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Flange 2 tabs Gear
F If you replaced the film, initialize the new film by pressing the 6 Pull the empty spool toward the back of the compartment, unwinding the film as you pull.
FUNCTION key, the "6" key, and the "#" key on the operation panel. Make sure that INITIALIZE FILM appears in the display, and then press the START key. (Do not perform this step if you installed the initial sample roll of film.)
3. Assembly and connections
1 Plug the power cord into a 120 V, 60 Hz, grounded (3-prong)
Caution: Do not plug the power cord into any other kind of outlet. This will damage the machine and is not covered under the warranty.
4. Loading printing paper
The paper tray holds the paper on which received documents and copies are printed. Up to 200 sheets of letter or legal size paper from 16 to 24 lbs. (60 to 90 g/m2) can be loaded in the tray.
1 Remove the paper cover if it is on the paper tray.
If you are going to load legal size paper, flip up the paper tray
2 Connect the handset as shown and place it on the handset rest.
Insert one end of the telephone line cord into the "TEL. LINE" jack. Insert the other end into a standard (RJ11C) single-line telephone wall jack. Be sure to insert the telephone line cord into the "TEL. LINE" jack. Do not insert into the "TEL. SET" jack.
2 Fan the paper, and then tap the edge against a flat surface to
even the stack.
TEL LIN. E
3 Insert the paper tray into the back of the fax as shown.
3 Pull the paper release plate toward you and insert the stack of
paper into the tray, print side down.
If paper remains in the tray, take it out and combine it into a single
stack with the new paper before adding the new paper.
4 If desired, attach the original document support by inserting the
ends into the holes in the bottom of the fax as shown.
4 Replace the paper cover on the paper tray and then push the
paper release plate back down.
5. Clearing paper jams
If a document doesnt feed properly during transmission or copying, or DOCUMENT JAMMED appears in the display, first try pressing the START key. If the document doesnt feed out, open the operation panel (grasp the front edge at the "PANEL RELEASE" mark and pull up) and pull it out gently.
Important: Be sure to replace the paper cover before you
push the paper release plate down.
Cursor right Press this key to move the cursor to the right.
Symbols Press either key repeatedly until the desired symbol appears (see the symbol list on the following page).
 Quick reference guide
FUNCTION key menu
The following chart shows the layout of the functions and settings accessed by pressing the FUNCTION key. First press the FUNCTION key, the appropriate numeric key as shown, and then "#" or " " until the desired item appears. Instructions for making each setting appear in the display. If you have any difficulty, refer to the detailed instructions on the page shown below the setting.
Timer Mode Send Mode Poll Mode
Listing Mode Activity Report Timer List Telephone Number List Passcode List Option Setting List Anti Junk Fax Number List Program and Group List Caller ID List
Entry Mode Fax/Tel Numbers for Auto Dialing Own Number and Name Set Polling Security Select Passcode Numbers for Polling Date and Time Set Daylight Saving Store Junk Number Priority Call Number
Optional Settings Fine Resolution Priority Number of Rings in Auto Mode Recall Wait Interval Fax Signal Receive Recall Times Junk Number Check Tel/Fax Remoter Number Remote Reception Select Transaction Report Print Select Dial Mode ECM TAD Connected Quiet Detect Time Fax Reception When TAD Fails Distinctive Ringing
Cover Sheet Cover Sheet Header
Print Set-up Initialize Film Reception Ratio 2 in 1 Print Paper Type Set Paper Size Set Copy Cut-off
Program/Group Program Entry Mode Group Entry Mode
Polling Caller ID Auto Cover Sheet Activity Report Auto Print
Print Setup List
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
To set date and time, press the following keys: "DATE & TIME SET" will appear in the display.
Press the START key: Enter two digits for the Month (01 through 12). Enter two digits for the Date (01 through 31).
TEL SET. TEL LIN. E
Enter two digits for the Year (00 through 99). Enter two digits for the Hour (01 through 12). Enter two digits for the Minute (00 through 59).
If the dial mode cannot be set, repeat the dial mode operation, performing the following operation. After the power is turned on and "WAIT A MOMENT" is indicated, press the STOP key.
STOP KEY "Power ON" + +
"Power ON" and keep the STOP key pressed while "WAIT A." is indicated. Press the START key when "MEMORY CLEAR?" appears.
