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Order Number: MGCS040602C0

J7

Facsimile

UF-9000
DP-180/190
[ Version 2.0 ]

WARNING
Thisserviceinformationisdesignedforexperiencedrepairtechniciansonlyandisnotintendedforusebythegeneralpublic.
Itdoesnotcontainwarningsorcautionstoadvisenon-technicalindividualsofpotentialdangersinattemptingtoserviceaproduct.
Productspoweredbyelectricityshouldbeservicedorrepairedonlybyexperiencedprofessionaltechnicians.Anyattempttoservice
orrepairtheproductorproductsdealtwithinthisserviceinformationbyanyoneelsecouldresultinseriousinjuryordeath.

2004 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.


All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is
a violation of law.

This Product Uses Lead (Pb) Free Solder Printed Circuit


Boards (PCBs).
Information regarding Lead-Free (PbF) solder:
Distinction of PbF PCB:
PCBs (manufactured) using lead free solder will have a
mark following
the PCB part numbers in a label on the PCB.
Caution:
Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder; typically
the melting point is 50 - 70 F (30 - 40 C) higher. Please use a soldering iron
with temperature control and adjust it to 700 20 F (370 10 C). Exercise care
while using higher temperature soldering irons, do not heat the PCB for too long
to prevent solder splash or damage to the PCB.
Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100 F/600 C).
ECO SOLDER M705 (available from Senju Metal Industry Co., Ltd.:
URL: http://www.senju-m.co.jp) is recommended when repairing PbF PCBs.

The contents of this Service Handbook and the Specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make improvements in
the product design without reservation and without notice.
Published in Japan.

Important Notice
Please read this notice completely BEFORE repairing or
installing any optional accessories. As failure to properly install
the additional board or connector with the power ON could
damage the machine's SPC or SC board.
Please follow the instructions below:
1. It is essential that you turn OFF the Main Power Switch located
on the Left Side of the machine.
2. It is essential that you unplug the AC Power Cord from the wall
outlet. (During a Lightning Storm, to prevent electrocution
disconnect the Telephone Line Cable first before unplugging
the AC Power Cord.)
3. Please read the installation instructions carefully and follow
each step.
<Example: UF-9000>

Note:
O = Power OFF, l = Power ON

Note:
If the Hard Disk Drive Unit is installed, to prevent a Scan Disk Function from being
performed (similar to Windows OS when the power is abruptly interrupted), it is
important to follow the step sequence below when turning OFF the Power Switch on the
machine.
1. If the machine is in the "ENERGY SAVER (Shutdown Mode)", you may turn the Power Switch on the
Left Side of the machine to the OFF position. If it is not in the "ENERGY SAVER (Shutdown Mode)",
continue to step 2 below.
2. Press "FUNCTION" and "ENERGY SAVER" keys simultaneously first.
3. Wait approximately 10 seconds while the machine writes the closing status onto the Hard Disk Drive
Unit and advances into "ENERGY SAVER MODE".
4. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the OFF position.
5. Unplug the AC Power Cord. (During a Lightning Storm, to prevent electrocution disconnect the
Telephone Line Cable first before unplugging the AC Power Cord.)
* The specifications are subject to change without notice. Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. reserves
the right to make improvements in the product design without reservation and without notice.

Precautions
For Your Safety
To prevent severe injury and loss of life, read this section carefully before servicing the Panasonic
machine to ensure proper and safe operation.
Please ensure that the machine is installed near a wall outlet and is easily accessible.
This section explains the graphic symbols used in the machine and/or this manual.

WARNING:
Denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.

CAUTION:
Denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
This section also explains the graphic symbols used in the machine and/or this manual.
These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure
that must not be performed.
These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure
that must be emphasized in order to operate the machine safely.

Installation and Relocation Cautions


CAUTION
Do not place the machine near heaters or volatile, flammable, or combustible materials
such as curtains that may catch fire.
Do not place the machine in a hot, humid, dusty or poorly ventilated environment.
Prolonged exposure to these adverse conditions can cause fire or electric shocks.
Place the machine on a level and sturdy surface that can with stand.
If tilted, the machine may tip-over and cause injuries.
When relocating the machine, remove the toner and/or developer, and pack the machine
with proper packing materials for shipping.
When moving the machine, be sure to unplug the power cord from the outlet. If the
machine is moved with the power cord attached, it can cause damage to the cord which
could result in fire or electric shock.

Power and Ground Connection Cautions


WARNING
Ensure that the plug connection is free of dust. In a damp environment, a contaminated
connector can draw a significant amount of current that can generate heat and
eventually cause fire over an extended period of time.
Always use the power cord provided with your machine. When an extension power cord
is required, always use a properly rated cord.
120 V/15 A or AC 220 - 240V/10 A
If you use a cord with an unspecified current rating, the machine or plug may emit smoke
or become hot to the touch externally.
Do not attempt to rework, pull, bend, chafe or otherwise damage the power cord. Do not
place a heavy object on the cord. A damaged cord can cause fire or electric shocks.

Never touch a power cord with wet hands. Danger of electric shock exists.
If the power cord is broken or insulated wires are exposed, replace immediately with a specified cord only.
Using a damaged cord can cause fire or electric shocks.
Stop operation immediately if your machine produces smoke, excessive heat, unusual noise, or smell,
or if water is spilt onto the machine. These conditions can cause fire. Immediately switch Off and
unplug the machine.
Do not disconnect or reconnect the machine while it is on. Disconnecting a live connector can deform
the plug and cause fire.
When disconnecting the machine, grasp the plug instead of the cord. Forcibly pulling on a cord can
damage it and cause fire or electric shock.
When the machine is not used over an extended period of time, switch it Off and unplug it. If an unused
machine is left connected to a power source for a long period, degraded insulation can cause electric
shocks, current leakage or fire.
Be sure to switch Off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the machine for cleaning,
maintenance or fault clearance. Access to a live machines interior can cause electric shock.
Be sure to switch Off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the machine for
accessing interface cables, maintenance or fault clearance. Access to a live machines interior can
cause electric shock.
Once a month, unplug the machine and check the power cord for the following. If you notice any
unusual condition.
The power cord is plugged firmly into the receptacle.
The plug is not excessively heated, rusted, or bent.
The plug and receptacle are free of dust.
The cord is not cracked or frayed.

Others
The machine has a built-in circuit for protection against lightning-induced surge current. If lightning strikes in your
neighborhood, switch Off the machine. Disconnect the telephone line cable first, then unplug the power cord from
the machine and reconnect only when the lightning storm has stopped.
If you notice flickering or distorted images or noises on your audio-visual units, your machine may be causing
radio interference. Switch it Off and if the interference disappears, the machine is the cause of the radio interference. Perform the following procedure until the interference is corrected.
Move the machine and the TV and/or radio away from each other.
Reposition or reorient the machine and the TV and/or radio.
Unplug the machine, TV and/or radio, and replug them into outlets that operate on different circuits.
Reorient the TV and/or radio antennas and cables until the interference stops.
For an outdoor antenna, ask your local electrician for support.
Use a coaxial cable antenna.

Operating Safeguards
WARNING
Do not touch areas where these caution labels are attached to the surface may be very hot, and cause
server burns.
Do not place any liquid container such as a vase or coffee cup on the machine. Spilt water can cause
fire or shock hazard.
Do not place any metal parts such as staples or clips on the machine. If metal and flammable parts get
into the machine, they can short-circuit internal components, and cause fire or electric shocks.
If debris (metal or liquid) gets into the machine, switch Off and unplug the machine.
Operating a debris-contaminated machine can cause fire or electric shock.
Do not try to alter the machine configuration or modify any parts. An unauthorized modification can
cause smoke or fire.

CAUTION
Do not place a magnet near the safety switch of the machine. A magnet can activate the
machine accidentally resulting in injuries.
Do not use a highly flammable spray or solvent near the machine. It can cause fire.
When copying a thick document, do not use excessive force to press it against the
document glass. The glass may break and cause injuries.
Never touch a labeled area found on or near the heat roller. You can get burnt. If a sheet
of paper is wrapped around the heat roller, do not try to remove it when it is hot, to avoid
injuries or burns. Switch Off the machine immediately, and wait until it cools down.
Do not use conductive paper, e.g. folding paper, carbonic paper and coated paper. When
a paper jam occurs, they can cause a short circuit and fire.
Do not place any heavy object on the machine. An off-balance machine can tip-over or
the heavy object can fall, causing damage and/or injuries.
Keep the room ventilated when using the machine for an extended period of time to
minimize the ozone density in the air.
When copying with the document cover open, do not look directly at the exposure lamp.
Direct eye exposure can cause eye fatigue or damage.
Pull out paper trays slowly to prevent injuries.
When removing jammed paper, make sure that no pieces of torn paper are left in the
machine. A piece of paper remaining in the machine can cause fire. If a sheet of paper is
wrapped around the heat roller, or when clearing a jammed paper that is difficult or
impossible to see, do not try to remove it by yourself. Doing so can cause injuries or
burns. Switch Off the machine immediately, and wait until it cools down.

Consumable Safeguards
WARNING
Never throw a toner cartridge into an open flame. Toner remaining in the cartridge can
cause an explosion and you can get burnt.
Never throw toner or a waste toner container or a toner cartridge into an open flame. It
can cause an explosion and you can get burnt.
Keep button batteries out of the reach of children. If a button battery is swallowed
accidentally, get medical treatment immediately.

CAUTION
Never heat the drum cartridge, or scratch its surface. A heated or scratched drum can be
hazardous to your health.
Do not mix new and old batteries together. Otherwise, batteries can burst or leak,
causing fire or injuries.
Be sure to use the specified type of batteries only.
Ensure that batteries are installed with correct polarity. Incorrectly installed batteries can
burst or leak, resulting in spillage or injuries.

Table of Contents
Specifications Table ................................ 8
1.1.

Copy Function...........................................8

1.2.

Fax, Printer and Internet


Fax Functions .........................................16

1.3.

System Combination...............................26

1.4.

Options List.............................................27

5.20. Printer Controller Module


for PCL6 ............................................... 164
5.21. Printer Controller Module
for PS/PCL6 ......................................... 166
5.22. 2nd Paper Feed Module Packing
and Accessories ................................... 168
5.23. Hard Disk Drive Unit............................. 170
5.24. Hardware Identification Template ........ 172

Maintenance, Adjustments and


Check Points .......................................... 28
2.1.

Preventive Maintenance .........................28

2.2.

Required Tools .......................................30

2.3.

Preventive Maintenance Points ..............31

2.4.

Preventive Maintenance Check List .......32

2.5.

Updating the Firmware ...........................33

2.6.

Adjusting the Printer Registration,


LSU Image Side to Side .........................42

Alphanumerical Parts List .................. 174

Troubleshooting .................................... 44
3.1.

Error Codes (For Copier) ........................44

3.2.

Information Code Table


(For Facsimile)........................................51

Service Modes........................................ 58
4.1.

Service Modes (For Copier)....................58

4.2.

Service Modes (For Facsimile) ...............75

Exploded View & Parts List ................ 106


5.1.

Destination Codes ................................107

5.2.

Control Panel Unit.................................108

5.3.

Scanner Unit .........................................112

5.4.

CCD ......................................................114

5.5.

ADF.......................................................116

5.6.

Cover Assembly....................................124

5.7.

Right Side Parts....................................128

5.8.

Motor and Drive Gear Unit....................132

5.9.

Left Side Parts ......................................134

5.10. Rear and Upper Side Parts...................136


5.11. Fuser Unit .............................................138
5.12. Pickup Roller and
Paper Feed Roller.................................142
5.13. Bottom Side Parts.................................144
5.14. Mechanical Base ..................................146
5.15. Paper Tray ............................................148
5.16. 2nd Paper Feed Module .......................150
5.17. Paper Tray
(2nd Paper Feed Module).....................154
5.18. PC Boards ............................................156
5.19. Packing and Accessories......................160

UF-9000
DP-180/190

1 Specifications Table
1.1.

Copy Function

Items
Basic Specifications
1 Type
2 Platen
3 Original Position
Platen
ADF
4 Recording Paper Path
5 Drum
6 Copy Process
7 Developing Process
8
9
10
11

Toner Recycle
Fusing System
Max Original Size
Paper Size
Paper Tray

Bypass

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Desktop
Fixed
Left / Rear / Face Down
Left / Center / Face UP
Center
Organic Photo Conductor (OPC)
Electrostatic Indirect Laser
Mono Component Non Magnetic
Dry Toner
No
Heat & Pressure
Letter / A4 / Legal
Letter / Legal
A4 / A5
A4 / A5 / B5
Letter / Legal / Invoice
A4, FLS, A5
A4 / A5 / B5 / Postcard

12 Media Type
Standard Tray
Optional Tray
Bypass
13 Warm-up Time
Power Saver Mode
Sleep Mode
Shutdown Mode
Power On

14 First Copy Time

Remarks

Legal: with ADF only


For USA and Canada
For EU
For Other Destinations
For USA and Canada
For EU
FLS = 8 x 13 in, 8.5 x 13 in
For Other Destinations

Paper / Transparency
Paper
Paper / Transparency / Envelope /
Label / Thick Paper
68 F (20 C)
Approx. 15 sec
Approx. 18 sec

Approx. 10 sec

Scan: Platen; Size: Letter /


A4; Orientation: Portrait;
Paper Feed: 1st Paper Tray;
Interval: From Pressing of
Start Key to paper exiting to
the Exit Tray; When LSU is
ready.

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Items
15 Copy Speed
Letter
A4
16 Zoom
Enlargement
Reduction
Zoom
17 Paper Feed
Paper Tray
Capacity
Low Level Paper Warning

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Approx. 19 cpm
Approx. 18 cpm
Selected Original size / Copy size
Selected Original size / Copy size
50 - 200%
Front Loading Universal Paper Tray
250 sheets x 1
Yes

Remarks
Paper Feed: 1st Paper Tray;
Paper Exit: to Exit Tray;
Continuous Copy Mode.

1% Step

LTR / A4: 20 lb (75 g/m2)


Orange Low Paper Level
Indicator

Bypass
Capacity
Paper Capacity
(Std. Configuration)
18 Multi Copy Range
19 Gradation
Text
Text / Photo
Photo
20 Resolution
Scan
Mono
Color
Print (Mono)
21 Scanning type
Color Scan
Color Depth
Mono Scan
Standard Sorting Memory
22
Size
23 Standard Page Memory Size
24 Exit Tray Capacity

1 sheet

Paper / Transparency /
Envelope / Label / Thick
Paper / Postcard etc.

250 sheets
999 sheets
Bi-Level
256 steps
256 steps

Halftone by Error Diffusion


Scanning and Printing.

Max. 600 x 600 dpi


Max. 300 x 300 dpi
Max. 1200 (Interpolated) x 600 dpi

Selectable 600 dpi, with


Smoothing, the results are
similar to PS3 / PCL6 Printers
(1200 dpi Interpolated).

Yes
24 bit (16.7 Million colors)
Yes
16 MB
32 MB
150 sheets

LTR / A4: 20 lb (75 g/m2)

18.2 x 19.9 x 20.6 in


(462 x 506 x 523 mm)
18.2 x 19.9 x 26.1 in
(462 x 506 x 663 mm)

With Optional 2nd Paper


Feed Module

25 Dimensions
(W x D x H)

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Items

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190

Remarks

26 Operating Space
(W x D)
27 Weight
Options
1 Paper Feed System
550 sheets
2nd Paper Feed Module
Paper Size Detection
Low Level Paper Warning
Max. Paper Capacity
2 Sorting Image Memory
Optional Image Memory 1
(16 MB)
Optional Image Memory 2
(64 MB)
Optional Image Memory 3
(128 MB)
3 Image Memory
Expansion Flash Memory
Card, 4 MB
Expansion Flash Memory
Card, 8 MB
4 Expansion Board

18.2 x 21.1 x 31.5 in


(462 x 536 x 802 mm)
48.5 lb (22 kg)
550 sheets x 1
Yes
Manual
Yes
800 sheets

Yes
Yes
Yes

Unit comes standard with


16 MB.
1-Slot available for an
Optional Image Memory
module.

Image Memory for Facsimile


Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

8 PS / PCL Printer

Yes

Accounting Software
Deluxe Stand
Remote Diagnostic Software
Mechanical Counter

LTR / A4: 20 lb (75 g/m2)


(Tray 1 + 2)

Yes

5 Hard Disk Drive


6 Handset
7 PCL Printer

9
10
11
12

Control Panel Selectable


Orange Low Paper Level
Indicator

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Required for PCL and PS


Printing.
40 GB (2.5 inch)
Requires the Optional
Expansion Board.
Requires the Optional
Expansion Board.
For Accounting Function

Supplied as a Service Part.

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DP-180/190

Items
Features
1 Automatic Features
Auto Magnification Selection
Auto Paper Selection
Copy
Print
Auto Paper Tray Selection
Auto Start
Normal Operation Mode
Energy Saver Mode

Power Saver Mode

Sleep Mode
Shutdown Mode
Transmission (ADF)
Transmission (Platen)
Reception / Copy
Max
Remote Diagnostic
Machine Stops when Out of
Toner

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190

Remarks

No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
80 W

20 W

12 W (100 VAC PS)


15 W (220 VAC PS)
1.5 W

Reservation while Power On


Initializing
Turns On the Heater Power.
Turns Off the Heater Power.
Automatically enters the
Sleep or Shutdown Mode
after 15 minutes from the
Standby or Energy Saver
Mode.
Manually enters the Energy
Saver Mode by pressing the
Energy Saver key.
Sleep or Shutdown mode is
controlled by the General
Functions setting.
Turns Off the Power of Printer
& Scanner.
USB / Network Function not
available

45 W (100 VAC PS)


56 W (220 VAC PS)
40 W (100 VAC PS)
50 W (220 VAC PS)
900 W (100 VAC PS)
1000 W (220 VAC PS)
900 W (100 VAC PS)
1000 W (220 VAC PS)
Yes
Yes

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DP-180/190

Items

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190

2 Additional Features
Low Level Paper indicator
Photo Mode
Original Detection Release
Edit / Effects
Book Mode
Edge Mode
Margin Mode
X-Y Zoom
Inverse Mode (Negative /
Positive)
Centering Mode
Mirror Mode
Image Repeat
Others (Inverting ADF &
ADU)
2-Page Copy Mode
2 in 1
4 in 1
Booklet Mode
Duplex Copy
12
21
22
Book2
Image Rotation (90 or 270 )
Electronic Sorting
Rotation Sorting
Insertion Job
Department Counter
ADF

Yes
Yes
No

256 steps

No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No

No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes

Mixed Size Original Feed


JOB Build and SADF
Mode
Original Counter
Job Memory
Job Time Display
Concurrent Copy
Tandem Copy Mode
Remote Copy Mode
Scan Once Print Many Mode
Job Completion Notice
Trial Copy Mode
Weekly Timer

Remarks

Scanning twice by turning


original.

50 Departments
LTR and LGL, effective from
June 2004 Production

Yes*
No
No
No

Yes (1 jobs)
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No

For Printer Mode only

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DP-180/190

Items
Function Mode
Interrupt
Electronic Counter
Digital Sky Shot Mode
Check / Slip Mode
(Double Exposure)
3 Control Panel
Display
Status Lamp
Key
QWERTY Keyboard
Directory Search (4 way)
Original Size
Copy Size
Keypad
Clear
Stop
Start
Energy Saver
Sort / Finish
Function Mode
Original Detection
Release
Interrupt
Reset
One-Touch key
Mode Change

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Yes
No
Yes
Yes

Yes

LCD
Yes

Remarks

Check : Dimensions of a Bank


check
Slip : Dimensions of a Bank
check with a
statement
20 digits x 2 lines
GREEN : Scanning /
Printing
RED
: Alarm / Warning

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes

Copier / Printer / NW Scanner


/ Fax and Internet Fax Mode

LCD Main Indication


Message Language
(Default)
Original Size / Image
Indication
Paper Size / Image
Indication
Paper Tray Selection
Selected Paper Tray /
Tray Status
Original Mode Selection
Copy Density Selection
Setting Confirmation

English (American)
Specified Language

For USA and Canada


For EU and Other
Destinations

Yes
(without Image)
Yes
(without Image)
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Text / Text-Photo / Photo


5 steps

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DP-180/190

Items
Function Classification
Zoom Magnification
Number of Copies
Error Code
Finishing
Warning Indicators
No Toner
No Paper
Add Paper Indication
Paper Jam Indication
Paper Jam Location
Service Alert Call
User Error
Machine Error
History of Jam Errors
4 Main Unit
Total Counter
Electronic
Mechanical
Max. Weight of Documents
on the Platen Glass
ADF with Document Guide
Clip Pocket
Operating Instructions
Pocket
Warning / Caution Label
5 Optical System
Original Size Detection
Scanning Method
Dehumidifier
6 Process System / Yield

Toner Cartridge

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes (Optional)

Remarks

Mechanical Indicator

Mechanical Counter

6.61 lb (3 kg)
Yes
No
No
Specified Language
No
600 dpi CCD
No
Yield: 5 K (5% coverage), 6 K Max
Average yield is based on 5% coverage of the printable area with
repetitive printing of 10 pages (Letter/A4 size, single side printing,
default density). The yield of a Toner Cartridge varies depending on the
coverage, temperature, humidity, media, etc. Therefore, the average
yield cannot be guaranteed. Continuously printing 10% coverage of
printable area will reduce the yield of the Toner Cartridge to about half
as compared to 5% coverage printing. The maximum yield of the Toner
Cartridge will not exceed 6,000 pages by way of Digital Counter.

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DP-180/190

Items
Efficiency
1 Productivity
ADF Through-put Speed
ADU Copy Productivity
(LTR / A4)
12
10 copies
PM Cycle
1 PM Cycle
Major PM
Minor PM (Cleaning)
2 Average Copy Volume
3 Max. Copy Volume
Packing Configuration
1 Packing Dimension
2 Packing Weight
3 Accessories
Process Unit
Operating Instructions
Power Supply
1 Power Requirement
2 Power Consumption
Ambient Conditions
1 Temperature
2 Relative Humidity
3 Safety
4 Energy Saver
5 EMI
6 Lead Free Solder (PbF)

Copy Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190

Remarks

Approx. 50%

More than 50%

85 K (Printer), 50K (ADF)


10 K (ADF)
1.5 K
10 K

Throughput when the LSU is


ready; Paper is fed from the
1st Paper Tray and is ejected
to the Exit Tray.

Refer to Section 2.4.


Monthly

24.3 x 29.3 x 26.4 in


(616 x 745 x 670 mm)
63.9 lb (29 kg)
Yes
Yes
99 - 132 VAC 47 - 63 Hz
Single phase
180 - 264 VAC 47 - 63 Hz
Single phase
Max. 900W
50 - 80 F / 10 - 30 C
30 - 80%RH
UL60950-1 / CSA C22.2 No.60950-1
EN60950-1
Energy Star Compliant
Class B computing device peripheral
in FCC Rules Part 15
This Product uses Lead Free (PbF)
PCBs

120 VAC
220 - 240 VAC

For USA and Canada


For EU and
Other Destinations
For USA and Canada
Refer to the inner Front Cover
and the Parts Manual for
details

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1.2.1.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Fax, Printer and Internet Fax Functions


Fax Function

Items
Main Specifications
1 Compatibility
2 PSTN Line Port
3 Leased Line Port
4 V.24 Line Port
5 Modem Speed
6 Coding Scheme
7 ECM

Fax Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Super G3 / G3
Yes
No
No
33.6 - 2.4kbps
JBIG/MMR/MR/MH
Yes

Yes (B, D)
LTR : Approx. 2.7 sec
9 Transmission Speed
A4 : Approx. 2.9 sec
Transmission
Std.
: 203 x 98 (8 x 3.85)
Fine : 203 x 196 (8 x 7.7)
S-Fine : 203 x 391 (8 x 15.4)
406 x 391 (16 x 15.4)
Communication Resolution
600dpi : 600 x 600 dpi
10 dpi x lpi (pels/mm x lines/
Reception
mm)
Std.
: 203 x 98 (8 x 3.85)
Fine : 203 x 196 (8 x 7.7)
S-Fine : 203 x 391 (8 x 15.4)
406 x 391 (16 x 15.4)
600dpi : 600 x 600 dpi
Scanner Mechanism
1 Scanning Device
CCD (ADF / Platen)
Scanning Resolution /
2
Speed
Std: 203 x 98 (8 x 3.85)
dpi x lpi (pels/mm x lines/
mm)
Fine: 203 x 196 (8 x 7.7)
dpi x lpi (pels/mm x lines/
LTR : 2.7 sec
LTR : 2.7 sec
mm)
A4 : 2.9 sec
S-Fine: 406 x 391 (16 x
15.4) dpi x lpi (pels/mm x
lines/mm)
600dpi: 600 x 600
Legal
3 Document Size (Max.)
216 x 2000 mm

Remarks
ITU-T Std & Non-Std
1-Line only

T.30/V.34/V.17/V.29/V.27ter
Conforms to ITU-T Rec. T.30
ECM

8 Short Protocol

4 Effective Scanning Width


5 ADF Capacity

LTR : 8.3 in (212 mm)


A4 : 8.2 in (207 mm)
50 sheets

ITU-T Image No. 1


(A4, Std Resolution)

600 dpi communication is


only possible between T.30
Compliant Panafax,
WORKiO, and other T.30
compliant machines.

Excludes: Initializing Time,


ADF slipping factor, and Data
XMT Time.
(Letter size for USA and
Canada; A4 size for Other
Destinations)

Using ADF only


(Letter size for USA and
Canada; A4 size for Other
Destinations)
Face Up, top feed
LTR / A4 (20 lb / 75 g/m2)

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DP-180/190

Items
6 Collation Stack
Printer Mechanism
1 Recording Method
2 Recording Speed
3 Recording Resolution Fax
4 Recording Paper Size

5 Effective Printing Width

6 Recording Paper Capacity


7 Collation Stack
8 Consumable

Fax Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Yes

Remarks
Face Down

LP
Approx. 19 ppm

Recording Speed attained


after the 1st copy.

600 x 600 dpi


Legal / Letter
Legal / Letter
Invoice: Not supported.
A4 / A5
LTR : 8.1 in
LTR : 8.1 in
(207mm) Letter : USA and Canada
A4
: Other Destinations
(207mm)
A4 : 7.9 in
(201 mm)
Tray 1 + 2 : Max. 800 sheets
250 sheets
LTR / A4: 20 lb (75 g/m2)
Yes
Face Down
All in One
Drum Unit
Cartridge
and Toner

Fax Memory
1 Standard Memory

2 MB

2 Optional Memory

4 MB
8 MB

Dual Operation
1 Multi Task Operation
2 Direct XMT Reserve
3 Memory XMT Reserve
Number of Memory Job
4
Files
Dialing/Telephone Features
1 One-Touch Keys
2 One-Touch / Program Keys
3 One-Touch Auto Dialers
4 Abbr. Auto Dialers

Flash ROM, ITU-T Image


No.1 (A4, Std Resolution)
Expansion Flash Memory
Card, using ITU-T Image
No.1 (A4, Std Resolution)

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Max. 50 files

32
8
40
160

5 Total Auto Dialers

200

6 Directory Search Dialing


7 Program Dials
8 Max. Tel Number Digits
Max. Station Name
9
Characters
Full Number Dialing
10
(Buffered Dialing)
Direct Dialing
11
(Monitor Dialing)

Yes
8
36

Plus an additional 800


stations available to select
from, when the optional Hard
Disk Drive is installed.

