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[ 1 ] PRODUCT OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
[ 2 ] CONFIGURATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1
[ 3 ] SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1
[ 4 ] CONSUMABLE PARTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1
[ 5 ] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES . . . . . . . 5 - 1
[ 6 ] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 1
[ 7 ] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY, MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . 7 - 1
[ 8 ] MACHINE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 1
[ 9 ] ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 1
[10] SIMULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 1
[11] TROUBLE CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 1
[12] ELECTRICAL SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 - 1
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LASER PRINTER

MODEL
OPTIONS
CONTENTS
SHARP CORPORATION
CODE : 00ZARM350/A1E
AR-M350
AR-M450
AR-EF1 / AR-M11 / AR-RK1
This document has been published to be used for
after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

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  • Page 1: Laser Printer

    CODE : 00ZARM350/A1E LASER PRINTER AR-M350 AR-M450 MODEL OPTIONS AR-EF1 / AR-M11 / AR-RK1 CONTENTS [ 1 ] PRODUCT OUTLINE ....... . 1 - 1 [ 2 ] CONFIGURATION.
  • Page 3: Cautions On Laser

    CAUTION Cautions on laser +10 nm At the production line, the output power of the scanner unit 785 nm Wave length −15 nm is adjusted to 0.4 MILLIWATT PLUS 8 % and is maintained constant by the operation of the Automatic Power Control (APC). North America: Pulse times 35 cpm model: (4.1 µs ±...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS [7] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY, MAINTENANCE [1] PRODUCT OUTLINE ......1-1 1. Self print of set values......7-1 [2] CONFIGURATION 2.
  • Page 5: Product Outline

    [1] PRODUCT OUTLINE * For the items which are not specified in this Service Manual, refer to the AR-P350/P450 Service Manual. A. Scanner unit with duplex SPF (AR-EF1) This unit is an option scanner unit for the laser printer AR-P350/P450/ M350/M450.
  • Page 6: Configuration

    •Power Supply Unit (AR-DC1) is required for Stand/MPD&2000 Sheet Paper Drawer (AR-D13) and Three paper drawer stand (AR-D14) MFP model (35ppm) AR-M350 •B/W Scanner module/DSPF (AR-EF1) (Standard) •Scanner Rack(AR-RK1) (Standard) MFP model (45ppm) AR-M450 •Stand/MPD&2000 sheet paper drawer (AR-D13) or Three paper drawer stand (AR-D14) •Power supply unit (AR-DC1) AR-M350 CONFIGURATION 2-1...
  • Page 7: List Of Combination Of Peripheral Devices

    3. List of combination of peripheral devices As shown in the table below, some other peripheral devices ( B ) may be needed for installation of a peripheral device ( A ) and some peripheral devices cannot be installed together. Related for scanner feature B/W scanner module/DSPF AR-EF1...
  • Page 8: Specifications

    [3] SPECIFICATIONS (in mm) Paper size 1. Basic Specification A. Base Engine (AR-M350/M450) (1) Form AR-M350/AR-M450 Console type (2) Engine speed Japanese postcard Paper size AR-M350 AR-M450 Ledger A4, 8.5" x 11" 35ppm 45ppm Legal A5R/5.5" x 8.5"R 35ppm 45ppm...
  • Page 9: Specific Function

    B. Document Feeding Equipment (4) Print Function a. General (1) One-drawer tray (included in the base engine) Paper feed method One-drawer tray When an optional PS3 expansion kit is Sizes to be fed A4, B5, 8.5" x 11" installed Paper capacity 500 sheets (at 80g/m²) Function PCL5e/...
  • Page 10 B. Expanded RAM e. Font When an optional PS3 expansion kit is Installation of an expanded RAM will avoid the following status. installed Function PCL5e/ 1) Time out error reduction PCL6 (Windows) (Macintosh) 2) Spool time reduction Resident font 45 fonts 136 fonts 35 fonts 3) Avoidance of VM error / memory full...
  • Page 11 D. Copy function Half tone reproduction Equivalent to 256 levels (1) Copy Speed Exposure adjustment Light / Auto / Dark AR-M350 AR-M450 Quality selection Half-tone ON/OFF Resolution* Normal ( 200x200dpi ) Actual Reduction Enlargement Actual Reduction Enlargement Fine ( 300x300dpi ) Super fine ( 400x400dpi ) 8.5"x11"...
  • Page 12: B/W Scanner Module (Dspf)

    (7) Copy Function 3. B/W Scanner Module (DSPF) Function APS (1) Form Scanner (Document glass) / DSPF standard Paper type select Operation panel integral type By type setting (common hardware for all the destinations) Auto tray switching Rotation copy (2) Destination judgment Electronic sort When connected with a base engine, the type (Japan domestic 100V, Rotation sort...
  • Page 13: Rack For Scanner

    (6) Power Source OR guide Rear left side Original reference position " " Supplied from the main unit display (Print display) (7) Dimensions Left side OR guide (From the Interior side) External dimensions 808 x 619x180 mm (Print display) [5-1/2]•[A5E]•[B5E]•[A4E/A5]• (WxDxH) [8.5"]•[B4/B5]•[11"]•[A3/A4] Occupied space...
  • Page 14: Consumable Parts

    [4] CONSUMABLE PARTS 1.Supply system table A.USA Name Content Life Product name Remark Toner CA(Black) Toner(Toner : Net Weight 814g) AR-450NT *Life setup is based on A4 6% (*1 AR-450NT-J) Developer Developer(Developer : Net Weight 450g) 100K AR-450ND Drum Drum AR-450DR 50K maintenance kit Cleaner blade...
  • Page 15 C.Europe/Australia/New Zealand Name Content Life Product name Remark Toner CA(Black) Toner(Toner : Net Weight 814g) AR-450T *Life setup is based on A4 6% Developer Developer(Developer : Net Weight 450g) 100K AR-450DV Drum Drum AR-450DM 50K PM kit Cleaner blade AR-450KC Drum separation pawl Screen grid Toner reception seal...
  • Page 16 E.Israel/Russia/CIS/Philippines Name Content Life Product name Remark Toner CA(Black) Toner(Toner : Net Weight 814g) AR-450FT *Life setup is based on A4 6% Developer Developer(Developer : Net Weight 450g) 100K AR-450SD Drum Drum AR-450DR 50K PM kit Cleaner blade AR-450KC Drum separation pawl Screen grid Toner reception seal Side malt F...
  • Page 17 G.Hong kong Name Content Life Product name Remark Toner CA(Black) Toner(Toner : Net Weight 814g) AR-450ST-C *Life setup is based on A4 6% Developer Developer(Developer : Net Weight 450g) 100K AR-450SD-C Drum Drum AR-450DR-C 50K PM kit Cleaner blade AR-450KC Drum separation pawl Screen grid Toner reception seal...
  • Page 18: Production Number Identification