Memory clear (Work + Backup)
2. Diagnostic items
ITEM No. DIRECT key Contents SOFT SWITCH MODE ROM & RAM CHECK AGING MODE PANEL KEY TEST CHECK PATTERN SIGNAL SEND MODE MEMORY CLEAR CCD ADJUST MODE ALL BLACK PRINT AUTO FEEDER MODE ENTRY DATA SEND ENTRY DATA RECEIVE Function Soft switches are displayed and changed. List can be output. ROM is sum-checked, and RAM is matched. Result list is output. 10 sheets of check patterns are output every 5 minutes per sheet. Panel keys are tested. Check pattern is output. Various signals of FAX communication are output. Back-up memory is cleared, and is set at delivery. Optical system is adjusted. To check the print head, whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m. Insertion and discharge of document are tested. Registered content is sent. Registered content is received, and its list is output.
3. Diagnostic items description 3. 1. Soft switch mode
Used to change the soft switch settings. The soft switch which is stored internally is set by using the keys. The available soft switches are SW-A1 to SW-M2. The content of soft switches is shown in page 2-5 to 2-16. The contents are set to factory default settings.
3. 6. Signal send mode
The mode is used to send various signals to the circuit during FAX communication. Every push of START key sends a signal in the following sequence. Moreover, the signal sound is also output to the speaker when the line monitor of the soft switch is on.  No signal (CML signal turned on)  9600bps  7200bps  4800bps
3. 2. ROM & RAM check
ROM executes the sum check, and RAM executes the matching test. The result will be notified with the number of short sounds of the buzzer as well as by printing the ROM & RAM check list. Number of short sounds of buzzer 0 No error 1 ROM error 2 RAM error (32Kbyte)
 2400bps  300bps (FLAG)  2100Hz (CED)  1100Hz (CNG)  END The signal can be checked by plugging the handset into the TEL line connector on the rear of the machine.
3. 3. Aging mode
If any document is first present, copying will be executed sheet by sheet. If no document is present, the check pattern will be printed sheet by sheet. This operation will be executed at a rate of one sheet per 5minutes, and will be ended at a total of 10 sheets.
3. 12. Entry data receive
This mode is used to receive the registered data which is sent from the remote machine and to register the received data in the machine. When this mode is used to receive the information, the remote machine must be set to the entry data send mode. The information to be sent is as follows. 1. Telephone number registration list 2. Sender registration list 3. Setting of optional setting 4. Soft switch setting 5. Junk FAX number 6. Timer reservation data (timer-communicatable type) 7. Bus code No. (only for the type with hold function) 8. Program/group information 9. Security switch for hold time 10. Registration data of caller ID and concerned 11. Setting of printer and concerned
4. How to make soft switch setting
To enter the soft switch mode, make the following key entries in sequence.
Press FUNCTION key.
S F T SW-A1 = S F T SW-A1 = 0 0
Press key. key.
S F T SW-A1 = 0 0
Bit1 - 8 are set.
Press START key during setting.
S F T SW-A2 = 0 0
Soft SW-A2 - SW-M2 are set.
S F T SW-M2 = 0 0
To finish the settings halfway between SW-A1 and SW-M2, press the STOP key. In this case, the setting being done to the SW No. on display will be nullified while settings done to the preceding SW Nos. remain in effect. When the COPY key is pressed, the contents of soft switches are printed.
The soft switch mode is terminated.
5. Soft switch description Soft switch
SW DATA NO. NO. 3 SW l AProtect from echo Forced 4800 BPS reception Footer print Length limitation of copy/send/receive CSI transmission DIS receive acknowledgement during G3 transmission Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission modem EOL detect timer Modem speed 1 SW l ASW l A2 SW l A2 SW l A8 Error criterion Anti junk fax check Yes Reserved Reserved Digital cable equalizer setting (Reception for Caller ID) 7.2km No. 5 No. ~ 20 % 5 ~ 10 % No 0km OPTION Protocol monitor (error print) Protocol monitor Line monitor Digital line equalization setting (Reception) No. 1 No. 2 Printed at com. err Yes Yes 7.2km Not printed No No 0km MR coding ECM mode ECM MMR mode Reserved Reserved Reserved Signal transmission level No. = Binary input 0 No No No Senders information transmit Reserved Communication error treatment in RTN sending mode (reception) CNG transmission CED tone signal interval No. 1 No. 2 No communication error No 1000ms Communication error Yes 750ms Yes Yes Yes 500ms 75ms OPTION No No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 1 ITEM No Yes Yes No limit No transmitted Twice Yes 25 s V.29 9600bps 7200bps Yes Switch setting and function 1 Yes No No Copy/send: 1m Receive: 1.5m Transmitted NSF: Once DIS: Twice No 13 s V.27 ter 4800bps 2400bps 0 Initial setting Remarks
SW-D2 No. 6, No. 7 CI off detection timer (Distinctive ring setting off only) Set the minimum time period of CI signal interruption which affords to be judged as a CI OFF section.