15
Yes

Max. 50 stations

Yes

Voice mode

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DP-180/190

Items

Fax Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190

12 Automatic Redialing

Yes

13 Manual Redialing

Yes

14 Line Monitor Speaker


15 Chain Dialing (Hybrid Dial)
16 Pulse / Tone Dialing
17 Pulse to Tone Change
18 Flash Key
19 Handset
Transmission Features
1 Direct Transmission
2 Memory Transmission
Quick Memory
3
Transmission
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Multi-Station Transmission
(Sequential Broadcasting)
Direct Deferred
Transmission
Deferred Transmission
Deferred Multi-Station
Transmission
Priority Direct Transmission
Priority Memory
Transmission
Batch Transmission
90 Degree Rotation
Transmission
Cover Sheet
Confidential Mail Box
Multi-Copy Transmission

15 Memory Back-Up
16 Duplex Scanning
Reception Features
1 Substitute Reception

Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Option
Yes
Yes

Remarks
Up to 15 times at 0 to 15 min.
intervals
Pressing the REDIAL/PAUSE
button
In Monitor Dialing mode only
10 pps / DTMF

Page Retransmission

Yes
Yes

Max. 250 stations


(200 One-Touch / Abbr. + 50
Full Number Dialing)

No

ADF Deferred Transmission

Yes

Max. 50 timers

Yes
Yes

Priority ADF Transmission

No
Yes

Real Time (up to 5 Files)

No
Yes
No
No
Yes

FAX: Back-up with Flash


Memory.
Copy / Printer: No Back-up
with D-RAM

No
Yes

2 Fixed Reduction

Yes

3 Auto Reduction

Yes

4 Overlap Printing

Yes

5 Receive to Memory

Yes

LTR/A4/LGL: 70 - 100%
(in 1% Steps), Top & Left
Alignment
LTR/A4/LGL: 70 - 100%
(in 1% Steps), Top & Left
Alignment
Page End Approx. 0.51 in (13
mm)

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DP-180/190

Items
Distinctive Ring Detector
(DRD)
90 Degree Rotation
7
Reception
8 Duplex Printing
Polling
1 Polling
2 Turnaround Polling
3 Multi-Station Polling
4 Deferred Polling
Deferred Multi-Station
5
Polling
6 Direct Polling Tx
7 Memory Polling Tx
8 Preset Polling Password
Temporary Polling
9
Password
10 Continuous Polling
Convenience
1 Panel Display
2 Voice Contact
3 Edit File Mode
4 Incomplete File Save
5 Automatic Cover Sheet
Certainty
1 Verification Stamp
2 Header / Total Page Print
6

3 Transaction Journal
4 Comm. Journal
5 Last Ind. XMT Journal
Printout Lists
1 One-Touch List
2 ABBR. No. List
3 Program List
4 Address Book Search List
5 Fax Parameter List
6 File List
7 Ind. XMT Journal
8 Directory Sheet
Identifications
1 Logo
2 Multiple Logo
3 Character ID
4 Numeric ID

Fax Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Yes

Remarks
Specified Destinations only

No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes

Max. 250 stations


Max. 50 timers

Yes

Max. 50 timers / 250 stations

No
Yes
Yes

1 File

Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes

With View Mode


With View Mode

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes

200 Transactions / with View


Mode
With Image Data

Auto Dialer List


With View Mode

25 Characters
16 Characters
20 Digits

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DP-180/190

Items
Special Communications
1 Password XMT / RCV
2 Selective Reception
3 Relay XMT Request
4 Relay XMT Center
5 Confidential XMT / Polling
6 Confidential Center
7 Mailbox XMT / Polling
8 Mailbox Center
9 File XMT
10 Received Fax Forward
11 Sub-address XMT
12 Sub-address Auto Routing
13 NYSE
14 Internet Fax Relay XMT
15 Email Relay XMT
16 Panafax Desktop
Standards
1 PSTN
Others
1 Fax Access Code
2 PIN Code Access
3 Intelligent Redial (AI)
4 Department Code
5 Power Saver Mode
6 Self Diagnostic Function
Remote Diagnostic
7
Function
8 Check & Call Function
9 V.24 / Encryption Interface

Fax Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FCC Part 68 / Industry Canada
No. CS-03: Issue 8
TBR21
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Remarks

TSI Check

Max.10 Mail Boxes


Received File Transfer
T. Routing
For USA and Canada only
iFAX iFAX G3FAX
PC iFAX G3FAX

For USA and Canada


For EU

For USA and Canada only


5 Files
50 Departmental Codes

Specific Destinations only

Yes
No

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1.2.2.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Printer Function

Items

Printer Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190

Interface
1 Centronics Parallel I/F

No

2 LAN (Network)
3 USB Port
4 IEEE-1394
Printer Function
1 Printing Size
2 Bypass
3 Stapling

Ethernet 10Base-T/100BaseTX
USB1.1
Firewire

Yes
Yes
No
LGL / LTR

LGL / LTR /
A4 / A5 / B5
Yes
No

4 Printing Resolution (dpi)

Max. 1200 (Interpolated) x 600 dpi

5 Interface

USB / Ethernet
Win 98 / Win Me / Win NT 4.0 /
Win 2000 / Win XP / MAC 8.6-10.1
20 MB
Yes

6 OS
7 Printer Work Memory Size
8 GDI

Remarks

9 PDL (PCL6)

Yes

10 PDL (PS3)

Yes

11 Duplex Printing

Yes

12 Collation Stack
13 Status Monitor
Network
USB
14 Network Status Monitor
15 Smoothing
16 Applicable PC
17 Multi-Task Operation
Printing while Fax-XMT
from Memory
Printing while Fax-RCV into
Memory
Fax-XMT from Memory
while Printing
Fax-RCV into Memory while
Printing

Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
IBM PC, AT or Compatible, MAC

Selectable 600 dpi, with


Smoothing, the results are
similar to PS3 / PCL6 Printers
(1200 dpi Interpolated).
MAC 8.6-10.1 is PS only.
Not expandable
Requires Optional PS / PCL6
Emulation Kit and Optional
Expansion Board.
Requires Optional PS / PCL6
Emulation Kit and Optional
Expansion Board.
Custom Size/Postcard Size is
not available.

MAC is PS only.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

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DP-180/190

Items
18

Output to separate tray for


Printing, Fax, Copy

Printer Function
Description
UF-9000
DP-180 / 190

Remarks

No

19 Font

Yes

20 Mailbox

Yes

21 Secure Mailbox

Yes

Requires Optional PCL6 or


PS / PCL6 Emulation Kit
Requires Optional HDD Unit.
Max. 100 Users.
Max. 20 mailboxes for each
User ID
Requires Optional HDD Unit.
Max. 100 Users.
Max. 20 mailboxes for each
User ID

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1.2.3.

Network Scanner Function

Items
Interface
1 Centronics Parallel I/F
2 LAN (Network)
3 USB Port
4 IEEE-1394
Network Scanning Function
1 Scanning Device
2 Scanning Speed (ADF)
Mono
Color
3 Halftone
4 Max. Document Size
5

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Network Scanner Function


Description
UF-9000 / DP-180/190
No
Yes
No
No

Remarks

Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX
Firewire

CCD (ADF / Platen)


LTR: 2.7 sec
A4 : 2.9 sec
LTR: 11 sec
A4 : 12 sec
256 Halftone shades,
Color 24bit, 16670 K
Legal
216 x 2000 mm

600 dpi
(Data XMT time is not included.)
300 dpi
(Data XMT time is not included.)
With Error Diffusion
Using ADF only

Scanning Resolution
(dpi)
Mono

Color
6 OS
7 2-Sided Scanning
8 File Format
Mono
Color
9 Completion Notice
10 Protocol
Network Address Features

600 x 600
300 x 300
150 x 150
300 x 300
150 x 150
75 x 75
Win 98 / Me /
Win NT 4.0 / Win 2000 / XP
No
Multi-page TIFF / PDF
JPEG / PDF
Yes
TCP/IP / Non-Std

1 One Touch Address Keys

40

2 Abbr. Address Numbers

60

Default: 300 dpi

Default: 150 dpi

Auto Pop-up on the PC Screen

Shared with Fax/I-Fax One-Touch


Address, 40 in Total
Independent for Network Scanner

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1.2.4.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Internet Fax Function

Items
Main Specifications
1 Communication Protocols
2 Max. Modem Speed
3 Coding Scheme
4 File Format

Internet Fax Function


Description
UF-9000 / DP-180/190
SMTP / POP3 / MIME
NA
JBIG/MMR/MR/MH
TIFF / JPEG or PDF

5 Line Interface
Scanner Mechanism
1 Max. Document Size
2 Effective Scanning Width

Scanning Resolution
dpi x lpi (pel/mm x lines/mm)

RJ-45
Legal
216 x 2000 mm
LTR
: 8.3 in (212 mm)
A4
: 8.2 in (207 mm)
Std
: 203 x 98 (8 x 3.85)
Fine : 203 x 196 (8 x 7.7)
S-Fine : 203 x 391 (8 x 15.4)
: 406 x 391
(16 x 15.4)
600dpi : 600 x 600 dpi

Printer Mechanism
1 Printing Resolution
2 Effective Recording Width

Remarks

LTR
A4

Selectable
(PDF & JPEG formats are used for
Scan-to-Email, current I-Fax standards
do not support these file formats)
Ethernet LAN
With the ADF only
Letter size: for USA and Canada
A4 size : for Other Destinations

LAN: 600 dpi, 16 x 15.4 Scanning


Resolution is available.

600 dpi
: 8.1 in (207 mm)
: 7.9 in (201 mm)

Transmission Features
1 Multi-Task Operation

Yes

2 Memory Transmission
Sequential Multi-Station
3
Transmission

Yes

Simultaneous Multi-Station
Transmission

5 Sender Selection
G3 / Email Mixed
6
Broadcasting
7 Deferred Transmission
8 Fax Forward
9 Sub-address RCV
10 Mail Header
Email Header Print Selection
Subject Line

Convenient simultaneous G3 Fax and


LAN operation.

Yes
Yes

Max. 250 stations


(200 One-Touch / Abbr. + 50 Full
Number Dialing)

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Random Entry

Received File Transfer


Inbound Routing
All or From / To / Subject only

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DP-180/190

Items
LAN Features
1 Internet Fax Communication
2 Internet Mail Reception
3 Internet Fax Server Features
Internet Fax Relay XMT
Email Relay XMT
Received Fax / Email
Forward
PC FAX Transmission
Inbound Routing

4
5
6
7

Phone Book Registration from


PC
I-Fax Parameters
Registration via Email
Internet Delivery Confirmation
Network Scanning
Network Printing
LPR / LPD
GDI
PDL

8 DHCP Client
9 LDAP
10 TIFF Viewer
11 NYSE
Certainty
1 Comm. Journal (w / Image)
ID
1 Email Address

Internet Fax Function


Description
UF-9000 / DP-180/190

Remarks

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

iFAX iFAX G3FAX


PC iFAX G3FAX

Yes

Local print available

Yes

Panafax Desktop Only (Network)


Using Sub-Address.
Local print available

Yes
Yes

Via Email or Network Address Editor

Yes
Yes
Yes

With MDN
600 dpi

Yes
Yes

600 dpi
600 dpi
Requires Optional PS / PCL6
Emulation Kit and Optional Expansion
Board.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol


Selectable, PDMS / TIFF Viewer
For USA and Canada only

Yes
Yes

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1.3.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

System Combination

Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)

Scanner Unit (SPC PC Board)

Panel

PCL6
Emulation Option

Super G3 Fax
Communication

Mechanical
Counter Option

PS/PCL6
Emulation Option

GDI Printer

Handset Kit
Option

Hard Disk
Drive Option

(PNL PC Board)

Main PC Board

Automatic
Duplex Unit

Accounting
Software Option

Program
Expansion Board
8MB

Network
Scanner
Internet Fax/
E-Mail
USB
Interface

Electronic Sorting Memory


Expansion Flash
Memory Card
4 or 8MB

10/100 Ethernet
Interface

Image Memory
16, 64 or 128MB
(1-Slot)

2nd Paper Feed Module Option

Standard Configuration
Option

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1.4.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Options List

Options
Option Name

Multi Page Description Language


Controller Module (PCL6/PostScript 3*)

Option Number
DA-PC188
DA-PC190
DA-MC188
DA-MC190

Hard Disk Drive Unit

DA-HD19

Expansion Board

DA-EM600

Expansion Flash Memory Card, 4 MB


Expansion Flash Memory Card, 8 MB
Image Memory (16 MB)
Image Memory (64 MB)
Image Memory (128 MB)
Accounting Software
2nd Paper Feed Module

UE-410047
UE-410048
DA-SM16B
DA-SM64B
DA-SM28B
DA-WA10
DA-DS188
UE-403171

Printer Controller Module (PCL6*)

Remarks
For DP-180/190
For UF-9000
For DP-180/190
For UF-9000
Additional Optional Sorting Image Memory
(Minimum 16 MB) is required for the Hard
Disk Drive to function.
(PS additional fonts, Mail Box, additional
800 addresses, etc.)
F-ROM Board (8 MB) is required for PCL
or PS printing.
Additional Memory for Fax / I-Fax
For Electronic Sorting
For Accounting Function

DA1D190
DZTQ000066

For USA and Canada


For Other Destinations
Available in Specified Destinations
For USA and Canada only
Supplied as a Service Part.

Part Name

Part Number
UG-5530

Remarks
All in One Cartridge

Part Name

Part Number
DQ-UG16H
DQ-UG17H
DQ-UH34H
DQ-UH35H

For DP-180
For DP-190
For DP-180
For DP-190

Handset Kit

UE-403172

Deluxe Stand
Mechanical Counter
Supplies

UF-9000
Toner Cartridge

DP-180/190
Toner
Drum Unit

Remarks

Note:
PCL6 is a Page Description Language of the Hewlett-Packard Company.
PostScript 3 (PS3) is a Page Description Language of the Adobe Systems Company.
The Part Name(s) / Part Number(s) differ depending on the Models and the Destinations.

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2 Maintenance, Adjustments and Check Points


2.1.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Preventive Maintenance
Preventive maintenance is performed at specific intervals and consists of machine
cleaning and parts replacement.
It is essential to perform these service activities properly and at the specified intervals
for customer satisfaction.
The purpose of this service is to maintain machine performance and image quality.
- You should prepare the replacement parts, and cleaning tools beforehand.
- After completing the preventive maintenance, discard the used parts and
packaging in accordance with local regulations and clean the surrounding
area.
- Before servicing the equipment, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.
- Before using solvents such as IPA (Isopropyl alcohol), put on rubber gloves
and eye protection.
1

Timing
- Perform the preventive maintenance in accordance with the Preventive
Maintenance Check List. (refer to 2.4.)

Cleaning the Rollers


- Rollers should be cleaned with water and cloth.
- Use the IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) sparingly.

Disassembly and Adjustment Precautions


CAUTION!
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the OFF
position, and then unplug the AC Power Cord from the wall outlet
before disassembling the machine. (During a Lightning Storm, to
prevent electrocution disconnect the Telephone Line Cable first
before unplugging the AC Power Cord.)
- After taking the unit apart, do not attempt to operate the machine.
- When operating the machine with covers removed, be careful and avoid clothing
from being caught by moving components.
- While the electricity is applied to the unit, do not connect nor disconnect the
connectors on any PC Board.
- Ensure to use correct screws.
- Use toothed lock washers for the installation of ground wires to ensure electrical
continuity.
- To reassemble, reverse the sequence of disassembly, unless otherwise specified.
- Blown fuses should only be replaced with fuses of the same specified rating.

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UF-9000
DP-180/190

Laser Handling Precautions


The optical laser system employed by this photocopier is completely sealed by
a protective housing and an external cover. Therefore, the laser beam will not
stray or leak during photocopying operation.
However, when servicing the photocopier, take the following precautions:
1. Do not insert any screwdrivers or other tools that have high reflective
properties into the laser's path.
2. .Before servicing the photocopier, remove watches, rings, or other metallic
objects that you may be wearing. (This is to avoid the danger of the laser
striking the eye by reflecting off the metallic objects being worn.)
Since the laser beam cannot be seen with the naked eye, for maximum
safety, please follow the above precautions.

Safety Interlock Switches


- The service technician may defeat the safety interlock switches by inserting a
interlock cheater into the opening of the switch cover.
- Ensure to remove the interlock cheater from the switch cover after completion
of service.

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2.2.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Required Tools

No.
Tools
1 Soft Cloth
2 Isopropyl Alcohol
3 Phillips Screwdriver (#2)
4

Stubby Phillips Screwdriver (#2)

Slotted Screwdriver (3/32 in)

Tweezer

2.2.1.

Preventive Maintenance Method

Memory Data

Important
Action
Check

Auto Document
Feeder (ADF)

Check &
Clean

Scanner Unit

Transmitter Unit

Mirrors

Check &
Clean
Check &
Clean
Check &
Clean

Inspection Items

Gears, Rollers Shafts Check &


Grease
Timing Belts
Check &
Clean

No.

No.
Tools
7 Pliers
8 Cotton Swab
9 Brush
KS-660 - Conductive Grease
10 (Available from Shin-Etsu Silicones of America, Inc.
URL: http://www.shinetsusilicones.com)
Molykote EM-50L Grease
11 (Available from Dow Corning,
URL: http://www.dowcorning.com)

Part Description

Check

Comments
1. Print the RAM DATA for reference and as a precaution.
2. After completing the task(s), print and compare the RAM
DATA with the previously printed one.
1. Clean the Rollers and Separation Rubber with Wet soft
cloth (Water).
Note:
For stubborn toner accumulation, wipe with a soft cloth
saturated with Isopropyl Alcohol first, then follow up with
a soft cloth saturated with water.
1. Clean the Scanning Glass or White Reference Sheet with
Isopropyl Alcohol when required.
1. Remove any foreign obstacles.
2. Clean the Rollers with Wet soft cloth (Water).
1. Do not touch the surface of the Mirrors with your bare
hands. Clean any dirt or fingerprints with a soft cloth,
saturated with Isopropyl Alcohol.
1. Check the Harnesses.
2. Check the Connectors.
3. Check the Screws. If required, replace consumable parts.
1. Check and grease the required Gears and Shafts.
1. Check for belt looseness or abrasion.
2. Adjust the Idle Pulley.

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2.3.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Preventive Maintenance Points

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2.4.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Preventive Maintenance Check List

The chart outlined below is a general guideline for maintenance. The list is for an average usage of 50
transmitted and received documents per day. Needless to say, the environmental conditions and actual use
will vary these factors. The chart below is for reference only.

No.

Preventive
Maintenance
Parts

ADF Unit
1 Separation Rubber
2 Pickup Roller
3 ADF Roller
4 Feed Roller
Paper Feed Module
5 Pickup Roller
6

Separator Pad

Bias Transfer Roller


(BTR)

2nd Paper Feed Module


8 Pickup Roller
9

Separator Pad

Ref.
No.

Cleaning
Cycle
Method
(Sheet)

Replacement/Adjustment
Cycle
Procedure
(Sheet)

Ref.
Counter

547
414
417
516

10K
10K
10K
10K

Wet soft cloth


Wet soft cloth
Wet soft cloth
Wet soft cloth

50K
100K
100K
100K

Refer to
2.2.1. of the
Service
Manual

F7-08

1316

10K

Wet soft cloth

85K

1615

10K

Wet soft cloth

85K

Refer to
2.2.9. of the
Service
Manual
Refer to
2.2.10. of the
Service
Manual

F7-12

Refer to
2.2.12. of the
Service
Manual

F7-13

Refer to
2.2.8. of the
Service
Manual

F7-02

1503

10K

Dry soft cloth

85K

1733

10K

Wet soft cloth

85K

1812

10K

Wet soft cloth

85K

Fuser Unit
10 Fuser Unit

1117

85K

Note:
1. Wet Cloth represents a soft cloth saturated with water. For stubborn toner accumulation, wipe with a
soft cloth saturated with Isopropyl Alcohol first, then follow up with a soft cloth saturated with water.
2. The Maintenance Cycle is based on the Counter Information for each individual module.
To verify the counter information, print the Total Counter List using the Service Mode: F7 - Electronic
Counter - 00 (List Print).
3. Cleaning, Replacement and Adjustment Cycle (Sheet) are based on using Panasonic's recommended
standard paper and supplies. These cycles may vary with the kind of paper used, Paper size,
orientation, print duty, continuous/interval print and/or ambient conditions.
Total Counter View Mode on the LCD
The Total Counter can be displayed on the Panel Display by pressing "COPY SIZE" and "PAPER TRAY"
keys simultaneously in Standby mode for quick reference.

TOTAL COUNTER
1234
LCD Contrast Adjustment
Press holding the CLEAR key and press ORIGINAL SIZE key for Lighter or COPY SIZE key for
Darker.
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2.5.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Updating the Firmware

The Quickest and Most Easiest Method of Updating the Firmware is to use the Network Firmware
Program Tool (FUP) using Ethernet LAN Port and a Crossover Cable.
The Network FUP Tool version must be 3.XX or higher, and it can be found on the Panasonic Document
Management System CD-ROM included with the main unit or on the CD-ROM included with the PCL or
PS/PCL options.
Refer to the Firmware Update Operation Instructions, Service Notes (Section 8.1. of the Service
Manual) for additional details.

2.5.1.

Firmware Configuration

A. Hardware Configuration
This machine is controlled by two (2) CPUs which are located on the System Control (SC) PC Board
and the Scanner Control (Scanner).
Standard
Configuration

SC PC Board
On Board
PC
Ethernet Port

F-ROM
CPU

4 MB

(A)
(1)
Program

With PCL Option


Configuration
(B)
(2)
Program

With PS Option
Configuration
(D)
(5)
Program

4 MB

4 MB

4 MB

PC
USB Port

Slot 1 (CN327)

(C) 8MB
(3)
Program
2 MB
(a)

(E) 8MB
(6)
Program
(a)
4 MB

(4)

(7)

FRM8 PCB
8 MB

Font

Flash Memory
Card
4 MB or 8 MB

4 MB

(b)

Font
4 MB

(b)

SPC PC Board
F-ROM
CPU

2 MB

Scanner Control Program


Panel Control Program (Display & Key In)
Bitmap Data
Font Data

B. SC PC Board Firmware
The 4 MB Program Memory (F-ROM) is integrated on the SC PCB. An Optional Expansion 8 MB
Program Memory (FRM8 PCB) can be installed into SLOT 1.
The Firmware to be written into the 4 MB onboard and the 8 MB of SLOT 1 depends upon the
configuration of the Standard, PCL or PS Options.
(1) Standard
The Standard Program (1) is only written into the 4 MB onboard, which is assigned as ROM
Code (A).
(2) For PCL Option
The PCL Control Program (2) must be written into the 4 MB onboard, which is assigned as ROM
Code (B). The PCL Control Program (3) and PCL Font data (4) are written into the 8 MB in the
SLOT 1. The Firmware (3) and (4) are assigned as ROM Code (C).
When using 8 MB Flash Memory Card, the 8 MB Program (C) can be written onto one card.
When using 4 MB Flash Memory Card, the 8 MB program (C) must be divided onto 2 cards, one 4
MB card for the PCL Control Program (3) and one 4 MB card for the PCL Font data (4).
(3) For PS Option
The PS Control Program must be written into the 4 MB onboard, which is assigned as ROM Code
(D). The PS Control Program (6) and (7) are written into the 8 MB in the SLOT 1.
Both Firmwares (6) and (7) are assigned as ROM Code (E).
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MB card for the PS Control Program (6) and one 4 MB card for the PS Control Program (7).

C. SPC PC Board Firmware


The 2 MB Program Memory (F-ROM) is integrated on the SPC PCB. The Programs for Scanner
Control and Printer Control are saved on the Board. The Firmware is transferred as Serial Data
from the SC PCB.
D. Firmware Updating Ports
Three (3) types of Ports are available for updating the firmware.
(1) Ethernet LAN Port (The Quickest and Most Easiest Method)
The machine's Firmware can be updated from a PC via Local Area Network (LAN). Refer to the
Firmware Update Operation Instructions, Service Notes (Section 8.1. of the Service Manual) for
additional details.
(2) USB Port (Alternate)
The machine's Firmware can be updated from a PC via USB Port. The Master Firmware Card can
also be created from a PC using the USB Port. Refer to the Firmware Update Operation
Instructions, Service Notes (Section 8.1. of the Service Manual) for additional details.
(3) Flash Memory Card (Alternate)
The machine's Firmware can be updated using the Master Firmware Card. The Master Firmware
Card can be created by copying the Firmware from an existing machine's SC PCB using a 4 MB or
8 MB Flash Memory Card.
To update the SC, SPC and PNL PCB, 3 Flash Memory Cards are required for the Standard
configuration or 5 Flash Memory Cards for the PCL or PS/PCL configuration.

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2.5.2.

Updating through a LAN Port (The Quickest and Most Easiest Method)

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DP-180/190

The firmware code can be easily updated when the main unit is connected to a LAN.
The Network Firmware Update Tool can also be used by connecting to the machine using a crossover
cable, if the unit is not connected to a LAN.
1) Install the Network Firmware Update Tool to your PC
The option CD-ROM includes the Network Firmware Update Tool and the Main Unit Firmware Code.
Please refer to the following Operating Instructions to install the Network Firmware Update Tool.
The installation password is "workio".
Operating Instructions:
\xFirmware\Tools\NwFirmup\NwFirmup OI.pdf (Refer to the NW Firmware Update Tool OI on the CD)
Setup:
\xFirmware\Tools\NwFirmup\Setup\Setup.exe
2) Preparing the Firmware Code
Double click the appropriate Destination Shortcut Batch File and copy the Firmware Code File on the
CD-ROM to the Firmware Data Folder in your PC. Note that the files in the Archive will be extracted
automatically into the designated folder when the Archived file (.exe) is Double-clicked.
Example:
From:
Destination Shortcut Batch File: D:(CD-ROM Drive) \ xFirmware \ USA.bat
Firmware Code File:
UF-9000_AU_xxxxxxxx.exe or DP-190_180_xx_xxxxxxxx.exe
To:
Firmware Data Folder:
C:\ Panasonic \ Panasonic-FUP \ Data
3) Preparing the Main Unit for the Firmware Upgrade
Make sure the unit's Key Operator Password is the same as the tool's password.
Make sure the unit is in an idle state (e.g. not making copies, not printing, etc.).
4) Upgrading the Main Unit's Firmware Code
Start the Network Firmware Update Tool and select the following Firmware Code Folders in the
C:\Program Files\Panasonic\Panasonic-FUP\Data folder, and then follow the display instructions to
upgrade the Main Unit's Firmware Codes.
Parent Firmware File Folder
\ UF-9000_AU_xxxxxxxx

\ DP-190_180_xx_xxxxxxxx

Sub Firmware File Folder


\ SC_STD \ DX-TriAxVxxxxx_xx
\ SC_PCL \ DX-TriBxVxxxxx_xx
\ SC_PS \ DX-TriDxVxxxxx_xx
\ SPC \ DX-TRI-SAAVxxxxx
\ SC_STD \ DP-TriAxVxxxxx_xx
\ SC_PCL \ DP-TriBxVxxxxx_xx
\ SC_PS \ DP-TriDxVxxxxx_xx
\ SPC \ DX-Tri-SAAVxxxxx

Transferring Order
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2

When you select the Parent Folder, the following


Firmware Type window appears. Proper Sub File Folders
are selected automatically by selecting the Firmware
Type.
The transferring order is set up automatically.

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Note:
1. Manual mode must be used, when updating the designated version of the firmware or changing
the type of the firmware.
Please refer to the Section 2.2, "Setting up the Network Firmware Update Tool, File Selection
Tab" of the Operating Instructions.
2. While updating the firmware code, the display may become garbled, however, it will return to
normal upon completion of the firmware update.
3. If the firmware update fails and the unit does not boot up, the Network Firmware Update Tool will
not be able to transfer the firmware code. If this occurs, please refer to the next section "Updating
through the USB Port" and use the Local Firmware Update Tool to recover the unit.
4. The suffix "_xx" for the Folder Name or File Name may not exist depending on the destination
location.

2.5.3.

