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Laser printer

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FS-1000 Service Manual C Kyocera Corporation 2000 All rights reserved. Export Edition

Notice The information in this manual is subject to change without notification. Additional pages may be inserted in future editions. The reader is asked to excuse any technical inaccuracies or typographical errors in the present edition. No responsibility is assumed if accidents occur while the service person is following the instructions in this manual. The contents of this manual are protected by copyright. No part of the manual may be reproduced or copied by any means without the permission of the copyright holder. Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a

residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver

is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Important notice to service person Before attempting service on the equipment, including disassembling, reassembling, troubleshooting, and adjustment, read this manual carefully. During performing service, use extreme care to avoid possible electric shock hazard, burn, and human injuries. Make sure the printer is not provided with any safety facilities other than those primarily intended for the safety of users.

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About the chapters


This manual contains informations pertaining to service and maintenance of the laser printer FS1000. The information in this manual contains the following chapters:

Chapter 1: Chapter 2: Chapter 3: Chapter 4: Chapter 5: Chapter 6:

Product Information Installation/Operation Maintenance/Adjustments Operation Overview Disassembly Troubleshooting Contents

Appendix A: Diagrams Appendix B: Status Page Appendix C: Interface

Contents

Contents

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REVISION HISTORY

Version 1.00 1.0A

Date 10-May-2000 25-May-2000

Replaced Pages 2-10, 3-7, 3-10, 4-5, 4-6, 4-9, 4-11, 4-21, 4-24, 5-25, 5-26, 6-9, 6-10, 6-11, A-8, B-6

Remarks

VISIT US AT OUR INTERNET HOME PAGE (JAPAN): http://www.kyocera.co.jp FOR AVAILABILITY OF PRINTER DRIVERS AND UTILITIES, ACCESS TO YOUR LOCAL KYOCERA INTERNET SITE.

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Chapter 1

Product Information

Chapter 1 Contents
1-1 Printer specifications ...................................................................................................................... 1-3 1-1-1 Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 1-3 (1) Engine ................................................................................................................................. 1-3 (2) Controller ............................................................................................................................. 1-4 (3) Weight and dimensions ....................................................................................................... 1-4 (4) Power requirements ............................................................................................................ 1-5 (5) Environmental requirements ............................................................................................... 1-5 1-2 Names of parts ................................................................................................................................. 1-6 1-2-1 Name of parts ............................................................................................................................ 1-6 1-3 Safety information ........................................................................................................................... 1-7 1-3-1 Safety information ...................................................................................................................... 1-7 (1) Laser safety ......................................................................................................................... 1-7 (2) Laser notice ......................................................................................................................... 1-7 (3) Laser caution label on the scanner unit ............................................................................... 1-7 (4) CDRH regulations (U.S.A.) .................................................................................................. 1-9 (5) Ozone concentration ........................................................................................................... 1-9 (6) FCC statement (U.S.A.) ...................................................................................................... 1-9 (7) Optional equipment ........................................................................................................... 1-10 (8) Important note on the interface connectors ....................................................................... 1-10 (9) Canadian Department of Communications compliance statement ................................... 1-10 (10) Avis de conformit aux normes du ministre des Communications du Canada ............. 1-10 (11) ISO 7779 ......................................................................................................................... 1-10 1-4 Environmental requirements ........................................................................................................ 1-11 1-4-1 Environmental conditions ......................................................................................................... 1-11 (1) Clearance .......................................................................................................................... 1-12 (2) Places to avoid .................................................................................................................. 1-13 (3) Note on power ................................................................................................................... 1-13 (4) Removing the printer ......................................................................................................... 1-14 1-5 About the toner container ............................................................................................................. 1-15 1-5-1 Toner container ........................................................................................................................ 1-15 (1) Toner container handling ................................................................................................... 1-15 (2) Toner container storage ..................................................................................................... 1-16

1-1 Printer specifications


1-1-1 Specifications (1) Engine Item Print method Print speed (when printing multiple page) Resolution (dpi) Smoothing First print (A4 or letter, 23 C), depends on input data Warm-up time at 23 C Maximum duty cycle (A4) Process unit life expectancy Developing Laser diode Main charger Transferring Separation Drum cleaning Drum discharging Fuser Paper Capacity of paper feed trays (80 g/m2 [0.11 mm thickness]) Capacity of output trays (80 g/m2 [0.11 mm thickness]) Specification Electrophotography laser scan 10 pages/min. 600 horizontal/600 vertical KIR (2,400 horizontal/600 vertical) 15 seconds or less (42 seconds or less reverting from sleeping 25 seconds. 100,000 pages of printing or 3 years Mono component developer Visible laser Scorotorn plus charging Negative charger roller Curvature separation Blade Eraser lamp (LED array) Heat roller and press roller Plain paper: Legal to A5 universal Cassette: 250 sheets, MP tray: 50 sheets Face-up: 30 sheets, Face-down: 150 sheets

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(2) Controller Item CPU System ROM Font ROM Optional font ROM (Dip socket) Main (Video) RAM Additional RAM (DIMM slot) Host interface Specification PowerPC401B2/75MHz 4 MB MASK DIMM 2 MB (16 M bit 1) 1 MB (Optional KPDL2 Upgrade kit) 4 MB (16 M bit 2) Max. 132 (4 + 128) MB (16/32/64/128 MB DIMM 1 slot) Parallel: High-speed, bidirectional (IEEE1284), Serial : RS-232C/RS-422A, Max. speed: 115.2 Kbps (optional serial interface board IB-10E) KUIO-LV (3.3 V) Prescribe 2e PCL6, Diablo 630, IBM proprinter X24E, Epson LQ850, Line printer, KPDL2 (Optional)

Page description language Standard emulation modes

(3) Weight and dimensions Item Main unit (excl. protrusions) Specification Width: Height: Depth: Weight: 37.76 cm (14.9 inches) 22.2 cm (8.7 inches) 37.45 cm (14.7 inches) 9.5 Kg (20.94 lb.)

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(4) Power requirements

Item Voltage/current requirement

Specification US/Canada: Europe/Asia: Normal operation: Standby: Sleeping: 120 V AC 10 %, 60 Hz 2 %/4.4 A 220 -240 V AC 10 %, 50/60 Hz 2 %/2.2 A 120 V AC model: 233 W 220 - 240 V AC model: 506 W 41 W 6W

Watts

(5) Environmental requirements

Item Operating temperature and humidity Maximum altitude Noise emission (Excluding peaks, measured at 1 m from printer, as per ISO7779)

Specification 10 to 32.5 C (50 to 90.5 F), 20 to 80 %RH 2,000 m (6,500 feet) 48 dB(A) maximum/28 dB(A) at standby/unmeasureably low at sleeping)

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1-2 Names of parts


1-2-1 Name of parts

Face-up output tray Face-down output tray

Top cover

Side cover (Expanding memory slot and optional KPDL ROM socket inside) MP tray Cassette Front cover

Optional interface slot cover Parallel interface connector

Power switch Inlet

Figure 1-2-1 Name of parts

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1-3 Safety information


1-3-1 Safety information (1) Laser safety This printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation. Since radiation emitted inside the printer is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the printer during any phase of user operation. (2) Laser notice This printer is certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR Subchapter for Class I (1) laser products, and elsewhere is certified as a Class I laser product conforming to the requirements of IEC 825. (3) Laser caution label on the scanner unit The laser scanner unit has the following label affixed atop. Observe these cautionary statements and figures when handling the laser scanner unit.

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WARNING

Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

Laser radiation warning


Label on the scanner unit (Inside the printer)

Label on the left cover rear side

(Example: 50 Hz model) European/Asian/Pacific countries

U.S.A/Canada

Figure 1-3-1 Laser caution label

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(4) CDRH regulations (U.S.A.) The Center of Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products manufactured after August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. A label indicating compliance with the CDRH regulations must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States. (5) Ozone concentration The printers generate ozone gas (O3) which may concentrate in the place of installation and cause an unpleasant smell. To minimize concentration of ozone gas to less than 0.1 ppm, we recommend you not to install the printer in a confined area where ventilation is blocked. (6) FCC statement (U.S.A.) This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interferences to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Shielded circular cable should be used for interfacing with the computer.

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Any modification without prior permission may cause harmful interference. If any modification/change is introduced to this equipment without prior permission, Kyocera as the manufacturer cannot guarantee compliance with FCC rules. To use equipment which does not comply with FCC rules is prohibited. (7) Optional equipment The printer may be optionally installed with the following units: PK-6 KPDL2 Upgrade kit IB-10E Serial interface board kit PF-17 Paper feeder (250 sheets) (8) Important note on the interface connectors Be sure to turn off printer power before connecting or disconnecting an interface cable to the printer. For protection against static discharge which may be applied to the printer's internal electronics through the interface connector(s), keep any interface connector which is not in use capped using the protective cap supplied. WARNING This equipment has been certified to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device, pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules. Only peripherals (computer input/output devices, terminals, etc.) certified to comply with the Class B limits may be attached to this equipment. Operation with noncertified peripherals is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception.

(9) Canadian Department of Communications compliance statement This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. (10) Avis de conformit aux normes du ministre des Communications du Canada Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada. (11) ISO 7779 Maschinenlrminformationsverordnung 3. GSGV, 18.01.1991: Der hchste Schalldruckpegel betrgt 70 dB(A) oder weniger gem ISO 7779.

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1-4 Environmental requirements


1-4-1 Environmental conditions The Environmental requirements section on page 1-5 should be observed to ensure the optimum operation of the printer. The use of the printer in a location which does not satisfy the requirements may result in troubles and risk shortening its service life. The printer will work best if it is installed in a location that is: Level and well supported (Place the printer on a table or desk.) Not exposed to sunlight or other bright light (not next to an uncurtained window). Do not place the printer on an unstable cart, stand or table. Near an AC wall outlet, preferably one that can be used for the printer alone. The outlet should have a ground slot, or an adapter should be used. If you use an extension cord, the total length of the power cord plus extension cord should be 17 feet or 5 meters or less. Well ventilated, not too hot or cold, and not too damp or dry (See section Environmental requirements on page 1-5). If you install the printer where the temperature or humidity is outside the requirements in section Environmental requirements in chapter 1, the best print quality may not be expected and there will be an increased chance of paper jams. Provide a sufficient clearances around the printer to ensure ventilation and ease of access. (See section Clearance on next page).

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(1) Clearance Allow the necessary minimum clearance on all sides of the printer (below). 5

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Figure 1-4-2 Dimensions

Ref. 1 2 3 4 5

Clearance Left Front Right Back Above

Dimensions 25 cm (9-7/8 inches) 50 cm (19-11/16 inches) 25 cm (9-7/8 inches) 40 cm (15-3/4 inches) 30 cm (11-13/16 inches)

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(2) Places to avoid Avoid installing the printer in locations exposed to: Direct drafts of hot or cold air. Direct drafts of outside air. (Avoid locations next to outside doors.) Sudden temperature or humidity changes. Any source of high heat, such as a radiator or stove. Excessive dust. Dust and smoke may cause contamination on the laser scanner window, causing print quality problem. Vibration. Ammonia fumes or other harmful fumes. (In case of fumigating the room or saturate it with insecticide, remove the printer first.) Avoid greenhouse-like rooms. (Because of sunlight and humidity.) Avoid enclosed spaces that block ventilation. Avoid sites more than 6,500 feet or 2,000 meters above sea level. (3) Note on power Use only the power source voltage conforming to the printers rated power voltage. Do not use other power sources. Disconnect the printer from the power source before attempting removal or replacement of an electrical component or a printed-circuit board. The printer should not be connected to a power source until the instruction is given to do so when performing tests described in this manual. In connecting the printer power, exercise an extreme care in handling the power supply or any other electric parts which may give an electric shock. Before performing maintenance or repair, power from both the power source and the associated peripheral devices (computer, sorter, etc.) should be disconnected, unless otherwise specified. To avoid possible electrical shock, extreme caution must be exercised in handling the power cord and any other electrical part. An easily accessible socket outlet must be provided near the equipment. WARNING As the disconnect device is not incorporated in the printers AC primary circuit, an easily accessible socket outlet must be provided near the equipment.

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(4) Removing the printer Observe the following precautions in removal and transportation of the printer. Be sure to repack the printer in its original carton. Do not leave the printer, toner container, process unit and other printer modules inside a vehicle if the outdoor temperature is more than 25 C. As unexpectedly high temperature may develop inside when a vehicle is parked for a long period of time, the drum, toner container, process unit and the supplies should be removed from the vehicle. The vehicle during transportation should be parked in the shade or with the window open to allow minimum air circulation or the adequate air conditioning should be made. Should the printer be left in a vehicle, it may not be exposed to the temperature change of more than 7 C within 30 minutes. Before removing the printer to a warm place, wrap it in a blanket, etc., before crating it. Allow approximately two to three hours after having moved after uncrated. Failure to observe the above may result in moisture condensation which will affect the performance of the printer.

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1-5 About the toner container


1-5-1 Toner container The printer should use a Kyocera TK-17 toner kit. To ensure the high print quality and long service life, the following handling precautions should apply. CAUTION As the Ecosys printers are designed to ensure the optimum print quality when used with Kyoceras proprietary toner, Kyocera do not recommend to use any refilled toner containers that may be available commercially. This is because Kyocera have no means of control over how such refilled toner could affect the print quality and the reliability of the printer.

(1) Toner container handling To loosen and mix the toner inside before use, with the label side down, thoroughly shake the toner container 1 horizontally at least five times.

Figure 1-5-1 Toner container handling CAUTION Do not attempt to disassemble or refill the toner container.

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(2) Toner container storage The toner contained in the container is susceptible to temperature and humidity. To ensure the high print quality, store the toner container in a place that satisfies the following environmental conditions: Temperature: Humidity: NOTE -20 to 40 C (-4 to 104 F) 15 to 90 % RH

If the toner container is removed from the printers developer unit, put it in a protective bag and keep it in a dark place. If the printer is shipped for return, etc., do not ship it with the toner container installed. Otherwise, toner may leak and contamination may result in the printer.

CAUTION

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Chapter 2

Installation/Operation

Chapter 2 Contents
2-1 Unpacking ......................................................................................................................................... 2-3 2-1-1 Unpacking and inspection ......................................................................................................... 2-3 2-2 Installing the printer ........................................................................................................................ 2-4 2-2-1 Installing the toner container ..................................................................................................... 2-4 2-2-2 Expanding memory .................................................................................................................... 2-8 (1) Minimum memory requirements .......................................................................................... 2-8 (2) DIMM specifications ............................................................................................................ 2-8 (3) Notes on handling DIMM ..................................................................................................... 2-9 (4) Installing the DIMM ............................................................................................................ 2-10 (5) Testing the expansion memory ...........................................................................................2-11 (6) Installing KPDL .................................................................................................................. 2-12 Getting access to the KPDL ROM socket ............................................................................... 2-13 2-3 Using the operator panel ............................................................................................................... 2-14 2-3-1 Operator panel ......................................................................................................................... 2-14 2-3-2 Remote operation panel .......................................................................................................... 2-15

2-1 Unpacking
2-1-1 Unpacking and inspection The package should contain the printer and the accessories as shown in the figure below. Remove the printer and all the accessories from the package.

Printer

Toner container (TK-17)

Power cord

Installation manual

Cleaning cloth

Kyocera digital library CD-ROM

Figure 2-1-1 Unpacking For unpacking, place the box containing the printer on a flat, stable surface. Remove the manuals, toner kit, and other items located on top of the spacer and remove the spacer. Carefully remove the printer. Obtain help from other persons if necessary.

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2-2 Installing the printer


Installing the printer requires several steps. Proceed as follows in sequence. If the option paper feeder is used with the printer, begin installation with connecting the printer and the paper feeder PF-17. For details, refer to the Paper feeder PF-17 Service Manual.

2-2-1 Installing the toner container 1. Open the top cover all the way. 2. Confirm that the lock lever #1 1 is in the release (forward) position. If not, pull it forward until it is in the release position.

Figure 2-2-1 Confirming the lock lever #1

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3. Take the toner container 2 from the bag. Hold it with the protective seal (orange-colored) facing up. Shake the toner container 2 horizontally at least five times. This ensures that the toner is evenly distributed inside.

Figure 2-2-2 Shaking the toner container 4. Carefully remove the protective seal 3.

Figure 2-2-3 Removing the protective seal

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5. Install the toner container 2 into the printer. 6. Push firmly on the top of the toner container 2 at the positions marked [PUSH HERE].

Figure 2-2-4 Installing the toner container

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7. Push the lock lever #1 1 to the lock position. 8. Close the top cover 4.

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LOCK UNLOCK

Figure- 2-2-5 Locking the toner container NOTE The printer is shipped from the factory with no toner supplied in its developer (Process unit). When the printer is first switched on after the toner container is installed in the manner above, there will be a delay of several minutes before the printer gets ready to print a job. This delay is necessary for the printer to fill the developer reservoir with a sufficient amount of toner to continuously support a print job. The period of time is approximately 15 minutes. If the toner low or replace toner indication does not go off after installing the new toner container, take the toner container out once, shake it well, then install again.

UNLOCK

LOCK

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2-2-2 Expanding memory The FS-1000 comes standard equipped with 4 MB of main memory. Printer memory can be expanded to up to the maximum 132 MB (4 MB + 128 MB) by installing an optional DIMM (Dual In-line Memory Module). (1) Minimum memory requirements Refer to the table below for minimum memory requirements in various environments. Resolution 300 dpi 600 dpi 2 MB 2 MB 10 MB

Printing environment HP LaserJet 5P (factory setting) HP LaserJet 5P with resource protection

(2) DIMM specifications Memory size in MB Number of pins Access speed Parity Bus width 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 72 80 ns or faster Without 32 bits

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(3) Notes on handling DIMM Before proceeding to install DIMM, read the following notes for handling the main board and DIMMs: Protect the electronics by taking these precautions: Before touching a DIMM, touch a water pipe or other large metal object to discharge yourself of static electricity. While doing the work, it is recommended that you wear an antistatic wrist strap. Touch the main board and DIMM only by the edges, not in the middle.

Figure 2-2-6 Handling DIMM

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(4) Installing the DIMM The main board of the printer is equipped with one socket for memory expansion. Expansion memory is available in the form of DIMM (Dual In-line Memory Module). CAUTION Take precautions that no foreign substances such as metal chips or liquid get inside the printer during the installation process. Operation of the printer during the presence of a foreign substance may lead to fire or electric shock. Turn the printers power switch off. Unplug the printers power cable and disconnect the printer from the computer or the network.

WARNING

Remove the side cover 1 as shown in the figure below.