SW-D2 No. 8 High frequency cut when caller ID detecting If an error occurs when the caller ID is detected by a circuit, set the switch to "1". SW-E1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-E2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-F1 No. 1, No. 2 DTMF detect time Used to set detect time of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) used in remote reception (5 ). The longer the detect time is, the less the error detection is caused by noises. SW-F1 No. 3 Protection of remote Used to set the function of remote reception (5 the remote reception function is disabled. (Corresponding to TEL made by GE) P. B. X. ). When set to "1",
SW-F1 No. 4 Remote reception with GE telephone "1": Compatible with TEL mode by GE "0": Not compatible
4S 2S 2S 1.5S 3S 1S 4S 1.5S 0.5S 0.5S 4S
When sending (5
) for remote reception with a GE manufactured telephone remote reception may not take place because of special specifications in their DTMF. To overcome this, a soft SW is provided to change the modem setting to allow for remote reception. affected.
If this soft SW is set to "1", other telephone sets may be adversely
SW-F1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Remote operation code figure by external TEL (0 ~ 9) Remote operation codes can be changes from 0 through 9. If set to greater than 9, it defaults to 9. The "5 " is not changed. Ex-7 (Default: 5 ) SW-F2 No. 1 CNG detection in STAND-BY mode When setting to "1", the CNG signal detection function during standby stops. SW-F2 No. 2, No. 3 Number of CNG detect (AM mode) Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses.
RING PATTERN 1 for USA
0.8S 0.4S 1S
0.8S 4S 1S 1S 3S 0.3S 0.2S 4S
RING PATTERN 2 for USA
0.3S 1S 0.2S
RING PATTERN 3 for USA
0.4S 0.4S 0.8S 0.2S 0.2S 1S 0.5S
SW-F2 No. 4, No. 5 Number of CNG (STAND-BY mode) Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses. SW-F2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-G1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Quiet detect time When an answering machine is connected, if a no sound state is detected for a certain period of time, the machine judges it as a transmission from a facsimile machine and automatically switches to the FAX mode. SW-G1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Quiet detect start timing Inserts a pause before commencing quiet detection. SW-G2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0".
2) Structure of recording mechanism
Recording is achieved by applying a suitable pressure to the thermal head through the imaging film of the recording paper feed roller and the recording paper. The main scanning is electronically done, and the sub-scanning is mechanically done (by sending the recording paper with the recording paper feed roller).
The following items are described as the simplified checking method. Are the power and signal cables of the thermal head suitably treated? Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head pressure spring is replaced? Is the feed roller of the recording paper concentric? (Density is uneven at intervals.) Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head is replaced? Is the imaging film stained or wrinkled?
 Disassembly and assembly procedures
This chapter mainly describes the disassembly procedures. For the assembly procedures, reverse the disassembly procedures. Easy and simple disassembly/assembly procedures of some parts and units are omitted. For disassembly and assembly of such parts and units,
refer to the Parts List.
The numbers in the illustration, the parts list and the flowchart in a same section are common to each other. To assure reliability of the product, the disassembly and the assembly procedures should be performed carefully and deliberately. Operation panel unit, document guide lower and rear cover
Parts list (Fig. 1)
No. Part name Mechanism unit Operation panel unit Screw (312) Side cover Screw (312) Screw (310) Rear cabinet Screw (310) Qty No. Part name Hook switch lever Document guide lower unit Transfer gear Transfer bearing Transfer roller Feed gear assy Feed roller Document guide lower Qty 1 1
Hook the three lock nail to LOWER CABINET.
An attachment rib is attached in accordance with hole.
Document guide upper
Parts list (Fig. 2)
No. 9 Part name Operation panel unit Screw (310) Document guide upper unit Panel lock lever spring Panel lock lever Idler gear (28Z) Idler gear (20Z) Transfer gear Rear sheet Qty 1 No. Part name Transfer bearing Transfer roller Separate spring Separate plate Paper feed spring Separation rubber Pinch roller spring Pinch roller shaft Pinch roller Document guide upper Qty 2 1
After mounting to the 12 fulcrum and push down to the direction of arrow mark. 19
A hook of a document guide upper is fit to positioning rib of panel unit.
Parts list (Fig. 3) No. 11 Screw (2.66)
Operation panel unit Insulation sheet Operation panel PWB unit 12 key Start key Stop key Mode key Direct key Panel cable Operation panel
rib Panel PWB
Note) Keep the panel PWB to under the rib like a picture.
