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LBP6000/6018/3010/3100/3150 Series
Sep 8 2010

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    Service Manual LBP6000/6018/3010/3100/3150 Series Sep 8 2010...
  • Page 3 Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new edition of this manual.
  • Page 4: Symbols Used

    Introduction Symbols Used This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information: Symbol Description Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution, or Warning. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire). Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.
  • Page 5 Introduction The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: 1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with refer- ence to the timing of operation. In the diagrams, represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name accompanies the symbol , the arrow indicates the direction of the electric signal.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 1.1 Features ..............................1- 1 1.1.1 Features .................................. 1- 1 1.1.2 Features .................................. 1- 2 1.2 Product Specifications ..........................1- 3 1.2.1 Specifications ................................1- 3 1.2.2 Specifications ................................1- 3 1.3 Name of Parts.............................1- 4 1.3.1 External View................................
  • Page 8 Contents 2.3.4.2 Scanner Motor Fault Detection ..............................2- 8 2.3.4.3 Overview ....................................2- 9 2.3.4.4 Scanner Motor Fault Detection ..............................2- 9 2.4 IMAGE FORMATION SYSTEM........................ 2- 10 2.4.1 Overview/Configuration............................2- 10 2.4.1.1 Overview ....................................2- 10 2.4.1.2 Print Process..................................2- 10 2.4.1.3 Static Latent Image Formation Block .............................
  • Page 9 Contents 2.8.2.1 Fixing Temperature Control ..............................2- 36 2.8.2.2 Protective Functions ................................2- 39 2.8.3 Other Functions ..............................2- 40 2.8.3.1 Throughput Down Control..............................2- 40 2.8.3.2 Throughput Down Control..............................2- 40 Chapter 3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 3.1 EXTERNAL AND CONTROLS SYSTEM ....................3- 1 3.1.1 Rear Cover ................................
  • Page 10 Contents 3.1.12.1 Preparation for Removing the Memory Contact Unit ......................3- 18 3.1.12.2 Removing the Memory Contact Unit ............................ 3- 18 3.1.12.3 Before Removing the Memory Contact Unit......................... 3- 20 3.1.12.4 Removing the Memory Contact Unit ............................ 3- 20 3.1.13 Top sensor ................................3- 21 3.1.13.1 Preparation for Removing the Paper Leading Edge Sensor ....................
  • Page 11 Contents 4.1 Periodically Replaced Parts........................4- 1 4.1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts............................. 4- 1 4.1.2 Periodically Replaced Parts............................. 4- 1 4.2 Consumables..............................4- 1 4.2.1 Consumables................................4- 1 4.2.2 Consumables................................4- 1 4.3 Periodical Service ............................4- 1 4.3.1 Scheduled Servicing..............................4- 1 4.3.2 Scheduled Servicing..............................4- 1 4.4 Cleaning ..............................4- 1 4.4.1 Cleaning Method ..............................
  • Page 12 Contents...
  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Product Description

    Chapter 1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION...
  • Page 15 Contents Contents 1.1 Features ..................................1-1 1.1.1 Features ......................................1-1 1.1.2 Features ......................................1-2 1.2 Product Specifications..............................1-3 1.2.1 Specifications ....................................1-3 1.2.2 Specifications ....................................1-3 1.3 Name of Parts.................................1-4 1.3.1 External View ....................................1-4 1.3.2 Cross Section ....................................1-5 1.3.3 External View ....................................1-6 1.3.4 Cross Section ....................................
  • Page 17: Features

    Chapter 1 1.1 Features 1.1.1 Features 0019-9171 LBP3010B / LBP3010 1. Small-size, high-speed monochrome printer This equipment has a compact body that realizes high-speed print of 16 prints/min (A4) or 14 prints/min (A4). (See MEMO.1.) 2. Reduction in standby time and energy consumption This equipment employs on-demand fixing where the heater activates only during printing, resulting in a reduction in standby time and energy consumption on this mode.
  • Page 18: Features

    Chapter 1 1.1.2 Features 0025-1096 LBP6000 / LBP6000B 1. Small-size, high-speed monochrome printer This equipment has a compact body that realizes high-speed print of 18 ppm. (See MEMO.1.) 2. Reduction in standby time and energy consumption This equipment employs on-demand fixing where the heater activates only during printing, resulting in a reduction in standby time and energy consumption on this mode.
  • Page 19: Product Specifications

    Chapter 1 1.2 Product Specifications 1.2.1 Specifications 0019-5261 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP3010 Body installation method desktop page printer Photosensitive medium OPC drum Exposure method semiconductor laser Development method Toner projection development Transfer method by roller Separation method Curvature Pickup-tray pickup method by pad Multifeeder pickup method by pad...
  • Page 20: Name Of Parts

    Chapter 1 Development method Toner projection development Transfer method by roller Separation method Curvature Pickup-tray pickup method by pad Drum cleaning method by blade Fixing method on-demand Delivery method face-down Toner supply type By toner cartridge Warm-up time in standby: 0 sec (at power-on: 10 sec or less) Print area top: 5 mm;...
  • Page 21: Cross Section

    Chapter 1 [10] [11] [12] [13] F-1-1 [1] Poewr switch [2] Delivery auxiliary tray [3] Delivery tray [4] Manual feed tray paper guide [5] Manual feed tray [6] Tray cover [7] Pickup tray [8] Small size paper guide [9] Rear paper guide [10] Manual feed tray Paper guide [11] USB cover [12] USB connector...
  • Page 22: External View

    Chapter 1 [2] [3] [13] [12] [11] [10] F-1-2 [1] Fixing unit [2] Pressure roller [3] Delivery roller [4] Fixing film unit [5] Laser scanner unit [6] Manual feed tray [7] Pickup tray [8] Photosensitive drum [9] Pickup roller [10] separation pad [11] Feed roller [12] Transfer roller [13] Toner cartridge...
  • Page 23: Cross Section