Step 1

Step 2

Remove one scrw.

Figure 2-2-7 Removing side cover

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Open the clips 2 on both ends of the DIMM socket 3. Insert the DIMM 4 into the DIMM socket 3 so that the notches on the DIMM align with the corresponding protrusions in the slot. Close the clips 5 on the DIMM slot to secure the DIMM.

Step 1

Step 2

Figure 2-2-8 Inserting the DIMM (5) Testing the expansion memory After installing DIMM in the printer, test the printer to see if the installation has been successful. To test the expansion memory, turn printer power on and print a status page. If the installation has been successful, the Available Memory item of the status page will show the expanded memory size corresponding to the amount of memory added.

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(6) Installing KPDL KPDL (Kyocera Printer Description Language) is an upgrade to add the Kyoceras implementation of the PostScript page description language to the printer. Upgrade is done by inserting a KPDL ROM (PK-6) into an empty socket on the printers main board. For details on KPDL, refer to the KPDL Upgrade Kit Installation Manual.

Installing the KPDL ROM Before installing the KPDL ROM, carefully straighten the pins as follows.

NO

NO

Make sure that none of the pins are bent.

Figure 2-2-9 KPDL ROM To insert the ROM into its socket, position the ROM in the socket as shown. Make sure that the Ushaped indentation at the end of the ROM is oriented in the same direction as the U-shaped indentation at the end of the socket. Align all pins of the ROM properly with their socket holes.
U-shaped indentation

Socket U-shaped indentation

KPDL ROM

Figure 2-2-10 Inserting the KPDL ROM


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Getting access to the KPDL ROM socket Remove the printers side cover. Refer to Installing the DIMM on page 2-10. Locate the socket for inserting the KPDL ROM. This socket is marked as U03S.

KPDL ROM

Socket (U03S)

Figure 2-2-11 Getting access to the KPDL ROM socket

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2-3 Using the operator panel


This section provides explanation on how to use the printers operator panel for basic operation. For details, refer to the printers Users Manual. 2-3-1 Operator panel The printers operation panel has the following LED indicators and keys. Note that adjustments to the printer parameters made using these keys may be overridden by those made from within the application software.

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Figure 2-3-1 Operator panel Table 2-3-1 Operator panel function No. Name 1 On line indicator 2 3 4 5 6 Data indicator Paper empty/ Paper jam indicator Toner indicator Cancel key Go key Function Indicates whether the printer is on-line or off-line. Indicates that the printer is receiving data. Indicates whether the paper cassette is empty or a paper jam has occurred. Flashes when toner is low, and light when toner is exhausted. Stops printing when pressed. Switches the printer mode between on-line and off-line when pressed. If you continued to press the key for 10 or more seconds, service status page is printed. Switches between the MP tray and paper cassette when the paper runs out. Prints out any unprinted page.

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2-3-2 Remote operation panel The remote operation panel is a utility that allows you to make basic printer settings from the computer connected to the printer or the network. For details on installation and usage, see the printers Users Manual contained as an electronic file in the CD-ROM supplied with the printer.
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Figure 2-3-2 Remote operation panel Table 2-3-2 Remote operation panel function No. Name 1 Message display Function Indicates printer status, the interface currently active, the resolution, the paper size, the number of copies set in the current interface, and error messages. Makes connection settings and operation settings between the printer and the computer. Makes connection settings for new printers. Displays help message. Performs the same function as the printers Go key. Not displayed with non-network connection. Displays printer settings and confirmation items. Changes the printer 3D image in real time according to the printers status. For example, if you open the printers top cover, the top cover on the 3D image else open.

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SETUP button CONNECT button HELP button GO button MENU button Monitor window

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Chapter 3

Maintenance/Adjustments

Chapter 3 Contents
3-1 Maintenance/Adjustments .............................................................................................................. 3-3 3-1-1 Life expectancy of modules ....................................................................................................... 3-3 3-1-2 Toner container .......................................................................................................................... 3-4 (1) When to replace the toner container ................................................................................... 3-4 (2) Notes on changing toner container ..................................................................................... 3-4 (3) Toner container replacement ............................................................................................... 3-5 (4) Toner saver mode (EcoPrint) ............................................................................................... 3-6 3-1-3 Cleaning the printer ................................................................................................................... 3-7 (1) Cleaning the registration roller ............................................................................................ 3-8 (2) Cleaning the main charger wire ........................................................................................... 3-8 3-1-4 Updating the firmware ............................................................................................................... 3-9 (1) Firmware data format .......................................................................................................... 3-9 (2) Downloading controller firmware data ............................................................................... 3-10

3-1 Maintenance/Adjustments
3-1-1 Life expectancy of modules The table below shows the nominal life expectancy for modules. Detailed part information for each module (except toner container) can be found in Parts Catalog. Table 3-1-1 Life expectancy of modules Kit TK-17 PU-40 Module Toner container Process unit Nominal life (pages) 6,000 100,000 Remarks User-replaceable User-replaceable

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3-1-2 Toner container Assuming an average toner coverage of 5 % with EcoPrint mode turned off, the toner container will need replacing approximately once every 6,000 printed pages. Table 3-1-2 Toner container Kit Life in pages TK-17 6,000 Based on letter or A4 size paper; average print density of 5 %. NOTE In the case of a new printer in which a toner kit has been installed for the first time, the number of copies that can be printed will be approximately 3,000.

(1) When to replace the toner container When the printer runs low on toner, the Toner indicator flashes on the operation panel. Be sure to promptly replace the toner container and clean the inside of the printer when this message appears. If the printer stops printing while the Toner indicator is lit, replace the toner container to continue printing.

(2) Notes on changing toner container Observe the following cautions when replacing the toner container: Do not attempt to disassemble the old toner container and reuse the waste toner inside. Keep magnetic media such as floppy disks away from the toner container. Be sure to clean the parts as instructed in this section at the same timing of replacing toner container. Use of the Kyocera toner kit TK-17 is highly recommended for the optimum operation of the printer.

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(3) Toner container replacement To replace the toner container, open the top cover. Pull lock lever #1 1 to the release [UNLOCK] position, then pull lock lever #2 2 to the release (right) position.

1 2

Figure 3-1-1 Releasing Lock lever #1 and #2 Gently remove the old toner container 3.

Figure 3-1-2 Removing the old toner container


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Put it in the supplied plastic bag 4 and dispose of it.

Figure 3-1-3 Disposal of the old toner container NOTE Although the toner container is made from non-harmful, flammable material, be sure to dispose of it according to laws and regulations.

Proceed with the instructions provided in chapter 2, Installing the toner container on page 2-4 to complete installation of the new toner container. (4) Toner saver mode (EcoPrint) The EcoPrint enables to reduce the amount of toner consumed on the page so as to save printing costs by drastically extending the toner container life. EcoPrint mode is factory-set to off and turned on by the Print dialog under the File menu in the Remote operation panel utility (Refer to printers Users Manual).

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3-1-3 Cleaning the printer To avoid print quality problems, the following printer parts must be cleaned with every toner container replacement. To clean the printer, first, remove the process unit from the printer. Open the top cover 1 and front cover 2. Lift the process unit 3 together with the toner container out of the printer.

Figure 3-1-4 Removing the process unit NOTE The drum in the process unit is sensitive to light. Never expose the drum even to normal office lighting (500 lux) for more than five minutes.

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(1) Cleaning the registration roller Use the supplied wiper cloth 1 to clean dust and dirt away from the registration roller 2 (metal).

Figure 3-1-5 Cleaning the registration roller (2) Cleaning the main charger wire Slide the charger cleaner knob (green colored) back and forth 2 to 3 times, then return it to its [CLEANER HOME POSITION].
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Figure 3-1-6 Cleaning the main charger wire After cleaning is done, install the process unit in the printer, using the reverse manner as above. Close the front cover and top cover.
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3-1-4 Updating the firmware The printer accepts update of the system firmware sent through the parallel interface. A PC that is connected to the printers parallel interface and capable of running in DOS mode is required for this purpose. Updating the firmware is implemented by directly downloading the new firmware data for rewriting the flash memory chip in the printer. (1) Firmware data format Kyocera supplies the data to be downloaded in the following file format:

ds4944.dat
1 2 3 4 Identifies... 1 de: Engine firmware data* ds: Controller (system) firmware data dm: Operation panel message data* 2 49: FS-1000 3 Version of data (2 to 4 digits) 4 dat: Engine/controller firmware data* dan: Panel message data for Danish* swe: Panel message data for Swedish* Ita: Panel message data for Italian* spa: Panel message data for Spanish* *: These are listed for reference purpose and not applicable for model FS-1000.

CAUTION

Do not turn off printer power while data are being downloaded (approximately one minute).

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(2) Downloading controller firmware data To download controller firmware data, use Prescribe UPGR command as follows.

CAUTION

Downloading controller firmware takes several minutes. Do not turn power off during downloading.

Confirm the status page shows the new firmware version (See Service information on the status page on page B-4). If downloading fails, the printer indicates an error display using the LED indicators. To identify error, refer to the table which follows. Perform in sequence: Turn printer power on. Make sure the printer is ready. At the DOS prompt, send the following command to the printer. !R! UPGR SYS;EXIT; DOS COPY (/b) the data to download from the host computer. Turn power off. Turn power on again. Check the printer gets ready. If the display shows an error, refer to the following.

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Chapter 4

Operation

Overview

Chapter 4 Contents
4-1 Electrophotographic system .......................................................................................................... 4-3 4-1-1 Electrophotographic cycle ......................................................................................................... 4-3 Process unit mechanism ........................................................................................................... 4-4 (1) Main charging ...................................................................................................................... 4-5 Photo conductive drum ............................................................................................................. 4-5 Charging the drum .................................................................................................................... 4-6 (2) Exposure ............................................................................................................................. 4-7 Laser scanner unit .................................................................................................................... 4-8 Drum surface potential .............................................................................................................. 4-9 (3) Development ..................................................................................................................... 4-10 (4) Transfer ..............................................................................................................................4-11 (5) Fusing ................................................................................................................................ 4-12 Fuser unit mechanism ............................................................................................................ 4-13 (6) Cleaning ............................................................................................................................ 4-14 4-2 Paper feeding system .................................................................................................................... 4-15 4-2-1 Paper feed control ................................................................................................................... 4-16 Paper feeding mechanism ...................................................................................................... 4-17 4-3 Electrical control system .............................................................................................................. 4-18 4-3-1 Electrical parts layout .............................................................................................................. 4-18 4-3-2 Operation of circuit boards ..................................................................................................... 4-19 (1) Main board ........................................................................................................................ 4-19 (2) Engine board ..................................................................................................................... 4-20 Eraser lamp control circuit ...................................................................................................... 4-21 Heater lamp control circuit ...................................................................................................... 4-22 Polygon motor control circuit .................................................................................................. 4-24 (3) Power supply board ........................................................................................................... 4-25 (4) Bias board ......................................................................................................................... 4-26 (5) High voltage board ............................................................................................................ 4-27 Interlock switch ....................................................................................................................... 4-28

4-1 Electrophotographic system


Electrophotography is the technology used in laser printing which transfer data representing texts or graphics objects into a visible image which is developed on the photosensitive drum, finally fusing on paper, using light beam generated by a laser diode. This section provides technical details on the printers electrophotography system. 4-1-1 Electrophotographic cycle The electrophotography system of the printer performs a cyclic action made of six steps as follows. Each step is technically explained in the following sections.
Laser scaner unit Process unit

1 Main charging

2 Exposure
Drum

6 Cleaning

3 Developing 4 Transfer

5 Fusing
Fuser unit

Figure 4-1-1 Electrophotographic cycle The sections for main charging, exposure (drum), developing, and cleaning are modularized in one Process unit PU-40.

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Process unit mechanism


3 2 ) *
Driving power train A For drum (From main unit) B For toner container, developing roller, etc. (From main unit) C For main unit (Transfer roller) D For toner container

& ^

8 7

4 D A 6

1 * C $ # @ B !

1 Main charger unit 2 Charger wire 3 Grid 4 Developing roller 5 Gear Z14-Z18 6 Gear Z14-Z36 7 Gear Z18-Z36 8 Free gear Z40

9 Gear Z18-Z35H 0 MAG gear Z24H ! Mixer gear Z20 B @ Mixer gear Z20 A # DLP screw B $ DLP screw A % Drum ^ Drum gear Z35H

& Drum shaft * Drum gear Z36 ( Sweep gear Z13 ) Idle gear 18H Cleaning blade Sweep roller Waste toner reservoir

Figure 4-1-2 Process unit mechanism


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(1) Main charging Photo conductive drum The durable layer of organic photoconductor (OPC) is coated over the aluminum cylinder base. The OPC tend to reduce its own electrical conductance when exposed to light. After a cyclic process of charging, exposure, and development, the electrostatic image is constituted over the OPC layer. Since the OPC is materialized by resin, it is susceptible to damage caused by sharp edges such as a screwdriver, etc., resulting in a print quality problem. Also, finger prints can cause deterioration of the OPC layer, therefore, the drum (in the process unit) must be handled with care. Substances like water, alcohol, organic solvent, etc., should be strictly avoided. As with all other OPC drums, the exposure to a strong light source for a prolonged period can cause a print quality problem. The limit is approximately 500 lux for less than five minutes. If the drum (process unit) remains removed form the printer, it should be stored in a cool, dark place.

Photo conductive layer

Aluminum base cylinder

Figure 4-1-3 Photo conductive drum

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Charging the drum The following shows a simplified diagram of the electrophotographic components in relation to the engine system. Charging the drum is done by the main charger unit A.

High voltage board YC-M CN1-A4

Bias board

Engine board MHVDR YC12-4

Main charging output

Zener board KP-788

Figure 4-1-4 Charging the drum As the drum C rotates in a clean (neutral) state, its photoconductive layer is given a uniform, positive (+) corona charge dispersed by the main charger wire B. Due to high-voltage scorotron charging, the charging wire can get contaminated by oxidization after a long rum. Therefore, it must be cleaned periodically from time to time using the method explained in chapter 3. Cleaning the charging wire prevents print quality problems such as black streaks.

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(2) Exposure The charged surface of the drum A is then scanned by the laser beam from the laser scanner unit B.

Figure 4-1-5 Exposure The laser beam (780 nm wavelength) beam is dispersed as the polygon motor (polygon mirrors) revolves to reflect the laser beam over the drum. Various lenses and mirror are housed in the scanner unit, adjust the diameter of the laser beam, and focalize it at the drum surface.

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Laser scanner unit

4 5

1 6

Diversion mirror

Figure 4-1-6 Laser scanner unit

Name 1 Laser diode 2 Cylindrical lens

Description Emits diffused, visible laser. Compensates the vertical angle at which the laser beam hits a polygon mirror segment. 3 Polygon mirror (motor) Has six mirror segments around its hexagonal circumference; each mirror corresponding to one scanned line width on the drum when laser beam scans on it. 4 F-theta lens The f-theta lens equalizes focusing distortion on the far ends of the drum. 5 Sensor mirror Bends the very first shot of a laser scan towards the beam detection sensor (6). 6 Pin photo sensor When shone by the sensor mirror above, this photo-sensor generates a trigger signal for the engine controller to start activating the paper feeding system.

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Drum surface potential The laser beam is continually switched on and off depending on the print data. It is on for a black (exposed) dot and off for a white (blank) dot. Since the drum surface is evenly charged, whenever it is illuminated by the laser beam, the electrical resistance of the photoconductor is reduced and the potential on the photoconductor is also lowered. Resulted on the drum surface is an electrostatic image which represents the data to print. Note that the area to be printed black has the low potential, constituting a positively exposed image.

Laser beam

Exposed surface potential approximately +60 to +80 V Charged surface potential +40015 V

OPC layer

Aluminum cylinder

Drum

Figure 4-1-7 Drum surface potential

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(3) Development The latent image constituted on the drum is developed into a visible image. The developing roller A contains a 3-pole (S-N-S) magnet core B and an aluminum cylinder rotating around the magnet core B. Toner attracts to the developing roller A since it is powdery ink made of black resin bound to iron particles. Doctor blade C, magnetized by magnet D, is positioned approximately 0.3 mm above the developing roller A to constitute a smooth layer of toner in accordance with the roller revolution.

C
Magnetism 0.1 mm N S S

0.3 - 0.4 mm

E
N

A F

Developing bias output 2755 V DC + AC

Bias board YC-B YC302-8 HVCLK

Engine board

YC11-5

Figure 4-1-8 Development The developing roller A is applied with the AC-weighted, positive DC power source. Toner E on the developing roller A is given a positive charge. The positively charged toner E is then attracted to the areas of the drum F which was exposed to the laser light. (The gap between the drum F and the developing roller A is approximately 0.3 mm.) The non-exposed areas of the drum F repel the positively charged toner as these areas maintain the positive charge. The developing roller A is also AC-biased to ensure contrast in yielding by compensating the toners attraction and repelling action during development.

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(4) Transfer The image developed by toner on the drum A is transferred onto the paper because of the electrical attraction between the toner itself and the transfer roller B. The transfer roller is negatively biased so that the positively charged toner is attracted onto the paper while it is pinched by the drum and the transfer roller.

B
Transfer bias

High voltage board YC-T YC1-A5 YC1-A7 YC1-A8

Bias board

Engine board THVDR YC12-1 HVISEL YC11-9 PSEL YC11-7

Figure 4-1-9 Transfer The nominal transfer bias is set to approximately -1.8 kV (limit) with the -6 A current. Since the ideal potential of the transfer bias depends on the thickness of paper, the bias is raised to approximately -2.5 kV/-6 A for thicker paper. On the other hand, the bias current is reduced to -1.8 kV/-6 A for thin paper.

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(5) Fusing The toner on the paper is molten and pressed into the paper as it passes between the heat roller A and the press roller B in the fuser unit.