Ass'y process a b Rib
Note) The LCD PWB should be securely locked by the click of the panel case.
Top cover and head frame unit
Parts list (Fig. 4) No. Top cover unit Screw (310)
Qty 1 1
Head frame unit Hopper guide, right Hopper guide, left Screw Pinion gear Hopper spring Top cover
Confirm of HOPPER GUIDE position.
HOPPER GUIDE, RIGHT Rib HOPPER GUIDE, LEFT
GAP 0 Rib
HEAD EARTH CABLE HEAD CABLE
Head frame and thermal head
Parts list (Fig. 5)
No. Part name Release knob Lock spring Lock lever Screw (310) Pop up spring Cut washer Film guide shaft Head guide sheet Thermal head unit Head spring G Qty No. Part name Head spring B Head spring F Head frame Head cable Screw (36) Head earth cable Head guide, right Screw (36) Head guide, left Thermal head Qty 1 1
Fix position of EARTH CABLE.
Paper out guide
Parts list (Fig. 6) No. Screw (310)
Mechanism unit Paper out guide unit Idler gear A Take-up gear Slip gear assy Cut washer Film shaft C PO pinch roller spring PO pinch roller Clamp Paper out guide
Recording paper hopper, speaker and pinch roller
Parts list (Fig. 7)
No. 9 Part name Mechanism unit Screw (312) RP hopper unit Paper guide Screw RP release spring RP release gear, right RP release gear, left RP release plate Qty 1 No. 18 Part name Paper up plate RP pad Cassette spring RP hopper Screw Seaker Pinch roller spring Pinch roller Pinch roller shaft Qty 1
Position of pinch shaft,roller,spring
Main frame, ROM cover, memory cover, drive unit and optical unit
Parts list (Fig. 8) No. 11 Screw (310) ROM cover Memory cover Screw (310)
Reduction gear B Drive unit Screw (310) Main frame unit Optical unit Clamp
Must on the MAIN FRAME to BOTTOM CABINET when combine this GEAR.
Main frame, U turn guide and transfer roller etc.
(The circuit is located in the control PWB.)
The status of on-hook switch (RHS) is determined from the
logical level of RHS signal. RHS LOW: ON-HOOK RHS HIGH: OFF-HOOK
External telephone hook status detection circuit (HS1)
This circuit comprises the photo-coupler PC1, resistors R3 and R4, Zener diodes ZD1 and ZD2. When an external telephone is connected and enters the on-hook mode, the LED of photo-coupler PC1 emits light and the light receiving element turns on. The status signal HS1 is input to the pin 84 of (XFCR-MVP) (IC4: control PWB). HS1 LOW: EXT. TEL OFF-HOOK HS1 HIGH: EXT. TEL ON-HOOK 3. Dial pulse generation circuit The pulse dial generation circuit comprises the CML relay. 4. CML relay The CML relay switches over connection to the matching transformer T1 while the FAX or built-in telephone is being used. 5. Matching transformer The matching transformer performs electrical insulation from the telephone line and impedance matching for transmitting the TEL/FAX signal. 6. Hybrid circuit The hybrid circuit performs 2-wire-to-4-wire conversion using the IC2 of operational amplifier, transmits the voice transmission signal to the line, and feeds back the voice signal to the voice reception circuit as the side tone. VOL A VOL B VOL C
Middle DTMF sending L L
SIDE KICK is two-stage switching.
Note: The DTMF sending listed above is DTMF signal sending in the handset OFF-HOOK mode.