Updating through USB Port (Alternate Method)

If the device is not connected to the LAN, upgrade the firmware code using the USB Port.
1) Install the Local Firmware Update Tool to your PC
The option CD-ROM includes the Local Firmware Update Tool and the Main Unit Firmware Code.
Please refer to the following Operating Instructions to install the Local Firmware Update Tool.
Operating Instructions:
\xFirmware\Tools\Firmup\FIRMUP OI.pdf (Refer to the Local Firmware Update Tool OI on the CD)
Setup:
\xFirmware\Tools\Firmup\Setup\Setup.exe
2) Preparing the Firmware Code
Double click the appropriate Destination Shortcut Batch File and copy the Firmware Code File on the
CD-ROM to the Firmware Data Folder in your PC. Note that the files in the Archive will be extracted
automatically into the designated folder when the Archived file (.exe) is Double-clicked.
Example:
From:
Destination Shortcut Batch File: D:(CD-ROM Drive) \ xFirmware \ USA.bat
Firmware Code File:
UF-9000_AU_xxxxxxxx.exe or DP-190_180_xx_xxxxxxxx.exe
To:
Firmware Data Folder:
C:\ Panasonic \ Panasonic-FUP \ Data
3) Preparing the Main Unit for the Firmware Upgrade
Important: DO NOT connect the USB Cable yet.
Enter into Test Mode F9-07-01 to enable the unit to accept the programming code from the USB Port.
Now connect the USB Cable between the Unit and PC.
Repeat the above steps if there are additional firmware code files to be updated.

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4) Upgrading the Main Unit's Firmware Code


Start the Local Firmware Update Tool and select the following Firmware Code Parent File Folder in
the C:\Panasonic\Panasonic-FUP\Data folder, and select the Firmware Code Type then follow the
display instructions to upgrade the Main Unit's Firmware Codes.
You must process each firmware file separately in this manner and sequence.
Parent Firmware File Folder
\ UF-9000_AU_xxxxxxxx

Sub Firmware File Folder


\ SC_STD \ DX-TriAxVxxxxx_xx
\ SC_PCL \ DX-TriBxVxxxxx_xx

\ SC_PS \ DX-TriDxVxxxxx_xx

\ DP-190_180_xx_xxxxxxxx

\ SPC \ DX-TRI-SAAVxxxxx
\ SC_STD \ DP-TriAxVxxxxx_xx
\ SC_PCL \ DP-TriBxVxxxxx_xx

\ SC_PS \ DP-TriDxVxxxxx_xx

\ SPC \ DX-Tri-SAAVxxxxx

Firmware File
DX-TriAxVxxxxx_xx.bin
DX-TriBxVxxxxx_xx.bin
DX-TriCxVxxxxxa_xx.bin
DX-TriCxVxxxxxb.bin
DX-TriDxVxxxxx_xx.bin
DX-TriExVxxxxxa_xx.bin
DX-TriExVxxxxxb.bin
DX-TRI-SAAVxxxxx.bin
DP-TriAxVxxxxx_xx.bin
DP-TriBxVxxxxx_xx.bin
DP-TriCxVxxxxxa_xx.bin
DP-TriCxVxxxxxb.bin
DP-TriDxVxxxxx_xx.bin
DP-TriExVxxxxxa_xx.bin
DP-TriExVxxxxxb.bin
DX-TRI-SAAVxxxxx.bin

Transferring
Order
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-1
1-2
1-3
2
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-1
1-2
1-3
2

When you select the Parent Folder, the following Firmware Type
window appears. Proper Firmware Files are selected automatically by
selecting the Firmware Type.
The transferring order is set up automatically.

Note:
1. While updating the firmware code, the display may become garbled, however, it will return to
normal upon completion of the firmware update.
2. Please refer to the service manual for additional details.
3. The suffix "_xx" for the Folder Name or File Name may not exist depending on the destination
location.

2.5.4.

Updating the Firmware using the Master Firmware Card (Alternate Method)

1. Before starting, print the F5/F6 Parameters List (Copy Service Mode F9-03-00).
2. Turn the Power Switch on the left side of the machine to the OFF position. (During a Lightning
Storm, to prevent electrocution disconnect the Telephone Line Cable first before unplugging the AC
Power Cord.)
3. Install the appropriate Master Firmware Card into the machine.
4. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the ON position.
5. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
6. Perform the Copy Service Mode F9-07-00 (Update From Master Card).
7. The firmware is copied into the machine.
8. After the update is completed, the machine reboots itself and returns to standby.
9. Turn the Power Switch on the left side of the machine to the OFF position.
10. Remove the Master Firmware Card from the machine.
11. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the ON position.

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12. Reprogram the F5 & F6 Parameters according to the lists printed in Step 1 above if the settings are
other than factory default.
Note:
After the update is completed, the machine reboots itself and returns to standby mode.
Repeat the above steps if there are additional firmware code files to be updated.
Confirm that the update was successfully completed by checking the Firmware Version with F9
Parameters F9-02-xx.
Caution:
If the unit does not boot up properly in step 8, refer to 2.5.8. (Firmware Emergency Recovery)

2.5.5.

Creating a Master Firmware Card

A. Utilizing the Firmware Update Kit


1) Install the Local Firmware Update Tool to your PC
The option CD-ROM includes the Local Firmware Update Tool and the Main Unit Firmware Code.
Please refer to the following Operating Instructions to install the Local Firmware Update Tool.
Operating Instructions:
\xFirmware\Tools\Firmup\FIRMUP OI.pdf (Refer to the Local Firmware Update Tool OI on the CD)
Setup:
\xFirmware\Tools\Firmup\Setup\Setup.exe
2) Preparing the Firmware Code
Double click the appropriate Destination Shortcut Batch File and copy the Firmware Code File on the
CD-ROM to the Firmware Data Folder in your PC. Note that the files in the Archive will be extracted
automatically into the designated folder when the Archived file (.exe) is Double-clicked.
Example:
From:
Destination Shortcut Batch File: D:(CD-ROM Drive) \ xFirmware \ USA.bat
Firmware Code File:
UF-9000_AU_xxxxxxxx.exe or DP-190_180_xx_xxxxxxxx.exe
To:
Firmware Data Folder:
C:\ Panasonic \ Panasonic-FUP \ Data
3) Preparing the Main Unit for the Programming Master Firmware Card
Important: DO NOT connect the USB Cable yet.
1. Turn the Power Switch on the left side of the machine to the OFF position. (During a Lightning
Storm, to prevent electrocution disconnect the Telephone Line Cable first before unplugging the AC
Power Cord.)
2. Insert/Remove the Flash Memory Card (4 MB or 8 MB) into/from the machine.
3. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the ON position.
4. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
5. Perform the Update Program Card Mode F9-09 (Update Program Card).
The unit is now ready to accept the firmware code from the USB Port.
Now connect the USB Cable between the Unit and PC.
(Refer to the Local Firmware Update Tool OI on the CD)
Repeat the above steps if there are additional master firmware cards to be programmed.

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B. Copying the Firmware from an Existing Machine using a Flash Memory Card (4 MB or 8 MB)
1. Turn the Power Switch on the left side of the machine to the OFF position. (During a Lightning
Storm, to prevent electrocution disconnect the Telephone Line Cable first before unplugging the AC
Power Cord.)
2. Install a Flash Memory Card (4 MB or 8 MB) into the machine.
3. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the ON position.
4. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
5. Perform the Copy Service Mode F9-08 (Program Backup).
6. The firmware is copied into the Flash Memory Card.
7. After the backup is completed, press "STOP" first and then press "FUNCTION" + "CLEAR" keys
simultaneously to return to standby.
8. Turn the Power Switch on the left side of the machine to the OFF position.
9. Remove the Master Firmware Card that you just created from the machine.
10. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the ON position.
11. Use this Master Firmware Card to update the firmware on other machines.

2.5.6.

Erasing the Master Firmware Card

1. Turn the Power Switch on the left side of the machine to the OFF position. (During a Lightning
Storm, to prevent electrocution disconnect the Telephone Line Cable first before unplugging the AC
Power Cord.)
2. Install the Master Firmware Card into the machine.
3. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the ON position.
4. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
5. Perform the Service Mode F9-09 (Update Program Card).
6. After the Flash Memory Card is erased, machine prompts READY TO PROGRAM PRESS SET TO
START. Press STOP.
7. Press "STOP" first and then press "FUNCTION" + "CLEAR" keys simultaneously to return to
standby.
8. Turn the Power Switch on the left side of the machine to the OFF position.
9. Remove the blank Flash Memory Card from the machine.
10. Repeat from Step 2 above if you are erasing another Master Firmware Card.

2.5.7.

Notice after installing the HDD option

After the Hard Disk Drive Unit is installed, to prevent a Scan Disk Function from being performed (similar
to Windows OS when the power is abruptly interrupted), it is important to follow the step sequence below
when turning OFF the Power Switch on the machine.
1. If the machine is in the "ENERGY SAVER (Shutdown Mode)", you may turn the Power Switch on
the Left Side of the machine to the OFF position. If it is not in the "ENERGY SAVER (Shutdown
Mode)", continue to step 2 below.
2. Press "FUNCTION" and "ENERGY SAVER" keys simultaneously first.
3. Wait approximately 10 seconds while the machine writes the closing status onto the Hard Disk Drive
Unit and advances into ENERGY SAVER MODE.
4. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to the OFF position.
5. Unplug the AC Power Cord. (During a Lightning Storm, to prevent electrocution disconnect the
Telephone Line Cable first before unplugging the AC Power Cord.)
6. After finishing the installation of the Hard Disk Drive, please go over the above Power Down
procedure with the customer to avoid the Scan Disk Function from being performed (indicated by
SCANNING HARD DISK message on the display), and customer inquiries related to abrupt Power
Off.
7. Reconnect the Telephone Line Cable if it was disconnected.

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Firmware Emergency Recovery

The easiest method to recover the firmware in an Emergency Recovery routine is to use the Master
Firmware Flash Card method (1 Flash Card required).
Whichever method you select, it is easier to restore the machine's firmware to the Standard (AAV) Type
first as it only requires 1 file (SC) to bring the machine to initial working condition.
Note:
It is not possible to recover the SPC using this method.
After recovering, if optional PCL or PS/PCL firmware is required, use the Network Firmware Update Tool
or the Local Firmware Update Tool to update the firmware to the required level.
If the unit does not boot up properly, follow the steps below:
1. Turn the power Off.
Before proceeding to the next step, you must create the Master Firmware Flash Cards (read the
appropriate sections first 3.5.5).
2. Turn the power On while holding the [ENERGY SAVER] button.
3. When the green lamp on the front panel turns On, release the [ENERGY SAVER] button.
The unit is now ready to accept the firmware code from Master Firmware Card.
Repeat the above steps if there are additional firmware code files to be updated.

2.5.9.

Firmware Version
SC

DX-TRI A A Vxxxxx (a) AU


DP-TRI A A Vxxxxx (a) AU
Destination Code (Fax)
AU : USA/Canada
AB : UK
Destination Code (Copier)
PU : USA/Canada
PB : UK
Division Soft
(When it is divided into (a) and (b))
Firmware Version (V1xxxx)
Language Code
A : A-English, C-French & Spanish
B : A-English, Spanish & Portuguese
b : English, French & Spanish
g : German, French & Italian
etc.
Firmware Type
A : Standard
B, C, D, E : Optional
Model Number

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SPC

DX-TRI S A A Vxxxxx
Firmware Version (V1xxxx)
AA: Fixed
SPC

Model Number

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2.6.

Adjusting the Printer Registration, LSU Image Side to Side

UF-9000
DP-180/190

When installing the Paper Tray option, the following LSU Image Side to Side adjustment may be required.
The Printer registration is adjusted at the factory.
If copy image is abnormal, especially in the Rotation Copy mode, adjust it by the following procedure.

2.6.1.

Printer Registration

1. Insert Letter or A4 size paper into the 1st tray and change the tray setting to the appropriate paper
size. Empty all the remaining trays (including the bypass tray) to disable them.
2. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
3. Perform the Service Mode F1-03 (Print Test Pattern 1).
4. Check the gap of the print pattern from the paper edge, refer to the Figure below.
5. Perform the Service Mode F6-04 (Printer Registration) to adjust the gap to be 5 mm.
6. If the gap is less than 5 mm, input a (-) value. If more than 5 mm, input a (+) value.
8. Press "STOP" first and then press "FUNCTION" + "CLEAR" keys simultaneously to return to
standby.
<Figure>
Two lines are printed on the top (Lead edge).
For Letter or A4, place as Portrait.

5 mm
Top (Lead edge)
Two lines are printed

5 mm

5 mm

Two lines are printed

2.6.2.

LSU Image Side to Side Adjustment for the Tray

1. Insert Letter or A4 size paper into the 1st tray and change the tray setting to the appropriate paper
size. Empty all the remaining trays (including the bypass tray) to disable them.
Note:
Do not pull out the 1st tray to disable it when adjusting the 2nd tray. The 1st tray is required as it acts
as a paper path for the paper in the 2nd tray.
2. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
3. Perform the Service Mode F1-03 (Print Test Pattern 1).
4. Check the gap of the print pattern from the paper edge, refer to the Figure above.
5. Perform the Service Mode F6-10 to F6-12, to adjust the gap to be 5 mm.
6. If the gap is less than 5 mm, input a (+) value. If more than 5 mm, input a (-) value.
7. Proceed the above steps for other Tray.
8. Press "STOP" first and then press "FUNCTION" + "CLEAR" keys simultaneously to return to
standby.

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2.6.3.

LSU Image Side to Side Adjustment for the ADU

UF-9000
DP-180/190

1. Insert Letter or A4 size paper into the 1st tray and change the tray setting to the appropriate paper
size. Empty all the remaining trays (including the bypass tray) to disable them.
2. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
3. Perform the Service Mode F1-06 (Print Test Pattern 4).
4. Check the gap of the print pattern from the paper edge, refer to the Figure above.
5. Perform the Service Mode F6-16 (ADU Side Adjust), to adjust the gap to be 5 mm.
6. If the gap is less than 5 mm, input a (+) value. If more than 5 mm, input a (-) value.
7. Press "STOP" first and then press "FUNCTION" + "CLEAR" keys simultaneously to return to
standby.

2.6.4.

Original Registration & CCD Read Adjustments

1. Place the Original Document on the Platen Scanner.


2. Insert Letter or A4 size paper into the 1st tray and change the tray setting to the appropriate paper
size. Empty all the remaining trays (including the bypass tray) to disable them.
3. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
4. Perform the Service Mode F2 (Single Copy Test).
5. Check the Image size of the Copy and the Original as Portrait.
6. Perform the Service Mode F6-03 (Original Registration), to adjust the Original Registration.
7. If the gap is smaller than the Original, input a (-) value. If bigger than the Original, input a (+) value.
8. Perform the Service Mode F6-53 (CCD Read Position), to adjust the CCD Read for the side
position.
9. If the gap is smaller than the Original, input a (+) value. If bigger than the Original, input a (-) value.
10. Press "STOP" first and then press "FUNCTION" + "CLEAR" keys simultaneously to return to
standby.

2.6.5.

ADF Original Read Edge & ADF Main Scan Adjustments

1. Place the Original Document on the ADF.


2. Insert Letter or A4 size paper into the 1st tray and change the tray setting to the appropriate paper
size. Empty all the remaining trays (including the bypass tray) to disable them.
3. Press FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE keys and then Key 3 on the keypad sequentially.
4. Perform the Service Mode F2 (Single Copy Test).
5. Check the Image size of the Copy and the Original as Portrait.
6. Perform the Service Mode F6-91 (Original Read Edge ADF), to adjust the ADF Original Read Edge.
7. If the gap is less than the Original, input a (+) value. If bigger than the Original, input a (-) value.
8. Perform the Service Mode F6-90 (ADF Image Read Start), to adjust the ADF Main Scan for Side
position.
9. If the gap is less than the Original, input a (+) value. If bigger than the Original, input a (-) value.
10. Press "STOP" first and then press "FUNCTION" + "CLEAR" keys simultaneously to return to
standby.

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3 Troubleshooting
3.1.

Error Codes (For Copier)

The self-diagnostic functions detect troubles in the important components of the copier. When trouble
occurs, the copier stops.
Note:
Some Codes are not used in the UF-9000/DP-180/190, and are reserved for future use.

3.1.1.

User Error Codes (U Code)

U20
U21
U90
U52
U01
U13 / U16

Note:
Uxx and a message will appear on the Panel Display.

Code
U01

U13

U16
U20

U21
U52
U90

User Error Codes (U Code) Table


Item
Check Points
CLOSE FRONT COVER
1. Front Cover is open.
2. Front Cover Sensor is disconnected.
3. Front Cover Sensor is defective.
4. LVPS connector is disconnected.
5. LVPS is defective.
6. Engine PCB is defective.
TONER IS RUNNING LOW
1. Toner Cartridge is incorrectly installed.
or
2. Low Toner.
OUT OF TONER
3. Toner Sensor is disconnected.
4. Toner Sensor is defective.
5. Engine PCB connector is disconnected.
6. Engine PCB is defective.
NO CARTRIDGE
1. No Toner Cartridge.
CLOSE ADF COVER
1. ADF Cover is open.
2. ADF is not installed correctly.
3. ADF Cover Sensor is disconnected.
4. ADF Cover Sensor is defective.
5. LVPS connector is disconnected.
6. LVPS is defective.
CLOSE PLATEN COVER
While the copier is initializing, the ADF Cover was
opened.
SCANNER SELF-CHECK
1. SC/SPC PCB connector is disconnected.
2. SC/SPC PCB is defective.
REPLACE BATTERY
Backup Battery is wearing out.

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3.1.1.1.

Low Toner Messages / Operation


The Toner Cartridge Yield is approximately 5,000 pages using Letter or A4 size paper and 5% Black
coverage, however, the maximum yield will not exceed 6,000 pages.
The machine controls the printer to maintain good print quality by controlling the Bias Voltage with the Low
Toner Sensor and the Print Counter.
There are three Toner warning LCD Displays:
LCD 1: [TONER IS RUNNING LOW: U13]
Low Toner sensor detects Low Toner or the machine has printed 5,500 pages.
Preparing a new cartridge for replacement is recommended.
LCD 2: [WARNING TONER LOW LESS THAN 50 PAGES]
450 pages have been printed since the LCD 1 appeared.
Replacement with the new cartridge is recommended.
LCD 3: [OUT OF TONER: U13]
50 pages have been printed after LCD 2 appeared or 6,000 pages have been printed.
Replace with the new cartridge.
When replacing with a New Cartridge, perform the steps below to reset the Print Counter.
1. Press "FUNCTION" key.
2. Press "1" or the "Arrow" key to enter "GENERAL SETTINGS".
3. Press "SET" key.
4. Press "4" to enter "04 TONER REPLACEMENT PRESS SET TO SELECT".
5. Press "SET" key, then "TONER REPLACEMENT? 1:Yes 2:No".
6. Press "1" key to reset the Print Counter.
7. Press "STOP" key to return to the Standby mode.

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3.1.2.

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Jam Error Codes (J Code)

B
C

Section
A
B
C

Code
J00
J01
J02
J43
J44
J70
J71
J79
J80
J82
J83
J90
J91
J92
J93

Jam Location
ADF
Paper Transport / Exit Area
Paper Entry Area

Jam Error Codes (J Codes) Table


Contents
Section
The Registration Sensor did not detect paper within a predetermined time after paper
C
started feeding. (Sheet Bypass)
The Registration Sensor did not detect paper within a predetermined time after the
C
Paper Feed Roller started rotating. (1st Feeder Unit)
The Registration Sensor does not detect paper within a predetermined time after the
C
Paper Feed Roller started rotating. (2nd Feeder Unit)
The Exit Sensor does not detect paper within a predetermined time after the Fuser
B, C
Unit Paper Exit Sensor is activated.
The Exit Sensor keeps detecting paper after a predetermined time.
B, C
Read Point Sensor does not go ON within 10 seconds after the original starts feeding.
A
(Information Code 030 is printed on the Transaction Journal instead.)
Original was longer than 78.7 in (2m).
A
(Information Code 031 or 032 is printed on the Transaction Journal instead.)
The ADF Read Point Sensor keeps detecting paper in the ADF.
A
The Automatic Duplex Unit (ADU) Entrance Sensor does not detect paper within a
C
predetermined time.
C
The ADU Exit Sensor does not detect paper within a predetermined time after ADU
Middle Sensor is activated.
The ADU Entrance Sensor keeps detecting paper after a predetermined time has
C
lapsed.
The PRINT signal is not received within 1 minute after the FEED signal is received.
The Paper Tray was pulled out when feeding a paper.
C
The Front Cover was opened when feeding a paper.
C
The paper remained in the ADF.
A

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DP-180/190

Copy / Print Over Flow / Flow


Service Mode F5-10: Exit Tray Limitation (Paper Stack Limitation)
0: None
1: 150 Sheets/Accumulate
2: 150 Sheets/Job
Select 1 or 2
Copy or Print

Is the job larger than 150


pages?

FAX/EMAIL
No

Normal Function

Yes
Stop printing when 150 pages
print out
1
COPY, PRINT mode
EXIT TRAY FULL:
EMPTY & PRESS START
FAX/EMAIL, SCAN mode
EXIT TRAY FULL:
PRESS COPY

No
Warning Display

STOP

Cancel Job?

START

Yes

Print the Remaining Job


Pages

Job Clear

1 If next Job is performed at this point in time


Copy
Copy or Print
Cancel "Pi Pi Pi" Sound
Print
*1
Is Sort Memory Space
Available?
Yes
Wait for Previous Job to
Complete

No

Time Out -> Error Display on


Print Queue Screen

*1 : Same Function as when the next


print job is received in Queue during
Paper Jam

F5-10: [2]
After Pending Job is
Completed, Printing Will Start
F5-10: [1]

Start Print Count from 0


Add the Previous Page of a Job
as Accumulative Print Count

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Mechanical Error Codes (E Code)


E1: Optical Unit Error

Code
Function
E1- 01 Abnormal Platen Glass
Scanning

E1- 22 Polygon Motor Synchronization

E1- 31 Scanning Lamp


(does not turn On)

Check Points
1. Home Position Sensor connector is disconnected.
2. Home Position Sensor is defective.
3. Scanner Motor connector is disconnected.
4. Scanner Motor is defective.
5. Scanning Mechanism is defective.
6. SPC PCB connector is disconnected.
7. SPC PCB is defective.
8. LVPS is defective.
1. Engine PCB connector is disconnected.
2. Engine PCB is defective.
3. Laser Unit is defective.
4. LVPS connectors is disconnected.
5. LVPS is defective.
6. SC PCB is defective.
1. Scanning Lamp connector is disconnected.
2. Scanning Lamp is defective.
3. SPC PCB connector is disconnected.
4. SPC PCB is defective.
5. SC PCB is defective.

E2: Lift DC Motor Error


Code
Function
E2 Not Applicable

Code
Function
E3- 20 Main Motor Rotation

Check Points
-

E3: Development System Error


Check Points
1. Drive Mechanism is defective.
2. Main Motor connector is disconnected.
3. Main Motor is defective.
4. Engine PCB connector is disconnected.
5. Engine PCB is defective.
6. LVPS is defective.

E4: Fuser Unit Error


Code
Function
E4- 01 Fuser Warm-up Temperature

Check Points
1. Fuser Thermistor is dirty.
2. Thermistor position is incorrect.
3. Fuser temperature is low.
4. Thermistor is defective.
5. Fuser Lamp connector is disconnected.
6. Fuser Thermostat is defective.
7. Fuser Lamp is defective.
8. Engine PCB connector is disconnected.
9. Engine PCB is defective.

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E4: Fuser Unit Error


Code
Function
E4- 10 Exhaust Fan Motor Rotation
(Fuser Unit Side)

Check Points
1. Exhaust Fan connector is disconnected.
2. Exhaust Fan is defective.
3. LVPS connector is disconnected.
4. LVPS is defective.
5. Engine PCB is defective.
E5: System Error

Code
Function
E5- 05 SPC Firmware Failure
E5- 11 Thermistor, Toner Sensor
E5- 12 Main CPU/SPC Interface Error

Check Points
1. SPC PCB is defective.
1. SC/Engine PCB connector is disconnected.
2. SC/Engine PCB is defective.
1. SC/SPC PCB connector is disconnected.
2. SC/SPC PCB is defective.

E7: Optional Unit Error


Code
Function
E7- 90 Hardware Key Error

Check Points
Incorrect Hardware Key is installed.

E13: Low Toner or Out of Toner


Code
Function
Check Points
E13 TONER IS RUNNING LOW
1. Toner Cartridge is incorrectly installed.
or
2. Out of Toner.
OUT OF TONER
3. Low Toner Sensor is disconnected.
4. Low Toner Sensor is defective.
5. Engine PCB connector is disconnected.
6. Engine PCB is defective.
Note:
These error codes will appear only when the optional accessories are installed.

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Information Code Table (For Facsimile)

Code
001

Mode
RCV
COPY

002

RCV
COPY

007

RCV
COPY

008
010

RCV
COPY

011

STANDBY

012

RCV

017
030

XMT

031

045

XMT
COPY
STANDBY
RCV
COPY
STANDBY
RCV
COPY
STANDBY

060

041

043

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Fax Information Codes


Phase
Description of Problem
Cause
C, D Leading edge of the recording
Recording paper jam.
paper fails to reach the Timing
Timing Sensor abnormal.
Sensor. (1st Tray)
C, D Leading edge of the recording
Recording paper jam.
paper fails to reach the Timing
Timing Sensor abnormal.
Sensor. (2nd Tray)
C, D 1. Leading edge of the recording Recording paper jam.
paper fails to reach the Paper Paper Exit Sensor abnormal.
Exit Sensor.
2. Recording paper has not
completely passed the Paper
Exit Sensor.
Paper Tray is opened while paper Paper Tray is opened.
is feeding.
B, C No recording paper.
No recording paper or paper is not set
properly.
No Paper Sensor is defective.
B, C Paper Tray is not installed
Connector is not installed properly.
properly.
C, D The length of the received
Transmitter Document Jam.
document is over 2 m.
Incorrect paper size loaded in the Paper size is incorrect.
Paper Tray.
B
Read Point Sensor does not go
Document is not set properly.
ON within 10 seconds after the
Defective Read Point Sensor.
document starts feeding.
C
Transmitting document was longer The document may jam.
than 2 meter (or 78.7 in).
Defective Read Point Sensor.
B, C, D Out of Toner.
No toner.
Defective Low Toner Sensor.
B, C, D Low Toner.

Toner is getting low.


Defective Low Toner Sensor.

No Toner Cartridge.

Printer Cover is open.

061

ADF Door is open.

400

XMT

T1 timer (35 5 sec.) elapsed


without detecting 300 bps signal.

Toner Cartridge has not been installed.


Defective Toner Cartridge Sensor.
Cover is not firmly closed.
Connectors are not firmly connected.
Door is not firmly closed.
Connectors are not firmly connected.
Incorrect number was dialed and the
START button was pushed.
Telephone line was disconnected while
dialing.
SC PCB (Modem) or MJR PCB are
defective.
Receiver is defective. (It may only be
transmitting CED)

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Code
401

Mode
XMT

402

XMT

403

RCV
(Polling)

404

XMT

405

XMT

406

RCV
(Password
Comm.)

