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ORDER NO.

KMF0602927CE

Flat-Bed Multi-Function Laser Fax with Sorter

KX-FLB853RU
KX-FA101A (Optional Lower input tray) KX-FA102A (Optional LAN Board) KX-FA104E (Maintenance Kit)
(for Russia)

2006 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

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CONTENTS
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1 INTRODUCTION 1.1. TRANSLATION LISTS 1.2. ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free) 1.3. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1.4. INSULATION RESISTANCE TEST 1.5. FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS 1.6. BATTERY CAUTION 1.7. AC CAUTION 1.8. PERSONAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1.9. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS 2 FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS 2.1. FEATURES 2.2. SPECIFICATIONS 4 4 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 10 11 11 12 5.21. REMOVE THE MULTI ROLLER SECTION PARTS 5.22. REMOVE THE OPERATION PANEL 5.23. REMOVE THE SCANNER COVER 5.24. REMOVE THE SCANNER SECTION PARTS 5.25. REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT AND LOWER GLASS 5.26. REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT PARTS 5.27. NOTE FOR ASSEMBLING 5.28. INSTALLATION POSITION OF THE LEAD 6 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 6.1. USER RECOVERABLE ERRORS 6.2. PROGRAMMING AND LISTS 6.3. TEST FUNCTIONS 6.4. PROBLEMS WITH PC SOFTWARE 6.5. REMOTE PROGRAMMING 6.6. TROUBLESHOOTING DETAILS 7 CIRCUIT OPERATIONS 7.1. CONNECTION DIAGRAM 7.2. GENERAL BLOCK DIAGRAM 7.3. FACSIMILE SECTION 7.4. NCU SECTION 7.5. ITS (Integrated telephone System) and MONITOR SECTION 7.6. CCD CONTROL SECTION 7.7. MOTOR DRIVE SECTION 7.8. DRIVE MODE AND WAVEFORM OF ADF AND FB MOTOR 7.9. FAN MOTOR SECTION 7.10. SOLENOID DRIVE SECTION 7.11. LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) SECTION 7.12. SENSORS AND SWITCHES SECTION 7.13. OPERATION BOARD SECTION 7.14. LCD SECTION 7.15. HVPS (High Voltage Power Supply) SECTION 7.16. HEAT LAMP CONTROL CIRCUIT 7.17. POWER SUPPLY BOARD SECTION 8 REFERENCE MATERIALS DATA 8.1. PRINTING OPERATION PRINCIPLE 8.2. TERMINAL GUIDE OF THE ICs TRANSISTORS AND DIODES 8.3. HOW TO REPLACE A FLAT PACKAGE IC 8.4. DIGITAL BOARD SECTION 63 64 64 65 66 8.5. MODEM SECTION 8.6. TEST CHART 9 FIXTURES AND TOOLS 10 CABINET, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION 10.1. OPERATION PANEL SECTION 10.2. PRINTER COVER SECTION (1) 10.3. PRINTER COVER SECTION (2) 10.4. ADF SECTION 10.5. PRINTER COVER SECTION (3) 286 286 287 288 289 290 270 274 275 277 283 285 228 231 233 235 237 252 253 254 256 262 265 265 217 219 220

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2.3. HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS FOR MULTI-FUNCTION SOFTWARE 2.4. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES 3 INSTALLATION 3.1. LOCATION OF CONTROLS 3.2. CONNECTIONS 3.3. INSTALLATION 4 MAINTENANCE 13 13 14 14 16 19 37

4.1. MAINTENANCE ITEMS AND COMPONENT LOCATIONS 37 4.2. PRINTING 4.3. SCANNING (ADF) 4.4. MAINTENANCE 4.5. DOCUMENT JAMS (AUTO DOCUMENT FEEDER) 4.6. RECORDING PAPER JAM 5 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 5.1. LOWER CABINET SECTION 5.2. PRINTER COVER SECTION 5.3. ADF SECTION 5.4. INNER CABINET SECTION 5.5. REMOVE THE ADF UNIT 5.6. REMOVE THE ADF PARTS (1) 5.7. REMOVE THE REAR PANEL 5.8. REMOVE THE ADF PARTS (2) 5.9. REMOVE THE BOTTOM PLATE 5.10. REMOVE THE ANALOG BOARD 5.11. REMOVE THE HVPS, FAN, TERMINAL UNIT 5.12. REMOVE THE CASSETTE GUIDE AND THE RELAY BOARD 5.13. REMOVE THE DIGITAL BOARD 5.14. REMOVE THE LASER UNIT AND THE SHUTTER 5.15. REMOVE THE REAR CABINET PARTS 5.16. REMOVE THE PRINTER COVER 40 41 42 47 48 55 56 57 58 58 59 60 61 61 62 62 63

5.17. REMOVE THE GEAR CHASSIS AND GEAR SECTION 67 5.18. REMOVE THE LOWER PRINTER COVER PARTS 5.19. REMOVE THE MULTI ROLLER SECTION 68 69

5.20. REMOVE THE SEPARATION RUBBER (MULTI ROLLER) 70

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10.6. MANUAL TRAY SECTION 10.7. MULTI ROLLER SECTION 10.8. UPPER MAIN CABINET SECTION 10.9. FUSER SECTION 10.10. REAR COVER SECTION 10.11. MOTOR SECTION 10.12. GEAR CHASSIS SECTION 10.13. LOWER MAIN CABINET SECTION

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12.18. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER BOARD 12.19. LOW VOLTAGE POWER BOARD 12.20. LAN BOARD PARTS (OPTION) 12.21. HOOK SWITCH BOARD (OPTION) 12.22. CASSETTE RELAY BOARD PARTS (OPTION) 12.23. PAPER SWITCH BOARD PARTS (OPTION) 12.24. COVER SWITCH BOARD PARTS (OPTION) 12.25. EXTENSION USB CABLE KIT 12.26. FIXTURES AND TOOLS 13 FOR THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 14 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 14.1. DIGITAL BOARD (1) 14.2. DIGITAL BOARD (2) 14.3. DIGITAL BOARD (3) 14.4. ANALOG BOARD 14.5. HANDSET BOARD AND SENSOR BOARD 14.6. OPERATION BOARD 14.7. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD 14.8. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD 14.9. AFE BOARD 14.10. SENSOR BOARD 14.11. LAN BOARD 14.12. HOOK SWITCH BOARD 14.13. OPTION CASSETTE BOARD 15 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD 15.1. DIGITAL BOARD 15.2. ANALOG BOARD 15.3. HANDSET BOARD 15.4. TONER SENSOR BOARD 15.5. OPERATION BOARD 15.6. AFE BOARD 15.7. ADF RELAY BOARD 15.8. LAN BOARD (OPTION) 15.9. HOOK SWITCH BOARD 15.10. CASSETTE RELAY BOARD (OPTION) 15.11. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD 15.12. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD

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10.14. SORTER FRAME AND DOCUMENT TRAY SECTION 299 10.15. CASSETTE SECTION 10.16. SORTER SIDE SECTION 10.17. SCREW AND LEAD WIRE LAYOUT OF SORTER 10.18. SORTER MAIN SECTION 10.19. SORTER TOP SECTION 10.20. HANDSET CRADCE SECTION 300 301 302 303 304 304

10.21. KX-FA101E PAPER CASSETTE SECTION (OPTION) 305 10.22. KX-FA102E LAN BOARD (OPTION) 10.23. ACTUAL SIZE OF SCREWS AND WASHER 11 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS 12 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 12.1. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS 12.2. ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS 12.3. DIGITAL BOARD PARTS 12.4. ANALOG BOARD PARTS 12.5. HANDSET BOARD PARTS 12.6. TONER SENSOR BOARD PARTS 12.7. OPERATION BOARD PARTS 12.8. AFE BOARD PARTS 12.9. ADF RELAY BOARD PARTS 12.10. DOCUMENT SENSOR BOARD PARTS 12.11. READ POSITION SENSOR BOARD PARTS 12.12. PRINT TIMING SENSOR BOARD PARTS 12.13. SHEET BYPASS SENSOR BOARD PARTS 12.14. THERMISTOR BOARD PARTS 12.15. RELAY BOARD PARTS 12.16. VARISTOR BOARD PARTS 12.17. REGISTRATION SENSOR BOARD PARTS 309 310 311 312 312 317 317 322 325 325 325 326 327 327 327 327 327 327 327 328 328

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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1.
1.1.1.

TRANSLATION LISTS
HELP FUNCTION

1.1.2.

OTHER

1.1.3.

ERROR MESSAGE (REPORT)

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ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY)

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1.2.
Note:

ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free)

In the information below, Pb, the symbol for lead in the periodic table of elements, will refer to standard solder or solder that contains lead. We will use PbF solder when discussing the lead free solder used in our manufacturing process which is made from Tin, (Sn), Silver, (Ag), and Copper, (Cu). This model, and others like it, manufactured using lead free solder will have PbF stamped on the PCB. For service and repair work we suggest using the same type of solder. Caution PbF solder has a melting point that is 50 ~ 70 F, (30 ~ 40C) higher than Pb solder. Please use a soldering iron with temperature control and adjust it to 700 20 F, (370 10C). In case of using high temperature soldering iron, please be careful not to heat too long. PbF solder will tend to splash if it is heated much higher than its melting point, approximately 1100F, (600C). When applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess which may flow onto the opposite side (See figure, below).

1.2.1.

SUGGESTED PBF SOLDER

There are several types of PbF solder available commercially. While this product is manufactured using Tin, Silver, and Copper, (Sn+Ag+Cu), you can also use Tin and Copper, (Sn+Cu), or Tin, Zinc, and Bismuth, (Sn+Zn+Bi). Please check the manufacturers specific instructions for the melting points of their products and any precautions for using their product with other materials. The following lead free (PbF) solder wire sizes are recommended for service of this product: 0.3mm, 0.6mm and 1.0mm.

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1.3.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1. Before servicing, unplug the AC power cord to prevent an electric shock. 2. When replacing parts, use only the manufacturers recommended components. 3. Check the condition of the power cord. Replace if wear or damage is evident. 4. After servicing, be sure to restore the lead dress, insulation barriers, insulation papers, shields, etc. 5. Before returning the serviced equipment to the customer, be sure to perform the following insulation resistance test to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

1.4.

INSULATION RESISTANCE TEST

1. Unplug the power cord and short the two prongs of the plug with a jumper wire. 2. Turn on the power switch. 3. Measure the resistance value with an ohmmeter between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metal cabinet part (screw heads, control shafts, bottom frame, etc.). Note: Some exposed parts may be isolated from the chassis by design. These will read infinity. 4. If the measurement is outside the specified limits, there is a possibility of a shock hazard.

1.5.

FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS

ICs and LSIs are vulnerable to static electricity. When repairing, the following precautions will help prevent recurring malfunctions. 1. Cover the plastic parts boxes with aluminum foil. 2. Ground the soldering irons. 3. Use a conductive mat on the worktable. 4. Do not touch the IC or LSI pins with bare fingers.

1.6.
CAUTION

BATTERY CAUTION

Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers Instructions. The lithium battery is a critical component (typeNo.CR2032). Please observe for the proper polarity and the exact location when replacing it and the soldering the replacement litium battery in.

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AC CAUTION

For safety, before closing the lower cabinet, please make sure of the following precautions. 1. The earth lead is fixed with the screw. 2. The AC connector is connected properly.

1.8.
1.8.1.

PERSONAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS


MOVING SECTIONS OF THE UNIT

Be careful not to let your hair, clothes, fingers, accessories, etc., become caught in any moving sections of the unit. The moving sections of the unit are the rollers and a gear. There is a separation roller and a document feed roller which are rotated by the document feed motor. A gear rotates the two rollers. Be careful not to touch them with your hands, especially when the unit is operating.

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1.8.2.

LIVE ELECTRICAL SECTIONS

All the electrical sections of the unit supplied with AC power by the AC power cord are live. Never disassemble the unit for service with the AC power supply plugged in. CAUTION: AC voltage is supplied to the primary side of the power supply unit. Therefore, always unplug the AC power cord before disassembling for service.

1.8.3.

LASER BEAM AND FUSER UNIT SECTION

The printer of this unit utilizes a laser. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The fuser unit is inside of the unit and gets hot. Do not touch it when removing the jammed paper or cleaning the lower glass.

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1.9.1.

SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT DAMAGE FROM STATIC ELECTRICITY

Electrical charges accumulate on a person. For instance, clothes rubbing together can damage electric elements or change their electrical characteristics. In order to prevent static electricity, touch a metallic part that is grounded to release the static electricity. Never touch the electrical sections such as the power supply unit, etc.

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2 FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS


2.1.
General Help function Display: 1. FEATURE LIST 2. DIRECTORY 3. FAX SENDING / RECEIVING 4. CALLER ID LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) readout Note: Refer to HELP FUNCTION (P.4) for display message. Plain Paper Facsimile Machine Output tray (approx. 100 sheets / approx. 50 sheets 2) Letter/A4/Legal, G3 compatible Automatic document feeder (50 sheets) Quick scan Resolution: Standard/Fine/Super fine/Photo (64 level). STANDARD: For printed or typewritten originals with normal-sized characters. FINE: For originals with small printing. SUPER FINE: For originals with very small printing. PHOTO: For originals containing photographs, shaded drawing, etc. Broad cast 250-sheet paper capacity (60 g/m2~ 75 g/m2[16 lb~20 lb.]) Distinctive ring detection. Sorter Large Memory... Performed by DRAM Approx. 150 pages of memory transmission Approx. 630 pages of memory reception Phone Line Monitor On-hook dialing Monitor speaker Redialing function 318-Station telephone directory Enhanced Copier Function Multi-copy function (up to 99 copies) Enlargement and reduction Sort 64-Level halftone

FEATURES

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2.2.

SPECIFICATIONS
Public Switched Telephone Network Max. 216 mm in width Max. 600 mm in length 208 mm Letter/Legal:208 mm A4:202 mm Approx. 4 s/page (ECM-MMR Memory transmission)** FAX resolution: Horizontal: 8 pels/mm Vertical: 3.85 lines/mm-in-STANDARD 7.7 lines/mm-in-FINE/PHOTO 15.4 lines/mm-in-SUPER FINE Copy resolution: Up to 600 600 dpi Scanning resolution: Up to 600 1200 dpi (Optical) Up to 9600 9600 dpi (interpolated) 64-level Charge Coupled Device (CCD) Laser printer Modified Huffman (MH), Modified READ (MR), Modified Modified READ (MMR) 33,600 / 31,200 / 28,800 / 26,400 / 24,000 / 21,600 / 19,200 / 16,800 / 14,400 / 12,000 / 9,600 / 7,200 / 4,800 / 2,400 bps; Automatic Fallback 10C32.5C, 2080% RH (Relative Humidity) Approx. 312 mm 773 mm 444 mm Approx. 18 kg Standby: Approx. 11 W Transmission: Approx. 28 W Reception: Approx. 400 W Copy: Approx. 430 W Maximum: Approx. 900 W (When the fuser lamp turns on) 220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 10 MB in total Approx. 630 pages of memory reception with back-up (Max. 255 pages per one reception) Approx. 150 pages of memory transmission (Based on the ITU-T No. 1 Test Chart in standard resolution.) Laser output: Max. 5 mW Wave length: 760 nm800 nm Emission duration: Continuous 18 ppm (page per minute) 600 600 dpi

Applicable Lines: Document Size: Effective Scanning Width: Effective Printing Width: Transmission Time*: Scanning Density:

Photo resolution: Scanner Type: Printer Type: Data Compression System: Modem Speed: Operating Environment: Dimensions (HWD): Mass (Weight): Power Consumption:

Power Supply: Fax Memory Capacity:

Laser diode properties:

Print Speed: Printing Resolution:

* Transmission speed depends upon the contents of the pages, resolution, telephone line conditions and capability of the other partys machine. ** Transmission speed is based upon the ITU-T No. 1 Test Chart. (Refer to ITU-T No.1 TEST CHART (P.283).) If the capability of the other partys machine is inferior to your unit, the transmission time may be longer. Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. The pictures and illustrations in these instructions may vary slightly from the actual product.

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2.3.

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS FOR MULTI-FUNCTION SOFTWARE

To use Multi-Function Station on your computer, the following are required: Operating System: Works with Windows 98/Me/2000/XP*1) CPU: Windows 98: Pentium 90 MHz or faster Windows Me: Pentium 150 MHz or faster Windows 2000: Pentium 166 MHz or faster Windows XP*1): Pentium 300 MHz or faster RAM: Windows 98: 24 MB (32 MB or more recommended) Windows Me: 32 MB (64 MB or more recommended) Windows 2000: 64 MB or more Windows XP*1): 128 MB or more Other Hardware: CD-ROM drive Hard disk drive with at least 100 MB of available space USB interface LAN interface for optional LAN board (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
*1)

Multi-Function Station software does not work with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (64bit), a new version of Windows XP Professional that was released in and after April, 2005. Trademarks: Microsoft, Windows and PowerPoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

2.4.

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Description Toner cartridge Drum unit Optional Lower input tray Optional LAN board Specifications 1 1 1 1 toner cartridge drum unit tray card

Model No. KX-FA85A KX-FA86A KX-FA101A KX-FA102A

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3 INSTALLATION
3.1.
3.1.1. 3.1.1.1.

LOCATION OF CONTROLS
OVERVIEW Front view
(1) ADF (Auto Document Feeder) cover (2) Document guides (3) Document tray (4) Document cover (5) Top cover (6) Paper level indicator (7) Paper input tray (8) Document entrance (9) Document exit (10) Cover release lever (11) Recording paper exit (12) Output tray

3.1.1.2.

Rear view
(1) Power switch (2) USB interface connector (3) Recording paper guides (4) Multi-purpose input tray (5) Power inlet (6) LAN board (Optional) connector (7) Telephone line jack (8) External telephone jack (9) Speaker (10) Handset unit

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3.1.2.

CONTROL PANEL

(1) Station keys (2) BROADCAST (3) AOH (4) HELP (5) PAPER TRAY/ DIRECTORY (6) CONTRAST (7) RESOLUTION (8) ZOOM/ QUICK SCAN (9) MENU (10) CLEAR (11) SORT (12) MANUAL BROAD (13) FAX AUTO ANSWER

(14) LOWER (15) FAX (16) COPY (17) SET (18) SCAN (19) Navigator key (20) TONE (21) PAUSE/ REDIAL (22) FLASH (23) MONITOR (24) START (25) STOP

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3.2.
Caution:

CONNECTIONS
When you operate this product, the power outlet should be near the product and easily accessible. Be sure to use the telephone line cord included in this unit. Do not extend the telephone line cord.

(1) Telephone line cord Connect to a single telephone line jack . (2) Power cord Connect to the power outlet (220-240 V, 50/60 Hz). (3) [EXT] jack You can connect an answering machine or an extension telephone. Remove the stopper if attached. (4) Answering machine (not included)

Note: To avoid malfunction, do not position the unit near appliances such as TVs or speakers which generate an intense magnetic field. If any other device is connected to the same telephone line, this unit may disturb the network condition of the device.

3.2.1.

If you use this unit with a computer or subscribe to a DSL service

If you use the unit with a computer and your internet provider instructs you to install a filter ( 7 ), please connect it as follows.

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3.2.2.

Connecting to a computer

Panasonic Multi-Function Station software enables the unit to carry out the following functions: - Printing on plain paper, transparencies, labels and envelopes - Scanning documents and converting an image into text with Readiris OCR software - Scanning from other applications for Microsoft Windows that support TWAIN scanning - Storing, editing or erasing entries in directories using your computer - Programming the features using your computer - Sending, receiving fax documents using your computer To use Multi-Function Station on your computer, the following are required: Operating System: Works with Windows 98/Me/2000/XP*1 CPU: Windows 98: Pentium 90 MHz or faster Windows Me: Pentium 150 MHz or faster Windows 2000: Pentium 166 MHz or faster Windows XP*1: Pentium 300 MHz or faster RAM: Windows 98: 24 MB (32 MB or more recommended) Windows Me: 32 MB (64 MB or more recommended) Windows 2000: 64 MB or more Windows XP*1: 128 MB or more Other Hardware: CD-ROM drive Hard disk drive with at least 100 MB of available space USB interface LAN interface for optional LAN board (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) *1 Multi-Function Station software does not work with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (64bit), a new version of Windows XP Professional that was released in and after April, 2005. Important notice for the connection Do not connect the USB cable before installing Multi-Function Station. Be sure to connect the USB cable. Trademarks: Microsoft, Windows and PowerPoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Pentium is a registered trademark or trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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(1) USB cable USB cable is not included. Please purchase a shielded Type-A male/ Type-B male USB cable maximum length 2 metres.

Note: Be sure to use a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified cable if your computer is equipped with the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface.. Warning: To assure continued emission limit compliance, use only shielded USB cable (2 m or less in length). Refer to EXTENSION USB CABLE KIT (P.331).

3.2.3.

Connecting to the LAN

For example, connect the fax unit as shown below.

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3.3.
3.3.1.

INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION SPACE

The space required to install the unit is shown below. The dimensions given are necessary for the unit to operate efficiently.

Note: Avoid excessive heat or humidity. Use the unit within the following ranges of temperature and humidity. Ambient temperature: 10C to 32.5C Relative humidity: 20% to 80% (without condensation) Power cord length should be less than 5 meters (16.4 feet). Using a longer cord may reduce the voltage or cause malfunctions. Avoid direct sunlight. Do not install near devices which contain magnets or generate magnetic fields. Do not subject the unit to strong physical shock or vibration. Keep the unit clean. Dust accumulation can prevent the unit from functioning properly. To protect the unit from damage, hold both sides when you move it. Do not place the unit in an area where the paper tray may be obstructed (i.e., by a wall, etc.) Keep this surface ( ) away from walls etc. more than 50 mm (1 31/32) to let the unit cool down.

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3.3.2.

DOCUMENT TRAY

Insert the document tray (1) into the slot (2) on the unit.

3.3.3.

OUTPUT TRAY

This unit has 3 pieces of output tray. As a default setting, printed paper is stacked on the output tray as follows. - Upper output tray (#1): Printed document by using the computer and copied document. - Lower output tray (#3): Received fax document. You can change the output tray setting for faxing (feature #441) and for copying (feature #466). You can also select the middle output tray (#2). To change the output tray from the computer, set the printer properties.

3.3.3.1.

Attaching the tray label

Attach the tray label (1) to the output tray (2). Label 1 to the upper output tray (#1) Label 2 to the middle output tray (#2) Label 3 to the lower output tray (#3)

Note: Instead of the label 1, 2, 3, you can also attach other labels for print, copy or fax according to the usage. For a blank label, this is convenient if the optional LAN board is installed. You can write the user name on the blank label and attached it to the selected output tray.

3.3.3.2.

Installing the output tray

Insert the output tray (1) into the slots (2), then push the tray down until it latches into place. Repeat this step to install other output trays.

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Make sure that the number on the label and the tray position match.

Note: Do not place the unit in an area where the output tray may be easily bumped into. The upper output tray can hold up to approximately 100 sheets of printed paper. The other output trays can hold up to approximately 50 sheets of printed paper. Remove the printed paper before the output tray becomes full.

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3.3.4. 3.3.4.1.

INSTALLING THE RECORDING PAPER Using the paper input tray

A4 or letter size recording paper can be used. The paper input tray unit can hold: Up to 250 sheets of 60 g/m2 to 75 g/m2 paper. Up to 230 sheets of 80 g/m2 paper. Up to 200 sheets of 90 g/m2 paper. The unit is set for A4 size paper by default. If you want to use letter size paper, change the setting: (Refer to PROGRAM MODE TABLE (P.100).) by using [PAPER TRAY] in the copy mode. in feature #380. 1.
Pull open the paper input tray (1).

2.

Pinch the right side of the recording paper guide (1), then slide it to match the paper size mark. Pinch the front side of the recording paper guide (2), then slide it open to its full width.

3.

Before loading a stack of paper, fan the paper to prevent paper jams.

4.

Load the paper, print-side up (1).

Important:
Push and lock the plate (2) in the paper input tray, if it is lifted.

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5.

Adjust the width to the size of the recording paper by sliding the front side of the guide (1). Make sure that the recording paper is under the paper limit mark (2), and the paper should not be over the snubbers (3).

6.

Close the paper input tray.

Note:
If the paper is not loaded correctly, re-adjust the paper guides, or the paper may jam. If the paper input tray dose not close, the plate in the paper input tray may be lifted. Push the paper and check that the paper is flat in the paper input tray.

To pull the paper input tray completely out


Pull the paper input tray (1) until it clicks into place, then pull it completely out, lifting the front part of the tray.

To insert the paper input tray Insert the paper input tray (1) to the unit, lifting the front part of the tray. Then push it completely into the unit.

Using the optional input tray


You can add the optional input tray (Model No. KX-FA101A).

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A4, letter or legal size recording paper can be used. The optional input tray can hold: Up to 500 sheets of 60 g/m2 to 75 g/m2 paper. Up to 460 sheets of 80 g/m2 paper. Up to 400 sheets of 90 g/m2 paper. The unit is set for A4 size paper by default. If you want to use letter or legal size paper, change the setting. by using [PAPER TRAY] in the copy mode. in feature #382. Important: Before starting installation of the optional input tray, be sure to turn the power switch OFF. For more details about the installation, please refer to the installation guide for the optional input tray. After installation, you can select the optional input tray for faxing or copying. input tray setting for faxing (feature #440) input tray setting for copying (feature #460) To use the optional input tray with your computer, you need to change the printer properties.

3.3.4.2.

Using the multi-purpose input tray

A4, letter or legal size recording paper can be used. The multi-purpose input tray can hold: Up to 30 sheets of 60 g/m2 to 75 g/m2 paper. Up to 30 sheets of 80 g/m2 paper. Up to 25 sheets of 90 g/m2 paper. Please refer to information on recording paper. The unit is set for A4 size paper by default. If you want to use letter or legal size paper, change the setting: by using [PAPER TRAY] in the copy mode. in feature #381. You can also print on transparencies, labels and envelopes. 1.
Pull open the multi-purpose input tray (1) to the left, then pull the extender (2) gently until it clicks into place. Make sure that the line on the label and the edge of the unit match.

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2.

Before inserting a stack of paper, fan the paper to prevent paper jams.

3.

Insert the paper, print-side down (1).

4.

Adjust the width of the guides (1) to the size of the recording paper. The paper should not be over the tabs (2). If the paper is not inserted correctly, readjust the paper, or the paper may jam.

3.3.4.3.

Checking the amount of remaining recording paper

The paper level indicator (green) will allow you to check the amount of remaining paper. The paper is full (1). The paper is empty (2).

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3.3.5.
1.

Handset unit

Connect the handset cord (1) to the handset and the handset cradle.

2.

Connect the handset connecter (1) to the handset unit connection jack (2).

3.

Insert the tab (1) into the slot (2) on the unit and insert the rib (3) of the handset cradle into the bottom groove (4) of the speaker.

Make sure that the triangles (1) match to install the handset unit correctly.

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3.3.5.1.
1.

To remove the handset unit

Pull the handset unit slightly forward (1), and then remove the rib of the handset cradle by lifting the handset unit in the direction of the arrow (2).

2.

Remove the tab ( 1) from the slot (2) on the unit and disconnect the handset connector ( 3).

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3.3.6. 3.3.6.1.

DOCUMENTS THE UNIT CAN SEND Using the auto document feeder

Note: Do not set the documents that do not satisfy the requirements of the size and weight. Make a copy of the document using the scanner glass and set the copy. Remove clips, staples or other fasteners. Do not set the following types of documents: (Make a copy of the document and send the copy.) Chemically treated paper such as carbon or carbonless duplicating paper Electrostatically charged paper Badly curled, creased or torn paper Paper with a coated surface Paper with printing on the opposite side that can be seen through the other side, such as newsprint

3.3.6.2.

Using the scanner glass

Effective scanning area

Note for the auto document feeder and the scanner glass Check that ink, paste or correction fluid has dried completely. To set a document with a width of less than 210 mm, we recommend using the scanner glass to copy the original document onto A4 or letter-sized paper, then setting the copied document. Do not set documents that do not satisfy the requirements of size and weight when using the auto document feeder. Make a copy of the document using the scanner glass and set the copy. Remove clips, staples or other fasteners when using the auto document feeder. Do not set the following types of documents when using the auto document feeder: (Make a copy of the document using the scanner glass and set the copy instead.) Chemically treated paper such as carbon or carbonless duplicating paper Electrostatically charged paper Badly curled, creased or torn paper Paper with a coated surface Paper with printing on the opposite side that can be seen through the other side, such as newsprint

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3.3.7.

TO SELECT CHARACTERS WITH THE DIAL KEYPAD

Pressing the dial keys will select a character as shown below.

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3.3.8.

TO SELECT CHARACTERS USING [ ] OR [ ]

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3.3.9.
Note:

SETTING YOUR LOGO

The logo can be your name or the name of your company. Refer to OTHER (P.4) for display message.

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3.3.10. REPLACING THE TONER CARTRIDGE AND THE DRUM UNIT


When the display shows the following, replace the toner cartridge. Note: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

To check the drum life and quality, please print the printer test list. If printing quality is still poor or REPLACE DRUM appears on the display, replace the toner cartridge and drum unit. To ensure that the unit operates properly, we recommend the use of Panasonic toner cartridge (Model No. KX-FA85A) and drum unit (Model No. KX-FA86A). To maintain print quality and machine life, we recommend you to clean slots and openings and the inside of the unit when replacing the toner cartridge and/or drum unit. Caution: We cannot be responsible for any damage to the unit or degradation of print quality which may occur from the use of a non-Panasonic toner cartridge and drum unit. The drum unit contains a photosensitive drum. Exposing it to light may damage the drum. Once you have opened the protection bag: Do not expose the drum unit to light for more than 5 minutes. Do not touch or scratch the black drum surface. Do not place the drum unit near dust or dirt, or in a high humidity area. Do not expose the drum unit to direct sunlight. Do not turn the power switch OFF. Loss of fax documents in memory may occur. Do not leave the toner cartridge out of the protection bag for a long time. It will decrease the toner life. Do not add toner to the toner cartridge. 1.
Before opening the protection bag of the new toner cartridge, shake it vertically more than 5 times.

2.

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3.

Lift the cover release lever (1) and open the top cover (2).

Important:
Close the multi-purpose input tray (3) before opening the top cover.

4.

Tap on the used toner cartridge several times to allow the remaining toner to fall into the drum unit. Remove the drum and toner unit (1) by holding the two tabs. If you replace the toner cartridge and the drum unit at the same time, skip to step 7.

5.

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6.

Remove the used cartridge (1) from the drum unit (2). The toner may stick to the cartridge and the drum unit. Be careful when handling. Do not drop the toner on the black drum surface (3). Put the used toner cartridge into the protection bag. 7

7.

If you replace the drum unit at the same time, remove the new drum unit from the protection bag. Place the new toner cartridge (1) into the drum unit (2).

8.

Firmly press down the toner cartridge to snap into position.

9.

Turn the two green levers (1) on the toner cartridge firmly.

10. Make sure that the triangles (1) match to install the toner cartridge
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If the lower glass (2) is dirty, clean it with a soft and dry cloth.

11. Install the drum and toner unit (1) by holding the tabs.

Make sure that the triangles (2) match to install the drum and toner unit correctly.

12. Close the top cover, holding the cover release lever (1). Then push
down the right centre edge, until locked.

Caution:
To prevent injuries, be careful not to put your hands under the top cover.

Note: While the unit displays PLEASE WAIT, do not open the top cover, or turn the power switch OFF. Waste disposal method Waste material should be disposed of under conditions which meet all national and local environmental regulations.

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3.3.11.

INSTALLING MULTI-FUNCTION STATION


If the unit is connected to your computer, the model name will be automatically detected. You can change the names for the printer, PC fax, and scanner if necessary. 7. Click [Install], then follow the on-screen instructions. The files will be copied to your computer.

The screenshots shown in these instructions are for Windows XP and are included for reference only. The screenshots shown in these instructions may differ slightly from those of the actual product. Software features and appearance are subject to change without notice. 1. Start Windows and exit all other applications. For Windows XP and Windows 2000 users, you must be logged in as an administrator in order to install MultiFunction Station. Install Multi-Function Station before connecting the unit to a computer. If the unit is connected to a computer before installing Multi-Function Station, the [Found New Hardware Wizard] dialogue box will appear. Click [Cancel] to close it. 2. Insert the included CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. The [Choose Setup Language] dialog box will appear. Select the desired language that you want to use with this software from the drop-down list. Click [OK]. The installation will automatically start. If the [Choose Setup Language] dialog box does not appear: The installation will automatically start. If the installation does not start automatically: Click [Start]. Choose [Run...]. Type D:\setup (where D: is the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive). Click [OK]. (If you are not sure what the drive letter is for your CD-ROM drive, use Windows Explorer and look for the CD-ROM drive.)

Important notice for Windows XP users If you use Windows XP, the following message may appear: The software you are installing for this hardware has not passed Windows Logo testing to verify its compatibility with Windows XP This is normal and the software will not cause any difficulties with your operating system. You can continue the installation with no problem. Note: If the screen prompts to insert the CD-ROM for operating system when installing Multi-Function Station, insert it into your CD-ROM drive.

The installation will start. 3. When the setup program starts, follow the on-screen instructions. 4. When the [Setup Type] dialogue box appears, select [Standard], then click [Next]. Readiris OCR software and Device Monitor will also be installed. 5. When the [Connect Type] dialogue box appears, select [Connect directly with a USB cable.], then click [Next]. The [Connect Device] dialog box will appear. 6. Connect the unit with the USB cable, then click [Next].

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4 MAINTENANCE
4.1.
4.1.1.

MAINTENANCE ITEMS AND COMPONENT LOCATIONS


OUTLINE

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS ARE PERFORMED USING THE FOLLOWING STEPS. 1. Periodic maintenance Inspect the equipment periodically and if necessary, clean any contaminated parts. 2. Check for breakdowns Look for problems and consider how they arose. If the equipment can be still used, perform copying, self testing or communication testing. 3. Check equipment Perform copying, self testing and communication testing to determine if the problem originates from the transmitter, receiver or the telephone line. 4. Determine causes Determine the causes of the equipment problem by troubleshooting. 5. Equipment repairs Repair or replace the defective parts and take appropriate measures at this stage to ensure that the problem will not recur. 6. Confirm normal operation of the equipment After completing the repairs, conduct copying, self testing and communication testing to confirm that the equipment operates normally. 7. Record keeping Make a record of the measures taken to rectify the problem for future reference.

4.1.2.

MAINTENANCE CHECK ITEMS/COMPONENT LOCATIONS

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4.1.2.1.
NO. 1 2 3

Maintenance List
OPERATION Document Path Rollers CHECK Remove any foreign matter such as paper. If the roller is dirty, clean it with a damp cloth then dry thoroughly. Sensors Document sensor (PS22), Read position sensor (PS21), Home sensor (PS51), Registration sensor (PS1), Manual paper sensor (PS2), Pickup sensor (SW201), Print timing sensor (PS23) Sorter enter sensor, Sorter bin1 sensor, Sorter bin2 sensor, Sorter bin3 sensor, Paper sensor (SW202). Drum sensor (SW203), Toner sensor (IC40), FB cover sensor (SW23), ADF cover sensor (SW21), Top cover sensor (SW1), Option cassette paper sensor (SW951), Option cassette pickup sensor (SW952), Option cassette cover sensor (SW953), Option cassette paper tray sensor (SW950) confirm the operation of the sensors. Glass If the glass is dirty, clean them with a dry soft cloth. Abnormal, wear and tear Replace the part. Check if the screws are tight on all parts. or loose parts REMARKS Refer to MAINTENANCE CHECK ITEMS/COMPONENT LOCATIONS( P.37 See MAINTENANCE CHECK ITEMS/COMPONENT LOCATIONS(P.37) and SENSORS AND SWITCHES SECTION(P.237)TEST FUNCTIONS(P.91)

4 5

Refer to MAINTENANCE(P.42).

4.1.2.2.
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Maintenance Cycle (Document & Paper)


Item Cleaning Cycle 3 months 3 months 3 months 3 months 3 months 3 months Replacement Cycle Procedure 7 years* (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE ADF PARTS (2) (P.61). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE ADF PARTS (1) (P.60). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE ADF PARTS (2) (P.61). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE MULTI ROLLER SECTION (P.69). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to CASSETTE SECTION (P.60). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE MULTI ROLLER SECTION (P.69) REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT AND LOWER GLASS (P.74) 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE LOWER PRINTER COVER PARTS (P.68). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT PARTS (P.75). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT PARTS (P.75). 7 years (100,000 documents) Refer to REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT PARTS (P.75).

ADF Document Feed Roller (Ref.No.151) ADF Separation Rubber (Ref. No.141) ADF Eject Roller (Ref.No.173) Pick up Roller (Ref No.269) Separation Rubber (Ref. No.589) Feed Rollers (Ref.No.273,351)

Transfer Roller (Ref.No194)

3 months

8 9 10

Registration Roller (Ref.No.370) Heat Roller (Ref.No.381) Exit Roller (Ref.No.395)

3 months 3 months 3 months

If each part has got dirty, clean it with a damp cloth then dry thoroughly.

* These values are standard and may vary depending on usage conditions.

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4.1.3. 4.1.3.1.

MAINTENANCE KIT (KX-FA104E) Maintenance Cycle (Paper)

The following table shows the service cycle of the main parts, and KX-FA104E consists of below items. Refer to KX-FA104E (for SERVICE) (P.317).
Item Fuser unit Transfer roller Resist roller Paper cassette separation roller & separation pad 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 Average Life *1 pages *3 pages *3 pages pages Maximum Life *2 100,000 pages 100,000 pages 100,000 pages 100,000 pages

*1 Average life with intermittent printing on several sheets of paper. *2 Maximum life with continuous printing. *3 This is the value at 5% print density, which becomes less at higher density. When the unit has printed 80,000 pages, following message will appear to tell the time for replacement.

Provided that the following symptoms are found, we recommend that you replace the above-mentioned maintenance kit all together.

4.1.3.2. 4.1.3.2.1.

Symptoms that happen in each maintenance kit when replacement is required. Fuser unit

Paper often jams inside the fuser unit. (Paper twines around the heat roller.) Non-printing area of the paper (top and bottom) is often smeared.

4.1.3.2.2. 4.1.3.2.3.

Transfer roller Registration roller

Smudges are frequently found on the reverse side of the printing paper.

The printed image is reduced. Skewing has developed.

4.1.3.2.4.

Paper cassette pick up roller & separation pad

Paper is not fed. Multiple sheets of paper are often fed at the same time.

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4.2.

PRINTING

The main motor gear rotates as shown in figure. GEAR DRIVE OPC drives each part of fixing, developing and sorter. When paper is fed from the standard cassette, the plunger of solenoid is pulled to drive PICK UP ROLLER (STANDARD), then the roller starts feeding paper. When paper is fed manually, the plunger of solenoid is pulled to drive PICK UP ROLLER (MULTI), then the roller starts feeding paper. When paper is fed from the optional cassette, first the optional cassette motor (OPTION MOTOR) starts to rotate, the plunger of solenoid is pulled to drive PICK UP ROLLER (OPTION CASSETTE), then the roller starts feeding paper.

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4.3.

SCANNING (ADF)

DOCUMENT TRANSMISSION (ADF) The frictional force between ROLLER DOC SEPARATION and RUBBER SEPARATION makes ROLLER DOC PICK UP move downward from standby position to pick up paper. Pick-upped paper is separated by ROLLER DOC SEPARATION and RUBBER SEPARATION, and then fed by ROLLER DOC FEED. After being read by CCD, the paper is discharged by ROLLER DOC EJECT.

DOCUMENT TRANSMISSION (SCANNER GLASS) CCD Module is carried by the belt timing along the shaft carriage to the reading start position. Then it goes back to the home position reading the document through the glass.

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4.4.
4.4.1.

MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE WHITE PLATE AND GLASSES

Clean the white plate and glasses when a black line, a white line or a dirty pattern appears on: your recording paper, the original document, the data scanned by the computer, or the fax document received by the other party. Caution: Be careful when handling the drum and toner unit. Do not use paper products, such as paper towels or tissues, to clean the inside of the unit.

4.4.1.1.
1. 2.

White plate and scanner glasses

Turn the power switch OFF. Hold the ADF cover (1) firmly and lift it to open the upper part (2) of the ADF cover, then open the whole of the ADF cover.

3.

Clean the scanner glass (1) and the white cover sheet (2) and its circumference (3) with a soft and dry cloth.

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4.

Close the ADF cover (1), then hold the document cover (2) while cleaning the white plate (3) and the scanner glass (4).

5.

Close the document cover (1).

6.

Turn the power switch ON.

If the document cover comes off from the unit 1.


Attach the hinges (1) to the document cover (2). Make sure that the inserted direction is correct. Otherwise, the hinges cannot be inserted into the slots in step 3.

2.

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3.

Insert the hinges (1) into the slots (2) on the unit.

4.

Close the document cover.

4.4.1.2.
1. 2.

Lower glass

Turn the power switch OFF. Lift the cover release lever (1) and open the top cover (2).

Important:
Close the multi-purpose input tray (3) before opening the top cover.

3.

Remove the drum and toner unit (1) by holding the tabs.

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4.

Clean the lower glass (1) with a soft and dry cloth.

5.

Reinstall the drum and toner unit (1) by holding the tabs.

Make sure that the triangles (2) match to install the drum and toner unit correctly.

6.

Close the top cover, holding the cover release lever (1). Then push down the right centre edge, until locked.

Caution:
To prevent injuries, be careful not to put your hands under the top cover.

7.

Turn the power switch ON.

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4.4.2.
1. 2.

CLEANING THE DOCUMENT FEEDER ROLLERS

Clean the rollers when the document or recording paper frequently misfeeds.
Turn the power switch OFF. Hold the ADF cover (1) firmly and lift it to open the upper part (2) of the ADF cover, then open the whole of the ADF cover.

3.

Clean the document feeder rollers (1) with a cloth moistened with isopropyl rubbing alcohol, and let all parts dry thoroughly. Clean the rollers in the direction of the arrow to avoid the discharge brush (2) from being pulled.

4.

Close the ADF cover.

5.

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4.5.

DOCUMENT JAMS (AUTO DOCUMENT FEEDER)


Caution:
Do not pull out the jammed document forcibly before lifting the ADF cover.

1.

Hold the ADF cover (1) firmly and lift it to open the upper part (2) of the ADF cover, then open the whole of the ADF cover.

2.

Remove the jammed document (1) carefully. When the document has jammed near the document entrance:

When the document has jammed near the document exit:

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3.

Close the ADF cover.

4.6.
4.6.1.
Note:

RECORDING PAPER JAM


When the recording paper has jammed inside of the unit

The display will show the following. Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

Caution:
Do not pull out the jammed paper forcibly before opening the top cover.

To prevent injuries, be careful not to put your hands under the top cover.

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1.

Lift the cover release lever (1) and open the top cover (2).

Important:
Close the multi-purpose input tray (3) before opening the top cover.

2.

Remove the jammed paper. Case 1: When the recording paper has jammed near the drum and toner unit: Remove the jammed paper (1) carefully by pulling it upwards.

Remove the jammed paper (1) carefully by pulling it to the right.

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Case 2: When the recording paper has jammed near the fuser unit: 1. Lift both green levers (1) until they stop.

2. Remove the jammed paper (1) carefully by pulling it upwards.

3. Push back the green levers (1) to the original position.

Case 3: When the recording paper has jammed near the output tray: 1. Pull and hold the green lever (1) to release the jammed paper.

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2. Remove the jammed paper (1) carefully by pulling it upwards.

3.

Close the top cover, holding the cover release lever (1). Then push down the right centre edge, until locked.

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4.6.2.
Note:

When paper jam occurs near the optional input tray

The display will show the following. Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

1.

Open the cover (1) at the left side of the optional tray.

2.

Remove the jammed paper (1).

3.

Close the cover at the left side of the optional input tray.

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4.6.3.

When the recording paper in the paper input tray / the optional input tray is not fed into the unit properly

The display will show the following. Note: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

1. 2.

Pull open the input tray, then remove the recording paper and straighten. Re-load the recording paper. Paper input tray:

Optional input tray:

3. Note:

Close the input tray.

If the error message is still displayed, check the recording paper specifications and re-install recording paper.

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4.6.4.

When the recording paper in the multi-purpose input tray is not fed into the unit properly

The display will show the following. Note: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

1. 2.

Remove the recording paper and straighten. Re-insert the recording paper.

Note: If the error message is still displayed, check the recording paper specifications and re-install recording paper.

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5 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Note: Remove the Document Cover, the Paper Input tray ,the handset unit and the drum and toner cartridge before reassembling.

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5.1.

LOWER CABINET SECTION

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5.2.

PRINTER COVER SECTION

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5.3.

ADF SECTION

5.4.

INNER CABINET SECTION

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5.5.

REMOVE THE ADF UNIT

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5.6.

REMOVE THE ADF PARTS (1)

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5.7.

REMOVE THE REAR PANEL

5.8.

REMOVE THE ADF PARTS (2)

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5.9.

REMOVE THE BOTTOM PLATE

5.10. REMOVE THE ANALOG BOARD

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5.11. REMOVE THE HVPS, FAN, TERMINAL UNIT

5.12. REMOVE THE CASSETTE GUIDE AND THE RELAY BOARD

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5.13. REMOVE THE DIGITAL BOARD

5.14. REMOVE THE LASER UNIT AND THE SHUTTER

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5.15. REMOVE THE REAR CABINET PARTS

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5.16. REMOVE THE PRINTER COVER

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5.17. REMOVE THE GEAR CHASSIS AND GEAR SECTION

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5.18. REMOVE THE LOWER PRINTER COVER PARTS

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5.19. REMOVE THE MULTI ROLLER SECTION

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5.20. REMOVE THE SEPARATION RUBBER (MULTI ROLLER)

5.21. REMOVE THE MULTI ROLLER SECTION PARTS

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5.22. REMOVE THE OPERATION PANEL

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5.23. REMOVE THE SCANNER COVER

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5.24. REMOVE THE SCANNER SECTION PARTS

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5.25. REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT AND LOWER GLASS

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5.26. REMOVE THE FUSER UNIT PARTS

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5.27. NOTE FOR ASSEMBLING


5.27.1. LOWER CABINET SECTION
When assembling, place the Main Unit as shown below to avoid any damage on the unit.

5.27.2. FUSER UNIT


After servicing a Fuser Unit , clean the 10 Ribs so as not to rub off the ink on the paper.

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5.27.3. OPERATION BOARD


When removing the Operation Board, you need to release the Lead from the Boss in advanced.

5.27.4. FB SECTION

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5.28. INSTALLATION POSITION OF THE LEAD


5.28.1. ADF SECTION (1)

5.28.2. ADF SECTION (2)

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6 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
6.1. USER RECOVERABLE ERRORS
If the unit detects a problem, one or more of the following messages will appear on the display. The explanations given in the [ ] are for servicemen only. Note: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.
DISPLAY MESSAGE Polygon motor error. Refer to CALL SERVICE 1 (P.115). Laser beam error. Replace LSU unit. Refer to CALL SERVICE 2 (P.116). Fuser unit cannot heat up. Replace fuser unit. Refer to CALL SERVICE 3 (P.117). Fan motor error. Replace fan motor. Refer to CALL SERVICE 4 (P.118). Print motor error. (only for DC motor) Refer to CALL SERVICE 5 (P.120). Charge unit error (An error occurred in the Charge unit including High voltage unit. (Also the Charger went wrong.)) Refer to CALL SERVICE 6 (P.121). There is something wrong with the Home sensor. Contact our service personnel. There is something wrong with the drum unit. Replace the drum unit and the toner cartridge. The document was not fed into the unit properly. Re-insert the document. If misfeeding occurs frequently, clean the document feeder rollers and try again. The drum unit is not inserted properly. Re-insert it correctly. - #1: Paper input tray - #3: Optional input tray The input tray is not inserted correctly. Pull the input tray out, then re-insert it. The memory (telephone numbers, parameters, etc.) has been erased. Re-program. - #1: Paper input tray - #2: Multi-purpose input tray - #3: Optional input tray Recording paper was not fed into the unit properly. Re-insert the recording paper. The cover at the left side of the optional input tray is open. Close it. The ADF cover is open. Close it. There is no space to store new items in navigator directory. Erase unnecessary items. The drum life is near to an end. Replace the drum unit as soon as possible. The unit has a document in memory. See the other displayed message instructions to print out the document. For fax memory capacity. If you select the computer that will be used for receiving a fax in feature #443, and feature #442 is set to ALWAYS, check the connection between the computer and the unit. Copying has stopped due to a lack of recording paper or paper being fully stacked on the output tray. See the other displayed message instructions to continue copying. The inside of the unit is extremely cold and cannot be operated. Use the unit in a warmer area. While the unit cannot be operated, the received documents are temporarily stored into the memory, and will be printed out automatically when the unit warms up. CAUSE AND REMEDY

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DISPLAY MESSAGE

CAUSE AND REMEDY Your unit requires a scheduled maintenance. Maintenance is highly recommended for optimal performance of your unit. Please contact our service personnel.