    Chapter 1 F-1-4 [1]Top Cover [2]Power Switch [3]Multi-purpose Tray [4]Output Tray [5]Paper Guide [6]Rear Cover [7]USB Connector [8]Power Socket 1.3.4 Cross Section 0025-1123 LBP6000 / LBP6000B [2] [3] [12] [11] [10] F-1-5 [1] Fixing unit [2] Pressure roller [3] Delivery roller [4] Fixing film unit [5] Laser scanner unit [6] Pickup tray...
  • Page 24: Using The Machine

    Chapter 1 1.4 Using the Machine 1.4.1 Control Panel 0019-5284 LBP3100 / LBP3010B F-1-6 [1] Power lamp (green) Lighting: Indicates that the power of the host machine is turned on. Not lighting: Indicates that the power of the host machine is not turned on. [2] Paper lamp/paper key (red) <Lamp>...
  • Page 25: Cdrh Regulations

    Chapter 1 The machines laser scanning system is contained in a protective housing and external covers to prevent escape of laser light outside the machine. In other words, the user is free of laser-related hazards as long as the machine is being used for its intended purposes. The following warnings are given to comply with Safety Principles (EN60950).
  • Page 26: Points To Note At Disassembly/assembly Work

    Chapter 1 F-1-10 1.5.5 Points to Note at Disassembly/Assembly Work 0019-1869 LBP3100 / LBP3010B Be sure to ensure the following notes when performing disassembly/assembly work. 1. Be sure to disconnect the power plug for safety when performing disassembly/assembly work. 2. As for assembly procedure, perform the reverse procedure of disassembly unless otherwise instructed. 3.
  • Page 27: Handling The Laser Unit

    Chapter 1 Toner on Clothing or Skin 1.Remove toner from clothing or skin, and wash with water. 2.Do not use warm or hot water, which will cause the toner to turn jelly-like and fuse permanently with the fibers of clothing. 3.Toner tends to react readily with vinyl.
  • Page 29: Chapter 2 Technical Reference

    Chapter 2 TECHNICAL REFERENCE...
  • Page 31 Contents Contents 2.1 Functional Configuration ...............................2-1 2.1.1 Outline......................................2-1 2.1.2 Outline......................................2-1 2.2 Basic Sequence ................................2-1 2.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation ............................... 2-1 2.2.2 Power-On Sequence..................................2-2 2.2.3 Basic Sequence of Operation ............................... 2-2 2.2.4 Power-On Sequence..................................2-2 2.3 LASER EXPOSURE SYSTEM.............................2-3 2.3.1 Overview/Configuration ................................
  • Page 32 Contents 2.4.3.3 Toner Level Detection ....................................2-22 2.4.3.4 Toner Cartridge Absence/Presence Detection .............................. 2-22 2.5 PICKUP AND FEEDING SYSTEM .......................... 2-23 2.5.1 Overview/Configuration ................................2-23 2.5.1.1 Overview........................................2-23 2.5.1.2 Overview........................................2-23 2.5.2 Detecting Jams ................................... 2-24 2.5.2.1 Jam Detection Outline ....................................2-24 2.5.2.1.1 Overview.......................................
  • Page 33: Functional Configuration

    Chapter 2 2.1 Functional Configuration 2.1.1 Outline 0019-4167 LBP3100 / LBP3010B The machine may be broadly divided into the following 6 functional blocks: engine control system, laser exposure system, image formation system, pickup/trans- port/delivery system, fixing system, and externals/auxiliary control system. Laser exposure system Image formation system Pickup/transport/delivery system...
  • Page 34: Power-on Sequence

    Chapter 2 T-2-1 Interval Purpose Remarks WAIT From power-ON until initial drive for To clear potential from the drum Detect whether the Toner cartridge is (Wait) main motor is completed. surface and to clean the transfer roller. installed or not. Also to bring the heater temperature up to the targeted temperature.
  • Page 35: Laser Exposure System

    Chapter 2 5) Initial drive for main motor 6) Initial drive for fixing heater Controlling fixing temperature targeting for 120 deg C. 7) Initial drive of the scanner motor. 8) High-voltage control Detect cartridge presence after primary charging AC bias is applied. Cleaning transfer roller.
  • Page 36: Controlling The Laser Activation Timing

    Chapter 2 8) When the Four-faced mirror rotates at a constant speed, the laser beam on the Photosensitive drum is scanned on the Photosensitive drum at a constant speed. 9) When the Photosensitive drum rotates at a constant speed and the laser beam is scanned on the Photosensitive drum at a constant speed, latent images are formed on the Photosensitive drum.
  • Page 37: Horizontal Sync Control

    Chapter 2 In this control, the laser driver turns on/off the laser diode (LD) according to the laser control signal sent from the engine controller. The following is the circuit diagram of the laser control. Laser driver PCB +3.3V BD Sensor /BDI Engine controller CNT1...
  • Page 38: Laser On/off Control

    Chapter 2 *: Unblanking period The period during which the laser diode is emitted in non-image area. 2.3.2.3 Laser ON/OFF Control 0025-1141 LBP6000 / LBP6000B In this control, the laser driver turns on/off the laser diode (LD) according to the laser control signal sent from the engine controller. The following is the circuit diagram of the laser control.
  • Page 39: Laser Control

    Chapter 2 The following is the details of control procedure. 1) The engine controller controls the laser control signal during unblanking (*) to emit the laser diode (LD) forcibly. 2) The BD PCB exists on the scanning route of the laser beam, which is sent to the BD PCB. 3) The BD PCB detects this laser beam, creates BD input signal (/BDI) and sends it to the engine controller.
  • Page 40: Scanner Motor Fault Detection

    Chapter 2 Engine controller Laser/scanner unit Motor driver PCB /BDI BD PCB ASIC Scanner motor +24VA +24VA Scanner driver Frequncy Integration Drive comparator circuit circuit Reference clock Oscillator F-2-7 The engine controller creates standard clock based on oscillation frequency of the oscillator (X300); the cycles of the standard clock is compared with that of BD input signal (/BDI) with a frequency comparator and the rotations of the scanner motor is monitored.
  • Page 41: Overview