    2.Production number identification A. Drum cartridge C. Developer cartridge The lot number, printed on the front side flange, is composed of 10 digits, The lot number is composed of 10 digits each digit indicates the each digit showing the following content: following.
  • Page 19: External Views And Internal Structures

    [5] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 1. Appearance " # & DSPF exit area Scanned originals are deposited here. Document feeding area cover Open to remove misfeed originals in this area. Original guides Adjust to the size of the originals. Document feeder tray Set the originals here for automatic feeding.
  • Page 20: Operation Panel

    2. Operation panel When the printer is equipped with a scanner module, the operation panel on the main unit will become inoperative and the panel on the scanner module must be used. The operation panel on the printer engine side does not function. "...
  • Page 21: Touch Panel

    3. Touch Panel A. Basic screen of copy mode When the copy mode key is pressed, this display screen will appear showing the basic copy mode selections. READY TO SCAN FOR COPY. ORIGINAL AUTO SPECIAL MODES EXPOSURE AUTO 2-SIDED COPY PAPER SELECT 100% OUTPUT...
  • Page 22 B. Print mode screen This screen is displayed when the print mode is selected. (The display varies with the mode. For the display in other modes) SELECT JOB. PRINT HOLD JOB LIST Sharp 005 Microsoft Word - Test001 Sharp 006 EXCEL1 CONDITION SETTINGS ! "...
  • Page 23 C. Job status screen (common to print, copy, network scan, and fax modes) This screen is displayed when the [JOB STATUS] key on the operation panel is pressed. A job list showing the current job at the top of the job queue or a list showing completed jobs can be displayed. The contents of the jobs can be viewed, moved up to the highest priority in the job queue or deleted from the queue.
  • Page 24: Cross Sectional View

    4. Cross sectional view 3 SPSD 4 SDD Name Name CIS unit (AR-EF1 only) Original feed roller Original resist roller Copy lamp base unit Original resist front sensor (SPSD) No. 1 mirror Original set sensor Copy lamp (Xenon) Original take-up roller Mirror base unit Original length sensor 1 (SLD1) No.
  • Page 25: Pwb

    6. PWB Name Function/Operation SPF control PWB SPF control Original size detection PWB (Light emitting side) Original size detection when using the table glass CCD PWB (in lens unit) (The lens unit cannot be disassembled.) Image scan (Table glass/SPF surface) SPF original width detection volume PWB SPF original width detection MFP operation PWB...
  • Page 26: Unpacking And Installation

    [6] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 1. Installing procedure flowchart There are many combinations between this machine and option units. For installing option units, observe the following procedures for efficiency. To install the devices effciently, follow the procedure below. Some peripheral devices may have been installed as standard devices depending on the main unit model. Part of descriptions and illustrations may be different.
  • Page 27: Note For Installation Place

    2. Note for installation place 4. Machine installing procedure Improper installation may damage this product. Please note the following Note: In advance to installation of the machine, the paper feed option during initial installation and whenever the machine is moved. units (AR-D13 or AR-D14) should have been installed.
  • Page 28 B. Installation of paper feed options to the machine <3>Reattach the paper tray of the main unit. Note: Before use of this machine, one of the paper feed option units (AR-D13/AR-D14) should be installed to the machine for safety reasons. Refer to the drawing of the AR-MU1 in this manual.
  • Page 29 5) Connect the power supply unit harness to the PCU PWB of the main 7) Attach the rear cabinet of the stand/paper drawer. unit of the printer. <1>Pass the cord of the power supply unit through the hole of the rear <1>Remove the screw that fixes the harness cover of the main unit of the cabinet and attach the rear cabinet to the stand/paper drawer.
  • Page 30 C. Setting related to process D. Toner cartridge settings 1) Open the left door and the front door. 1) Remove a new toner cartridge from the package and shake it horizontally five or six times. 2) Remove the developer cartridge from the machine. 2) Insert a new toner cartridge.
  • Page 31: Ar-Ef1 / Ar-Rk1

    E. Setting related to fusing 5. AR-EF1 / AR-RK1 1) Put down the right and the left levers of the fusing unit in the arrow <Before installation> direction. •For installation, an MFP control board (AR-M11) is needed. Parts included for the rack Parts included in the scanner unit Cam A securing screw...
  • Page 32 3) Mount the rack to the desk unit. 5) Put the scanner unit on the rack. Insert the bosses of the rack into the two rack mounting holes from Hold the grips of the scanner unit, put the scanner unit on the rack which the cut-off portions of the rear cabinet of the desk unit have from the front of the rack by positioning the unit to the rack as shown been removed, and use two screws (M5 x 70) to secure each rack.
  • Page 33: Automatic Developer Adjustment

    7. Adjustment of distortion If another peripheral device must be installed, carry out the following Since adjustment was made at the shipment, any additional adjustment step at the end of the installation work. is not needed basically. If distortion occurs as shown in the illustration, however, perform the adjustment by following the procedure below.
  • Page 34: Ar-M11

    8. AR-M11 4) Move the optional boards to the MFP control PWB. Remove the print server card, the HDD PWB, the expansion <Before installation> memory, the PS Kanji font ROM, and the E2PROM from the removed printer control PWB unit and mount them to the positions of the MFP •For installation of AR-M11, a scanner module is needed.
  • Page 35 5) Attach the MFP control PWB. Attach the MFP control PWB unit to the main unit of the printer and If another peripheral device must be installed, carry out the following fix it using five screws. step at the end of the installation work. 7) Turn on the main switch of the main unit of the printer.
  • Page 36: Disassembly And Assembly, Maintenance

    [7] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY, MAINTENANCE 1. Self print of set values Use of SIM 22-6 allows to print the set values and the jam history of the machine. These values must be printed before execution of maintenance or disassembly procedures. 2.
  • Page 37 B. Engine section For disassembly procedures, refer to the AR-P350/P450 Service Manual. Maintenance cycle : 50K Check (Clean, replace, or adjust as necessary.) Clean Replace Adjust Lubricate Move position When Unit name Part name 50K 100K 150K 200K 250K 300K 350K 400K Remark calling Drum peripheral...
  • Page 38 C. Peripheral devices Maintenance cycle : 50K Check (Clean, replace, or adjust as necessary.) Clean Replace Adjust Lubricate Move position When Option name Part name 50K 100K 150K 200K 250K 300K 350K 400K Remark calling Paper feed Paper feed Note 3 + Manual feed separation section rollers...
  • Page 39: Disassembly And Assembly

