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    HP Color LaserJet 2600n Service Manual...

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    Microsoft Corporation. installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful The only warranties for HP products and Netscape™ and Netscape Navigator™ are interference to radio communications. services are set forth in the express U.S.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1 Product information Quick access to printer information......................2 Printer configuration..........................3 Printer features............................4 Walk around.............................6 Front view (shown with optional Tray 3).................6 Back and side view.........................7 Control panel...........................8 Understanding supplies status................8 Understanding printer status..................8 Understanding control panel layout...............9 Software..............................11 Supported drivers........................11 Software and supported operating systems............11...

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    Life expectancies of supplies ....................3 2 Checking and ordering supplies ..................32 To check status using the control panel .............32 To check and order supplies using HP Toolbox ..........32 Storing supplies ........................33 Replacing and recycling supplies ..................33 Replacing the print cartridges ................33 HP policy on non-HP supplies .....................33...

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    General timing chart ......................58 Printer calibration ......................... 5 9 5 Removal and replacement Overview..............................62 Service approach...........................63 Pre-service procedures......................63 Removal and replacement procedures....................64 Print cartridge replacement....................64 ETB removal and replacement.....................66 Fuser removal and replacement...................74 Formatter removal and replacement..................82 DC controller removal and replacement................86 Separation pad removal and replacement................88 Paper pickup roller removal and replacement..............89 Control panel removal and replacement................91...

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    Service menu........................1 37 Restoring the factory-set defaults..............138 To restore the factory-set defaults............138 General print quality issues....................138 Solving issues with color documents..................142 HP Toolbox............................1 44 HP Toolbox.........................144 To view HP Toolbox...................144 Troubleshooting tab...................144 Print quality troubleshooting pages..................144 Printer calibration........................ 1 44 Cleaning page........................144...

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    Diagnostic resources........................... 1 46 Reports menu........................146 Network/Web diagnostics tools...................146 Repetitive image defect ruler.......................147 Firmware and software updates......................148 7 Parts and diagrams Overview .............................150 Assembly locations ..........................1 54 Covers ..............................160 Internal assemblies ..........................162 Input devices ............................186 Diagrams ............................208 Alphabetical parts list...........................209 Numerical parts list..........................

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  • Page 11: List Of Tables

    List of tables Table 1-1 Printer features..........................4 Table 1-2 HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer software..................11 Table 1-3 Envelope specifications........................15 Table 1-4 Envelope size ranges........................1 6 Table 1-5 Tray 1 and Tray 2 specifications....................17 Table 1-6 Optional Tray 3 specifications......................18 Table 3-1 Print cartridge life ..........................32...

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    Table 7-16 250-sheet input tray (cassette) ....................191 Table 7-17 Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components ................193 Table 7-18 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 ..................197 Table 7-19 Tray 3 input tray (cassette) ......................201 Table 7-20 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) ..................205 Table 7-21 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) ..................207 Table 7-22...

  • Page 13: List Of Figures

    List of figures Figure 1-1 HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer......................3 Figure 1-2 Front view (shown with optional Tray 3)...................6 Figure 1-3 Back and side view...........................7 Figure 1-4 Transfer belt (ETB) and print cartridges...................7 Figure 1-5 Model and serial number information....................8 Figure 1-6 Control panel layout........................10...

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    Figure 7-11 PCB assembly location (Tray 2) ....................184 Figure 7-12 Tray 2 input tray (cassette) ......................186 Figure 7-13 250-sheet input tray (cassette) ....................190 Figure 7-14 Tray 2 input tray internal components ..................192 Figure 7-15 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 ..................196 Figure 7-16 Tray 3 input tray (cassette) ......................200 Figure 7-17...

  • Page 15: Product Information

    Product information This section provides information about the following topics: ● Quick access to printer information ● Printer configuration ● Printer features ● Walk around ● Software ● Print-media specifications ENWW...

  • Page 16: Quick Access To Printer Information

    Contains detailed information for using the printer and troubleshooting problems. This guide is available in two formats on the CD-ROM that came with the printer: in PDF format for printing and HTML format for online viewing. It is also available through the HP Toolbox software. Getting started guide Provides step-by-step instructions for installing and setting up the printer.

  • Page 17: Printer Configuration

    The HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer is available in the configuration described below. Figure 1-1 HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer The HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer is a four-color laser printer that prints eight pages per minute (ppm) in both monochrome (black and white) and color. ■...

  • Page 18: Printer Features

    True 600 by 600 dots per inch (dpi) text and graphics. ■ Adjustable settings to optimize print quality. ■ The HP UltraPrecise print cartridge has a finer toner formulation that provides sharper text and graphics. ■ Ease of use Few supplies to order. Supplies are easy to install.

  • Page 19: Installing Optional Tray 3

    Printer features (continued) Feature HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer ■ Supplies A Supplies Status page with print cartridge gauges that show the supply levels that remain. For HP supplies only. ■ No-shake cartridge design. ■ Authentication for HP print cartridges. ■...

  • Page 20: Walk Around

    Walk around The following illustrations identify the locations and names of key components of this printer. Front view (shown with optional Tray 3) Figure 1-2 Front view (shown with optional Tray 3) Output bin Printer control panel Front door Tray 2 (250 sheets) Tray 1 (single sheet priority feed slot) Tray 3 (optional;...

  • Page 21: Back And Side View

    Back and side view On/off switch Power connection Engine test button access door Access door Dust cover HP built-in internal print server for connecting to a 10/100Base-T network USB connection Figure 1-4 Transfer belt (ETB) and print cartridges Transfer belt (ETB) Print cartridges...

  • Page 22: Control Panel

    When the Ready light is blinking, pressing ) cancels the current job. ANCEL ■ When a supplies status gauge is blinking and the Attention light is on (indicating that a non-HP supply has been installed), pressing ) allows you to continue printing. ELECT...

  • Page 23: Understanding Control Panel Layout

    Generally, the Attention light blinks when the printer is out of paper, when a jam has occurred, or when other problems that need attention occur. The Attention light is on and one of the Supplies Status gauges is blinking the first time a non-HP supply is installed.

  • Page 24: Figure 1-6 Control Panel Layout

    Figure 1-6 Control panel layout Color print cartridge indicators Attention light (amber) Ready light (green) button ANCEL Message area button IGHT ARROW button ELECT button EFT ARROW Display Figure 1-7 Control panel display The printer display gives you information about the printer, job status, and levels of supplies. Message area Supplies gauges Print cartridge colors are indicated from left to right: black, yellow, cyan, and magenta...

  • Page 25: Software

    When you install the software for Windows, you can directly connect the printer to a computer by using a USB cable or you can connect the printer to the network by using HP built-in networking. See the Getting Started Guide for installation instructions, and see the Readme file for the latest software information.

  • Page 26: Software For Macintosh

    When you install the software for Macintosh, you can directly connect the printer to a computer by using a USB cable or you can connect the printer to the network by using HP built-in networking. If you are connected via the network, you can configure your printer using the embedded Web server.

  • Page 27: Macintosh Software

    Starting the Uninstaller Click Start, select Programs (All Programs for Windows XP) and choose HP. In the HP Color LaserJet 2600n program group, click the HP Color LaserJet 2600n uninstall icon. The uninstaller guides you through removing the printing system components.

  • Page 28: Print-media Specifications

    Hewlett-Packard has no control. Before purchasing large quantities of print media, always test a sample and make sure that the print media meets the requirements specified in the HP LaserJet Printer Family Print Media Guide available at http://www.hp.com/support/ljpaperguide.

  • Page 29: Envelopes

    Care should be taken not to purchase more paper than can be easily used in a short time (about three months). Paper stored for long periods can experience heat and moisture extremes, which can cause damage. Planning is important to prevent damage to a large supply of paper. Unopened paper in sealed reams can remain stable for several months before use.

  • Page 30: Table 1-4 Envelope Size Ranges

    depends upon the quality of the envelopes. When selecting envelopes, consider the following components: ■ Weight: The weight of the envelope paper should not exceed 90 g/m (24 lb) or jamming might occur. ■ Construction: Before printing, envelopes should lie flat with less than 6 mm (0.25 inch) curl, and should not contain air.

  • Page 31: Labels

    Labels Select the type of label that you are using from the Print dialog box or the printer driver. CAUTION To avoid damaging the printer, use only labels that are recommended for laser printers. To prevent serious jams, always use Tray 1 or Tray 2 to print on labels. Never print on the same sheet of labels more than once or print on a partial sheet of labels.

  • Page 32: Unsupported Media (media To Avoid)

    (8.5 x 14 inches) HP LaserJet glossy paper Same as the preceding 75 to 163 g/m (20 to 43 lb) Single sheet of HP LaserJet and HP LaserJet photo paper listed minimum and glossy paper or HP LaserJet maximum sizes.

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    ■ Labels that are not specifically recommended for laser printers ■ Labels that are separating from the backing sheet or are wrinkled or damaged in any way ■ Transparencies that are not specifically recommended for laser printers ■ Media that has been stored in a high-humidity environment ■...

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    Chapter 1 Product information ENWW...

  • Page 35: Installation

    Installation This chapter contains information about the following topics. ● Site preparation ● Package contents ● Install input devices ENWW...