    Chapter 2 2.3.4.3 Overview 0025-1148 LBP6000 / LBP6000B This is the control to rotate the scanner motor at a constant speed to emit the laser beam on the correct position on the photosensitive drum. The following is the control circuit of the scanner motor. Engine controller Laser/scanner unit Motor driver PCB...
  • Page 42: Image Formation System

    Chapter 2 2.4 IMAGE FORMATION SYSTEM 2.4.1 Overview/Configuration 2.4.1.1 Overview 0019-5402 LBP3100 / LBP3010B The image formation system is the core of this equipment; it forms toner images on papers. The image formation system is comprised of the following components. The engine controller controls the laser scanner unit and high-voltage power supply circuit and forms images based on the video signals on papers.
  • Page 43: Static Latent Image Formation Block

    Chapter 2 4. Fixing block Step 6: Fixing 5. Drum cleaning block Step 7: Drum cleaning Electrostatic latent image formation block 2. Laser beam exposure Paper path Rotational direction of the drum 1. Primary charging Develoment 3. Development block Drum cleaning 7.
  • Page 44: Development Block

    Chapter 2 Laser beam Unexposed area Exposed area F-2-13 2.4.1.4 Development Block 0019-5407 LBP3100 / LBP3010B This block is comprised of one step; it puts toners to the static latent images on the surface of the photosensitive drum and visualizes the images using toner pro- jection development.
  • Page 45: Fixing Block

    Chapter 2 Photosensitive drum Media Transfer roller DC bias F-2-15 Step 5: Separation In this step, DC negative bias is applied to the static eliminator according to the elasticity of papers to separate the papers from the photosensitive drum. The static eliminator is used to stabilize the paper feed system (prevention of toner stray that appears as polka-dots on print images in a low-temperature, low-humidity envi- ronment), and neutralizes the electric charge at the back of papers.
  • Page 46: Overview

    Chapter 2 Cleaning blade Photosencitive drum Cleaner container F-2-18 2.4.1.8 Overview 0025-1150 LBP6000 / LBP6000B The image formation system is the core of this equipment; it forms toner images on papers. The image formation system is comprised of the following components. The engine controller controls the laser scanner unit and high-voltage power supply circuit and forms images based on the video signals on papers.
  • Page 47: Static Latent Image Formation Block

    Chapter 2 The following are the blocks of print process and the steps. 1. Static latent image formation block Step 1: Primary charging Step2: Laser beam exposure 2. Development block Step 3: Development 3. Transfer block Step 4: Transfer Step 5: Separation 4.
  • Page 48: Development Block

    Chapter 2 Primary charging roller Photosensitive drum DC bias F-2-22 Step 2: Laser beam exposure In this step, static latent images are formed on the photosensitive drum with laser beam. When laser beams are scanned on the photosensitive drum negatively charged, bright areas lose their charges, eliminating negative potential on the surface of the photosensitive drum;...
  • Page 49: Transfer Block

    Chapter 2 2.4.1.12 Transfer Block 0025-1157 LBP6000 / LBP6000B This block is comprised of two steps; it transfers toner images on the surface of the photosensitive drum to papers. Step 4: Transfer In this step, toner images on the photosensitive drum are transferred to papers. This equipment applies DC positive bias to the transfer roller facing the photosensitive drum and charges papers positively.
  • Page 50: Drum Cleaning Block

    Chapter 2 Fixing heater Fixing film Toner Media Pressure roller F-2-27 2.4.1.14 Drum Cleaning Block 0025-1159 LBP6000 / LBP6000B The drum cleaning block removes the toner remained on the photosensitive drum. Step 7: Drum cleaning In this step, toner remained on the photosensitive drum is removed. The cleaning blade scrapes the leftover toner on the surface of the photosensitive drum;...
  • Page 51: Generating Primary Charging Bias

    Chapter 2 Engine controller High-voltage power supply Primary charging high-voltage generation primary charging roller circuit developing cylinder Developing high-voltage generation circuit Transfer high-voltage Transfer roller generation circuit F-2-29 2.4.2.2 Generating Primary Charging Bias 0019-5444 LBP3100 / LBP3010B The primary charging bias (PRI) is a DC negative bias that is output to apply an even negative potential to the surface of the photosensitive drum. The primary charging high-voltage generating circuit in the high-voltage power supply circuit generates this bias.
  • Page 52: Generating Primary Charging Bias

    Chapter 2 Engine controller High-voltage power supply Primary charging high-voltage generation primary charging roller circuit developing cylinder Developing high-voltage generation circuit Transfer high-voltage Transfer roller generation circuit F-2-30 2.4.2.6 Generating Primary Charging Bias 0025-1161 LBP6000 / LBP6000B The primary charging bias (PRI) is a DC negative bias that is output to apply an even negative potential to the surface of the photosensitive drum. The primary charging high-voltage generating circuit in the high-voltage power supply circuit generates this bias.
  • Page 53 Chapter 2 The engine controller detects the position of the Toner cartridge detection flag to judge the absence/presence of the Toner cartridge. At the time of turning on the power or closing the upper cover, the engine controller judges the position of the Toner cartridge flag based on the output result of the leading edge sensor (PS801).
  • Page 54: Toner Level Detection

    Chapter 2 2.4.3.3 Toner Level Detection 0025-1166 LBP6000 / LBP6000B This equipment has no function of toner level detection. 2.4.3.4 Toner Cartridge Absence/Presence Detection 0025-1167 LBP6000 / LBP6000B The engine controller detects the position of the Toner cartridge detection flag to judge the absence/presence of the Toner cartridge. At the time of turning on the power or closing the upper cover, the engine controller judges the position of the Toner cartridge flag based on the output result of the leading edge sensor (PS801).
  • Page 55: Pickup And Feeding System