B
Figure 4-1-10 Fusing The heat roller has a halogen lamp inside which continuously turns on and off by the thermistor to maintain the constant temperature onto the heat roller surface. The temperature is approximately 160 C while the printer is idle; approximately 170 C (Normal paper) and 185 C (Thick paper) while printing. The heat roller is resin coated by florin to prevent toner from accumulating on the roller after a long run. Care must be taken while handling the heat roller not to scratch the roller surface as doing so may result in print problems. The heat roller has four claws which are continuously in contact with its surface. These claws prevent the paper on which toner has been fused from being wound around the heat roller causing paper jam. The pressure roller is made of the heat-resistant silicon rubber. This roller is used to strongly press the paper towards the heat roller by means of coil springs. The temperature of the heat roller is constantly monitored by the engine board using the thermistor and triac. Should the temperature of the heat roller exceed the predetermined value, the thermal cutout is activated to effectively disconnect the heater (halogen) lamp from power.
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Fuser unit mechanism


0 ! @ 1 2

8 7 5 4 6

1 Heat roller 2 Idle gear Z34 3 Exit gear Z23 4 Idle gear Z18

5 Heat gear Z33 6 Press roller 7 Heater lamp 8 Thermal cutout

9 Separator(s) 0 Thermistor ! Exit pulley(s) @ Lower exit roller

Figure 4-1-11 Fuser unit mechanism

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(6) Cleaning After the transferring process, the drum needs to be physically cleaned of toner which is residual after the development process. The cleaning blade A is constantly pressed against the drum B and scrapes the residual toner off to the sweep roller C. The waste toner is collected at the output end of the sweep roller C and sent back to the toner container, into the waste toner reservoir D.

B A

C D

Figure 4-1-12 Drum cleaning and erasing static charge After the drum B is physically cleaned, it then must be cleaned to the electrically neutral state. This is necessary to erase any residual positive charge, ready to accept the uniform charge for the next print process. The residual charge is canceled by exposing the drum B to the light emitted from the eraser lamp E. This lowers the electrical conductivity of the drum surface making the residual charge on the drum surface escape to the ground.

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4-2 Paper feeding system


The paper feeding system picks up paper from the cassette, MP tray, or if installed, the paper feeder PF-17, feeds it in the printer, and delivers in the output tray. Paper is fed at the precise timing in synchronization with data processing. The paper feeding system finally delivers the printed page to either the face-down or face-up tray as manipulated by the user. The figure below shows the components in the paper feeding system and the paths through which the paper travels. The sensors, clutches, etc., are described in the following pages.
( 4 9 & ^ * 3 5

2 1

4 6 %$ # @! 0 87

1 Cassette 2 MP tray 3 Face-down output tray 4 Face-up output tray 5 Process unit 6 Fuser unit 7 Feed roller

8 Feed pulley 9 MP feed roller 0 Lower registration roller ! Upper registration roller @ Transfer roller # Drum $ Heat roller

% Press roller ^ Lower exit roller & Exit pulley * Upper exit roller ( Exit pulley

Figure 4-2-1 Paper feeding path

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4-2-1 Paper feed control The following diagram shows interconnectivity of the feeding system components including the sensors and rollers. The engine board provides the signals in conjunction with the electrophotography process that is driven by the main board.

Power train

Toner container TK-17

8 Process unit Developing roller 4 6 5 3 2 Registration clutch Paper sensor MP feed clutch Registration sensor MP tray 1 MP paper sensor

Drum Fuser unit

Exit sensor

Main motor

Feed clutch Cassette Optional paper feeder PF-17

Cassette Power supply board High voltage board Bias board MOTORN REGDRN EXITN Bias board

Main motor MPFSOLN FEDDRN HANDSN YC07-2

PAPERN

RESIT

YC04-8

YC03-2

YC12-6

YC12-8

Engine board

1 MP feed roller 5 Transfer roller

2 Feed roller 6 Heat roller

3 Lower registration roller 7 Lower exit roller

4 Upper registration roller

8 Upper exit roller

Figure 4-2-2 Paper feed control

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YC09-2

YC04-1

YC11-6

Paper feeding mechanism


Driving power train A For process unit; drum (From main unit) B For process unit; toner container, developing roller etc. (From main unit) C From process unit; drum (To transfer roller)

) ( * ^ A

B & % $ # @

0 ! 1 2 7 8 3

1 Main motor (gear) 2 Registration clutch 3 MP feed clutch 4 Feed clutch 5 MP feed roller 6 Feed roller 7 Registration gear Z13 8 Registration gear Z20 9 Cassette gear 0 Lower registration roller ! Upper registration roller @ Transfer roller # TC gear Z18 $ Press roller % Heat roller

4 5 6
^ Heat gear Z33 & Lower exit roller * Exit gear Z23 ( Upper exit roller ) Exit gear Z23 UP

Figure 4-2-3 Paper feeding mechanism


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4-3 Electrical control system


4-3-1 Electrical parts layout

@ J 4 %$#

7 3 H G I

08

K L5 !M

2 9 ( 6 1 &
6 Main motor 7 Cooling fan 8 Registration clutch 9 Feed clutch 0 MP feed clutch ! MP paper sensor @ Toner sensor # Waste toner sensor $ Eraser lamp % Laser scanner unit ^ Heater lamp & Thermal cutout * Thermistor ( Paper feeder interface connector

^ *

A B C 2 D

1 Main board (KP-780) 2 Engine board (KP-781) A Go key (switch) B Cancel key (switch) J Interlock switch C Toner indicator (LED) 5 Bias board (KP-783) D Paper empty/ Paper jam K Cassette switch indicator (LED) L Registration sensor E Data indicator (LED) M Paper sensor F On line indicator (LED) Figure 4-3-1 Electrical parts layout
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4-3-2 Operation of circuit boards (1) Main board


Main board (KP-780)
EBA22 EBA10-1

EBIU Address bus

Compact flash socket

YC05 EBD31-16

YC06

To Laser scanner unit

OUTPE LOBN U01 PowerPC 75 MHz RISC processor (Core ASIC)

CDWAITN, CDET1-2 CDRST EBA22-2 EBCSN0, EBCSN1 EBOEN0, EBWEN0 EBD31-0 Code ROM

Q03 LONR Digital Tr. VDON PDN

YC01 PDN OUTPE PLGCLK, CPRDY, PDN VSREQN, RDYN SCKN, EGSI SBSY, EGSO, SDIR, EGIRN RSTN

KPDL ROM socket


EBCSN1 EBA20-1 EBCSN0, EBCEN2 EBA21-1 Q01 Digital Tr. OPRSTN U03S U02 Font MASKROM YC02 EBD31-16 EBD31-16

To engine board

Engine I/F

Xtal X01 18.75 MHz (System) X02 19.1681 MHz YC03 PNSELIN PNSTROBE, PNAUTOFD, PNINIT PNACK, U06 PBUSY, PPERROR, PSELECT, PNFAULT Xtal (Video)

CXIN CXOUT VXIN VXOUT Q02 Digital Tr. SELI RSVO

OPRSTN

KUIO-LV
EBD31-16

OPRDY, DMAACKN, IORN,IOWN, EBCSN4 OPACKN, OPIRN, DMAREQ EBA15-1

EBD31-0 RASN, CASN, WEN, BA1,BA0, SDCLKE, DQMUU, DQMUM, DQMLM, DQMLL IICSCL IICSDA YS02 SDRAM Address buss U05 DIMM memory Maximum 128 MB 2 MB SDRAM SDD31-0 SDA12-0 SDD31-0

To PC

Parallel I/F

PDATA

SDA12-0

YC04

PDIRN, 1284HD DTR, RTS, TXD CTS, DSR, RXD RSSEL

U04 SDA12-0 SDCSN0 2 MB SDRAM

Optional serial I/F

SDCSN1-2 SDCLK SDCLK

YC07

Debugger

DBTXD DBRXD, DBCLK U07 3.3 V regulator +5 V +3.3 V U08 3.3 V regulator +5 V KUIO +3.3 V

SDRAM DIMM Slot


SDD31-0

SDRAM Data bus

Figure 4-3-2 Main board circuit block diagram

EBIU Data bus

Q04 LDEN Digital Tr.

EBCSN2, EBCSN3, EBOEN1, EBWEN1

YS01

DIMM Slot

APC I/F

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(2) Engine board


Engine board (KP-781) Operation keys (switches) and indicators (LEDs) DL01 DL02 DL03 DL04 Main board (KP-780) SW01 SW02 KLED1-4 Optional paper feeder PF-17

KSW1, KSW2

PFMDRN PFSEN, PFPER, PFLK MOTOR MRDYN

RSTIN PLGCLK 24 V DC Reset IC U02 _RESET

U01 CPU

FEDDR

Main motor

EEDIO EESCK

EEPROM U03

Feed clutch

PLGDR PLGRDYN Laser scanner unit Cassette switch Registration sensor Paper sensor SWIN REGN PAPERN FANH FANL THERMA Heater lamp HEAT control circuit EXITN MHVDR, THVDR, RTHDR, HVISEL 24 V DC TONER 5 V DC MPFSOL REGDR

Registration clutch

MP feed clutch

HANDSN

MP paper sensor

Waste toner sensor TNFULL ERASPW ERASER Eraser lamp control circuit Eraser lamp

Toner sensor High voltage output circuit 5 V DC output circuit 24 V DC output circuit Cooling fan Exit sensor Triac Heater lamp Thermistor

Interlock switch

Bias board (KP-783)

High voltage board

Power supply board

Figure 4-3-3 Engine board circuit block diagram

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Eraser lamp control circuit The CPU turns pin #45 (ERASERN) of U01 to H level, transistors Q12 and Q13 turns on consequently, and the 24 V DC given at pin #1 of YC05 applies to the eraser lamps. The eraser lamps thus illuminate as the current flows through the eraser lamp, the 2nd pin of YC05, resistors R58, R59, and R61, and the ground. Pin #27 (ERRDYN) of the CPU U01 is wired to the crossing of R59 and R61 via R60. The CPU turns pin #45 (ERASERN) to H level and monitors the input level after one second. If the eraser lamp is normal, the current flowing through R60 also flows DZ02, making the voltage at pin #27 to be approximately 2.7 V. On the contrary, if the level at pin #27 (ERRDYN) is less than 1 V for more than 2 seconds, despite the CPU turns pin #45 (ERASERN) to H level and applying the 24 V DC to pin #1 of YC05, the CPU recognizes that the current is not flowing through the eraser lamp. The message Call service person E5 is then displayed.

Engine board
+24V

Eraser lamp cotrol circuit CPU U01


3 P02/INTP2 45 ERASERN 2 Q12 1 GND R58 R57 1 3 Q13 YC05 1 2 2 C32

Eraser lamp

ERASPW ERASER

R59 P16/ANI6 27 ERRDYN 1 2 GND GND R60 DZ02 R61

R58

Figure 4-3-4 Eraser lamp control circuit

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Heater lamp control circuit The heater lamp control circuit turns the heater lamp on and off which is located coaxial inside the heat roller, so that the surface of the roller maintains the constant specific, temperature needed to permanently fuse the toner on paper. The heater lamp is directly fed with AC primary power (120 V or 220 - 240 V) which is supplied from the power supply board. The CPU U01 detects variation in voltage resultant of change in temperature, given at pin #33 (THERMA) by the thermistor. This voltage is used to effectively switch the fuser lamp on and off. If pin #1 (HEAT) is H level, transistor array QA01 (pin #5) turns on, the photo coupler on the power supply board turns on, and the triac turns on, consequently the heater lamp is AC powered and lights. The heater lamp continuously turns on and off to maintain the temperature on the heater roller at approximately 170 C (Normal paper) and 185 C (Thick paper) for printing and approximately 160 C at stand by. If the temperature does not decrease more than 1 C within 20 seconds since the CPU turns pin #1 (HEAT) off to disable the heater lamp, the printer displays "Call service person E4."
Engine board
33 P10/ANI0

THERMA C14 +5V R36 C15 +5V R42 +5V 1 Q08 2 3 QA01 5 3 GND

CPU U01
GND

R38 3.3KF R40 5.1KF C16

2 3

U04 393 1 + R41

Bias board

P50/A8

1 HEAT

GND GND

R45

1 4

Heater lamp control circuit AC

Thermal cutout

Power supply board Triac

+24 V

Heater lamp Heat roller Thermistor Photo-coupler

High voltage board

Figure 4-3-5 heater lamp control circuit

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Besides the thermal cutout device which is connected in series with the heater lamp, the system includes the abnormal temperature detection circuit comprised of comparator U04, R38, R40, etc. Pin #3 of the comparator is continuously given with the voltage by resistors R38 and R40, which simulates the voltage given if an abnormally high temperature develops. Pin #2 receives the voltage the thermistor detects. For instance such as the heater lamp happens not to switch off, the voltage the thermistor gives at pin #2 will become unusually high, and as soon as it exceeds the voltage at pin #3, pin #1 of the comparator output changes to L level. This in turn turns transistors Q8, transistor array QA01 (pin #3) on, and turns pin #2 to L level. Since pins #2 and #5 are connected to each other, pin #1 of the CPU, even though it is currently at H level, is enforced to be H level, effectively disabling the heater lamp.

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Polygon motor control circuit The main controller board supplies the 1417.3 Hz clock pulse (PLGCLK) via the engine board to the PLL control IC (IC1) for the polygon motor. To begin printing, the engine CPU U01 turns PLGDR to H level, the PLL control IC (IC1) starts to revolve the polygon motor so that the revolution is 14,173 rpm which depends on the PLGCLK clock pulse. When PLL control IC (IC1) finds that the polygon motor is revolving at the rated speed, turns PLGDRN to L level to acknowledge the engine CPU that the rated speed has been achieved. On the contrary, if PLGRDYN does not turn to L level within 8 seconds since PLGDRN has been L level, the printer displays "Call service person E2."

Engine board Polygon motor control circuit


3 PLGDR 2 R30

Laser scanner unit


+24V

Polygon motor 14,173 rpm


+

CPU U01

+5V 1 R31 GND

Q04

PLGRDYN R32 R33 3 PLGCLK

PGND YC06 5 4 3 2 1

+24V PGND PLGDRN PLGRDYN PLGCLK

PLL control IC (IC1)

1417.3 Hz

Q05

C13 PGND

GND

Figure 4-3-6 Polygon motor control circuit

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(3) Power supply board The power supply board provides the AC power input and DC power and outputs. The high voltage bias generator circuit is mounted on a separate board. A simplified schematic diagram is shown below.
Power supply board AC input Power Current switch fuse Noise filter circuit Rectifier circuit Transformer 24 V DC rectifier/ smoothing circuit 24 V DC shutoff circuit +24 V COM FAN Cooling fan

FET

Switching/ Over current detection circuit

Heater lamp Photocoupler

5 V DC rectifier/ smoothing circuit

Over voltage detection circuit

SENPOW +5 V Exit sensor EXITN PGND, SGND THERM Thermistor +24 V

Triac Thermal cutout

PhotoTriac

HEAT

Figure 4-3-7 Power supply board circuit block diagram

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(4) Bias board The bias board contains the developing bias output circuit, registration sensor, paper empty sensor, and the cassette switch. It also provides a liaison connection to the high voltage board, power supply, and the toner sensor.

Bias board (KP-783) Engine board Toner sensor TONER 5 V DC TONER 5 V DC

SENPOW

SENPOW

5 V DC

Registration sensor

RESIT

Casette switch SWIN Paper sensor PAPER FANH FAN FANL MHVDR, THVDR, HVISEL, PSEL, RTHDR

EXTIN, THERM HEAT 24 V DC

275 V DC + AC Power supply board Hight voltage board Developing roller Developing bias output circuit

HVCLK

Figure 4-3-8 Bias board circuit block diagram

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(5) High voltage board The high voltage board contains the high voltage output circuit, interlock switch circuit as well as providing a liaison connection with the power supply board, bias board, and the engine board.
Engine board Bias board +24 V +24 V +24 V PGND HVMON MHVDR PGND Control and driver circuit High voltage output circuit Main charger High voltage board

THVDR PSEL HVISEL Control and driver circuit

Transfer bias output positive voltage circuit

Transfer roller Power supply board PGND

PGND Interlock switch

+24 V IN +24 V FAN, HEAT, SENPOW THERM, EXTN +5 V SGND

Figure 4-3-9 High voltage board circuit block diagram

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Interlock switch The interlock switch is located on the high voltage board and opened and closed in conjunction with the front cover or the top cover via the interlock lever. This switch connects and disconnects the +24 V DC power supply line. If the front cover or the top cover is open, the interlock switch is open, and the +24 V DC to the high voltage output circuit, bias board, engine board, and the power supply board is disconnected, deactivating the high voltage output, laser output, main motor output for safety.
Top cover

Projection Interlock lever

Projection

High voltage board

Front cover

Interlock switch

Machine left side view

Figure 4-3-10 Interlock switch

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Chapter 5

D i s a s s e m b l y

Chapter 5 Contents
5-1 General instructions ........................................................................................................................ 5-3 5-1-1 Screw/hardware ......................................................................................................................... 5-3 5-1-2 Before starting disassembly ...................................................................................................... 5-3 5-2 Disassembly ..................................................................................................................................... 5-4 5-2-1 Removing the process unit ........................................................................................................ 5-4 5-2-2 Removing the principal outer covers ......................................................................................... 5-5 (1) Removing the top cover/face-down output tray ................................................................... 5-5 (2) Removing the right cover .................................................................................................... 5-6 (3) Removing the left cover ....................................................................................................... 5-6 5-2-3 Removing the feed roller ........................................................................................................... 5-7 5-2-4 Removing the MP tray feed roller .............................................................................................. 5-8 5-2-5 Removing the transfer roller ...................................................................................................... 5-9 5-2-6 Removing the principal circuit boards ...................................................................................... 5-10 (1) Removing the engine board .............................................................................................. 5-10 (2) Removing the main board .................................................................................................. 5-11 (3) Removing the power supply board and high voltage board .............................................. 5-13 (4) Removing the bias board .................................................................................................. 5-14 5-2-7 Removing the main motor and drive unit ................................................................................. 5-15 5-2-8 Removing and splitting the fuser unit ...................................................................................... 5-19 (1) Removing the separators .................................................................................................. 5-21 (2) Removing the heater lamp ................................................................................................ 5-22 (3) Removing the heat roller ................................................................................................... 5-23 (4) Removing the thermistor ................................................................................................... 5-25 (5) Removing the thermal cutout ............................................................................................ 5-26 (6) Removing the press roller ................................................................................................. 5-27 5-2-9 Removing the laser scanner unit and the eraser lamp ............................................................ 5-28

5-1 General instructions


This chapter provides procedures for removal and replacement of the field replacement components. For other components not explained in this chapter, the diagrams in the Parts Catalog attached with this manual will help locate the component. When replacing of a component, reverse the procedure for the removal procedure explained in this chapter. WARNING To avoid injury to human bodies, make sure that AC power is removed and the power cord is unplugged from both the power line and the printer.

5-1-1 Screw/hardware Screws and hardware used in the printer are listed in the Ecosys Screw catalog. These screw symbol numbers are universal to most Ecosys printers. CAUTION When securing a self-tapping screws, align it with the thread carefully. First turn it counterclockwise, then slowly clockwise. Do not overtighten. In case the selftapped thread is damaged, the affected part must be replaced with a new part.

