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PARTS MANUAL PREFACE
1. The part numbers listed in Parts Manual are those which were assigned to the parts making up the machine at the time machine was originally introduced onto the market.
2. Parts whose numbers are preceded by an asterisk in the Index Column on the List Page are parts to be used in only certain market areas. Therefore ,please check the number in the Area column on the List Page and then compare it with the numbers given in the Area Chart on page II to find out which part number is applicable to your. own areas NOTE: Parts for only certain Market Areas: The part numbers for these parts vary according to market area. In other cases, these parts are used in only restricted areas.
3. The Index Number on the List Page is composed of two numbers and two letters. Generally, only A is used as the first letter of the two letters. However, sometimes B,C,D, varies according to market areas, has two or more part numbers. The second of the two letters represents the modification history of that part.
4. The Area Number is listed in the Area Column for only those parts used in certain market areas. This Area Number represents the ares listed opposite to in the Chart given on Page II. Parts having no Area Number listed in the Area Column can be used in all market areas. 5. In the exploded views in this parts manual parts (Screws & Washes, etc.) which are indicated with a four-digit numbers are listed in numerical order in the section SCREWS AND WASHERS. Please check these four-digit numbers with the part numbers (ten-digit number) which should be used for ordering the part.
6. All parts numbers consist of ten-digit which should all be quoted when ordering a part. The price of parts can be obtained by referring to the Parts Price List which is separately issued.
7. All information contained in this parts manual is subject to change.
PARTS MANUAL AREA CHART
We recommend that you cross out from your Parts Manuals those parts numbers which do not apply to your area so that no error is made when ordering parts.
THIS PARTS MANUAL IS EFFECTIVE WITH MACHINES SERIALLY NUMBERED
PARTS MANUAL CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.
HOUSING FRAME PAPER TAKE-UP SECTION I PAPER TAKE-UP SECTION II DRIVE UNIT TRANSPRT SECTION FUSING UNIT 2ND / 3RD CASSETTE UNIT UNIVERSAL CASSETTE CASSETTE DPLEX UNIT WIRING ACCESSORIES AND JIGS SCREWS AND WASHERS
PARTS LIST : 1. HOUSING
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA *21A *21B 22AA 23AA 26AA 27AA 28AA 29AA 30AA 31AA 32AA 33AA 34AA 35AA 37AA
ITEM # 0993-1001-02 0993-3222-01 0993-3220-01 0993-3221-01 0993-1010-03 0993-3214-01 0993-1015-01 0993-3213-01 0993-3203-01 0993-3204-01 0993-1003-01 0993-1020-02 0993-1014-01 1200-1521-02 0993-2017-01 0993-1016-02 0993-2009-01 0993-1021-01 0993-1024-02 0993-1005-01 A0993-1039-01 A0993-1029-01 0993-1002-02 0993-2304-01 0993-1006-01 0993-3208-01 0993-3209-01 0993-3210-01 0993-3205-01 0993-3211-01 0993-3206-01 1100-1212-04 0993-1011-01 0993-0754-01 0993-6823-01
PART NAME TOP COVER SHAFT ROLL HOLDER REAR COVER GROUND PLATE REINFORCE PLATE NEUTRALIZING BRUSH ROLLER BUSHING LEFT COVER COVER TORSION SPRING WASHER LOCK LEVER LEVER TENSION SPRING LEVER FRONT COVER TRAY FRONT COVER-RT FRONT COVER-RT RIGHT COVER COVER TRAY GEAR 14T GEAR 39T GEAR 26T PRESSURE SPRING GEAR 17T LEVER SHOULDER SCREW ACTUATOR GEAR ASSY HARNESS
Minolta PageWorks 20 PARTS MANUAL
PARTS LIST : 2. FRAME
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA *04A *04B 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 22AA 23AA 24AA 25AA 26AA 27AA 29AA 30AA 31AA 32AA 33AA 34AA 35AA 36AA 37AA 38AA 39AA 40AA 41AA 42AA
ITEM # 0993-1017-01 0993-2004-02 0993-6104-01 A9381-4310-31 A9381-4310-71 9383-5920-13 0993-6801-01 0993-2012-01 0993-2013-01 0993-2014-01 0993-2016-01 0993-2015-02 0993-6303-01 0993-2003-02 0993-6802-02 0993-6103-01 0993-2001-02 0978-2067-01 0993-6835-01 0993-2002-01 1200-1521-02 0993-2301-01 0993-2302-01 0993-2042-02 0993-2044-01 0993-2043-02 0993-2331-01 0993-2334-01 0993-2335-01 0993-0113-01 0993-1013-01 0993-1012-01 0993-1018-01 0993-1019-01 0993-6017-01 0993-2311-12 1050-4805-01 9326-1410-31 0993-6755-01 0993-6754-01 0993-6752-01
PART NAME COVER REAR FRAME FAN MOTOR POWER CORD POWER CORD SOCKET HARNESS LEVER TENSION SPRING STOPPER HOLDER TORSION SPRING SWITCH LEFT FRAME HARNESS FAN MOTOR BASE PLATE SHOULDER SCREW HARNESS RIGHT FRAME WASHER SHIELD PLATE REAR FRAME-RT DUCT-RT SEAL DUCT-LFT COVER BRACKET COVER PWB-CONTROLLER PANEL SHEET PANEL COVER KEY TOP SHIELD SHEET PWB-PANEL SHIELD PLATE EDGE COVER FERRITE CORE SHEET SHEET SHEET
PARTS LIST : 3. PAPER TAKE-UP SECTION 1
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA 24AA 25AA 26AA 27AA 28AA 29AA 30AA 31AA 32AA 33AA 34AA 35AA 36AA 37AA 38AA 39AA *40A 41AA *42A
