont Plate Controller Plate Release Cont Conn. Cord S02017 Conn. Cord S02009 Conn. Cord S02015 Connect PWB KP492 (FS1700) Connect PWB KP492 (FS1700+) Connect PWB KP492 (FS3700) Connect PWB KP492 (FS3700+) Connect PWB KP494 (FS1700/3700) Connect PWB KP494 (FS3700+) Fux PWB Assy KP493 Main PWB KP498 240v (FS1700) Main PWB KP498 120v (FS1700A) Main PWB KP634 240v (FS1700+) Main PWB KP498 240v (FS3700) Main PWB KP498 240v (FS3700+) Main PWB KP498 120v (FS3700A) SW. PSU 240v (FS1700/3700) SW. PSU 240v (FS3700+) SW. PSU 120v (FS1700A) SW. PSU 120v (FS3700A) Engine PWB KP503 240v (FS1700) Engine PWB KP503 120v (FS1700A) Engine PWB KP. 240v (FS1700+) Engine PWB KP503 240v (FS3700) Engine PWB KP503 240v (FS3700+) Engine PWB KP503 120v (FS3700A) Fan Motor Cover Cable Sheet Box B Sheet Box F (FS1700A/FS3700A) Sheet Box R (FS1700A/FS3700A)
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Ref No. 05043 05044
Part Code 5AAY1700E*09 5MMT876SN046 5MMT821SN003 5MVG148DB032 5MVG137DB064 5MVB886SB007 5MVM276DB011 5MMW172SX005 5MMW172LD008 5MVM176DN019 5MMT876SN045 5MVG137DB065 5MVX331DB007 5MMW241SX004 5MMW241SX005 5MVX832CB009 5MVX863SB011 5MVX722SH004 5MVX652CB001 5AAVROLL*027 5MVG038DB003 5MVM410DB001 5MVM177DW002 5MVM687DB001 5MMT866SN001 5MVX842CB006 5MVX731DW001 5MMW161LD023 5MVX664SW002 5MMX533LD002 5MVG138DB060 5MVM121DB001 5MVB644SB004 5MVM676DB001 5MMW351LD004 5MVS822KF006 5MMS711LD001 5MVS711KF003 5MMU812AX001 5MMU862SD003 5MMT633SS001 5MVX432DB005 5MVX432DB006 5MMS211AX001
Description Feed Trans Unit Roller Regist LOW Roller Regist UP Gear Regist Z24Z32 Gear Regist Z24 Base Feed Bush Regist A Spring Regist R Spring Regist Bush Pom A Roller Transfer Gear T/C Z23H Bush TransFER Spring Trans L Spring Trans R Paper Chute Guide Paper Sensor Doc Actuator Cassette Feed Roll Assy Gear Feed Z27 Holder Roller Feed Bush Feed Roller Guide Shaft Feed Shaft Release Shaft Lock R Spring Hinge R Lever Lock Plate Earth TC Gear Idle Z26 Coller Joint Bracket M/P Roll Roller M/P Spring Roll M/P Sheet Regist C Brush Discharger Sheet Discharger Seal Adheasive Plate Paper Guide Shaft M/P Roll Hinge M/P L Hinge M/P R Seal Actuator
Ref No. 05048
Part Code 5MVVL761WN41 5AAY1700E*55 5AAY1700E*56
Description Label Caution FE Regist Low Assy Discharger Assy
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Fig.6 Fuser Unit
Ref No. 06038 06038
Part Code FK20 FK20A FK21 FK21A 5MMT888AX013 5MMT886SN009 5MMT886SN011 5MVB864KB002 5MMS627SL003 5MMW251LD004 5MMW251LD008 5MVX874KB001 5MVB663KB001 5MVX644KB001 5MVM188XN012 5MVM166XN001 5MVX832NB001 5MMX666SL006 5MMX666SL007 5MVX222XN002 5MMW261LD015 5MVX832KB002 5MVM176DB010 5MMW261LD016 5MMX531SL003 5MVG158XN003 5MVG148XN005 5MVG127DW004 5MVG137DW002 5MVX432KB002 5MVX832CB008 5MML143RD001 5MMX332RD001 5MVX741CB001 5MVX311DB009 5MVM111RB002 5MMW261LD017 5MMX531SL002 5MMT722SZ001 5MMW381SJ001 5MVT366DB001 5MMW261LJ032 5EZPB2412520201 5EZPB1215020201