  • Page 36: Site Preparation

    Site preparation Below are recommendations for the printer location and placement. Operating environment The printer must be kept in a proper location to maintain the performance level that has been set at the factory. In particular, be sure that the environment adheres to the specifications listed in this chapter.

  • Page 37: Minimum System Requirements

    Walls or other objects. There must be enough space around the printer for proper access and ventilation Minimum system requirements The minimum system requirements for the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer are listed below: ■ 150 MB of free hard disk space ■...

  • Page 38: Package Contents

    Package contents Figure 2-2 Package contents lists the package contents for the HP Color LaserJet 2600n. Figure 2-2 Package contents HP Color LaserJet 2600n Output tray Power cable Dust cover Getting Started Guide Software and user documentation CD-ROM Chapter 2...

  • Page 39: Install Input Devices

    Use Tray 1 when feeding one sheet of paper, or one envelope, postcard, label, HP LaserJet glossy paper, HP LaserJet Photo paper, or transparency. You can also use Tray 1 to print the first page on different media than the rest of the document.

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    The paper will reach the sensor after 140 mm (5.5 inches) has been inserted. The printer will then pause for .5 second before it pulls the paper into the printer. HP recommends holding the paper on both sides when inserting.

  • Page 41: Installing Supplies

    Replace yellow cartridge, Replace magenta cartridge, Replace cyan cartridge, Replace black cartridge. The control panel display also indicates the color that should be replaced (unless a genuine HP cartridge is not currently installed). To change the print cartridge Turn off the printer.

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    Remove the new print cartridge from the bag. Place the used print cartridge in the bag for recycling. Grasp both sides of the print cartridge by the blue handles and distribute the toner by gently rocking the print cartridge from front to back. CAUTION Do not touch the shutter or the surface of the roller.

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    Installation is complete. Place the used print cartridge in the box in which the new cartridge arrived. See the enclosed recycling guide for recycling instructions. If you are using a non-HP print cartridge, check the printer control panel for further instructions. For more information about using non-HP print cartridges, see HP policy on non-HP supplies.

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    Chapter 2 Installation ENWW...

  • Page 45: Managing And Maintenance

    Managing and maintenance This chapter contains information about the following topics. ● Managing supplies ● Cleaning the printer ● Calibrating the printer ENWW...

  • Page 46: Managing Supplies

    You can configure HP Toolbox to notify you when the supplies are low. You can choose to receive alerts by e-mail or as a pop-up message or taskbar icon. To order supplies using the HP Toolbox, in the Other Links area, click Order supplies. You must have Internet access to connect to the website.

  • Page 47: Storing Supplies

    When you insert a supply into the printer, the printer will inform you if the supply is not a genuine HP supply. If you insert a genuine HP supply that has reached the low state from another HP printer, the printer identifies the supply as non-HP.

  • Page 48: Cleaning The Printer

    HP Toolbox. To clean the printer at the printer NOTE If you have access to HP Toolbox, HP recommends cleaning the paper path by using HP Toolbox. Use the following procedure to clean the printer at the printer. Use the...

  • Page 49: To Clean The Fuser Using Hp Toolbox

    To clean the fuser using HP Toolbox NOTE Use the following procedure to clean the fuser using the HP Toolbox. To clean the engine when the computer is running an operating system that does not support HP Toolbox, see the late-breaking Readme on the root of the CD-ROM, or visit http://www.hp.com/support/...

  • Page 50: Calibrating The Printer

    On the desktop, double-click the HP Toolbox icon. ● On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP, point to HP Color LaserJet 2600n, and click HP Color LaserJet 2600n Toolbox. Click the Troubleshooting tab and then click Troubleshooting Tools (on the left side of the screen).

  • Page 51: Operational Theory

    Operational theory This chapter contains information about the following topics. ● Engine control system ● Image formation system ● Pickup and feed system ● Service-only tools (SERVICE ONLY) ENWW...

  • Page 52: Engine Control System

    Engine control system Basic sequence of operation The operational sequence of the printer is controlled by the microcomputer on the DC controller printed circuit board (PCB). The purposes of each period, from power-on until the main motor stops after the completion of printing, are listed below. See General timing chart for a detailed timing chart.

  • Page 53: Power-on Sequence

    Figure 4-1 Engine control system Power-on sequence The power-on sequence is for the purpose of the printer initialization and checking for possible malfunctions. The following is the sequence from when the printer is turned on until it enters STBY mode. Power on Central processing unit (CPU) initialization ASIC initialization...

  • Page 54: Main Motor Failure Detection

    The specifications of each motor are listed in the following table. Table 4-2 Motor specifications Name Purpose Type Direction of Failure detection rotation Motor Main motor (M1) Drive ETB belt, DC motor photosensitive drum and developing cylinder Fuser/delivery Drive fuser Stepping motor CW/CCW motor (M2)

  • Page 55: Image Formation System

    Image formation system The image formation system serves as the nerve center of the printer and forms a toner image on paper. It is controlled by the DC controller. The DC controller controls the laser/scanner unit and the high-voltage power supply PCB to form an image on paper according to the VIDEO signals (VDO, / VDO) upon reception of a print command from the formatter.

  • Page 56: Figure 4-2 Image Formation System

    Figure 4-2 Image formation system Chapter 4 Operational theory ENWW...

  • Page 57: Image Formation Process

    Image formation process Figure 4-3 Image formation process ENWW Image formation system...

  • Page 58: Latent Image Formation

    The principal process of image formation is described here. The print process can be broadly divided into 5 stages with 7 steps. A toner image is formed on paper as it goes through each process. The following figure illustrates the stages and steps of the print process as follows. Electrostatic latent image formation stage Forms an electrostatic latent image on the photosensitive drum.

  • Page 59: Laser/scanner System

    Figure 4-4 Latent image formation Laser/scanner system The laser/scanner system forms latent images on the photosensitive drum according to the VIDEO signals sent from the formatter. It consists of the laser driver PCB, the scanner motor, and so forth. The figure below illustrates the laser/scanner unit. Figure 4-5 Laser beam exposure Developing stage...

  • Page 60: Print Cartridge

    Figure 4-6 Developing stage The toner has an insulating property and has negative charge potential from friction with the rotating developing cylinder and the developing blade surface. The area of the photosensitive drum, where the laser beam is exposed, has higher potential than the toner, which is charged negatively on the cylinder.

  • Page 61: Transfer Belt (etb)

    Figure 4-7 Print cartridge structure Transfer belt (ETB) The ETB unit feeds paper as well as transfers toner onto the paper. The ETB unit consists of the ETB, ETB feed roller, ETB driven roller, and color misregistration/ density sensor unit. As the main motor rotates the ETB feed roller, the ETB feed roller rotates the ETB belt.

  • Page 62: Transfer Stage

    Figure 4-8 ETB unit Transfer stage The transfer stage is to transfer the toner image on the photosensitive drum surface onto paper. Figure 4-9 Transfer stage Chapter 4 Operational theory ENWW...

  • Page 63: Separation Stage

    The toner on the photosensitive drum surface is transferred onto the paper according to the positive charge from the back side of the paper. Each color’s toner image is transferred in order of M, C, Y, and K, and forms one toner image overlaying one color’s image on another. Separation stage Figure 4-10 Separation stage...

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    not require the power supply during STBY mode, and saves energy. As for the printer, the DC positive bias is applied to the fuser pressure roller, so the transferred toner stays harder on the paper and toner scattering to the fuser film (offset) is prevented. Chapter 4 Operational theory ENWW...

  • Page 65: Pickup And Feed System

    Pickup and feed system The pickup/feed system, which picks up and feeds paper, consists of the various feed rollers. This printer has two pickup sources: the cassette and the manual feed slot, and one delivery source: the face-down tray. The following components are part of the pickup and feed system: ■...

  • Page 66: Figure 4-12 Paper Pickup And Feed System

    Figure 4-12 Paper pickup and feed system Registration paper sensor Cassette paper sensor Manual feed slot paper sensor Chapter 4 Operational theory ENWW...

  • Page 67: Manual Feed Slot Pickup Mechanism

    Fuser delivery paper sensor Pre-fuser paper sensor Paper width sensor Pressure alienation sensor Main motor Fuser/Delivery motor Pickup motor Cassette pickup solenoid Magenta, cyan, and yellow developing cylinder drive solenoid Black developing cylinder drive solenoid Manual feed slot pickup mechanism This mechanism picks up one sheet of paper only that is inserted into the manual feed slot and then into the printer.

  • Page 68: Jam Detection

    Figure 4-13 Skew correction Jam detection This printer is provided with the following paper detection sensors to detect the presence of paper and whether or not the paper feed is operating normally. ■ Registration paper sensor (SR1) ■ Pre-fuser paper sensor (SR5) ■...

  • Page 69: Solenoid, Motor, And Fan Locations

    Solenoid, motor, and fan locations The following illustration shows the locations of the solenoids, motor, and fan. Figure 4-14 Location of solenoids, motors, and fans Pickup solenoid (SL1) Magenta, cyan, and yellow developing cylinder drive solenoid (SL2) Black developing cylinder drive solenoid (SL3) Main motor (M1) Fusing/delivery motor (M2) Pickup motor (M3)

  • Page 70: 250-sheet Tray Solenoid And Printed Circuit Locations

    Figure 4-15 Location of printed circuit assemblies DC controller PCB Low-voltage power supply PCB High-voltage power supply PCB Memory controller PCB 250-sheet tray solenoid and printed circuit locations The following illustration shows the locations of the 250-sheet tray solenoid and printed circuit assembly.