    Chapter 2 2.5 PICKUP AND FEEDING SYSTEM 2.5.1 Overview/Configuration 2.5.1.1 Overview 0019-5973 LBP3100 / LBP3010B The pickup/feeding system executes pickup and feeding of papers and is composed of the main motor, solenoid, and rollers. In this equipment, pickup from the pickup tray and manual feed tray is available. There is only a face-down delivery. Papers set on the pickup tray and manual feed tray are fed by the same pickup roller.
  • Page 56: Detecting Jams

    Chapter 2 Main controller Engine controller Pressure roller Delivery roller PS702 PS701 Transfer Fixing film roller Photosensitive drum PS801 Pickup roller Pickup tray Separation pad F-2-34 PS701: Paper width sensor PS702: Fixing delivery sensor PS801: Paper leading edge sensor M1: Main motor SL1: Pickup solenoid 2.5.2 Detecting Jams 2.5.2.1 Jam Detection Outline...
  • Page 57 Chapter 2 PS702 PS701 PS801 F-2-35 Whether jam occurs or not is judged according to whether a paper is absent/present on the sensor at the check timing that has been stored in the CPU of the engine controller. When the engine controller judged that jam has occurred, print operation is stopped and jam occurrence is noticed to the main controller. 2.5.2.1.2 Overview 0025-1169 LBP6000 / LBP6000B...
  • Page 58: Delay Jams

    Chapter 2 2.5.2.2 Delay Jams 2.5.2.2.1 Delivery Delay Jam 0019-7892 LBP3100 / LBP3010B - If there is no paper ahead on paper path: CPU detects delivery delay jam in the case that the sheet (to print) does not reach the fixing delivery sensor (PS702) within 1.5 sec (approximately) after it reaches the paper lead edge sensor (PS801).
  • Page 59: External And Controls System

    Chapter 2 CPU detects residual jam when meeting the following conditions: - If either of the paper width sensor (PS701), the fixing delivery sensor (PS702) or the paper lead edge sensor (PS801) detects a sheet (to print) when the power is turned ON or the door is open.
  • Page 60: Low Voltage Power Circuit

    Chapter 2 Engine controller Low-voltage power supply FU101 Fixing High-voltage control power supply Noise filter FU201 (110-127V model only) Noise filter +24V Frequency detection circuit FREQSNS (220-240V model only) SW501 +24V +24V generation circuit PWSV +24V +24V 24VOFF output switch circuit generation circuit +3.3V +3.3V...
  • Page 61: Protective Functions

    Chapter 2 Engine controller Low-voltage power supply FU101 Fixing High-voltage control power supply Noise filter FU201 (110-127V model only) Noise filter +24V Frequency detection circuit FREQSNS (220-240V model only) SW501 +24V +24V generation circuit PWSV +24V +24V 24VOFF output switch circuit generation circuit +3.3V +3.3V...
  • Page 62: Engine Control System

    Chapter 2 2. 200V series products carry FU101 fuse only. 2.6.1.2.2 Safety function 0019-7693 LBP3100 / LBP3010B The host machine equips the function of stopping 24V of fixing assembly and the high voltage power unit to avoid users and engineers from getting burned or electric shock.
  • Page 63: Engine Controller

    Chapter 2 2.7.1.2 General description 0025-1185 LBP6000 / LBP6000B Main controller receives the print information from the external devices (computer etc.) through the interface cable. Print information is divided into 2 types such as CAPT command data to handle the printer status or specific data and the dot data to printout. After the main controller receives the dot data, it creates the video data and send it to the engine controller.
  • Page 64 Chapter 2 Engine controller Motor Fixing unit Fixing control Solenoid Low-voltage AC input power supply Sensor Transfer roller High-voltage power supply Toner Cartridge Switch Laser/scanner Main controller unit F-2-41 2-32...
  • Page 65 Chapter 2 2.7.2.2 General description 0025-1186 LBP6000 / LBP6000B Engine controller is the circuit to control the operation sequence of the host machine and it is controlled by the CPU inside the engine controller. When the power is turned ON and DC power is supplied through the low voltage power inside engine controller, CPU starts the printer operation control. Then, CPU drives the loads such as laser diode, motors and solenoids etc.
  • Page 66: Fixing Unit/delivery System

    Chapter 2 2.8 FIXING UNIT/DELIVERY SYSTEM 2.8.1 Overview/Configuration 2.8.1.1 Overview 0019-7077 LBP3100 / LBP3010B Fixing/delivery system consists of the fixing film unit, pressure roller and delivery roller etc. These rollers are driven by the main motor (M1). Toner is transferred on the paper and fused by the heat of the fixing heater on the fixing assembly and by the pressure from the pressure roller, then the paper is delivered from the fixing assembly.
  • Page 67: Overview

    Chapter 2 Name [5] Fixing film unit [6] Fixing assembly - Fixing heater: This fixing assembly is equipped with 1 heater. Fixing heater (H1): For heating the fixing film (ceramic heater) - Thermistor: This fixing assembly is equipped with 1 thermistor. Main thermistor (TH1): For controlling the fixing heater temperature (contact type thermistor) - Temperature fuse: This fixing assembly is equipped with 1 temperature fuse.
  • Page 68: Various Control Mechanisms

    Chapter 2 F-2-46 T-2-8 Name [1] Pressure roller [2] Temperature fuse [3] Thermistor [4] Fixing heater [5] Fixing film unit [6] Fixing assembly - Fixing heater: This fixing assembly is equipped with 1 heater. Fixing heater (H1): For heating the fixing film (ceramic heater) - Thermistor: This fixing assembly is equipped with 1 thermistor.
  • Page 69 Chapter 2 Engine controller Fixing control Low-voltage +24V power supply Relay drive FU101 circuit Frequency FREQSNS RL101 detection circuit (220-240V model only) Fixing heater safety circuit Fixing heater FSRD drive circuit 24VOFF FSRTH Fixing heater (H1) Thermistor (TH1) Pressure roller Fixing film Thermal fuse (TP1) F-2-47...
  • Page 70: Fixing Temperature Control

