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PLAIN PAPER FACSIMILE
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R0112216901-TTEC

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  • Page 1

    PLAIN PAPER FACSIMILE File No. 31200001 R0112216901-TTEC...

  • Page 2: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction 1. Features ...................... 1-1 2. Overview ..................... 1-6 Front View ...................... 1-6 Rear View ....................... 1-8 Operation Panel ..................... 1-10 Function keys ....................1-13...

  • Page 3

    The DP120F/DP125F can transmit in ultra-fine mode (406 x 391). G3 dual-line simultaneous communications: By installing a 2nd NCU PBA (DP120F: option, DP125F: standard), the unit works as two fax units. Accordingly, two-line simultaneous communications are realized. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 4

    The memory contents will be retained by a backup battery for up to 10 hours if a power failure occurs. The DP120F has a standard memory of 3 MB, which can be upgraded by installing one 4 MB optional memory PBA. Both models have a maximum memory capacity of 7 MB.

  • Page 5

    Public fax box: A document can be reserved in image memory to be polled by remote stations multiple times. One of its merits is that any remote station (even one with a non-TOSHIBA facsimile) can poll such documents without a password.

  • Page 6

    Also the customer can program the specified paper cassette for this function. Auto supplies order DP120F/DP125F has the feature which send a supplies order report to the programmed fac- simile number automatically when the terminal detect toner end condition and drum low and/or end condition.

  • Page 7

    Expandable functions by additional options: • By installing a MEMORY PBA, image (PIX) data can be expanded by 4 MB in the DP120F. • By installing second paper trays, paper of different sizes (Letter and Legal or A4) can be fed into the facsimile automatically.

  • Page 8: Front View

    Operation panel Used to perform programming and operation of the facsimile machine. Paper tray Holds up to 550 sheets of recording paper. Right side cover Provides access to the recording paper feed path. DP120F/DP125F Introduction March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 9

    Provides access to the document scanner area for periodic cleaning or clearing jammed origi- nals. Document guides Adjust the guides to the edges of the document to help ensure proper document alignment and smooth feeding. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Introduction...

  • Page 10: Rear View

    Connection for an External Telephone set. Handset connector Connection for the optional Handset unit. Line 2 connector Connection for the 2nd telephone line cord from wall or PSTN system. DP125F: Standard DP120F: Option AC inlet DP120F/DP125F Introduction March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 11

    With three recording paper trays installed Handset (optional) for US/CA model only Upper recording paper tray Middle recording Bypass tray paper tray (optional) (DP125F: standard) (DP120F: optional) Lower recording paper tray (optional) 01-02-06 Fig. 1-2-4 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Introduction...

  • Page 12: Operation Panel

    LINE 1 Lamp Blinks when communicating using Line 1. LINE 2 Lamp Blinks when communicating using Line 2. PC COMM Lamp Blinks when communicating between the facsimile unit and a personal computer. DP120F/DP125F Introduction 1-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 13

    Press this key to redial a facsimile/telephone number if the number was busy on your first try. Or, use this key to enter a pause between telephone digits when entering a remote facsimile number. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 1-11 DP120F/DP125F Introduction...

  • Page 14

    24. One Touch Keys (1-49), One Touch Keys (50-73), Function keys, and Keyboard. View the One Touch Keys (1-49), One Touch Keys (50-73), Function Keys, and Keyboard by turning the Flip Panels. DP120F/DP125F Introduction 1-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 15: Function Keys

    ITU MAILBOX Used for Mailbox Communications or Relay Transmission, with remote facsimiles that support the ITU-T F-code functions. COVER SHEET Used to attach a cover sheet to a document to be transmitted. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 1-13 DP120F/DP125F Introduction 01/12...

  • Page 16

    Designates a specific telephone line for the current transmission. TEL LIST ENTRY Used to register Abbreviated, One Touch, Group, and Relay Group Dialing numbers. TEL LIST PRINT Prints desired telephone/facsimile lists. CONTRAST Selects the desired contrast level of transmit documents. DP120F/DP125F Introduction 1-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 2 Specifications 1. Scanning System ..................2-1 2. Recording System ..................2-2 3. Transceiver ....................2-4 4. Telephone Functions .................. 2-5 5. Liquid Crystal Diode (LCD) Display ............2-5 6. Special Communication ................2-6 7. Others ......................2-6 8. Operating Environmental Conditions ............2-6 9.

  • Page 18: Scanning System

    White mask (R) <Remarks> • The effective scanning width has a mechanical error range of 1.5. • For calculating into a pels value, multiply each value by 8 (i.e. 8 pels per mm). March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Specifications...

  • Page 19: Recording System

    Multi-sheet document: 0.06 to 0.12 mm (50 to 100 g/m Number of auto document Letter/A4: 50 sheets feeder capacity: Legal: 20 sheets 2. Recording System Recording method: Plain paper recording by laser beam printer Recording width: 216 mm (8.5") DP120F/DP125F Specifications March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 20

    550 sheets/cassette (20 lb. paper) Bypass tray capacity: 100 sheets/cassette (20 lb. paper) Recommended paper: Letter/Legal: Hammer Mill TIDAL DP, 20 lb. TOSHIBA Copier Paper (European paper) Recording paper stack: Exit: Left side Capacity: Letter/A4: 300 sheets (20 lb. paper) Legal: 100 sheets (20 lb.

  • Page 21

    TEC test chart using the V.17 at 14.4 Kbps). Reception level: V.17: -43 dBm to -3 dBm V.34: -43 dBm to -9 dBm Transmission level: -15 dBm to 0 dBm (1dB incremental settings are available) DP120F/DP125F Specifications March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 22: Telephone Functions, Liquid Crystal Diode (lcd) Display

    Dot matrix LCD 20 characters x 4 rows Displayed characters: Alphabets, numerics Character size: Half-width size: 16 dots x 8 dots (height x width) About 6.4 mm x 3.2 mm / character Contrast adjustment: Fixed March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Specifications...

  • Page 23: Special Communication, Operating Environmental Conditions

    Humidity: 20 to 85% RH (No condensation) Toner Temperature: 0 to 35°C (32 to 95°F) (12 months) -20 to 40°C (18 days) Humidity: 20 to 85% RH (No condensation) Noise level: Max. 51db DP120F/DP125F Specifications March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 24

    • The fuser cleaner shall be replaced whenever the toner cartridge is re- placed. • All specifications are for letter/A4 size document pages with 5% image density. This density is used on the ITU-T#1 Test Chart (Slerexe Letter). Yields will vary with other image densities. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Specifications...

  • Page 25: Power Source / Size / Weight, Applicable Standard

    UL/CUL 1950 (US, CA model) EN60950 (EU model) Radiation RFI level (EMC): FCC Part 15 Class A (US model) EN55022 Class A (EU model) Others for CE Mark: EN50024 (Immunity) EN61000-3-2 (Harmonic) EN61000-3-3 (Voltage fluctuation and flicker) DP120F/DP125F Specifications March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 26: Software Performance Table

    Using keypad dial only Chain dial 128 digits (Maximum) Using Abb. /OT / keypad Maximum number dialing digits TBD digits Memory (DP120F) Tx pix memory 2912Kbyte: a) Normal a) Approx. 277 pages *1 capability 7008Kbyte: b) with Op. Mem. 4MB b) Approx.

  • Page 27: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 3 Installation 1. Installation Procedure ................3-1 2. Preparation ....................3-2 Preparing Tools ....................3-2 Installation Location ..................3-2 Selecting the Location for Recording Paper Storage ........3-3 3. Unpacking ....................3-4 4. Accessories ....................3-7 List of Accessories ..................3-7 Installing the Accessories ................

  • Page 28: Installation Procedure

    Connect the machine to (Refer to page 3-34) power and telephone line Memory Clear (Refer to page 3-35) Country/Region setting operation (Refer to pages 3-36 to 3-37) (Refer to page 4-1) Function setting March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Installation 01/12...

  • Page 29: Preparing Tools, Installation Location

    Also be certain to keep the back side of the machine at least 100 mm (4") away from the wall. 558 mm (22 inches) 100 mm (3.9 inches) Height: 628 mm (24.7 inches) (Top Cover open) 3-2-01 Fig.3-2-1 DP120F/DP125F Installation March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 30: Selecting The Location For Recording Paper Storage

    • Paper sheets that are stuck together due to perforated lines, burrs on cut edges, etc. • Paper sheets which are dirty, wavy, folded, wrinkled, cut, etc. • Paper of sizes or weights other than those specified. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 31

    Carefully remove the packing materials from the unit and accessories. Check the contents of the carton to see if anything is damaged or missing in reference to the packing list attached. (Refer to page 3-5.) Remove the spacer sheet. (See Fig. 3-3-2) DP120F/DP125F Installation March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 32

    Document exit tray Drum unit Packing Packing material material Recording paper tray Phone line cord Packing pad Packing material Tape Packing pad Packing pad Facsimile unit Packing material Packing pad Outer carton 3-3-02 Fig. 3-3-2 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 33

    • Paper tray Packing pad Paper tray Packing pad Outer carton 3-3-03 Fig. 3-3-3 • Bypass tray Packing material Bypass tray Outer carton 3-3-04 Fig. 3-3-4 DP120F/DP125F Installation March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 34: List Of Accessories

    • Recording paper tray: 1 • Charger cleaner kit: 1 • Fuser cleaner: 1 • Warranty card: 1 Overlay: 1 (US model only) Toshiba Viewer Bypass tray: 1 CD-ROM: 1 (DP125F only) Fig. 3-4-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 35: Installing The Accessories

    Grasp the Top cover release lever to open the Top cover. Top cover release lever Top cover 3-4-02 Fig. 3-4-2 Hold the Developer assembly with both hands and shake the cartridge back and forth several times. Developer assembly 3-4-03 Fig. 3-4-3 DP120F/DP125F Installation March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 36

    Without touching the green drum surface, hook the drum unit to the De- veloper assembly. The following figure shows how to join the Drum unit and the Devel- oper assembly. Drum unit Developer assembly 3-4-05 Fig. 3-4-5 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 37

    Green handle Green handle Developer assembly with drum unit attached 3-4-06 Fig. 3-4-6 The following figure shows how the shafts on the developer/drum assembly align with the slots. 3-4-07 Fig. 3-4-7 DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 38

    The following figure shows how to press the Drum unit into place. Drum unit 3-4-08 Fig. 3-4-8 Close the top cover. Grasp the Top cover release lever, firmly close the Top cover, and release the lever. Top cover 3-4-09 Fig. 3-4-9 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-11 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 39

    Fig. 3-4-10 Connect the phone line cord to the LINE connector on the machine and wall jack. Phone line cord 3-4-11 Fig. 3-4-11 Plug the Power cord into the AC wall outlet. DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 40

    Insert the tabs of the Document exit tray into the slots on the left side of the machine. Extend the Document exit tray extension for large documents. CAUTION: Do not place heavy objects on the Document exit tray. Document exit tray exten- sion Document exit tray 3-4-13 Fig. 3-4-13 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-13 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 41

    Fig. 3-4-14 Insert the Paper size indicator sheet into the slot of the Paper tray with the appropriate paper size showing through the window. Paper size indicator sheet Window 3-4-15 Fig. 3-4-15 DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 42

    Do not fan the paper. Make sure that the corners of paper are neatly aligned. 3-4-16 Fig. 3-4-16 Press the Paper pressure plate down until it clicks. Paper pressure plate 3-4-17 Fig. 3-4-17 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-15 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 43

    CAUTION: To avoid paper jams, do not exceed the Upper limit line on the paper guide. Upper limit line 3-4-18 Fig. 3-4-18 Push the Paper tray all the way into the machine. Paper tray 3-4-19 Fig. 3-4-19 DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 44

    Grasp the Top cover release lever to open the Top cover. Top cover release lever 3-4-20 Fig. 3-4-20 Remove the new Fuser cleaner from its plastic bag and install it. Fuser cleaner 3-4-21 Fig. 3-4-21 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-17 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 45

    Close the Top cover. Grasp the Top cover release lever, firmly close the Top cover, and release the lever. 3-4-22 Fig. 3-4-22 DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 46: Hardware Options, Remarks Before Starting Work

    Keep it horizontal. Do not leave it exposed to light for a long time, etc. • When using a magnetic tool, do not let it touch the boards having memory chips, controllers, etc. It will cause malfunctions or memory defects. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-19 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 47

    • Be sure to remove attachments and accessories (as required) such as the Developer assembly, Document exit tray, etc. DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 48: Attaching Hardware Options

    Alignment pin Paper tray 3-5-01 Fig. 3-5-1 CAUTION: The Optional paper tray(s) is NOT screwed to the machine. Be careful when moving or carrying the machine with the Optional paper tray(s) installed. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-21 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 49

    • Load the document and press the [COPY] key. Check if copying and feeding normally take place from both paper trays. • Adjust the paper tray for different paper size, if required. NOTE: Follow the same procedure to install an additional optional paper supply. DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 50

    (See page 3-14) Press the paper pressure plate down until it clicks. (See page 3-15) Install the paper and push the Paper tray all the way into the machine. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-23 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 51

    (See page 3-14) Press the Paper pressure plate down until it clicks. (Refer to page 3-15) Install the paper and push the Paper tray all the way into the machine. DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-24 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 52

    Before beginning, power the unit off and read through “5.1 Remarks Before Starting Works.” (Page 3-19) Slide the Cradle stay into the Cradle until it clicks. And connect the Handset cable jack. Cradle Cradle stay Handset cable 3-5-05 Fig. 3-5-5 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-25 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 53

    Curl cord Handset cable 3-5-07 Fig. 3-5-7 After installing, turn the Power switch ON, and check the following: • “Dial type” in “User function setting” of function settings. (Refer to page 4-6.) DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 54

    5.2.3 Bypass Tray (DP120F Only) The Bypass tray can be used to load the paper for printing without changing the recording paper size (LT/A4/LEGAL) in the paper tray. The Bypass tray accepts the paper size, LT, A4, LEGAL and OTHER.

  • Page 55

    Install the Bypass tray. Guide Bypass tray 3-5-09 Fig. 3-5-9 Select the paper size by the slide knob. Slide knob 3-5-10 Fig. 3-5-10 DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-28 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 56

    Raise the tray lever. Tray lever 3-5-11 Fig. 3-5-11 Pull up the Bypass tray paper support. Bypass tray paper support 3-5-12 Fig. 3-5-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-29 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 57

    • “Sensor test” in “Function test” of test mode. (Refer to page 11-20.) • Load the document and press the [COPY] key. Check if copying and feeding normally take place from Bypass tray. DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-30 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 58

    5.2.4 NCU PBA (DP120F Only) The NCU PBA serves to connect the unit to the telephone line. By installing the optional 2nd NCU PBA in addition to the standard NCU, communication through 2 telephone lines is pos- sible. Composing Parts: •...

  • Page 59

    Reinstall the remaining components in the reverse order. After assembling, turn the Power switch ON, and check the following: • “Modem test” in “Function test” of test mode. (Refer to page 11-19.) DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-32 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/12...

  • Page 60

    5.2.5 MEMORY PBA (DP120F Only) The optional memory PBA provide of 4MB of image (PIX) memory. The memory PBA is con- nected directly to the Main PBA connector. Composing Parts: • MEMORY PBA • Bind screw M-3X8 B-tight-zc : • Locking support Installing Procedure: Before beginning, power the unit off and read through “5.1 Remarks Before Starting Works.”...

  • Page 61: Connecting To The Power And Telephone Lines

    Connect the other end of the phone line cord to the modular jack on the wall. Connect the phone line cord of the external telephone set (if present) to the TEL jack on the unit. External telephone Phone line cord 3-6-01 Fig. 3-6-1 DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-34 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 62: Memory Clear

    Hold down the [*], [1] and [3] keys on the Operation panel and turn the Power switch ON. Hold the three keys down simultaneously for a count of 3 then release the keys. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-35 DP120F/DP125F Installation...

  • Page 63: Country/region Setting Operation

    65: SG 852: HK 886: TW 86: CN * This operation will clear all the setting information, except the below. • Drum counter • Fuser temperature rank • Print edge margin DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-36 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/12...

  • Page 64

    DE GB NL IT AT BE CH SE DK NO FI PT FR ES GR IE ZA SG HK AU NZ W2 W2 W2 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W1 W2 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 FG harness 3-08-01 Fig. 3-8-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 3-37 DP120F/DP125F Installation 01/12...

  • Page 65: Remarks On Moving The Machine

    NOT use this Drum unit in another machine or poor image quality may result. DO NOT put another drum unit into this machine (unless it is new) or poor image quality may result. DP120F/DP125F Installation 3-38 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 66: Chapter 4 Function Settings

    Chapter 4 Function Settings 1. User Function Settings ................4-1 Initial Setup ..................... 4-2 Machine Settings .................... 4-8 TX Settings ..................... 4-26 RX Settings ....................4-34 Report and List Options .................. 4-43 RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service..........4-53 Automatic Supply Order ................. 4-55 2.