Speaker volume control signal, VRSEL1 VRSEL2 matrix
VOL A VOL B VOL C
RING./ Buzzer DTMF Receiving
Middle Fixed Middle
TXOUT mute signal H: Signal sending, when transmitting L: During reception, transmission mute, (during standby) Reception gain switching signal L: When connected to line, 1: 1 gain H: When not connected to line, HIGH gain Transmission/transfer switching signal H: When transmitting modem signal (during standby) L: When transferring Speaker output signal switching H: Buzzer signal output L: When monitoring line signal
UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U UX-500C/FO-1460U [Signals for status recognition according to input signals] Signal Name RHS CI HS Function H: The handset is in the on-hook state. L: The handset is in the off-hook state. Incoming call (CI) detection signal H: The handset or external telephone is in the on-hook state. L: The handset or external telephone is in the off-hook state. L: No recording paper. H: Recording paper exists. H: Door open. L: Door close. Function Receiving signal from line or modem Transfer signal to line Transmission (DTMF) analog signal output from modem Reception (DTMF, others) analog signal input into modem NO 7 8. Sensor circuit For the recording paper sensor (P.E), when there is recording paper, the photo transistor in the light receiving side is ON and the detection level is LOW. When there is no recording paper, the photo transistor in the light receiving side is OFF and the detection level is HIGH. 9. Cl detection circuit The CI detection circuit detects the CI signals of 15.3 Hz to 68 Hz. A CI signal, which is provided to the photo-coupler PC1 through the C1 (0.82 uF), R3 (22 K), and ZD3 when the ring signal is inputted from the telephone line. 10. Power supply and bias circuits The voltages of +5V and +24VA are supplied from the control PWB unit. Signal Name (CNLIU) +24VA DG PE +5V CML CI HS NO 14 Signal Name (CNLIU) RHS TXOUT RXIN TELMUTE DRSNS TELOUT TELIN
P.E DRSNS [Other signals] Signal Name TEL IN TEL OUT TXOUT RXIN
(Example: Fax signal send)
 Circuit description of power supply PWB
1. Block diagram
TRANSFORMER +7.4V CIRCUIT +7.4V
F1 4.0A 125V AC IN 120V 50/60Hz
SWITCHING CIRCUIT FILTER/ RECTITYING SMOOTHING CIRCUIT +5V CIRCUIT +5V
Fig. 8 The power unit intakes input of AC 120V, 50/60 Hz and supplies output of +24V, +7.4V and +5V as shown in the block diagram. (See Fig. 8.) Moreover, the frequency is varied depending on the load of the output. As the load becomes the heavier, the frequency becomes the smaller to extend the ON period. The constant voltage is controlled by applying the feedback to the control circuit through the photo coupler PC1 from +24V output. The overcurrent-protective circuit detects that the ON period becomes the wider as the output load becomes the heavier. For the control, the OFF period is extended by the control circuit to squeeze the energy which is accumulated in the primary winding of the transformer T1. For protection against overvoltage, the rise of the output voltage of +24V on the secondary side is brought into the overcurrent state through the continuity of the power zener diode D104 between +24V output and GND. Thus, the overcurrent-protective circuit of the control circuit is activated for the protection.
2-1. Filter, rectifying and smoothening circuit
In the filter section, the noise generated from the power unit is eliminated from being discharged to the external, and external noise is prevented from entering. Thunder or other excessive surge is prevented by the varistor Z1. In the rectifying and smoothening section, AC input is rectified by the diodes D10, 11, 12 and 13, and is smoothened by the capacitor C5. Thus, DC voltage is supplied to the switching section. Moreover, the thermistor NTC1 prevents surge current when the power is turned on.
2-2. Switching section
The circuit uses the ringing choke converter of a self-excited type. Since MOS. FETQ1 is repeatedly turned on and off in this system, the DC voltage supplied from the rectifying and smoothening section is converted into the high frequency pulses. While Q1 is on, energy is accumulated in the primary winding of the transformer T1, and while Q1 is off, energy is discharged to the secondary side. Thus, the power is supplied.
2-3. +24V circuit
Output is supplied by rectifying and smoothening the output of the transformer T1 with the diode D101 and capacitor C101.
2-4. +5V circuit
+5 V output is generated by rectifying and smoothening the output of the transformer T1 with the diode D102 and capacitor C102 and stabilizing it with the 3-terminal regulator IC103.
 Circuit description of CCD PWB
The CCD board picks up optical information from the document, converts it into an electrical (analog) signal and transfers it to the control board.
(2) Description of blocks 1. CCD
The TCD1208GL is a highly sensitive charged coupled image sensor that consists of 2160 picture elements. Receiving four drive signal (T, 2, 1, R) from the control board, the tranferred photoelectric analog signal OS is impedance converted, and the signal VO, is supplied to the control board.
(1) Block diagram
T R +5V CCD TCD1208AP
1. 1, 2 (=1) signals within the control board.
