1200 dpi x 1200 dpi, Legal, A4, Parallel, USB
CLP-550 color laser printer features patent-pending No Nois technology engine. Designed to meet a variety of color imaging needs for small and medium-sized businesses, this extremely versatile model offers a host of industry-leading features not typically found on comparable units such as built-in automatic duplex units for error free two-sided printing and optional wireless capabilities. Given its optional network connectivity, the printer is also suitable for use in corporate workgroup environ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Samsung CLP-550 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|gudjuk||6:53pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|Samsun CLP-550 Color Laser Printer I purchased this printer almost on a whim on Ebay because I was looking for a duplexing printer to print brochures ...|
|gentry||4:33pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|Low per-page cost for B&W, two-sided printing, comes with full toners Slow to produce the first page, heavy|
|jinxl||4:12pm on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010|
|At first it was a great product, but the true... Good clean picture. Slow to start, and a heavy printer at 70lbs. ... Price, networked, and with duplexing capability. slow, driver problems affecting color rendition.|
|_er_syndicate||5:33am on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|Samsun CLP-550 Color Laser Printer I purchased this printer almost on a whim on Ebay because I was looking for a duplexing printer to print brochures ...|
|bigjet||10:28pm on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|Oh dear.... Having binned a HP laserjet 4550n we decided to pick up one of these. First impressions were good. Lots of room for expansion.|
|jrstark||12:11pm on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|Samsung has printer drivers for Linux. They did not come with the printer CD, however, so I had to call Samsung tech support. (This review is for the PS-enabled 550, not the 500) ; Works easily with Linux, any distro. Duplexer works. awesome output. full duplexing. nice driver. very quiet in standby mode. Average color laser printer noise in print mode. Very nice output in both color and B&W. The large paper tray is very nice. This is a much bigger printer than my old B&W laser.|
|jackjak||9:02pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|Of the ""cheap"" Colour Laser Printers, this ... Duplex, full original toner 5000 pages colour, 7000 pages B/W Hard to find any|
|mrscoala||7:27pm on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|Oh dear.... Having binned a HP laserjet 4550n we decided to pick up one of these. First impressions were good. Lots of room for expansion.|
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Service Manual Samsung Electronics 6-1
6.1 Precautions when replacing parts
6.1.1 Precautions when assembling and disassembling
* Use only approved Samsung spare parts. Ensure that part number, product name, any voltage, current or temperature rating are correct. Failure to do so could result in damage to the machine, circuit overload, fire or electric shock. * Do not make any unauthorized changes or additions to the printer, these could cause the printer to malfunction and create electric shock or fire hazards. * Take care when dismantling the unit to note where each screw goes. There are 19 different screws. Use of the wrong screw could lead to system failure, short circuit or electric shock. * Do not disassemble the LSU unit. Once it is disassembled dust is admitted to the mirror chamber and will seriously degrade print quality. There are no serviceable parts inside. * Regularly check the condition of the power cord, plug and socket. Bad contacts could lead to overheating and firfe. Damaged cables could lead to electric shock or unit malfunction.
6.1.2 Preautions when handling PBA
Static electricity can damage a PBA, always used approved anti-static precautions when handling or storing a PBA. >> Precautions when moving and storing PBA
1. Please keep PBA in a conductive case, anti-static bag, or wrapped in aluminum foil. 2. Do not store a PBA where it is exposed to direct sunlight.
>> Precautions when replacing PBA
1. Disconnect power connectors first, before disconnecting other cables 2. Do not touch any soldered connections, connector terminals or other electronic parts when handling insulated parts.
>> Precautions when checking PBA
1. Before touching a PBA, please touch other grounded areas of the chassis to discharge any static electrical charge on the body. 2. Take care not to touch the PBA with your bare hands or metal objects as you could create a short circuit or get an electric shock. Take extra care when handling PBAs with moving parts fitted such as sensors, motors or lamps as they may get hot. 3. Take care when fitting, or removing, screws. Look out for hidden screws. Always ensure that the correct screw is used and always ensure that when toothed washers are removed they are refitted in their original positions.
6.1.3 Releasing Plastic Latches
Many of the parts are held in place with plastic latches. The latches break easily; release them carefully. To remove such parts, press the hook end of the latch away from the part to which it is latched.
6.2 Parts for Maintenance and Repair
6.2.1 Replacing cycle of parts for maintenance and Repair
Some of the parts in this printer have a limited life, shorter than that of the whole machine. These parts must be replaced periodically. The table below shows the interval at which these parts should be replaced. The table shows the life of each part, and is measured when using A4 paper. When servicing a machine always check the status of these parts using the control panel and ensure that parts are replaced at the appropriate times otherwise a general degradation in print quality will occur.
COMPONENT Toner Cartridge(Black) Toner Cartridge(Cyan) Toner Cartridge(Magenta) Toner Cartridge(Yellow) OPC Unit ITB Unit(T1 Roller) Waste Toner Tank Fuser Unit Transfer Roller(T2 Roller)
REPLACEMENT CYCLE intial(2,000 pages@5% coverage) replacement(7,000 pages@5% coverage) intial(1,500 pages@5% coverage) replacement(5,000 pages@5% coverage) intial(1,500 pages@5% coverage) replacement(5,000 pagse@5% coverage) intial(1,500 pages@5% coverage) replacement(5,000 pages@5% coverage) mono : 50,000 pages color : 12,500 pages mono : 50,000 pages color : 12,500 pages 3,000 Images simplex : 100,000 pages duplex : 50,000 pages simplex : 50,000 pages duplex : 25,000 pages
REMARK User replace User replace User replace User replace User replace User replace User replace Engineer Engineer
* Page: Counted value based on sides of paper printed (Duplex = 2 pages). * Image: Counted value based on printed monochrome images. * When printing a color section 1 page = 4 images. (i.e. each side is made up of 4 color images)
The life span of each of these parts is stored in memory. The amount of each 'life' used can be checked at any time using the control panel. When a part is replaced it is necessary to reset the 'life used' that is stored in memory. * How to initialize a the value of part's life span: From the control panel, select the following items in order:
Menu-Setup - Maintenance - Check other - (Select a desired part) - Reset
6.2.2 Printer Cleaning
A printer should be regularly cleaned, especially if it is used in a dusty environment. This will ensure that print quality remains high and failure due to contamination of printing services is less likely to occur. * Clean the printer with a soft, lint free, cloth dipped in a "Recommended cleaner" "Recommended cleaner" can be purchased from our service center. (where available) * Do not touch the transfer roller when cleaning the inside of the printer. Grease and oils from the skin will contaminate the surface and reduce print quality. * Do not touch transfer roller when cleaning inside of machine. If transfer roller gets dirty, printing quality could be low. * Please refer to the User Manual for cleaning instructions.