Fuser Kit 5PLPZSFAPKE (FS1700) Fuser Kit 5PLPZSGAAKI (FS1700A) Fuser Kit 5PLPZSHAPKE (FS3700/+) Fuser Kit 5PLPZSJAAKI(FS3700A) Roller Heat Roller Press (FS1700) Roller Press (FS3700/+) Frame Fuser Up Plate Press Spring Press (FS1700) Spring Press (FS3700/+) Frame Fuser LOW Cover Fuser R Cover Fuser L Bush Heat Busing Press Paper Chute Fuser Plate Fuser L Plate Fuser R Separator Spring Separator Plate Fuser UP Pulley Exit Spring Pulley Plate Release R Gear Heat Z46 Gear Joint Z36 Gear Idle Z16 Gear Exit Z21 Support Lamp Guide Change Holder Lamp R Holder Lamp L Actuator Fuser Actuator Sol Rubber Pin Spring Actuator Plate Release L Shaft Exit Ring Stop Pin Fuser Spring Sol Lamp Heater 240v (FS1700) Lamp Heater 120v (FS1700A)
Ref No. 06046 06046
Part Code 5EZPB2413320103 5EZPB1216720103 5EYFFQ16001Q*01 5EYFFQ17501Q*01 5AAXTM009GEA 5AAPRIFC1008AH 5AAPRIFC1008BH 5MMT874SN004 5MMW361LD010 5EZSA2401020307 5AACCNPW6GEA 5AACCNPR1GEA 5MVVL731WN14 5MVVL731WN15
Lamp Heater 240v (FS3700/+) Lamp Heater 120v (FS3700A) Thermal CutOut (FS1700) Thermal CutOut (FS3700) Thermistor Assy Fuser PWB Assy KP499 (FS1700) Fuser PWB Assy KP499 (FS3700/+) Roller Exit Spring Change Solenoid Conn. Cord S02039/41 240v Conn. Cord S02039/41 120v Label Fuser Caution (FS1700) Label Fuser Caution (FS3700/+)
Ref No. 07010 07011
Part Code PC21 5MVB886SH053(A4) 5MVB886SH054(LTR) 5MMS876SL008(A4) 5MMS876SL009(LTR) 5MVL753SH001 5MVL753SH002 5MML641SW001 5MML641SW002 5MVS726XN001 5MMW646LD001 5MVX421DW001 5MMW411LD002 5MVX642SH007
Description Paper Cassette Base Cassette Base Cassette Plate Bottom Plate Bottom Plate Side L Plate Side R Nail L Nail R Pad Separator Spring Cassette Lock Bottom SP Stopper Bottom Retainer (LTR)
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Fig.8 Drum Unit
Ref No. 08040 08041
Part Code DK20 DK22 DK21 5AAY1700E*23 5MVL854SB001 5MVG112NN001 5MVG137DN001 5MMW251SX001 5MMC231LD002 5MVB663SB028 5MVB662SB026 5MVB866CB004 5MMX332LD007 5MMX552LD002 5MVM122DN001 5MVX621SB008 5MVX644SC001 5MVX421SB017 5AAVBlade025 5MVX422SN001 5MMW351LD003 5AAY1700E*24 5MML821LD006 5AAXLD028GEA 5MMW154LD004 5MVM176DN016 5MMT864XN001 5MVS428LN007 5MVS428LN008 5MVS821MN001 5MVS821SN001 5MVS628LN001 5MVS818MN002 5MVQ321XN003 5MVQ321XN004 5MVF276CB001 5MVS218RN010 5MVS811RN004 5MVS812XN001 5MVS822KB002 5MVT876CB005 5MVS218RN010 5MMW141LD013 5AAPRIFC1012AH
Drum Unit 5PLPZSEAPKE(FS1700) Drum Unit 5PLPZ9FAEKX(FS1700+) Drum Unit 5PLPZSCAPKE(FS3700/+) MCH Assy Cover Drum Up Gear Roll Z10H Gear Screw Z21H Spring Shutter Shutter Waste Cover Drum Left Cover Drum Right Frame Drum Plate Zenner Plate Earth Drum Bush Screw Lock MCH Bracket Sensor Slider Waste Blade Assy Link Waste Spring Waste Drum Assy Bracket Sheet LED Assy Bracket Sheet Bush A Roll Cln Seal Drum Right Seal Drum Left Seal Scraper Sheet Scraper Seal Shutter Seal Blade Long Bush Cleaner Right Bush Cleaner Left Bush Drum Right Seal Blade Sheet Roll Tape Adhesive Sheet Drum Low Screw Cleaner Seal Blade Spring Roll R PWB Assy (FS1700)
