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Dell 3010cn
14 Jan 2010

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  • Page 1 Dell 3010cn 14 Jan 2010...
  • Page 3 Contents of this document may be subjected to modification without previous notice. Dell Inc. will not assume responsibility for accidental or incidental damages resulting from technical or editorial errors or omissions in this manual, the issue of this manual, the execution of descriptions in this manual, or the use of this manual.
  • Page 4: About This Manual

    1. About this manual This manual is a standard service manual of Dell Inc. containing information required for maintenance of this laser printer (standard specifications). 2. Marks giving caution Maintenance operations requiring special cautions or additional information to descriptions of this manual are presented as "Warning", "Caution", or "Note", according to their nature.
  • Page 5: Safety

    4. Safety To prevent possible accidents during maintenance operation, you should observe strictly the "Warning" and "Caution" information in this manual. Dangerous operations and operations out of range of this manual should be absolutely avoided. Generally various processes not covered by this manual may be required in actual operation, which should be performed carefully always giving attention to safety.
  • Page 6: Driving Units

    4.2 Driving units When servicing gears or other driving units, be sure to turn them OFF and plug off. Drive them manually when required. Never touch the gears or other driving units while the printer is running. 4.3 High-temperature units When servicing high-temperature units (securing unit, etc.), be sure to turn them OFF to prevent burns, injuries and other troubles, remove the power plug and start service processes after they have cooled down enough.
  • Page 7: Laser Beams

    4.4 Laser beams • If your eyes are exposed to laser beams, you may lose your eyesight. • Never open the cover if warning label for laser beams is attached there. • Before disassembling and reassembling this laser printer, be sure to turn it OFF. •...
  • Page 8: Warning/caution Labels

    4.5 Warning/caution labels Warning labels and caution labels are attached to this laser printer to prevent accidents Check those labels for their peeling or stain when servicing the printer. 4.5.1 Caution label for high-temperature units Leg_Sec001_004FA Leg_Sec001_005FA Leg_Sec001_006LA Intro-6...
  • Page 9: Caution Label Regarding Ibt Assy And Toner Cartridge

    4.5.2 Caution label regarding IBT ASSY and toner cartridge Leg_Sec001_007LA 4.5.3 Caution label regarding MSI and paper tray Leg_Sec001_008LA Leg_Sec001_009FA Intro-7...
  • Page 10: Caution Label For Ros

    4.5.4 Caution label for ROS Leg_Sec001_010LA Intro-8...
  • Page 11: Unpacking The Printer

    Unpacking the Printer The printer must be carried horizontally with two or more persons. Extreme care must be taken to avoid personal injuries. Check the printer visually for evidence of any damage. Peel all tapes off the printer. Remove protection parts (2 pieces) from the paper tray. Leg_Sec001_011FA Leg_Sec001_012FA Intro-9...
  • Page 12: Installing The Toner Cartridge

    Installing the Toner Cartridge Install or replace the toner cartridge while the printer is on (if the power is not on, the cartridge carrier will not rotate). 1. After confirming the "Insert Black Toner(K)" message, open the front door. 2. Hold the tape on the protective cover and pull it forward to remove the cover from each car- tridge slot.
  • Page 13 4. Lift the tab up 90 degrees and pull the toner seal straight off, keeping it parallel with the toner cartridge. 5. To insert the toner cartridges, align the arrows on the cartridge with the corresponding arrows on the printer. Guide the cartridge in until it snaps into place and then push down the handhold to lock the cartridge in place.
  • Page 14 7. The toner cartridge carrier rotates to the next empty slot. When the color of the newly inserted cartridge appears on the display, followed by the Insert message, insert the next toner cartridge. 8. Repeat steps 1 through 7 when inserting the remaining cartridges. Intro-12...
  • Page 15: Installing The Drum Cartridge

    Installing the Drum Cartridge 1. When the Insert Drum Cartridge message appears, open the front door, then lift and push back the top cover. 2. Remove the protective sheet from the drum cartridge. 3. To insert the drum cartridge, push up the lever on the right side of the printer. With the lever in the upright position, hold the drum cartridge by the handle, align the arrows on the drum cartridge with the corresponding arrows on the printer and guide the cartridge in until it snaps into place.
  • Page 16 4. Pull down the lever on the right to lock the drum cartridge in place. 5. Close the top cover, then the front door. After installing the drum cartridge, the printer makes an adjustment for about one to two minutes. Do not turn off the printer during this time. Intro-14...
  • Page 17: Installing The Optional Tray Module

    Installing the Optional Tray Module If you are adding an optional 250-sheet tray module or 500-sheet tray module after setting up the printer, be sure to turn off the printer, unplug the power cable, and disconnect all cables from the back of the printer before completing these tasks. •...
  • Page 18 5. Remove the printer from the tray. Lift the printer with two people, one facing the front of the printer (operator panel side) and the other facing the back. Never try to lift the printer while facing its right and left side. 6.
  • Page 19 8. Lock the tray(s) into place by removing the top tray from the tray module and rotating the locking mechanism as shown in the graphic. 9. Replace all trays and load the paper. 10. Turn on the printer. The printer will automatically detect the attached tray(s) but will not detect the paper type.
  • Page 20: Installing A Memory Card

    Installing a Memory Card Your printer supports 64, 128, 256, and 512 MB additional memory cards. The 64 MB memory card comes with the optional duplex module. Before you use the optional duplex module, you need to install the 64 MB memory card on the printer. If you already have an existing memory card installed on the printer, you do not have to use the 64 MB memory card provided with your duplex module.
  • Page 21 5. Reattach the control board cover to the printer. Intro-19...
  • Page 22: Installing Printer Drivers

    Installing Printer Drivers Connecting the Printer to the Computer Before Inserting the Drivers and Utilities CD Windows 2000, XP, and Server 2003 1. Connect your printer to your computer. 2. When the Found New Hardware Wizard appears, click Cancel. 3. Insert the Drivers and Utilities CD into your computer. 4.
  • Page 23: Network Set-up

    Network Set-Up For additional network set-up configurations, refer to your User's Guide. Print and Check the Printer Settings Page 1. Print the Printer Settings page. When ready to Print appears in the LCD, press Menu. Press until Configure appears, and then press Press until Reports appears, and then press Printer Settings is displayed.
  • Page 24 Use the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool to monitor the status of your network printer without leaving your desk. You can view and/or change the printer configuration settings, monitor toner level, and when it is time to order replacement toner cartridges, just click the Dell supplies link right from your Web browser.
  • Page 25: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.About this manual......................Intro-2 2.Marks giving caution....................Intro-2 3.Related documents....................Intro-2 4.Safety ........................Intro-3 4.1Power source ..........................Intro-3 4.2Driving units ............................ Intro-4 4.3High-temperature units ........................Intro-4 4.4Laser beams ........................... Intro-5 4.5Warning/caution labels........................Intro-6 4.5.1Caution label for high-temperature units................. Intro-6 4.5.2Caution label regarding IBT ASSY and toner cartridge ............Intro-7 4.5.3Caution label regarding MSI and paper tray ................
  • Page 26 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. CONTENTS 1. Overview........................2 - 1 1.1 Position of the Diag. in the Whole System..................2 - 1 2. Configuration .......................2 - 2 3. How to use Diag. Customer Mode................2 - 3 3.1 Roles of the control panel in Diag.
  • Page 27 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. CONTENTS...
  • Page 28: Overview

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 1. Overview 1.1 Position of the Diag. in the Whole System Major functions of this diag. are as follows: •ESS diagnosis to locate a chip which causes a problem •IOT diagnosis •Setting of parameters for registration in paper feeding direction and so on. 2 - 1...
  • Page 29: Configuration

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 2. Configuration The diagnosis provides three modes that have their respective uses (purposes), target operators, and functions. Shipping Mode: This mode intends to be used in the production line with the purpose to locate a chip that causes a problem.
  • Page 30: How To Use Diag. Customer Mode

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 3. How to use Diag. Customer Mode 3.1 Roles of the control panel in Diag. CANCEL Leg_Sec02_001FA [LCD]: Displaying a diagnosis item and its result [ ], [ ]: Selecting a diagnosis item/Selecting data at parameter setting [ ], [ ]: Key moves the cursor to the left/right [ ]:...
  • Page 31: Entering Diag. Customer Mode

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 3.2 Entering diag. Customer mode The power is turned off. The power is turned on while holding down “ ” and “ ” keys. Release the keys when “Diagnosing” is displayed. The “Customer Mode” and “ESS” are displayed. (Entered the diag.) 3.3 Selecting Diag.
  • Page 32: Diag. Mode Menu Tree

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 3.6 Diag. mode menu tree Menu Tree of the Customer Mode is as follows Press the ESS Diagnosis All Test CodeROM Test FontROM Test EEPROM Test DRAM Test Press the Press the MAC+PHY Test HAYATE Test PANEL Test IOT Test Press the CANCEL key...
  • Page 33: The Kind Of Diag. And Contents Of A Test

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4. The kind of diag. and contents of a test The diagnosis/setting items which can be performed in the Customer mode are as follows. menu Function Description ESS Diagnosis Calculates the ROM checksum and compares it with the value stored in the ROM.
  • Page 34 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. menu Function Description ESS Diagnosis Executes the ESS diagnosis except the fol- ALL Test lowing. MAC+PHY/Control panel Test Print Prints the IOT built-in grid pattern. When the PQ problem occurred, this test enables to identify the problem as the printing process or the PWBA ESS- related.
  • Page 35 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. menu Function Description Test Print Outputs black 20% paint on the whole area of a paper. When the PQ problem occurred, this test enables to identify the problem as the Black 20% black toner or another color. Compare the sample chart (refer to 4.2.4) with the print.
  • Page 36 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. menu Function Description IOT Diagnosis Digital input component test When a paper jam, the error message and code occurred, execute this test to locate the damaged parts. The test will execute the DI Test codes of DI Test the components that are supposed to be faulty from the error details.
  • Page 37: Details Of Ess Diagnosis

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.1 Details of ESS Diagnosis This section describes what is performed in each test of the ESS diagnosis in detail. 4.1.1 Executing ESS Diagnosis The power is turned off. The power is turned on while holding down “ ”...
  • Page 38: Dram Test

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.1.5 DRAM Test When the optional DRAM DIMM is checked and found, it checks the optional memory area. First, the test performs read/write/verify of the increment data for the whole tested area by the word. Then, it performs read/write/verify of the test patterns (0xffffffff, 0xaaaaaaaa, 0x55555555, 0x0000000) for the whole tested area by the word.
  • Page 39: Hayate Test

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.1.7 HAYATE Test HAYATE (ASIC) register (HAYATE Status Register) check. Normal Error CHECK OK HAYATE ERROR 4.1.8 Control Panel Test This test checks input and output of the control panel. When buttons are pressed in the manner shown in the following table, the test displays the corresponding contents on the LED and LCD.
  • Page 40: Test Print

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.2 Test Print Printing an internal test pattern of the printer. If paper jam or paper empty occurs during the print, the test waits until they are resolved. 4.2.1 Executing Test Print The power is turned off. The power is turned on while holding down “...
  • Page 41: Grid[ess]

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.2.3 Grid[ESS] This function prints the ESS PWB built-in grid pattern. Leg_Sec02_004FA 2 - 14...
  • Page 42: Density Chart

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.2.4 20 Density Chart This function prints a 20% density paint pattern for each of cyan, magenta, yellow, black and mixed CMY on the whole area of the sheet. Cyan 20% Magenta 20% Leg_Sec02_005FA Leg_Sec02_006FA Yellow 20% Black 20% Leg_Sec02_007FA...
  • Page 43: Gradation

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.2.5 Gradation This function prints a pattern in which the density of each of cyan, magenta, yellow, or black is varied from 2 to 100%. Leg_Sec02_010FA 4.2.6 Toner Pallet Check This function prints a 100% density pattern for each of cyan, magenta, yellow and black on a sheet. Leg_Sec02_011FA 2 - 16...
  • Page 44: Contamination Check

    Page 1 Leg_Sec02_071FA Leg_Sec02_012FA Page 4 Page 3 Leg_Sec02_073FA Leg_Sec02_072FA Page 5 Color Laser 3000cn Components/CRU Pitch (interval) Dell Component Name Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge Bias Transfer Roll (BTR) Assembly Fuser Fuser Fuser Developer Housing Developer Housing...
  • Page 45: Printer Diag

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.3 Printer Diag. 4.3.1 Digital Input (DI) Test This function checks whether the DI components operate normally or not. The DI test is performed for all the DI components. Exit operation of the DI test makes the control panel display the Customer diag. function menu. During the DI test, other Customer diag.
  • Page 46: Executing Digital Input (di) Test

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.3.2 Executing Digital Input (DI) Test The power is turned off. The power is turned on while holding down “ ” and “ ” keys. Release the keys when “Diagnosing” is displayed. The “Customer Mode” and “ESS Diagnosis” are displayed. (Entered the Diagnosis.) Press “...
  • Page 47: Exiting Digital Input (di) Test

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.3.3 Exiting Digital Input (DI) Test Press “Cancel” key to stop the DI Test. Press “Menu” key and “Cancel” key to exit DI Test mode. (“IOT Diag.” is displayed.) It is a procedure for shifting from Diag. mode to the normal mode as follows. Press “...
  • Page 48 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. -About Sensor The sensors in the printer are reflective type and transmissive type. A reflective sensor detects, on the basis of whether or not the light is reflected by the sheet, the paper absence/presence or the sheet type such as OHP transparency or others. Transparency Paper Leg_Sec02_015FA...
  • Page 49 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Shown in the table below are the correspondence between the sensors and the types. Reflective type (Diag. Code) Transmissive type (Diag. Code) Sensor 2nd BTR Retract(DI-8) Sensor IBT Retract (DI-9) Sensor No paper (MPF) (DI-53) Regi Sensor (DI-54) TR0 (IBT Rotation) Sensor (DI-42) Fuser Exit Sensor (DI-56)
  • Page 50 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. -About the Switch The switches provided in the printer are the push-switch detecting close/open of the door or cover and the micro-switch for safety interlock to safeguard the user. A push-switch closes the internal contacts via the plunger that is pushed down by the actuator of the cover or door that is being closed.
  • Page 51 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Shown in the table below are the correspondence between the switches and the types. Push Switch (Diag. Code) Micro Switch (Diag. Code) Fuser Door Switch (DI-15) 2nd BTR Cover Switch (DI-19) PH Door Switch (DI-52) Tray 1 Door Switch (DI-f2) Front Interlock Switch (DI-e) Tray 1 Cassette Exist Switch (DI-f5)
  • Page 52 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. -Checking the Sensor and switch Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure Sensor 2nd BTR NOTE: Very difficult to check Retract(DI-8) NOTE: This procedure is for the technical staff. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Open the Front Door and the Top Cover.
  • Page 53 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure 12) Check the sensor. Operator Panel Paper Sensor IBT Retract Sensor IBT Retract (DI-9) (continued) Leg_Sec02_022FA 13) Press the “Cancel” key to stop the test. 14) Remove the cheater. 15) Reseat the drum cartridge.
  • Page 54 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Two switches can be confirmed by this code. -Front Interlock Switch Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-e. Open and close the Front Door. Operator Panel Interlock 24VDC (Front)
  • Page 55 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-15. Open and close the Paper Cover. Operator Panel Fuser Door Switch Fuser Door Switch (DI- Paper Cover Leg_Sec02_038FA Press the “Cancel”...
  • Page 56 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-42. Open the Front Door and the Top Cover. Pull up the right side lever (Blue of the printer. Remove the drum cartridge.
  • Page 57 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-52. Open and close the Inner Rear Cover. Operator Panel PH Door Switch PH Door Switch (DI-52) Inner Rear Cover Leg_Sec02_040FA Press the “Cancel”...
  • Page 58 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-54. Open the Inner Rear Cover. Check the sensor. Operator Panel Actuator Regi Sensor (DI-54) Leg_Sec02_025FA Press the “Cancel” key to stop the test. Close the Inner Cover.
  • Page 59 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Prepare the plain paper and the transparency sheet. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-55. Open the Inner Rear Cover. Check the sensor. Operator Panel (Transparency) OHP (Transparency) Sensor Operator Panel (Paper)
  • Page 60 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Fuser is very hot, so pay sufficient attention at work to above burns, etc. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-56. Open the Paper Cover. Open the Fuser Chute.
  • Page 61 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI Test. Open the Inner Rear Cover. Open the BTR cover. Check the sensor. Operator Panel Paper Fuser In Sensor Fuser In Sensor (DI-57) Leg_Sec02_028FA Press the “Cancel”...
  • Page 62 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Prepare the small paper (10mm x 50mm). Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-6e. Open the Front Door and the Top Cover. Pull up the right side lever (Blue of the printer. Remove the drum cartridge.
  • Page 63 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Remove the Tray. Execute the DI-f1. Check the sensor. Tray 1 No paper Sensor (DI-f1) Operator Panel Actuator...
  • Page 64 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-f3. Pull the Tray. Open the Feeder Cover. Check the sensor. Operator Panel Actuator Tray 1 Paper Path Sensor...
  • Page 65 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Remove the Tray. Execute the DI-f5. Push and release the Tray 1 Cassette Exist Switch. Tray 1 Cassette Exist Switch (DI-f5) Operator Panel...
  • Page 66 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 or 500 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Remove the Tray. Execute the DI-f9. Remove the Tray. Check the sensor. Tray 2 No paper Sensor (DI-f9) Operator Panel...
  • Page 67 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 or 500 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DI-fa. Open and close the Feeder Cover. Operator Panel Tray 2 Door Switch (DI- Tray 2 Door Switch Feeder Cover...
  • Page 68 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 or 500 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Pull the Tray. Execute the DI-fb. Open the Feeder Cover. Check the sensor.
  • Page 69 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Remove the Tray. Execute the DI-fd. Push and release the Tray 2 Cassette Exist Switch. Tray 2 Cassette Exist Switch (DI-fd) Operator Panel...
  • Page 70 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Sensor name (Diag. Code) Confirmation procedure NOTE: Test for the 250 Sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Remove the Tray. Execute the DI-fe. Push and release the Tray 2 Cassette Select Switch. Tray 2 Cassette Select Switch (DI-fe) Operator Panel...
  • Page 71: Digital Output (do) Test

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.3.5 Digital Output (DO) Test This function checks whether the DO components operate. When the interlock is opened while the DO test is performed, each component ends to operate. The function can turn on each of the DO components individually. Therefore it allows the user to check a component' s operation from outside and judge whether the component is normal or not.
  • Page 72: Exiting Digital Output (do) Test

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Code(HEX) Code_DO Menu No. Tray1 solenoid DO-db Tray2 solenoid DO-dc Tray1 motor DO-e0 Tray2 motor DO-e8 4.3.7 Exiting Digital Output (DO) Test Press the “Cancel” key to stop the DO Test. Press the “Menu” key and the “Cancel” key to exit the DO Test mode. (“IOT Diag.” is displayed.) It is a procedure for shifting from Diag.
  • Page 73: How To Check The Motors, The Clutches And The Solenoids