6.3 Information Related to Disassembly and Assembly.
*Remove the rear cover (Refer to 6.4.3) 1) Release 5 screws (3*6 machine screw, gold) from the main PBA bracket.
Main PBA Bracket
2) Release 2 screws (3*10 machine screw, silver) connected to the main PBA parallel port and then remove the main PBA bracket
3) Release 5 screws from the SMPS. Release one screw (3*10 silver) from the harness guide. A: Right side 2EA (3 * 6 Gold) B: Left side 1EA (3 * 10 Silver) C: Bottom 1EA (4 * 10 Silver)
4) Remove 4 harnesses from the SMPS.
Service Manual 6-25
5) Remove all harness connected to the main PBA. 6) Release 5 screws (3*6 machine screw, gold) from the main PBA and then remove the main PBA.
CN17 WASTE TONER CN10 ITB
EXIT CN19 DUPLEX CN24
MP EMPT CN30 DIMM1_SLOT MP SOL CN32 FEED CN33 DIMM2_SLOT
CN14 LSU SW CN8
6.4.8 Fuser Fan
* Remove the top cover (Refer to 6.4.1) * Remove the rear cover (Refer to 6.4.3) * Remove the main PBA bracket. (Refer to 6.4.7) 1) Release 3 screws (3*10 silver) remove one harness from the main PBA and then take out the fuser fan.
6.4.9 Main Drive Assy
>>Before disassembling it:
* * * * Remove Remove Remove Remove the the the the rear cover (Refer to 6.4.3) fuser (Refer to 6.4.5) SMPS (Refer to 6.4.7) fuser fan (Refer to 6.4.8)
1) Remove all harnesses from the harness guides. 2) Remove the SMPS cover bracket.
3) Look inside the OPC drum cavity and locate the T2 cam. Remove the washer using tweezers and then remove the T2 cam.
4) Remove the washer using tweezers and then remove the OPC gear and pin. (The OPC gear can be found inside the printer after removing the OPC drum unit. Take care that the pin is not lost as you remove the gear.)
5) Remove the motor harness. Release 5 screws (3*10 silver) and then take out the main drive ass'y.
Screw Screw Harness
6.4.10 HVPS (High Voltage Power Supply)
* Disassemble the front cover & top cover (Refer to 6.4.1) * Disassemble the rear cover (Refer to 6.4.3) * Disassemble the main PBA bracket (Refer to 6.4.7.) 1) Remove one harness from the main PBA
CN1(to Deve Driver)
CN2(to Deve OEM)
<Main PBA> 2) Remove one harness and 4 high-voltage harnesses from the HVPS.
3) Remove 5 screws (3*6 machine screw, gold) and then remove the HVPS.
6.4.11 Deve drive assy
* Disassemble the rear cover (Refer to 6.4.3) * Disassemble the main PBA (Refer to 6.4.7) 1) Remove the main PBA shield and harness guide by releasing 5 screws (2 EA 3*6 machine screw, gold; 2 EA 3*10 silver, 1 EA 4*10 silver)
Display : dispaly the printer status and job in progress.
Description The printer is on-line and ready to print. If you press On Line/Continue ,the printer switches to off-line.
The printer is off-line and cannot print. If you press On Line/Continue ,the printer switches to on-line.
The printer is printing. If you want to cancel printing,press Cancel.
The printer is in Power Save mode, using less power.When a print job is received from the computer or if any button is pressed,the printer switches to on-line. To deactivate the Power Save mode or change the power-saving time.
Message Description When an error occurs,a lamp turns on at the corresponding location on the Status map.An error message appears on the display so that you can locate the error. Status map Press to switch between on-line and off-line. In menu mode,press to return to ready mode. The color of the On Line/Continue button indicates the status of the printer. On The printer is on-line and can receive data from the computer. When the backlight blinks slowly,the printer is receiving data from Green Blanking the computer. When the backlight blinks quickly,the printer is receiving and printing data. The printer stops printing due to a major error.Check the display On Orange message. A minor error has occured and the printer is waiting for the error to be cleared.Check the display message.When the problem is Blanking cleared,the printer resumes printing.If you want to ignore this warning,press this button. Off The printer is off-line and cannot print. The printer is in Power Save mode. When data is received,it switches to on-line. Press to enter menu mode. In menu mode,press to scroll through the menus.
In menu mode,press to select the displayed submenu item or confirm the changed setting.The selected item is marked with an *.
In menu mode,press to scroll through submenu items or setting options.Pressing moves you to the next option and pressing sends you back to the previous option.
Press to cancel the current print job. In menu mode,press to return to ready mode.
In menu mode,press to go back to the upper menu level.
7.4.3 Using Control Panel Menus
A number of menus are available to make it easy for you to change the printer settings.
You can configure your printer from the printers control panel.You can also use the control panel menus while the printer is in use. 1. In ready mode press the Menu button 2. Press the Enter button 3. Press the scroll button 4. Press the Enter button until you see the menu you want on the bottom line of the display.
to access the menu. until the menu item you want displays on the bottom line. to confirm the selected item.
5. If the menu item has submenus, repeat steps 3 and 4. 6. Press the scroll button 7. Press the Enter button until the setting option you want displays on the bottom line or enter the required value. to save your input or selection.
- An asterisk (*) appears next to the selection on the display, indicating that it is now the default. 8. To exit the menu, press the Upper Level button repeatedly, or the Cancel button.
- After 60 seconds of inactivity (no key has been pressed), the printer automatically returns to ready mode.
NOTE: Print settings made from the printer driver override the settings on the control panel.