ITEM # 9331-2310-21 0957-2320-01 0993-2533-01 0993-2531-02 0993-2518-01 0993-2517-01 0993-2525-01 0993-2516-01 0993-2538-01 0993-2537-01 0993-2540-01 0993-2539-01 0993-0203-13 0993-2005-01 0993-2022-01 0993-2021-01 0993-2024-01 0993-2025-01 0993-2023-01 0993-2034-02 0993-2026-01 0993-2020-02 0993-3016-01 0993-0752-01 0993-3036-02 0957-3104-01 0993-3003-03 0993-3030-02 0993-3033-01 0993-3032-01 0993-3029-02 0993-6805-02 0993-0114-01 0993-2530-01 0993-6818-01 0993-0755-02 0993-0361-02 4157-3615-01 9326-1010-31 A9326-1410-31 1052-7257-01 A9326-1410-81
PART NAME MICROSWITCH BRACKET TORSION SPRING TENSION SPRING STUD GEAR 29/60T PLATE GEAR 24T STUD PLATE GEAR 18/23T TENSION SPRING AXLE PLATE FRAME TERMINAL TERMINAL TERMINAL TERMINAL TERMINAL TORSION SPRING GUIDE GUIDE PRESSURE SPRING LIFTING PLATE RACK GEAR GEAR 14T GUIDE GUIDE-LFT REGULATOR REGULATOR GUIDE-RT HARNESS PW BOARD-A HOLD PLATE HARNESS DOCKING PLATE ASSY PAPER GUIDE ASSY SHOULDER SCREW FERRITE CORE FERRITE CORE LABEL YELLOW FERRITE CORE
QTY 1 1
INDEX *43A 44AA
ITEM # PART NAME A9326-1010-31 FERRITE CORE 0993-3058-01 LABEL SIZE
PARTS LIST : 4. PAPER TAKE-UP SECTION 2
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA 24AA 25AA 26AA 27AA 28AA 29AA 30AA 31AA 32AA 33AA 34AA 36AA
ITEM # 0993-3510-01 0993-3520-01 0993-3518-01 0993-3511-01 0993-3508-01 0993-3504-01 0993-3509-01 0993-3512-01 0993-3503-01 0993-3035-01 0993-3018-01 0993-3023-01 0993-3002-01 0993-3028-02 0993-3009-01 0993-3024-01 0957-3040-01 0993-3008-01 0993-3006-01 0993-3020-02 0993-3501-05 0993-3001-01 0993-3010-01 0993-3039-01 0957-3015-01 0993-3022-01 0993-3014-02 0993-3013-01 0993-3021-02 0993-3017-02 0993-0751-01 0993-3521-01 0993-0411-01 0993-0401-02 0993-3523-01
PART NAME GEAR 25T BUSHING TENSION SPRING BUSHING ROLLER GUIDE ROLLER GROUND PLATE GUIDE SET PLATE PRESSURE SPRING SUPPORT ROLLER GUIDE BUSHING PLATE SPRING PIN CAM ROLL SHAFT GUIDE ROLLER GEAR 45/47T CLUTCH SPRING RATCHET BOSS GEAR 20T BUSHING JOINT PRESSURE SPRING SEPARATOR COVER PAPER TRANSPORT UNI PAPER TAKE-UP UNIT SHEET
PARTS LIST : 5. DRIVE UNIT
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA 24AA 25AA 26AA 27AA 28AA 29AA 31AA
ITEM # 0993-2523-01 0993-2521-01 0993-2529-01 0993-2515-01 0993-2519-01 0993-2508-01 0993-2547-01 0993-2503-01 0993-2510-01 0993-2511-01 0993-2514-01 0993-6205-01 0993-2512-01 0993-2504-01 0993-2546-01 0993-2524-01 0993-2501-13 0993-2513-01 0993-2507-01 0993-0202-01 0993-2536-01 0993-6204-02 0993-6101-01 0993-0201-01 0993-0151-01 0993-2026-01 0993-2035-01 0993-2040-01 0993-6808-02 1052-7257-01
PART NAME BUSHING COVER STUD GEAR 38T GEAR 22/31T GEAR 33T GEAR 18/39T GEAR 17/75T GEAR 27/63T GEAR 33/34T GEAR 25/31T CLUTCH GEAR 15/21T GEAR 16/70T GEAR 23/60T BUSHING COVER GEAR 44T GEAR 19/20T BRACKET GROUND PLATE SOLENOID MOTOR BRACKET GEAR 77T GUIDE TORSION SPRING BRACKET HARNESS LABEL YELLOW
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PARTS LIST : 6. TRANSPORT SECTION
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA *10A *10B 11AA *12A *12B 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA 24AA 25AA 28AA *30A 32AA *33A
ITEM # 0993-0331-04 0993-6208-01 0993-3513-01 0993-3514-01 0993-3515-01 0993-3516-01 0993-3517-01 0993-3502-01 0993-2038-01 A0993-0539-01 A0993-0537-01 0993-2018-01 A0993-6206-01 A0993-6207-01 0993-2041-01 0993-0107-01 0993-3027-01 0993-2030-01 0993-2033-01 0993-2930-03 9335-1410-31 0993-4111-01 0993-4115-01 0993-3506-12 0993-3505-02 0993-3507-01 0993-6817-01 0993-6820-02 A0953-7409-01 0993-2309-01 A0993-2308-01
PART NAME TRANSFER UNIT PWB-HV TERMINAL TERMINAL TERMINAL TERMINAL TERMINAL GUIDE BRACKET PRINT HEAD UNIT PRINT HEAD UNIT MOUNTING PLATE PWB-PU PWB-PU(WITH IC) SHEET PW BOARD-G(WITH IC) ACTUATOR HOLDER COVER COVER PHOTO INTERRUPTER GROUND PLATE TERMINAL ACTUATOR ACTUATOR TORSION SPRING HARNESS HARNESS LABEL COVER COVER
(PWB-E) (PWB-E) (PWB-G)
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PARTS LIST : 7. FUSING UNIT
INDEX *01A *01B 02AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA *24A *24B 25AA 26AA 27AA 28AA 29AA 30AA 31AA 32AA 33AA 34AA 35AA 36AA 37AA 38AA 39AA 40AA 41AA
ITEM # A0993-0343-04 A0993-0345-04 0993-3216-02 0993-5529-01 0993-5512-01 0993-5537-12 0993-5533-01 0993-5524-01 0993-0105-01 0993-5543-01 0993-5532-13 0993-6809-01 9335-1410-31 0993-5516-01 0972-5519-01 0993-5505-15 0993-5521-01 0993-5535-01 0993-5520-01 0993-5534-01 0993-5502-01 0993-5504-01 0993-6702-01 A0993-6502-01 A0993-6503-01 0993-5501-01 0993-5522-01 0993-5538-01 0993-6804-01 0993-5514-01 0993-5530-01 0993-5515-01 0978-6701-02 0993-5519-01 0993-5550-01 0993-5513-01 0993-5507-02 0993-5536-01 0993-5523-01 0993-5518-01 0957-5527-02 0993-5542-02
PART NAME FUSING UNIT FUSING UNIT GUIDE C-RING GEAR 39T BUSHING BUSHING GEAR 15T PW BOARD-R(NO IC) TERMINAL TERMINAL HARNESS PHOTO INTERRUPTER ACTUATOR TORSION SPRING FRAME-RR PRESSURE SPRING BUSHING COVER BUSHING FUSING ROLLER-LWR FRAME-FNT THERMISTOR TUBE LAMP TUBE LAMP FUSING ROLLER-UPR SHEET SHOULDER SCREW HARNESS TERMINAL PRESSURE SPRING TERMINAL THERMOSTAT COVER-RT SHEET TERMINAL HOLDER REINFORCE PLATE TENSION SPRING SEPARATOR SEPARATOR ROLL STOPPER
(TH1) (H1) (H1)
QTY 6 6
AREA 2520 2612
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PARTS LIST : 8. 2ND / 3RD BIN UNIT