When performing memory transmission, the document being stored exceeded the memory capacity of the unit. Send the entire document manually. When making a copy, the document being stored exceeded the memory capacity of the unit. Press [STOP] to clear the message. Divide the document into sections. There is something wrong with the units modem. Contact our service personnel service personnel. The other partys fax machine is busy or has run out of recording paper. Try again. - #1: Paper input tray - #2: Multi-purpose input tray - #3: Optional input tray - #1+#3: Paper input tray and optional input tray Recording paper is not installed or the input tray has run out of paper. Install paper. Recording paper is not fed into the unit properly. Reinstall paper. - #1: Upper output tray - #2: Middle output tray - #3: Lower output tray Paper has been fully stacked on the output tray. Remove the stacked paper. A recording paper jam occurred inside of the optional input tray. Clear the jammed paper.

A recording paper jam occurred inside of the optional input tray. Clear the jammed paper.

The cable or the computer power cord is not connected correctly. Check the connections. The software is not running on the computer. Restart the software and try again. The unit is warming up. Wait for a while. The other partys fax machine does not offer the polling function. Check with the other party. The other partys fax machine is busy or has run out of recording paper. Try again. The document is jammed. Remove the jammed document. Attempted to send a document longer than 600 mmservice personnel.. Press [STOP] to remove the document. Divide the document into two or more sheets and try again. The drum life is complete. Replace the drum unit immediately. The memory is full of received documents due to a lack of recording paper or a recording paper jam. Install paper or clear the jammed paper. If you select the computer that will be used for receiving a fax in feature #443, and feature #442 is set to ALWAYS , check the connection between the computer and the unit. The toner life is complete. Replace the toner cartridge immediately. The toner life is near to an end. Replace the toner cartridge as soon as possible. The top cover is open. Close it.

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DISPLAY MESSAGE

CAUSE AND REMEDY A transmission error occurred. Try again. The inside of the unit is cold. Let the unit warm up. Wait for a while. The unit is warming up before operation starts. Wait for a while. The fax message was printed on paper which is shorter than A4 size paper. Use the appropriate size paper.

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6.2.

PROGRAMMING AND LISTS

The programming functions are used to program the various features and functions of the machine, and to test the machine. This facilitates communication between the user and the service man while programming the unit.

6.2.1.

OPERATION

There are 2 basic categories of programming functions, the User Mode and the Service Mode. The Service Mode is further broken down into the normal and special programs. The normal programs are those listed in the Operating Instructions and are available to the user. The special programs are only those listed here and not displayed to the user. In both the User and Service Modes, there are Set Functions and Test Functions. The Set Functions are used to program various features and functions, and the Test Functions are used to test the various functions. The Set Functions are accessed by entering their code, changing the appropriate value, then pressing the SET key. The Test Functions are accessed by entering their code and pressing the key listed on the menu. While programming, to cancel any entry, press the STOP key.

6.2.2.
Note:

OPERATION FLOW

Refer to OTHER (P.4) for display message.

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6.2.3.
Code 402

SERVICE FUNCTION TABLE


Function Mode setting of the network Set Value 1: Auto 2: Full duplex10Mbps 3: Full duplex100Mbps 4: Half duplex10Mbps 5: Half duplex100Mbps X 100 msec X 10 ms 1:10 pps 2:20 pps 0: Disable 1: 33.6 2: 31.2 3: 28.8 4: 26.4 5: 24.0 6: 21.6 7: 19.2 8: 16.8 0: Disable 1: 33.6 2: 31.2 3: 28.8 4: 26.4 5: 24.0 6: 21.6 7: 19.2 8: 16.8 X 100msec 1:2100 Hz 2:1100 Hz 1:ON 2:OFF 1:ON 2:OFF 1: 2: 3: 4: 1: 2: 3: 4: 0 km 1.8 km 3.6 km 7.2 km 0 km 1.8 km 3.6 km 7.2 km Effective Range 1~5 Default 1 Remarks The unit has been set to Automatic mode. Nowadays most of routers and hubs are provided with a function that connects the unit with networks automatically. However, this setting is available for such as an old-type hub that supports only 10BASE-T. Accord the setting to the connected hub and router.

501 502 503 507

Pause time set Flash time Dial speed select V34 transmission start speed

001~600 01~99 1, 2 0~8

030 90 1 1

----------------------------

508

V34 reception start speed

0~8

514 520 521 522 523

Bell signal detect time CED frequency select International mode select Auto standby select Receive equalizer select

1~9 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2 1~4

6 1 1 1 1

---------See Symptom/Countermeasure Table for long distance and international calls in (P.151). See Symptom/Countermeasure Table for long distance and international calls in (P.151). The resolution reverts to the default when transmission is complete. Set RX equalizer to automatic mode.

524

Transmission equalizer select

1~4

529 550 551 552 553

Call Service Clear Memory clear ROM check DTMF single tone test Monitor on FAX communication select

1:ON 2:OFF 1:OFF 2:PHASE B 3:ALL

1, 2 1~3

2 1

Refer to Memory Clear Specification (P.90). See (P.91). See (P.91). Sets whether to monitor the line signal with the units speaker during FAX communication or not. See See See See See See (P.91). (P.91). (P.91). (P.91). (P.91). (P.91). ----------

554 555 556 557 558 561 563

564 570 571 572 573

Modem test Scan check Motor test & High Voltage Power Supply Board CHECK LED test LCD test KEY test CCD position adjustment setting (-3.75~+3.75 01~31 mm) 0.25 mm unit CCD auto adjustment BREAK % select 1:61% 2:67% 1, 2 ITS auto redial time set X number of 00~99 times ITS auto redial line disconnection X second 001~999 time set Remote turn-on ring number set X number of 00~99 rings

16

1 3 065 10

See (P.176). Sets the % break of pulse dialing according PBX. Selects the number of times that ITS is redialed (not including the first dial). Sets the interval of ITS redialing. Sets the number of rings before the unit starts to operate TAM in the TEL mode.

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Code 574

Function DIAL TONE detection ON/OFF selection FAX auto redial time set FAX auto redial time disconnection time set CNG transmit select

Set Value 1:ON / 2:OFF

Effective Range 1, 2

Default 2

Remarks Sets whether to dial the Automatic dial number before detecting dial tone or after detecting dialtone. Selects the number of redial times during FAX communication (not including the first dial). Sets the FAX redial interval during FAX communication. Lets you select the CNG output during FAX transmission. ALL: CNG is output at phase A. AUTO: CNG id output only when automatic dialing is performed. OFF: CNG id not output at phase A. Refer to (P.144). See Symptom/Countermeasure Table for long distance and international calls in (P.151). Refer to (P.145) and (P.151). See Symptom/Countermeasure Table for long distance and international calls in (P.151). Refer to (P.144) and (P.151). If the number of errors during transmission exceeds this value, the sending side terminates the call. Selects the FAX transmission level. Refer to (P.144) and (P.145). Used when there is an error problem. Refer to (P.151). ---------See (P.91). See the parts number of the tool. (P.331). The tool includes the operating manual for writing program. See (P.114). When #670 is entered, the setting value is not displayed. Press Set key, and the unit rings a beep sound and the number of maintenance kit exchange record is increased. Refer to Memory Clear Specification (P.90). Adjusts the speed to start training during FAX transmission. Refer to (P.144) and

590 591 592

X number of times X second 1:OFF 2:ALL 3:AUTO

00~99 001~999 1~3

03 065 2

593

Time between CED and 300bps

594

Overseas DIS detection select

595

Receive error limit value set

596 598 599 639 651

Transmit level set Receiving sensitivity

1:75 msec 2:500 msec 3:1 sec 1:detects at the 1st time 2:detects at the 2st time 1: 5% 2: 10% 3: 15% 4: 20% X dBm 43= -43 dBm

1~3

1, 2

1~4

- 15~00 20~48 1, 2

10 43 1

ECM frame size 1:256 2:64 LSU test Write system program into the Flash Rom with a tool.

655 670

Cause Distinction Code of Call Service 3 Update the number of maintenance 1:Change maintenance kit Memory clear except History data Transmit speed selection

0, 1

710 717

718

Receive speed selection

721 722 763

Pause tone detect Redial tone detect CNG detect time for friendly reception T4 timer

774

1:14400BPS 2:12000BPS 3:9600BPS 4:7200BPS 5:4800BPS 6:2400BPS 1:14400BPS 2:12000BPS 3:9600BPS 4:7200BPS 5:4800BPS 6:2400BPS 1:ON 2:OFF 1:ON 2:OFF 1:10 sec 2:20 sec 3:30 sec X 100 sec

1~6

1~6

Adjusts the speed to start training during FAX reception. Refer to (P.145) and

1, 2 1, 2 1~3

2 2 3

Selects the tone detection for pause in dialing. Sets the tone detection mode after redialing. Selects the CNG detection tone of friendly reception. Use this function when delay occurs in the line and communication. (ex. Mobile comm) does not work well. See (P.91). See (P.91). ------------------------------------See (P.105). See (P.149). See (P.149). -------------------------------------

00~99

00

815 852 853 854 874 875 880 881 882 933 940 941 942

Sensor & Vox check Print test pattern Top margin Left margin DTMF ON time X msec DTMF OFF time X msec History list Journal 2 list Journal 3 list Detect busy tone in off-hook using 1:ON 2:OFF AOH key Ack signal of AOH output level Waiting time until sending ack signal of AOH after OFF-HOOK Ack signal of AOH out time

1~5 1~7 060~200 060~200

5 3 90 90

1, 2 0~20 16~255 1~255

1 3 20 140

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Code 943 944 945 946 947 948

Function RCID waiting time after 500Hz out Repeat times after timeout Display for category number Fake RBT Fake BELL/RBT TIMEOUT time Repeat interval

Set Value

1:ON 2:OFF 1:ON 2:OFF

Effective Default Range 1~255 50 1~5 3 1, 2 2 1, 2 2 1~60 30 1~25510ms 2010ms

Remarks -------------------------------------------------------

6.2.4.

Memory Clear Specification

*1 Execute Service Mode #550 when you want to reset the all setting data keeping the user information. *2 Execute Service Mode #710 to clear the user information in case that Main Unit is recycled. Note: Please restart a power supply after clearing a memory.

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6.3.

TEST FUNCTIONS

The codes listed below can be used to perform simple checks of some of the units functions. When complaints are received from customers, they provide an effective tool for identifying the locations and causes of malfunctions.
Test Mode Type of Mode Code Function Operation after code input 5 5 0 Clear the memory where the users can store data. SET 5 5 6 0:printer motor feed 4:auto document feed SET 6:carriage Refer to HIGH VOLTAGE VALUE CHECK POINT (P.177). 5 5 4 Telephone line circuit is connected automatically, output the following signals on the circuit line. SET 1) OFF 2) V21 ter 300bps 3) V27 ter 2400bps 4) V27 ter 4800bps 5) V29 7200 6)V29 9600bps 7) V17 7200bps 8) V17 9600bps 9) V17 12000bps 10) V17 14400bps 11) V34 2400bps 12) V34 4800bps 13)V34 7200bps 14)V24 9600bps 15) V34 12000bps 16) V34 14400bps 17)V34 16800bps 18)V34 19200bps 19) V34 21600bps 20) V34 24000bps 21)V34 26400bps 22)V34 28800bps 23) V34 31200bps 24) V34 33600bps 25)1100Hz 22)2100Hz 5 5 1 Indicates the version and checks the sum of the ROM. SET 5 5 8 Checks the LCD indication. Illuminates all the dots to check if they are normal. SET 5 5 2 1....ON 2....OFF 5 5 7 SET 5 6 1 SET (any key) 5 5 5 6 3 9 6 7 7 SET Outputs the DTMF as single tones. Used to check the frequencies of the individual DTMF tones. Refer to DTMF SINGLE TONE TRANSMIT SELECTION (P.93). All LEDs above the operation panel board flash on and off, or are illuminated. Checks the button operation. Indicates the button code on the LCD while the button is pressed. Refer to BUTTON CODE TABLE (P.93). LED lights up, Scanner scanning. 1:monochome /2:color Laser radiates, Polygon rotates 1:TEST OFF 2:High-speed rotation (FAN 1) 3:Low-speed rotation (FAN 1) 4:High-speed rotation (FAN 2) 5:Low-speed rotation (FAN 2) Refer to Memory Clear Specification (P.90).

MEMORY CLEAR MOTOR TEST & High Voltage Power Supply Board CHECK MODEM TEST

Service Mode Service Mode

Service Mode

ROM CHECK LCD CHECK DTMF SINGLE TEST

Service Mode Service Mode Service Mode

LED CHECK KEY CHECK

Service Mode Service Mode

SCANNER TEST LSU TEST FAN TEST

Service Mode Service Mode Service Mode

MEMORY CLEAR (except History data)

Service Mode

7 1 0 SET

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Test Mode

Type of Mode

SENSOR CHECK

Service Mode

Code Function Operation after code input 8 1 5 First of all, press the copy button, and confirm the action of ON/OFF. For each sensors operation, refer to SENSORS AND SWITCHES SECTION (P.237). LCD DISPLAY:

D: Document
D: Document set -: No document

C: Paper tray
C: Cover open -: Cover close

S: Read position
S: Docu detect -: No document

U: Pickup
U: Paper detect -: No paper

C: Top cover
C: Cover open -: Cover close

T: Print timing
T: Paper detect -: No paper

P: Paper
P: Paper set -: No paper

F: FB cover
F: Cover open -: Cover close

R: Registration
R: Paper detect -: No paper

A: ADF cover
A: Cover open -: Cover close

E: Sorter enter
E: Paper detect -: No paper

H: Home
H: CCD at Home position -: CCD not at Home position

D: Drum
D: DRUM set -: No DRUM

*: None M: Manual paper


M: Paper set -: No paper

T: Toner
T: Toner detect -: No toner

*: None 1: Sorter bin1


1: Paper detect -: No paper

*: None 3F: Fuser thermistor *: None DF: Fuser thermistor *: None V: VOX

3F: 00 (high temp.) - FF (low temp.) 2: Sorter bin2 2: Paper detect -: No paper DF: 00 (high temp.) - FF (low temp.) 3: Sorter bin3 3: Paper detect -: No paper V: VOX detect -: No VOX

*: None C: Option cassette paper tray or cover


C: Cover open -: Cover close

P: Option cassette paper


P: Paper set -: No paper

U: Option casette pickup


U: Paper detect PRINT TEST PATTERN Service Mode 8 5 2 SET -: No paper 1. Press 852 then the SET key in the service mode. 2. As PATNO = is displayed on the LCD, enter the test pattern No. and press the SET key. 3. When No. = is displayed on the LCD, enter the printing number and press the SET key. (Press 00 for the infinite printing.) 4. MODE is displayed on the LCD. Press 0 to start printing or press 1 to go to the next screen. 5. When 1 is pressed at MODE, INTVL = is displayed on the LCD. Enter the printing interval (00~99 sec). 6. The printing repeats the designated number of times at the programmed printing intervals.

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Note: The numbers in the boxes (XXX) indicate the keys to be input for the various test modes.

6.3.1.

DTMF SINGLE TONE TRANSMIT SELECTION

Note: After performing this check, do not forget to turn the setting off. otherwise, dialing in DTMF signal will not work.

6.3.2.

BUTTON CODE TABLE

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6.3.3.
1. NO.01

PRINT TEST PATTERN


3. NO.03

2. NO.06 These print test patterns are just image printing, and different from actual ones. When it is required to judge the print quality, compare with the printing of a nondefective machine.

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6.4.
6.4.1.

PROBLEMS WITH PC SOFTWARE


Multi-Function Station
Cause & Remedy Put the cursor on the line between the buttons. The cursor changes shape and you can expand the area by dragging or double-clicking.

Problem I cannot recognize the last part of an item in the list of the [One Touch], [Directory], [Journal] or [Caller ID] when using Remote Control. I cannot scan.

When scanning at a high resolution, a large amount of available memory is required. If your computer warns of insufficient memory, close other applications and try again. The unit is in use. Try again later. There is not enough space on the hard disk. Delete unnecessary files and try again. Restart the computer, and try again. Check the connection between the computer and the unit. You attempted to scan a document longer than the paper size which you set. Change the setting or divide the document into the appropriate paper size, and try again. If you have any other multifunction softwares installed on your computer, uninstall them. If you use the Fast User Switching feature in Windows XP, make sure no other users are logged in to your computer. Remove the document in the auto document and re-insert it. Please wait. It may take a while for the cancel request to be accepted. The unit will be displayed after the printer driver has been installed.

The document does not feed into the unit. Even after clicking [Cancel], scanning continues. I cannot find the unit as the target device from the list when using PC FAX and Remote Control. A printing error occurred while using PC FAX and Remote Control. Multi-Function Station does not work properly.

The printer driver is used for PC FAX and Remote Control. The transmission error will be displayed as the printing error. If you connect the USB cable to USB hub, connect it to the USB port of your computer directly. Make sure you have installed the latest Service Pack available for the version of Windows installed on your computer. See the Microsoft web site for details. Confirm the BIOS setting of your computer, and select USB port mode. Please refer to your computer operating instructions or consult the manufacturer. If you have any other multifunction software installed on your computer, uninstall them. If you use the Fast User Switching feature in Windows XP, make sure no other users are logged in to your computer. Check that your computer has enough memory and hard disk space. If your computer warns of insufficient memory, close other applications. If there is not enough space on the hard disk, delete unnecessary files. The transmission error may be occurred in the unit. Check the confirmation report in the journal from Remote Control. Select [Color] or remove the check next to [Grayscale] in the print dialog so that colored text will be printed ingrayscale.

The fax sending from the computer has been completed, but the other party cannot receive the document. Colored text is printed in black instead of grayscale when printing from Microsoft Power Point or other applications. I cannot install or uninstall MultiFunction Station.

Some of the files needed to install or uninstall Multi-Function Station may be corrupted. Use the MfsCleaner utility (found on the included CD-ROM) to solve the problem. 1. Insert the included CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. The setup program will start automatically. 2. Click [Cancel ], then click [Yes ] to quit the setup. 3. Open the folder D:\Tools\Uninstall (Where D: is the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive). 4. Double-click the [MfsCleaner ] icon. The [MfsCleaner for KX-FLB800/FLM650 Series] window will appear. 5. Click [Clean ], then click [Yes ] to restart the computer.

Note:
To install Multi-Function Station again.

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6.4.2.

LAN (option)
Cause & Remedy Confirm the LED via the LAN port of the LAN board. If the LEDs glowing green or blinking yellow, the network access is working correctly. -- Green LED on: The LAN board is linked to the network equipment on the LAN. -- Yellow LED blinking: The LAN board is communicating with the network equipment on the LAN. If the LED is not glowing or blinking, follow the solutions below to solve the problem. The IP address of the fax unit may have changed. To detect the IP address, proceed as follows. 1. Click [Start], then select [All Programs] or [Programs] [Panasonic] [KXFLB800_FLM650 Series] [IPAddress Checker]. The IP address for the fax unit will be detected.

Problem I cannot operate the following functions. - PC printing - PC scan - Remote Control - PC FAX - Device Monitor

Note
If the IP address cannot be detected, enter it manually (feature #501). The IP address of the computer and the fax unit must be in the same local IP address class as shown below. Set the IP address in the range of the number specified in the class corresponding to your local network scale

I cannot enter the following feature code on the fax unit - #443 / #490 / #491 / #492 / #500 / #501 / #502 / #503 / #507 I cannot find the fax unit in the[Target Device] or [Device Select] dialog box when operating the following functions. - PC scan - Remote Control - PC FAX - Device Monitor The name of the desired computer will not be displayed on the fax unit when scanning documents from the fax unit.

Your firewall software is blocking the connection. Disable the firewall software or change the firewall setting to work Multi-Function Station properly. Make sure the LAN board has been attached correctly.

The printer driver has not been installed. Install it on your computer.

The printer driver has not been installed. Install it on your computer. The PC name list up feature has been set to [Off ]. Set to [On] in the [Network Scan Setup]. The maximum number of computers on the LAN is connected to the fax unit (up to 32 computers). Set the PC name list up feature to [Off] on the other computers. The IP address of the fax unit may have changed. To detect the IP address, proceed as follows. 1. Click [Start], then select [All Programs] or [Programs ] [Panasonic] [KXFLB800_FLM650 Series ] [IP Address Checker ].

The IP address for the fax unit will be detected. I cannot change the features in Remote You need to assign a computer as ADMIN PC beforehand (feature #443). Control. Make sure the following features are set beforehand. I cannot receive a fax document on the computer. -- PC fax reception (feature #442) -- Computer setting for the PC fax reception (feature #443)

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Problem The fax unit does not appear in the [Select a Network Device] dialog box when installing Multi-Function Station. The [Windows Security Alert] dialog box appears and asks if you want to block [PCCMFLPD] and I cannot operate the following functions after installing the Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2. - PC printing - PC scan - Remote Control - PC FAX - Device Monitor

Cause & Remedy Your firewall software is blocking the connection and the setup program may not list any fax units. Consult your network administrator and temporarily disable the firewall software. Click [Keep Blocking ] and run the Windows Firewall Setting Tool to allow the data transmission for Multi-Function Station.

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6.5.

REMOTE PROGRAMMING

If, after the call is connected, the customer describes the situation and it is determined that the problem can be corrected by making parameter changes, this function makes it possible to change parameters such as the user code and service code from another fax (using DTMF tones). Therefore, travel to the customers location is not required. However, it is not possible to change all the parameters remotely (PROGRAM MODE TABLE(P.100)). The function used to accomplish this is remote programming. First, in order to check the current status of the service code parameter, print out the setup list (code: 991) and the service list (code: 999) from the customers fax machine. Based on this, the parameters for the desired codes can be changed. The procedure for changing and listing parameters is described on ENTERING THE REMOTE PROGRAMMING MODE AND CHANGING SERVICE CODES(P.99). Also, before exiting the remote programming mode, it is advisable to obtain a new list to confirm that the changes were made correctly. Hint: Since the connected telephone is in use during the remote programming mode, it may be helpful to ask the customer to switch to the speakerphone. This frees the customer from the need to remain right next to the fax while you are making parameter settings. When finished, inform the customer. Also note that in very noisy locations where the DTMF tones are not audible, the remote programming function will not work.

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6.5.1.

ENTERING THE REMOTE PROGRAMMING MODE AND CHANGING SERVICE CODES

CROSS REFERENCE: PROGRAM MODE TABLE (P.100)

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6.5.2. 6.5.2.1.
Code 101 102 103 110 120 121

PROGRAM MODE TABLE USER FUNCTION


Function SET DATE & TIME YOUR LOGO YOUR FAX NUMBER LANGUAGE DIALING MODE SET FLASH TIME Set Value mm/dd/yy hh:mm ----------------1:ENGLISH / 2:RUSSIAN / 3:UKRAINIAN 1:Pulse / 2:Tone 1:900 / 2:700 / 3:600 / 4:400 / 5:300 /6:250 /7:200 / 8:160 / 9:110 / 10:100 / 11:90 / 12: 80(ms) Normal / Darker 1:A / 2:B / 3:C 1 to 9 rings (for ext. tam) 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:RUSSIAN / 2:WESTERN 4 to 7 ON/ID=11 / OFF 1:LETTER / 2:A4 1:LETTER / 2:A4 / 3:LEGAL 1:LETTER / 2:A4 / 3:LEGAL 1:5min / 2:15min / 3:30min / 4:1h 1:OFF / 2:ON 1:COPY / 2:FAX 0:OFF / 1:30S / 2:1min / 3:2min / 4:5min 1:ON / 2:OFF Default Jan/01/2006 None None RUSSIAN Tone 900ms Remote Setting NG NG NG OK OK NG

Basic features

145 161 210 216 218 219 322 380 381 382*1 403 462 463 464 482

LCD CONTRAST RINGER PATTERN FAX RING COUNT AUTO CALLER ID LIST CALLER ID CALLER ID DIGITS REMOTE TAM ACTIVATION PAPER SIZE #1 PAPER SIZE #2 PAPER SIZE #3 POWER SAVE CONTRAST SAVE DEFAULT MODE MODE TIMER TONER SAVE

Normal A 2 OFF RUSSIAN 7 OFF A4 A4 A4 15min OFF COPY 1min OFF

NG NG OK OK OK OK NG NG NG NG OK OK OK OK OK

*1: Paper size #3 is available only with an optional tray. Fax features
Code 212 401 402 404 411 412 413 416 430 431 432 434 435 436 437 438 440 440 441 442 459 Function TEL/FAX DELAYED RNG PRINT CONFIRMATION REPORT JOURNAL AUTO PRINT MANUAL ANSWER MODE OVERSEAS MODE DELAYED SEND ECM SELECTION CONNECTING TONE DISTINCTIVE RING FAX RING PATTERN AUTO REDUCTION Remote FAX activation code AUTO DISCONNECT SILENT FAX RECOGNITION RING MEMORY RECEPTION ALERT FRIENDLY RECEPTION FAX INPUT TRAY SETTING FAX INPUT TRAY SETTING (when the option input tray is install) FAX OUTPUT TRAY PCFAX SETTING SET FAX DEFAULT Set Value 1 to 9 2:Error / 1:ON / 0:OFF 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:TEL / 0:TEL/FAX 1:NEXT FAX / 2:ERROR / 0:OFF 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:ON / 2:OFF OFF B-D 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:ON / 2:OFF 3 to 9 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:ON / 2:OFF 1:#1 / 2:#2 1:#1 / 2:#2 / 3:#3 / 4:#1+#3 1:#1 / 2:#2 / 3:#3 0:OFF / 1:ALWAYS / 2:CONNECTED YES / NO Default 2 OFF ON TEL ERROR OFF ON ON --------ON ON CODE=*#9 ON CODE=*0 3 ON ON #1 #1+#3 #3 CONNECTED NO Remote Setting OK OK OK OK OK NG OK OK --------OK NG NG NG OK OK OK OK OK OK NG

Copy features
Code 460 460 461 465 466 Function Set Value COPY INPUT TRAY 1:#1 / 2:#2 COPY INPUT TRAY (when the option input 1:#1 / 2:#2 / 3:#3 / 4:#1+#3 tray is install) COPY RESOLUTION 1:TEXT/PHOTO / 2:TEXT / 3:PHOTO SORT COPY HOLD 1:ON / 2:OFF COPY OUTPUT TRAY 1:#1 / 2:#2 / 3:#3 Default #1 #1+#3 TEXT/PHOTO OFF #1 Remote Setting OK OK OK OK OK

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Scan features*2
Code 490 491 492 Function SCAN TYPE SCAN RESOLUTION SCAN SIZE Set Value 1:B/W TEXT / 2:B/W GRAPHIC / 3:B/W PHOTO / 4:COLOR 1:200dpi / 2:300dpi / 3:600dpi 1:LETTER / 2:A4 / 3:LEGAL Default B/W TEXT 300dpi A4 Remote Setting OK OK OK

LAN features*2
Code 443 500 501 502 503 507 Function ADMIN PC DHCP IP ADDRESS SUBNET MASK DEFAULT GATEWAY MACHINE NAME Set Value --------1:ENABLED / 0:DISABLED --------------------------------Default None ENABLED 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 FLB851 XXX Remote Setting NG NG NG NG NG NG

*2: Scan and LAN features are available only with the optional LAN board.

6.5.2.2.
Code 402

SERVICE FUNCTION
Function Mode setting of the network Set Value 1:Auto / 2:Full duplex-10Mbps / 3:Full duplex-100Mbps / 4:Half duplex10Mbps / 5:Half duplex-100Mbps Pause time set 001~600 x 100msec Flash time 01~99 x 10ms Dial speed 1:10pps / 2:20 pps V34 transmission start speed (0:Disable/1:33.6/2:31.2/3:28.8/4:26.4/ 5:24.0/6:21.6/7:19.2/8:16.8/) V34 reception start speed (0:Disable/1:33.6/2:31.2/3:28.8/4:26.4/ 5:24.0/6:21.6/7:19.2/8:16.8/) Bell signal detect time 1~9 x 100msec CED frequency select 1:2100Hz / 2:1100Hz International mode select 1:ON / 2:OFF Auto standby select 1:ON / 2:OFF Receive equalizer select 1:0kms / 2:1.8km / 3:3.6km / 4:7.2km Transmission equalizer select 1:0kms / 2:1.8km / 3:3.6km / 4:7.2km Memory clear for Call Service --------Memory clear --------ROM check --------DTMF signal tone test 1:ON / 2:OFF Monitor on FAX communication 1:OFF / 2:Phase B / 3:ALL Modem test --------Motor test & H.V.P.S check --------LED test --------LCD test --------Key test --------CCD position adjustment setting 1-31(-3.75mm~+3.75mm) 0.25mm unit CCD auto adjustment --------Break % select 1:61% / 2:67% ITS auto redial time set 00~99 ITS auto redial line disconnection time set 001~999sec Remote turn-on ring number 00~99 DIAL TONE detection ON/OFF selection 1:ON / 2:OFF FAX auto redial time set 00~99 FAX auto redial line disconnection time set 001~999sec CNG transmit select 1:OFF / 2:ALL / 3:AUTO Time between CED and 300bps 1:75ms / 2:500ms / 3:1sec Overseas DIS detection select 1:1st / 2:2nd Receive error limit value set 1:5% / 2:10% / 3:15% / 4:20% Transmit level set -15~00dBm Receiving Sensitivity 20~48 ECM Frame size 1:256 / 2:64 Paper jam cause distinction --------LSU test --------White system program into the Flash ROM --------Cause distinction code of call service 3 --------Update the number of maintenance 1:Change maintenance kit Default 1 Remote Setting OK

501 502 503 507 508 514 520 521 522 523 524 529 550 551 552 553 554 556 557 558 561 563 564 570 571 572 573 574 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 598 599 630 639 651 655 670

30 90 10pps 33600bps 33600bps 6 2100 ON ON 0 km 0 km ------------------------OFF OFF ----------------------------------------20 --------61% 3 65 10 OFF 03 065 ALL 75ms 1st 10% 10 43 256byte -----------------------------------------

OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK NG NG NG OK OK NG NG NG NG NG NG NG OK OK OK OK NG OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK NG NG NG NG NG

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Code 717 718 721 722 763 774 815 852 853 854 874 875 880 881 882 933 940 941 942 943 944 945 946 947 948

Function Transmit speed select

Set Value 1: 14400bps / 2:12000bps / 3:9600bps / 4:7200bps / 5:4800bps / 6:2400bps Receive speed select 1: 14400bps / 2:12000bps / 3:9600bps / 4:7200bps / 5:4800bps / 6:2400bps Pause tone detect 1:ON / 2:OFF Redial tone detect 1:ON / 2:OFF CNG detect time for friendly reception 1:10s / 2:20s / 3:30s T4 timer 00~99 100msec Sensor test --------Print test pattern --------Top margin 1~5 Left margin 1~7 DTMF ON time 060~200msec DTMF OFF time 060~200msec History list 1:Start Journal 2 --------Journal 3 --------Detect busy tone in off-hook using AOH key 1:ON / 2:OFF Ack signal of AOH output level 0~20 Waiting time until sending ack signal of 16~255 AOH after OFF-HOOK Ack signal of AOH out time 1~255 RCID waiting time after 500Hz out 1~255 Repeat times after timeout 1~5 Display for category number 1:ON / 2:OFF Fake RBT 1:ON / 2:OFF Fake BELL/RBT TIMEOUT time 1~60 Repeat interval 1~25510ms

Default 14400bps 14400bps OFF OFF 30s 0 ----------------5 3 90 90 ------------------------ON 3 20 140 50 3 OFF OFF 30 2010ms

Remote Setting OK OK OK OK OK OK NG NG OK OK OK OK NG NG NG OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK

OK means can set. NG means can not set. Note: Refer to SERVICE FUNCTION TABLE (P.88) for descriptions of the individual codes. Example: If you want to set value in the 401 PRINT SENDING REPORT, press the dial key number 1, 2 or 3 corresponding to the Set Value you want to select. (1:ERROR/2:ON/3:OFF)

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6.5.3.

USER MODE (The list below is an example of the SYSTEM SETUP LIST the unit prints out.)

Note: The above values are the default values.

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6.5.4.

SERVICE MODE SETTINGS (Example of a printed out list)

Note: The above values are the default values.

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6.5.5.

HISTORY (Example)

Note: See the following descriptions of this report. Item No. (1) ~ (49) are corresponding to the listed items in DESCRIPTIONS OF THE HISTORY REPORT(P.106).

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6.5.5.1.

DESCRIPTIONS OF THE HISTORY REPORT

(1) ROM VERSION FLASH ROM version (2) SUM FLASH ROM internal data calculation. (3) YOUR LOGO The user logo recorded in the unit. If it is not recorded, NONE will be displayed. (4) YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER The user telephone number recorded in the unit. If it is not recorded, NONE will be displayed. (5) Not used (6) FACTORY - CUSTOMER This shows how many days from factory production until the user turns ON the unit. (7) MONTH The shows the very first month, date, year and time set by the user after they purchased the unit. (8) DAY The shows the very first month, date, year and time set by the user after they purchased the unit. (9) YEAR The shows the very first month, date, year and time set by the user after they purchased the unit. (10) TIME The shows the very first month, date, year and time set by the user after they purchased the unit. (11) USAGE TIME The amount of time the unit has been powered ON. (12) FACTORY - NOW This shows how many days from factory production until the user prints out this history list. (13) TEL MODE The amount of time the TEL mode setting was used. (14) FAX MODE The amount of time the FAX mode setting was used. (15) Not used (16) Not used (17) FINAL RECEIVE MODE The last set receiving mode by the user. (18) TONE/PULSE SELECTION The most recently used setting used, either TONE or PULSE. (19) RECEIVE REDUCTION The compression rate when receiving. (20) SETTING NO. OF DIRECTORY The recorded directory stations (one touch dial). (21) NUMBER OF COPY The number of pages copied. (22) NUMBER OF RECEIVE The number of pages received. (23) NUMBER OF SENDING The number of pages sent. (24) NUMBER OF CALLER ID The number of times Caller ID was received. (25) Not used (26) NUMBER OF PC SCAN The number of times multifunction was used for the Scanner. (The number of pages scanned. If the unit does not have a PC

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interface, NONE will be printed.) (27) NUMBER OF PC-PRINT The number of times multifunction was used for the Printer. (The number of pages printed. If the unit does not have a PC interface, NONE will be printed.) (28) NUMBER OF RECEIVING TO PC The number of times received in the PC through the FAX serial interface (RS232C). (The number of pages received. If the unit does not have a PC interface, NONE will be printed.) (29) NUMBER OF SENDING FROM PC The number of times transmitted from the PC through the FAX serial interface (RS232C). (The number of pages transmitted. If the unit does not have a PC interface, NONE will be printed.) (30) Not used (31) NUMBER OF PRINTING HELP The number of help lists printed until now. (32) NUMBER OF DIVIDED PRINTING IN FAX RECEPTION The number of faxes received that were divided into more than one sheet since the unit was purchased. (33) Not used. (34), (35) Not used. (36) FAX MODE Means the unit received a fax message in the FAX mode. (37) MAN RCV Means the unit received a fax message by manual operation. (38) FRN RCV Means the unit received a fax message by friendly signal detect. (39) Not used (40) RMT DTMF Means the unit detected DTMF (Remote Fax activation code) entered remotely. (41) PAL DTMF Means the unit detected DTMF (Remote Fax activation code) entered by a parallel connected telephone. (42) TURN-ON Means the unit started to receive after 10 rings. (Remote Turn On: Service Code #573) (43) Not used (44) IDENT Means the unit detected Ring Detection. (45) Not used (46) Not used (47) Not used (48) Not Used (49) Not Used (50) Printing number of the drum unit (51) Paddle rotation number of the drum unit (52) CALL SERVICE 3 failure cause record (the latest) (53) CALL SERVICE 3 failure cause record (the last time) (54) CALL SERVICE 3 failure cause record (the second last time) (55) NUMBER OF DOCUMENT JAM (56) NUMBER OF PAPER JAM (57) NUMBER OF PICK UP ERROR OF RECORDING PAPER TRAY #1 (58) NUMBER OF PICK UP ERROR OF RECORDING PAPER TRAY #2 (59) NUMBER OF PICK UP ERROR OF RECORDING PAPER TRAY #3 (60) Total number of printing (The number of printed papers including copy, reception printing, report, etc.) (61) The printing number at the most recent maintenance kit replacement (The condition is the same as #60.) (62) The replacement number of the maintenance kit (The number is counted based on the service #670.)

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6.6.1.

TROUBLESHOOTING DETAILS
OUTLINE

Troubleshooting is for recovering quality and reliability by determining the broken component and replacing, adjusting or cleaning it as required. First, determine the problem then decide the troubleshooting method. If you have difficulty finding the broken part, determine which board is broken. (For example: the Digital PCB, Analog PCB, etc.) The claim tag from a customer or dealer may use different expressions for the same problem, as they are not a technician or engineer. Using your experience, test the problem area corresponding to the claim. Also, returns from a customer or dealer often have a claim tag. For these cases as well, you need to determine the problem. Test the unit using the simple check list on SIMPLE CHECK LIST(P.110). Difficult problems may be hard to determine, so repeated testing is necessary.

6.6.2.

STARTING TROUBLE SHOOTING

Determine the symptom and the troubleshooting method.

CROSS REFERENCE: USER RECOVERABLE ERRORS(P.84) SIMPLE CHECK LIST(P.110) DIGITAL BOARD SECTION(P.275) POWER SUPPLY BOARD SECTION(P.196)

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6.6.3.

INITIALIZATION

There are two types of initialization, one is the short initialization (about 3 seconds) and the other is the long initialization (about 10 seconds). The short initialization makes the unit enter the standby mode. The long initialization makes the unit enter the standby mode after cleaning or detecting the rest of toner. Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

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6.6.4.

SIMPLE CHECK LIST

Note: Check according to the service code referring to TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91)

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6.6.5. 6.6.5.1.

SIMPLIFIED TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE PRINTING


Failed Failed Failed Failed Failed Cause drum unit transfer unit the high-voltage terminal the high voltage power supply board fuser unit

No. Symptom 1 GHOST IMAGE (P.122)

Countermeasure Replace drum unit Check the transfer roller and spring Check the high-voltage terminal Go to HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179) Check the heat roller and the pressurized roller and the spring and the heat lamp and the thermistor Too thick or too thin recording paper Use the recording paper from 16lb to 24lb DARK OR WHITE Dirty the cover glass or the reflecting mirror Clean the cover glass and the reflecting mirror VERTICAL LINE (P.123) Dust on the path of the laser beam Clean the path of the laser beam Failed drum unit Replace drum unit Failed the heat roller or the pressurized roller Check the heat roller and the pressurized roller Failed LSU Go to LSU SECTION (P.173) DARK OR WHITE Failed drum unit Replace drum unit HORIZONTAL LINE Failed the gear Check the gear (P.124) Failed the engine motor Go to FB (Flat Bed) MOTOR (P.171) Failed the high-voltage terminal Check the high-voltage terminal Failed the high voltage power supply board Go to HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179) Scratch on the OPC drum Replace drum unit Static electricity on the documents (when Check the connection between the parts around CCD and earth copying) DIRTY OR HALF Failed drum unit Replace drum unit DARKNESS Dirty the pickup roller and the regist roller and Clean the pickup roller and the regist roller and the feed roller BACKGROUND (P.125) the feed roller and the eject roller and the heat and the eject roller and the heat roller and the pressure roller roller and the pressure roller Failed the high-voltage terminal Check the high-voltage terminal Failed the high voltage power supply board Go to HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179) Dirty the recording paper path Clean the recording paper path BLACK PRINT (P.126) Failed drum unit Replace drum unit Failed LSU Go to LSU SECTION (P.173) Failed the high-voltage terminal Check the high-voltage terminal Failed the high voltage power supply board Go to HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179) Failed the digital board Check the digital board Failed CCD (when copying) Go to CCD CONTROL SECTION (P.174) LIGHT PRINT (P.127) OR Short toner Supply toner BLACK PRINT (P.126) Failed drum unit Replace drum unit Life of drum unit is over Replace drum unit Dirty the cover glass or the reflecting mirror Clean the cover glass and the reflecting mirror Failed the high-voltage terminal Check the high-voltage terminal Failed the high voltage power supply board Go to HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179) Failed the digital board Check the digital board Failed CCD (when copying) Go to CCD CONTROL SECTION (P.174) BLACK OR WHITE POINT Failed the developer roller (33mm pitch) Replace drum unit (P.128) Failed the OPC drum (75mm pitch) Replace drum unit Failed the heat roller (79mm pitch) Check the heat roller Failed the high voltage power supply board Go to HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179) Too thick or too thin recording paper Use the recording paper from 16lb to 24lb

6.6.5.2.

RECORDING PAPER FEED


Countermeasure Clean or replace the pickup roller Clean or replace the separation rubber Clean the pressure roller and the heat roller Replace the spring of pressure roller Replace separator Clean the recording paper path Use the recording paper from 16lb to 24lb

No. Symptom 1 MULTIPLE FEED (P.128)

Cause Dirty or failed the pickup roller Dirty or failed the pickup rubber 2 THE RECORDING PAPER Dirty the pressure roller or the heat roller IS WAVED OR WRINKLED Failed the spring of pressure roller (P.129) Separator of heat roller a check Dust on the recording paper path Too thin recording paper

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No. Symptom 3 SKEW (P.130)

4 THE RECORDING PAPER DOES NOT FEED (P.131)

5 THE RECORDING PAPER JAM(P.132)PAPER JAMMED ON THE LCD

6 BACK SIDE OF THE RECORDING PAPER IS DIRTY(P.134)

Cause Dirty or failed the pickup roller Dirty or failed the pickup rubber Dirty or failed the paper feed roller Dust on the recording paper path Failed LSU Over the max capacity of the recording paper Too thick or too thin recording paper Dirty or failed the pickup roller Dirty or failed the pickup rubber Failed the gear Failed the solenoid Failed the engine motor Failed the pickup sensor lever Failed the pickup sensor Dirty or failed the pressure roller Dirty or failed the heat roller Separator of heat roller a check Dust on the recording paper path Failed the paper feed roller Failed the pickup sensor lever Failed the pickup sensor Failed the regist sensor lever Failed the regist sensor Failed the exit sensor lever Failed the exit sensor Failed the paper full sensor lever Failed the paper full sensor lever Too thick or too thin recording paper Not set the toner bottle Dirty the recording paper path Dirty the pressure roller Dirty the regist roller Failed the high-voltage terminal Failed the high voltage power supply board

Countermeasure Clean or replace the pickup roller Clean or replace the separation rubber Clean or replace the regist roller Clean the recording paper path Replace LSU Set up to MAX 150 sheets Use the recording paper from 16lb to 24lb Clean or replace the pickup roller Clean or replace the separation rubber Check the gear Check the solenoid Go to FB (Flat Bed) MOTOR (P.171) Check the pickup sensor lever Go to SENSOR SECTION (P.165) Clean or replace the pressure roller Clean or replace the heat roller Replace separator Clean the recording paper path Replace the registration roller Check the pickup sensor lever Go to SENSOR SECTION (P.165) Check the registration sensor (paper top sensor) lever Go to SENSOR SECTION (P.165) Check the sorter enter sensor lever Go to PAPER TRAY SENSOR (P.241) Check the sorter bin sensor Go to SENSOR SECTION (P.165) Use the recording paper from 16lb to 24lb Set toner bottle Clean the recording paper path Clean the pressure roller Clean the registration roller Check the high-voltage terminal Go to HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179)

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6.6.5.3.

COPY AND FAX


Cause Failed the document sensor lever Failed the document sensor Dirty or failed the separation roller Dirty or failed the separation rubber Failed the separation spring Dust or scratch on the document paper path Failed the gear Failed the ADF motor Failed the ADF cover open switch lever Dirty or failed the separation roller Dirty or failed the separation rubber Failed the separation spring Countermeasure Replace the document sensor lever Go to SENSOR SECTION (P.165) Clean or replace the separation roller Clean or replace the separation rubber Replace the separation spring Clean the document paper path Check the gear Go to ADF MOTOR (P.172) Replace the ADF cover open switch lever Clean or replace the separation roller Clean or replace the separation rubber Replace the separation spring

No. Symptom 1 NO DOCUMENT FEED (NO DOCUMENT FEED,DOCUMENT JAM and MULTIPLE DOCUMENT FEED.) (P.135) DOCUMENT JAM (NO DOCUMENT FEED,DOCUMENT JAM and MULTIPLE DOCUMENT FEED.) (P.135) MULTIPLE DOCUMENT FEED(NO DOCUMENT FEED,DOCUMENT JAM and MULTIPLE DOCUMENT FEED.) (P.135) 2 SKEW (ADF) (P.137)

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Dust or scratch on the document paper path Failed the document feed roller Failed the document guide THE SENT FAX DATA IS The cause of ADF SKEWED (P.138) The cause of scanner glass Problem with the other FAX machine THE RECEIVED FAX The cause of printing DATA IS SKEWED (P.138) Problem with the other FAX machine THE RECEIVED OR Dirty or failed the document feed roller (at ADF) COPIED DATA IS Dirty or failed the separation roller (at ADF) EXPANDED (P.139) Failed CCD movement (at SG) BLACK OR WHITE Dirty or failed the white plate and sheet (2 VERTICAL LINE IS places) COPIED (P.140) Dirty or failed the glass board The cause of printing Failed CCD AN ABNORMAL IMAGE IS Dirty or failed the white plate and sheet (2 COPIED (P.141) places) Dirty or failed the glass board Dirty or failed the document feed roller (at ADF) Dirty or failed the separation roller (at ADF) Failed CCD movement (at SG) Failed CCD The cause of printing

Clean the document paper path Replace the document feed roller Replace the document guide Go to SKEW (ADF)(P.137) ---Go to SKEW (ADF)(P.137) Clean or replace the document feed roller Clean or replace the separation roller Replace the belt or the gear or the shaft or the FB motor Clean or replace the white plate and sheet Clean or replace the glass board Go to DARK OR WHITE VERTICAL LINE (P.123) Go to CCD CONTROL SECTION (P.174) Clean or replace the white plate and sheet Clean or replace the glass board Clean or replace the document feed roller Clean or replace the separation roller Replace the belt or the gear or the shaft or the FB motor Go to CCD CONTROL SECTION (P.174) Go to DARK OR WHITE VERTICAL LINE (P.123)

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6.6.6.

CALL SERVICE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Call Service related error is most frequent. Call Service 1 ----- Polygon doesnt rotate......... Refer to LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) SECTION (P.235). First, listen to the sound. If rotation sound isnt heard, check 24V line, POLON signal and POLCLK signal. If even a little of sound is heard, check XREADY signal. Call Service 2 ----- Laser isnt output.......... Refer to LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) SECTION (P.235) This can be judged only by referring to signal. Check 5V line, XHSYNC, SPC, VIDEO, LDON. Call Service 3 ----- Detection of fixing temperature.......... Refer to HEAT LAMP CONTROL CIRCUIT (P.256) *Service mode *655 tells the detection number and 3 latest temperatures of the thermistor. The detection point of the Call Service 3 and the thermistor temperature is displayed. Maximum 3 latest temperatures are displayed showing the newest on the left. [AABB CCDD EEFF] AA, CC and EE show the detection points and BB, DD and FF show their temperature detection points. 00: CALL SERVICE 3 was not occurred. 01: means that the value of AD did not increased by 6 steps or more within 10 sec soon after the heater was turned ON. (thermistors open detection) 02: means that it did not reach the first stabilizing temperature (170C: 5Bh) within 50 seconds. 03: means that it did not reach the second stabilizing temperature (205C: 3Ch) within 70 seconds after reaching the first stabilizing temperature (170C: 5Bh). 04: means that it dropped to 165C: 61h (-40 deg) or below by the temperature control after reaching the second stabilizing temperature (205C: 3Ch). 05: means that it did not reach the first stabilizing temperature (170C: 5Bh) within 30 seconds from detection temperature 1 (70C: D8h). 06: means that it became 235C: 2Ah or over during printing. 07: means that during printing the short of the thermistor (AD: 00h) was detected. 08: means that the thermistors short (AD: 00h) and open (AD: FFh or over) were detected. <Note>
Once CALL SERVICE3 is displayed, the unit does not disappear until the Factory Setup or Service Function #529 is executed. Therefore Service Function #529 should be executed before the confirmation, and #529 should be done after the countermeasure.