Information Configuration Menu Map Demo Page PS3 Font List PCL Font List
Paper Tray Source Media Size Custom Width Custom Height Media Type
Layout Orientation Duplex Duplex Margin Simplex Margin Copies
Printer Default Set Current Job
Network Config. Network Reset Network Default Set Print Net CFG
PostScript Print PS Error
PCL Typeface Symbol Lines Pitch
Setup LCD Language Emulation Power Save Auto Continue Jam Recovery Altitude Adj. Auto CR Job Time Out Maintenance
Color Calibration Custom Color
7.5 Periodic Defective Image
If an image defects appears at regular intervals on the printed-paper, it is due to a faulty or damaged roller. Refer to the table below and check the condition of the appropriate roller. No
OPC Drum Charge Roller Supply Roller Developing Roller ITB(T1) Transfer Roller(T2) Heat Roller
same position in each page 43.96 mm 26.02 mm 29.28 mm same position in each page 75.36 mm 109.9 mm
white spot on black image or black spot black spot light or dark horizontal image band horizontal image band black spot ghost Black spot and ghost, printing backside pollution
7.6 How to use EDC (Engine Diagnostic Control) Mode
7.6.1 EDC Establishment
EDC Mode is feature that allows the engineer to check the condition of the print engine. It can check the operating condition of the motors, sensors, solenoids and clutches, measure the High Voltage from the HVPS and check the operation of the fuser and LSU.
184.108.40.206 How to enter the EDC Mode
a) Turn on the printer while pressing the "Enter" key. Hold the key until 'Select Test mode' appears in the display. b) Press the direction key until "<EDC Test>" is displayed. c) Press the "Enter" key. d) <Enter Access Key> appears in the display. Press the cancel key twice.
Note. There are a number of other test modes. Only EDC Test and Panel Tests should be used by service engineers, all
other functions are for factory use only.
220.127.116.11 Functions of the keys on the Panel and how to use them.
On Line Cancel Menu Left/Right Arrow Confirm Upper Menu Menu Find Menu Run/Select Run Stop/Move Stop
After sensing the ITB home position the following tasks are performed, Send Psync signal to controller -> Operates virtual timer for each color(Vdata) -> Forms latent image on OPC drum -> Supplies toner on OPC drum -> Transfers image to ITB (T1 ) -> Pickups a paper -> Transfers image to a paper (T2) 1)Check ITB Home (Treated by Home interrupt): It is designed to detect ITB HOME every 3 seconds. a) ITB Home sensing b) If a test mode is set up, a test pattern is printed. c) A counter value is set up that addresses the timing to turn on page sync. d) The virtual timer for each color (Y, M, C, and K) is set up e) If Home is not detected every 3 seconds, an error is reported. 2)Paper path and print a) Printing paper from cassette, MPT and SCT is picked up b) Control paper path * Stop when the leading edge of a piece of paper reaches the feed sensor. * If the leading edge doesn't reach the feed sensor, it is an error. * While transferring the last color to the ITB, re-feed the paper. * Checks if the paper reaches the exit sensor in certain time. If it reaches too soon, or it doesn't reach, it is an error. * Checks that the paper passes the exit sensor or not. c) Jam check * Check reaching time and passing time for the paper reaching and passing the feed and exit sensors. If time exceeds a certain time, it is an error. d) Duplex control * After passing the exit sensor, the duplex clutch is operated to mechanically change the direction of the paper flow in order to print the other side. e) Printing sequence and motion for each color * Use a virtual timer for printing the colors in sequence. (Yellow, Magenta, Cyan, Black) > What is a Virtual Timer? A virtual timer is a mathematical function for creating regular action at fixed time intervals. The standard setting is for a 5msc timer interrupt.
This is the last stage of the printing process. Its functions are described below. a) Clean transfer rollers b) Stop all virtual timers c) Initialize parameters used in the printing process. d) Stop motors
Chapter 8. Troubleshooting
8. Chapter 8. Troubleshooting
8.1 Procedure of Checking the Symptoms
Before attempting to repair the printer first obtain a detailed description of the problem from the customer.
Refer to "8.1.1 Basic Check List" OP Panel ON? - No Power - LCD Module - Main PBA
Ready or Power Save
Indicate "Error Message"
Refer to "8.5 Error Message"
Printing guality is normal?
Refer to "8.2 Solution of Image Problem"
8.1.1 Basic Check List
1. Check the Power. Does "Warming Up" appear on the display? --> If not check power cable, switch or SMPS. (see section 8.1.2 below) --> Does the wall socket work? Do the Motors or other components initialize (listen for main motor, fan and LSU sounds)? --> If not or there are none of the normal startup sounds check cable, switch or SMPS. --> Does the wall socket work? 2. Check the LCD Panel. Is there any display at all? --> If not check power cable, switch or SMPS. (see section 8.1.2 below) --> Does the wall socket work? Is the display a meaningful message (are there any broken or badly formed characters)? --> Check the main PBA and cable harness. Is the message on the LCD Panel a standard error message? --> Refer to section 8.4 or 8.5 (Page 8-14 or 8-18). 3. Check the Paper Path Is there a Paper Jam? --> Remove any paper fragments caught in the paper path. --> Refer to section 8.3 (Page 8-10). Paper Jam occurs repeatedly at a specific point in the Paper Path --> Dismantle the machine and carefully inspect the region where the jam occurs. (Especially, check if paper fragments are caught in the Fuser 4. Print the Information Page (Configuration). Is there a problem? --> If there is an error see section 2) or 3) above. Try printing a test page from a computer. --> If there is an error check cables and driver installation. 5. Check the Print Quality. Is there are a Print Quality Problem? --> Refer to section 8.2 (Page 8-5). 6. Check consumables (toner etc.). Using the keys print the Information Page. --> Refer to 8.1.4 below and to section 3.5 (Page 3-3) for expected life of various consumable parts, compare this with the figures printed and replace as required
8.1.2 Initial Inspection
1. Check Power part 1. The printer does not work no matter how long you wait. A. Is the Power Switch (printer and wall socket) turned on ? B. Is the Power Cord connected to the printer correctly ? C. Is the Power cord connected to the wall socket correctly ? D. Is wall socket working ? E. Is the unit rated at the same voltage as the supply ? 2. Does the Fan work when power is turned on? A. Check the connectors on the SMPS. B. Check the fuses in the SMPS. C. Check any error message display on the LCD panel and refer to the troubleshooting section 8.4 or 8.5 (Page 8-14 or 8-18). 2. Check the Installation Environment. 1. Ensure the installation surface is flat, level and free from vibration. If necessary move the printer. 2. Ensure that the temperature and humidity of the surroundings are within specification If necessary move the printer. 3. Ensure that the printer is position away from any air conditioning or other heating or cooling equipment. Also ensure that is not positioned in a direct draft from any air conditioning, fan or open window. If necessary move the printer. 4. Ensure the printer is not positioned in direct sunlight. If it is unavoidable use a curtain to shade the printer. 5. Ensure the printer is installed in a clean dust free environment. Move the printer to clean area if necessary. 6. Some industrial or cleaning processes give of fumes which can affect the printer. Move the printer away from this type of air pollution
- Toner Smudges on the reverse side. Cause Paper Path is contaminated. ITB Unit Belt is contaminated. Pressure Roller of Fuser Unit is contaminated. Sequence of Treatment Open covers fully and clean the Paper Path. Clean or replace the ITB Unit. Clean or replace the Fuser Unit.