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 17AA 17BA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA 24AA 25AA 26AA 27AA 28AA 29AA 30AA 31AA 32AA 33AA 34AA 35AA 37AA
ITEM # 4156-3801-03 4156-3805-02 0933-3840-02 4156-3808-02 4156-3807-12 0933-3839-02 4156-3820-01 4156-3806-01 4156-3826-01 4156-3802-01 4156-3810-01 4156-3804-02 4156-3803-13 4156-3825-01 0933-0151-01 4156-0201-01 4156-0202-01 4156-3817-14 4156-0102-01 0928-3018-23 0933-3834-02 0928-3017-02 4156-3814-01 4156-3823-01 4156-3818-01 4156-3815-01 9321-2310-32 4156-3813-01 4156-3838-01 0978-2067-01 4156-3828-01 4156-6802-01 4156-3830-01 41563831-01 4156-3834-01 0993-6756-01
PART NAME BASE ACTUATOR ROLL SHAFT MOUNT PRESSURE SPRING COVER GUIDE RUBBER FOOT REINFORCE PLATE BUSHING ROLLER SHAFT ROLLER ROLLER FRAME FRAME ACTUATOR PW BOARD-C COLLAR CLUTCH SPRING RATCHET GEAR 34T GROUND PLATE GEAR 24T GEAR 17T SOLENOID GEAR 30/36T BUSHING SHOULDER SCREW REINFORCE PLATE HARNESS PRESSURE SPRING COVER SEAL SHEET
2ND BIN 3RD BIN (PWB-C)
2ND BIN (SL2/3)
QTY 2 1
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PARTS LIST : 9. UNIVERSAL CASSETTE UNIT
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA 24AA
ITEM # 4156-3921-01 4156-3907-02 4156-3903-04 4156-3916-01 4156-3917-01 4156-0751-01 4156-3904-03 4156-3908-02 4156-3919-01 4156-3901-03 4156-3920-02 4156-3913-01 4156-3909-01 4156-3910-02 4156-3915-01 4156-3914-01 4156-3911-01 4156-3918-03 4156-3912-01 4156-3906-03 4156-3922-01 4156-7301-01 4156-3927-01 4156-3928-01
PART NAME COVER-RT PAWL GUIDE-RT REGULATOR PRESSURE SPRING LIFTING PLATE GUIDE-LFT PAWL COVER-LFT CASSETTE BODY GROUND PLATE GEAR 14T RACK GEAR DETECTING PLATE COVER LID RACK GEAR COVER REGULATING PLATE LOCK LEVER REGULATOR LABEL LABEL SIZE LABEL SIZE
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PARTS LIST : 10. CASSETTE
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA
ITEM # 4156-0752-01 0933-3907-01 4156-3714-01 4156-3704-01 4156-3708-02 4156-3706-01 4156-3701-04 4156-3709-13 4156-3710-02 4156-3703-01 4156-3707-02 4156-3722-12 4156-3712-02 4156-3713-02 4156-3715-12 4156-7302-01
PART NAME LIFTING PLATE PRESSURE SPRING PRESSURE SPRING REGULATING PLATE PAWL STOPPER CASSETTE BODY REGULATING PLATE DETECTING PLATE REGULATING PLATE PAWL GUIDE LOCK LEVER LOCK LEVER REGULATOR LABEL
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Minolat PageWorks 20 PARTS MANUAL
PARTS LIST : 11. DUPLEX UNIT
INDEX 01AA 02AA 03AA 04AA 05AA 06AA 07AA 08AA 09AA 10AA 11AA 12AA 13AA 14AA 15AA 16AA 17AA 18AA 19AA 20AA 21AA 22AA 23AA 24AA 25AA 26AA 27AA 28AA 29AA 30AA 31AA 32AA 33AA 34AA 35AA 36AA 37AA 38AA 39AA 40AA 41AA 42AA
ITEM # 4157-3604-03 4157-3611-02 4157-3614-01 4157-3612-01 4157-3609-02 4157-3602-01 4157-3606-01 4157-3605-02 4157-3615-01 4157-3603-03 4157-3608-01 4157-3634-01 4157-3613-02 4157-3601-02 4157-6301-01 4157-3607-01 4157-3619-01 4157-3638-01 4157-3633-02 4157-3632-01 0928-1018-01 4157-3622-01 4157-3627-01 4157-3636-02 4157-3631-01 4157-6101-01 4157-0101-02 4157-3635-02 4157-0201-01 4157-3625-01 4157-0202-01 4157-3628-02 4157-3621-01 4157-3623-01 4157-3641-01 4157-3610-01 4157-6802-01 4157-3618-01 4157-6803-02 4157-3617-01 4157-3620-01 4157-3640-01
PART NAME COVER ROLLER ROLL SPRING STOPPER COVER PRESSURE SPRING COVER SHOULDER SCREW COVER SHOULDER SCREW GROUND PLATE BUSHING BASE SWITCH COVER PRESSURE SPRING BRACKET TORSION SPRING ACTUATOR SHOULDER SCREW GEAR 20/43T GEAR 46T HEAT-SINK HEAT-SINK MOTOR PW BOARD-B(WITH IC) GROUND PLATE HEAT-SINK GEAR 11/38T GEAR 22T TENSION SPRING GEAR 20T GEAR 37T HOOK PRESSURE SPRING HARNESS NEUTRALIZING BRUSH HARNESS BRACKET GEAR 37T SEAL
INDEX 43AA 44AA
ITEM # 4157-3616-01 0807-7121-01
PART NAME GROUND PLATE LABEL
QTY 1 4
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12. WIRING ACCESSORIES AND JIGS
INDEX 01AA 01BA 01CA 01DA 02AA 03AA 03BA
ITEM # 9384-1120-41 9384-1310-81 9384-1900-64 9384-1900-65 9384-2600-11 9384-2800-36 9384-2010-21
PART NAME WIRING SADDLE 19.0H WIRING SADDLE 6.4H WIRING SADDLE 13.0H WIRING SADDLE 18.0H EDGE COVER 26H EDGE COVER 15H EDGE COVER 8.5H
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13. SCREWS AND WASHERS
ITEM # 9752201050 PIN
ITEM # 9743030613
PART NAME TAPPING SCREW
SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW
9733-0310-13 9733-0408-13 9733-0330-13
TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW
RETAINING RING RETAINING RING RETAINING RING RETAINING RING RETAINING RING
TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW
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Copyright 1997 MINOLTA Co.,Ltd Printed in Japan
2-1-1 Unpacking and inspection The printer package should contain the items as shown in the figure below. After unpacking, remove the printer and all the accessories from the package. For unpacking, place the box containing the printer on a flat, stable surface. Remove the manuals, toner kit, and other items located on top of the spacer. Then remove the spacer. Carefully remove the printer. Obtain help from other persons if necessary.