407

XMT

408

XMT

409

XMT

410

RCV

411

RCV
(Polling)

412

G3 RX

414

RCV
(Polling)

Fax Information Codes


Phase
Description of Problem
Cause
B
DCN was returned from receiver Your machine's ID Number is not
while transmitter is waiting for CFR programmed.
or FTT.
Possible incompatibility or incorrect
Password.
B
DCN was returned from receiver Receiver working in non-CCITT mode
while transmitter is waiting for
only. (Possible incompatibility)
NSF/DIS.
B
Transmitter had no polling
"POLLED=ON" (polling XMT ready) is
function.
not set at the transmitter.
Document to be transmitted is not
placed at the transmitter.
B
Transmitter sent NSS (or DCS)
Receiver is defective. (Modem)
followed by TCF three times, but SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
the receiver did not respond. (CFR Receiver disconnects line during first
or FTT is usually returned)
NSS (or DCS) is transmitted.
B
Transmitter received FTT after it Line quality is poor. (TCF is damaged
transmitted TCF at 2400bps.
due to line noise)
Received RTN after
Receiver is defective. (Modem, etc.)
communicating at 2400 bps.
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
B
XMT-Password mismatched.
XMT, RCV password does not match.
RCV-Password mismatched.
Last 4 digits of TSI does not match with
Selective RCV incomplete.
the last 4 digits of ONE-TOUCH, ABBR
telephone number.
D
Transmitter received no response Receiver is defective. (No paper, paper
after it transmitted post message, jamming, etc.)
such as EOP, MPS, EOM, etc...or Receiver ceased receiving because of
received DCN.
excessive error. (Line quality is poor)
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
D
Transmitter received RTN after it Receiver receives data with error. (Line
transmitted EOP, MPS, or EOM.
quality is poor)
Receiver is defective. (Modem, etc.)
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
D
Transmitter receives PIN after it
Receiver receives data with error due to
transmitted a post message, such poor line quality, and receiving operator
as EOP, MPS, EOM, etc.
requests voice contact.
Receiver is defective. (Modem, etc.)
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
D
Received DCN while waiting for
Interface or line is faulty.
post command. (EOP, MPS, EOM, Transmitter is defective.
etc.)
B
Received DCN after transmitting Transmitter is not ready for polling
NSC.
communication.
Password does not match between
transmitter and receiver.
B, D No response within 12 seconds in Transmitter is defective.
NSS/DCS/MPS wait state. (After SC PCB is defective.
transmitting FTT)
B
No response received after
Password does not match between
transmitting 3rd NSC.
transmitter and receiver.
Transmitter is defective. (No original,
document jam, etc.)

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Code
415

416

417

418

420

421
422
427
434

436
456

457

459

490

494

495

Fax Information Codes


Mode
Phase
Description of Problem
Cause
XMT
B
Remote side attempted to receive Inform the remote side that your
(Polling)
message from your machine in
machine does not have the polling
polling communication.
transmission feature.
RCV
D
Receiver did not detect post
Transmitter is defective.
command, such as EOP, MPS,
Line quality is poor. (RTC signal is
EOM, etc.
distorted due to line noise)
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
RCV
C
Receiver returned RTN in
Line quality is poor. (There are
response to post message.
excessive errors in received data)
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
RCV
C
Receiver transmitted PIN in
Line quality is poor. (There are
response to PRI-Q from
excessive errors in received data)
transmitter. (Transmitting operator SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
requests voice contact)
RCV
B
T1 timer (35 sec.) elapsed without Incorrect incoming call type (voice).
detecting 300 bps signal.
(Non-facsimile communication)
Transmitter is defective.
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
RCV
B
Busy Tone is detected after
Remote station disconnected the line.
sending NSF Signal.
Wrong number is dialed.
XMT
B
Content of NSF (or DIS) or NSC
There is an incompatibility.
(or DTC) was invalid.
G3
B
DCN received to NSF/CSI/DIS
The interface is incompatible.
RCV
transmitted.
XMT or RCV
B
CD (response from Modem) did
Remote unit is defective.
not turn OFF within 180 sec. after SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
receiver detected FLAG signal.
G3 RX
C
DCN received after transmitting
Transmitter is defective or incompatible.
FTT.
Line quality is poor.
RCV
B
Received relay transfer request or
confidential document to distribute
to an end receiving station or all
confidential mailboxes are used.
RELAY XMT
B
Remote unit does not have
CONF. XMT/
Relayed XMT or Confidential
POLL
Comm. capability.
RCV
C
Failed training in Phase C.
Line quality is poor. (Training signal is
distorted due to line noise)
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
RCV
C
Sum of error lines exceeded the
Line quality is poor.
limit (Function Parameter No. 70) SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
of 64 lines.
RCV
C
Interval between two EOLs was
Transmitter is defective.
more than 10 sec. when receiver Line quality is poor. (EOL is damaged
received message data.
due to line noise)
SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
XMT
C
During reception, CD turned OFF Line is disconnected.
RCV
or continued ON for long time.
Transmitter is defective.
During communication, lost loop - SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
current.

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Code
496

Mode
XMT

501

XMT/
RCV(V.34)
XMT/
RCV(V.34)

502

503

Fax Information Codes


Phase
Description of Problem
Cause
C
CS of modem is not able to turn
FXB PCB is defective.
ON.
B
Remote unit does not have
compatible Modem.
B, C, D During reception, CD turned OFF Line is disconnected.
or continued ON for long time.
Transmitter is defective.
During communication, lost loop - SC PCB or FXB PCB are defective.
current.
B, C, D CS of modem is not able to turn
FXB PCB is defective.
ON during training.
Line is disconnected.
B
Polling is rejected from the remote No polling original is set.
station.
B
Polling XMT is rejected.
No polling original is set.

540

XMT/
RCV(V.34)
RCV/V.34
(Polling)
XMT/V.34
(Polling)
XMT ECM

541

XMT ECM

542

XMT ECM

543

XMT ECM

544

XMT ECM

550

RCV ECM

554

RCV ECM

555

RCV ECM

570

RCV

571

XMT

580

XMT

581

XMT

582

XMT

601

XMT

623

XMT

504
505

No response after transmitting 3rd


CTC or DCN received.
No response after transmitting 3rd
EOR or received DCN.
No response to the 3rd RR
transmitted or received DCN.
T5 timer (60 sec.) elapsed without
MCF.
Stopped Transmission after EOR
Transmission.
Timer between frames in phase C
has elapsed.
Transmitted ERR after receiving
EOR.
Transmitted PIN after receiving
EOR.
Password or machine code did not
match during remote diagnostic
communication.
Remote unit did not have the
remote diagnostic function.
Sub-address transmission to a unit
that has their DIS bit 49 (NSF bit
155) OFF.
Sub-address Password
transmission to a unit that has their
DIS bit 50 (NSF bit 156) OFF.
Sub-address SEP (for Polling)
transmission to a unit that has their
DIS bit 47 (NSF bit 130) OFF.
ADF Door was opened during ADF
transmission.
No original was in the ADF. (Builtin dialer engaged)

Incompatible interface.
Line is faulty.
FXB PCB abnormal.
Remote unit is abnormal.
Remote unit is abnormal.
Line is faulty.
FXB PCB abnormal.
Defective remote station.
Line is faulty.
Line is faulty and Operator Call
requested by RX side.

Sub-address transmission to a unit that


has no Sub-address function.
Sub-address transmission to a unit that
has no Sub-address function.
Sub-address transmission to a unit that
has no Sub-address function.

Operator removed the original from the


ADF after dialing was completed.
Original was not set properly in the ADF.

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Code
630

631
634

638

711

712

714

715

716

717
718

719

720
721

Fax Information Codes


Mode
Phase
Description of Problem
Cause
XMT or RCV
B
Redial count over.
No dial tone detected. Sensor dial tone
(Polling)
is not detected. (destination dependent)
Busy tone is detected. (destination
dependent) T1 timer (35 5 sec.)
elapsed without a signal from the
receiver.
XMT
A
"STOP" button was pressed during
Auto Dialing.
XMT
B
Redial count over with no
Telephone line cable is disconnected.
response or busy tone was not
Wrong number is dialed.
detected.
SC or FXB PCB is abnormal.
Note:
U.S.A. and Canadian models
will redial only once if a busy
tone is not detected.
XMT
LAN Power turned Off with applicable Power switched off.
data in memory or during
Power failure occurred.
communication.
RCV
LAN Incorrect LDAP settings.
LDAP Server Name, LDAP Login
Name, LDAP Password and/or LDAP
Search Base are incorrect.
XMT
LAN Unknown email address replied
Mail Server received an incorrect email
from the Mail Server.
address. (Dependent on Server's Mail
application)
XMT
LAN LAN Interface error.
The 10Base-T/100Base-TX cable is not
RCV
Cannot logon to the LAN.
connected.
An unexpected LAN problem occurred.
Check the SC PCB connector.
XMT
LAN TCP/IP connection timed out.
Incorrect IP Address is set.
Verify the IP Address, Default Router IP
Address, SMTP Server IP Address.
XMT
LAN Cannot logon to the LAN.
Incorrect SMTP Server IP Address is
set.
No email application is activated on the
Mail Server.
XMT
LAN Incomplete SMTP Protocol
Mail Servers hard disk may be full.
transmission.
Mail Server is defective.
XMT
LAN Page Memory Overflow occurred Check the document size and
while receiving printing data. The resolution.
paper size selected within your
Ask originator to re-send in a supported
application to print is larger than size and resolution.
the paper size loaded in the
Tray(s).
RCV
LAN Received data via LAN is in a
Ask the originator to re-send with a
format that is not supported.
supported file attachment:
* In a TIFF-F format.
* Image data conforming to A4/Letter
size.
POP
LAN Unable to connect with the POP
Incorrect POP Server address is set.
Server.
POP Server is down.
POP
LAN Unable to login to the POP Server. Incorrect User Name or Password is
set.
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Code
722

725
726
728

729

730

731

741

800

814

815
816

825

826

870
879

Fax Information Codes


Mode
Phase
Description of Problem
Cause
RCV
LAN Failed to obtain the Network
LAN Cable is disconnected.
Parameters (such as: IP Address, DHCP is not available.
Subnet Mask, Default Gateway IP (Contact the Network Administrator.)
Address, etc.) from the DHCP
server.
XMT
LAN DNS Server connection timed out. Incorrect DNS Server address is set.
POP
DNS Server is down.
XMT
LAN Received an error response from Incorrect POP Server address is set.
POP
the DNS Server.
Incorrect SMTP Server address is set.
XMT
LAN Received an Error or No
Remote Internet Fax Errors: Busy,
Response from the Remote
Memory Overflow, or No Power.
Internet Fax. (SMTP Direct XMT) Job Number Overflow for Relay XMT
XMT
LAN Failed to authenticate (SMTP
SMTP AUTHENTICATION, User Name
AUTHENTICATION) when
and/or Password are incorrect.
connecting with the SMTP server. (Contact the Network Administrator.)
RCV
LAN Unable to program the Internet
Verify that the Fax Parameter #158 is
parameters or the autodialer with set to 2: Valid.
Email from a PC.
RCV
LAN Dialer full while Relayed
Dial buffer for manual number dialing
Transmission Request was
(70 stations) are being used.
received.
XMT, Polling PSTN Unable to dial
Deleted the registered station name
before dialing with Timer Controlled
Communications, etc.
Relay
PSTN The machine was requested to
Comm.
relay a document but has no Relay
Hub capability.
Conf. XMT
The remote station does not have
Conf. Polling
Relay XMT nor Confidential
Relay
Communication capability.
Comm.
Conf. RCV
Mailbox is full.
Conf. Polled
"The received Polling Password
did not match. The machine does
not have Confidential Comm.
capability."
Conf. RCV
Parameter settings of the initial
Conf. Polled
sending station are not properly
set.
Receiver side does not have correct
RCV
B
If applicable sub-address is not
registered in the phone book of the sub-address in their phone book.
receiver side when using subaddressing function.
MEM XMT PSTN Memory overflow occurred while
Multi-Copy
storing documents into memory.
Memory
PSTN Memory overflow occurred during Memory overflow on the Fax side.
RCV
substitute memory reception.
LAN Memory overflow.
Memory overflow on the Fax side.
Mail Server sent a reset command Mail server aborted the download (Busy
while downloading the data to the with other higher priority jobs).
machine.
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Code
880
884
961
962

Mode
RCV
XMT

Fax Information Codes


Phase
Description of Problem
Cause
File Access Error.
File Access Error.
LAN Memory file access error.
SC PCB is defective.
PSTN Memory file access error.
SC PCB is defective.
LAN Memory file access error.
SC PCB is defective.

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4 Service Modes
4.1.

Service Modes (For Copier)

These Service Modes are provided to assist the technician in checking for abnormalities in the copier and a
means of making adjustments to the Input/Output of major components.

4.1.1.

Service Mode Procedure

1. To select the Service Mode


The service mode is selected when FUNCTION, ORIGINAL SIZE and 3 keys are sequentially
pressed, then F1 will appear in the display.
2. To exit the Service Mode
The service mode is reset when the FUNCTION and CLEAR keys are pressed simultaneously.

4.1.2.

Copier Service Mode Functions


Service Modes (For Copier)

Service
Mode
F1
Self Test

Item

Function

00 CCD Test
01 LCD/LED Test

This test is used for checking the CCD.


This test is used for checking the LCD
and LEDs.
This test is used for checking the Page
Memory.
Prints the pattern for setting the Paper
position alignment.
Prints the Slant pattern for setting the
Paper position alignment.
Prints the Grid pattern for setting the
Paper position alignment.
Prints the pattern for setting the Duplex
Paper position alignment.
One sheet is copied when the Start key
is pressed.
Multi copies are made when the Start
key is pressed.
The functioning of Input / Output items
(selected item numbers) is checked.
Various function settings (selected by
code numbers) can be changed.
Various function settings (selected by
code numbers) can be adjusted.
Electronic Counters for Maintenance
Perform pseudo-operation of an item
(selected by code numbers)

02 Page Memory Test


03 Print Test Pattern 1
04 Print Test Pattern 2
05 Print Test Pattern 3
06 Print Test Pattern 4
F2

Single Copy Test

F3

Continuous Copy Test

F4

Input / Output Status Test

F5

Function Parameters

F6

Adjust Parameters

F7
F8

Electronic Counter
Service Adjustment

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Service
Item
Mode
F9
Unit
00 Fax Function Parameter
Maintenance 01 Service Alert Tel #
02 Firmware Version

Displays the contact number when a


machine malfunction occurs.
Displays the firmware version for SC,
SC Boot, PNL, SPC, Fax Option, Slot 1.
F5/F6 Parameter, Machine / Counter /
System Address / RAM Address
informations.

03 Print Device Info.

04 RAM Edit Mode

Relative / Absolute Address.


Registration of Serial Number for
Maintenance.
Each RAM date clear.
Except F5, F6 Settings
- refer to F6-99 "F5/F6 Initialization"

05 Serial Number
06 RAM Initialize

07 Firmware Update

Updates the firmware in the machine


Firmware Card or the USB.
Refer to Sect. 2.5.

08 Program Backup
09 Update Prog. Card
10
11
12
13
14

Function

Creates a Master Firmware Card using


the Firmware Update Kit.
Configuration for Program copy.
Backup the Parameter.
Restore the Parameter.
Displays the page memory size (MB).
Displays the sort memory size (MB).

Program Copy
Parameter Backup
Parameter Restore
Page Memory Size
Sort Memory Size

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F5 / F6 Information List (Sample)


**********-F5/F6 INFORMATION LIST-****** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy *** TIME12:01 *** P.01

F5-00
F5-01
F5-02
F5-03
F5-04
F5-05
F5-06
F5-07
F5-08
F5-09

. . . . .
Frequency desired
. . . . .
. . . . .
LSU off timer
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .

F5-10
F5-11
F5-12
F5-13
F5-14
F5-15
F5-16
F5-17
F5-18
F5-19

Exit Tray Limitation


. . . . .
. . . . .
Paper out Indicator
Paper size (Tray1)
Paper size (Tray2)
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .

F5-20 ADF
F5-21 . . . . .
F5-22 . . . . .

60Hz

5 Sec.

None

On
Letter-R
Letter-R

Auto

F5-50
F5-51
F5-52
F5-53
F5-54
F5-55
F5-56
F5-57
F5-58
F5-59

Auto contrast adj.


Dept. Counter (COPY)
Dept. Counter (FAX)
2-sided auto shift
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
Ope.add toner alarm

Yes
No
No
No

F5-60
F5-61
F5-62
F5-63
F5-64
F5-65
F5-66
F5-67
F5-68
F5-69

Auto Tray selection


. . . . .
. . . . .
U13 clear
Dept. Counter (SCAN)
Dept. Counter (PRINT)
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
Reduce N in 1 space

Yes

F5-70 PM cycle
F5-71 . . . . .
F5-72 . . . . .

Stop

Any keys
No
No

No
85K

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DP-180/190

Machine Setup Information List (Sample)


**********- M A C H I N E S E T U P I N F O R M ATION -****** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy *** TIME12:01 *** P.01
1.MACHINE INFORMATION
MACHINE NAME
MAC ADDRESS
SERIAL NUMBER

: UF-9000
: 080023016C81
:

2.FIRMWARE VERSION
SC
SC BOOT
PNL
SPC(SCANNER)
PRINTER
FAX MODEM
PDL FONT1
SC2

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

3.MEMORY CAPACITY
PAGE MEMORY
SORT MEMORY
FAX MEMRY

: 32 MB
: 16 MB
: 2 MB

4.OPTION
2nd PAPER FEED MODULE
PCL PRINTER
PS PRINTER
HDD

:
:
:
:

5.ERROR LOG
TOTAL PRINT COUNT

: 503

BAT001xxAU
V006
V010018
V6493
V00039
Ver 6D01
CAV10000b
CAV13500aAU

No
No
No
No

NO. DATE & TIME


ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT
NO. DATE & TIME
ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------01 MMM-dd-yyyy 11:11 J97
XX-00000008
02 MMM-dd-yyyy 11:31 J44
XX-00000140
(See Remarks)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-PANASONIC
******************************* -

- ***** -

0001- *********

Remarks:
XX-00000140

Page Count
00 : Printer Error
02 : Scanner Error

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DP-180/190

F7 Total Counter List (Sample)


**********-F7 TOTAL COUNTER LIST-****** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy *** TIME12:01 *** P.01
F7-01 Key Operator ID Code

000

F7-02
F7-03
F7-04
F7-05
F7-06
F7-07
F7-08
F7-09
F7-10

Total Count
PM Count
Scanner PM Count
. . . . .
OPC Drum Count
Process Unit Count
ADF PM Count
. . . . .
. . . . .

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

295
295
61

F7-11
F7-12
F7-13
F7-14
F7-15
F7-16
F7-29
F7-30
F7-31
F7-32

Sheet Bypass Count


1st Paper Tray Count
2nd Paper Tray Count
. . . . .
. . . . .
2-Sided Count
. . . . .
A4R/LTR Count
. . . . .
FLS/LG Count

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

147
90
0

F7-17
F7-18
F7-19
F7-20

ADF Count
ADF Read Count
Scanner Count
Scanner Read Count

:
:
:
:

26
26
61
18

F7-21 Copy Rint Count


F7-22 Copy Scan Count

:
:

59
180

F7-23 PC Rint Count


F7-24 PC Scan Count

:
:

0
3

F7-24 Fax Transmit Count


F7-24 Fax Receive Count
F7-24 Fax Print Count

:
:
:

24
27
21

295
295
50

28
73
0

Serial Number :

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4.1.3.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

F4 Mode: Input/Output Status Test

Set the machine to service mode and press "4" key on the Keypad.

Press the "START" key.

Select 1:Check Input or 2:Check Output to activate the test then press "START" key.

Press "STOP" key to cancel the test.

When the CLEAR key is pressed, the selected code input will not be accepted.

Press FUNCTION and CLEAR keys simultaneously to exit the service mode.
1. Check Input

No.

Function

021 Home Position Sensor


ADF Cover Open Sensor

F4 Mode (Check Input)


Message Display
Condition
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Home position is
1
detected.
ADF Cover is open.
1

Remarks

2. Check Output
Press the "START" key to start and press the "STOP" key to reset.

No.
120 Lamp

Item

F4 Mode (Check Output)


Function
When SPC PCB P103-8, Inverter
CN1-2 signal level changes to 0V
from Open, Lamp operates.

Remark
The CCD / Inverter shall be
replaced as the Assembly

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UF-9000
DP-180/190

F5 Mode: Function Parameters (For Copier)

Set the machine to Service Mode and press "5" key on the Keypad.

Press the "START" key.

Enter the desired code number or press V, /\ arrow keys.

Press the "SET" key.

Enter the desired function code number and press SET key.

When the CLEAR key is pressed, the selected code input will not be accepted.

Press STOP key, then press FUNCTION and CLEAR keys simultaneously to exit the service mode.

Reboot the machine after setting the parameter(s) to activate the setting(s).

No.
00
01

Item
Not Used
Frequency Desired

02-03 Not Used


04
LSU Off Timer

05-09 Not Used


10
Exit Tray Limitation
(Up to 150 Sheets)
11-12 Not Used
13
Paper Out Red Indicator
14

Paper Size (Tray 1)


(UF-9000)
Paper Size (Tray 1)
(DP-180/190)

F5 Mode
Function

Default Setting

0 : Auto
1 : 50 Hz
2 : 60Hz

2 (for USA / Canada)

1 : 5 sec.
2 : 10 sec.
3 : 15 sec.
4 : 20 sec.
6 : 30 sec.
8 : 40 sec.
10 : 50 sec.
12 : 60 sec.

0 : None
1 : Accumulate
2 : Job

0
(Effective from June
2004 Production)

0 : On
1 : Off
4 : A4-R
12 : LEGAL
14 : LETTER-R
4 : A4-R
6 : B5-R
8 : A5-R
12 : LEGAL
14 : LETTER-R

1 (for Europe)

14 (for USA / Canada)


4 (for Europe / Others)

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No.
15

Item
Paper Size (Tray 2)
(UF-9000)
Paper Size (Tray 2)
(DP-180/190)

16-19 Not Used


20
ADF
21-37 Not Used
38
Duplex Mode Default
(UF-9000)
39
40

Not Used
Double Count

41

Count Up Timing

42

KEY/DEPT. Counter

43
Key Counter Timing
44-49 Not Used
50
Auto Contrast Adjust
51

Dept. Counter (COPY)

52

Dept. Counter (FAX)

53-58 Not Used


59
Oper. Add Toner Alarm
60

Auto Tray Selection

61-62 Not Used


63
U13 Clear
(DP-180/190 only)
64
Dept. Counter (SCANNER)
65

Dept. Counter (PRINTER)

66-68 Not Used


69
Reduce N in 1 Space

F5 Mode
Function
4 : A4-R
12 : LEGAL
14 : LETTER-R
4 : A4-R
6 : B5-R
12 : LEGAL
14 : LETTER-R

Default Setting

14 (for USA / Canada)


4 (for Europe / Others)

0 : No
1 : Auto

0 : No
1 : 1 to 2
2 : 2 to 2

0 : No
2 : LGL
0 : At feed
1 : At exit
0 : No
2 : DEPT.
Same as F5-41

0 : UF-9000/DP-190

0 : No
1 : Yes
0 : No
1 : Yes
0 : No
1 : Yes

0 : Stop
1 : Continue
0 : No
1 : Yes

0 : Any keys
1 : Func + 1
0 : No
1 : Yes
0 : No
1 : Yes

0 : No
1 : Yes

1
2
0

0
0

0
0

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DP-180/190

No.
70

Item
PM Cycle

71-78 Not Used


Image Process Method
79
80

Paper Size Priority

81

Foolscap Size

82
83

Not Used
Digital Skyshot Mode

84

Paper Tray Priority

85

Side Void Setting (ADF)

86

PM Cycle (Optics)

87

PM Cycle (ADF)

F5 Mode
Function
0 : No
1 : 1.5 K
2 : 2.5 K
3: 5K
4 : 10 K
5 : 15 K
6 : 20 K
7 : 30 K
8 : 40 K
9 : 60 K
10 : 85 K*
11 : 90 K
12 : 120 K
13 : 150 K
14 : 200 K
15 : 240 K
0 : Error Diffusion
1 : Dither
4 : A4-R
5 : B5
7 : A5
9 : FLS1
10 : FLS2
12 : LEGAL
14 : LETTER-R
1 : FLS1
2 : FLS2
0 : Off
1 : On
0:S>C>B
1:C>S>B
0 : No
1 : Yes
0 : No
1 : 40 K
2 : 60 K
3 : 120 K
4 : 240 K
5 : 360 K
6 : 480 K
7 : 600 K
0 : No
1 : 40 K
2 : 60 K
3 : 120 K
4 : 240 K
5 : 360 K
6 : 480 K
7 : 600 K

Default Setting

0 (for UF-9000)
Effective from April
2004 Production
10 (for DP-180/190)
* Effective from June
2004 Production

14 (for USA / Canada)


4 (for Europe / Others)

0
0
0
0

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DP-180/190

No.
88

Item
USB Port Function

89

LAN Speed/Duplex

90

Beep Sound

91-94 Not Used


95
Paper Size (FA)
(Factory use only)

F5 Mode
Function

Default Setting

0 : Off
1 : Once
2 : On
0 : Auto
1 : 10 Half
2 : 10 Full
3 : 100 Half
4 : 100 Full
0 : Off
1 : Soft
2 : Loud

0 : Japan
1 : USA/CAN
2 : Europe
3 : Other

1 (for USA / Canada)


2 (for Europe)

96-97 Not Used

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4.1.5.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

F6 Mode: Adjust Parameters (For Copier)

Set the machine to Service Mode and press "6" key on the Keypad.

Press the "START" key.

Enter the desired code number or press V, /\ arrow keys.

Press the "SET" key.

Enter the desired function code number and press SET key.

When the CLEAR key is pressed, the selected code input will not be accepted.

Press STOP key, then press FUNCTION and CLEAR keys simultaneously to exit the service mode.

Reboot the machine after setting the parameter(s) to activate the setting(s).
Note:
1. The Factory Setting is different in each model.
2. The machine may accept a (+/-) input value that exceeds the specified Setting Range for the
parameters in the table; however, the actual registered value will not exceed the Upper/Lower
Limitation value.
F6 Mode
No.

00-02 Not Used


03 Original Registration
04

Remarks

Setting
Range

Adjustment of platen original registration


detection timing.
Delay time is adjusted from registration roller
clutch ON.

-30 - +30
0.2mm
-50 - +16
0.5mm

Registration void should be adjusted.

0 - +99
0.5mm
-9 - 0
0.5mm
-9 - +15
0.5mm
-8 - +7
0.5mm
-8 - +7
0.5mm
-8 - +7
0.5mm

Item

Printer Registration

05-06 Not Used


07 Registration Void
08

Trail Edge Read Timing

Adjustment of trail edge void.

09

Trail Edge Print Timing

Adjustment of trail edge void.

10

Side Adjust (Bypass)

Adjustment of LSU side-side (Sheet Bypass).

11

Side Adjust (Tray 1)

Adjustment of LSU side-side (1st Tray).

12

Side Adjust (Tray 2)

Adjustment of LSU side-side (2nd Tray).

13-15 Not Used


16 Side Adjust (ADU)

Adjustment of LSU side-side (ADU).

17-32 Not Used


33 TDC Max. Read Only

Set by Digital QUANTUM (QUARC) control

34

TDC Min. Read Only

Set by Digital QUANTUM (QUARC) control

-8 - +7
0.5mm
-99 - +99
(Read only)
-99 - +99
(Read only)

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DP-180/190

F6 Mode
No.
35

Item
TDC Avg. Read Only

36-38 Not Used


39 LSU Unit PWM Adjust
40 Trans Current Side 1
41-43 Not Used
44 FAX Laser Duty Adj

45
46

Not Used
PRINTER Laser Duty Adj

47-48 Not Used


49 TEXT Image Density

50

T/P Image Density

51

PHOTO Image Density

52
53

Not Used
CCD Read Position

Remarks
Set by Digital QUANTUM (QUARC) control

Adjustment of PWM value of LSU.


Adjustment of Transfer Current.

-32 - +32
-77 - +76
0.15uA

Printer Density Adjustment for FAX.


(-) : Darker.
(+) : Lighter.

-99 - +99

Printer Density Adjustment for Printer.


(-) : Darker.
(+) : Lighter.

-99 - +99

Image density adjustment for Text mode.


(-) : Darker.
(+) : Lighter.
Image density adjustment for Text/ Photo
mode.
(-) : Darker.
(+) : Lighter.
Image density adjustment for Photo mode.
(-) : Darker.
(+) : Lighter.

-99 - +99

Adjustment of CCD read position.