    3. Disassembly and assembly (2) Scanner section a. Rear cabinet, rear lower cabinet A. Scanner unit 1) Remove the scanner rear cabinet and the rear lower cabinet. (1) (D) SPF unit removal 1) Remove the rear cabinet of the scanner section. 2) Disconnect the connector.
  • Page 40 d. Table glass, SPF glass f. Original detection PWB (Light emitting side) 1) Remove the table glass holder and the SPF glass holder, and 1) Remove the rear cabinet. remove the table glass and the SPF glass. 2) Remove the original detection unit (Light emitting side). " " "...
  • Page 41 h. OC open sensor k. Operation panel unit 1) Remove the rear cabinet. 1) Remove the operation panel lower cabinet. 2) Remove the OC open sensor. i. Mirror home position sensor 1) Remove the rear cabinet. 2) Remove the harnesses. 2) Remove the mirror home position sensor.
  • Page 42 l. Inverter PWB/LVDS PWB/LCD panel n. Original detection PWB (Light receiving side) 1) Remove the operation panel unit. 1) Remove the operation panel lower cabinet. 2) Remove the harness, and remove the inverter PWB and the LVDS 2) Remove the original detection PWB (light receiving side). PWB.
  • Page 43 3) Remove the scanner interface PWB. Note for CCD/lens unit installation <1>Adjust the CCD unit adjustment value listed in the table below with the scribed line on the lens base. CCD unit adjustment value (+) direction Reference line (-) direction 1 scale: 1.4mm (3) (D) SPF unit a.
  • Page 44 b. Stopper solenoid e. Original length sensor 1) Remove the upper transport unit cover. 1) Remove the OC cover. 2) Remove the stopper solenoid. " c. Sensors 1) Remove the upper transport unit cover. 2)Remove the original length sensor cover, and remove the sensor. 2) Remove the sensors.
  • Page 45 3) Remove the original paper feed unit. Original width detection volume installation <1>Extend the original guide to the maximum position. <2>Adjust so that the mark on the width detection pinion gear is fitted with the mark on the volume mounting plate. h.
  • Page 46 3) Remove the cover, and remove the CIS control PWB. k. Paper exit sensor 1) Remove the paper exit sensor. l. Paper exit roller 1) Remove the original paper feed unit. For easy installation of the cover, slide the earth line to the connector 2) Remove the paper exit roller gear.
  • Page 47 m. SPF motor o. SPF paper feed unit, original paper feed solenoid, SPF original paper feed clutch 1) Remove the original paper feed unit. 2) Remove the SPF drive unit. 1) Remove the SPF paper feed unit. 2) Remove the SPF paper guide. 3) Remove the SPF motor.
  • Page 48: Machine Operation

    [8] MACHINE OPERATION 2. Standard original setting orientation Descriptions of functions that follow in this manual assume that originals 1. Acceptable originals are oriented as shown. A stack of up to 50 original sheets of the same size paper can be set in Place originals in the document feeder tray or on the document glass so the document feeder tray provided the stack that the top of the original is positioned to the rear side of the machine.
  • Page 49 B. Adjustment values (1) Adjustment values saved in PCU Counters Adjustment values Others Drum rotating time counter Developing bias voltage value Serial number (accumulated time) Developing unit rotating time counter Cleaning mode developing bias voltage value Trouble history Toner supply time (Section IC chip) Main high voltage adjustment Tray 1 size Drum rotating time (Section IC chip)
  • Page 50: Key Operator Program

    (2) Adjustment values saved in SCANNER Counters Adjustment values Others Scan counter Original lead edge adjustment value Exposure mode setup value SPF paper pass counter Original off-center adjustment value Serial number SPF stamp counter Original image loss quantity adjustment value Magnification ratio adjustment value SPF resist quantity adjustment value Exposure motor speed adjustment value...
  • Page 51 Set value(Default) KEY OPERATOR PROGRAM Remark Engine section LCD Account Auditing mode ON/OFF* control Print per account Print per account display ON*/OFF Print per account print Reset account Account number control Enter new account number(5digits) Delete account number Change account number Print account number No print if acc't # invalid Yes/No*...
  • Page 52: Adjustments

    [9] ADJUSTMENTS 1. Process section A. High voltage output adjustment Adjustment item 1 Process A High voltage output adjustment (1) Developing bias output check and setup section 1) Remove the rear cabinet to allow checking of the high voltage 2 Engine A LSU right angle adjustment monitor output pin.
  • Page 53: Engine Section

    2. Engine section A. LSU right angle adjustment This adjustment is required in the following cases: Print lead edge •When the LSU is replaced. •When a distortion is generated in printer output. (Check with self-print pattern "71.") After completion of this adjustment, perform the following adjustments: •Print off-center adjustment <Specifications>...
  • Page 54: Scanner Section

    Adjustment position Measurement Specification Set value reference Default Range Print off-center SIM 50-10 Tray 1 Tray 1 Output pattern 0±1.5mm 0 - 99 Set value 1: center line 0.1mm shift Tray 2 Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 3/LCC left Tray 4 Tray 4/LCC right Manual feed Duplex...
  • Page 55 B. OC scan distortion adjustment C. Vertical image distortion balance adjustment (MB-B rail height adjustment) (Copy lamp unit installing position adjustment) •This adjustment requires a high-level preciseness. 1) Insert the front/rear mirror base drive wire into the frame groove and It is easier to perform the scanner unit distortion adjustment previously press and fix it with the wire holder.
  • Page 56 E. Vertical (sub scanning direction) distortion 5) Tighten the fixing screw of the mirror base drive pulley. 6) Perform procedures 1) through 3). adjustment [Winding pulley position adjustment] 7) If La is not equal to Lb, perform procedures 4) and 5). This adjustment is executed in the following cases: If La = Lb, the adjustment is completed.
  • Page 57 H. Orignal size detection photo sensor adjustment J. DSPF hinge diagonal adjustment (Front) 1) Execute SIM 41-2. Before executing this adjustment, the following adjustments must have At that time, check that the scanner mirror base is at the home been completed. position.
  • Page 58 (2) DSPF scan magnification ratio L. OC scan lead edge adjustment 1) Set a chart of print pattern 70 on SPF/DSPF. Before executing this adjustment, the following adjustment must have 2) Make a copy. (In the case of DSPF back copy, make a single copy in been completed.
  • Page 59 M. Original off-center adjustment Before execution of this adjustment, the following adjustment must have 5) Check the off-center (distance from the paper lead edge) of the been completed. printed copy. Repeat procedure 2 until the printed copy satisfies the •LSU right angle adjustment specifications.
  • Page 60 Normally this adjustment is performed with SIM 46-2. In this method, two 2) Place several sheets of A3 (11 x 17) white paper or more copy density adjustments in different modes can be adjusted (Sharp's specified paper) on the test chart at the rear reference. collectively. 1) Execute SIM 46-2.
  • Page 61 quality mode is required. SIM 46-5 to -7 and SIM 46-9 to -11 are used. 1) Use SIM53-7 to enter the value indicated on the side of the right 1) Execute the simulation corresponding to the copy quality mode to be hinge of the DSPF unit.
  • Page 62: Simulations