- Foggy back ground Cause If the background is contaminated with only one color. If the background is generally contaminated with all color. If Printing Density is dark(one color only). If Printing Density is dark(all colors). Sequence of Treatment Replace the appropriate Toner Cartridge
Ensure TDC process is enabled. If problem persists replace the OPC Drum Replace the appropriate Toner Cartridge Ensure TDC process is enabled. If problem persists replace the OPC Drum
- Low image density Cause Poor toner transfer to OPC-one color only Sequence of Treatment Check and clean Toner contacts Replace the appropriate Toner Cartridge Check and clean Toner, ITB and OPC unit contacts Ensure TDC process is enabled. If problem persists replace the OPC Drum Check and clean ITB Unit contacts. Re-install or replace the ITB Unit. Check and clean ITB Unit contact. Replace the HVPS.
Poor toner transfer to OPC- al colors
Poor toner transfer to ITB Unit
ITB Bias voltage incorrect.
- Black / White / Colored Lines and Bands Cause Developing process is contaminated. Sequence of Treatment Replace the Toner Cartridge. Replace the OPC Drum. Replace the ITB Unit. Clean or Replace the Fuser Unit. Clean the Lens Cover of LSU. Replace the LSU if the glass is damaged
ITB Unit is damaged or dirty Fuser Unit is damaged or dirty Lens Cover of LSU is damaged or dirty.
- Offset Image Cause Afterimage on the OPC Afterimage on the ITB Unit. Toner Cartridge is installed incorrectly. Individual color layers offset. Sequence of Treatment Replace the OPC Drum. Re-install or replace the ITB Unit. Re-set the Toner Cartridge. Replace ITB Unit.
- Deterioration of Print Quality for all Colors. Cause Problem transferring intermediate images to the ITB. Contamination of the Paper Path. Sequence of Treatment Check and clean ITB contacts Re-install or replace the ITB Unit. Open the covers, check and clean the Paper Path. Check and clean T2 roller contacts Check T2 Solenoid and cam operation - ensure T2 comes properly into contact when solenoid operates.
Problem transferring intermediate image onto paper
- Deterioration of Printing Quality for Specific Color. Cause If the of Toner Cartridge is bad If the alignment betweem the OPC and ITB Units is not carrect. Uneven contact between OPC and ITB or between ITB and T2 roller. Sequence of Treatment Check or replace the Toner Cartridge. Re-install the OPC and ITB Units.
8.4.2 LSU Error
Symptoms Engine LSU Error displayed on the LCD Panel.
Check and Cause 1. Check the LSU Connector. 2. Check the LSU Motor. 3. Check the HSYNC signal. 4. Check the Deve Cover Micro switch. 1. Replace the LSU.
2. If the same error recurs replace the main PBA.
8.4.3 Fuser does not work due to the drive gear melting.
Symptoms The fuser gears melt and the roller drive fails.
Check and Cause 1. The Fuser makes a noise and fails to operate, rollers may not rotate.
Solution - Replace the Fuser. - Replace the Main PBA. - Replace the SMPS.
8.4.4 Paper Empty
Symptoms LCD shows "Paper Empty" even though paper is ready.
Check and Cause 1. Check for a broken or distorted paper empty sensor actuator. Check that the actuator is not jammed 2. Check the sensor connectors and cable harness. Ensure that a signal reaches the main PBA 3. Use the EDC mode to test the actuator.
Solution 1. Replace the Paper Empty Sensor actuator.
2. Replace the harness.
3. Replace the Sensor Board.
8.4.5 Paper Empty without indication.
Symptoms The machine remains 'Ready; even when the paper cassette is empty.
Check and Cause 1. Check for a broken or distorted paper empty sensor actuator. Check that the actuator is not jammed. 2. Check the sensor connectors and cable harness. Ensure that a signal reaches the main PBA 3. Use the EDC mode to test the actuator.
8.4.6 Cover Open
Symptoms LCD displays "Cover Open" error even though the cover is closed.
Check and Cause 1. Check if the Hook Lever inside the Duplex Cover is broken or distorted. 2. Check the Cover Open sensor, connectors and cable harness. Ensure that a signal reaches the main PBA 3. Use the EDC mode to test the actuator.
Solution 1. Replace the Duplex Cover.
2. Replace the harness or microswitch as necessary.
8.4.7. Can not sense when the Cover is Opened.
Symptoms LCD Indicates "Ready" even when cover is opened.
8.4.8 Defective Motor
Symptoms Main Motor does not work and paper does not feed when printing. Jam 0 is displayed.
Check and Cause 1. Check if the Motor Harness or Motor PCB is broken or not. 2. Test the Motor using EDC Mode.
Solution 1. Replace the Motor or Motor Harness.
2. Replace the Main PBA.
8.4.9 No Power
Symptoms Power is not supplied to the set, or the LCD display is not on.