    Chapter 2 2.8.2.1.2 Fixing Temperature Control 0025-1177 LBP6000 / LBP6000B This control is to keep the heater in the fixing film unit to the specified temperature. The engine controller monitors the fixing heater temperature detection signal (FSRTH) and outputs the fixing heater drive signal (FSRD) according to the detected temperature.
  • Page 71: Protective Functions

    Chapter 2 Resolution Settings This machine has 2 types of resolution settings (600 x 600 dpi, 600 x 400dpi). This setting can be changed by whether or not ticking the item on finish settings (Finishing > Process Option > Use output adjustment mode). 600 x 400dpi is specified as factory settings.
  • Page 72: Other Functions

    Chapter 2 CPU of engine controller determines the fixing assembly error and shuts the fixing heater drive signal (FSRD) and also turns OFF relays to shut the power supply to the fixing heater in the following cases. Also, it notifies the error status to the main controller simultaneously. 1) Startup error detection - When thermistor temperature does not reach 35 deg C within 1.5 sec from heater ON.
  • Page 73 Chapter 2 This machine performs the throughput down control that extends the paper interval and lower the printing speed to prevent the edge of the fixing heater from over- heating at continuous printing of small paper (the paper with narrow width) and to prevent the fixing heater unit from overheating at high-volume continuous print- ing.
  • Page 75: Chapter 3 Disassembly And Assembly

    Chapter 3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY...
  • Page 77 Contents Contents 3.1 EXTERNAL AND CONTROLS SYSTEM ........................3-1 3.1.1 Rear Cover ....................................3-1 3.1.1.1 Preparation for Removing the Rear Cover..............................3-1 3.1.1.2 Removing the Rear Cover ....................................3-1 3.1.1.3 Before Remove the Rear Cover ..................................3-1 3.1.1.4 Removing the Rear Cover ....................................3-1 3.1.2 Right Cover ....................................3-1 3.1.2.1 Preparation for Removing the Right Cover ..............................3-1 3.1.2.2 Removing the Right Cover....................................3-2 3.1.2.3 Before Remove the Right Cover ..................................3-2...
  • Page 78 Contents 3.1.12.3 Before Removing the Memory Contact Unit.............................. 3-20 3.1.12.4 Removing the Memory Contact Unit................................3-20 3.1.13 Top sensor....................................3-21 3.1.13.1 Preparation for Removing the Paper Leading Edge Sensor ........................3-21 3.1.13.2 Removing the Paper Leading Edge Sensor..............................3-22 3.1.13.3 Before Removing the Paper Leading Edge Sensor............................. 3-23 3.1.13.4 Removing the Paper Leading Edge Sensor..............................
  • Page 79: External And Controls System

    Chapter 3 3.1 EXTERNAL AND CONTROLS SYSTEM 3.1.1 Rear Cover 3.1.1.1 Preparation for Removing the Rear Cover 0019-2062 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Removing the Upper Cover (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 3.1.1.2 Removing the Rear Cover...
  • Page 80: Removing The Right Cover

    Chapter 3 3.1.2.2 Removing the Right Cover 0019-2077 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Remove the 1 screw [1] and release the 3 claws [2]. 2) While releasing the 3 claws [3], remove the right cover [4] in the direction of the arrow. 1) Remove the screw [1] and release the 3 claws [2].
  • Page 81: Before Remove The Left Cover

    Chapter 3 2) While releasing the 3 claws [3], remove the left cover [4] in the direction of the arrow. 1) Remove the screw [1] and release the 3 claws [2]. 2) While releasing the 3 hooks [3], remove the Left Cover [4] in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 82 Chapter 3 F-3-7 2) Remove the cartridge arm [1]. 3) Release the 3 claws [3] on the upper cover [2] in the arrow [A] direction. 4) While releasing the 3 claws [4], remove the upper cover in the arrow [B] direction.
  • Page 83 Chapter 3 F-3-9 2) Remove the Cartridge Arm [1]. 3) Release the 2 claws [2] of the Upper Cover. 3.1.4.2 Removing the Upper Cover F-3-10 0025-1211 LBP6000 / LBP6000B 4) Remove the Upper Cover [1]. - 6 Claws [2] - 3 Hooks [3] MEMO: The following shows the 2 claws [1] at rear side of the Upper Cover Unit, 6 claws [2] at the sides, and 3 hooks [3].
  • Page 84: Front Cover

    Chapter 3 Points to Note at Installation - Be sure to fit the 2 Fixing Pressure Arms (Right and Left) [2] into the 2 holes (right and left) [1] of the Delivery Tray. - Be sure to set the Cartridge Lock Arm [4] to the arm unit [3] on the Delivery Tray.
  • Page 85: Delivery Tray

    Chapter 3 3.1.7 Pickup Tray 3.1.7.1 Preparation for Removing the Pickup Tray Unit 0019-3090 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Removing the Upper Cover (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Removing the Front Cover (page 3-6)Reference[Removing the Front Cover]...
  • Page 86: Before Removing The Pickup Tray Unit

    Chapter 3 4) Remove the Front Cover. (page 3-6)Reference[Removing the Front Cover] 5) Remove the Separation Pad. (page 3-34)Reference[Removing the Sep- aration Pad] 3.1.7.4 Removing the Pickup Tray Unit 0025-1217 LBP6000 / LBP6000B CAUTION: When disassembling and assembling, be careful not to loose the 2 springs [1] of the Pickup Tray Unit.
  • Page 87: Drive Unit

    Chapter 3 4) Removing the Front Cover (page 3-6)Reference[Removing the Front Cover] 3.1.8.2 Removing the Drive Belt 0019-2623 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Remove the tension unit [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-3-20 2) Remove the drive cover [1]. - 4 screws [2] Points to note at disassembly When removing the 4 screws [1], hold the driver cover [2] by hand.
  • Page 88: Before Removing The Drive Belt