Call Service 4 ----- Rotation of Fan.......... Refer to FAN MOTOR SECTION (P.231) Connector isnt inserted firmly, dust is caught in and the fan is broken. Rotation of the Fan can be confirmed by following Test Mode. Service mode *677 :1... Normal operation (default) :2... Rear Fan ON (High speed) :3... Rear Fan ON (Low speed) :4... Front Fan ON (High speed) :5... Front Fan ON (Low speed) Call service 5 ----- Rotation of Main DC motor.......... Refer to MOTOR DRIVE SECTION (P.220) DC motors rotation detection signal LD did not become Low within rated speed 6.25%. Service mode *556: the operation of Main Motor can be checked by pressing 0 and SET buttons. Call service 6 ----- Detection of Charger error.......... Refer to the HVPS (High Voltage Power Supply) SECTION (P.254) Breaking of chargers wire of developing machine and/or loose connection of High voltage terminals (CHRG, GRID). First, replace the Drum unit even so, it doesnt function check the high voltage power supply. * As for Call Service 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6, turn the power OFF then ON to restart.

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6.6.6.1.

CALL SERVICE 1

"CALL SERVICE 1" means that the polygon motor inside the LSU does not rotate. The rotation of the polygon motor is detected by IC604-48pin (XREADY).

CROSS REFERENCE: ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY)(P.5)

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6.6.6.2.

CALL SERVICE 2

"CALL SERVICE 2" means that the synchronous signal out of the LSU cannot be detected. The synchronous signal out of the LSU is detected by IC 604-59pin. (XHSYNC)

Note: As for the "Pulse" waveform of the above flow chart, see the timing chart. CROSS REFERENCE: ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY)(P.5)

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6.6.6.3.

CALL SERVICE 3

"CALL SERVICE 3" means that the temperature of the fuser does not rise up to or exceed a constant temperature. The temperature is monitored with the thermistor inside the fuser and detected with the voltage input into IC 604-21pin.

* When Call Service 3 is occurred, the cause can be distinguished by service mode Refer to P.114 for details. CROSS REFERENCE: ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY)(P.5)

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6.6.6.4.

CALL SERVICE 4

"CALL SERVICE 4" means that the FAN does not run or the running of the FAN cannot be detected normally. The running of the FAN is detected by IC600-16 and 18pin. "CALL SERVICE 4" is displayed when it detects NG three times continuously. After repairing, copy three times.If CALL SERVICE 4 is displayed,check again.

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CROSS REFERENCE: ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY)(P.5)

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6.6.6.5.

CALL SERVICE 5

CALL SERVICE 5 means that Main DC motors rotation detection signal (LD) does not become Low.

CROSS REFERENCE: ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY)(P.5)

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6.6.6.6.

CALL SERVICE 6

CALL SERVICE 6 indicates that abnormal charge voltage is output from the high voltage unit.

CROSS REFERENCE: ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY)(P.5)

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6.6.7. 6.6.7.1.

PRINT GHOST IMAGE

CROSS REFERENCE: HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION(P.179) POWER SUPPLY BOARD SECTION(P.196)

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6.6.7.2.

DARK OR WHITE VERTICAL LINE

Note: When wiping the cover glass, reflecting mirror, use a dry and soft cloth.

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6.6.7.3.

DARK OR WHITE HORIZONTAL LINE

CROSS REFERENCE: HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179)

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6.6.7.4.

DIRTY OR HALF DARKNESS BACKGROUND

CROSS REFERENCE: HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179)

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6.6.7.5.

BLACK PRINT

CROSS REFERENCE: HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179) LSU SECTION (P.173)

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6.6.7.6.

LIGHT PRINT

CROSS REFERENCE: HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179)

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6.6.7.7.

BLACK OR WHITE POINT

6.6.8. 6.6.8.1.

RECORDING PAPER FEED MULTIPLE FEED

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6.6.8.2.

THE RECORDING PAPER IS WAVED OR WRINKLED

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6.6.8.3.

SKEW

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6.6.8.4.

THE RECORDING PAPER DOES NOT FEED

CROSS REFERENCE: SENSOR SECTION (P.165) MOTOR SECTION (P.171)

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6.6.8.5.

THE RECORDING PAPER JAM

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CROSS REFERENCE: PAPER TRAY SENSOR (P.241) FAN MOTOR SECTION (P.231) SORTER BIN2 SENSOR (P.240) When the recording paper jam is occurred, the service mode *630 distinguishes the cause. 0:No Paper Jam 1:The paper was pulled into the unit. 2:The paper was longer than the maximum length of the register sensor. 3:The paper exit was not detected after the registration. 4:The paper was longer than the maximum length of the sorter enter sensor. 5:The registration sensor or sorter enter sensor was turned ON before the motor started to rotate. 6:The registration sensor chattered. 7:The sorter enter sensor chattered.

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6.6.8.6.

BACK SIDE OF THE RECORDING PAPER IS DIRTY

CROSS REFERENCE: HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION (P.179)

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6.6.9. 6.6.9.1.

ADF (Auto document feed) SECTION NO DOCUMENT FEED,DOCUMENT JAM and MULTIPLE DOCUMENT FEED.

CROSS REFERENCE: SENSOR SECTION (P.165)

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6.6.9.2.

SKEW (ADF)

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6.6.9.3.

THE SENT FAX DATA IS SKEWED

CROSS REFERENCE: SKEW (ADF) (P.137)

6.6.9.4.

THE RECEIVED FAX DATA IS SKEWED

CROSS REFERENCE: SKEW (P.130)

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6.6.9.5.

THE RECEIVED OR COPIED DATA IS EXPANDED

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6.6.9.6.

BLACK OR WHITE VERTICAL LINE IS COPIED

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6.6.9.7.

AN ABNORMAL IMAGE IS COPIED

CROSS REFERENCE: CCD CONTROL SECTION (P.174)

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6.6.10. COMMUNICATION SECTION


Find the problem in the table shown below, and refer to the corresponding troubleshooting procedure in DEFECTIVE FACSIMILE SECTION (P.143).
No. Symptom 1 The paper dose not feed properly when faxing. (Copying is also not possible.) Content Troubleshooting Possible cause Problem with the feeding mechanism. (Refer to TRANSMIT PROBLEM (P.143) Problem with the service line or with the receivers fax. (Refer to SOMETIME THERE IS A TRANSMIT PROBLEM (P.144) Problem with the service line or with the transmitters fax. (Refer to RECEIVE PROBLEM (P.145) Problem with the electric circuit. (Refer to THE UNIT CAN COPY, BUT CANNOT TRANSMIT/RECEIVE (P.146) Problem with the service line.

The fax transmits successfully one time and fails another. Troubleshooting (Copying is also possible.)

The fax receives successfully one time and fails another. Troubleshooting (Copying is also possible.)

The fax completely fails to transmit or receive. (Copying is also possible.)

Troubleshooting

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The fax fails either to transmit or receive when making a long distance or an international call. (Copying is also possible.) The fax image is poor when transmitting or receiving during a long distance or international call. No.1-No.5

Detailed description of the possible causes (Similar to troubleshooting items No.2 and No.3.) The troubleshooting procedure for each error code will be printed on the communication result report.

(Refer to HOW TO OUTPUT THE JOURNAL REPORT (P.151)

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6.6.10.1. DEFECTIVE FACSIMILE SECTION 6.6.10.1.1. TRANSMIT PROBLEM


Note: Refer to OTHER (P.4) for display message.

CROSS REFERENCE: CLEANING THE WHITE PLATE AND GLASSES (P.42) ADF (Auto document feed) SECTION (P.135) OPERATION PANEL SECTION (P.164)

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6.6.10.1.2. SOMETIME THERE IS A TRANSMIT PROBLEM


Note: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

Note: 596: Transmit level set represents a service code. Refer to the SERVICE FUNCTION TABLE (P.88). 717: Transmit speed select represents a service code. Refer to the SERVICE FUNCTION TABLE (P.88).

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6.6.10.1.3. RECEIVE PROBLEM


Confirm the following before starting troubleshooting. Is the recording paper installed properly? Refer to the next page.

Note: 596: Transmit level set represents a service code. Refer to the SERVICE FUNCTION TABLE (P.88). 718: Receive speed select represents a service code. Refer to the SERVICE FUNCTION TABLE (P.88).

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For the receiving problem, we have thought of causes other than in the software. Some causes may be when the fax changes to the memory receiving mode (for example, when out of paper). and the memory becomes full of the unprinted fax data. In this case, [MEMORY FULL] and its main cause (for example, OUT OF PAPER) are displayed on the LCD. Accordingly, by solving the main problem, [MEMORY FULL] can be canceled and the receiving problem can solved. Please refer to USER RECOVERABLE ERRORS (P.84) for the above items. Also, when it actually becomes a hardware deformity, please check each sensor.

6.6.10.1.4. THE UNIT CAN COPY, BUT CANNOT TRANSMIT/RECEIVE

CROSS REFERENCE: TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91)

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6.6.11. SPECIAL SERVICE JOURNAL REPORTS


Journal 2 and Journal 3 shown below, which are special journals giving the additional detailed information about the latest 35 communications, can be printed by Service Code 881 or 882. Remote printing function for the journal reports (JOURNAL, JOURNAL 2 and JOURNAL 3) is also available for service technicians. (Refer to PROGRAM MODE TABLE(P.100).) The JOURNAL report only gives you basic information about a communication, but the other two journal reports provide different information on the same item (communication).

HOW TO READ JOURNAL REPORTS: Example: 1. Look at NO. 01 in the JOURNAL. If you want to know about the details about that item, see NO. 01 in the JOURNAL 2 and the JOURNAL 3. You can get the following information. * MODE: Fax transmission * RCV. MODE: TEL * TX SPEED: 9.6 kbps * RESOLUTION: standard * ENCODE: MH * MAKER CODE: 79 2. Look at NO. 04 in the JOURNAL 2. CNG (0003) indicates that the CNG signal has been received three times since the purchase date. For further details, see JOURNAL 2 and JOURNAL 3. 147

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6.6.11.1. JOURNAL 2
Refer to JOURNAL 2 in PRINTOUT EXAMPLE(P.149). Journal 2 displays the additional detailed information about the last 35 communications. Descriptions: (1) RCV. MODE Indicates which receive mode the unit was in when the unit received a fax message. This information is also displayed when the unit transmitted a fax message. (2) SPEED Indicates the speed of the communication. If multiple pages are transmitted or received, it indicates the last pages communication speed. If there is a communication error, ? is displayed. (3) RESOLUTION Indicates the resolution of the communication. If multiple pages are transmitted or received, it indicates the last pages resolution. If there is a communication error, ? is displayed. (4) RCV-TRIG. (CNT.) Indicates the trigger that causes the unit to switch to the fax receive mode. The available options are listed in JOURNAL 2 in PRINTOUT EXAMPLE(P.149). The values in parentheses indicate how many times the trigger has been used. (For example, 0003 means three times.)
No. 1 2 3 4 5 Display FAX MODE MAN RCV RMT DTMF PAL DTMF TURN-ON Means the Means the Means the Means the telephone. Means the unit unit unit unit Function received a fax message in the FAX mode. received a fax message by manual operation. detected DTMF (Remote Fax activation code) entered remotely. detected DTMF (Remote Fax activation code) entered by a parallel connected

unit started to receive after 10 rings. (Remote Turn On: Service Code #573)

(5) ERRORMEMORY Indicates the reason why the unit received a fax message in memory. If you look at No.11 in the JOURNAL 2 in PRINTOUT EXAMPLE(P.149), it shows the fax message was received in memory due to PAPER OUT error. NO RESPONSE DISAPPEARED ON JOURNAL The NO RESPONSE DISAPPEARED ON JOURNAL displays the information about the last 10 communications terminated by No Response. (Some of the communications terminated by No Response were not displayed in the JOURNAL.) When a fax transmission cannot be performed because the other partys unit is set to the TEL mode, No response will be printed.

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6.6.11.2. JOURNAL 3
Refer to JOURNAL 3 in PRINTOUT EXAMPLE(P.149). Description (6) ENCODE Compression Code: MH/MR/MMR (7) MSLT MSLT means Minimum Scan Line Time. Used only at the factory. (8) EQM EQM means Eye Quality Monitor. Used only at the factory. 0E: KX model 00: Unknown 79: UF model 19: Xerox model (10) MAKER CODE This shows a 2 digit code of the other partys fax machine brand. (9) ERROR LINE (RX) When an error occurs while receiving a fax, this shows the number of error lines.

6.6.11.3. PRINTOUT EXAMPLE

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6.6.11.4. HOW TO OUTPUT THE JOURNAL REPORT


1. Press the MENU button 3 times. 2. Press #, then 3. 3. Press the SET button. 4. The report prints out.

CROSS REFERENCE: FEATURES(P.11) Error code table: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (REPORT) (P.4) for display message.
(1) CODE (2) RESULT (3) MODE SYMPTOM Countermeasure* PRESSED THE STOP KEY SND & RCV DOCUMENT JAMMED SND NO DOCUMENT SND THE COVER WAS OPENED SND COMMUNICATION ERROR SND COMMUNICATION ERROR SND COMMUNICATION ERROR SND COMMUNICATION ERROR SND COMMUNICATION ERROR SND COMMUNICATION ERROR SND COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV ERROR-NOT YOUR UNIT RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV ERROR-NOT YOUR UNIT SND COMMUNICATION ERROR SND COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV ERROR-NOT YOUR UNIT RCV COMMUNICATION ERROR RCV MEMORY FULL RCV CANCELED SND COMMUNICATION ERROR Communication was interrupted by the STOP button. The document paper is jammed. No document paper. The cover is open. Invalid signal is received during PHASE-B of PHASE-D. Transmission is finished when the T1 TIMER expires. DCN is received after DCS transmission. FTT is received after transmission of a 2400BSP training signal. No response after post message is transmitted three times. RTN and PIN are received. No response after FTT is transmitted. No post message. RTN is transmitted. PIN is transmitted (to PRI-Q). PIN is transmitted. Reception is finished when the T1 TIMER expires. DCN is received after DIS transmission. DCN is received after FTT transmission. DCN responds to the post message. DCN is received before DIS reception. Reception is not EOP, EOM PIP, PIN, RTP or RTN. No response at the other party after MCF or CFR is transmitted. DCN is received after CFR transmission. Carrier is cut when the image signal is received. The document was not received due to memory full. The multi-station transmission was rejected by the user.

28 40 41 42 43 44 46 48 49 50 51 52 54 58 59 65 65 68 70 72 75 79 FF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 8 9 11 13 14 2 2 13 13 16

SND & RCV Modem error. For the DCN, DCN, etc. abbreviations, refer to MODEM SECTION (P.277).

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Note*: If the problem remains, see the following Countermeasure flow chart.

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CROSS REFERENCE: TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91)

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CROSS REFERENCE: TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91)

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6.6.12. INITIALIZING ERROR


After the power is turned on, the ASIC (IC600) initializes and checks each IC. The ROM (IC602), SDRAM (IC601), G/A (IC604) and MODEM (IC607) are checked. If initialization fails for the ICs, the system will not boot up. In this case, please find the cause as follows.

CROSS REFERENCE: NG EXAMPLE (P.276) POWER SUPPLY BOARD SECTION (P.196)

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6.6.13. ANALOG BOARD SECTION


This chapter provides the testing procedures required for the analog parts. A signal route to be tested is determined depending upon purposes. For example, the handset TX route begins at the handset microphone and the signal is output to the telephone line. The signal mainly flowing on this route is analog. You can trace the signal with an oscilloscope. The signal flow on each route is shown in the Check Sheet here. If you find a specific problem in the unit, for example if you cannot communicate with the H/S, trace that signal route locally with the following Check Sheet and locate the faulty point.

6.6.13.1. CHECK SHEET

Note: { }: Inside the digital board

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6.6.13.2. DEFECTIVE ITS (Integrated Telephone System) SECTION


1. No handset and speakerphone transmission / reception Perform a signal test in the ITS or the NCU section and locate a defective point (where the signal disappears) on each route between the handset microphone and telephone line (sending), or between the telephone line and the handset speaker (receiving), or between the microphone and the telephone line (sending), or between the telephone line and the speaker (receiving). Check the components at that point. CHECK SHEET(P.161) is useful for this investigation. 2. No pulse dialing

3. No ring tone (or No bell)

4. No tone dialing

CROSS REFERENCE: CHECK SHEET (P.161) CROSS REFERENCE: CHECK SHEET (P.161) NCU SECTION (P.216)

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6.6.13.3. DETECTIVE TAM INTERFACE SECTION


1. The FAX turns on, but does not arrive through TAM.

CROSS REFERENCE: TAM INTERFACE SECTION (P.218) 2. A FAX is received, but wont switch from TAM to FAX.

CROSS REFERENCE: ANALOG BOARD SECTION (P.161) TAM INTERFACE SECTION (P.218)

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6.6.13.4. OPERATION PANEL SECTION


Refer to TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91). 1. NO KEY OPERATION

2. NO LCD INDICATION

CROSS REFERENCE: TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91)

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6.6.13.5. SENSOR SECTION


Refer to SENSORS AND SWITCHES for the circuit description. Perform an SENSOR CHECK to determine if the sensor is operating correctly. 1. Check the DRUM sensor .......... CHECK DRUM Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

2. Check the paper sensor .......... OUT OF PAPER INPUT TRAY #1 Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

3. Check the pickup sensor .......... FAILED PICKUP Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

4. Check the sorter enter sensor .......... PAPER JAMMED Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

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5. Check the sorter bin1 sensor .......... OUT TRAY #1 FULL Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

6. Check the sorter bin2 sensor .......... OUT TRAY #2 FULL Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

7. Check the sorter bin3 sensor .......... OUT TRAY #3 FULL Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

8. Check the paper tray sensor .......... CHECK INSTALL INPUT TRAY #1 Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

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9. Check the home sensor .......... CARRIAGE ERROR Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

10. Check the read position sensor .......... CHECK DOCUMENT Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

11. Check the registration sensor .......... PAPER JAMMED Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

12. Check the print timing sensor .......... PAPER JAMMED Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

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13. Check the document sensor Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

14. Check the manual paper sensor (sheet bypass sensor) .......... OUT OF PAPER INPUT TRAY #2 Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

15. Check the ADF cover sensor .......... CLOSE ADF COVER Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

16. Check the FB (Flat Bed) cover sensor

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17. Check the top cover sensor .......... TOP COVER OPEN Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

18. Check the toner sensor .......... TONER LOW, CHANGE DRUM Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

19. Check the option cassette cover sensor

20. Check the option cassette paper sensor

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21. Check the option cassette pickup sensor

22. Check the option cassette paper tray sensor

23. Check the option handset hook switch

CROSS REFERENCE: SENSORS AND SWITCHES SECTION (P.237)

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6.6.13.6. MOTOR SECTION 6.6.13.6.1. FB (Flat Bed) MOTOR

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6.6.13.6.2. ADF MOTOR

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6.6.13.7. LSU SECTION

CROSS REFERENCE: LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) SECTION (P.235)

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6.6.14. CCD CONTROL SECTION

CROSS REFERENCE: TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91)

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6.6.15. CCD ADJUSTMENT


If you replaced CCD, follow the procedure below to adjust it. 1. Put the sheet onto the top of the reading position as shown in Fig. 1,2 with the side 2. Keep the cover open to prevent the paper from moving when the cover is closed. 3. Enter menu#9000*564. 4. Press SET to start automatic adjustment. When the adjustment is completed, OK appears on the display, after a while P-SF will be displayed again. Also the adjusted value can not be erased even through menu#9000*550 and SET are entered. Chart number: PFHP1136ZA and are printed down.

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6.6.16. HIGH VOLTAGE VALUE CHECK POINT


Measurement Procedure 1. Turn Off the unit, and open the unit cover. 2. Remove the developing unit, if it is equipped. 3. Connect the wire to the terminal to be measured (Fig. 2). The wire should be put out of the unit not to interfere in other terminals (Fig. 3). See Fig 4 and 5 for fixing the wire to the terminal No.4. 4. Reinstall the developing unit and close the unit cover. 5. Connect the wire fixed to the terminal to be measured and high voltage probe. Connect the earth of the high voltage probe to the screw located under the USB connector on the rear of the unit. 6. Turn On the unit. It causes the unit to start the initial operation. Be careful, high voltage is output at that moment. (Avoid measuring then.) 7. The unit enters the service mode. Then push *556_0. (Do not push the SET button.) 8. Push the SET button. (High voltage will be added to the unit in the hereafter. Avoid touching the wire and the tip of high voltage probe where high voltage is supplied.) 9. When the measurement is finished, push the STOP button. (The high voltage output is stopped.) 10. Remove the wire fixed to the output terminal after measuring.

Each terminals output voltage


No. 1 2 3 4 BIAS Name CHG (Charge) GRID (Grid) DEV (Developing) TRA (Transfer) Rated Output 200A 475V 170~240V 800V Rated Output Range Output voltage about 4.1~4.6KV 475 10V 170~240V 800 100V

* FLUKE85 (MULTIMETER) + HIOKI (HV PROVE 9014) or the equivalent should be used as the high voltage measuring instrument. * As for measuring TRA, start measuring within 9 seconds after pressing the SET button. The output value will be changed in 9 seconds.

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6.6.17. HIGH VOLTAGE SECTION


1. Main

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3. TRA (+)

3. DEV DC

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4. DEV AC

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TRA (-)

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6.6.18. LAN SECTION

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1. Ethernet Controller (IC901) The IEEE 802.3 Physical Layer (PHY) and Media Access Control (MAC) function Memory Management Unit(MMU) allocates memory and transmit and receive packet queues. The system bus interface Serial EEPROM Interface Clock Generator Block 2. EEPROM (IC900) Store the MAC address. 3. RJ45 connector Module (CN900) RJ45 with transformer and LED 4. Digital connector (CN901) For connection to digital unit. (16bit data bus)

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FLB851 LAN Board Monitor waveform (Normal) Transmitter waveform [TD+(CN900_pin2), TD-(CN900_pin3) differential voltage]: Differential probe is used. 1. When network equipment is not connected (LAN cable is not connected) [Auto negotiation waveform];

* FLB851_LAN is compliant with Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX. When connected device is compliant with both10BaseT and 100BaseTX, Auto negotiation is operated in 100BaseTX mode. 2. When 100Base-TX-enabled device is connected;

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3. When 10Base-T-enabled device is connected;

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IC900 (C3EBCG000100)
Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name CS SK DI DO GND TEST NC VCC Description Chip Select Input Serial Clock Serial Data Input Serial Data Output Ground Test No Connection Supply Voltage Input/Output I I I O I Note

no use

IC901 (C1DB00001426)
Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Signal Name XTAL1 XTAL2 VDD nCSOUT IOS0 IOS1 IOS2 ENEEP EEDO EEDI EESK EECS AVDD RBIAS AGND TPO+ TPOAVDD TPI+ TPIAGND nLNK LBK nLEDA nLEDB GND MDI MDO MCLK nCNTRL INTR0 RESET nRD nWR VDD NC nCYCLE W/nR nADS ARDY GND nVLBUS AEN LCLK nSRDY VDD nLDEV nRDYRTN X25OUT NC NC NC NC Description Crystal 1 Crystal 2 Supply Voltage nChip Select Output I/O Base I/O Base I/O Base Enable EEPROM EEPROM Data Out EEPROM Data In EEPROM Clock EEPROM Chip Select Supply Voltage External registor Ground Twisted Pair Transmit Output Positive Twisted Pair Transmit Output Negative Supply Voltage Twisted Pair Receive Input Positive Twisted Pair Receive Input Negative Ground nLink Status Loopback PHY LED Output PHY LED Output Ground Management Data Input Management Data Output Management Clock General Purpose Control Pin Interrupt Reset nRead Strobe nWrite Strobe Supply Voltage No Connection nCycle Write/nRead nAddress Strobe Asynchronous Ready Ground nVL Bus Access Address Enable Local Bus Clock nSynchronous Ready Supply Voltage nLocal Device nReady Return 25MHz Output No Connection No Connection No Connection No Connection Input/Output I O I (with pull-up) I (with pull-up) I (with pull-up) I (with pull-up) O I (with pull-down) O O O (Differential) O (Differential) I (Differential) I (Differential) I (with pull-up) O O O I (with pull-down) O O O O I I I I I I O I (with pull-up) I I O O I O Note

no no no no no

use use use use use

no use no use

no no no no

use use use use

no use

no use no use no use

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Pin No. 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 88 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120

Signal Name GND NC NC NC NC GND NC NC NC NC VDD NC NC NC NC GND D15 D14 D13 D12 GND D11 D10 D9 D8 VDD A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 GND nBE0 nBE1 VDD VDD VDD D7 D6 D5 D4 GND D3 D2 D1 D0 GND TX25 VDD TXEN100 COL100 TXD3 TXD2 TXD1 TZD0 GND RX25

Description Ground No Connection No Connection No Connection No Connection Ground No Connection No Connection No Connection No Connection Supply Voltage No Connection No Connection No Connection No Connection Ground Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Ground Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Supply Voltage Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Address Bus Ground nByte Enable nByte Enable Supply Voltage Supply Voltage Supply Voltage Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Ground Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Data Bus Ground Transmit Clock Supply Voltage Transmit Enable 100Mbps Collision Detect 100Mbps Transmit Data Transmit Data Transmit Data Transmit Data Ground Receive Clock

Input/Output I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I (with pull-up) O I (with pull-down) O O O O I(with pull-up)

Note

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Pin No. 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128

Signal Name CRS100 VDD RXD3 RXD2 RXD1 RXD0 RX_DV RX_ER

Description Carrier Sense 100Mbps Supply Voltage Receive Data Receive Data Receive Data Receive Data Receive Data Valid Receive Error

Input/Output I(with pull-down) I(with pull-up) I(with pull-up) I(with pull-up) I(with pull-up) I(with pull-down) I(with pull-down)

Note no use no no no no no no use use use use use use

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6.6.19. USB SECTION


Troubleshooting 1. Confirmation of the PC settings

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2. Confirmation of the digital unit

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USB (Universal Serial Bus) block Description This is a USB block for data communication with PC. Two signal lines (D+/D-) are differential signals which work in reverse phase. VBUS: CN601 1pin D+: CN601 2pin D-: CN601 3pin GND: CN601 4pin Circuit Diagram

Sequence of normal operation When USB cable from PC is connected to CN601, Vbus voltage goes up to 5V. USBPWR becomes about 3V, and IC600 recognizes the connection with PC. Then D+ becomes about 3V: waveform 1 The D+ becomes 0V, then communication between IC 600 and PC is started: waveform 2 When a few seconds elapsed after USB cable was inserted into CN601, the unit enters stand-by mode. When PC is at Full Speed, waveforms are 3 and 4. When PC is at Hi-Speed, waveforms are 5 and 6.

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Waveform of normal operation

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6.6.20. POWER SUPPLY BOARD SECTION 6.6.20.1. KEY COMPONENTS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING
Check the following parts first: F1, F2, D10-D13, C5, C55, Q1, PC1 and IC1. This comes from our experience with experimental test. For example: power supply and lightning surge voltage test, with standing voltage test, intentional short circuit test, etc. Caution: If you find a melted fuse in the unit, do not turn on the power until you located and repair the faulty parts (except for the fuse); otherwise the fuse will melt again and you cannot pinpoint the faulty point. In most cases, the symptom is that nothing is output. It is more likely that the fault is in the primary side rather than the secondary side. Check the primary side first.

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6.6.20.2. TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHART

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6.6.20.3. BROKEN PARTS REPAIR DETAILS


(D10~D13) Check for a short-circuit in terminal 4. If D10~D13 is short-circuit, F2 will melt (open). In this case, replace all of the parts (D10 - D13, F2). (Q1) The worst case of Q1 is a short-circuit between the Drain and Gate because damage expands to the peripheral circuit of Q1. This is due to a very high voltage through the Gate circuit which is composed of R7 and IC1. You should change all of the parts listed as follows. F2, Q1, R7, IC1 (D101) If D101 is broken, the oscillation circuit in the power supply cannot operate. Check it with an electric tester. (F151) If F151 is melted (open), check the 12 Voltage line of the Digital PCB and others. (F301) If F301 is melted (open), check the 3.3 Voltage line of the Digital PCB and others. (F501) If F501 is melted (open), check the 6 Voltage line of the Digital PCB and others.

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7 CIRCUIT OPERATIONS
7.1. CONNECTION DIAGRAM

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7.2.

GENERAL BLOCK DIAGRAM

The following is an outline of each device IC on the digital board. 1. SOC(IC600) Mainly Performing program working and the image processing. CPU:ARM9 DSP:Quatro DMA Function Main Function 1) SDRAM Controller 2) USB Controller with PHY. 3) SCANNER I/F 4) Printer I/F 5) I/O Port 6) System Bus I/F 7) Serial I/F 2. G/A (IC604) Controls the operation panel I/F. Controls the LSU I/F. Controls FANs, LEDs and Sensors and analog I/F. Control the motor (DC motor and Stepping Motor) Real Time Clock (RTC) circuit Controls the high Voltage Unit control Contains A/D converter 3. Flash ROM (IC602) This 128 Mbit FLASH ROM contains all of the program instructions on the unit operations. 4. Synchronous Dynamic RAM (IC601) This memory is used for Program working and Image processing. 5. Modem (IC607) Performs the modulation and the demodulation for FAX communication. Detect the CALLED ID signal. 6. Read Section CCD Unit to read transmitted documents. CCD Unit connected to FLATBED transit Unit. Scan data is converted by Analog Front End on FLATBED transit unit. 7. Motor Driver Drives the DC motor for Printing. Drives the Stepping Motor for Auto Document Feeder and CCD carriage. 8. LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) Forms the images on the OPC drum by rotating polygon motor and reflecting the laser beam against polygon. 9. Analog Board Composed of ITS circuit and NCU circuit. 3sensors (pickup.paper.drum)on the board. 10. Sensor Section Composed of 22 sensors (switches). (contains optional parts)

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11. Power Supply Board Switching Section Supplies +3.3V and+6V and +24V to the digital unit and controls the HEATER. 12. High Voltage Power Supply Board Supplies bias need for the printing operation: bias of the Drum, developing and transcription. 13. Fixing Unit Composed heat lamp, thermistor and thermal fuse.

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FB MOTOR

PRINT TIMING SENSOR CN24

Document Set
ADF DOCUMENT ADF COVER SENSOR SENSOR

CCD MODULE
Laser Scan
LASER

FLATBED Transit
CN55 CN56 CN54

CN23

CN26

CN21

CN27

POLYGON

Analog Front End


IC53

FB MOTOR DRIVER
IC52

ADF MOTOR DRIVER


IC51 HOME SENSOR

CN53

READ POSITION SENSOR

Operation Panel
THERMISTOR

FB COVER SENSOR

CN40

CN42

CN52

CN51

CN840

HOOK SW

CN841

Handset Transit
CN41

Option Handset
Handset

Key Matrix

Digital PCB
CN101 CN102

Analog PCB
CN209

IC101

CN613

16

ANALOG ASIC
IC209

CN204

LCD 2Line

OPE G/A

CN615

CN614

CN600

CN608

CN210 SPEAKER

CN618

CN200

CN1

CN609

REGISTRATION SENSOR

CN207

REGISTER SOLENOIDE PICK-UP SOLENOIDE MANUAL PAPER SENSOR MANUAL SOLENOIDE TONER SENSOR (HALL IC)

CN5

Solenoid Transit

256Mbit SDRAM
IC601

SOC
IC600

MODEM 33.6Kbps
IC607

PICKUP SENSOR PAPER SENSOR DRUM SENSOR

Trans

Relay

CN206

TEL EXT TEL

ANALOG Circuit

CN605

CN6

128Mbit FLASH
IC602

CN617

CN4

DC MOTOR

CN610

BIN1 SORTOR ENTER SENSOR

CN7

CN3

G/A
IC604

FRONT FAN

BIN2

CN2

CN602

CN43

CN611

BIN3 REAR FAN

BIN CHANGE SOLENOIDE

CN604

Sorter

OPTION CASSETTE
CN950 CN951 CN616

CN607

MOTOR DRIVER
COVER SENSOR

High Voltage
24V

TR OPC DEV GRID CHARGE

OPTION CASSETTE MOTOR

CN954

CN8

CN9

PICK-UP SOLENIDE PAPER TRAY SENSOR CN953

CN603

CN601

CN606

CN612

PAPER TRAY SENSOR

TOP COVER SENSOR

CN956

CN952

LAN (OPTION)
CN901

USB

Thermistor Transit

THERMISTOR VARISTOR HEATER LAMP (800W)

Option Cassette
CN955

24V

12V 6V
3.3V

MAC&PHY

EEPROM
CN900

THERMOSTAT1 THERMOSTAT2

OP CASETTE SW
PICKUP SENSOR PAPER SENSOR

Option LAN

LAN CN

(RJ45)

POWER SW

Swithing Power Supply

CN22

CN28 ADF Transit

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7.3.
7.3.1. 7.3.1.1.

FACSIMILE SECTION
DIGITAL SECTION DIGITAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
CN600 TO CCD CN601 USB TO PC

256Mbit SDRAM IC601 SDCLK

SDRAM I/F

SCANNER I/F

USB

CS 33.6Kbps MODEM IC607 INT

DSP

SOC IC600
CPU

G P I O

CN602 TO FAN FRONT

CS 128Mbit FLASH ROM IC602

CN604 TO FAN REAR SYSTEM BUS I/F

PRINTER I/F 1.8V

RESET IC IC606 LINE IN/OUT CN603 TO LAN

RESET

PRINT DATA

CS

INT 3.3V

1.8V REG IC605 CN606 TO SMPS

6V

5V

5V REG IC603

CS INT CN615 TO POLYGON LSU I/F CN614 TO LASER

CN618 TO ANALOG

ANALOG ASIC I/F

G/A IC604

CN610 TO DC MOTOR

MOTOR I/F HVPS CTRL A/D GPIO/SENSOR OPE

CN608 TO FB AND ADF

CN612 TO THERMISTER

CN607 TO HVPS

CN613 TO OPE

CN605 TO SENSOR TRANSIT

CN611 TO TONER SENSOR

CN617 TO SORTER

CN616 TO OPTION CASETTE

CN609 TO REGISTRATION SENSOR

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Descriptions of Pin Distribution (IC600)


PIN No. A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 SIGNAL SBA[2] SBA[1] SBA[0] SBACK SBD[13] SBD[10] SBD[7] SBD[4] SBD[1] SBRD GPIO[47] SPIDI SPICLK GPIO[5] GPIO[2] GPIO[35] GPIO[34] TCK SBA[5] SBA[4] SBA[3] SBD[15] SBD[12] SBD[9] SBD[6] SBD[3] SBD[0] GPIO[82] SBCS[2] SPIDO GPIO[7] GPIO[4] GPIO[1] GPIO[36] TDI TRST SBA[8] SBA[7] SBA[6] SBD[14] SBD[11] SBD[8] SBD[5] SBD[2] SBWR SBCS[4] SBCS[1] SBCS[0] GPIO[6] GPIO[3] GPIO[0] GPIO[37] TDO TMS SBA[11] SBA[10] SBA[9] VDD18 VDD18 VDD33 VDD33 VDD18 VDD33 VSS33 VDD18 VDD33 I/O O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O I O I O O O I O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O O I I O I I O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O O O I I O O I O O O POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 1.8V 1.8V 3.3V 3.3V 1.8V 3.3V GND 1.8V 3.3V EXPLANATION SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 2 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 1 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 0 LAN READY SIGNAL INPUT SYSTEM DATA BUS 13 SYSTEM DATA BUS 10 SYSTEM DATA BUS 7 SYSTEM DATA BUS 4 SYSTEM DATA BUS 1 RD SIGNAL NOT USED CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE INPUT PORT(USBPWR) NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED JTAG INTERFACE SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 5 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 4 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 3 SYSTEM DATA BUS 15 SYSTEM DATA BUS 12 SYSTEM DATA BUS 9 SYSTEM DATA BUS 6 SYSTEM DATA BUS 3 SYSTEM DATA BUS 0 NOT USED MODEM CHIP SELECT OUTPUT CCD INTERFACE SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 15 INPUT PORT(CSOPEN) MODEM INTERRUPT INPUT NOT USED JTAG INTERFACE JTAG INTERFACE SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 8 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 7 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 6 SYSTEM DATA BUS 14 SYSTEM DATA BUS 11 SYSTEM DATA BUS 8 SYSTEM DATA BUS 5 SYSTEM DATA BUS 2 WR SIGNAL LAN CHIP SELECT OUTPUT ASIC CHIP SELECT OUTPUT FLASH CHIP SELECT OUTPUT SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 14 LAN INTERRUPT INPUT ASIC INTERRUPT INPUT NOT USED JTAG INTERFACE JTAG INTERFACE SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 11 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 10 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 9 POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE GND POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE

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PIN No. D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 E1 E2 E3 E4 E15 E16 E17 E18 F1 F2 F3 F4 F15 F16 F17 F18 G1 G2 G3 G4 G7 G8 G9 G10 G11 G12 G15 G16 G17 G18 H1 H2 H3 H4 H7 H8 H9 H10 H11 H12 H15 H16 H17 H18 J1 J2 J3 J4 J7 J8 J9 J10 J11 J12 J15 J16 J17 J18 K1 K2 K3

SIGNAL VDD33 VDD18 VDD18 PRIO[0] TEST RESET SBA[13] SBA[12] GPIO[30] VDD18 VDD18 PRIO[1] PRIO[2] PRIO[3] GPIO[33] GPIO[32] GPIO[31] VDD33 VDD33 PRIO[4] PRIO[5] PRIO[6] SMOT[2] SMOT[1] SMOT[0] VDD33 VSS18 VSS33 VSS33 VSS33 VSS33 VSS18 VDD33 PRIO[7] PRIO[8] PRIO[9] SMOT[5] SD[3] SMOT[4] VSSA33 VSS33 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS33 VDD18 PRIO[10] PRIO[11] PRIO[12] VDDA33 SD[5] SMOT[3] VDD18 VSS33 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS33 VDD33 PRIO[13] PRIO[14] PRIO[15] SD[7] SD[1] SD[2]

I/O O I I O O I O I O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I O O I O I O O O O I I I

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE 3.3V 1.8V 1.8V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 1.8V 1.8V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V GND GND GND GND GND GND 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V GND GND GND GND GND GND GND 1.8V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 1.8V GND GND GND GND GND GND 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant)

EXPLANATION POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE OUTPUT PORT(PVCLK) NOT USED USB INTERFACE SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 13 SYSTEM ADDRESS BUS 12 INPUT PORT(LANRDY) POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE OUTPUT PORT(WP) INPUT PORT(R/B) OUTPUT PORT(DEVAC) OUTPUT PORT(XLANRST) NOT USED OUTPUT PORT(XMDMRST1) POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE OUTPUT PORT(PVDATA0) OUTPUT PORT(PVDATA1) OUTPUT PORT(PVDATA2) OUTPUT PORT(SN_OP) OUTPUT PORT(FAN1FULL) OUTPUT PORT(FAN1HALF) POWER SOURCE GND GND GND GND GND GND POWER SOURCE OUTPUT PORT(PVDATA3) OUTPUT PORT(CIDRLY) OUTPUT PORT(SPMUTE) OUTPUT PORT(SN_REG) CCD INTERFACE OUTPUT PORT(SN_MNL) GND GND GND GND GND GND GND POWER SOURCE OUTPUT PORT(LINELRY1) INPUT PORT(BELL1) OUTPUT PORT(P-SHORT1) POWER SOURCE CCD INTERFACE OUTPUT PORT(SN_ST) POWER SOURCE GND GND GND GND GND GND POWER SOURCE NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE

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PIN No. K4 K7 K8 K9 K10 K11 K12 K15 K16 K17 K18 L1 L2 L3 L4 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L15 L16 L17 L18 M1 M2 M3 M4 M7 M8 M9 M10 M11 M12 M15 M16 M17 M18 N1 N2 N3 N4 N15 N16 N17 N18 P1 P2 P3 P4 P15 P16 P17 P18 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12

SIGNAL VDD33 VSS33 VSS18 VSSDIG18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS33 VSS33 PRIO[16] PRIO[17] PRIO[18] VSSUA33 RDM VDDUA33 VDD18 VSS33 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS33 VDD18 PRIO[19] PRIO[20] PRIO[21] RDP RPUDP DDM VDD33 VSS33 VSS33 VSS33 VSS33 VSS33 VSS18 VDD33 PRIO[22] PRIO[23] PRIO[24] DDP VDDUA18 VSSUA18 VSSSW VDD33 PRIO[25] PRIO[26] PRIO[27] VDDUC33 XOUT VDDUC18 VDDDIG18 VDD18 PRIO[28] PRIO[29] PRIO[30] RREF SD[0] SMOT[6] VDD33 VDD18 VDD33 VDD33 VDD18 VSS33 VDD33 VDD18 VDD33

I/O I I I I/O I O O I/O I I/O O I I I/O I I O O I I I I O -

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE 3.3V GND GND GND GND GND GND GND 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) GND 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 1.8V GND GND GND GND GND GND 1.8V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V GND GND GND GND GND GND 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 1.8V GND GND 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 5V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 1.8V 3.3V 3.3V 1.8V GND 3.3V 1.8V 3.3V

EXPLANATION POWER SOURCE GND GND GND GND GND GND GND INPUT PORT(HOOK) INPUT PORT(EXHOOK) INPUT PORT(DCN1) GND USB INTERFACE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE GND GND GND GND GND GND POWER SOURCE INPUT PORT(HSALC1) NOT USED NOT USED USB INTERFACE USB INTERFACE USB INTERFACE POWER SOURCE GND GND GND GND GND GND POWER SOURCE NOT USED INPUT PORT(VOX) INPUT PORT(DRUM) USB INTERFACE POWER SOURCE GND GND POWER SOURCE INPUT PORT(PAPER) INPUT PORT(PVREQ) OUTPUT PORT(PVACK) POWER SOURCE CRYSTAL(48MHz) OUTPUT POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE INPUT PORT(FAN1DET) INPUT PORT(OPTOPEN) INPUT PORT(FAN2DET) USB INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE OUTPUT PORT(SN_PICK) POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE GND POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE

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PIN No. R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 T9 T10 T11 T12 T13 T14 T15 T16 T17 T18 U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15 U16 U17 U18 V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 V6 V7 V8 V9 V10 V11 V12 V13 V14 V15 V16 V17 V18

SIGNAL VDD33 VDD18 VDD18 PRIO[31] DD[1] DD[0] XIN VSSA33 SSEN CCDILL[1] CCDCLK[3] CCDCLK[0] DA[6] DA[9] DCKE DD[8] DD[10] DD[11] DD[12] DD[13] DD[14] DD[15] DD[3] DD[2] VSSUC SD[4] SCLK1 CCDILL[2] CCDCLK[4] CCDCLK[1] DA[5] DA[8] DA[12] DQM[1] DD[9] DA[1] DA[10] DBA[0] DCAS DQM[0] DD[6] DD[4] VDDA33 SD[6] SCLK2 SADCLK CCDILL[0] CCDCLK[2] DA[4] DA[7] DA[11] DCLK DA[3] DA[2] DA[0] DBA[1] DRAS DWE DD[7] DD[5]

I/O I I/O I/O I O O O O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I O O O O O O O O I/O O O O O O I/O I/O I O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I/O I/O

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE 3.3V 1.8V 1.8V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 5V GND 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V GND 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V(5V torelant) 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V

EXPLANATION POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE INPUT PORT(OPPAPER) SDRAM DATA BUS 1 SDRAM DATA BUS 0 CRYSTAL(48MHz) INPUT GND CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 6 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 9 SDRAM CKE SIGNAL SDRAM DATA BUS 8 SDRAM DATA BUS 10 SDRAM DATA BUS 11 SDRAM DATA BUS 12 SDRAM DATA BUS 13 SDRAM DATA BUS 14 SDRAM DATA BUS 15 SDRAM DATA BUS 3 SDRAM DATA BUS 2 GND CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 5 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 8 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 12 SDRAM DQMU SIGNAL SDRAM DATA BUS 9 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 1 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 10 SDRAM BANK ADDRESS BUS 0 SDRAM CAS SIGNAL SDRAM DQML SIGNAL SDRAM DATA BUS 6 SDRAM DATA BUS 4 POWER SOURCE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE CCD INTERFACE SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 4 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 7 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 11 SDRAM CLOCK SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 3 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 2 SDRAM ADDRESS BUS 0 SDRAM BANK ADDRESS BUS 1 SDRAM RAS SIGNAL SDRAM WR SIGNAL SDRAM DATA BUS 7 SDRAM DATA BUS 5

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Descriptions of Pin Distribution (IC604)


PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 SIGNAL VSS ADR0 ADR1 ADR2 ADR3 ADR4 ADR5 ADR6 ADR7 XCS PVREQ PVACK PVDATA0 PVDATA1 PVDATA2 PVDATA3 PVCLK 3.3V VSS VSSA AIN0 AIN1 TONE VDDA TEST0 SENCTL0/IOP00 SENIN0/IOP10 SENIN1/IOP11 SENIN2/IOP12 SENIN3/IOP13 OMT0/OP60 OMT1/OP61 OMT2/OP62 OMT3/OP63 OMT4/OP64 VSS 3.3V XIN_PLL XOUT_PLL TEST1 HTRCTL IOP07 CHG DEV TRS POLCLK POLON XREADY VDDPLL VSSPLL VCNT R PO 5V VSS XVIDEO XAPC XLDEN XHSYNC PWRDWN OPERST KTXD KSCLK KSTART IOP30 IOP31 I/O I I I I I I I I I O I I I I I I A A A A A I O I I I I O O O O O I O I O I O O O O O I PLL PLL PLL PLL PLL O O O I O O I/O O O O O POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE EXPLANATION GND GND 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 0 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 1 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 2 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 3 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 4 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 5 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 6 3.3V ADDRESS BUS 7 3.3V CHIP SELECT INPUT 3.3V PRINT DATA INTERFACE 3.3V PRINT DATA INTERFACE 3.3V PRINT DATA INTERFACE 3.3V PRINT DATA INTERFACE 3.3V PRINT DATA INTERFACE 3.3V PRINT DATA INTERFACE 3.3V PRINT DATA INTERFACE 3.3V POWER SOURCE (3.3V) GND GND GND GND (ANALOG) 3.3V ANALOG INPUT (THERMISTOR) 3.3V ANALOG INPUT (THERMISTOR) 3.3V ANALOG OUTPUT (TONE) 3.3V POWER SOURCE (ANALOG) 3.3V NOT USED 3.3V OUTPUT PORT (POUT_LED) 3.3V INPUT PORT (POUT) 3.3V INPUT PORT (BIN1) 3.3V INPUT PORT (BIN2) 3.3V INPUT PORT (BIN3) 3.3V 2nd CASETTE MOTOR CONTROL 3.3V 2nd CASETTE MOTOR CONTROL 3.3V 2nd CASETTE MOTOR CONTROL 3.3V 2nd CASETTE MOTOR CONTROL 3.3V 2nd CASETTE MOTOR CONTROL GND GND 3.3V POWER SOURCE (3.3V) 3.3V CRYSTAL (25MHz) INPUT 3.3V CRYSTAL (25MHz) OUTPUT 3.3V NOT USED 3.3V HEATER CONTROL 3.3V INPUT PORT (HVERR) 3.3V HIGH VOLTAGE CONTROL 3.3V HIGH VOLTAGE CONTROL 3.3V HIGH VOLTAGE CONTROL 3.3V LSU CONTROL 3.3V LSU CONTROL 3.3V LSU CONTROL 3.3V POWER SOURCE (PLL) GND GND (PLL) 3.3V PLL INTERFACE 3.3V PLL INTERFACE 3.3V PLL INTERFACE 5V POWER SOURCE (5V) GND GND 5V LSU CONTROL 5V LSU CONTROL 5V LSU CONTROL 5V LSU CONTROL 5V POWER DOWN CONTROL 5V OPERATION PANEL CONTROL 5V OPERATION PANEL CONTROL 5V OPERATION PANEL CONTROL 5V OPERATION PANEL CONTROL 5V NOT USED 5V NOT USED

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PIN No. 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133

SIGNAL IOP32 IOP33 MILAT/IOP52 MIDAT/IOP51 MICLK/IOP50 VSS 5V SWCLK/IOP54 SWDAT/IOP55 SWLAT/IOP56 IOP34 IOP35 IOP36 IOP45 IOP46 IOP47 TXD/CSO/IOP40 RXD/CSI/IOP41 RTS/CCLK/IOP42 CTS/CBUSY1/IOP43 CBUSY2/IOP44 SENIN4/IOP14 SENIN5/IOP15 3.3V VSS XIN_22M XOUT_22M TEST2 SENIN6/IOP16 SENIN7/IOP17 SENCTL1/IOP01 IOP05 IOP06 SMT0/OP70 SMT1/OP71 SMT2/OP72 SMT3/OP73 SMT4/OP74 SMT5/OP75 SMT6/OP76 SENCTL2/IOP02 VSS 3.3V SENIN8/IOP20 SENIN9/IOP21 SENIN10/IOP22 SENIN11/IOP23 SENCTL3/IOP03 SENIN12/IOP24 SENIN13/IOP25 SENIN14/IOP26 SENIN15/IOP27 PMT0/LD PMT1/SS PMT2/DCCLK PMT3/BREAK PMT4 IOP04/EXTCLK XRESET 3.3V VSS VDDRTC PWRCTL XIN_RTC XOUT_RTC VSSRTC XINTOUT

I/O O I O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I I O I I I I O O O O O O O O O O I I I I O I I I I I O O O O I I I I O O

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE 5V 5V 5V 5V 5V GND 5V 5V 5V 5V 5V 5V 5V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V GND 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V GND 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V GND 3.3V/BAT 3.3V/BAT 3.3V/BAT 3.3V/BAT GND 3.3V

EXPLANATION NOT USED NOT USED ANALOG ASIC CONTROL ANALOG ASIC CONTROL ANALOG ASIC CONTROL GND POWER SOURCE (5V) NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED VOLUME CONTROL VOLUME CONTROL VOLUME CONTROL FAN CONTROL FAN CONTROL NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED OUTPUT PORT (BREAK1) INPUT PORT (OPTPICK) POWER SOURCE (3.3V) GND CRYSTAL (22.222MHz) INPUT CRYSTAL (22.222MHz) OUTPUT NOT USED INPUT PORT (TONER) INPUT PORT (PICK) INPUT PORT (TOPCVR) OUTPUT PORT (ADFMEN) OUTPUT PORT (CRMEN) SCANNER MOTOR CONTROL SCANNER MOTOR CONTROL SCANNER MOTOR CONTROL SCANNER MOTOR CONTROL SCANNER MOTOR CONTROL SCANNER MOTOR CONTROL SCANNER MOTOR CONTROL OUTPUT PORT (SEN_LED) GND POWER SOURCE (3.3V) INPUT PORT (CRG) INPUT PORT (RPS) INPUT PORT (REGIST) INPUT PORT (PSTART) OUTPUT PORT (DOCU_LED) INPUT PORT( DOCU) INPUT PORT (MNLPAPER) INPUT PORT (ADFCVR) INPUT PORT (FBCVR) ENGIN MOTOR CONTROL ENGIN MOTOR CONTROL ENGIN MOTOR CONTROL ENGIN MOTOR CONTROL NOT USED ENGIN MOTOR CONTROL RESET INPUT POWER SOURCE (3.3V) GND POWER SOURCE (3.3V/BATT) RTC INTERFACE CRYSTAL (32.768KHz) INPUT CRYSTAL (32.768KHz) OUTPUT GND INTERRUPT OUTPUT

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PIN No. 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144

SIGNAL XRD XWR DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 3.3V

I/O I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O -

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE EXPLANATION 3.3V RD SIGNAL 3.3V WR SIGNAL 3.3V DATA BUS 0 3.3V DATA BUS 1 3.3V DATA BUS 2 3.3V DATA BUS 3 3.3V DATA BUS 4 3.3V DATA BUS 5 3.3V DATA BUS 6 3.3V DATA BUS 7 3.3V POWER SOURCE (3.3V)

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7.3.2.