    [10] SIMULATIONS 1. Entering the simulation mode Enter the copy mode and perform the following procedures. [Main code] [START] [Sub code] [START] 2. Switching the simulation mode Press [USER SETTING] to return to the code entry screen. 3. Canceling the simulation mode Press CA key to cancel the simulation mode.
  • Page 63 Code Function (Content) Purpose Section Item Main Sub Used to check and adjust the developing bias voltage in each Adjustment, Process (OPC drum, print mode and its control circuit. operation test, check developing, transfer, cleaning) Used to check and adjust the main charger grid voltage in each Adjustment, Process (OPC drum, print mode and its control circuit.
  • Page 64 Code Function (Content) Purpose Section Item Main Sub 11 Used to check the use frequency of FAX. (send/receive) Adjustment, setup, Data (Only when FAX is installed.) operation data output, check (display) 12 Used to check the misfeed position and the number of misfeed Adjustment, setup, DSPF Trouble...
  • Page 65 Code Function (Content) Purpose Section Item Main Sub 41 Used to set Enable/Disable of the magnification ratio auto Setup Spec Operation selection function (AMS) in the pamphlet copy mode. mode (Common operation) 52 Used to set Enable/Disable of count-up when white paper is Setup Paper transport discharged.
  • Page 66 Code Function (Content) Purpose Section Item Main Sub Used to adjust the copy density in the copy mode Adjustment Picture Density (binary, auto, text, text/photo, photo mode). quality An adjustment with this simulation affects all the copy density adjustment values. Used to adjust the print density for each density level Adjustment Picture...
  • Page 67 Code Function (Content) Purpose Section Item Main Sub Used to adjust the document scan position, the image print Adjustment Picture Picture position, and the void area (image loss).(A similar adjustment quality position can be made with SIM 50-2 (simple method).) Used to adjust the document scan position, the image print Adjustment Picture...
  • Page 68 Code Function (Content) Purpose Section Item Main Sub Used to set the FAX soft switch function. (Used to utilize the Setup FAX soft switch function.) Used to set the FAX soft switch setup to the default. Data clear Data (Except for the adjustment values) Used to check the operations of FAX PWB memory Operation test, check Data...
  • Page 69 Code Function (Content) Purpose Section Item Main Sub 15 Used to set the make time in the FAX pulse dial mode (20PPS) Setup Operation and to test the dial signal output. (The dial number signal set with SIM 66-13 is outputted.) Used to check dialing troubles and the operation.
  • Page 70: Details Of Simulations