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.3.8 How to check the motors, the clutches and the solenoids -Parts Location Sensor ADC Solenoid Nip [DO-1c] Sensor ADC Solenoid Release [DO-1d] Fuser Drive Motor Start [DO-74] Speed 0 [DO-75] Speed 1 [DO-76] IBT Cleaner Retract Motor [DO-1e] IBT Brush Motor Start [DO-80] Speed 0 [DO-81]...
  • Page 74 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. -About Clutch The electromagnetic clutch in the printer controls the rotation of the roller by transferring or cutting the torque from the motor to the roller. The electromagnetic clutch becomes an electromagnet by the passage of electric current through the coil inside the case and attracts the armature and gear to the rotating rotor, thereby rotating the gear.
  • Page 75 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. -About Solenoid The solenoid in the printer opens/closes the shutter or controls the position of the gear for transferring the torque of the motor to the roller. A solenoid becomes an electromagnet by the passage of electric current through the coil inside the case and attracts the plunger.
  • Page 76 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. -Checking Clutch and Solenoid Before entering the diagnostic, close the all covers and the doors. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DO-12. Upon hitting the “ ”...
  • Page 77 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: This procedure is for the technical staff. The customer’s procedure is the 1, 5 and 6. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Open the Front door and the Top Cover and then remove the IBT. Cheat the safety Interlock System.
  • Page 78 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: If the solenoid noise is not heard, execute the DO-1d. This procedure is for the technical staff. The customer’s procedure is the 1, 5 and 6. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode.
  • Page 79 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: If the solenoid noise is not heard, execute the DO-1c. This procedure is for the technical staff. The customer’s procedure is the 1, 5 and 6. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode.
  • Page 80 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: This procedure is for the technical staff. The customer’s procedure is the 1, 5 and 6. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode.. Open the Front door and the Top Cover, and then remove the IBT.
  • Page 81 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DO-50. Upon hitting the “ ” key, the operating noise of the clutch will be heard. Press the “Cancel”...
  • Page 82 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) Execute the DO-51. Upon hitting the “ ” key, the operating noise of the clutch will be heard. Press the “Cancel” key to stop test. Combination test is as follows. NOTE: The pre-regi roll rotates when the DO-51 and the DO-64 are executed.
  • Page 83 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Procedures 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 10 are for the technical staff. Remove the Right Cover Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Open the Front door and the Top Cover, and then remove the IBT.
  • Page 84 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Even if only DO-71 or DO-72 is executed, the motor doesn't rotate. Execute the DO-70 and then execute the DO- 71 or the DO-72. The rotational speed of the motor is as follows. DO-70+DO-72 <...
  • Page 85 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Even if only DO-75 or DO-76 is executed, the motor doesn't rotate. Execute the DO-74 and then execute the DO- 75 or DO-76. The rotational speed of the motor is as follows. DO-74+DO-75 <...
  • Page 86 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Even if only DO-81 or DO-82 is executed, the motor doesn't rotate. Execute DO-80 and then execute the DO-81 or the DO-82. The rotational speed of the motor is as follows. DO-80+DO-81 <...
  • Page 87 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Tray 1 Clutch is in the 250 sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DO-d8. Upon hitting the “ ”...
  • Page 88 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Tray 2 Clutch is in the 250 or 500 sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DO-d9. Upon hitting the “ ”...
  • Page 89 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Tray 1 Solenoid is in the 250 sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DO-db. Upon hitting the “ ”...
  • Page 90 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Tray 2 Solenoid is in the 250 or 500 sheets Option Tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DO-dc. Upon hitting the “ ”...
  • Page 91 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Tray 1 Motor is in the 250 sheets Option Tray. Before executing the test, remove the left side cover of the paper tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode. Execute the DO-e0 and confirm the motor rotation.
  • Page 92 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Clutch and Solenoid name Confirmation procedure (Diag. Code) NOTE: Tray 2 Motor is in the 250 or 500 sheets Option Paper Tray. Before executing the test, remove the left side cover of the paper tray. Turn on the power and enter the Diagnostic Mode.
  • Page 93: Parameter Setting

    Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. 4.4 Parameter Setting 4.4.1 Handling parameters This function reads the following parameters stored in the IOT. Item Range Description Regi Feed/Slow Scan Sets the registration in the paper feeding 0 to 255 Reg Feed direction. Regi Scan/Fast Scan Sets the registration in the scanning direction 0 to 64...
  • Page 94 Chapter 2 Operation of Diag. Reference Counter Values These counter values are reference only. Do not use as the official value. Counter Name Value of life warning Life Xero CRU 192000 Life Y Toner 4700 Life M Toner 4700 Life C Toner 4700 Life K Toner 4700...
  • Page 95: Chapter 3 Removal And Replacement Procedures

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) CONTENTS 1. Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) ............3 - 1 1.1 Before starting service work......................3 - 1 1.2 Description of procedure........................3 - 4 2. Removal and Replacement Flows................3 - 5 RRP1.
  • Page 96 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) CONTENTS RRP3.18 PHOTO SENSOR: T/R (PL 3.3.4)..................3 - 96 RRP3.19 ROLL ASSY FEED (PL 3.3.11) ..................... 3 - 98 RRP3.20 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 3.2.25) ................3 - 100 RRP3.21 STOPPER CST R (PL 3.2.32).....................
  • Page 97 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) CONTENTS RRP6.5 CAM ASSY-2ND (PL 6.1.11)....................3 - 198 RRP6.7 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 6.1.15) ................3 - 200 RRP6.8 AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL(ADC) SENSOR ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.18)..... 3 - 202 RRP6.9 PHOTO SENSOR: 2BTR RETRACT (PL 6.1.19) ..............
  • Page 98 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) CONTENTS RRP12.4 PWBA CRUM (PL 12.1.4) ....................3 - 282 RRP12.5 ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARD (PL 12.2.2) ......3 - 284 RRP12.6 MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU)(PL 12.2.4) ..............3 - 286 RRP12.7 LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (PL 12.2.6)............
  • Page 99: Removal And Replacement Procedures (rrps)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) 1. Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Removal and replacement procedures for main parts of the device are described using 15 broad categories that correspond to the parts list. ∗RRP 1 COVER ∗RRP 2 250 PAPER CASSETTE ∗RRP 3 250 PAPER FEEDER...
  • Page 100 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Various kinds of screws are used, so be sure to use the screw at the correct positions. Pay attention in distinguishing the screws for plastic and for sheet metal. Incorrect use of the screw type may cause in damaging the screw threads or other troubles.
  • Page 101 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Major Pointed to be Type Application Shape How to distinguish installation noted. locations Sheet metal •Silver colored Screw for •Diameter of the metal sheet screw section is Silver uniform. Parts etc Sheet metal Sheet metal •Silver colored •Each...
  • Page 102: Chapter 5 Parts List

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) 1.2 Description of procedure [RRP X.Y “AAAAA”] attached at the front of the procedure shows that the name of parts to be assembled/disassembled is “AAAAA”. “(PL X.Y.Z)” attached at the end of parts name in the procedure shows that the parts corresponds to the plate (PL) “X.Y”, item “Z”...
  • Page 103: Removal And Replacement Flows

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) 2. Removal and Replacement Flows PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (COVER Reration) TOP COVER, EXTENSION TRAY, FUSER COVER, TOP COVER INTERLOCK RIGHT COVER, MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER LOWER FRONT COVER, UPPER FRONT COVER OPERATOR PANEL, LEFT COVER, FUSER COVER INTERLOCK, COVER ESS ASSY FUSER COVER (RRP1.4)
  • Page 104 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) OPTION RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (250 SHEET PAPER TRAY Reration) 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY (250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY Reration) 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER, 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER, 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY (500 SHEET PAPER TRAY Reration) 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY...
  • Page 105 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER Reration) MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY, MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER SIDE GUIDE GEAR, LEFT SIDE GUIDE, RIGHT SIDE GUIDE SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY, PHOTO SENSOR: MPF NO PAPER, CHUTE MSI SOLENOID PICK UP, MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER ASSEMBLY (VERTICAL TRANSPORT Reration) REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY, VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY...
  • Page 106 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (TRNSFER Reration) FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) FRAME ASSEMBLY 2ND BTR ASSY, FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL(ADC) SENSOR ASSEMBLY, IBT CAM ASSEMBLY SENSOR PHOTO: 2BTR RETRCT, SENSOR PHOTO: IBT RETRCT CAM ASSY-2ND, PLATE BIAS-2ND ASSY...
  • Page 107 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (IBT Reration) IBT SENSOR, LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY, BCR CLEANING ASSEMBLY FUSER COVER (RRP1.4) Opening UPPER FRONT COVER Opening UPPER FRONT COVER Opening TOP COVER Opening TOP COVER...
  • Page 108 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (PRINT HEAD Reration) PRINT HEAD ASSEMBLY, CLEANER FUSER COVER (RRP1.4) Opening UPPER FRONT COVER Opening TOP COVER Removing IBT OPERATOR PANEL (RRP1.9) RIGHT COVER (RRP1.12) LEFT COVER (RRP1.10) MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER (RRP1.7)
  • Page 109 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (DEVELOPER Reration) DEVELOPER LATCH ASSEMBLY, TONER CARTRIDGE SENSOR, ANTENNA CTRG DEVELOPER HOUSING (BLACK), DEVELOPER HOUSING (YELLOW), DEVELOPER HOUSING(MAGENTA), DEVELOPER HOUSING(CYAN) FUSER COVER (RRP1.4) Opening UPPER FRONT COVER Opening TOP COVER...
  • Page 110 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (DEVELOPER Reration) DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLY, SENSOR PHOTO: ROTARY HOME FUSER COVER (RRP1.4) MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU) (RRP12.6) LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (RRP12.7) Opening UPPER FRONT COVER CHASSIS ASSY ESS (RRP12.10) Opening TOP COVER...
  • Page 111 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (DRIVE Reration) IBT CLEANING DRIVE ASSEMBLY, FUSER DRIVE MOTOR DEVELOPER ROTOR MOTOR, DEVELOPMENT MOTOR PHOTORECEPTOR MOTOR, BIAS TRANSFER ROLLER(BTR) RETRACTOR MOTOR FUSER COVER (RRP1.4) Opening UPPER FRONT COVER Opening TOP COVER...
  • Page 112 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) PRINTER RRP FLOW This flow shows the removing procedures of the following parts. (ELEC Reration) HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY(HVPS), ROTOR CONTROL BOARD ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARD MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU) LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY, FUSER CONTROLLER BOARD FUSER COVER (RRP1.4) Opening UPPER FRONT COVER Opening TOP COVER...
  • Page 113 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 15...
  • Page 114: Rrp1. Cover

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1. COVER RRP1.1 TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_616LA 3 - 16...
  • Page 115 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.1 TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove E ring on left hand side that is used to fix TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1) on the main unit. Slide the COVER ASSY to the right and remove it while TOP COVER is being opened. [Replacement] Attach TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1) to the main unit in the open state.
  • Page 116: Rrp1.2 Extension Tray (pl 1.1.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.2 EXTENSION TRAY (PL 1.1.3) 3)-2 3)-1 Leg_Sec03_601LA 3 - 18...
  • Page 117 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.2 EXTENSION TRAY (PL 1.1.3) [Removal] Open UPPER FRONT COVER (PL 1.1.14). When carrying out the work shown below, be careful not to damage the boss of EXTENSION TRAY. Open EXTENSION TRAY (PL 1.1.3). Depress the boss of EXTENSION TRAY using a small screwdriver, disengage the boss of EXTENSION TRAY from a hole on TOP COVER, and remove the EXTENSION TRAY.
  • Page 118: Rrp1.3 Lever-sw (pl 1.1.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.3 LEVER-SW (PL 1.1.5) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [NOTE] Leg_Sec03_004FB 3 - 20...
  • Page 119 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.3 LEVER-SW (PL 1.1.5) [Removal] Remove TOP COVER. (RRP 1.1) Remove a screw (Silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fixes COVER SPRING TOP (PL 1.1.19) to TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove COVER SPRING TOP from TOP COVER. Pull out SPRING-SW (PL 1.1.4) from the hole in TOP COVER.
  • Page 120: Rrp1.4 Fuser Cover (pl 1.1.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.4 FUSER COVER (PL 1.1.6) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 2)-1 2)-2 [ NOTE ] [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_005LA 3 - 22...
  • Page 121 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.4 FUSER COVER (PL 1.1.6) [Removal] Open FUSER COVER (PL 1.1.6). Pull out the boss of RIGHT COVER from the hole in FUSER COVER while spreading RIGHT COVER (PL 1.1.8) and remove FUSER COVER. [Replacement] When carrying out the work shown below, securely fit the projections on FUSER COVER right and left respectively inside RIGHT COVER and LEFT COVER.
  • Page 122: Rrp1.5 Top Cover Interlock (pl 1.1.7)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.5 TOP COVER INTERLOCK (PL 1.1.7) eg_Sec03_602 A 3 - 24...
  • Page 123 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.5 TOP COVER INTERLOCK (PL 1.1.7) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) When carrying out the work shown below, leave the relay connector on the harness side. Release the clamp at two locations that fix the harness of TOP COVER INTERLOCK (PL 1.1.7) and remove the harness.
  • Page 124: Rrp1.6 Right Cover (pl 1.1.8), Cover Ros Window (pl 1.1.20), Slide Bar (pl 1.1.21)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.6 RIGHT COVER (PL 1.1.8), COVER ROS WINDOW (PL 1.1.20), SLIDE BAR (PL 1.1.21) Leg_Sec03_007FA 3 - 26...
  • Page 125 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.6 RIGHT COVER (PL 1.1.8), COVER ROS WINDOW (PL 1.1.20), SLIDE BAR (PL 1.1.21) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Release the hooks at four locations that fix GUIDE BAR (PL 1.1.22) to RIGHT COVER (PL 1.1.8), and remove GUIDE BAR.
  • Page 126: Rrp1.7 Multipurpose Feeder Cover (pl 1.1.12)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.7 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER (PL 1.1.12) 2)-1 2)-2 Leg_Sec03_008LA 3 - 28...
  • Page 127 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.7 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER (PL 1.1.12) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Slide MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER (PL 1.1.12) to left side opening it a little and remove it from the main unit. [Replacement] With MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER open a little, match the hole in MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER to the boss of the main unit and slide MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER to right side to attach it.
  • Page 128: Rrp1.8 Lower Front Cover (pl 1.1.13), Cover Front-u (pl 1.1.14)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.8 LOWER FRONT COVER (PL 1.1.13), COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14) 9)-1 9)-2 Leg_Sec03_009LA 10)-1 10)-2 Leg_Sec03_010FB 3 - 30...
  • Page 129 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.8 LOWER FRONT COVER (PL 1.1.13), COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove OPERATOR PANEL. (RRP 1.9) Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix COVER CONPANE (PL 1.1.35) on COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14).
  • Page 130: Rrp1.9 Operator Panel (pl 1.1.15)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.9 OPERATOR PANEL (PL 1.1.15) 5)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_184LA 3 - 32...
  • Page 131 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.9 OPERATOR PANEL (PL 1.1.15) [Removal] Open COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix COVER CONPANE 1 (PL 1.1.34) to COVER FRONT-U. Remove COVER CONPANE 1 from COVER FRONT-U. Remove connector (P/J220) on OPERATOR PANEL (PL 1.1.15).
  • Page 132: Rrp1.10 Left Cover (pl 1.1.16)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.10 LEFT COVER (PL 1.1.16) 7)-1 7)-2 Leg_Sec03_603LA 3 - 34...
  • Page 133 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.10 LEFT COVER (PL 1.1.16) [Removal] Remove FUSER COVER. (RRP 1.4) Open COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Open TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove COVER ESS ASSY. (RRP 1.15) Remove seven screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fix LEFT COVER (PL 1.1.16) on the main unit.
  • Page 134: Rrp1.11 Fuser Cover Interlock (pl 1.1.17)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.11 FUSER COVER INTERLOCK (PL 1.1.17) 4)-2 4)-1 eg_Sec03_604 A 3 - 36...
  • Page 135 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.11 FUSER COVER INTERLOCK (PL 1.1.17) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Release the harness clamp that fixes the harness of FUSER COVER INTERLOCK (PL 1.1.17) and remove it. Remove a screw (silver, with flange, 8mm) that fixes the FUSER COVER INTERLOCK and the BRACKET COVER TOP A LH (PL1.1.35) to the printer.
  • Page 136: Rrp1.12 Cover Assy Rh (pl 1.1.23)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.12 COVER ASSY RH (PL 1.1.23) Leg_Sec03_605LA 3 - 38...
  • Page 137 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.12 COVER ASSY RH (PL 1.1.23) [Removal] Remove FUSER COVER. (RRP 1.4) Open COVER FFRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Open TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove four screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fixes COVER ASSY RH (PL 1.1.23) on the main unit.
  • Page 138: Rrp1.13 Cover Inner L (pl 1.1.26)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.13 COVER INNER L (PL 1.1.26) Leg_Sec03_186LA 3 - 40...
  • Page 139 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.13 COVER INNER L (PL 1.1.26) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fixes COVER INNER L (PL 1.1.26) on the main unit.
  • Page 140: Rrp1.14 Cover Inner U (pl 1.1.27)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.14 COVER INNER U (PL 1.1.27) Leg_Sec03_187LA 3 - 42...
  • Page 141 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.14 COVER INNER U (PL 1.1.27) [Removal] Open COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Open TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fixes COVER INNER U (PL 1.1.27) on the main unit.
  • Page 142: Rrp1.15 Cover Ess Assy (pl 1.1.28)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.15 COVER ESS ASSY (PL 1.1.28) Leg_Sec03_188LA 3 - 44...
  • Page 143 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.15 COVER ESS ASSY (PL 1.1.28) [Removal] Hold the top part of COVER ESS ASSY and bring the assembly down toward you, release the hook of COVER ESS ASSY, and remove COVER ESS ASSY from LEFT COVER. [Replacement] Make three convexed sections on the bottom side of COVER ESS ASSY match the holes of LEFT COVER, and fix COVER ESS ASSY to LEFT COVER using a hook.
  • Page 144: Rrp1.16 Cover Top Side L (pl 1.1.32)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.16 COVER TOP SIDE L (PL 1.1.32) Leg_Sec03_606LA 3 - 46...
  • Page 145 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.16 COVER TOP SIDE L (PL 1.1.32) [Removal] Remove FUSER COVER. (RRP 1.4) Open COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Open TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fix COVER TOP SIDE L (PL 1.1.32) on the main unit.
  • Page 146: Rrp1.17 Cover Top Side R (pl 1.1.32)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.17 COVER TOP SIDE R (PL 1.1.32) 5)-2 5)-1 Leg_Sec03_607LA 3 - 48...
  • Page 147 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP1.17 COVER TOP SIDE R (PL 1.1.32) [Removal] Remove FUSER COVER. (RRP 1.4) Open COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Open TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove a screw (silver, with flange, 8mm) that fixes the COVER TOP SIDE R (PL1.1.33) and the BRACKET COVER TOP A RH (PL1.1.37) to the printer.
  • Page 148: Rrp2. 250 Paper Cassette

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2. 250 PAPER CASSETTE RRP2.1 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 2.1.1) Leg_Sec03_151FA 3 - 50...
  • Page 149 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.1 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 2.1.1) [Removal] Pull out 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 2.1.1) till it stops, lift up its front and remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY from 250 PAPER FEEDER. [Replacement] While lifting up the front side of 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY, insert it in 250 PAPER FEEDER, and then push it in to the end in horizontal state.
  • Page 150: Rrp2.2 Guide End Assy 250 (pl 2.1.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.2 GUIDE END ASSY 250 (PL 2.1.2) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [2)] Leg_Sec03_152FA 3 - 52...
  • Page 151 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.2 GUIDE END ASSY 250 (PL 2.1.2) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250. (RRP 2.3) Slide GUIDE END ASSY 250 (PL 2.1.2) to rear side, match the convex at four locations on GUIDE END ASSY 250 to the notched of CASSETTE 250 (PL 2.1.12) and remove it upwards.
  • Page 152: Rrp2.3 Plate Assy Bottom 250 (pl 2.1.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 2.1.3) 3)-1 3)-2 3)-2 3)-1 Leg_Sec03_153FA 3 - 54...
  • Page 153 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 2.1.3) Leg_Sec03_154FB 3 - 55...
  • Page 154 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 2.1.3) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Slide LOCK LIFT R (PL 2.1.10) and LOCK LIFT L (PL 2.1.15) to release lock. Release a hook of ROLL LINK (PL 2.1.11) fixed on the shaft of PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 2.1.3) on both right and left sides, and remove ROLL LINK, LOCK LIFT R and LOCK LIFT L.
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  • Page 156: Rrp2.4 Cover Front Cst 250 (pl 2.1.13)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.4 COVER FRONT CST 250 (PL 2.1.13) 3)-1 3)-2 3)-3 Leg_Sec03_155FB 3 - 58...
  • Page 157 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP2.4 COVER FRONT CST 250 (PL 2.1.13) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix COVER FRONT CST 250 (PL 2.1.13) to 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 2.1.1). Relase a hook at the bottom of COVER FRONT CST 250 using a small screwdriver, lay COVER FRONT CST 250 towards front, and then release the convex at three locatins on the rear side of COVER FRONT CST 250 from the hole of 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY.
  • Page 158: Rrp3. 250 Paper Feeder