Check and Cause 1. Check the power supply input and DC voltage output from the SMPS. Check the fuses in the SMPS. Check the wall socket. 2. If the SMPS supply is OK, and the LCD still does not work check the display connectors and cable harness 3. Check if +24VDC or other Power Supplies are shorted out.
Solution 1. Replace the Power Cable. Replace SMPS fuses. If the fault recurs replace the SMPS.
Load Manual Press Cont Key
This is only displayed when printing in Manual Feed mode and the MPF tray is empty.
Load a sheet of print material and press the On-Line/Continue button. You need to press the button for each page to be printed.
Load [Size] In [Tray]
The size of paper in the tray and the size of paper required by the document being printed are different.
*In this case the size of paper and tray is indicated. Load the correct size of paper.
Not enough Memory Capacity.
The printer has insufficient memory to build the page image. The print process will be cancelled automatically and the printer will return to the Wait Mode. Add more memory to the printer.
Page Too Complex
The layout of document is to complex.
Try to print again after making the layout simpler and erasing any unnecessary images. If the message is appear repeatedly you will need to add extra memory to the printer.
Press Cont Key Replace [Ctrl]
Not enough Toner
* Press the [On-Line/Continue] button to continue printing. * Replace the Toner Cartridge when the image quality becomes unacceptable. * You can select if this message will be displayed on the LCD Pane or not.
Press Cont Key Replace Drum
The OPC drum is coming to the end of its usable life and will need replacing soon.
* Press the [On-Line/Continue] button to continue printing. * Replace the OPC Drum when the image quality becomes unacceptable. * You can select if this message will be displayed on the LCD Pane or not.
Press Conf Key Replace Transfer
The ITB Unit is coming to the end of its usable life and will need replacing soon.
* Press the [On-Line/Continue] button to continue printing. * Replace the ITB Unit when the image quality becomes unacceptable. * You can select if this message will be displayed on the LCD Pane or not.
Press Cont Key Replace T2 Roller
The T2 roller is coming to the end of its usable life and will need replacing soon.
* Press the [On-Line/Continue] button to continue printing. * Replace the T2 roller when the image quality becomes unacceptable. * You can select if this message will be displayed on the LCD Pane or not.
Ready IP Conflict
IP address conflict with the address of another device on the network.
This only occurs when the optional network interface is connected and configured for TCP/IP support. Change the IP Address.
Ready [CMYK] Low Toner
The indicated Toner Color cartridge is almost empty.
Replace the indicated Color Toner Cartridge. To temporarily improve printing for a short time remove the indicated toner cartridge and rock it gently from side to side for a short time before replacing it.
SA O O X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
Remark 220V 110V
220V 110V 220V 110V
9.10. Cassette Assy Exploded View
12 S1 2
Cassette Assy Assembly Parts List
Description MEA-CASSETTE PMO-FRAME CASSETTE PMO-COVER CASSETTE PMO-GUIDE SIDE CST PMO-GUIDE FRONT CST PMO-GUIDE REAR IPR-PLATE K/UP IPR-FINGER IPR-SPRING PLATE G/SIDE IPR-GUIDE PLATE PAPER SPRING ETC-KNOCK UP(270) SPRING ETC-LOCKER PMO-LOCKER PLATE RPR-PAD CST LABEL(R)-INSTRUCTION LABEL(R)-HEIGHT XEROX SCREW-TAPTITE
SEC.Code JC97-01753A JC72-01069A JC72-01068A JC72-01072A JC72-01070A JC72-01071A JC70-00357A JC70-00220A JC70-00358A JC70-00356A 6107-001200 JG61-70531A JC72-01073A JC73-10910A JC68-01174A JC68-00516A 6003-000196
SA O O O O O O O O O O X O O O X X X
9.11. SCF Cassette Assy Exploded View
SCF Cassette Assy Assembly Parts List
No. 19 S8
Description MEA UNIT-CASSETTE SCF(LTR) MEA UNIT-CASSETTE SCF(A4) PMO-FRAME CASSETTE(SCF) PMO-COVER CASSETTE(SCF) PMO-GUIDE SIDE(SCF) PMO-GUIDE FRONT CST PMO-GUIDE REAR(SCF) IPR-PLATE K/UP IPR-FINGER IPR-SPR PLATE G/SIDE IPR-GUIDE PLT PAPER SPRING-CS SPRING-CS SPRING ETC-LOCKER,PLATE PMO-LOCKER PLATE PMO-DUMMY SIDE GUIDE(SCF) RPR-PAD CST LABEL(P)-INSTRUCTION CST LABEL(R)-HEIGHT CST LABEL(P)-LTR LABEL(P)-A4 GREASE BEARING SCREW-TAPTITE
SEC.Code JC97-01809A JC97-01809B JC72-01238A JC72-01236A JC72-01243A JC72-00798B JC72-01239A JC70-00221A JC70-00220A JC70-10929A JC70-10923A 6107-001190 6107-001213 JG61-70531A JC72-41210A JC72-01237A JC73-10910A JC68-01174A JC68-00709A JC68-01227A JC68-01232A 0205-001087 6003-000196
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Remark LETTER A4