    5. Details of simulations Main code 1 Main code 2 Purpose Operation test, check Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the scanner Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the automatic (reading) unit and its control circuit. document feeder unit and its control circuit.
  • Page 71 Main code 3 Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the operation under load in the automatic document feeder unit and their control Purpose Operation test, check circuits. Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the sensors and Section DSPF detectors in the finisher and their control circuits.
  • Page 72 •The following units are added when the punch unit is installed to the console finisher: Punch motor encoder Purpose Adjustment FPSHPS Punch side register HP Function (Content) Used to adjust the stacking capacity of the FPUC Punch connection detection finisher (AR-FN6). (Used to adjust the alignment FPDS Punch dust sensor plate (jogger) stop position in the finisher paper...
  • Page 73 3-20 Main code 4 Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the mail bin stacker (AR-MS1) sensor. Purpose Operation test, check Section Mail bin stacker Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the sensors and Item Operation detectors in the paper feed section (desk paper Operation/Procedure The display is highlighted when detected.
  • Page 74 3-tray desk MCSS3 MP tray size detection 3 Main code 5 MCSS2 MP tray size detection 2 MCSS1 MP tray size detection 1 MCSPD MP tray remaining quantity Purpose Operation test, check detection Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the lamps and LCD on the operation panel and their control MCLUD MP tray upper limit...
  • Page 75 Main code 6 Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the copy lamp and its control circuit. Purpose Operation test, check Section Scanner (reading), DSPF (reading) Function (Content) Used to check the operation under load Item Operation (clutches and solenoids) in the paper transport...
  • Page 76 Main code 7 Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the operations of each fan motor and its control circuit. Purpose Setup Section Others Function (Content) Used to set the aging conditions. Item Operation Section Operation/Procedure Select with 10 digit key pad. Item Operation Operation/Procedure Select with 10 digit key pad.
  • Page 77 Main code 8 Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to set Enable/Disable of warm-up time display. Purpose Adjustment Section Function (Content) Used to check and adjust the developing bias Item Operation voltage in each print mode and its control circuit. Operation/Procedure The warm-up time is displayed in the unit of Section Process second.
  • Page 78 SIMULATION 8-6 THV+SETTING. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS START. 1. FRONT Purpose Adjustment 2. BACK Function (Content) Used to check and adjust the main charger grid voltage in each print mode and its control circuit. Section Process Press [START] key. Press [CUSTOM SETTING] key. (OPC drum, developing, transfer, cleaning) Item SIMULATION 8-6...
  • Page 79 Main code 9 Main code 10 Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the operation of the toner motor Purpose Operation test, check and its control circuit. Function (Content) Used to check the operation under load Section Process (clutches and solenoids) in the duplex section (OPC drum/developing/transfer/cleaning)/ and their control circuits.
  • Page 80 Main code 14 Main code 17 Purpose Cancel (in case of a trouble) Purpose Cancel (incase of a trouble) Function (Content) Used to cancel the self diag U1/LCC/US/PF Function (Content) Used to cancel the self diag “PF” trouble troubles. (when copy is inhibited by the host computer). Section Section Communication (RIC/MODEM)
  • Page 81 22-3 Main code 22 Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check 22-1 (display) Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check Function (Content) Used to check the misfeed position and the (display) number of misfeed at that position. Function (Content) Used to check the print count in each section (If the number of misfeed is considerably great, and in each operation mode.
  • Page 82 Code Description Manual feed tray paper feed jam (APPD2 not-reaching) 22-4 APPD2SM ADU transport sensor 2 remaining jam Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check (Manual feed tray feed paper) (display) DESK2 Desk tray 2 paper feed jam (DPFD3 not-reaching) Function (Content) Used to check the total trouble (self diag) history.
  • Page 83 22-6 22-8 Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check (print) (display) Function (Content) Used to print the list of adjustments and setup Function (Content) Used to check the number of times the staple, data (simulations, FAX soft switches, counters).
  • Page 84 Punch unit 4 holes <List of display value> AR-PN1D Punch unit 4 holes wide hole MACHINE AR-P350/350LP , AR-P450/450LP, Duplex module not installed AR-M350/350M, AR-M450/450M AR-DU3 Duplex module installed NONE/ (Model code) AR-DU4 Duplex module + DSPF NONE/ (Model code)
  • Page 85 22-11 22-13 Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check (display) (display) Function (Content) Used to check the use frequency of FAX. Function (Content) Used to display the process cartridge data. (send/receive) (Only when FAX is installed.) Section Section Item...
  • Page 86 24-3 Main code 24 Purpose Data clear 24-1 Function (Content) Used to clear the number of use of the staple, Purpose Data clear DSPF and the scanner (reading) unit. Function (Content) Used to clear the misfeed counter, misfeed Section history, trouble counter, and trouble history. Item Counter (After completion of maintenance, these...
  • Page 87 24-5 24-7 Purpose Data clear Purpose Data clear Function (Content) Used to reset the developer counter. Function (Content) Used to clear the OPC drum counter and the (The developer counter of the DV unit installed is toner cartridge counter. reset.) (Perform when the OPC drum is replaced.) Section Process...
  • Page 88 24-10 24-11 Purpose Data clear Purpose Data clear Function (Content) Used to clear the FAX counter. Function (Content) Used to reset the drum rotation time, toner motor Section rotation time, and developer rotation time Item Counter counters. The developer counter of the DV unit Operation/Procedure Select with 10 digit key pad and press START installed is reset.
  • Page 89 Main code 25 Main code 26 25-1 26-3 Purpose Operation test, check Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the main drive Function (Content) Used to set the specification mode of the auditor. section (excluding the scanner (reading) section) Setup must be made according to the use and the toner density sensor.
  • Page 90 26-6 26-18 Purpose Setup Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to set the specification according to the Function (Content) Used to set Enable/Disable of toner save destination. operation. Section (This simulation is enabled only in Japan and UK Item Spec versions. (Depends on SIM 26-6 (Destination) Operation/Procedure After setting the destination, the power is turned setup).
  • Page 91 26-38 Main code 27 Purpose Setup 27-1 Function (Content) Used to stop printing when developer life is expired. Purpose Setup Section Other Function (Content) Used to set the operation specifications when a Item Operation communication trouble occurs between the host Operation/Procedure Print enable/disable is set when the developer computer and MODEM (machine side).
  • Page 92 Main code 30 Main code 40 30-1 40-1 Purpose Operation test, check Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the sensors and Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the manual detectors in the paper feed, paper transport, and paper feed tray paper size detectors and their paper exit sections and their control circuits.
  • Page 93 40-2 40-7 Purpose Adjustment, setup Purpose Adjustment, setup Function (Content) Used to adjust the detection level of the manual Function (Content) Used to enter the adjustment value of the paper feed tray paper width volume. manual paper feed tray width detection level. Section Paper feed Section...
  • Page 94 40-12 Main code 41 Purpose Operation test, check 41-1 Function (Content) Used to adjust the width detection level of the multi-purpose tray paper width detector. Purpose Operation test, check Section Paper feed Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the document Item Operation size sensor and the related circuit.
  • Page 95 41-3 Main code 43 Purpose Operation test, check 43-1 Function (Content) Used to check the operation of the document size sensor and the related circuit. Purpose Setup (The output level of the document size sensor Function (Content) Used to set the fusing temperature in each can be monitored on the LCD display.) operation mode.
  • Page 96 *1: Only when this value is 0, control is performed with the actual measurement value of process Thermistor. Main code 44 If it is not 0, control is forcibly performed. *2: When the drum motor standby time is greater than this value, the 44-1 correction of SIM 44-1 Vb1 is performed.
  • Page 97 <List of set values 1> Paper feed tray selection Main code 46 Copy start (Default) 46-2 Exposure level selection AE mode Purpose Adjustment Text mode 30 Function (Content) Used to adjust the copy density in the copy mode Text/Photo mode 30 (binary, auto, text, text/photo, photo mode).
  • Page 98 <List of set values 1> 46-9 Paper feed tray selection Copy start (Default) Purpose Adjustment Exposure level selection Function (Content) Used to adjust the print density for each density Exposure level 1.0 level (display value) in the copy mode Exposure level 1.5 (binary-Text mode).
  • Page 99 <List of set values 1> 46-10 Paper feed tray selection Copy start (Default) Purpose Adjustment Exposure level selection Function (Content) Used to adjust the print density for each density Exposure level 1.0 level (display value) in the copy mode Exposure level 1.5 (binary-Text/Photo mode).
  • Page 100 <List of set values 1> 46-11 Paper feed tray selection Copy start (Default) Purpose Adjustment Exposure level selection Function (Content) Used to adjust the print density for each density Exposure level 1.0 level (display value) in the copy mode Exposure level 1.5 (binary-Photo mode).
  • Page 101 46-12 46-13 Purpose Adjustment Purpose Adjustment Function (Content) Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode Function (Content) Used to adjust the reading density in the FAX (all modes). An adjustment with this simulation mode (normal mode). affects all the reading density adjustment values. (Only when FAX is installed.)"...
  • Page 102 <List of set values 1> SIMULATION 46-14 Paper feed tray selection EXP. LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE). SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS START. 0. TRAY SELECT 1. PRINT START Print start (Default) 2. EXP LEVEL Exposure level selection 3. AUTO 4. LIGHT 5. DARK Auto 6.