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3. 250 PAPER FEEDER RRP3.1 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 3.1.15) Release Lock Leg_Sec03_161FB 3 - 60...
  • Page 159: Rrp3.1 250 Sheet Feeder Assembly (pl)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.1 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 3.1.15) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Turn the LOCK MC TO FDR (PL 3.1.17) on both the right and left sides clockwise by 90 degrees to unlock it from the main unit.
  • Page 160 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.2 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER (PL 3.1.1) 3)-1 3)-2 Leg_Sec03_162FB 3 - 62...
  • Page 161: Rrp3.2 250 Sheet Feeder Left Cover (pl)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.2 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER (PL 3.1.1) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove three screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fix 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER (PL 3.1.1) to 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. Spread the rear side of 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER and remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER from 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 162 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.3 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 3.1.2) 4)-2 4)-1 Leg_Sec03_163FB 3 - 64...
  • Page 163: Rrp3.3 250 Sheet Feeder Chute Assembly (pl)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.3 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 3.1.2) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fixes 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 3.1.2) to 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. Try not to break the boss of 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY when carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 164 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.4 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER (PL 3.1.9) Leg_Sec03_164FB 3 - 66...
  • Page 165: Rrp3.4 250 Sheet Feeder Right Cover (pl)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.4 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER (PL 3.1.9) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove three screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fix 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER (PL 3.1.9) on 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER from 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 166: Rrp3.5 Drive Assy Feed 250 (pl 3.2.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.5 DRIVE ASSY FEED 250 (PL 3.2.2) 5)-1 5)-2 3)-1 3)-2 NOTE Leg_Sec03_165FB 3 - 68...
  • Page 167 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.5 DRIVE ASSY FEED 250 (PL 3.2.2) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) When carrying out the work shown below, leave the relay connector of SOLENOID FEED connector (P/J610) on the harness side.
  • Page 168: Rrp3.6 Solenoid Feed (pl 3.2.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.6 SOLENOID FEED (PL 3.2.3) Leg_Sec03_024FB 3 - 70...
  • Page 169 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.6 SOLENOID FEED (PL 3.2.3) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250. (RRP 3.5) Remove a screw (silver, 6mm) that fixes SOLENOID FEED (PL 3.2.3) to DRIVE ASSY FEED 250 (PL 3.2.2).
  • Page 170: Rrp3.7 Clutch Assy Ph (pl 3.2.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.7 CLUTCH ASSY PH (PL 3.2.5) Leg_Sec03_167FB 3 - 72...
  • Page 171 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.7 CLUTCH ASSY PH (PL 3.2.5) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Release the two clamps that fix the harness of CLUTCH ASSY PH (PL3.2.5) and remove the harness of CLUTCH ASSY PH. Remove connector (P/J609) of CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 172: Rrp3.8 Harness-assy Feed 1 (pl 3.2.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.8 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (PL 3.2.6) 5)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_168FB 3 - 74...
  • Page 173 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.8 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (PL 3.2.6) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Release clamp that fixes harness of HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (PL 3.2.6). Remove connector (P/J435) on PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 3.2.12).
  • Page 174: Rrp3.9 Roll Assy Turn (pl 3.2.8)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.9 ROLL ASSY TURN (PL 3.2.8) Leg_Sec03_169FB 3 - 76...
  • Page 175 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.9 ROLL ASSY TURN (PL 3.2.8) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250.
  • Page 176: Rrp3.10 Fuser Chute Interlock (pl 3.2.9)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.10 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 3.2.9) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 6)-1 [3)] 6)-2 Leg_Sec03_207FB 3 - 78...
  • Page 177 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.10 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 3.2.9) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove a screw (silver, tap, 8mm) that fixes CAP (PL 3.2.43) to 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 178: Rrp3.11 Pwba Mot (pl 3.2.11)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.11 PWBA MOT (PL 3.2.11) 3)-1 3)-2 Leg_Sec03_170FB 3 - 80...
  • Page 179 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.11 PWBA MOT (PL 3.2.11) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove connector (P/J440) on PWBA MOT (PL 3.2.11) and connector (P/J446). Release the two clamps that fixes the harness of HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2 (PL3.2.13) and remove the harness of HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2.
  • Page 180: Rrp3.12 Pwba Tray Cont (pl 3.2.12)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.12 PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 3.2.12) Leg_Sec03_171FB 3 - 82...
  • Page 181 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.12 PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 3.2.12) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove connector (P/J435), connector (P/J436), connector (P/J437) and connector (P/J438) on PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 3.2.12). Remove three screws (silver, with a flange, 6mm) that fix PWBA TRAY CONT on 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 182: Rrp3.13 Harness-assy Feed 2 (pl 3.2.13)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.13 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2 (PL 3.2.13) 5)-2 5)-1 Leg_Sec03_172FB 3 - 84...
  • Page 183 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.13 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2 (PL 3.2.13) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Release a clamp that fixes harness of HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2 (PL 3.2.13). Remove connector (P/J436) on PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 3.2.12).
  • Page 184: Rrp3.14 Housing Assy Feed (pl 3.3.1)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.14 HOUSING ASSY FEED (PL 3.3.1) 9)-1 9)-1 5)-1 5)-2 9)-2 8)-2 8)-2 8)-1 8)-1 Leg_Sec03_173FB 3 - 86...
  • Page 185 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.14 HOUSING ASSY FEED (PL 3.3.1) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250. (RRP 3.5) Release a hook of GEAR FEED (PL 3.2.4) fixed to the shaft of HOUSING ASSY FEED (PL 3.2.14) and remove GEAR FEED.
  • Page 186: Rrp3.15 Photo Sensor: No Paper (pl 3.3.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.15 PHOTO SENSOR: NO PAPER (PL 3.3.4) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 8)-1 8)-2 [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_033FB 3 - 88...
  • Page 187 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.15 PHOTO SENSOR: NO PAPER (PL 3.3.4) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250. (RRP 3.5) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
  • Page 188: Rrp3.16 Actuator No Paper Cst (pl 3.3.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.16 ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST (PL 3.3.5) 6)-1 6)-2 Leg_Sec03_206FA 3 - 90...
  • Page 189 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.16 ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST (PL 3.3.5) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 9)-2 9)-1 [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_034FB 3 - 91...
  • Page 190 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.16 ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST (PL 3.3.5) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250. (RRP 3.5) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
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  • Page 192: Rrp3.17 Actuator (pl 3.3.7)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.17 ACTUATOR (PL 3.3.7) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [NOTE] Leg_Sec03_035FB 3 - 94...
  • Page 193 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.17 ACTUATOR (PL 3.3.7) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250. (RRP 3.5) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
  • Page 194: Rrp3.18 Photo Sensor: T/r (pl 3.3.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.18 PHOTO SENSOR: T/R (PL 3.3.4) 9)-1 9)-2 Leg_Sec03_036FB 3 - 96...
  • Page 195 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.18 PHOTO SENSOR: T/R (PL 3.3.4) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250. (RRP 3.5) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
  • Page 196: Rrp3.19 Roll Assy Feed (pl 3.3.11)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.19 ROLL ASSY FEED (PL 3.3.11) 8)-2 8)-1 8)-1 8)-2 11)-2 11)-1 10)-1 10)-2 Leg_Sec03_037FB 3 - 98...
  • Page 197 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.19 ROLL ASSY FEED (PL 3.3.11) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 3.7) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED 250. (RRP 3.5) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
  • Page 198: Rrp3.20 Separator Assembly (pl 3.2.25)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.20 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 3.2.25) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 11)-3 11)-1 11)-1 11)-2 9)-3 9)-1 9)-1 9)-2 [NOTE] [NOTE] Leg_Sec03_174FB 3 - 100...
  • Page 199 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.20 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 3.2.25) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 200 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.20 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 3.2.25) [Replacement] Try not to break the boss of SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY when carrying out the work shown below. Match SPRING RETARD (PL 3.2.26) to the boss of CHUTE ASSY 250, and depress the boss part on both sides of SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY.
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  • Page 202: Rrp3.21 Stopper Cst R (pl 3.2.32)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.21 STOPPER CST R (PL 3.2.32) Leg_Sec03_175FA 3 - 104...
  • Page 203 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.21 STOPPER CST R (PL 3.2.32) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 204: Rrp3.22 Guide Cst R 250 (pl 3.2.33)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.22 GUIDE CST R 250 (PL 3.2.33) Leg_Sec03_176FB 3 - 106...
  • Page 205 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.22 GUIDE CST R 250 (PL 3.2.33) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 206: Rrp3.23 Guide Cst L 250 (pl 3.2.34)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.23 GUIDE CST L 250 (PL 3.2.34) 12)-1 12)-2 Leg_Sec03_177FB 3 - 108...
  • Page 207 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.23 GUIDE CST L 250 (PL 3.2.34) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 208: Rrp3.24 Stopper Cst L (pl 3.2.35)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.24 STOPPER CST L (PL 3.2.35) Leg_Sec03_178FA 3 - 110...
  • Page 209 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.24 STOPPER CST L (PL 3.2.35) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 210: Rrp3.25 Snr Cst (pl 3.2.36)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.25 SNR CST (PL 3.2.36) 10)-1 10)-2 Leg_Sec03_179FB 3 - 112...
  • Page 211 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.25 SNR CST (PL 3.2.36) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 212: Rrp3.26 Chute Assy Retard 250 (reference Only)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.26 CHUTE ASSY RETARD 250 (REFERENCE ONLY) Leg_Sec03_180FB 3 - 114...
  • Page 213 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.26 CHUTE ASSY RETARD 250 (REFERENCE ONLY) Leg_Sec03_208FA 3 - 115...
  • Page 214 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.26 CHUTE ASSY RETARD 250 (REFERENCE ONLY) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
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  • Page 216: Rrp3.27 Film Assy Fdr (pl 3.2.42)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.27 FILM ASSY FDR (PL 3.2.42) Leg_Sec03_209FA 3 - 118...
  • Page 217 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP3.27 FILM ASSY FDR (PL 3.2.42) [Removal] Remove 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 2.1) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 3.4) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 3.2) Remove 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.3) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 218: Rrp4. Msi

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4. MSI RRP4.1 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.1) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 10)-1 NOTE 10)-2 eg_Sec03_617 A 3 - 120...
  • Page 219 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.1 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.1) [2)-1] [2)-2] [3)] [1)] [NOTE] Leg_Sec03_507FA 3 - 121...
  • Page 220 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.1 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.1) [Removal] Remove OPTION PAPER FEEDER ASSY for OPTION PAPER FEEDER specification. (RRP 3.1) Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U.
  • Page 221 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.1 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.1) [Replacement] When carrying out the work shown below, take care not to allow the cable tie which bundles the harness of HARNESS-ASSY P/H 1 to be caught in the hole or the like in the main body.
  • Page 222: Rrp4.2 Multipurpose Roller (pl 4.1.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.2 MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER (PL 4.1.6) 2)-1 2)-2 Leg_Sec03_608LA 3 - 124...
  • Page 223 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.2 MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER (PL 4.1.6) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Release the hook of the right side of the CORE (PL 4.1.5) that fixed to SHAFT ASSY MSI (PL 4.1.6) and move it to the right side. Move MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER (PL 4.1.6) to right side, remove fitting groove of MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER from pin of SHAFT ASSY MSI and remove MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER from SHAFT ASSY MSI.
  • Page 224: Rrp4.3 Chute Msi (pl 4.1.7)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.3 CHUTE MSI (PL 4.1.7) 2)-1 2)-2 Leg_Sec03_044LA 3 - 126...
  • Page 225 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.3 CHUTE MSI (PL 4.1.7) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Depress CHUTE MSI (PL 4.1.7), pull out the right side boss of CHUTE MSI from the right side hole in MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.1) and remove CHUTE MSI. [Replacement] After placing the left side boss of CHUTE MSI in the left side hole in MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY, depress CHUTE MSI and place it in right side boss of CHUTE MSI.
  • Page 226: Rrp4.4 Side Guide Gear (pl4.1.9), Left Side Guide (pl 4.1.10)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.4 SIDE GUIDE GEAR (PL4.1.9), LEFT SIDE GUIDE (PL 4.1.10), RIGHT SIDE GUIDE (PL 4.1.11) 2)-2 2)-1 2)-1 2)-1 Leg_Sec03_045LA 3 - 128...
  • Page 227: Right Side Guide (pl 4.1.11)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.4 SIDE GUIDE GEAR (PL4.1.9), LEFT SIDE GUIDE (PL 4.1.10), RIGHT SIDE GUIDE (PL 4.1.11) 5)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_046LA 3 - 129...
  • Page 228 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.4 SIDE GUIDE GEAR (PL4.1.9), LEFT SIDE GUIDE (PL 4.1.10), RIGHT SIDE GUIDE (PL 4.1.11) [Removal] Open MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER (PL 1.1.12). Release the hook that fix center hole of GUIDE SIDE COVER (PL 4.1.8), release the hooks at right and left of GUIDE SIDE COVER (PL 4.1.8) from the holes in FRAME ASSY BOTTOM (PL 4.1.18) and remove GUIDE SIDE COVER.
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  • Page 230: Rrp4.5 Plate Bottom Assy Msi (pl 4.1.13)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.5 PLATE BOTTOM ASSY MSI (PL 4.1.13) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 11)-1 10)-2 10)-1 11)-2 [NOTE] [2)] Leg_Sec03_047FB 3 - 132...
  • Page 231 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.5 PLATE BOTTOM ASSY MSI (PL 4.1.13) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 232: Rrp4.6 Separator Assembly (pl 4.1.15)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.6 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.15) 5)-1 3)-2 5)-2 3)-1 5)-2 3)-1 5)-1 3)-2 Leg_Sec03_508LA 3 - 134...
  • Page 233 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.6 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.15) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 6)-2 6)-1 6)-1 [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_609LA 3 - 135...
  • Page 234 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.6 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.15) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove CHUTE MSI. (RRP 4.3) Release the hooks on both side of PAPER GUIDE (PL 4.1.25) that fixed to SHAFT ASSY MSI (PL 4.1.4), shift each PAPER GUIDE to the outside.
  • Page 235 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 137...
  • Page 236: Rrp4.7 Plate Assy Retard (pl 4.1.16)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.7 PLATE ASSY RETARD (PL 4.1.16) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 5)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_610LA 3 - 138...
  • Page 237 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.7 PLATE ASSY RETARD (PL 4.1.16) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [1)] [2)-1] [2)-1] [2)-2] Leg_Sec03_509LA 3 - 139...
  • Page 238 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.7 PLATE ASSY RETARD (PL 4.1.16) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove CHUTE MSI. (RRP 4.3) Remove MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER. (RRP 4.2) Remove SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY. (RRP 4.6) Try not to bend PLATE ASSY RETARD when carrying out the work shown below. Depress PLATE ASSY RETARD (PL 4.1.16), remove right and left hole parts from the boss of FRAME ASSY BOTTOM (PL 4.1.18) and remove PLATE ASSY RETARD.
  • Page 239 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 141...
  • Page 240: Rrp4.8 Solenoid Pick Up (pl 4.1.20)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.8 SOLENOID PICK UP (PL 4.1.20) 7)-1 7)-2 8)-2 8)-1 Leg_Sec03_050FB 3 - 142...
  • Page 241 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.8 SOLENOID PICK UP (PL 4.1.20) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 242: Rrp4.9 Photo Sensor (pl 4.1.21)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.9 PHOTO SENSOR (PL 4.1.21) 7)-1 7)-2 Leg_Sec03_051FB 3 - 144...
  • Page 243 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.9 PHOTO SENSOR (PL 4.1.21) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 244: Rrp4.10 Actuator (pl 4.1.22)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.10 ACTUATOR (PL 4.1.22) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. Leg_Sec03_052FB 3 - 146...
  • Page 245 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.10 ACTUATOR (PL 4.1.22) 11)-1 11)-2 [2)] NOTE Leg_Sec03_053FB 3 - 147...
  • Page 246 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.10 ACTUATOR (PL 4.1.22) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 247 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 149...
  • Page 248: Rrp4.11 Multipurpose Roller Assembly (pl 4.1.24)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.11 MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.24) NOTE NOTE Leg_Sec03_054FB 3 - 150...
  • Page 249 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.11 MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.24) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 250 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.11 MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.24) [Replacement] When carrying out the work shown below, PAPER GUIDE (PL 4.1.25) must be attached in a way that its paper holding section is facing down. After inserting the left side of the shaft section of MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.24) into the bearing section on the left side of KIT-MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 4.1.1), shift MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER ASSEMBLY to the right and attach MULTIPURPOSE ROLLER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 251 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 153...
  • Page 252: Rrp4.12 Oil Damper (pl 4.1.26)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.12 OIL DAMPER (PL 4.1.26) 7)-1 7)-2 Leg_Sec03_200FA 3 - 154...
  • Page 253 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP4.12 OIL DAMPER (PL 4.1.26) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER, COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 254: Rrp5. Ph Assy

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5. PH ASSY RRP5.1 REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 5.1.2) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 2)-2 2)-1 [1)] Leg_Sec03_611LA 3 - 156...
  • Page 255 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.1 REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 5.1.2) [Removal] Open REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 5.1.2). Try not to break the boss of REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY when carrying out the work shown below. Depress the fitting part of the right side on REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY using the mini screwdriver, remove the boss of the right side from the hole of FRAME-PH (PL 5.2.10) and remove REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 256: Rrp5.2 Chute-rear Up (pl 5.1.3), Chute-rear Low (pl 5.1.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.2 CHUTE-REAR UP (PL 5.1.3), CHUTE-REAR LOW (PL 5.1.4) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 3)-2 [1)] 3)-1 [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_056FB 3 - 158...
  • Page 257 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.2 CHUTE-REAR UP (PL 5.1.3), CHUTE-REAR LOW (PL 5.1.4) [Removal] Remove REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.1) Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix CHUTE-REAR LOW (PL 5.1.4) to CHUTE-REAR UP (PL 5.1.3). Release the concave of CHUTE-REAR LOW from the convex of CHUTE-REAR UP, and remove CHUTE-REAR LOW from CHUTE-REAR UP.
  • Page 258: Rrp5.3 Vertical Transport Assembly (pl 5.2.1)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.3 VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. Leg_Sec03_612LA 3 - 160...
  • Page 259 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.3 VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) [2)-1] [2)-2] Leg_Sec03_510LA 3 - 161...
  • Page 260 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.3 VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) [Removal] Open REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 5.1.2). Remove COVER-PH for the standard specification. (RRP 5.15) Close REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY. The main unit and VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY are connected with harness, so they should not be set far apart when carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 261 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 163...
  • Page 262: Rrp5.4 Clutch Assy Ph: Regi (pl 5.2.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.4 CLUTCH ASSY PH: REGI (PL 5.2.2) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [3)-2] [3)-1] Leg_Sec03_058FB 3 - 164...
  • Page 263 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.4 CLUTCH ASSY PH: REGI (PL 5.2.2) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MOTOR-PH. (RRP 5.11) Remove GEAR ASSY DRIVE. (RRP 5.14) When carrying out the work shown below, leave the relay connector on the harness side. Remove connector (P/J203) of CLUTCH ASSY PH: REGI (PL 5.2.2) and remove harness of CLUTCH ASSY PH: REGI from the groove of VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 264: Rrp5.5 Roll-regi (pl 5.2.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.5 ROLL-REGI (PL 5.2.4) 6)-1 6)-2 Leg_Sec03_059FB 3 - 166...
  • Page 265 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.5 ROLL-REGI (PL 5.2.4) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.1) Remove MOTOR-PH. (RRP 5.11) Remove GEAR ASSY DRIVE. (RRP 5.14) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH: REGI. (RRP 5.4) Remove two E rings that fix GEAR-REGI (PL 5.2.6) from VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) and remove two GEAR-REGIs.
  • Page 266: Rrp5.6 Roll Assy-regi (pl 5.2.8)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.6 ROLL ASSY-REGI (PL 5.2.8) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [NOTE] [NOTE] 7)-2 7)-1 6)-2 6)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_060FB 5)-1 3 - 168...
  • Page 267 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.6 ROLL ASSY-REGI (PL 5.2.8) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MOTOR-PH. (RRP 5.11) Remove GEAR ASSY DRIVE. (RRP 5.14) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH: REGI. (RRP 5.4) Remove E ring that fixes GEAR-REGI (PL 5.2.6) on ROLL ASSY-REGI (PL 5.2.8) from VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) and remove GEAR-REGI.
  • Page 268: Rrp5.7 Roll Assy-pre Regi (pl 5.2.12)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.7 ROLL ASSY-PRE REGI (PL 5.2.12) Leg_Sec03_061FB 3 - 170...
  • Page 269 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.7 ROLL ASSY-PRE REGI (PL 5.2.12) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.1) Remove MOTOR-PH. (RRP 5.11) Remove GEAR ASSY DRIVE. (RRP 5.14) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH: PRE REGI. (RRP 5.12) Remove E ring that fixes the right side of shaft of ROLL ASSY-PRE REGI (PL 5.2.12) from VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1).
  • Page 270: Rrp5.8 Sensor (pl 5.2.16)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.8 SENSOR (PL 5.2.16) Leg_Sec03_062FB 3 - 172...
  • Page 271 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.8 SENSOR (PL 5.2.16) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fixes BRACKET-SENSOR OHP (PL 5.2.15) to VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1). VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY and BRACKET-SENSOR OHP are connected with harness, so they should not be set far apart when carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 272: Rrp5.9 Actuator-regi (pl 5.2.18)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.9 ACTUATOR-REGI (PL 5.2.18) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [ NOTE ] [3)] Leg_Sec03_064FB 3 - 174...
  • Page 273 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.9 ACTUATOR-REGI (PL 5.2.18) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove left side shaft of ACTUATOR-REGI (PL 5.2.18) from hook of VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1). Pull out the right shaft of ACTUATOR-REGI from the hole in VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY, and remove ACTUATOR-REGI together with SPRING-ACTUATOR (PL 5.2.17).
  • Page 274: Rrp5.10 Photo Sensor (pl 5.2.19)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.10 PHOTO SENSOR (PL 5.2.19) 4)-2 4)-1 Leg_Sec03_065FB 3 - 176...
  • Page 275 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.10 PHOTO SENSOR (PL 5.2.19) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MOTOR-PH. (RRP 5.11) Remove GEAR ASSY DRIVE. (RRP 5.14) Release the three hooks that fix PHOTO SENSOR to VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) and remove PHOTO SENSOR.
  • Page 276: Rrp5.11 Motor-ph (pl 5.2.20)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.11 MOTOR-PH (PL 5.2.20) 2)-1 2)-2 2)-1 Leg_Sec03_066FB 3 - 178...
  • Page 277 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.11 MOTOR-PH (PL 5.2.20) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Release the two hooks that fix COVER-HARNESS to VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) and remove COVER-HARNESS. Release a clamp on GEAR ASSY DRIVE (PL 5.2.24), and remove the harness of MOTOR-PH (PL 5.2.20) from the groove of VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 278: Rrp5.12 Clutch Assy Ph: Pre Regi (pl 5.2.22)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.12 CLUTCH ASSY PH: PRE REGI (PL 5.2.22) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [4)] Leg_Sec03_067FB 3 - 180...
  • Page 279 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.12 CLUTCH ASSY PH: PRE REGI (PL 5.2.22) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MOTOR-PH. (RRP 5.11) Remove GEAR ASSY DRIVE. (RRP 5.14) Remove connector (P/J202) of CLUTCH ASSY PH: PRE REGI (PL 5.2.22) and remove harness of CLUTCH ASSY PH: PRE REGI from the groove of VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 280: Rrp5.13 Fuser Chute Interlock (pl 5.2.23)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.13 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 5.2.23) 4)-1 4)-2 Leg_Sec03_068FB 3 - 182...
  • Page 281 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.13 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 5.2.23) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove REAR CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.1) Remove the connector (P/J100) of FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 5.2.23). Release the two hooks that fix FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK to VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1) and remove FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK.
  • Page 282: Rrp5.14 Gear Assy Drive (pl 5.2.24)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.14 GEAR ASSY DRIVE (PL 5.2.24) Leg_Sec03_069FB 3 - 184...
  • Page 283 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP5.14 GEAR ASSY DRIVE (PL 5.2.24) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove MOTOR-PH. (RRP 5.11) Release the clamp on GEAR ASSY DRIVE (PL 5.2.24), and remove the harness. Remove the two screws (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix GEAR ASSY DRIVE to VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY (PL 5.2.1).
  • Page 284: Rrp6. Transfer