9.12. Frame SCF Assy Exploded View
3-10 3-6 3-9 3-13 3-5 3-11 3-7 3-8 1-3 1-9 1-1 1-4 1-S9 1-5 1-6 1-7 3-8 3-3 3-8 3-1
S8 S9 1
2-3 2-6 2-5 2-4
9-26 Service Manual Samsung Electronics
Frame SCF Assy Assembly Parts List
No. 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-S2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-S3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-12 3-13 3-7 8
Description MEA BASE-FRAME SCF ELA HOU-MOTOR SCF IPR-GROUND_ROLLER RING-E MOTOR STEP-SCF SOLENOID-PICK UP GEAR-P/UP DRV SCF GEAR-IDLER OPTION GEAR-IDLE(Z=30) GEAR-IDLE(SCF) IPR-BRKT GEAR SCREW-TAPTITE MEA HOU-GUIDE LOWER SCF PMO-GUIDE LOWER RAIL(SCF) SPRING CS PMO-BUSH IDLE ROLL-SCF16 PMO-HOLDER IDLE ROLL16 PMO-COVER GUIDE LOWER(SCF) PMO-GUIDE LOWER(SCF) PMO-ROLLER IDLE(SCF) GREASE-BEARING SCREW-TAPTITE MEA HOU-GUIDE UPPER SCF RING-E SPRING ETC-PICKUP GEAR-PICK UP GEAR-FEED (SCF) PMO-ACTUATOR EMPTY PMO-SHAFT PICK UP PMO-GUIDE UPPER(SCF) PMO-BEARING SHAFT PMO-BUSHING_P/U,MP RPR-RUBBER PICK UP RPR-ROLLER FEED SCF PBA SUB-SCF COVER SENSOR PBA SUB-SCF P_EMPTY SENSOR GREASE-BEARING FOOT-ML80 CAM-CATCH IPR-PLATE GROUND(A) IPR-PLATE LOCKER(L) IPR-PLATE LOCKER(R)
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9.17 MP Assy Exploded View
MP Assy Assembly Parts List
No. S5 S9
Description ELA UNIT-MP RING-E SOLENOID-MP SPRING ETCCAM MP SPRING ETC-PICK UP MP SPRING ETC-KNOCKUP,MP IPR-BRACKET SOLENOIDE PMO-HOLDER CAM MPF PMO-ROLLER CAM.MP PMO-ACTUATOR,MP PMO-ADJUSTER,MP PMO-CAM PICK UP,MP PMO-FRAME,MP PMO-HOLDER PAD,MP PMO-HOLDER SENSOR,MP PMO-HOUSING PICK UP,MP PMO-PLATE KNOCK UP,MP PMO-IDLE PICK UP MP PMO-BUSHING_P/U,MP RPR-RUBBER PICK UP,MP PAD-MP(PLUS) RPR-PAD KNOCK UP MP PBA SUB-MP_EMPTY SENSOR PMO-GEAR P/U MPF SHEET-PAPER MP WASHER-PLAIN SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE
SEC.Code JC96-02774A 6044-000125 JC33-00006B JC61-00003A JC61-00041A JC61-00483A JC70-00237A JC72-00055A JC72-00761A JC72-00767A JC72-00768A JC72-00769A JC72-00770A JC72-00771A JC72-00772A JC72-00773A JC72-00775A JC72-41027A JC72-41364A JC73-00089A JC69-00494A JC73-10906A JC92-01500A JC72-00056A JC63-00240A 6031-000023 6003-000119 6003-000266
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9.18 Pick-up Assy Exploded View
Pick-up Assy Assembly Parts List
Description MEA-PICKUP SPRING ETC-PICKUP IPR-GROUND FEED IPR-GUIDE INPUT PMO-CAP CONNECTOR L PMO-CAP CONNECTOR U PMO-ACTUATOR EMPTY PMO-SHAFT PICK UP PMO-GUIDE PAPER PBA SUB-P.EMPTY SENSOR PMO-BEARING SHAFT PMO-BUSHING_P/U,MP RUBBER-PICK UP
SEC.Code JC97-01755A JC61-00482A JC70-00359A JC70-00360A JC72-00463A JC72-00465A JC72-00719A JC72-00729A JC72-01076A JC92-01453A JC72-41191A JC72-41364A JC73-00149A
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9.19 Feeder Assy Exploded View
1-1 1-3 1-S8 S24 3-5 3-3 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-15 3-4 3-S19 5
Feeder Assy Assembly Parts List
No. 1-1 1-2 1-2-1 2-2 2-3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-25 S8
Description MEA UNIT-FEED MEA-HOLDER PINCH C3 PMO-HOLDER PINCH C3 PMO-ROLLER FEED L IPR-SHAFT FEED IDLER MEA-HOLDER PINCH C5 PMO-HOLDER PINCH C5 PMO-ROLLER FEED L IPR-SHAFT FEED IDLER MEA-HOLDER PINCH M PMO-HOLDER PINCH M PMO-ROLLER FEED L PMO-SUB HOLDER FEED PMO-ROLLER FEED S IPR-SHAFT FEED IDLER PMO-FRAME FEED RING-E PMO-BUSHING FEED MID IPR-BRKT FEED MID WASHER-PLAIN PMO-ROLLER FEED MID SHAFT-FEED MID PMO-BUSHING P/U.MP GROUND-PICKUP PLATE PMO-ROLLER FEED SHAFT-FEED GEAR-MP/DUP DRV PMO-PULLEY FEED L BELT-TIMING GEAR GEAR-FEED PMO-PULLEY FEED S PMO-BRKT FEED PMO-PULLEY IDLE RING-CS SPRING-ETC FEED MID SPRING ETC FEED MID A SPRING ETC-FEED MP SCREW-TAPTITE
22 Main BD(CN21)
Pin Signal Name 1 +3.3V 4 nS_EMPT DGND NC
Dir Pin Signal Name <<<<-
XPData(24) nXIRQ _OUT
23 Main BD(CN31)
Pin Signal Name 1 +3.3V 4 nS_MP_EMPT DGND NC
Sensor(MP Em pty)
24 Main BD(CN33)
Signal Name <<3 nS_ITB_HOME DGND A_ITB_HO ME DGND nLED_ON V_MON GNDA +5VL AN_CTD DGND nITB_CONFIRM J4 J3 J14 J13 J12 J11 J10 J9 J8 J1 J2 J6 J5 +5VL J7 Pin <<<<<<<<<<<<NC NC Signal Name Dir Pin Signal Name Pin +24VF nSOL_DUP Signal Name Dir Pin <<<-
29 Main BD(CN24)
33 Main BD(CN10) ITB Unit (Drawer Connector on Frame)
30 Main BD(CN26)
12 Signal Name <<<Pin 3 nSOL_TNC 2 Signal Name +3.3V Dir Pin 1
25 Main BD(CN19)
31 Main BD(CN17)
Pin DGND nS_TONER_RX DGND NC <<2 <Signal Name +3.3V Dir Pin 1 Signal Name <-
26 Main BD(CN23)
27 Main BD(CN25)
32 Main BD(CN15)
Pin A_TEMP GNDA Signal Name
Dir Pin Signal Name <<-
28 Main BD(CN32)
34 Main BD(CN12)
Samsung CLP-510/550 Series
Color Laser Printer Product Guide
World-renowned quality and innovation delivering unprecedented productivity and solutions.