  • Page 67: User Function Settings

    The keystrokes needed to access the various function settings will be shown with uppercase letters and brackets. For example, [MENU] or [ENTER] means to press the Menu Key or the Enter Key. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 68: Initial Setup

    This selection will display messages in Spanish. FRANÇAIS This selection will display messages in French. When the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 69

    SET DATE & TIME MM-DD-YYYY WWW 05-17-2000 WED MM-DD-YYYY Set the date by the standard calendar. WWW (day-of-week) Regardless of the selected language, days are indicated in English. Press the [ENTER] key. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 70

    Allows you to enter 2 digits, 01 to 12. If any other value is entered, it must be set again. NAME (3-digit) JAN / FEB / MAR ..OCT / NOV / DEC After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 71

    Selected to not attach an International Code. Select this if your facsimile unit is used solely for fax communications inside your country/region. When either is selected, the screen below is displayed. SET TERMINAL ID TEL NUMBER =(MAX20) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 01/12...

  • Page 72

    Connects the telephone line to Line 2 of the facsimile unit, and uses it as a DP Line. <Remarks> DIAL TYPE LINE-2 can not be set unless the optional 2nd NCU PBA is installed. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/12...

  • Page 73

    Number keys, therefore the DELETE ACCESS DIGITs will be ignored when they are programmed into a One-touch or Abbreviated Number key. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return the display to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 74: Machine Settings

    0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 VOLUME Set a value in the range from 0 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 75

    0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 VOLUME Set a value in the range from 0 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 76

    MANUAL To select the Manual Super Power Saver mode. When this mode is selected, the operator selects/deselects Super Power Saver by way of a key on the operator Con- trol Panel. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 77

    The time period shown above is the factory default setting and signifies continuous Printer Power Saver operation. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode Screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-11 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 78

    The following screen appears. Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. COPY SEPARATOR PAGE 1.ON 2.OFF To select the Copy separator page function. Not to select the Copy separator page function. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 79

    AUTO SELECT To print the Separator page from a Paper tray selected automatically. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-13 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 80

    ABC Master Dept. MASTER CODE Enter a 5-digit number (00000 to 99999). Entering any number outside the designated range will result in an error, and you must enter a correct number again. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 81

    Master Code. The Master Code must be used to make any changes to the subsequent department codes that are entered. The Master Code should be adequately safeguarded to prevent unauthorized use. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-15 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 82

    [START] key to initiate machine operations. If restricted access is desired, then the Department Code feature should be set to ON. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 83

    DOCUMENT JAM error. UNLIMITED Any length of document is acceptable. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-17 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 84

    Always to set the Line Monitor function. Not to set the Line Monitor function. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 85

    To deactivate the ECM function. In this case, part of the ECM buffer is available to be used as image (PIX) memory. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-19 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 86

    LIGHTER For recording in a lighter level (i.e., for documents with dark print). After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 87

    COLLATE COPY DEFAULT 1.ON 2.OFF The pages are automatically collated. Not collated the paper. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-21 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 88

    To select the Middle Recording paper Tray. LOWER TRAY To select the Lower Recording paper Tray. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 89

    When any value outside the specified range is entered, it must be set again. REDIAL MODE COUNTER =(00-14) After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-23 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 90

    [START] key must be pressed after lifting up the handset (option). When the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-24 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 91

    When the desired time period is displayed, press the [ENTER] key. RECEPTION ONLY TIME PERIOD = 00:00 - 00:00 After the message “OPERATION COMPLETED” is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return the display to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-25 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 92: Tx Settings

    In the case of a Multi address transmission, it will be scanned to memory regardless of this setting. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 93

    This machine will display “COMMUNICATION ERROR” on the LCD dis- play. <Remarks> SECURITY TX will not block numbers that are dialed after picking up the handset of the optional telephone set, or after pressing the [MONITOR] key. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-27 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 94

    To scan an image document. The screen below appears. COVER SHEET LOAD DOCUMENT <Remarks> In this case, RESIDUAL MEMORY for Standby Mode Screen does not reach 100%. Not to scan an image document DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-28 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 95

    To retain the cover sheet image already scanned and cancel a new cover sheet setting. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return the display to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-29 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 96

    STORED TIME-=(01-24) STORE TIME A value 01 to 24 (hours) can be entered. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-30 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 97

    Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] keys to select the desired option (INSIDE, OUTSIDE, or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. 1.INSIDE 2.OUTSIDE 3.OFF INSIDE To record TTI inside the document data. OUTSIDE To record TTI outside the document data. TTI is not recorded. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-31 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 98

    The position selection should also be con- firmed as either INSIDE or OUTSIDE. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-32 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 99

    SEND SCAN PAGES When the memory full occurred, to send the pages scanned to memory. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-33 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 100: Rx Settings

    Then press [ENTER] key. If a new code needs to be entered: If the code already exists: SECURITY CODE ENTRY SECURITY CODE ENTRY NEW CODE CURRENT CODE SECURITY CODE= SECURITY CODE= DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-34 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 101

    You can also set Secure RX to ON for an entire 24-hour-period (e.g. Saturdays & Sun- days). SET SECURE RX FOR 24HR OPERATION? 1.YES 2.NO To set 24-hour secure rx for each day. To bypass setting 24-hour secure rx for each day. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-35 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 102

    SET MEMORY RX 1.ON 2.OFF To activate Memory Reception function. To deactivate Memory Reception function. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode Screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-36 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 103

    The primary function of RX reduction is to allow the length of a document to be adjusted to fit onto a single sheet of available paper. If you would like the width to be adjusted also, you should set Function 15, Bit 0. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-37 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 104

    Discards the data in the area exceeding length of the recording paper. Does not discard such data. When the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-38 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 105

    To set the Reverse Order Print function. Not to set the Reverse Order Print function. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-39 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 106

    This machine will display “COMMUNICATION ERROR” on the LCD display. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-40 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 107

    • The time data in the RTI is the same between multiple pages for one transmission, which is the time when the first page is transmitted. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-41 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 108

    Page 1 printed first. After the message “OPERATION COMPLETED” is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-42 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 109: Report And List Options

    1.TX & RX JOURNAL 2.TX JOURNAL 3.RX JOURNAL TX & RX JOURNAL Prints both Transmission and Reception Journals. TX JOURNAL Prints only Transmission Journals. RX JOURNAL Prints only Reception Journals. Go to Step (3). March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-43 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 110

    Prints journals automatically after 150 (Tx and Rx) activities. Does not print journals automatically. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-44 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 111

    [ ↓ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. A5 SIZE PRINT 1.ON 2.OFF To reduce the report size and print on the A5 size paper. To print the report normally. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-45 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 112

    [ ↓ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. A5 SIZE PRINT 1.ON 2.OFF To reduce the report size and print on the A5 size paper. To print the report normally. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-46 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 113

    [ ↓ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. SET MULTIPOLL REPORT 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF ALWAYS Prints after every Multi-polling. ON ERROR Prints only when an error has occurred in the Multi-polling. Disables “print.” March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-47 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 114

    Report. Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. SET RELAY STN. REPT. 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF ALWAYS Prints after every Relay Transmission. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-48 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 115

    End Terminal Report. Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. SET RELAY END REPORT 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF ALWAYS Prints after every Relay Transmission. ON ERROR Prints only when an error has occurred in transmission. Disables “print.” March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-49 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 116

    Adds the document data in the Report. Does not add the document data in the Report. (15) After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-50 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 117

    Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. LOCAL MAILBOX LIST 1.ON 2.OFF Prints the Local Mailbox Reception List. Does not print the Local Mailbox Reception List. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-51 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 118

    2.OFF Prints the Relay Reception List. Does not print the Relay Reception List. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-52 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 119: Rdc (remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service

    Select to allow downloading the firmware any time, regardless of the no pending job in memory. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-53 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 120

    Enter the RDC password using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. SET RDC PASSWORD PASSWORD= (MAX20) PASSWORD Up to 20 digits. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-54 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 121: Automatic Supply Order

    Allows you to change the destination fax number. RETAIN Retains the destination fax number. After the “OPERATION COMPLETED” message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-55 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 122

    When the “2. ENTER PART NUMBER” is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the Part number using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER PART NUMBER PART NBR (29 MAX): PART NBR Up to 20 digits. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-56 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 123

    When the “2. CONTACT NAME” is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the contact name using the keyboard, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER CONTACT NAME NAME= (MAX40) NAME Up to 40 characters. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-57 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 124

    Standby Mode screen. 1.7.4 Print Setup Data [MENU], [4], [5], [04], [4] To print the Supplies order form, press the [ENTER] key. Return to the Standby Mode screen. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-58 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 125: Service Settings In Test Mode

    Use the [<] key to move to the previous bit, if already at bit 7 (the left digit), the [<] key will move to the previous function. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-59 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 126

    To access the various service mode functions, press the [MENU] and [9] keys (in sequence) and then select the desired function. Remember to power the unit off once you’ve completed your tests. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-60 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 127

    0: Disable 1: Enable — Exchange Type Setting for User Mode: 0: Disable 1: Enable — Dial Type Setting for User Mode: 0: Disable 1: Enable — Undefined — Undefined — Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-61 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 128

    Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-62 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 129

    Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-63 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 130

    These bits program the detection range for frequency to be recognized as CI. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-64 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 131

    FUNC 3 Bit 7: This bit programs whether or not a received RTN is handled as abnormal (NG). FUNC 3 Bit 4: This bit determines whether or not the Toshiba short protocol is enabled or disabled. Default table US TYPE...

  • Page 132

    Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-66 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 133

    1: 500 ms delay — Undefined — Sending of CNG Signal at Manual Transmission: 0: Do not send 1: Send — Sending of CED Signal at Manual Reception: 0: Do not send 1: Send March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-67 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 134

    This bit selects whether or not the CED signal is transmitted in manual reception. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-68 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 135

    1101: 7200 bps (V.17) 1110: Undefined 1111: Undefined — Judging Standard of Image Quality Defect: 00: 5% 01: 10% 10: 15% 11: 25% — Monitor Type: 0: BT Monitor 1: Protocol Monitor — Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-69 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 136

    DIS. When this bit is set to 1 (PROTOCOL MONITOR), monitoring is per- formed during communication, like forced line monitor. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-70 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 137

    FUNC 7 Bits 5 and 4: These bits program call signal OFF time. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-71 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 138

    Page Re-transmission at receiving Negative Answer: — 0: Not re-transmit 1: Transmit — Page-mismatch Display Indication: 0: Not displayed 1: Displayed — Undefined — Undefined — Undefined — Undefined — Undefined DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-72 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 139

    This setting performs error indications if the number of pages do not match. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-73 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 140

    Allows the user to adjust the volume level of the speaker when an error occurs. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-74 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 141

    010: Always print 011: Print (when completed due to communication error) 100: Undefined 101: Undefined 110: Always print (with sent document) 111: Print (when completed due to communication error + with sent document) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-75 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 142

    These bits program whether or not the broadcast transmission report is printed and the conditions for printing. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-76 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 143

    These bits program whether or not the multi polling transmission report is printed or not and the conditions for printing. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-77 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 144

    Determines if transmission result report is printed if the user cancels the job. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-78 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 145

    0: No 1: Yes Recording contents when Journal is output manually: Transmissions only Receptions only 10, 11: Transmissions/Receptions NG Handling on Journal Status: — 0: Print 1: Do not print — Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-79 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 146

    Selections determine whether or not OK or NG (failed) is added as a communication result on the journal. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-80 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 147

    Selections set speaker volume for the on-hook status or protocol monitor. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-81 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 148

    1: No reduction Discard setting of recording paper: 0: OFF 1: ON — Maximum reduction rate in vertical reduction: 0: 90% 1: 73% — Reduction in horizontal reduction: 0: No reduction 1: Reduction DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-82 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 149

    1:1 down to reduction. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-83 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 150

    6 is set to 1 (ON). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-84 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 151

    The selection makes ECM available or not available. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-85 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 152

    0: Not available 1: Available Collated Print setting: 0: Not available 1: Available Printer Power Saver Mode: 0: Not available 1: Available Department Code setting: 0: No 1: Yes Undefined — Undefined — DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-86 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 153

    This bit setting determines whether or not the department control function is avail- able. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-87 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 154

    1: Allowed — Department code in transmit header: 0: Not added 1: Add — Undefined Secure Reception function: 0: Prohibited 1: Allowed — Undefined — Quick Polling Communication: 0: Prohibited 1: Allowed DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-88 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 155

    This bits determines whether or not quick polling is carried out. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-89 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 156

    01: Automatic Reception 10: Undefined 11: Undefined — TTI off setting operation for user: 0: Disable 1: Enable — Transmission report off setting operation for user: 0: Disable 1: Enable — Undefined DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-90 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 157

    Enables or disables the Transmission Report print mode. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-91 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 158

    These bits determine the CI ring volume. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-92 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 159

    FUNC 22 Bit 3 to 0: Sets the minimum number of redial attempts. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-93 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 160

    Sets the minimum time intervals between redials repeating the statement over again. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-94 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 161

    Line monitor for user mode: 0: OFF 1: ON Always monitoring the communication line: — 00: Not monitored 01: Monitored for Line 1 10: Monitored for Line 2 11: Monitored for Line 1 and 2 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-95 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 162

    Sets the unit to monitor or not monitor the communication line. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-96 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 163

    0: Auto Selection 1: Lower Tray PCL Print Online/Offline Setting: 0: Offline 1: Online Letter Head Paper Setting: 000: 001: Upper Tray 010: Middle/Lower Tray 011: Lower Tray 100-110: Undefined 111: Bypass Tray March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-97 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 164

    These bits select the Letter Head Paper Tray Option. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-98 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 165

    0100: 4800 bps 0101: 12000 bps (V.17) 0110: Undefined 0111: Undefined 1000: 9600 bps 1001: 9600 bps (V.17) 1011: Undefined 1100: 7200 bps 1101: 7200 bps (V.17) 1110: Undefined 1111: Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-99 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 166

    These bits set the modem speed. The speed should be programmed when the tele- phone line quality is poor. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-100 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 167

    10: 2 times 11: 1 time Use of V.34 Modem for Line 1: — 0: Prohibited 1: Allowed V.34 Modem Initial Speed for Line 1: — 0: 28,800 bps 1: 33,600 bps March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-101 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 168

    Bit setting allows the user to choose the speed at which the V.34 modem operates. (Line 1) Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-102 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 169

    Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-103 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 170

    100: Undefined 101: DD-MM-YYYY 110: YYYY-MM-DD 111: Undefined Month format of clock: 0: Numeric 1: Alphabets Time display of clock: 0: 24-hour system 1: 12-hour system Undefined — Undefined — Undefined — DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-104 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 171

    Bit setting allows the user to choose between the 24-hour or the 12-hour system. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-105 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 172

    Specified time setting to super power saver in automatic: 000000 to 111100 ... counts up for each minute. 000000: Soon 000001: 1 minute 000010: 2 minutes 111100: 60 minutes 1111XX: 60 minutes DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-106 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 173

    The time can be programmed for up to 60 minutes. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-107 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 174

    Determines whether the relay reception list is printed, and the conditions for printing. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-108 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 175

    A5 Size Transmission Report print after a Memory Transmission: — 0: Do not Print 1: Print Journal Print Page (Key default): 000: Do not Print 001: 50 communications 010: 100 communications 011: 150 communications 1XX: Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-109 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 176

    Sets the number of communication to be printed on Jounal (automatic print). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-110 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 177

    Languages in LCD display and report: 0000: English 0001: Italian 0010: Germany 0011: Spanish 0100: Belgium 0101: Dutch 0110: Swedish 0111: Finnish 1000: Norwegian 1001: Portuguese 1010: Danish 1011: French 1100: Quebec 1101-1111: Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-111 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 178

    These bits select the language for messages and list indication. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-112 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 179

    Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-113 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 180

    Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-114 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 181

    • FUNC 36 Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-115 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 182

    • FUNC 37 Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-116 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 183

    • FUNC 38 Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-117 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 184

    • FUNC 39 Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-118 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 185: Pc Func

    Informing of communication journal to PC print 0: Do not inform 1: Inform — LDC Function: 0: Prohibited 1: Allowed — Printing Function: 0: Prohibited 1: Allowed — Scanner Function: 0: Prohibited 1: Allowed March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-119 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 186

    This switch allows or prohibits scanning directed from the PC. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-120 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 187

    PC at PC FAX reception. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-121 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 188

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-122 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 189

    This switch specifies the time intervals between retries in data transmission to the Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-123 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 190

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-124 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 191

    • PC FUNC 5 Link with User Contents Function Setting — Undefined Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-125 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 192

    • PC FUNC 6 Link with User Contents Function Setting — Undefined Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-126 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 193

    • PC FUNC 7 Link with User Contents Function Setting — Undefined Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-127 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 194

    100: Level 4 101: Level 5 110: Level 6 111: Level 7 (Dark) Half Tone Setting: — 0: Enable 1: Disable Collate Copy Draft Setting: 0: Enable 1: Disable Undefined — DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-128 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 195

    HOME 0 Bit 1: This bit select the Collate Copy Option. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-129 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 196

    HOME 1 Bit 5: This bit select the Prohibit Memory Transmission Option. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-130 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 197

    These bits determine the Reduce of Copies default setting. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-131 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 198

    100: 1.3 sec. 101: 1.8 sec. 110: 2.5 sec. 111: 500 msec. Allowable gap during line current detection (PSTN): — 00: Off 01: 50 msec. 10: 100 msec. 11: 200 msec. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-132 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/12...