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6. TRANSFER RRP6.1 FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.1), BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER (PL 6.1.13) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. Leg_Sec03_629LA 3 - 186...
  • Page 285 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.1 FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.1), BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER (PL 6.1.13) 9)-2 9)-1 9)-1 Leg_Sec03_149FB 3 - 187...
  • Page 286 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.1 FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.1), BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER (PL 6.1.13) [8)] [7)] [6)] Leg_Sec03_630LA 3 - 188...
  • Page 287 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.1 FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.1), BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER (PL 6.1.13) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (PPR 1.10) Release the clamp that fixes the harness of BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER (PL 6.1.13), remove the harness. When carrying out the work shown below, leave the relay connector on the harness side.
  • Page 288: Rrp6.2 Sensor Jam 2 (pl 6.1.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.2 SENSOR JAM 2 (PL 6.1.3) NOTE Leg_Sec03_144FB Leg_Sec03_145FB 3 - 190...
  • Page 289 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.2 SENSOR JAM 2 (PL 6.1.3) [Removal] Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 6.1) Remove two screws (silver, with a washer, tap, 8mm) that fix DIODE (PL 6.1.28) to FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.1). Remove DIODE from FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 290: Rrp6.3 Bias Transfer Roll(btr) Frame Assembly (pl 6.1.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.3 BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) FRAME ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.5) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. NOTE ] NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_631LA 3 - 192...
  • Page 291 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.3 BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) FRAME ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.5) 8)-2 8)-1 [3)] [1)] eg_Sec03_632 A 3 - 193...
  • Page 292 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.3 BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) FRAME ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.5) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER. (RRP 6.1) Remove 2ND BTR ASSY. (RRP 6.4) Remove PLATE BIAS-2ND ASSY.
  • Page 293 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 195...
  • Page 294: Rrp6.4 2nd Btr Assy (pl 6.1.10)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.4 2ND BTR ASSY (PL 6.1.10) NOTE 5)-2 5)-3 5)-1 Leg_Sec03_070FB 3 - 196...
  • Page 295 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.4 2ND BTR ASSY (PL 6.1.10) [Removal] Open COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Open TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove IBT (PL 7.1.1). When carrying out the work shown below, push LATCH ROTARY (PL 9.1.3) of DEVELOPER LATCH ASSEMBLY (PL 9.1.1) to release the latch, turn DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLY(PL 9.2.9) manually, move HOUSING ASSY-DEVE, and avoid your hand or arm being stained by the toner of MAG ROLL.
  • Page 296: Rrp6.5 Cam Assy-2nd (pl 6.1.11)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.5 CAM ASSY-2ND (PL 6.1.11) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 8)-1 8)-1 7)-2 7)-1 NOTE NOTE 8)-2 [ NOTE ] [ NOTE ] eg_Sec03_633 A 3 - 198...
  • Page 297 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.5 CAM ASSY-2ND (PL 6.1.11) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER. (RRP 6.1) Remove 2ND BTR ASSY. (RRP 6.4) It is not necessary to remove WIRE ASSY 2BTR (PL 6.1.30) from PLATE BIAS-2ND ASSY (PL 6.1.23) when carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 298: Rrp6.7 Fuser Chute Interlock (pl 6.1.15)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.7 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 6.1.15) 5)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_071FB 3 - 200...
  • Page 299 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.7 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 6.1.15) [Removal] Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER. (RRP 6.1) Remove the connector (P/J113) of FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 6.1.15). Remove a screw (silver, tap, 6mm) that fixes BRACKET-SWITCH 2ND (PL 6.1.14) to COVER- RR 2ND (PL 6.1.16).
  • Page 300: Rrp6.8 Automatic Density Control(adc) Sensor Assembly (pl 6.1.18)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.8 AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL(ADC) SENSOR ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.18) eg_Sec03_634 A 3 - 202...
  • Page 301 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.8 AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL(ADC) SENSOR ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.18) [Removal] Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER. (RRP 6.1) Remove two screws (silver, with a washer, tap, 8mm) that fix AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL(ADC) SENSOR ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.18) to the main unit. AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL(ADC) SENSOR ASSEMBLY is connected to the main unit with harness, so they should not be set far apart when carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 302: Rrp6.9 Photo Sensor: 2btr Retract (pl 6.1.19)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.9 PHOTO SENSOR: 2BTR RETRACT (PL 6.1.19) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 6)-2 6)-1 [ NOTE ] eg_Sec03_635 A 3 - 204...
  • Page 303 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.9 PHOTO SENSOR: 2BTR RETRACT (PL 6.1.19) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER. (RRP 6.1) Remove the connector (P/J112) of PHOTO SENSOR: 2BTR RETRACT. Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fixes BRACKET-PHOTO SENSOR (PL 6.1.35) to the main unit.
  • Page 304: Rrp6.10 Photo Sensor: Ibt Retract (pl 6.1.19)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.10 PHOTO SENSOR: IBT RETRACT (PL 6.1.19) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 5)-1 5)-2 [NOTE] Leg_Sec03_074FB 3 - 206...
  • Page 305 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.10 PHOTO SENSOR: IBT RETRACT (PL 6.1.19) [Removal] Remove COVER INNER U. (RRP 1.14) Remove the connector (P/J107) of PHOTO SENSOR: IBT RETRACT (PL 6.1.19). Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, 6mm) that fix BRACKET-SENSOR CLN (PL 6.1.37) to the main unit.
  • Page 306: Rrp6.11 Plate Bias-2nd Assy (pl 6.1.23)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.11 PLATE BIAS-2ND ASSY (PL 6.1.23) 6)-2 6)-1 eg_Sec03_636 A 3 - 208...
  • Page 307 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.11 PLATE BIAS-2ND ASSY (PL 6.1.23) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER. (RRP 6.1) Remove 2ND BTR ASSY. (RRP 6.4) Remove the two screws (silver, tap, 6mm) that fix PLATE BIAS-2ND ASSY (PL 6.1.23) to the main unit.
  • Page 308: Rrp6.12 Ibt Cam Assembly (pl 6.1.24)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.12 IBT CAM ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.24) Leg_Sec03_075FB 3 - 210...
  • Page 309 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP6.12 IBT CAM ASSEMBLY (PL 6.1.24) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove COVER INNER U. (RRP 1.14) Remove PWBA MCU. (RRP 12.6) It is not necessary to remove PHOTO SENSOR: IBT RETRACT (PL 6.1.19) from BRACKET-SENSOR CLN (PL 6.1.37) when carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 310: Rrp7. Xero

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7. XERO RRP7.1 IBT SENSOR (PL 7.1.2) Leg_Sec03_076FB 3 - 212...
  • Page 311 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.1 IBT SENSOR (PL 7.1.2) [Removal] Open COVER FRONT-U (PL 1.1.14). Open TOP COVER (PL 1.1.1). Remove IBT (PL 7.1.1). Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, 10mm) that fixes IBT SENSOR (PL 7.1.2) to PLATE- TR-0 (PL 7.1.3).
  • Page 312: Rrp7.2 Left Ibt Guide Assembly (pl 7.1.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.2 LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.4) Leg_Sec03_077FB 3 - 214...
  • Page 313 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.2 LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.4) Leg_Sec03_078FB 3 - 215...
  • Page 314 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.2 LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.4) [Removal] Remove 2ND BTR ASSY. (RRP 6.4) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove PWBA MCU. (RRP 12.6) It is not necessary to remove the connector of ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARDwhen carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 315 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 217...
  • Page 316: Rrp7.3 Antenna Assy (pl 7.1.10)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.3 ANTENNA ASSY (PL 7.1.10) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 7)-2 7)-1 [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_079FB 3 - 218...
  • Page 317 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.3 ANTENNA ASSY (PL 7.1.10) 8)-1 Leg_Sec03_080FB 8)-2 3 - 219...
  • Page 318 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.3 ANTENNA ASSY (PL 7.1.10) [Removal] Remove 2ND BTR ASSY. (RRP 6.4) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove PWBA MCU. (RRP 12.6) Remove CHASSIS ASSY ESS. (RRP 12.10) Remove LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 7.2) Release hook that fixes ARM-COUPLING (PL 7.1.7) to LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.4) and remove ARM-COUPLING from the shaft of LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY together with SPRING-TORSION ARM (PL 7.1.8).
  • Page 319 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 221...
  • Page 320: Rrp7.4 Right Ibt Guide Assembly (pl 7.1.12)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.4 RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.12) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. Leg_Sec03_081FB 3 - 222...
  • Page 321 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.4 RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.12) [ NOTE ] eg_Sec03_618 A 3 - 223...
  • Page 322 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.4 RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.12) 12)-1 12)-2 eg_Sec03_619 A 3 - 224...
  • Page 323 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.4 RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.12) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove 2ND BTR ASSY. (RRP 6.4) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove BCR CLEANING ASSEMBLY. (RRP 7.5) Remove IBT SENSOR. (RRP 7.1) Remove the two screws (silver, with a flange, tap, 6mm) that fix PLATE-TR-0 (PL 7.1.3) to LEFT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.4) and RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.12).
  • Page 324 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.4 RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.12) [Replacement] Match the boss and the convex of RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY to the hole in the main unit and attach RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY. Fix RIGHT IBT GUIDE ASSEMBLY to the main unit using the six screws (silver, with a flange, tap, 6mm).
  • Page 325 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 227...
  • Page 326: Rrp7.5 Bcr Cleaning Assembly (pl 7.1.19)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.5 BCR CLEANING ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.19) Leg_Sec03_620LA 3 - 228...
  • Page 327 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.5 BCR CLEANING ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.19) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) When carrying out the work shown below, leave the relay connector on the harness side. Remove the connector (P/J617) of BCR CLEANING ASSEMBLY (PL 7.1.19) at the right side of the main unit.
  • Page 328: Rrp7.7 Sensor Tner Full (pl 7.1.30)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.7 SENSOR TNER FULL (PL 7.1.30) 3)-1 3)-1 3)-2 Leg_Sec03_183LA 3 - 230...
  • Page 329 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP7.7 SENSOR TNER FULL (PL 7.1.30) [Removal] Remove VERTICAL TRANSPORT ASSEMBLY. (RRP 5.3) Remove connector (P/J126) of SENSOR TNER FULL (PL 7.1.30). Release two hooks that fixes SENSOR TNER FULL to the main unit and remove SENSOR TNER FULL.
  • Page 330: Rrp8. Ros

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP8. ROS RRP8.1 PRINT HEAD ASSEMBLY (PL 8.1.1) 12)-1 12)-2 FRONT REAR eg_Sec03_621 A 3 - 232...
  • Page 331 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP8.1 PRINT HEAD ASSEMBLY (PL 8.1.1) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove COVER INNER L.
  • Page 332: Rrp8.2 Cleaner (pl 8.1.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP8.2 CLEANER (PL 8.1.2) eg_Sec03_622 A 3 - 234...
  • Page 333 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP8.2 CLEANER (PL 8.1.2) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, 10mm) that fix GUIDE-ROS CLN (PL 8.1.3) to the main unit. Remove GUIDE-ROS CLN from the main unit. Remove CLEANER (PL 8.1.2) from the main unit.
  • Page 334: Rrp9. Deve

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9. DEVE RRP9.1 DEVELOPER LATCH ASSEMBLY (PL 9.1.1) 7)-1 7)-2 Leg_Sec03_088LA 3 - 236...
  • Page 335 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.1 DEVELOPER LATCH ASSEMBLY (PL 9.1.1) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY.
  • Page 336: Rrp9.2 Toner Cartridge Sensor (pl 9.1.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.2 TONER CARTRIDGE SENSOR (PL 9.1.6) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [3)] 7)-2 7)-1 7)-1 eg_Sec03_623 A 3 - 238...
  • Page 337 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.2 TONER CARTRIDGE SENSOR (PL 9.1.6) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove ANTENNA CTRG.
  • Page 338: Rrp9.3 Antenna Ctrg (pl 9.1.10)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.3 ANTENNA CTRG (PL 9.1.10) 3)-2 3)-1 Leg_Sec03_091FB 3 - 240...
  • Page 339 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.3 ANTENNA CTRG (PL 9.1.10) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove connector (P/J106) of ANTENNA CTRG (PL 9.1.10). Release two hooks that fixes ANTENNA CTRG to TONER CARTRIDGE SENSOR (PL 9.1.6) and remove ANTENNA CTRG.
  • Page 340: Rrp9.4 Holder Assy-bias (pl 9.1.11)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.4 HOLDER ASSY-BIAS (PL 9.1.11) 3)-2 3)-1 eg_Sec03_624 A 3 - 242...
  • Page 341 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.4 HOLDER ASSY-BIAS (PL 9.1.11) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove WIRE ASSY DEVE (PL 9.1.14) connected to HOLDER ASSY-BIAS (PL 9.1.11). Release hook of HOLDER ASSY-BIAS to move it to bottom side of the main unit, match the convex of HOLDER ASSY-BIAS to the notched of the main unit and remove HOLDER ASSY- BIAS.
  • Page 342: Rrp9.5 Photo Sensor (pl 9.1.12)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.5 PHOTO SENSOR (PL 9.1.12) 6)-2 6)-1 Leg_Sec03_093LA 3 - 244...
  • Page 343 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.5 PHOTO SENSOR (PL 9.1.12) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY. (RRP 12.7) Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, 6mm) that fixes BRACKET SENSOR (PL 9.1.13) to the main unit.
  • Page 344: Rrp9.6 Developer Housing,black (pl 9.2.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.6 DEVELOPER HOUSING,BLACK (PL 9.2.5), DEVELOPER HOUSING, YELLOW (PL 9.2.6), DEVELOPER HOUSING,MAGENTA (PL 9.2.7), DEVELOPER HOUSING,CYAN (PL 9.2.8) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 8)-2 8)-1 Leg_Sec03_625LA 3 - 246...
  • Page 345 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.6 DEVELOPER HOUSING,BLACK (PL 9.2.5), DEVELOPER HOUSING, YELLOW (PL 9.2.6), DEVELOPER HOUSING,MAGENTA (PL 9.2.7), DEVELOPER HOUSING,CYAN (PL 9.2.8) 9)-2 10)-2 9)-1 10)-1 [ NOTE ] [NOTE] Leg_Sec03_626LA 3 - 247...
  • Page 346 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.6 DEVELOPER HOUSING,BLACK (PL 9.2.5), DEVELOPER HOUSING, YELLOW (PL 9.2.6), DEVELOPER HOUSING,MAGENTA (PL 9.2.7), DEVELOPER HOUSING,CYAN (PL 9.2.8) [Removal] When removing the toner cartridge, place a few sheets of copy paper on COVER FRONT-U to prevent contamination by toner.
  • Page 347 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.6 DEVELOPER HOUSING,BLACK (PL 9.2.5), DEVELOPER HOUSING, YELLOW (PL 9.2.6), DEVELOPER HOUSING,MAGENTA (PL 9.2.7), DEVELOPER HOUSING,CYAN (PL 9.2.8) [Replacement] A hole is provided to the extrusion of DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLYto prevent from incorrect insertion of HOUSING ASSY-DEVE. K, Y, M and C are marked on DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLYin different colors to indicate attachment positions of HOUSING ASSY-DEVE.
  • Page 348: Rrp9.7 Developer Rotor Frame Assembly(pl 9.2.9)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.7 DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLY(PL 9.2.9) Leg_Sec03_096FB 3 - 250...
  • Page 349 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.7 DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLY(PL 9.2.9) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove TOP COVER. (RRP 1.1) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove PWBA MCU.
  • Page 350 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.7 DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLY(PL 9.2.9) [Replacement] Attach BEARING BALL (PL 9.2.14) to DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLY(PL 9.2.9). Match DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLYto the fitting place so that its gear part comes to the left side and attach it. Place the shaft of SHAFT ASSY-ROTARY in the hole of DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLYand fix DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLYto the main unit.
  • Page 351 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 253...
  • Page 352: Rrp9.8 Cover Rotary Bottom (pl 9.2.13)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.8 COVER ROTARY BOTTOM (PL 9.2.13) 27)-2 27)-1 27)-1 Leg_Sec03_267LA 3 - 254...
  • Page 353 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.8 COVER ROTARY BOTTOM (PL 9.2.13) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove TOP COVER. (RRP 1.1) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove COVER INNER L.
  • Page 354 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP9.8 COVER ROTARY BOTTOM (PL 9.2.13) [Replacement] Align the two hooks at the left and right of COVER ROTARY BOTTOM to the holes of the main unit, and attach COVER ROTARY BOTTOM. Fix COVER ROTARY BOTTOM to the main unit using the two screws (silver, with a flange, 10mm).
  • Page 355 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) Blank Page 3 - 257...
  • Page 356: Rrp10.fuser