Figure 2-1-1 Unpacking 1 Printer 2 Toner container 3 Waste toner bottle 4 Power cord 5 Installation manual 6 Kyocera digital library CD-ROM 7 Plastic bag
1 Printer 2 Toner container 3 Waste toner bottle 4 Power cord
5 Installation manual 6 Kyocera digital library CD-ROM 7 Plastic bag
Figure 2-1-2 List of shipped components
2-2 Installing the printer
Installing the printer requires several steps. Proceed as follows in sequence.
2-2-1 Installing the toner container 1. Open the top cover all the way. 2. Take toner container 1 from the bag. With the label side down and pivoting on the middle of the container, thoroughly shake the toner container (in the direction of the arrows) ten times or more to loosen and mix the toner inside.
Figure 2-2-1 Shake the toner container
3. Carefully remove the protective seal 2.
Figure 2-2-2 Removing the protective seal 4. Install the toner container 2 into the printer. 5. Push firmly on the top of the toner container 2 at the positions marked [PUSH HERE].
Figure 2-2-3 Installing the toner container
Removing the toner container To remove the toner container, pull the lock lever (green colored) 1 and gently lift the toner container. NOTE Do not remove the toner container unless you need to do so for servicing, etc.
Figure- 2-2-4 Removing the toner container
2-2-2 Installing the waste toner bottle The waste toner bottle must be installed in the printer. It must be properly fitted inside the left side cover as explained below. 1. Open the cap 1 of the waste toner bottle 2. 2. Open the side cover 3 and install the waste toner bottle 2 so that it is properly seated in the area under the drum unit. 3. Close the side cover 3.
Figure 2-2-5 Installing the waste toner bottle
Removing the waste toner bottle To remove the waste toner bottle 1, while holding the waste toner bottle 1, press the lock lever 2 aside, then gently remove the waste toner bottle 1 sideways. NOTE Do not remove the waste toner bottle unless you need to do so for service, etc.
Figure 2-2-6 Removing the waste toner bottle
2-2-3 Expanding the memory (DIMM) The FS-1800+ comes standard-equipped with 8 MB of main memory. The FS-1800+ can be expanded up to the maximum of 264 MB (8 MB + 256 MB). Expansion should be done using optional DIMMs (Dual In-line Memory Module). (1) Minimum memory requirements Resolution 600 dpi 1200 dpi Fast mode Fine mode 8 MB 8 MB 8 MB 8 MB 8 MB 12 MB 8 MB 8 MB 8 MB 8 MB 12 MB 12 MB 10 MB 10 MB 10 MB 14 MB 14 MB 14 MB
1. Turn the power switch off. 2. Remove the main board 1 from the printer. (See step 2 to 4, on page 2-12.) 3. Install the hard disk 2 to the hard disk slot 3.
Figure 2-2-11 Installing the option hard disk
(7) Installing the option memory card (CompactFlash) CAUTION Do not insert or remove a memory card (CompactFlash) while power is on. If the memory card is removed while the printer is on, damage could result in the printers electronics or the memory card.
1. Turn the power switch off. 2. Insert the memory card 1 in the memory card slot 2 at the right bottom of the printer. Insert it face up, connector end first. Push it in all the way.
Figure 2-2-12 Installing the option memory card
(8) Installing the option network interface card The main board of the printer is equipped with a network interface card slot (KUIO-LV type, 3.3 V). CAUTION Be sure that no foreign object such as metal chips or liquid get inside the printer during the installation process. Operation of the printer during the presence of a foreign object may lead to fire or electric shock. Turn the printers power switch off. Unplug the printers power cable and disconnect the printer from the computer.
1. Turn the power switch off. 2. Remove the two screws 1 then remove the option interface card slot cover 2. 3. Insert the network interface card 3 to the option interface card slot 4. 4. Fix the network interface card 3 by two screws 1. 5. Connect the network cable 5 to the network interface card 3. 6. Set the network address from the printer operator panel. (Refer to the printers Users Manual)
3 Figure 2-2-13 Installing the option network interface card
2-3 Using the operator panel
This section provides explanation on how to use the printers operator panel. For details on operating the printer, refer to the printers Users Manual. 2-3-1 Operator panel The printers operator panel has the following indicators, keys and message display. Note that adjustments made using these keys may be overridden by those made from within the application software.
Figure 2-3-1 Operator panel (1) Indicators and keys Indicator 1 READY indicator Condition Flashing Lit Off Description An error has occurred that the user can clear. The printer is on-line and ready to print. The printer is off-line. The printers stores but does not print received data. This is also indicates when printing is automatically stopped due to the occurrence of an error. Data transfer between the printer and the computer is taking place. Either data is being processed, or data is being written onto the option CompactFlash or Microdrive. The printer needs maintenance attention or the printer is warming up (Please wait). A problem or an error has occurred that the user can clear, for example, paper jam. Operations are normal.
2 DATA indicator
3 ATTENTION indicator Flashing Lit Off
>Total Print >New Toner Installed Others >
>Resource prot. Off >Resource prot. Permanent >Resource prot. Perm / Temp >Buzzer On >Buzzer Off >Auto Continue Mode On >>Auto Continue Timer 000sec.
Chapter 3 Contents
3-1 Maintenance/Adjustments.... 3-3 3-1-1 Life expectancy of modules... 3-3 3-1-2 Toner container.... 3-4 (1) When to replace the toner container.... 3-4 (2) Notes on changing the toner container... 3-4 (3) Toner container replacement.... 3-5 (4) Toner saver mode (EcoPrint).... 3-6 (5) Replacing the waste toner bottle.... 3-7 3-1-3 Cleaning the printer.... 3-8 (1) Main charger unit.... 3-8 (2) Cleaning the main charger wire and grid... 3-9 Main charger wire..... 3-9 Grid..... 3-10 (3) Paper feed unit.... 3-12 (4) Replacing the developer.... 3-13 Shipping the developer..... 3-13 (5) Developer initialization (Toner install mode)... 3-14 (6) Developer refreshing mode.... 3-15 (7) Drum cleaning mode.... 3-16 3-1-4 Updating the firmware.... 3-17 (1) Firmware program data format... 3-18 (2) Downloading the firmware from the parallel interface... 3-19 (3) Downloading the firmware from the memory card.. 3-21 (4) Downloading errors..... 3-23
3-1-1 Life expectancy of modules The table below shows the nominal life expectancy for modules. Detailed part information for each module (except toner containers) can be found in the separate Parts Catalog. Table 3-1-1 Life expectancy of modules
Module Toner container*1
Drum unit Developer Fuser unit Main charger unit Refurbishment kit*2 *1 : User-replaceable *2 : Includes DK, DV, and FK kits and a feed unit.