5-1-2 Before starting disassembly Before proceeding, unplug the power cord from the printer and the power supply. WARNING CAUTION Never attempt to operate the printer with a component removed. The printer use electrostatic sensitive parts inside (on circuit boards, Laser scanner unit, etc.). Provide an antistatic (discharging) device, such as a wrist strap, that can effectively discharge your body before touching the circuit boards, the laser scanner unit, etc.

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5-2 Disassembly
Before proceeding, remove the paper cassette and the optional paper feeder PF-17, if installed. 5-2-1 Removing the process unit 1. Open the top cover 1. 2. Open the front cover 2. 3. Lift the process unit 3 together with the toner container out of the printer.

Figure 5-2-1 Removing the process unit CAUTIONS After removing the process unit, seal it in the protective bag and place it on flat surface. Do not place the process unit in a dusty area. Do not give impact to the process unit. Do not place floppy disks near the process unit. FS-1000 5-4

5-2-2 Removing the principal outer covers (1) Removing the top cover/face-down output tray 1. Open the top cover 1. 2. Remove two screws 2. 3. Remove the top cover/face-down output tray 3.

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Figure 5-2-2 Removing the top cover/face-down output tray

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(2) Removing the right cover 1. Remove one screw 1. 2. Remove the side cover 2 (See page 2-10). 2. Unlatch the five snaps 3 and one hook hole 4 on the chassis, remove the right cover 5. 5 3 3

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2 1 Figure 5-2-3 Removing the right cover (3) Removing the left cover 1. Unlatch the six snaps 1 and two hook holes 2 on the chassis, remove the left cover 3.

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Figure 5-2-4 Removing the left cover FS-1000 5-6

5-2-3 Removing the feed roller CAUTION When refit the feed roller, fit the D-cut shaft into the D-shape hole of the feed roller.

1. Remove the paper cassette and the process unit. (See page 5-4) 2. Stand the machine the front side up. 3. Move the feed roller in the direction A, and remove the feed roller 1.

Figure 5-2-5 Removing the feed roller

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5-2-4 Removing the MP tray feed roller 1. Open the front cover. 2. Remove the process unit. (See page 5-4) 3. Remove one stop ring 1. 4. Remove the MP feed roller 2.

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Figure 5-2-6 Removing the MP feed roller

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5-2-5 Removing the transfer roller CAUTION Do not touch the transfer roller (sponge) surface. Oil and dust (particles of paper, etc.) on the transfer roller can significantly deteriorate the print quality (white spots, etc.). When refitting the bushes and springs, make sure to refit the black colored bush and spring on the left side. Also, observe the correct direction to which the bush is fit in reference to the paper passing direction. 1. Remove the process unit. (See page 5-4) 2. Remove the transfer roller 1 from the both bushes.
Paper passing direction Long Short Transfer roller

Bush Gear

Bush (Black colored)

Spring (Black colored)

1
Bush

Spring

Figure 5-2-7 Removing the transfer roller

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5-2-6 Removing the principal circuit boards (1) Removing the engine board 1. Remove the top cover/face-down output tray and right cover (See pages 5-5 and 5-6). 2. Remove all (ten) connectors from the engine board 1. 3. Remove three screws 2. 4. Remove the engine board 1.

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Figure 5-2-8 Removing the engine board

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(2) Removing the main board 1. Remove the process unit (See page 5-4). 2. Remove the top/face-down output tray and right cover (See pages 5-4 and 5-5). 3. Remove two connectors 1 from main board 2. 4. Remove six screws 3. 5. Remove the controller box (with main board) 4.

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Figure 5-2-9 Removing the controller box (with main board)

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6. Remove two screws 5 at the back of the main board 2. 7. Remove two screws 6 from the parallel interface connector 7. 8. Remove the main board 2.

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Figure 5-2-10 Removing the main board

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(3) Removing the power supply board and high voltage board 1. Remove the process unit (See page 5-4). 2. Remove the top cover/face-down output tray and left cover (See pages 5-5 and 5-6). 3. Remove three connectors 1 from the power supply board 2. 4. Remove eight screws 3. 5. Remove the power supply board 2 and high voltage board 4. (Note: The high voltage board 1 is directly connected to the bias board 5.) 6. Separate the high voltage board 4 from the power supply board 2.

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3 Figure 5-2-11 Removing the power supply board and high voltage board

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(4) Removing the bias board 1. Remove the cassette and process unit (See page 5-4). 2. Remove the top cover/face-down output tray and left cover (See pages 5-5 and 5-6). 3. Remove the power supply board and high voltage board (See the previous page). 4. Stand the machine with the front side up. 5. Remove one connector 1 from the bias board 2. 6. Remove five screws 3. 7. Remove the bottom cover 4. 8. Remove the two connectors 5 from the bias board 2. 9. Remove the bias board 2.

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4 3

Figure 5-2-12 Removing the bias board

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5-2-7 Removing the main motor and drive unit 1. Remove the cassette and process unit (See page 5-4). 2. Remove the top cover/face-down output tray and right cover (See pages 5-5 and 5-6). 3. Remove three connectors 1 from the main motor 2. 4. Remove four screws 3. 5. Remove main motor 2.

Figure 5-2-13 Remove the main motor

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6. Remove the engine board (See page 5-10). 7. Remove wires from wire saddles 4 on the cord cover 5. 8. Unlatch the four snaps on the chassis, remove the cord cover 5.

5-2-14 Removing the cord cover

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9. Remove one screw 6. 10. Remove the grounding plate 7. 11. Remove three stop rings 8. 12. Remove MP feed clutch 9, feed clutch 0, and registration clutch !.

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Figure 5-2-15 Removing the clutches

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13. Remove the four screws @. 14. Remove the drive unit #.

Figure 5-2-16 Removing the drive unit

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5-2-8 Removing and splitting the fuser unit WARNING CAUTION The fuser unit is hot after the printer was running. Wait until it cools down. When refitting the fuser unit, make sure the fuser unit gear and the printers drive gear are properly meshed with each other. For this, rotate the main motor several turns before fixing screws.

1. Remove the process unit. (See page 5-4) 2. Remove the top cover/face-down output tray, right and left covers. (See page 5-5, 5-6) 3. Remove the rear side cover 1. 4. Remove the two connectors 2. 5. Remove two screws 3. 6. Remove the fuser unit 4.

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Figure 5-2-17 Removing the fuser unit FS-1000 5-19

7. Remove two screws 5. 8. Open and split the fuser unit 4.

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Figure 5-2-18 Splitting the fuser unit

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(1) Removing the separators WARNING The separation claws are extremely hot immediately after the printer was running. Allow substantial period of time until it cools down.

1. Remove and split the fuser unit (See page 2-19). 2. Loosen the stopper screws 1. 3. Hold the separators 2 upright, and remove the separators 2 and separator springs 3.

Step 1

Step 2

Figure 5-2-19 Removing the separators

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(2) Removing the heater lamp WARNING The heater lamp is extremely hot immediately after the printer was running. Allow substantial period of time until it cools down. Also, the heater lamp is fragile: Handle it with great care. CAUTION The heater lamps are fragile. Use extreme care when handling not to drop or break. Do not directly touch on the heater lamp. Finger prints on the heater lamps outer surface can prevent proper fusing of toner on paper. When holding the heater lamp, hold the ceramic parts of heater lamp at both ends. When refitting the heater lamp, direct the short distance side from the projection in the middle of the lamp facing the machines left side. 1. Remove and split the fuser unit (See page 5-19). 2. Remove all (four) separators (See previous page). 3. Remove one screw 1, release the tension of lamp A holder 2. 4. Remove the heater lamp 3 form the lamp B holder 4. 5. Remove the heater lamp 3 from the heat roller 5.

Machine right side

1
Long

Machine left side

Projection

Short

Figure 5-2-20 Removing the heater lamp FS-1000 5-22

(3) Removing the heat roller WARNING The heat roller is extremely hot immediately after the printer was running. Allow substantial period of time until it cools down.

1. Remove and split the fuser unit (See page 5-19). 2. Remove the heater lamp (See previous page). 3. Press the lamp A holder 1 away from the heat roller. Pull up both heat R bush 2 and heat L bush 3 at the same time.
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Figure 5-2-21 Removing the heat R bush and heat L bush

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3. Remove the heat gear Z33 4, heat R bush 2, and heat L bush 3 from the heat roller 5.

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Figure 5-2-22 Removing the heat roller

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(4) Removing the thermistor 1. Remove and split the fuser unit (See page 5-19). 2. Remove the heater lamp (See page 5-22). 3. Remove the heat roller (See page 5-23). 4. Remove one screw 1. 5. Remove the thermistor 2.

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Figure 5-2-23 Removing the thermistor

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(5) Removing the thermal cutout CAUTION Do not bend the terminals of the thermal cutout.

1. Remove and split the fuser unit (See page 5-19). 2. Remove the heater lamp (See page 5-22). 3. Remove the heat roller (See page 5-23). 4. Remove the two screws 1. 5. Turn the thermal cutout 2 counterclockwise slightly, then lift the thermal cutout 2.

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Figure 5-2-24 Removing the thermal cutout

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(6) Removing the press roller WARNING The press roller is extremely hot immediately after the printer was running. Allow substantial period of time until it cools down.

1. Remove and split the fuser unit (See page 2-19). 2. Remove the press roller 1 from the fuser unit 2.

Figure 5-2-25 Removing the press roller

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5-2-9 Removing the laser scanner unit and the eraser lamp 1. Remove the process unit (See page 5-4). 2. Remove the top cover/face-down output tray, right cover, and the left cover (See pages 5-5 and 5-6). 3. Remove four connectors 1. 4. Remove five screws 2 and four screws 3. 5. While keeping the ground joint plate 4 away from the LSU plate 5, remove the LSU plate.
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Figure 5-2-26 Removing the LSU plate

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5. Remove three screws 6. 6. Remove one connector 7 from the laser scanner unit 8. 7. Remove the laser scanner unit 8.

Figure 5-2-27 Removing the laser scanner unit

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8. Remove the eraser lamp 9.

5-2-28 Removing the eraser lamp

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Chapter 6

Troubleshooting

Chapter 6 Contents
6-1 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................... 6-3 6-1-1 Error messages ......................................................................................................................... 6-3 (1) Messages ............................................................................................................................ 6-4 Normal messages ..................................................................................................................... 6-5 Maintenance messages ............................................................................................................ 6-6 Error messages ........................................................................................................................ 6-7 6-1-2 Service error indications ............................................................................................................ 6-9 (1) D9 Waste toner full [Total page count 100,000 pages of printing] ................................... 6-9 (2) DA Waste toner full [Total page count 100,000 pages of printing] ................................. 6-10 (3) E1 Main motor error ........................................................................................................ 6-11 (4) E2 Laser scanner unit [Polygon motor] error ................................................................. 6-12 (5) E3 Laser scanner unit [Pin photo diode] error ............................................................... 6-14 (6) E4 Fuser unit error ......................................................................................................... 6-16 (7) E5 Eraser lamp error ..................................................................................................... 6-17 (8) F1 Controller checksum error ........................................................................................ 6-18 (9) F2 Controller RAM read/write error ................................................................................ 6-18 (10) F3 Controller system error ........................................................................................... 6-18 6-1-3 Print quality problems .............................................................................................................. 6-19 (1) Completely blank printout .................................................................................................. 6-20 (2) All-black printout ................................................................................................................ 6-21 (3) Dropouts ............................................................................................................................ 6-22 (4) Black dots .......................................................................................................................... 6-23 (5) Black horizontal streaks .................................................................................................... 6-23 (6) Black vertical streaks ......................................................................................................... 6-24 (7) Unsharpness ..................................................................................................................... 6-25 (8) Gray background ............................................................................................................... 6-26 (9) Dirt on the top edge or back of the paper .......................................................................... 6-27 Repetitive defects gauge ........................................................................................................ 6-28 6-1-4 Correcting a paper jam ............................................................................................................ 6-29 (1) Jam at the face-down and face-up trays ........................................................................... 6-29 (2) Jam at the paper cassette ................................................................................................. 6-30 (3) Jam inside the printer ........................................................................................................ 6-30

6-1 Troubleshooting
This chapter explains procedures for identifying and correcting problems. Topics covered are: 6-1-1 Error messages The printer indicates various messages using the LED indicators at its top. The indicators are lit, fast flashing, slow flashing, and off in combination to describe a specific message. The following diagram depicts these indicators and the control keys.

On line indicator Data indicator Paper empty/Paper jam indicator Toner indicator

Cancel key

Go key

Figure 6-1-1 Indicators and control keys For explanation on the basic function of the indicators and the keys, refer to pages 2-14.

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(1) Messages In the explanation that follows, the following diagrams are used to describe whether the indicator is lit, fast flashing, slow flashing or off.

Red

Green Slow flashing Fast flashing Lit Off

By using the Remote Operation Panel utility to monitor the printers status from the computer, the error message can be is displayed on the computers screen when an error occurs.

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Normal messages Indicator

Remote Operation Panel display Processing

Description The printer is receiving data. The printer is processing data, or the printer is waiting for a code or command signalling that the job is finished. The printer is ready to print. The printer is off-line. The printer stores but does not print received data. The printer is in sleep mode. The On line indicator flashes at 5 second intervals and all other indicators go off. The printer wakes from Sleep mode whenever a key on the operator panel is pressed, the cover is opened or closed, or data is received. The printer then warms up and goes online. (By using the Remote Operation Panel, setting the amount of time before the printer enters sleep mode.) Data inside the printer is being canceled. The indicators light in sequence form the top, then go off in sequence from the bottom. This process is repeated twice. The printer is warming up and is not ready to print. The indicators light in sequence twice from top to bottom.

Ready

Sleeping

Cancelling data

Please wait

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Maintenance messages Indicator

Remote Operation Panel display Description Add paper <paper source> The paper has run out. Add paper to the <size> cassette or MP tray. The paper source and paper size are displayed in the Remote Operation Panel. Press the Go key to switch, the paper source between the MP tray, the cassette, and the paper feeder (optional) in that order. The cassette is not closed securely. Close the cassette property. Call service person An error requiring attention by service ##:nnnnnn personnel has occurred. Refer to Service error indications, See page 6-9. An error requiring attention by service personnel has occurred and the printer has stopped. An error code is displayed in ##, and the current number of copies to be printed is displayed in n. Load MP tray <paper The cassette paper size and data paper size> size are not the same. Set paper of the size specified in the print data into the MP tray, then press the Go key to resume printing. The printer feeds from the MP tray when the page in the cassette is a different size than that specified in the print data. When your want to feed from a source other than the MP tray, make sure there is no paper in the MP tray, then press the GO key to switch the paper source. The printer prints on the paper size set in that particular paper source. Paper jam Open the printer and clear the paper jam. For details on how to correcting paper jams (See page 6-29).

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Indicator

Remote Operation Panel display Replace Toner TK-17

Toner low TK-17

Top cover Open

Description There is no more toner in the toner container. Replace with a new toner kit. The printer has stopped because there is no more toner. After replacing, be sure to clean the printer (See page 3-5). There is not enough toner inside the toner container. Promptly replace with a new toner as the printer will stop printing before long. Clean the printer after replacement (See page 3-5). The top or front cover is open. Close the cover properly.

Warning Waste toner bottle

The waste toner reservoir (in process unit) is almost full. Shake the process unit horizontally. Turn power off and on If the same occur, refer to section 6-1-2 Service error indications.

Error messages Indicator

Remote Operation Panel display KPDL Error Press GO

Memory overflow Press GO

Description Current print processing cannot continue. (Only occurs if the optional KPDL2 Upgrade kit [PK-6] is installed.) Press the Go key to resume printing. Press the Cancel key to abandon printing. Printing cannot continue because there is not enough memory. Press the Go key to resume printing. Press the Cancel key to abandon printing.
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Indicator

Remote Operation Panel display Print overrun Press GO

RAM disk err ## Press GO

Description Current print processing cannot continue due to complex data. The data transferred to the printer was too complex to print on a page. Press the Go key to print data as far as it was stored. Press the Cancel key to abandon printing. NOTE: To release the page protect mode, send the following command to the printer from the Remote Operation Panel utility after this error occurs: !R! FRPO R5, 1; EXIT; Check the error code displayed in ## and refer to the appropriate description below. 01: Abnormal format. Try turning the power off and on again. 02: RAM disk mode is off. Turn RAM disk mode on. 03: Cannot write to the disk system because it is write protected. Remove the write protection. 04: No disk space. Clean up files. 05: Specified file not on disk. 06: No memory for use by disk system. Expand printer memory. 10: Cannot format disk because host data is spooled there. Format the disk after Ready is displayed. 98: Unable to read files during sorting (file does not exist, or is corrupted).

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6-1-2 Service error indications Service errors are represented by the alternating flashing of the indicators (LEDs). Each error is represented by the notation of D, E and F and can be monitored on the Remote Operation Panel utility. e.g. E1 is for the main motor error. (1) D9 Waste toner full [Total page count 100,000 pages of printing]

Call service personD9:nnnnnn


Printer indicators

Shake the process unit horizontally.

Turn power switch off, then on.

D9 shown?

No

Yes

Replace the process unit.

Turn power switch off, then on.

No D9 shown?

Yes

End.

Replace the waste toner sensor or engine board.

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(2) DA Waste toner full [Total page count 100,000 pages of printing]

Call service personDA:nnnnnn

Printer indicators Shake the process unit horizontally.

Turn power switch off, then on.

DA shown?

No

Yes

Replace the process unit.

Turn power switch off, then on.

DA shown?

No

Yes

End.

Replace the waste toner sensor or engine board.

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(3) E1 Main motor error

Call service personE1:nnnnnn


Printer indicators Remove and check harness (S02507) between engine board (KP-781) and main motor at pins 6 to 9 on both ends. No OK? Yes

+24 V DC at pin of CN1 on main motor? Yes Connect circuit tester to pin 8 (MOTORN) of YC04 on engine board (KP-781) and ground.

No

Replace harness (S02507) between engine board (KP-781) and main motor.

Turn printer power off, then on.

Connect oscilloscope to pin 8 (MOTORN) and pin 7 (MRDYN) of CN1 on main motor.

Print status page.

Turn power switch off, then on.

Does pin 8 (MOTORN) of YC04 on engine board (KP-781) goes high, then low? No

Yes

Print status page.

No

Does pin 7 (MRDYN) of CN1 on main motor goes high, then low, within 3 seconds from pin 8 (MOTORN) goes low? Yes Replace main motor. See page 5-15. If not solved, check or replace drive unit. See page 5-15.