T Approx. 5V 0V 1 (=2) Approx. 5V 0V
VO OUTPUT CIRCUIT (emitter follower) OS
1.74 SEC Approx. 5V 0V Approx. 100mV OS
(7-3B) C125 0.1 D ~ D
LC137 0.1 C126 0.1 (2-6A)(3-3A)(7-5B) C123 0.1
C E F G
 Control PWB circuit Main control block
D D D D D D D D 220 x 8 R127 R128 R129 R131 R132 R135 R138 R139
C136 0.1 C140 0.1 C141 0.1
R137 L105 TSTCLK SYSCLK N.M. (1-1I) MIRQ R181 (3-2A) 10K
132 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VDD VDD VDD VDD
A ~ A (2-6A)(3-4A)(7-5B)
VDD VDD VDD
72 ADGD 69 ADGA 71 ADVD 70 ADVA
R121 10K TPRESET 129 R122 R174 C120 10K TPDEBUG 10K 1000P TEST
130 TSTCLK 133 SYSCLK 135 MIRQ
(3-2A) (5-1C) (7-4G) (6-6A) (6-4A)
GPIO18 GPIO17 GPIO16 GPIO15
GPIO14 GPIO13 GPIO12 GPIO11 GPIO10
CNLIUA-7 CNLIUA-5 (4-3D) (4-3D) (6-2H)
73 MDMRST R154 RLEDON R307 N.M. RDY R10K RTXCONT 470 GAINC R10K R224 C135 N.M. RVTHON 470 RGCONT 470 R244 10K 84 R308 HS 470 R230 RCML 470 10K 86 FRSNSI 87 ORGSNSI R237 10K 89 R246 SPMUTE 470
GPIO9 GPIO8 GPIO7 GPIO6 GPIO5
(3-1D) (4-4D) (7-3B) CNLIUA-11 CNLIUA-6
AR1 RA-391P-V6-2 C1 0.82
R5 22K R3 22K (1/2W) D1 1SS3+
CML OUAZ-SH-124D M C B
MJ2-3 ZD3 PC1 HZ27-A PC817X
C17 3300P R19 1.5K R21 15K C11 4.7/50 R16 1.5K L5 N.M. R17 JP VREF R20 1K C12 2.2/50 C13 220P C14 1000P
SW1 HOOK SW SPPY11029A
6 + 5 C15 1000P 7 CNLIU-8 CNLIU-7 R22 3.3K PC2 PC814X C4 1000P HS
TX+ C20 2200P TX
+5V CML CNLIU-5 B D2 1SS133 CNLIU-12 E C CML +24V E Q1 DTC114 C B Q3 DTC114 Q2 2SC1815 C D4 B 1SS133 E R23 C19 4.7/50 RN.M. +24V +24VA CNLIU-1 P.E CNLIU-3 +5V CNLIU-4 +5V CNLIU-C18 0.+ R18 1K +5V +5V DG
L7 N.M. D3 1SS133
SW2 DRSW SW-168-1AU
RX+ L6 N.M.
TELIN TEL MUTE CNLIU-14 CNLIU-11
R15 1K C16 22/50
TEL/LIU PWB parts layout
 Power supply PWB circuit
C111 1000P BEA101
CN1 L1 LINE FILTER NTC+24V
F1 4.0A 125V D10 ERA15-06 T1 2C23 D101 YG911S2R CN101
5 C6 N.M. 3 D104 HZ-30CP C101 330/35 OPTION D102 ERA83-006 F101 4.0A 125V IC103 TA78M05S RR114 24K +24V C5 220/200 D11 ERA15-06 D13 ERA15-06 R2 390K D12 ERA15-06
+7.4V [V-REG] +5V
RC10 0.01 PC1 PC817B C103 RN.M. R120 4.7K 1 Q101 2SC1740S D110 HZS7A R113 11K R112 C110 330K 0.1 D4 1SSD6 1SS133 C102 330/R111 1K R101 5K R102 R103 3.9K 3.9K D7 1SS133 8
R5 18K R12 18K R11 6.8K RRD5 HZS9B PC1 PC817B FG R10 6.2K C9 4700P R8 33K C11 220P
GND GND GND GND GND
Power supply PWB parts layout
 CCD PWB circuit
SS IC1 TCD1208AP OD RS DOS OS NC NC NC NC NC NC 1
C1 22/50 Q1 C1815 C2 0.022
VO +5V AG T R
CCD PWB parts layout
 Operation panel PWB circuit
CNPN-15 COPY DOWN UP MEMORY MODE FUNCTION STOP START RESO
CNPN-SPEED 04 D3 1SS06 D4 1SSHOLD D5 1SS133 # SHIFT SPEAKER REDIAL 01 05
nel 2 of your oscilloscope to T signal (Refer Pin 4 of connector CNCCD on the main pwb). Connect the earth clips of either probe to AG ground as shown. Set the trigger to channel 2.