  • Page 199

    When “BZT” is selected for “DTC/LCC for PSTN” in UAD 1, this setting is ignored. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-133 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 200

    111: No Check Maximum waiting time for dial tone: — 000: 20 sec. 001: 10 sec. 010: 8 sec. 011: 15 sec. 100: 3.3 sec. 101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-134 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 201

    If the dial tone is not detected and redial attempt or internal retry will be performed later. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-135 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 202

    100: 1.3 sec. 101: 1.8 sec. 110: 2.5 sec. 111: 500 msec. Allowable gap during line current detection (PABX): — 00: Off 01: 50 msec. 10: 100 msec. 11: 200 msec. DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-136 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 203

    Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-137 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 204

    111: No Check Maximum waiting time for dial tone: — 000: 20 sec. 001: 10 sec. 010: 8 sec. 011: 15 sec. 100: 3.3 sec. 101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-138 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 205

    If the dial tone is not detected and redial attempt or internal retry will be performed later. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-139 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 206

    — 0: No check 1: Check Dial T1 timer: — 000: 60 sec. 001: 35 sec. 010: 90 sec. 011: 55 sec. 100: 145 sec. 101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-140 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 207

    Sets the value of the T1 timer in the calling terminal. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-141 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 208

    • The number of T1 time-out in automatic dialing is counted (manual dialing not included). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-142 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 209

    1: Enable Dial Retry Counter: — 0000 to 1110 ... counts up for each time. 0000: No redialing 0001: 1 time 0010: 2 times 0011: 3 times 1110: 14 times 1111: Reserved March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-143 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 210

    These bits program the number of redial times. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-144 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 211

    These bits programs the switch time when a pause is entered as a part of a dial number. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-145 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 212

    1: Enable Undefined — Interval between redialing attempts: — 0001 to 1111 ... counts up for each minute. 0000: default (3 minutes) 0001: 1 minute 0010: 2 minutes 1111: 15 minutes DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-146 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 213

    UAD 8 Bits 3 to 0: These bits program the redial intervals. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-147 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 214

    101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined MF Timing: — 000: 80/80 msec. 001: 70/70 msec. 010: 70/150 msec. 011: 60/60 msec. 100: 80/100 msec. 101: 150/50 msec. 110: 150/240 msec. 111: Undefined DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-148 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 215

    Sets the tone on and tone off times for tone dialing (MF). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-149 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 216

    These bits program the attenuator value for the MF signal. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-150 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 217

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-151 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 218

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-152 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 219

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-153 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 220

    Sets the dial tone’s attenuation detection level during reception (PABX). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-154 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 221

    — Undefined — Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-155 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 222

    These bits program busy tone signal OFF time. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-156 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 223

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-157 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 224

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-158 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 225

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-159 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 226

    This bit sets the dialing method for Line 1 (DP/MF). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-160 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 227

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-161 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 228

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-162 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 229

    100: 1.3 sec. 101: 1.8 sec. 110: 2.5 sec. 111: 500 msec. Allowable gap during line current detection (PSTN): — 00: Off 01: 50 msec. 10: 100 msec. 11: 200 msec. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-163 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 01/12...

  • Page 230

    When “BZT” is selected for “DTC/LCC for PSTN” in 2UAD 1, this setting is ignored. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-164 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 231

    111: No Check Maximum waiting time for dial tone: — 000: 20 sec. 001: 10 sec. 010: 8 sec. 011: 15 sec. 100: 3.3 sec. 101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-165 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 232

    If the dial tone is not detected and redial attempt or internal retry will be performed later. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-166 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 233

    100: 1.3 sec. 101: 1.8 sec. 110: 2.5 sec. 111: 500 msec. Allowable gap during line current detection (PABX): — 00: Off 01: 50 msec. 10: 100 msec. 11: 200 msec. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-167 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 234

    Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-168 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 235

    111: No Check Maximum waiting time for dial tone: — 000: 20 sec. 001: 10 sec. 010: 8 sec. 011: 15 sec. 100: 3.3 sec. 101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-169 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 236

    If the dial tone is not detected and redial attempt or internal retry will be performed later. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-170 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 237

    — 0: No check 1: Check Dial T1 timer: — 000: 60 sec. 001: 35 sec. 010: 90 sec. 011: 55 sec. 100: 145 sec. 101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-171 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 238

    Sets the value of the T1 timer in the calling terminal. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-172 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 239

    • The number of T1 time-out in automatic dialing is counted (manual dialing not included). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-173 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 240

    1: Enable Dial Retry Counter: — 0000 to 1110 ... counts up for each time. 0000: No redialing 0001: 1 time 0010: 2 times 0011: 3 times 1110: 14 times 1111: Reserved DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-174 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 241

    These bits program the number of redial times. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-175 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 242

    These bits programs the switch time when a pause is entered as a part of a dial number. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-176 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 243

    1: Enable Undefined — Interval between redialing attempts: — 0001 to 1111 ... counts up for each minute. 0000: default (3 minutes) 0001: 1 minute 0010: 2 minutes 1111: 15 minutes March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-177 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 244

    2UAD 8 Bits 3 to 0: These bits program the redial intervals. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-178 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 245

    101: Undefined 110: Undefined 111: Undefined MF Timing: — 000: 80/80 msec. 001: 70/70 msec. 010: 70/150 msec. 011: 60/60 msec. 100: 80/100 msec. 101: 150/50 msec. 110: 150/240 msec. 111: Undefined March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-179 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 246

    Sets the tone on and tone off times for tone dialing (MF). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-180 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 247: Undefined

    These bits program the attenuator value for the MF signal. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-181 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 248

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-182 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 249

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-183 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 250

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-184 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 251

    Sets the dial tone’s attenuation detection level during reception (PABX). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-185 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 252

    — Undefined — Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-186 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 253

    These bits program busy tone signal OFF time. Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-187 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 254

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-188 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 255

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-189 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 256

    Link with User Contents Function Setting Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-190 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 257

    This bit programs the dialing method for Line 2 (DP/MF). Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-191 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 258

    Contents Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU DP120F/DP125F Function Settings 4-192 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 259

    Function Setting Undefined — Undefined — Default table US TYPE EUR TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE GB IT BE NL ES AT CH SE DK NO PT FR AU March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 4-193 DP120F/DP125F Function Settings...

  • Page 260: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 5 Mechanical Description 1. Basic Components ..................5-1 2. Transmission Section ................5-2 Actions of Transmission Section ..............5-2 Components of Transmission Section ............5-4 3. Reception Section ..................5-8 Actions of Reception Section ................. 5-8 Components of Reception Section ..............5-9 Laser Scanner Area ..................

  • Page 261: Basic Components

    Optional recording paper trays (Mid-row and Lower-row) and Optional bypass tray, as in the figure below. Operation panel assembly 05-01-01a Transmission section Optional bypass tray Reception section Optional recording paper tray (Mid-row) Optional recording paper tray (Lower-row) 05-01-01b Fig. 5-1-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 262: Transmission Section, Actions Of Transmission Section

    However, normal feeding is not performed when the friction between the pages is exces- sive. In this case, document jams may occur or multiple pages may be fed together. DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 263

    Document position sensor Document Pinch roller ADF unit White plate Document sensor Pinch roller Kick roller ADF roller TX drive roller R TX drive roller L CIS unit 05-02-01 Fig. 5-2-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 264: Components Of Transmission Section

    This roller is driven by the TX motor. The feed speed by the Kick roller is slower than the ADF roller. Accordingly, a one-way clutch is attached to the Kick roller, to allow the Kick roller to turn freely in one direction. DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 265

    During a multi-page transmission, the bottom edge of the last page detects the end of the transmission. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 266

    • Pinch roller The Pinch rollers are pressed against the TX drive rollers L and R to assist feeding. The Pinch rollers are driven by the rotation of the TX drive rollers. DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 267

    (As for resolution, etc., Refer to Page 2-2.) The light emitted by LEDs strikes the surface of the document and reflects through the Lens array and is read by the Sensor array. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 268: Reception Section, Actions Of Reception Section

    Paper pickup roller, a paper jam error is detected. Developer assembly Drum unit Fuser Feed direction Optional bypass tray Recording paper tray Optional recording paper tray Recording paper 05-03-01 Fig. 5-3-1 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 269: Components Of Reception Section

    One of the three Paper size sensors is turned on by the Paper guide B in the Recording paper tray and detects the size of paper loaded in the tray. The sensors are located in the rear of the tray base. (Refer to page 6-11.) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 270

    The Paper pickup roller supplies the recording paper from the Recording paper tray. The roller is driven by the Main motor assembly, but the timing of its rotation is controlled by the Paper pickup solenoid. DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 271

    One of the three switches for the Paper size sensor is turned on by the slide lever in the Bypass tray and detects the size of paper loaded in the Bypass tray. The sensor is located on the right side of the machine. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-11 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 272: Laser Scanner Area

    Each time the Start sensor receives the laser beam, it sends a signal to the Main PBA. The Main PBA uses this signal to determine the print start position of each line. DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 273

    The positive holes, with their positive load, may be regarded as the “skin” that is cast off after the transfer of electrons into the semiconductor. 05-03-06 Fig. 5-3-6 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-13 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 274

    (the shaded areas) form reflecting surfaces. (These two reflecting surfaces will be hereafter referred to as the “junction area.”) 05-03-08 Fig. 5-3-8 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 275

    The laser diode generates a laser beam when a current that equals or is greater than the stipulated value (I th) flows. I th Laser driving current 05-03-09 Fig. 5-3-9 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-15 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 276

    05-03-10 Fig. 5-3-10 Therefore, the laser beam should be converted into parallel light by the Collimator lens. Semiconductor laser element Laser beam Aperture surface Collimator lens 05-03-11 Fig. 5-3-11 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 277

    Main PBA scans 1 line on the drum not being rotated. With this facsimile, toner is attracted to the area where the laser beam strikes the drum. PRINTING IMAGE Black level White level (Laser is ON) (Laser is OFF) 05-03-13 Fig. 5-3-13 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-17 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 278

    Reflecting mirror 2 Polygon mirror Reflecting mirror 1 Fθ lens Drum 05-03-14 Fig. 5-3-14 Following shows an example of the laser beam raster scanning to form a character “A.” 05-03-15 Fig. 5-3-15 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 279

    The rotation starts when the Polygon driver receives the Polygon motor drive signal from the Main PBA. Then, when the rotation speed of the Polygon motor becomes stable, the polygon driver sends the Polygon motor synchronous signal to the Main PBA. 05-03-16 Fig. 5-3-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-19 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 280: Print Area

    The electrostatic discharge process, electrostatic charge process and developer pro- cess are done in the Developer assembly with Drum unit, and is shown below. Charger Discharge lamp Laser beam Developer assembly Drum Discharger Fuser Transfer charger 05-03-17 Fig. 5-3-17 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 281

    By using the corona discharge, a negative charge is applied equally over the drum sur- face. A grid is used to ensure that the negative charge is applied to the drum evenly. Charger Charger wire Grid OPC drum 05-03-19 Fig. 5-3-19 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-21 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 282

    The characteristics of the OPC drum to generate a charge reacts to all light sources, not only a laser beam, and controls the life of the drum. Time (t) Laser ON Laser OFF -500 05-03-21 Fig. 5-3-21 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 283

    The main components of toner are magnetic powder and resin, and are given a negative charge by the friction. Therefore, the toner adheres to the drum on the areas which have been irradiated by the laser beam and so creates a visible image. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-23 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 284

    This process is used to prevent an occurrence of print quality problem (black or white spots, etc.) which might be seen on paper with higher resistance, such as transparencies. OPC drum Toner Recording paper Discharge wire 05-03-24 Fig. 5-3-24 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-24 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 285

    To prevent winding or creasing of the recording paper, the Fuser cleaner contains silicon oil. The oil is applied to the Heat roller in small quantities each time the roller turns. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 5-25 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description...

  • Page 286

    Drum unit by the Toner feed roller. This cleaning process is done in the Drum unit. Cleaning blade Toner OPC drum Toner feed roller 05-03-26 Fig. 5-3-26 DP120F/DP125F Mechanical Description 5-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 287: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 6 PBA Outline and Sensor Functions 1. Electrical Components................6-1 2. PC Board Layout ..................6-2 3. Connector Layout of PC Board ..............6-3 MAIN PBA ...................... 6-3 NCU PBA ....................... 6-4 MOTHER PBA ....................6-5 LVPS....................... 6-5 HVPS ......................6-6 DOCUMENT SENSOR PBA ................

  • Page 288: Electrical Components

    Power supply section: LVPS (Generation of supply voltages for the logic system and drive system and power supply delivery to the fuser) HVPS PBA (HVPS delivery for charging, development, and transfer) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 289: Pc Board Layout

    MODEM PBA (DP120F: Option/ DP125F: Standard) MEMORY PBA (Option for DP120F) OPTIONAL TRAY PBA (Middle - row: Option) MOTHER PBA OPTIONAL TRAY PBA (Lower - row: Option) Fig. 6-2-1 06-02-01 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 290: Connector Layout Of Pc Board

    3. Connector Layout of PC Board MAIN PBA Fig. 6-3-1 06-03-01 NOTE: CN7 is mounted on the DP120F Main PBA only. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 291

    NCU PBA • US/CA/TW models Fig. 6-3-2 06-03-02 • EU/AU/ASIA/HK models Fig. 6-3-3 06-03-03 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 292

    MOTHER PBA Fig. 6-3-4 06-03-04 LVPS 06-03-05 Fig. 6-3-5 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 293: Document Sensor Pba

    HVPS Fig. 6-3-6 06-03-06 DOCUMENT SENSOR PBA 06-03-07 Fig. 6-3-7 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 294

    PC I/F PBA Fig. 6-3-8 06-03-08 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 295

    OPTIONAL TRAY PBA Fig. 6-3-9 06-03-09 TEL PBA (US/CA models only) Fig. 6-3-10 06-03-10 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 296

    3.10 MODEM PBA 06-03-11 Fig. 6-3-11 3.11 MEMORY PBA Fig. 6-3-12 06-03-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 297

    Sensor Layout (1/3) Scanner cover open switch Document sensor Top cover open switch Document position sensor 06-04-01 Fig. 6-4-1 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function 6-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 298

    Optional paper size sensor 2 size sensor 0 Paper size Paper size sensor 2 sensor 0 Optional paper size sensor 1 Paper size sensor 1 Fig. 6-4-2 06-04-02 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 6-11 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 299

    Sensor Layout (3/3) Toner empty sensor Paper exit sensor Bypass tray paper empty sensor Bypass tray paper size sensor Paper feed sensor 06-04-03 Fig. 6-4-3 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function 6-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 300: Table Of Sensors

    Bypass tray paper FIG. 6-4-3 SCPS0-2 Micro-switch Detection of recording — size sensor paper size in the bypass tray (LT, A4, LG) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 6-13 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 301: Functions Of Each Sensor

    In case the sensor stays on even a fixed time after the transport of the document has started, a document jam will be assumed. DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function 6-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 302

    When the actuator of the sensor is pushed up by the recording paper to turn on the sensor, the loading of recording paper will be detected. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 6-15 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 303

    When all the three paper size sensors are off, it will be judged that there is no recording paper tray. Paper guide set position HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH No recording paper tray HIGH HIGH HIGH DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function 6-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 304

    In case the sensor stays on even a fixed time after the sensor has been turned on, a paper jam will be assumed. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 6-17 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 305

    While the top cover open sensor is off, a power supply voltage of 24VSW delivered from the LVPS and the AC voltage delivered to the fuser are cut off. DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function 6-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 306

    When the actuator of the sensor is pushed up by recording paper in the bypass tray to turn on the sensor, the recording paper placed will be detected. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 6-19 DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function...

  • Page 307

    This detects the size (LT, A4, LG or Other) of recording paper placed in the bypass tray. Paper size select plate set position SCPS0 SCPS1 SCPS2 HIGH HIGH HIGH Other HIGH HIGH HIGH DP120F/DP125F PBA Outline and Sensor Function 6-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 308: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 7 Circuit Description 1. Outline ......................7-1 Circuit Connection Diagram ................7-1 Block Diagram ....................7-7 PBA Major Device Diagrams ................7-8 Power Supply Table ..................7-10 2. Flow of Image Signals ................7-11 Facsimile Transmission .................. 7-11 Facsimile Reception ..................7-13 Copy .......................

  • Page 309: Table Of Contents

    4. NCU PBA ..................... 7-77 Line Path Switching Control Circuit ..............7-79 Dial Pulse Generation Circuit ................. 7-81 Line Current Detect Circuit ................7-83 CI Detect Circuit ..................... 7-85 Line Monitor Circuit ..................7-87 Hook Detect Circuit (US/CA models only) ............7-90 5.