RTC (Real Time Clock) BACKUP CIRCUIT

1. Function This unit has a lithium battery (BAT600) which works for the Real Time Clock IC (RTC: inside IC604). The RTC continues to work, backed up by a lithium battery even when the power switch is OFF. 2. RTC Inside (IC604) Backup Circuit Operation When the power switch is turned ON, power is supplied to the RTC (inside IC604). At this time, the voltage at pin 128 of the IC604 is +3.3V. When the power switch is turned OFF, the BAT600 supplies power to RTC through DA600. When the power switch is OFF and the voltage of +3.3V decreases, pin 128 of RTC (IC604) becomes roughly the same voltage as the battery voltage. RTC goes into the backup mode, in which the power consumption is lower.

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7.3.3.

MODEM CIRCUIT OPERATION

The modem (IC607) has all the hardware satisfying the CCITT standards mentioned previously. When the ASIC IC600 is brought to a low level, the modem (IC607) is chip-selected and the registors inside IC are selected by the select signals from ASIC (IC600) A[0]-A[5]. Commands are written through the data bus, and all processing is controlled by the ASIC (IC600) according to CCITT procedures. Here, the INT signal dispatched from IRQ (pin 1 of IC607) to the ASIC (IC606) implements post processing. This modem (IC607) has an automatic application equalizer. With training signal 1 or 2 at the time of G3 reception, it can automatically establish the optimum equalizer. The modem (IC607) operates using the 28.224MHz clock (X604). 1. Facsimile Transmission/DTMF Line Send The digital image data on the data bus is modulated in the modem (IC607), and sent from pin 25, 26 via modem IC607, Analog gate array IC209(2422), amplifier IC204(67) and the NCU section to the telephone line. Refer to CHECK SHEET(P.161). 2. Facsimile Reception The analog image data which is received from the telephone line passes through the NCU section and enters pin 29 of the modem (IC607). The signals that enter pin 29 of the modem (IC607) are demodulated in the board to digital image signals, then placed on the data bus. In this case, the image signals from the telephone line are transmitted serially. Hence, they are placed on the bus in 8 bit units. Here, the internal equalizer circuit reduces the image signals to a long-distance receiving level. This is designed to correct the characteristics of the frequency band centered around 3 kHz and maintain a constant receiving sensitivity. It can be set in the service mode. Refer to CHECK SHEET(P.161). 3. DTMF Transmission (Monitor tone) The DTMF signal generated in the modem (IC607) is output from pin 25, 26 and the NCU section to the telephone line the same as facsimile transmission signals. (DTMF Monitor Tone) Refer to CHECK SHEET(P.161). 4. Busy/Dial Tone Detection The path is the same as FAX receiving. When it is detected, the carrier detect bit of the registor in the modem (IC607) becomes 1, and this status is monitored by ASIC (IC600). 5. Call Tone Transmission This is the call signal which is generated the ASIC (IC604) and sent to the speaker.

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7.3.4. 7.3.4.1.

ANALOG SECTION ANALOG GATE ARRAY (IC209)

Composed of ITS circuit and NCU circuit.

The cross-point switch installed in this IC makes it possible to change the circuit configuration for any analog signals such as the fax signals sent from the digital board. In addition, this analog gate array integrates a handset circuit, input/output ports, etc. This IC is controlled by ASIC(IC600) through GATE ARRAY (IC604) on the digital board.

Explanation of ANALOG GATE ARRAY (IC209 on the ANALOG Board)


No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name STR CLOCK DATA VDD VOXOUT VOXDET VOXIN VSS NC ROUT2 ROUT1 RIN VCC HSMICIN1 HSMICIN2 HSMICOUT NC NC Function Strobe input Clock input Data input Logic power supply VOX output VOX detection adjustment VOX input Logic ground Not used HS receiver amp output 2 HS receiver amp output 1 HS receiver amp input Analog ground HS mic amp input 1 HS mic amp input 2 HS mic amp output Not used Not used No. 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Name NC EXTIN EXTOUT LINEOUT LINEIN MODEMTXIN MODEMTXOUT NC TONEIN NC NC GND MODEMRXOUT VLIN VREF VLOUT SPOUT SPIN Function Not used Ext amp output Ext amp input Line amp output Line amp input MODEM TX amp input MODEM TX amp output Not used Tone amp input Not used Not used Analog ground MODEM RX amp output Volume amp input Reference voltage output Volume amp output Speaker amp output Speaker amp input

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7.3.4.2.
1. Function

DESCRIPTION OF BLOCK DIAGRAM IN ANALOG SECTION

The analog section works as an interface between the telephone line. The analog ASIC (IC209) on the analog board exchanges FAX TX and RX signals between the MODEM (IC607) and the analog section. The control signals transmitted to the analog section are output mainly from G/A IC604, and the analog status is stored as data in G/A IC604. 2. Circuit Operation [NCU]: Network Control Unit the NCU comprises of the following; DC loop forming circuit to connect with the telephone line; Switching circuit for other interconnected telephones; Bell detection circuit; Side tone circuit; Remote fax activation circuit. Refer to NCU SECTION (P.216) for the details.

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T R HSalc1 P-short1 Break1 LINERLY

CIDRLY

T R

Bell1 TONE
215
36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19
0/-3 -20/-30 0/-6/-12

Modem(Python)
25 25 26 26
1 4 1 1 0 9
1

29 29 32 32

TXM TXM TXP TXP RX RX HSMIC HSMIC

SPMUTE
8 1
GN D VC C FC 2 FC 1

LATCH DECORDER
A A A A A 5 4 3 2 1 D

MUTE2 0/-1/-2/-3 DET 0/-6


0/-1/-2/-3/-4/-5/6/7/8

SP(+) SP(-)

7 6 5

2 3 4 1

MUTE1

20

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

EVOL0 EVOL1 EVOL2 DTMF Reciever

MLAT MCLK MDATA

VOX
1

INPUT
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7.4.
7.4.1.

NCU SECTION
GENERAL

This section is the interface between the telephone line and external telephone. It is composed of an EXT. TEL line relay (RLY200), bell detection circuit, TAM interface circuit, line amplifier and side tone circuits and a multiplexer.

7.4.2.

EXT. TEL. LINE RELAY (RY200)

1. Circuit Operation Normally, this relay switches to the external telephone side (break) and switches to the open side (make) while OFF-HOOK. { IC600 (H16) High LevelCN618 (11) High Level} CN200 (11) High LevelQ210 ONRY200 (ON)(make)

7.4.3.

BELL DETECTION CIRCUIT

1. Circuit Operation The signal waveform for each point is indicated below. The signal (low level section) input to pin 6 of gate array IC605 on the digital board is read by ASIC and judged as a bell. TEL LINEPC205 (1, 2 - 4)IC600 (H17)

7.4.4.

CALLING LINE IDENTIFICATION CIRCUIT

1. Function This unit is compatible with the Caller ID service offered by your local telephone company. To use this feature, you must subscribe to a Caller ID service. The data for the caller ID from the telephone exchange is sent during the interval between the first and second rings of the bell signal. The data from the telephone exchange is a modem signal which is modulated in an FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) format. Data 0 is a 1200 Hz sine wave, and data 1 a 2200 Hz sine wave. There are two type of the message format which can be received: i.e.the single data message format and multiple data message format. The multiple data format allows to transmit the name and data code information in addition to the time and telephone number data. When there is multiple data in the unit, the name or telephone number are displayed. 2. Circuit Operation FSK signal of the caller ID signal input from TEL LINE is processed with MODEM (IC607). Refer to CHECK SHEET (P.161) for the route of caller ID signal.

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7.4.5.

LINE AMPLIFIER AND SIDE TONE CIRCUIT

1. Circuit Operation The reception signal output from the line transformer T200 is input to pin (2) of IC204 via C244, R237 and then the signal is amplified at pin (1) of IC204 and sent to the reception system. The transmission signal goes through C240, R238 and enters IC204-pin (6), where the signal is amplified. Then, it is output from pin (7) of IC204 and transmitted to T200 via, C248, R245. Without a side tone circuit, the transmission signal will return to the reception amplifier via C234, R229. When the side tone circuit is active, the signal output from IC204 pin (7) passes through C236, R241, R233, C234, and R229 and goes into the amplifier IC204 pin (3). This circuit is used to cancel the transmission return signal. The TX signal is output to the circuit analog the route from the IC204 7 pinC248R245T200TEL LINE. However, if balance is lost in the bridge, a voltage occurs between the IC204 2 pin and 3 pin and a side tone results, because the balance cannot be maintained completely at all frequencies in the audio range some side tone always occur.

7.4.6.

REMOTE FAX ACTIVATION CIRCUIT

1. Function Another telephone connected to same line activates the unit to the FAX mode by using a DTMF signal. 2. Signal Path Refer to CHECK SHEET (P.161).

7.4.7.

TAM INTERFACE CIRCUIT

This circuit is to switch between FAX receiving and the external TAMs message recording automatically. This circuit consists of an EXT.TAM OFF-HOOK detect circuit, transformer, amplifier, Analog ASIC and MODEM. For details, please refer to TAM INTERFACE SECTION (P.218).

7.5.
7.5.1.

ITS (Integrated telephone System) and MONITOR SECTION


GENERAL

The general ITS operation is performed by the special IC209 which has a handset circuit. The alarm tone, the key tone, and the beep are output from the ASIC IC606 (digital board).

7.5.1.1.
1. Function

TELEPHONE MONITOR

This is the function when you are not holding the handset and can hear the callers voice from the line. 2. Circuit Operation (Telephone Monitor Signal Path) Signals received from the telephone line are output through at the speaker via the following path. 3. Signal Path Refer to CHECK SHEET.

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7.5.1.2.
1. Function

HANDSET CIRCUIT

This circuit controls the conversation over the handset, i.e. the transmitted and received voices to and from the handset. 2. Signal Path (Transmission signal) Refer to CHECK SHEET. 3. Signal path (Reception signal) Refer to CHECK SHEET.

7.5.1.3.
1. Function

MONITOR CIRCUIT

This circuit monitors various tones, such as (1) DTMF tone, (2) Alarm/Beep/Key tone/Bell. 2. Signal Path a. DTMF MONITOR (Speaker Operation) Refer to CHECK SHEET. (Handset Operation) Refer to CHECK SHEET. b. ALARM/BEEP/KEY TONE/BELL Refer to CHECK SHEET.

7.5.1.4.
1. Function

TAM INTERFACE SECTION

When TAM is connected to this unit, the unit receives documents for FAX calls or the external TAM records a voice message automatically. 2. Circuit Operation The TAM INTERFACE circuit consists of transformer (T202), amplifier (IC204) analog ASIC (IC209), MODEM (IC607) to detect the other party CNG signal, and RLY200 to separate EXT.TAM. a. CNG signal detection circuit The CNG signal from the other partys FAX is detected in MODEM IC607 (digital board). (Signal path) Refer to CHECK SHEET(P.161). b. Remote receiving This is the parallel-connected DTMF signal for the TEL or EXT.TEL mode between T and R. When the other party is a FAX, the unit switches to FAX receiving. (Signal Path) Refer to CHECK SHEET(P.161).

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7.6.

CCD CONTROL SECTION

The scanning block of this device consists of a control circuit and a CCD (charge coupled device) and a CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp), and AFE (Analog Front End) include A/D Converter.

R192

+3.3V

C188

+5VD R195

L52

VCC

+3.3V+5VD

C189

+12V

L687

L688

L689

R191

XCCDON

R83 Q51

R84

14

13

12

11

10

+12V

+12VI

C96

R57

C52

C51

C870 C871 C872 C873 C874 C875

SADCLK SCLK1 SCLK2 SD[0 ] SD[1 ] SD[2 ] SD[3 ] SD[4 ] SD[5 ] SD[6 ] SD[7 ] SSEN CCDCLK[0] CCDCLK[1] CCDCLK[2] CCDCLK[3] CCDCLK[4] CCDILL[0] CCDILL[1] CCDILL[2] SPICLK SPIDO SPIDI

V4 U3 V3 R2 K2 K3 H2 U2 J2 V2 K1 T3 T6 U6 V6 T5 U5 V5 T4 U4 A13 B12 A12

MCLK VSMP RSMP ADC[0] ADC[1] ADC[2] ADC[3] ADC[4] ADC[5] ADC[6] ADC[7] SEN SI CLK CCDSW0 CCDRS CCDC P LAMP OEB XCCDON SCK SDI

C650

C813

CN600
30 29 28 27 26 12V 12V 12V 12V 5V 5V 3.3V 3.3V CG CG CG CG CCDCP CCDCP SI SI CLK CLK CCDRS CCDRS CCDSW0 CCDSW0 XCCDON XCCDON LAMP LAMP DG DG DG OEB VSMP RSMP MCLK SEN SD I SCK DG OEB VSMP RSMP MCLK SEN SDI SCK ADC0 ADC1 ADC2 ADC3 ADC4 ADC5 ADC6 ADC7

CN52
30 29 28 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 27

+5VD +3.3V

GN D

IC600

+12V

IC57

C651

C814

+3.3V

IC53
C187
C95

+5VD

R198

CG

C190

CCDCP L615 L616 SI CCDSW0 L619 XCCDONL620 L621 LAMP OEB


L622

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

CCDCP SI CLK CCDRS CCDSW0 XCCDON LAMP

1 2 3 4

C191

TEST1 SH R SH D

30 TEST0

C54

AVDD AVSS

29 28 27 26

C60

C62 C53 C55 D56 C63 D57 C56 C64 C57 C58 C59 D58 +12V

ADCK CCDIN0 RESETN DRVDD DRVSS D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 VRP

C84

C194

17 16 15 14 13 12

IC56
1 2 DIR A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 GN D VCC /G B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

5 6 7 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8

CN55
21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 AG VOUT1 AG VOUT2 AG VOUT3 AG +12V NC DG +5V CP TG INV GND 1 INV GND R5 INV CONT INV +12V NV +12V MODE

CCDIN1 25 VRN 24 23 22

SEN SDI SCK ADC[0] ADC[1] ADC[2] ADC[3] ADC[4] ADC[5] ADC[6] ADC[7]

FLT51

RA51
3 5 6 7 8 4 3 2 1 3 4 5 6

L626 L627 L628 L700 L701 L702 L703 L704 L705 L706 L707 IC611
1 VCC 5

11 10

FLT52

C89

C90

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

3 2

FLT54
1 3 2

VCOM 21 AVSS 20 AVDD SDEN 19

CCDCP SI
C61

R51 R52 R53 +12VI R54

7 2 8

CLK CCDRS LAMP CCDSW0

C65

FLT53

C85

C88

3 2

C87

CCDIN2 VCLP

18

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

+3.3V

C193

C192

C196

C91

R802

FLT55
1 3 8 7 6 5

RA52
1 2 3 4

9 10

SCLK 17 SDATA 16

R55 R56
C197 C198 C199 C97 C98 C99

C830

D610

MCLK

R800

C92

2 3 GN D 4

FLT56
1 3 2

C93

FLT600
1 3

FLT57
1 3 2

C831

C94

R803 +3.3V
VCC 5 2

L54
CG I

FLT58
1 3 2 2

IC612
1

RSMP

R804

2 3 GN D 4

C832

R807 1

FLT601
3

IC613
1 VCC 5

+3.3V

VSM P

R808

2 3 GN D 4

C834

R811 1

FLT602
3

IC614
1 VCC 5

+3.3V

CLK

R812

2 3 GN D 4

C836

R779 1

FLT603
3

IC615
1 VCC 5

+3.3V

CCDRS R780

2 3 GN D 4

C838

R783 1

FLT604
3

R819

C837

C835

C833

When an original document is inserted and the start button pressed, pin U4 of IC600 goes to a low level and the transistor Q51 turns on. This applies voltage to the CCD. The CCD is driven by each of the SI, CLKS, CCDSW0, CCDRS, CCDCP signals output from IC600, and the original image illuminated by the CCFL undergoes CCD to output an analog image signal (mono: Vout1-2, color: Vout1-3). The analog image signal is input to the AFE on CCDIN0-2 (mono: CCDIN0-1, color: CCDIN0-2) (pin 23, 25, 27 of IC53) and converted into 16-bit data by the A/D converter inside IC53. Then this signal undergoes digital processing in order to obtain a high-quality image.

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7.7.
7.7.1.

MOTOR DRIVE SECTION


Engine Motor Control Circuit

1. Functions All driving force of printer engine part is supplied by this engine motor. Engine motor is controlled to rotate at constant speed during printing and copying mode. 2. Motor operation <Start operation> In order to start the motor rotation, following 3 signals are supplied from IC604. 1. SS signal Output pin: Pin 120/Output Signal: H This signal is inverted by transistor Q634, and supplied to motor as Start/Stop signal. 2. Clock signal Output pin: Pin 121/Output Signal: Pulse Pulse frequency: approx. 1.9 KHz (at the normal printing speed) Pulse frequency: approx. 0.5 KHz (at the half printing speed) 3. Break signal Output pin: Pin 122/Output Signal: L When motor reaches constant speed, low level signal is output from the motor. as Lock detect signal. if this Lock detect signal does not become low level within predetermined period after SS signal becomes "H" level, or if Lock detect signal becomes H level during rotating, it is judged that Motor Error occurred. Timing Chart of Start operation

<Stop operation>

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In order to stop the motor rotation, following 2 signals are supplied from IC604. 1. SS signal Output pin: Pin 120/Output Signal: L Consequently Start/Stop signal becomes H. 2. Break signal Output pin: Pin 122/Output Signal: H Motor stops rapidly by changing the Break signal from L to H. Timing Chart of Start operation

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7.7.1.1.

ENGINE MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT

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ENGINE MOTOR

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7.7.2.

ADF (Auto Document Feed) MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT

1. Functions This motor functions for main operations including FAX transmission, ADF copy and PC scan. This motor feeds document papers which are set to ADF with synchronizing for reading. 2. Motor operation During motor driving, pin 98 of ASIC IC604 becomes a high level, motor driver IC51 becomes active mode. Stepping pulses are output from ASIC IC604 pins, 100 ~ 105 causing driver IC51 pins 4, 6, 7 and 9 to drive the motor coil. The motor coil is energized sequentially in 2 phase increments, which causes a 1-step rotation. A 1-step rotation feeds 0.042mm of document paper.

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7.7.2.1.

TIMING CHART

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7.7.3.

FB (Flat Bed) MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT

1. Functions This motor functions for main operations including FAX transmission, FB copy and PC scan. This motor feeds CCD unit with synchronizing for reading. 2. Motor operation During motor driving, pin 99 of ASIC IC604 becomes a high level, and Q54, Q55 turns ON. As a result, +5V is supplied to pin 20 and pin 23 of IC52. When the level of these pins become +5V enough current to drive the motor can be supplied from motor driver. Stepping pulses are output from ASIC IC604 pins, 100 ~ 105, causing driver IC52 pins, 3, 7, 8 and 12 to drive the motor coil. The motor coil is energized sequentially in 2 phase increments, which causes a 1-step rotation. A 1-step rotation feeds 0.021mm of CCD unit.

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TIMING CHART

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7.8.

DRIVE MODE AND WAVEFORM OF ADF AND FB MOTOR

(1) Correspondent table of operation mode and waveform

(2) Waveform

Figure (1) (phase pattern : Flat torque 1-2 phase excitation)

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Figure (2) (phase pattern : W1-2 phase excitation)

Figure (3) (phase pattern : Flat torque 1-2 phase excitation)

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Figure (4) (phase pattern : W1-2 phase excitation)

Figure (5) (phase pattern : Normal torque 1-2 phase excitation)

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7.9.
7.9.1.

FAN MOTOR SECTION


Rear Fan (Fan1)

These FAN are used to radiate heat in the unit.

The signal level at pin G2/G3 of IC600 becomes high, the FAN is activated. In this case, the pulse signal as shown below input to pin P16 of IC600 and the rotation of the FAN is detected.

7.9.2.

Front Fan (Fan2)

The signal level at pin 83/84 of IC604 becomes high, the FAN is activated. In this case, the pulse signal as shown below input to pin P18 of IC600 and the rotation of the FAN is detected.

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7.9.3.

FAN CONTROL

This unit is equipped with fan to prevent the developing device from rising in temperature while printing. The fan rotates at high speed (Approx. 3000 rpm) while printing (controlling the developing device). After printing is finished, it rotates at low speed (Approx. 2200 rpm) when the temperature of the unit goes up over a fixed one or depending on the number of printed papers (frequency). While the fan is rotating at high speed, the voltage of Approx. 21 V is supplied to the fan, however, while rotating at low speed, the supply voltage is decreased to Approx. 12V. Each signal wave is as follows: 1. High-speed rotation (typ. 3000 rpm)

2. Low-speed rotation (typ. 2200 rpm)

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7.10. SOLENOID DRIVE SECTION


The solenoid drive circuit controls Regist clutch, Multi-tray pickup clutch, Pickup clutch, Sorter clutch and 2nd casette pickup clutch. The solenoid is designed to be driven by +24V. Diode protects Transistor from backward voltage when the solenoid is driven.

REGIST
Mode Solenoid ON Solenoid OFF IC600-H1 High level Low level

MANUAL
Mode Solenoid ON Solenoid OFF IC600-H3 High level Low level

PICKUP
Mode Solenoid ON Solenoid OFF IC600-R3 High level Low level

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SORTER
Mode Solenoid ON Solenoid OFF IC600-J3 High level Low level

2nd PICKUP
Mode Solenoid ON Solenoid OFF IC600-G1 High level Low level

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7.11. LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) SECTION

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7.12. SENSORS AND SWITCHES SECTION


All of the sensor and switches are shown below.
Sensor Name Drum sensor Paper sensor Pickup sensor Sorter enter sensor Sorter bin1 sensor Sorter bin2 sensor Sorter bin3 sensor Paper tray sensor Home sensor Read position sensor Registration sensor Print timing sensor Document sensor Manual paper sensor ADF cover sensor FB cover sensor Top cover sensor Toner sensor Sensor Location Analog PCB Analog PCB Analog PCB Sorter Unit Sorter Unit Sorter Unit Sorter Unit Digital PCB AFE PCB Sensor PCB Sensor PCB Sensor PCB Sensor PCB Sensor PCB Sensor PCB Sensor PCB H.V.S.P Sensor PCB Reference number SW203 SW202 SW201 SW600 PS51 PS21 PS1 PS23 PS22 PS2 SW21 SW23 SW1 IC40 Message Error [CHECK DRUM] [OUT OF PAPER INPUT TRAY #1] [PAPER JAMMED] [OUT TRAY #1 FULL] [OUT TRAY #2 FULL] [OUT TRAY #3 FULL] [CHECK INSTALL INPUT TRAY #1] [CARRIAGE ERROR] [CHECK DOCUMENT] [PAPER JAMMED] [PAPER JAMMED] [OUT OF PAPER INPUT TRAY #2] [CLOSE ADF COVER] [TOP COVER OPEN] [TONER EMPTY] [TONER LOW] [CHECK DRUM] [CHECK INSTALL INPUT TRAY #3] [OUT OF PAPER INPUT TRAY #3] [CHECK INSTALL INPUT TRAY #3] -

Option Option Option Option Option

cassette cover sensor cassette paper sensor cassette pickup sensor cassette paper tray sensor handset hook switch

Op cassette PCB Op cassette PCB Op cassette PCB Op cassette PCB Op handset PCB

SW953 SW951 SW952 SW950 SW940

Note: See TEST FUNCTIONS - SENSOR CHECK SECTION for the sensor test. (#815 of Service Mode test. Refer to TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91).

7.12.1. DRUM SENSOR


This Switch detects whether the OPC unit is set or not. When there is the unit, the input signal of IC600-M18pin becomes low level. When there is not the unit, the input signal of IC600-M18pin becomes high level.

Drum Set No Drum

Signal (IC600-M18pin) Low level High level

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7.12.2. PAPER SENSOR


This Switch detects whether there are recording papers in the paper tray #1 or not. When there are recording papers in the tray, the input signal of IC600-N16pin becomes low level. When there no recording papers in the tray, the input signal of IC600-N16pin becomes high level.

Paper exist No papers

Signal (IC600-N16pin) Low level High level

7.12.3. PICKUP SENSOR


This Switch detects whether a recording paper is picked up or not. When there is a recording paper at the position of the switch, the input signal of IC604-96pin becomes low level. When there is no recording paper at the position of the switch, the input signal of IC604-96pin becomes high level.

A paper exists No papers

Signal (IC604-96pin) Low level High level

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7.12.4. SORTER ENTER SENSOR


This sensor detects whether the recording paper exits or not. When there is a recording paper at the position of the sensor, the input signal of IC604-27pin becomes low level. When there is no recording paper at the position of the sensor, the input signal of IC604-27pin becomes high level.

A paper exists No papers

Signal (IC604-27pin) Low level High level

7.12.5. SORTER BIN1 SENSOR


This sensor detects whether an output tray #1 is full of paper or not. When the output tray is full of paper, the input signal of IC604-28pin becomes high level. When the output tray is not full of paper, the input signal of IC604-28pin becomes low level.

TRAY #1 is full TRAY #1 is not full

Signal (IC604-28pin) High level Low level

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7.12.6. SORTER BIN2 SENSOR


This sensor detects whether an output tray #2 is full of paper or not. When the output tray is full of paper, the input signal of IC604-28pin becomes high level. When the output tray is not full of paper, the input signal of IC604-28pin becomes low level.

TRAY #2 is full TRAY #2 is not full

Signal (IC604-29pin) High level Low level

7.12.7. SORTER BIN3 SENSOR


This sensor detects whether an output tray #3 is full of paper or not. When the output tray is full of paper, the input signal of IC604-28pin becomes high level. When the output tray is not full of paper, the input signal of IC604-28pin becomes low level.

TRAY #3 is full TRAY #3 is not full

Signal (IC604-30pin) High level Low level

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7.12.8. PAPER TRAY SENSOR


This switch detects whether the paper tray #1 is set or not. When the paper tray is set, the input signal of IC600- becomes low level. When the paper tray is not set, the input signal of IC600- becomes high level.

TRAY #1 is set TRAY #1 is not set

Signal (IC600-B14pin) Low level High level

7.12.9. HOME SENSOR


This sensor detects whether the carriage is at its home position or not. When the carriage is at its home position, a shelter plate closes the sensor light. So the photo-transistor turns off and the input signal of IC604-110pin becomes high level. When the carriage is not at its home position, a shelter plate lets the sensor light pass. So the photo-transistor turns on and the input signal of IC604-110pin becomes low level.

A carriage is at home. A carriage is not at home.

Photo-transistor OFF ON

Signal (IC604-110pin) High level Low level

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7.12.10. READ POSITION SENSOR


This sensor detects the front edge of the document. When the front edge of the document is detected, the shelter plate closes the sensor light. So the photo-transistor turns off and the input signal of IC604-111pin becomes high level. When the front edge of the document is not detected, the shelter plate lets the sensor light pass. So the photo-transistor turns on and the input signal of IC604-111pin becomes low level.

A document exits No document

Photo-transistor OFF ON

Signal (IC604-111pin) High level Low level

7.12.11. REGISTRATION SENSOR


This sensor detects whether the recording paper is at the sensor position. When the recording paper is detected, the shelter plate lets the sensor light pass. So the photo-transistor turns on, and input signal of IC604-112pin becomes low level. When the recording paper is not detected, the shelter plate closes the sensor light. So the photo-transistor turns off, and input signal of IC604-112pin becomes high level.

Paper exits No paper

Photo-transistor ON OFF

Signal (IC604-112pin) Low level High level

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7.12.12. PRINT TIMING SENSOR


This sensor detects whether the recording paper is at the printing position. When the recording paper is detected, the shelter plate lets the sensor light pass. So the photo-transistor turns on, and input signal of IC604-113pin becomes low level. When the recording paper is not detected, the shelter plate closes the sensor light. So the photo-transistor turns off, and input signal of IC604-113pin becomes high level.

Paper exits No paper

Photo-transistor ON OFF

Signal (IC604-113pin) Low level High level

7.12.13. DOCUMENT SENSOR


This sensor detects whether a document is set in ADF or not. When a document is set in ADF, the shelter plate closes the sensor light. So the photo-transistor turns off, and input signal of IC604-115pin becomes high level. When a document is not set in ADF, the shelter plate lets the sensor light pass. So the photo-transistor turns on, and input signal of IC604-115pin becomes low level.

document exits No document

Photo-transistor OFF ON

Signal (IC604-115pin) High level Low level

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7.12.14. MANUAL PAPER SENSOR


This sensor detects whether there are recording papers in the paper tray #2 or not. When there are recording papers in the tray, the input signal of IC604-116pin becomes low level. When there are no recording papers in the tray, the input signal of IC604-116pin becomes high level.

Paper exits No paper

Photo-transistor OFF ON

Signal (IC604-116pin) High level Low level

7.12.15. ADF COVER SENSOR


This switch detects whether ADF cover is opened or closed. When ADF cover is opened, the input signal of IC604-117pin becomes high level. When ADF cover is closed, the input signal of IC604-117pin becomes low level.

Cover open Cover close

Signal (IC604-117pin) High level Low level

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7.12.16. FB COVER SENSOR


This switch detects whether FLATBED cover is opened or closed. When FLATBED cover is opened, the input signal of IC604-118pin becomes high level. When FLATBED cover is closed, the input signal of IC604-118pin becomes low level.

Cover open Cover close

Signal (IC604-118pin) High level Low level

7.12.17. TOP COVER SENSOR


The Switches detect whether the printer cover is open or closed. When the printer cover is closed, the switches turn ON, and the input signal of IC604-97pin becomes a high level. When the printer cover is open, the switches turns OFF, and the input signal of IC604-97pin becomes a low level.

Open Close

Switch OFF ON

Signal (IC604-97pin) Low level High level

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7.12.18. TONER SENSOR.... TONER EMPTY, TONER LOW, CHANGE DRUM


The Sensor detects whether or not the Drum unit and the toner are present. When there is not Drum unit, Hall IC (IC40) turns off, and the input signal of IC604-95pin (Digital P.C.B) becomes a High level over 9s. When the Developer unit is set, Hall IC (IC40) turns ON/OFF. If the time of IC604-95pins Low level is under 600ms, there is enough toner in Developer unit, if not, toner is near empty.

Toner Sensor The rest of toner is detected by the move speed of the magnet put on the pendulum of Mixing Paddle. The pendulum is pushed up by the Mixing Paddle, then it falls down by its own weight. The rotation speed of paddle is set slower than the one of pendulum which falls down by its own weight. When the toner is still left, the pendulum falls and stops on the toner, then pushed by the paddle, it starts to rotate. When no toner is left, the pendulum falls to the bottom. Consequently the contact time between the magnet and steel becomes short when toner is left and long with no toner.
State Toner Set (full) Near Empty Toner Mixing Paddle does not rotate (CHANGE DRUM) Display TONER LOW CHANGE DRUM Signal (IC604-95pin) Low level = about 0.3s Low level>0.6s High level fix or Low level fix

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7.12.18.1. TONER DETECTION FLOW


NOTE: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

CAUTION: 1. Toner low can be judged by continuous 5-times TONER LOW signal at only printing. (It is not executed at.) 2. Toner full can be judged by continuous 3-times TONER FULL signal at initialization. (It is not executed at printing.) 3. In the ordinal operation, CHECK DRUM is displayed when TONER EMPTY sensor does not generate a signal for 2.73 seconds.

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7.12.18.2. Drum Detection


NOTE: Refer to ERROR MESSAGE (DISPLAY) (P.5) for display message.

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7.12.19. OPTION CASSETTE COVER SENSOR


This switch detects whether the side cover of option cassette is opened or not. When the side cover is opened, the signal of IC600-P17pin becomes high level. When the side cover is closed and the option paper tray is set, the signal of IC600-P17pin becomes low level.

Cover open Cover close and tray set

Signal (IC600-P17pin) High level Low level

7.12.20. OPTION CASSETTE PAPER SENSOR


This switch detects whether there are recording papers in the paper tray #3. When there are recording papers in the tray, the input signal of IC600-R16pin becomes high level. When there are no recording papers in the tray, the input signal of IC600-R16pin becomes low level.

Recording paper exist No recording paper

Signal (IC600-R16pin) High level Low level

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7.12.21. OPTION CASSETTE PICKUP SENSOR


This switch detects whether a recording paper is picked up from option cassette. When there is a recording paper at the position of the switch, the input signal of IC604-89pin becomes low level. When there is no recording paper at the position of the switch, the input signal of IC604-89pin becomes high level.

Paper exist No paper

Signal (IC604-89pin) Low level High level

7.12.22. OPTION CASSETTE PAPER TRAY SENSOR


This switch detects whether the paper tray #3 is set or not. When the paper tray is set and side cover of option cassette is closed, the signal of IC600-P17pin becomes low level. When the paper tray is not set, the signal of IC600-P17pin becomes high level.

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7.12.23. OPTION HANDSET HOOK SWITCH


When the option handset is raised, the switch is turned off, and the signal of IC600-K16pin becomes low level. When the option handset is settled, the switch is turned on, and the signal of IC600-K16pin becomes high level.

ON HOOK OFF HOOK

Signal (IC600-K16pin) High level Low level

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7.13. OPERATION BOARD SECTION


The unit consists of a LCD (Liquid crystal display), KEYs and LEDs (light-emitting diodes). They are controlled by the Gate Array (IC101) and ASIC (IC610: on the DIGITAL BOARD). The key matrix table is shown below.

LCD MODULE

ASIC CN103 CN613 IC604 CN102

GATE ARRAY IC IC101 8x5 KEYS MATRIX (Hard)

LED 3x2 KEYS MATRIX (Soft) DIGITAL BOARD OPERATION BOARD

1. Key Matrix a. Hard Scan


KSL0 KSL1 KSL2 KSL3 KSL4 KIN0 2 5 8 FLASH 0 KIN1 1 4 7 REDIAL * KIN2 3 6 9 MONITOR # KIN3 SET RESOLUTION KIN4 STOP Sorter Mode COPY START SCAN KIN5 FAX S1 S2 PAPER TRAY KIN6 MENU HELP CLEAR ZOOM CONTRAST KIN7 Caller ID Auto Answer S6 S7 S8

*LED7 should be set to KSL4. "8 x 5" key matrix is executed by hardware scanning. b. Soft Scan
SKS0 (XLED9) SKS1 (XLED10) SKIN0 (XLED11) ---------S9 KIN1 (XLED12) S5 S4 KIN2 (XLED13) S3 S10

2. LED AUTO ANSWER LED ON/OFF port---LED6 SORTER MODE LED ON/OFF port---LED3 FAX MODE LED ON/OFF port---XLED8 COPY MODE LED ON/OFF port---LED5 SCAN MODE LED ON/OFF port---LED2

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7.14. LCD SECTION


The Gate Array (IC101) works only for writing the ASCII code from the data bus (D4~D7). V0 is supplied for the crystal drive. R118 and R117 are density control resistors. Consequently, in this unit, the timing (positive clock) is generated by the LCD interface circuitry in the gate array (IC101).

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7.15. HVPS (High Voltage Power Supply) SECTION


7.15.1. HVPS SPECIFICATION
Output Characteristics Nominal Output Voltage Nominal Output Current Load Range Constant Current Range Charge (CHG) Constant current 4.35KV Grid Constant voltage 47510V Developing DC Developing AC Constant voltage Rectangular Wave 230V15V (50~300V) PWM20% 300M 300V15Vp-p 17.5KHz Transfer Constant current(Variable) 100M (1400V) -14.8A1A (0A~25A) PWM 35% 33.8M~284M -4200V~-500V Transfer + Constant voltage 800V100V

20015A

200A

1000M (1.25A) 10M~1000M

(19.4M) 4.1~4.6KV

100M~2000M

100M~2000M

As for the developing voltage, the DC voltage and AC voltage are overlapped and output from an output terminal. There is one terminal for transcription output and + and - are switched to be output.

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7.15.2. CHG-BIAS (Charge BIAS)/GRID/ UNIT


When CHG REM becomes L, IC604 turns ON the transistor Q614, and Charge BIAS (200A) is output from CHG OUTPUT. GRID BIAS is generated by the current flowing in the GRID circuit via charge wire and GRID.

7.15.3. DEV DC BIAS UNIT


When CHG REM is L, 5.425kHz PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) is input from IC604 to DEV CLK through Q611, developing voltage corresponding to the DUTY of PWM signal is output from DEV OUTPUT. Also DUTY is adjusted by the utilization of the developing unit and environmental temperature.

7.15.4. DEV AC BIAS UNIT


When 17.5kHz rectangular wave signal is input from IC600 to DEV AC through transistor Q639, 325 Vp-p 17.5 kHz rectangular wave of developing AC voltage is output from DEV OUTPUT. This voltage is overlapped with developing DC voltage and output as AC voltage that includes the development DC voltage.

7.15.5. TRA (+) BIAS (Transfer (+) BIAS)/TRA (-) BIAS (Transfer (-) BIAS) UNIT
When CHG REM is L and TRA CLK is open, Charge BIAS (200A) is output from CHG OUTPUT, and at the same time Transfer (+) BIAS (800V) is output from TRA OUTPUT. When 5.425kHz PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) signal is input to TRA CLK through transistor Q609, Transfer (-) CURRENT BIAS corresponding to PWM signal is output from TRA OUTPUT.

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7.16. HEAT LAMP CONTROL CIRCUIT


The temperature of the fixing part of the Fixing Unit is converted to a voltage by THERMISTOR and input to IC604-21pin. The heater turns ON/OFF the photo-coupler PC2 at the heater control port (IC604-41pin), and is turned ON/OFF at the triac SCR101. And two thermostats are set on the AC line as the safety devices.

1. Control at Printing a. After the printing signal is received, turn ON the heater. b. After that, turn ON the motor at the Primary Stable Temperature (170C). c. After that, control at the Secondary Stable temperature (205C), and feed papers.

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160C. b. The heater control circuit of IC604 has the built-in function that the software turns off the heater control automatically if the heater is not turned ON every a fixed time. c. When the temperature became over 250C, the heater control circuit of IC604 is turned off forcedly and system reset (IC604 pin 129 becomes Low) will be executed.

The correspondence readings between temperature measured by thermistor and HEX readings
Temperature [C] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 AD value 252 251 251 251 251 251 251 250 250 250 250 249 249 249 249 248 248 248 248 247 247 247 246 246 246 245 245 245 244 244 243 243 243 242 HEX reading FC FB FB FB FB FB FB FA FA FA FA F9 F9 F9 F9 F8 F8 F8 F8 F7 F7 F7 F6 F6 F6 F5 F5 F5 F4 F4 F3 F3 F3 F2 Temperature [C] 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 AD value 202 200 199 198 197 196 195 193 192 191 190 188 187 186 184 183 182 181 179 178 177 175 174 173 171 170 168 167 166 164 163 162 160 159 HEX reading CA C8 C7 C6 C5 C4 C3 C1 C0 BF BE BC BB BA B8 B7 B6 B5 B3 B2 B1 AF AE AD AB AA A8 A7 A6 A4 A3 A2 A0 9F Temperature [C] 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 AD value 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 68 67 66 65 64 64 63 HEX reading 5D 5C 5B 5A 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 4F 4E 4D 4C 4B 4A 4A 49 48 47 46 45 44 44 43 42 41 40 40 3F

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Temperature [C] 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

AD value 242 241 241 240 240 239 239 238 238 237 236 236 235 235 234 233 233 232 231 231 230 229 228 228 227 226 225 224 224 223 222 221 220 219 218 217 216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203

HEX reading F2 F1 F1 F0 F0 EF EF EE EE ED EC EC EB EB EA E9 E9 E8 E7 E7 E6 E5 E4 E4 E3 E2 E1 E0 E0 DF DE DD DC DB DA D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 CF CE CD CC CB

Temperature [C] 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167

AD value 157 156 155 153 152 151 149 148 146 145 144 142 141 139 138 137 135 134 133 131 130 129 127 126 125 123 122 121 120 118 117 116 114 113 112 111 109 108 107 106 105 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 94

HEX reading 9D 9C 9B 99 98 97 95 94 92 91 90 8E 8D 8B 8A 89 87 86 85 83 82 81 7F 7E 7D 7B 7A 79 78 76 75 74 72 71 70 6F 6D 6C 6B 6A 69 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 5E

Temperature [C] 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250

AD value 62 61 61 60 59 58 58 57 56 56 55 54 54 53 52 52 51 50 50 49 49 48 48 47 46 46 45 45 44 44 43 43 42 42 41 41 40 40 39 39 38 38 37 37 37 36 36 35 35

HEX reading 3E 3D 3D 3C 3B 3A 3A 39 38 38 37 36 36 35 34 34 33 32 32 31 31 30 30 2F 2E 2E 2D 2D 2C 2C 2B 2B 2A 2A 29 29 28 28 27 27 26 26 25 25 25 24 24 23 23

Note: The value is displayed on LCD at TEST FUNCTIONS (P.91) [#815].

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The correspondence readings between temperature measured by fixing thermistor and HEX readings
Temperature [C] -20 -19 -18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 AD value 204 202 200 198 196 193 191 189 186 184 181 179 176 174 171 168 166 163 160 158 155 152 150 147 144 141 139 136 133 131 128 125 123 120 117 115 112 110 107 105 102 HEX reading CC CA C8 C6 C4 C1 BF BD BA B8 B5 B3 B0 AE AB A8 A6 A3 A0 9E 9B 98 96 93 90 8D 8B 88 85 83 80 7D 7B 78 75 73 70 6E 6B 69 66 Temperature [C] 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 AD value 86 84 82 80 78 76 74 72 70 68 67 65 63 61 60 58 57 55 54 52 51 50 48 47 46 45 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 31 30 HEX reading 56 54 52 50 4E 4C 4A 48 46 44 43 41 3F 3D 3C 3A 39 37 36 34 33 32 30 2F 2E 2D 2B 2A 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 1F 1F 1E Temperature [C] 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 AD value 25 24 23 23 22 22 21 21 20 20 19 19 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 HEX reading 19 18 17 17 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 0F 0F 0E 0E 0E 0D 0D 0D 0C 0C 0C 0C 0B 0B 0B 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 09 09

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Temperature [C] 21 22 23 24 25 26

AD value 100 97 95 93 91 88

HEX reading 64 61 5F 5D 5B 58

Temperature [C] 68 69 70 71 72 73

AD value 29 28 27 27 26 25

HEX reading 1D 1C 1B 1B 1A 19

Temperature [C] 115 116 117 118 119 120

AD value 9 9 8 8 8 8

HEX reading 09 09 08 08 08 08

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7.17. POWER SUPPLY BOARD SECTION


The power supply board circuit generates +3.3V, +6V, +12V and +24Vdc. It also supplies AC voltage to the halogen heat lamp in the fuser unit. The power supply board uses the switching regulator method.

Block Diagram
AC Input T1 Input Circuit Rectifier Circuit
C5, C55
A
+ +

G Kick-on Voltage Circuit D2 R5 R4 R3 R2 Converter Circuit C


Q1

24V
+

A-B Voltage Wave Form

Surge absorber circuit

3.3V Output Circuit

3.3V

0 C-D Voltage Wave Form

D
+

Reg. IC IC151

12V

Control Circuit
0

E
+ +

6V

IC1
E-F G-H Voltage Wave Form 0
O.C.L Over voltage

DGND F H PGND

Triac SCR1

Error Detecting Circuit PC1 Photo Triac Coupler PC2

PWRDWN HTRCTL

Heat Lamp

[Input Circuit] The input current goes into the input rectifier circuit through the filter circuit. The filter circuit decreases the noise voltage and the noise electric field strength. [Rectifier Circuit] The input circuit is rectified by D10 to D13 and charge C5 and C55 to make DC voltage. Then it supplies power to the converter circuit. [Kick-on Voltage Circuit] Bias is applied to the Q1 gate via this circuit when the AC power is turned on and Q1 begins operating.