  • Page 103 <List of set values 1> 46-15 Paper feed tray selection Print start (Default) Purpose Adjustment Exposure level selection Function (Content) Used to adjust the reading density in the FAX Auto mode (fine mode). (Only when FAX is installed.) Bright Section Dark Item Picture quality...
  • Page 104 <List of set values 1> 46-16 Paper feed tray selection Print start (Default) Purpose Adjustment Exposure level selection Function (Content) Used to adjust the reading density in the FAX Auto mode (super fine mode). (Only when FAX is Bright installed.) Dark Section Auto (Half tone)
  • Page 105 <Set value 1> 46-18 AE mode AE fixed mode Purpose Adjustment <AE mode> Function (Content) Used to adjust gamma (density gradient) in each copy mode. Picture priority mode Section Toner consumption priority mode Item Picture quality <AE fixed mode> Operation/Procedure 1) Change the gamma value. The current set value is displayed on the right AE fixed function : OFF of each item.
  • Page 106 46-21 46-23 Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check (display, print) (display, print) Function (Content) Used to adjust the scanner exposure level. Function (Content) Used to adjust the scanner exposure level and to (1 mode auto adjustment) make individual setup.
  • Page 107 46-25 Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check (display, print) Function (Content) Used to adjust the scanner exposure level and to make individual setup. (Super fine mode) Section Scanner (reading) Item Picture quality Operation/Procedure 1) Select the exposure mode to be set. (Scanner super fine...
  • Page 108 <List of set values 1> Paper feed tray selection Main code 48 Copy start (Default) 48-1 Print magnification ratio Main scan magnification ratio (CCD) Purpose Adjustment Sub scan magnification ratio (CCD) Function (Content) Used to adjust the copy magnification ratio SPF surface magnification ratio (sub scan) (main scan direction, sub scan direction).
  • Page 109 <List of set values 1> Default Set range Main code 50 0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray selection 1 ~ 5 50-1 1 COPY START Copy start (Initial value) Purpose Adjustment 2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio 25 ~ 400 Function (Content) Used to adjust the copy image position and the setup void area (image loss) on print paper in the copy...
  • Page 110 <List of set values 1> 50-2 Default Set range 0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray selection 1 ~ 5 Purpose Adjustment 1 COPY START Copy start (Initial value) Function (Content) Used to adjust the copy image position and the void area (image loss) on print paper in the copy 2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio 25 ~ 400 mode.
  • Page 111 <List of set values 1> 50-6 Defauult Set range 0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray selection 1 ~ 5 Purpose Adjustment 1 COPY START Copy start (Initial value) Function (Content) Copy lead edge adjustment (DSPF) Section 2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio 25 ~ 200 Item Picture quality...
  • Page 112 <List of set values 1> 50-7 Defauult Set range 0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray selection 1 ~ 5 Purpose Adjustment 1 COPY START Copy start (Initial value) Function (Content) Copy lead edge adjustment (Simple method) (DSPF) 2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio 25 ~ 200 Section setup (25 - 400%)
  • Page 113 <List of set values 1> 50-10 Default Set range 0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray selection 1 ~ 5 Purpose Adjustment 1 COPY START Copy start (Initial value) Function (Content) Used to adjust the copy image center position. (Adjusted for each paper feed section.) 2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio 25 ~ 400 Section...
  • Page 114 <List of set values 1> 50-12 Default Set range 0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray selection 1 ~ 5 Purpose Adjustment 1 COPY START Copy start (Initial value) Function (Content) Used to adjust the reading image center position. (Adjusted for each document mode.) 2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio 25 ~ 400 Section...
  • Page 115 <List of set values 1> 45PPM 35PPM Main code 51 0 TRAY Paper feed tray selection (1 - 5) 51-2 SELECT 1 PRINT Copy start (Initial value) Purpose Adjustment START Function (Content) Used to adjust the contact pressure of paper on the resist roller in each section (machine paper 2 TRAY1 Tray 1 resist adjustment value...
  • Page 116 53-7 Main code 53 Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check 53-6 (display, print) Purpose Adjustment Function (Content) Used to enter the adjustment value of SPF width Function (Content) Used to adjust the DSPF width detection level. detection. Section SPF/DSPF Section DSPF Item...
  • Page 117 Main code 60 Main code 61 60-1 61-1 Purpose Operation test, check Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to check the ICU (DRAM) operation Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the laser scan (read/write). unit. (SIMM MEMORY/ON BOARD MEMORY) Section Section Image process (ICU)
  • Page 118 61-3 Main code 62 Purpose Adjustment 62-2 Function (Content) Used to adjust the scanner (exposure) laser power (absolute value) in the FAX reception Purpose Operation test, check mode. (Only when FAX is installed.) Function (Content) Used to check the hard disk operation Section (read/write).
  • Page 119 63-2 Main code 63 Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check 63-1 (display, print) Purpose Adjustment, setup, operation data output, check Function (Content) Used to execute shading. (display, print) Section Scanner (exposure) Function (Content) Used to check the shading correction result. Item Operation (The shading correction result is displayed.)
  • Page 120 <List of set values> 0 Paper feed tray 1: TRAY1 Main code 64 2: TRAY2 64-1 3: TRAY3 4: TRAY4: Purpose Operation test, check 5: MANUAL Function (Content) Used to check the operations of the printer 1 Print execution Print is started with the set data. section (self printing).
  • Page 121 Main code 65 Main code 66 65-1 66-1 Purpose Adjustment Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to adjust the touch panel Function (Content) Used to set the FAX soft switch function. (LCD display section) detecting position. (Used to utilize the FAX soft switch function.) Section Operation (display, operation) Section...
  • Page 122 66-2 66-3 Purpose Data clear Purpose Operation test, check Function (Content) Used to set the FAX soft switch setup to the Function (Content) Used to check the operations of FAX PWB default. (Except for the adjustment values) memory (read/write). Section (This adjustment is required when replacing the Item Data...
  • Page 123 <List of set values> 66-4 No signal 12.0 V33 33.6 V34 14.4 V17 Purpose Operation test, check 31.2 V34 12.0 V17 Function (Content) Used to check the operation of data signal output 28.8 V34 9.6 V17 in the FAX data output mode. 26.4 V34 7.2 V17 (Used to check the MODEM operation.)
  • Page 124 <List of set values> 66-5 No signal 12.0 V33 33.6 V34 14.4 V17 Purpose Operation test, check 31.2 V34 12.0 V17 Function (Content) Used to check the operations of data signal 28.8 V34 9.6 V17 output in the FAX data output mode. 26.4 V34 7.2 V17 (Used to check the MODEM operation.)
  • Page 125 SIMULATION 66-8 66-7 MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS START. Purpose User data output, check (display, print) 1.NONE 2.PAUSE 3.MESSAGE1 Function (Content) Used to print the image memory data 4.MESSAGE2 5.MESSAGE3 6.MESSAGE4 7.MESSAGE5 8.MESSAGE6 9.MESSAGE7 (memory send, receive). 10.MESSAGE8 11.MESSAGE9 12.MESSAGE10...
  • Page 126 <List of set values> 66-9 NONE NONE PAUSE PAUSE Purpose Operation test, check MESSAGE1 MESSAGE1 Function (Content) Used to check the output operation of the FAX MESSAGE2 MESSAGE2 sound signals. MESSAGE3 MESSAGE3 (Sound output IC operation check) MESSAGE4 MESSAGE4 (Only when FAX is installed.) MESSAGE5 MESSAGE5 Section...
  • Page 127 66-11 66-12 Purpose Operation test, check Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to check the output operation of FAX G3 Function (Content) Used to check the output operation of FAX G3 mode 300BPS. mode 300BPS. (Used to check the MODEM operation.) (Used to check the MODEM operation.) Send level 0dB (Max.) Signals are sent in the send level set with the...
  • Page 128 66-13 66-15 Purpose Setup Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to select the FAX dial signal output test. Function (Content) Used to set the add time to the FAX pulse dial (The dial number signal set with this simulation mode (20PPS) and to test the dial signal output. is outputted in the dial signal output test with (The dial number signal set with SIM 66-13 is SIM 66-14~16)
  • Page 129 66-16 66-18 Purpose Setup Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to test the dial signal (DTMF) output in the Function (Content) Used to test the dial signal (DTMF) output in the FAX tone dial mode. (The dial number signal set Fax tone dial mode. with SIM 66-13 is outputted.) The send level set with the soft switch is The send level can be set to an optional level.
  • Page 130 <List of set values> 66-20 REGISTERED Various registered information MANAGEMENT Communication management information Purpose Setup FILE Fine management information Function (Content) Used to restore the backup data (SIM 66-19) to MANAGEMENT SRAM. (When FAX is installed and FAX SYSTEM ERROR System error information expansion memory is installed.) PROTOCOL Protocol information...
  • Page 131 66-23 66-25 Purpose Operation test, check Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to download the FAX program. Function (Content) Used to register the FAX number for MODEM (Only when FAX is installed.) dial-in. (Only when FAX is installed.) Section Section Item Operation Item Operation...
  • Page 132 66-28 66-30 Purpose Setup Purpose Setup Function (Content) Used to record a sound message. Function (Content) Used to check TEL/LIU status change. Recording is available in 1 ~ 5, max. 6sec for (Only when FAX is installed.) one. (Only when FAX is installed.) Section Section Item...
  • Page 133 SIMULATION 66-35 66-33 MODEM PROGRAM RELOAD. ARE YOU SURE ? Purpose Setup 1. YES Function (Content) Used to check signal detection. 2. NO Section Press [START] key. Item Operation Operation/Procedure When the signal is detected, the display is highlighted. SIMULATION 66-35 MODEM PROGRAM RELOAD.
  • Page 134 67-16 Main code 67 Purpose Operation test, check 67-2 Function (Content) Used to check the operation of the network card. Purpose Operation test, check Section Printer Function (Content) Used to check the parallel I/F operation of the Item Operation printer. Operation/Procedure The network card is checked.
  • Page 135: Trouble Codes