  • Page 71: Figure 4-16 Location Of 250-sheet Tray Solenoid And Printed Circuit Assembly

    Figure 4-16 Location of 250-sheet tray solenoid and printed circuit assembly Paper feeder PCB Paper feeder pickup solenoid (SL-4) Paper pickup feeder unit ENWW Pickup and feed system...

  • Page 72: Service-only Tools (service Only)

    Service-only tools (SERVICE ONLY) General timing chart Chapter 4 Operational theory ENWW...

  • Page 73: Printer Calibration

    Calibration settings are configured with Printer Management Language (PML)/Printer Job Language (PJL) commands, except for new cartridge installation. Calibration can also be configured using the embedded Web server and HP Toolbox. Calibration occurs during the following conditions and intervals: ■...

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    Calibrating the printer at the control panel Use the following steps to calibrate the printer using the printer control panel. Use the ) or the ) button to select SYSTEM SETUP and then press EFT ARROW IGHT ARROW ELECT Use the ) or the ) button to select PRINT QUALITY and then press EFT ARROW...

  • Page 75: Removal And Replacement

    Removal and replacement This chapter contains information about the following topics. ● Overview ● Service approach ● Removal and replacement procedures ENWW...

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    Overview Removal and replacement strategy Replace parts in the reverse order of their removal. Directions for difficult or critical replacement procedures are included in this section. WARNING! The sheet-metal edges of the product can be sharp. Use caution when working on the product.

  • Page 77: Service Approach

    Service approach Field Service on this printer is limited to a recommended time of 30 minutes, which includes troubleshooting, teardown, and repair. Repairs that require more time should not be made and the printer should be replaced. The following are the major internal assemblies that can be replaced on this printer. ■...

  • Page 78: Removal And Replacement Procedures

    Removal and replacement procedures Print cartridge replacement Open the front door. CAUTION Do not place anything on the transfer belt (ETB), which is located on the inside of the front door. Remove the used print cartridge from the printer. Remove the new print cartridge from the bag. Place the used print cartridge in the bag for recycling.

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    Grasp both sides of the print cartridge by the blue handles and distribute the toner by gently rocking the print cartridge from back to front. CAUTION Do not touch the shutter or the surface of the roller. Remove the orange shipping locks and the orange shipping tape from the new print cartridge. Discard the shipping tape and shipping locks according to local regulations.

  • Page 80: Etb Removal And Replacement

    Installation is complete. Place the used print cartridge in the box in which the new cartridge arrived. See the enclosed recycling guide for recycling instructions. If you are using a non-HP print cartridge, check the printer control panel for further instructions. NOTE When replacing or changing a black print cartridge, a cleaning page will automatically print.

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    Remove three (3) screws, two (2) from the right cover assembly and one (1) from the left cover assembly. Two (2) screws on right cover assembly One (1) screw on left cover assembly Open the front door. ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Remove the right cover (RM1–1858–000CN), carefully twisting the front edges of the side covers outward to remove. NOTE To make the removal of the right cover assembly easier, release the tab on the inside of the cover. Release tab Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Remove the left cover. Squeeze the white link lever on the left side. ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Remove the screw on the right white plastic catch, and then remove the plastic catch. Close the ETB. Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Remove the small black cable cover (RC1–5147–000CN) on the left side of the printer by carefully snapping it out of place. Remove one (1) grounding screw from the ETB harness. Pull out the white wire holder by pushing it up. White wire holder ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Pull out the ETB connector. ETB connector Remove one (1) screw from each hinge cam on both sides. Using needle-nose pliers, remove the hinge left cam (RC1–4249–000CN) and the right hinge cam (RC1–5311–000CN). Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Remove the ETB. Use the following procedure to replace the ETB. Align each foot of the ETB with the respective holes, securing the right side first, and then the left side. Alignment location Complete replacement by following steps 1 through 14 above in reverse order. NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots.

  • Page 88: Fuser Removal And Replacement

    Tabs Fuser removal and replacement Use the following procedure to remove the fuser. Unplug the power cable. Remove the paper delivery tray assembly (RM1–1859–000CN). Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Remove two (2) screws from the right cover assembly (RM1–1858–000CN). Two (2) screws Remove the right cover assembly, carefully disengaging the catches. Unplug the control panel cable. ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Insert a screwdriver to loosen the release tab on each side of the upper face cover. Remove the upper face cover (RC1–5174–000CN). Remove four (4) screws from the upper cover (RC1–5176–000CN). Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Lift up and remove the face-down cover (RC1–5173–000CN). Remove the output tray by releasing the tabs. Release tabs Unplug the harness from the fuser motor. ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Open two (2) clips and remove one (1) clip to remove the fuser connector. Open clips Remove clip Fuser connector Remove clip from the board by pulling up Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Unplug two (2) 3-pin optical encoder wires. Unplug the red high-voltage bias wire. Remove the thermistor wire. ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Remove the cables from the wiring harness. Remove three (3) screws from the fuser chassis. Three (3) screws Gently rocking if necessary, roll the fuser (RM1–1820–00CN for 110V) or (RM1–1821–000CB for 220V) forward to remove. Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Use the following procedure to replace the fuser. Align the fuser tabs with their respective holes. Complete replacement by following steps 1 through 18 above in reverse order. NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots.

  • Page 96: Formatter Removal And Replacement

    Formatter removal and replacement Use the following procedure to remove the formatter. Remove the cassette dust cover (RC1–5200–000CN). Remove nine (9) screws from the rear plate (RC1–5227–000CN). Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Remove the rear plate. ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Unplug three (3) connectors: two (2) data connectors and one (1) power connector. Flat cable Power cables VW-1 flat cable Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Remove four (4) screws from the formatter. Lifting it up, remove the formatter. To replace the formatter, follow steps 1 through 6 above in reverse order. NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots.

  • Page 100: Dc Controller Removal And Replacement

    DC controller removal and replacement Use the following procedure to remove the DC controller. Remove the cassette dust cover (RC1–5200–000CN). Remove nine (9) screws from the rear plate (RC1–5227–000CN). Remove the rear plate. Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Gently unplug 16 connectors. Remove four (4) screws from the DC controller. Four (4) screws Remove the DC controller PCB assembly (RM1–1975–000CN). ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

  • Page 102: Separation Pad Removal And Replacement

    To replace the DC controller, follow steps 1 through 6 above in reverse order. Separation pad removal and replacement Use the following procedure to remove the separation pad. Remove Tray 2 (shown) or optional Tray 3. Remove two (2) screws that attach the separation pad. Remove the separation pad assembly (RC1–5356–000CN).

  • Page 103: Paper Pickup Roller Removal And Replacement

    Paper pickup roller removal and replacement Use the following procedures to remove the paper pickup roller. Open the front door. Remove the print cartridges. ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Remove two (2) screws. Two (2) screws Remove the pre-transfer guide (RC1–5419–000CN). Use a small screwdriver to pull back on the tabs. Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

  • Page 105: Control Panel Removal And Replacement

    Rotating it towards the back, remove the paper pickup roller (RC1-5440-000CN). To replace the paper pickup roller, follow steps 1 through 6 above in reverse order. Control panel removal and replacement Use the following procedure to remove the control panel. Remove two (2) screws from the right cover assembly.

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    Remove the paper delivery tray assembly (RM1–1859–000CN). Remove the right cover assembly (RM1–1858–000CN), carefully twisting the front edges of the side covers outward to remove. Unplug the control panel cable. Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Lift up and remove the upper face cover (RC1-5173-000CN). Remove four (4) screws from the upper cover (RC1–5176–000CN). ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Remove one (1) screw from the inside upper cover (RC1–5178–000CN) and then remove the black output guide. Remove two (2) screws from the control panel. Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

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    Remove the control panel assembly (RM1–1983–000CN). To replace the control panel, follow steps 1 through 9 above in reverse order. NOTE When replacing the right cover, align the tabs on the upper edge of the right cover and lower edge of the face-down cover with their respective slots. Tabs ENWW Removal and replacement procedures...

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    Chapter 5 Removal and replacement ENWW...

  • Page 111: Troubleshooting

    ● Troubleshooting process ● Clearing jams ● Print problems ● Functional tests (SERVICE ONLY) ● Service mode functions (SERVICE ONLY) ● Troubleshooting tools ● HP Toolbox ● Diagnostic resources ● Repetitive image defect ruler ● Firmware and software updates ENWW...

  • Page 112: Troubleshooting Process

    Troubleshooting process Use the troubleshooting checklist to solve issues with the device. Troubleshooting checklist Follow the steps below when trying to solve a problem with the device. Table 6-1 Troubleshooting checklist Step Verification step Possible problems Solutions number Is the power on? No power due to failed power source, Verify that the device is plugged in.

  • Page 113: Clearing Jams

    Clearing jams This section contains information about clearing jams. Paper path Figure 6-1 Paper path For paper path sensor locations, see Figure 4-12 Paper pickup and feed system. ENWW Clearing jams...