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP10.FUSER RRP10.1 FUSER (PL 10.1.1) 2)-1 2)-1 2)-2 eg_Sec03_613 A 3 - 258...
  • Page 357 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP10.1 FUSER (PL 10.1.1) FUSER part is very hot, so pay sufficient attention at work to avoid burns, etc. [Removal] Open FUSER COVER (PL 1.1.6). Raise levers on both sides of FUSER (PL 10.1.1) to release lock and remove FUSER. [Replacement] Match connector and boss part on FUSER side to connector and hole on main unit side and attach FUSER.
  • Page 358: Rrp10.2 Fuser Lock Switch (pl 10.1.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP10.2 FUSER LOCK SWITCH (PL 10.1.6) 5)-1 5)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_637LA 3 - 260...
  • Page 359 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP10.2 FUSER LOCK SWITCH (PL 10.1.6) [Removal] Remove FUSER. (RRP 10.1) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove FUSER CHUTE ASSEMBLY, BIAS TRANSFER ROLL(BTR) COVER. (RRP 6.1) When carrying out the work shown below, leave the relay connector on the harness side. Remove the connector (P/J128, blue) of FUSER LOCK SWITCH (PL 10.1.2).
  • Page 360: Rrp11.drive

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.DRIVE RRP11.1 DRIVE ASSY BTR (PL 11.1.1) eg_Sec03_638 A 3 - 262...
  • Page 361 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.1 DRIVE ASSY BTR (PL 11.1.1) [Removal] Remove COVER-ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove TOP COVER. (RRP 1.1) Remove 2ND BTR ASSY. (RRP 6.4) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove PWBA MCU. (RRP 12.6) Remove CHASSIS ASSY ESS.
  • Page 362: Rrp11.2 Ibt Cleaning Drive Assembly (pl 11.1.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.2 IBT CLEANING DRIVE ASSEMBLY (PL 11.1.2) Leg_Sec03_099FB 3 - 264...
  • Page 363 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.2 IBT CLEANING DRIVE ASSEMBLY (PL 11.1.2) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove COVER INNER U. (RRP 1.14) Remove PWBA MCU. (RRP 12.6) Release harness of IBT CLEANING DRIVE ASSEMBLY (PL 11.1.2) on the left side of main unit from clamp.
  • Page 364: Rrp11.3 Fuser Drive Motor (pl 11.1.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.3 FUSER DRIVE MOTOR (PL 11.1.3) Leg_Sec03_100FB 3 - 266...
  • Page 365 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.3 FUSER DRIVE MOTOR (PL 11.1.3) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove the connector (P/J404) on MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU)(PL 12.2.4). Release the clamp that fix the harness of FUSER DRIVE MOTOR (PL 11.1.3), remove the har- ness.
  • Page 366: Rrp11.4 Developer Rotor Motor (pl 11.1.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.4 DEVELOPER ROTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.4) Leg_Sec03_101LA 3 - 268...
  • Page 367 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.4 DEVELOPER ROTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.4) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY.
  • Page 368: Rrp11.5 Development Motor (pl 11.1.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.5 DEVELOPMENT MOTOR (PL 11.1.5) Leg_Sec03_102FB 3 - 270...
  • Page 369 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.5 DEVELOPMENT MOTOR (PL 11.1.5) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) It is not necessary to remove the connector of ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARDwhen carrying out the work shown below. Remove CHASSIS ASSY ESS. (RRP 12.10) Remove connector (P/J405) and connector (P/J406) on MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU)(PL 12.2.4).
  • Page 370: Rrp11.6 Photoreceptor Motor (pl 11.1.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.6 PHOTORECEPTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.6) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [1)-1] [1)-2] Leg_Sec03_103FB 3 - 272...
  • Page 371 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.6 PHOTORECEPTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.6) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove connector (P/J200) and connector (P/J201) on PHOTORECEPTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.6). Remove four screws (silver, with a flange, 10mm) that fix PHOTORECEPTOR MOTOR to the main unit.
  • Page 372: Rrp11.7 Bias Transfer Roller(btr) Retractor Motor (pl 11.1.7)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.7 BIAS TRANSFER ROLLER(BTR) RETRACTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.7) eg_Sec03_628 A 3 - 274...
  • Page 373 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP11.7 BIAS TRANSFER ROLLER(BTR) RETRACTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.7) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Release the clamps that fixes the harness of BIAS TRANSFER ROLLER(BTR) RETRACTOR MOTOR. Remove the connector (P/J600) of BIAS TRANSFER ROLLER(BTR) RETRACTOR MOTOR (PL 11.1.7).
  • Page 374: Rrp12.elec

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.ELEC RRP12.1 HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY(HVPS) (PL 12.1.1) Leg_Sec03_105LA 3 - 276...
  • Page 375 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.1 HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY(HVPS) (PL 12.1.1) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove COVER INNER L.
  • Page 376: Rrp12.2 Rotor Control Board (pl 12.1.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.2 ROTOR CONTROL BOARD (PL 12.1.2) Leg_Sec03_106FB Leg_Sec03_106FB 3 - 278...
  • Page 377 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.2 ROTOR CONTROL BOARD (PL 12.1.2) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove connector (P/J430), connector (P/J432) and connector (P/J433) on ROTOR CONTROL BOARD (PL 12.1.2).
  • Page 378: Rrp12.3 Sensor Assy (pl 12.1.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.3 SENSOR ASSY (PL 12.1.3) Leg_Sec03_107LA 3 - 280...
  • Page 379 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.3 SENSOR ASSY (PL 12.1.3) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove connector (P/J104) on SENSOR ASSY (PL 12.1.3). Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fixes SENSOR ASSY to the main unit. Remove SENSOR ASSY from the main unit.
  • Page 380: Rrp12.4 Pwba Crum (pl 12.1.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.4 PWBA CRUM (PL 12.1.4) Leg_Sec03_108FB 3 - 282...
  • Page 381 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.4 PWBA CRUM (PL 12.1.4) [Removal] Remove COVER ASSY RH. (RRP 1.12) Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER. (RRP 1.7) Remove LOWER FRONT COVER and COVER FRONT-U. (RRP 1.8) Remove LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY. (RRP 12.7) Remove DEVELOPER ROTOR MOTOR.
  • Page 382: Rrp12.5 Electronic Sub System(ess) Controller Board (pl 12.2.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.5 ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARD (PL 12.2.2) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [3)] [1)] [2)] notch OLD PWBA ESS NEW PWBA ESS Leg_Sec03_614LA 3 - 284...
  • Page 383 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.5 ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARD (PL 12.2.2) Use the wrist strap to protect the PWB from the electrostatic. [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove the four connectors (P/J 70, P/J 71, P/J 72 and P/J 129) on ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARD(PL 12.2.2).
  • Page 384: Rrp12.6 Machine Control Unit(mcu)(pl 12.2.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.6 MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU)(PL 12.2.4) 418 422 Leg_Sec03_110LB 3 - 286...
  • Page 385 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.6 MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU)(PL 12.2.4) Removal procedures 1) to 10) and replacement procedures 6) to 15) are applicable to the case when MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU)is replaced. Use the wrist strap to protect the PWB from the electrostatic. [Removal] Execute diagnostic operation of NVM Save, and evacuate MCU data.
  • Page 386: Rrp12.7 Low/high Voltage Power Supply (pl 12.2.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.7 LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (PL 12.2.6) 502 501 (1BTR) (BCR) (DEVE) 4)-1 4)-2 Leg_Sec03_111LA 3 - 288...
  • Page 387 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.7 LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (PL 12.2.6) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove all connectors on LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (PL 12.2.6). Remove six screws (silver, with a flange, 6mm) that fix LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY to the main unit.
  • Page 388: Rrp12.9 Fuser Controller Board (pl 12.2.10)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.9 FUSER CONTROLLER BOARD (PL 12.2.10) Leg_Sec03_113FB 3 - 290...
  • Page 389 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.9 FUSER CONTROLLER BOARD (PL 12.2.10) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove CHASSIS ASSY ESS. (RRP 12.10) Remove all connectors on FUSER CONTROLLER BOARD (PL 12.2.10). Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fix FUSER CONTROLLER BOARD to the main unit.
  • Page 390: Rrp12.10 Chassis Assy Ess (reference Only)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.10 CHASSIS ASSY ESS (REFERENCE ONLY) Leg_Sec03_615LA 3 - 292...
  • Page 391 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP12.10 CHASSIS ASSY ESS (REFERENCE ONLY) [Removal] Remove LEFT COVER. (RRP 1.10) Remove the connector (P/J129 and P/J700), the connector (P/J701) and the connector (P/J702) on ELECTRONIC SUB SYSTEM(ESS) CONTROLLER BOARD(PL 12.2.2). Take out removed the connectors from the holes in CHASSIS A (PL 12.2.1). Release the clamp on CHASSIS A and remove the harness on CHASSIS ASSY ESS.
  • Page 392: Rrp14.500 Paper Cassette & 500 Paper Feeder

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.500 PAPER CASSETTE & 500 PAPER FEEDER RRP14.1 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 14.1.1) Leg_Sec03_013FB 3 - 294...
  • Page 393 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.1 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 14.1.1) [Removal] Pull out 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 14.1.1) till it stops, lift up the front side a little and remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY from 500 PAPER FEEDER. [Replacement] While lifting up the front side of 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY a little, insert it in 500 PAPER FEEDER and push it in to the end in horizontal state.
  • Page 394: Rrp14.2 Guide End Assy (pl 14.1.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.2 GUIDE END ASSY (PL 14.1.2) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [2)] Leg_Sec03_014FB 3 - 296...
  • Page 395 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.2 GUIDE END ASSY (PL 14.1.2) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove PLATE ASSY BOTTOM. (RRP 14.3) Slide GUIDE END ASSY (PL 14.1.2) to rear side, match the convex at four locations on GUIDE END ASSY to the notched of CASSETTE 500 (PL 14.1.15) and remove it upwards.
  • Page 396: Rrp14.3 Plate Assy Bottom (pl 14.1.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM (PL 14.1.3) 3)-1 3)-2 3)-2 3)-1 Leg_Sec03_015FB 3 - 298...
  • Page 397 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM (PL 14.1.3) 8)-2 8)-1 8)-1 Leg_Sec03_016FB 3 - 299...
  • Page 398 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM (PL 14.1.3) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Slide LOCK LIFT R (PL 14.1.10) and LOCK LIFT L (PL 14.1.17) to release lock. Release a hook of ROLL LINK (PL 14.1.11) fixed on the shaft of PLATE ASSY BOTTOM (PL 14.1.3) on both right and left sides, and remove ROLL LINK, LOCK LIFT R and LOCK LIFT Remove four screws (silver, tap, 6mm) that fix right and left side of PLATE ROLL STOPPER 500 (PL 14.1.9) on 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 14.1.1).
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  • Page 400: Rrp14.4 Cover Front Cst 500 (pl 14.1.14)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.4 COVER FRONT CST 500 (PL 14.1.14) 3)-1 3)-2 3)-3 Leg_Sec03_018FA 3 - 302...
  • Page 401 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.4 COVER FRONT CST 500 (PL 14.1.14) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix COVER FRONT CST 500 (PL 14.1.14) to 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY (PL 14.1.1). Relase a hook at the bottom of COVER FRONT CST 500 using a small screwdriver, lay COVER FRONT CST 500 towards front, and then release the convex at three locatins on the rear side of COVER FRONT CST 500 from the hole of 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY.
  • Page 402: Rrp14.5 500 Sheet Feeder Assembly (pl 14.2.15)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.5 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 14.2.15) Leg_Sec03_019FB 3 - 304...
  • Page 403 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.5 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 14.2.15) [Removal] Remove the main unit from 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. (RRP 3.1) Remove two SCREW JOINT FDR (PL 14.2.16) that fix 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY (PL 14.2.15).
  • Page 404: Rrp14.6 500 Sheet Feeder Left Cover (pl 14.2.1)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.6 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER (PL 14.2.1) 3)-1 3)-2 Leg_Sec03_020FB 3 - 306...
  • Page 405 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.6 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER (PL 14.2.1) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove three screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fix 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER (PL 14.2.1) to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. Spread the rear side of 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER, remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER from 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 406: Rrp14.7 500 Sheet Feeder Chute Assembly (pl 14.2.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.7 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 14.2.2) 4)-2 4)-1 Leg_Sec03_021FB 3 - 308...
  • Page 407 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.7 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 14.2.2) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove a screw (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL 14.2.2) to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. Try not to break the boss of 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY when carrying out the work shown below.
  • Page 408: Rrp14.8 500 Sheet Feeder Right Cover (pl 14.2.9)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.8 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER (PL 14.2.9) Leg_Sec03_022FB 3 - 310...
  • Page 409 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.8 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER (PL 14.2.9) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove three screws (silver, with a flange, 8mm) that fix 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER (PL 14.2.9) to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER from 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 410: Rrp14.9 Drive Assy Feed (pl 14.3.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.9 DRIVE ASSY FEED (PL 14.3.2) 5)-1 5)-2 NOTE Leg_Sec03_023FB 3 - 312...
  • Page 411 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.9 DRIVE ASSY FEED (PL 14.3.2) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) When carrying out the work shown below, leave the relay connector (P/J610) of SOLENOID FEED on the harness side.
  • Page 412: Rrp14.10 Solenoid Feed (pl 14.3.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.10 SOLENOID FEED (PL 14.3.3) Leg_Sec03_024FB 3 - 314...
  • Page 413 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.10 SOLENOID FEED (PL 14.3.3) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.9) Remove a screw (silver, 6mm) that fixes SOLENOID FEED (PL 14.3.3) to DRIVE ASSY FEED (PL 14.3.2).
  • Page 414: Rrp14.11 Clutch Assy Ph (pl 14.3.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.11 CLUTCH ASSY PH (PL 14.3.5) Leg_Sec03_025FB 3 - 316...
  • Page 415 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.11 CLUTCH ASSY PH (PL 14.3.5) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Release a clamp on DRIVE ASSY FEED (PL 14.3.2) and remove harness of CLUTCH ASSY Remove connector (P/J609) of CLUTCH ASSY PH (PL 14.3.5). Remove a KL ring that fixes CLUTCH ASSY PH to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 416: Rrp14.12 Harness-assy Feed 1 (pl 14.3.6)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.12 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (PL 14.3.6) 5)-1 5)-2 Leg_Sec03_026FB 3 - 318...
  • Page 417 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.12 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (PL 14.3.6) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.5) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Release two clamps that fixes the harness of HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (PL 14.3.6). Remove connector (P/J435) on PWBA-TRAY CONT (PL 14.3.12).
  • Page 418: Rrp14.13 Roll Assy Turn (pl 14.3.8)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.13 ROLL ASSY TURN (PL 14.3.8) Leg_Sec03_027FB 3 - 320...
  • Page 419 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.13 ROLL ASSY TURN (PL 14.3.8) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED.
  • Page 420: Rrp14.14 Fuser Chute Interlock (pl 14.3.9)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.14 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 14.3.9) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [3)] 6)-1 6)-2 Leg_Sec03_028FB 3 - 322...
  • Page 421 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.14 FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK (PL 14.3.9) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove a screw (silver, tap, 8mm) that fix CAP (PL 14.3.40) to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 422: Rrp14.15 Pwba Mot (pl 14.3.11)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.15 PWBA MOT (PL 14.3.11) Leg_Sec03_029FB 3 - 324...
  • Page 423 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.15 PWBA MOT (PL 14.3.11) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove the connector (P/J440) and the connector (P/J446) on PWBA MOT (PL 14.3.11). Remove the three screws (silver, with a flange, 6mm) that fix PWBA MOT to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 424: Rrp14.16 Pwba Tray Cont (pl 14.3.12)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.16 PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 14.3.12) Leg_Sec03_030FB 3 - 326...
  • Page 425 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.16 PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 14.3.12) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove connector (P/J435), connector (P/J436) and connector (P/J437) on PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 14.3.12). Remove three screws (silver, with a flange, 6mm) that fix PWBA TRAY CONT to 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY.
  • Page 426: Rrp14.17 Harness-assy Feed 2 (pl 14.3.13)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.17 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2 (PL 14.3.13) 5)-2 5)-1 Leg_Sec03_031FB 3 - 328...
  • Page 427 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.17 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2 (PL 14.3.13) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.5) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Release the two clamps that fixes the harness of HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2 (PL 14.3.13). Remove the connector (P/J436) on PWBA TRAY CONT (PL 14.3.12).
  • Page 428: Rrp14.18 Housing Assy Feed (pl 14.4.1)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.18 HOUSING ASSY FEED (PL 14.4.1) 9)-1 9)-1 5)-1 5)-2 9)-2 8)-2 8)-2 8)-1 8)-1 Leg_Sec03_032FB 3 - 330...
  • Page 429 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.18 HOUSING ASSY FEED (PL 14.4.1) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.9) Release a hook of GEAR FEED (PL 14.3.4) fixed on the shaft of HOUSING ASSY FEED (PL 14.4.1) and remove GEAR FEED.
  • Page 430: Rrp14.19 Photo Sensor: No Paper (pl 14.4.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.19 PHOTO SENSOR: NO PAPER (PL 14.4.4) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 8)-1 8)-2 [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_033FB 3 - 332...
  • Page 431 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.19 PHOTO SENSOR: NO PAPER (PL 14.4.4) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.9) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
  • Page 432: Rrp14.20 Actuator No Paper Cst (pl 14.4.5)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.20 ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST (PL 14.4.5) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 6)-1 6)-2 Leg_Sec03_206FA 3 - 334...
  • Page 433 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.20 ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST (PL 14.4.5) 9)-2 9)-1 [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_034FB 3 - 335...
  • Page 434 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.20 ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST (PL 14.4.5) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.9) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
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  • Page 436: Rrp14.21 Actuator (pl 14.4.7)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.21 ACTUATOR (PL 14.4.7) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [NOTE] Leg_Sec03_035FB 3 - 338...
  • Page 437 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.21 ACTUATOR (PL 14.4.7) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.9) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.18) Remove ROLL ASSY FEED.
  • Page 438: Rrp14.22 Photo Sensor: T/r (pl 14.4.4)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.22 PHOTO SENSOR: T/R (PL 14.4.4) 9)-1 9)-2 Leg_Sec03_036FB 3 - 340...
  • Page 439 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.22 PHOTO SENSOR: T/R (PL 14.4.4) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.9) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
  • Page 440: Rrp14.23 Roll Assy Feed (pl 14.4.11)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.23 ROLL ASSY FEED (PL 14.4.11) 8)-2 8)-1 8)-1 8)-2 11)-2 11)-1 10)-1 10)-2 Leg_Sec03_037FB 3 - 342...
  • Page 441 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.23 ROLL ASSY FEED (PL 14.4.11) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH. (RRP 14.11) Remove DRIVE ASSY FEED. (RRP 14.9) Remove HOUSING ASSY FEED.
  • Page 442: Rrp14.24 Separator Assembly (pl 14.3.25)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.24 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 14.3.25) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. 10)-1 10)-1 9)-3 10)-2 9)-1 9)-1 9)-2 [ NOTE ] [ NOTE ] Leg_Sec03_038FB 3 - 344...
  • Page 443 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.24 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 14.3.25) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 444 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.24 SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 14.3.25) [Replacement] Try not to break the boss of SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY when carrying out the work shown below. Match SPRING RETARD (PL 14.3.34) to boss of CHUTE ASSY 500 (PL 14.3.38), depress the boss parts on both sides of SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL 14.3.25) and attach SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY to CHUTE ASSY 500.
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  • Page 446: Rrp14.25 Guide Cst R (pl 14.3.29)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.25 GUIDE CST R (PL 14.3.29) Leg_Sec03_039FB 3 - 348...
  • Page 447 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.25 GUIDE CST R (PL 14.3.29) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 448: Rrp14.26 Guide Cst L (pl 14.3.30)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.26 GUIDE CST L (PL 14.3.30) Leg_Sec03_040FB 3 - 350...
  • Page 449 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.26 GUIDE CST L (PL 14.3.30) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 450: Rrp14.27 Stopper Cst R (pl 14.3.31)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.27 STOPPER CST R (PL 14.3.31) 10)-2 10)-1 Leg_Sec03_181FB 3 - 352...
  • Page 451 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.27 STOPPER CST R (PL 14.3.31) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 452: Rrp14.28 Stopper Cst L (pl 14.3.32)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.28 STOPPER CST L (PL 14.3.32) 10)-2 10)-1 Leg_Sec03_182FB 3 - 354...
  • Page 453 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.28 STOPPER CST L (PL 14.3.32) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 454: Rrp14.29 Chute Assy Retard (reference Only)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.29 CHUTE ASSY RETARD (REFERENCE ONLY) Leg_Sec03_041FB 3 - 356...
  • Page 455 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.29 CHUTE ASSY RETARD (REFERENCE ONLY) Leg_Sec03_517FA 3 - 357...
  • Page 456 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.29 CHUTE ASSY RETARD (REFERENCE ONLY) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
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  • Page 458: Rrp14.30 Film Assy Fdr (pl 14.3.39)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.30 FILM ASSY FDR (PL 14.3.39) Leg_Sec03_205FA 3 - 360...
  • Page 459 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP14.30 FILM ASSY FDR (PL 14.3.39) [Removal] Remove 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY. (RRP 14.1) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER. (RRP 14.8) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER LEFT COVER. (RRP 14.6) Remove 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY. (RRP 14.7) Remove CLUTCH ASSY PH.
  • Page 460: Rrp15.legal Paper Cassette