Ref No. 08057 08058
Part Code 5AAPRIFC1012AH 5AAPRIFC1047H 5MVS418SB001 5MMX522LD010 5MMS621AX003 5MVVL331WN13 5MMW141SX015 5MMW141SX003
Description PWB Assy (FS3700/+) PWB Assy KP501 Spacer LED Plate Earth A Sheet Heat Drum Label Drum Spring Roll 0.8 Spring Roll 1.4
Fig.9 Scanner Unit
Ref No. 09020 09021
Part Code LK20 LK22 LK21
Scanner Unit 5AA1700E*05(FS1700) 1 Scanner Unit 5PLPZ9FAEKX(FS1700+) 1 Scanner Unit 5AA3700E*03(FS3700/+) 1 Polygon Motor Assy Laser Module Assy Collimate Lens Assy Adjust PD Assy Cylindrical Lens F Lens A F Lens B SOS Lens Mirror A Glass Glass A Glass B Frame Scanner Frame Scanner Spring Mirror P.W. Board Assy PD P.W. Board Assy Conn. Cord Glass A Glass B Seal Polygon 1
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Fig.10 Developer Unit
Ref No. 10000
Part Code DV20
Description Developer Unit 5PLPZEAPKE
5MVB876SB011 5MVS518XF001 5AAVROLER029 5MVX643SB007 5MVM187DB007 5MVB663SB032 5MVX821SB006 5MVG127DB041 5MML831LD004 5MVG148DB033 5MVG148DB034 5MVG138DB061 5MVG148DB037 5MVG137DB066 5MVM170XN002 5MVG148DB038 5MVG127DB042 5MVB843SB001 5MVG148DB039 5MMT455SZ002 5MVM177XN004 5MVZ222SB001 5MMX631LD002 5MMW161LD026 5MVS708XF001 5MVS618RF014 5MVS818RF012 5MVS812RF003 5ENXTSP15A10*01 5MVX866SB009 5MVB854SB001 5MVX622DB003 5MVX751DG001 5MVX652SB010 5MVG026DN001 5MVG137DB056 5MVM211SB003 5MMW451LJ002 5MMW466SD001 5MMW461LD007 5AAY1700E*38 5MVS818RF012
Case DLP Seal Side DLP Roller Magnet Holder Mag Pulley Dlp Cover Side R Scraper Dlp A Gear Z19H Blade Dlp Gear Z18SZ39H Gear Z36SZ14S Gear Z23H Gear Z40SZ14S Gear Z23S Bush Mag Gear Z34SZ20S Gear Scraper Z20S Cover Mag Gear Scraper Z35S Pin Dlp Bush Scraper Cap Mag L Plate Bias Spring Sensor Seal Scraper Seal Case A Seal Case B Seal Cover Mag Toner Sensor Lid Dlp Cover Dlp Shutter Dlp Lever Dlp Cover Shutter Worm Wheel H26Z14 Gear Idle Z30Z15 Cap Dlp Spring Shutter Spring Lever Spring Lid Toner Motor Assy Seal Case B
Ref No. 10067 10068
Part Code 5MVS638RF005 5MVS648RF006 5MVX544SB001 5EZND2402601*01 5MVG115DN001 5AACCNPS2GEA 5MMW802LD004 5MVT864CB004 5MVS118RF027 5MVS817RF015 5MV312KF027 5MVS312KF028 5MVS618RF015 5MMW266SB001 5MVS737SB001 5AACCNPT8GEA 5MVS222KF010 5MVX831SB004 5M5MMW141LJ007 5MVS751KF002
Description Seal Shutter A Seal Shutter B Bracket Motor DC Motor Gear Worm Conn. Cord S2023 Scraper Dlp B Screw Dlp Seal Case C Seal Case D Seal Shutter CL Seal Shutter CR Seal Shutter D Spring Lid B Separator Dlp Conn. Cord Seal Lid Cover Sleeve Spring Cover Slv Seal Lid Dlp
Fig.11 Multi Feed Unit
Ref No. 11022
Part Code 5AAVFeedR017 5MVB874SH016 5MVX622SH003 5MVB851SH002 5MVB862SH010 5MVX761SH003 5MVX753DH001 5MVX753DH002 5MVS617WK001 5MVS617WK002 5MVG127DH001 5MMW371LD003 5MVX421DH001 5MVX421DH002 5MVX863SH004 5MML632LD001 5MMS622LD002
Description MPF Assy Base M/P Separator Bottom M/P A Bottom M/P B Tray M/P Guide M/P L Guide M/P R Pad Friction Pad Separator Gear Manual Spring Bottom Lock M/P L Lock M/P R Lever M/P Plate Separator A Plate Separator B