    Chapter 3 F-3-22 4) Remove the drive belt [1]. 3.1.8.3 Before Removing the Drive Belt 0025-1218 LBP6000 / LBP6000B 1) Remove the Upper Cover. (page 3-5)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Remove the Left Cover. (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Remove the Right Cover. (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Remove the Front Cover.
  • Page 89 Chapter 3 [1] Primary Deceleration Pully [2] Timing Belt [3] Fixing Ratchet Gear [4] Fixing Transmission Gear [5] Cartridge Transmission Gear [6] Coupling Gear [7] Feed Deceleration Gear [8] Compression Spring [9] Compression Spring - When installing the Drive Cover, be sure to align the 7 Shaft Holes [1] with the Drive Cover [2].
  • Page 90: Main Drive Unit

    Chapter 3 3.1.9 Main Drive Unit 3.1.9.1 Preparation for Removing the Main Motor 0019-2415 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Removing the Upper Cover (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Referense[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Referense[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Removing the Front Cover (page 3-6)Referense[Removing the Front Cover]...
  • Page 91: Before Removing The Main Motor

    Chapter 3 F-3-34 Points to note at installation When attaching the laser scanner cover [1], put the shutter lever [2] through the hole [3] on the scanner cover. F-3-32 6) Free the motor harness [2] from the harness guide [1]. 7) Remove the motor guide [3].
  • Page 92 Chapter 3 F-3-36 3) Remove the Tension Unit [1]. - 1 Screw [2] F-3-39 6) Free the Motor Harness [2] from the Harness Guide [1]. 7) Remove the Motor Guide [3]. - 1 Screw [4] F-3-37 4) Disconnect the connector [1]. F-3-38 5) Remove the Motor Driver PCB [1].
  • Page 93: Engine Controller Board

    Chapter 3 F-3-42 2) Remove the terminal [1] and free the harness [3] from the harness guide [2]. F-3-41 Points to Note at Installation When installing the Laser Scanner Cover [1], be sure to put the Shutter Open/Close Lever [2] through the hole [3] on the Scanner Cover. 3.1.10 Engine controller board F-3-43 3) Remove the boss [1] and remove the protective cover [2].
  • Page 94: Before Remove The Engine Controller Pcb

    Chapter 3 F-3-46 F-3-45 2) Remove the terminal [1], and free the harness [3] from the Harness Guide [2]. Points to note at installation When attaching the terminal [1], make sure that the contact spring [2] contacts as shown. F-3-47 3.1.10.3 Before Remove the Engine Controller PCB 3) Remove the boss [1], and remove the Protection Cover [2].
  • Page 95: Main Controller Pcb

    Chapter 3 Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Referense[Removing the Left Cov- 3.1.11.2 Removing the Main Controller PCB 0019-3219 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Remove the main controller unit [1]. - 1 flat cable [2] - 1 screw (w/washer)[3] - 2 screws (TP) [4] F-3-49 5) Remove the Engine Controller PCB [1].
  • Page 96: Relay Board

    Chapter 3 F-3-55 3) Disconnect the connecter [1] and put the connecter [1] through the hole F-3-53 [2] on the side plate [2]. 3.1.12 Relay Board 3.1.12.1 Preparation for Removing the Memory Contact Unit 0019-4853 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Removing the Upper Cover (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right...
  • Page 97 Chapter 3 F-3-58 6) Free the harness [2] from the harness guide [1]. F-3-59 F-3-61 7) Turn the host machine [1] in the direction of the arrow. 9) Lift the memory contact unit [1] in the direction of the arrow and release the lower claw [2].
  • Page 98: Before Removing The Memory Contact Unit

    Chapter 3 Points to note at installation When attaching the laser scanner cover [1], put the shutter lever [2] through the hole [3] on the scanner cover. F-3-65 3) Disconnect the connector [1] and take it out from the hole [2] on the Side Plate.
  • Page 99: Top Sensor

    Chapter 3 6) Free the harness [2] from the Harness Guide [1]. F-3-72 F-3-69 10) Remove the Memory Contact Unit [1]. 7) Turn the machine [1] in the direction of the arrow. - 2 Hooks [2] - 1 Spring [3] F-3-70 8) Free the harness [2] from the Harness Guide [1].
  • Page 100: Removing The Paper Leading Edge Sensor

    Chapter 3 3.1.13.2 Removing the Paper Leading Edge Sensor 0019-4446 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Remove the inner rear cover [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-3-74 2) Remove the terminal [1] and free the harness [3] from the harness guide [2]. F-3-76 F-3-75 3) Disconnect the 4 connecters [1] and free the harness [3] from the harness...
  • Page 101: Before Removing The Paper Leading Edge Sensor

    Chapter 3 Points to note at installation When attaching the terminal [1], make sure that the contact spring [2] contacts as shown. 3.1.13.3 Before Removing the Paper Leading Edge Sensor 0025-1232 LBP6000 / LBP6000B F-3-78 1) Remove the Upper Cover. (page 3-5)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Remove the Left Cover.
  • Page 102 Chapter 3 1) Remove the inner rear cover [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-3-79 2) Remove the terminal [1] and free the harness [3] from the harness guide [2]. F-3-81 F-3-80 3) Remove the 4 connecters [1] and free the harness [3] from the harness guide [2].
  • Page 103: Before Removing The Sensor Pcb

    Chapter 3 Points to note at installation When attaching the terminal [1], make sure that the contact spring [2] contacts as shown. 3.1.14.3 Before Removing the Sensor PCB 0025-1234 LBP6000 / LBP6000B 1) Remove the Upper Cover. (page 3-5)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] F-3-83 2) Remove the Left Cover.
  • Page 104: Removing The Laser Scanner Unit