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE RRP15.1 LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY (PL 15.1.1) Leg_Sec03_156FB 3 - 362...
  • Page 461 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.1 LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY (PL 15.1.1) [Removal] Pull out LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY (PL 15.1.1) till it stops, and then lift up its front a little and remove LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY from 250 PAPER FEEDER. [Replacement] While lifting up the front of LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY a little, insert it in 250 PAPER FEEDER, and then push in LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY to the end in horizontal state.
  • Page 462: Rrp15.2 Guide End Assy 250 (pl 15.1.2)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.2 GUIDE END ASSY 250 (PL 15.1.2) Procedure No. with [ ] included in Fig. shows the procedure at attachment. [2)] Leg_Sec03_157FB 3 - 364...
  • Page 463 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.2 GUIDE END ASSY 250 (PL 15.1.2) [Removal] Remove LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY. (RRP 15.1) Remove PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250. (RRP 15.3) Slide GUIDE END ASSY 250 (PL 15.1.2) to rear side, match the convex at four locations on GUIDE END ASSY 250 to the notched of CASSETTE 250 LG (PL 15.1.12) and remove it upwards.
  • Page 464: Rrp15.3 Plate Assy Bottom 250 (pl 15.1.3)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 15.1.3) 3)-1 3)-2 3)-2 3)-1 Leg_Sec03_158FB 3 - 366...
  • Page 465 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 15.1.3) Leg_Sec03_159FB 3 - 367...
  • Page 466 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 15.1.3) [Removal] Remove LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY. (RRP 15.1) Slide LOCK LIFT R (PL 15.1.10) and LOCK LIFT L (PL 15.1.15) to release lock. Release a hook of ROLL LINK (PL 15.1.11) fixed on the shaft of PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (PL 15.1.3) on both right and left sides, and remove ROLL LINK, LOCK LIFT R and LOCK LIFT L.
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  • Page 468: Rrp15.4 Cover Front Cst 250 (p 15.1.13)

    Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.4 COVER FRONT CST 250 (P 15.1.13) 3)-1 3)-2 3)-3 Leg_Sec03_160FB 3 - 370...
  • Page 469 Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs) RRP15.4 COVER FRONT CST 250 (P 15.1.13) [Removal] Remove LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY. (RRP 15.1) Remove two screws (silver, with a flange, tap, 8mm) that fix COVER FRONT CST 250 (PL 15.1.13) to LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY (PL 15.1.1). Relase a hook at the bottom of COVER FRONT CST 250 using a small screwdriver, lay COVER FRONT CST 250 towards front, and then release the three convex of the rear side of COVER FRONT CST 250 from the hole of LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY.
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  • Page 471: Chapter 4 Plug/jack(p/j) Connector Locations

    Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations CONTENTS 1. Connector [P (plug) / J (jack)]..................4 - 1 1.1 List of P/J ............................4 - 1 1.2 P/J layout diagram ........................... 4 - 5...
  • Page 472 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations CONTENTS...
  • Page 473: List Of P/j

    Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations 1. Connector [P (plug) / J (jack)] 1.1 List of P/J Coordiates Remarks G-156 Connects PWBA Fuser CONT, Fuser Lock Switch, PWBA MCU and LV/HVPS G-156 Connects PWBA Fuser CONT and LV/HVPS G-157 Connects PWBA Fuser CONT and Fuser Assembly G-154 Connects PWBA ESS and OP Panel H-154...
  • Page 474 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations Coordiates Remarks Connects PWBA MCU, P/H Frame Assembly (P/H Door Switch, OHP Sensor, H-148 Regi Sensor, PRE Regi Clutch, Regi Clutch) Connects PWBA MCU, P/H Frame Assembly (P/H Motor) and MSI Assembly H-148 (Pick Up Solenoid) I-148 Connects PWBA MCU, Fuser Lock Switch, PWBA Fuser CONT and LV/HVPS I-148...
  • Page 475 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations Coordiates Remarks Connects BCR CLN XERO Assembly (TNR Full Harness Assembly) and D-139 PWBA MCU Connects FSR Chute Assembly (2BTR SENS Harness Assembly) and PWBA H-137 Connects RR 2ND Cover Assembly (2BTR SW Harness Assembly) and PWBA I-136 I-106 Connects 2ND Bias Plate Assembly (2BTR) and PWBA HVPS...
  • Page 476 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations 500 FEEDER Coordiates Remarks Connects Housing Assembly Feed (No Paper Sensor) and Feeder Main Har- E-307 ness Assembly Connects Housing Assembly Feed (T/R Sensor) and Feeder Main Harness D-307 Assembly C-308 Connects Feeder Door Switch and PWBA Tray CONT E-309 Connects PWBA Tray CONT and IOT E-309...
  • Page 477: P/j Layout Diagram

    Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations 1.2 P/J layout diagram (2BTR) (1BTR) (IBT) (BCR) (DEVE) Leg_Sec04_001LA 4 – 5...
  • Page 478 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations Leg_Sec04_002LA 4 – 6...
  • Page 479 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations Leg_Sec04_201LA 4 – 7...
  • Page 480 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations 408 407 Leg_Sec04_202LA 4 – 8...
  • Page 481 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations 4358 Leg_Sec04_005FA 4 – 9...
  • Page 482 Chapter 4 Plug/Jack(P/J) Connector Locations 4358 Leg_Sec04_007FA 4 – 10...
  • Page 483 Chapter 5 Parts List Chapter 5 Parts List CONTENTS 1. Parts List........................5 - 1 1.1 Caution for use of spare parts illustration ..................5 - 1 1.2 Caution for use of engineering parts list ..................5 - 1 Spare parts illustration.....................5 - 2 Engineering parts list .......................5 - 8 PL 1.1 Cover [Illustration]........................
  • Page 484: Chapter 5 Parts List Contents

    Chapter 5 Parts List Chapter 5 Parts List CONTENTS PL 14.3 500 Paper Feeder (2/3) [Illustration]..................5 - 46 PL 14.3 500 Paper Feeder (2/3) [List]....................5 - 47 PL 14.4 500 Paper Feeder (3/3) [Illustration]..................5 - 48 PL 14.4 500 Paper Feeder (3/3) [List]....................5 - 49 PL 15.1 Legal Paper Cassette [Illustration]..................
  • Page 485: Parts List

    Chapter 5 Parts List 1. Parts List 1.1 Caution for use of spare parts illustration Available spare parts are shown in the illustration by name. [Ref PL X.Y.Z] shown below the part name denotes the item is "Z" in the plate "PL X.Y" of the engineering part list.
  • Page 486: Spare Parts Illustration

    Chapter 5 Parts List Spare parts illustration EXTENSION TRAY [Ref PL1.1.3] TOP COVER FUSER COVER [Ref PL1.1.1] [Ref PL1.1.6] UPPER FRONT COVER [Ref PL1.1.14] OPERATOR PANEL RIGHT COVER [Ref PL1.1.15] [Ref PL1.1.23] LOWER FRONT COVER [Ref PL1.1.13] MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER COVER [Ref PL1.1.12] FUSER CHUTE INTERLOCK [Ref PL6.1.15]...
  • Page 487 Chapter 5 Parts List [Ref PL7.1.1] DEVELOPER ROTOR FRAME ASSEMBLY [Ref PL9.2.9] DEVELOPER HOUSING BLACK [Ref PL9.2.5] DEVELOPER HOUSING YELLOW [Ref PL9.2.6] DEVELOPER HOUSING MAGENTA [Ref PL9.2.7] DEVELOPER HOUSING CYAN [Ref PL9.2.8] Leg_Sec005_252LA 5 – 3...
  • Page 488 Chapter 5 Parts List IBT CAM ASSEMBLY [Ref PL6.1.24] IBT SENSOR 2ND BTR ASSEMBLY [Ref PL7.1.2] [Ref PL6.1.10] LEFT IBT FUSER GUIDE ASSEMBLY [Ref PL10.1.1] [Ref PL7.1.4] RIGHT IBT IBT CLEANING GUIDE ASSEMBLY DRIVE ASSEMBLY [Ref PL7.1.12] [Ref PL11.1.2] TOP COVER DEVELOPER LATCH INTERLOCK ASSEMBLY...
  • Page 489 Chapter 5 Parts List FUSER DRIVE MOTOR [Ref PL11.1.3] BIAS TRANSFER ROLLER(BTR) FUSER COVER INTERLOCK FRAME ASSEMBLY [Ref PL1.1.17] [Ref PL6.1.5] MACHINE CONTROL UNIT(MCU) [Ref PL12.2.4] DEVELOPMENT MOTOR [Ref PL11.1.5] PHOTORECEPTOR MOTOR [Ref PL11.1.6] LOW/HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY [Ref PL12.2.6] AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL(ADC) SENSOR [Ref PL6.1.18]...
  • Page 490 Chapter 5 Parts List 250 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY [Ref PL3.1.15] 250 SHEET FEEDER 250 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY LEFT COVER [Ref PL3.1.2] [Ref PL3.1.1] 250 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER [Ref PL3.1.9] 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY [Ref PL2.1.1] 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY (LEGAL) [Ref PL15.1.1] Leg_Sec005_255LA 5 –...
  • Page 491 Chapter 5 Parts List 500 SHEET FEEDER ASSEMBLY [Ref PL14.2.15] 500 SHEET FEEDER 500 SHEET FEEDER CHUTE ASSEMBLY LEFT COVER [Ref PL14.2.2] [Ref PL14.2.1] 500 SHEET FEEDER RIGHT COVER [Ref PL14.2.9] 500 SHEET PAPER TRAY [Ref PL14.1.1] Leg_Sec005_256LA 5 – 7...
  • Page 492: Engineering Parts List

    Chapter 5 Parts List Engineering parts list PL 1.1 Cover [Illustration] (with 2-5, 9) 3 (with 8,30) (P 4) (P 7) (P 6) (P 5) (P220) (J220) (J29) 23 (with 8,20-22,3 ) Leg_Sec005_20 LA 5 – 8...
  • Page 493: Pl 1.1 Cover [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 1.1 Cover [List] Item Parts name COVER ASSY TOP (with2-5,19) COVER TOP KIT TRAY EXTENSION (with 18,30) SPRING-SW LEVER-SW COVER FUSER SWITCH ASSY FT (P116) COVER RH COVER-PIN FOOT FOOT COVER MSI COVER FRONT-L COVER FRONT-U OP PANEL (P220) COVER LH SWITCH ASSY FUSER (P114,P117)
  • Page 494: Pl 2.1 250 Paper Cassette [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 2.1 250 Paper Cassette [Illustration] 1 (with 2-17) 3 (with 4) 11 1 10 11 Leg_Sec00 _002FB 5 – 10...
  • Page 495: Pl 2.1 250 Paper Cassette [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 2.1 250 Paper Cassette [List] Item Parts name 250 PAPER CASSETTE ASSY (with 2-17) GUIDE END ASSY 250 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (with 4) PAD BOTTOM GUIDE PAPER L ASSY 250 PINION 12 GUIDE PAPER R ASSY 250 SPRING NF 250 PLATE ROLL STOPPER 250 LOCK LIFT R...
  • Page 496: Pl 3.1 250 Paper Feeder (1/3) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 3.1 250 Paper Feeder (1/3) [Illustration] 15 (with 1-14,16,17,PL2.1, .2) 2 (with -8,1 ) 14 (with 10-12, PL .2) [Ref PL .2] [Ref PL2.1] Leg_Sec005_005FB 5 – 12...
  • Page 497: Pl 3.1 250 Paper Feeder (1/3) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 3.1 250 Paper Feeder (1/3) [List] Item Parts name COVER LEFT 250 CHUTE FDR ASSY 250 (with 3-8,13) COVER-REAR 250 MAGNET-CATCH ROLL PINCH A ROLL PINCH B SPRING-PINCH A SPRING-PINCH B COVER RIGHT 250 FOOT BLOCK CST SPRING EARTH FEEDER GUIDE REAR...
  • Page 498: Pl 3.2 250 Paper Feeder (2/3) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 3.2 250 Paper Feeder (2/3) [Illustration] 2 (with 3) (P608) (P609) (P6 0) (J435) (J446) (P 2 ) (J6 0) (J609) (J 2 ) (J436) (J6 8) (J440) (J4358) (J437) 25 (with 26) 4 (with 27,42) [Ref PL3.3.
  • Page 499: Pl 3.2 250 Paper Feeder (2/3) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 3.2 250 Paper Feeder (2/3) [List] Item Parts name HARNESS-ASSY FEED MAIN (J437-J121,J440,J609,J610,J618) DRIVE ASSY FEED 250 (with 3) SOLENOID FEED (P610) GEAR FEED CLUTCH ASSY PH (P609) HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (J435-P608) BEARING EARTH ROLL ASSY TURN SWITCH-I/L CAB (P121) CLAMP PWBA MOT...
  • Page 500: Pl 3.3 250 Paper Feeder (3/3) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 3.3 250 Paper Feeder (3/3) [Illustration] (with 2- 4) (J 9) (P 9) (P6 8) NO PAPER SENSOR (J 20) (P 20) T/R SENSOR Leg_Sec005_025FB 5 – 16...
  • Page 501: Pl 3.3 250 Paper Feeder (3/3) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 3.3 250 Paper Feeder (3/3) [List] Item Parts name HOUSING ASSY FEED (with 2-14) HOUSING FEED CAP ACTUATOR SENSOR PHOTO ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST SPRING ACTUATOR ACTUATOR BRACKET FEED BEARING EARTH ROLL SUPPORT ROLL ASSY FEED SHAFT FEED COVER FEED HARNESS-ASSY FEED 3 (P618-J119,J120)
  • Page 502: Pl 4.1 Msi [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 4.1 MSI [Illustration] 1 (with 2-27) 24 (with 2- , 25) 25 3 13 (with 12,14) (J409) PAPER (P103) EMPTY SENSOR (J408) (P 05) (J 04) (J 05) (J 03) (J103) Leg_Sec005_202LA 5 – 18...
  • Page 503: Pl 4.1 Msi [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 4.1 MSI [List] Item Parts name MSI ASSY (with 2-27) BEARING MSI CAM PICK UP MSI SHAFT ASSY MSI CORE ROLL ASSY CHUTE MSI GUIDE SIDE COVER GEAR MANUAL GUIDE ASSY SIDE L GUIDE ASSY SIDE R PLATE BOTTOM 2 PLATE BOTTOM ASSY MSI (with 12,14) PAD MSI...
  • Page 504: Pl 5.1 Ph Assy (1/2) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 5.1 PH Assy (1/2) [Illustration] 2 (with ,4) [Ref PL5.2.1] Leg_Sec005_20 LA 5 – 20...
  • Page 505: Pl 5.1 Ph Assy (1/2) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 5.1 PH Assy (1/2) [List] Item Parts name CHUTE ASSY-REAR (with 3,4) CHUTE-REAR UP CHUTE-REAR LOW 5 – 21...
  • Page 506: Pl 5.2 Ph Assy (2/2) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 5.2 PH Assy (2/2) [Illustration] 1 (with 2-27) REGI CLUTCH (P203) (P100) PRE REGI CLUTCH (P202) REGI SENSOR (P102) (P101) (J100) (J203) (P604) (J102) SENSOR (J101) (J202) (P603) Leg_Sec005_204LA 5 – 22...
  • Page 507: Pl 5.2 Ph Assy (2/2) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 5.2 PH Assy (2/2) [List] Item Parts name FRAME ASSY-PH (with 2-27) CLUTCH ASSY PH BEARING METAL ROLL-REGI BEARING RUBBER GEAR-REGI SPRING-REGI R (METAL) ROLL ASSY-REGI SPRING-REGI L (BLACK) FRAME-PH VARISTOR ROLL ASSY-PRE REGI ROLL-PINCH SPRING-PRE REGI BRACKET-SENSOR OHP SENSOR (P101)
  • Page 508: Pl 6.1 Transfer [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 6.1 Transfer [Illustration] 1 (with 2-4,28,31,38) FUSER (P111) IN SENSOR (J111) 5 (with 6-8,10) (P620) 13 (with 14-16,32) (J621) (J620) (P621) (J418) (J422) (P113) (J112) (J113) (J431) (P431) 33 (with 18,34) IBT RETRACT SENSOR (P107) 2BTR RETRACT SENSOR (P112)
  • Page 509: Pl 6.1 Transfer [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 6.1 Transfer [List] Item Parts name CHUTE ASSY-FSR (with 2-4,28,31,38) HOUSING-CHUTE FSR SENSOR JAM 2 (P111) CHUTE-FSR FRAME ASSY-2ND (with 6-8,10) GEAR 27 SHAFT-CENT 2ND FRAME ASSY BEARING-BRUSH CAM 2ND BTR ASSY CAM ASSY-2ND BEARING COVER ASSY-RR 2ND (with 14-16,32) BRACKET-SWITCH 2ND SWITCH-I/L CAB (with 14) (P113)
  • Page 510: Pl 7.1 Xero [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 7.1 Xero [Illustration] 4 (with 5- ,27) (P 08) TR-0 SENSOR 2 (with 3, 5- 7,33,34) (P 09) (J 09) (J4 6) (J 08) (J5 2) (J5 3) (J506) 9 (with 23,30,3 ) (J5 4) (J504) TNER FULL SENSOR (J508)
  • Page 511: Pl 7.1 Xero [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 7.1 Xero [List] Item Parts name IBT ASSY *1 SENSOR TR-0 (P108) PLATE-TR-0 GUIDE CRU ASSY D (with 5-11,27) SPRING-TORSION D LATCH-IBT D ARM-COUPLING SPRING-TORSION ARM LINK-COUPLING ANTENNA ASSY (P109) HOUSING-GUIDE D GUIDE CRU ASSY AD (with 13,15-17,33,34) HOUSING ASSY-GUIDE AD LATCH-IBT AD SPRING-TORSION AD...
  • Page 512: Pl 8.1 Ros [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 8.1 ROS [Illustration] (P602) (P60 ) 2 (with 4) Leg_Sec005_207LA 5 – 28...
  • Page 513: Pl 8.1 Ros [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 8.1 ROS [List] Item Parts name ROS ASSY (P601,P602) CLEANER (with 4) GUIDE-ROS CLN CLEANER ASSY-BASE 5 – 29...
  • Page 514: Pl 9.1 Deve (1/2) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 9.1 DEVE (1/2) [Illustration] (with 2-5, 6- 8) 6 (with 2,4,9, 0,20,2 ) (P 06) ROTARY HOME POSITION SENSOR (P 05) (J5 0) (J509) Leg_Sec005_208LA 5 – 30...
  • Page 515: Pl 9.1 Deve (1/2) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 9.1 DEVE (1/2) [List] Item Parts name LATCH ASSY-ROTARY (with 2-5,16-18) SPRING LATCH LATCH ROTARY SPRING TRACK D HOLDER LATCH ROTARY ANTENNA ASSY-CTRG (with 2,4,9,10,20,21) HOLDER ANTENNA CTRG ANTENNA CTRG (P106) HOLDER ASSY-BIAS SENSOR PHOTO (P105) BRACKET SENSOR WIRE ASSY DEVE (J509-J510) LINK LATCH...
  • Page 516: Pl 9.2 Deve (2/2) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 9.2 DEVE (2/2) [Illustration] 5 (with 11) 6 (with 11) 8 (with 11) 7 (with 11) eg_Sec005_209 A 5 – 32...
  • Page 517: Pl 9.2 Deve (2/2) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 9.2 DEVE (2/2) [List] Item Parts name TNR CRU K *1 TNR CRU Y *1 TNR CRU M *1 TNR CRU C *1 HOUSING ASSY-DEVE K (with 11) HOUSING ASSY-DEVE Y (with 11) HOUSING ASSY-DEVE M (with 11) HOUSING ASSY-DEVE C (with 11) FRAME ASSY-ROTARY PIVOT ASSY...
  • Page 518: Pl 10.1 Fuser [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 10.1 Fuser [Illustration] (J6 4) (J4 7) (J3) (P 28) Leg_Sec005_2 0LA 5 – 34...
  • Page 519: Pl 10.1 Fuser [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 10.1 Fuser [List] Item Parts name FUSER ASSY HARNESS ASSY MCU C/L (J614-J3,J417) BRACKET-RIZ GEAR 2ND BRACKET ASSY 2ND GEAR FUSER LOCK SWITCH (P128) 5 – 35...
  • Page 520: Pl 11.1 Drive [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 11.1 Drive [Illustration] (J404) (J4 4) (J433) (J4 ) (J405) (J406) (P20 ) (P200) (P600) Leg_Sec005_2 LA 5 – 36...
  • Page 521: Pl 11.1 Drive [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 11.1 Drive [List] Item Parts name DRIVE ASSY BTR DRIVE ASSY PRO (J411,J414) MOT ASSY FUSER (J404) MOT ASSY ROT (J433) MOT ASSY MAG (J405,J406) MOT ASSY P/R (P200,P201) MOT ASSY MICRO (P600) PLATE LEFT 5 –...
  • Page 522: Pl 12.1 Elec (1/2) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 12.1 ELEC (1/2) [Illustration] (P429) (P104) Leg_Sec005_212LA 5 – 38...
  • Page 523: Pl 12.1 Elec (1/2) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 12.1 ELEC (1/2) [List] Item Parts name PWBA HVPS PWB ASSY ROT SENSOR ASSY (P104) PWBA CRUM CLAMP PRESS 21 CLAMP MSB-1207 CLAMP RLWT-1V0 BUSH-OPEN OLBT-13 BUSH STB-19 BUSH STB-26 HOLDER SENSOR CLAMP RLWT-3V0 BUSH STB-13 5 –...
  • Page 524: Pl 12.2 Elec (2/2) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 12.2 ELEC (2/2) [Illustration] (P400) (P700) (P40 ) (P500) (J503) (J2) * Reter to the list for the P/J number. Leg_Sec005_2 3LA 5 – 40...
  • Page 525: Pl 12.2 Elec (2/2) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 12.2 ELEC (2/2) [List] Item Parts name CHASSIS A PWBA ESS FFC-ASSY ESS (P400-P70) PWBA MCU FFC-ASSY LV/MCU (P401-P500) LV/HVPS HARNESS ASSY MAIN (J403-J114,J200,J600/J407-J601/J410-J1,J115,J116,J117, J201,J432,J502/J412-J429/J413-J104,J105,J606,J617/J415-J106,J107,J125,J430/ J420/J421-J608/J501-J71/J515-J516/J602-J72) HARNESS ASSY AC (J2-J503) PWBA FUSER CONT CLAMP MSB-1207 CLAMP LWS-03S CLAMP RLWT-1V0 FLAT CLAMP FCR-30...
  • Page 526: Pl 14.1 500 Paper Cassette [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.1 500 Paper Cassette [Illustration] 1 (with 2-19) 3 (with 4) 11 17 10 11 Leg_Sec00 _004FB 5 – 42...
  • Page 527: Pl 14.1 500 Paper Cassette [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.1 500 Paper Cassette [List] Item Parts name 500 PAPER CASSETTE ASSY (with 2-19) GUIDE END ASSY PLATE ASSY BOTTOM (with 4) PAD BOTTOM GUIDE PAPER L ASSY PINION 12 GUIDE PAPER R ASSY SPRING NF PLATE ROLL STOPPER 500 LOCK LIFT R ROLL LINK...
  • Page 528: Pl 14.2 500 Paper Feeder (1/3) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.2 500 Paper Feeder (1/3) [Illustration] 15 (with 1-14,16, PL14.1,14. ,14.4) 2 (with -8,1 ) 14 (with 10-12, PL14. ,14.4) [Ref PL14. ] [Ref PL14.1] Leg_Sec005_007FB 5 – 44...
  • Page 529: Pl 14.2 500 Paper Feeder (1/3) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.2 500 Paper Feeder (1/3) [List] Item Parts name COVER LEFT CHUTE FDR ASSY (with 3-8,13) COVER-REAR MAGNET-CATCH ROLL PINCH A ROLL PINCH B SPRING-PINCH A SPRING-PINCH B COVER RIGHT FOOT BLOCK CST SPRING EARTH FEEDER GUIDE REAR FEEDER ASSY 500 (with 10-12,PL14.3,14.4) 500 PAPER FEEDER ASSY (with 1-14,16,PL14.1,14.3,14.4)
  • Page 530: Pl 14.3 500 Paper Feeder (2/3) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.3 500 Paper Feeder (2/3) [Illustration] 2 (with 3) (P608) (P609) (P6 0) (J435) (J446) (P 2 ) (J6 0) (J609) (J436) (J 2 ) (J6 8) (J440) (J4358) 25 (with 34) (J437) 38 (with 26,39) [Ref PL 4.4.
  • Page 531: Pl 14.3 500 Paper Feeder (2/3) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.3 500 Paper Feeder (2/3) [List] Item Parts name HARNESS-ASSY FEED MAIN (J437-J121,J440,J609,J610,J618) DRIVE ASSY FEED (with 3) SOLENOID FEED (P610) GEAR FEED CLUTCH ASSY PH (P609) HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1 (J435-P608) BEARING EARTH ROLL ASSY TURN SWITCH-I/L CAB (P121) CLAMP PWBA MOT...
  • Page 532: Pl 14.4 500 Paper Feeder (3/3) [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.4 500 Paper Feeder (3/3) [Illustration] (with 2- 4) (J 9) (P 9) (P6 8) NO PAPER SENSOR (J 20) (P 20) T/R SENSOR Leg_Sec005_025FB 5 – 48...
  • Page 533: Pl 14.4 500 Paper Feeder (3/3) [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 14.4 500 Paper Feeder (3/3) [List] Item Parts name HOUSING ASSY FEED (with 2-14) HOUSING FEED CAP ACTUATOR SENSOR PHOTO ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST SPRING ACTUATOR ACTUATOR BRACKET FEED BEARING EARTH ROLL SUPPORT ROLL ASSY FEED SHAFT FEED COVER FEED HARNESS-ASSY FEED 3 (P618-J119,J120)
  • Page 534: Pl 15.1 Legal Paper Cassette [illustration]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 15.1 Legal Paper Cassette [Illustration] (with 2-20) 3 (with 4) Leg_Sec005_003FB 5 – 50...
  • Page 535: Pl 15.1 Legal Paper Cassette [list]