Productivity. Quality. Solutions. Samsung works for you.
Samsung CLP-510/550 Series color laser printers are the best in the business because theyre the most complete. Theyre fast. Powerful. Durable. Efficient. Delivering sharp laser text and beautiful photographquality images, even on plain paper, in a way that makes your documents more powerful than ever.
Check the specs.
Compare our CLP Series color laser printers to the competition, and its easy to see ours are the fastest and quietest. What you wont find in their brochures, though, is the CLP Series cost of ownership advantage. As soon as we introduced our CLP Series printers, the CLP-500 was independently tested to be the most cost-effective among key competitors, delivering the lowest cost per page and lowest total cost of ownership when printing both color and black and white.
Samsung color laser printers are the most productive in the category. With fast print speeds. High paper capacity. The easiest toner changes. And so much more, including the largest toner capacity in their class and a low cost per page.
Save big when printing both color and black and white.
Samsung CLP Series Cost Per Page vs. the Competition
(Cents) 0 6.2 cents
Black and white pages Color pages
In a recent reliability survey, Samsung was the only color printer manufacturer rated Outstanding by PC World magazine (12/03). Our printers are also constantly recognized for their superior print quality, technical innovation and more.
Compared to the Samsung CLP Series printer, the cost of printing one color and one black and white page is almost 8% higher for the Minolta 2300W and a staggering 86% higher for the HP 1500L.
Save almost $160 on every box of paper printed.
Average Cost To Print 500 Pages
(250 Color, 250 Black And White)
$40 $35 $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 $0 Samsung CLP-500 Minolta 2300W HP 1500L $18.25 $19.75 $34.00
Always leading with technology, Samsung color laser printers are the first with built-in automatic duplexing. They also offer network and wireless solutions. Professional-level color matching software. And the support of a solutions team dedicated to meeting unique customer needs.
With its significantly lower cost per page, a Samsung CLP Series color laser printer can save you up to $15.75 in printing costs each ream. Thats almost $160 per 10-ream box.
Test Methodology Summary NSTL, Inc. conducted an independent cost per page analysis that included three high-quality color laser printer models. The cost per page analysis is a comparison of the indices that could be used to forecast possible printing costs after the purchase of the printers. Each printers index is arrived at by summing the individual consumables cost per page. The individual consumable cost per page is calculated by dividing the accumulated consumable yield from all test runs into the total cost of the consumables utilized by those runs. Toner yield output is defined as the total of all printed sheets, for six cartridges of each color (including black), that did not contain a major permanent print error (e.g. print quality deemed unacceptable). Drum yield output is defined as the total number of sheets printed, regardless of print quality, while printing with a specific drum. NSTL concluded that the Samsung CLP-500 offered the lowest cost per page and the lowest total cost of ownership, and that the difference in the cost per page could save the end user a significant amount of money over the life of the printer. All figures noted are from NSTLs independent test.
Toner changes as easy as 1-2-3.
Instead of the 16 time-consuming steps required by other color laser printers to change all four cartridges, our NO NOIS technology makes it easy to change them all in just three quick steps.
Samsung CLP-510/550 Series Toner Change
Easier. More reliable. Our innovative engine design is a breakthrough.
Our CLP-510/550 Series color laser printers feature an innovative new static engine architecture that requires fewer moving parts. With this exclusive NO NOIS (Non-Orbiting Noiseless Optic Imaging System) technology, youll enjoy easier toner changes, higher reliability and quieter operation.
Open Exchange Close
Its a simple 3-step process. Open a door. Exchange a single cartridge or all four. Close a door. No headaches. No fuss. No messy toner spilling all over your favorite khakis.
Samsung CLP-510/550 Series Printers
With our exclusive NO NOIS engine design, the toner cartridges are fixed securely in place, resulting in easier, quieter, more reliable operation.
Fixed Toner Cartridges
Photo-quality printing on plain paper.
Samsung CLP-510/550 Series printers deliver photoquality images without the expense of specialty paper. So the beautiful image you see on screen is the beautiful image that shows up in your documents.
The competitors print process requires constant rotation of all toner cartridges, resulting in more difficult toner changes, excessive noise and lower reliability.
Rotating Toner Cartridges
Lowest noise level in the category.
One of the benefits of NO NOIS technology is that it allows our CLP-510/550 Series color laser printers to operate as low as 48 dBA, making for a more comfortable workplace.
Built-in duplex unit takes the guesswork out.
Manual duplexing, or printing both sides of a sheet of paper, is often an aggravating scenario of endless guesswork trying to figure out exactly how to feed the paper. Its a huge waste of time and paper and toner that we thought youd be better off without. Thats why we designed the CLP-510/550 Series with built-in duplexing. The whole process is as simple as pushing a button. On the competitors machines, automatic duplexing is about $399 extra, or not even an option.
Increased productivity. Higher quality. And more.
The speed you need.
Our CLP-510/550 Series printers deliver documents fast. They print in color up to 6 pages per minute, black and white up to 25 pages per minute.
Plays well with others.
With Ethernet and 802.11b wireless options, plus the embedded USB 2.0 (and IEEE-1284 parallel ports on 550 Series), CLP-510/550 Series printers are ready for easy plug-and-print setup on almost any system.
Included cassette provides superior paper handling.
Our CLP-510/550 Series printers have one of the highest paper capacities in the category. Theyre also one of the only ones that include a standard paper cassette, for sleeker, more secure paper storage. You can print 350 pages without ever having to reload.
Because they operate with fewer moving parts, our CLP-510/550 Series color laser printers operate with fewer service interruptions.
The CLP-510 comes with a 1 year on-site warranty, the only warranty like it in its class. When you offer a reliable printer, you can do things like that.
Maximum Paper Capacity
Big jobs are no problem.
With the USB 2.0 connection and built-in high-capacity expandable memory, even the heaviest load is handled with ease.
Low running costs.
With large-capacity toner cartridges, our CLP-510/550 Series printers are among the most economical models in the category.