  • Page 114: Common Causes Of Paper Jams

    For information about clearing jams from the output area, Output jams. The print media that is being used does not meet HP Use only paper that meets HP specifications. For more specifications. information, see the HP LaserJet Printer Family Print Media Guide or go to http://www.hp.com/support/ljpaperguide.

  • Page 115: Where To Look For Jams

    Where to look for jams Jams can occur in these locations: ■ Inside the printer ■ In input areas ■ In the output area ■ Paper path The following illustration identifies the stages when jams can occur. Figure 6-2 Jam locations and stages Pickup stage Feeder stage Transfer/feed stage...

  • Page 116: Jams Inside The Printer

    Find and remove the jam by using the instructions on the following pages. If the location of the jam is not obvious, first look inside the printer. Loose toner might remain in the printer after a jam. This problem should resolve itself after a few sheets have been printed.

  • Page 117: Input Jams

    Carefully grasp the jammed paper by both corners and pull slowly to remove the paper. Close the front door. Input jams Tray 1 If the jammed paper is easily accessible from the outside of the printer, grasp both edges of the paper and firmly pull to remove.

  • Page 118: Tray 2

    Tray 2 Open the front door of the printer and remove paper as indicated on the jam instruction label, located on the interior right side of the printer. Input jams are indicated on the label with the number 3. Figure 6-3 Tray 2 input jam label Output jams Jams in the top bin...

  • Page 119: Pickup Delay Jam

    Open and close the front door. Pickup delay jam The printer performs the retry control, which executes the pickup operation three times, to retrieve the pickup delay jam caused by the pickup error. When the registration paper sensor (SR1) does not detect the leading edge of the paper within approximately 2.5 seconds (4.5 seconds for optional cassette) after the pickup solenoid (SL1) is turned ON, the CPU tries to pick up the paper three times.

  • Page 120: Door Open Jam

    Door open jam The CPU determines the door open jam, when either the pre-fuser paper sensor (SR5) or the fuser delivery paper width sensor (SR4) detects paper when a door open is detected. Chapter 6 Troubleshooting ENWW...

  • Page 121: Print Problems

    A paper jam has occurred in the output area. Clear the jam, and then press the ) button on the control panel. ELECT Output bin Load paper The HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer is out Please load specified paper type into the of paper. tray indicated. Load Tray X...

  • Page 122: Critical Error Messages

    Control panel message Description Recommended action Manual feed The printer is waiting for paper in the tray Load the paper as indicated. indicated. Press Memory is low The device memory has been almost Allow the device to finish the job, or press completely filled.

  • Page 123: Supplies Messages

    10.1003 = Yellow print cartridge HP supplies The printer transitioned from having one or No action required. more non-HP supplies to having all HP installed supplies installed. One of the following messages may display: The <color> print cartridge not installed Reinstall the <color>...

  • Page 124

    Press Non HP supply A non HP (cloned or refilled) supply has If you believe you purchased an HP supply, been installed that is not made by HP and please call the HP fraud hotline at in use was overridden.

  • Page 125

    The supplies gauge will display the consumption levels of print cartridges. ORDER SUPPLIES Multiple supplies are low. For more information go to the HP Color LaserJet 2600n toolbox and click Supplies alternates with Status. To order supplies online, click Order Supplies.

  • Page 126: Status Messages

    Description Recommended action Unauthorized A new supply has been installed that is not If you believe you purchased an HP supply, made by HP and was overridden. please call the HP fraud hotline at supply in use 1-877-219-3183. Service or repairs...

  • Page 127: Reports Menu

    Reports menu The following reports are available from the Reports menu. ■ Demo Page—used to help market the product at retail stores ■ Menu structure—highlights the control panel menu layout ■ Config report—details all default device settings including network configuration and information ■...

  • Page 128: Configuration Page

    Configuration page The Configuration page lists the current settings and properties of the printer. You can print a Configuration page from the printer or HP Toolbox. To print the Configuration page from the printer, Configuration page. Table 6-3 Configuration page Product information.

  • Page 129

    DC controller version. This section lists the DC controller version. USB settings. This section contains information for the USB setting options. ■ U=0 Hi speed ■ U=4 Full speed ■ U=5 Full speed auto switched from hi speed Extended print modes enabled. The following list contains the options for enabling extended print modes. ■...

  • Page 130: Supplies Status Page

    Supplies Status page The Supplies Status page lists the remaining life of HP print cartridges. It also lists the estimated pages remaining, number of pages printed, and other supplies information. You can print a Supplies Status page from the printer or the HP Toolbox.

  • Page 131: Table 6-5 Status Log Messages

    Yellow e-label error 10.1000 Black e-label missing 10.1001 Cyan e-label missing 10.1002 Magenta e-label missing 10.1003 Yellow e-label missing 10.3000 Non-HP black 10.3001 Non-HP cyan 10.3002 Non-HP magenta 10.3003 Non-HP yellow 13.0000 Paper jam, Tray 1 area 13.0001 Paper jam, Tray 2 area 13.0002...

  • Page 132: Service Menu Settings

    Table 6-5 Status log messages (continued) Error log code Description 54.2801 Sensor color plane registration contaminated 55.0000 Engine comm fatal error 55.0001 Engine comm critical error 55.1000 DC controller memory error 57.0000 Fan motor error 57.0001 Fan cartridge failure 59.0000 Paper path/ETB rotation failure 59.0001 Paper path/ETB ramp up failure...

  • Page 133: Printed Image Quality Problems

    HP Toolbox, see Toolbox. The following menus contain paper type, print mode, and print-quality settings. To restore the default settings, open the HP Toolbox and click Device Settings. Then click Settings, Service, and in Restore Factory Settings, click Restore. Paper Types menu The purpose of this menu is to specify the print mode for paper types which are non-specific.

  • Page 134: Print Modes Menu

    Envelopes Print Modes menu Under the Print Modes menu in HP Toolbox, each Media Type will have a Fusing menu, a Transfer menu, and a Toner menu. Select a setting for each menu item. Media types are listed with the plain papers together, glossy papers together, and special media at the end.

  • Page 135: Print Quality Menu

    Tone curve is scaled back so that solid is not 100% halftone Print quality menu Under the Print Quality menu in HP Toolbox, there will be an Optimize section containing a number of On/Off adjustments which will apply to all media types. Table 6-8...

  • Page 136: To Temporarily Change Print-quality Settings

    If the pages do not print correctly, the problem is with the hardware. Print a Demo page from the HP Toolbox. If the page prints, the problem is with the printer driver. Try printing from a different program. If the page prints correctly, the problem is with the program from which you were printing.

  • Page 137: Paper Handling Issues

    Load the tray with enough media to complete the print job. (See the HP Color LaserJet 2600n User Guide for information about configuring the input trays.) Cannot select a tray or feature to use When you cannot select a tray or feature to use, use the following procedure to troubleshoot and resolve problems.

  • Page 138: Table 6-9 Performance Issues

    Table 6-9 Performance issues (continued) Problem Cause Solution The device might be malfunctioning. To check the device, print a Configuration page. Pages print very slowly. Heavier media types can slow the print Print on a different type of media. job. Complex pages will print slower.

  • Page 139: Functional Tests (service Only)

    Functional tests (SERVICE ONLY) Engine test print The engine test print is used to confirm whether the printer operates correctly or not. It is performed by the engine controller. If a malfunction occurs in the printer, perform an engine test print while the printer is in STBY mode and then press the test print switch (on the rear side of the printer) once.

  • Page 140: Service Mode Functions (service Only)

    Service mode functions (SERVICE ONLY) Cold reset Cold-reset, which power-cycles the engine with a special button press, is not supported for this printer. Instead, use the feature “Restore defaults” located in the Service menu to reset default settings. For more information, see Service menu.

  • Page 141: Restoring Page Counts And Serial Number

    Turn on the printer. When you see the message Permanent storage init displays, release the ) and EFT ARROW ) buttons. IGHT ARROW When the super NVRAM init is complete, the printer will return to the Ready state. Restoring page counts and serial number A software utility is available on the Service and Support CD-ROM to restore page counts and serial numbers when the formatter is replaced or when any of the following settings are lost: ■...

  • Page 142: Troubleshooting Tools

    This section describes the pages and reports that help you diagnose and solve problems with the device. Demo page To print the Demo page, press the ) and ) buttons on the printer EFT ARROW IGHT ARROW control panel simultaneously. You can also print this page from the HP Toolbox. Chapter 6 Troubleshooting ENWW...

  • Page 143: Configuration Page

    Configuration page The Configuration page lists the current settings and properties of the printer. You can print a Configuration page from the printer or HP Toolbox. To print the Configuration page from the printer, complete the following steps. Press the ) or the ) buttons to select the Reports menu.

  • Page 144

    Memory. This section lists memory-related information, such as the total memory that is installed. Paper settings. This section lists information about the media type for each tray and about the type settings for all the media that the printer supports. Page counts.

  • Page 145: Event Log

    Supplies Status page The Supplies Status page lists the remaining life of the HP print cartridges. It also lists the estimated pages remaining, number of pages printed, and other supplies information. You can print a Supplies Status page from the device or HP Toolbox. To print from the device, complete the following steps.