    [11] TROUBLE CODES Trouble Contents Remark Trouble codes detection F1 03 Console finisher paddle motor With Console 1.Trouble codes list trouble Finisher Trouble Contents Remark Trouble installed codes detection 06 Console finisher slide motor With Console C1 00 MC trouble trouble Finisher installed...
  • Page 136: Details Of Trouble Codes

    Trouble Contents Remark Trouble Trouble Contents Remark Trouble codes detection codes detection F6 00 FAX board communication When the Fax U2 00 EEPROM read/write error Controller trouble board is (Controller) installed 11 Counter check sum error Controller 01 FAX expansion Flash Rom When the Fax (Controller EEPROM) abnormality...
  • Page 137 MAIN SUB MAIN SUB Content CSI shading trouble (White correction) Content Decode error trouble Details The CIS white reference plate scan level is Detail A decode error occurs during making of an abnormal when the lamp is on. image. Cause Abnormal harness installation to CIS unit Cause Data error during input from PCI to PM.
  • Page 138 MAIN SUB MAIN SUB Content Communication trouble (ICU detection) Content Finisher (AR-FN6) front alignment motor between ICU and scanner trouble Details Communication establishment error/Fleming/ Detail Front alignment motor operation abnormality Parity/Protocol error Cause Motor lock Cause Defective connection of slave unit PWB Motor rpm abnormality connector Overcurrent to the motor...
  • Page 139 MAIN SUB MAIN SUB Content Mail-bin stacker (AR-MS1) gate trouble Content Console finisher (AR-FN7) front alignment motor trouble Detail Gate operation abnormality Detail Front alignment motor operation abnormality Cause Gate lock Mail-bin stacker control PWB trouble Cause Motor lock Motor rpm abnormality Check and Use DIAG (SIM3-21) to check the transport Overcurrent to the motor...
  • Page 140 MAIN SUB MAIN SUB Content Console finisher (AR-FN7) Content Toner control sensor abnormality punch (AR-PN1) side registration motor Detail Toner control sensor output open trouble Cause Connector harness trouble Detail Punch side registration motor operation Connector disconnection abnormality Check and Check connection of the toner control sensor.
  • Page 141 MAIN SUB MAIN SUB Content Communication trouble (ICU detection) 00··· Content Fusing section high temperature trouble between ICU and FAX Detail The fusing temperature exceeds 242°C. Details Communication establishment error/Fleming/ (An input voltage of 0.27V or above is Parity/Protocol error detected.) Cause Slave unit PWB connector disconnection...
  • Page 142 MAIN SUB MAIN SUB Content Scanner return trouble Content Desk/LCC communication trouble Details Scanner return is not completed within the Detail Desk/LCC communication error specified time. Communication cable test error after turning on the power or exiting DIAG. Cause Scanner unit abnormality Scanner wire disconnection Cause Improper connection or disconnection of...
  • Page 143 MAIN SUB MAIN SUB Content Auto developer adjustment trouble Content EEPROM read/write error (Controller) (Over-toner) Detail EEPROM write error Detail The sample data is at 68 or below when auto Cause EEPROM trouble developer adjustment is performed. EEPROM is not initialized. Cause Toner concentration sensor trouble Controller PWB EEPROM access circuit...
  • Page 144: Network Communication Error