  • Page 310: Chapter 7 Circuit Description, Circuit Connection Diagram

    This section outlines the entire circuitry using the circuit connection diagrams, the block diagram the major device diagram of each PBA, and the table of power supplies. 1.1 Circuit Connection Diagram US/CA/TW models (1/3) 07-01-01 Fig. 7-1-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 311

    US/CA/TW models (2/3) 07-01-02 Fig. 7-1-2 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 312

    US/CA/TW models (3/3) 07-01-03 Fig. 7-1-3 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 313

    EU/AU/ASIA/HK models (1/3) 07-01-01E Fig. 7-1-4 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 314

    EU/AU/ASIA/HK models (2/3) 07-01-02E Fig. 7-1-5 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 315

    EU/AU/ASIA/HK models (3/3) 07-01-03E Fig. 7-1-6 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 316: Block Diagram

    1.2 Block Diagram 07-01-10 Fig. 7-1-7 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 317

    1.3 PBA Major Device Diagrams (1/2) MAIN PBA 07-01-04 Fig. 7-1-8 NCU PBA (EU/AU/ASIA/HK) NCU PBA (US/CA/TW) 07-01-05E Fig. 7-1-10 07-01-05 Fig. 7-1-9 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 318

    1.3 PBA Major Device Diagrams (2/2) OPTIONAL TRAY PBA 07-01-06 Fig. 7-1-11 MEMORY PBA MODEM PBA (Option for DP120F only) 07-01-08 Fig. 7-1-13 07-01-07 Fig. 7-1-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 319: Power Supply Table

    3.3V power supply for Main PBA logic 3.3VB +3.3 3.3V buck up Battery Main PBA Signal ground LVPS Analog ground LVPS Power ground LVPS 24VSW +12V -12V +18V 5VLSU 3.3V R12V -R12V -R5V DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 320: Flow Of Image Signals, Facsimile Transmission

    07-02-01 Fig. 7-2-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-11 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 321

    PTC GA where it is coded to data in the JBIG format. Then the JBIG coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). This allows the coded data for all the documents for transmission to be stored in the SYS-DRAM.

  • Page 322: Facsimile Reception

    NCU PBA. The analog data is demodulated to coded data by the MODEM. Then the coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). The coded data is transferred to the CODEC (IC51) through the CODEC interface of the PTC GA (IC45) where it is decoded to raster data.

  • Page 323

    There are the following two copy modes: the normal copy mode in which the documents placed are printed one by one and the sort copy mode in which all the documents read are stored in memory before being printed. 07-02-03 Fig. 7-2-3 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 324

    PTC GA where it is coded to data in the JBIG format. Then the JBIG coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). This allows the coded data for all the documents for copying to be stored in the SYS-DRAM.

  • Page 325: Pc Interface

    PC, the PC facsimile reception mode in which the data received is read by the PC, and the GDI print mode in which the data sent from the PC is printed. 2.4.1 PC Scanner 07-02-04 Fig. 7-2-4 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 326

    PTC GA where it is coded to data in the JBIG format. Then the JBIG coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). This allows the coded data for all the documents scanned to be stored in the SYS-DRAM.

  • Page 327

    PC is transmitted page by page and the PC indirect transmission mode in which all the document data is read and stored in memory before being transmitted. 07-02-05 Fig. 7-2-5 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 328

    The raster data is transferred to the CODEC where it is coded to data in the JBIG format. Then the JBIG coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). This allows the coded data for all the documents for transmission to be stored in the SYS-DRAM.

  • Page 329

    NCU PBA. The analog data is demodulated to coded data by the MODEM. Then the coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). The coded data is transferred to the CODEC (IC51) through the CODEC interface of the PTC GA (IC45) where it is decoded to raster data.

  • Page 330

    The raster data is converted to print data by the PTC interface and sent to the LSU. The LSU is driven according to the received print data for printing on the recording paper. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-21 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 331: Pcl Print

    The raster data is converted to print data by the PTC interface and sent to the LSU. The LSU is driven according to the received print data for printing on the recording paper. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 332: Network Interface

    GD-1040: IFAX PBA) which transmits or receives document data as an attached file in emailing by using Internet. This section describes the flow of image signals for Internet fax transmission and reception. 2.6.1 Internet Fax Transmission 07-02-09 Fig. 7-2-9 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-23 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 333

    PTC GA where it is coded to data in the JBIG format. Then the JBIG coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). This allows the coded data for all the documents scanned to be stored in the SYS-DRAM.

  • Page 334

    The raster data is transferred to the CODEC (IC51) where it is coded to data in the JBIG format. Then the JBIG coded data is transferred to the SYS-DRAM (DP120F: IC34, IC41/DP125F: IC46). This allows all the coded data received to be stored in the SYS- DRAM.

  • Page 335

    • Drum unit and Developer assembly detection • CODEC (MH, MR, MMR, JBIG) control • TX motor control • Top cover open detection • Scanner cover open detection • PC interface • Generation of print clocks DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 336

    • MG motor control • Fan motor control • HVPS control • Optional paper tray interface Sub-CPU (IC37) • System control in Super Power Save mode • LVPS control • LED control March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-27 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 337: Memory Circuit

    3.1 Memory Circuit 07-03-01 Fig. 7-3-1 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-28 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 338

    (D0-15) and address bus (A1-15). IC34 and IC41 (installed on the DP120F only) are 16M-bit DRAM’s and used for storing image data and as a CPU work memory and a transmit/receive data buffer. These DRAM’s are backed up by the nickel-hydrogen battery.

  • Page 339

    DP125F 8192KB 7008KB 160KB 256KB 768KB 8192KB DP120F 4096KB 2912KB 160KB 256KB 768KB 8192KB Option memory is not installed DP120F 8192KB 7008KB 160KB 256KB 768KB 8192KB Option memory (4MB) is installed DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-30 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 340: Scanning Control Circuit

    LED Array Lighting Signal XCLK CIS Drive Clock Line Synchronizing Signal Analog Image Data MVSCK Image Data Transfer Clock PTC GA MVSENX Image Enable Signal PTC GA MVSDA Serial Image Data PTC GA March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-31 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 341: Lsu Drive Circuit

    The PTC GA reads the image data stored in the DRAM where it is converted to a LDATA signal and outputs it to the EET. The EET performs smoothing on LDATA and converts it to VDIN before outputting it to the PTC DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-32 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 342

    Laser Enable Signal LDATA Print Data VDIN EET Print Data PTC GA VDOUT LSU Exposure Data UFEO LSU Horizontal Synchronizing Signal MT2C0 LSU Sample/Hold Clock Signal IC262 LSUSH LSU Sample/Hold Signal March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-33 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 343: Fuser Control Circuit

    Signal Name Type Active Description Destination ATH1 Thermistor Measured Temperature Thermistor Information ADCDO A/D Converter Digital Output Signal PTC GA HTON Heater Tube on Signal Heater tube DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-34 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 344: Reset Circuit

    ROUTX signal to go LOW. This causes the system to be reset in the same manner as when the power is turned on. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination PWRESETX Power on Reset Signal RESETX Reset Signal Each IC ROUTX Watchdog Reset Signal March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-35 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 345: Super Power Save Circuit

    3.6 Super Power Save Circuit Main PWB No. HBJB0008405 07-03-06 Fig. 7-3-6-1 Main PWB No. HBJB0008406/HBJB0008407 07-03-06-2 Fig. 7-3-6-2 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-36 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 346

    PWSV signal to go LOW to cut off the supply of power to other than the super power save circuit. This allows the machine to be placed in the super power save mode to light the power save LED. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-37 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 347

    Then it causes the PWSV signal to be LOW to cut off the supply of power from the LVPS to other than the super power save circuit. This allows the super power save state to be assumed to light the power save LED. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-38 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 348

    I/OP-2 GA PWRSVLED Power Save LED Lighting Signal Operation panel PBA CIREQ CI Request Signal I/OP-2 GA PWRSVREQ Power Save Request Signal I/OP-2 GA PWRSVKEY Key Input Detect Signal Operation panel PBA March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-39 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 349: Toner Empty Detect Circuit

    LOW to turn off the piezo-electric element. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination TONEREN Toner Empty Detect Start Signal Toner empty sensor Toner Empty Detect Signal IC55 TONERH Toner Empty Detect Amplify Signal A/D converter DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-40 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 350: Drum Unit Detect Circuit

    Signal Name Type Active Description Destination PUCHKON Drum Unit Detection Enable Signal Q272 Drum Unit Detect Signal A/D converter PROCHG Discharge Lamp Lighting/ Fuse Blow Signal Discharge Lamp Signal Drum unit March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-41 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 351: Main Motor Drive Circuit

    MMSYNC signal to be HIGH and outputs it to the I/OP-2 GA. This detects that the rotation of the main motor has been stabilized. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination MMON Main Motor Drive Signal MMSYNC Main Motor Drive Synchronizing Signal I/OP-2 GA DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-42 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 352: Tx Motor Drive Circuit

    Tx Motor A/B/AX/ BX Phase Signal IC70 AX, BX MT1C0, 1 Tx Motor Current Control 1/2 Signal Q2, 257 OTXA, B, Tx Motor Drive A/B/AX/ BX Phase Signal TX motor AX, BX March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-43 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 353: Mg Motor Drive Circuit

    The I/OP-2 GA causes the MGON signal to be HIGH to turn on Q12. This allows a power supply to be delivered to the MG motor for driving. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination MGON MG Motor Drive Signal DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-44 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 354: Fan Motor Drive Circuit

    Description Destination FANL Fan Motor Low Speed Signal Q255 FANH Fan Motor High Speed Signal Q254 FANPS Fan Motor Drive Signal Fan motor FANDET Fan Motor Connection Detect Signal A/D converter March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-45 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 355: Document Detect Circuit

    Signal Name Type Active Description Destination DDET Document Detect Signal I/OP-2 GA SCNP Document Position Detect Signal I/OP-2 GA DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-46 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 356: Paper Empty Detect Circuit

    This causes the PE signal to be LOW and input to the I/OP-2 GA to detect the presence of recording paper. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination Paper Empty Detect Signal I/OP-2 GA March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-47 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 357: Paper Size Detect Circuit

    Recording paper size HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH No recording paper tray HIGH HIGH HIGH Signal Name Type Active Description Destination PS0-2 Paper Size Detect 0-2 Signals I/OP-2 GA DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-48 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 358: Paper Jam Detect Circuit

    HIGH within the specified time at this time, the occurrence of a recording paper jam will be assumed. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination FDS1 Paper Feed Sensor Detect Signal I/OP-2 GA FDS2 Paper Exit Sensor Detect Signal I/OP-2 GA March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-49 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 359: Paper Pickup Solenoid Drive Circuit

    The I/OP-2 GA causes the APF signal to be HIGH to turn on Q253. This allows the APF signal to be at GND level to drive the paper pickup solenoid for feeding the recording paper. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination Paper Pickup Solenoid Drive Signal Q253 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-50 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 360: Scanner Cover Open Detect Circuit

    HIGH. Then, when the PTC GA detects that the cover is open, the message “SCANNER COVER OPEN” will be displayed on the LCD of the Operation panel PBA. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination DOOR Scanner Cover Open Detect Signal PTC GA March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-51 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 361: Top Cover Open Detect Circuit

    “TOP COVER OPEN” will be displayed on the LCD of the Operation panel PBA. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-52 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 362

    Upper data strobe signal (active-low) Causes the upper data bus data to be latched. LDSX Lower data strobe signal (active-low) Causes the lower data bus data to be latched. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-53 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 363

    Read signal for SRAM (IC30). MRDX Flash ROM read signal (active-low) Read signal for Flash ROM (IC13, IC20) and ROM on the Recovery ROM PBA. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-54 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 364

    Bus ground acknowledge signal (active-low) Indicates the fact of becoming the bus master to the CPU (IC66). Bus request signal (active-low) Requests the CPU for bus control. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-55 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 365

    The PTC GA makes a request for DMA transfer with the PC interface. DSCDREQ DSC DMA request signal (active-low) The PTC GA makes a request for DMA transfer with the DSC. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-56 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 366

    An interrupt signal from GF-1010 (NIC/Relay PBA) is input. (Interrupt level 3) MT2INT Motor interrupt signal 2 A motor interrupt signal from the PTC GA is input. (Interrupt level 6) I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-57 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 367

    Read signal for PIX-DRAM (active-low) Reads data from PIX-DRAM. PWEX Write signal for PIX-DRAM (active-low) Writes data from PIX-DRAM. 122-125, PXD0-15 PIX-Data bus 127-130, 132-135, 137-140 I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-58 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 368

    The interrupt signal of the MODEM (IC5) is input. (Interrupt level 6) MDRRQ1 Line 1 MODEM receive data transfer request signal The MODEM makes a request to transfer receive data. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-59 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 369

    CPU interrupt request 0-2 signals (active-low) Request the CPU for interruption. DTACKX Data transfer acknowledge (active-low) Indicates the end of data transfer to the CPU. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-60 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 370

    CODEC DMA request 1 signal The CODEC makes a request for DMA transfer. 41-48, 50-57 PMID0-15 CODEC output data bus Bus for data output to CODEC. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-61 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 371

    A/D converter data output Outputs digital data to the A/D converter. ADCSRX A/D converter status signal (active-low) The status signal of the A/D converter is input. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-62 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 372

    Outputs exposure data for printing to the LSU. PCL synchronizing signal Synchronizing signal with GA-1020 (PCL PBA). PMCLK Polygon motor clock Drives the polygon motor in the LSU. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-63 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 373

    Controls the connection of the PC interface data bus. ERROR PCL error signal (L: Error) Indicates to the PCL that an error has occurred in the printer engine. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-64 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 374

    Resets the system. 158-160 TST0-2 Signal ground 162-166, PXD0-15 PIX Data bus 168-173, 175-179 MT1A TX motor phase A signal Drives the TX motor for document transport. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-65 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 375

    The last transfer flag of CH5 for PIX DMA transfer is input. C5A0 PIX DMA CH5 A0 signal A0 of CH5 for PIX DMA transfer is input. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-66 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 376

    Causes the lower data bus data to be latched. UDSX Upper data strobe signal (active-low) Causes the upper data bus data to be latched. 225-230 A1-7 Address bus I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-67 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 377

    Line 2 return loss adjust control signal (EU/AU/ASIA models only) Adjusts the return loss by switching the circuit. RLADJ21 RLADJ22 ASIA HIGH Unused HIGH HIGH HIGH CTR21 (EU) I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-68 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 378

    Causes line 1 to generate dial pulses. ERCL1 Unused ATT3DB1 Line 1 attenuator control signal (H: ATT3dB inserted) Connects the attenuator to line 1 to attenuate the reception level by 3dB. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-69 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 379

    Line 1 MODEM reset signal (active-low) Resets the MODEM (IC5). MDM2RESX Line 2 MODEM reset signal (active-low) Resets the MODEM (IC1) on the MODEM PBA. HCTR6 Unused G1HZ Unused I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-70 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 380

    Indicates that CODEC has ended the process. G/PCHK GDI/PCL status check signal (H: GDI, L: PCL) Identifies the data transfer system from the PC. HSWSO Unused I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-71 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 381

    Paper exit sensor detect signal (L: In transport) Detect the transport status of recording paper. LEDON LED array lighting signal (H: ON) Lights the LED array for reading in the CIS. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-72 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 382

    Detects the presence or absence of a document. SCNP Document position detect signal (L: Document present) Detects that the document has been transported to the scan- ning position. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-73 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 383

    Starts the CODEC (IC51) circuit. SHENA LSU sample hold signal (H: Hold, L: Sample) Samples or holds the LED output of the LSU. HCTR6 Unused G1HZ Unused I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-74 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 384

    Detects the hook state of the handset (Option for US/CA models only). CISX CI detect signal (H: Undetected, L: Detected) Detects the ring signal sent from line 1 or 2. I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-75 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 385

    Indicates to I/OP-2 GA (IC48) that CI has been de- tected. PWRSVREQ Power save request signal (active-low) Requests the Sub-CPU (IC37) to transit to the power save mode. KEOHOLDX 5VPS 5VPS I: Input O: Output I/O: Bidirectional DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-76 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 386

    The NCU PBA is connected to CN3 on the Main PBA. It can also be connected optionally to CN4. The description of this section is based on the NCU PBA for Line 1. US/CA/TW models 07-04-00 Fig. 7-4-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-77 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 387

    EU/AU/ASIA/HK models 07-04-00E Fig. 7-4-2 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-78 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 388: Line Path Switching Control Circuit

    Turning on the CML relay and analog switch allows the MODEM to be connected to the line. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination CML1 Line 1 CML Relay Control Signal RLY2, IC51 ATT3DB1 Line 1 Attenuator Control Signal IC51 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-79 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 389

    Signal Name Type Active Description Destination CML1 Line 1 CML Relay Control Signal RLY3, IC3 ATT3DB1 Line 1 Attenuator Control Signal RLADJ11,2 Line 1 Return Loss Adjust Signal 1, 2 IC5, IC7 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-80 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 390: Dial Pulse Generation Circuit

    Signal Name Type Active Description Destination Line 1 Dial Pulse Generate Signal March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-81 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 391