Model TK-60 TK-60E DK-63 DV-62 FK-60 MC-60 MK-63
Nominal life (pages) 20,000 10,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000
3-1-2 Toner container Assuming an average toner coverage of 5 % with EcoPrint mode turned off, the toner container TK-60 will need replacing approximately once every 20,000 pages; the toner container TK-60E, approximately once every 10,000 pages.
(5) Replacing the waste toner bottle Note that the printer has a sensor to monitor the presence of the waste toner bottle. The printer does not operate without a waste toner bottle installed. For the reference, the waste toner bottle can hold up to 100 g of waste toner. The nominal amount of waste toner derived after 10,000 pages of printing is 20 to 30 g (Letter or A4 size paper; average print coverage of 5 %). After a prolonged amount of printing low density (coverage) data, the "check waste toner bottle" message may be displayed earlier than the "replace toner clean printer" message. Open the side cover. While holding old the waste toner bottle 1, press the lock lever 2 in the right ward direction. Then gently pull out the waste toner bottle 1. Close the cap 3 of waste toner bottle 1 after removing from the printer. To avoid toner spilling, place the capped waste toner bottle 1 in the plastic bag 4 supplied before forwarding to proper disposal. Locate the new waste toner bottle in the toner kit, and install it in the printer according to section 22-2 Installing the waste toner bottle on page 2-8.
Figure 3-1-3 Removing the old waste toner bottle
3-1-3 Cleaning the printer To avoid print quality problems, the following printer parts must be cleaned with every toner container replacement. (1) Main charger unit The main charger unit should be cleaned in its two parts, the main charger wire and grid (See figure below.) whenever the toner container is changed. Cleaning of the main charger can be done without needing any tools thanks to its self-cleaning system.
Cleaning pad Main charger wire
Shield Cleanig knob
Figure 3-1-4 Main charger unit
(2) Cleaning the main charger wire and grid Main charger wire 1. Open the side cover 1. 2. Pull the cleaning knob (green colored) 2 slowly in and out a few times. NOTE Cleaning knob pulls a cleaning pad inside the drum unit along the main charger wire.
Figure 3-1-5 Cleaning the main charger wire
Grid 1. Take the grid cleaner 1 from protective bag 2 in the new toner kit and remove the cap 3. NOTE The grid cleaner pad is impregnated with water. Perform the following cleaning procedure before the pad dries.
Figure 3-1-6 Grid cleaner 2. Attach the grid cleaner 1 to the drum unit 3 with the pad uppermost as shown in the diagram.
Figure 3-1-7 Attaching the grid cleaner
3. After attaching the grid cleaner, repeat the action of slowly pulling out and then pushing back in the main charger unit at least 5 times. It is easier to pull out the main charger with its front end raised slightly as shown in the figure. The grid part underneath the main charger is cleaned by the wet pad of the grid cleaner.
Figure 3-1-8 Cleaning the grid 4. Remove the grid cleaner from the printer and dispose of it. The grid cleaner is not reusable.
(3) Paper feed unit To avoid print quality problems due to paper dust and debris, clean the paper feed unit in the following manner: Pull the paper feed unit release lever 1 up and draw the paper feed unit all the way out until it stops. Wipe the paper dust on the upper registration roller 2 and the paper ramp 3 using the wiper cloth 4 included in the toner kit. CAUTION Do not touch the transfer roller 5 (black sponge roller) when wiping the paper ramp 3. Area 6 below is factory-applied with lubricating oil. When cleaning the paper feed unit 7, do not use alcohol to clean this area. If the oil is completely removed, an incorrect action of the MP tray paper sensor (8, actuator) will result.
Operator panel message data file name example
Language code Version code: Version 02 Machine code: FS-1800+ (B01) ID code for operator panel massage data jpn: dan: swe: ita: spa: por: rus: pol: cze: Japanese Dutch Swedish Italian Spanish Portuguese Russian Polish Czech
(2) Downloading the firmware from the parallel interface This section explains how to download firmware data from the parallel interface. The printer system can automatically recognize whether the data to be overwritten is for the engine firmware, the controller firmware or operator panel message data. CAUTION Downloading the controller firmware takes several minutes. Do not turn power off during downloading.
MS-DOS is required for a downloading from the parallel interface. The computer must be connected to the printer with a parallel cable.
1 Turn power switch on. 2 At the DOS prompt, send the command to the printer that engages the printer in the supervisor mode. 3 Copy the firmware data to the printer. (See the flow chart below) [System firmware ex. SB01KA8200.bcmp, Engine firmware ex. EB01KA002.x01, Operator panel message data ex. dm0102.spa]
1 Power switch: On
Message display Self test
>Supervisor mode Parallel waiting
>COPY/B SB01K8200.bcmp PRN >COPY/B EB01KA002.x01 PRN >COPY/B dm0102.spa PRN
To the next page
S : System firmware E : Engine firmware M : Operator panel message data
4 Supervisor mode. The parallel interface is waiting for the firmware data. 5 Receiving the firmware data. 6 The system DIMM or flash ROM is overwritten with the new firmware data. 7 Firmware downloading is finished. (When more than one data are down loaded, the data display can be changed by pressing any key.) 8 Turn power switch off and on. 9 Check the that printer gets Ready.
From the previous page
S : System firmware E : Engine firmware M : Operator panel message data : Shows only included firmeware of boot program (".bcmp" extension file).
Supervisor mode parallel waiting
data receiving >>>>>>>>>>>
erase&write DIMM erasing #??
6 engine download
6 message download
DIMM writing <<<<<<<<<<u
A C B G D B G
A002 01/08/07 2
04 01/08/07 2
8 Power switch: Off/On
A: u= Extracting W= Writing V= Verifiying C: Version B: Machine code D: Language E: Year/Month/Day F: [Checksum] G: Means more than one data
Confirm that the status page shows the new engine firmware, system firmware or operator panel message data version (See Appendix B on page B-4). If the message display indicates download error, refer to section Downloading errors on page 3-23.
(3) Downloading the firmware from the memory card To download data written in a memory card (CompactFlash) to the printer, proceed as explained in this section. CAUTION Downloading firmware takes several minutes. Do not turn power off during downloading. If downloading is interrupted by an accidental power failure, etc., the system DIMM may have to be replaced. The firmware program data must be stored to the root directory of the memory card (CompactFlash).