54
55
56
57-62
63

TEXT Mode Contrast


T/P Mode Contrast
PHOTO Mode Contrast
Not Used
Lead Edge Read Timing

Adjustment of Contrast for Text Mode.


Adjustment of Contrast for Text/Photo Mode.
Adjustment of Contrast for Photo Mode.

64

Side Edge Read Adjust

Adjustment of Side Edge Read Point.

65-66
67
68
69

Not Used
ADF Image Density
Not Used
Stamp Position Adjust

70-78 Not Used


79 MTF Adjust
80-89 Not Used
90 ADF Image Read Start

Setting
Range
-99 - +99
(Read only)

Adjustment of Lead Edge Read Point.

-99 - +99

-99 - +99

-42 - +44
0.2mm
-128 - +127
-128 - +127
-128 - +127
0 - +9
0.5mm
0 - +9
0.5mm

Compensation of ADF image density.

-99 - +99

Adjustment of verification stamp position.

-50 - +50
0.3mm

Adjustment of Scanning Sharpness by digital


image processing for Text /Photo Copy Mode.
Adjustment of ADF horizontal image read
start position.

-2 - +2

-99 - +99
0.05mm

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F6 Mode
No.

Item

Remarks

91

Original Lead ADF

Adjustment of original detection timing.

92

Original Trail ADF

Adjustment of trail edge detection timing.

93-98 Not Used


99 F5/F6 Initialization

4.1.6.

Setting
Range
-99 - +99
0.3mm
-90 - +127
0.3mm

Initialize F5/F6 parameter settings.

F7 Mode: Electronic Counter

Set the machine to Service Mode and press "7" key on the Keypad.

Press the "START" key.

Enter the desired code number or press V, /\ arrow keys.

Press the "SET" key.

Enter the desired function code number and press SET key.

When the CLEAR key is pressed, the selected code input will not be accepted.

Press STOP key, then press FUNCTION and CLEAR keys simultaneously to exit the service mode.

Reboot the machine after setting the parameter(s) to activate the setting(s).
F7 Mode
No.
01

Item
Key Operator ID Code

02
03
04
05
06

Total Count
PM Count
Scanner PM Count
Not Used
OPC Drum Count

07

Process Unit Count

08
09-10
11
12
13
14-15
16
17
18

ADF PM Count
Not Used
Sheet Bypass Count
1st Paper Tray Count
2nd Paper Tray Count
Not Used
2-sided Count
ADF Count
ADF Read Count

Remarks
Key Operators identification code for access to the
counter mode.
Total count for all copies / prints.
Preventive Maintenance count.
PM count for scanner readings.
PM count of recording paper fed through the OPC
Drum.
PM count of recording paper fed through the
Process Unit.
PM count of originals fed through the ADF.
Total count of paper fed from the sheet bypass.
Total count of paper fed from the 1st paper tray.
Total count of paper fed from the 2nd paper tray.
Total count of 2-sided Print.
Total count of originals fed through the ADF.
Total count of originals scanned through the ADF.

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F7 Mode
No.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28-29
30
31
32
99

4.1.7.

Item
Scanner Count
Scanner Read Count
Copy Print Count
Copy Scan Count
PC Print Count
PC Scan Count
Fax Transmit Count
Fax Receive Count
Fax Print Count
Not Used
A4R / LETTER R Count
Not Used
FLS / LEGAL Count
All Counter Clear

Remarks
Total count of scanning operations.
Total count of scanner readings.
Total count of copies printed.
Total count of copies scanned.
Total count printed from PC.
Total count scanned to PC.
Total count of Fax transmitted.
Total count of Fax received.
Total count of Fax printed.
Total count of A4-R / Letter-R Print.
Total count of FLS / Legal Print.
All counters are cleared.

F8 Mode: Service Adjustment

Set the machine to Service Mode and press "8" key on the Keypad.

Press the "START" key.

Enter the desired code number or press V, /\ arrow keys.

Press the "SET" key.

Enter the desired function code number and press SET key.

Press STOP key, then press FUNCTION and CLEAR keys simultaneously to exit the service mode.

Reboot the machine after setting the parameter(s) to activate the setting(s).
F8 Mode
No.
00-05 Not Used
06 Error Log View

07

Item

Error Log Clear

08 (Factory use only)


09-17 Not Used
18 C18 PRT PWM ADJ.PTN.
(LSU PWM Pattern)

Remarks
a) Each time the arrow key is pressed, the machine
errors or paper jam codes stored in memory are
displayed, beginning with the oldest code.
Note:
Only the 30 most recent codes are displayed.
a) Press the Reset key.
A Message "Error code can be cleared with the
Start key" is displayed on the LCD.*
b) Press the Start key.
Lock operation for Scanner Unit.
Print out the Test Pattern.
Proceed when the LSU is replaced.

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DP-180/190

F8 Mode
No.
19

Item
Move Mirror To Lock

20-46 Not Used


47 C47 ADF Scan Test
48

C48 Book Scan Test

Remarks
a) Press the Start key to move the mirror unit to the
locked position for transporting the copier.
b) When the mirror unit is locked, the machine will
not accept any numerical key input.
Note:
The locking operation is automatically reset when
the Power switch is turned ON again.
Place the document on the ADF first.
Press START key to begin.
Press START key to begin.
Press STOP key to finish.

49-54 Not Used

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UF-9000
DP-180/190

F9 Mode: Unit Maintenance

Set the machine to Service Mode and press "9" key on the Keypad.

Press the "START" key.

Enter the desired code number or press V, /\ arrow keys.

Press the "SET" key.

Enter the desired function code number and press SET key.

When the CLEAR key is pressed, the selected code input will not be accepted.

Press STOP key, then press FUNCTION and CLEAR keys simultaneously to exit the service mode.

Reboot the machine after setting the parameter(s) to activate the setting(s).
F9 Mode
Service
Item
Mode
F9
Unit
00 Fax Function Parameter
Maintenance 01 Service Alert Tel #
02 Firmware
Version

Remarks

00 SC
01 SC Boot
02
03
04
05

PNL
SPC (Scanner)
Printer
FAX Modem

Displays the contact number when a


machine malfunction occurs.
Displays the firmware version for SC.
Displays the firmware version for SC
Boot.
Displays the firmware version for PNL.
Displays the firmware version for SPC.
Displays the firmware version.
Displays the firmware version for FAX
Option 1.

06 Not Used
07 SC2
00 F5/F6 Parameters

Displays the firmware version for Slot 1.


03 Print
Prints the memory contents of the F5
Device Info.
and F6 modes.
01 Machine Information Prints the machine setup information list.
02 Counter Information Prints the Counter information list.
03 System Address
Prints the system memory setting.
Info.
04 RAM Address
Prints the RAM data dump list.
Information
04 RAM Edit
1 Relative Address
Setting of Relative address.
Mode
2 Absolute Address
Setting of Real address.
05 Serial Number
Registration of Serial Number for
Maintenance.
Clears by Shipment Set.

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DP-180/190

F9 Mode
Service
Mode
F9
Unit
06
Maintenance

07

08

09

10

11
12
13
14

Item
RAM
Initialize

Remarks
00 Parameter Initialize

Resets the Fax and Function


parameters to default values.
01 All Job Clear
Clears all Jobs stored in Flash Memory.
02 LBP Error Log Clear Clears LBP Error log
03 Shipment Set
Clears All Jobs, All Preset Data,
Parameter Initialize & Resets the
Counters (Fax).
04 LBP Fuser Reset
Clears the LBP fuser error.
05 Dept. Counter Clear
Firmware
00 Update FROM Card Updates the firmware in the machine
Update
with the Master Firmware Card.
01 Update from USB
Updates the firmware in the machine
with the USB.
Program
00 Main
Onboard F-ROM 4MB
Backup
01 Option 1 all
Slot 1 FRM8 PCB 8MB
(Refer to
02 Option 1 a
Slot 1 FRM8 PCB 4MB (a)
Sect. 2.5.
03 Option 1 b
Slot 1 FRM8 PCB 4MB (b)
of the
04 Not Used
Slot 2 FRM8 PCB 8MB
Service
05 Not Used
Slot 2 FRM8 PCB 4MB (a)
Manual)
06 Not Used
Slot 2 FRM8 PCB 4MB (b)
Update Prog. Card
Creates a Master Firmware Card using
the Firmware Update Kit. A 4MB or 8MB
Flash Memory Card will be required
depending upon the model.
Program
00 From card to slot 1 Configuration for Program copy.
Copy
01 From card to slot 2
02 From slot 1 to card
03 From slot 1 to slot 2
04 From slot 2 to card
05 From slot 2 to slot 1
Parameter Backup
Backup the Parameter.
Parameter Restore
Restore the Parameter.
Page Memory Size
Displays the page memory size (MB).
Sort Memory Size
Displays the sort memory size (MB).

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4.2.
4.2.1.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Service Modes (For Facsimile)


Fax Service Mode Procedure

1. To entet the Fax Service Mode


a. Press FAX/EMAIL key.
b. Press FUNCTION and then 7 keys.
c. Press MONITOR four times, then press *.
d. Enter the desired code number or press the V, /\ arrow keys.
2. To exit the Fax Service Mode
Press STOP key.
Note:
The following buttons provide these functions in the Service Mode:
"START":
"V
"/\

4.2.2.

:
:
:

The new setting value is stored in the machine.


Scroll the function parameter number down.
Scroll the function parameter number up.

FAX Service Mode Table

The following service modes are provided to assist you in setting operational functions of the unit and
determining the condition of the unit.

Service Mode

Service Modes (For Facsimile)


Description

No.
00
01

Not Used
Function Parameter Setting

02
03

RAM Edit Mode


Print Parameter List / Report

04

Modem Tests

05
06

Not Used
RAM Initialize

07
08

Not Used
Check & Call

09

System Maintenance

Allows changes to the function parameters (the home position,


etc.).
Factory use only.
Prints the Function Parameter List, Page Memory Test, Printer
Report, All Document File, Protocol Trace and Toner Order
Form.
Generates various binary, tonal and DTMF signals, by the
modem.
Initialize RAM and restore the default value of the function
parameters.
Note: Turn the Power Switch to the OFF and back to the ON
position to enable the parameter settings.
Allows input of information for Service Alert Report,
Maintenance Alert Report and Toner Order Form.
Used for Firmware Update, Firmware Backup, Parameter
Restore, Parameter Backup, Transferring Firmware from the
PC to the Flash Card and Sending a Received File during a
fatal printer error.

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Service Modes (For Facsimile)


Service Mode
Description
Firmware
00 SC
Displays the firmware version for SC.
Version
01 SC Boot
Displays the firmware version for SC Boot.
02 PNL
Displays the firmware version for PNL.
03 SPC (Scanner) Displays the firmware version for SPC.
04 Not Used
05 FAX Modem
Displays the firmware version for FAX.
06 Not Used
07 SC2
Displays the firmware version for Slot 1.

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Fax Service Mode 1 (Function Parameter Setting)

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Use the following procedure to change the function parameters.


Enter the desired code number and press START key.

If you wish to select another code number, scroll the menu with the V, /\ arrow keys.

Select the desired function code and press the "START" key.

When the CLEAR key is pressed, the selected code input will not be accepted.

Press STOP key, then press FUNCTION and CLEAR keys simultaneously to exit the service mode.

No.
Parameter
000 Monitor/Tel Dial

001 Alarm Status

002 Stop Comm.


JRNL
003 Continuous Poll

004 Numeric ID Set

Function Parameter Table


Selections
Function
1 = Monitor
Selects whether the machine starts to TX
automatically during On-Hook dialing.
2 = Tel/Dial
Monitor : Start to TX after pressing START
TEL/DIAL : Start to TX automatically
1 = Off
Selects the No Paper or No Toner alarm status.
2 = Timer
OFF
: Alarm is disabled.
3 = Constant
Timer
: Alarm will shut off after 6 seconds.
Constant : Alarm will not stop until "STOP" is
pressed or the error is cleared/
corrected.
1 = Off
Selects whether the machine prompts to print the
2 = On
COMM. Journal when the printout condition is set to
INC and STOP is pressed during communication.
1 = Off
Selects whether the Continuous Polling feature is
2 = Stn (Tx only)
enabled.
3 = Hub (Rx only)
Stn : Place the document(s) on the ADF or Platen,
then press the assigned Program Key to
store or add the documents into a polled file.
(See Note 1)
Hub : When the polling command is initiated, the
machine will continuously poll originals from
the remote stations until it is interrupted by
pressing "STOP".
1 = Off (will not accept)
Selects whether the machine accepts and allows to
2 = On (accepts)
set or change the Numeric ID.

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No.
005

006
007
008

009
010

Function Parameter Table


Parameter
Selections
Function
000
:
Austria
Specified destinations only.
Destination Code
(DP-180/190 only) 001 : U.K.
002 : Canada
003 : Denmark
004 : Taiwan
005 : Finland
006 : Germany
007 : Netherlands
008 : Italy
009 : Spanish
010 : Hong Kong
011 : Australia
012 : Switzerland
013 : Norway
015 : Portuguese
016 : Ireland
017 : Belgium
018 : Sweden
019 : Turkey
020 : U.S.A.
021 : France
022 : New Zealand
025 : Japan
029 : Poland
030 : Czech
031 : Russia
032 : Greece
033 : Hungary
034 : Indonesia
035 : South Korea
038 : Malaysia
039 : China
045 : Thailand
048 : South Africa
049 : Singapore
050 : Universal
051 : East Euro
999 : Initialize
ID Display
1 = Number (Numeric ID) Selects the priority of displaying the ID.
2 = Chara (Character ID)
JRNL Column
1 = Station
Selects the contents of the ID to display on the
2 = RCVD ID
Journal.
Monitor
1 = Off
Selects whether the Monitor is ON/OFF for
2 = On
monitoring fax signals.
(FOR SERVICE USE ONLY)
DC Loop
1 = Off (Normal)
Selects a false Off Hook state for back to back
2 = On (Off Hook)
communication test.
TX Level
00 = 0 dBm
Selects the TX signal output level, 0 to -15 dBm in 1
~
dBm steps.
15 = -15 dBm

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No.
Parameter
011 RX Level

012 DTMF Level

013 G3 RX EQL

014 G3 TX EQL

015 ~ Not Used


016
017 TX Start

018 RX Start

019 ITU-T V.34

020 ITU-T ECM


021 EP Tone

022 Signal Interval

023 TCF Check


024 CED Frequency

Function Parameter Table


Selections
Function
1 = -43 dBm
Selects the receiving sensitivity of -33/-38/-43/-48
2 = -38 dBm
dBm.
3 = -33 dBm
4 = -48 dBm
00 = 0 dBm
Selects the DTMF output level, 0 to -15 dBm in 1
~
dBm steps.
15 = -15 dBm
1 = 0dB
Selects the cable equalizer for G3 reception mode,
2 = 4dB
0dB, 4dB, 8dB or 12dB.
3 = 8dB
4 = 12dB
1 = 0dB
Selects the cable equalizer for G3 transmission
2 = 4dB
mode, 0dB, 4dB, 8dB or 12dB.
3 = 8dB
4 = 12dB

2400 bps
4800 bps
7200 bps
9600 bps
TC7200 bps
TC9600 bps
12000 bps
14400 bps

Selects the transmission modem start speed,


14400/12000/TC9600/TC7200/9600/7200/4800/
2400 bps.
Press V or /\ to select the symbol rate.
Note:
This parameter is applicable only when
communicating with regular G3 machines. When
communicating with Super G3 (V.34) machines,
use Parameter No. 32.
Selects the reception modem start speed, 14400/
12000/TC9600/TC7200/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps.
Press V or /\ to select the symbol rate.
Note:
This parameter is applicable only when
communicating with regular G3 machines. When
communicating with Super G3 (V.34) machines,
use Parameter No. 33.

2400 bps
4800 bps
7200 bps
9600 bps
TC7200 bps
TC9600 bps
12000 bps
14400 bps
1 = Off
2 = On
3 = Select
1 = Off (Invalid)
2 = On (Valid)
1 = Off (without EP Tone)
2 = On (with EP Tone)

1 = 100 ms
2 = 200 ms
3 = 500 ms
1 = Normal (Short)
2 = Long
1 = 1080 Hz (non ITU-T)
2 = 2100 Hz

Selects whether the ITU-T V.34 is Off, On or Select.


Select: Select whether the ITU-T V.34 is Off or On,
when entering Phone Book Dialing
Numbers or Manual Number Dialing.
Select the ECM mode.
Selects whether to add the echo protect tone on
V.29 mode.
(Used when Echo Suppression is disabled.)
On : Add
Off : Do not add
Selects the time interval between the receiving
signal and the transmitting signal.
Selects the TCF check interval Long/Short
Selects the CED frequency 2100/1080 Hz

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No.
Parameter
025 COMM. Start-Up

026 Non-Standard
027 Short Protocol B
028 Short Protocol D

029 Remote
Diagnostics
030 CED & 300 bps

031 RTC = EOL x 12


032 V34 TX Start

033 V34 RX Start

034 V34 TX SR

035 V34 RX SR

036 Not Used


037 Protocol Display

038 Not Used


039 Flash Time

040 Flash Time


(PSTN)
041 Pause Time

042 Not Used


043 Redial Interval

Function Parameter Table


Selections
Function
1 = First
Selects the communication start-up condition (XMT
2 = Second
and Polling).
(Used when Echo Suppression is disabled.)
1 = Off (Invalid)
Selects own mode (Panafax mode).
2 = On (Valid)
1 = Off (Invalid)
Selects the short protocol mode.
2 = On (Valid)
1 = Off (Invalid)
Selects the short protocol mode. When activated, it
2 = On (Valid)
allows the machine to automatically store the
modem speed for each Auto Dial Number.
1 = Off (will not accept)
Selects whether the machine accepts Remote
2 = On (accepts)
Diagnostics from the service station.
1 = 75 ms
Selects the pause interval between the CED and
2 = 1 sec
the 300 bps signal.
(Used when Echo Suppression is disabled.)
1 = Off (EOLx6)
Selects the RTC signal, EOLx6 or EOLx12.
2 = On (EOLx12)
2400-33600bps
Selects the transmission modem start speed for
V.34 communication, 33600-2400 bps.
Press V or /\ to select the symbol rate.
2400-33600bps
Selects the receiving modem start speed for V.34
communication, 33600-2400 bps.
Press V or /\ to select the symbol rate.
2400-3429sr
Selects the transmission symbol rate for V.34, 3429/
3200/3000/2800/2400 sr.
Press V or /\ to select the symbol rate.
2400-3429sr
Selects receiving symbol rate for V.34, 3429/3200/
3000/2800/2400 sr.
Press V or /\ to select the symbol rate.
1 = Off (not displayed)
2 = On (displayed)

Selects whether to display the modem speed


during communication.
(Press the Job Status Key to display)

5 = 50 ms
~
100 = 1000 ms
5 = 50 ms
~
100 = 1000 ms
1 = 1 sec.
~
10 = 10 sec.

Selects the pause interval before activating the


Flash key.
Selects the pause interval before activating the
Flash key.
(For Germany, Austria and Czech)
Selects the pause interval from 1 sec. ~ 10 sec. for
dialing through a switchboard or for international
calls.

0 = no waiting
~
15 = 15 minutes

Selects the redial interval from 0 to 15 minutes in 1


minute steps.

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No.
Parameter
044 Redial Count

045 Ring Detect


Count
046 On-Hook Time

047 Response Wait


Interval

Function Parameter Table


Selections
Function
0 = no redial
Selects the redial count from 0 to 15 times in 1 step
~
intervals.
15 = 15 times
Note:
In order to comply with the requirements TBR21
in the EC countries, do not select 15 times.
0 ~ 9 (For Australia Only)
1 = 1 ring
Selects the ring detection count from 1 to 9 rings in
~
1 ring step intervals.
9 = 9 rings
0 = 0 sec.
Selects the on-hook time between sequential
~
communication calls in 1 second step intervals.
90 = 90 sec.
1 = 1 sec.
Selects the waiting interval for the response after
~
completing the dialing.
90 = 90 sec.
20 ~ 150 sec.
(For France Only)

048~ Not Used


049
050 Ring Detect Mode 1 = Normal
2 = Rough
051 Not Used
052 Pulse Rate

Selects the quality of ringer detection. Use if the line


signal is out of regulation, set to "Rough" so that the
unit may detect the ringing signals.

1 = 10 pps
2 = 20 pps

Selects the dial pulse rate 10/20 pps.

053~ Not Used


054
055 Busy Tone Check 1 = Off
2 = On
056 Dial Tone Check 1 = Off
(Specified
2 = On
destinations only)
057 DC Loop Check 1 = Off
(Specified
2 = On
destinations only)
058 Comm. JRNL +
1 = Off (without image)
Image
2 = On (with image)
059 Confidential RCV 1 = Off (does not print out)
Report
2 = On (prints out)
060 Version
Indicates the Host software
version.
061 TX/RX/PRT/CPY TX:****** PRT:******
RX:****** CPY:******
062 Print Counter
1 = Off
2 = On

Selects whether to detect the Busy Tone.


Selects whether to detect Dial Tone before dialing
the telephone number.
Selects whether the unit checks the DC Loop during
communication.
Selects whether the machine prints the COMM.
Journal with image.
Selects whether the machine prints the Confidential
RCV Report.

Displays the transmitted, received, total printed and


copied document count.
Selects whether to print in the Fax Parameter List,
the counter information that is displayed in the
Function Parameter No. 61.

063~ Not Used


067

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No.
Parameter
068 NYSE Fax
Forward
(USA and Canada
Only)

069 NYSE Local Print


(USA and Canada
Only)
070 Line Error

071 Total Error

072 Continuous Error

073 Error Detect


074 RTN Receive
075 Coding

Function Parameter Table


Selections
Function
1 = Off
Selects whether the machine will forward the
2 = On
incoming and outgoing faxes to a specified station.
Note:
Once this parameter is activated, Fax
Forwarding via Fax Parameter 054 is
automatically disabled, an Access Code of
"0000" is automatically assigned and Fax
Parameter 038 has a new setting added called
"NYSE".
1 = Inc
Selects the printing condition for the incoming faxes
2 = On (Always)
after FAX Forwarding.
INC. : Prints only if FAX Forwarding fails.
ON : Always prints.
128 lines
1. Selects the line disconnect condition during
256 lines
reception. If the number of line errors exceed this
512 lines
setting, the unit will disconnect the line.
1024 line
Press V or /\ to select the symbol rate.
2048 lines
2. Selects the transmit condition of RTP/PIP or
Off
RTN/PIN.
(will not disconnect line)
(Available if No.73 Error Detect is set to "LINES")
(See Note 1)
1 = 5%
Selects the transmit condition of RTP/PIP or RTN/
2 = 10%
PIN.
3 = 15%
(Available if No.73 Error Detect is set to "RATE".)
4 = 20%
(See Note 2)
1 = Off (unlimited)
Selects the continuous total error criteria of Off/3/6
2 = 3 lines/STD
or 12 lines in Standard mode. If continuous total
3 = 6 lines/STD
error exceeds this setting, the unit will transmit
4 = 12 lines/STD
RTN/PIN.
(Available if No.73 Error Detect is set to "RATE".)
1 = Lines
Selects the error detect condition Lines/Rate.
2 = Rate
1 = Disconnect
Selects whether to disconnect the phone line or
2 = Continue
continue when "RTN" is received.
1 = MH (MH only)
Selects the coding scheme.
2 = MR (MH or MR)
3 = MMR
(MH or MR or MMR)
4 = JBIG
1 = Off
Selects whether the batch transmission is available.
2 = On

076 Batch TX
(USA and Canada
Only)
077 RX JAM Length
1 = Off (unlimited)
2=2m
078~ Not Used
079
080 Doc Top Feed
-99
~
+99
081 Doc End Feed
-90
~
+127

Selects the maximum length of a received


document that can be printed.

Adjusts the distance between the scanning sensor


ON position and the scanning start position.
Adjusts the distance between the scanning sensor
OFF position and the scanning end position.

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No.
Parameter
082 JAM Length

Function Parameter Table


Selections
Function
1=1m
Selects the maximum length of the original that can
2=2m
be scanned.

083 Not Used


084 Line As No Paper 1 = Ring (ring)
2 = Busy (keep line busy)
085~
086
087
088
089
090~
091
092
093 ~
094
095
096 ~
101
102

Not Used
Darker Level
Normal Level
Lighter Level
Not Used

0 = Lightest Contrast
~
15 = Darkest Contrast

Selects the contrast level.


0
15
Lightest Darkest

Smoothing

1 = Off
2 = On

Selects whether the smoothing function is available.

Reduction Ratio
Not Used

(70-100)

Selects Print Reduction Ratio(%).

Book Top Feed

-30
~
+30
-9
~
0

Adjustment of original registration detection timing.

Not Used

103 Book End Feed

104~
109
110
111
112

Selects whether to ring or send a busy tone to the


remote station when the recording paper runs out or
the unit cannot receive because of any trouble.

Adjustment of trail edge void.

Not Used
MAC Address
Not Used
Insert EMAIL TXT 1 = Off
2 = On

113~ Not Used


114
115 Time Zone

116 Overwrite
Warning

Indicates the MAC Address.


Selects whether the Text Template (email message)
is programmable and added on all email sent in the
message body above the top line of text. (Up to 40
characters Programmed in the User Parameters.)
Note:
After enabling this feature, aside from entering
the text in the User Parameters, it also has to be
activated in each Auto Dial Number before it will
take effect. It does not work for Direct Dialed
Numbers.

1 = Scroll
2 = Direct

Selects the setting method for Time Zone.


Scroll : Allows using "Scroll Keys" to scroll
through the Time Zone Table.
Direct : Allows you to input the Time Zone
directly, (*) key to be used as a switch
between +/-.
Selects whether the Overwrite Warning is included
on the Internet FAX Result Receipt when
programming the Auto Dialer via email.

1 = Yes
2 = No

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No.
Parameter
117~ Not Used
121
122 LDAP

Function Parameter Table


Selections

1 = Off
2 = On

Function

When LDAP is used, specialized characters may be


displayed as different characters.

123 ~ Not Used


199
Note 1: Continuous Polling (Station Mode)
This feature allows you to store or add documents into a polled file in memory.
To enable the Continuous Polling feature set Function Parameter No. 003 to "2:Station".
The last Program Key will be assigned with the Store 4 Poll Key name automatically
and cannot be changed.
To prepare the document(s) to be polled, simply place the document(s) on the ADF or Platen
and then press the Program Key to store or add the document(s) into a polled file.
(Note: If a regular polled file is stored in memory, the Program Key for Continuous Polling will
not be accepted.)
Note 2: Function Parameter No. 070 (Line Error)-Transmit condition of RTP/PIP or RTN/PIN
Signal
MCF/PIP
RTP/PIP
RTN/PIN

1:128
0-31
32-63
64-127

2:256
0-63
64-127
128-255

Setting
3:512
4:1024
0-127
0-255
128-255
256-511
256-511
512-1023

5:2048
0-511
512-1023
1024-2047

6:Off
Always
-

Note 3: Function Parameter No. 071 (Total Error)-Transmit condition of RTP/PIP or RTN/PIN
Signal
MCF/PIP
RTP/PIP
RTN/PIN

1:5%
0-2
3-4
5-

Setting
2:10%
3:15%
0-4
0-7
5-9
8-14
1015-

4:20%
0-9
10-19
20-

Note 4: The default setting of parameters depends on the countrys specifications or regulations. Print the
Function Parameter List to confirm the default settings.

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Fax Service Mode 3 (Printout of Lists, Reports and Test Results)

UF-9000
DP-180/190

From this Service Mode you can print the Function Parameter List, Page Memory Test, Printer Report, All
Document File, Protocol Trace and the Toner Order Form.

4.2.4.1.

Function Parameter List

A list of all Function Parameters can be printed by the following procedure.


Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "3: Print Report/List" on the display.

Press the SET key.

Press the SET key to select the "1:Function Parameter List".

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.