    I/OP-1 GA causes the LD1 signal to be HIGH to turn on Q6. This allows the photo-coupler to turn on and allow current to flow through the line for sending dial make. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination Line 1 Dial Pulse Generate Signal DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-82 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 392: Line Current Detect Circuit

    Signal Name Type Active Description Destination OREVA1 Line 1 Current Detect Signal I/OP-1 GA OREVB1 Line 1 Current Reverse Current Detect I/OP-1 GA Signal March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-83 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 393

    IC turns on and off to detect the off-hook status. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination OREVA1 Line 1 Current Detect Signal I/OP-1 GA OREVB1 Current Reverse Line 1 Current Detect I/OP-1 GA Signal DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-84 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 394: Ci Detect Circuit

    This allows the OCI1 signal to be a pulse signal and input to the I/OP-1 GA on the Main PBA, thereby detecting the ring signal. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination OCI1 Line 1 CI Detect Signal I/OP-1 GA March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-85 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 395

    This allows Q5 to turn on and off and the OCI1 signal to be a pulse signal and input to the I/OP-1 GA on the Main PBA, thereby detecting the ring signal. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination OCI1 Line 1 CI Detect Signal I/OP-1 GA DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-86 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 396: Line Monitor Circuit

    4.5 Line Monitor Circuit US/CA/TW models 07-04-05 Fig. 7-4-11 EU/AU/ASIA/HK models 07-04-05E Fig. 7-4-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-87 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 397

    The correspondence between the respective signals and sound volumes is shown in the table below. Sound volume SPVOL2 SPVOL1 SPVOL0 Silent (0) Min. (1) HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH Max. (7) HIGH HIGH HIGH DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-88 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 398

    The monitoring signal volume-controlled by IC14 is amplified by the OP amplifier (IC15) and output to the speaker. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination MONISEL Line Monitoring Select Signal TONESEL Line/Tone Select Signal RING/TONE Ring/Tone Select Signal SPVOL0-2 Speaker Volume Control Signals 0-2 IC14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-89 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 399: Hook Detect Circuit (us/ca Models Only)

    The hook status of the external telephone is detected by detecting current flowing through the line by the line current detection circuit when the handset is lifted. Signal Name Type Active Description Destination OHOOK1 Hook Detect Signal I/OP-1 GA DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-90 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 400

    Main PBA. It also relays the power supply delivered from the LVPS to each PBA. The Mother PBA simplifies the harness connection between each PBA or I/O equipment and the Main PBA, thereby making more efficient the attaching and detaching operations for the Main PBA. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-91 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 401

    07-05-00 Fig. 7-5-1 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-92 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 402: Operation Panel Pba

    6. OPERATION PANEL PBA This section describes the functions of the Operation panel PBA. 07-06-00 Fig. 7-6-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-93 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 01/08...

  • Page 403

    LCD Common Signals 1-64 1-64 LCDSEG LCD Segment Signals 1-160 1-160 SWS1-11 Key Switch Detect Output Signals 1-11 Each key switch SWC1-8 Key Switch Detect Input Signals 1-8 I/O GA DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-94 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/08...

  • Page 404

    The LVPS consists of the transformer, regulator, photo-coupler, and other peripheral devices. It delivers each stable power supply (+24V, ±12V, +5V) to the entire system. It is connected to CN1 on the Mother PBA. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-95 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 405: Power Supply Voltage Generation

    R9, R10 and ZD2, the maximum on time of Q10 does not extend beyond a certain value and the output voltage drops for protection against overcurrent. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-96 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 406: Stabilizing Circuit

    When the current in the primary circuit is cut off, the emission power of the secondary circuit will drop to decrease the output voltage for stabilization. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-97 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 407: Power Output Control Circuit

    LOW and Q12 and photo-coupler (PC4) turn on. When PC4 turns on, Q13 and Q11 turn off. This causes the supply of +5V to be stopped. The regulator (IC4) to generate +24V stops the supply of power when the PWSC signal goes LOW and Q5 turns on. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-98 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 408: Heater Drive Circuit

    If high power is about to be applied to the heater tube due to a sudden rise in the input voltage, and so on the fuse (FS2) will blow to prevent damage to the heater tube. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-99...

  • Page 409

    (T2). This allows power to be emitted from the secondary circuit of the transformer and constant-voltage to be supplied to the development roller. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-100 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 410

    Description Destination CHVON Charge Voltage Supply Signal IC52 DEVON Development Roller Voltage Supply Signal IC52 TCVON, Transfer Charger Current Set 1/2 Signal IC52 DRBIS1-2 Drum Bias Voltage Set 1/2 Signal IC52 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-101 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 411

    The control signals (NSTROBE signal, NAUTFDX signal, NINITX signal, NSELINX signal) re- ceived from the PC are input to the PTC GA through the gate (IC1). Signal Name Type Active Description Destination PIFD0-7 PC I/F Data Bus DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-102 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 412

    07-10-00 Fig. 7-10-1 The MODEM PBA is optionally installed on the DP120F, and is standard on the DP125F. The MODEM PBA consists of the modem (IC1) with a transmission speed of 33.6kbps and other peripheral devices. The MODEM PBA is used as a MODEM for Line 2.

  • Page 413: Tel Pba

    The TEL PBA consists of the speech network IC (IC1) and other peripheral devices and relays signals to the handset and detects the hook state of the handset. It is connected to CN8 on the NCU PBA. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-104 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/08...

  • Page 414

    07-12-00 Fig. 7-12-1 The Memory PBA is optionally installed on the DP120F only. This Memory PBA consists of the 16M bit DRAM’s (IC1, IC2) and other peripheral devices, and is used for storing image data and as a work memory for the system. It is connected to CN7 on the Mother PBA.

  • Page 415: Bypass Tray Control Circuit

    This section describes the control circuit for the bypass tray. The bypass tray is a unit for manually feeding the recording paper. It is optional on the DP120F, and standard on the DP125F. Functioning only when the bypass tray is mounted, the bypass tray control circuit detects the presence or absence of recording paper placed in the bypass tray and its size.

  • Page 416

    Signal Name Type Active Description Destination SCPE Bypass Paper Empty Detect Signal PTC GA SCPS0-2 Bypass Paper Size Detect 0-2 Signals PTC GA SCPF Bypass Tray Paper Pickup Solenoid Drive Q252 Signal March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-107 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 417

    The status of the optional recording paper tray is detected by detecting the output of each sensor connected to the Optional tray PBA by the Optional tray MPU and sending its detected result to the I/OP-2 GA as the STA1-3 signals. DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-108 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/08...

  • Page 418

    The respective signal levels and recording paper size detect conditions are listed in the table below. Recording paper size HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH No recording paper tray HIGH HIGH HIGH March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 7-109 DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description...

  • Page 419

    Optional Paper Tray Motor Current Control Motor driver 1 and 2 Signals FDA, B, Optional Paper Tray Motor Drive A, B, Optional paper AX, BX AX and BX Phase Signals tray motor DP120F/DP125F Circuit Description 7-110 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 420: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment 1. Before Disassembling or Reassembling ..........8-1 2. Disassembly and Reassembly ..............8-2 Cover Block ....................8-2 Top Cover Block ..................... 8-21 PBA Block ...................... 8-40 Base Block ..................... 8-57 Sensor Block ....................8-100 Optional Recording Paper Tray Block ............8-107 3.

  • Page 421: Before Disassembling Or Reassembling

    • Before disassembling, remove the phone line cord, handset, developer assembly, drum unit, fuser cleaner, interface cable, and recording pa- per tray. • All screws are standard ISO. And all dimensions are given in mm. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 422: Disassembly And Reassembly, Cover Block

    Release the left and right hooks of the recording paper tray, and remove the recording paper tray from the recording paper tray guides. Recording paper tray guide Hook Recording paper tray 08-02-01 Fig. 8-2-1 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 423

    PBA 08-02-03 Fig. 8-2-3 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the operation panel test referring to the "Chap- ter 11:1.5.1 OPE. PANEL TEST" on page 11-16. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 424

    Remove the three screws from the CIS cover. Release the two hooks on the left side of the CIS cover from the rear side upper cover. CIS cover Hook Rear side upper cover 08-02-05 Fig. 8-2-5 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 425

    Release the two hooks on the right side of the CIS cover from the top cover, and remove the CIS cover. CIS cover Hook Hook 08-02-06 Fig. 8-2-6 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 426

    08-02-07 Fig. 8-2-7 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: When installing the slide cover, align the three hooks of the slide cover with the holes of the rear cover. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 427

    Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: When installing the rear cover, align the five hooks of the rear cover with the holes of the base frame and the inside cover. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 428

    Remove the six screws from the front cover inner plate, and remove the front cover inner plate from the front cover. Front cover inner plate Front cover 08-02-11 Fig. 8-2-11 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 429

    Remove the front cover assembly. (Refer to “2.1.6 Front Cover.”) Remove the four screws from the right side cover, and remove the right side cover. Right side cover 08-02-12 Fig. 8-2-12 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 430

    Scanner cover stopper Scanner cover Top cover Fig. 8-2-13 08-02-13 Close the scanner cover, and remove the four screws from the left side upper cover. Scanner cover Left side upper cover 08-02-14 Fig. 8-2-14 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 431

    Release the left side upper cover from the two hooks on the left side of the CIS cover, and remove the left side upper cover. Hook Hook Left side upper cover 08-02-15 Fig. 8-2-15 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-11 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 432

    Remove the five screws from the left side lower cover, and remove the left side lower cover. Left side lower cover 08-02-16 Fig. 8-2-16 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 433

    Open the top cover. Disconnect the connector from the hide plate. Hide plate Connector 08-02-17 Fig. 8-2-17 Remove the slide cover. (Refer to “2.1.4 Slide Cover.”) Remove the rear cover. (Refer to “2.1.5 Rear Cover.”) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-13 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 434

    Mother PBA 08-02-18 Fig. 8-2-18 Remove the one screw from the ground wires. Disconnect the connector from CN10 on the mother PBA. Ground wire Mother PBA Mother PBA CN10 08-02-19 Fig. 8-2-19 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 435

    (12) Open the scanner cover assembly, and release the left and right bosses of the scanner cover assembly from the main unit. Boss Scanner cover assembly Top cover 08-02-21 Fig. 8-2-21 (13) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-15 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 436

    Fig. 8-2-22 Remove the four screws from the scanner cover, and remove the scanner cover. Disconnect the connector from CN1 on the sensor PBA. Scanner cover Sensor PBA Connector 08-02-23 Fig. 8-2-23 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 437

    Remove the one screw from the scanner cover stopper, and remove the scanner cover stopper. Scanner cover stopper Scanner cover 08-02-25 Fig. 8-2-25 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-17 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 438

    Remove the rear cover. (Refer to “2.1.5 Rear Cover.”) Remove the scanner cover assembly. (Refer to “2.1.10 Scanner Cover Assembly.”) Remove the three screws from the top of the top cover assembly. Top cover assembly 08-02-26 Fig. 8-2-26 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 439

    Remove the three screws from the back side of the top cover assembly. Then, lift the top cover assembly to remove. Top cover assembly 08-02-27 Fig. 8-2-27 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-19 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 440

    Remove the right side cover. (Refer to “2.1.7 Right Side Cover.”) Remove the three screws from the inner cover, and remove the inner cover. Inner cover 08-02-28 Fig. 8-2-28 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 441: Top Cover Block

    Fig. 8-2-29 Remove the two screws from the ADF pad spring, and remove the ADF pad spring. ADF pad spring 08-02-30 Fig. 8-2-30 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-21 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 442

    Release the bosses on the sides of the document support from the guide, and remove the document support. Document support 08-02-31 Fig. 8-2-31 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 443

    Open the scanner cover. Remove the white plate while pushing the guide on the white plate inward. White plate 08-02-32 Fig. 8-2-32 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-23 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 444

    Remove the two screws from the TX cover sheet. Then, remove the TX cover sheet and pinch roller spring. Remove the two pinch rollers. TX cover sheet Pinch roller spring Upper ADF frame Pinch roller 08-02-33 Fig. 8-2-33 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-24 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 445

    • After reassembling, load a document and press the [COPY] key. Confirm that copying and feeding normally operate. If necessary, perform the control level set referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.6.4 SET CONT. LEVEL" on page 11-31. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-25 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 446

    Remove the one screw from the TX center idle gear, and remove the TX center idle gear. TX center idle gear Kick roller bracket 08-02-36 Fig. 8-2-36 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 447

    While pulling the bushing on the rear of the ADF drive roller assembly to the front, lift the ADF drive roller assembly to remove. Bushing ADF drive roller assembly 08-02-37 Fig. 8-2-37 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-27 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 448

    While pulling the bushing on the rear of the TX drive roller R assembly to the front, lift the TX drive roller R assembly to remove. Bushing TX drive roller R assembly TX center shaft support 08-02-38 Fig. 8-2-38 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-28 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 449

    While pulling the bushing on the rear of the TX drive roller L assembly to the front, lift the TX drive roller L assembly to remove. Bushing TX drive roller L assembly TX center shaft support 08-02-39 Fig. 8-2-39 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-29 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 450

    While lifting the scanner cover hook stay, remove the scanner cover hook front from the boss of the main unit guide. Scanner cover hook front Boss Scanner cover hook stay 08-02-40 Fig. 8-2-40 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-30 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 451

    Lifting the scanner cover hook stay, remove the scanner cover hook rear from the boss of the main unit guide. Scanner cover hook rear Top cover frame Scanner cover hook stay Boss 08-02-41 Fig. 8-2-41 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-31 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 452

    Remove the top cover release latch by widening the top cover release latch guide. Top cover release latch Top cover release latch guide Top cover release latch spring 08-02-42 Fig. 8-2-42 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-32 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 453

    Open the top cover. Disconnect the connector from the hide plate. Hide cover Connector 08-02-43 Fig. 8-2-43 Remove the slide cover. (Refer to “2.1.4 Slide Cover.”) Remove the rear cover. (Refer to “2.1.5 Rear Cover.”) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-33 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 454

    Remove the one screw from the rear side plate, and remove the hide plate. Hide plate Mother PBA Mother PBA 08-02-44 Fig. 8-2-44 Release the cable and ground wire from the two cord clamps. Cord clamp Cable and ground wire 08-02-45 Fig. 8-2-45 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-34 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 455

    Mother PBA 08-02-47 Fig. 8-2-47 (12) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, load a document and press the [COPY] key. Confirm that copying and feeding normally operate. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-35 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 456

    Release the cable from the two cord clamps. Remove the four screws from the TX motor gear assembly, and remove the TX motor gear assembly. TX motor gear assembly Cord clamp 08-02-49 Fig. 8-2-49 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-36 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 457

    TX reduction gear 1 08-02-50 Fig. 8-2-50 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, load a document and press the [COPY] key. Confirm that copying and feeding normally operate. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-37 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 458

    Remove the kick roller assembly. (Refer to “2.2.6 Kick Roller and Bracket.”) Disconnect the two connectors from the LSU. Connector 08-02-51 Fig. 8-2-51 Remove the two spade connectors from the LSU. Spade connector Spade connector (Gray) (Orange) 08-02-52 Fig. 8-2-52 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-38 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 459

    NOTE: After reassembling, perform the print test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.2 PRINT TEST" on page 11-18. If necessary, perform the edge registration adjustment referring to the "3.3 Edge Registration" on page 8-134. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-39 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 460: Pba Block

    Remove the two screws from the PBA unit. Push down the lever of the PBA unit and draw out the PBA unit. PBA unit Lever 08-02-54 Fig. 8-2-54 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-40 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 461

    2.3.2 Memory PBA (Option for DP120F only) Before disassembling or reassembling, be sure to refer to “1. Before Disassembling or Reas- sembling.” Remove the PBA unit. (Refer to “2.3.1 PBA Unit.”) Remove the memory PBA by releasing it from the one locking support and disconnecting the connector on the memory PBA from CN7 on the main PBA.

  • Page 462

    Before disassembling or reassembling, be sure to refer to “1. Before Disassembling or Reas- sembling.” The MODEM PBA (Line 2) is an option for DP120F, and equipped with DP125F as standard. Remove the PBA unit. (Refer to “2.3.1 PBA Unit.”) Remove the two screws from the MODEM PBA.

  • Page 463

    The NCU PBA (Line 1) is equipped with DP120F and DP125F as standard. The NCU PBA (Line 2) is an option for DP120F, and equipped with DP125F as standard. Remove the PBA unit. (Refer to “2.3.1 PBA Unit.”) Remove the three screws from the NCU PBA (Line 1). Disconnect the connector on the NCU PBA (Line 1) from CN3 on the main PBA to remove the NCU PBA (Line 1).