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The following is an overview of how the power supply unit is controlled. The control method of this power supply unit is pulse width modulation. When Q1 is ON, the energy is charged in the transfer primary coil according to E1. When Q1 is OFF, the energy is output from the secondary transfer as follows. L D1 Load L Then the power is supplied to the Load. When Q1 is ON, power is not output from the secondary side. The output voltage is fed back in the control IC according to the error amp rectifier. Then depending on how TON is controlled, stabilization occurs. Also, when the current load becomes too large, in order to decrease the voltage output, the increase in is controlled and the output voltage is stabilized. Therefore, basically the timing: Ton/Toff of Q1 controls the output voltage.

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[Surge Absorber Circuit] This circuit is for absorbing surge voltage generated by the transformer. [Control Circuit and Detecting Circuit] The control circuit amplifies the output with increased voltage detected in the error detecting circuit. Then it drives the main transistor. In this power supply, the duty ratio is defined by changing the ON period of the main transistor. This is shown as follows. When the output voltage of the 24V circuit increases, the current of the photo coupler PC1 increases, the pulse width of the output control IC becomes narrower and the ON period of Q1 becomes shorter. [Over Current Limiter (O.C.L)] The highest drain current of Q1 is limited by a limit current function of IC1. The 24V output is limited by this function. [Over Voltage Circuit] If the 24V output increases because the error detecting circuit or control circuit is broken, IC1 will recognize this signal and output becomes 0V. D104, D275 and D503 also prevent over voltage. [3.3V Output Circuit] This circuit is composed of DC-DC converter method. Dummy load method (to quickly check the power supply output) Refer to POWER SUPPLY BOARD SECTION (P.196).

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8 REFERENCE MATERIALS DATA


8.1.
8.1.1.

PRINTING OPERATION PRINCIPLE


PROCESS CHART AND PROCESS BIAS

8.1.2.

CHARGING

Charging is the stage that keeps the surface of the sensitive drum a fixed electric potential. The sensitive drum is the Organic Photo Conductor (OPC), which is a electric conductive cylinder whose surface is covered with the Charge Generation Transfer Layer (CGTL). When the charging bias is added and the plus charge is supplied to the opc surface while charging, the whole surface potential of the drum is +475V.

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8.1.3.

EXPOSING

When the drum which is charged with the fixed electric charge is irradiated by the laser beam, the plus charge and minus charge are generated at the Charge Generation Transfer Layer. Passing through the Charge Generation Transfer Layer which conducts the minus charge, the plus-charged drums surface is neutralized to be skipped. Then the plus charge goes to the ground from the electric conductive cylinder. Consequently the charge of the part which is not exposed remains as it is, and the electric potential of the scanned part changes. At that time an invisible image is created on the drum.

Exposing Part

8.1.4.

LASER SCANNING UNIT LOCATIONS

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8.1.5.

DEVELOPING AND TRANSCRIPTION

The developing is the stage that the OPC drum with an invisible image is changed to visible by the toner. The drum unit consists of mixing paddle, toner supply roller, developing roller, developing blade, charge wire, grid plate and OPC drum. The bias voltage is added to the developing roller and toner supply roller. Firstly the toner is mixed up in the mixing paddle and plus-charged by triboelectricity, then led to the toner supply roller. Secondly the potential difference causes to send the toner to the developing roller from the toner supply roller. The supplied toner to the developing roller is kept to a certain layer thickness by the developing blade and also it is charged by triboelectricity. Consequently the toner is transferred to the surface of the exposed OPC drum by the potential difference between the developing roller and OPC drums surface. The transfer is the stage that the created image on the OPC drum is transferred to the paper. When the transfer roller is minuscharged with the image, the plus-charged toner particles are gathered on the surface of the drum and transferred to the paper.

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8.1.6.

CLEANING OF TRANSFER ROLLER

The toner attached to the surface of the OPC drum is transferred to the paper at the transcription stage, but a part of the toner remains. The cleaning is the stage that cleans the remain toner after the transcription stage. The remain toner on the drum and the toner which was attached to the place where the laser beam didnt scan are gathered to the developing roller to be used again. After paper jam or replacing toner and drum unit, the transfer roller is plus-charged to eliminate the plus-charged toner.

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8.1.7.

FIXING

On the process of the transfer, the transferred toner is weakly attached on the paper. Fixing means the process to fix the toner on the paper permanently. The fixing part melts the toner at the high temperature using the halogen heater. The toner is fixed on the paper by the heat and pressure through the fixing part with the image. The surface of the heat roller is rosined by Teflon and lubricated to prevent from attaching the toners. The press roller is made of silicon, and its spring compresses the melted toner.

Fixing Part

The fixing part becomes high temperature, so the thermistor and the thermal fuse are provided. 1. Thermistor The thermistor touches the heat roller and check the temperature to feed back to the control circuit. The surface temperature should be kept 205C while printing. 2. Thermostat The thermostat takes the same role with the thermal fuse. The thermostat is located near the heat roller, and it turns OFF the power when the temperature around the thermostat becomes over 160C.

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8.2.
8.2.1.

TERMINAL GUIDE OF THE ICs TRANSISTORS AND DIODES


DIGITAL BOARD

8.2.2.

ANALOG BOARD

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8.2.3.

OPERATION BOARD

8.2.4.

AFE BOARD

8.2.5.

LAN BOARD

8.2.6.

CASSETTE RELAY BOARD

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8.2.7.

HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD

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8.2.8.

LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD

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8.3.
8.3.1.

HOW TO REPLACE A FLAT PACKAGE IC


PREPARATION 8.3.3. REMOVING SOLDER FROM BETWEEN PINS

PbF (: Pb free) Solder Soldering Iron Tip Temperature of 662F 50F (350C 10C) Note: We recommend a 30 to 40 Watt soldering iron. An expert may be able to use a 60 to 80 Watt iron where someone with less experience could overheat and damage the PCB foil. Flux Recommended Flux: Specific Gravity 0.82. Type RMA (lower residue, non-cleaning type) Note: See ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free) (P.6).

1. Add a small amount of solder to the bridged pins. 2. With a hot iron, use a sweeping motion along the flat part of the pin to draw the solder from between the adjacent pads.

8.3.2.

PROCEDURE

1. Tack the flat pack IC to the PCB by temporarily soldering two diagonally opposite pins in the correct positions on the PCB.

Be certain each pin is located over the correct pad on the PCB. 2. Apply flux to all of the pins on the IC.

3. Being careful to not unsolder the tack points, slide the soldering iron along the tips of the pins while feeding enough solder to the tip so that it flows under the pins as they are heated.

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8.4.

DIGITAL BOARD SECTION

When the unit fails to boot up the system, take the troubleshooting procedures very carefully. It may have a serious problem. The symptom: No response when the power is turned on. (No LCD display, and keys are not accepted.) The first step is to check the power source. If there is no problem with the power supply unit, the problem may lie in the digital unit (main board). As there are many potential causes in this case (ASIC, DRAM, etc.), it may be difficult to specify what you should check first. If a mistake is made in the order of checks, a normal part may be determined faulty, wasting both time and money. Although the tendency is to regard the problem as a serious one (IC malfunction, etc.), usually most cases are caused by solder faults (poor contact due to a tunnel in the solder, signal short circuit due to solder waste).

Note: 1. Electrical continuity may have existed at the factory check, but a faulty contact occurred as a result of vibration, etc., during transport. 2. Solder waste remaining on the board may get caught under the IC during transport, causing a short circuit. Before we begin mass production, several hundred trial units are produced at the plant, various tests are applied and any malfunctions are analyzed. (In past experiences, digital IC (especially, DRAM and ROM) malfunctions are extremely rare after installation in the product.) This may be repaired by replacing the IC, (DRAM etc.). However, the real cause may not have been an IC malfunction but a soldering fault instead. Soldering faults difficult to detect with the naked eye are common, particularly for ASIC and RA (Resistor Array). But if you have an oscilloscope, you can easily determine the problem site or IC malfunction by checking the main signal lines. Even if you dont have such a measuring instrument, by checking each main signal line and resoldering it, in many cases the problem will be resolved. An explanation of the main signals (for booting up the unit) is presented below.

What are the main signals for booting up the unit? Please refer to DIGITAL BLOCK DIAGRAM (P.203). The ASIC (IC600) controls all the other digital ICs. When the power is turned on, the ASIC retrieves the operation code stored in the ROM (IC602), then follows the instructions for controlling each IC. All ICs have some inner resistors that are assigned to a certain address. It is the address bus by which the ASIC designates the location inside each IC. And the data bus reads or writes the data in order to transmit the instructions from the ASIC to the ICs. These signal lines are all controlled by voltages of 3.3V (H) or 0V (L).

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8.4.1.

NG EXAMPLE

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8.5.
8.5.1.

MODEM SECTION
FUNCTION

The unit uses MODEM (IC600) that serves as an interface between the control section for FAX transmission and reception and the telephone line. During a transmitting operation, the digital image signals are modulated and sent to the telephone line. During a receiving operation, the analog image signals which are received via the telephone line are demodulated and converted into digital image signals. The communication format and procedures for FAX communication are standardized by ITU-T. MODEM has hardware which sends and detects all of the necessary signals for FAX communication. It can be controlled by writing commands from the ASIC (IC606: inside ASIC). This MODEM also sends DTMF signals, generates a call tone (from the speaker), and detects a busy tone and dial tones. Overview of Facsimile Communication Procedures (ITU-T Recommendation): 1. ON CCITT (International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee) The No. XIV Group of ITU-T, one of the four permanent organizations of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), investigates and make recommendations on international standards for facsimiles. 2. Definition of Each Group Group I (G1) Official A-4 size documents without using formats which reduce the band width of a signal are sent over telephone lines. Determined in 1968. Transmission for about 6 minutes at a scanning line density of 3.85 lines/mm. Group II (G2) Using reduction technology in the modulation/demodulation format, an A-4 size document is sent at an official scanning line density of 3.85 lines/mm for about 3 minutes. Methods to suppress redundancy are not used. Determined in 1976. Group III (G3) Method of suppressing redundancy in the image signal prior to modulation is used. An A-4 size document is sent within about one minute. Determined in 1980. Group IV (G4) Transmission is via the data network. A method is provided for suppressing redundancy in signals prior to transmission, and error-free reception of transmission is possible. The scope of these facsimile applications is not limited simply to transmission of written statements. Through symbiotic linkages with other communication methods, it can be expected to expand to include integrated services. 3. Facsimile Call Time Series As shown in the following diagram, the facsimile call time series is divided into five phases.

Phase A : Call setting Call setting can be manual/automatic. Phase B : Pre-message procedure Phase B is a pre-processing procedure and sequence for confirming the status of the terminal, transmission route, etc., and for terminal control. It implements terminal preparation status, determines and displays terminal constants, confirms synchronization status, etc. and prepares for transmission of facsimile messages. Phase C : Message transmission

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Phase C is the procedure for the transmitting facsimile messages. Phase D : Post message procedure Phase D is the procedure for confirming that the message is completed and received. For continuous transmission, phase B or phase C is repeated for transmission. Phase E : Call retrieval Phase E is the procedure for call retrieval, that is for circuit disconnection. 4. Concerning Transmission Time Transmission Time = Control Time + Image Transmission Time + Hold Time

Transmission time consists of the following. Control time: This is time at the start of transmission when the functions at the sending and receiving sides are confirmed, the transmission mode is established, and transmission and reception are synchronized. Image transmission time: This is the time required for the transmission of document contents (image data). In general, this time is recorded in the catalog, etc. Hold time: This is the time required after the document contents have been sent to confirm that the document was actually sent, and to check for telephone reservations and/or the existence of continuous transmission. 5. Facsimile Standards
Item Connection Control Mode Terminal Control Mode Facsimile Signal Format Modulation Mode Transmission Speed Redundancy Compression Process (Coding Mode) Resolution Line Synchronization Signal 1 Line Transmission Time [ms/line] Telephone Network Facsimile G3 Machine Telephone Network Signal Mode T. 30 Binary Digital PSK (V. 27 ter) or QAM (V. 29) 300 bps (Control Signal) 2400, 4800, 7200, 9600, 12000, 14400 bps (FAX Signal) 1 dimension: MH Mode 2 dimension: MR Mode (K=2.4) Main Scan: 8 pel/mm Sub Scan: 3.85, 7.7l/mm EOL Signal Depends on the degree of data reduction. Minimum Value: 10, 20 Can be recognized in 40ms.

6. Explanation of Communication and Compression Technology a. G3 Communication Signals (T. 30 Binary Process) For G3 Facsimile communication, this is the procedure for exchanging control signals between the sending and receiving machines both before and after transmission of image signals. Control signals at 300 bps FSK are: 1850 Hz...0, 1650Hz...1. An example of a binary process in G3 communication is shown below.

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Explanation of Signals Control signals are comprised mainly of 8-bit identification signals and the data signals added to them. Data signals are added to DIS and DCS signals. Signal.....DIS (Digital Identification Signal) Identification Signal Format.....00000001 Function: Notifies the capacity of the receiving unit. The added data signals are as follows. Signal.....DCS (Digital Command Signal) Identification Signal Format.....X1000001 Example (Some models do not support the following items.):
Bit No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DIS/DTC Transmitter --- T.2 operation Receiver --- T.2 operation T.2 IOC = 176 Transmitter --- T.3 operation Receiver --- T.3 operation Reserved for future T.3 operation features Reserved for future T.3 operation features. Reserved for future T.3 operation features. Transmitter --- T.4 operation Receiver --- T.4 operation DCS Receiver --- T.2 operation T.2 IOC = 176 Receiver --- T.3 operation

Receiver --- T.4 operation

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Bit No. 11, 12, 13, 14 0, 0, 0, 0 0, 1, 0, 0 1, 0, 0, 0 1, 1, 0, 0 0, 0, 1, 0 0, 1, 1, 0 1, 0, 1, 0 1, 1, 1, 0 0, 0, 0, 1 0, 1, 0, 1 1, 0, 0, 1 1, 1, 0, 1 0, 0, 1, 1 0, 1, 1, 1 1, 0, 1, 1 1, 1, 1, 1 15 16 17, 18 (0, 0) (0, 1)

(1, 0)

(1, 1) 19, 20 (0, 0) (0, 1) (1, 0) (1, 1) 21, 22, 23 (0, 0, 0) (0, 0, 1) (0, 1, 0) (1, 0, 0) (0, 1, 1) (1, 1, 0) (1, 0, 1) (1, 1, 1) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 (0) (1) 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

DIS/DTC Data signaling rate V.27 ter fall back mode V.27 ter V.29 V.27 ter and V.29 Not used Reserved Not used V.27 ter and V.29 and V.33 Not used Reserved Not used V.27 ter and V.29 and V.33 and V.17 Not used Reserved Not used Reserved R87.7 lines/mm and/or 200200 pels/25.4mm Two-dimensional coding capability Recording width capabilities 1728 picture elements along scan line length of 215 mm 1% 1728 picture elements along scan line length of 215 mm 1% 2048 picture elements along scan line length of 255 mm 1% 2432 picture elements along scan line length of 303 mm 1% 1728 picture elements along scan line length of 215 mm 1% 2048 picture elements along scan line length of 255 mm 1% Invalid Maximum recording length capability A4 (297 mm) Unlimited A4 (297 mm) and B4 (364 mm) Invalid Minimum scan line time capability of the receiver 20 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = T3.85 40 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = T3.85 10 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = T3.85 5 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = T3.85 10 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = 1/2 T3.85 20 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = 1/2 T3.85 40 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = 1/2 T3.85 0 ms at 3.85 l/mm: T7.7 = T3.85 Extend field 2400 bit/s handshaking Uncompressed mode Error correction mode Set to 0. Error limiting mode Reserved for G4 capability on PSTN T.6 coding capability Extend field Validity of bits 17, 18 Bits 17, 18 are valid Bits 17, 18 are invalid Recording width capability 1216 picture elements along scan line length of 151 mm 1% Recording width capability 864 picture elements along scan line length of 107 mm 1% Recording width capability 1728 picture elements along scan line length of 151 mm 1% Recording width capability 1728 picture elements along scan line length of 107 mm 1% Reserved for future recording width capability. Reserved for future recording width capability. Extend field R815.4 lines/mm 300300 pels/25.4 mm R1615.4 lines/mm and/or 400400 pels/25.4 mm

DCS Data signaling rate 2400 bit/s, V.27 ter 4800 bit/s, V.27 ter 9600 bit/s, V.29 7200 bit/s, V.29 14400 bit/s, V.33 12000 bit/s, V.33 Reserved Reserved 14400 bit/s, V.17 12000 bit/s, V.17 9600 bit/s, V.17 7200 bit/s, V.17 Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved R87.7 lines/mm and/or 200200 pels/25.4mm Two-dimensional coding capability Recording width 1728 picture elements along scan line length of 215 mm 1% 2432 picture elements along scan line length of 303 mm 1%

2048 picture elements along scan line length of 255 mm 1% Invalid Maximum recording length A4 (297 mm) Unlimited B4 (364 mm) Invalid Minimum scan line time 20 ms 40 ms 10 ms 5 ms

0 ms Extend field 2400 bit/s handshaking Uncompressed mode Error correction mode Frame size 0 = 256 octets 1 = 64 octets Error limiting mode Reserved for G4 capability on PSTN T.6 coding enabled Extend field Recording width Recording width indicated by bits 17, 18 Recording width indicated by this field bit information Middle 1216 elements of 1728 picture elements Middle 864 elements of 1728 picture elements Invalid Invalid

Extend field R815.4 lines/mm 300300 pels/25.4 mm R1615.4 lines/mm and/or 400400 pels/25.4 mm

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Bit No. 44

DIS/DTC Inch based resolution preferred

45 46 47 48

Metric based resolution preferred Minimum scan line time capability for higher resolutions 0: T15.4 = T7.7 1: T15.4 = 1/2T7.7 Selective Polling capability Extend field

DCS Resolution type selection 0: neuritic based resolution 1: inch based resolution Dont care Dont care Set to 0. Extend field

Note 1 - Standard facsimile units conforming to T.2 must have the following capability: Index of cooperation (IOC)=264. Note 2 - Standard facsimile units conforming to T.3 must have the following capability: Index of cooperation (IOC)=264. Note 3 - Standard facsimile units conforming to T.4 must have the following capability: Paper length=297 mm.
Signal Training 1 Identification Signal Format Function A fixed pattern is transmitted to the receiving side at a speed (2400 to 14400 bps) designated by DCS, and the receiving side optimizes the automatic equalizer, etc., according to this signal. Sends 0 continuously for 1.5 seconds at the same speed as the training signal. Notifies the sending side that TCF has been properly received. If TCF is not properly received, FTT (Failure To Train) X0100010 is relayed to the sender. The sender then reduces the transmission speed by one stage and initiates training once again. Used for reconfirming the receiving side like training 1. Sends 12 bits (0...01 6 times) to the receiver at the same speed as the image signal and notifies completion of transmission of the first sheet. End of one communication End of 1 page reception Phase E starts. Completion of transmission of 1 page. If there are still more documents to be sent, they are output instead of EOP. After MCF reception, the sender transmits an image signal of the second sheet. If there is an operator call from the sender, it is output after RTC. This is output when an operator call is received.

TCF (Training Check) CFR (Confirmation to Receive)

X0100001

Training 2 Image Signal RTC (Return to Control) EOP (End of Procedure) MCF (Message Confirmation) DCN (Disconnect) MPS (Multi-Page Signal)

Refer to the next page.

X1110100 X0110001 X1011111 X1110010

PRI-EOP X1111100 (Procedural Interrupt-EOP) PIP X0110101 (Procedural Interrupt Positive)

b. Redundancy Compression Process Coding Mode This unit uses one-dimensional MH format.

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8.6.
8.6.1.

TEST CHART
ITU-T No.1 TEST CHART

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8.6.2.

ITU-T No.2 TEST CHART

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9 FIXTURES AND TOOLS

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10 CABINET, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION


10.1. OPERATION PANEL SECTION

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10.2. PRINTER COVER SECTION (1)

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10.3. PRINTER COVER SECTION (2)

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10.4. ADF SECTION

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10.5. PRINTER COVER SECTION (3)

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10.6. MANUAL TRAY SECTION

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10.7. MULTI ROLLER SECTION

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10.8. UPPER MAIN CABINET SECTION

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10.9. FUSER SECTION

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10.10. REAR COVER SECTION

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10.11. MOTOR SECTION

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10.12. GEAR CHASSIS SECTION

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10.13. LOWER MAIN CABINET SECTION

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10.14. SORTER FRAME AND DOCUMENT TRAY SECTION

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10.15. CASSETTE SECTION

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10.16. SORTER SIDE SECTION

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10.17. SCREW AND LEAD WIRE LAYOUT OF SORTER

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10.18. SORTER MAIN SECTION

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10.19. SORTER TOP SECTION

10.20. HANDSET CRADCE SECTION

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10.21. KX-FA101E PAPER CASSETTE SECTION (OPTION)

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10.21.1. FRAME SECTION (1)

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10.21.2. FRAME SECTION (2)

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10.21.3. LOWER CASSETTE SECTION

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10.22. KX-FA102E LAN BOARD (OPTION)

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10.23. ACTUAL SIZE OF SCREWS AND WASHER

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11 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS

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12 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST


RTL (Retention Time Limited) Notes: 1. The marking (RTL) indicates that the Retention Time is limited for this item. After the discontinuation of this assembly in production, the item will continue to be available for a specific period of time. The retention period of availability is dependent on the type of assembly, and in accordance with the laws governing parts and product retention. After the end of this period, the assembly will no longer be available. 2. Important safety notice Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only manufactures specified parts. 3. The S mark means the part is one of some identical parts. For that reason, it may be different from the installed part. 4. ISO code (Example : ABS-HB) of the remarks column shows quality of the material and a flame resisting grade about plastics. 5. RESISTORS & CAPACITORS Unless otherwise specified; All resistors are in ohms () k=1000, M=1000k All capacitors are in MICRO FARADS (F) P=F *Type & Wattage of Resistor
Ref. No. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Part No. PFBC1141Z2 PFBC1142Z2 PFGE1020Z1 PFBX1243Z2 PFBX1242Z2 PFBX1241Z2 PFBC1143Z2 PFGE1019Z1 Part Name & Description PUSH BUTTON,START PUSH BUTTON,STOP COVER PUSH BUTTON,FCS PUSH BUTTON,FUNCTION PUSH BUTTON,STATION PUSH BUTTON,NAVIGATOR COVER Remarks ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB

12.1.2. PRINTER COVER SECTION (1)


Ref. No. 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 Part No. PFQT2488Z PFHX1897X PFHX1887X N2GADE000001 PFUV1078Z PFDF1111Z PFJS22N32Z PFJS11N39Z PFJS30N33Z PFJS03N35Z PFLB1K003 PFHX1934Z PFJE1067Z PFHE1205Z Not used PFHX1852Z L6HAHCJK0003 PFHX1851Z PFMH1152Z PFDG1385Z PFDE1229Z PFDE1170Z PFNPD031054C WLL20YG20M3M WLL20YG6M3M PFDV1002Z PFUV1079Z Not used PFHX1798Z PFMH1153Z PFDE1230Z PFUS1652Z PFHX1847Z PFHX1848Z PFDE1231Z PFKM1157X1 PFUS1683Z PFHX1846Z PFQT2394Z PFQT2401Z PQLB1E PFHX1990Z PFHG1271Z Part Name & Description INDICATION PLATE-LABEL SPACER COVER IMAGE SENSOR COVER SHAFT CONNECTOR, 22 PIN CONNECTOR, 11 PIN CONNECTOR, 30 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN INSULATOR COVER LEAD WIRE COVER COVER DC MOTOR COVER FRAME GEAR PULLEY PULLEY WASHER LEAD WIRE LEAD WIRE FLAT BELT COVER PLASTIC PARTS,SHEET CHASSIS PULLEY COIL SPRING HEAT SHIELD PARTS HEAT SHIELD PARTS LEVER CABINET BODY COIL SPRING COVER LABEL LABEL INSULATOR SHEET,CORE RUBBER, CCD MODULE Remarks

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

PS-V0

POM-HB

POM-HB PS-HB

12.1. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS


12.1.1. OPERATION PANEL SECTION
Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part No. PFGV1019Z PFGD1053Z PFGP1329R PFGG1270Z2 PFGV1016Z PFGX1022Z PFGG1227R2 PFJS07N34Z PFBX1240Z2 Part Name & Description TRANSPARENT PLATE CARD PANEL GRILLE COVER PUSH BUTTON GRILLE CONNECTOR, 7 PIN PUSH BUTTON,DIAL Remarks

12.1.3. PRINTER COVER SECTION (2)


Ref. No. 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 Part No. PF0G1008Z PF0G1009Z PFHE1186Z PFHE1185Z PFUS1682Z PFMH1155Z PFBS1001Y3 PFHX1796Z PFHX1845Z Part Name & Description TRANSPARENT PLATE,GLASS TRANSPARENT PLATE,GLASS TAPE TAPE TORSION SPRING METAL PARTS KNOB PLASTIC PARTS COVER Remarks

PS-HB ABS-HB PS-HB ABS-HB

ABS-HB

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Ref. No. 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109

Part No. PFHE1184Z PFHX1846Z PFUS1618X PFDF1149Z PFDR1085Z PFUS1619X PFHE1183Z PFKM1156X1 PFUS1621Z PFDR1066Z PFZXFLB851M

Part Name & Description TAPE COVER TORSION SPRING SHAFT ROLLER TORSION SPRING TAPE CABINET BODY BAR SPRING ROLLER CABINET BODY ASSY

Remarks

Ref. No. 177

Part No. PFHX1937Z

Part Name & Description SHEET,ADF EARTH

Remarks

12.1.5. PRINTER COVER SECTION (3)


Ref. No. 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 Part No. PFHE1178Z PFHR1475Z PFMH1159Z PFDJ1042Z PFDS1019Z PFUS1269Y PFDG1294Z PFHX1518Z PFUG1018Y PFDE1240Y PFUS1719Z PFDF1121Z PFUS1681Z PFDE1241X PFMH1109Z PFMH1177Y PFUS1615Y PFHR1507Y PFDE1244Z Not used PFHE1225Z PFHE1226Z PFHE1227X XWE4E8FJ Part Name & Description SPACER GUIDE METAL PARTS SPACER ROLLER COIL SPRING GEAR PLASTIC PARTS GUIDE LEVER TORSION SPRING SHAFT TORSION SPRING LEVER METAL PARTS CHASSIS COIL SPRING CAM LEVER SPACER SPACER SPACER WASHER Remarks

PS-HB POM-HB

POM-HB

12.1.4. ADF SECTION


Ref. No. 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 Part No. PFDR1065Z PFDG1413Z PFDG1417Z PFDG1416Z XUC2FJP PFDE1244Z PFHR1479Z PFDF1126Z PFDJ1044Y PFUS1325Z PFDG1455X PFDR1064Z PFDF1125Z XUC3FJP PFDE1247Y PFDF1095Z PFDJ1044Z PFUS1624Y PFHG1222Z PFKV1105X1 PFZCFLB851M Not used PFUS1627Y Not used PFUS1620Z PFMH1195Y PFDG1297Z PFDG1245Z PFDG1177Z PFUV1080X PFDG1410Z PFDR1063X PFDF1138Y PFJV1006Z WLL20YG17M3M L6HAHCJK0004 PFHX1851Z PFMH1160Z PFDG1409Z PFNPD041065C PFDG1408Z PFDG1414Z PFJS06N38Z PFJS04N37Z PFKV1106Y1 PFUS1625Y PFUS1626Y PFDE1245Z PFDE1242Z PFUS1629Z PFDR1062Z PFDG1415Y PFDJ1083Y PFDN1076Y PFDJ1083Z PFUE1024X PFNPB031054 Part Name & Description ROLLER GEAR GEAR GEAR RETAINING RING LEVER GUIDE SHAFT SPACER COIL SPRING GEAR ROLLER SHAFT RETAINING RING LEVER SHAFT SPACER COIL SPRING RUBBER PARTS COVER RUBBER KIT,SEPARATION BAR SPRING ABS-HB COIL SPRING METAL PARTS GEAR GEAR GEAR COVER GEAR ROLLER SHAFT METAL PARTS LEAD WIRE DC MOTOR COVER CHASSIS GEAR SPACER GEAR GEAR CONNECTOR, 6 PIN CONNECTOR, 4 PIN COVER COIL SPRING COIL SPRING LEVER LEVER TORSION SPRING ROLLER GEAR SPACER ROLLER SPACER FRAME WASHER Remarks

POM-HB PS-HB POM-HB

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

POM-HB

POM-HB

POM-HB

12.1.6. MANUAL TRAY SECTION


S PS-HB Ref. No. 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 Part No. PFKS1115Z1 PFQT2489Y PFKS1114Y1 PFKS1113Z1 PFUS1565Z PFKS1111Z1 PFHG1154Z PFDG1015Y PFUS1222Z PFKS1112Y1 PFKR1080Z1 PFKR1079Z1 PFKV1103Z1 PFQT2556Z PFUS1630Y PFUA1062Z PFUS1560Z PFDE1236Z PFDG1407Z PFDG1403Z PFDG1402Z PFDE1238Z PFDG1401Z L9AAACEB0008 Part Name & Description TRAY LABEL TRAY TRAY COIL SPRING TRAY RUBBER PARTS GEAR COIL SPRING TRAY GUIDE GUIDE COVER LABEL TORSION SPRING CHASSIS TORSION SPRING LEVER GEAR GEAR GEAR SPACER GEAR PLUNGER Remarks PS-HB ABS-HB PS-HB PS-HB POM-HB PS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB PS-HB

PS-HB POM-HB PS-HB

ABS-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POIM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

PS-HB

12.1.7. MULTI ROLLER SECTION


Ref. No. 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 Part No. PQDR9685Y PFHR1474Z PFUS1566Z PFHR1473Z PFJS03N19Z PFUG1019Z PFDG1386Z PFDR1018Z Part Name & Description ROLLER GUIDE COIL SPRING GUIDE CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CHASSIS GEAR ROLLER Remarks POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB PC+ABSHB POM-HB POM-HB

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

POM-HB PS-HB

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Ref. No. 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282

Part No. PFDN1048Z PFDR1061Y PFDR1045Z PFUS1567Z PFDJ1083Z PFDN1074Z PFHG1155Z PFHR1472Z PFUS1425Z PFDJ1038Z PFDE1234Z PFDJ1083Y PFDG1419Z PFDE1251Z PFDG1399Z

Part Name & Description ROLLER ROLLER ROLLER BAR SPRING SPACER ROLLER RUBBER PARTS GUIDE COIL SPRING SPACER LEVER SPACER GEAR SPACER GEAR

Remarks

ABS-HB

ABS-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

Ref. No. 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363

Part No. PFDG1419Z PFDE1251Z Not Used PFKM1166Y1 PFQT2490Z PFJV1009Z PFHX1937Z PFSE1025Z PFSE1026Z PFQT2612Y PFQT2491W

Part Name & Description GEAR SPACER CABINET BODY INDICATION PLATE-LABEL DUCT SHEET,ADF EARTH SHEET,DUCT FAN LEAD/BRUSH DISCHARGE LABEL,CAUTION DUMPER LABEL,DRUM INSTALL

Remarks POM-HB POM-HB PS-5V

12.1.9. FUSER SECTION


Ref. No. 370 371 Part No. PFDS1016Y PFDJ1087Z Part Name & Description ROLLER SPACER Remarks

12.1.8. UPPER MAIN CABINET SECTION


Ref. No. 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 Part No. PFUG1021Y PFDF1136Z PFDJ1084Z PFDR1067Z PFDE1246Z PFDN1048Z PFUS1610Z PFDJ1098Z PFUS1611Z PFDG1418Z PFDJ1084Y PFUG1020Y PFDE1250Z PFDE1249Z PFJS03N21Z PFUS1592Z PFUE1036Z PFUG1022X PFDE1252Z WLL20YG27M3M PFUS1612Z PFUS1594Z PFUS1596Z PFHX1909Z PFUS1595Z PFUE1025Y PFDJ1044Z PF0G1006Z PFDN1080Z PFDG1420Z PFDJ1086Z PFUS1613Z PFDF1137Z PFDJ1086Y PFMH1158Z PFDG1398Z XUC4FJP PFDG1397Z PFDF1119Z PFJS03N53Z PFJS03N54Z PFUS1502Z PFHR1477Z PFHE1172Z PFJS02N18Z PFAS50P006Z PFHR1476Y PFDR1071Y PFDF1098Z PFUS1601Z PFDJ1085Z PFDN1079Z PFDJ1085Y Part Name & Description GUIDE SHAFT SPACER PULLEY CHASSIS ROLLER COIL SPRING SPACER COIL SPRING GEAR SPACER GUIDE LEVER LEVER CONNECTOR, 3 PIN TORSION SPRING PLASTIC PARTS GUIDE LEVER LEAD WIRE COIL SPRING COIL SPRING BAR SPRING COVER BAR SPRING AIR DUCT SPACER MIRROR ROLLER GEAR SPACER COIL SPRING SHAFT SPACER FRAME GEAR RETAINING RING GEAR SHAFT CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN TORSION SPRING COVER SPACER CONNECTOR, 2 PIN SPEAKER WEIGHT ROLLER SHAFT COIL SPRING SPACER ROLLER SPACER Remarks ABS-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

POLYTHE RIMIDEV0 PBT+GF3 0-V0 PBT+GF3 0-V0 POM-HB PBT+ABS GF30%V0 PPS-V0 PA+-V0 PA+-V0

372 373 374 375 376 377

PFUS1426Z PFHR1495Z PFHR1496Z PFDR1069Z PFUS1568Z PFUA1068Z

COIL SPRING LEVER LEVER ROLLER BAR SPRING CHASSIS

POM-HB 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 A4DP7K000001 PFDG1421Z PFDJ1089Z PFDS1015Y PFDJ1088Z PFJT1031Z PFMH1085Z K0BDB0000073 PFHX1881Z PFJT1032Z PJHR9224Z PFJT1030Z PFRT003 PFDG1423Z XUC2FJP PFDG1422Z PFUS1640Z PFDR1068Z PFUA1067Z HALOGEN LAMP GEAR SPACER ROLLER SPACER TERMINAL-TERMINAL PLATE METAL PARTS THERMOSTAT SPACER TERMINAL-TERMINAL PLATE SPACER TERMINAL-TERMINAL PLATE THERMISTOR GEAR RETAINING RING GEAR COIL SPRING ROLLER CHASSIS

PS-5V POM-HB POM-HB

PS-HB ABS-HB POM-HB

V0

POM-HB PA-V0

ABS-HB POM-HB

POM-HB POM-HB

PBT+ABS GF30%V0

12.1.10. REAR COVER SECTION


Ref. No. 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 Part No. WLR18YK39CM4 PQJP3A3Z PQLB1E1 KR06TT251508 WLR18YC10CC WLR18YA10CC PQHR945Z PQMX10010Z K0AALE000029 PFJS02P02Z PFMH1170Z PFMH1175Z XWC4BFJ PFDG1396Z PFDG1395Z PFMH1157Z PFMH1196Z PQLB1E1 L6FALDGK0001 Part Name & Description LEAD WIRE CONNECTOR, 3 PIN INSULATOR INSULATOR LEAD WIRE LEAD WIRE BAND COVER SWITCH,POWER CONNECTOR, 2 PIN COVER METAL PARTS WASHER GEAR GEAR CHASSIS METAL PARTS INSULATOR DC MOTOR Remarks

POM-HB

S S

POM-HB

ABS-HB

PS-HB POM-HB

POM-HB POM-HB

POM-HB

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Ref. No. 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438

Part No. PQHM112Z Not Used PFHR1508X PFKF1080C1 Not Used PFGT2856Z-M WLL20YG17M3M XWC3BFJ XUC4FJP PFLP1694MZ-E

Part Name & Description CLAMPER ARM CABINET COVER NAME PLATE, AL LEAD,MAIN EARTH WASHER RETAINING RING COVER

Remarks

POM-HB PS-5V

12.1.11. MOTOR SECTION


Ref. No. 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 Part No. PFMD1078Z PFUS1561Z L9AAACEB0007 PFDE1237Z PFNPD031054C PFDG1400Z PFDG1388Z PFNPD052080 PFHR1505Z L6CCKGEK0005 Part Name & Description CHASSIS COIL SPRING PLUNGER LEVER WASHER GEAR GEAR SPACER ANGLE DC MOTOR Remarks

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB PS-HB

Ref. No. 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543

Part No. WLL20YG27M3M PFUS1639Z PFUS1593Y PFUS1028Z PF0M1005Z PFUS1597Z PFUS1451Z PFUE1034Y PFUE1035Y PFUS1576Z PFUS1599Y PFUS1577Z PFUS1598Y PFUS1574Z PFUS1575Z LPA1604K PFHX1933Z PFHE1218Z PFHE1219Z PFHE1220Z PFHG1256Z PFHG1257Z PFHG1258Z PFHA1001Z PFQT2643Z PFHD1034Z

Part Name & Description LEAD WIRE COIL SPRING COIL SPRING LEAF SPRING MIRROR COIL SPRING COIL SPRING LEVER CHASSIS LEAF SPRING BAR SPRING LEAF SPRING BAR SPRING LEAF SPRING LEAF SPRING LASER PLASTIC PARTS SPACER SPACER SPACER RUBBER PARTS RUBBER PARTS RUBBER PARTS RUBBER PARTS LABEL, LASER CAOTION SCREW

Remarks

PS-HB PS-5V

12.1.12. GEAR CHASSIS SECTION


Ref. No. 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 Part No. PFDG1404Z PFDG1403Z PFDG1402Z PFDG1406Z PFDG1391Z PFDE1235Z PFUS1558Z L9AAACEB0008 PFUA1061Z PFDG1389Z PFDG1390Z PFDE1239Z PFDG1394Z PFDG1393Z PFUS1557Y PFUS1559Z PFDG1392Z PFDG1401Z PFDG1405Z Part Name & Description GEAR GEAR GEAR GEAR GEAR LEVER COIL SPRING PLUNGER CHASSIS GEAR GEAR ARM GEAR GEAR COIL SPRING TORSION SPRING GEAR GEAR GEAR Remarks POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

12.1.14. SORTER FRAME AND DOCUMENT TRAY SECTION


Ref. No. 550 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 560 561 562 563 564 565 566 567 568 Part No. PFUS1684Z WLL20YG13M3M PFMD1087Z PFKF1079Y1 PFHR1481Z PFHR1480Z PFKV1104Z1 PFDG1015Y PFUS1622Z PFKE1043Y1 PFKR1083Z1 PFKR1084Z1 PFQT2487Z J0KF00000014 PQLB1E1 PFDJ1044Z XWC3BFJ PFHG1253Y PQHR945Z Part Name & Description COIL SPRING LEAD WIRE ANGLE CABINET COVER FRAME HINGE COVER GEAR COIL SPRING GUIDE GUIDE GUIDE INDICATION PLATE-LABEL FILTER INSULATOR SPACER WASHER RUBBER,PARTS LEAD BINDER Remarks

PBT+ABS -V1 POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

PS-HB PS-HB POM-HB PS-HB

PS-HB ABS+HB ABS+HB

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

12.1.13. LOWER MAIN CABINET SECTION


Ref. No. 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 Part No. PFMD1085Y PFJS05N23Z PFJS07N25Z PFJS08N62Z K1JF13D00002 PFJS08N28Z PFJS07N26Z PFJS02N53Y PFJS08N29Z PFJS13N31Z PFJS11N30Z PQLB1E1 PFJS02N17Y L6FALDGK0001 PFUS1600Z PFHA1001Z PFMD1086W PFJS03N22Z Part Name & Description COVER CONNECTOR, 5 PIN CONNECTOR, 7 PIN CONNECTOR, 8 PIN CONNECTOR, 13 PIN CONNECTOR, 8 PIN CONNECTOR, 7 PIN CONNECTOR, 2 PIN CONNECTOR, 8 PIN CONNECTOR, 13 PIN CONNECTOR, 11 PIN INSULATOR CONNECTOR, 2 PIN DC MOTOR COIL SPRING RUBBER PARTS CHASSIS CONNECTOR, 3 PIN Remarks

12.1.15. CASSETTE SECTION


Ref. No. 580 581 582 583 584 585 586 587 588 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 Part No. PFHG1245Z PFHR1489Z PFMD1079Z PFKR1082Z PFKR1081Z PFDG1015Y PFHR1491Z PFUS1608Z PFHX1924Y PFHG1155Z PFHR1493X PFUS1609Z PFUS1606Y PFHR1490Y PFUS1607Z PFKR1085Z PFHR1492Z Part Name & Description RUBBER PARTS LEVER COVER RACK RACK GEAR LEVER COIL SPRING SHEET RUBBER PARTS GUIDE COIL SPRING COIL SPRING LEVER BAR SPRING RACK LEVER Remarks

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

ABS-HB

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

315

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Ref. No. 597 598 599

Part No. PFKS1116X1 PFQT2604Z PFHE1224Z

Part Name & Description CHASSIS LABEL/ CAUTION CASSETTE SPONGE

Remarks PS-HB

12.1.16. SORTER SIDE SECTION


Ref. No. 700 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722 723 724 725 726 727 728 729 730 731 732 733 734 735 736 737 738 Part No. PF4142P003 PF4142P022 PF4142P308 PF4142P015 E450001128 PF4142P016 PF4142P305 PF4142P086 PF4142P306 PF4142P014 PF4142P017 PF4142K404 E314000784 E450000842 PF4142P100 PF4142P005 PF4142P300 HP020100SCH PF4142P046 PF4142P002 PF4142P080 PF4142P087 PF4142P011 PF4142P304 PF4142P019 PF4142P083 NS-CLP00007A PF4142P013 PF4142P082 PF4142P081 PF4142P303 PF4142P012 PF4142P101 NS-MTLC0009A NS-BSH00002A PF4142K401 PF4142K402 NS-SCR00029A 030060FWIT Part Name & Description CHASSIS LEVER SPRING LEVER BAND LEVER SPRING GEAR SPRING LEVER GUIDE PLUNGER BAND BAND PLATE GUIDE ROLLER PIN GEAR CHASSIS GEAR GEAR ARM SPRING LEVER GEAR PLASTIC PARTS COVER GEAR GEAR SPRING LEVER PLATE SPACER SPACER SORTER BOARD LEAD SCREW SCREW Remarks

Ref. No. 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 778

Part No. PF4142P009 PF4142P044 PF4142P084 PF4142P010 PF4142P310 PF4142P023 PF4142P024 PF4142P001

Part Name & Description CHASSIS SPACER GEAR CHASSIS BRUSH LEVER LEVER FRAME

Remarks

12.1.18. SORTER TOP SECTION


Ref. No. 790 791 792 793 794 795 796 Part No. PF4142P031 PF4142P041 PF4142P302 PF4142P307 PF4142P006 PF4142P311 PF4142P030 Part Name & Description GUIDE ROLLER SPRING SPRING GUIDE SPRING SHAFT Remarks

12.1.19. HANDSET CRADILE SECTION


Ref. No. 800 801 802 803 Part No. PFKF1085Z1 PFBH1032Z1 PFJA06B002Z PFKM1181Y1 Part Name & Description CABINET COVER PUSH BUTTON CORD CABINET BODY Remarks

12.1.20. KX-FA101E FRAME SECTION (1)


Ref. No. 900 901 902 903 904 905 906 907 908 909 910 911 912 913 914 915 916 917 918 919 920 921 922 923 924 925 926 927 928 929 930 931 932 933 934 935 936 937 938 Part No. PFUS1572Z PFDE1255Y PFDE1256Z PFJS03N47Z PFJS02N48Z PFUG1026Z PFUS1602Z PFDJ1090Z PFDR1067Z PFDE1246Z PFDN1048Z PFDJ1084Z PFDF1133Y PFUS1573Z PFDJ1084Y PFDJ1085Z PFDN1081Z PFDJ1085Y PFMD1081Z PFUG1025X PFHG1169Z PFMD1084Y K1JF13D00001 PFUS1571X PFMD1082Y PFDG1425Z PFJS13N46Z PFDG1418Z PFDG1419Z PFDE1251Z PFDG1398Z PFNPD041065C PFDG1401Z PFDG1402Z PFDG1403Z PFDG1405Z L9AAACEB0008 PFDE1237Z PFNPD031054C Part Name & Description COIL SPRING LEVER LEVER CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR 2 PIN GUIDE COIL SPRING SPACER PULLEY ANGLE ROLLER SPACER SHAFT LEAF SPRING SPACER SPACER ROLLER SPACER FRAME GUIDE RUBBER PARTS FRAME CONNECTOR, 13 PIN COIL SPRING FRAME GEAR CONNECTOR, 13 PIN GEAR GEAR SPACER GEAR WASHER GEAR GEAR GEAR GEAR PLUNGER LEVER WASHER Remarks

12.1.17. SORTER MAIN SECTION


Ref. No. 750 751 752 753 754 755 756 757 758 759 760 761 762 763 764 765 766 767 768 769 770 Part No. PF4142P007 PF4142P309 PF4142P313 PFQT2520Z PF4142P020 PF4142P085 PF4142P040 PF4142P021 PF4142P301 PF4142P045 PF4142P018 PF4142P004 PF4142P026 PF4142P042 PF4142P008 PF4142P314 PF4142P025 PF4142P043 PF4142P312 PF4142P028 PF4142P027 Part Name & Description FRAME BRUSH CUSHION LABEL LEVER GEAR SPACER LEVER ROLLER GEAR LEVER GUIDE ROLLER GUIDE CHASSIS SPRING ROLLER GUIDE ROLLER ROLLER GEAR Remarks

POM-HB

POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB POM-HB

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Ref. No. 939 940 941 942 943 944 945 946 947 948 949

Part No. PFUS1561Z PFMH1161Z L6HAHELK0015 PFUG1024X PFMD1080Y PFMD1083Y Not Used PFHG1252Z PQHR945Z PQLB1E1 PFHD1023Z

Part Name & Description COIL SPRING CHASSIS DC MOTOR GUIDE FRAME FRAME RUBBER PARTS, FRAME OPTION LEAD BINDER FERRITE CORE SCREW

Remarks

Ref. No. 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1023 1024

Part No. PFKV1114Y1 Not used XZB05X08Z03 PFQT2510Z PFGT2841Z-M PFPP1031Z PFQW2317Y PFPK2919Z-M

Part Name & Description COVER PLASTIC BAG LABEL/MAC Addr NAME PLATE PROTECTION COVER MANUAL PACKAGE

Remarks S

12.1.24. KX-FA104E (for SERVICE)


Ref. No. 1050 1051 1052 1053 Part No. PFWEFLB851G PFZR1FLB851 PFZR2FLB851 PFZR3FLB851 Part Name & Description FUSER ASSY TRANSFER ROLLER KIT PICKUP ROLLER KIT REGISTRATION ROLLER KIT Remarks

12.1.21. KX-FA101A FRAME SECTION (2)


Ref. No. 960 961 962 963 964 965 966 967 968 969 970 Part No. PFKV1109Y1 PFMH1162Z PFKV1111Z1 PFKV1108X1 PFUS1570Y PFUG1023X PFUS1569Y PFKV1110W1 PQDR9685Y PFDF1128Z PFGT2904Z-M Part Name & Description COVER COVER COVER COVER COIL SPRING GUIDE COIL SPRING COVER ROLLER SHAFT NAME PLATE Remarks

12.2. ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS


POM-HB Ref. No. A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 Part No. PFQW2401Z PFKS1126Z PFKS1117Y1 PFJKFLB851Z PFQX2338Z Not Used PFQT2492Z PFQW2455Z PFJA03A010Z PFJA02B002Y PFQW2367Z PFJA1029Z PFJXE1043Z PFJA05D001Z PFQX2339Z PFZE1431Z-M PFPN1383Z PFPN1384Z PFPN1381Y PFPN1382Y PFPB1001Z XZB20X35A04 PFPD1248Z XZB32X45A04 PFPH1046Z PFPP1029Z PFPE1487Z XZB20X30A04 Part Name & Description INSTRUCTION BOOK TRAY TRAY CD-ROM INSTRUCTION BOOK (Russian) LABEL,POWER LEAFLET,TOP COVER POWER CORD CORD,TEL LEFLET CURL CORD HANDSET UNIT USB, CABLE INSTRUCTION BOOK (Ukrainian) PACKING CASE CUSHION CUSHION CUSHION CUSHION CUSHION PROTECTION COVER CUSHION PROTECTION COVER PROTECTION COVER PROTECTION COVER CUSHION PROTECTION COVER, HANDSET Remarks