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

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(4) E2 Laser scanner unit [Polygon motor] error


Printer indicators

Call service personE2:nnnnnn

+24 V DC at pin 5 of YC06 on engine board (KP-781) ?

No

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

Yes Connect oscilloscope to pin 1 (PLGCLK) and pin 3 (PLGDRN) of YC06 on engine board (KP-781). Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10. Replace laser scanner unit. See page 5-28.

Turn power switch on. Turn power switch on.

Turn power switch off, then on. OK? Yes Does pin 3 (PLGDRN) of YC06 on engine board (KP-781) goes high, then low? Yes Does pin 1 (PLGCLK) of YC06 on engine board (KP-781) output square-wave* signal? Yes Connect oscilloscope to pin 2 (PLGRDYN) and pin 3 (PLGDRN) of YC06 on engine board (KP-781). Does pin 2 (PLGRDYN) of YC6 on engine board (KP-781) goes high, then low, within 8 seconds after pin 3 (PLGDRN) goes high, then low? No Replace laser scanner unit. See page 5-28. No

OK? Yes End.

No

No

End.

Replace harness (S02503) between engine bard and laser scanner unit. Yes

No *: 1417 Hz (705 s)

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

A
Continued to next page. Turn power switch on.

Turn power switch off, then on.

OK? Yes

No

End.

Replace harness (S02503) between engine bard and laser scanner unit.

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Continued from previous page.

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

Turn power switch on.

OK? Yes End.

No

Replace main board (KP-780). See page 5-11.

Turn power switch on.

OK? Yes End.

No

Replace harness (S02516) between engine board and main board.

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(5) E3 Laser scanner unit [Pin photo diode] error

Call service personE3:nnnnnn


Printer indicators

+5 V DC at pin 6 of YC06 on main board (KP-780) ?

No

Yes Connect oscilloscope to pin 4 (_LEDN) of YC06 on main board (KP-780).

Replace main board (KP-780). See page 5-11.

Turn power switch off, then on.

Replace main board (KP-780). See page 5-11.

Turn power switch on. Does pin 4 (_LEDN) of YC06 on main board (KP-780) goes high, then low before "E3" ? Yes

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

No

OK? Yes

No Turn power switch on.

No End. OK? Yes

Connect oscilloscope to pin 4 (_LEDN) and pin 8 (_HSYNC) of YC06 on main board (KP-780).

End.

Turn power switch off, then on.

Does pin 8 (_HSYNC) of YC06 on main board (KP-780) output pulse signal*, within 0.1 second after pin 4 (_LDEN) goes high, then low? *: Pin photo diode detect horizontal synchronization signal (Frequency: 1417 Hz, Low level width: 10 s) No

Replace harness (S02503) between main board and engine board. Yes

B
Continued to next page.

C
Continued to next page.

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Continued from previous page.

Continued from previous page.

Replace laser scanner unit. See page 5-28.

Replace main board (KP-780). See page 5-11.

Replace main board (KP-780). See page 5-11.

Turn power switch on.

Turn power switch on. Replace harness (S02503) between main board and laser scanner unit.

OK? Yes End.

No

OK? Yes

No

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

Turn power switch on.

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

Yes Turn power switch on. Yes OK? No Replace harness (S02502) between main board and laser scanner unit. End. Turn power switch on. Yes No End. Replace harness (S02516) between main board and engine board. OK? OK? No Yes End. No

OK?

Replace harness (S02516) between main board and engine board.

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(6) E4 Fuser unit error

Call service personE4:nnnnnn


Printer indicators

Turn power switch off, and remove power cable.

Detach connector CN4 on power supply board.

Measure resistance between pins 1 and 2 of the detached connector.

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

Open (infinite)?

Yes "E4" shown? No

No Measure resistance between pins 1 and 3 of the detached connector. No Replace thermistor. See page 5-25. Yes Replace harness (S02500) between engine board (KP-781) and bias board (KP-783). Yes

Open (infinite)?

No

Replace thermal cutout or heater lamp. See page 5-26 or 5-22.

"E4" shown?

No

Yes Replace bias board or high voltage board or power supply board. See page 5-14 or 5-13.

End.

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(7) E5 Eraser lamp error

Call service personE5:nnnnnn


Printer indicators

Turn power switch off, then on.

Print a status page.

Does pin 1 (ERASPW) of YC05 on engine board (KP-781) output +24 V DC, before shown "E5"? Yes

No

Turn power switch off, then on.

Print a status page.

Does pin 2 (ERASER) of YC05 on engine board (KP-781) remain low?

No

Yes

Replace engine board (KP-781). See page 5-10.

Replace eraser lamp. See page 5-28.

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(8) F1 Controller checksum error Turn power switch off, then on. If not solved, replace the main board (See page 5-11).

Printer indicators

Remote Operation Panel

Call service personF1:nnnnnn

(9) F2 Controller RAM read/write error Remove the expansion memory (DIMM). Turn power switch off, then on. If not solved, replace the main board. If solved, replace the expanding memory (See pages 2-8 and 5-11).
Printer indicators

Remote Operation Panel

Call service personF2:nnnnnn

(10) F3 Controller system error Turn power switch off, then on. If not solved, replace the main board (See page 5-11).
Printer indicators

Remote Operation Panel

Call service personF3:nnnnnn

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6-1-3 Print quality problems Print quality problems range from uneven tone to completely blank output. The troubleshooting procedure for each type of problem is given below. (1) Completely blank printout See page 6-20. (2) All-black printout See page 6-21. (3) Dropouts See page 6-22. (4) Black dots See page 6-23.

ABC 123

ABC 123

(5) Black horizontal (6) Black vertical streaks streaks See page 6-23. See page 6-24.

(7) Unsharpness See page 6-25.

(8) Gray background See page 6-26.

ABC 123

ABC 123

ABC 123

(9) Dirt on the top edge or back of the paper See page 6-27.

ABC 123

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(1) Completely blank printout

Check the process unit. Check that the process unit is inserted correctly. Check the transfer bias potential. Check the transfer bias output on the high voltage board. This requires removal of the left cover and the test equipment. Replace the high voltage board if high voltage potential is not available on the board (See page 5-13). Check the laser scanner unit. The scanner components within the scanner may be disordered. Replace the laser scanner unit if necessary (See page 5-28).

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(2) All-black printout

Check the main charger. Open the printer top cover and check that the process unit is correctly seated. Poor contact main charger terminal between the process unit and the printer main unit. Check the drum bias. Make sure the bias from the high voltage board correctly arrives at the process unit. Check high voltage potential at the high voltage board. Check the high voltage output on the high voltage board. Replace the high voltage board if high voltage potential is not available on the board.

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(3) Dropouts

ABC 123

Note the spacing of the defects. Refer to Repetitive defects gauge (See page 6-28). If the defects occur at regular intervals of 63 mm, the problem may be the damaged developing roller (in the process unit). Replace the process unit. If the defects occur at regular intervals of 94 mm, the problem may be the damaged drum (in the process unit). Replace the process unit. If the defects occur at regular intervals of 61 mm, the problem may be the damaged fuser unit. Replace the press roller or heat roller (See page 5-27 or 5-13). Check paper for property. Paper with rugged surface or dump tends to cause dropouts. Replace paper with the one that safisfies the paper specifications. Check the transfer roller installation. The transfer roller must be supported by the bushes at the both ends. Clean the bush to remove oil and debris. Replace the transfer roller if necessary (See page 5-9). Check the transfer bias potential. Check the transfer bias output on the high voltage board. This requires removal of the left cover and the test equipment. Replace the high voltage board if high voltage potential is not available on the board (See page 5-9).

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(4) Black dots

ABC 123

Note the spacing of the defects. Use the Repetitive defects gauge (See page 6-28). If the defects occur at regular intervals of 94 mm, the problem may be the damaged drum (in the process unit). Replace the process unit. If the defects occur at random intervals, the toner may be leaking from the process unit. Replace the process unit. (5) Black horizontal streaks

ABC 123

Check the process units ground of the process unit. The drum axle in the process unit and its counter part, the grounding tab in the printer, must be in a good contact. If necessary, apply a small amount of electro-conductive grease onto the tab. The drum may be defective. Replace the process unit.

FS-1000

6-23

(6) Black vertical streaks

ABC 123

Contaminated main charger wire. Clean the main charger wire by pulling the green colored cleaning knob in and out several times. Check the drum surface for a streak of toner laying lengthwise. A streak of toner remaining on drum after printing means that the cleaning blade (in the process unit) is not working properly. Replace the process unit. Defective magnet roller (in the process unit). Replace the process unit.

FS-1000

6-24

(7) Unsharpness

Check paper for property. Paper with rugged surface or dump tends to cause unsharp printing. Replace paper with the one that safisfies the paper specifications. Check the transfer roller installation. The transfer roller must be supported by the bushes at the both ends. Clean the bush to remove oil and debris. Replace the transfer roller if necessary (See page 5-9). Check the transfer bias potential. Check the transfer bias output on the high voltage board. This requires removal of the left cover and the test equipment. Replace the high voltage board if high voltage potential is not available on the board (See page 5-13). Check EcoPrint setting. The EcoPrint mode can provides faint, unsharp printing because it acts to conserve toner for draft printing purpose. For normal printing, turn the EcoPrint mode off by using the Remote operation panel. For details refer to the printers Users Manual.

FS-1000

6-25

(8) Gray background

ABC 123

Check the print density setting. The print density may be set too high. Try adjusting the print density using the Remote operation panel utility. For details refer to the printers Users Manual. Check the surface potential of the drum (in the process unit). The drum potential should be approximately 400 V. This may vary depending on production lots. Measurement is possible only by using the jig and tool specifically designed for this purpose. The drum unit will have to be replaced if it bears values far out of the allowable range. The developing roller (in the process unit) may be defective. If a process unit which is known to work normally is available for check, replace the current process unit in the printer with the normal one. If the symptom disappears, replace the process unit with a new one.

FS-1000

6-26

(9) Dirt on the top edge or back of the paper

ABC 123

Check toner contamination in various parts. Dirty edges and back of the paper can be caused by toner accumulated on such parts as the paper chute, paper transportation paths, the bottom of the process unit, and the fuser unit inlet. Clean these areas and parts to remove toner. Check the transfer roller. If the transfer roller is contaminated with toner, clean the transfer roller using a vacuum cleaner; or by continuously printing a low-density page until the symptom has faded away.

FS-1000

6-27

Repetitive defects gauge Use the following measurements for checking repetitive occurrences on the printed page. See the above section for details.

First occurrence of defect

[25 mm] Upper registration roller

[38 mm] Lower registration roller

[50 mm] Transfer roller

[61 mm] Heat roller, Press roller (Fuser unit) [63 mm] Developing roller (Process unit)

[94 mm] Drum (Process unit)

Figure 6-1-2 Repetitive defects gauge

FS-1000

6-28

6-1-4 Correcting a paper jam If a paper jam occurs while you are printing, remove the jammed paper as described below. After you have removed the jammed paper, open and close the top cover once. (1) Jam at the face-down and face-up trays 1. Open the face-up tray and remove the jammed paper as shown in the figure.

Figure 6-1-3 Jam at the face-down and face-up trays

FS-1000

6-29

(2) Jam at the paper cassette 1. Pull out the paper cassette and remove the jammed paper.

Figure 6-1-4 Jam at the paper cassette (3) Jam inside the printer 1. Open the top cover and front cover. 2. Take the process unit together with the toner container out of the printer. 3. Remove the jammed paper.

Figure 6-1-5 Jam inside the printer


FS-1000

6-30

Appendix A

Appendix A Contents
Timing charts .......................................................................................................................................... A-3 1. Cassette feeding, Legal size ........................................................................................................... A-3 2. Cassette feeding, A4 and others (excluding Legal size) ................................................................. A-4 3. MP tray feeding, Legal size ............................................................................................................. A-5 4. MP tray feeding, A4 and others (excluding Legal size) ................................................................... A-6 Wiring diagram ....................................................................................................................................... A-7 Schematic diagrams .............................................................................................................................. A-8 Engine board 1/2 ................................................................................................................................. A-8 Engine board 2/2 ................................................................................................................................. A-9 Main board 1/6 .................................................................................................................................. A-10 Main board 2/6 .................................................................................................................................. A-11 Main board 3/6 .................................................................................................................................. A-12 Main board 4/6 .................................................................................................................................. A-13 Main board 5/6 .................................................................................................................................. A-14 Main board 6/6 .................................................................................................................................. A-15 Power supply board (120 V AC model) ............................................................................................. A-16 Power supply board (220 - 240 V AC model [MurataR] ) .................................................................. A-17 Power supply board (220 - 240 V AC model [SharpR] ) .................................................................... A-18 Bias board 1/2 ................................................................................................................................... A-19 Bias board 2/2 ................................................................................................................................... A-20

0 (s) 5 10 15 20

MOTORN (Main motor)


17954

22204

Timing charts

MHVDR (Main charger)


3913 10640 2788 8727 9515 9690* 16417*

1000

THVDR (Transfer charger)

1. Cassette feeding, Legal size

FEDDRN (Feed clutch)


9077 9727

2000

RESDRN (Registration clutch)


3000 9627 9727 VSREQ (8727) 9690 10210 16417 16354 VSREQ(3000) 3483

2450 3000

LDEN (Laser diode)

BIAS (Developing bias)

A-3
8760 9415 6550 7550 12477 11877 13277

ERASPW (Eraser lamp)

22204

PLGDRN (Polygon motor)

100

22204

JAMR (Registration sensor)

2688

15487

JAMO (Exit sensor)

14277

19204 19604

COUNT (Total counter) Drum speed: 60.00 mm/s Paper feeding speed: 160.00 mm/s Printing speed: 8.92 ppm

*: Varies depending on paper size. : Jam detection timing

FS-1000

FS-1000
5 10 15 20 20400 16150 3851 9813 8688 2743 7900 8651* 14613* 2350 2938 8250 8838 2938 14550 VSREQ(3000) 3421 8651 14613 9321 VSREQ (7750) 8650 8900 20400 20400 7721 8588 2688 13683 6550 7550 11500 11900 12450 13450 17400 17800

0 (s)

MOTORN (Main motor)

MHVDR (Main charger)

1000

THVDR (Transfer charger)

FEDDRN (Feed clutch)

2000

RESDRN (Registration clutch)

LDEN (Laser diode)

2. Cassette feeding, A4 and others (excluding Legal size)

A-4
Drum speed: 60.00 mm/s Paper feeding speed: 160.00 mm/s Printing speed: 10.17 ppm

BIAS (Developing bias)

ERASPW (Eraser lamp)

PLGDRN (Polygon motor)

100

JAMR (Registration sensor)

JAMO (Exit sensor)

COUNT (Total counter)

*: Varies depending on paper size. : Jam detection timing

0 (s) 5 10 15 20

MOTORN (Main motor)


18464 10200* 11150 16927* 8727 10025

22714

MHVDR (Main charger)


4423 2000 3298

1000

3. MP tray feeding, Legal size

THVDR (Transfer charger)

MPFSOL (MP feed clutch)


2780 3510 9507 10237

RESDRN (Registration clutch)


3510 10137 VSREQ (9237) 10200 10720 10237 VSREQ(2510) 3993

LDEN (Laser diode)

16864

A-5
3033 9270 9760 7060 8060 12987 13787 13387

BIAS (Developing bias)

16927

ERASPW (Eraser lamp)

22714

PLGDRN (Polygon motor)

100

22714

JAMR (Registration sensor)

15997

JAMO (Exit sensor)

14787

19714 20114

COUNT (Total counter) Drum speed: 60.00 mm/s Paper feeding speed: 60.00 mm/s Printing speed: 8.92 ppm

*: Varies depending on paper size. : Jam detection timing

FS-1000

FS-1000
5 10 15 20 20910 16660 4423 2000 3298 7900 8198 9223* 10323 15123* 2780 3510 8680 9410 3510 15060 VSREQ(3510) VSREQ (8260) 9223 15123 9893 3993 9160 9410 20910 20910 8293 8933 3033 14193 7060 8060 12010 11410 12960 13810 19710 18310

0 (s)

MOTORN (Main motor)

MHVDR (Main charger)

1000

THVDR (Transfer charger)

MPFSOL (MP feed clutch)

RESDRN (Registration clutch)

LDEN (Laser diode)

BIAS (Developing bias)

4. MP tray feeding, A4 and others (excluding Legal size)

A-6
Drum speed: 60.00 mm/s Paper feeding speed: 60.00 mm/s Printing speed: 10.17 ppm

ERASPW (Eraser lamp)

PLGDRN (Polygon motor)

100

JAMR (Registration sensor)

JAMO (Exit sensor)

COUNT (Total counter)

*: Varies depending on paper size. : Jam detection timing

S02500
YC301 YC302 YC03 1 2 YC09 1 2 1 +24V 2 MPFSOL +24V 1 RESDRN 2

YC1

Optional paper feeder PF-17

YC-T

Transfer roller

High voltage board MP feed clutch

Bias board KP-783

Registration clutch

PF feed motor
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12
1 2 3 4

THERM RTHDR HEAT HVISEL SENPOW PSEL EXTIN HVCLK +5V +5V SGND SGND 12 12 YC11 11 11 10 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 YC12 YC05

Wiring diagram

YC-M YC303

+24V

YC702

Drum

Interlock switch Cassette switch Engine board KP-781


S02510
YC07

S02506
1 2

Registration Paper sensor sensor


ERASPW 1 1 ERASER 2 2 3 3

PF feed board KP-794


YC701
1 2 3 4 5 6

Zenner board KP-788


1 2 3

A1 B1 A2 B2 A3 B3 A4 B4 A5 B5 A6 B6 A7 B7 A8 B8 A9 B9 A10 B10 A11 B11 A1 B1 A2 B2 A3 B3 A4 B4 A5 B5 A6 B6 A7 B7 A8 B8 A9 B9 A10 B10 A11 B11 YC-B YC304
1 2 3

+24V +24V PGND +24V PGND PGND MHVDR FAN THVDR THERM HVMON HEAT HVISEL SENPOW PSEL EXITN +5V +5V SGND +5V SGND SGND +24V 12 12 1 1 +24V 11 11 2 2 PGND 10 10 3 3 PGND 9 9 4 4 PAPERN 8 8 5 5 SWIN 7 7 6 6 RESIT 6 6 7 7 TONER 5 5 8 8 MHVDR 4 4 9 9 FANL 3 3 10 10 FANH 2 2 11 11 THVDR 1 1 12 12

MP paper sensor
S02516
1 2 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

YC2

CN1 YC06

+24VCOM FAN PGND +24V THERM HEAT SENPOW EXITN +5V SGND

+5V 1 TONER 2 SGND 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Developing roller