  • Page 464

    NCU PBA (Line 2) Main PBA 08-02-58 Fig. 8-2-58 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: Carefully handle the boards that are directly connected together to avoid damaging the connectors and boards. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-44 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 465

    Remove the two screws from the PC I/F PBA. Disconnect the connector from the PC I/F PBA to remove the PC I/F PBA. Connector PC I/F PBA 08-02-59 Fig. 8-2-59 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-45 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 466

    Disconnect the connector CN4 on the main PBA from the NCU PBA (Line 2). Disconnect the connector CN8 on the main PBA from the MODEM PBA. (10) Remove the main PBA from the PBA unit. Main PBA Main PBA Locking support 08-02-60 Fig. 8-2-60 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-46 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 467

    “Chapter 11:1.6.3 MEMORY WRITE” on page 11-30. SCAN COUNT : F052EA — F052ED PRINT COUNT : F052F2 — F052F5 DRUM COUNT : F0534E — F05351 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-47 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 01/12...

  • Page 468

    NOTE: After reassembling, turn the power switch ON, open and close the scanner cover assembly. Press the numeric keypad, the [STOP] key, etc. to confirm that the buzzer sound is normally generated. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-48 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 469

    Before disassembling or reassembling, be sure to refer to “1. Before Disassembling or Reas- sembling.” NOTES: • Be sure to use a recommended battery (Toshiba product: TH-1550AA) or equivalent. • As for handling of the batteries after use, follow the instruction by the manu- facture.

  • Page 470

    Open the top cover. Disconnect the connector from the hide plate. Hide plate Connector 08-02-63 Fig. 8-2-63 Remove the slide cover. (Refer to “2.1.4 Slide Cover.”) Remove the rear cover. (Refer to “2.1.5 Rear Cover.”) DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-50 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 471

    Hide plate Mother PBA Mother PBA 08-02-64 Fig. 8-2-64 Remove the four screws, and remove the mother PBA. Mother PBA 08-02-65 Fig. 8-2-65 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-51 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 472

    Remove the rear side frame. (Refer to “2.4.3 Rear Side Frame.”) Remove the four screws from the LVPS. Disconnect the connectors from CN1, CN2 and CN3 on the LVPS. LVPS 08-02-66 Fig. 8-2-66 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-52 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 473

    Stand the machine on its rear side. Disconnect the connector from the paper empty sensor. Remove the two screws from the bottom plate, and remove the bottom plate. Bottom plate Paper empty sensor Connector 08-02-67 Fig. 8-2-67 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-53 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 474

    Be careful not to catch dust between the spade connectors on the HVPS and spring terminals of the high voltage contacts. • After reassembling, perform the print test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.2 PRINT TEST" on page 11-18. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-54 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 475

    Fig. 8-2-70 Remove the four screws from the scanner cover, and remove the scanner cover. Disconnect the connector from CN1 on the sensor PBA. Scanner cover Sensor PBA Connector 08-02-71 Fig. 8-2-71 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-55 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 476

    Release the sensor PBA from the hooks on the scanner cover, and remove the sensor PBA. Sensor PBA Hook 08-02-72 Fig. 8-2-72 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-56 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 477: Base Block

    Disconnect the connector from the hide plate. Hide plate Connector 08-02-73 Fig. 8-2-73 Remove the operation panel assembly. (Refer to “2.1.2 Operation Panel Assembly.”) Remove the front cover assembly. (Refer to “2.1.6 Front Cover.”) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-57 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 478

    Relay connector 08-02-74 Fig. 8-2-74 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, set the fuser rank referring to the "3.2 Fuser Tempera- ture Settings" on page 8-133. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-58 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 479

    Open the top cover. Remove the two screws from the transfer unit, and remove the transfer unit. Transfer unit 08-02-75 Fig. 8-2-75 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-59 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 480

    Open the top cover. Disconnect the connector from the hide plate. Hide plate Connector Fig. 8-2-76 08-02-76 Remove the slide cover. (Refer to “2.1.4 Slide Cover.”) Remove the rear cover. (Refer to “2.1.5 Rear Cover.”) DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-60 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 481

    Remove the eight screws from the rear side frame, and remove the rear side frame. Rear side frame PBA cover 08-02-78 Fig. 8-2-78 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-61 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 482

    Open the top cover. Disconnect the connector from the hide plate. Hide plate Connector 08-02-79 Fig. 8-2-79 Remove the slide cover. (Refer to “2.1.4 Slide Cover.”) Remove the rear cover. (Refer to “2.1.5 Rear Cover.”) DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-62 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 483

    Remove the two screws from the fan motor, and remove the fan motor. Cord clamp Fan motor Mother PBA 08-02-81 Fig. 8-2-81 (10) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-63 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 484

    Remove the ozone filter from the ozone filter guide. Remove the two screws from the ozone filter guide, remove the ozone filter guide. Ozone filter Ozone filter guide 08-02-82 Fig. 8-2-82 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-64 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 485

    Main motor Connector 08-02-83 Fig. 8-2-83 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the print test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.2 PRINT TEST" on page 11-18. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-65 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 486

    Remove the front cover assembly. (Refer to “2.1.6 Front Cover.”) Remove the right side cover. (Refer to “2.1.7 Right Side Cover.”) Release the cable from the four cord clamps. Cord clamp Cord clamp 08-02-84 Fig. 8-2-84 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-66 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 487

    "3.1 Paper Pickup Solenoid Gap" on page 8-130. • After reassembling, load a document and press the [COPY] key. Confirm that feeding normally operate from the bypass tray. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-67 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 488

    Remove the front cover assembly. (Refer to “2.1.6 Front Cover.”) Remove the right side cover. (Refer to “2.1.7 Right Side Cover.”) Release the cable from the four cord clamps. Cord clamp Cord clamp 08-02-86 Fig. 8-2-86 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-68 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 489

    Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the bypass tray paper size sensor test refer- ring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-69 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 490

    "3.1 Paper Pickup Solenoid Gap" on page 8-130. • After reassembling, load a document and press the [COPY] key. Confirm that feeding normally operate from the bypass tray. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-70 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 491

    Release the bosses on the sides of the front paper guide by slightly bending the front paper guide, and remove the front paper guide. Front paper guide 08-02-89 Fig. 8-2-89 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-71 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 492

    Remove the front paper guide. (Refer to “2.4.10 Front Paper Guide.”) Remove the pinch roller spring from the pinch roller arm left. Pinch roller arm left Pinch roller spring 08-02-90 Fig. 8-2-90 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-72 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 493

    (10) Release the guides on the sides of the pinch roller from the bosses on the side frame, and remove the pinch roller. Pinch roller 08-02-92 Fig. 8-2-92 (11) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-73 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 494

    Remove the one screw from the paper feed earth plate, and remove the paper feed earth plate. (10) Turn the bushing at the front of the paper feed roller to the left, and remove the bushing. Bushing Paper feed earth plate Bushing 08-02-93 Fig. 8-2-93 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-74 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 495

    (11) Remove the paper feed roller from the printer frame rear. Paper feed roller 08-02-94 Fig. 8-2-94 (12) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-75 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 496

    Rotate the friction plate until bosses on the sides of the friction plate can be released from the guide, and lift the friction plate to remove. Friction plate 08-02-95 Fig. 8-2-95 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-76 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 497

    (10) Remove the two screws from the friction plate guide, and remove the friction plate guide. Friction plate guide 08-02-96 Fig. 8-2-96 (11) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-77 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 498

    (10) Remove the paper feed roller. (Refer to “2.4.12 Paper Feed Roller.”) (11) Remove the friction plate. (Refer to “2.4.13 Friction Plate.”) (12) Remove the friction plate guide. (Refer to “2.4.14 Friction Plate Guide.”) DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-78 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 499

    (14) Release the two hooks on the right side of the base paper guide, and pull out the base paper guide. Hook Base paper guide Hook 08-02-97 Fig. 8-2-97 (15) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-79 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 500

    (10) Remove the three screws from the printer frame front, and remove the printer frame front. (11) Remove the spade connector from the drum earth plate. Printer frame front Drum earth plate Spade connector 08-02-98 Fig. 8-2-98 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-80 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 501

    (15) Remove the spring from the drum cartridge latch. Drum cartridge Printer frame front latch Spring Drum cartridge latch Spring 08-02-100 Fig. 8-2-100 (16) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-81 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 502

    Remove the top cover open switch. (Refer to “2.5.2 Top Cover Open Switch.”) Remove the three screws from the printer frame rear, and remove the printer frame rear. Printer frame rear 08-02-101 Fig. 8-2-101 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-82 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 503

    Printer frame front Drum cartridge latch Spring Spring 08-02-102 Fig. 8-2-102 (13) Remove the three screws from the gear frame unit, and remove the gear frame unit. Gear frame unit 08-02-103 Fig. 8-2-103 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-83 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 504

    Idle gear C Idle gear Drum drive gear Gear Reduction gear A Paper feed roller gear Idle gear C 08-02-104 Fig. 8-2-104 (15) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-84 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 505

    HVPS contact the spring terminals of the high voltage contacts properly. Be careful not to catch dust between the spade connec- tors on the HVPS and spring spade connectors of the high voltage con- tacts. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-85 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 506

    Release the bosses on the sides of the paper jam clear door from the paper tray frame. Then, remove the paper jam clear door. Boss Paper jam clear door Boss 08-02-107 Fig. 8-2-107 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-86 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 507

    Then, remove the paper guide out board assem- bly and the paper guide inboard. Paper guide inboard Paper guide out board assembly 08-02-109 Fig. 8-2-109 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-87 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 508

    Remove the paper guide inboard from the paper guide out board assembly. Paper guide inboard Paper guide out board assembly 08-02-110 Fig. 8-2-110 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-88 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 509

    Remove the left side lower cover. (Refer to “2.1.9 Left Side Lower Cover.”) Remove the rear side frame. (Refer to “2.4.3 Rear Side Frame.”) Remove the two screws from the front side of the main block. 08-02-111 Fig. 8-2-111 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-89 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 510

    Remove the three screws from the rear side of the main block. 08-02-112 Fig. 8-2-112 Close the top cover assembly, remove the two screws from the left side of the main block. 08-02-113 Fig. 8-2-113 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-90 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 511

    (10) Lift the main block to remove. Main block 08-02-114 Fig. 8-2-114 (11) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-91 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 512

    Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the bypass tray paper size sensor test refer- ring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-92 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 513

    Paper pickup drive gear assembly 08-02-117 Fig. 8-2-117 Remove the E-ring from the rear of the paper feed roller assembly. E-ring Paper feed roller assembly 08-02-118 Fig. 8-2-118 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-93 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 514

    Move the bushing located in the rear of the paper feed roller assembly to the front, and remove the paper feed roller assembly. Bushing Paper feed roller assembly Bushing 08-02-119 Fig. 8-2-119 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-94 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 515

    Paper pickup drive gear assembly 08-02-120 Fig. 8-2-120 Remove the E-ring from the rear of the paper pickup roller assembly. E-ring Paper pickup roller assembly 08-02-121 Fig. 8-2-121 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-95 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 516

    NOTES: • Set the collar to the paper pickup roller assembly as shown in the figure. • When installing the paper pickup roller assembly, perform the paper pickup solenoid gap adjustment referring to the "3.1 Paper Pickup Solenoid Gap" on page 8-130. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-96 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 517

    "3.1 Paper Pickup Solenoid Gap" on page 8-130. • After reassembling, perform the print test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.2 PRINT TEST" on page 11-18. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-97 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 518

    Fig. 8-2-124 Remove the two screws from the feeder 1 harness, and remove the feeder 1 harness. Feeder 1 harness 08-02-125 Fig. 8-2-125 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-98 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 519

    Remove the two screws from the recording paper tray guides, and remove the recording paper tray guides. Recording paper tray guide 08-02-126 Fig. 8-2-126 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-99 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 520: Sensor Block

    Connector Hook 08-02-127 Fig. 8-2-127 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the sensor test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-100 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 521

    Top cover open switch Actuator 08-02-128 Fig. 8-2-128 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the sensor test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-101 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 522

    Hook HVPS 08-02-129 Fig. 8-2-129 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the sensor test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-102 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 523

    Stand the machine on its rear side. Disconnect the connector from the paper empty sensor. Remove the two screws from the bottom plate, and remove the bottom plate. Bottom plate Paper empty sensor Connector 08-02-130 Fig. 8-2-130 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-103 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 524

    Paper empty actuator 08-02-132 Fig. 8-2-132 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the sensor test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-104 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 525

    Before disassembling or reassembling, be sure to refer to “1. Before Disassembling or Reas- sembling.” Remove the main block. (Refer to “2.4.20 Main Block.”) Remove the eight screws from the plate, and remove the plate. Plate 08-02-133 Fig. 8-2-133 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-105 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 526

    Blue White 08-02-134 Fig. 8-2-134 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the sensor test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-106 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 527: Optional Recording Paper Tray Block

    NOTE: Place the main block over the optional recording paper tray block with align- ing the holes on the bottom of the main block with the two alignment pins of the optional paper tray block. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-107 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 528

    Release the left and right hooks of the optional recording paper tray, and remove the optional recording paper tray from the recording paper tray guide. Recording paper tray guide Hook Optional recording paper tray 08-02-136 Fig. 8-2-136 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-108 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 529

    Remove the four screws from the optional tray left cover, and remove the optional tray left cover. Optional tray left cover 08-02-137 Fig. 8-2-137 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-109 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 530

    Remove the four screws from the optional tray right cover, and remove the optional tray right cover. Optional tray right cover 08-02-138 Fig. 8-2-138 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-110 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 531

    Remove the two screws from the optional tray rear cover, and remove the optional tray rear cover. Optional tray rear cover 08-02-139 Fig. 8-2-139 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-111 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 532

    Remove the two screws from the optional tray PBA, and remove the optional tray PBA. Optional tray PBA Optional tray PBA 08-02-140 Fig. 8-2-140 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-112 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 533

    Optional paper tray motor 08-02-141 Fig. 8-2-141 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the print test referring to the "chapter 11: 1.5.2 PRINT TEST" on page 11-18. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-113 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 534

    "3.1 Paper Pickup Sole- noid Gap" on page 8-130. • After reassembling, perform the print test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.2 PRINT TEST" on page 11-18. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-114 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 535

    Release the bosses on the sides of the optional paper jam clear door from the optional paper tray frame. Then, remove the optional paper jam clear door. Boss Optional paper jam clear door Boss 08-02-144 Fig. 8-2-144 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-115 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 536

    Then remove the optional paper guide out board assembly and the optional paper guide inboard. Optional paper guide inboard Optional paper guide out board assembly 08-02-146 Fig. 8-2-146 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-116 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 537

    Remove the optional paper guide inboard from the optional paper guide out board assem- bly. Paper guide inboard Optional paper guide out board assembly 08-02-147 Fig. 8-2-147 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-117 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 538

    Remove the optional paper tray motor. (Refer to “2.6.7 Optional Paper Tray Motor.”) Open the optional paper jam clear door. Remove the E-ring from the rear of the optional paper feed roller assembly. E-ring Optional paper feed roller assembly 08-02-148 Fig. 8-2-148 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-118 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 539

    Move the bushing located in the rear of the optional paper feed roller assembly to the front, and remove the optional paper feed roller assembly. Bushing Optional paper feed roller assembly Bushing 08-02-149 Fig. 8-2-149 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-119 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 540

    Remove the optional paper tray motor. (Refer to “2.6.7 Optional Paper Tray Motor.”) Remove the E-ring from the rear of the optional paper pickup roller assembly. E-ring Optional paper pickup roller assembly 08-02-150 Fig. 8-2-150 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-120 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 541

    NOTES: • Set the collar to the paper pickup roller assembly as shown in the figure. • When installing the optional paper pickup roller assembly, perform the pa- per pickup solenoid gap adjustment referring to the "3.1 Paper Pickup So- lenoid Gap" on page 8-130. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-121 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 542

    Disconnect the connector from the optional paper empty sensor. Remove the two screws from the bottom plate, and remove the bottom plate. Bottom plate Optional paper empty sensor Connector 08-02-152 Fig. 8-2-152 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-122 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 543

    Paper empty actuator 08-02-154 Fig. 8-2-154 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the sensor test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-123 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 544

    Disconnect the all connectors from the optional tray PBA. Remove the two screws from the optional tray PBA plate, and remove the optional tray PBA plate. Optional tray PBA Optional tray PBA plate 08-02-155 Fig. 8-2-155 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-124 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 545

    White 08-02-157 Fig. 8-2-157 (11) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: After reassembling, perform the sensor test referring to the "Chapter 11: 1.5.4 SENSOR TEST" on page 11-20. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-125 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 546

    Remove the two screws from the optional feeder 2 harness, remove the optional feeder 2 harness. Optional tray PBA Optional feeder 2 harness 08-02-158 Fig. 8-2-158 Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-126 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 547

    Disconnect the all connectors from the optional tray PBA. Remove the two screws from the optional tray PBA plate, and remove the optional tray PBA plate. Optional tray PBA plate Optional tray PBA 08-02-159 Fig. 8-2-159 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-127 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 548

    Remove the two screws from the optional feeder 3 harness, and remove the optional feeder 3 harness. Optional feeder 3 harness Fig. 8-2-161 08-02-161 (10) Reassemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-128 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 549

    Remove the optional recording paper tray. (Refer to “2.6.2 Optional Recording Paper Tray.”) Remove the two screws from the optional recording paper tray guides, and remove the optional recording paper tray guides. Optional recording paper tray guide 08-02-162 Fig. 8-2-162 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-129 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 550: Adjustment And Setting, Paper Pickup Solenoid Gap

    Loosen the one set screw of the paper pickup solenoid, insert the 0.8mm thickness gauge between the clutch spring claw and the armature. Then tighten the one set screw of the paper pickup solenoid. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-130 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 551

    Replace the paper pickup roller. (Refer to “2.4.9 Paper Pickup Roller Assembly (Bypass Tray).”) (11) After the adjustment, reassemble the components in the reverse of disassembly. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-131 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 552

    Check that the gap between the clutch spring claw and the armature is 0.6 to 1.0mm when the armature is attracted by the paper pickup solenoid. Armature Clutch spring claw Paper pickup solenoid (paper tray/optional paper tray) 08-03-03 Fig. 8-3-3 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-132 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 553: Fuser Temperature Settings

    Press the [ENTER] key to complete the setting and return to the standby mode. Turn the power switch OFF to exit to the service mode. NOTE: Make sure not to use the moist paper for the test print. Label Fuser 08-03-04 Fig. 8-3-4 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-133 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 554: Edge Registration

    Repeat this procedure until the correct starting print position is achieved. Turn the power switch OFF to exit to the service mode. Four lines Three lines Three lines Four lines 08-03-05 Fig. 8-3-5 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-134 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 555: Country/region Setting

    Select the country/region code (as shown in table) by pressing the dial keys. Press the [ENTER] key to complete the setting and return to the standby mode. Country/Region Code US/CA AU/NZ March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-135 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 01/12...