  • Page 146: Fuser Cleaning Page

    A paper jam has occurred in the output area. Clear the jam, and then press the ) button on the control panel. ELECT Output bin Load paper The HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer is out Please load specified paper type into the of paper. tray indicated. Load Tray X...

  • Page 147: Critical Error Messages

    Control panel message Description Recommended action Manual feed The printer is waiting for paper in the tray Load the paper as indicated. indicated. Press Memory is low The device memory has been almost Allow the device to finish the job, or press completely filled.

  • Page 148: Supplies Messages

    10.1003 = Yellow print cartridge HP supplies The printer transitioned from having one or No action required. more non-HP supplies to having all HP installed supplies installed. One of the following messages may display: The <color> print cartridge not installed Reinstall the <color>...

  • Page 149

    Press Non HP supply A non-HP (cloned or refilled) supply has If you believe you purchased an HP supply, been installed that is not made by HP and please call the HP fraud hotline at in use was overridden. 1-877-219-3183 or go to the HP anti- counterfeit website at http://www.hp.com/go/...

  • Page 150

    The supplies gauge will display the consumption levels of print cartridges. ORDER SUPPLIES Multiple supplies are low. For more information go to the HP Color LaserJet 2600n toolbox and click Supplies alternates with Status. To order supplies online, click Order Supplies.

  • Page 151: Status Messages

    Description Recommended action Unauthorized A new supply has been installed that is not If you believe you purchased an HP supply, made by HP and was overridden. please call the HP fraud hotline at supply in use 1-877-219-3183. Service or repairs...

  • Page 152: Restoring The Factory-set Defaults

    HP specifications. One or more print cartridges might be Replace any low print cartridges. low. If you are using non-HP print If none of the print cartridges is low or cartridges, no messages appear on the empty, remove the print cartridges one...

  • Page 153

    One or more print cartridges might be Replace any low print cartridges. low. If you are using non-HP print cartridges, no messages appear on the device control panel or in the HP Toolbox. Toner smears appear on the media.

  • Page 154

    The paper path might need cleaning. Clean the device. The fuser might be damaged or dirty. Clean using instructions in HP Toolbox. A print cartridge may have a problem. To determine which cartridge has a problem, print the PQ diagnostics page from HP Toolbox.

  • Page 155

    Print speed might be slower if you are using heavy paper. The media might not meet HP Use a different paper, such as high- specifications. quality paper that is intended for color laser printers.

  • Page 156: Solving Issues With Color Documents

    One or more print cartridges might be Replace any low print cartridges. low. If you are using non-HP print cartridges, no messages appear on the device control panel or in the HP Toolbox. The control panel is set for override.

  • Page 157

    Another print cartridge might be low. If Remove the print cartridge for the color you load a new print cartridge. you are using a non-HP print cartridge, that is printing inconsistently and it might be low or empty but you will reinstall it.

  • Page 158: Hp Toolbox

    ■ On the Windows desktop, double-click the HP Toolbox icon. ■ On the Windows Start menu, click Programs (All Programs in Windows XP), click HP, click HP Color LaserJet 2600n, and then click HP Color LaserJet 2600n toolbox. Troubleshooting tab HP Toolbox includes a Troubleshooting tab that contains links to the following main pages: ■...

  • Page 159: Configuration Page

    At the computer, press the Clean button. Configuration page The Configuration page lists the current settings and properties of the printer. You can print a Configuration page from the printer or HP Toolbox. To print the Configuration page from the printer, Configuration page.

  • Page 160: Diagnostic Resources

    For a more detailed description about the diagnostic tools available from the Reports menu, see Reports menu in the Print problems section. Network/Web diagnostics tools For information on available network and Web diagnostic tools, go to http://www.hp.com/support/ clj2600n. Chapter 6 Troubleshooting ENWW...

  • Page 161: Repetitive Image Defect Ruler

    Repetitive image defect ruler Use a repetitive image defect ruler to measure occurrences of repetitive image defects to help solve image quality problems. Place the ruler next to the first occurrence of the defect on the page. Find the distance between identical defects and see the Table 6-15 Repetitive image defects table to identify the component that is causing the defect.

  • Page 162: Firmware And Software Updates

    Firmware and software updates Use the following procedure to periodically check for firmware and software updates. Go to http://www.hp.com/support/clj2600n. Select Download drivers and software and then select the appropriate operating system for you computer. Follow the instructions provided on the download pages.

  • Page 163: Parts And Diagrams

    Parts and diagrams NOTE In this chapter, part numbers are only listed for available replaceable parts. References to non-replaceable parts are provided for identification. This section contains the following information. ● Overview ● Assembly locations ● Covers ● Internal assemblies ●...

  • Page 164: Overview

    Overview Replaceable parts The following table lists the replaceable parts available for this printer. Table 7-1 Available replaceable parts Description Part number Diagram FORMATTER PCB (replacement) Q5965–67901 FLAT FLEX CABLE DCC-FORMATTER Q6456-60101 ARM, PAPER RETAINER, LEFT RC1-5096-000CN Figure 7-6 Internal components (2 ARM, PAPER RETAINER, RIGHT RC1-5097-000CN Figure 7-6 Internal components (2...

  • Page 165: Table 7-1 Available Replaceable Parts

    Replacement Whole printer units 220v Q6455-67055 Refurbished Whole printer units 110v Q6455-69056 Refurbished Whole printer units 220v Q6455-69055 Optional Tray 3 Q6459A Replacement Tray 3 (tray and Q6459-69001 assembly) Order replacement parts from the following Web site: http://www.partsdirect.hp.com ENWW Overview...

  • Page 166: Table 7-3 Accessories

    Life expectancies of supplies. Consumables are available directly from HP at the following numbers. ■ US: 1-800-538-8787 ■ Canada: 1-800-387-3154 Contact your local HP Parts Coordinator for other local phone numbers. Accessories Table 7-3 Accessories Product name Description Product number...

  • Page 167

    ENWW Overview...

  • Page 168: Assembly Locations

    Assembly locations Figure 7-1 Assembly location diagram Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 169

    Table 7-4 Assembly locations Description Part number * Not set up as a service part UPPER COVER CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY RM1-1983-000CN FUSER ASSEMBLY RM1-1820-000CN (110v) or RM1-1821-000CN (220v) MAIN DRIVE ASSEMBLY PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASSEMBLY CASSETTE RM1-1916-000CN ENWW Assembly locations...

  • Page 170: Figure 7-2 External Panels And Covers (1 Of 2)

    Figure 7-2 External panels and covers (1 of 2) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 171: Table 7-5 External Panels And Covers (1 Of 2)

    Table 7-5 External panels and covers (1 of 2) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC. CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK CLIP, CABLE SADDLE, WIRE COVER, FACE-DOWN RC1-5173-000CN COVER, UPPER FACE, S RC1-5174-000CN COVER, LEFT RC1-5183-000CN...

  • Page 172: Figure 7-3 External Panels And Covers (2 Of 2)

    Figure 7-3 External panels and covers (2 of 2) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 173: Table 7-6 External Panels And Covers (2 Of 2)

    Table 7-6 External panels and covers (2 of 2) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC. CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK CLIP, CABLE SADDLE, WIRE COVER, CASSETTE, RIGHT RC1-5188-000CN ARM, FRONT DOOR, LEFT ARM, FRONT DOOR, RIGHT SHAFT, FRONT DOOR ARM COVER, CASSETTE DUST...

  • Page 174: Covers

    Covers Figure 7-4 Upper cover assembly Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 175: Table 7-7 Upper Assembly Cover

    Table 7-7 Upper assembly cover Description Part number * Not set up as a service part COVER, UPPER RC1-5176-000CN COVER, INSIDE, UPPER RC1-5178-000CN SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8 ENWW Covers...

  • Page 176: Internal Assemblies

    Internal assemblies Figure 7-5 Internal components (1 of 3) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 177: Table 7-8 Internal Components (1 Of 3)

    Table 7-8 Internal components (1 of 3) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1 CROSSMEMBER, TOP COVER BRACKET, LEFT REAR BRACKET, RIGHT REAR COVER, INSIDE, RIGHT BRACKET, CARD READER HOLDER, FAN RETAINER LATCH, LEFT BUSHING LATCH, RIGHT LEVER, ETB RELEASE...

  • Page 178

    Description Part number LINK, SHUTTER PLATE, PRESSURE, LEFT SPRING, TORSION PLATE, SHAFT ARM, OPEN/CLOSE ARM, OPEN/CLOSE SPRING, TORSION ROD, LEFT SPRING, GROUNDING GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR LEFT RING, E ARM, LASER SHUTTER DUCT, FAN SPRING, TENSION MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y DUCT, FAN, UPPER DUCT, FAN, LOWER HOLDER, MEMORY CONTROLLER...

  • Page 179

    ENWW Internal assemblies...

  • Page 180: Figure 7-6 Internal Components (2 Of 3)

    Figure 7-6 Internal components (2 of 3) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 181

    Table 7-9 Internal components (2 of 3) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2 CAP, SHAFT CONDUCTIVE ARM, PAPER RETAINER, LEFT RC1-5096-000CN ARM, PAPER RETAINER, RIGHT RC1-5097-000CN SCREW, RS, M3X6 SPRING, GROUNDING RC1-5147-000CN RETAINER, PAPER RC1-5062-000CN COVER, PICK-UP FEED CABLE...