CN2

Laser scanner unit


Polygon motor LD driver/HSYNC detector
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

DGND _S/H _VIDEO _LDEN DGND +5V-IL DGND _HSYNC

Exit sensor
YC03 +5 V F01 125 V/1.0 A 18
Parallel I/F

Power switch Main board KP-780


YC02 / EGSO / EGSI

F1 : [220 - 240 V AC model] 250 V /4 A (Murata) 250 V /5 A (Sharp) [120 V AC model] 125 V /10 A YC06
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

YC04

S02507

CN1

1 N 3 L

L L N N

CN1 YC04

1 +5V 2 THERM

CN5

Main motor

CN4

1 3

1 2

Inlet
Heater lamp YC07 Debugger

Optional Serial I/F

Optional I/F connector

S02504(E) S02505(U)

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

+24V 1 FEDDRN 2

AC

Thermistor

+5V +5V CPRDY VSREQN PLGCLK RDYN PDN GND GND SCKN OUTPE EGSO SBSY EGSI SDIR EGIRN RSTN

1 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

FEDDRN PFSEN PFPER PFCLK PFMDRN PGND MRDYN MOTORN +24V

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN2

FS-1000
Thermal cutout

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

YC01

S02514

S02516

+24V PGND PFMDRN PFCLK PFPAPER PFSEN

1 2

+24VCOM 1 FAN 2

Cooling fan
S02502

Eraser lamp KP-790

CN3

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

A-7
S02503
CN1

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

PLGCLK PLGRDYN PLGDRN PGND +24V 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

YC10

S02509
+5V 1 1 TNFULL 2 2 GND 3 3 1 2 3

Power supply board

Connector board KP-796 Waste toner sensor KP-786


YC801

Toner sensor KP-786

1 2 3 4 5 6

S02508

1 2 3 4 5 6

+5V 1 1 HANDSN 2 2 GND 3 3

+24V PGND PFMDRN PFCLK PFPER PFSEN

S02501

1 2 3 4 5 6

YC802

CN3

Feed clutch

+5V +5V +5V QA05 5 TP1 3 R03 100 FMG8A QA06 4 1


DL01 CL-201YG-C DL03 CL-201D-C DL02 CL-201YG-C DL04 CL-201D-C

+24V R06 TP19


160 1/10W 160 1/10W 160 1/10W

Registration sensor

YC03 1 R05 4 GND 2 TP65 2 TP67 2 2 1 1 TP66 R14 1 2 1 TP64


160 1/10W

R07

R08

D01 1SS355 1 TP20

1 2

+24V REGDRN

R01 4.7K R02 4.7K TP2

TP21

1K

R04 100 5 SW02 3 GND FMG8A TP3 TP4 GND TP6 +5V R77 1K 1K 1K 1K
VDD0 VDD1 AVDO

Q02 2SD1664

SW01

R15 2.2K

+24V

PGND TP23

+5V

GND

TP24 TP22 3 2 Q01 DTC114EUA C5 0.1 1 TP69 GND TP27 +5V R17 100 MRDYN

R18 10K

Main motor

L03 0 1/4W

YC04

GND

TP5

R19

100

R78 R79 R80 +5V U01 LEDDR 0.1 0.1

C3

C4

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

+24V MOTORN MRDYN PGND PFMDRN PFCLK PFPER PFSEN FEDDRN

+5V

GND P47/AD7 P46/AD6 P45/AD5 P44/AD4 P43/AD3 P42/AD2 P41/AD1 P40/AD0 64 HVISEL 63 RTHDR 62 THVDR 61 MHVDR 60 FANDR 59 FANLOW 58 REGN 57 PAPERN 56 LEDDR 55 REGDR 54 MOTOR 53 PFMDRN +5V TP68 R81 10K 3

Main board
YC01 RSTN EGIRN SDIR(CINHN) EGSI(CBSYN) SBSY EGSO(SC) OUTPE SCKN GND GND PDN RDYN PLGCLK VSREQN CPRDY +5V +5V R83 EGSI EGSO SCKN RDYN OUTPE VSREQN PLGDR MPFSOL FEDDR PLGRDYN ERRDYN TNFULL TONER +24V TP7 1K KLED4 KLED3 KLED2 KLED1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 ILOCK KSW2 KSW1 THERMA +5V 34 36 37 38 39 TP8 R10 4.7K PDN PLGCLK C07 100p GND GND GND 2 3 41 CSTS0419MG03 X1 X01 1 40 X2
VSS0 VSS1 AVSS

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 CPRDY EGIRN SDIR SBSY P30 P31 P32 P33 P34/SI31 P35/SO31 P36/SCK31 P20/SI30 P21/SO30 P22/_SCK30 P23/RXD0 P24/TXD0 P25/ASCK0 P17/ANI7 P16/ANI6 P15/ANI5 P14/ANI4 P13/ANI3 P12/ANI2 P11/ANI1 P10/ANI0

HEAT PSEL EXITN SENPOWN P50/A8 P51/A9 P52/A10 P53/A11 P54/A12 P55/A13 P56/A14 P57/A15

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TP26 TP25

R20 10K

PGND

R22 10K R23 R24 Q19 DTC114EUA P67/ASTB P66/_WAIT P65/_WR P64/_RD 2 R25 SWIN 1 2 3 4 R82 1 HZM6.8FA DZA01

100 0

100

100

P75/BUZ P74/PCL P73/TI51/TO51 P72/TI50/TO50 P71/TI01 P70/TI00/TO0 P03/INTP3/ADTRG P02/INTP2 P01/INTP1 P00/INTP0

TP28 TP11 TP12 HVCLK 46 45 44 43 HANDSN ERASERN MRDYN PDN R26 10K R27 10K U03 5 SDA 6 SCL 7 NC 8 VCC uPD78F0034_02 AVREF _RESET XT2 XT1 VPP C11 0.1 +5V GND FEDDR

D02 1SS355 1

TP30

GND

R28 A0 1 A1 2 A2 3 VSS 4 I2C EEPROM TP31 GND MPFSOL TP14


42 25 9

1K

Q03 2SD1664 DTP29

R29 2.2K

Schematic diagrams

R09 2.2K

THERMA

GND

PGND

+24V

MP feed clutch

YC09

1 2

+24V MPFSOLN

TP33

D03 1SS355

2 +24V TP13 3 Q04 DTC114EUA +5V +5V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R30 100

R62

1K

Q06 2SD1664

Engine board 1/2

ROM writer
YC08 GND R11 2.2K +5V VPP RDYN OUTPE VSREQN RSTN GND 5 4

PLGDR

+5V

C12 + 22/35V 1 TP15 GND PLGRDYN R32 100

TP32

R63 2.2K

U02 1 M/R 2 SUB VCC 3 GND VOUT PST596D_01

TP16

GND R31 10K PGND 5 4 3 2 1 C08 0.1 TP13 GND 3 PLGCLK 2 Q05 DTC114EUA C13 1000p R33 0

PGND

Laser scanner unit


YC06 +24V PGND PLGDRN PLGRDYN PLGCLK

GND

TP18 1 GND GND

PGND

FS-1000

A-8

52 51 50 49 48 47

PFPERN PFSEN PFCLK EESCK EEDIO

+24V

+5V C14 100p +5V TP48 TP49 R48 100 100 L01 0 1/4W L02 0 1/4W R49 PGND GND R73 R46 R74 R47 27K 27K 1K 10K C19 100/16V + C18 47/35V +

+24V +5V

+5V TP36 R42 1.2K EXITN HVCLK SENPOW +5V THERMA 1 2 TONER 3 PAPERN QA01 5 4 3 GND FMG8A TP34 SWIN TP53 TP54 1 PSEL R52 4 3 TP55 TP56 5 4 THVDR TP57 3 FANL MHVDR 2 Q09 DTC114EUA 1 TP58 GND 3 +5V ERASERN 2 Q12 DTC114EUA 1 TP63 R58 GND +5V ERRDYN R60 1 2 GND DZ02 UDZS5.6B 1K TP61 TP62 R59 120 1/4W GND 120 1/4W 12K TP60 TP59 R57 R58 10K 1 3 Q13 2SD1664 2 C32 100p +24V 3 2 GND 2 1 RTHDR GND PGND QA03 FMG9A 5 QA02 FMG9A 2 FANH FANL 1 R52 100 REGN R51 100 R50 100 Q08 DTA114EUA 2

R36 C15 7.5KF 1.10V

TP35 R38 3.3KF U04-1 1 393 3 + BA10393F R41 470K YC11

GND

Bias board

Engine board 2/2

+5V

BA10393F

8 U04-2

C17 0.1

393 5 +

R40 5.1KF

C16 0.1

TP37

4 TP39

GND

GND

TP38

GND

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

SGND SGND +5V +5V HVCLK EXITN PSEL SENPOW HVISEL HEAT RTHDR THERM

HEAT

R45

2.2K

Bias board
GND YC12

+5V

TP40

TP41

R64 10K

SENPOWN

R65

2.2K

Q11 2SB1132

TP50 TP51 TP52

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

2 SENPOW HVISEL FANH

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

THVDR FANH FANL MHVDR TONER RESIT SWIN PAPERN PGND PGND +24V +24V

TP42

1K R15 2.2K TP43

A-9
R71 10K YC07 1 2 3 5V HANDSN GND

FANDR

R66

2.2K

Q17 2SD1664

R67 10K

GND

PGND

TP44

TP45

FANLOW

R68

2.2K

Q18 2SD1664

R68 10K

GND

PGND

TP46

MP paper sensor

Eraser lamp
YC05 1 2 3 PGND ERASPW ERASER PGND

HANDSN

R70

100

TP47 R75 1K YC10 1 2 3 5V TNFULL GND

Waste toner sensor

R61 120 1/4W GND

TNFULL

R76

100

FS-1000
GND

EBD [31: 0] (2, 3) EBA [22: 1] (2, 3)


EDBUS31 EDBUS30 EDBUS29 EDBUS28 EDBUS27 EDBUS26 EDBUS25 EDBUS24 EDBUS23 EDBUS22 EDBUS21 EDBUS20 EDBUS19 EDBUS18 EDBUS17 EDBUS16 EDBUS15 EDBUS14 EDBUS13 EDBUS12 EDBUS11 EDBUS10 EDBUS9 EDB8 EDB7 EDB6 EDB5 EDB4 EDB3 EDB2 EDB1 EDB0 EAB1 EAB2 EAB3 EAB4 EAB5 EAB6 EAB7 EAB8 EAB9 EAB10 EAB11 EAB12 EAB13 EAB14 EAB15 EAB16 EAB17 EAB18 EAB19

+3.3 V

C01

20p

(5) BUSY

Main board 1/6

GND BUSY EDBUS31 EDBUS30 EDBUS29 EDBUS28 EDBUS27 EDBUS26 GND EDBUS25 EDBUS24 EDBUS23 VDD EDBUS22 EDBUS21 EDBUS20 EDBUS19 EDBUS18 EDBUS17 EDBUS16 EDBUS15 EDBUS14 EDBUS13 EDBUS12 GND EDBUS11 EDBUS10 EDBUS9 VDD EDBUS8 EDBUS7 EDBUS6 GDD EDBUS5 EDBUS4 EDBUS3 EDBUS2 EDBUS1 EDBUS0 EABUS1 EABUS2 EABUS3 EABUS4 EABUS5 EABUS6 EABUS7 EABUS8 EABUS9 VDD EABUS10 EABUS11 EABUS12 EABUS13 EABUS14 EABUS15 EABUS16 EABUS17 EABUS18 EABUS19 VDD

GND EBA20 EBA21 EBA22

TP05

(5) STRAOBE (5) ASFON (5) PDIRN

240 239 238 237 236 235 234 233 232 231 230 229 228 227 226 225 224 223 222 221 220 219 218 217 216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181

TP18 TP19 TP20 TP21 TP22

FS-1000
U01 TP01 TP02 TP03 TP04 TP06 TP07 TP08 TP09 TP10 TP11 EBOEN2 (2) EBOEN1 (3) EBOEN0 (2) EBWEN1 (3) EBWEN0 (2) EBWEN4 (2) TP13 EBCSN3 EBCSN1 EBCSN2 EBCSN0 TP146 TP14 TP16 TP147 TP59 OPRSTN (2) EGIRN (6) TP17 2 Q12 DTC114EUA 1 GND IOWN (2) IORN (2) DMAACKN (2) DMAREQ (2) OPIRN (2) RDYN (6) OPRDY (2) VDON (6) LONBN (6) RSTN (6) OUTPE (6) PDN (6) VSREQN (6) 3 (3) (2) (2) (2) CDWAITN (3) OPACKN (2) TP12 PPC401B2 apollo SDIR (6) EGSI (6) SBSY (6) EGSO (6) SCKN (6) PLGCLK (6) TP24 TP26 TP25 CPRDY (6) R02 330 C07 CDRST (3) CDET2 (3) CDET1 (3) TP27 33p X02 19.1681 MHz C08 20p
VDD SDBUS12 SDBUS13 SDBUS14 SDBUS15 GND SDBUS16 SDBUS17 SDBUS18 SDBUS19 SDBUS20 VDD SDBUS21 SDBUS22 SDBUS23 GND SDBUS24 SDBUS25 SDBUS26 SDBUS27 SDBUS28 SDBUS29 SDBUS30 SDBUS31 GND BA1 BA0 SABUS12 SABUS11 SABUS10 SABUS9 VDD SABUS8 SABUS7 SABUS6 GND SABUS5 SABUS4 SABUS3 SABUS2 SABUS1 SABUS0 RASN CASN WEN SDCLKE SDCLK VDD SDCSN0 SDCSN1 SDCSN2 GND SDCSN3 SDCSN4 DQMUU DQMUM DQMLM DQMLL EXTIR GND

X01

18.75 MHz 33p C02

R01

330

(5) CAN (5) SEL1 (5) PDATA [8: 1]

PDATA8 PDATA7

PDATA6 PDATA5 PDATA4 PDATA3

PDATA2 PDATA1

(5) ACK (5) PE (5) SELECT (5) FAULT (5) 1284HD (6) DBCLK (6) DBTXD (6) DBRXD (5) CTS (5) RSSEL (5) DSR (5)DTR

61 62 63 64 65 66 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

SSDD12 SSDD13 SSDD14 SSDD15

SSDD16 SSDD17 SSDD18 SSDD19 SSDD20

SSDD21 SSDD22 SSDD23

SSDD24 SSDD25 SSDD26 SSDD27 SSDD28 SSDD29 SSDD30 SSDD31

CBA1 CBA0 CSDA12 CSDA11 CSDA10 CSDA9

CSDA8 CSDA7 CSDA6

GND (4) CBA1 (4) CBA0 (4) CSDA [12: 0] CSDCLKE (4) CWEN (4) CCASN (4) CRASN (4)

CSDA5 CSDA4 CSDA3 CSDA2 CSDA1 CSDA0

A-10

+3.3 V

(5) RTS (5) RXD (5) TXD

TCK HALT TDI TDO

TP23

TP175

CSDD0

(5) RSVO

GND

CSDD1 CSDD2 CSDD3

CSDD4 CSDD5 CSDD6

CSDD7

(4) IICSCL (4) IICSDA

CSDD8 CSDD9 CSDD10 CSDD11

TP28 TP29

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 VDD STROBE ASFON PDIRN CXIN CXOUT CAN SEL1 CVDD PDATA8 PDATA7 VDD PDATA6 PDATA5 PDATA4 GAD PDATA3 PDATA2 PDATA1 ACK PE SELECT FAULT 1284HD DBCLK DBTXD DBRXD CTS RSSEL DSR DTR VDD RTS RXD TXD GND TCK HLT TDI DDO TMS EBIUWEN2 SDBUSO RSVO SDBUS1 SDBUS2 SDBUS3 VDD SDBUS4 SDBUS5 SDBUS6 GND SDBUS7 SCL SDA SDBUS8 SDBUS9 SDBUS10 ADBUS11 GND GND EABUS20 IODTACKN EABUS21 EABUS22 EBIUOEN2 EBIUOEN1 EBIUOEN0 GND EBIUWEN1 EBIUWEN0 EBIUCSN4 VDD EBIUSCN3 EBIUSCN1 EBIUSCN2 EBIUSCN0 TESTENB CDWAITN ADSCN ECLK OPRSTN RESIN EBIUOEN3 GND ENGIRN FPDIR PFDAT VDD FPCLK CINHN CBSYN SBSYN SC SCLK LSRENB IOWN IORN DMAACKN DMAREQ OPIRN VDFON RDYN OPRDY GND VDATA LONB PDN VDD PLGCLK PRINTN VSREQN VSYNCN CPRDY VXOUT VXIN CARDRES CDET2 CDET1 VDD 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121

+3.3 V

IBM2506K1499

TP32 TP33

C09

C10

C11

C12

C57 +

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

22/ 10V

GND

(4) CSDD [31: 0]

CDQMUU (4) CDQMUM (4) CDQMLM (4) CDQMLL (4) CSDCSN3 CSDSCN4 CSDCSN0 (4) CSDCSN1 (4) CSDCSN2 (4) SDCLK (4)

TP34 TP35 TP36 +3.3 V RA01 10K x4 2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7

GND

GND

(1, 3) EBA [22: 1]

(1, 3) EBD [31: 0]

DIMM SLOT for CODE +3.3 V YS01 U02 +3.3 V FONT MASKROM +5V KUIO 3.3 V

KUIO-LV YC02

Main board 2/6

TP37

EBD0

EBD0 EBD1 EBD2 EBA15

TP38

EBD3

EBD3 EBD4 EBD5 EBD6 EBD7

32M MROM

EBA2 EBA3 EBA4 EBA5

EBA6 EBA7 EBA8 EBA9 _CE 12 _OE 14 _BYTE 33 EBCSN0 (1) EBOEN2 (1)

D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 EBA14 EBA13 EBA12 EBA11 EBA10 EBA9 EBA8

31 29 27 25 22 20 28 26 30 28 26 24 21 19 17 15 EBD31 EBD30 EBD29 EBD28 EBD27 EBD26 EBD25 EBD24 EBD23 EBD22 EBD21 EBD20 EBD19 EBD18 EBD17 EBD16

TP39 +3.3 V 1 NU 23 VCC GND 13 GND 32 (1) EBCSN4 (1) OPACKN (1) OPIRN GND (1) OPRDY (1) DMAREQ (1) DMAACKN (1) IORN (1) IOWN (1) OPRSTN MX23C3210MC C15 0.1 GND