Optical system unit
VO CNCCD-3 (CCD source output) T CNCCD-6 (Line sync signal) VG CNCCD-5 (Ground)
5 Re-connect the main PWB to the TEL/LIU PWB and connect these circuit boards to the connectors on the chassis. 6 Re-assemble up to and including the recording paper tray to the main chassis and close upper cabinet. 7 Plug the AC power cable into the wall outlet and turn the fax machine on. 8 Insert a test chart in the document hopper and execute the CCD
*2:White level *1: Difference *1: Increase the difference by focus adjustment. *2: Adjust as shown by CCD PWB adjustment.
*2: Black level [CCD waveform model]
9 Fully open the upper cabinet and remove the recording paper tray. F Install the scan adjustment jig to the optical system unit, so that the pattern surface is on the lower side. G Fit the pins of the scan adjustment jig to the holes of the optical
Adjust Mode diagnostic. Press the START key to enable local copy until approximately one fifth of the page has been copied, then press the STOP key to enable the CPU wait state.
I After completing the CCD adjustment, tighten the two red screws J Assemble the recording paper tray and fixing screws.
on the CCD pwb and apply screw locking material to prevent the CCD pwb from moving.
 IC signal name
CONTROL PWB UNIT
IC100: VHiPST596CMT1 (PST596CNR) IC6: VHiS2B256SL70 (SRM2B256SLMX70)
(TOP VIEW) A14 A12
VCC 5 DELAY Q R 4 VOUT
28 VCC 27 W 26 AAAASASDQDQDQDQDQ4 28P2W-C (CFP) Pin name A0~A12 CE1/CE2 WE OE I/O1~I/O8 VCC Signal Address input Chip enable Write enable Write enable Data I/O Power source Ground No connection
A6 A5 A4
A3 A2 A1
IC13: VHiNJM318M/-F (NJM318M) IC9: VHiMC14053DR2 (MC14053DR2)
BAL/COMP COMP 2
Inhibit A B C X0 X1 Y0 Y1 Z0 Z1 Z 4 Y 15 Common Out/In X 14
11 Controls 12
VDD: Pin 16 VSS: Pin 8 VEE: Pin7
IC10: VHiNJM2902M-1 (NJM2902M)
A OUTPUT 1 A + D + 14 D OUTPUT
IC3: VHi27C02012TI (27C020) EP-ROM
32 VCC 31 PGM 30 NC 29 AAAAAG 23 AE 21 DQDQDQDQDQ4
Pin name A0~A17 E G
Signal Address input Chip enable Output enable Ground Program Data output (Program input) +5V power +12.5V power(*)
VRD-HT2EY332J VRD-HT2EY102J VRD-HT2EY152J VRD-HT2EY102J VRD-HT2EY152J VRD-HT2EY102J VRD-HT2EY153J VRD-HT2EY332J VRD-HT2EY151J QSW-Z2206SCZZ QSW-Z2226SCZZ RTRNZ2128XH01 VHVERZV5D471/ VHVERZV5D471/ VHEHZ2C1///-1 VHEHZ2C1///-1 VHEHZ27-1//-1 VHEHZ2C1///-1 VHEHZ2C1///-1 (Unit) 901 DCEKL349BAXPRICE RANK AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AH AG AP AC AC AA AA AB AA AA BD NEW MARK PART RANK C C C C C C C C C B B B B B B B C B B E
Resistor(1/4W 3.3K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 1.0K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 1.5K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 1.0K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 1.5K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 1.0K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 15K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 3.3K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 150 5%) Hook switch Door switch Transformer(Z2128) Varistor(ERZV5D471) Varistor(ERZV5D471) Zener diode(HZ2C1) Zener diode(HZ2C1) Zener diode(HZ27) Zener diode(HZ2C1) Zener diode(HZ2C1) TEL-Liu PWB unit [R14] [R15] [R16] [R18] [R19] [R20] [R21] [R22] [R24] [SW1] [SW2] [T1] [VA1] [VA2] [ZD1] [ZD2] [ZD3] [ZD4] [ZD5]