    Chapter 3 3.2.1.2 Removing the Laser Scanner Unit 0019-2197 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Remove the scanner sub cover [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-3-84 2) Remove the scanner cover [1]. - 3 screws [2] F-3-86 Points to note at installation When attaching the laser scanner cover [1], put the shutter lever [2] through the hole [3] on the scanner cover.
  • Page 105: Image Formation System

    Chapter 3 Points to Note at Installation When installing the Laser Scanner Cover [1], be sure to put the Shutter Open/Close Lever [2] through the hole [3] on the Scanner Cover. F-3-87 2) Remove the Scanner Cover [1]. - 3 Screws [2] 3.3 IMAGE FORMATION SYSTEM 3.3.1 Transfer Charging Roller 3.3.1.1 Removing the Transfer Roller...
  • Page 106: Pickup And Feeding System

    Chapter 3 3.4 PICKUP AND FEEDING SYSTEM 3.4.1 Pickup Unit 3.4.1.1 Preparation for Removing the Pickup Unit 0019-4143 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Removing the Upper Cover (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Removing the Rear Cover (page 3-1)Reference[Removing the Rear...
  • Page 107: Before Removing The Pickup Unit

    Chapter 3 Points to note at installation When installing the pickup unit [1], make sure that the contact spring [2] contacts with [A] part. Also, make sure that the grounding contact point [3] contacts with [B] part. F-3-94 Points to note at installation When attaching the terminal [1], make sure that the spring contact point [2] 4) Disconnect the 4 connecters [1].
  • Page 108 Chapter 3 F-3-99 F-3-97 5) Remove the Pickup Unit [1]. 2) Remove the terminal [1], and free the harness [3] from the Harness Guide - 6 Screws [2] [2]. F-3-100 Points to Note at Installation When installing the Pickup Unit [1], be sure to make the Contact Spring [2] comes in contact with [A] part.
  • Page 109: Cassette Pickup Roller

    Chapter 3 3.4.2 Cassette Pickup Roller 3.4.2.1 Removing the Pickup Roller 0019-4420 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Open the delivery auxiliary tray [1] and the delivery tray [2]. 2) Open the right and left claws [3] and remove the pickup roller [4]. Avoid contact with the transfer roller when removing the pickup roller.
  • Page 110: Cassette Pickup Solenoid

    Chapter 3 1) Removing the Upper Cover (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Removing the Rear Cover (page 3-1)Reference[Removing the Rear Cover] 5) Removing the Main Controller PCB (page 3-17)Reference[Removing the Main Controller PCB]...
  • Page 111: Before Removing The Pickup Solenoid

    Chapter 3 3.4.3.4 Removing the Pickup Solenoid 0025-1244 LBP6000 / LBP6000B 1) Remove the terminal [1], and free the harness [3] from the Harness Guide [2]. F-3-106 2) Disconnect the 4 connectors [1]. 3) Free the harness [3] from the Harness Guide [2]. 4) Remove the screw [5] to remove the Pickup Solenoid [4].
  • Page 112: Cassette Separation Pad

    Chapter 3 3.5 FIXING SYSTEM 3.5.1 Fixing Unit 3.5.1.1 Preparation for Removing the Fixing Unit 0019-4275 LBP3100 / LBP3010B 1) Removing the Upper Cover (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Removing the Left Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Removing the Rear Cover (page 3-1)Reference[Removing the Rear Cover]...
  • Page 113 Chapter 3 F-3-112 6) Remove the harness holder [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-3-113 7) Remove the fixing unit [1]. - 3 screws [2] F-3-114 3-35...
  • Page 114: Before Removing The Fixing Assembly

    Chapter 3 1) Remove the Upper Cover. (page 3-5)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Remove the Left Cover. (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- Points to note at installation When attaching the fixing harness, wind the fixing harness [2] around the protrusion [1] of the harness holder and secure it with the harness guide [3]. 3) Remove the Right Cover.
  • Page 115: Fixing Film Unit

    Chapter 3 F-3-117 6) Remove the Fixing Assembly [1]. - 3 Screws [2] Points to Note at Installation When installing the terminal [1], be sure that the Contact Spring [2] is in F-3-118 contact with it as shown below. Points to Note at Installation When attaching the Fixing Harness in place, be sure to wind the Fixing Harness [2] around the protrusion [1] of the Harness Holder and secure it with the Harness Guide [3].
  • Page 116: Removing The Fixing Film Unit

    Chapter 3 3) Removing the Right Cover (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Removing the Rear Cover (page 3-1)Reference[Removing the Rear Cover] 5) Removing the Main Controller PCB (page 3-17)Reference[Removing the Main Controller PCB] 6) Removing the Fixing Assembly (page 3-34)Reference[Removing the Fixing Assembly] 3.5.2.2 Removing the Fixing Film Unit 0019-4356...
  • Page 117: Fixing Pressure Roller

    Chapter 3 - Be sure not to touch the surface [1] of the Fixing Film Unit. - Do not disassemble the Fixing Film Unit to prevent occurrence of functionality failure. 1) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the harness [3] from the Harness Guide [2].
  • Page 118: Before Removing The Fixing Pressure Roller

    Chapter 3 F-3-129 3.5.3.3 Before Removing the Fixing Pressure Roller 0025-1251 LBP6000 / LBP6000B 1) Remove the Upper Cover. (page 3-5)Reference[Removing the Upper Cover] 2) Remove the Left Cover. (page 3-3)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 3) Remove the Right Cover. (page 3-2)Reference[Removing the Right Cover] 4) Remove the Rear Cover.
  • Page 119: Chapter 4 Maintenance And Inspection

    Chapter 4 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 121 Contents Contents 4.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ............................4-1 4.1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ................................. 4-1 4.1.2 Periodically Replaced Parts ................................. 4-1 4.2 Consumables ..................................4-1 4.2.1 Consumables ....................................4-1 4.2.2 Consumables ....................................4-1 4.3 Periodical Service ................................4-1 4.3.1 Scheduled Servicing..................................4-1 4.3.2 Scheduled Servicing..................................4-1 4.4 Cleaning ..................................4-1 4.4.1 Cleaning Method..................................
  • Page 123: Periodically Replaced Parts