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Function Parameter List (Sample)


************* -FUNCTION PARAMETER- ************* DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 12:07 ***P.01
000
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009

Mon/Tel Dial:[Monitor] Monitor


Alarm Status:[Timer] Timer
Stop Comm. JRNL:[On] On
Continuous Polling:[Off] Off
Numeric ID Set:[On] On
Destination Code:[999] 999
ID Display:[Chara] Chara
JRNL Column:[Station] Station
Monitor:[Off] Off
DC Loop:[Off] Off

050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059

Ring Det Mode:[Normal] Normal


---------Pulse Rate:[10pps] 10pps
------------------Busy Tone Check:[On] On
------------------Comm.JRNL +Image:[On] On
Conf.RCV Report:[On] On

010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019

TX Level:[-11dBm] -11dBm
RX Level:[-43dBm] -43dBm
DTMF Level:[-5dBm] -5dBm
G3 RX EQL:[0dB] 0dB
G3 TX EQL:[0dB] 0dB
----------------TX Start:[14400bps] 14400bps
RX Start:[14400bps] 14400bps
ITU-T V.34:[On] On

060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069

Version: UF-9000 AAV......


TX/RX/PRT/CPY: 000080/000168/000003/000000
Print Counter:[Off] Off
---------------------------------------------NYSE Fax Forward:[Off] Off
NYSE Local Print:[inc] inc

020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029

ITU-T ECM:[On] On
EP Tone:[Off] Off
Sig. Interval:[500ms] 500ms
TCF Check:[Normal] Normal
CED Freq.:[2100Hz] 2100Hz
Comm. Start-Up:[1'st] 1'st
Non-Standard:[On] On
Short Protocol B:[On] On
Short Protocol D:[On] On
Remote Diag.:[On] On

070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079

Line Error:[128] 128


Total Error:[10] 10
Conti. Error:[Off] Off
Error Detect:[Rate] Rate
RTN Receive:[Discon] Discon
Coding:[JBIG] JBIG
Batch TX:[On] On
RX JAM Length:[2 m] 2 m
-------------------

030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039

CED & 300bps:[75ms] 75ms


RTC=EQL x 12:[Off] Off
V34TX Start:[33600bps] 33600bps
V34RX Start:[33600bps] 33600bps
V34 TX SR:[3429sr] 3429sr
V34 RX SR:[3429sr] 3429sr
--------Protocol Display:[Off] Off
--------Flash Time:[500ms] 500ms

080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089

Doc Top Feed:[0] 0


Doc End Feed:[0] 0
JAM Length:[2 m] 2 m
---------Line As Nopaper:[Ring] Ring
------------------Darker Level:[2] 2
Normal Level:[8] 8
Lighter Level:[14] 14

040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049

--------Pause Time:[3sec] 3sec


--------Redial Interval:[3min] 3min
Redial Count:[5] 5
Ring Det. Count:[2] 2
On-Hook Time:[5sec] 5sec
Response Wait:[5sec] 55sec
-----------------

090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099

------------------Smoothing:[On] On
------------------Reduction Ratio:[100%] 100%
-------------------------------------

Note: The power must be reset for the new parameter settings to take effect.
-PANASONIC
*****

******************* -PANASONIC

- ****** -12345678901234567890- *********

Note:
1. The contents of the Function Parameter List may vary depending on the countrys regulations.
2. * mark will be shown on the left side of number when setting was changed from default.

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Function Parameter List (Sample)


************* -FUNCTION PARAMETER- ************* DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 12:07 ***P.02
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109

------------------Book Top Feed:[0] 0


Book End Feed:[0] 0
-------------------------------------------------------

150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159

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

110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119

MAC Address: 080023000177


---------Insert EMAIL TXT:[Off] Off
---------Symbol set:[Std] Std
Time Zone:[Direct] Direct
Overwrite Warning:[Yes] Yes
----------------------------

160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169

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

120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

------------------LDAP:[On] On
----------------------------------------------------------------

170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179

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

130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

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

180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189

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

140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149

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

190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199

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

Note: The power must be reset for the new parameter settings to take effect.
-PANASONIC
*****

****************** -PANASONIC

- ****** -12345678901234567890- ***********

Note:
1. The contents of the Function Parameter List may vary depending on the countrys regulations.
2. * mark will be shown on the left side of number when setting was changed from default.

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UF-9000
DP-180/190

Page Memory Test

A test pattern prints out for checking the page memory and printer mechanism using the following
procedure.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "3: Print Report/List" on the display.

Press the SET key.

Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "3: Page Memory Test".

Press the SET key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.

************* TEST PATTERN PRINT **************** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 12:07 ***P.01

SC
:
SC BOOT
:
PNL
:
PRINTER
:
SPC(SCANNER) :
FAX MODEM
:
SC2
:

TX/RX/PRT/CPY
MEMORY SIZE
MAC ADDRESS
SHIPMENT SET

: 000123/000456/000789/000666
: (2 MB)
: 08002300E078

-PANASONIC
*****

****************** -PANASONIC

- ****** -12345678901234567890- ***********

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DP-180/190

Printer Report

All printer errors are logged on the Printer Report which can be printed by the following procedure.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "3: Print Report/List" on the display.

Press the SET key.

Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "4: Printer Report".

Press the SET key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.

**************-PRINTER REPORT-********************* DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 19:02********


LAST PRINT ERROR

: MMM-dd-yyyy 15:38 J00

SERIAL NUMBER
CUSTOMER ID

:
: 1234567890123456

FIRMWARE VERSION
SC
PNL
SPC (SCANNER)
PRINTER

:
:
:
:

TRANSMIT COUNTER
RECEIVE COUNTER
COPY COUNTER
PRINT COUNTER

:
:
:
:

00-00000016

000475
000398
000083
000016

ERROR CODE RRROR COUNT


NO.DATE & TIME
ERROR CODE RRROR COUNT | NO.DATE & TIME
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------01.MMM-dd-yyyy 15:38 J00
00-00000016 |
02.MMM-dd-yyyy 10:48 J02
00-00000016 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-PANASONIC
*****

*******************-PANAFAX

-*******-12345678901234567890-**************

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DP-180/190

All Document Files

Print the document files from the Flash Memory.


Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "3: Print Report/List" on the display.

Press the SET key.

Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "5: All Document Files".

Press the SET key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.

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Protocol Trace

Print a Protocol Trace Report for the previous communication.


Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "3: Print Report/List" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "1:Function Parameter List".

Press the V, /\ arrow keys select the "6: Protocol Trace".

Press the SET key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.

*************** PROTOCOL LOG. REPORT ****************** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 16:56 *******

STATUS
MODE
SPEED
REMOTE CAPA.
LOCAL CAPA.

:
:
:
:
:

OK
ECM-TX (STANDARD)
9600bps 0MS/L
DIS 00 CE B9 C4 80 12
TSI 2B 20 20 20 38 37 2B 2B 2B 2B
39 38 36 36 35 34 37 38 38 30
DCS 00 C6 F8 44

COMMAND LOG.
REMOTE
: NSF
CSI
DIS
CFR
LOCAL
:
TSI
DCS
PIX
PPS-EOP
-----------------------------------------------------------------REMOTE
: MCF
LOCAL
:
DCN
-PANASONIC
****************************-PANASONIC

-*************-12345678901234567890-***************

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DP-180/190

Toner Order Form

The Toner Order Form can be printed out manually by the following procedure.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "3: Print Report/List" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "1:Function Parameter List".

Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "7: Toner Order Form".

Press the SET key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.

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DP-180/190

*************************************
>
TONER CARTRIDGE ORDER FORM
<
*************************************

**** The toner supply in your machine is running low **** (1)
To order a replacement Cartridge from your Authorized Dealer
Panasonic Corp. (2)
by Phone:
by Fax:

1 201 111 5555 (3)


1 201 111 4444 (4)

Thank you for your order.

Customer Name and Address


=========================
Ship to:

Bill to:

Attention:

Attention:

Phone No.:

Phone No.:

Customer ID: ABC COMPANY (5)

P.O. No.(if required):

Toner Cartridge No.:

(6)

Serial No.:

Quantity Required:

/
Print your name and title

Signature & Date

Explanation of Contents
(1) Low Toner Message (Fixed)

The toner supply in your machine is running low

(2) Dealer Name

Up to 25 digits

(3) Toner Order Tel #

Up to 36 digits

(4) Toner Order Fax #

Up to 36 digits

(5) Customer ID

Up to 16 characters (User Identification Code)

(6) Toner Cartridge No.

Refer to the Supply list

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4.2.5.
4.2.5.1.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Fax Service Mode 4 (Modem Test)


Binary Signal

This Service Mode is used to check the binary signal output. Signals can be output to the line using the
following procedure.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "4: MODEM Test" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "1: Signal Test".

Press the SET key.

Press the desired number.

Press the SET key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.


Binary Signal Table
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Signals
V21 300bps
V27ter 2400bps
V27ter 4800bps
V29 7200bps
V29 9600bps
V17 TC7200bps
V17 TC9600bps
V17 12000bps
V17 14400bps

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DP-180/190

Tonal Signal

This Service Mode is used to check the tonal signal output. Signals can be output to the line using the
following procedure.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "4: MODEM Test" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "2: Tonal Testl".

Press the SET key.

Press the desired number and press the "START" key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.


Tonal Signal Table
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Signals
462 Hz
1080 Hz
1100 Hz
1300 Hz
1650 Hz
1850 Hz
2100 Hz

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DP-180/190

DTMF Signal

This Service Mode is used to check the DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) signal output.
The DTMF signal can be generated using the following procedure.
DTMF Single Tone
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "4: MODEM Test" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "3: DTMF Test".

Press the SET key.

Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "1. Single".

Press the desired number and press the "START" key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.


DTMF Dual Tone
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "4: MODEM Test" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "3: DTMF Test".

Press the SET key.

Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "2. Dual".

Press the desired number and press the "START" key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.


DTMF Single Tone Table
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

DTMF Dual Tone Table

DTMF Signal Tones


697 Hz
770 Hz
852 Hz
941 Hz
1209 Hz
1336 Hz
1477 Hz
1633 Hz

Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
#

DTMF Dual Tones


941 Hz + 1336 Hz
697 Hz + 1209 Hz
697 Hz + 1336 Hz
697 Hz + 1477 Hz
770 Hz + 1209 Hz
770 Hz + 1336 Hz
770 Hz + 1477 Hz
852 Hz + 1209 Hz
852 Hz + 1336 Hz
852 Hz + 1477 Hz
941 Hz + 1209 Hz
941 Hz + 1477 Hz

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DP-180/190

Binary Signal (V.34)

This Service Mode is used to check the binary signal output. Signals can be output to the line using the
following procedure. (V.34)
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "4: MODEM Test" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "4: V34 MODEM".

Press the SET key.

Press the desired number and press the "START" key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.


Binary Signal Table
Number
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Signals
V34 2400 sr 2400 bps
V34 2400 sr 4800 bps
V34 2400 sr 7200 bps
V34 2400 sr 9600 bps
V34 2400 sr 12000 bps
V34 2400 sr 14400 bps
V34 2400 sr 16800 bps
V34 2400 sr 19200 bps
V34 2400 sr 21600 bps
V34 2800 sr 4800 bps
V34 2800 sr 7200 bps
V34 2800 sr 9600 bps
V34 2800 sr 12000 bps
V34 2800 sr 14400 bps
V34 2800 sr 16800 bps
V34 2800 sr 19200 bps
V34 2800 sr 21600 bps
V34 2800 sr 24000 bps
V34 2800 sr 26400 bps
V34 3000 sr 4800 bps
V34 3000 sr 7200 bps

Number
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

Signals
V34 3000 sr 9600 bps
V34 3000 sr 12000 bps
V34 3000 sr 14400 bps
V34 3000 sr 16800 bps
V34 3000 sr 19200 bps
V34 3000 sr 21600 bps
V34 3000 sr 24000 bps
V34 3000 sr 26400 bps
V34 3000 sr 28800 bps
V34 3200 sr 4800 bps
V34 3200 sr 7200 bps
V34 3200 sr 9600 bps
V34 3200 sr 12000 bps
V34 3200 sr 14400 bps
V34 3200 sr 16800 bps
V34 3200 sr 19200 bps
V34 3200 sr 21600 bps
V34 3200 sr 24000 bps
V34 3200 sr 26400 bps
V34 3200 sr 28800 bps
V34 3200 sr 31200 bps

Number
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

Signals
V34 3429 sr 4800 bps
V34 3429 sr 7200 bps
V34 3429 sr 9600 bps
V34 3429 sr 12000 bps
V34 3000 sr 19200 bps
V34 3429 sr 16800 bps
V34 3429 sr 19200 bps
V34 3429 sr 21600 bps
V34 3429 sr 24000 bps
V34 3429 sr 26400 bps
V34 3429 sr 28800 bps
V34 3429 sr 31200 bps
V34 3429 sr 33600 bps
ANSam
CM
JM
INFO0c & TONEB
INFO0c & TONEA
PPh & AC & ALT

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4.2.6.

Fax Service Mode 6 (RAM Initialization)

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Initializes RAM and restores the Function Parameters to their default values.
Note:
This operation should be performed when the unit is first installed.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "6: RAM initialize" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the desired Mode number.

Press the "SET" key to initialize RAM.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.


RAM Initialization Table
No.
01

Initialize Mode
PARAMETER INITIALIZE

02
03
04
05
06
07

JOURNAL CLEAR
AUTO DIAL CLEAR
PROGRAM DIAL CLEAR
LOGO/ID/PSWD CLEAR
LBP ERROR LOG CLEAR
SHIPMENT SET

08
09

FLASH MEMORY CLEAR


ALL JOB CLEAR

Description
Restores the Fax and Function Parameters to default
values.
Note: Turn the Power Switch to the OFF and back to the
ON position to enable the parameter settings.
Clears the Journal contents.
Clears the One-touch, ABBR Numbers and Phone Books.
Clears the Program keys.
Clears the Logo, ID, Polling Password.
Clears the Printer Error Log.
Deletes all setting information, except parameter number
80 and 81, then set default values.
Deletes all information in the Flash Memory.
Clears all Jobs stored in Flash Memory.

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4.2.7.
4.2.7.1.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

FAX Service Mode 8 (Check & Call)


Overview

This feature enables the Authorized Servicing Dealers to manage and improve the machine maintenance to
their customers by alerting them of equipment problems. It also can be used as a Supply Sales Tool by
alerting the Dealer that the unit is running Low on Toner. The function overview is as follows:
1. The machines printer error information is stored in the Printer Report.
2. The printer report can be manually printed when required.
3. When printer errors occurs, the unit can automatically transmit the Service Alert Report to the preregistered telephone number or email address.
4. When the unit detects Low Toner or PM counter reached the maintenance timing, it can automatically
transmit the Maintenance Alert Report to the pre-registered telephone number or email address.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "08 Check & Call" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the desired code number.


(i.e. 01 Service Alert Fax #, input the telephone No. or for an email address, press the "FAX/EMAIL"
Mode key and input the email address.)

Press the "SET" key.

Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.

4.2.7.2.

Printer Reports

Conditions under which a report can be printed or transmitted


1. Manual print
The Printer Report can be printed by Service Mode 3. (See Sect. 4.2.4.3.)
2. Automatic transmission/printout
a. Service Alert Report
When the unit detects an Emergency Printer Error, the unit will immediately transmit the Service
Alert Report to the pre-registered telephone number or email address. However, the unit will not
transmit the Service Alert Report if it finds the same error within the same date in the error log.
b. Maintenance Alert Report
When the unit detects Low Toner, the unit can automatically transmit the Maintenance Alert Report
to the pre-registered telephone number or email address. Refer to the Error Code Table.
c. Toner Order Form
When the unit detects Low Toner, the unit can automatically print the Toner Order Form with the preregistered order information.
d. Call Counter Report
When the printer counter reaches the pre-set number, the unit can automatically transmit the Call
Counter Report to the pre-registered telephone number or email address.
Note:
The Service and Maintenance Alert Reports are managed in the same manner as the normal memory
transmission (Retry, Incomplete, File List, Display while it is transmitting, Journal).

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DP-180/190

Error
Code
Ex-xx
E13
Jxx
Uxx
U13

Log
O

Tx
Remarks
Report
S
Refer to the Mechanical Error Code (E Code) Table. (Sect. 3.1.3.)
Out of Toner.
Refer to the Jam Error Code (J Code) Table. (Sect. 3.1.2.)
Refer to the User Error Code (U Code) Table. (Sect. 3.1.1.)
M
Low Toner.

Note:
TX (Transmission) Report: S = Service Alert Report, M = Maintenance Alert Report

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DP-180/190

SERVICE ALERT REPORT FORMAT

*************************************************** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 03:47 ********


****************************
>
SERVICE ALERT REPORT
<
****************************
LAST PRINT ERROR

(1) CUSTOMER ID
(2) FIRMWARE VERSION
SC
SPC

: MMM-dd-yyyy 20:07 E04-01

00-00000013

: ABC COMPANY
:
:

(3) COUNTER INFORMATION:


F7-02 Total Count
PM COUNT
Scanner PM Count
ADF Count
OPC Drum Count
Process Unit Count
ADF PM Count
Developer Count
Corona Cleaning Count
Avg. Print/Drum Rise Up
Total OPC Rotation Time
Avg. Sec/Drum Rise Up
F7-03 Sheet Bypass Count
1st Paper Tray Count
2nd Paper Tray Count

:
:
:
:
:
:
:

CURRENT
13
13
9
1
13
13
1

:
:
:
:
:

13
13
1.00
0.03
0.01

:
:
:

0
3
10

PM CYCLE
240000
(------)
(------)
----------(------)

:
:
:

CURRENT
0
3
10

F7-04 ADF Count


ADF Read Count
Scanner Count
Scanner Read Count

:
:
:
:

1
1
9
9

F7-05 Copy Print Count


Copy Scan Count

:
:

3
4

F7-06 PC Print Count


PC Scan Count

:
:

0
6

F7-07 FAX Transmit Count


FAX Receive Count
FAX Print Count

:
:
:

0
0
0

2-Sided Count
A4/LETTER Count
A4-R/LETTER-R Count

(4) PRINT ERROR:


NO. DATE & TIME
ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT | NO. DATE & TIME
ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------01 MMM-dd-yyyy 20:07 E04-01
00-00000013 |
02 MMM-dd-yyyy 20:04 E04-01
00-00000013 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LOGO PANASONIC
*****

*********************** -CHARACTER ID

- ***** -31415926535897932384-*********

Explanation of Contents
(1) Customer ID
(2) Firmware Version
(3) Counter Information
(4) Print Error

Last 30 records (Latest on top)

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DP-180/190

MAINTENANCE ALERT REPORT FORMAT

*************************************************** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 12:00 ********


****************************
> MAINTENANCE ALERT REPORT <
****************************

LAST PRINT ERROR : MACHINE IS RUNNING OUT OF TONER (1)


CUSTOMER ID

: ABC COMPANY (2)

(3)
FIRMWARE VERSION
SC
:
SPC
:
TRANSMIT COUNTER
RECEIVE COUNTER
COPY COUNTER
PRINT COUNTER

:
:
:
:

000244
000082
000000
000000

(4)

NO.DATE & TIME


ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT
NO.DATE & TIME
ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-LOGO PANASONIC
************************************ -CHARACTER ID

- ***** -31415926535897932384-***********

Explanation of Contents
(1) Low Toner Message (Fixed)

MACHINE IS RUNNING OUT OF TONER

(2) Customer ID

Up to 16 characters (User Identification Code)

(3) Firmware Version


(4) Transmission / Reception / Copy / Print Counters

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DP-180/190

Toner Order Form


*************************************
>
TONER CARTRIDGE ORDER FORM
<
*************************************

**** The toner supply in your machine is running low **** (1)
To order a replacement Cartridge from your Authorized Dealer
Panasonic Corp. (2)
by Phone:
by Fax:

1 201 111 5555 (3)


1 201 111 4444 (4)

Thank you for your order.

Customer Name and Address


=========================
Ship to:

Bill to:

Attention:

Attention:

Phone No.:

Phone No.:

Customer ID: ABC COMPANY (5)

P.O. No.(if required):

Toner Cartridge No.:

(6)

Serial No.:

Quantity Required:

/
Print your name and title

Signature & Date

Explanation of Contents
(1) Low Toner Message (Fixed)

The toner supply in your machine is running low

(2) Dealer Name

Up to 25 digits

(3) Toner Order Tel #

Up to 36 digits

(4) Toner Order Fax #

Up to 36 digits

(5) Customer ID

Up to 16 characters (User Identification Code)

(6) Toner Cartridge No.

Refer to the Supply list

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DP-180/190

CALL COUNTER REPORT

*************************************************** DATE MMM-dd-yyyy ***** TIME 03:47 ********


*****************************************************************
>
SCHEDULED REPORT - CALL COUNTER HAS REACHED PRE-SET VALUE
<
*****************************************************************
LAST PRINT ERROR
: MMM-dd-yyyy 20:07 E04-01
00-00000013

(1) CUSTOMER ID
(2) FIRMWARE VERSION
SC
SPC

: ABC COMPANY
:
:

(3) COUNTER INFORMATION:


PM COUNT
Scanner PM Count
ADF Count
OPC Drum Count
Process Unit Count
ADF PM Count
Fuser Web Count
Developer Count
Corona Cleaning Count
Avg. Print/Drum Rise Up
Total OPC Rotation Time
Avg. Sec/Drum Rise Up

CURRENT
:
13
:
9
:
1
:
13
:
13
:
1
: 240986
:
13
:
13
:
1.00
:
0.03
:
0.01

F7-03 Sheet Bypass Count


1st Paper Tray Count
2nd Paper Tray Count
3rd Paper Tray Count
4th Paper Tray Count

:
:
:
:
:

0
3
10
0
0

(4) Call Counter Pre-Set Value

14000

PM CYCLE
(------)
(------)
----------(------)

:
:
:
:

CURRENT
3
10
0
0

F7-04 ADF Count


ADF Read Count
Scanner Count
Scanner Read Count

:
:
:
:

1
1
9
9

F7-05 Copy Print Count


Copy Scan Count

:
:

3
4

F7-06 PC Print Count


PC Scan Count

:
:

0
6

F7-07 FAX Transmit Count


FAX Receive Count
FAX Print Count

:
:
:

0
0
0

A4/LETTER Count
A4-R/LETTER-R Count
A3/LEDGER Count
B4/LEGAL Count

PRINT ERROR:
NO. DATE & TIME
ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT | NO. DATE & TIME
ERROR CODE ERROR COUNT
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------01 MMM-dd-yyyy 20:07 E04-01
00-00000013 |
02 MMM-dd-yyyy 20:04 E04-01
00-00000013 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LOGO PANASONIC
*****

*********************** -CHARACTER ID

- ***** -31415926535897932384-*********

Explanation of Contents
(1) Customer ID
(2) Firmware Version
(3) Counter Information
(4) Call Counter Pre-Set Value

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4.2.8.

Service Mode 9 (System Maintenance)

4.2.8.1.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Overview

This Service Mode is used to maintain the machine. Use the following procedure for System Maintenance.
Press the V, /\ arrow keys to select the "9: System Maintenance" on the display.

Press the SET key to select the "8: Send RCVD File". The display changes to the Fax Mode.

Select the desired Fax number.

Press "START" to send the Fax.


After the transmission, the machine returns to the Stand-by Mode.
Note:
If there is NO File in the machine, this operation will not function.
Press the STOP key twice to exit the service mode.
System Maintenance Table
No.
Maintenance Mode
08 Send RCV'D File

Description
Transfers documents from memory to another fax machine
during a fatal printer error.

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5 Exploded View & Parts List

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Note:
1. Panasonic Document Imaging Company and other Panasonic Sales Companies reserve the right to
change any information enclosed herein without prior notification.
(This includes, but is not limited to, parts pricing, availability, and text)
2. Electrical parts supplied may include previously used components.
3.

Important Safety Notice

Components identified by a
mark, have special characteristics important for safety.
When replacing any of these components, use only manufacturers specified parts.
4. In Remarks column, "PM" indicates Preventive Maintenance Part".
5. In Remarks column, "RTL" indicates that the Retention Time is limited for this item. After the
discontinuation of this assembly in production, the item will continue to be available for a specific
period of time. The retention period of availability is dependant on the type of assembly, and in
accordance with the laws governing part and product retention. After the end of this period, the
assembly will no longer be available.
6. This Unit" which includes other itemized parts is provided as Limited Availability" for your
convenience, and will only be offered for up to 3 years after the production of the unit ceases.
However, the individual contents of the assembly will be available for the standard period.
7. Supplier "OAPD" is the supplier code 00029151.
8. For Screw identification and Part Number, please refer to the last section of this chapter.

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5.1.

Destination Codes
Code
AG
AL
AM
AU
AV
EB
EE
EH

5.1.1.