  • Page 556: Mechanisms And Parts Not To Be Lubricated, Notes On Lubrication, Oil Types And Makers

    4.3 Oil types and Makers Lubricant Type Specified oil Maker Floil GE-676 Kanto Chemicals Co., Ltd. Multipurpose No. 00 ICI Co., Ltd. Slicon Grease G-501 Shinetsu Chemicals Co., Ltd. Floil GE-334C Kanto Chemicals Co., Ltd. DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-136 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 557: Lubrications Points

    1 08-04-01 Fig. 8-4-1 • Lubricate the Shaft and Gear Teeth of TX Drive Roller R Assembly Lubricant type 1 TX drive roller R assembly Lubricant type 1 08-04-02 Fig. 8-4-2 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-137 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 558

    • Lubrication the shafts, Gear Teeth and TX Motor Gear Teeth of TX Drive Gear Frame Lubricant type 3 Lubricant type 3 TX motor Lubricant type 3 Lubricant type 3 TX drive gear frame Lubricant type 3 Lubricant type 3 08-04-04 Fig. 8-4-4 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-138 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 559

    • Lubricate the area between the front end of Paper Pickup Roller Shaft and Ground Plate and Spring on the Paper Pickup Roller Assembly (Bypass Tray) Ground plate Paper pickup roller assembly (bypass tray) Lubricant type 2 Lubricant type 4 08-04-06 Fig. 8-4-6 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-139 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 560

    Fig. 8-4-8 • Lubricate the Shaft and Gear Teeth of the Paper Pickup Drive Gear Assembly Lubricant type 3 Lubricant type 3 Paper pickup drive gear plate Lubricant type 3 08-04-09 Fig. 8-4-9 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-140 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 561

    Lubricant type 3 08-04-11 Fig. 8-4-11 • Lubricate the area between the front end of Paper Feed Roller Shaft and Ground Plate Ground plate Paper feed roller Lubricant type 4 08-04-12 Fig. 8-4-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-141 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 562

    • Lubricate the Pulley Shaft, Gear Teeth and Motor Gear Teeth of Developer Assembly Lubricant type 3 Developer Assembly Lubricant type 2 Lubricant type 2 Lubricant type 2 Lubricant type 3 08-04-14 Fig. 8-4-14 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement 8-142 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 563

    • Lubricate the Shafts and Gear Teeth of Optional Paper Tray Motor Assembly Lubricant type 3 Lubricant type 3 Optional paper tray motor Lubricant type 3 08-04-15 Fig. 8-4-15 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 8-143 DP120F/DP125F Removal/Replacement...

  • Page 564: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 9 Dialing and Communication Procedure 1. Line Connection and Mode Change Procedure ........9-1 Call to External Telephone Line ..............9-1 Tx Mode Selecting Procedure ................ 9-2 2. Signal Format and Communication Procedure ........9-3 Network Control Signal Format ..............9-3 Communication by Binary Signals ..............

  • Page 565: Line Connection And Mode Change Procedure, Call To External Telephone Line

    Has the off-hook signal been detected? Off-hook processing Forms the DC loop If the dial tone is detected, or after 3.3 seconds Transmits the dialing signal Detects the facsimile switching signal Returns to idle Communication March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 566: Tx Mode Selecting Procedure

    ECM Mode ECM Mode? Does the other party's machine have G3 Mode G3 Mode? Applicable only when the other party’s machine has CRP or the transmission is started by CRP calling. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 567: Signal Format And Communication Procedure, Network Control Signal Format

    This machine can generate the signal by manual operation as well. 2.1.2 Signal Format Signal name Signal format Specifications f: 2100 + 15 Hz t: 2.6 to 4.0 sec. f: 1100 + 38 Hz (H: 0.5 sec., L: 3 sec.) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 568: Communication By Binary Signals

    2.2 Communication by Binary Signals In the G3 mode, the communication is achieved according to the following binary procedure. 2.2.1 Binary Procedure • Tx and Rx in G3 mode DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 569

    The ECM (Error Correction Mode) conforms to T.30. When an error occurs in the re- ceived picture data, the receiving station notifies the sending station and the sending station transmits the picture data again. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 570

    If the [STOP] key is pressed in any time except transmission of picture data, DCN is forcibly sent to end the communication. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 571

    Informs that a document has been transmitted and another document is loaded; commands to return to the beginning of phase C. End of Procedure Informs that a document has been transmitted and no additional documents are loaded. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 572

    (binary signal) of previous ECM block. (EC mode) Response for End Retransmission Replies for EOR and demands to transmit the picture signal of next ECM block. (EC mode) DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 573

    Password Indicates that the FIF information is a sub-address for polling mode in a recep- tion. Indicates that the FIF information is a password for transmission in a transmis- sion. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 574

    Checks if there was any error in the transmission from “A” to “FIF.” • Formats of F, A, and C Format When this frame is the final fame, X=1. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 575

    Format Bynary Signal PWD(Rx) PWD(Tx) • X=1 for the station that receives the DIS signal. • X=0 for the station that receives the reply signal to the DIS signal. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-11 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 576

    Rx station sends an FTT signal to theTx station and request for re-training. When normal, a CFR signal is sent instead. The modem speed of TCF signal is the same as the training signal, and it transmits all zeros for 1.5 seconds. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 577: Level, High-speed Transmission Procedure

    *4: In the ITU-T Recommendation, it is described as “symbol speed”. “Symbol rate”, “Modu- lating speed”, and “Baud rate” have the same meaning. This machine cannot use the speed of “2743 symbol/sec”. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-13 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 578

    3. To switch to the V. 8/V.34 procedure after starting V.21 procedure, see “c-1”. 4. After the V.34 procedure starts, fallback is performed in the V.34 proce- dure. However, fallback for V.17 mode or before is not performed. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 579

    Standard procedure March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-15 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 580

    V.21 (L) ..Low frequency channel defined by V.21 recommendation 1,080 ± 100 Hz (980 Hz: 1,1180 Hz: 0) V.21 (H) ..High frequency channel defined by V.21 recommendation 1,750 ± 100 Hz (1,650 Hz: 1,1850 Hz: 0) DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 581

    Based on the analysis of the line Transmission rate: 600 bps probing signal sent from the trans- mitter, it indicates the pre-empha- sis filter and modulating speed to be used for the data transmission. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-17 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 582

    E sequence —— 20-bit sequence of “1”s in bi- nary DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 583

    The signal echoed back has never been misidentified as a signal sent from the other unit. Therefore, this channel is not influenced by a signal echoed back. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-19 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 584

    Image data Image data is sent. • Transmitter Signal name Abbreviation Meaning Remark Image data Image data Encoded image data — Turn-off — Scrambled 1 is sent for 35 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 585

    — Flag flags It maintains synchronization. 7E (H) Message It indicates that the image signal confirmation is received normally, and the re- ceiver is ready for receiving more pages. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-21 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 586

    DIS signal to indicate V.8 support. The transmitter sends a CI signal that causes the receiver to send another ANSam signal, which makes the receiver switch to the V.8 procedure. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 587

    In the same manner as the T.30 procedure, the transmitter sends a PPS-MPS signal after sending the image data. The receiver sends an MCF signal and switches to the next page transmission. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-23 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 588

    The transmitter and receiver send a PPS-EOM signal and an MCF signal, respec- tively. Then, to change the mode, the receiver and transmitter send a DIS signal and a DCS signal, respectively. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-24 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 589

    The receiver sends a PPh signal for an Sh signal sent by the transmitter. Then, the image transmission speed is determined, according to the MPh sequence sent from both modems. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 9-25 DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure...

  • Page 590

    The transmitter sends a PPh signal after sending the image data. The receiver re- turns a PPh signal. Then, the image transmission speed is determined, according to the MPh sequence sent from both modems. DP120F/DP125F Dialing and Communication Procedure 9-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 591: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 10 Preventive Maintenance 1. Overview ..................... 10-1 Preventive Maintenance Routine ..............10-1 2. Preventive Maintenance ................10-2 Replacement of Consumables ............... 10-2 Periodically Replaced Parts ................10-3 How to Check, How to Clean ................. 10-4...

  • Page 592: Chapter 10 Preventive Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance Routine

    Procedure 2: Adjust the transmission attenuator and cable equalizer. Perform the normal checking and cleaning (refer to page 10-4). Make 2 or 3 copies using this facsimile, and check the copied picture quality. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-1 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 593: Preventive Maintenance, Replacement Of Consumables

    When the Drum unit requires replacing, the Ozone filter must be re- placed. Order the consumables in units of the following kits: Toner kit Drum kit · Toner cartridge · Drum unit · Fuser cleaner · Ozone filter DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-2 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 594: Periodically Replaced Parts

    24,000 sheets or 2 years Transfer unit 60,000 sheets Fuser 60,000 sheets Paper pickup roller 60,000 sheets Fan motor 30,000 hours Developer unit 60,000 sheets Other rollers and gears 60,000 sheets March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-3 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 595: How To Check, How To Clean

    11. Discharge wire (refer to Fig.10-2-11) 22. Drum unit silver contact 12. Base paper guide (refer to Fig.10-2-12) (refer to Fig.10-2-28) 13. CF roller (refer to Fig.10-2-13) 23. Outside of the machine DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-4 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 596

    CIS glass surface Scanner guide 10-2-02 Fig.10-2-2 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-5 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 597

    Wipe the Pinch rollers with a soft dry cloth. If the surfaces require moisture to remove the dirt, use a cloth slightly dampened with water to remove the dirt, followed by a dry cloth to remove streaks. Pinch roller 10-2-04 Fig.10-2-4 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-6 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 598

    TX drive roller R Lower ADF roller 10-2-06 Fig.10-2-6 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-7 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 599

    Grasp the Top cover release lever and open the Top cover. Top cover release lever Top cover 10-2-08 Fig.10-2-8 WARNING: Do not touch the fuser housing inside the machine. The fuser housing Is extremely hot while the machine is operating. DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-8 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 600

    Do not leave the Drum unit out of the machine for an extended period. Touching the drum or exposing the Drum unit to light could lower the print quality. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-9 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 601

    (12) Clean the Transfer wire and the Discharge wire with a cotton swab. Discharge wire Transfer wire 10-2-11 Fig.10-2-11 (13) Wipe the Base paper guide with a dry cloth. Base paper guide 10-2-12 Fig.10-2-12 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 602

    CF roller 10-2-13 Fig.10-2-13 (15) Separate the Drum unit from the Developer assembly. The following figure shows the Drum unit and Developer assembly. Drum unit Developer assembly 10-2-14 Fig.10-2-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-11 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 603

    (19) Use the Mylar scraper to scrape off the toner between the metering blade and the black toner roller on the Developer assembly. The following figure shows how to clean the metering blade. Metering blade Mylar scraper 10-2-16 Fig.10-2-16 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 604

    (21) Use the Charger cleaner to lightly wipe the Charger wire on the Drum unit. The following figure shows how to clean the Charger wire. Charger cleaner Drum unit Charger wire 10-2-17 Fig.10-2-17 (22) Return the Charger cleaner and Mylar scraper. 10-2-18 Fig.10-2-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-13 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 605

    The following figure shows how to join the Drum unit and the Devel- oper assembly. Drum unit Developer assembly 10-2-19 Fig.10-2-19 (24) Use a cotton swab to clean the Front silver contact in the machine. Front silver contact 10-2-20 Fig.10-2-20 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 606

    (25) Use a cotton swab to clean the Right side silver contact in the machine. Right side silver contact 10-2-21 Fig.10-2-21 (26) Use a cotton swab to clean the Rear silver contact in the machine. Rear silver contact 10-2-22 Fig.10-2-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-15 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 607

    (27) Use a cotton swab to clean the Laser beam silver contact in the machine. Laser beam silver contact 10-2-23 Fig.10-2-23 (28) Use a vacuum cleaner or brush to remove dust from the vents and Ozone filter. Ozone filter 10-2-24 Fig.10-2-24 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 608

    Developer assembly with the slots in the machine. Lower the assembly into the machine. Green handle Green handle Developer assembly 10-2-25 Fig.10-2-25 The following figure shows the shafts on the Developer assembly align with the slots. 10-2-26 Fig.10-2-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-17 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 609

    The following figure shows how to press the Drum unit into place. Drum unit 10-2-27 Fig.10-2-27 (31) Use a cotton swab to clean the Drum unit silver contact in the Drum unit. Drum unit silver contact Drum unit 10-2-28 Fig.10-2-28 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 610

    (33) Wipe the machine with a damp cloth to remove dust and fingerprints. Use water to dampen the cloth. Do not use chemicals for cleaning, as this may cause discoloration or damage to the finish of the machine. 10-2-30-1 10-2-30-2 Fig.10-2-30 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 10-19 DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance...

  • Page 611

    (35) Plug the Power cord in the AC power outlet, turn the Power switch ON, and make 2 or 3 copies. Confirm that the document is correctly fed and no dirt is stuck to it. DP120F/DP125F Preventive Maintenance 10-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 612: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 11 Troubleshooting 1. TEST MODE [MENU], [9] ................11-1 AUTO TEST [MENU], [9], [1] ................ 11-2 INDIVIDUAL TEST [MENU], [9], [2] .............. 11-4 TEST RESULT LIST [MENU], [9], [3] ............11-14 SERVICE MODE .................... 11-15 FUNCTION TEST (In SERVICE MODE only) [MENU], [9], [4] ..... 11-16 MAINTENANCE (In SERVICE MODE only) [MENU], [9], [5] .......