    Chapter 4 4.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 4.1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 0019-6363 LBP3100 / LBP3010B There is no periodically replaced part with this machine. 4.1.2 Periodically Replaced Parts 0025-1246 LBP6000 / LBP6000B There is no periodically replaced part with this machine. 4.2 Consumables 4.2.1 Consumables 0019-6365...
  • Page 124: Cleaning Method

    Chapter 4 F-4-1 T-4-1 Fixing inlet guide Static eliminator Transfer roller Pickup roller Separation pad Feeding roller Follow the procedure below for cleaning during servicing. 1) Fixing inlet guide Clean it with a dry lint-free paper. 2) Static eliminator Clean it with a dry lint-free paper. 3) Transfer roller Basically, do not touch it with your hands or clean it.
  • Page 125 Chapter 4 F-4-2 T-4-2 Fixing inlet guide Static eliminator Transfer roller Pickup roller Separation pad Feeding roller Follow the procedure below for cleaning during servicing. 1) Fixing inlet guide Clean it with a dry lint-free paper. 2) Static eliminator Clean it with a dry lint-free paper. 3) Transfer roller Basically, do not touch it with your hands or clean it.
  • Page 127: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

    Chapter 5 TROUBLESHOOTING...
  • Page 129 Contents Contents 5.1 Countermeasures................................5-1 5.1.1 Image Faults....................................5-1 5.1.1.1 Smudged/Streaked......................................5-1 5.1.1.1.1 Bleeding (smear) occurs immediately after the power is turned on for the first time for the day ............5-1 5.2 MEASUREMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................5-2 5.2.1 Test Print ...................................... 5-2 5.2.1.1 Test Print Function ......................................5-2 5.2.2 Mechanical Adjustment ................................
  • Page 131: Countermeasures

    Chapter 5 5.1 Countermeasures 5.1.1 Image Faults 5.1.1.1 Smudged/Streaked 5.1.1.1.1 Bleeding (smear) occurs immediately after the power is turned on for the first time for the day 0019-7901 LBP3100 / LBP3010B Description There is sometimes a case where the difference of temperature between air and inside of the machine causes moisture to occur on the toner immediately after the power is turned on for the first time for the day.
  • Page 132: Measurement And Adjustment

    Chapter 5 5.2 MEASUREMENT AND ADJUSTMENT 5.2.1 Test Print 5.2.1.1 Test Print Function 0019-5267 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP6000 / LBP6000B This equipment has a test print function to check if the printer engine nor- mally operates. Test patterns (horizontal lines) are output when executing this test print. The following is the operation procedure;...
  • Page 133: Service Tools

    Chapter 5 5.3 SERVICE TOOLS 5.3.1 Standard tools 0019-6360 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP6000 / LBP6000B The followings are the required tools to perform the service operation. T-5-2 Tool name Tool number Usage/remarks Tool case TKN-0001 Jumper wire TKN-0069 With clip Gap gauge CK-0057 0.02 to 0.03mm...
  • Page 134: Error Code Table

    Messages are displayed on the message area [1] and message area (auxiliary) [2]. There are two types of messages; user message and service message. The user message prompts users to take some actions, and the service message prompts service engineers to do so. Canon LBP3100/LBP3108/LBP3150 F-5-4 The following are the details of the service message.
  • Page 135: Overview

    Chapter 5 Error Details Measures Code E004 Error in fixing heater drive circuitry (For 200V machines only) An abnormal frequency is detected on the fixing drive circuit within - Check connectors on the fixing film unit. approx. 3.3 sec of the power being turned on. - Replace the fixing film unit.
  • Page 136: Version Up

    Chapter 5 T-5-5 Error Details Measures Code E000 Error in startup - The detected temperature of the thermistor does not reach 35 deg C - Check connectors on the fixing film unit. within approx. 1.5 sec of the heater being turned on. - Replace the fixing film unit.
  • Page 137: Chapter 6 Appendix

    Chapter 6 APPENDIX...
  • Page 139 Contents Contents 6.1 OUTLINE OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS......................6-1 6.1.1 Clutch/Solenoid.................................... 6-1 6.1.1.1 Solenoid...........................................6-1 6.1.2 Motor......................................6-1 6.1.2.1 Motor..........................................6-1 6.1.3 Sensor......................................6-2 6.1.3.1 Sensor ..........................................6-2 6.1.4 Switch ......................................6-2 6.1.4.1 Switch..........................................6-2 6.1.5 PCBs ......................................6-3 6.1.5.1 PCB ..........................................6-3...
  • Page 141: Outline Of Electrical Components

    Chapter 6 6.1 OUTLINE OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS 6.1.1 Clutch/Solenoid 6.1.1.1 Solenoid 0019-6135 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP6000 / LBP6000B F-6-1 T-6-1 Code Name Pickup solenoid 6.1.2 Motor 6.1.2.1 Motor 0019-6121 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP6000 / LBP6000B F-6-2 T-6-2 Code Name Main motor...
  • Page 142: Sensor

    Chapter 6 6.1.3 Sensor 6.1.3.1 Sensor 0019-6130 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP6000 / LBP6000B F-6-3 T-6-3 Code Name Fixing delivery sensor Paper width sensor Paper leading edge sensor 6.1.4 Switch 6.1.4.1 Switch 0019-6138 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP6000 / LBP6000B F-6-4 T-6-4 Code...
  • Page 143: Pcbs

    Chapter 6 Code Name Door switch 6.1.5 PCBs 6.1.5.1 PCB 0019-6124 LBP3100 / LBP3010B / LBP6000 / LBP6000B F-6-5 T-6-5 Code Name Engine controller PCB Main controller PCB Memory PCB Motor drive PCB...
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