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Destination
Germany
Australia; New Zealand
Switzerland
USA, Canada, Mexico; Panama (120
VAC Power Supply)
France
England; Singapore; Malaysia; Hong
Kong
Italy
Belgium; Netherlands

Code
EP
ER
ES
YA
YC
YV

Destination
Spain; Greece; Portugal
Denmark; Norway; Sweden; Finland;
Turkey
Saudi Arabia; U.A.E.
Panama; Chile(220-240 VAC Power
Supply)
South Africa; Egypt; Russia;
Hungary; Czech; Poland
China

Destination Codes for Fax Option


Code
AA
AB
AE
AG
AH
AJ
AK
AL
AM
AP
AR
AT
AU
AV
AW
EE
EN

Destination

Code

Austria
England
Taiwan
Germany
Netherlands
Spain
Hong Kong SAR, PRC
Australia
Switzerland
Portugal
Belgium
Turkey
USA; Puerto Rico; Canada
France
New Zealand
Italy
Denmark; Finland; Norway; Sweden

YA
YC
YG
YK
YM
YP
YR
YS
YV
YW
YX
YY

Destination
Panama; Chile
(220-240 VAC Power Supply)
Universal 220-240 VAC Power
Supply Version
Greece
South Korea
Malaysia
Poland; Hungary; Czech
Russia
Saudi Arabia
China
South Africa
Singapore
Mexico; Panama
(120 VAC Power Supply)

107
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.2.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Control Panel Unit


Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

101

PJKEB0115Z

Base, Panel

All

102

PJKKB0001Z

Holder, Battery

All
For UF-9000/
DP-190

PJGPB0011Z
103

104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118

119

120
121
122
123

124

Cover, Panel
PJGPB0011Y
PJGPB0011X
PJGPB0011W
DZKB000796
DZKB000762
DZKB000641
DZKB000760
DZKB000922
DZKB000640
DZKB000862
DZKB000858
DZKB000637
DZKB000803
PJBCB0017Z
PJBCB0022Z
PJBCB0016Z
PJBCB0018Z
PJBCB0019Z
PJBCB0019Y
PJBCB0019X
PJBCB0020Z
PJBCB0020Y
PJBCB0020X
PJBCB0020W
PJBCB0021Z
PJKEB0120Z
PJBAB0020Z
PJHXB0019Z
PJGKB0087Z
PJGKB0107Y
PJGKB0107X
PJGKB0107W
PJGKB0107V

For DP-180

Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,
Key,

Start
Stop
Reset
Function
A
B
Copy
Scan/File
Print
Touch3
Fax/Email
Ten
Contrast
Zoom
For
For
For
For
For

Key, 1

Key, 2

UF-9000
DP-180/190
DP-180
UF-9000
DP-180/190

For DP-180
Key, 3
Lamp, Doing
Holder, LCD
Sheet, Insulated
For UF-9000
For DP-190
LCD Window
For DP-180

PJGKB0107Z
PJGKB0088Z

125

PJGKB0088Y
PJGKB0088X
PJGKB0088W

Except
YV
AG
AV
YV
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
Except
AV
AU
Except
AG
AV
All
All
All
All
AU
AU
AG
AV
YV
Except
AV, YV

AG, AV,

AV

AG, AV

AU, AG,

For UF-9000/
DP-190

AU

For DP-180

AG
AV
YV
Except AU, AG,
AV, YV

Sheet, Panel 1

PJGKB0088U

AU

108
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

125
124

126
103
2

120

106

117
105

121
For UF-9000

108

For DP-180/190

130

104
115

107

116
108

110

114

113

1942

For DP-180/190
only 109

123

1907

118
127

1943

109

111
122

119
F10

112

1943

1939
1940

129

1906

1941
1948

1905
1909
F10

1908
F10

F10
101
7

F10

V6
128
102

Fig. 1 Control Panel Unit

109
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

PJGKB0089Z

Remarks
For UF-9000

Destination

LCD Module

AU
Except AG, AV,
YV
AG
AV
YV
All

CR2032

Battery

All

129

PJHXC0001Z

Sheet, Protect

All

130

PJBCB0023Z
Depends on
Destination
Depends on
Destination
DZEC102980
DZEC102992
DZEC102993
DZFP001561
DZFP001562
DZFP001563
DZFP001564
DZFP001548
DZFP001574
XTB3+8G
XTB3+8JFN

Key, C

PJGKB0089Y
126

127

PJGKB0089X
PJGKB0089W
PJGKB0089V
DZDA000047

128

1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1948
F10
V6

For DP-180/190
Sheet, Panel 2
For DP-180

For DP-180/190
See Sect. 5.18.
PC Boards
See Sect. 5.18.
PC Boards
RTL, PbF
RTL, PbF
RTL, PbF

PC Board, PNL1
PC Board, PNL2
PC Board, PNL3
PC Board, PNL4
PC Board, PNL5
Harness, PNL1-PNL2_17PIN
Harness, PNL1-PNL2_14PIN
Harness, PNL1-PNL3_18PIN
Harness, PNL1-PNL3_10PIN
Harness, PNL2-PNL3_5PIN
Harness, Book-PNL
Screw
Screw

OAPD

All

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

110
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

125
124

126
103
2

120

106

117
105

121
For UF-9000

108

For DP-180/190

130

104
115

107

116
108

110

114

113

1942

For DP-180/190
only 109

123

1907

118
127

1943

109

111
122

119
F10

112

1943

1939
1940

129

1906

1941
1948

1905
1909
F10

1908
F10

F10
101
7

F10

V6
128
102

Fig. 1 Control Panel Unit

111
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.3.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Scanner Unit
Ref.
No.
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219

81150C008H
92110C001H
92143D001H
92102C001H
92123D001H
91123D035H
91133D004H
91102D012H
91102D011H
91123D034H
92123C003H
92123A001H
92125D006H
92130D002H
92102C007H
92102C002H
92102C003H
92123C004H
7UA1810A681B

Switch, Magnetic
Shaft, IR
Belt
Plate, Motor Fix
Gear, 60T/P16T
Collar
Spring, Tension
Sheet, Holder
Holder, Pulley
Pulley, Idle
Cover, Hole
Frame, IR Base
Seal, CCD Harness
Sponge
Plate, Metal
Cover, Main Board
Base, Cover
Cover, Harness
Assembly, Scanner Cover

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

221

738902000340

Motor

All

222
223
224
225
226
227
228
230
231

737430400030
92102D005H
783309000120
92129D010H
92102D007H
92102D008H
92102D009H
92129D021H
92129D022H

Sensor, Home Detect


Spring, Plate
E-Ring
Seal, Screw
Plate, FFC Set
Plate, Seal
Plate, Core Set
Gasket 1
Gasket 2

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

1910

7UA1810AF11A

PC Board, SPC

XTW3+8LFN
XTW3+8PFN

Screw
Screw

H8
V7

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

PbF

Destination

All
All
All

112
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

225

V7

219

H8
216

V7

1910
3

201
Fig. 3

230

H8

231

213

214

V7
207

V7

210

202

221

209

V7

H8
226

223

227

204
205

V7

217

208

203

206

224
215

206
V7

H8

V7
222

223

224

218

V7
V7
228
7

212
211
8

Fig. 2 Scanner Unit

113
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.4.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

CCD
Ref.
No.
301

Parts Number
7UA1810A721B

Part Name

Assembly, CCD Module

7UA1810A722B

Supplier

Remarks
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For DP-180

Destination
AU
Except AU

303

738903000110

Lamp, Scanning

All

305
306

735109001050
81325D113H

All
All

1922

739909000620

Core
Cover, Inverter
Cable, CCD
(Flat Harness)
Screw

W8

XTN3+8JFN

All
All

114
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

305

W8
1922

303

305

W8
306
301
7

Fig. 3 CCD

115
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.5.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

ADF
Ref.
No.
401

92123A005H

Cover, Top ADF

All

402

92123A007H

Cover, Rear ADF

All

403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428

91134C001H
92130D001H
91123A004H
91123D006H
91102D005H
91123D025H
91102D004H
92123D004H
92123D005H
91123D021H
91123D022H
91127C004H
91110D003H
81123D150H
91127C003H
91110D002H
92110D001H
91123D024H
91123D023H
81123D148H
92123D003H
92142D001H
91110D007H
81133D040H
91129D010H
737430400020

Hinge, ADF
Pad, Scanning
Base, ADF
Level, Sensor
Plate, Roll Fix
Roller
Plate, ADF Roller Fix
Gear, 23S
Gear, 19S
Base, Pickup
Arm, Stopper
Roller, Pickup
Shaft, Pickup
Gear, 23T
Roller, ADF
Shaft, ADF
Shaft, Transfer
Shutter, Right
Shutter, Left
Gear, 12T
Gear, 20T
Clutch, One Way
Pin
Spring, Tension
Sheet, Trace
Sensor, 400mm

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

429

92123A006H

Guide, Document

All

430
431
432
433
434
435
436

92123B001H
92123C002H
92123C001H
91123D008H
81123D156H
91123D005H
92125D001H

All
All
All
All
All
All
All

437

92125D007H

439
440

91123D042H
91137D002H

Guide, Extend Document


Guide, Front
Guide, Rear
Rack, Guide
Gear, 24T
Cover, Tray
Sheet, Tray
Label, Max. Capacity
Indicator
Base, Dummy Hinge
Screw, Dummy Hinge

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

PM

PM

Destination

All
All
All

116
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

447
413

401

415
414

411

412

410
449
413
416

406
428

424

426

423

417
418
V7

419

436

409
445

430

432
437
3

427
V7

405

407
408
422

V7

420

429

444

H8

421
441

402
443

427

431

440

H8

435
433

V7
1911

433

444

439

V7

434

448

425
403
404
V8

425

442

446
8

Fig. 4 ADF (1/2)

117
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
441
442
443
444
445
446
447

Parts Number
92123D011H
7UZFFA02501B
91123D043H
92130D003H
92130D004H
PJQTB0292Z
21070121706
PJQTB0265Z

Part Name

For UF-9000
For DP-180/190
Label, F

449

PJQTB0265X
PJQTB0265W
PJQTB0265V
PJQTB0265U
7UA1810A631B

1911

7UA1810AS11A

PC Board, ADF

XTW3+8LFN
XTW3+8PFN
XTW4+16P

Screw
Screw
Screw

H8
V7
V8

Remarks

Cover, Dummy Hinge


ADF Unit
Hinge, Upper Dummy
Cushion, Stopper
Cushion, Pick-up
Label, Color
E-Ring

PJQTB0265Y
448

Supplier

For DP-180

Assembly, Pickup
PbF

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
Except AG, AV,
EE, YV
AG
AV
EE
YV
All
All
All
All
All

118
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

447
413

401

415
414

411

412

410
449
413
416

406
428

424

426

423

417
418
V7

419

436

409
445

430

432
437
3

427
V7

405

407
408
422

V7

420

429

444

H8

421
441

402
443

427

431

440

H8

435
433

V7
1911

433

444

439

V7

434

448

425
403
404
V8

425

442

446
8

Fig. 4 ADF (1/2)

119
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540

Parts Number
92123A004H
92129D002H
91127D001H
91133D001H
92123D015H
91102D007H
91123D003H
91123D001H
91100D001H
91123A003H
91123A002H
91192D001H
91133D002H
92123D006H
91134D001H
91127C001H
91102D002H
91102C004H
91127C002H
92123D012H
91123D012H
91102C002H
92123D014H
91123D053H
91123D002H
91102B002H
91123D013H
91123D009H
91123D015H
92123D002H
91123D014H
91133D005H
91123D010H
91129D008H
81141C001H
92129D001H
91142D002H
92129D004H
91134D002H
737430400010

Part Name
Base, ADF
Sheet, Protect Cover
Roll, Exit
Spring, Exit Roller
Cover, Protect
Spring, Roller Pressure
Arm, Sensor
Roll, Pinch
Shaft
Cover, Frame
Frame, ADF
Plate, Motor Attachment
Spring, Tension
Holder, Pickup Sheet
Sheet, Pickup
Roller, Feed
Spring, Ground
Plate, Reading
Roller, Exit
Stud, Gap
Gear, 33T
Plate, Front Attachment
Lib, Fix Plate
Hook, Top Cover
Knob, Paper Transport
Plate, Rear Attachment
Gear, 48T
Gear, 18/45T
Gear, 18/40T
Gear, 32/15T
Gear, 26T
Spring, Reading Plate
Gear, 30T
Sheet, Guide
Magnetic
Sheet, White Reference
Bushing, D6
Sheet, Gap Limit
Brush, Antistatic
Sensor, 320mm

Supplier

Remarks

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

120
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

551

548

515
546

547

V7
541

514

513

V9

V9
W5

521

524

542
549

527

528
530
512

539

517
P8

529

510

537
531
533

519

526

511

523

537

V7

524
V9

516
537

518
538

532
522
552

525

520

536
534

504

503

540

501

507

550

535

506

W1
505

V7
553

554

509

502
V7

508

Fig. 5 ADF (2/2)

121
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

541

738902000331

Motor

All

542
546
547
548
549
550
551
552

737428200050
91123D004H
91127D002H
91129D004H
91129D009H
91133D006H
81158D013H
92129D008H
DZHT000027
DZHT000004

Sensor, Cover
Base, Pad
Rubber, Separation
Sheet, Pad
Sheet, Pressure
Spring, Torsion
Rivet, Snap
Sheet, Plate

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
Except AU

553

Stamp Head

PM

554

7UA1810A951B

Assembly, Stamp

All

P8
V7
V9
W1
W5

XTW3+8P
XTW3+8PFN
XTW3+6LFN
XTS3+8J
XSN2+10FN

Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

All
All
All
All
All

122
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

551

548

515
546

547

V7
541

514

513

V9

V9
W5

521

524

542
549

527

528
530
512

539

517
P8

529

510

537
531
533

519

526

511

523

537

V7

524
V9

516
537

518
538

532
522
552

525

520

536
534

504

503

540

501

507

550

535

506

W1
505

V7
553

554

509

502
V7

508

Fig. 5 ADF (2/2)

123
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.6.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Cover Assembly
Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

602
603
604
605
606

PJKEB0081Z
PJKEB0081Y
PJKEB0081X
PJHRB0567Z
PJHRB0568Z
PJHRB0045Z
PJHRB0046Z
PJBAB0011Z

607

PJYK4P7305M

608
609
610
611

PJDSB0034Z
PJDSB0145Z
PJDRB0017Z
PJDRB0093Z

Support, Right Paper


Support, Left Paper
Rack, Guide
Gear, Paper Guide Pinion
Hook
Assembly, Pinch Roller
Holder
Spring, Pinch Roller
Spring, Cleaning Roller
Roller, Pinch
Roller, Cleaning

612

PJYKF2300AU

Door, Rear

613
614

PJDFB0008Z
PJDSB0112Z

Shaft, Roller
Spring

615

PJKEB0110Z

Cover, Right Side

All

616

PJKEB0111Z

Cover, Left Side

All

617

PJKEB0112Z

Cover, Rear

All

618
619

PJKEB0116Z
PJKEB0117Z

Cover , Right Leg


Cover, Left Leg

All
All

620

PJKEB0118Z

Cover, PCB

All

621

DZMA003267

Cover, Flash Memory Card

All

622

PJQTB0264Z

Sheet, Right Cover

All

623

PJKEB0113Z

Cover, Top

All

624
625

PJKEB0114Z
PJKEB0130Z
DZDU000025
DZDU000027
DZJE000738
DZMA000260
DZJE000740
DZMA000269

Tray, Sub Paper


Cover, Rear Paper Tray

601

626
627
628

For UF-9000
For DP-190
For DP-180

Destination

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

AU
AU
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All

Cover, Front

All
OAPD
OAPD

Handset
Cradle, Upper
Cradle, Lower

All
All

All
All
Except AK
AK
AU
Except AU
Refer to 5.1.1. AU
Except AU

629

DZFN000060

Cord, Handset

All

630

DZFN000082
DZFN000115

Cord, Cradle

Except AK
AK

124
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

V9
1

623

626

629

627

630
2

606
625

612

624
1946

619

606

V6

634

617

T9

614

628

613

19

610
V6

621 4

V6

620

616

V6
633
5

622

T9
606

610

T9

601

V6

631

608

W2

611
609
610
608
632
606

603

607

618

T9

615

T9

635
V6
7

602

T8
604
605

T8

T8
8

Fig. 6 Cover Assembly

125
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

631

DZDR000014

Speaker

All

632

DZNK005395

Label, Laser Caution

All

633
634
635

PJQTC0003Z
PJMDB0316Z
FFPTE2650
DZEC101941
DZEC102525
DZEC102526
DZEC102566
DZEC102527
XTB3+8J
XTW26+8S
XTW3+8S
XTB3+8JFN
XTW3+6LFN
DZZSP29011

Label, Flash Memory


Plate, Cover
Label, Energy Star

1946

19
T8
T9
V6
V9
W2

PC Board, SRU

Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
AU
AK
Refer to 5.1.1. AT
YC
YW
All
All
All
All
All
All

126
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

V9
1

623

626

629

627

630
2

606
625

612

624
1946

619

606

V6

634

617

T9

614

628

613

19

610
V6

621 4

V6

620

616

V6
633
5

622

T9
606

610

T9

601

V6

631

608

W2

611
609
610
608
632
606

603

607

618

T9

615

T9

635
V6
7

602

T8
604
605

T8

T8
8

Fig. 6 Cover Assembly

127
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.7.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Right Side Parts


Ref.
No.
701
702
703
704
705

PJMDB0288Z
PJMDB0287Z
PJMDB0286Z
DZJF000462
PJUSB0130Z

Cover, SC
Base, SC
Base, Rear PC Board
Guide, Flash Memory Card
Plate, Spring

All
All
All
All
All

706

N3CABRD00005

HDD Unit

All

707
708

DZJC000389
DZJH000084

All
All

709

PJWC1P7105M

710
711

DZJC000390
DZTK000002

Bracket, HDD
Support, Locking
Assembly, Engine Board
Shield Base
Bracket, Counter
Counter, Mechanical

712

PJRAC0001Z

Sheet, FM

713
714

PJMDB0156Z
DZJK000069
Depends on
Destination
PJWPUF9KEM
Depends on
Destination

Clamp
Clamp

1901
1902
1903

Parts Number

Part Name

1934

DZEC102137

PC Board, FRM8

-----

1936

PJWP3P7105M1

1944

PJWP3P7100M1

2405
L9
T9
U1
V5

DZJK000004
XTB3+4F
XTW3+8S
XTW3+6L
XTW3+6LFC

All

All
OAPD

All
All
See Sect. 5.18.
PC Boards
RTL, PbF
All
See Sect. 5.18.
PC Boards

PC Board, FXB
PC Board, DC

Destination

All
All

PC Board, Engine Control

DZEC103051

Remarks

OAPD

PC Board, SC

1931

1935

Supplier

RTL, PbF

All
All

Available as
Sales Item

Hardware Key
PC Board, 2nd Paper Feed
Module I/F
PC Board, Low Toner
Sensor
Clamp
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

OAPD

RTL, PbF

All

OAPD

RTL, PbF

All

OAPD

All
All
All
All
All

128
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1931

V5
706

L9

703

L9

710

707

U1
2

711
U1
U1
705

712
U1

1936
4

1903
U1
709

713

T9

T9

1944

714
1902
704

1901
702

U1
6

1935
U1

701

708
1934

2405

U1
7

708

U1
8

Fig. 7 Right Side Parts (1/2)

129
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
801
802
803
804
805
806
807

PJDGB0052Z
PJDGB0070Z
PJDGB0072Z
PJDGB0071Z
PJDGB0073Z
PJDGB0028Z
PJDGB0043Z

808

PJDGB0042Z

809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821

PJDGB0029Z
PJNW4111Z
PJNW525Z
PJDGB0051Z
PJDSB0039Z
PJDGB0204Z
PJDSB0211Z
PJUSB0025Z
PJHRA0316Z
PJMDB0292Z
PJMDB0259Z
PJMDB0261Z
PJZC2P7100M

822

PJWMP7100M

823
824
825
826
713
1947
2404
2405
3F
T9
U1

PJZHP7105M
PJHRB0327Z
DZJK000068
PJJTC0002Z
PJMDB0156Z
PJWP2P7105M1
DZJK000067
DZJK000004
XYN3+F5
XTW3+8S
XTW3+6L

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Gear, ADU Drive


Gear, Registration Drive
Gear, Idle Z19
Gear, Double Teeth
Gear, Idle Z14
Gear, Ratchet
Gear, Registration Arm
Gear, Registration
Internal
Gear, Planetary
Washer, Plastic
Spacer
Gear, Fuser Drive
Spring, Gear Tension
Gear, Intermediate Fuser
Spring, Pickup
Spring, Ground
Guard, Edge
Bracket, Right Side Cover
Base, Right Side
Bracket, Right Side
Bracket, Gear Support
Assembly, Registration
Solenoid
Bracket, Fuser Drive Gear
Clamp
Clamp
Cable, Ground
Clamp
PC Board, No Paper Sensor
Clamp
Clamp
Screw
Screw
Screw

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD
OAPD

OAPD

Remarks

RTL, PbF

Destination

130
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

825
820
1

U1

818
2

713

T9
U1
2404
819

823

811
T9
812
2405

813
814

825

808
809
807

U1
806
811

T9

801
810

U1
U1

811
811
1947

T9

803
804

U1

816

802

805

713

T9

3F

822

821

Fig. 9
817

826

T9

815
713

U1

824
816

U1
7

816

U1

Fig. 8 Right Side Parts (2/2)

131
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.8.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Motor and Drive Gear Unit


Ref.
No.
901
902
903
904
905
906

PJDGB0047Z
PJDGB0048Z
PJDGB0049Z
PJDGB0056Z
PJDGB0069Z
PJNW620Z

Gear, OPC B
Gear, OPC A
Gear, Fuser
Gear, Registration A
Gear, Registration B
Washer

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All

907

L6CCKGEK0003

Motor

OAPD

All

908

PJZHP7100M

OAPD

All

909
811
U1

PJZHP7305M
PJNW525Z
XTW3+6L

OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All

Parts Number

Part Name

Assembly, Drive Gear


Bracket
Bracket, Motor
Spacer
Screw

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

132
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

908
2

905

811
3

902
904

811
909
4

906

907

903

U1
5

901

U1

Fig. 9 Motor and Drive Gear Unit

133
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

5.9.
Safety
Mark

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Left Side Parts


Ref.
No.
1001
1002
1003
1004

PJDSB0033Z
PJDSB0148Z
PJDSB0009Y
PJDSB0149Z

Spring,
Spring,
Spring,
Spring,

1005

N0GG4E000002

1006

Part Name

Supplier

Grid
Charge
OPC
Developer

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All

HVPS

OAPD

All

L6FALEGK0009

Motor, Fan

OAPD

All

1007
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019

PJNEB0008Z
PJDRB0059Z
PJDSB0019Z
PJMDB0291Z
PJMDB0289Z
PJMDB0290Z
PJMDB0258Z
PJMDB0260Z
PJMDB0262Z
PJMDB0263Z
PJMDB0264Z
PJHRB0659Y

Screw
Roller, Sub
Spring
Bracket, Side Cover A
Bracket, Side Cover B
Bracket, Left Side Cover
Stay, Rear
Base, Left Side
Bracket, Left Side
Bracket Left Rear
Bracket, Right Rear
Guide, Exit Paper

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

1020

PJQTB0263Z

Sheet, HVPS Insulation

1021
1022
610
613
2403
2404
2405
P3
T9
U1
U3

Parts Number

PJWPWU00001Z
PJWPF2300EB
PJHE5065Z
PJDRB0017Z
PJDFB0008Z
DZJK000057
DZJK000067
DZJK000004
XTW3+8L
XTW3+8S
XTW3+6L
XYC3+FF8C

Remarks

All
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For DP-180

Assembly, LVPS
Screw
Roller, Pinch
Shaft, Roller
Edge Saddle
Clamp
Clamp
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

Destination

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

OAPD
OAPD

AU
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

134
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1018
U1
1014

U1

2404

1017
1019
2405
2403

610

U1
1010

1009
1010

1015

1016

610
1022

P3

613
1013
U1
T9

2405
1006
U1
1007

1002
1003
T9

1001
1004

U3

1005
1020
1021

1012
1011
U1
U1
T9

Fig. 10 Left Side Parts

135
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.10. Rear and Upper Side Parts


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

1101

PJZBP7305M

1102

PJDGB0024Z

1103

PJDGB0026Z

1104
1105

PJDGB0025Z
PJDGB0027Z

1106

PJDGB0203Z

1107
1108

PJDSB0016Z
PJNW721Z

1109

PJZC1P7100M

1110

PJDPB0001Z

1111

PJZR2P7305M

1112

PJWSP7105M

1113

PJWS2P7100M

1114

PJWEP7305M

1116

K5AT281613

1937

PJWP2P7100M1

806
809
T9
U1
U4
U9
W4
W7

PJDGB0028Z
PJDGB0029Z
XTW3+8S
XTW3+6L
XTW3+12S
XSN3+4
XTB2+12J
PJNAC0003Z

Part Name
Assembly, Upper Exit
Roller Holder
Gear, Z21 Fuser
Gear, Z36 Upper Exit
Roller Drive
Gear, Internal
Gear, Black Ratchet
Gear, Upper Exit Roller
Drive
Spring, Ratchet
Poly Slider
Assembly, Upper Exit
Roller Holder Cover
Solenoid, Upper Exit
Roller with Plunger
Assembly, Upper Exit
Roller
Switch, Front Door Safety
Interlock
Switch, OPC Drum Unit
Interlock

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

LSU

OAPD

All

Core

OAPD

All

PC Board, Paper Exit/ADU


Paper Jam Sensor
Gear, Ratchet
Gear, Planetary
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

RTL, PbF

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

136
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

W7

1114

806
1105

1116

1103
809

1937
1104

1112
W4
W4

1113

1103
809
1104
U9

T9

1102
1109
1108

1111

1107
1110

1106
5

T9

1101
U4
U1

Fig. 12

Fig. 11 Rear and Upper Side Parts

137
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.11. Fuser Unit


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
1201
1202
1203

PJDFB0122Z
PJDGB0023Z
PJMDB0018Z

Shaft, Fuser Drive


Gear, Z24 Fuser
Plate, Lead Wire

1204

L2AA00000090

Thermostat

1205
1206

PJDRB0091Z
PJDJB0008Z

1207

PJDJB0009Z

1208

1210

PJDGB0021Z
L9DAEJ000001
A4DP3L000003
A4DP7K000002
PJMDB0257Y

Roller, Heat
Bushing, Left Heat Roller
Bushing, Right Heat
Roller
Gear, Heat Roller

1212

PJHRB0636Z

1213

PJDSB0015Z

1214
1215
1216
1217
1218

1209

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

Destination
All
All
All
All

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD

Plate, Lead Wire

OAPD

All
AU
AU
Except AU
All

Base, Fuser Unit

OAPD

All

Lamp, Halogen

For UF-9000
For DP-190
For DP-180

OAPD

All

PJDJB0010Z
PJDSB0205Z
PJDRB0092Z
PJDSB0018Z
PJMDB0019Y

Spring, Paper Jam Sensor


Lever
Bushing, Pressure Roller
Spring, Pressure Roller
Roller, Pressure
Spring, Pinch Roller A
Ground, Fuser

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All

1219

PJJRB1025Y

Cable, Fuser

OAPD

All

1220

PJHRB0637Z

Lever, Paper Jam Sensor

OAPD

All

1221

PJHRB0635Z

Holder, Heat Roller

OAPD

All

1222
1223

PJMDB0253Z
PJDSB0206Z

Plate, Separator
Spring, Separator

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

1224

PJHRB0638Z

Cover, Left Fuser

OAPD

All

1225

PJHR9224Z

OAPD

All

1226

PJZC3P7100M

OAPD

All

1227

PJZR3P7100M

OAPD

All

1228
1229

PJZRP7305M
L2AA00000088

Separator
Assembly, Side Fuser
Cover
Assembly, Lower Exit
Roller
Assembly, Cleaning Roller
Thermistor

OAPD

All
All

138
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

U3

U3

1204

1219

T9
T9
1204
1203
1210

(1210)

U4

1229
T9

T9
1222

1223

U5

1226

1225

T9

1102
T9
1201

1218

1202
1106

T9
1224
1219

1221
1217
5

610

1203

G8

T9

V1

1209
1205

1208

1115

V1

1207

1108
1214
1215
1216 1214

1227

1206

1215

1117

1217
1228

1213

1212
1220

Fig. 12 Fuser Unit

139
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
610
1102

PJDRB0017Z
PJDGB0024Z

1106

PJDGB0203Z

1108

PJNW721Z
J0KF00000046 or
Ferrite Core
J0KF00000015
PJZFUS00001Z
Assembly, Fuser Unit
PJZSF2300AU
PJZSF2300EB
XWC3B
Washer, Star
XTW3+8S
Screw
XYC3+FF8C
Screw
XTW3+12S
Screw
XTW3+12SFZ
Screw
XYC3+FF6
Screw

1115

1117
G8
T9
U3
U4
U5
V1

Parts Number

Part Name
Roller, Pinch
Gear, Z21 Fuser
Gear, Upper Exit Roller
Drive
Poly Slider

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All
All
For UF-9000
For DP-190
For DP-180

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

AU
AU
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All
All

140
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

U3

U3

1204

1219

T9
T9
1204
1203
1210

(1210)

U4

1229
T9

T9
1222

1223

U5

1226

1225

T9

1102
T9
1201

1218

1202
1106

T9
1224
1219

1221
1217
5

610

1203

G8

T9

V1

1209
1205

1208

1115

V1

1207

1108
1214
1215
1216 1214

1227

1206

1215

1117

1217
1228

1213

1212
1220

Fig. 12 Fuser Unit

141
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.12. Pickup Roller and Paper Feed Roller


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
1301
1302
1303
1304
1305
1306
1307
1308
1309
1311
1312
1313
1314

PJDGB0040Z
PJDGB0041Z
PJDRB0021Z
PJDGB0038Z
PJDRB0022Z
PJDJ05041RZ
PJDGB0039Z
PJHRB0070Z
PJDJB0019Z
PJDFB0163Z
PJDSB0207Z
PJHRB0640Z
PJDSB0208Z

1315

PJZC1P7305M

1316
1317
1318
1319

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD

All

PJZR1P7305M
PJNW820Z
PJZEP7305M
PJZE1P7100M

Gear, Pickup Internal


Gear, Pickup Arm
Roller, Registration
Gear, Registration Roller
Roller, Paper Feed
Bearing, R5
Gear, Paper Feed Roller
Wheel, Drive
Bushing
Shaft, Pickup Roller
Spring, Pickup Holder
Adapter, Pickup Holder
Spring, Dust Scraper
Assembly, Dust Scraper
Cover
Roller, Pickup
Washer, Plastic
Guide, Sub. Paper
Assembly, Pickup Lever