    Chapter 5 Parts List PL 15.1 Legal Paper Cassette [List] Item Parts name LEGAL PAPER CASSETTE ASSY (with 2-20) GUIDE END ASSY 250 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 250 (with 4) PAD BOTTOM GUIDE PAPER L ASSY 250 PINION 12 GUIDE PAPER R ASSY 250 SPRING NF 250 PLATE ROLL STOPPER 250 LOCK LIFT R...
  • Page 536 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration CONTENTS 1. Printing process......................6 - 1 1.1 Outline of printing process ........................ 6 - 1 1.2 Summarized diagram of overall printing processes ................6 - 2 1.3 Technical explanation of printing processes ..................
  • Page 537: Chapter 6 Principles Of Operation

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Chapter 6 Principles of Operation CONTENTS 8. Drive transmission route...................6 - 41 8.1 DRIVE ASSY FEED........................6 - 41 8.2 MOTOR ASSY P/R, DRIVE ASSY PRO..................6 - 42 8.3 MOTOR ASSY MAG, MOTOR ASSY ROT ..................6 - 43 8.4 MOTOR ASSY 36/12 ........................
  • Page 538: Printing Process

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1. Printing process 1.1 Outline of printing process This device is a "Full color laser printer" that uses the principle of the electro photographic recording system. There are 4 color toners "Yellow, magenta, Cyan, Black (hereinafter Y, M, C, K)" and a drum that forms a toner image inside the device.
  • Page 539: Summarized Diagram Of Overall Printing Processes

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.2 Summarized diagram of overall printing processes Summarized diagram of overall printing processes is shown below. 6 - 2...
  • Page 540: Technical Explanation Of Printing Processes

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3 Technical explanation of printing processes 1.3.1 Charge In "Charge" process, the surface of drum that rotates at regulated speed is negatively charged evenly by discharging of BCR (Bias Charge Roll). BCR contacts the drum at all times, and follows the rotation of the drum. BCR is a conductive roll, to which negative voltage of overlapped AC voltage is applied from HVPS and it discharges to the surface of the drum.
  • Page 541: Exposure

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3.2 Exposure In the "Exposure" process, the negatively charged drum surface is scanned by a laser beam and an invisible electrostatic latent image is formed on the drum surface. The laser beam is radiated from a laser diode inside the ROS ASSY and scans the drum surface from end to end in the shaft direction via a polygon mirror, fixed mirror and the Scanner Assy lens inside ROS ASSY.
  • Page 542 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration The laser beam is radiated according to the printing data (image data) output from the printer controller. The laser beam is output only when printing data is pixels (micro points composing characters or pictures). (The laser diode lights up for parts to be developed by toner, and not for parts that are not to be developed.) The drum surface radiated by the laser beam becomes a conductor, and the negative charge on the drum surface flows to the positive side and the charges negate each other so that the...
  • Page 543: Development

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3.3 Development In the "Development" process, toner is electrically attached to invisible electrostatic latent image on the drum surface to form a visible image on the drum surface. This device uses a "Rotary developing method" that rotates and moves 4 Developer Assy sequentially and a "Trickle developing method"...
  • Page 544 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration When the number of prints increases, the consumption of toner in the Developer Assy also increases. In order to maintain an appropriate developer concentration, it is necessary to refill with an amount of toner equivalent to that consumed from Toner Cartridge to Developer Assy. This refilling process is called "Toner dispense".
  • Page 545: 1st Transfer (drum To Belt)

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3.4 1st transfer (drum to belt) In the "1st transfer" process, the toner image formed on the drum surface is transferred to the surface of the belt inside XERO CRU by the 1st BTR (First Bias Transfer Roll). 1st BTR is a conductive roll, to which a positive voltage is applied from HVPS.
  • Page 546: Clean (drum)

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3.5 Clean (drum) In the "Clean (drum)" process, excess toner is removed from the surface of drum. Cleaning of drum Toner that could not be transferred to belt at "1st transfer" process remains on the surface of drum.
  • Page 547 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Drum surface (Yellow toner image) Drum surface (Magenta toner image) Belt surface Yellow toner image Magenta toner image Cyan Drum surface toner image (Cyan toner image) Black toner image Drum surface (Black toner image) Leg_Sec06_025FA 6 - 10...
  • Page 548: 2nd Transfer (belt To Paper)

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3.7 2nd transfer (belt to paper) In the "2nd transfer" process, completed toner image formed on the belt surface is transferred to paper by the 2nd BTR (Second bias Transfer Roll). 2nd BTR contacts only at transferring to paper so that the toner image being formed on belt surface is not damaged.
  • Page 549 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 2nd BTR is a conductive roll, which contacts the rear side of toner transferred side of paper and to which positive voltage is applied from HVPS. Back Up Roll that faces the 2nd BTR across the belt is earthed to frame ground using a conductive roll.
  • Page 550: Neutralization

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3.8 Neutralization In the "Neutralization" process, the charge on the paper is neutralized or removed by Detack Saw (neutralizing plate). Detack Saw is a metal sheet that contacts the rear side of the paper, and a negative voltage is applied to it from HVPS.
  • Page 551: Fixing

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 1.3.10 Fixing In the "Fixing" process, toner is fixed on the paper by heat and pressure. Toner is melted by a Heat Roll that uses a Heater Lamp as a heat source inside the Fuser Assy, and toner is fixed on the paper by the holding force of Heat Roll and Pressure Belt.
  • Page 552: Paper Feeding

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 2. Paper feeding In the following, the main functional parts used for feeding paper are explained corresponding to illustration. Parts are classified into the following blocks according to the basic composition. •MSI(Multi Sheet Inserter) •Registration &...
  • Page 553: Msi (multi Sheet Inserter)

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 2.1 MSI (Multi Sheet Inserter) 2.1.1 Main function Feed Solenoid Feed Roll Paper Empty Sensor Side Guide Bottom Plate Side Guide Leg_Sec06_047FA Side Guide Side Guide moves vertically against paper feeding direction and aligns the paper width. Feed Solenoid Feed Solenoid controls rotation of Feed Gear.
  • Page 554 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Bottom Plate Bottom Plate is normally pushed down by cam attached to shaft. When paper is fed, shaft rotates and pressure of cam is released, then paper is pushed towards Feed Roll by spring pressure.
  • Page 555: Registration & Fuser

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 2.2 Registration & FUSER 2.2.1 Main function FUSER Fuser Exit Sensor Fuser In Sensor Regi Clutch Regi Sensor P/H Motor Pre Regi Clutch OHP Sensor Leg_Sec06_050FA Pre-Regi Clutch This transmits drive from P/H Motor to Pre-Regi Roll and feeds paper to Regi part. OHP Sensor Reflection type sensor that detects whether it is plain paper or transparency sheet.
  • Page 556: Adjustment Of Edge Of Paper

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 2.2.2 Adjustment of edge of paper When paper is set in a tray or cassette and carried to the toner transfer part as it is, transfer cannot be made at appropriate position in some cases. REGI part aligns the edge of paper using "Roll Loop"...
  • Page 557: 250/500 Paper Feeder

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 2.3 250/500 Paper Feeder Basic construction of 250 sheet tray and 500 sheet tray is almost the same and the only difference is the paper feeding capacity, so explanation is given below using 250 sheet tray. 2.3.1 Main function Bottom Plate Paper Cassette Tray...
  • Page 558 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Side Guide The Side Guide moves vertically towards paper feeding direction and aligns the width of paper. End Guide The End Guide moves in parallel with paper feeding direction and aligns the width of paper. Feed Solenoid Feed Solenoid controls rotation of Feed Gear.
  • Page 559 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Cassette Switch (special for 250 sheets) There are two types of 250 sheets cassette, standard cassette and legal cassette, and the device needs to recognize which cassette is being installed. The device recognizes the cassette type by the Cassette Switch position.
  • Page 560: Xerographic

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 3. Xerographic In the following, the main functional parts composing Xerographic are explained corresponding to illustration. Parts are classified into the following blocks according to the basic composition. •ROS ASSY •XERO CRU •Development •Second BTR &...
  • Page 561: Ros

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 3.1 ROS 3.1.1 Main function ROS ASSY ROS ASSY (Raster Output Scanner Assemble) is the exposure device that outputs laser beam to form electrostatic latent image on the surface of drum. (hereinafter ROS ASSY is described as ROS.) ROS consists of the main parts shown below.
  • Page 562: Xero Cru

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 3.2 XERO CRU 3.2.1 Main function Cleaner Brush Cleaning Blade Sensor IBT Retract 1ST BTR CRUM XERO Belt IBT Cleaner Retract Motor IBT Brush Motor Sensor TR0 Drum Cleaner P/R Motor Sensor Environment Sensor ADC Full Toner Sensor Drum...
  • Page 563 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration • Surface of Drum is made of a photoconductor (insulator where not exposed to light, conductor where exposed) and inside it is made of a conductor (aluminum cylinder). • Drum Cleaner consists of Cleaning Blade and toner collection box, and scrapes off toner remaining on the surface of drum using Cleaning Blade touching the drum.
  • Page 564 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Full Toner Sensor Full Toner Sensor detects Full Toner state of the remains toner cleaner box. Remains toner scraped off by the cleaning blade of the drum is collected in the cleaner box. The cleaner box is provided with an actuator which shields the detector of the Full Toner Sensor.
  • Page 565: Development

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 3.3 Development 3.3.1 Main function Toner Cartridge Deveroper ASSY Crum Cartridge Magnet Roll Motor Deve Rotary Motor Dispence Clutch Home Position Sensor Leg_Sec06_058FA Rotary Developer consists of Toner Cartridge and Crum Cartridge of 4 colors, Developer Assy and Rotary Frame Assy, and Dispense Clutch, Magnet Roll Motor, Deve Rotary Motor, Home Position Sensor, are attached inside the device.
  • Page 566 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration Dispense Clutch Dispense Clutch links with Magnet Roll Motor drive in order to rotate Auger for supplying toner. Magnet Roll Motor Magnet Roll Motor rotates Magnet Roll inside Developer Assy. Deve Rotary Motor Deve Rotary Motor rotates Rotary Frame Assy that retains Developer Assy.
  • Page 567: Second Btr & Fuser

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 3.4 Second BTR & FUSER 3.4.1 Main function Second BTR is a conductive roll, which contacts rear side from toner transferred side of paper and to which negative voltage is applied from HVPS. 2nd BTR Retract Motor actuates when the toner image on the belt is transferred on the paper.
  • Page 568 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration FUSER ASSY fixes completed toner image transferred onto paper by heat and pressure, and feeds paper before and after fixing and also feeds paper to discharge tray or Duplex by switching gate in Fuser. Fuser consists of the parts shown below.
  • Page 569: Electrical

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 4. Electrical In the following, the main functional composition parts are explained corresponding to illustration. Fuser Lock Switch Second BTR Cover Switch Fuser Door Switch Front Interlock Switch Fuser Interlock Switch PWBA MCU PH Door Switch PWBA ESS PWBA Fuser Cont...
  • Page 570 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration PWBA ESS PWBA ESS converts printing data input from network, USB or parallel port and communicates with PC. Optional extension memory is max. 512MB. UI displays the state of the device using LCD or LED using Switch on UI. Fuser Door Switch Fuser Door Switch is used to detect open and close of Fuser Cover.
  • Page 571: Flow Of Printing Data

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 5. Flow of printing data 5.1 Data flow Printing data (electric signal) output from printer controller becomes the printed image following the flow shown below. Host (electric signal) Printer controller (electric signal) ROS ASSY (laser beam) Electrostatic latent image on drum (invisible image) Toner image on drum (toner image)
  • Page 572: Operation Mode

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 6. Operation mode There are 7 operation modes as shown below. WARM UP mode The device is in warming up state (till printing is ready). READY mode The device stands by for printing after WARM UP mode. PRINTING mode The device carries out printing.
  • Page 573: Control

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 7. Control 7.1 Paper size control This device doesn't have switches for detecting paper size, and only length of paper is detected by Regi Sensor when feeding paper. If printing data and paper size don't match, error is sended to the controller.
  • Page 574 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration TC control procedure is shown below. (1) Adjustment of Sensor ADC Composition of Sensor ADC is as shown in the Fig. There are 2 LEDs for black and color, and each patch concentration is read according to 2 reflecting routes with different optical angles. LED for black is for specular reflection light path and LED for color is for diffuse reflection light path.
  • Page 575: Belt Position Control

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration (5) Adjustment during printing job When printing job is performed, toner in Developer Assy is consumed. Toner shall be supplied to Developer Assy even during printing in order to obtain stable image quality. The following procedure shall be taken to supply an adequate amount of toner.
  • Page 576: Adjustment Of Fuser Fixing Temperature

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 7.5 Adjustment of FUSER fixing temperature Temperature of Heat Roll is controlled so that toner image formed on paper can be fixed properly. Surface temperature of Heat Roll is detected by non-contact type. The main unit adjusts to maintain temperature on the surface of Heat Roll by turning ON/OFF the Fuser Lamp.
  • Page 577: Detection Of Life Of Consumable Items And Parts To Be Changed On Regular Basis

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 7.7 Detection of life of consumable items and parts to be changed on regular basis Detection of life of consumable items Toner cartridge Operation time of Dispense Clutch that is operated to supply toner from cartridge is counted, and when it exceeds the regulated time, "Near Empty"...
  • Page 578: Drive Transmission Route

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 8. Drive transmission route 8.1 DRIVE ASSY FEED Rotation of DRIVE ASSY FEED is transmitted following the flow shown below. DRIVE ASSY FEED CLUTCH ASSY PH GEAR FEED ROLL ASSY TURN ROLL ASSY FEED FEEDER ASSY Leg_Sec06_035FA CLUTCH ASSY PH...
  • Page 579: Motor Assy P/r, Drive Assy Pro

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 8.2 MOTOR ASSY P/R, DRIVE ASSY PRO Rotation of MOTOR ASSY P/R and DRIVE ASSY PRO is transmitted following the flow shown below. MOTOR ASSY P/R DRIVE ASSY PRO FLANGE GEAR-19 GEAR INPUT DRUM GEAR 30/27 CAM ASSY-IBT CL...
  • Page 580: Motor Assy Mag, Motor Assy Rot