  • Page 182

    Description Part number SPRING, COMPRESSION ELECT.TRANSPORT BELT ASS'Y RM1-1885-000CN RING, E SCREW, RS, M3X6 SCREW, RS, M3X8 SCREW, W/WASHER, M4X18 SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8 GEAR, 29T GEAR, 29T SPRING, COMPRESSION Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 183

    ENWW Internal assemblies...

  • Page 184: Figure 7-7 Internal Components (3 Of 3)

    Figure 7-7 Internal components (3 of 3) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 185: Table 7-10 Internal Components (3 Of 3)

    Table 7-10 Internal components (3 of 3) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3 GUIDE, CABLE, UPPER PLATE, SHIELD PLATE, SHIELD, FRONT PLATE, CONNECTOR COVER, CONTROLLER LID, CONTROLLER HOLDER, CABLE, LEFT HOLDER, DC CABLE HOLDER, CABLE, UPPER HOLDER, DRAWER CONNECTOR, DRAWER...

  • Page 186

    Description Part number CLAMP, FFC SCREW, TAPPING, TRUSS HEAD, M4X8 Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

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    ENWW Internal assemblies...

  • Page 188: Figure 7-8 Control Panel Assembly

    Figure 7-8 Control panel assembly Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 189: Table 7-11 Control Panel Assembly

    Table 7-11 Control panel assembly Description Part number * Not set up as a service part CONTROL PANEL ASS'Y RM1-1983-000CN CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y CONTROL PANEL PCB ASS'Y PANEL, CONTROL PANEL PLATE, CONTROL PANEL RETAINING GUIDE, CONTROL PANEL LIGHT BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 1 BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 2 BUTTON, CONTROL PANEL, 3 SPACER, CONTROL PANEL...

  • Page 190: Figure 7-9 Main Drive Assembly

    Figure 7-9 Main drive assembly Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 191: Table 7-12 Main Drive Assembly

    Table 7-12 Main drive assembly Description Part number * Not set up as a service part MAIN DRIVE ASS'Y F.F.C. CONNECT PCB UNIT COLLAR, SPRING BUSHING FLANGE, CAM GEAR COVER, DRUM BUSHING BUSHING CAM, RELEASE ROD, RELEASE, RIGHT DUCT, FAN PULLEY BELT, TRANSMISSION STOP, CAM GEAR...

  • Page 192

    Description Part number GEAR, 27T/64T GEAR, 64T GEAR, 54T GEAR, 54T GEAR, 18T SPRING, COMPRESSION SPRING, COMPRESSION SPRING, TENSION SHAFT, DRUM GEAR CONNECTOR, 2P CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT, BK CLIP, CABLE CLIP, EDGE SCREW, RS, M3X8 SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8 SE RING RING, E Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams...

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    ENWW Internal assemblies...

  • Page 194: Figure 7-10 Fuser Assembly

    Figure 7-10 Fuser assembly Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 195: Table 7-13 Fuser Assembly

    Table 7-13 Fuser assembly Description Part number * Not set up as a service part FUSER ASS'Y (110v) RM1-1820-000CN FUSER ASS'Y (220v) RM1-1821-000CN SPRING, TORSION BUSHING BUSHING RIB, ENTRANCE GUIDE FLAG, INLET GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY UPPER FLAG, PAPER DELIVERY FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (110v) FILM GUIDE ASS'Y (220v) GUIDE, PAPER DELIVERY LOWER FLAG, INTERTWINE PREVENTION...

  • Page 196

    Description Part number SPRING, GROUNDING ROLLER, DELIVERY MOTOR, STEPPING, DC SCREW, RS, M3X6 SHAFT, FACE-DOWN ROLLER SCREW, RS, M3X8 GEAR, 30T GEAR, 19T GEAR, 16T GEAR, 49T GEAR, 19T/71T GEAR, 27T GEAR, 26T GEAR, 20T/44T GEAR, 22T/38T SPRING, TENSION SPRING, TORSION SOLID RESISTOR, 20MOHM, 1/4W PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR) SCREW, RS, M3X8...

  • Page 197

    ENWW Internal assemblies...

  • Page 198: Figure 7-11 Pcb Assembly Location (tray 2)

    Figure 7-11 PCB assembly location (Tray 2) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 199

    Table 7-14 PCB assembly location Tray 2 Description Part number * Not set up as a service part PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y RM1-1975-000CN POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y ENWW Internal assemblies...

  • Page 200: Input Devices

    Input devices Figure 7-12 Tray 2 input tray (cassette) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 201: Table 7-15 Tray 2 Input Tray (cassette)

    Table 7-15 Tray 2 input tray (cassette) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part CASSETTE RM1-1916-000CN PANEL, FRONT GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, LOWER STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT ARM, REMNANT INDICATION ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD.

  • Page 202

    Description Part number PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE ARM, BACK END LOCK PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT SPRING, COMPRESSION SHEET, SEPARATION PLATE, MIDDLE PLATE, REINFORCEMENT CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT RACK GEAR, 22T SPRING, COMPRESSION...

  • Page 203

    ENWW Input devices...

  • Page 204: Figure 7-13 250-sheet Input Tray (cassette)

    Figure 7-13 250-sheet input tray (cassette) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 205: Table 7-16 250-sheet Input Tray (cassette)

    Table 7-16 250-sheet input tray (cassette) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part CASSETTE RM1-1945-000CN PAPER PICKUP ROLLER RC1-5440-000CN ENWW Input devices...

  • Page 206: Figure 7-14 Tray 2 Input Tray Internal Components

    Figure 7-14 Tray 2 input tray internal components Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 207: Table 7-17 Tray 2 Sheet Input Tray Internal Components

    Table 7-17 Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components Description Part number * Not set up as a service part INTERNAL COMPONENTS CAP, CONTINUITY COVER, CASSETTE DUST RC1-5200-000CN BASE, MOTOR CLUTCH, MECHANICAL SPRING, LEAF BUSHING HOLDER, DRAWER CONNECTOR HOLDER, SWING GEAR PLATE, GROUNDING COVER, OPTION FRONT COVER, OPTION LEFT...

  • Page 208

    Description Part number GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT RIGHT SCREW, RS, M3X8 PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD, M4X8 CROSSMEMBER, FRONT CROSSMEMBER, REAR CROSSMEMBER, MIDDLE CROSSMEMBER, LOWER, REAR GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 1 GUIDE, PAPER SENSOR CABLE, 2 GEAR, 29T GEAR, 29T SPRING, COMPRESSION...

  • Page 209

    ENWW Input devices...

  • Page 210

    Figure 7-15 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 211

    Table 7-18 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 Description Part number * Not set up as a service part PAPER PICKUP FEEDER ASS'Y GUIDE, REGISTRATION PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1 PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2 FLAG, SENSOR SPRING, TORSION COVER, SENSOR, TOP GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE BUSHING...

  • Page 212

    Description Part number SHAFT, PAPER PICKUP DRIVE BUSHING BUSHING ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1 ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2 HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP BUSHING SPRING, COMPRESSION Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

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    ENWW Input devices...

  • Page 214: Figure 7-16 Tray 3 Input Tray (cassette)

    Figure 7-16 Tray 3 input tray (cassette) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 215: Table 7-19 Tray 3 Input Tray (cassette)

    Table 7-19 Tray 3 input tray (cassette) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part CASSETTE RM1-1945-000CN PAPER PICKUP ROLLER RC1-5440-000CN PANEL, FRONT FRAME, FRONT STOPPER, CASSETTE, LEFT STOPPER, CASSETTE, RIGHT ARM, CLAW RELEASE, LEFT ARM, CLAW RELEASE, RIGHT ARM, REMNANT INDICATION ARM, PLATE LOCK RELEASE, MD SIZE PLATE, PAPER...

  • Page 216

    Description Part number ARM, BACK END LOCK PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE STOPPER, BACK END LIMIT SPRING, COMPRESSION SHEET, SEPARATION PLATE, MIDDLE PLATE, REINFORCEMENT CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, LEFT CLAW, MIDDLE PLATE, RIGHT RACK GEAR, 22T SPRING, COMPRESSION SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X6 PLATE, PAPER SIDE END, LEFT...

  • Page 217

    ENWW Input devices...

  • Page 218: Figure 7-17 Paper Pickup Feeder Assembly (tray 3)

    Figure 7-17 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 219: Table 7-20 Paper Pickup Feeder Assembly (tray 3)

    Table 7-20 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part PAPER PICKUP ROLLER RC1-5440-000CN GUIDE, REGISTRATION PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1 PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2 COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME GUIDE, PRE-TRANSFER ROLLER, REGISTRATION DRIVE BUSHING ROLLER, REGISTRATION, A ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B...

  • Page 220

    Figure 7-18 PCB assembly location optional Tray 3 Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 221: Table 7-21 Paper Pickup Feeder Assembly (tray 3)

    Table 7-21 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) Description Part number * Not set up as a service part PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y ENWW Input devices...