12.1.22. KX-FA101A LOWER CASSETTE SECTION


Ref. No. 980 981 982 983 984 985 986 987 988 989 990 991 992 993 994 995 996 997 998 999 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 Part No. PFHG1245Z PFHR1489Z PFMD1089Y PFUS1616Z PFKR1089Y PFKR1088Z PFDG1015Y PFKV1137Z1 PFHR1491Z PFUS1608Z PFUS1617X PFHG1155Z PFHX1945Z PFHR1493X PFUS1609Z PFHR1509Z PFKR1090Y PFKS1121W1 PFHR1510Z PFQT2604Z PFHE1224Z PFMH1202Z PFHE1241Z PFPE1487Z PFQW2362Y PFQW2320X XZB32X45A04 PFPH1040Y PFPN1398Y PFPN1399Y PFPK2918Z-M PFHG1259Z Part Name & Description RUBBER PARTS LEVER FRAME COIL SPRING GUIDE GUIDE GEAR COVER LEVER COIL SPRING BAR SPRING RUBBER PARTS SHEET GUIDE COIL SPRING LEVER GUIDE CHASSIS LEVER LABEL CAUTION CASSETTE SPACER PLATE REINFORCE TAPE DUBLE SIDE PROTECTION PAPER FOR RETARD PAD SUPPLEMENT FOR PAPER TRAY MANUAL PROTECTION COVER PROTECTION COVER PAT,L PAT,R PACKING CASE RUBBER, CASSETTE BACK Remarks

ABS-HB

12.3. DIGITAL BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB1 PCB1-1 Part No. PFWP1LB853RU PFSH1A007Z Part Name & Description DIGITAL BOARD ASSY (RTL) SWITCH (SW600) (IC) IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC Remarks

12.1.23. KX-FA102A LAN BOARD (OPTION)


Ref. No. 1015 1016 Part No. PFHX1880Y PFMH1176Y Part Name & Description SPACER FRAME Remarks

IC600 IC601 IC602 IC603 IC604 IC605 IC606 IC607 IC608 IC610 IC611 IC612

C1ZBZ0002831 C3ABRG000036 PFWILB853RU1 C0CBADD00010 C1ZBZ0002767 C0DBAFF00019 C0EBE0000124 C5CB00000057 C1CB00001985 C0JBAA000362 C0JBAA000362 C0JBAA000362

317

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Ref. No. IC613 IC614 IC615

Part No. C0JBAA000362 C0JBAA000362 C0JBAA000362 IC IC IC

Part Name & Description

Remarks

Q600 Q601 Q602 Q603 Q604 Q605 Q606 Q607 Q608 Q609 Q610 Q611 Q612 Q613 Q614 Q616 Q619 Q620 Q621 Q622 Q623 Q624 Q625 Q626 Q628 Q629 Q632 Q633 Q634 Q635 Q639

B1ABDF000025 2SB1197KQ 2SB1197KQ PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 2SB1197KQ 2SB1197KQ PQVTD143Z106 2SD1820A PQVTD143Z106 2SD1820A 2SD1820A PQVTD143Z106 PQVTDTA114EU 2SB1197KQ PQVTD143Z106 2SB1197KQ PQVTD143Z106 2SD1820A 2SB1197KQ PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 B1CHND000004 2SB1197KQ PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106

(TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CAPACITORS) 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 100p 33p 33p 33p 33p 100p 33p 15p 15p 0.1 0.01 0.01 0.1 0.1 0.1

S S S S S S S S S S

S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

D606 D609 D610 DA600

PQVDRLS73T B0BC2R5A0006 B0BC2R5A0006 MA141WK

C565 C566 C567 C568 C569 C570 C571 C572 C573 C574 C575 C576 C577 C578 C579 C580 C581 C582 C583 C584 C591 C603 C604 C605 C606 C607 C608 C609 C610

ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H150JCV ECUV1H150JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV

Ref. No. C611 C612 C613 C614 C615 C616 C617 C618 C621 C622 C623 C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C630 C631 C632 C633 C634 C635 C636 C637 C638 C639 C640 C641 C642 C643 C644 C645 C646 C647 C648 C649 C650 C651 C652 C653 C654 C655 C656 C657 C658 C659 C660 C661 C662 C663 C664 C665 C666 C667 C668 C670 C671 C674 C675 C676 C677 C678 C679 C680 C681 C682 C683 C684 C685 C686 C687 C688 C689

Part No. ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H150JCV ECUV1H150JCV ECUV1H150JCV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VC1H221J ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VC1H070C ECJ1VC1H070C F2G1V1010017 ECUV1C104ZFV ECEA1VKA101 F2G1V1010017 F2G1V1010017 F2G1V1010017 ECJ1VF1H104Z F2G1V1010017 F2G1V1010017 ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1H180JCV ECUV1H180JCV ECUV1A105KBV ECEA0JKA101 ECUV1C104KBV ECEA0JKA101 ECEA0JKA101 ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECEA0JKA470 ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H080DCV ECUV1H103KBV

Part Name & Description 0.1 0.01 0.1 15p 15p 15p 27p 0.1 0.1 27p 0.1 0.1 27p 0.1 27p 0.1 27p 0.1 0.01 0.1 0.01 0.1 0.01 0.1 0.01 0.1 220p 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 0.1 7p 7p 100 0.1 100 100 100 100 0.1 100 100 0.001 0.001 0.1 0.001 0.1 0.001 0.001 0.1 1 1 18p 18p 1 100 0.1 100 100 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 0.1 47 0.001 0.001 8p 0.01

Remarks

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Ref. No. C690 C691 C692 C693 C694 C695 C696 C697 C698 C699 C700 C701 C702 C703 C704 C705 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 C716 C718 C719 C720 C721 C722 C723 C724 C725 C726 C727 C728 C729 C732 C733 C734 C735 C736 C737 C738 C739 C740 C741 C742 C744 C746 C747 C748 C749 C750 C751 C752 C753 C754 C755 C756 C757 C758 C759 C760 C761 C762 C763 C764 C765 C766 C767 C768

Part No. ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H080DCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H102KBV ECJ1VC1H181J ECUV1H050CCV ECUV1H060DCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECEA1VKA101 ECJ1VF1H104Z ECUV1H222KBV ECUV1H222KBV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H100JCV ECEA0JKA331 ECEA0JKA331 ECEA0JKA331 ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H180JCV ECUV1H180JCV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1A105KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H332KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECEA1CKA100 ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV

Part Name & Description 0.1 8p 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.001 180p 5p 6p 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.1 0.001 0.1 100 0.1 0.0022 0.0022 33p 10p 330 330 330 1 0.1 0.1 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 18p 18p 0.001 1 0.1 0.0033 0.001 0.001 0.001 10 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

Remarks

Ref. No. C769 C770 C771 C772 C773 C774 C775 C776 C777 C778 C779 C780 C781 C782 C783 C784 C785 C786 C787 C788 C789 C790 C791 C792 C793 C794 C796 C797 C799 C800 C801 C802 C803 C805 C806 C807 C808 C809 C810 C811 C812 C813 C814 C815 C816 C820 C821 C822 C823 C824 C825 C826 C827 C828 C830 C831 C832 C833 C834 C835 C836 C837 C838 C839 C840 C841 C842 C843 C844 C845 C846 C847 C848

Part No. ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VF1H104Z ECJ1VF1H104Z ECJ1VF1H104Z ECJ1VF1H104Z ECJ1VF1H104Z ECJ1VF1H104Z ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VC1H221J ECJ1VC1H181J ECJ1VC1H181J ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H100JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECJ0EF1C104Z ECJ0EC1H330J ECJ0EF1C104Z ECJ0EC1H100D ECJ0EF1C104Z ECJ0EC1H100D ECJ0EF1C104Z ECJ0EC1H330J ECJ0EF1C104Z ECJ0EC1H220J ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1A474KBV ECUV1A474KBV ECUV1A474KBV ECUV1A474KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VF1H104Z ECUV1C104ZFV

Part Name & Description 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.001 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 220p 180p 180p 0.1 0.1 10p 0.1 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.1 33p 0.1 10p 0.1 10p 0.1 33p 0.1 22p 0.1 0.1 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.1 0.1 0.1

Remarks

319

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Ref. No. C850 C851 C852 C853 C854 C855 C856 C861 C862 C864 C865 C867 C868 C869 C870 C871 C872 C873 C874 C875 C877 C878 C879 C880 C881 C882 C883 C884 C885 C886 C887

Part No. ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV

Part Name & Description 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR, 30 PIN CONNECTOR, 4 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 40 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 7 PIN CONNECTOR, 11 PIN CONNECTOR, 8 PIN CONNECTOR, 22 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 8 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 2 PIN CONNECTOR, 7 PIN CONNECTOR, 7 PIN CONNECTOR, 5 PIN CONNECTOR, 13 PIN CONNECTOR, 8 PIN CONNECTOR, 30 PIN (FUSES) FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE (COILS) COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL

Remarks

Ref. No.

Part No.

Part Name & Description

Remarks

L633 L646

EXCELDR35 EXCELDR35

(COMPONENTS PARTS) COMPONENTS PART COMPONENTS PART (FILTERS) FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER (IC FILTERS) IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER (CERAMIC FILTERS) CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER

FLT600 FLT601 FLT602 FLT603 FLT604 L552 L554 L556 L557 L558 L559 L560 L561 L563 L564 L565 L622 L626 L650 L651 L652 L653

J0MAB0000005 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000005 J0MAB0000005 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278 J0JCC0000278

CN600 CN601 CN602 CN603 CN604 CN605 CN606 CN607 CN608 CN609 CN610 CN611 CN612 CN613 CN614 CN615 CN616 CN617 CN618

K1KA30AA0202 K1FA104B0034 K1KA03AA0193 K1KA40B00096 K1KA03BA0061 K1KA07A00257 K1KA11A00158 K1KA08A00440 K1KA22AA0202 K1KA03A00495 K1KA08AA0193 K1KA03A00612 K1KA02A00587 K1KA07A00257 K1KA07AA0193 K1KA05A00364 K1KA13A00130 K1KA08AA0193 K1KA30A00226

L611 L612 L614 L643 L669 L672 L687 L688 L689

J0JCC0000277 J0JGC0000020 J0JGC0000020 J0JGC0000020 J0JCC0000277 J0JGC0000020 J0JGC0000020 J0JGC0000020 J0JGC0000020

F602 F608 F609 F610 F611

K5H202200006 K5H631200001 K5H312200002 K5G402B00014 K5H631200001

L600 L630 L631 L674 L700 L701 L702 L703 L704 L705 L706 L707

PFVF2P221SG PFVF2P221SG PFVF2P221SG PQLQR2BT J0JCC0000275 J0JCC0000275 J0JCC0000275 J0JCC0000275 J0JCC0000275 J0JCC0000275 J0JCC0000275 J0JCC0000275

S S S S

L551 L553 L555 L562 L569 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L607 L608 L609 L610 L615 L616 L619 L620 L621 L627 L628 L634 L635 L636 L637 L638 L639 L640 L648 L649 L655 L656

PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B601ST

S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

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Ref. No. L657 L658 L659 L660 L661 L662 L663 L664 L665 L666 L667 L668 L676 L677 L678 L679 L684 L685 L686 L690 L691 L692 L693 L694 L695 L696 L697 L698 R715 R717

Part No. PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B601ST PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT

Part Name & Description CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER

Remarks S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

L601 L613 L645 R551 R600 R601 R602 R603 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609 R612 R613 R614 R615 R616 R619 R620 R621 R622 R623 R624 R625 R626 R627 R628 R629 R630 R631 R632 R633 R634 R635 R636 R637 R638 R639 R640

ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ2GEJ220 ERJ2GEJ220 ERJ2GEJ220 ERJ3GEYJ330 ERJ3GEYJ330 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ2GEJ220 ERJ2GEJ220 ERJ2GEJ220 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3EKF1501 ERJ3EKF3091 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ823 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3EKF40R2 ERJ3EKF40R2 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ12YJ471 ERJ12YJ390 ERJ12YJ471 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 PQ4R10XJ822 PQ4R10XJ822 ERJ3GEYJ330 ERJ3GEYJ473 PQ4R10XJ822 PQ4R10XJ822 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103

(RESISTORS) 0 0 0 0 10k 10k 0 0 4.7k 22 22 22 33 33 1k 22 22 22 10k 1.5 309 10k 10k 82k 100k 40.2 40.2 56k 470 39 470 10k 10k 8.2k 8.2k 33 47k 8.2k 8.2k 10k 10k

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Ref. No. R641 R642 R643 R644 R645 R646 R647 R648 R649 R650 R651 R652 R653 R654 R656 R657 R658 R659 R660 R661 R662 R663 R665 R666 R667 R668 R669 R670 R671 R672 R673 R674 R675 R676 R677 R678 R679 R680 R681 R682 R683 R684 R685 R688 R690 R691 R692 R693 R694 R695 R696 R697 R698 R701 R702 R703 R704 R706 R707 R708 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R716 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724

Part No. ERJ12YJ471 ERJ12YJ390 ERJ12YJ471 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ221 ERJ3GEYJ122 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ475 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ471 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3EKF1802 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562

Part Name & Description 470 39 470 56k 56k 15k 3.3k 56k 15k 3.3k 56k 180 1k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 1k 1k 100 4.7k 100 0 2.2k 2.2k 220 1.2k 180 1k 1k 0 0 0 15k 56k 330k 2.2k 5.6k 4.7M 2.2k 3.3k 56k 5.6k 4.7k 5.6k 1k 1M 10k 10k 0 470 1k 100 1M 100 100 18k 100 100 180 1k 1k 2.2k 4.7k 47k 4.7k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k

Remarks

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Ref. No. R726 R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R739 R740 R741 R742 R743 R744 R745 R746 R747 R748 R749 R750 R751 R752 R755 R756 R757 R758 R759 R760 R761 R762 R763 R764 R765 R766 R767 R768 R769 R770 R771 R773 R775 R777 R779 R780 R783 R786 R787 R788 R789 R790 R791 R792 R793 R794 R795 R800 R802 R803 R804 R807 R808 R811 R812 R814 R815 R817 R818 R819

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ393 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ753 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ244 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ100 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3EKF2261 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ2GEJ101 ERJ2GEJ101 ERJ2GEJ100 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ12YJ2R2 ERJ12YJ2R2 ERJ2GEJ470 ERJ2GEJ470 ERJ2GEJ470 ERJ3GEYJ220 ERJ2GEJ470 ERJ2GEJ101 ERJ2GEJ220 ERJ2GEJ101 ERJ2GEJ101 ERJ2GEJ270 ERJ2GEJ101 ERJ2GEJ270 ERJ2GEJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ220 ERJ12RQJR22 ERJ12RQJR22 ERJ2GEJ221

Part Name & Description 1k 39k 56k 56k 56k 10k 56k 5.6k 1k 5.6k 47k 3.3k 3.3k 2.2k 3.3k 2.2k 100 100 100 47k 4.7k 0 100 75k 100 100 100 10k 4.7k 1k 240k 10k 100 100 4.7k 0 10k 10 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k 56k 2.2k 10k 5.6k 5.6k 100 100 10 3.3k 3.3k 3.3k 2.2 2.2 47 47 47 22 47 100 22 100 100 27 100 27 100 100 22 0.22 0.22 220

Remarks

Ref. No. R820 R826 R827

Part No. ERJ12YJ2R2 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 2.2 10k 10k

Part Name & Description

Remarks

RA600 RA601 RA602 RA603 RA604 RA605 RA606 RA607 RA608 RA609 RA610 RA611 RA612 RA613 RA614 RA615 RA616 RA617 RA618 RA619 RA620 RA621 RA622 RA623 RA624 RA625 RA626 RA627 RA628 RA629 RA630 RA631 RA632 RA633

EXB38V473JV EXB38V473JV D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 EXB28V470JX EXB28V470JX EXRV8V470JV EXRV8V470JV EXB28V470JX EXB28V470JX D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 EXB38V473JV EXB38V473JV EXB38V473JV EXB38V473JV EXB38V473JV EXB38V473JV D1H83304A010 D1H83304A010 EXB38V101JV EXB38V101JV EXB28V470JX EXB28V470JX EXB28V470JX

(COMPONENTS PARTS) RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY (CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS) CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR

S S S

S S

S S S S S S S S S S

S S

X600 X601 X602 X603 X604 X605

H1A4805B0022 H0A327200096 H0J222500002 H0J250500055 H0J282500008 H2A419400008

12.4. ANALOG BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB2 PCB2-1 PCB2-2 PCB2-3 Part No. PFWP2LB853RU PFSH1A003Z PFSH1A005Z PFSH1A02Z Part Name & Description ANALOG SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH (IC) IC IC IC IC IC IC (TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) BOARD ASSY (RTL) (SW201) (SW202) (SW203) Remarks (!)

IC204 IC205 IC206 IC207 IC208 IC209

C0ABEB000075 AN6123MS C0ABEB000083 C0JBAR000386 C1CB00001909 AN6384SBE1V

Q200 Q206 Q203 Q204 Q205 Q207 Q210

B1AAKL000006 B1CCBR000001 2SB1218ARL PQVTDTC143E B1ABDF000025 PQVTDTC143E PQVTDTC143E

S S S

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Ref. No. Q216 Q217 Q218 Q219

Part No. 2SB1218ARL PQVTDTC143E PQVTDTC143E PQVTDTC143E

Part Name & Description TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CAPACITORS) 0.1 150P 0.1 0.1 150P 0.1 0.027 0.0082 0.1 0.1 68P 0.1 0.1 0.027 4.7 0.1 10 0.0068 0.027 10P 10P 100P 0.027 47 100P 1 100P 1 2.2 0.0047 0.1 10 390P 390P 0.01 0.1 1 100P 0.0033 0.1 0.1 680P 47P 100 680P 0.047 0.0022 0.068 1 1 0.1 0.22

Remarks

S S S

D200 D201 D202 D203 D204 D205 D206 D207 D209 D210 D211 D212 D216

MA4056 MA4056 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 B0EDER000009 MA4056 MA4056 1SS133 MA143

S S S S S S S S S S S S

C42 C219 C220 C222 C226 C228 C234 C238 C239 C240 C241 C242 C243 C244 C248 C250 C253 C254 C256 C257 C258 C259 C260 C261 C262 C263 C264 C265 C266 C267 C268 C269 C270 C272 C273 C275 C276 C277 C278 C279 C281 C282 C284 C285 C286 C287 C288 C289 C290 C291 C292 C293

ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VC1H151J ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECJ1VC1H151J ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C273KBV ECJ1VB1H822K ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H680JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C273KBV F2A1H4R70014 ECUV1C104ZFV F2A1C1000030 ECJ1VB1H682K ECUV1C273KBV ECUV1H100JCV ECUV1H100JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1C273KBV ECEA1CK470 ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1A105ZFV F2A1H2R20016 ECJ1VB1H472K ECUV1C104KBV F2A1C1000030 ECUV1H391JCV ECUV1H391JCV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECEA1HKS010 PFCA1HYK101M ECUV1H332KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104KBV ECJ1VC1H681J ECA1HM470B ECEA1CK101 ECJ1VC1H681J ECUV1C473KBV ECUV1H222KBV ECUV1C683KBV ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1A224KBV

Ref. No. C294 C295 C296 C297 C298 C299 C300 C301 C303 C305 C306 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C319 C321 C322 C325 C329 C330 C345 C349 C350 C351 C352 C353 C354 C355 C356

Part No. ECUV1H560JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECEA0JK221 F2A1C1000030 ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H820JCV ECUV1H820JCV ECUV1H820JCV ECJ1VC1H221J ECKD2H681KB ECKD2H681KB F0C2E105A146 ECJ1VC1H561J ECUV1H104KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H101JCV F2A1C1000030 ECUV1H103KBV ECEA1CK470 ECUV1H103KBV ERJ3GEY0R00 ECUV1C104ZFV F2A1C1000030 ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV1C683KBV ECUV1H153KBV ECJ1VB1H472K ECUV1H100JCV ECUV1H100JCV ECUV1H100JCV ECUV1H100JCV ECUV1H100JCV

Part Name & Description 56P 100P 27P 0.1 220 10 0.1 0.1 0.1 82P 82P 82P 220P 680P 680P 14 560P 0.1 0.01 100P 10 0.01 47 0.01 0 0.1 10 1 0.068 0.015 0.0047 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P (CONNECTORS & JACKS) CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 30 PIN CONNECTOR, 2 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN JACK JACK JACK (COILS) COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER) PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER (FUSE) FUSE (RESISTORS) 0 0 0 0 0

Remarks

S S S

CN40 CN41 CN43 CN200 CN204 CN209 CN210 CN42 CN206 CN207

K1KA03AA0193 K1KA03A00495 K1KA03A00495 K1KB30A00169 K1KA02A00587 K1KA03AA0193 K1KA03A00495 PQJJ1TC5Z PQJJ1TC5Z PQJJ1TC5Z

S S S

L258 L262 L263 L264 L266

PFLE003 PQLQR1E32A07 PQLQR1E32A07 PQLQR1E32A07 PQLQR1E32A07

S S S S S

S S

PC200 PC201 PC202 PC203 PC205 IC40

0N3131SKU 0N3131SKU 0N3131SKU B3PAB0000058 B3PAA0000425 B4ABC0000001

S S S !S

S F200 K5G102A00041

J200 J201 J202 J203 J204

ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00

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Ref. No. J205 J213 J221 J222 J375 L40 L41 L42 L43 L234 L246 L265 L271 L272 L273 L274 L275 L276 L292 R211 R216 R217 R218 R223 R225 R229 R230 R231 R233 R234 R235 R236 R237 R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R244 R245 R248 R249 R251 R252 R253 R254 R255 R256 R258 R261 R262 R264 R265 R266 R267 R269 R270 R271 R272 R273 R274 R275 R276 R277 R278 R279 R280 R282 R283 R284 R285 R286 R287

Part No. ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ8GEY0R00 ERJ8GEY0R00 ERJ8GEY0R00 ERJ8GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ114 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ433 ERJ3GEYJ114 PQ4R18XJ100 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEYJ621 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ393 PQ4R18XJ101 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERDS2TJ150 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ154 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ243 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ821 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ243 ERDS2TJ150 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ392 ERJ3GEYJ184 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ154 ERJ3GEYJ124 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ474 PQ4R18XJ100 ERJ3GEYJ303 ERJ3GEYJ683

Part Name & Description 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33K 110K 0 43K 110K 10 47K 330 620 0 0 22K 100K 47K 39K 100 10K 1K 330K 1K 0 1M 15 56K 10K 2.2K 4.7K 56K 12K 10K 150K 10K 24K 10K 100K 5.6K 100K 820 22K 24K 15 1K 100 3.9K 180K 3.3K 150K 120K 15K 10K 470K 10 30K 68K

Remarks

Ref. No. R288 R289 R290 R291 R292 R293 R294 R295 R296 R297 R298 R299 R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R309 R315 R317 R318 R320 R321 R322 R332 R324 R326 R327 R328 R329 R334 R335 R340 R341 R342 R343 R356 R357 R358 R359 R360 R376 R386 R388 R389 R390 C231 C247

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ684 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ564 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ183 PQ4R18XJ4R7 ERJ3GEYJ124 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYJ154 ERJ3GEYJ224 ERJ3GEYJ224 ERDS1TJ473 ERG2SJ123 ERJ3GEYJ204 ERJ3GEYJ820 ERJ3GEYJ820 ERJ3GEYJ820 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ681 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERX2SJ6R8 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ182 ERJ3GEYJ682 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ8GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ473 ECA1VM101 ECEA0JK331

Part Name & Description 100K 47K 33K 680K 10K 1K 10K 10K 4.7K 1K 100K 1K 10K 5.6K 2.2K 18K 560K 33K 330K 18K 4.7 120K 68K 150K 220K 220K 47K 12K 200K 82 82 82 1K 33K 10K 680 1K 1K 6.8 0 1.8K 6.8K 100K 100K 1M 0 47K 47K 47K 100P 330 (RELAY) RELAY (VARISTORS) VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR (TRANSFORMER) TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER (CERAMIC FILTER) CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER CERAMIC FILTER

Remarks

S S

RLY200

PFSL003Z

SA200 SA201 ZNR200 S T201 T202

PFRZRA311P6T J0LS00000024 ERZVA7D151

PFLT8E003 G4A1A0000172

L220 L221 L222 L223 L224 L225 L226 L227

PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT

S S S S S S S S

324

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Ref. No. L229 L230 L233 L235 L237 L238 L241 L244 L245 L251 L252 L253 L254 L255 L256 L257 L260 L261 L267 L268 L269 L270 L289 L290 L291 L293 L294 L295

Part No. PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT PFVF1B252SDT

Part Name & Description CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER

Remarks S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

Ref. No.

Part No.

Part Name & Description

Remarks

D101 D102 LED101 LED102 LED103 LED105 LED106

1SS133 1SS133 B3AAA0000534 B3AAA0000534 B3ABA0000633 B3ABA0000633 B3ABA0000633

(DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR,7P (LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY) LCD (CAPACITORS) 0.1 0.1 0.1 100p 10 390p 390p 0.01 0.1 0.1 100p 100p 100p 100 0.1 (RESISTORS) 0 0 0 0 180 180 180 180 390 390 240 180 180 180 180 240 240 12k 33k 9.1k 4.7 560 100 100 100 100 12k 12k 180 180 12k 180 12k (SWITCHES) SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH

S S

CN102

K1KA07B00118

CN103

L5DAAFB00001

12.5. HANDSET BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB3 Part No. PFLP1691MZ-B Part Name & Description HANDSET (RTL) RELAY BOARD ASSY Remarks

C101 C104 C107 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C115 C116 C119 C120 C121 C122 C123

ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H101JCV ECEA1CKS100 ECUV1H391JCV ECUV1H391JCV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H101JCV ECEA1CK101 ECUV1C104ZFV

S S S

CN40 CN41 CN42

K1KA03AA0193 K1KA03A00495 PQJJ1TC5Z

(CONNECTORS & JACKS) CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN JACK (RESISTORS) 0 0 0 0

L40 L41 L42 L43

ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00

12.6. TONER SENSOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB4 Part No. PFLP1691MZ-C Part Name & Description TONER (RTL) SENSOR BOARD ASSY Remarks

C42

ECUV1C104ZFV

(CAPACITOR) 0.1 (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR, 3 PIN (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER) PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER

CN43

K1KA03A00495

IC40

B4ABC0000001

12.7. OPERATION BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB5 Part No. PFLP1692MZ Part Name & Description OPERATION BOARD ASSY (IC) IC Remarks

J146 J147 J148 J149 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R116 R117 R118 R119 R121 R122 R123 R124 R125 R127 R128 R129 R130 R131 R132 R133

ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ391 ERJ3GEYJ391 ERJ3GEYJ241 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ241 ERJ3GEYJ241 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ912 ERJ3GEYJ4R7 ERJ3GEYJ561 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ123

IC101

C1ZBZ0002089

SW101 SW102 SW103 SW104

EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B

325

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Ref. No. SW105 SW106 SW107 SW108 SW109 SW110 SW111 SW112 SW113 SW114 SW115 SW116 SW117 SW118 SW119 SW120 SW121 SW122 SW123 SW124 SW125 SW126 SW127 SW128 SW129 SW130 SW131 SW132 SW133 SW134 SW135 SW136 SW137 SW138 SW139 SW140 SW141 SW142 SW143 SW144 SW145

Part No. EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B EVQ11Y05B

Part Name & Description SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH (THERMISTOR) THERMISTOR

Remarks

Ref. No. CN55 CN56

Part No. K1MN21BA0001 K1KA04B00220

Part Name & Description CONNECTOR,21P CONNECTOR,4P (CAPACITORS) 10 0.1 1 10 0.1 0.1 1 0.1 10 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 10 820p 820p 0.0033 0.0033 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.0033 10 0.1 100 100 100 10 100 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 33p 0.1 0.1 33p 0.33 33p 100 39p 39p 39p 0.01 100p 0.001 0.001 100p 33p 33p 33p (FILTERS) IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER IC FILTER

Remarks

TH101

D4CC11030019

12.8. AFE BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB6 Part No. PFLP1693MZ Part Name & Description AFE BOARD ASSY (RTL) (ICs) IC IC IC IC IC (TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODE) DIODE(SI) (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR,22P CONNECTOR,30P CONNECTOR,11P CONNECTOR,3P Remarks

IC51 IC52 IC53 IC56 IC57

C0GBF0000026 C0GBG0000060 C1DB00001427 C0JBAZ001137 C0JBAB000408

Q51 Q52 Q53 Q54 Q55

2SB1197KQ PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 PQVTD143Z106 B1CHND000004

S S S S

C51 C52 C53 C54 C55 C56 C57 C58 C59 C60 C61 C62 C63 C64 C66 C67 C68 C69 C70 C71 C73 C74 C75 C77 C78 C79 C80 C81 C82 C83 C84 C85 C86 C87 C88 C89 C90 C91 C92 C93 C94 C95 C96 C97 C98 C99 C187 C188 C189 C190 C191 C192 C193 C194 C196 C197 C198 C199

ECUV0J106KB ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV0J106KB ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV0J106KB ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VF1H104Z ECUV0J106KB ECUV1H821KBV ECUV1H821KBV ECUV1H332KBV ECUV1H332KBV ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV1A105ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H332KBV ECUV0J106KB ECJ1VF1H104Z F2G0J1010014 F2G1V1010017 F2G0J1010014 F2G1C1000014 F2G1V1010017 ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1C334ZFV ECUV1H330JCV F2G0J1010014 ECUV1H390JCV ECUV1H390JCV ECUV1H390JCV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV

D55

B0JCND000009

CN51 CN52 CN53 CN54

K1KA22BA0124 K1KA30BA0124 K1KA11B00080 K1KA03B00201

FLT51 FLT52 FLT53 FLT54 FLT55 FLT56 FLT57 FLT58 L52

J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0MAB0000006 J0JGC0000020

326

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Ref. No.

Part No.

Part Name & Description

Remarks

Ref. No.

Part No.

Part Name & Description

Remarks

L54

PFVF2P221SG

(COIL) COIL (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER) PHOTO SENSOR (RESISTORS) 220 0 0 0 100 100 0 180 180 180 180 33k 1 1 2.2 1k 1k 4.7k 4.7k 220 330 330 220 100k 18k 2.2 1 1k 1 10k 33k 2.2k 4.7k 100 100 100 (COMPONENTS PARTS) RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY

PS22

CNA1006N

(PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER) PHOTO SENSOR

PS51

PFVIRM574SL

12.11. READ POSITION SENSOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB9 Part No. PFLP1694MZ-C Part Name & Description READ POSITION SENSOR BOARD (RTL) (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR, 6 PIN CONNECTOR, 4 PIN (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER) PHOTO SENSOR Remarks

R51 R52 R53 R54 R55 R56 R57 R58 R59 R60 R61 R62 R63 R64 R65 R66 R67 R68 R69 R70 R72 R73 R74 R75 R76 R77 R78 R79 R80 R81 R82 R83 R84 R192 R195 R198

ERJ3GEYJ221 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ8GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ12RQG1R0 ERJ12RQG1R0 ERJ3GEYJ2R2 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ221 ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEYJ221 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ2R2 ERJ12RQG1R0 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ12RQG1R0 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ101

CN21 CN22

K1KA06A00428 K1KA04A00527

PS21

CNA1006N

12.12. PRINT TIMING SENSOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB10 Part No. PFLP1694MZ-D Part Name & Description PRINT TIMING SENSOR BOARD ASSY (RTL) (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR, 3 PIN (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER) PHOTO SENSOR Remarks

CN24

K1KA03B00201

PS23

CNA1006N

12.13. SHEET BYPASS SENSOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB11 Part No. PFLP1694MZ-F Part Name & Description SHEET BYPASS SENSOR BOARD ASSY (RTL) (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR, 3 PIN (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER) PHOTO SENSOR Remarks

CN7 RA51 RA52 EXB38V510JV EXB38V510JV

K1KA03B00194

PS2

CNA1006N

12.9. ADF RELAY BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB7 PCB7-1 Part No. PFWP3FLB851M PFSH1A005Z Part Name & Description ADF RELAY BOARD ASSY (RTL) SWITCH (SW23) (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR,6P CONNECTOR,11P CONNECTOR,4P Remarks

12.14. THERMISTOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB12 Part No. PFLP1694MZ-G Part Name & Description THERMISTOR BOARD ASSY (RTL) (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR, 3 PIN CONNECTOR, 3 PIN Remarks

CN26 CN27 CN28

K1KA06A00428 K1KA11B00080 K1KA04AA0193

CN8 CN9

K1KA03BA0012 K1KA03B00201

12.15. RELAY BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB13 Part No. PFLP1694MZ-H Part Name & Description RELAY BOARD ASSY (RTL) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR,2 PIN Remarks

12.10. DOCUMENT SENSOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB8 PCB8-1 Part No. PFWP4FLB851M PFSH1A005Z Part Name & Description DOCUMENT SENSOR BOARD ASSY (RTL) SWITCH (SW21) (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR, 4 PIN Remarks

D1 D2 D3

1SS133 1SS133 1SS133

S S S

CN23

K1KA04B00225

CN2

K1KA02AA0193

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Ref. No. CN3 CN4 CN5 CN6

Part No. K1KA03AA0193 K1KA02AA0224 K1KA02AA0193 K1KA07A00257

Part Name & Description CONNECTOR,3 CONNECTOR,2 CONNECTOR,2 CONNECTOR,7 (CAPACITOR) 100 PIN PIN PIN PIN

Remarks

C4

ECEA1VKA101

12.16. VARISTOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB14 Part No. PFLP1694MZ-J Part Name & Description VARISTOR BOARD ASSY (RTL) (VARISTOR) VARISTOR Remarks

ZNR1

PFRV271NS05

12.17. REGISTRATION SENSOR BOARD PARTS


Ref. No. PCB15 Part No. PFLP1694MZ-K Part Name & Description REGISTRATION SENSOR BOARD ASSY (RTL) (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR, 3 PIN (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCERS) PHOTO SENSOR Remarks

Ref. No. D31 D61 D63 D65 D66 D67 D68 D69 D70 D71 D72 D73 D77 D81 D82 D83 D84 D85

Part No. PFVDMTZJ39A PFVDMTZJ7R5A PFVDMTZJ39A PFVDRD150S PFVDMTZJ13C 1SS133 PFVDRD150S PFVDRD150S PFVDRD150S PFVDRD150S PFVDRD150S PFVDRD150S PFVDESJA5703 1SS133 1SS133 PFVDMTZJ5R6B 1SS133 1SS133

Part Name & Description DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CAPACITORS) 47p 0.068 0.1 470p 0.033 0.01 0.1 0.22 1 0.0047 0.1 0.068 0.033 0.01 330p 470p 0.033 10p 0.001 22 0.0047 (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR, 8 PIN (RESISTORS) 33k 4.7k 12k 4.7k 33k 33k 2.2k 33k 33k 680k 820k 220k 820k 10k 8.2k 10k 12k 160k 270 10M 33k 33k 33k 4.7k 100k 20k 33k

Remarks S S S S S S S S S S S S

CN1

K1KA03A00495

PS1

PFVIRM574SL

12.18. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER BOARD


Ref. No. PCB16 Part No. N0GG4E000004 Part Name & Description HIGH (RTL) (IC) IC VOLTAGE BOARD ASSY Remarks

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C7 C8 C10 C11 C31 C32 C61 C62 C64 C66 C81 C82 C83 C84 C85 C86

ECA1VM470 PFCKDB11C683 PFCKDF11H104 PFCKDB33A471 PFCKDB11H333 PFCKD8BH103 PFCKDB11E104 PFCKDB11C224 PFCKD10J105 PFCKDB11H472 PFCKDB31H104 PFCKDB11C683 PFCKDB11H333 PFCKD8BH103 PFCKDB33D331 PFCKD2C1H471 PFCKDB11H333 ECA1HM100 PFCKDB11H102 ECEA1VKA220 PFCKDB33A472

S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

IC1

NJM2902N

CN1 Q1 Q3 Q32 Q62 Q81 Q83 Q84 Q85 Q86 Q87 Q88 2SD1819A 2SD2137A PFEU032GC002 2SD2137A 2SC4081R 2SB1218A 2SC4081R 2SB1218A 2SA2073 2SC5826 2SC4081R (TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI)

K1KA08A00440

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16

1SS133 PFVDMTZJ5R6B 1SS133 PFVDMTZJ39A PFVDMTZJ7R5A 1SS133 PFVDMTZJ12B 1SS133 1SS133 PFVDRD150S PFVDRD120S PFVDRD120S PFVDRD150S PFVDRD150S PFVDRD150S

S S S S

S S S S S S

R1 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R17 R18 R20 R21 R24 R25 R26 R27 R31 R32 R34 R35 R36 R37

ERJ3GEYF333 ERDS2TJ472 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERDS2TJ472 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYF684 ERJ3GEYJ824 ERJ3EKF2203 ERJ3GEYJ824 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ822 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYF164 ERJ3GEYJ271 ERJ3GEYF106 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYF104 ERJ3EKF2203 ERJ3GEYF333

328

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Ref. No. R40 R41 R42 R43 R44 R45 R46 R47 R48 R49 R50 R54 R55 R58 R64 R65 R66 R67 R68 R70 R71 R72 R74 R81 R82 R83 R84 R87 R88 R89 R90 R91 R92 R93 R94 R95 R96

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ684 ERJ3GEYF333 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ6GEYJ106 ERJ6GEYJ106 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYF434 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYF243 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYF184 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYF274 ERJ3GEYJ272 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ564 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ151 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERDS2TJ682 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYF333 ERDS2TJ682 ERJ3GEYF333 ERG1SJ101 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYF104 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERG1SJ183 ERJ3GEYJ102

Part Name & Description 680k 33k 56k 2.2k 2.2M 2.2M 2.2M 2.2M 10M 10M 1k 430k 2.2M 24k 4.7k 180k 10k 270k 2.7k 10k 560k 18k 150 15k 10k 2.2k 6.8k 2.2k 33k 6.8k 33k 100 15k 100k 4.7k 18k 1k (FUSE) FUSE (SWITCH) MICRO SWITCH (TRANSFORMER) TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER (VARIABLE RESISTOR) VARIABLE RESISTOR

Remarks

Ref. No. Q277 Q291 Q292 Q301 Q401

Part No. 2SA1576-T06 2SA1576-T06 2SC4081R 2SA1576-T06 2SC4081R

Part Name & Description TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CAPACITORS) 0.22 0.1 56 2200p 3300p 100p 0.1 0.1 47 0.1 0.01 2200p 1000p 56 0.0012 0.1 0.001 15p 33 0.1 47p 0.1 0.1 1 47p 0.1 (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR,2P CONNECTOR,2P CONNECTOR,11P (FUSES) FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE (COILS) COIL COIL COIL COIL

Remarks

D2 D3 D4 D10 D11 D12 D13 D50 D101 D104 D110 D151 D271 D274 D275 D277 D291 D401 D501 D503

PSVDERA1506 PFVDERA9102 1SS133 PSVDERA1506 PSVDERA1506 PSVDERA1506 PSVDERA1506 PFVDERA2210 PQVDYG902C2 PFVDHZ30 PFVDHZ7 PFVDERB84010 PFVDEC31QS03 MA8047 PFVDHZ4 PFVDHZS5 MA8091 1SS133 PFVDERB83006 PFVDHZ9

S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

S S

F1

MCRF0800FB

SW1

SS3FLP3D

T1 T61 T81

MSH2AQF431 MSH2AQF530 MSH9ANQ051

VR1

ECNCYAA03B53

12.19. LOW VOLTAGE POWER BOARD


Ref. No. PCB Part No. N0AC4GJ00003 Part Name & Description LOW VOLTAGE POWER BOARD ASSY (RTL) (ICs) IC IC IC (TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) Remarks

C1 C2 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C14 C20 C21 C22 C34 C50 C55 C101 C105 C108 C151 C152 C153 C271 C272 C273 C274 C501 C503

PFCKDLE224M PFCKDLE104M PFCEA450VB56 PFKD2E3K222M DE1E3KX332 DEA1X3D101 PFCKD8BH104 PFCKD8BH104 PFCEA50YXA47 PFCKDBBH104 PFCKD8BH103 DE1E3KX222 DEBB33D102 PFCEA450VB56 PFCKD35VB122 PFCKD8BH104 PFCKDC32H102 PFCEA35ZL150 PFCEA35ZL33 PFCKDBBH104 PSCEA16VB470 PFCKDBBH104 PFCKD8BH104 PFCKD10J105 PFCEA16ZL470 PFCKD8BH104

S S S S S S S S S S

S S S S S S S S S S S S S

CN1 CN2 CN101

PQJP2D98Z PQJP2D98Z B11B-EH

S S

IC1 IC151 IC201

PFVIFA5518N PFVIPQ12RD11 PSVITA76431S

S S S

F1 F2 F151 F301 F501

PFBA0215010 PFBAS5054R0A PFBAHTM2A PFBAHTM2R5A PFBAHTM2A

S S S S S

Q1 Q101 Q271 Q272 Q274 Q275

2SK3742 2SC4081R PFVTFDS6685 PFVTXP4601 2SC4081R PFVTXP4601

S S S

L1 L2 L3 L5

0R7A193F20A 0R7A193F20A SN8SP404JA PSLEBL01RN1

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Part No. PSLEBL01RN1 PSLEBL02RN1 SN8SP404JA

Part Name & Description COIL COIL COIL (PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCERS) PHOTO COUPLER PHOTO COUPLER (RESISTORS) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1M 10k 10k 10k 10k 100 10 0 100 4.7k 1.2k 100 100 10 150 0.22 2.2 2.2 2.2 47k 1k 560 68k 15k 10k 1 1 1 1 1 4.7k 10k 620 100 2.2k 47k 470 1k 2.2k 4.7k 1k 8.2k 8.2k 18k 10k 4.7k 1k 1k 47k 10k 10k 22k 10k 10k 330 (OTHERS) COMPONENTS PARTS

Remarks S S

Ref. No. T1 VR101 Z1

Part No. PFLT18Q1 EVNCYA03B53 PFRZCENC751

Part Name & Description POWER TRANSFORMER VARIABLE RESISTOR VARISTOR

Remarks S S S

PC1 PC2

PFVIPC123 PFVITLP363

S S

12.20. LAN BOARD PARTS (OPTION)


Ref. No. PCB18 IC900 Part No. PFWP1FA102M PFWP1FA102M Part Name & Description LAN BOARD ASSY (RTL) (ICs) It is impossible to replace IC900 by itself.To replace IC900, replace the PCB18 assembly. IC (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CAPACITORS) 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 27p 27p 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 100 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 100p 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 (RESISTORS) 24.9 49.9 49.9 300 300 24.9 24.9 24.9 11K 10k Remarks

J2 J3 J105 J108 J109 J111 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R19 R20 R21 R22 R23 R30 R31 R32 R33 R50 R101 R102 R103 R105 R106 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R250 R271 R272 R273 R275 R276 R277 R278 R279 R280 R281 R282 R291 R292 R293 R294 R295 R301 R302 R303 R401 R402 R403 R501

ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ6GEY0R00 PFRDT26A105 PQ4R10XJ103 PQ4R10XJ103 ERDS2TJ103 PQ4R10XJ103 PQ4R10XJ101 ERJ6GEYJ100 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERDS2TJ101 ERJ6GEYF472V ERJ3GEYJ122 ERDS2TJ101 ERDS2TJ101 PFRDT26A100 ERJ6GEYJ151 ERX2SZJR22 ERJ8GEYJ2R2 ERJ8GEYJ2R2 ERJ8GEYJ2R2 ERG2SJ473 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ561 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYF153 ERJ3GEYF103 ERJ8GEYJ1R0 ERJ8GEYJ1R0 ERJ8GEYJ1R0 ERJ8GEYJ1R0 ERJ8GEYJ1R0 ERJ3GEYJ472 PQ4R18XJ103 ERJ6GEYF621V ERJ6GEYF101 ERJ6GEYF222 PQ4R10XJ473 ERJ6GEYJ471 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ6GEYJ222 ERJ6GEYJ472 ERJ6GEYJ102 ERJ6GEYJ822 ERJ6GEYJ822 ERJ6GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYF223 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ6GEYJ331

S S S S S

IC901 DA900 DA901 DA902 DA903

C1DB00001426 MA143 MA143 MA143 MA143

S S S S

S S S

C900 C901 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 C908 C909 C910 C911 C912 C913 C914 C915 C916 C917 C918 C919 C920 C921 C922 C923 C924 C925 C926 C927 C928 C931 C932 C933 C934 C935 C936 C937 C938 CN900 CN901

ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1H270JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV F2G0J1010014 ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H101JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV

SCR1

PFXFTM1661SE

R900 R901 R902 R903 R904 R905 R906 R907 R908 R909

ERJ8ENF24R9 ERJ8ENF49R9 ERJ8ENF49R9 ERJ3GEYJ301 ERJ3GEYJ301 ERJ8ENF24R9 ERJ8ENF24R9 ERJ8ENF24R9 ERJ8ENF1102 ERJ3GEYJ103

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Ref. No. R910 R911 R912 R913 R914 R915 R916 R919 R920 R922 R923 R924 R927 R928

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ100 ERJ3GEYJ561 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 PQ4R10XJ331 10k 10k 10k 10k 10k 10k 0 10 560 10k 10k 10k 10k 330

Part Name & Description

Remarks

Ref. No. L950

Part No. PFVF2P221SG

Part Name & Description COIL (RESISTORS) 33k 1.01 1.01 2.2 18k 220 10k 10k 4.7k 10k (SWITCHES) SWITCH

Remarks S

R950 R951 R952 R953 R954 R955 R957 R958 R959 R960 S SW951

ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ12RQG1R0U ERJ12RQG1R0U ERJ3GEYJ2R2 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ221 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 D0GG472JA002 ERJ3GEYJ103

X900

H0J250500055

(CRYSTAL RESONATOR) CRYSTAL RESONATOR

PFSH1A005Z

12.21. HOOK SWITCH BOARD (OPTION)


Ref. No. PCB19 Part No. PFLP1696MZ Part Name & Description HOOK SWITCH BOARD (RTL) Remarks

12.23. PAPER SWITCH BOARD PARTS (OPTION)


Ref. No. PCB21 Part No. PFWP2FA101M Part Name & Description PAPER SWITCH BOARD ASSY (RTL) SWITCH (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR,3P Remarks

PCB21-1 PFSH1A005Z CN940 CN941 PQJJ1TC5Z K2LA104B0019 (JACKS) JACK JACK (SWITCH) SWITCH S CN955 K1KA03A00495

SW940

ESE14A211

12.24. COVER SWITCH BOARD PARTS (OPTION)


Ref. No. PCB22 Part No. PFWP3FA101M Part Name & Description REGISTRATION SENSOR BOARD ASSY (RTL) SWITCH (CONNECTOR) CONNECTOR,2P Remarks

12.22. CASSETTE RELAY BOARD PARTS (OPTION)


Ref. No. PCB20 Part No. PFWP1FA101M Part Name & Description CASSETTE RELAY BOARD ASSY (RTL) SWITCH (IC) IC (TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) (CAPACITORS) 100 0.1 0.1 0.1 100 0.1 100 10 0.0033 0.1 (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR,4P CONNECTOR,13P CONNECTOR,2P CONNECTOR,3P CONNECTOR,2P (COIL) Remarks

PCB22-1 PFSH1A003Z

PCB20-1 PFSH1A003Z

CN956

K1KA02A00587

IC950

C0GBF0000025

12.25. EXTENSION USB CABLE KIT


Ref. No. S Part No. PFWAFLB851M Part Name & Description EXTENSION USB CABLE KIT Remarks

Q951 Q952

B1ABDF000025 2SB1197K

12.26. FIXTURES AND TOOLS


S Ref. No. EC1 EC2 EC3 EC4 EC5 EC6 EC7 EC8 EC9 EC10 EC11 EC12 EC13 Part No. PQZZ3K5Z PFZZ30K1Z PQZZ3K12Z PFZZ7K18ZA PQZZ7K5Z PQZZ5K6Z PFZZ8K4ZZ PQZZ2K1Z PFZZ8K18Z PFZZ13K3Z PFZZ11K13Z PFZZ30K2Z PQZZ22K2Z KM79811245C0 Part Name & Description EXTENSION CORD,3P EXTENSION CORD,30P EXTENSION CORD,3P EXTENSION CORD,7P EXTENSION CORD,7P EXTENSION CORD,5P EXTENSION CORD,8P EXTENSION CORD,2P EXTENSION CORD,8P EXTENSION CORD,13P EXTENSION CORD,13P EXTENSION CORD,30P EXTENSION CORD,22P BASIC FACSIMILE TECHNIQUE (for training service technicians) Remarks

D954

PQVDRLS73T

C950 C951 C952 C953 C954 C955 C956 C957 C958 C959

ECEA1VKA101 ECJ1VF1H104Z ECUV1C104ZFV ECJ1VF1H104Z ECEA1VKA101 ECUV1C104ZFV ECEA1CK101 ECUV0J106KB ECUV1H332KBV ECUV1C104ZFV

S S

CN950 CN951 CN952 CN953 CN954

K1KA04AA0193 K1KA13A00130 K1KA02A00587 K1KA03A00495 K1KA02AA0193

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13 FOR THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS


Note: 1. DC voltage measurements are taken with an oscilloscope or a tester with a ground. 2. The schematic diagrams and circuit board may be modified at any time with the development of new technology. 3.