0KY0L551A0020 0KY0L551A0010 0KY0C245Q1040 0KY0C3K7K2210 0KY0C1A9R2210 0KY0C251E4720 0KY0C251E1030 0KY0C151M2210 0KY0C176Q4720 0KY0C374D3310 0KY0C374D3310 0KY0C162E1040 0KY0C1A9Y1020 0KY0K251A0020 0KY0K221B0090 0KY0D251A0020 0KY0D466A0600 0KY0D251A0020 0KY0D251A0020 0KY0D157A0060 0KY0D157A0060 0KY0D157A0060 0KY0D157A0060 0KY0D221B0020 0KY0D266A0060 0KY0D461A3200 0KY0D466A0480 0KY0K716A4R00 0KY0K758A4R00 0KY0M850A0010 0KY0M850A0010 0KY0MPS027700 0KY0MPH006800 0KY0H130A0050 0KY0L113J1830 0KY0D763A4R00 0KY0H719A0010 0KY0T644A0010 0KY0T358A0040 0KY0T351A0050 0KY0R153U1050 0KY0R153U3940 0KY0R153U1830 0KY0R153U4710 0KY0R153U1810 0KY0R153U3330 0KY0R153U1010 0KY0R153U6220 0KY0R153U8220 0KY0R153U1830 0KY0R153U6810
PRICE RANK AF AE AM AW AG AE AE AE AL AN AN AF AG AK AP AD AE AD AD AG AG AG AG AT AM AL AE AK AT AE AE AP AH AT AQ AN AP AV AG AF AC AC AC AC AC AB AC AC AC AC AC
PART RANK C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C B B B B B B B B B B B B A A C C C C B C B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C C
Coil(BL02RN2-R62) Coil(BL02RN1-R62) Capacitor(250WV 0.1F) Capacitor(200WV 220F) Capacitor(1KWV 220PF) Capacitor(50WV 4700PF) Capacitor(50WV 0.01F) Capacitor(500WV 220PF) Capacitor(VA3 4700F) Capacitor(35WV 330F) Capacitor(35WV 330F) Capacitor(50WV 0.1F) Capacitor(500WV 1000PF) Connector(3pin) Connector(9pin) Diode(1SS133) Zener diode(HZS9B2) Diode(1SS133) Diode(1SS133) Diode(ERA15-06) Diode(ERA15-06) Diode(ERA15-06) Diode(ERA15-06) Diode(YG911S2R) Diode(ERA83-006) Zener diode(HZ-30CP) Zener diode(HZS7A2) Fuse(4.0A 125V) Fuse(4.0A 125V) Fuse holder Fuse holder Heat sink Heat sink IC(TA78M05S) Line filter Thermistor Photo coupler(PC817B) FET(2SK2972) Transistor(2SC1741AS) Transistor(2SC1740S) Resistor(1/4W 1M 5%) Resistor(1/4W 390K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 18K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 470 5%) Resistor(1/4W 180 5%) Resistor(1/4W 33K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 100 5%) Resistor(1/4W 6.2K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 6.8K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 18K 5%) Resistor(1/4W 680 5%) [BEA1] [BEA101] [C1] [C5] [C8] [C9] [C10] [C11] [C72] [C101] [C102] [C110] [C111] [CN1] [CN101] [D4] [D5] [D6] [D7] [D10] [D11] [D12] [D13] [D101] [D102] [D104] [D110] [F1] [F101] [FH1] [FH2] [HS1] [HS2] [IC103] [L1] [NTC1] [PC1] [Q1] [Q2] [Q101] [R1] [R2] [R5] [R6] [R7] [R8] [R9] [R10] [R11] [R12] [R17]
Server Watch F335 Dvdr3455H HL-1600 BR330T MF6560CX 514 6 Navsoon 3775 DVD-F65 KX-TG2208B TX-28PK3 3000-514 BC-160 Channel HBA WF8692NHS Serie D SI 3535 BAR629HG HQ8250-17 ICF-C760 QV-R4 LV270D Fishfinder Caplio RR30 CDP-591 EMC3060 TD-W8970N Navigation DTH 8657 LAC6900RIN DPA-07051B 793MG Bornes 1982 Powershot S300 Voicestation 100 Lavamat1100 Elefun 2004 Watch C720 Thunder 22 DVP-FX94 X3 2004 Mount Grill HDC-TM15 LT260 Model SF-7320 Casio 4732 SF-345TP Scanner 42PX2RVA NV-301 RM988PU Bizhub C550 7736Z 32WLK530HID Kxtc1486B - AEX TH-42PHD6 52SX4D Panel NP-R780-js08PL 21HT5404 05Z Router QIG FX-570D 50PS2000 CS9000 Mk2 SGH-C268 BC 906 FC422WN1 Canoscan-lide 500F Cube Q800 Leica R8 Argos Partitionexpert 2003 AVR-1706 Speed Chip SGH-M628 RE-21FB50RX AS 3246 LE37A656A AGM05 C6112 Mpix 356 SH-E51 LW22A13W Er-5215M RX-CW200 AT3201W Review Yamaha T-80 L60840 338GSM Thecus N299 Primus 160 CL-20E22 Mule 4010 LW20M11C NAS-SC55PKE 225BW Processor 7
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