The FS-3700, delivers blazing fast performance at 18 ppm engine, up to 2,400 x 600 dpi for high quality text and graphics making it the ideal workgroup printer. With the most flexible paper handling system in the industry and the lowest total cost of ownership in the market, the Kyocera FS-3700 is the industry's most cost-efficient printer for today's complex network environment. Kyocera's "cartridge-free" technology uses long life imaging components, eliminating the need for expensive toner cartridges. Simply add toner and watch the savings add up. Kyocera can help you save thousands of dollars per printer without sacrificing quality or performance.
|Printer Type||Workgroup printer - laser - monochrome|
|Print Speed||Up to 18 ppm - max speed|
|Max Resolution ( B&W )||600 dpi x 600 dpi|
|Language Simulation||PCL 5E, PostScript 2, IBM X24E, HP PJL|
|Fonts Included||79 x bitmapped 49 x scalable|
|Printer Features||Optional duplex|
|Processor||Motorola 68EC040 33 MHz|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||2 MB / 66 MB (max)|
|Technology / Form Factor||SIMM 72-pin|
|Media Path Type||Curved|
|Media Type||Envelopes, transparencies, labels, plain paper|
|Max Media Size (Custom)||8.5 in x 14 in|
|Media Sizes||Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in), Legal (8.5 in x 14 in), Executive (7.25 in x 10.5 in), A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in), B5 (6.93 in x 9.83 in), A6 (4.13 in x 5.83 in)|
|Envelope Sizes||International DL (4.33 in x 8.66 in), International C5 (6.38 in x 9 in), International B5 (6.93 in x 9.83 in)|
|Total Media Capacity||350 sheets|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x autoload - 250 sheets - A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) 1 x autoload - 100 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)|
|Cartridge / Printhead Duty Cycle||20000 pages|
|Cartridge / Printhead Included Qty||1|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||2 ( 2 ) x memory - SIMM 72-pin 1 ( 1 ) x PC Card - type I 1 ( 1|
|Connections||1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 36 pin Centronics 1 x serial - RS-232/422 - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25)|
|Power Device||Power supply - integrated|
|Power Consumption Operational||277 Watt|
|Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep||20 Watt|
|Compliant Standards||EPA Energy Star|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 3.x/95/98, Apple MacOS 7.1 or later, Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 or later|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - carry-in|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||89.6 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||20 - 80%|
|Sound Emission||53 dB|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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