EBD8

EBA21 EBA20 EBA19 EBA18 EBA17 EBA16 EBA15 EBA14 EBA13 EBA12 EBA11 EBA10 EBA9 EBA8 EBA7 EBA6 EBA5 EBA4 EBA3 EBA2 EBA1 A20 A19 A18 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 EBA7 EBA6 EBA5 EBA4 EBA3 EBA2 EBA1

44 43 2 3 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

TP40

EBD12

EBD8 EBD9 EBD10 EBD11 EBD12 EBD13 EBD14 EBD15

EBA10 EBA11 EBA12 EBD16 EBD17 EBD18 EBD19 +3.3 V 16Mbit ROM SOCKET U03S

16M ROM SOCKET

A-11
EBD20 EBD21 EBD22 EBD23 EBD24 EBD25 EBD26 EBD27 EBD28 EBD29 EBD30 EBD31 D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 30 28 26 24 21 19 17 15 29 27 25 23 20 18 16 14 A19 A18 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 22 VCC _CE 11 _OE 13 _BYTE 32 12 GND 31 GND ROM SOCKET 42PIN GND DIMM SOCKET 72PIN GND GND EBD31 EBD30 EBD29 EBD28 EBD27 EBD26 EBD25 EBD24 EBD23 EBD22 EBD21 EBD20 EBD19 EBD18 EBD17 EBD16 EBA20 EBA19 EBA18 EBA17 EBA16 EBA15 EBA14 EBA13 EBA12 EBA11 EBA10 EBA9 EBA8 EBA7 EBA6 EBA5 EBA4 EBA3 EBA2 EBA1 +3.3 V C16 0.1 42 1 2 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(1) EBOEN0 (1) EBCSN0 (1) EBCSN1

EBD31 EBD30 EBD29 EBD28 EBD27 EBD26 EBD25 EBD24 EBD23 EBD22 EBD21 EBD20 EBD19 EBD18 EBD17 EBD16

EBA13 EBA14

(1) EBWEN0

A1 B1 A2 B2 A3 B3 A4 B4 A5 B5 A6 B6 A7 B7 A8 B8 A9 B9 A10 B10 A11 B11 A12 B12 A13 B13 A14 B14 A15 B15 A16 B16 A17 B17 A18 B18 A19 B19 A20 B20 A21 B21 A22 B22 A23 B23 A24 B24 A25 B25 A26 B26 A27 B27 A28 B28 A29 B29 A30 B30 RA02 EBCSN1 (1) 1 3 5 7 10K x4 GND KUIO 3.3 V

NC NC NC NC GND Power 3.3V Power 3.3V A15 GND A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 GND A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 GND Power 3.3V _OP21F _OP2ACK _OP21R Power 5V RDY DREQ GND _DMACK _IOR _IOW _RESET GND D15 D14 GND D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 GND D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 GND NC NC NC LP-U LockPin(A1) LP-L LockPin(A20) 2 4 6 8 CONNECTOR KUIO GND

EBA15 EBA16 EBA17 EBA18

TP41

EBA21

EBA19 EBA20 EBA21 EBA22

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 67 68 69 70 71 72 GND DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 VCC DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 GND A2 A3 A4 A5 NC A6 A7 A8 A9 GND DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 VCC A10 A11 A12 NC DQ16 DQ17 DQ18 DQ19 GND OEN CE1N CE2N A13 A14 NC NC WEN VCC DQ20 DQ21 DQ22 DQ23 GND DQ24 DQ25 DQ26 DQ27 DQ28 DQ29 DQ30 DQ31 VCC A15 A16 A17 A18 NC A19 A20 A21 A22 GND

FS-1000

2 4 6 8

1 3 5 7

FS-1000
+3.3 V (1, 2) EBA [22: 1] (1, 2) EBD [31: 0] + C57 22/ 10V (1) EBCSN2 (1) EBOEN1 GND Compact Flash YC05 3.3 V EBA10 EBA9 EBA8 EBA7 10K x4 EBA6 EBA5 EBA4 EBA3 EBA2 EBA1 EBD16 EBD17 EBD18 TP148 EBD27 EBD28 EBD29 EBD30 EBD31 (1) EBCSN3 EBD19 EBD20 EBD21 EBD22 EBD23 RA03 (1) CDET2 (1) CDET1 (1) CDWAITN Compact Flash Socket (1) EBWEN1 TP149 TP150 (1) CDRST TP141 EBA22 TP152 EBD24 TP153 EBD25 EBD26 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 GND D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 _CE1 A10 _OE A9 A8 A7 VCC A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 D0 D1 D2 WP _CD2 _CD1 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 _CE2 _VS1 _IORD _IOWR _WE RDY_/BSY VCC _CSEL _VS2 RESET _WAIT _INPACK _REG BVD2 BVD1 D8 D9 D10 GND CONNECTOR CF-CARD GND

Main board 3/6

A-12

(1) CSDA [12: 0] +3.3 V YS02 SDRAM DIMM SLOT +3.3 V SDRAM 16M U04 SDD31 SDD30 SDD29 SDD28 SDD27 SDD26 SDD25 SDD24 DQMUU

(1) CSDD [31: 0]

SDA [12: 0] SDD [31: 0]

TP42

CSDD0

CSDD0 CSDD1 CSDD2 CSDD3

RA0410K x4 1 2 SDD0 3 4 SDD1 5 6 SDD2 7 8 SDD3

TP45

CSDD4

Main board 4/6

CSDD4 CSDD5 CSDD6 CSDD7 SDA0 SDA2 SDA4 SDA6 SDA8 SDA10 SDA12 SDCLK BA1

RA0510K x4 2 SDD4 1 4 SDD5 3 6 SDD6 5 8 SDD7 7

+3.3 V BA0 DQMUU DQMUM SDCLKE

TP48

CSDD8

RA0610K x4 2 SDD8 CSDD8 1 4 SDD9 CSDD9 3 6 SDD10 CSDD10 5 8 SDD11 CSDD11 7

SDD31 SDD30 SDD29 SDD28 SDD27 SDD26 SDD25 SDD24 SDD23 SDD22 SDD21 SDD20 SDD19 SDD18 SDD17 SDD16 2 3 5 6 8 9 11 12 39 40 42 43 45 46 48 49 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11(BA) SDA0 SDA1 SDA2 SDA3 SDA4 SDA5 SDA6 SDA7 SDA8 SDA9 SDA10 BA0

21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 32 20 19

TP51 +3.3 V (1) SDCLK SDCLKE WEN SDCSN1 1 25 7 13 38 44 VCC VCC VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ VSS VSS VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ MSM56V16160D SDCSN0 RASN CASN WEN _CS _RAS _CAS _WE 26 50 4 10 41 47

CSDD12 18 17 16 15

TP59

CSDD16 R05 1K R06 1K (1) IICSDA (1) IICSCL C21 C22 100p 100p DQMLM SDD15 SDD14 SDD13 SDD12

RA0810K x4 2 SDD16 CSDD16 1 4 SDD17 CSDD17 3 6 SDD18 CSDD18 5 8 SDD19 CSDD19 7

TP63

CSDD20

16M (x16) SDRAM TSOP 50PIN

RA0710K x4 CSDD12 1 2 SDD12 CSDD13 3 4 SDD13 CSDD14 5 6 SDD14 CSDD15 7 8 SDD15

DQML 14 DQMU 36 CLK 35 CKE 34 DU 33 DU 37 TP54 TP57

RA0910K x4 2 SDD20 CSDD20 1 4 SDD21 CSDD21 3 6 SDD22 CSDD22 5 8 SDD23 CSDD23 7

GND

TP69 GND SDD11 SDD10 SDD9 SDD8

CSDD24

RA10 10K x4 2 SDD24 CSDD24 1 4 SDD25 CSDD25 3 6 SDD26 CSDD26 5 8 SDD27 CSDD27 7

TP72

CSDD28

+3.3 V U05

RA11 10K x4 2 SDD28 CSDD28 1 4 SDD29 CSDD29 3 6 SDD30 CSDD30 5 8 SDD31 CSDD31 7 BA1 BA0 SDD19 SDD18 SDD17 SDD16 DQMUM SDD23 SDD22 SDD21 SDD20

CSDA7 CSDA6 CSDA5 CSDA4 RASN CASN

RA1410K x4 1 2 SDA7 3 4 SDA6 5 6 SDA5 7 8 SDA4 SDA11

TP92

CSDA3

16M (x16) SDRAM TSOP 50PIN

A-13
SDA1 SDA3 DSA5 SDA7 SDA9 BA0 TP84 SDCSN2 RASN CASN WEN SDCLKE DIMM SOCKET 100PIN SDCSN0 SDCSN1 SDCSN2 GND DQMLL SDD7 SDD6 SDD5 SDD4 SDD3 SDD2 SDD1 SDD0 DQMUU DQMUM DQMLM DQMLL GND

(1) CBA1 (1) CBA0 CSDA12 TP76

RA1210K x4 1 2 3 4 CSDA12 5 6 SDA12 7 8

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11(BA) DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15

21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 32 20 19 SDD15 SDD14 SDD13 SDD12 SDD11 SDD10 SDD9 SDD8 SDD7 SDD6 SDD5 SDD4 SDD3 SDD2 SDD1 SDD0 2 3 5 6 8 9 11 12 39 40 42 43 45 46 48 49

SDA0 SDA1 SDA2 SDA3 SDA4 SDA5 SDA6 SDA7 SDA8 SDA9 SDA10 BA0 DQMLM DQMLL SDCLK 18 17 16 15 1 25 7 13 38 44 _CS _RAS _CAS _WE VCC VCC VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ TP88 TP91 VSS VSS VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ MSM56V16160D GND 26 50 4 10 41 47

TP77

CSDA11

CSDA11 CSDA10 CSDA9 CSDA8

GND RA1310K x4 2 SDA11 1 4 SDA10 3 6 SDA9 5 8 SDA8 7

TP82

CSDA7

DQML 14 DQMU 36 CLK 35 CKE 34 DU 33 DU 37

CSDA3 CSDA2 CSDA1 CSDA0

RA1510K x4 2 SDA3 1 4 SDA2 3 6 SDA1 5 8 SDA0 7

TP97 (1) CRASN (2) CCASN (1) CWEN (1) CSDCLKE

RA1610K x4 2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7

TP100 (1) CSDCSN0 (1) CSDCSN1 (1) CSDCSN2

RA1710K x4 2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7

+3.3 V

C24 C25 C26 0.1 0.1 0.1

FS-1000

TP103 (1) CDQMUU (1) CDQMUM (1) CDQMLM (1) CDQMLL

RA1810K x4 2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7

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 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 GND DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 VCC DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 _DQMB0 GND A0 A2 A4 A6 A8 A10/AP BA1 A12 VCC DU RFU RFU CK0 GND CKE0 _WE _S0 _S2 VCC NC NC NC NC GND _DQMB2 DQ16 DQ17 DQ18 DQ19 VCC DQ20 DQ21 DQ22 DQ23 GND SDA SCL VCC GND DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 VCC DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 _DQMB1 GND A1 A3 A5 A7 A9 B0 A11 A13 VCC _RAS _CAS RFU CK1 GND CKE1 NC _S1 _S3 VCC NC NC NC NC GND _DQMB3 DQ24 DQ25 DQ26 DQ27 VCC DQ28 DQ29 DQ30 DQ31 GND SA0 SA1 SA2 GND

TP104 TP105 TP106 TP107 TP108 TP109 TP110 TP111 TP112 TP113 TP114 TP115 TP116 TP117

Main board 5/6

(1) 1284HD (1) ACK (1) BUSY (1) PE (1) SELECT (1) FAULT PDIRN (1) PNACK PBUSY PPERROR PSELECT PNFAULT PARALLEL I/F YC03 IEEE1284 Signal Name PPDATA1 PPDATA2 PPDATA3 PPDATA4 PPDATA5 PPDATA6 PPDATA7 PPDATA8 PNSELIN PNSTROBE PNAUTOFD PNINIT
1 1 2 3 5 1 2 3 5 1 2 3 5

(1) PDATA [8: 1] PDATA1 PDATA2 PDATA3 PDATA4 PDATA5 PDATA6 PDATA7 PDATA8 TP119

TP120 +5 V

(1) STROBE (1) CAN (1) ASFON SN74LVC161284 DZ01 UDZS5.6


2

TP121

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 PNSTROBE PPDATA1 PPDATA2 PPDATA3 PPDATA4 PPDATA5 PPDAT6 PPDATA7 PPDATA8 PNACK PBUSY PPERROR PSELCT PNAUTFD TP173 F01 125V 1.0A SLOW
4 4 4

U06 HD DIR 48 A9 Y9 47 A10 Y10 46 A11 Y11 45 A12 Y12 44 A13 Y13 43 VCC VCC_C 42 A1 B1 41 A2 B2 40 GND GND 39 A3 B3 38 A4 B4 37 A5 B5 36 A6 B6 35 GND GND 34 A7 B7 33 A8 B8 32 VCC VCC_C 31 PLin PLout 30 A14 C14 29 A15 C15 28 A16 C16 27 A17 C17 26 HLout HLin 25

TP122 TP123 TP124

GND C29 C30 +3.3 V 470p 470p 470p 470p C27 0.1 GND GND 0.1 C28 +5 V C31 C32

TP168 TP169 TP170 TP171 TP172

HZM6.8FA HZM6.8FA HZM6.8FA DZA03 DZA02 DZA01

TP154 TP155 TP156 TP157 TP158 TP159 TP160 TP161 TP162 TP163 TP164 TP165 TP166 TP167

FS-1000
+3.3 V +5 V TP118 PNINIT PNFAULT TP174 PNSELIN
1 2 3 5

A-14
(1) SELI 3 (1) RSVO 2 Q02 DTC114EUA +5 V 1 (1) RSSEL TP125 RA19 8 6 4 2 1K x4 7 5 3 1 +5 V YC04 (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) RTS CTS DTR DSR TXD RXD C33 0.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 00 8283 09 12 00 000

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

STB DATA1 DATA2 DATA3 DATA4 DATA5 DATA6 DATA7 DATA8 ACK BUSY PE SEL CAN RMR SG FG INIT GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND ARARM ASFON FAULT HSTI EXPRM PRDY SELI LP-U LockPin(1) LP-L LockPin(36) HZM6.8FA DZA04

nStrobe Data1(LSB) Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Data6 Data7 Data8(MSB) nAck Busy PError Select nAutoFd Not defined Logic Gnd Chassis Gnd Periferal Logic High Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground Signal Ground nInit nFault Not defined Not defined Not defined nSelectin

CONNECTOR PARALLEL-B

Optinonal serial interface board IB-10E

+5 V APC5 V

2 4 6 8

TP128 TP129 TP130 TP131 TP132 TP133 TP134 TP135 TP136 TP137 TP138 TP139 TP140

RA20

TP126 TP127

+ C34
L01 L02 100/16V
1 3 5 7

2.2K x4 FBR07HA850NA 100H YC01 LA04 BK3216 4S601 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ENGEINE I/F

Main board 6/6

(1) CPRDY (1) VSREQN (1) PLGCLK (1) RDYN

(1) SCKN

D03 1SS355 2 LA04 BK3216 4S601 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

(1) PDN

(1) OUTPE (1) EGSO

(1) EGSI B17B-CZHK-B-1

D04 1SS355 1 2 BK3216 4S601 7 8 5 6 3 4 1 2 LA04 L03 BK1608 HS601 C35 C36 C37 C38 C39 100p 100p 100p 100p 100p

(1) SBSY

(1) SDIR (1) EGIRN

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 +5V +5V CPRDY VSREQN PLGCLK RDYN PDN GND GND SCKN OUTPE(LSRENB) EGSO(SC) SBSY EGSI(SBSYN) SDIR(CINHN) EGIRN RSTN

(1) RSTN

TP141

TP142 TP143 TP144

APC 5 V APC I/F YC06

A-15
(1) PDON (1) VDON LA04 8 6 4 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 D-GND _S/H _VIDEO _LDEN D-GND +5V-IL D-GND _HSYNC B8B-PH-K-S 0K x4 7 5 3 1 1 +5 V 5V - 3.3V REGULATOR U07 3 1 2 VCC OUT GND BA033FP C41 0.47 C43 0.1 D01 1SS355 2 3.3 V

LDEN

(1) LONB

Q03 DTC114EUA

(1) OUTPE

Q04 DTC114EUA

1 +5 V

D02 1SS355 2 KUIO 3.3 V 5V - 3.3V REGULATOR U08 3 1 2 VCC OUT GND BA033FP

+5 V

DEBUGGER

YC07

(1) DBTXD (1) DBRXD (1) DBCLK

1 2 3 4 5

+ C42
22/10V

+ C45
100/16V

C46 0.47

C48 0.1

+ C47
22/10V

B5B-PH-K-S

FS-1000

FS-1000
CN1 R22 PC2 R102 R104 C22 R23 L2 VR101 Z2 C20 R106 C110 PC1 R103 TRA1 R20 R21 A IC101 R105 B C106 T1 R180 C180 Q111 + + C104 R173 A D102 D6 R9 Q112 R12 R15 D8 PC1 R10 C8 R13 Q2 R14 C9 R11 D7 + C103
C102

CN1

SW1

F1

Z1

C1

R1

FG

L1

NTC1

D4

D1

D3 BEA102* D101 R16 C181 R181*

D2

Power supply board (120 V AC model)

CN2 1 R110 R111 R112 R160 - R169 BEA103 9 PC2 A + R183 R184 R115 PC3 3-10 PGND, SGND R114 8 EXITIN 5 7 HEAT SENPOW +5V R113 4 +24VCOM +24V

C5 R3 R25* R4 R6 Q1 R18 R8 C6 D5 D9 D104 C101

A-16
R24* C12 R5 C105 C120*

FG

C10

BEA1

C7*

Exit sensor
B CN3 2 HEAT SINK A 1 2

FG

FAN

*: Optional

1 CN4

THERM

CN1 CN1 R22 PC2 R102 R104 C22 R23 L2 VR101 Z2 C20 R106 C110 PC1 R103 TRA1 R20 R21 A

SW1

F1

Z1

C1

R1

FG

L1

NTC1 R105 B

IC101

D4

D1

D3 C106 T1 R24* R3 R16 + + C104 R4 R6 Q1 R18 R8 D6 R9 R5 R12 R15 D8 PC1 R10 C8 R13 Q2 R14 C9 R11 D7 + C103
C102

D2 BEA102* D101 C181 R173 A D102 BEA103

CN2 R180 C180 Q111 R111 R181* R160 - R169 R112 R113 9 F101 Q112 + R183 R184 R115 PC3 3-10 PGND, SGND R114 8 EXITIN A PC2 5 7 HEAT SENPOW +5V R110 1 4 +24VCOM +24V