  • Page 613

    Tests marked with an asterisk (*) can be performed by service technicians only. These tests are available by changing to service mode. For chang- ing to service mode, refer to “1.4 Service Mode” on page 11-15. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-1 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 614

    (For the contents of the test, refer to “1.5.10 NET. BOARD TEST” on page 11-25.) • PCL BOARD TEST (Only when the GA-1020 is installed) Checks the GA-1020 (Optional PCL board.) (For the contents of the test, refer to “1.5.11 PCL BOARD TEST” on page 11-26.) DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-2 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 615

    “1.3 TEST RESULT LIST” on page 11- If the result of the auto test is judged to be NG, perform the relevant func- tion test listed above to solve the problem. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-3 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 616

    LOAD DOCUMENT <Remarks> You can change the transport speed by pressing the [MODE] key. STD: Fast FINE (Same when HALF TONE is set): Medium U-FINE (Same when HALF TONE is set): Slow DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-4 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 617

    If the result of the ADF TEST is judged to be NG, replace the ADF pad assembly and Pinch rollers by referring to “Chapter 8 Removal/Replace- ment/Adjustment” on pages 8-21 and 8-24. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-5 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 618

    “1.3 TEST RESULT LIST” on page 11- If the result of the KEY TEST is judged to be NG, solve the problem by referring to “1.5.1 OPE. PANEL TEST” on page 11-16. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-6 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 619

    “1.3 TEST RESULT LIST” on page 11- If the result of the LED TEST is judged to be NG, solve the problem by referring to “1.5.1 OPE. PANEL TEST” on page 11-16. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-7 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 620

    “1.3 TEST RESULT LIST” on page 11- If the result of the LCD TEST is judged to be NG, solve the problem by referring to “1.5.1 OPE. PANEL TEST” on page 11-16. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-8 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 621

    11-14. If the result of the SPEAKER TEST is judged to be NG, replace the speaker or the Main PBA by referring to “Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjust- ment” on page 8-48 or 8-46. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-9 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 622

    Top cover. Detects the open state of the Top cover Close the cover SWITCH TEST SWITCH TEST CLOSE THE TOP COVER PULL OUT THE UPPER → TRAY DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-10 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 623: Upper Tray

    “1. YES” and press the [ENTER] key to perform the test starting from step (6). If no Bypass tray is installed, select “2. NO” and perform the test starting from step (7). DOES THIS MACHINE HAVE A BYPASS TRAY? 1.YES 2.NO March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-11 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 624

    For printing the self test report, refer to “1.3 TEST RESULT LIST” on page 11-14. If the result of the SWITCH TEST is judged to be NG, solve the problem by referring to “1.5.4 SENSOR TEST” on page 11-20. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-12 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 625

    “1.3 TEST RESULT LIST” on page 11- If the result of the TEST PRINT is judged to be NG, solve the problem by referring to “1.5.2 PRINT TEST” on page 11-18. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-13 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 626

    Test conducted time. Year, month, day, and time are printed. <Remarks> If NG is found in the test result, solve the problem by referring to the expla- nation of the relevant test item in this chapter. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-14 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 627: Service Mode

    To access the various service mode functions, press the [MENU] and [9] keys (in sequence) and then select the desired function. Remember to power the unit off once you’ve completed your tests. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-15 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 628

    Check if the LCD display is normal. Press the [START] key → Press all the keys except the [STOP] key, and the status of each key will be displayed. ← Pressing key status (When [#] key pressed) DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-16 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 629

    When you complete the test, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the Operation panel unit by referring to “Chap- ter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment” on page 8-3. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-17 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 630

    [ENTER] key. PRINT TEST 1.PATTERN 1 2.PATTERN 2 Print samples PATTERN 1 PATTERN 2 Depending on the result of the test, replace the LSU, referring to "Chapter 8 Removal/ Replacement/Adjustment" on page 8-38. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-18 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 631

    When you complete the test, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the Main PBA or the MODEM PBA, referring to "Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment" on page 8-46 or 8-42. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-19 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 632

    When you complete the check, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the applicable sensor, Operation panel unit, etc. referring to "Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment." DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-20 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 633

    010: Letter Optional paper size sensor detect (Middle-row) 001: Legal 100: A4 000: No tray 010: Letter 001: Legal Optional paper empty sensor detect 000: No tray (Lower-row) ( 0: Empty/1: Present) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-21 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 634

    When you complete the test, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the Main PBA referring to "Chapter 8: Re- moval/Replacement/Adjustment" on page 8-46. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-22 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 635

    When you complete the test, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the Main PBA or Memory PBA referring to "Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment" on page 8-46 or 8-41. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-23 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 636

    When you complete the test, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the Main PBA or CIS by referring to “Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment” on page 8-46 or 8-4. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-24 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 637

    When you complete the test, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the Main PBA by referring to “Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment” on page 8-46, or the GF-1010 by referring to its manual. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-25 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 638

    When you complete the test, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode screen. Depending on the result of the test, replace the Main PBA by referring to “Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/Adjustment” on page 8-46, or the GA-1020 by referring to its manual. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-26 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 639

    PIX MEMORY Initializes only the image memory (PIX memory.) The memory chips to be initialized are the DRAM chips on the Main PBA and Memory PBA (DP120F only.) EXCEPT USER AREA Initializes the memory portion except the data registered by the user. The memory chips to be initialized are DRAM's and SRAM's.

  • Page 640

    PIX MEMORY EXCEPT USER AREA USER AREA [1], [3], [*] [1], [3], [#] [*], [#] [0], [2] (Country/Region setting) O : To be cleared X : Not to be cleared DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-28 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/12...

  • Page 641

    • Press the [0] key to set the selected bit to “0.” • Press the [1] key to set the selected bit to “1.” After setting, press the [STOP] key to return to the stand by mode screen. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-29 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 642

    Toshiba service representative, service bulletin, or other publication. Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key to select "03.MEMORY WRITE," and then press the [ENTER] key.

  • Page 643

    SET CONT. LEVEL ← or "GRAY MODE" NORMAL MODE CONTRAST LEVEL=(1-5) ← 1 (Light) to 5 (Dark) After the display shows the screen below, it returns to the standby mode screen. COMPLETED March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-31 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 644

    When NO is selected, the display directly returns to the standby mode screen without showing the screen below. COMPLETED <Remarks> After 1000 communications, the error counter data is automatically shifted from CURRENT COUNTER to HISTORY. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-32 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 645

    Pressing the [ ↓ ] key will move the image right 0.5mm per step. <Remarks> The setting range is -6.0mm (Left) to +8.0mm (Right.) The display shows the screen below, then returns to the standby mode screen. COMPLETED March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-33 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 646

    The transfer is started, then the display returns to the standby mode screen. NOTE: All of the memory contents will be sent to the designated number. This function does not allow you to select which memory contents to be re- motely printed. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-34 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 647

    ← 0 (Low) to 6 (High) Select the value indicated on the label on the Fuser by the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key. Then, press the [ENTER] key to complete the setting. COMPLETED March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-35 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 648

    After completing the list output, the display returns to the standby mode screen. For a sample list, refer to "12. APPENDIX" on page 12-1. NOTE: The firmware version (installed in this machine) is listed in the upper right corner of the Protocol Trace List. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-36 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 649

    Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key to select the line, and then press the [ENTER] key. After completing the list output, the display returns to the standby mode screen. For a sample list, refer to "12. APPENDIX" on page 12-2. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-37 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 650

    Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key to select the "03.FUNCTION", and then press the [ENTER] key. After completion of the list output, the display returns to the standby mode screen. For a sample list, refer to "12. APPENDIX" on page 12-3. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-38 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 01/12...

  • Page 651

    Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key to select the "04.DRUM HISTORY", and then press the [ENTER] key. After completion of the list output, the display returns to the standby mode screen. For a sample list, refer to "12. APPENDIX" on page 12-4. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-39 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 652

    Address + Size = Memory dump address 000100 + 1FFF = 20F0 After completion of the list output, the display returns to the standby mode screen. For a sample list, refer to "12. APPENDIX" on page 12-5. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-40 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 653: Telephone Screening, Inquiry From A User, Indication Of An Error

    The user can confirm of the error contents by the following display indications. • Display indication on the LCD display (Refer to 11-47.) • Error code display on the journal (Refer to 11-53.) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-41 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 654: Flow Chart Recommended For Field Service

    2.3 Flow Chart Recommended for Field Service DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-42 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 655: Flow Chart Recommended For Telephone Screening

    2.4 Flow Chart Recommended for Telephone Screening March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-43 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 656

    DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-44 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 657: Initial Checks, Checking The Environmental Conditions For Installation, Checking The Document, Checking The Recording Paper

    • Has the recording paper maximum capacity of 550 (A4/Letter/Legal) sheets been exceeded? • Are any inappropriate paper conditions described below being used? Wet paper, curled paper, waved paper, torn paper, used paper (with one side printed), and so March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-45 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 658: Checking The Consumables, Checking By Self-diagnostic Functions

    The operator and service technician can check an error condition by using the error code on the LCD display and the communication error code and status code printed on communication journal. Status code Communication error code DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-46 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 659: Error Messages

    Abbreviated Dial Numbers) has been exhausted. Split your transmission into two or The maximum number of manu- JOB MEMORY FULL more jobs. ally input phone numbers (100) has been reach. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-47 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 660

    If the same error message is dis- trays are installed) (Middle-row) turned OFF. played again after supplying record- ing paper and inserting Recording paper tray firmly, refer to “4.3.6 MIDDLE/LOWER PAPER EMPTY” on page 11-63. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-48 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 661

    No Developer assembly with the Install a the Developer assembly with Drum unit is installed. the Drum unit. If the same error is displayed, refer to "4.3.7 CONFIRM DEV. UNIT" on page 11-64. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-49 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 662

    LINE-2 is not connected to the tele- CHECK LINE-2 cord between the telephone line jack phone line. (Displayed only when LINE- and the LINE-2 connector on the right 2 is installed) side of the machine. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-50 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 663

    Replace the Main PBA refer to “Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/ Adjustment” on page 8-46. The MODEM (IC5) for LINE-1 failed to op- Replace the Main PBA refer to erate normally. “Chapter 8 Removal/Replacement/ Adjustment” on page 8-46. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-51 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 664

    If the same error code is displayed again, refer to “4.5 Recording Paper Feed Er- ror” on page 11-69. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-52 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 665

    The mission. machine's image memory was ex- For a memory reception, remove the hausted. cause of the error, then ask the re- mote party to transmit the document again. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-53 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 666

    Ask the remote party to transmit again. High-speed signal was not de- This may happen in some cases of tected on the receiving side. bad line condition. Ask the remote party to transmit again. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-54 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 667

    The communication ended be- Attempt the communication again. If cause of an overrun of the soft- the error occurs frequently, perform ware due to hard-ware noises. a memory clear (except user area.) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-55 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 668

    Mode TX Speed (bps) Mode Line density Mode Encoding 2400 8 x 3.85 4800 8 x 7.7 7200 8 x 15.4 9600 — JBIG 12000 16 x 15.4 14400 300 dpi V.34 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-56 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 669: Trouble Analysis

    (2) Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] keys to select “2.LISTS”, and then press the [ENTER] key. (3) Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] keys to select “1.FUNCTION”, and then press the [ENTER] key. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-57...

  • Page 670: Power-on Is Not Possible, Nothing Is Indicated On The Lcd Display

    (CN24) and the Main PBA (CN12)? If no problem is found in the step above, Replace in the order of: Operation panel, the Operation panel itself or the PBA's may Main PBA, Mother PBA. be defective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-58 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 671: Error Message Is Re-displayed

    When no problem is found in steps above, Replace in the order of: Scanner cover Scanner cover open switch itself or the open switch, Main PBA, Mother PBA. PBA's may be defective. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-59 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 672

    When no problem is found in steps above, Replace in the order of: Top cover open Top cover open switch itself, the LVPS or switch, Main PBA, Mother PBA. the PBA's may be defective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-60 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 673

    The Paper size sensor, Optional paper size sensor (Middle-row) and the Optional paper size sensor (Lower-row) have turned OFF. → “PAPER EMPTY” Refer to the case 4.3.5 “UPPER PAPER EMPTY” and 4.3.6 “MIDDLE/LOWER PA- PER EMPTY.” March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-61 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 674

    (CN27), between the Mother PBA (CN24) and the Main PBA (CN12)? When no problem is found in steps above, Replace in the order of: Main PBA, Mother the PBA's may be defective. PBA. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-62 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 675

    (CN20), between the Mother PBA (CN24) and the Main PBA (CN12)? Replace in the order of: Optional tray PBA, When no problem is found in steps above, Main PBA, Mother PBA. the PBA's may be defective. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-63 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 676

    (CN13)? When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: Fuser, LVPS, Main above, the Fuser itself, the LVPS, or the PBA, Mother PBA. PBA's may be defective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-64 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 677

    When no problem is found in the step Replace in the order of: Fan motor, Main above, the Fan motor, the Main PBA or PBA, Mother PBA. the Mother PBA may be defective. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-65 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 678

    When no problem is found in the step Replace in the order of: Optional tray PBA above, the PBA's may be defective. (Lower-row), Optional tray PBA (Middle- row), Main PBA, Mother PBA. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-66 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 679: Document Feed Error

    ADF roller, the TX drive roller operate properly. When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: TX motor, Main above, the TX motor, or the PBA's may PBA, Mother PBA. be defective. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-67 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 680

    Kick roller, TX drive rollers, Pinch roller soak the cloth with water and squeeze it dirty or worn out? well, then use it for wiping the dirt off. If worn out, replace the part. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-68 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 681: Recording Paper Feed Error

    When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: Paper pickup so- above, the Paper pickup solenoid or the lenoid, Main PBA, Optional tray PBA, PBA's may be defective. Mother PBA. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-69 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 682

    Main PBA (CN13)? When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: Paper exit sensor, above, the Paper exit sensor or the PBA's Main PBA, Mother PBA. may be defective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-70 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 683

    Does the actuator of the Paper feed sen- If it does not move smoothly, replace it. sors move smoothly? Is there any foreign material stuck on the Clean the roller. Fuser or the Pressure roller? March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-71 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 684: Copying Error

    CIS if damaged. When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: CIS, Main PBA above, the CIS or the PBA's may be de- next and the Mother PBA. fective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-72 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 685: Poor Print Quality

    (4.7.1) (4.7.2) (4.7.2) Vertical white line(s) Completely black Completely white (4.7.3) (4.7.4) (4.7.5) Faint or blurred print Black marks Uneven print (4.7.6) (4.7.7) (4.7.8) Black dots White dots Stained (4.7.9) (4.7.9) (4.7.10) March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-73 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 686

    Are the black or white lines clearly printed? Replace the LSU. If no problem is found in the steps above, Replace in the order of: Drum unit, Main the Drum unit or the Main PBA may be PBA. defective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-74 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 687

    When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: Developer assem- above, the Developer assembly, the LSU bly, LSU, HVPS, Main PBA. or the PBA's may be defective. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-75 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 688

    When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: Drum unit, LSU, above, the Drum unit, the LSU or the HVPS, Main PBA. PBA's them selves may be defective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-76 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 689

    Fuser cleaner? Do the black or white dots repeat at 96mm Replace the Drum unit. (3.78”) intervals? Are black or white dots repeat at 29mm Replace the Fuser. (1.14 inches) intervals? March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-77 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 690

    When no problem is found in the steps Replace in the order of: Drum unit, Devel- above, the Drum unit, the Developer as- oper assembly, Fuser. sembly or the Fuser may be defective. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-78 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 691: Updating The Firmware

    • Turn on the power while pressing the [ * ] and [ # ] keys. • Using the Recovery ROM PBA (1) Set the ROM containing the latest firmware on the Recovery ROM PBA. Connector Recovery ROM PBA ROM 1 ROM 2 06-03-06 Fig. 11-5-1 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-79 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 692

    (2) Turn off the power and remove the Slide cover. Slide cover 08-02-07 Fig. 11-5-2 (3) Connect the Recovery ROM PBA. Mother PBA CN22 Recovery ROM PBA Mother PBA 11-05-01 Fig. 11-5-3 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-80 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 693

    (5) Turn off the power and remove the Recovery ROM PBA. Then mount the Slid cover. (6) Turn on the power while pressing the [ * ] and [ # ] keys., then turn off. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-81...

  • Page 694

    • Download data from the PC Using the TOSHIBA Viewer, you can download the firmware from the PC to this facsimile for updating. WARNING: • Data to be downloaded should be stored in the same drive as the TOSHIBA Viewer program. If the data is stored in a different drive (in- cluding a floppy disk or the drive of another PC connected to the net- work), downloading may not be performed normally.

  • Page 695

    (2) Double click "Download" in Data sources. Fig. 11-5-5 The Service setting dialog box appears. (3) Enter the password “TSBSERVICE”. Fig. 11-5-6 (4) Click "OK". The Download firmware update dialog box appears. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-83 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 696

    Click "Browse" to select the file to be downloaded. The selected files are displayed in File. Fig. 11-5-8 NOTE: The files with the checked boxes are downloaded. Up to three files can be downloaded. DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting 11-84 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 697

    • The facsimile is automatically reset while downloading. When the downloading is completed, the following dialog box is displayed. Fig. 11-5-10 (7) Click "OK". • Using the RDC →Refer to the RDC Manual. March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 11-85 DP120F/DP125F Troubleshooting...

  • Page 698: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 12 Appendix 1. Sample List ....................12-1 Protocol Trace List ..................12-1 Error Count List ....................12-2 Function List for Maintenance ................ 12-3 Drum Unit ....................... 12-4 Memory Dump List ..................12-5 2. User Function Setting Initial Value List ............ 12-6...

  • Page 699: Chapter 12 Appendix, Sample List, Protocol Trace List

    Chapter 12 Appendix 1. Sample List 1.1 Protocol Trace List March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 12-1 DP120F/DP125F Appendix...

  • Page 700: Error Count List

    1.2 Error Count List DP120F/DP125F Appendix 12-2 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 701: Function List For Maintenance

    1.3 Function List for Maintenance March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 12-3 DP120F/DP125F Appendix...

  • Page 702: Drum Unit

    1.4 Drum Unit DP120F/DP125F Appendix 12-4 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 703: Memory Dump List

    1.5 Memory Dump List March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 12-5 DP120F/DP125F Appendix...

  • Page 704: User Function Setting Initial Value List

    RING DELAY AUTO RECEIVE MODE (LINE2) : TX/RX TX SETTINGS MEMORY TX : ON SECURITY TX : OFF COVER SHEET : OFF RECOVERY TX : OFF : INSIDE SEND AFTER SCAN : OFF DP120F/DP125F Appendix 12-6 March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC...

  • Page 705

    : ON ERROR (IMAGE) RECEPTION LIST LOCAL MAILBOX : OFF REMOTE MAILBOX : OFF RELAY STATION : ON REMOTE SERVICE REMOTE ACCESS : OFF DOWNLOAD : NO JOB RDC PASSWORD TOTAL PAGE SCAN PRINT March 2000 © TOSHIBA TEC 12-7 DP120F/DP125F Appendix...

  • Page 706

    SHUWA-SHIBA PARK BLDG. A 2-4-1, SHIBA KOEN, MINATO-KU, TOKYO, 105-8524, JAPAN...

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