    3. Network communication error MAIN SUB Content EEPROM read/write error (PCU) •Error code table Detail PCU EEPROM write error Error code Content of error Cause EEPROM trouble CE-01 The print server card (AR-NC5J) is broken down or is not EEPROM is not initialized. installed.
  • Page 145: Fatal / Non-Fatal Error Table

    4. Fatal / Non-Fatal Error Tables A. Troubles where the machine can be operated depending on the conditions (Include Multi Function) Operation-possible mode Judgment Trouble Trouble Copy read FAX send Email send FAX print Print List print block code (interruption, etc.) Scanner section troubles SCANNER L1,L3,U2...
  • Page 146 C. Operation mode in FAX send/receive operations Operation enable mode Trouble Trouble code Send reservation Print Send call Receive call Note PCU general troubles O Note Possibly causing memory full. Paper feed tray trouble F3,U6 Paper exit section trouble Scanner general troubles FAX trouble F6,F7 ICU trouble...
  • Page 147: Electrical Section

    [12] ELECTRICAL SECTION 1. Block Diagram AR-M350 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12-1...
  • Page 148: Circuit Diagram

    2. Circuit Diagram CN16 BOARD TO BOARD TX25-80P-LT-H1 TX24-80R-L CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (MFP) 1/3 +24V +24V GND2 GND2 +12V +12V GND2 GND2 GND2 GND2 +3.3V +3.3V GND2 GND2 GND2 GND2 RES_CCD RES_CCD TXD_CCD1 TXD_CCD1 CLK_CCD1 CLK_CCD1 FRM_CCD1 FRM_CCD /1_DBL+ /1_DBL+ 1_DATA1+ 1_DATA1+ 1_DATA0+ 1_DATA0+...
  • Page 149 CN16 I/F PWB-CN CN19 BOARD TO BOARD 8AL050S 5-80P-LT-H1 TX24-80R-LT-H1 1_CLK+ 1_CLK+ BM50B-SRDS-G-TF 1_CLK- 1_CLK- +24V 1_DATA0+ 1_DATA0+ GND2 1_DATA0- 1_DATA0- +12V 1_DATA1+ GND2 1_DATA1+ 1_DATA1- 1_DATA1- /1_DBL+ /1_DBL+ /1_DBL- GND2 /1_DBL- +3.3V GND2 GND2 GND2 GND2 GND2 2_CLK+ 2_CLK+ GND2 ES_CCD RES_CCD...
  • Page 150 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (MFP) 2/3 PHNR-6-H+BU6P-TR-P-H B6B-PH-K-S +24V +24V MOTOR +24V +24V 179228-3 SPED SPED GND2 179228-3 PHNR-11-H+BU11P-TR-P-H B22B-PHDSS-B SCOV SCOV GND2 SPED SPED GND2 GND2 179228-3 NO ASSEM SCOV SCOV SPPD SPPD GND2 GND2 GND2 SPPD SPPD SMP-02V-NC+SMR-02V-N GND2 GND2 1 +24V +24V +24V...
  • Page 151 CN14 1-171825-2 +24V GND2 /CV_COPY /CV_COUNT /CV_START /CV_CA /CV_STAPLE /CV_DUPLEX /CV_SIZE0 /CV_SIZE1 /CV_SIZE2 /CV_SIZE3 CN17 NO ASSEMBLY B12B-PH-K-S +24V GND2 (NC) //MIMDA /MIMDA //MIMDB /MIMDB /MIRMO0 CN13 /MIRMO1 B-PHDSS-B S26B-PHDSS /MIRMO2 SPFA MIRMOV /SPFA /SPFMO0 CN15 GND2 B8B-PH GND2 GND2 +24V RES-SCN +24V...
  • Page 152 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (MFP) 3/3 20FLS-SM1-TB GND2 GND2(Vss) (NC) (NC) (NC) (NC) (NC) (NC) (NC) (NC) GND2(Vss) GND2(Vss) LCD D3 LCD D3 LCD D2 LCD D2 LCD D1 LCD D1 LCD D0 LCD D0 GND2(Vss) GND2(Vss) LCD-VEE LCD-VEE LCD-VCC LCD-VCC lcd DIS lcd DIS GND2(Vss) GND2(Vss)
  • Page 153 20FLS-SM1-TB GND2 GND2(Vss) (NC) (NC) 9604S-05C 9604S-05C (NC) (NC) +3.3V +3.3V (NC) (NC) +3.3V +3.3V (NC) (NC) LCD-VEE LCD-VEE GND2(Vss) GND2(Vss) GND2 GND2 LCD D3 LCD D3 GND2 GND2 LCD D2 LCD D2 LCD D1 LCD D1 LCD D0 LCD D0 GND2(Vss) GND2(Vss) LCD-VEE...
  • Page 154 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM [ENGINE 3] 3/4 FUSING UNIT 100V 09R-RWZV-K2GGP4+CZHR-04V-H SMP-04V-NC+SMR-04V-N Rth1 Rth1 Rth1 RTH1 GND2 GND2 GND2 Rth2 RTH2 Rth2 Rth2 GND2 GND2 GND2 SRA-51T-4 B03P-VL(100V/200V) VLP-03 B6B-PH-K-S(100V/200V) +24PR GND2 HLPR\ F-GND F-GND HLCNT1 SRA-51T-4 SRA-51T-4 HLCNT2 B2B-PH-K-S(JST)(100V/200V) MSW MON SRA-51T-4 +24V1 SRA-51T-4...
  • Page 155 NO ASSEMBLY CN21 B8B-PH-K-R GND2 PCU_RES PCU-DSR PCU-RXD PCU-TXD CN14 B14B-PH-K-S PCU-DTR 6B-PH-K-S(100V/200V) +5V1 +24PR 2 +24VPR (NC) GND2 GND2 HLPR\ HLPR\ HLCNT1 HLCNT1 HLCNT2 HLCNT2 MSW MON Rth1 GND2 Rth2 GND2 +24V1 MSWPR\ MSW MON (NC) B12P-HL-A(JST) CN17 (100V/200V) B5P-VH +24V1 +24V1...
  • Page 157 CAUTION FOR BATTERY DISPOSAL (For USA,CANADA) Contains lithium-ion battery. Must be disposed of properly. Remove the battery from the product and contact federal or state environmental agencies for information on recycling and disposal options.
  • Page 158 COPYRIGHT COPYRIGHT COPYRIGHT 2001 BY SHARP CORPORATION 2001 BY SHARP CORPORATION 2001 BY SHARP CORPORATION All rights reserved. All rights reserved. All rights reserved. Printed in Japan. Printed in Japan. Printed in Japan. No part of this publication may be reproduced,...

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