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14 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
14.1. DIGITAL BOARD (1)
K1000p

+3.3V L600
K0.01u Z0.1u C611 Z0.1u C613 Z0.1u C606 Z0.1u C552 K1000p C605

C551

256Mbit SDRAM IC601


1 VDD1 VSS54 2 DQ0 DQ15 3 VDDQ3 VSSQ52 4 DQ1 DQ14 5 DQ2 DQ13 6 VSSQ6 VDDQ49 7 DQ3 DQ12 8 DQ4 DQ1 1 9 VDDQ9 VSSQ46 10 DQ5 DQ10 11 DQ6 DQ9 12 VSSQ12 VDDQ43 13 DQ8 DQ7 14 VDD14 VSS41 15 LDQM NC/RFU 16 UDQM WE 17 CLK CAS 18 CKE RAS 19 CS A12 20 BA0 A11 21 BA1 A9 22 A10/AP A8 23 A0 A7 24 A1 A6 25 A2 A5 26 A3 A4 27 VDD27 VSS28 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28

C553 K1000p

C609

2P221

SOC IC600
PVCLK WP DEVAC PVDATA[3-0]
D16 PRIO[0] E16 PRIO[1] E17 PRIO[2] 1B601 1005 E18 2:8B L554 PRIO[3] PVDATA[0] F16 PRIO[4] F17 2:5B PVDATA[1] PRIO[5] PVDATA[2] F18 PRIO[6] PVDATA[3] G16 PRIO[7] G17 3:5C L603 1B601 PRIO[8] G18 3:5C L604 1B601 PRIO[9] H16 3:5C L605 1B601 PRIO[10] H17 3:5C L606 1B601 PRIO[11] H18 3:5C L607 1B601 PRIO[12] J16 PRIO[13] J17 PRIO[14] J18 PRIO[15] 1B601 K16 L555 3:5C 1B601 1005 K17 PRIO[16] L556 3:5C PRIO[17] K18 3:5B L608 1B601 PRIO[18] L16 3:5B L609 1B601 PRIO[19] L17 PRIO[20] L18 PRIO[21] M16 PRIO[22] L602 M17 3:5C 1B601 PRIO[23] M18 1B601 1005 3:5C L557 PRIO[24] N16 1B601 1005 3:5C L558 PRIO[25] N17 2:5C PRIO[26] N18 7B PRIO[27] 1B601 1005 2:5C L559 P16 PRIO[28] 1B601 1005 P17 2:2C L560 PRIO[29] L561 1B601 1005 P18 7C PRIO[30] 1B601 R16 2:2C L562

DD[0] DD[1] DD[2] DD[3] DD[4] DD[5] DD[6] DD[7] DQML WE CAS RAS

RA605 47
1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

RA609 47
1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

2:5B 1F

DD[15] DD[14] DD[13] DD[12] DD[11] DD[10] DD[9] DD[8]


K0.01u

RA606 47
1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

RA610 47
1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

CIDRLY SPMUTE LINERLY1 BELL1 P-SHORT1

DBA[0] DBA[1] DA[10] DA[0] DA[1] DA[2] DA[3]


C607 K0.01u

DA[12] DA[11] DA[9] DA[8] DA[7] DA[6] DA[5] DA[4]

48MHz

HOOK EXHOOK DCN1 HSALC1

SADCLK SCLK1 SCLK2 SD[0] SD[1] SD[2] SD[3] SD[4] SD[5] SD[6] SD[7] SSEN CCDCLK[0] CCDCLK[1] CCDCLK[2] CCDCLK[3] CCDCLK[4] CCDILL[0] CCDILL[1] CCDILL[2] SPICLK SPIDO SPIDI SMOT[0] SMOT[1] SMOT[2] SMOT[3] SMOT[4] SMOT[5] SMOT[6] GPIO[0] GPIO[1] GPIO[2] GPIO[3] GPIO[4] GPIO[5] GPIO[6] GPIO[7]

V4 U3 V3 R2 K2 K3 H2 U2 J2 V2 K1 T3 T6 U6 V6 T5 U5 V5 T4 U4 A13 B12 A12 G3 L563 G2 L564 G1 J3 L565 H3 H1 R3

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22)
1B601 1005 7B FAN1HALF 1B601 1005 7B FAN1FULL 2:2C SN_OP 1B601 1005 2:2A SN_ST 2:7F SN_MNL 2:7F SN_REG 2:7F SN_PICK XGAINT +3.3V XMDMINT1
R621 10K

C554 J33p

Z0.1u C612

C610

Z0.1u Z0.1u

CKE SDCLK DQMU

VOX DRUM PAPER PVREQ PVACK FAN1DET OPTOPEN FAN2DET OPPAPER

Z0.1u C608

C555 J33p

X600
1 OE VDD

+3.3V

+3.3V

PRIO[31]

R827 10K

C808 C807

GND OUT

R668 0

10K R826

XOUT

DA[10] DA[0] DA[1] DA[2] DA[3] DA[4] DA[5] DA[6] DA[7] DA[8] DA[9] DA[11] DA[12] DBA[0] DBA[1] RAS CAS SDCLK CKE
)NC

SOC IC600
DA[0] DA[1] DA[2] DA[3] DA[4] DA[5] DA[6] DA[7] DA[8] DA[9] DA[10] DA[11] DA[12] DBA[0] DBA[1] DRAS DCAS DCLK DCKE SBA[0] SBA[1] SBA[2] SBA[3] SBA[4] SBA[5] SBA[6] SBA[7] SBA[8] SBA[9] SBA[10] SBA[11] SBA[12] SBA[13] SBACK/GPIO[80] SBWR SBRD DD[0] DD[1] DD[2] DD[3] DD[4] DD[5] DD[6] DD[7] DD[8] DD[9] DD[10] DD[11] DD[12] DD[13] DD[14] DD[15] DQM[0] DQM[1] DWE SBD[0] SBD[1] SBD[2] SBD[3] SBD[4] SBD[5] SBD[6] SBD[7] SBD[8] SBD[9] SBD[10] SBD[11] SBD[12] SBD[13] SBD[14] SBD[15] SBCS[0]/GPIO[44] SBCS[1]/GPIO[45] SBCS[2]/GPIO[46] SBCS[3]/GPIO[47] SBCS[4]/GPIO[81] SBCS[5]/GPIO[82]
R18 R17 T18 T17 U18 V18 U17 V17 T10 U11 T11 T12 T13 T14 T15 T16 U16 R613 U10 R614 V16 R615 B9 A9 C8 B8 A8 C7 B7 A7 C6 B6 A6 C5 B5 A5 C4 B4 C12 C11 B11 A11 C10 B10

R665 100

R795 47 RA631 47
4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 V13 U12 V12 V11 8 V7 7 RA632 U7 6 47 T7 5 V8 8 U8 7 RA633 T8 6 47 U13 5 V9 47 U9 47 U14 47 V14 22 V15 22 U15 L611V10 22 1B471 1005 T9 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 A3 A2 A1 B3 B2 B1 C3 C2 C1 D3 D2 D1 E2 E1 A4 C9 A10 E3 5 6 7 8

J15p J15p

J15p J15p J15p

R791 R792 R793 R605 R606 R607 R794 22

DD[0] DD[1] DD[2] DD[3] DD[4] DD[5] DD[6] DD[7] DD[8] DD[9] DD[10] DD[11] DD[12] DD[13] DD[14] DD[15]
22 22 22

1 2

IC616 NC R551 0
CLKIN NC NC VDD 8 7 6

+3.3V

TRST TCK TMS TDI TDO

D17 TEST B18 TRST A18 TCK C18 TMS B17 TDI C17

LANIN T CSOPEN USBPWR

TDO

RXD/GPIO[34] A16 TXD/GPIO[35] B16 RTS/GPIO[36] C16 CTS/GPIO[37]

A17

1F 1E A[23]

) NC

3 4

C740 Z0.1u

SS% CLKOUT GND SSON

( (

R824 NC

) )

X600

R823(

R822( C763 C764 C765 C766 C767 C768 C769 C770 C771 C772 C773 C774 C775 C776 C777 C778 C779 C780 C781

)NC

R825

DQML DQMU WE

RA602 33 RA603 33 RA604 33 R608 33 R609 33 1B601 7F L551 R602 0 R603 0


C601 NC

A[0] A[1] A[2] A[3] A[4] A[5] A[6] A[7] A[8] A[9] A[10] A[11] A[12] A[13]

D[0]
4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 5 D[1] 6 D[2] 7 D[3] 8 D[4] 5 D[5] 6 D[6] 7 D[7] 8 D[8] 5 D[9] 6 D[10] 7 D[11] 8 D[12] 5 D[13] 6 D[14] 7 D[15] 8 R616

RA611 33 33 RA612 33 RA613 33 RA614

+3.3V Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u

NC

+3.3V C862 C865 C869 Z0.1u J27p Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u C621 C622 C623
N15 VDD33 M15 VDD33 J15 VDD33 G15 VDD33 F15 VDD33 D13 VDD33 D12 VDD33 D9 VDD33 D7 VDD33 D6 VDD33 F4 VDD33 G4 VDD33 K4 VDD33 M4 VDD33 R4 VDD33 R6 VDD33 R7 VDD33 R10 VDD33 R12 VDD33 R13

+1.8V C861 C864 C867 C868


VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VDD18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 VSS18 DDP DDM RDP RDM RREF RPUDP VDDUA33 VSSUA33 VDDUC33 VSSUC VDDUA18 VSSUA18 VDDUC18 VSSSW VDDDIG18 VSSDIG18
P15 L15 H15 E15 D15 D14 D11 D8 D5 D4 E4 J4 L4 R5 R8 R11 R14 R15 M12 L11 K11 J11 H11 G12 J10 H10 J9 H9 G7 H8 J8 K8 K10 L8 L9 L10

SOC IC600

Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u

C631

C632 K0.01u C633 Z0.1u

C602 ( C603 C604

C614 C615 C616

C634 K0.01u C635 Z0.1u

Z0.1u J27p Z0.1u J27p Z0.1u

C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C630

C636 K0.01u C637 Z0.1u

C638 K0.01u C639 Z0.1u

LANRDY WR RD
NC C600

+3.3V 2:5B 3:1A 7E XGACS XMDMCS1 XLANCS

J27p

( ) ( )

10K L553 1B601

VDD33

+5VD C782 C783 C784 C785 C786 C787 C788 C789 C790 C791 C792 C793 C794 Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u

+3.3V RA600 47K RA601 47K R600


1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

XLANRST
8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

7F

XMDMRST1 L552 1B601 1005

3:1B F3 MEM[0]/GPIO[30]
MEM[1]/GPIO[31] F2 MEM[2]/GPIO[32] F1 MEM[3]/GPIO[33]

10K R601 10K A[23]

A[13] A[12] A[11] A[10] A[9] A[8] A[7] A[6] A[5] A[3]
5C

D[15-0]

A[0]
+3.3V
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

128Mbit FLASH

IC602
D[10] D[9] D[8]
A23 A24 A22 NC55 A15 A16 A14 BYTE A13 VSS2 A12 DQ15/A-1 A11 DQ7 A10 DQ14 A9 DQ6 A8 DQ13 A19 DQ5 A20 DQ12 WE DQ4 RESET VCC A21 DQ1 1 WP/ACC DQ3 RY/BY DQ10 A18 DQ2 A17 DQ9 A7 DQ1 A6 DQ8 A5 DQ0 A4 OE A3 VSS1 A2 CE A1 A0 NC27 NC30 NC28 VIO
56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29

R612

D[11]

+3.3V
J220p C799

1K

L12 VSS33 K12 VSS33 K15 VSS33 J12 VSS33 H12 VSS33 G11 VSS33 G10 VSS33 D10 VSS33 G9 VSS33 G8 VSS33 H7 VSS33 J7 VSS33 K7 VSS33 L7 VSS33 M7 VSS33 M8 VSS33 R9 VSS33 M9 VSS33 M10 VSS33 M11

VSS33

C810 C809

R604 XSYSRST A[22] WP 4.7K

Q600

D[14] D[15]

L601

A[13] A[12] A[11] A[10] A[9]

L610 L684

Z0.1u

RA607
1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

+3.3V

J1 VDDA33 V1

VDDA33

D[7] D[6] D[5] D[4]

H4 VSSA33 T2

VSSA33

47

J27p Z0.1u

C641 Z0.1u

D[13] D[12] A[8] A[7] A[6] A[5] A[4] A[3] A[2]


A[13-0]

47

C617 C618

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

D[3] D[2] D[1] D[0]

+3.3V C556 C557 C558 C559 C560 C561

+1.8V K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p C562

A[1]
RD

334

C642 C643 C644 C645

RA608

N1 M3 M1 L2 R620 R1 M2 R619 L3 F1.50K C640 L1 P1 U1 N2 N3 P3 L612 N4 P4 K9

F3.09k J220p

+3.3V L613 0 L614 1P181

Z0.1u

Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u Z0.1u

R622 10K

XSYSRST

D18 RESET T1 XIN P2

C15 2:6C B15 3:1A A15 L569 C14 7F 1B601 2:5F B14 A14 5E C13 B13

A[22]

(23) (24) (25) (26)


+1.8V

KX-FLB853RU

+3.3V+5VD
L687 1P181 L688 1P181

+12V
1P181 L689 C651 Z0.1u

C870 C871 C872 C873 C874 C875

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22)

MCLK VSMP RSMP ADC[0] ADC[1] ADC[2] ADC[3] ADC[4] ADC[5] ADC[6] ADC[7] SEN SI CLK CCDSW0 CCDRS CCDCP LAMP OEB XCCDON SCK SDI

C650 35V100u

C813 Z0.1u C814 Z0.1u

30 29 28 27 26

22

17

R640

10K

CCDSW0 L619 XCCDON L620 L621 LAMP OEB


L622

1B601 1B601 1B601 1B601 1005


J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p

21 20 19 18 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Q605

R643 470 1/2W

+3.3V Q608 R642


R644 56K
3

R638 FAN1FULL FAN1DET 5B 3B Q606


K1000p C797

8.2K R777

R641 470 1/2W

CCDCP L615 L616 SI

1B601 1B601

25
CG

24 23

SEN SDI SCK ADC[0] ADC[1] ADC[2] ADC[3] ADC[4] ADC[5] ADC[6] ADC[7]

L626 L627 L628 L700 L701 L702 L703 L704 L705 L706 L707

1B601 1005 1B601 1B601 1B221 1005 1B221 1005 1B221 1005 1B221 1005 1B221 1005 1B221 1005 1B221 1005 1B221 1005
J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p

12V 12V 5V 3.3V CG CG CCDCP SI CLK CCDRS CCDSW0 XCCDON LAMP DG DG OEB VSMP RSMP MCLK SEN SDI SCK ADC0 ADC1 ADC2 ADC3 ADC4 ADC5 ADC6 ADC7

+24V

R639

10K

R637 FAN1HALF 5B

Q607

8.2K

FANON DET GND

5.6K 39 1/2W
35V100u
2 1

C655

TO FAN (rear)

CN604
2P221
L631 C801 Z0.1u
PG

+24V

CN600

R631

10K

C563 C564 C565 C566 C567 Z0.1u C568 (1005) C569 C570 C571 C572 C573

TO CCD/CIS
FAN2HALF +3.3V 22
C831 J33p(1005)

2:4E R633 Q603


10K

VCC

R802
D610

100

FLT600
1 3

R632

MCLK

R800

C830

2 3 GND 4

MCLK RSMP
FAN2FULL 2:4E Q604 8.2K R634 3B
K1000p C796

IC611 IC612
1 VCC 5

R803 100 +3.3V


Z0.1u (1005) C832

R629 5.6K R775 39 1/2W

56K

R627
3

Q602

R630

86ns

470 1/2W

8.2K

+3.3V

R628 470 1/2W

Q601

FANON DET GND

VSMP (ADF/TEXT COPY)


FLT601
1 3

RSMP

2 3 GND 4

C652

R804 100

35V100u

FAN2DET

2 1

TO FAN (front)

C800 Z0.1u
PG

R807 27

CN602

C833 D10p(1005)

IC613
1 VCC 5

+3.3V
C834 Z0.1u (1005)

172ns

VSMP

R808 100

2 3 GND 4

27

C835 D10p(1005)

CCDRS (ADF/TEXT COPY)

IC614
1 VCC 5

+3.3V
Z0.1u (1005) C836

8 7 RA622 6 47K 5 8 7 RA624 6 47K 5 8 7 RA625 6 47K 5 8 7 RA626 6 47K 5

R811 1

FLT602
3

CLK

L630

+3.3V

CN603
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

CLK

R812 100

2 3 GND 4

FLT603
1 3

C837 J33p(1005)

R779 100

D[0] D[1] D[2] D[3] D[4] D[5] D[6] D[7]


C839 J22p(1005)

33
4 3 2 1 5 6 7 8 3

2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

IC615
1 VCC 5

+3.3V
Z0.1u (1005) C838

RA615 33

CCDRS R780
100

2 3 GND 4

R783 1 10

FLT604
3

4 3 2 1

R819

D[8] D[9] D[10] D[11] D[12] D[13] D[14] D[15]

220

RA616 33

5 6 7 8

4 3 2 1

C646 ( ) C647

K1u R623

RA617 33

5 6 7 8

5C
Z0.1u C848

R624

100K

USBPWR

4 3 2 1

RA618

5 6 7 8

+3.3V
27
8 7 RA621 6 47K 5 8 7 RA623 6 47K 5

26 28 29 30 31 32

CN601
1 4 1 3 2 2 3 VBU S D-

D[15-0]

3E;2:6C;3:1A

( ) NC D608

( ) NC D607

(23) (24) (25) (26)

A[13-0]
D+ GND

2F;2:5C;3:1A

R625 C648 R626 C649

F40.2 C7p F40.2 C7p L629

NC

XLANCS

3D

A[0] A[1] A[2]

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

33
4 3 2 1 5 6 7 8

33 34 35 36

+3.3V

37 38 39 40

RA619 RA620 33 WR RD XLANRST LANINT LANRDY


4 3 2 1 5 6 7 8

GND GND D0 D1 D2 D3 GND GND D4 D5 D6 D7 GND GND D8 D9 D10 D11 GND GND D12 D13 D14 D15 GND GND A0 A1 A2 CS GND GND RD WR RESET TIN RDY 3.3V 3.3V

82K

R636

R635

33

47K

NC : No Components

KX-FLB853RU SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Digital Unit 01)

335

KX-FLB853RU

14.2. DIGITAL BOARD (2)


+3.3V
R682

+3.3V +5VD

2.2K

CN611
R690
5V 1 2 3

56K

Q612 R662
C585

1K SN_REG

CN609
LED 1 REGIST 2 3

R685 R673
15K

R693
C687 K1000p 3:5C PICK

180

( ) NC

+3.3V

Q621

TNR

2.2K
GND

5.6K Q632

C842 K0.47u Q613 R663 1K SN_MNL C843 K0.47u Q610 R653 +3.3V C844 K0.47u
PG

C586

( ) NC

K0.1u

GND

R679

5.6K

R683

+3.3V
R688 3.3K

C676

SEN_LED

CR_LED

REGIST

SW600

K1000p

TO tyuukei

1K

4 3

1 2

R691 5.6K
C686

CSOPEN 1:5C

SN_PICK

DG SN_REG SN_MNL LED MNLPAPER SN_PICK 24V

6 5

R654 5.6K 180


C659 K1000p

MNLPAPER
+3.3V

R652
3 2

CRM0
R669 2.2K

+24V R820

CRM1 CRM2 CRM3 CRM4


Q635 +3.3V

C587

( ) NC

2.2 1/2W

Q619

CN605

R670 2.2K

DOCU_LED

CRM5 (1-2 phase excitation)


(4) (5)
VSS SENCTL2 SMT6 SMT5 SMT4 SMT3 SMT2 SMT1 SMT0 IOP06 IOP05 SENCTL1 SENI7 SENIN6
108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95

C681 Z0.1u

TO FLAT BED & ADF

+3.3V

+5VD

CN608
5V DG M0 CR_LED M1 CRG M2 M3 PSTART M4 FBCVR M5 RPS M6 ADFCVR PG DOCU 24V DOCU_LED ADFENB CRENB 1 2 3 4

5.6K 5.6K

R656 R657
C821 K1000p C661 K0.1u

C660 K1000p

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

C820 K1000p

L690 L691 L634 L692 L635

1B252 PSTART CRG 1B252 1B252 CRM0 1B252 CR_LED 1B252 CRM1

CRG RPS REGIST PSTART DOCU_LED DOCU MNLPAPER ADFCVR FBCVR LD SS DCCLK BRAKE
R667 100

5.6K 5.6K 5.6K +24V 5.6K F602

R658 R659 R660 R661

C668 K1u

1K2K

1.2K

DA600

R684 4.7M

J18p C671

X601 32.768KHz

L636 L637 L638 L693 L639 L694 L640 L695 L696 L697 L698

CRM2 1B252 1B252 CRM3 1B252 CRM4 1B252 FBCVR 1B252 CRM5 1B252 RPS CRM6 1B252 1B252 ADFCVR
1B252

XSYSRST +3.3V/BATT +5VD C680 Z0.1u C670 XGAINT RD WR

R672

DOCU

+3.3V R671

R681 330K

J600 R674 1A

2A

2A 1608
1B252 ADFMEN 1B252 CRMEN
C657 35V100u

J18p RA627 33
C846 Z0.1u

Z0.1u C802

K1000p K1000p K1000p K0.1u K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p K1000p

) NC 1K

220

D[15-0]

VDDPLL L648
6.3V100u C678

C682 Z0.1u

10 XCS 11 PVREQ 12 PVACK 13 PVDATA0 14 PVDATA1

PG

BAT600

C828 C827 C662 C663 C664 C665 C826 C825 C824 C823 C822

RA628 33

D[0] D[1] D[2] D[3] D[4] D[5] D[6] D[7]

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

ADR0 ADR1 ADR2 ADR3 ADR4 ADR5 ADR6 ADR7

109 3.3V 110 SENIN8 111 SENIN9 112 SENIN10 113 SENIN11 114 SENCTL3 115 SENIN12 116 SENIN13 117 SENIN14 118 SENIN15 119 PMT0/LD 120 PMT1/SS 121 PMT2/DCCLK 122 PMT3/BREAK 123 PMT4 124 IOP04/EXTCLK 125 XRESET 126 3.3V 127 VSS 128 VDDRTC 129 PWRCTL 130 XIN_RTC 131 XOUT_RTC 132 VSSRTC 133 XINTOUT 134 XRD 135 XW R 136 DB0 137 DB1 138 DB2 139 DB3 140 DB4 141 DB5 142 DB6 143 DB7 144 3.3V

R645 R646 R647 R649 R650 R651

56K 15K 3.3K 15K 3.3K 56K

SEN_LED CRM6 CRM5 CRM4 CRM3 CRM2 CRM1 CRM0 CRMEN ADFMEN TOPCVR

(1) (2) (3)

R648

56K

22.22MHz

32.768kHz

VSS

C658 35V100u

C654 35V100u

C653 35V100u

CN606
24V 24V PG PG DG DG 12V 6V 3.3V PWRDWN HTRCTL 11 10 9

A[0] A[1] A[2] A[3] A[4] A[5] A[6] A[7]

PLL G PG

L643
8 7

L645

+12V
PG
CG

1P181

L646

R817

R818

CN610
1

4.7K

24V 24V PG PG LD SS CLK

0.22 1/2W 0.22 1/2W


2

C847
6

TO DC MOTOR

Z0.1u
5 4 3 2 1

+3.3V +5VD
R680 56K

3 4
PG

+6V +3.3V

LD PWRDWN
Q616

R675 1K

5 6

LD SS CLK BRAKE (=1629Hz)

SS DCCLK
L685 L686
K0.1u C666

Q634 1B252
C811 J180p

R677 0
7

HTRCTL
+24V
C803 Z0.1u

BRAKE

R678 0
8

Q620

L633

24V PG CH G DE V

8 7 6 5

1:3A Q639

DEVAC +3.3V
2.2 1/2W

CHG
Q614 Q611
4.7K R666

C812 J180p

1B252

BRAKE

+1.8V +5VD

R676 0

6.3V100u

Z0.1u

DEVAC 4 TRS 3 HVERR 2

TRS
Q609 R772

+6V
1 2

IC603
C677
GND VIN VOUT 3

Z0.1u

C679

HVERR
F15K
F2.26K R771

CVR 1

CN607

TO HVPS

336

C674 K1u

C667 K1u

TOPCVR

C669 NC

C675 6.3V100u

1 5 ON/OFFVOUT 2 VSS 3 4 NC VIN

C684

C685

IC605

6.3V47u

R789 R790

+3.3V

2.2 1/2W

DEV

XGACS PVREQ PVACK

+24V

+3.3V

R692

1:3D

1:2F;1:7E;3:1A A[13-0]

1:3B 1:3B

L682 L681 ( ( L680 L644 (

1B601
L649

) ) ) )

1B601

PVDATA[0] PVDATA[1]

TO SMPS

+24V

(6) (7)

C656 Z0.1u

(8)

KX-FLB853RU

+3.3V
F15K R699

XVIDEO XLDEN
R702 1K
K1000p C697 K1000p C700

388 s

TO FUSER CN612
D604

XAPC XHSYNC

) (

) (
R700

THRM GND

1 2

IC610
1

C816

Z0.1u

VCC 5

R815
D609

22 R742 100

+3.3V L669
C815 J10p
7 6 GND XVIDEO XLDEN XAPC 5V GND XHSYNC

R814 100

2 3 GND 4

R816 NC

R743 R744

100 100

C878 J100p

FAN2FULL FAN2HALF EVOL2 EVOL1 EVOL0

BREAK1 3:5C

(1) (2) (3)

AIN0

C877 J100p

XVIDEO XLDEN XAPC


4.7K

5 4 3

+5VD
R718 4.7K R720

(
NC C718 Q624 +24V
R731 10K F609

)
C717 Z0.1u
2 1

XHSYNC R715 PWRDWN


R716 2.2K

C691 D8p

OPTPICK

1B601 1005

1B601 1005 1B601 1005 1B601 1005

C688 D8p

+24V
3.15A

CN614

L650

22MHz X602 1M R695

TO LASER
+24VP C719 35V100u C720 Z0.1u

R727
L651 L652 L653 C880 J100p C881 J100p

Q628

TEST2 R694 1K C690 Z0.1u 2C

+3.3V +5VD
C882 J100p R719 47K

39K Q625

CN615
1 2 3 POLCLK XREADY POLOBNN GBD 24V

C879

J100p

XREADY
Z0.1u C695

R717

(4) (5)
94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73

POLCLK
L672

TEST2 XOUT0 XIN0 VSS 3.3V SENIN5 SENIN4 CBUSY2 CBUSY1 CCLK CSI CSO IOP47 IOP46 IOP45 IOP36 IOP35 IOP34 SWLAT SWDAT SWCLK 5V

Q626
72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

1P181

4 5

22.22MHz

C855 J100p C856 J100p

IC604

C854 J100p

C853 J100p

C852 J100p

C851 J100p

15 PVDATA2 16 PVDATA3 17 PVCLK 18 3.3V 19 VSS 20 VSSA 21 AIN0 22 AIN1 23 TONE 24 VDDA 25 TEST0 26 SENCTL0 27 SENIN0 28 SENIN1 29 SENIN2 30 SENIN3 31 OMT0 32 OMT1 33 OMT2 34 OMT3 35 OMT4 36 VSS

C714 K1000p

C716 K1000p

TEST1

C850 J100p

K0.1u

25MHz

C715

R701 470

+5VD

J100p

C579

VSS MICLK MIDAT MILAT IOP33 IOP32 IOP31 IOP30 KSTART KSCLK KTXD OPERST PWRDWN XHSYNC XLDEN XAPC XVIDEO VSS 5V PO R VCNT VSSPLL VDDPLL XREADY POLON POLCLK TRS DEV CHG IOP07 HTRCTL TEST1 XOUT1 XIN1 3.3V

POLON
L656 L657 L658

1B601 1B601 1B601

3:5C 3:5C 3:5C 3:6B 3:6B 3:6B

MICLK MIDAT MILAT ACK1 EST1 SD 1


R773 10K

Q622

TO POLYGON

TP_CHKSEL

POLCLK (=3.86kHz)
KSTART KSCLK KTXD OPERST PWRDWN XHSYNC XLDEN XAPC XVIDEO
R736

+3.3V
3.3K 3.3K 3.3K

XREADY POLON
OPMB OPMXB OPMXA OPMA OPMPWR
L664 L666 L665 L663 L667

+24V

47K

F610

R737 R738 R740

4A

CN616
1 2 3 4 B XB XA A PWR PG 24V OPEN SELENOID

1B252 1B252 1B252 1B252

C699 Z0.1u VDDPLL C698 Z0.1u


PLLG

R703 100

C574 C575 C576 C577 C578

R705 NC( R706

)
100
PLLG

J33p J33p J33p J33p J33p

R707 100 C704 C705 C706(

Z0.1u Z0.1u ) NC

1B252

L655

XREADY POLON POLCLK TRS DEV CHG HVERR HTRCTL

C805 Z0.1u
PG

6 7

SN_OP OPTOPEN OPPAPER OPTPICK

1:5B 1:3B 1:3B 5E

L668

1B252
R735 R733 R734 5.6K 5.6K 1K

8 9

10 PAPER 11 PICK 12 DG 13 5V

C696 Z0.1u

R704 1M X603

C683 K1u

TEST0

PVDATA[2] PVDATA[3]

(6) (7)

Z0.1u

R741

POUT_LED POUT BIN1 BIN2 BIN3 OPMA OPMB OPMXA OPMXB OPMPWR

2.2K

C883 C884 C885 C886 C887

J100p J100p J100p J100p J100p

25MHz
D6p C703 C702 D5p

TO
+3.3V

OPTION CASETTE
Q629

C692 C694 Z0.1u

AIN0 AIN1

R698

(8)
1:3A 1:3A

R739

POUT_LED
+3.3V +3.3V
R708 F18K

2.2K Q633

PVDATA[3-0] PVCLK

3:5C

TONE

R714 1K
K1000p C708 K1000p C709

56K 56K 56K 56K

NC R709

D605

TO OPE
CN613
THRM 1

KSTART KTXD KSCLK

KSTART KTXD KSCLK OPERST GND

1B252 1B252 1B252

J33p J33p J33p J33p

100 100
3

R710 R711 R712 R713

L659 L660 L661

BIN1 BIN2 BIN3 POU T KTXD


C710 K1000p C711 K1000p C712 K1000p C713 K1000p

R721 R722 R723 R724

5.6K 5.6K 5.6K 5.6K

R728 R729 R730 R732

AIN1

TO SORTER
CN617
1 2 3 4 BIN1 BIN2 BIN3 JAM DG 3.3V SOLENOID PG

KSTART

180
4 5 6 7

KSCLK OPERST

1K

0.63A 1608

C701 J180p +5VD C707 Z0.1u


C588 NC

C580 C581 C582 C583

L662 1B252

+24V
F608

) C589 NC ( ) C590 NC ( )

5 6 7 8

R696

10K

10K

1:5B

1K C845 K0.47u
PG

XSYSRST
K0.01u C689 C693 K0.1u

1 2

VOUT VSS VIN NC

4 3

RESET

2.7V

NC : No Components

KX-FLB853RU SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Digital Unit 02)

337

J100p

R697

C584

RESET IC606

R726 SN_ST

D606

+3.3V

5V

Q623

KX-FLB853RU

14.3. DIGITAL BOARD (3)

100 RA629

C742 Z0.1u

R755 10K

+3.3V
8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

RA630 100

D[7] D[6] D[5] D[4] D[3] D[2] D[1] D[0]

A[0] A[1] A[2] A[3] A[4] A[5]

XMDMCS1 RD WR A[13-0] D[15-0]

R746

4.7K

+3.3V

+5VD

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

C723

C733 K1u

J33p

1:5C

C741

Z0.1u +3.3V

RXIN

C755 K0.1u

R764 10K

1 2 3 4

INPUT NC OSCOUT NC NC OSCIN NC GND

VDD NC ESt NC NC ACK NC SD

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

10 C762 Z0.1u

XMDMINT1

IC608

+3.3V
K2200p C721

VSS100 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 VDDO91 VSSO90 VSS89 VDD88 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6

R762

R745 47K

XMDMRST1

1:2D
C722 K2200p

R763

C736 Z0.1u R749 75K

3.3K 3.3K 3.3K

F611

R786 R787 R788

R760 R761
C747 Z0.1u

100 100 DCN1 HSALC1 BREAK1 P-SHORT1 BELL1 CIDRLY VOX LINERLY1 MIDAT EXHOOK MICLK C841 Z0.1u MILAT PAPER DRUM PICK SPMUTE HOOK TONE EVOL0 EVOL1 EVOL2

C806

C737 Z0.1u

R748
C724 J10p

100

31 32 HSMIC 33 RESERVED33 34 TALKn 35 VDDO35 36 IA_AVSS36 37 RESERVED37 38 IA_CNTRL_SIN 39 IA_CLKIN 40 IA_TXSIN 41 IA_SCK 42 IA_RXOUT 43 IA_STROBE 44 IA_AVSS44 45 OH 46 VDDO46 47 RESERVED47 48 VSUB 49 VSSO49 50 RESERVED50

K1u C734

C725 6.3V330u

C730 NC

IA_RESETn

1I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

RQ RIn RESETn GPIO0 GPIO1 VSSO6 VDDO7 GPIO2 GPIO3 GPIO4 DIAGDATA EYEXY/SWCFG2 SIA_STROBE/EYESYN VSS14 SIA_RXOUT SIA_SCK/EYECLK VSS17 VDD18 SIA_TXSIN N PSIA_CLKIN SIA_CNTRL_SIN IA_AVSS22 IA_AVDD SPKR TXP TXM VREF VC RX IA_AVSS30

WRn RDn CSn TEST XTLO XTLI/CLKINN 28.224MHz VDD74 VSS73 ENABLE_VREG VBG SDAA_RCREF AVDD AVSS YCLK/SWCFG2 XCLK/SWCFG1 RINGDn VSS64 PIA_CNTRL_SIN PIA_TXSINN VDDO61 VDDO60 VSSO59 PIA_SCK PIA_RXOUT PIA_STROBE VDDO55 VSSO54 PSIA_SLEEPn IA_SLEEPn NC

MODEM

IC607

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51

X605

4.7K

4.19MHz

5 6 7

16V10u C760

100

99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81

R765

R757 1K C749 Z0.1u C750 Z0.1u R758 240K

28.224000MHz X604

EST1 ACK1

C751 J18p C752 J18p

+3.3V
0

C754 K1u C753 K1000p

SD 1 +24V
Z0.1u
0.63A 1608

+3.3V

R759

10K C591 J33p

CN618
1 2 3 4 5 6 DG 24V DCN HSALC BREAK PSHORT BELL 5V CIDRLY VOX LINERLY MIDAT EXHOOK MICLK MILAT PAPER DRUM PICK AG SPMUTE HOOK TONE EVOL0 RXI N EVOL1 TXM EVOL2 TXP

+5VD

PG

C748 Z0.1u

( )

C726 6.3V330u

K1u

NC

( )

C735

C731

C739 Z0.1u

100 100 100

R750 R751 R752

2A601

L674

C757 K1000p

C758 K1000p

C759 K1000p

C729 Z0.1u

R756 4.7K

C746 K0.1u

RXIN

TXP TXM

C761 K1000p

C732

C738

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

338

C756 K3300p

R770 56K

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NC

C876

( )

Z0.1u C840 C744 Z0.1u

R768 R767 R769

5.6K 5.6K 5.6K

16 17 18 19 20 21

R766 L676 L677 L678 L679

5.6K

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

1B601 1B601 1B601 1B601

C727

6.3V330u

+3.3V

RXIN TXM TXP

C728 K1u R747 0

NC : No Components

KX-FLB853RU SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Digital Unit 03)

KX-FLB853RU

MEMO:

339

KX-FLB853RU

14.4. ANALOG BOARD


L281

(
NC C337

IC210
1 2 8 7

L279

(
R378

(
C335 NC

NC R377

R237 47K

C244 K0.027u R257

A
3

B
6 5

R244

1K C251

NC D200

(
NC

(
NC

)
C338

NC

T200 4

J206

47K

K6800p

NC

C254

(
NC

R229

R375

NC

(
NC

(1)

2 1 5

K0.027u

L278

NC

C234

R245

J C252

NC D201

1 2 3
AG1

T201 6

C266 50V2.2u

C336

) (

NC

L282

R374

NC

NC

+24VA

R233 J

R241 1K C245

(2)

AG3

R267

C257

1B252

R379

R225

L220

NC

10

NC R383

NC R382

J10p

NC

12K

( (

) ) (
NC

R256

)
NC

C262 J100p D202

5.6K C273

NC

NC

K0.01u

C342

C341

L286

1B252

AG3

Q203 R270 820

L223

C236

50V4.7u

C248

NC

Q200 L289 R253 1B252 2.2K C352 J10p

R384

C344

C343

(3) (4)
R259

NC

NC

L283

NC

IC211
J

AG1

C258

16V10u

C255

C340

L285

NC

NC

CIDRLY VOX LineRLY1 MIDAT EXTHOOK MICLK MILATCH PAPER DRUM PICK SPMUTE

1B252

L222

1B252

+5VD L273 J

DCN1 HSalc1 Break1 P-short1 Bell1

R387

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

NC

R381

(
NC

R217 J

3 4

R234 C353 J10p J

R242 330K

D203

D204 R263

J213 J

330 R249

R230

L284

NC

)
2

(
NC

Q202

C339 NC

V+ 8
7

C269

L274 L275 J

PC200

15

NC

C237

J68p

Q201

J10p

CN200

R260 NC

110K

IC204

C241

( )

10K

10K
A K

22K

+24V

R271

J150p R216

16V47u

C261

NC

C219

1B252 C228

L221

36V100u

Z0.1u C231

R262

R265

(5)
C E

V+12VA

C263

C265 Z1.0u

(
NC

(6) (7)

L225

K0.1u C243

1B252

L224

K0.1u

R231

620 C239

Z1.0u

AG3

AG3 AG2

R223

110K C226

J150p
AG1

L276 J 21
23

20 22 24

R218

C225 R222

29 30

AG2

43K

K0.1u

C220

AG3

R254

4.7K

2 1
AG5

J260 J

L295 1B252
AG4

NC

1B252

) (

K0.1u

C240

L294

J261

NC

HOOK TONE EVOL0 LINEIN_P EVOL1 modem_txm EVOL2 modem_txp

L292 J

R238

25 26 27 28

AG1

L293 1B252

39K

+5VD

Aasic_lineout

Aasic_linein

1
monitorin1

L234

(8) (9)
HOOK_IN HSalc1

5
modem_txm HSagcin modem_txp HSagcout

HOOK

DRUM

modem_txout1

HSagcin

micin2

PAPER

TONEIN

2
R356 R357 R358 R211 C222 K0.1u

3
TON E
K0.068u K0.015u C349 C350

1
+5VD

C351

1.8K

6.8K

K4700p

33K

(
1 2

)
4 3

(
1 2

)
4 3

(
1 2

)
4 3

+5VA L271 J

+24V L272 J

+24VA

SW203

SW202

SW201

+12VA

R359

100K

C330

R272

micin1

(10)

PICK

J204

J
AG2 AG1

J
FG2

R247 J202 J200 J J J201 J

(
NC

R251

R261

150K R264

56K

R235

R255

22K

56K

FG1

K0.027u

K0.027u

K4700p C268

C256

K8200p

C238

+5VA

R252 10K

1B252

C260

R240

L230

1B252

OUTPUT

GND

INPUT

J100p C356 J10p L233 L290 1B252 1B252

1 2

8 7

R266 100K C270 J390p C354 R269

R236

100K 100

1 VCC

IC205

AG5

A
3 4

B
6

L237

NC

V+

1B252
VREF L238 1B252

DET

R250

L226

10K

1B252

C259

IC206

R239

V-

1B252

L227

L235

K0.1u

C267

24K

6.3V330u

16V10u R248

100K

Z0.1u C247

Z0.1u C253

C242

C250

1M

R258 C264

10K

J10p C272 J390p

1B252

L229

J100p

AG5

Call_ID FAX_TX FAX_RX HS_TX HS_RX Monitor_RX Tone

KX-FLB853RU ANALOG BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/2)

340

K0.1u

C275

J203

16V10u

J205

Z0.1u

R360

C329

100K

24K

KX-FLB853RU

(1)
J223

NC D209
2 3

(2)

R273 15

Q206

L262 3A601

F200

CN206
1 a1 2
E(G)/A2

Z0.1u

R298

100K C292

R278

8.2K

4
1

L258
4

R276

3.9K

C309
2 3

SA200

+5VD Q216 R277 +5VD K3300p C278 47K

3 a/A1 4 b/B1 5
S(W)/B2

D205 R296 4.7K

680p C310 R331 NC R319 R337 680p ZNR200 R343 2W 6.8 R339
3 5

L266 SA201 3A601 +5VD

POS200 J

PC202

Z0.1u

C279

(3) (4)
R274 1K

470K

NC

NC

1K2A

R297

R284

1K

D216

2K 1A

(
RLY201
5 4

+5VD

6 b1

RLY200

C320 NC
3

+24V R344

R347

(
)
RLY200
1 2

)
NC

R290

33K

50V100u PC203

PC201

Z1.0u

(5)

680K

Q205 1M

50V22u

R323

(
NC

D212 PC206 C316 J100p


AK KA C E

C284

C345

R291

C277

NC

R376

CN207
R345
1 b1 2
S(W)

(6) (7)
R275 50V1.0u 100

R325

)
NC

R316

NC

C311 250V1.0u R322 2W 12K 0.5W 47K NC NC


2

Q210 L263 L264 3A601 R332 J221 D217 J


3

(
NC

3 b/B1

R346
4 a/A1

3A601 +5VD RLY201


1 2

J
5
E(W)

+24V
6 a1

R386

D218

C347

R335

D210

J222

J D211 PC205

R338 10K

Q204

Q207

NC

R391 NC

( )
C E

C276

D215

( (

) )
NC

C323

C348

( )

)
Q212

NC

5 4 3

T202 1 C314 K0.1u R329

R385

R334

AG1

(10)
MICLK MILATCH MIDAT HSagcout micin1 micin2 VOX

+5VA R389 47K

1
CN209
1 HSSP+ HSSPAG

EVOL0
Q217 +5VA R388 47K L291 1B252 +5VA

EXTHOOK

monitorin1

(8) (9)
P-short1 DCN1 Break1

K0.01u

C315

33K

Q211

1K

NC

LineRLY1

CIDRLY

Bell1

2 3

CN210
1 HSMICHOOK_IN HSMIC+

EVOL1
1B252 Q218 47K R286 R287 R288 R289

R390

IC207
30K 1 68K 2 X4
3 100K 4 47K 5 6 7 8
AG4

L254

+5VA

2 3

EVOL2
Q219

X6 X X7 X5 INH VEE VSS

VDD X2 X1 X0 X3 A B C

16 15 R300 14 R301 13 R302 12 R303 11 10 9

10K 5.6K 2.2K 18K

C297 Z0.1u 16V10u C299 18K

4
R292 C289 10K

R307

2 3
Aasic_spout

K0.068u

R293

1K

J56p 560K

VREF
AG4

IC209
SPIN SPOUT VLOUT VREF VLIN STR CLOCK DATA VDD VOXOUT

R304 C293 L251 1B252 L253 L246

36 35 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

C305 J82p

C306 J82p

1B252 J J100p 33K 1B252 330K J27p

LINEIN_P TONEIN

C325

J
AG5

MODEMRXOUT VOXDET GND NC29 NC28 TONEIN NC26 MODEMTXOUT MODEMTXIN LINEIN LINEOUT EXTOUT EXTIN NC19 VOXIN VSS NC9 ROUT2 ROUT1 RIN VCC HSMICIN1 HSMICIN2 HSMICOUT NC17 NC18

C301 Z0.1u

L257

1B252

680

L244

1B252

C307 J82p

R340

4 2 2 4
C281 K0.1u R282 15K

K0.22u 34

1
Aasic_linein Aasic_lineout

1K

C295 R305 L252 R306 C296

5
modem_txout1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

120K

L260

C294

1B252

2 3

+5VD +5VA

R315 R326 R327 R328 82 82 82

HOOK_IN

R341

16V47u L267 L268

C321

R318 C308 C355 J10p R324 C303 K0.1u VREF L256 1B252 R320 R321 R317 68K C313

150K J220p

1B252 1B252 1B252 1B252

K0.01u

C319

L269 L270

D206 D207

200K R342 L261 1K 1B252 D213 ( ) D214 ( ) C322 K0.01u J560p

+5VA 1B252 4.7 L255 R309

220K 220K

L241 1B252

R285 10 R294

+5VA

Z0.1u

C298

C300

monitorin1

6.3V220u

3
C317 16V10u

NC )

NC )

R279 150K

C286 J680p

L265

10K

R373 (

R372 (

IC208
8 7 VO2 GND VCC VO1 CD FC2 FC1 VIN 1 2 3 4

R299 C290 1K Z1.0u C291 Z1.0u ( C334 ) NC

SPSP+

2 1

R333 ( ) NC

120K

CN204

C282 J680p

R280

6.3V100u

C285

R295 10K C288 K2200p

SPMUTE Aasic_spout
R283 C287 L245 10K K0.047u 1B252

NC: No Components KX-FLB853RU ANALOG BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/2)

341

KX-FLB853RU

14.5. HANDSET BOARD AND SENSOR BOARD


L43

CN40
1 HSSP+ HSSPAG

C40

NC

( )
HSSPHSSP+ AG HSMIC6 5 4

L42

2 3

L41
3

CN41
1 2 3 HSMICHOOK_IN HSMIC+

0
NC

C41

HOOK_IN 2 HSMIC+ 1

( )

L40

CN42

TO OPTION HANDSET

TO ANALOG BOARD

KX-FLB853RU: HANDSET BOARD

IC40
1 OUTPUT 3
VCC GND

Z0.1u

C42

CN43
1 2 3 5V TNR GND

342

To DIGITAL

AMP 175487-3

KX-FLB853RU: SENSOR BOARD

14.6. OPERATION BOARD


+5VD R101 180 R102 180 R103 180 R104 180 R109 180 R110 180 R111 180 R112 180
Z0.1u Z0.1u NC NC C106 C123C122

+5VD +5VD

( )

( )

( )

C118 NC

6.3V100u

C101

C102

C103

C104

NC

TH101

R126 NC

( )