CLP-510/550 Series High-capacity internal paper cassette is sleek and secure.
Competitors External paper tray is awkward and fragile.
Built-in status monitor.
An easy-to-read LCD window gives you a prompt status report and at-a-glance troubleshooting.
CLP-510/550 Series Specs
General Technology Max Print Speed (Black, Color) Duplex Max Print Speed (Black, Color) First Page Out (Black, Color) Processor Color Management Memory, Standard Memory, Maximum Print Language Resolution Print Resolution Connectivity Connectivity, Standard 510: High-Speed USB 2.0 550: High-Speed USB 2.0, IEEE-1284 Parallel 510N: High-Speed USB 2.0, 550N: High-Speed USB 2.0, 10/100Base-TX IEEE-1284 Parallel, 10/100Base-TX 510/550: 10/100Base-TX, 10/100Base-TX + 802.11b Wireless LAN 510N/550N: 10/100Base-TX + 802.11b Wireless LAN 8.5" x 14" (Legal Size) 250 Sheets, 100 Sheets 500 Sheets 250 Sheets Automatic, Built-In Unit 98, Me, 2000, XP, 2003, NT 4.0 (510N Only) Apple Mac OS1 Linux Miscellaneous Standard Fonts (Scalable, TrueType) Noise Level2 Power Consumption (Printing, Idle) Monthly Duty Cycle (Black) Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Consumables Black Toner (3,000, 7,000 Pages) Cyan Toner (2,000, 5,000 Pages) Yellow Toner (2,000, 5,000 Pages) Toner Yield (Mono, Color) OPC Drum Waste Toner Container Image Transfer Belt Accessories Second Paper Cassette Network Solution Wireless/Network Solution Memory Upgrade
1 Max 2 Samsung 3 Letter
Laser Up To 25 ppm, 6 ppm Up To 11 ppm, 6 ppm Approx. 13 Sec., 21 Sec. Samsung SPGPm 64 MB 192 MB SPL-C
Up To 21 ppm, 5 ppm Up To 10 ppm, 5 ppm Approx. 15 Sec., 24 Sec. PPC 603e 266MHz 550: 64 MB 550N: 128 MB 550: 320 MB 550N: 384 MB PS 3, PCL 5Ce, SPL-C
ICC ICM V2.0
Up To 1200 dpi Effective Resolution
Paper Handling Max Sheet Size Input Capacity, Standard (Tray 1, Multi-Purpose Tray) Input Capacity, Optional Output Capacity, Standard (Face-Down) Duplexing Supported OS Microsoft Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP OS 8.29.2, 10.110.3
Red Hat, Caldera, Debian, Mandrake, Slackware, Turbolinux, SuSE N/A 49 dBA 450 Watts, 17 Watts 45, dBA 450 Watts, 35 Watts
Up To 35,000 Pages 20.1" x 18.5" x 15.9" 70.5 lbs. CLP-510D3K, CLP-510D7K CLP-510D2C, CLP-510D5C CLP-510D2Y, CLP-510D5Y CLP-510RB CLP-500WB CLP-510RT CLP-510S5 ML-00NC ML-00LC ML-00MC (64 MB), ML-00MD (128 MB) CLP-500D7K CLP-500D5C CLP-500D5M CLP-500D5Y CLP-500RB CLP-500WB CLP-500RT CLP-500S5
Magenta Toner (2,000, 5,000 Pages) CLP-510D2M, CLP-510D5M
7,000 Pages 3 5,000 Pages3 ,
print speed and resolution may be reduced with Mac OS. Duplex function is not available in Mac OS 10.1. operating acoustics measured by sound pressure level according to ISO 7779 standards. size at 5% coverage.
2005 Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Specifications and design are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. All brand, product, service names and logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers and companies. Printed in USA. CLP1/05r3
CLP-550 color laser printer features patent-pending No Nois technology engine. Designed to meet a variety of color imaging needs for small and medium-sized businesses, this extremely versatile model offers a host of industry-leading features not typically found on comparable units such as built-in automatic duplex units for error free two-sided printing and optional wireless capabilities. Given its optional network connectivity, the printer is also suitable for use in corporate workgroup environments.
|Printer Type||Workgroup printer - laser - color|
|Print Speed||Up to 20 ppm - B/W Up to 5 ppm - color|
|Built-in Devices||Status LCD|
|Max Resolution ( B&W )||1200 dpi x 1200 dpi|
|Max Resolution ( Color )||1200 dpi x 1200 dpi|
|Language Simulation||PostScript 3, SPL-C, PCL 5Ce|
|Fonts Included||136 x PostScript 3 45 x PCL 5Ce|
|Processor||PowerPC 603e 266 MHz|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||64 MB / 320 MB (max)|
|Technology / Form Factor||SDRAM|
|Media Type||Envelopes, transparencies, labels, plain paper, cards|
|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), A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), A6 (4.13 in x 5.83 in)|
|Total Media Capacity||350 sheets|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x autoload - 100 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) 1 x autoload - 250 sheets|
|Max Media Capacity||850 sheets|
|Monthly Duty Cycle||35000 pages|
|Cartridge / Printhead Included Qty||4|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||2 ( 2 ) x memory|
|Connections||1 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type B 1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 36 pin Centronics|
|Consumables Included||1 x toner cartridge ( black ) - up to 2000 pages 1 x toner cartridge ( cyan ) - up to 1500 pages 1 x toner cartridge ( magenta ) - up to 1500 pages 1 x toner cartridge ( yellow ) - up to 1500 pages|
|Certified for Windows Vista||Certified for Windows Vista software and devices have undergone compatibility tests for ease-of-use, better performance and enhanced security.|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Power Consumption Operational||450 Watt|
|Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep||45 Watt|
|Software / System Requirements|
|OS Required||Apple MacOS 8.6 or later, Microsoft Windows 2000 / NT4.0, Red Hat Linux, TurboLinux, SuSe Linux, Caldera OpenLinux, Linux Mandrake, Apple MacOS X 10.1, Debian Linux, Apple MacOS X 10.2, Slackware Linux, Apple MacOS X 10.0, Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/XP|
|Sound Emission (Operating)||48 dB|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||CLP-550, CLP-550/XAA|
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