  • Page 222: Diagrams

    Diagrams Figure 7-19 General circuit diagram Chapter 7 Parts and diagrams ENWW...

  • Page 223: Alphabetical Parts List

    Alphabetical parts list Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list Description Part number Table and page * Not set up as a service part Assembly locations * Not set up as a service part External panels and covers (1 of 2) * Not set up as a service part External panels and covers (2 of 2) * Not set up as a service part...

  • Page 224

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) ARM, FRONT DOOR, LEFT External panels and covers (2 of 2) ARM, FRONT DOOR, RIGHT External panels and covers (2 of 2) ARM, INTERLOCK SWITCH Internal components (1 of 3)

  • Page 225: Table 7-22 Alphabetical Parts List

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page BUSHING Internal components (1 of 3) BUSHING Internal components (2 of 3) BUSHING Main drive assembly BUSHING Main drive assembly BUSHING Main drive assembly BUSHING Main drive assembly BUSHING Fuser assembly BUSHING...

  • Page 226

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page CABLE, CPR Internal components (3 of 3) CABLE, FLAT Internal components (3 of 3) CABLE, FLAT Internal components (3 of 3) CABLE, FLAT Internal components (3 of 3) CABLE, OPTION SENSOR Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3)

  • Page 227

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page CLIP, CABLE Main drive assembly CLIP, EDGE Main drive assembly CLIP, ENTRANCE GUIDE Fuser assembly CLUTCH, MECHANICAL Internal components (2 of 3) CLUTCH, MECHANICAL Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components COLLAR, SPRING Main drive assembly...

  • Page 228

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page COVER, FACE-DOWN RC1-5173-000CN External panels and covers (1 of 2) COVER, INSIDE, LEFT Internal components (1 of 3) COVER, INSIDE, RIGHT Internal components (1 of 3) COVER, INSIDE, UPPER RC1-5178-000CN Upper assembly cover COVER, LEFT...

  • Page 229

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page CROSSMEMBER, MIDDLE Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components CROSSMEMBER, REAR Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components CROSSMEMBER, TOP COVER Internal components (1 of 3) DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y RM1-1975-000CN Internal components (3 of 3) DC CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y...

  • Page 230

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page FLAG, SENSOR Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 FLANGE, CAM GEAR Main drive assembly FOOT, RUBBER Internal components (1 of 3) FOOT, RUBBER Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components FRAME, FIXING Fuser assembly...

  • Page 231

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page GEAR, 27T Fuser assembly GEAR, 27T/64T Main drive assembly GEAR, 29T Internal components (2 of 3) GEAR, 29T Internal components (2 of 3) GEAR, 29T Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components GEAR, 29T Tray 2 sheet input tray...

  • Page 232

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, RIGHT Internal components (1 of 3) GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, LOWER Tray 2 input tray (cassette) GUIDE, CASSETTE DUPLEX, UPPER Tray 2 input tray (cassette) GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT Internal components (1 of 3) GUIDE, CASSETTE, FRONT LEFT Internal components (2 of 3)

  • Page 233

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page GUIDE, REGISTRATION Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 GUIDE, REGISTRATION Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y Internal components (3 of 3) HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y PCB assembly location Tray 2 HOLDER, CABLE, LEFT Internal components (3 of 3)

  • Page 234

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1 Internal components (1 of 3) INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2 Internal components (2 of 3) INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3 Internal components (3 of 3) LATCH, LEFT Internal components (1 of 3) LATCH, RIGHT Internal components (1 of 3) LEFT INTERNAL COVER ASS'Y...

  • Page 235

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page PANEL, CONTROL PANEL Control panel assembly PANEL, FRONT Tray 2 input tray (cassette) PANEL, FRONT Tray 3 input tray (cassette) PAPER DELIVERY TRAY ASS'Y RM1-1859-000CN External panels and covers (1 of 2) PAPER FEEDER PCB ASS'Y Tray 2 sheet input tray...

  • Page 236

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page PLATE, CASSETTE REINFORCEMENT Tray 3 input tray (cassette) PLATE, CONNECTOR Internal components (3 of 3) PLATE, CONTROL PANEL RETAINING Control panel assembly PLATE, DELIVERY BACK END LIMIT External panels and covers (1 of 2) PLATE, DRIVE INSIDE Main drive assembly...

  • Page 237

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) PLATE, REINFORCEMENT Tray 2 input tray (cassette) PLATE, REINFORCEMENT Tray 3 input tray (cassette) PLATE, SHAFT Internal components (1 of 3) PLATE, SHIELD Internal components (3 of 3) PLATE, SHIELD, FRONT...

  • Page 238

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) ROLLER, DELIVERY Fuser assembly ROLLER, FACE-DOWN BENDING Fuser assembly ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP RC1-5440-000CN...

  • Page 239

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (1 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (1 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (2 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (3 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Control panel assembly SCREW, RS, M3X8...

  • Page 240

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page SE RING Main drive assembly SEPARATION ASS'Y RM1-1922-000CN Tray 2 input tray (cassette) SEPARATION ASS'Y RM1-1922-000CN Tray 3 input tray (cassette) SHAFT, DRUM GEAR Main drive assembly SHAFT, ETB DRIVE Internal components (1 of 3) SHAFT, FACE-DOWN ROLLER Fuser assembly...

  • Page 241

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page SOLENOID Internal components (2 of 3) SOLENOID Main drive assembly SOLENOID Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components SOLID RESISTOR, 20MOHM, 1/4W Fuser assembly SPACER, CONTROL PANEL Control panel assembly SPRING, COMPRESSION Internal components (1 of 3) SPRING, COMPRESSION...

  • Page 242

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page SPRING, COMPRESSION Tray 3 input tray (cassette) SPRING, COMPRESSION Tray 3 input tray (cassette) SPRING, COMPRESSION Tray 3 input tray (cassette) SPRING, COMPRESSION Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) SPRING, GROUNDING Internal components (1 of 3) SPRING, GROUNDING...

  • Page 243

    Table 7-22 Alphabetical parts list (continued) Description Part number Table and page SPRING, TORSION Internal components (1 of 3) SPRING, TORSION Internal components (1 of 3) SPRING, TORSION Internal components (1 of 3) SPRING, TORSION Fuser assembly SPRING, TORSION Fuser assembly SPRING, TORSION Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2...

  • Page 244: Numerical Parts List

    Numerical parts list Table 7-23 Numerical parts list Part number Description Table and page * Not set up as a service part Assembly locations * Not set up as a service part External panels and covers (1 of 2) * Not set up as a service part External panels and covers (2 of 2) * Not set up as a service part...

  • Page 245: Table 7-23 Numerical Parts List

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page SADDLE, WIRE External panels and covers (1 of 2) PLATE, GROUNDING External panels and covers (1 of 2) SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M3X8 External panels and covers (1 of 2) TRAY, EXTENSION External panels and covers (1 of 2)

  • Page 246

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page COVER, RIGHT FRONT External panels and covers (2 of 2) BUSHING External panels and covers (2 of 2) COVER, RIGHT FRONT External panels and covers (2 of 2) GUIDE, LIGHT External panels and covers (2 of 2)

  • Page 247

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (1 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (1 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (1 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (1 of 3) GUIDE, CARTRIDGE, LEFT Internal components (1 of 3) HOLDER, DRUM...

  • Page 248

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page COVER, INSIDE, LEFT Internal components (1 of 3) ARM, INTERLOCK SWITCH Internal components (1 of 3) SPRING, COMPRESSION Internal components (1 of 3) PHOTO INTERRUPTER (SENSOR) Internal components (1 of 3) FOOT, RUBBER Internal components (1 of 3) GUIDE, CASSETTE, REAR RIGHT...

  • Page 249

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page GEAR, 40T/43T Internal components (2 of 3) CAM/GEAR, 26T Internal components (2 of 3) SPRING, COMPRESSION Internal components (2 of 3) RING, E Internal components (2 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X6 Internal components (2 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8...

  • Page 250

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page CABLE, CPR Internal components (3 of 3) FEEDER UNIT JOINT CABLE Internal components (3 of 3) SCREW, W/WASHER, M3X8 Internal components (3 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X10 Internal components (3 of 3) SCREW, RS, M3X8 Internal components (3 of 3) ROD, BEARING SUPPORT...

  • Page 251

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page BELT, TRANSMISSION Main drive assembly STOP, CAM GEAR Main drive assembly BUSHING Main drive assembly GUIDE, DRIVE CABLE Main drive assembly MOTOR, DC Main drive assembly SOLENOID Main drive assembly PLATE, DRIVE INSIDE Main drive assembly SIDE PLATE, DRIVE...

  • Page 252

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8 Main drive assembly SE RING Main drive assembly RING, E Main drive assembly SPRING, TORSION Fuser assembly BUSHING Fuser assembly BUSHING Fuser assembly RIB, ENTRANCE GUIDE Fuser assembly FLAG, INLET Fuser assembly...

  • Page 253

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page ROLLER, DELIVERY Fuser assembly MOTOR, STEPPING, DC Fuser assembly SCREW, RS, M3X6 Fuser assembly SHAFT, FACE-DOWN ROLLER Fuser assembly SCREW, RS, M3X8 Fuser assembly GEAR, 30T Fuser assembly GEAR, 19T Fuser assembly GEAR, 16T...