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 8.3 MOTOR ASSY MAG, MOTOR ASSY ROT Rotation of MOTOR ASSY MAG and MOTOR ASSY ROT is transmitted following the flow shown below. MOTOR ASSY MAG MOTOR ASSY ROT GEAR IDLE DISP INPUT GEAR FRAM ASSY ROTARY GEAR AUGER DISPENCE AUGER DISPENCE...
  • Page 581: Motor Assy 36/12

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 8.4 MOTOR ASSY 36/12 Rotation of MOTOR ASSY 36/12 is transmitted following the flow shown below. MOTOR ASSY 36/13 (Fuser Motor) BRACKET ASSY 2ND GEAR GEAR-27 GEAR-IDLER 2ND BTR ASSY GEAR-IDLER EXIT GEAR HR MOTOR ASSY MICRO GEAR-28 GEAR EXIT...
  • Page 582: Motor Assy Ph

    Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 8.5 MOTOR ASSY PH Rotation of MOTOR ASSY PH is transmitted following the flow shown below. MOTOR-PH GEAR 21/104 GEAR 43 GEAR 43 CLUTCH ASSY-PH CLUTCH ASSY-PH GEAR 28/40 ROLL REGI ROLL ASSY-PREREGI GEAR PICK UP ROLL ASSY REGI ROLL ASSY-200...
  • Page 583 Chapter 6 Principle s of O peration 6 - 46...
  • Page 584: Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams And Signal Information

    Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information CONTENTS 1. Connection Wiring Diagram..................7 - 1 1.1 Symbols in the General Connection Wiring Diagram................ 7 - 1 1.2 General Wiring Diagram ........................7 - 2 2.
  • Page 585 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information CONTENTS...
  • Page 586: Connection Wiring Diagram

    Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information 1. Connection Wiring Diagram 1.1 Symbols in the General Connection Wiring Diagram The symbols in the general connection wiring diagram are described below. Symbol Description Represents an interconnection between parts using wiring harness or wire. Represents an interconnection which differs according to the specifications.
  • Page 587: General Wiring Diagram

    Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information 1.2 General Wiring Diagram PWBA MCU ROS ASSY PL12.2.1 PL8.1.1 P/J407 P/J601 FUSER MOTOR P/J404 PL11.1.3 PL12.2.7 P/J400 P/J70 FUSER ASSY P/J614A P/J417 PL10.1.1 LV/HVPS P/J72 P/J602 PL12.2.3 P/J410 P/J502 CONTROL FUSER LOCK SWITCH PANEL PL10.1.6 P/J501...
  • Page 588: Interconnection Wiring Diagram Of Parts

    Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information 2. Interconnection Wiring Diagram of Parts 2.1 Notes on Using the Wiring Diagram between Parts The following describes the legend of the wiring diagrams between parts shown on the following pages. Symbols Description Denotes a plug.
  • Page 589 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Symbols Description Denotes a connection between wires. Denotes DC voltage when the interlock switch in HNB MCU WITH I/L +24VDC CPU turns on. +5VDC Denotes DC voltage. +3.3VDC Denotes signal ground. Denotes analog ground. Denotes the return.
  • Page 590: Configuration Of The Interconnection Wiring Diagram Of Parts

    Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information 2.2 Configuration of the Interconnection Wiring Diagram of Parts The interconnection wiring diagram is divided into 11 sections. § 1 to § 11 indicate details of the interconnections of parts. § 1 DC POWER SUPPLY Connections of LV/HVPS with PWBA MCU.
  • Page 591: Developer

    Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 7 DEVELOPER Connections of TEMP./HUMI. SENSOR with PWBA MCU. Connections of PWBA CRUM with PWBA MCU. Connections of MAGNET ROLL MOTOR ASSY with PWBA MCU. Connections of ROTARY HOME POSITION SENSOR with PWBA MCU. Connections of CRUM ANTENNA with PWBA MCU.
  • Page 592 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Blank Page 7 - 7...
  • Page 593 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 1 DC POWER SUPPLY LV/HVPS PWBA MCU PL12.2.6 PL12.2.4 P/J500 P/J401 POWER SAVE Power Save FRONT SHORT INTERLOCK WIRE SWITCH PL.1.1.29 P/J502 P/J115 P/J115 P/J116 P/J116 PL.1.1.7 +5VDC I/L +5VDC To 9 FUSER +5VDC PWBA MCU PL12.2.4...
  • Page 594 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § Over current protection All outputs (+24VDC, +5VDC, +3.3VDC) of LV/HVPS stop outputting when short circuit occurs with earth or ground. When the power of the printer is turned off after releasing short-circuit and the power is turned on after a certain duration passes, each output recovers.
  • Page 595 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 2 MSI&REGI PWBA MCU P/H MOTOR PL12.2.4 P/J409 P/J604 PL5.2.20 P/H MOT ON (H) +3.3VDC P/H MOT PWM +3.3VDC P/H MOT TG +3.3VDC INTERLOCK P/H MOT ON CW/CCW +24VDC I/L +24VDC P/J409 P/J605 I/L +24VDC SOLENOID...
  • Page 596 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description PAPER EMPTY SENSED Paper detect signal of MSI by Sensor Photo (No Paper Sensor) (H)+5VDC P/H MOTER ON (H) +3.3VDC P/H MOTER PWM Drive control signal of P/H MOTOR P/H MOTER FG P/H MOTER CW/CCW FEED SOL ON (L)
  • Page 597 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 3 FEEDER(250&500) PWBA MCU PWBA TRAY CONT Tray Interface PL12.2.4 PL3.2.12 (250) Connector INTERLOCK PL14.3.12 (500) +24VDC P/J436 J4358 P/J421 P/J608 P/J435 +5VDC TRAY N.C. N.C. +5VDC SENSOR +5VDC Other Tray +5VDC INTERLOCK INTERLOCK +24VDC...
  • Page 598 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description TRAY SENSOR Control signal of PWBA Tray Cont. FEED MOTOR ON (H)+ Control signal of Feeder Motor FEED CL ON (L)+24VDC ON/OFF signal of Feed Clutch Open/close detect signal of Rear Cover by Door Rear Cover DOOR SW OPEND (H)+5VDC Switch Paper detect signal of Paper Tray by Sensor Photo (No Paper...
  • Page 599 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 4 ROS PWBA ESS ROS ASSY PL12.2.2 PL8.1.1 PWBA LD P/J72 P/J602 P/J427 DATA- DATA+ PWBA MCU Single PL12.2.4 P/J407 P/J601 P/J424 Beam Laser DATA- Diode DATA+ P CONT LASER ON (L) +5VDC +5VDC VREF +3.3VDC...
  • Page 600 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description ESS DATA- Image signal from ESS ESS DATA+ MCU DATA- Image signal from MCU MCU DATA+ PCONT LASER ON (L) +5VDC Control signal of PWBA LD in ROS ASSY VREF SCANNER MOTOR ON (L)+5VDC Control signal of PWBA Scanner in ROS ASSY...
  • Page 601 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 5 XEROGRAPHIC PWBA MCU DRIVE ASSY PRO PL12.2.4 PL11.1.2 P/J411 IBT BRUSH MOTOR IBT BRUSH MOT ON IBT BRUSH MOT PWM IBT BRUSH MOT TG INTERLOCK IBT BRUSH MOT CW/CCW +24VDC I/L +24VDC IBT CLEANER RETRACT MOTOR P/J414...
  • Page 602 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description IBT BRUSH MOT ON IBT BRUSH MOT PWM Drive control signal of IBT Brush Motor IBT BRUSH MOT TG IBT BRUSH MOT CW/CCW IBT CLEN RET MOT ON Drive control signal of IBT Cleaner Retract Motor FULL TONER SENSED (H) Full toner detect signal by Sensor Photo (Sensor Toner Full) +5VDC...
  • Page 603 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 6 HIGH VOLTAGE LV/HVPS 12.2.6 PL12.2.4 P/J500 P/J401 1st BTR CONT IBT CLEANER H/L BCR CONT DEVE BIAS ON DEVE BIAS CONT IBT CLEANER ON 1st BTR REV ON 2nd BTR REV ON 1st BTR ON 2nd BTR ON DEVE BIAS CLK...
  • Page 604 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description 1st BTR CONT Voltage control signal of 1st BTR Bias IBT CLEANER H/L Voltage control signal of IBT CLEANER Bias BCR CONT Voltage control signal of BCR Bias DEVE BIAS ON ON/OFF signal of DEVE Bias DEVE BIAS CONT Voltage control signal of DEVE BIAS...
  • Page 605 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 7 DEVELOPER PWBA PL12.2.4 TEMP.HUMI.SENSOR PL12.1.3 P/J413 P/J104 +5VDC TEMP. +5VDC HUMI. +5VDC PWBA CRUM PL12.1.4 P/J412 P/J429 +5VDC DATA +5VDC CLOCK +5VDC MAGNET ROLL MOTOR ASSY PL11.1.5 MAGNET P/J405 ROLL MOTOR MAG ROLL MOT ON MAG ROLL MOT PWM MAG ROLL MOT TG...
  • Page 606 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description MAG ROLL MOT ON MAG ROLL MOT PWM Drive control signal of Magnet Roll Motor MAG ROLL MOT TG MAG ROLL MOT CW/CCW Temperature data in the printer measured by Sensor (Analog TEMP.
  • Page 607 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 8 2nd BTR PWBA MCU PL12.2.4 P/J418 P/J620 P/J111 +5VDC FUSER FUSER IN SENSED (L)+5VDC +5VDC IN SENSOR +5VDC PL6.1.3 P/J112 PULL UP +5VDC 2ND BTR RETRACT SENSOR RETRACT SENSED (H) +5VDC PL6.1.19 COVER OPENED (H) +3.3VDC 2ND BTR...
  • Page 608 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description Paper detect signal of 2nd BTR part by Sensor Photo (Fuser In FUSER IN SENSED (L)+5VDC Sensor) Retract detect signal of 2nd BTR part by Sensor Photo (2nd RETRACT SENSED (H)+5VDC BTR Retract Sensor) ADC SOL RELEASE ON (L) ON/OFF signal of Solenoid in Sensor ADC (shutter is at...
  • Page 609 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 9 FUSER FUSER MOTOR P/J404 PWBA MCU PL11.1.3 FUSER MOT ON (H) +3.3VDC PL12.2.4 FUSER MOT PWM +5VDC FUSER MOT TG Interlock +24VDC +5VDC I/L +24VDC FUSER ASSY PL10.1.1 P/J417 P/J614A P/J615 Safety Temp.
  • Page 610 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description FUSER MOT ON (H)+3.3VDC FUSER MOT PWM Drive control signal of Fuser Motor FUSER MOT TG FUSER MOT CW/CCW Heat Roll surface temperature data measured by Temp. Sensor for detecting high temperature (analog value) Temperature data measured by Temp.
  • Page 611 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information § 10 CONTROLLER PWBA ESS PWBA MCU PL12.2.2 PL12.2.4 P/J70 P/J400 PCAL PCOUNT HSYNC VSYNC READY PAGE CRDY SRDY LV/HVPS PL12.2.6 +3.3VDC +3.3VDC P/J71 P/J501 +3.3VDC +5VDC +5VDC +5VDC CONTROL PANEL PL1.1.15 P/J29 P/J220 +5VDC DATA...
  • Page 612 Chapter 7 Wiring Diagrams and Signal Information Signal line name Description PCAL Signal for changing over the pixel counter mode PCOUNT Pixel count signal Signal for determining image data range in main scanning HSYNC direction Signal for indicating registration position of each of images Y, VSYNC M, C and K Signal which shows whether or not the printer is in standby...
  • Page 613: Chapter 8 Printer Specifications

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications Chapter 8 Printer Specifications CONTENTS 1. Configuration of Printer....................8 - 1 1.1 Basic Configuration.......................... 8 - 1 1.2 Functional Configuration ........................8 - 1 2. Electrical Properties....................8 - 2 2.1 Power Source ..........................8 - 2 2.2 Power Consumption.........................
  • Page 614: Chapter 8 Printer Specifications Contents

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications Chapter 8 Printer Specifications CONTENTS 6.2 Installation Altitude......................... 8 - 13 6.3 Installation Horizontality ......................... 8 - 13 6.4 Ambient Lighting ..........................8 - 13 6.5 Strage Temperature of a Toner Cartridge..................8 - 13 7. Safety / Environment Conditions ................8 - 14 7.1 Safety Standard ..........................
  • Page 615 Chapter 8 Printer Specifications Chapter 8 Printer Specifications CONTENTS 10.8.1 Power Save Mode........................ 8 - 21 10.8.2 Transfer Time to Power Save Mode ..................8 - 21 10.8.3 Recovery from Power Save Mode ..................8 - 21 10.9 Utility Print............................ 8 - 22 10.9.1 Printer Settings List......................
  • Page 616 Chapter 8 Printer Specifications Chapter 8 Printer Specifications CONTENTS...
  • Page 617: Configuration Of Printer

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 1. Configuration of Printer 1.1 Basic Configuration The printer has the following basic configurations depending on the destination. • print engine main unit (MSI and 250 feeder unit as the standard paper feeding) • consumables (CRU) eg_Sec008_201 A 1.2 Functional Configuration Functional configuration of this printer is shown below.
  • Page 618: Electrical Properties

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 2. Electrical Properties 2.1 Power Source Two types of power source as follows are available for this printer, which are selected according to the specifications. 100V/115V/120V printer: . voltage: 100-127VAC ±10% (90 ~ 135V), frequency: 50/60Hz ± 3Hz 220/240V printer:.....
  • Page 619: Mechanical Properties

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 3. Mechanical Properties 3.1 Dimensions/Mass of Printer Width(mm) Depth(mm) Height(mm) Mass(kg) 25 or under Leg_Sec008_003FA 3.2 Dimensions/Mass of Paper Tray Tray Width(mm) Depth(mm) Height(mm) Mass(kg) For 250 sheet 7 or under A4/LT size For 250 sheet 7.5 or under Legal size For 500 sheet...
  • Page 620: Dimensions/mass Of Consumables (cru)

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 3.3 Dimensions/Mass of Consumables (CRU) 3.3.1 IBT ASSY (with a toner recovery cartridge) Width: 287mm ± 1% Depth: 310mm ± 1% Height: 109mm ± 1% Mass: 2.4kg ± 1% Reference: The IBT ASSY has CRUM (CRU memory) to record Leg_Sec008_006FA information.
  • Page 621: Cyan Toner Cartridge

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 3.3.6 Cyan toner cartridge Width: 52.7mm ± 1% Depth: 285.6mm ± 1% Height: 58.4mm ± 1% Mass: 0.196 (1k)/0.220 (2k)kg ± 1% Reference: The Cyan toner cartridge Leg_Sec008_008FA has CRUM (CRU memory) to record information. 3.4 Installation Space (min. installation space) Minimum space as shown below is required to install the printer when it is used for normal objects.
  • Page 622 Chapter 8 Printer Specifications Front view 20mm 251mm 300mm 100mm Leg_Sec008_202LA Side view 850mm (250FDR+500FDR) 25mm 2 mm 00mm (Legal CST) Leg_Sec008_203LA 8 – 6...
  • Page 623: Functions

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 4. Functions 4.1 Recording System Electro-photographic system employing OPC drum and intermediate belt 4.2 Exposure System Semiconductor laser beam scanning system 4.3 Development System Development with dry type 2-component developer 4.4 Fixing System Thermal fixing system by Free Belt Nip Fusing (FBNF) 4.5 Resolution Two types of resolutions can be switched.
  • Page 624: Warm-up Time

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 4.7 Warm-up Time When nominal voltage (100V, 115V, 220V) is applied, the printer will proceed to standby mode from POWER-ON within 37 seconds. Reference: Measured at 22°C, 55% RH, nominal voltage. 4.8 FPOT (First Print Output Time) FPOT time of the printer is shown in the table below.
  • Page 625: Input Properties

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 4.10 Input Properties 4.10.1 Paper pick-up system Paper pick-up with paper tray Feeding method of this printer is S-ARRF method. MSI paper pick-up The MSI (Multi Sheet Inserter) is equipped as standard. Selection of MSI is designated from the controller.
  • Page 626: Output Properties

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 4.11 Output Properties 4.11.1 Paper delivery system Paper can be delivered by the following method. FACE DOWN delivery 4.11.2 Paper delivery capacity FACE DOWN delivery 250 sheets (X-pressions Letter/A4 standard paper)* * 5% AREA COVERAGE for each color (in the case of color printing). 5% in the case of black and white.
  • Page 627: Paper

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 4.12 Paper 4.12.1 Paper type Paper which can be used with this printer is classified into standard paper, general paper and special paper. Standard paper Using this type of paper is recommended. Reliability, operability and print image quality are the application range of the specifications.
  • Page 628: Consumables

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 5. Consumables Consumables are usually replaced by costumers. In the event of recovery of failure attributable to consumables or isolation of failure, you may replace them. 5.1 Items of Consumables Black toner cartridge Cartridge to supply black toner to the development unit. Black toner cartridge has CRUM (CRU memory) to record information.
  • Page 629: Operating Environment

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 6. Operating Environment 6.1 Installation Temperature / Humidity Installation temperature and humidity on the condition without condensation is as follows. At operating: 5-32 °C, 15-85%RH At stopping: minus 20-40 °C, 5-85%RH 6.2 Installation Altitude 0 to 3,100m 6.3 Installation Horizontality Longitudinal levelness of table surface on which the printer is installed: 5mm Lateral levelness of table surface on which the printer is installed...
  • Page 630: Safety / Environment Conditions

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 7. Safety / Environment Conditions 7.1 Safety Standard 100V / 120V system UL60950 3rd Edition CSA C22.2 No.60950-00 220V / 240V system IEC60950 3rd Edition / EN60950 2000 7.2 Laser Safety Standard 100V / 120V system FDA21CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J, Section 1010, 1040 220V / 240V system IEC60825 Amendment 1 + Amendment 2 / EN60825-1 Amendment 11 + Amendment 2 Class 1...
  • Page 631: Print Image Quality

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 8. Print image Quality 8.1 Image Quality Guarantee Conditions The image quality is specified and guaranteed under the following conditions. 8.1.1 Environmental conditions Environment condition for evaluating image quality Temperature: 10-32 °C Humidity: 15-85%RH 8.1.2 Guaranteed paper The print image quality specified here is guaranteed with standard paper fed from the paper tray.
  • Page 632: Options To Be Installed By Users

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 9. Option 9.1 Options to be Installed by Users Users can install the following units. 250 Feeder Unit 500 Feeder Unit Legal cassette for 250 Feeder Unit 8 – 16...
  • Page 633: Ess Specification

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 10. ESS Specification 10.1 External Interface 10.1.1 USB Item Specification Connector Type-B x 1 Protocol USB2.0, HighSpeed Supported Client Windows2000/XP/2003Server PC with USB 10.1.2 Ethernet Item Specification Connection 10 Base-T/100Base-TX Protocol See Network Protocol for details Supported Client WindowsNT4.0/2000/XP/2003Server PC 10.2 Network Protocol...
  • Page 634: Decomposer

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 10.3 Decomposer 10.3.1 PDL/Emulation Decomposer is still PCL. However printer can accept the job generated only by the own printer driver. PDL/Emulation Interface/Protocol GDI like available available Port9100 available not available not available NetWare (P-Server) not available EtherTalk (A-PAP) not available not available...
  • Page 635: Job Control

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 10.4 Job Control 10.4.1 Cancel Print A print job in process can be cancelled at the operation panel. 10.4.2 Job Recovery When a job fails due to a paper jam, the printer automatically restarts the job after the jammed paper is removed.
  • Page 636: Logging

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 10.5 Logging 10.5.1 Job Logging The printer can retain up to 22 job logs. Job log can be printed instantly according to the user's request or automatically printed when the number of the retained job logs has reached 22. Job log includes the following information: •...
  • Page 637: 3rd Party Mode

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 10.7 3 Party Mode When life of toner cartridge has ended, the printer stops accepting print request (life of toner car- tridge is counted by the counter in CRUM). Taking into consideration that some users use refilled toner cartridges, the printer can accept print request by the user’s panel operation even if life of toner cartridge has ended.
  • Page 638: Utility Print

    Chapter 8 Printer Specifications 10.9 Utility Print 10.9.1 Printer Settings List Printer Settings List can be printed according to the user's request. Printer Settings List is printed in B/W on A4 size paper (Letter size paper for the US) in the automat- ically selected paper tray.

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