1 Turn power switch off. 2 Insert the memory card in the printers memory card slot. 3 Turn power switch on. 4 The printer is automatically engaged in the supervisor mode. The parallel interface receives for the firmware data.
1 Power switch: Off 2
3 Power switch: On
5 Data are transferred to the RAM on the main board. 6 The system DIMM or Flash ROM is overwritten with the new firmware data. 7 Firmware download is finished. (When more than one data are down loaded, the data display can be changed by pressing any key. 8 Turn power switch off. 9 Remove the memory card. 0 Turn power switch on. ! Check the printer gets Ready.
Supervisor mode CF-CARD Reading
8 Power switch: Off 9
A: u= Extracting W= Writing V= Verifiying B: Version C: Machine code D: Language E: Year/Month/Day F: [Checksum] G: Means more than one data
(2) Engine board
Eraser lamp control circuit ERASE ERDEAD* WTNLED Waste toner full detection circuit WTONFUL* EECLK EEDIO Paper gauge sensing circuit PAPVOL CASIZE
Engine board OPRDY* Address/Data multiplex bus AD0 - AD7 Address bus A8 - A19 Address bus LA0 - LA7
A8 - A17
Flash ROM (U202) FRCS*
Engine gate array (U204)
+5V1, +24V1, +24V2 ZCROSS THERM Thermisor blown-out THDEAD* detection Abnormal HTEMP* temperature detection HEATON circuit Heater lamp control circuit AIRTEMP, AIRWET WETCK1, WETCK2 VSEREQ* SIOUT
CPU (U201) RD*, WR*, ALE 5VSAVE* 5 V DC power saver SOOUT, SCLKOUT SYSCLK GAINT RESET* Reset IC (U203) RESET*
Power supply unit
3+24V1 terminal +5V3 regulator (U208) POLCLK, POLON, POLRDY* PDIN* SAMPLE1*, POWCONT LASER* BFANON Controller unit fan motor driver circuit Scanner unit
REGPAP, TCOVOP, SCOVOP*,FCOVOP*, HEATON* FDPFUL*, EXITPAP*
Controller unit fan motor
Bus buffer (U206) Option unit Bus buffer (U207)
FDON, FUON MMOTRDY*
OPTSDI OPSEL0-2 OPSEL3-5
MMOTON, MPFSOL, FEDDR, MIDDR, REGDR Cooling fan motor driver circuit Toner motor control circuit FANON* FANSPD FPRST* TMOTON TNMOC DLPTYPE, CONTYPE TONSCAN TNEMP* MCHON, TRCHON, RTRCHON*, TRVSEL1,TRVSEL2, TRVSEL3, TRTCHON, HVCLK1, HVCLK2 HUNIT*, HANDS*
OPSDI, OPRDY* SYSRES*, SDIR, VDFON1*, PDOUT*, 20PTRIG, SBSY* EGIR, VDFON1* SCLKIN, SOIN FPCLK, FPDIR FPDATA +3.3V1
Figure 4-3-6 Engine board circuit block diagram
Eraser lamp control circuit CPU (U201) turns on its #59 pin to H and turns Q215 and Q214 on. Current flows through Q214 and R249, then the eraser lamp, activating the lamp. Current also routes through R251 and R252 as bled by R251. Point A below is approximately 14.5 V when the eraser lamp is normal. If the eraser lamp blows out or the connector is not fitted, current goes through only R251 and R252, subsequently the potential at point A is as high as approximately 24 V. Difference in the potential at point A where the eraser lamp is normal or not is automatically detected as an error. When anomaly is detected with the eraser lamp, the detector circuit turns Q216 on and turns ERDEAD* at #60 pin of CPU (U201) to L. This in turn causes CPU (U201) to determine that the eraser lamp is faulty, displaying Call service personE5.
Engine board Eraser lamp cotrol circuit CPU U201
QP37/SOT0CLK ERASE GND R252 Q216 R250 P40/SCKERDEAD* R251 D2207 GND +24V
3 Q214 2
YC2 ERASEDR ERASER
Eraser lamp [board]
Figure 4-3-7 Eraser lamp control circuit
Toner motor control circuit As TMOTON at #15 of gate array (U204) turns to H, Q218 and Q217 turn on, and +24 V reaches Q217, R265 and the toner motor, finally driving the toner motor. If the toner motor is overloaded by some reasons, an overcurrent may flow through the toner motor beyond the predetermined level, turning Q220 on. Q220, when turned on, causes the current from the +24 V power supply to flow through Q217, Q220, R267, R268, and to the ground. Consequently, approximately 3.9 V (H) develops at point A, as limited by the combination of R267, R268, and DZ206. This voltage is used as TNMOC - toner motor error - which is applied to #17 of CPU (U201). Thus, CPU determines the toner motor error and lets Call service personE9 be indicated.
Toner motor control circuit
QTMOTON 3 TMOTON 2
3 Q217 2
1 GND QR267 TNMOC 17 TNMOC R268 DZ2 R266
Figure 4-3-8 Toner motor control circuit
Heater lamp control circuit The heater lamp control circuit turns the heater lamp on and off which is located coaxially inside the heat roller. The surface of the roller maintains the constant temperature needed to permanently fuse the toner on paper. The heater lamp is directly fed with AC primary power (220 - 240 V) which is supplied from the power supply unit.