Power supply board (220 - 240 V AC model [MurataR] )

A-17
C12 R25* D9 D5 D104 C101 C6 C120*

C5

FG

C10

BEA1

C7*

Exit senosr
C105 B CN3 2 HEAT SINK A 1 2

FG

FAN

*: Optional

1 CN4

THERM

FS-1000

Exit sensor
PT1 GP1S-58V/RP1-574

FS-1000
T1 Z0561 BD1 D2SBA50 D2 ERC91-02 R31 10k Q3 2SJ477 JP14 R4 270k - 560k 0.25W + R5 270k - 560k 0.25W C9 0.01F 0.0082F 50V Q4 2SC1213 R27 10k ZD3 R28 82 Q5 2SC1213 C15 330F 50V R24 47k R28 2.2k Q6 DTA114YS C2 0.1F 250V R29 180 R23 10k Q1 2SK1459 2SK2668 + BJ1 PC1 PC123 ZD1 HZS15(16) D3 ERC81-004 NR3 + C17 2200F 10V R10 22k R25 18k R6 22 2W C8 220F 1KV R11 56k Q2 2SD1207 2SC1213 2SC1815 C10 3300pF 50V D1 1SS270A 1SS244 R12 R13 33 1.2k C13 0.1F 50V R14 330 R21 2.2k R15 47k R30 120k R17 2.4k - 2.7k Q7 C114ES 1 +24VCOM CN3 528-PH-K-S 1 2 +24VCOM FAN CN4 528-PH-K-S C14 0.47F 50V R2 2.2 VR1 1k R16 1.8k 1 2 +5V THERM IC1 L5431 TL431 PC1093 HA17431PA KIA431 R9 12k - 18k R8 820 - 1.2k 0.5W C6 56F 400V L2 Z0400 CN2 IMSA-9139-10L 9 3 R32 33 1/4W 0 4 6 2 5 7 8 +5V SGND PGND +24V HEAT FAN THERM SENPOW EXITN TH1 NTH90160LA ZD2 HZS15(16) C7 0.1F AC250V TRC1 TM861S R3 15 PC2 S21HE6

SW1

F1 250V T5AH

C1 0.22F AC250V

L1 Z0499

F2 3.15 A 250 V

R1 820k

C3 2200pF AC250V

NR1 ENC471D10A

C4 2200pF AC250V

Power supply board (220 - 240 V AC model [SharpR] )

A-18
PRIMARY SECONDARY

C5 2200pF AC250V

CN3 52P3-VH

L3 Z0579

NR2 ENC471010A

Bias board 1/2

+24V

R305 0 C310 220pF 1 + R309 36K R306 4.7 PGND R307 15K 1 3 1 VR301 EVN-CYA-A03-B53
+

C301 47F/ 35V R325 3.9K 2 C314 1F/50V

TP301 11 5 1 4 1 3 2
+

R321 43K T301 2 R323 1 C304 100F/35V C311 0.1F R308 47K 8 2 TRANS

R320 43K

U301 5 LA6500 2

P=10mm Jumper wire

D302 5HV02

2 R314 1M R310 4.7 2 C313 4700pF/1KV

C303 47F/ 35V 1 +

1 DZ302 MTZJ6.2B 2

Q302 DTC114ESA 3 HVCLK

A-19
R315 1M 2 1 1 2 MTZJ2-2B 1 1 + R313 16K 2 C312 0.1F C305 1F/16V R312 470K 3 1SS120 R326 1M D303 DZ301 2 Q301 DTC114ESA PGND

R316 523K

R317 523K PGND

R318 523K

R319 523K

R322 523K

FS-1000

To toner sensor
+5 V

+5 V

FS-1000
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YC304

1 +5V 2 TONER 3 SGND

1 +

Bias board 2/2

B3B-PH-K-S(JST)

C302 100F/35V

SGND

+5 V

To high voltage board (To power supply board)

YB301 P=5mm 0=1.0

To engine board

YC301

R324 2.2 1/2W

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

YC303 +24V +24V PGND PGND PAPER SWIN RESIT TONER MHVDR FANL FANH THVDR B12B-CZYK-B-1(JST) PGND +5 V

YB303 P=5mm 0=1.0

+24V +24V PGND +24V PGND PGND MHVDR FAN THVDR THERM HVMON HEAT HVISEL SENPOW PSEL EXITN +5V +5V SGND +5V SGND SGND

A1 B2 A2 B2 A3 B3 A4 B4 A5 B5 A6 B6 A7 B7 A8 B8 A9 B9 A10 B10 A11 B11

To engine board

A-20
SW301 +5 V +5 V *: Not installed R301 180 R302* 10K R303 180 R304* 10K 1 3 *PH301 RPI-441C1 PT. SENSOR 2 SGND 4 1 3 PH301 RPI-441C1 PT. SENSOR

SBQT-22P-D-100-5R-G HVCLK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

YC302 THERM HVMON HEAT HVISEL SENPOW PSEL EXITN HVCLK +5V +5V SGND SGND B12B-CZHK-B-1(JST)

SGND PGND

SGND

JP319 P=10 PGND SGND

Registration sensor

SGND

Paper sensor

Appendix B

S t a t u s

P a g e

Appendix B Contents
Status page ............................................................................................................................................. B-3 Printing the service status page .......................................................................................................... B-3 Service information on the status page ............................................................................................... B-4 Details of service information .............................................................................................................. B-4

Status page
The printer can print different types of the status pagethe user (normal) status page and the service status page. This section exclusively describes information obtainable with the service status page. For information on the user (normal) status page, refer to the printers Users Manual. Information on the service page include various settings for the printer, service statistics, etc. To print a service status page, proceed as follows: Printing the service status page To print a service status page, press the Go key on the operation panel for more than 10 seconds and the indicators light in sequence from top to bottom. Or, have a PC running MS-DOS and proceed as follows: 1. Connect the printer to the PC via the parallel interface. 2. Ensure that the printer is ready to print. 3. At the DOS prompt, type: echo !R! STAT 1; EXIT; >lpt1: The service status page is printed. (If you omit 1, a user status page is printed.)

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Service information on the status page An example of the service status page is shown below. (Note the details born by status page my differ from a firmware version to another.) Most of the service information is located under Service information. Most of these service information on the status page are alphanumerically-coded. Each item is explained next page. Details of service information
Controller firmware version* Released date of the firmware

Software version:

64.00eval.N-49

Released:

23/Feb/2000

Service information [F2-49][0.09][11/05] t/P00/S00/F00/N00/AF.H/G /0104/0026/1061/8811/ 0/

Total page 0/ 0/

4461

/000000 /030303 SPD1:0203040508090A0B0C0D0F101112131415161718191A1B1C1D1E1F202122235E /8088808880806E80 SN:

Service information

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Service information
[F2-49][0.09][11/05] Total page 4461

3 ! @
0/ 0/ 0/

t/P00/S00/F00/N00/RS2/AF.H/G

56 7 8 9 0
/0104/0026/1061/8811/

# *

&

/000000 /030303

(
SPD1:0203040508090A0B0C0D0F101112131415161718191A1B1C1D1E1F202122235E

)
/8088808880806E80

SN:

Example Meaning 1 [F2-49] Engine ROM version-Product ID 2 [0.09] Boot ROM version 3 [11/05] Internal use 4 Total page 4461 Total count page 5 t/ Internal use 6 P00/ Parallel interface mode

Description 49 = FS-1000 bit 7= 0: No error with bidirectional communication, 1: Error with bidirectional communication bit 6= 0: No ECP communication, 1: ECP communication had occurred, at least one bit 0 to 5= History of printer parallel port directional communication. 05= Nibble (High-speed), 07= ECP 00= Normal, bit 0= Framing error bit 1= Overrun, bit 2= Parity error

7 S00/

Serial interface error

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Example 8 F00/ 9 N00/

Meaning Operation panel lock (Shown only during locking) NVRAM error (Shown only if error has occurred) Serial interface mode (Shown only optional serial interface board IB-10E is installed) Average print coverage (total) Average print coverage (most recent 20 pages)

0 RS2

Description 01= Partially locked 02= Fully locked 01= ID error, 02= Version error, 03= Checksum error, 04= NVRAM error RS2= RS-232C, RS4= RS422A

! /AF.H @G

# /0104 $ /0026 % /1061 ^ /0811 &/ 0/

Top margin Left margin Page length Page width 0/ 0/ Left margin offset for paper source (MP tray/Printer s cassette/Optional paper feeders cassette) * /000000 Paper type setting ( /030303 Print density setting ) SPD DRAM SPD (slot 1) 4044404480806E80 Engine Parameter information SN: Serial number for the printer

Two digits for integer part; one digit for decimal; unit is in percent B= Level 1 (Less than 0.5 %) C= Level 2 (0.6 to 1.0 %) D= Level 3 (1.1 to 2.0 %) E= Level 4 (2.1 to 3.0 %) F= Level 5 (3.1 to 4.0 %) G= Level 6 (4.1 to 5.0 %) H= Level 7 (5.1 to 10.0 %) I= Level 8 (More than 10.0 %) Inches+1/100 inches (FRPO L1/L2) Inches+1/100 inches (FRPO L1/L2) Inches+1/100 inches (FRPO L1/L2) Inches+1/100 inches (FRPO L1/L2) in 1/600 inch

Paper type for trays 0, 1, and 2 Print density for trays 0, 1, and 2 Hexadecimal, 8 bytes (16 digits)

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Appendix C

Appendix C Contents
Parallel interface .................................................................................................................................... C-3 Selecting the parallel interface mode .................................................................................................. C-3 Parallel interface pin assignment ........................................................................................................ C-4 Parallel interface signals ..................................................................................................................... C-5 Serial interface (Optional) ..................................................................................................................... C-6 Changing the serial interface configuration ......................................................................................... C-6 Serial interface signals ........................................................................................................................ C-8 RS-232C interface voltage levels ........................................................................................................ C-8 RS-422A interface voltage levels ........................................................................................................ C-8 Connector configurations .................................................................................................................... C-9 RS-232C - For computers with a DB-9 connector .................................................................... C-9 RS-232C - For computers with a DB-25 connector .................................................................. C-9 RS-422A ................................................................................................................................. C-10 Protocol ................................................................................................................................... C-10

Parallel interface
The printer uses a bidirectional parallel interface for high-speed data transmission for the host computer. This interface includes the buffers which are compatible with the IEEE 1284 standards. The parallel interface provides support for the ECP and nibble modes in this standards. The parallel interface mode can be changed by commanding Prescribe commands on a PC. Selecting the parallel interface mode To change the parallel interface mode, a PC running MS-DOS is needed. Connect the printer to the PC via the parallel interface. Then, at the DOS prompt, type a FRPO O0 (the letter O and the number zero) command as follows depending on the desired parallel mode:

To set the parallel interface mode... Normal High-speed Nibble* Automatic *: Factory-set default.

Type at the DOS prompt... echo !R! FPRO O0, 0; EXIT; lpt1: echo !R! FPRO O0, 1; EXIT; lpt1: echo !R! FPRO O0, 5; EXIT; lpt1: echo !R! FPRO O0, 70; EXIT; lpt1:

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Parallel interface pin assignment The pins of the parallel interface connector carry the signals listed below. The function for each signal is detailed on the following page.

No. Terminal Signal No. 1 nStrobe (STBIN1/2*) 19 2 Data1 (PAD0) 20 3 Data2 (PAD1) 21 4 Data3 (PAD2) 22 5 Data4 (PAD3) 23 6 Data5 (PAD4) 24 7 Data6 (PAD5) 25 8 Data7 (PAD6) 26 9 Data8 (PAD7) 27 10 nAck (ACKOUT) 28 11 Busy (BUSYOUT) 29 12 PError (PERROR) 30 13 Select (SELECT) 31 14 nAutoFd (AUTOFD*) 32 15 Not defined NC 33 16 Logic ground GND 34 17 Chassis ground GND 35 18 Peri-logic H (VCC) 36 Maximum rated current for pin 18 is 1.0 A (fused).

Terminal Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground nInit nFault Not defined Not defined Not defined nSelect In

Signal GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND (INIT*) (FAULT*) Pull-up (1k) NC Pull-up (1k) (SELECTI*)

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Parallel interface signals The following table provides details for the signals used on the printers parallel interface. Note descriptions in [ ] are for high-speed mode of the parallel interface. Signal Strobe* [nStrobe] (Pin 1) Meaning

A negative-going Strobe* pulse causes the printer to read and latch the data on the Data 0 [1] to Data 7 [8] signal lines. These eight signals form the data byte sent from the host computer to Data 0 [1] to Data 7 [8] the printer. Data 7 [8] is the most significant bit and Data 0 [1] is the (Pins 2 to 9) least significant bit. This signal is returned to the host computer. This negative-going pulse Acknowledge* [nAck] acknowledges the previous character received by the printer. (Pin 10) Acknowledge* pulses are sent only when Busy is low. This signal is returned to the host computer. This signal is high when Busy [Busy] (Pin 11) the printer is busy and low when it is able to accept more data. Every high-to-low transition is followed by an Acknowledge* pulse. This signal is returned to the host computer. This signal goes high Paper Empty [PError] when the printer runs out of paper. (Pin 12) On-Line [Select] (Pin 13) This signal is returned to the host computer. This signal is high when the printer is on-line and low when the printer is off-line. It goes low when the upper unit is raised, or when the ON LINE key is pressed to set the printer off-line. Note: The Paper Empty and On-Line signals are not used unless enabled by the FRPO command (O2 parameter). This signal is used in the Epson version of the Centronics interface to Auto-Feed [nAutoFd] receive a carriage return. In high-speed mode, it is used as an interrupt. (Pin 14) This line is connected to the printers +5 V DC line (+5 V 0.5 V, 1.0 +5 V DC (pin 18) A maximum, fused). This signal is used in the standard Centronics interface to enable the Prime [nInit] (Pin 31) computer to reset the printer. It is ignored by the printer. When the high-speed parallel line control is on (FRPO O2 = 2), this Error* [nFault] (Pin 32) line returns error status to the host computer. Auxiliary output 1 (Pin 33) This signal line is not used. This signal is high when the printers power is on. Power Ready (Pin 35) This signal is used in some versions of the Centronics interface to Select In [NSelectIn] enable the computer to force the printer on-line. In high-speed mode, (Pin 36) it is used as an interrupt.

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Serial interface (Optional)


The printer is equipped with an optional slot for adding a serial port. To add a serial port, the serial interface board IB-10E is equipped. The device responsible for controlling the serial interface is integrated in the gate array in the controller system. The serial interface supports both protocols of RS-232C and RS-422A. Toggling the protocol between RS-232C and RS-422A is made by a shorting jumper socket that is accessible on the main board. (The jumper wire arrangement, that used to be provided for the succeeding models to switch the DTR polarity is not used with these models.) To change the serial interface protocol, refer to Changing the serial interface configuration section which follows. A 25-pin D-sub connector is used for the serial interface. The extra signals used for RS-422A are assigned to these pins that are not used for RS-232C according to the IBM pin assignment scheme. Changing the serial interface configuration To change the serial interface protocol form RS-232C to RS-422A, or vice versa, the IB-10E board must be taken out from the printer. Protect the electronics by taking these precautions: CAUTION Before touching the main board, touch a water pipe or other large metal object to discharge yourself of static electricity. While doing the work, it is recommended that you wear an antistatic wrist strap. Touch the main board only by the edge.

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Remove two thumb screws 1 then draw the serial interface board IB-10E 2. To change the serial protocol from RS-232C to RS-422A, for example, carefully remove the jumper connector 3 on the serial interface board IB-10E 2. Reconnect to the pin position as shown in the diagram. Replace the serial interface board IB-10E 2 back into the printer. Secure the board by the thumb screws.

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Serial interface signals The following table provides details for the signals used on the serial interface board IB-10E.

Signal FG (Pin 1) TxD (Pin 2) RxD/RDA (Pin 3) RTS (Pin 4) CTS (Pin 5) DSR (Pin 6) SG (Pin 7) SDA (Pin 8, 9) SDB (Pin 8, 10) DTR (Pin 20)

Meaning This pin is connected directly to the printer frame. RS-232C only: This output carries asynchronous data sent by the printer to the computer. It is used mainly in handshaking protocols. This input carries serial asynchronous data sent by the computer to the printer. In RS-422A, this carries the inverted differential data (RDA). This output is always held high (above 3 V). Unused. Unused. All signals can transmit between the printer and the host computer to send each signals with a signal ground. This output transmits asynchronous inverted form of differential data from the printer to the computer. This output carries asynchronous non-inverted form of differential data from the computer to the printer. This output is used as a buffer nearly-full handshake line. It is held high (above 3 V) when the buffer can accept more data.

RS-232C interface voltage levels The voltage levels of the RS-232C signals conform to EIA RS-232C specifications. FALSE is from 3 volts to 15 volts. TRUE is from -3 volts to -15 volts. Voltages between -3 volts and 3 volts are undefined. The voltage levels of the RS-422A signals are equivalent to those of the RS-232C signals except the signals used for transmission and reception. RS-422A interface voltage levels The interface signal voltage levels for RS-422A conforms with the EIA RS-422A standards. The differential voltage ranges is from 200 mV to 6 V.

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Connector configurations The printer uses a DB-25 connector for the serial interface. Depending on the computer configurations for serial interface, use either of the appropriate configurations. A special cable must be prepared or obtained for the RS-422A configuration by referring to the diagram (last) below. RS-232C - For computers with a DB-9 connector
Computer serial port (DB-9) Printer serial port (DB-25)

RXD TXD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2 3 4 5 6 7 )

TXD RXD RTS CTS DSR SG DTR

RS-232C - For computers with a DB-25 connector


Computer serial port (DB-25) Printer serial port (DB-25)

GND TXD RXD RTS CTS DSR GND DTR

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 )

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 )

FG TXD RXD RTS CTS DSR SG DTR

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RS-422A
Computer serial interface Printer serial port (DB-25)

Frame ground Signal ground

Rx terminal Tx terminal

1 3 7 9 0 *

FG RD SG SD SD+ RD+

On the computer serial port, investigate pin assignments depends on the computer manufactures instruction. Since the RS-422A configuration does not employ control lines except for data transmission/reception, select a mode in which signals such as DTR are not used. Protocol The serial interface supports the full baud rate of: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, and 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115.2 k (bps). For adjusting serial interface parameters including baud rate, parity, etc., refer to optional Serial interface board IB-10E Users Manual.

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