  • Page 254

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page PCB ASS'Y LOCATION DIAGRAM PCB assembly location Tray 2 MEMORY CONTROLLER PCB ASS'Y PCB assembly location Tray 2 POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y PCB assembly location Tray 2 POWER SUPPLY PCB ASS'Y PCB assembly location Tray 2 HIGH-VOLTAGE PCB ASS'Y PCB assembly location Tray 2...

  • Page 255

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page BODY, CASSETTE Tray 2 input tray (cassette) PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE Tray 2 input tray (cassette) ARM, BACK END LOCK Tray 2 input tray (cassette) PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, SMALL Tray 2 input tray (cassette) LEVER, BACK END LOCK RELEASE Tray 2 input tray (cassette)

  • Page 256

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page GEAR, 16T Tray 2 input tray (cassette) INTERNAL COMPONENTS Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components CAP, CONTINUITY Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components BASE, MOTOR Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components CLUTCH, MECHANICAL Tray 2 sheet input tray...

  • Page 257

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page GEAR, 19T Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components GEAR, 18T Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components SPRING, COMPRESSION Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components SPRING, TENSION Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components CONNECTOR, DRAWER...

  • Page 258

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page GEAR, 29T Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components GEAR, 29T Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components SPRING, COMPRESSION Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components FOOT, RUBBER Tray 2 sheet input tray internal components COVER, OPTION RIGHT...

  • Page 259

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page ROLLER, REGISTRATION, B Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 ROLLER, REGISTRATION, C Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 BUSHING Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 BUSHING Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2...

  • Page 260

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2 Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 ROLLER, CASSETTE PAPER PICKUP...

  • Page 261

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page RIGHT PAPER SIDE END ASS'Y Tray 3 input tray (cassette) SCREW, TAPPING,TRUSS HEAD,M4X8 Tray 3 input tray (cassette) CASSETTE BODY ASS'Y Tray 3 input tray (cassette) BODY, CASSETTE Tray 3 input tray (cassette) PLATE, BACK END LIMIT, LARGE Tray 3 input tray (cassette)

  • Page 262

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page GUIDE, REGISTRATION Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 1 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) PLATE, REG. GROUNDING, 2 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) COVER, PICKUP FEED FRAME Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3)

  • Page 263

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page BUSHING Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 1 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) ARM, CST. PAPER SENSING, 2 Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3) HOLDER, PAPER PICKUP ROLLER Paper pickup feeder assembly (Tray 3)

  • Page 264

    Table 7-23 Numerical parts list (continued) Part number Description Table and page RC1-5227-000CN PLATE, REAR External panels and covers (2 of 2) RC1-5440-000CN PAPER PICKUP ROLLER 250-sheet input tray (cassette) RC1-5440-000CN ROLLER, PAPER PICKUP Paper pick-up feeder assembly for Tray 2 RC1-5440-000CN PAPER PICKUP ROLLER Tray 3 input tray (cassette)

  • Page 265: Appendix A Product Specifications

    Product specifications This chapter contains information about the following topics. ● Physical specifications ● Supplies specifications ● Electrical specifications ● Environmental specifications ● Acoustical specifications ENWW...

  • Page 266: Physical Specifications

    Table A-1 Printer specifications Product Height Depth Width Weight HP Color LaserJet 370 mm (14.6 inches) 453 mm (17.83 inches) 407 mm (16.02 inches) 15.67 kg (34.54 lbs) 2600n printer without optional Tray 3 or consumables HP Color LaserJet 460 mm (18.1 inches) 451 mm (17.76 inches) 485 mm (18.98 inches) 20.16 kg (44.43 lbs)

  • Page 267: Supplies Specifications

    Supplies specifications Table A-2 Supplies specifications Print-cartridge life (based on approximately 5% coverage) Black: 2,500 pages Yellow, cyan, and magenta: 2,000 pages each Print cartridge life Table A-3 Print cartridge specifications Product name Description Part number Black print cartridge Life of 2,500 pages at approximately Q6000A 5% coverage.

  • Page 268: Electrical Specifications

    Electrical specifications Table A-4 Electrical specifications Item 110-volt models 220-volt models Power supply 115-127V (+/-10%) 220-240V (+/-10%) 50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz) 50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz) Power consumption (typical) During printing (color) 185 W (average) 185 W (average) During printing (black and white) 185 W (average) 185 W (average) During standby...

  • Page 269: Environmental Specifications

    20° to 27°?C (68° to 81°?F) 15° to 32.5°?C (59° to 90.5°? -20° to 40°?C (-4° to 104°?F) Temperature Relative humidity 20% to 70% 10% to 80% 95% or less Values are subject to change. See http://www.hp.com/support/clj2600n for current information. ENWW Environmental specifications...

  • Page 270: Acoustical Specifications

    Declared per ISO 9296 Printing (8 ppm) = 6.6 Bels (A) [66 dB (A)] SPL-Bystander Position Declared per ISO 9296 Printing (8 ppm) = 52 dB(A) Values are subject to change. See http://www.hp.com/support/clj2600n for current information. Appendix A Product specifications ENWW...

  • Page 271: Appendix B Product Warranty Statements

    Product warranty statements ENWW...

  • Page 272: Hewlett-packard Limited Warranty Statement

    HP does not warrant that the operation of HP products will be uninterrupted or error free. If HP is unable, within a reasonable time, to repair or replace any product to a condition as warranted, you will be entitled to a refund of the purchase price upon prompt return of the product.

  • Page 273: Print Cartridge Limited Warranty Statement

    To obtain warranty service, please return the product to place of purchase (with a written description of the problem and print samples) or contact HP Customer Support. At HP's option, HP will either replace products that prove to be defective or refund your purchase price.

  • Page 274

    Appendix B Product warranty statements ENWW...

  • Page 275: Appendix C Regulatory Statements

    Regulatory statements This chapter contains information about the following topics. ● Declaration of Conformity ● Laser safety statement ● Canadian DOC statement ● VCCI statement (Japan) ● Korean EMI statement ● Finnish laser statement ENWW...

  • Page 276: Declaration Of Conformity

    Hewlett-Packard Company Manufacturer's Address: 11311 Chinden Boulevard, Boise, Idaho 83714-1021, USA declares, that the product Product Name: HP Color LaserJet 2600n BOISB-0409-00. Including: Q6459A – Optional 250-sheet input tray Regulatory Model Number Product Options: conforms to the following Product Specifications: Safety:...

  • Page 277: Laser Safety Statement

    Laser safety statement The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has implemented regulations for laser products manufactured since August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The printer is certified as a "Class 1" laser product under the U.S.

  • Page 278: Canadian Doc Statement

    Canadian DOC statement Complies with Canadian EMC Class B requirements. « Conforme à la classe B des normes canadiennes de compatibilité électromagnétiques (CEM). » Appendix C Regulatory statements ENWW...

  • Page 279: Vcci Statement (japan)

    VCCI statement (Japan) Figure C-1 VCCI statement ENWW VCCI statement (Japan)

  • Page 280: Korean Emi Statement

    Korean EMI statement Figure C-2 Korean EMI statement Appendix C Regulatory statements ENWW...

  • Page 281: Finnish Laser Statement

    överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1. HUOLTO HP Color LaserJet 2600n -kirjoittimen sisällä ei ole käyttäjän huollettavissa olevia kohteita. Laitteen saa avata ja huoltaa ainoastaan sen huoltamiseen koulutettu henkilö. Tällaiseksi huoltotoimenpiteeksi ei katsota väriainekasetin vaihtamista, paperiradan puhdistusta tai muita käyttäjän käsikirjassa lueteltuja, käyttäjän tehtäväksi tarkoitettuja ylläpitotoimia, jotka...

  • Page 282

    Appendix C Regulatory statements ENWW...

  • Page 283: Index

    8 assembly mode 118 locations 154 printer 34 parts list 154 DC controller using HP Toolbox 35, 144 attention light 9 removal and replacement 86 clearing jams declaration of conformity 262 common locations 99 defaults input area 103...

  • Page 284

    121 heavy paper output area 104 specifications 17, 18 specifications 4 pickup delay 105 dots, troubleshooting 138 HP fraud hotline 33 pickup stationary 105 dpi (dots per inch) HP Toolbox start-up residual 105 print settings 121 calibrating printer 36...

  • Page 285

    118 pages per minute 4 print cartridges tray 2, types supported 17 tray 3, types supported 17 paper checking 32 HP fraud hotline 33 unsupported 18 curled, troubleshooting 141 wrinkled 141 jams 99 installing 27 wrong size 123 jams, delivery delay 105...

  • Page 286

    131 ordering 152 status page 116 reports menu 146 supported drivers 11 supplies status reset, cold 126 uninstalling 12 HP Toolbox 116 resolution updates 148 supplies status page 131 print settings 121 Windows systems 11 support specifications 4...

  • Page 287

    253 toner smear 139 web sites 152 toner specks 138 temperature specifications USB cables 124 paper, storing 14 using HP Toolbox 144 printer environment 255 wrinkles 141 text, troubleshooting misformed characters 140 timing chart 58 uninstalling software 12...

  • Page 288

    Index ENWW...

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  • Garry Staup Dec 18, 2015 07:03:
    I require this to repair Tray 3