+5V1 +5V1 +5V1 R+ 4 U205-2
+5V1 QA201B 4
Engine gate array (U204) HEATON 4
CPU (U201) HTEMP* 63
R233 1M 393 + R228 1.3k
PC TRC AC Power supply unit
Thermisor Heater lamp
Fuser board Thermal cutout
Figure 4-3-9 heater lamp control circuit
As change in temperature is detected by the thermistor, CPU U201 adjusts the voltage that is resultant of change in temperature, given at pin #3 (THERM) to keep the temperature as constant as possible. This voltage is used to continuously switch the fuser lamp on and off. If pin #4 (HEATON) of the engine gate array U204 is H level, transistor Q204 (pin #2) turns on, the photo coupler (PC) on the power supply unit turns on, and the triac (TRC) turns on, consequently the heater lamp is AC powered and lights. The heater lamp continuously turns on and off to maintain the temperature on the heater roller at approximately 188 C (Normal paper, A4), 175 C (Thin paper, A4), and 190 C (Thick paper, A4) for printing and approximately 150 C at standby (Ready). Refer to section Fusing on page 4-15. Abnormal temperature detection circuit The thermal cutout device which is connected in series with the heater lamp, constitutes the abnormal temperature detection circuit including of comparators U205-2, R217, R219, etc. Pin #5 of the comparator U205-2 is continuously given with the voltage by resistors R217 and R219, which simulate the voltage given if an abnormally high temperature develops. Pin #6 receives the voltage the thermistor detects. For instance, the heater lamp happens not to switch off, the voltage the thermistor gives at pin #6 will become unusually high, and as soon as it exceeds the voltage at pin #5, pin #7 of the comparator U205-2 output changes to L level. This in turn turns transistors QA201B and QA201A on, and turns QA201A (pin #6) to L level. Since pins #6 of the transistor QA201A and #2 of transistor Q204 are connected to each other, pin #4 of the engine gate array U204, even though it is currently at H level, is enforced to be H level, effectively disabling the heater lamp. Pin #7, the output from comparator U205-2, changes to L. Then, it is output to #63 of CPU (U201) which in turn determines that an unusual temperature has developed in the fuser, indicating Call service personE4. Thermistor blown-out detection The thermistor is monitored by the combination of comparator U205-1, R233, and R238. Extremely low potential is applied to pin #3 of U205-1 by means of R233 and R238. Whereas, pin #2 is applied with the voltage the thermistor detects. In normal state, as the heater lamp glows, the voltage detected by the thermistor is greater than the potential at #3 of U205-1, making the U205-1 output to L and sent to #54 (THDEAD) of CPU. When the thermistor has blown, pin #2 of U205-1 becomes zero which is well lower than the potential at pin #3 of U205-1, the comparator output becomes H, delivering THDEAD at pin #54 of CPU. CPU uses this signal to determine that the thermistor is faulty and displays Call service personE4.
Figure 5-2-24 Removing drive unit
8. Remove four screws 6. 9. Remove the main motor 7 from the drive unit 3.
Figure 5-2-25 Removing the main motor
5-2-11 Removing and splitting the fuser unit WARNING The fuser unit is hot after the printer was running. Wait until it cools down.
1. Remove three connectors 1. 2. Remove two screws 2. 3. Remove the fuser unit 3 from the frame unit.
Figure 5-2-26 Removing the fuser unit
4. Remove the rear cover 4 and the spring 5. 5. Remove the solenoid actuator 6. 6. Remove the change guide 7. 7. Remove one connector 8.
Figure 5-2-27 Removing the rear cover and change guide
8. Remove two screws 9. 9. Split the fuser unit 0.
Figure 5-2-28 Splitting the fuser unit
(1) Removing the separators WARNING The separators are extremely hot immediately after the printer was running. Allow substantial period of time until it cools down.
1. Remove and split the fuser unit. See page 5-29. 2. Remove the upper exit guide 1 while unlatching three latches 2. 3. Remove the exit pulley 3. 4. Hold the separator 4 upright and remove the separator 4 and the separator spring 5.
Step 1 Step 2
Figure 5-2-29 Removing the separators
(2) Removing the heater lamp WARNING The heater lamp is extremely hot immediately after the printer was running. Allow substantial period of time until it cools down.
The heater lamps are fragile. Use extreme care when handling not to drop or break. Do not directly touch on the heater lamp. Finger prints on the heater lamps outer surface can prevent proper fusing of toner on paper. When holding the heater lamp, hold the ceramic parts of heater lamp at both ends.
When refitting the heater lamp, direct the wattage making side facing the gear side. 1. Remove and split the fuser unit. See page 5-29. 2. Remove the lamp support 1. 3. Remove one screw 2 then remove the lamp holder 3. 4. Remove the heater lamp 4 from the heat roller 5.
Figure 5-2-30 Removing the heater lamp
(3) Removing the heat roller WARNING The heat roller is extremely hot immediately after the printer was running. Allow a substantial period of time until it cools down.
1. Remove and split the fuser unit. See page 5-29. 2. Remove the heater lamp. See the previous page. 3. Remove the separators. See page 5-32. 4. Pull up both heat R bush 1 and heat L bush 2 at the same time. 5. Remove heat gear Z36 3, heat R bush 1, and heat L bush 2 from the heat roller 4.
Figure 5-2-31 Removing the heat roller
Missing duplex drawer Opt.Stacker unit rear cover open Option interface A failure has occurred with the (option) network interface card. Error Check the (option) network interface card installed on the printer. : Alarm buzzer sounds when an error occurs. Press the CANCEL key to stop the alarm buzzer.
Message Option tray ## paper full Paper feed unit Open Paper jam ###############
Corrective action The sorter tray indicated by # is now full. Remove the paper from the tray. Open the paper feed unit, then close tightly. Open the top cover or the paper feed unit and correct the paper jam (or paper mis-feeding in the cassette). The location of the paper jam is also indicated in place of the # 's. On-line help messages which are useful for correcting the paper jam will be displayed by pressing the key. See section 6-1-7 Correcting a Paper Jam on page 648. There is still paper in the option sorter's tray indicated by # when the power was turned on or the sorters mode was switched. Remove all the paper inside the sorter. Replace the toner container using a new toner kit. The printer does not operate when this message is displayed. See section Toner container replacement on page 3-5. Open the side cover, then close tightly. Replace the toner container using a new toner kit. See section Toner container replacement on page 3-5. Open the top cover, then close tightly.
Remove paper option tray ## Replace toner Clean printer Side cover Open Toner low TK-60 Top cover Open Warning image adapt Warning Low memory
Printing job cannot be done in current resolution because there is not enough memory. Try adding more memory or change resolution. The printer 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. : Alarm buzzer sounds when an error occurs. Press the CANCEL key to stop the alarm buzzer.
(2) Error messages Message Call service personAn:0123456 Call service personBn:0123456 Call service personCn:0123456 Call service personDn:0123456 Call service personEn:0123456 Call service personFn Call service person99 File not found Press GO Corrective action (Refer to section 6-1-2 Diagnostic (Service error messages) on page 6-11.) (Refer to section 6-1-2 Diagnostic (Service error messages) on page 6-11.) (Refer to section 6-1-2 Diagnostic (Service error messages) on page 6-11.) (Refer to section 6-1-2 Diagnostic (Service error messages) on page 6-11.) (Refer to section 6-1-2 Diagnostic (Service error messages) on page 6-11.) (Refer to section 6-1-2 Diagnostic (Service error messages) on page 6-11.) (Refer to section 6-1-2 Diagnostic (Service error messages) on page
6-11.) VMB: A VMB tray that was specified for output does not contain any jobs, or the VMB tray is not being used. Confirm the VMB tray. If Auto Continue is set to On, printing will be automatically resumed after a preset period of time. Refer to printers Users Manual. Format error This message appears when the printer is in the ready state and the Memory Card memory card (CompactFlash) is not formatted, and therefore cannot be read or written. Refer to printers Users Manual. Format error Initialization (formatting) of the hard disk is required. Initialize the Hard disk hard disk (Microdrive). Refer to printers Users Manual. Hard disk error## Look at the error code given in place of # # and refer to the Press GO corresponding description given below. 01: Hard disk (Microdrive) format error. If this error recurs even if the power has been turned off and then on, reformat the hard disk. 02: The disk system is not installed. Recheck the requirements for using the system and the devices. 04: There is no available hard disk (Microdrive) space. Delete unnecessary files, etc., in order to free up space. 05: The specified file does not exist in the hard disk (Microdrive). 06: There is no memory available to the hard disk (Microdrive) system. Increase the available memory. : Alarm buzzer sounds when an error occurs. Press the CANCEL key to stop the alarm buzzer.