Z0.1u

TO DIG CN10
1

COPY

CLEAR

S1

S6

SW105

SW111

SW117

SW123

SW129

SW135

SW141

R124 R122 R125

100
2

100
3

100
4

K390p

R123

100
R127 12K J100p

J100p

START

ZOOM

REDIA L

K0.01u

MONITO R

S2

S7

FLASH

J100p

K390p

J100p

SW106

SW112

SW118

SW124

SW130

SW136

SW142

6 7

C111

C113

C109

C112

C119

C120

UTION

SCAN

CONTRAST

PAPER TRAY

S8

SW107

SW113

SW119

SW125

SW131

SW137

SW143
R11612K

SORTOR MODE

HELP

AUTO ANSWER

C1ZBZ0002089

STO P

MENU

FAX

CALLER ID

SW109

SW115

SW121

SW127

SW133

SW139

SW145

+5VD

+5VD

+5VD

R128 12K

R133 12K

R131 12K

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

KIN5 KIN6 KIN7 XLED12 XLED11 VDD-17 VSS-18 XLED13 XLED14 XLED15 LED1

1 KSL2 2 LED6 3 KIN1 4 LED7 5 XLED8 6 XLED9 7 KIN2 8 KIN3 9 XLED10 10 KSL3 11 KIN4

KSL1 KSL0 KIN0 LED5 VDD-40 VSS-39 LED4 LED3 LED2 START LATCH

44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34

SW108

SW114

SW120

SW126

SW132

SW138

SW144

TXD RXD SCLK RESET D7 D6 D5 D4 E RWB RS

33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23

IC101

R115

NC

C121

R120

( ) NC

C114

NC

16V10u C110

Z0.1u

NC

R121 560

C115

C107

C108

+5VD +5VD R105 LED101 R106 LED102 R107 LED103 240 LED106 390 LED105 R114 240 R113 240 390

Z0.1u

KX-FLB853RU: OPERATION BOAR

C116

Z0.1u

343

COB MO
S4 10 9

S9

S10

SW140

SW134

SW116 D101

8 S3 S5 7 6

SW122

SW128 +5VD D102


4 5

R129 R130 R132

180 180 180

R117 R118

33K 9.1K

+5VD 4.7 R119

3 2 1

CN10 TO CO

KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

14.7. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD


CN1 T1 +24V 8 TOPCVR 1 CHG REM 6
SW1 F1
4 B1

CHG
C81
D81

56.226KHz
33K R1
D3 3

10V
R3 4.7K R5 4.7K
R13 C5 D5

24V
R25
270

R18
8.2K

2 D82 6

C1 47u

220K 0.033u

D1

33K

R6

3 4

1
1

0.1u

C3

C7

D7

2 11

IC1

0.01u

C82

Q3

C11

33K

1u

33K

R7

D2

R9

D9

D12

C2 0.068u

D14

GND 7
VR1

blue

D13

D8

D4

R20 10K

R27

33K

12K

R46

J3

ALM 2

Q1

R10

R17 10K 7

5 +

R24 160K

R26 10M

2.2K

R8

R21

IC1

17.4960KHz
R84 6.8K
D81 R89 6.8K R96 Q84 1K Q86

T81

R81

15K

10V

DEV AC 4
R82

11.6V
C83 10u

B81 5 7 8 2 9 R95 18K J2 J1

R55

33K

2.2M

R47

2.2M

2.2M

C4 470p

D11

D16

J4

0.1u

2.2M

C10

R45

D6

C8

R4

0.22u

R11 R12 R14 680K 820K 820K

Grid

D15

2.2M

R44

R81

DEV

10K

D82

Q85 Q87

R91

Q81

2.2K

100

17.5212KHz
2.2K R83

R87

470p

C82

R88

33K

C81

10V

0.033u

2.6V

Q83

1 D83

R93

D84

C84 1000p

R50

R90

D85

Q88

R92 15K

100K

R94 4.7K

C85 22u

4700p

C86

R31

33K

33K R37 33K R40 C32

1K

R48 R49 R58 R54

R34

4.7K

680K 10 9

IC1 8
-

R42 56K

Q32

D31

R32

33K

R41

33K

DEV CLK 5

R35 100K

R36

4700p

C31

T61
4

B61

24K

430K

220K

R43

2.2K

10M

10M

R71 560K 12 13

C62 0.033u

R72 18K

IC1
+ 14

Q62 R74 150 2 6 DB4

4.7K

R64

R70

TRA CLK 3
R65 180K R66

10K

D64

0.068u

10K

C61

D67

D66

C66 330p

D63

R67 270K

R68 2.7K

D68

D70

D72

D65

D69

D71

D73

OPC
J5 J6

KX-FLB853RU POWER SUPPLY BOARD

344

D77

C84

10V

23.4V

R82

D61

C83

60.200KHz

TRA+/DB3

KX-FLB853RU

MEMO:

345

KX-FLB853RU

14.8. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD

(1)
CN1 F1 L 1 F2 L1 L2

(2)
TH2 D10

C1 0.22u

C3

C3X

0.1u

R1

1M

Z1

C2

TH1

D11

D12

C4X

FG

Max 166.667V Min 139.583V 154.0V

D13

5msec/div

50V/div

C4

R53 R52

R2 10K

R3 10K

R5

R4

D2

10K 10K

D50

1000p

R50 47K

C50

(3)

R54

(4)
C30

R6 100 R18 R7 10 D6 R9 100

L5

R55

(5)
D3

D4 Q1

10sec/div 10V/div
Max 41.6667V Min 16.250V 31.4V

5msec/div 20V/div
Max 44.1667V Min -45.8333V 31.4V

C55

C20 47u

C5 56u

56u

L11

4.7K

R10

R15

IC1

CS FB

Is

GND

100p L12

C8

R8

R30 0.22

R33 2.2

R31 2.2

R32 2.2

C35

R35

C14 0.1u

C19

0.1u

C15

R19 1.2K

C9

PC1

C12

L13

D35

C21

0.1u

C10

VH NC Vcc Vout

10sec/div 0.5V/div
Max 2.50000V Min 1.12500V 2.400V

(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)

10sec/div 5V/div 10sec/div 1V/div


Max 20.0000V Min -2.29167V 18.40V Max 4.33333V Min 3.50000V 4.20V C

C275 Q271

R301

R250 10K

R279

4.7K

Q272

R280 Q301

R302

10K

1K

C272

0.1u

Q274

C277

D277

47K

(12)
R276 470

(13)

KX-FLB853RU : LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD (1/2)

346

KX-FLB853RU

CN102 1 +24Vb

(1)
PC2

2 4
ZC

2 +24Vb 3 PG PG

(2)

R21

100

R22 10

4 1 N CN2 CN101

R20

R23

150

C22 0.01u

SCR1

100

1 HTRCTL

10sec/div 100V/div

L3 C108 1000p

C6 2200p L101 C
Max 35.0000V Min -52.5000V 9.4V

(3)

T1 16 7 5 6 15 17 13

D101

PC2

Max 333.333V Min -183.333V 0.280kV

R501 330

R502

10sec/div 20V/div

L102 11 +24V

R102

R105

C101 1200u

15K

560

D104

10

+24V

D501

9.4V

VR101

14

Max 22.5000V Min -32.9167V

PC1

R101 1K

(4)

D151

10sec/div 10V/div

(5)

F501 4 6V D152 I G IC151 O


ON/OFF

11 12

D501X

F151 5 12V R103 C105

C151 150u

D503

C501

470u

R406

33u

68K Q101

0.1u D401

R401 22K Q401

52

C503 0.1u

R408

R403 2 PWRDWN 10K

D110

R402

R106

9 1 10 D

10K

10K

R130

9 PG 8 PG

Q402

10sec/div 10V/div
Max 11.2500V Min -15.4167V

R409

(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)

C17 FG C7 3300p C18 470p

9.4V

10sec/div 5V/div
Max 16.8750V Min 12.7083V 13.00V

R303

10K

L271 Q275

R405
L301 F301 3 +3.3V

R201 1

R271

R292

R277 1K

Q291

D271

R203 1 R204 1 R205 1

10K

620

R202 1

C271 470u

R272

R293

R294

R291

18K

4.7K

100

1K

D275

C303

R404
C273 R275 Q277 0.1u 47K

D274

D291

Q292

R281

R278 2.2K

R282 8.2K

R273 2.2K

C276

(12)
8.2K

C274 1u

R206 4.7K

IC201

R295

1K

C304

DG

(13)
10sec/div 5V/div

6 DG

Max 26.8750V Min -2.08333V 13.00V

KX-FLB853RU : LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD (2/2)

347

KX-FLB853RU

14.9. AFE BOARD

R192 100 C188 J39p

C96Z0.1u

PG

+3.3V

+5VD R195 100 R84 C189 J39p 4.7K

14

13

12

11

10

CN52
+12V +5VD
12V 12V 5V 3.3V CG CG CCDCP SI CLK CCDRS CCDSW0 XCCDON LAMP DG DG OE B VSMP RSMP MCLK SEN SD I SCK ADC0 ADC1 ADC2 ADC3 ADC4 ADC5 ADC6 ADC7 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

IC57 [6]

2.2K
GN D

R191

TO DIGITAL
+12V +3.3V 6.3V100u L52 +12VI

VCC

XCCDON

R83 Q51

(
R57 0(3216) C84 6.3V100u

1P181
R198 100 C190 J39p C95 C191 Z0.1u

+3.3V
1 2 3 4

IC53
TEST1 SH R SH D TEST0 AVDD AVSS 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16

C187

+5VD C60 Z0.1u K10u

K1000p

18

CCDCP SI CLK CCDRS CCDSW0 XCCDON LAMP

K0.01u

C54

C62 C53 C55 D56

K0.1u

) NC

ADCK CCDIN0 RESETN VRP

TO CCD
CN55
21 20 19 18 AG VOUT1 AG VOUT2 AG VOUT3 AG +12V NC DG +5V CP TG INV GND INV GND R5 INV CONT INV +12V INV +12V MODE

C194

C51 K10u

17 16 15 14 13 12

C52 Z0.1u

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

IC56
1 DIR A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 GND VCC /G B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 2 3 4 3 2 1 4 5 6 7 8 9

Z1u Z0.1u C56 Z0.1u C57 Z1u C58 Z0.1u D58 D57

NC
C63 K0.1u

) (

DRVDD CCDIN1 DRVSS D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 VRN

FLT51 J33p C87


1 3

RA51 51
5 6 7 8

NC
C64 K0.1u 16V10u +12V C65 NC

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8

10

11

FLT52
1 3

CCDIN2 VCLP VCOM AVSS AVDD SDEN SCLK SDATA

J33p C88

8 7

C89

FLT53
1 3

C90

6 5 4 3 2 1

FLT54 J33p
1 3 2

C59 K10u C61 Z0.1u

CCDCP SI CLK CCDRS LAMP CCDSW0

220 0 0 0

R51 R52 R53 +12VI R54

J33p

C85

NC

7 6 5 4 3 2

K1000p C192

J100p C196

J100p

C193

C91

FLT55
1 3 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 10

100 100

R55
C197 J33p C198 J33p C199 J33p J33p C98 Z0.33u

C92

FLT56
1 3

C93

FLT57
1 3

J33p

R56

J33p

J33p

C97

C94

+24V 6.3V100uC82

CN51
C195 NC

R70

R74

22

3 4

Vmm1 OUT1A SENSE1 OUT1B

VS1 VREF1

22 21

220

220

5V DG M0 CR_LED M1 CRG M2 M3 PSTART M4 FBCVR M5 RPS M6 ADFCVR PG D0CU 24V DOCU_LED ADFENB CRENE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Z0.1u

C66

TO DIGITAL

J33p

+5VD

PHA PHB I0A


+5VD 2.2 +5VD +24V R79 1K R81 10K Q55 +5VD 2.2

J33p

C99

FLT58

L54

51 RA52

2P221
CGI

I1A
D55

For ADF

R77

I0B I1B PWD

C80 K10u

R65

C68K10u

C78 Z0.1u

R58

180

R72

NC

R75 100K

C72

R71

PSTART DG

STB

C74

19

PWD
Q52

R73

330

180

C75 Z1u

C76 NC

PSTA_LED

CR1 20

Z1u

330

PG

R61

NC )

R60

CN53
DOCU_LED DOCU GND ADFCVR RPS FBCVR RPS_LED A XA B XB 1 C

PS51 180

R76

18K

Q53
7 OUT2B SENSE2 OUT2A Vmm2 VCC2 PHA2 GND18 CR2 VREF2 VS2 I12 I02 18 17 16
PG

C77 Z0.1u

180

C71 K3300p

R68 4.7K

0.5mm and above

10 11

15 14
PG

R69 4.7K

C73 K3300p

PG

PG

PG

PG

PG

33K

C83 35V100u

Z0.1u

6 7

C81

PG

0.5mm and above

12

13

R62

8 9 10 11

C67

R66 R67

1K 1K C69 K820p C70 K820p

PG

PG

1.0 1/2W R64

TO ADF TYUUKEI

1.0 1/2W

R63

PG

KX-FLB853RU : MOTOR DRIVE BOARD

R82

C79

PG

K3300p

35V100u C86

CCD HOME

Z0.1u

R78

R80

33K

1.0 1/2W

1.0 1/2W

R59

348

1.0mm
R85 NC

DTC143Z ADFENB CRENB PHB PHA I0A I1A I1B I0B


+5VD Q54

For CR
IC52
28 27 26 25 24 23 22 30 NC 1 VCC 2 PHASEA VmmA 3 I0A Out1 4 I1A NC 5 VsA RsA 6 VrefA NC 7 LG Out2 GND GND 29 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

IC51
1
PG

PHA1 VCC1

I01 I11

24 23

PHA I0A I1A I1B I0B PHB

PG

PG

CN56
1 2 3 4 A B XA XB

ADFENB CRENB CN54

1.0mm and above

PG

21 20 19 18 17 16 15

PWD

+5VD

CR Out3 VrefB NC VsB RsB I1B NC I0B Out4 PHASEB VmmB Vcc NC

25

GND25

GND26

26

0.5mm and above

14.10. SENSOR BOARD


AMP 292161-4
DOCU_LED 1 DOCU 2 3

To ADFDOCUOPN AMP 1-292253-1 CN27


DOCU_LED 1 DOCU 2

AMP 292161-6 CN26


1 2 3 4 DOCU_LED DOCU GND

GND

ADFCVR 4

CN22 CN23
DOCU_LED 1 2 3 C A

To ADF_RPS
ADFCVR RPS 4 5 ADFCVR RPS RPS_LED

To ADFRPS

DOCU GND ADFCVR

SW23
1 2 4 3

C22

J22
4

To FB_TYUUKEI

FBCVR 6 RPS_LED ADFMA ADFMXA 7 8 9

NC

PS22 CNA1006N

GND 3

AMP 292161-6
DOCU_LED 1

K0KABA000006

CN28
1 2 3 4 A XA B XB

AMP 292253-4
3 4 2 1

DOCU GND

2 3

To ADF_MOTOR

SW21 K0KABA000006

To ADFTYUUKEI
ADFCVR 4 RPS 5

ADFMB 10 ADFMXB 11

RPS_LED 6

JST B4B-PH-K-S

ADF relay board Read position sensor board

PQJP03A21ZA-0N CN8
THERM 1

J5

PS23 CNA1006N

C23

( )

DG

C2

To FB TYUUKEI

To TRANSIT

PSTART 2

MNL_LED

NC

DG 3

AMP 292253-3

JST S3B-PH-K-S

NC

PS2 CNA1006N

PSTART_LED1

CN9
THRM 1 1 2

To DIGITAL

Print timing sensor board

Sheet bypass sensor board

GND 3

AMP 292253-3

Thermistor board

AMP 292161-7
J3
DG 7

D1
SN_REG 6 SN_MNL 5

JST B2B-PH-K-S CN5


1 2 S_REG R_24V

W6N10T J2

J1 W6N10T

TO DIGITAL

MNL_LED

3 DG 2 1 MNL_LED MNLPAPER

ZNR1

621

CN2
1 2 S_MNL M_24V

To DIGITAL
ZNR2 J6 271 ZNR3 271

REG DG

2 3

MNL_PAPER 3 SN_PICK 24V 2 1

TO MANUAL SOLENOID
FG_DEV

CN3

D2

JST B2B-PH-K-S CN4


1 2 S_PICK P_24V

FG_EARTH
W6N10T

AMP 292161-3

CN6

TO MNLPAPER
D3

TO PICKUP SOLENOID

JST B2B-PH-K-E(LF)(SN)
35V100u C4

VARISTOR board

Registration sensor board

Relay board
KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU : SENSOR BOARD

NC

PS1 PFVIRM574SL

TO REGIST SOLENOID

CN1
REG_LED 1

C1

J23

MNLPAPER

GND

NC

C3

CN24

CN7

To THERMISTOR

NC

J21

Document sensor board

CNA1006N PS21

CN21

NC

C21

349

KX-FLB853RU

14.11. LAN BOARD


+3.3VA +3.3V

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u

Z0.1u C937

C921

C922

C923

C924

C925

C926

C927

C928

C931

C932

C933

C934

C935

C936

C938

Z0.1u

+3.3V

TP905 TP906 TP907 TP908

+3.3VA
300 R904 300

+3.3VA DA900
1K2A

C905 J27p
25MHz X900

R903

CN900
7
YELLOW

+3.3VA

2K 1A

C907

TP909

Z0.1u

DG

D[0] D[1] D[2] D[3] D[4] D[5]


Z0.1u

CN901
1

Z0.1u

R901

C902 NC J10p

C915

OUTPUT 1 TX+

1CT: 1

TD+ TDRD+ RDC901

Z0.1u R902

2 TX3 RX+ 4 5 6 RX7 8

1CT:1
ORANGE

Z0.1u

3 4 5 6 9
GREEN

DA901
1K2A 2K 1A

( )

R927 +3.3V

( ) 10K NC 1M
R919 10

C911

8 1 2

C906 J27p

R918

TP900

Z0.1u

IC900
8 7 6 5 VCC NC TEST GND CS SK DI DO

1 2 3 4

75 2KV 1000pF

C900

C904

Z0.1u

10 11 12

DA902
1K2A 2K 1A

R900 +3.3VA

F24. 9
F24.9 R906

+3.3VA

C920 J100p

R908 F11.0k DA903


2K 1A

Z0.1u C908

R928 330

C903 Z0.1u R905 F249

1K2A

Z0.1u C916 TP901

TP902 TP903 TP904

Z0.1u

LANINT LANRST XLANRD XLANW R


Z0.1u C909

nADS ARDY GND41 nVLBUS AEN LCK nSRDY VDD4 6 nLDEV nRDYRTN X25OUT NC50 NC51 NC52 NC53 GND54 NC55 NC56 NC57 NC58 GND59 NC60 NC61 NC62 NC63 VDD64

C918

R909 R910

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 10K 36 37 10K 38

XTAL1 XTAL2 V DD3 MII(Extarnal PHY) I/F nCSOUT IOS0 IOS1 IOS 2 ENEEP Serial EEPROM I/ F EEDO EED I EESK EECS AVDD13 RBIAS AGND15 TPO+ TPO AVDD18 IC901 TPI + TPI AGND21 nLNK LBK nLED A nLEDB GND2 6 MDI MII(Extarnal PHY)FI/ MDO MCLK nCNTRL INTO0 RESET nRD nWR VDD35 NC36 nCYCLE W/nR

D6 102 D7 101 VDD100 100 VDD99 99 VDD98 98 nBE1 97 nBE0,1=L Word access ONLY nBE0 96 GND9 5 95 A15 94 A14 93 A13 92 A12 91 A11 90 A10 89 A9 88 A8 87 A7 86 A6 85 A5 84 A4 83 A3 82 A2 81 A1 80 VDD79 79 D8 78 D9 77 D10 76 D11 75 GND74 74 D12 73 D13 72 D14 71 D15 70 GND69 69 NC68 68 NC67 67 NC66 66 NC65 65

D[6] D[7]

D[0] D[1] D[2] D[3] D[4] D[5] D[6] D[7] D[8] D[9] D[10] D[11]

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

R915

R923 R922

10K 10K

C919

R914 10K 10K

R924

10K

D[12] D[13] D[14] D[15] A[3] A[2] A[1] A[1] A[2] A[3] XLANCS XLANRD XLANWR LANRST LANINT LANRDY
+3.3V

D[8] D[9] D[10] D[11] D[12] D[13] D[14] D[15]

37

0 R921

38 39 40

NC
+3.3VA 0
Z0.1u

01:GND 02:GND 03:D[0] 04:D[1] 05:D[2] 06:D[3] 07:GND 08:GND 09:D[4] 10:D[5] 11:D[6] 12:D[7] 13:GND 14:GND 15:D[8] 16:D[9] 17:D[10] 18:D[11] 19:GND 20:GND 21:D[12] 22:D[13] 23:D[14] 24:D[15] 25:GND 26:GND 27:A[1] 28:A[2] 29:A[3] 30:XLANCS 31:GND 32:GND 33:XLANRD 34:XLANWR 35:LANRST 36:LANINT 37:LANRDY 38:LANDET/reserve 39:+3.3V 40:+3.3V

F24.9

R907

RX_ER 128 RX_DV 127 RXD0 126 RXD1 125 RXD2 124 RXD3 123 VDD122 122 CRS100 121 RX25 120 GND119 119 TXD0 118 TXD1 117 TXD2 116 TXD3 115 COL100 114 TXEN100 113 VDD112 112 TX25 111 GND110 110 D0 109 D1 108 D2 107 D3 106 GND105 105 D4 104 D5 103

R911 10K

39 40 41 42 10K 43 44 45 46 47 48 10K 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

C910

R912 Z0.1u TP910

Z0.1u

C913

LANRDY

R920560

+3.3V

XLANCS

C917

TP911 R913 TP912

350

+3.3V

R916

C912 C914

6.3V100u Z0.1u

KX-FLB853RU : LAN BOARD

14.12. HOOK SWITCH BOARD


HSMIC+ 6 1 2 3 4

FLT940

CN941
2 HSSP+ 1 HSMIC 3 HSSP4 HSMIC +

5 6 7 8

HOOK_IN 5 HSMICAG HSSP+ HSSP4 3 2 1

CN940
4 1

SW940
3 2

KX-FLB853RU : HOOK SWITCH BOARD

351
KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

14.13. OPTION CASSETTE BOARD


+5VD

R953

2.2

4 3

CN955
OPPAPER 1

C957

K10u

OPPICK DG

2 3

1 2

4 3

IC950
+24V
1 2 3 4 NC OUT1 NC VmmA RsA OUT2 VCC IN1 IN 2 I0 VsA Vr 24
PG

SW952

23 22 21 20 19

CN950
A 1 5 6

XA 2 B 3 XB 4

GND

GN D

R954 18K

25

26

8 9 10 11

RsB VmmB NC OUT4 VCC

Vs B STB I1 IN 3 IN4

17 16 15 14 13

K3300p

C958

( )

NC

OUT3

CR

R956330

18

C959 Z0.1u

R955 220

PFUP1497ZA-B

Z0.1u

12

CN956
OPCVR 1
1 2

SW953
4 3

C952

+24V

DG 2

35V100u

292161-2
R9511.0 1/2W R9521.0 1/2W

PG

33K

Z0.1u

PFUP1497ZA-C

R950

C951

PG

C950
PG

Z0.1u

35V100u

C953

CN951
OPB 1

PG

OPXB 2 OPXA OPA OPPWR PG 24V OPOPEN OPSOL 3 4 5 6 7 8


PG 1 2 4 3

C954

1 2

OPCVR DG

SW950

Q951 1K R958

R959 4.7K 1/4W

R960

10K

R957

4.7K

D954

OPPAPER 10 OPPICK 11 DG 12 5V 13

1 2

OPPAPER OPPICK DG

+5VD

L950

PG

C956 6.3V100u

C955

Z0.1u

KX-FLB853RU : OPTION CASSETTE BOARD

2P221

352

PG

PG

PG

+24V

+24V

CN952

Q952

CN954
1 2 OPPICK GND

CN953

15 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD


15.1. DIGITAL BOARD
15.1.1. DIGITAL BOARD: COMPONENT VIEW
7 1
C787 R673 R683 C788 R679

1 CN613
R713 L662 L661 R712 L660 R711 L659 R710 D605 R815 C708

7 CN614
C717 Q626 Q625 C718 C815 L669 R742

8 CN615
E R727 R731 F609 3.15A Q622

1 CN607
Q614

CN611

J600 5 L633 BAT600


C764

CN602 3 Q609 C652 1 1

CN612 2
F608 0.63A

Q624

CN609 C730 C676 1

C816 4 5

Q611 E E E E Q639

29

E C846

R682

IC610 D609 R814 C722 C721 1

30

R720

D604 1

CN617 Q601 Q602 E R632 R634


Q604 C679

E
C761 R766 R685

C725

C727 AG 30 31
C876

Q632

C738 C732 L674 R747 C733

Q621

Q628

C789 C723 R746


RA630 RA629

R628 C584 Q629 D606 R629 C710 C711 C712 C713 C677 +1.8V +24V R721 R722 R723 R724 R728 R729 R730 R732 E R741 E Q623 R739 C845 E Q633
R726 SW600 CN616 R733 R676 Q620 13 F610 1

29

28

R601

E R600 RA601 R631 R633 Q603 REF-CH E

CN618

C726 R750 R751 R752

RA608

100

C719

IC602
RA600

IC605 4 5 C684

R769 R768 R786 R788 R787 C782


2 1

C741 C742

IC607

RA607
C702 C678 56 1

Q600
1 3

C744

50

C757 C758

C840 81 80 C747 R758 X604


C881 C882 C879 C880 C695 73

AUTO-CH

X603

C760 L645

R701

0.63A F611

Q612 R662 Q613

R670 R669

CN605

1 X605

Q619
Q635

C600 C601 L627 L628

1 R697 L554

36
R692 C692

Q610

IC604

R602

C784

29

L692 C660 C661

R820
1 2 1

L689

C587

RA631

X602

R653 C786

30

C691

C844

R695 R694

A18

R615 C608 R606 C607 R605 V18 R792 27 R793 R795 R614 L611 R791 R607
RA633 RA632

C605

L653 L652 L651 L650

IC608

R663

C696

C783

37

C887

C693 IC606 C689

R696

C806

L556 L557

L558 L561 L560

72

C843

C699

R613

C604 C603 C616 C614 C613 RA606 C609

RA605 RA609

16

C842

C877

C752 C751 L657 L656

R707

R767

R704

R789

R790

R759

IC601 54 C610 L619 L621 L620 L706 L704


X600 C602 C615

R603

RA611 RA612 RA613 RA614


RA602

L691 L690 L693 L695


L694

108 C681

3.3V /BATT C680

C668

C563 C874

L643

X601

C663
L696

RA627

R620 C640

L564 L563 L701 L703 L613

RA603

RA604

L698
L697

R668

C807

L637 L638 L639 L640

CN608

L622

CN600

C872 C870
Q607 Q608

C671

A1

C809

DA600
E E R639 R640 E E Q605 Q606

Q616

R803 R800 8

L559

22

21

IC603

R642
1 2 8

R637 L686 C812

F602 2.0A

L552 L565

C790 Q634

L705

L629

C657

R635

C646 R623

R678 R641
CN610

RA615RA616 RA617RA618 RA619 RA620


C666

L702

R783 R780 R779 R812 R811 R808 R807 R804

FLT604

FLT603

FLT602

FLT601

C838 IC615

C832 IC612

IC614

IC613

IC611

C655

R817

1 2 CN603

39 40

R818

CN604
3 1

C830 R802 D610

CN601

C654

C653

C658

11

R643

L646

RA623 RA621

R636 +3.3V

FLT600

RA626 R675 RA625 RA624RA622 R680

C772

DG

L707 R819 C837 C835 C833 C839

C831 D608

D607

C848 R624 C647

C667

R608 R609

L700

C740

R665

C808 C674

C669

CN606

PG

3.27

C828

C565

R638

1 IC616

R626 C649 C648 R625 R619

C810 L610 L684

C799 R822

R824

R684 C670 R681

V1

L626

C650

109

144

R825 +5V C675

R551

RA610

L634 L635 L636

1 C682 RA628

IC600

C651

C688

28

C611

L600

C704 C706 C698

C703

L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L607 L608 L609

C841

C855 R705

51 C748

R757

C856

R706 C705

PCB-CH

C756

C685

C551

C836

C834

353

C606 1

C612

C714 C715

PFUP1490Y PbF

KX-FLB853RU: DIGITAL BOARD COMPONENT VIEW

KX-FLB853RU

29
L676 L677 L678 L679 C591

C800 L630 R666 R627 R772 R775 R771 C796 R702 R630

R744 R743 R716

C707 C589 C590 R690 C588 C701 R699 1 R709 C687 C729

C734

8 C780

R745 AG C736 R749 C737 C728 R756 C746 C739 C731 C735

R688 R691 C686

C700 C580 C581 C582 C583 +1.8V

C557

R604 R612

C618 C617 L601 C558

C750 C749 L663 L667 L665 R770 L664 L666 C884 DG C886 C885 C883 C559 L649 L648 R755

R762 R763 C753 C754

R759 R760 R761 R748 C724

C560

C779

1
CHKSEL C853 L655 C850 C851 R698 C694 C683 L569 R703 C854 C852 L658 R773 C878 +12V C659

C555 L555 C556 C552 C554

C574 C575 C576

C553 C557 C578

C562 C635 L562 C632

C585 C586 R652 R654 R648

C755

R764

C637 C621

C633

CG

TRST TMS TCK R826 C622 TDO R827 C630 TDI R621 R622 R616 L553

RESET

C690

30 29

C625 C629 R794 C638

C867 C862

C785

+3.3V

C636 C865 C628 C868 C627 C631

C861

C869

C864 C626 C639 R674 C623 C641 C634 L551 C791 C568 +3.3V/BATT R671 R667 R672

C814 L688 C875 C873 C871

13

C805 C716 R740 R735 R736 R737 C579 R738 R734 +5V C561

C813 L687 C820 C821 C822

C766

R823 C847 PG +24V

L615 L616

C645 L614 C643 C644 L612

C642 C564 C566 C570

C767 C823 C824 C825 C826 C827

R645 R657 R646 R656 R647 R658 R659 R649 R661 R651

C662 C664 R660 R650 C665 C765

21

C794

C793 L668

C792

C811 L685 R677

C768 C802

C777

11

2 C770 C771

C656 C776 C778 4 3 C775

C572 C573 C571 C569 C567 C769 L631

PFUP1490Y

37 39 38 40

1 3 2 4

C801

C774 C773

L682 C797 R777 R644

A
3

PbF

KX-FLB853RU

15.1.2. DIGITAL BOARD: BOTTOM VIEW

22

354

C762 R765

30

KX-FLB853RU: DIGITAL BOARD BOTTOM VIEW


2 1 1 3 1 8 L672 C803 R719 R717 R715 R718 C720 5 1 1 7 1 7 3 1 C781 R700 C697 R699 C709 R714 R708 R816 C763 3

15.2. ANALOG BOARD


15.2.1. ANALOG BOARD: COMPONENT VIEW

1 J305 D212 J338 J306 J307 J308 D215 J309 2 J368 J367 J335 PC205 PC202 J317 J362 PC206 SA201 POS200 PC203 J318 RLY200 R339 R337 R343 RLY201 D210 R332 C311 SA200 R322 R316 R347 R331 PC200 J310 CN200

29 J364 J363 J373

PFUP1491Z-A

J365

J358

30

PbF
J328 J324 J261 J359 D207

AUTO-CH PCB-CH

J366

J325 SW203 J372 J360

J356

R385 C284 D218 D211 J313 J312 J311 D204 D203 C347 J316 C269 D205

J350 J349 J340

PC201 J357 J355 J353 J354 J352 C299 J334 T202 J351 J344

D206

J345 C247 C253

C276

CN206

355

5 6 J303 1 2

R273

C298

J374 J370 F200 5 1 6 2 J377 J304 R346 C309 R319 R345 L258

J342

J315 D202 J333 J323 J326 Q200 E J346 J341

J260

J348

J343 J336

C261

CN207

C277 R257 J361

J319 J320 R387 R263 Q206 E C266 D214 D201 R249 T200 T201

C334 J329 C321

C317 J337 J330 2 CN210 1 3 1

J331

D213 C330 J321 1 J371 C231 CN209 3

C285

D200

C310

J332

ZNR200

J223

C248

J206

CN204 SW202 SW202

KX-FLB853RU: ANALOG BOARD (COMPONENT VIEW)

KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

J202 J200 J201


8 1

C268 C264 L235 C272 C275 R272 R264 L237 R266


5 4

R285
5 1

C288 R295
IC205

L245 C287 R283


8 IC207 1

L241 C297 L254


16

C291 C282 C290 R372 C286 R299 R373 R294 R279 R280 R254 L250 L234 L261 R340 R342 R341 L269 L291 C319 L267 L268 L270
IC209

C307 C306 C305 R315 C301


36 1

R326 R327 R328 C289 R358 R357 R356 J204 J203 C351 C350 C349 C294 R305 C295 L252
19 AG

C308 R318
18

C336

L292
8 1

24VA

IC204

C245 C236 C234 R229 R237 R241 R233 C252 R245 C254 R244 C251 C244
E Q204

C314 R329 R275 L276 L271 R274

C257 C352 R270 C258 L289 Q203 R253 R290


D216 E

Q201

R262 Q216 R265 R284 R376 C345 R271 Q205 R291


E E

5VA

C228

C237 R242 C241


5 4

R231 C239 C243 R230

C315 R334
30

L273
2

C255 C262 R256 R267 C273 C278 R278


D217

29

L223 R225

L279 L293 R359 R360 C329 R234 L224 C353 C337 R218 C220 L222 C226 L220 R223 L221 R222 C225 C240 R216 R238 C219 L225 R217
5VD

C339 R379 R378 R377 L286 C343 L284 R382 C344 R384 C341 R383 C342
1

J205

L274 C279 R277 R297 J213 Q207


Q211 E

L275 L272

15.2.2. ANALOG BOARD: BOTTOM VIEW

C263 R259 R260 C265 J221


E

R276 J222

Q202 R298 C292 R296

R386

R335 C323 R323 R325 J376 C348

R338 R391 Q212


E E

D209

C320 L262 L264 J375 L263

C316
E

Q210 L266 1 2 5 6 1 2 5 6 R344

356

PFUP1491Z-A

R375 C335 L278 R374 L281


5 IC210 4 5 IC211 8 4

C322 C300 R324 C355 R309 R333 R307 C313 L255 R320 L257 R321 L265 C303 R317 L294 L256 L282 C338 C340 L285 L283 R381 R306 C296

E E E

R248 L246 L251 R304 L244 C293 L253 C325 C222 R211 C281 R282 R292 R293 L295

R390 R388 R389 Q217 Q218 Q219

PbF

IC208

L233 C354 R269 R258 L238 IC206 C256 R251 C356 C270 C260 R255 R252 L290 C259 C267 R261 L226 C238 R247 R236 R239 R235 R240 L229 R250 C242 L227 R286 L230 R287 C250 R288 R289 R300 R301 R302 R303
DG

KX-FLB853RU: ANALOG BOARD (BOTTOM VIEW)

4 E

15.3. HANDSET BOARD

PbF

PFUP1491Z-B

1 CN40 1 1 CN41 1 3

3 L42 C40 L43 L41 C41 L40

CN42

KX-FLB853RU: HANDSET BOARD

15.4. TONER SENSOR BOARD

AUTO-CH

PCB-CH

357

IC40

PbF
CN43

C42 3 1

PFUP1491Z-C

KX-FLB853RU: TONER SENSOR BOARD

KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

15.5. OPERATION BOARD


15.5.1. OPERATION BOARD: COMPONENT VIEW
R113 R114 R107 R103 C101 441 R109 J149 R102 J148 R111 R104 J146 R101 R118 R117 2322 C104 IC101 12 11 J147

R131 R128 R133

R105

R132 R130 R129

R110

C114 C107 R120 C108 C115 R121

R119

C119 C121 C120 C103 C118 R126

TH101

C116

R112

C113 R123 R125 C112 R122 R127 C111 R115 R116 C109 R124

15.5.2. OPERATION BOARD: BOTTOM VIEW


CN102
C122 J132

S1 SW123 S2 SW124 S3 SW122 D101 S4 SW116 S5 SW128 SW134 SW132 LED101 SW140 D102 SW131 SW130 SW129

S6

1 J129
J121

MENU SW115 J101 J123


J103

CLEAR

S7
J134

1 CN103
C110

10

SORTER MODE SW111


J127 J124 J138 J126

SW133 CALLER ID S8

SW114 HELP

4 SW138 SW144

5 SW120

6 SW108

J142

J140 PAPER TRAY J115

C106

SW110 J131

J111
J110 J136 J116 J141

J102 SW101
J114 J122

J106

J112

J128

J113

J119

7
J107

8 SW141 SW117

S9

STOP

SW135

J105 J143 S10 J133 SW125

J104

J108

SW113 CONTRAST

SW102 RESOLUTION PCB-CH

SW112 ZOOM

SW126

SET

SW103

PFUP1492Z

J137 J130 J135 SW137 SW143 FLASH REDIAL

START 0 SW119 MONITOR SW118 SW136 SW142 # SW106

SW109

SW104

PbF
AUTO ANSWER LED105 FAX SW127 LED106 COPY SW105 LED103

J120 J118 J117

SCAN SW107

KX-FLB853RU: OPERATION BOARD (BOTTOM VIEW)

LED102

SW139

SW145

J139

CN102

C123

C102

KX-FLB853RU: OPERATION BOARD (COMPONENT VIEW)


358

2 SW121

R106

34 35

10

CN103

PFUP1492Z

PbF

KX-FLB853RU

C71 C73 R69 26 R68 13 24

R64

C80 R77

R78

D55

+24V R65

R66 C70

R191 R57

16 C59 C61
11

C84

C199

PbF PFUP1493Z

CN55

30 C60 C54 20 21

Q52

L52 C98

R70

C65

R72

Q53

C74 C72

D58

R71

C97 C99

C90 C89

L54 C197 C198

R73

R76 C79

C91 C92

Q54

R81

R79

C88 C87

C93

C66

R75 C75 C77 C76 R74

R85

C94 C193 C192 C58 C57 C56

C196

C53 C55

D57

D56

R58

R59 R61 R60

C195

359

15.6.2. AFE BOARD: BOTTOM VIEW

15.6.1. AFE BOARD: COMPONENT VIEW

15.6. AFE BOARD

21

20

2 1

29 1

30 2

21

22

KX-FLB853RU: AFE BOARD (COMPONENT VIEW)

KX-FLB853RU: AFE BOARD (BOTTOM VIEW)


CN54 REF-CH 3 1 4
S Q55

CN56 1 11

CN53

CN51

CN52

PS51

15

PCB-CH

1 R67 R63 C69


1

22 21 C82

2 1

30 29

7 8 1

2 1 R198 C194 R195 1 C189


C190

IC57

C191 C95 FLT58 FLT57

21 IC52 30 22 28

14 8 29 7

R80 R82 C81 C67 R62

RA52
20

C51 C52 IC53

14 C96
C187

IC51

2 5

AUTO-CH

Q51

15

R192 C188

FLT56 FLT55 1 10 R55 FLT51 RA51 R56 FLT52 R54 R53 R52 FLT53 E R51 FLT54 R83 R84

C83 C68
12 C86 1

C85

IC56

C62 C63 C64

PFUP1493Z PbF
11 1 E 4 1 3 E

KX-FLB853RU

15.7. ADF RELAY BOARD


15.7.1. ADF RELAY BOARD
PFUP1494Z-A PFUP1494Z-A
1 CN27 11 CN27 11 1

6 CN26 4

1 CN26 1 CN28

CN28 1

PbF

KX-FLB853RU: ADF RELAY BOARD

15.7.2. DOCUMENT SENSOR BOARD


C22 4 PS22

PFUP1494Z-B
CN23 1

PbF

PbF

PFUP1494Z-B
1 CN23

4 J22

SW21

PS22

KX-FLB853RU: DOCUMENT SENSOR BOARD

15.7.3. READ POSITION SENSOR BOARD


PbF
C21

PbF

J21 PS21 4 CN22 CN21 1 1

1 1

CN22 CN21

4 6

PFUP1494Z-C

PFUP1494Z-C

KX-FLB853RU: READ POSITION SENSOR BOARD

SW23

SW23

PbF

360

SW21

15.7.4. PRINT TIMING SENSOR BOARD


1

J23 C23
PS23

KX-FLB853RU: PRINT TIMING SENSOR BOARD

15.7.5. SHEET BYPASS SENSOR BOARD


J5

3 1

PS2
CN7 3

PFUP1494Z-D
CN7

C2

PFUP1494Z-F

PbF

PbF

PFUP1494Z-F

KX-FLB853RU: SHEET BYPASS SENSOR BOARD

15.7.6. THERMISTOR BOARD

PFUP1494Z-G
PbF
C3

PbF

PFUP1494Z-D
1

CN24

1 CN24 3

PbF

CN9

CN8 3

CN8

PbF

PFUP1494Z-G

KX-FLB853RU: THERMISTOR BOARD

CN9

361

KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

15.7.7. RELAY BOARD


PFUP1494Z-H
PbF PbF

PFUP1494Z-H

D2
PS1
PbF

J3

CN6

D3 1

CN5

C4

KX-FLB853RU: RELAY BOARD

15.7.8. VARISTOR BOARD

J6

PFUP1494Z-J
ZNR2

J1

J2

PFUP1494Z-J
PbF

ZNR3

PbF

KX-FLB853RU:VARISTOR BOARD

15.7.9. REGISTRATION BOARD


3 CN1 1
PS1 C1

PFUP1494Z-K

PFUP1494Z-K

KX-FLB853RU: REGISTRATION BOARD

CN4

(BLUE)

1 CN2

2 D1

CN3

2 CN2 1 2 CN4 1 (BLUE)

CN3 1 3

1 CN6 7

2 CN5 1

362
1 CN1 3
PbF

ZNR1

15.8. LAN BOARD (OPTION)


15.8.1. LAN BOARD: COMPONENT VIEW

PFUP1495Z

PbF

7 1 8 CN900

11

363
9 6 10
40 2 39 1

KX-FLB853RU: LAN BOARD (COMPONENT VIEW)

12
KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

12 C924

11

C926 C900 C901

6
CH-1 C921

1 10 R904
R901 R902

7 R903 R905 R900 R907 R906 C922


DA902

C927
C903 DA903

C902
DA900 DA901

C928 C913 C925 C914


R912 C912 R913 R920

C923

C931

C936
C917 R911 38 39

C910
R910 R909 C909 1 3 64 65 2 4

C933 C918
IC901

C916 C908
1

R908 C904
8 IC900

R922 R923 R924 C919


103 102 128 1

C937
R915

C915 R927 R918 R919 C905 C906


4

15.8.2. LAN BOARD: BOTTOM VIEW

R921 C938 C935

C911 C907

X900 C932

364

KX-FLB853RU: LAN BOARD (BOTTOM VIEW)

R928

PbF

C920

PFUP1495Z

R916

DG +3.3V

CN901 C934 R914 37 39 38 40

15.9. HOOK SWITCH BOARD


SW940 5 PFUP1496Z 6 5 21 1 J940 J941 FLT940 8 4 J942 CN940

PFUP1496Z
CN941 1 2 5 6

PbF

PbF KX-FLB853RU: HOOK SWITCH BOARD

15.10. CASSETTE RELAY BOARD (OPTION)


15.10.1. CASSETTE RELAY BOARD
13 3

PFUP1497Z-A

PFUP1497Z-A
R950 PG
CN951

PbF
1

24V C953
13

5VD R953 C955


C950

Q951
E

PbF

R959 Q952
1 2 CN954 E

C956

CN953 1

R958 R957

R960 D954 L950


2 CN952 1

C954

365

SW950
1

R954
13 26

C951

C957
12

C958

R952
25

IC950

4 CN950

AUTO-CH

R956 C952 C959 R955

R951
1

24

KX-FLB853RU: CASSETTE RELAY BOARD

KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

15.10.2. PAPER SWITCH BOARD

SW952

SW951 1 3 3 CN955 1

PbF PFUP1497Z-B
KX-FLB853RU: PAPER SWITCH BOARD

15.10.3. COVER SWITCH BOARD

SW953

366

PFUP1497Z-C

PbF
1 CN956 2

KX-FLB853RU: COVER SWITCH BOARD

15.11. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD


15.11.1. COMPONENT VIEW

1 1 6
+24V GND CHG REM DEV CLK DEV AC TRA CLK ALM T0PCVR

CN1 J10 R5 J9 R3 D1 D3 D9
D7

QF530 D63 2 D66 7 8 T61 D67 (B61) 5 D61 J5 J6

J8 J7 J12 D5 1 QF431 6

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

2
D8

5 8 T1 (B1)

D2 C66 D31 J3 D77 6 NQ051 c1 F1 0.8A/125V SW1 J1 J2 R95 J11 7 T81 (B81) C86 Q87 9 C83 J4 D4

D6

C85 Q3 D83

MPH7378 PCPH0415

D85 D84

R91

D82

367

R84 Q62 1 Q86 C4 VR1 D81 R89

N0GG4E000004

PbF

KX-FLB853RU: HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD (COMPONENT VIEW)

KX-FLB853RU

D66

D67

C66

Q62

T61

(B61)

D73 D72 D71 D70 R44

D77

SW1

F1

C1

R74 R72 C64 D63 D61 R66

D12 D69 D68 D13 D65 R68 R67 D15 C61 R45 D14 R46

J2 J1

R47

J6 J5

R65 R37

(B81) T81

R32

C11 R7 R43

D31

C62 R71

Q32 R50

IC1

R26

R20 C8 R24

J4 J3

R64 R1

J7 J12

CN1

R21

J8 R10

D81

C5R13 D5 R35

R36

R11

C4

R34

C10 R12 D2 C31

R4

R96

R3 D1 D3

J14

Q84Q85 R14 R91 Q87 C81 R90 R94 R93 R92 C84

R8

C2 R9

D4

R89

C85 D83

Q1

R27

D9 D6

J10

R25

R18

D7

D8 R81

VR1 R84

Q81

C7

R88 Q83 R87

R82

R83

(B1) T1

D82

KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU: HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD (BOTTOM VIEW)

PbF

N0GG4E000004

C88

C82 D84 D85

R17

R58

R5

R6

Q86

C86

R31

R54 R49

R48

C83

J9

MPH7378

C3

R41 D11

C32 R40 R42

R95

R70

D16 R55

J11

368

15.11.2. BOTTOM VIEW

15.12. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD


15.12.1. COMPONENT VIEW

D3

R30

D13 D12 D11

C50

C8

J5

D50
J6

J7

L13

C10 C30 T1

J8

L11

L2

C20

TH2

D10 CN1 1
L5

TH1

C55

Q1

J1
PC1

PbF
D110

R9

R50 D6

C2

D35

J4
C17

D2
D4

L1 C5
R4

F1

VR101

D401

C34

Z1

C18 D501
C510

D151
T2A 250V

369
C1
T4AH 250V F2 T10AH 250V R1 L3

D503 J120 C3 J122 J114 J113 C501 D104


J106 C7

C108 L101 D152

F151
J102

KX-FLB853RU: LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD (COMPONENT VIEW)

C4

D101 T2A250V
J110

F501
IC151

C152
1

J101

L102 J119
D275 J104 J115 CN101

MPW7802 N0AC4GJ00003

C101
D277

J112
C151

SCR1

C271

C6
R20

1
CN2 PC2

J116

L271

T2.5A 250V

F301

IC201

R22 R21

KX-FLB853RU

KX-FLB853RU

R130 R401
Q101

R402 Q401 R403 R404 R408 R409


Q402 C304

R106 C105 R103 R101

R105 R405 R102

R406 C153 R15 J2 R35 C35 R18 R8 C14 R19 C19 C12 C9 C15
J3 R55 IC1

R201
Q277

R206 R294
R295 Q292

D271 C275
Q271

C503
R54

C274 R293 R292 Q291 C21 R2


R53

C276 R291 C273 R7


R3

J105 J109 Q272 R250 R52 J108 R276 R279 D274 R303 R302 R6 R33 R31 R10 R32 R301 Q301 R5

R502 R501 R278 Q274 C272 R282 R281

C22 R23

15.12.2. BOTTOM VIEW

370

KX-FLB853RU: LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD (BOTTOM VIEW)

R205

R203 R204 R202 R271R272 J111 R273 D291 C277 R280 Q275 R277 R275

KX-FLB853RU

371

Y.M KXFLB853RU