Message Hard disk error## Press GO
Corrective action 10: Formatting is not possible because host data is being spooled on the hard disk (Microdrive). Wait until the hard disk is ready, and then format. 85: VMB. Alias error (The alias setting was lost, or the VMB tray corresponding to the alias does not exist.) Set alias again. 97: Code job. The number of permanent code job reached the limit value, and no more can be saved. Either delete some unnecessary jobs, etc., or increase the limit. 99: A print job for the specified ID does not exist in the hard disk (Microdrive). This message is displayed when you attempt to use the printer's operator panel to change the environmental settings on the interface from which data are presently being received. The ID entered for a private job, or a stored job is not correct. Check
the ID that is set using the printer driver. Insert the same You have inserted a wrong memory card (CompactFlash) when the memory card Insert again message was displayed. Remove the wrong memory card from the printer's memory card slot and insert the correct memory card. The printer again reads it from the beginning of the data. KPDL Error ## PostScript error has occurred and current print processing cannot Press GO continue. To print out an error report, display > Print KPDL errs from the menu selection system, and select On. Press the GO key to resume printing. You can abandon printing by the CANCEL key. If Auto Continue is set to On, printing will be automatically resumed after a preset period of time. Refer to printers Users Manual. Memory card err The memory card (CompactFlash) is accidentally removed from the Insert again printer's memory card slot during reading. If you continue reading the memory card, insert the same memory card into the slot again. The printer again reads it from the beginning of the data. Note: We recommend that you follow the reading procedure from the beginning to ensure correct reading of the memory card. : Alarm buzzer sounds when an error occurs. Press the CANCEL key to stop the alarm buzzer.
Message Memory overflow Press GO
The total amount of data received by the printer exceeds the printers internal memory. Try adding more memory (expansion DIMM). Press the GO key to resume printing. You can abandon printing by the CANCEL key. If Auto Continue is set to On, printing will be automatically resumed after a preset period of time. Refer to printers Users Manual. MemoryCard err## This message appears when an error occurred during access to the Press GO memory card (CompactFlash) using the PRESCRIBE 2e RWER command or from the printer's operator panel. Look at the error code given in place of ## and refer to the corresponding description given below: 01: The memory card (CompactFlash) does not meet the requirement. This memory card cannot be used by this printer. Insert a memory card which complies with the requirements. (See section 1-1-2 Available option memory/device on page 1-6.) 02: The memory card is not installed. Check the requirements for using the memory card. 04: The capacity of the memory card is insufficient. Clean up files. 05: Specified file not found on the memory card. 06: Insufficient printer memory to support a memory card. Expand printer memory. Paper path error There is no cassette in the feeder, or the cassette is not inserted properly. When two or more option feeders are installed and the lowest one is selected, the same message will appear if any of the upper feeder cassettes and the printer cassette is improperly installed. The data transferred to the printer was too complex to print on a page. Print overrun Press the GO key to resume printing. (The page may break in some Press GO pages.) You can abandon printing by the CANCEL key. Note: After this message has been displayed, Page protect mode will be On. To maintain optimum use of memory during printing, display >Page protect from the operator panel, and re-select Auto. Refer to printers Users Manual. If Auto Continue is set to On, printing will be automatically resumed after a preset period of time. Refer to printers Users Manual. : Alarm buzzer sounds when an error occurs. Press the CANCEL key to stop the alarm buzzer.
(11) CF Option bulk paper stacker HS-8E motor error Meaning Motor error in the option bulk paper stacker HS-8E. Suggested causes Corrective action Defective harness (S02400) between engine Replace engine board board and option unit interface connector. (KP-864). See page 5-22. Defective option bulk paper stacker HS-8E. R e p l a c e h a r n e s s (S02400).
(12) E0 Communication error Meaning Communication between the engine board and the main board is failed. Suggested causes Corrective action Defective gate array (U02) on the main board. Replace the main board (KP-777). See page 5-24. Connector failure between the engine board V e r i f y c o n n e c t o r (KP-864) and main board (KP-777). connections. Overrun in the engine system, deactivating the Replace the engine board program flash ROM (U202) on the engine (KP-864). See page 5-22. board (KP-864).
(13) E1 Main motor error Meaning The main motor is overloaded. Suggested causes Corrective action Overcurrent in the main motor circuitry due to Follow the flow chart an excessive torque. below. Connector insertion error. Defective gate array U204 on the engine board (KP-864). Defective harness between engine board and engine relay board (KP-760). Defective harness between engine relay board (KP-760) and main motor.
Call service personE1:0123456
Turn power switch off. Remove and check harness (S02405) between engine board (KP-864) and engine relaly board (KP-760), or harness (S02401) between engine board (KP864) and main motor. No Yes Turn power switch on. Replace harness (S02405) between engine board (KP-864) and engine relaly board (KP-760). Print status page.
Print status page.
Does pin #3 (MMOTON*) of YC802 on engine board (KP-864) goes high, then low? Yes
+24 V DC at #1 pin of YC802 on engine board (KP-864) ? Yes
No Replace engine relay board (KP-760). See page 5-15.
Does pin #7 (MMOTRDY*) of YC802 on engine board goes low, after pin #3 (MMOTON*) of YC802 goes low? Yes Replace engine board (KP-864). See page 5-22.
NOTE: If the problem is not solved by this flow chart replace the following items: Harness (S02401) between engine relay board (KP-760) and engine board (KP-864) Drive unit (See page 5-27.) Engine board (KP-864) and main motor (replace at the same time)
Replace Main motor. See page 5-27.
(14) E2 Laser scanner unit (Polygon motor) error Meaning POLRDY* does not go low within 20 seconds after POLON* goes low (When starting) or within 16 seconds after REGPAP signal goes high (during printing). Suggested causes Corrective action Defective gate array U204 on the engine board. Follow the flow chart Defective polygon motor. below. Improper connector insertion. Defective harness between laser scanner unit and engine board.
Call service personE2:01234546
NOTE: Pins of YC206 connector are crowded and tiny. When if measuring signal, contact measurement probe with pins of YC206 connector accurately. Print status page.
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