1320

PJWMP7305M

Assembly, Pickup Solenoid

OAPD

All

611
809
810
815
1022
1105
U8

PJDRB0093Z
PJDGB0029Z
PJNW4111Z
PJDSB0211Z
PJHE5065Z
PJDGB0027Z
XTW3+U8S

Roller, Cleaning
Gear, Planetary
Washer, Plastic
Spring, Pickup
Screw
Gear, Black Ratchet
Screw

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

Remarks

PM

Destination

All
All
All
All

142
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1315
1

1312
1313

1317

611

1316

1314

1306
2

810

1309

1309
1306
1304
1306

1307
1308
1303

1311
1319

1305

809

1306
1105

1318
815

1302
U8

809
1320

1301
1022
7

Fig. 13 Pickup Roller and Paper Feed Roller

143
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.13. Bottom Side Parts


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

1401

PJUAB0024Y

Plate, Lower Base

OAPD

All

1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407

PJMDB0020Z
PJDRB0018Z
PJDFB0009Z
PJDSB0041Z
PJNW317Z
PJNW410Z

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All

1408

PJUAB0005Y

OAPD

All

1409

PJDRB0014Z

OAPD

All

1410
1411
1412
1413
1414

PJDJ05011CZ
PJDGB0030Z
PJDSB0017Z
PJJTCC014Z
PJHRB0320Z

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All

1415

PJHRB0075Z

OAPD

All

1416

PJHRB0076Z

OAPD

All

1417
1418
1306

PJDSB0035Z
PJZUP7100M
PJDJ05041RZ

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All

1938

PJWP2P7305M

Plate, ADU Pinch Roller


Roller, ADU Pinch
Shaft, A/D Roller
Spring, Pinch Roller
Poly Slider
Washer
Plate, ADU Registration
Roller
Shaft, ADU Registration
Roller
Bearing, C5
Gear, A/D Unit Union
Spring
Cable
Lever, No Paper Sensor
Lever, Registration
Sensor
Lever, Paper Detect
Sensor
Spring, Registration
Pan, Jam Release
Bearing, R5
PC Board, Registration/
Paper Detect Sensor
Screw
Screw
E-Ring
Screw
Screw

P3
U1
U6
U7
T9

XTW3+8L
XTW3+6L
XUC4VW-V
PJNEB0003Y
XTW3+8S

OAPD

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

RTL, PbF

All
All
All
All
All
All

144
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

P3
1401
T9
1

1406

1407
U1

1404

1405
1403
U1
1413

1405

1402

1406
1412
T9
1412

1418

U7

T9

U7

U6

1408

1306

1414
1411
1410

1409

T9
1938
7

1417

1416

1415
8

Fig. 14 Bottom Side Parts

145
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.14. Mechanical Base


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
1501
1502
1503
1504
1505
1506
1507
1508
1509

PJHRB0324Z
PJDSB0040Z
PJDRB0081Z
PJHRB0078Z
PJDGB0057Z
PJDJB0020Z
PJHRB0038Z
PJHRB0037Z
PJUSB0011Y

1510

PJUSB0008Z

1511
1512
1513

PJDSB0026Z
PJDSB0008Z
PJDSB0043Z

1514

PJDSB0010Z

1515
1516
1517
1518
713
811
815
P3
T9
U1
U8
V1

PJDSB0024Z
PJMCB0070Z
PJMCB0068Z
PJZCP7305M
PJMDB0156Z
PJNW525Z
PJDSB0211Z
XTW3+8L
XTW3+8S
XTW3+6L
XTW3+U8S
XYC3+FF6

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Holder, Transfer Roller


Spring, Transfer
Roller, Bias Transfer
Bushing
Gear, Transfer
Bearing, U
Arm, Left Pressure
Arm, Right Pressure
Plate, Ground
Plate, Transfer Bias
Roller
Spring, Left OPC
Spring, Right OPC
Spring, Left Registration
Spring, Right
Registration
Spring, Paper Tray Guide
Plate, Ground 1
Plate, Ground 2
Assembly, Paper Chute
Clamp
Spacer
Spring, Pickup
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

Remarks

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

146
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

713

P3

1517

U1
2

1504
811

1512 815

1501

1503
3

1502

811
1504

1501

1505

T9
1506

T9

1502
4

811
1514

1515
U8

1508
5

1513
1509

1515

V1
1518
U8
T9

1507

1511

T9

U8
1510

U1
1516

Fig. 15 Mechanical Base

147
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.15. Paper Tray


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
1601
1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608

PJMDB0026Y
PJHSB0007Z
PJDSB0179Z
PJHRB0031Z
PJHRB0032Z
PJDSB0210Y
PJDSB0020Z
PJHRB0034Z

Lifter, Paper
Pad, Friction
Spring, Retard Pad
Guide, Right Paper Side
Guide, Left Paper Side
Spring, Friction
Spring, Stopper
Stopper

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

1609

PJHRB0029Y

Assembly, Paper Tray Base

OAPD

All

1610

PJHRB0030Z

OAPD

All

1611

PJHRB0033Z

OAPD

All

1612

PJHRB0307Z

OAPD

All

1613
1614
1615
1616

PJDG50133Z
PJHRB0036Z
PJZEP7100M1
PJHRB0476Z

Tray, Paper Tray


Extension
Knob, Paper Size
Indicator, Orange Paper
Level
Gear, Pinion
Rack
Pad, Separation
Adapter, Retard

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All

1617

PJGEC0002Z

Sheet, Paper Tray A

1618

PJGEC0003Z

Sheet, Paper Tray B

1619

PJGEC0006Z

Sheet, Paper Tray C

1620

PJGEC0007Z

Sheet, Paper Tray D

1621

PJGEC0008Z

Sheet, Paper Tray E

1622

PJGFC0011Z

1623
U8

PJHRC0051Z
XTW3+U8S

Parts Number

Part Name

Label, Max. Level


Indicator 1
Sheet, Separation Pad
Screw

Supplier

Remarks

PM
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For UF-9000/
DP-190

Destination

AU
AU
AU
AU
AU
All

OAPD

All
All

148
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1602

1601

1615

1606

1605
1616

1623
1603

1606

1608
1607
1618

1622

1621
1617

1620

1609
4

1612
U8
5

1619
1611

1604

1614
1610
1614

U8
1613
U8

U8

Fig. 16 Paper Tray

149
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.16. 2nd Paper Feed Module


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

OAPD

Destination

1701

PJKEB0019Z

Cover, Front

All

1702

PJKEB0097Z

Cover, Right

All

1703

PJKEB0098Z

Cover, Left

All

1704
1705
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
1716
1717
1718
1719
1720
1721
1722
1723
1724
1725
1726
1727
1728
1729
1730

PJUSB0027Z
PJDRA0051Z
PJHRB0082Z
PJHRB0083Z
PJHRB0080Z
PJHRB0081Z
PJUSB0080Z
PJDFB0025Z
PJHRB0445Z
PJDJ06061CZ
PJDJ06121RZ
PJDRB0025Z
PJDGB0058Z
PJDGB0059Z
PJDGB0060Z
PJDGB0061Z
PJMDB0037Z
PJHRB0079Z
XPL2A10WVW
PJUAB0007Z
PJUAB0008Z
PJMDB0036Y
PJHG351Z
PJMDB0190Z
PJHRB0521Z
PJYFPMF3M

Plate, Pinch Roller


Roller, Pinch
Guide, Left Front
Guide, Left Rear
Guide, Right Front
Guide, Right Rear
Spring, Ground
Shaft, Pickup Roller
Rib, Paper Chute
Bearing
Bearing
Roller, Paper Feed
Gear 1
Gear 2
Gear 3
Gear 4
Bracket, Gear
Arm, Sensor
Pin
Chassis, Right
Chassis, Left
Frame, Chassis
Plate, Rubber
Plate, Corner
Bushing
Assembly, Top Cover

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

1731

PJMDB0035Y

Paper Chute

OAPD

All

1732
1733

PJZUPMF3M
PJZRPMF3M

Assembly, Paper Guide


Roller, Pickup

OAPD
OAPD

1734

PJWMPMF3M

Clutch

OAPD

All

1735

PJWQPMF3M

Motor

OAPD

All

1736
1737
1738
1739
1740
1741
1742

PJULC0023Z
PJULC0022Z
PJMDB0256Z
PJHRB0684Z
PJHRC0055Z
PJHRC0176Z
PJHRC0154Z

Bracket, L
Bracket, R
Bracket, Joint
Sheet, Bracket
Sheet, Paper Chute
Plate, Spacer
Sheet, Clutch Guide

PM

All
All

All
All
All
All
All
All
All

150
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1730

U1

1945
1739

U1

U1
1722

1738

1741
U1

U1

1737

V6

U1

U1

1739

V3
U1

1702
1738

U1
U1
U1

1731

1740
1713

1728
1726

1711
1729

U1
1515
1724

U1
1728
1736

U1

1711

U1

U1

U1
1721

1735

1719
811
1734

1710
U1

1742

U1

1718

1708
1720

1515

1714

U1

1709

811
1733

1727
811

V6
1707

1717

1712
1723

1410
1716

U1

1732

T9

1727
V2

1715

1725

810
1703

1705

1704

1306
6

1701

1401

U1
7

U1
U1

Fig. 17 2nd Paper Feed Module

151
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
810
811
1306

PJNW4111Z
PJNW525Z
PJDJ05041RZ

Washer, Plastic
Spacer
Bearing, R5

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All

1401

PJUAB0024Y

Plate, Lower Base

OAPD

All

1410
1515

PJDJ05011CZ
PJDSB0024Z

Bearing, C5
Spring, Paper Tray Guide

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

1945

PJWPPMF3M2

PC Board, 2nd Feeder

OAPD

XTW3+8S
XTW3+6L
XTW3+6S
XWE4
XTB3+8JFN

Screw
Screw
Screw
Washer
Screw

OAPD

T9
U1
V2
V3
V6

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

OAPD

Remarks

RTL, PbF

Destination

All
All
All
All
All
All

152
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1730

U1

1945
1739

U1

U1
1722

1738

1741
U1

U1

1737

V6

U1

U1

1739

V3
U1

1702
1738

U1
U1
U1

1731

1740
1713

1728
1726

1711
1729

U1
1515
1724

U1
1728
1736

U1

1711

U1

U1

U1
1721

1735

1719
811
1734

1710
U1

1742

U1

1718

1708
1720

1515

1714

U1

1709

811
1733

1727
811

V6
1707

1717

1712
1723

1410
1716

U1

1732

T9

1727
V2

1715

1725

810
1703

1705

1704

1306
6

1701

1401

U1
7

U1
U1

Fig. 17 2nd Paper Feed Module

153
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.17. Paper Tray (2nd Paper Feed Module)


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

1801

PJHRB0338Z

Base, Paper Tray

OAPD

All

1802
1803

PJHRB0340Z
PJHRB0341Z

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

1804

PJHRB0339Z

OAPD

All

1805

PJDSB0190Z

OAPD

All

1806

PJHRB0344Z

OAPD

All

1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813

PJDSB0157Y
PJUSB0089Z
PJMDB0155Y
PJHRB0343Z
PJHRB0447Z
PJZEPMF3M1
PJZE1PMF3M

Guide, Right Paper Side


Guide, Left Paper Side
Case, Paper Tray
Extension
Spring, Retard Pad
Indicator, Orange Paper
Level
Spring Friction
Spring, Side Guide
Lifter, Paper
Cover, Lifter
Guide, Paper
Pad, Separation
Assembly, Paper Size Knob

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
Except AU
All
All

1814

PJGEC0004Z

Sheet, Paper Tray F

1815

PJGEC0005Z

Sheet, Paper Tray G

1816

PJGEC0009Z

Sheet, Paper Tray H

1817

PJGEC0010Z

Sheet, Paper Tray I

1818

PJGFC0012Z

1819
1820
1821
1822
1602
1607
1608
1613
1614
U8

PJHGC0004Z
PJHRC0216Z
PJHGC0005Z
PJHRC0056Z
PJHSB0007Z
PJDSB0020Z
PJHRB0034Z
PJDG50133Z
PJHRB0036Z
XTW3+U8S

Label, Max. Level


Indicator 2
Rubber, Separation Pad
Sheet, 2nd Separation Pad
Rubber, Paper Size Knob
Sheet, Paper Size Knob
Pad, Friction
Spring, Stopper
Stopper
Gear, Pinion
Rack
Screw

For DP-180
PM
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For UF-9000/
DP-190

AU
AU
AU
AU
All

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

154
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1810

1809

1602
1817

1810
2

1803

1818

1807

1807
1819
1812

1608 1607
1806

1820

1805

1811

1808

1801

1816

1815
1821 1813

1802

1804
6

1822
1811
1814
1614

1614

U8
1613
U8
8

Fig. 18 Paper Tray (2nd Paper Feed Module)

155
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.18. PC Boards
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

For UF-9000
RTL, PbF
For DP-190
RTL, PbF

DZEC103128
DZEC103111
1901

DZEC103454

1902

DZEC103455
DZEC103456
DZEC103460
PJWPUF9KEM

PC Board, SC
For DP-180
RTL, PbF

PC Board, Engine Control

RTL, PbF
For UF-9000
RTL, PbF
For DP-190
RTL, PbF
For DP-180
RTL, PbF

DZEC102932
1903

1905

DZEC103220
DZEC103331
DZEC103219
DZEC102978
DZEC103469

Remarks

PC Board, FXB

PC Board, PNL1

RTL, PbF

Destination
AU
AU
Except AU, AG,
AV, YV
AG
AV
YV
All
AU
AU
AL, EB
Except AL, EB
Except YV
YV

1908

DZEC102992

PC Board, PNL4

For UF-9000
RTL, PbF
For DP-180/190
RTL, PbF
RTL, PbF

1910

7UA1810AF11A

PC Board, SPC

PbF

All

1911

7UA1810AS11A

PC Board, ADF

PbF

All

1913
1914
1915
1916

PJJRML0019Z
PJJRML0020Z
PJJRB1027Z
PJJRML0011Z

1917

PJJEC10003Y

1918

PJJEC04002Z

1919

PJJEC05002Z

1920

PJJRML0015Z

1921

PJJRML0014Z

1922

739909000620

1923
1924

737300121950
737420001290

Harness, LSU
Harness, Motor
Harness, LVPS
Harness, Low Toner Sensor
Harness, HVPS
(Flat Harness)
Harness, Exit Sensor
(Flat Harness)
Harness, Registration
Detect Sensor
(Flat Harness)
Harness, No Paper Sensor
Harness, 2nd Paper Feed
Module I/F Board
Cable, CCD
(Flat Harness)
Cable, USB
Harness, Scanner

1925

737420001312

Cable, ADF

All

1926
1927
1928

737420001300
DZFP001556
DZFP001558

All
All
All

1929

DZFP001555

1930

DZFP001554

Harness, PNL
Harness, FXB
Harness, Speaker
Cable, ECB
(Flat Harness)
Harness, Power Supply

DZEC102979
1906

PC Board, PNL2
DZEC103158

OAPD
OAPD

AU
All
All

OAPD

All
All
All
All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All

OAPD

All
All
All
All

All
All

156
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

PNL1 (1905)

SC (1901)

1926

1950 1915 1930 1923 1929 1924 1926 1927


CN330
CN300

CN301

CN302

CN308 CN304
CN306

CN305

CN220 CN223 CN234

1932
CN309

1942

CN324

1935

127 1940

CN230

CN232
CN233

CN231

1939

1906

1941

CN328

1934

PNL2 (1906)
1948 1939 1940
Engine Control (1902)
3

1919 1918 1913 1113 1930


CN014

1916

CN015

CN002

CN009

CN005

CN003

CN016

1920

1908 1943

CN001
CN006

CN004

1929

CN010

1921

CN017

CN008

CN012 CN018 CN011 CN013 CN007

FXB (1903)
1953 1112

1914 1006

1917

822

1951 1952

1928

1927

1320
CN114

CN110

SPC (1910)
1923
1924

P101

1922
P103

P102

P106

222

P105

221
6

P104

1925
ADF (1911)
428
541

540

PA01

PA05

PA02 PA03

554
1925

542

CN141

1933
1949

PA08
PA04

2nd Feeder (1945)


1734 1735

DC (1931)

CN601

CN600

CN602

CN143

1932
8

Fig. 19 PC Boards / Harnesses

157
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks
RTL, PbF

Destination

1931

DZEC103051

PC Board, DC

All

1932
1933
1934

DZFP001565
DZFP001566
DZEC102137

Harness, HD
Harness, DC
PC Board, FRM8

1935

-----

1939
1940
1941
1942
1943

DZFP001561
DZFP001562
DZFP001563
DZFP001564
DZFP001548

Harness,
Harness,
Harness,
Harness,
Harness,

1945

PJWPPMF3M2

PC Board, 2nd Feeder

1948

DZFP001574

Harness, Book-PNL

1949

PJWLPMF3M

Cable, I/F

1950

DZFP001567

1951

PJJRB1026Z

1952
1953
127

PJJRB1028Z
PJJRML0021Y
DZDA000047

Harness, MC
Harness, Exit Solenoid
Relay
Harness, Termistor Relay
Harness, Main Motor
LCD Module

221

738902000340

Motor

All

222
428
540

737430400030
737430400020
737430400010

Sensor, Home Detect


Sensor, 400mm
Sensor, 320mm

All
All
All

541

738902000331

Motor

All

542

737428200050

Sensor, Cover

All

554

7UA1810A951B

Assembly, Stamp

All

822

PJWMP7100M

Assembly, Registration
Solenoid

OAPD

All

1006

L6FALEGK0009

Motor, Fan

OAPD

All

1112

PJWSP7105M

OAPD

All

1113

PJWS2P7100M

OAPD

All

1320

PJWMP7305M

Assembly, Pickup Solenoid

OAPD

All

1734

PJWMPMF3M

Clutch

OAPD

All

1735

PJWQPMF3M

Motor

OAPD

All

All
All
All
Available as
Sales Item

Hardware Key
PNL1-PNL2_17PIN
PNL1-PNL2_14PIN
PNL1-PNL3_18PIN
PNL1-PNL3_10PIN
PNL2-PNL3_5PIN

All
All
All
All
All
OAPD

All
All

OAPD

Switch, Front Door Safety


Interlock
Switch, OPC Drum Unit
Interlock

RTL, PbF

All
All
All

OAPD

All
All
All

158
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

PNL1 (1905)

SC (1901)

1926

1950 1915 1930 1923 1929 1924 1926 1927


CN330
CN300

CN301

CN302

CN308 CN304
CN306

CN305

CN220 CN223 CN234

1932
CN309

1942

CN324

1935

127 1940

CN230

CN232
CN233

CN231

1939

1906

1941

CN328

1934

PNL2 (1906)
1948 1939 1940
Engine Control (1902)
3

1919 1918 1913 1113 1930


CN014

1916

CN015

CN002

CN009

CN005

CN003

CN016

1920

1908 1943

CN001
CN006

CN004

1929

CN010

1921

CN017

CN008

CN012 CN018 CN011 CN013 CN007

FXB (1903)
1953 1112

1914 1006

1917

822

1951 1952

1928

1927

1320
CN114

CN110

SPC (1910)
1923
1924

P101

1922
P103

P102

P106

222

P105

221
6

P104

1925
ADF (1911)
428
541

540

PA01

PA05

PA02 PA03

554
1925

542

CN141

1933
1949

PA08
PA04

2nd Feeder (1945)


1734 1735

DC (1931)

CN601

CN600

CN602

CN143

1932
8

Fig. 19 PC Boards / Harnesses

159
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.19. Packing and Accessories


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

2001

2002
2003
2004
2005
2006

Parts Number

Part Name

PJPGB0254Z
PJPGB0254Y
PJPGB0254W
PJPGB0254X
PJPGB0255Z
PJPGB0256Z
PJPNB0186Z
PJPNB0187Z
PJPNB0176Z

For DP-180
Carton, Bottom
Pad, Bottom
Cushion, Bottom
Cushion, Rear
Cushion, Top

-----

Drum Unit

2008

-----

Toner

Available as
Sales Item
Available as
Sales Item
For UF-9000/
DP-190

DZFM000114

2009

Remarks
For UF-9000
For DP-190

Carton Box

2007

DZFM000073
DZFM000028
DZFM000031
DZFM000076
DZFM000032
DZFM000064
DZFM000074
DZFM000030
DZFM000061
DZFM000043
DZFM000065

Supplier

or

2010

2011

PJQMB0137Z

2012

PJQMB0138Z

2013

PJWACC00001
PJWACC00003
PJWACC00005
PJWACC00007

AU
AU
YV
Except AU, YV
All
All
All
All
All

AU
AG, AV, EH,
EP, ER, YA, YC
AL

or

AM
Cord, AC Power
For DP-180

or

EB, ES
EE
YA
YV
AU, EB, EP,
ER, ES, YA,
YC, YV
AG

DZFN000050
DZFN000069
DZFN000095
DZFN000120
DZFN000017
DZFN000096
DZFN000104
DZFN000030
DZFN000078
DZFN000016

Destination

AL, EB
Cable, Telephone Line
For DP-180

Operating Instructions
(For Copy & Network Scan
Functions)
Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and
Internet Fax/Email)

Software CD

AL
AM
AM, AV, EH, ER
EH
EE
EP

For UF-9000

AU

For UF-9000

AU

For UF-9000
For DP-190

AU
AU
Except AU, YV
YV

For DP-180

160
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

2017

2001
2

2017

2006
2014
2005

For DP-180/190
2020
2019
2018

2013

2010
2009
2008

625
2022
2021 2015

2007

For UF-9000
2013

211
2004

2015
2011

2010
2009
2008

2012
2007
2003

2016
2002

Fig. 20 Packing and Accessories

161
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
2014
2015
2016
2017

Parts Number
PJQHB0015Z
PJQTB0262Z
PJQTC0027Z
PJPEB0045Z
DZRG000003

Part Name

PJQQC0005Z

Remarks

Installation Instructions
Directory Holder

For UF-9000
For DP-180/190

Box, Accessories
Joint
For DP-190
For DP-180

PJQQC0004Z

2018

Supplier

Quick Guide
For DP-180

PJQQC0006Z
PJQQC0007Z
2019

2020

PJWACC00002
DZFB000010
DZFN000108
DZFN000105
DZFB000001
DZFN000107
DZFN000109
DZFN000119
PJQMC0029Z

2021
PJQMC0034Z
2022

PJQMC0052Z

211
625

92123C003H
PJKEB0130Z

Operating Instructions CD

For DP-180/190

PTT Plug

For DP-180

Destination
All
AU
All
All
All
AU
YA
AG, AL, AM,
AV, EB, EE,
EH, EP
ER
YC
All
AL
AM
AV
EH
ER

Operating Instructions
(For Copy Arabic)
Operating Instructions
(For Copy Chinese)
Operating Instructions
(For Fax Chinese)
Cover, Hole
Cover, Rear Paper Tray

ES
For DP-180
YV
For DP-180

YV
All
All

162
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

2017

2001
2

2017

2006
2014
2005

For DP-180/190
2020
2019
2018

2013

2010
2009
2008

625
2022
2021 2015

2007

For UF-9000
2013

211
2004

2015
2011

2010
2009
2008

2012
2007
2003

2016
2002

Fig. 20 Packing and Accessories

163
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.20. Printer Controller Module for PCL6


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
2101
2102

Parts Number
DZRB000143
DZHP009971

2103

DZHP010345
DZSM000795

2104

DZSM000756

708
1934

DZJH000084
DZEC102137

1935

-----

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Carton Box

Destination
All

For UF-9000/
DP-190
For DP-180

Software CD
Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
(Expansion F-ROM Board)
Support, Locking
PC Board, FRM8
Hardware Key

AU
Except AU
All

For DP-180

Except AU

For DP-180
For DP-180
Available as
Sales Item

Except AU
Except AU

164
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1934
2101
708

1935

2102

2103
2104

Fig. 21 Printer Controller Module for PCL6

165
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.21. Printer Controller Module for PS/PCL6


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
2201

Parts Number
DZHP009973

2202
708
1934

DZHP010343
DZSM000796
DZJH000084
DZEC102137

1935

-----

2101

DZRB000143

2104

DZSM000756

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks
For UF-9000/
DP-190
For DP-180

Software CD
Installation Instructions
Support, Locking
PC Board, FRM8
Hardware Key
Carton Box
Installation Instructions
(Expansion F-ROM Board)

For DP-180
For DP-180
Available as
Sales Item

Destination
AU
Except AU
All
Except AU
Except AU

All
For DP-180

Except AU

166
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

1935
2101

2201

1934
708

2202
2104

Fig. 22 Printer Controller Module for PS/PCL6

167
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.22. 2nd Paper Feed Module Packing and Accessories


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

2302
2303
2304
2305

PJPGB0230Z
PJPGB0230Y
PJPNB0154Z
PJPNB0155Z
PJPNB0082Z
PJHRB0701Z

2306

PJQMB0132Z

Installation Instructions

All

1736
1737
1738
1739
V6
U1

PJULC0023Z
PJULC0022Z
PJMDB0256Z
PJHRB0684Z
XTB3+8JFN
XTW3+6L

Bracket, L
Bracket, R
Bracket, Joint
Sheet, Bracket
Screw
Screw

All
All
All
All
All
All

2301

Carton Box
For DP-180
Cushion,
Cushion,
Cushion,
Cushion,

Front
Rear
Inner
Leg

OAPD

OAPD

AU, YV
Except AU, YV
All
All
All
All

168
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

U1
1

2305

1738, 1739
1736
1737

V6
2306
2304
2303

2302
2301
6

Fig. 23 2nd Paper Feed Module


Packing and Accessories

169
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.23. Hard Disk Drive Unit


Safety
Mark

Ref.
No.
2401
2402
2403
2404
2405
2406

Parts Number

Part Name

Supplier

Remarks

Destination

DZRB000733
DZRB000750
DZJK000057
DZJK000067
DZJK000004
DZSM000797

Carton Box
Cushion
Edge Saddle
Clamp
Clamp
Installation Instructions

All
All
All
All
All
All

706

N3CABRD00005

HDD Unit

All

707

DZJC000389

Bracket, HDD

All

1931

DZEC103051

PC Board, DC

1932
1933
L9
V5

DZFP001565
DZFP001566
XTB3+4F
XTW3+6LFC

Harness, HD
Harness, DC
Screw
Screw

RTL, PbF

All
All
All
All
All

170
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190
A

L9
V5

2403
2404

2405

2406

1933
1932

1931

706
2402
4

707
5

2401
8

Fig. 24 Hard Disk Drive Unit

171
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

5.24. Hardware Identification Template


Ref. No.

Part No.

Figure

Remark

19

XTB3+8J

Screw

447

21070121706

E-Ring

3F

XYN3+F5

Screw

F10

XTB3+8G

Screw

G8

XWC3B

Washer, Star

H8

XTW3+8LFN

Screw

L9

XTB3+4F

Screw

P3

XTW3+8L

Screw

P8

XTW3+8P

Screw

T8

XTW26+8S

Screw

T9

XTW3+8S

Screw

U1

XTW3+6L

Screw

U3

XYC3+FF8C

Screw

U4

XTW3+12S

Screw

U5

XTW3+12SFZ

Screw

U6

XUC4VW-V

E-Ring

U7

PJNEB0003Y

Screw

U8

XTW3+U8S

Screw

172
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Ref. No.

Part No.

Figure

Remark

U9

XSN3+4

Screw

V1

XYC3+FF6

Screw

V2

XTW3+6S

Screw

V3

XWE4

Washer

V5

XTW3+6LFC

Screw

V6

XTB3+8JFN

Screw

V7

XTW3+8PFN

Screw

V8

XTW4+16P

Screw

V9

XTW3+6LFN

Screw

W1

XTS3+8J

Screw

W2

DZZSP29011

Screw

W4

XTB2+12J

Screw

W5

XSN2+10FN

Screw

W7

PJNAC0003Z

Screw

W8

XTN3+8JFN

Screw

Y11

XTW4+8LFN

Screw

173
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

6 Alphanumerical Parts List


Alphanumerical Parts List
Part Number
21070121706
735109001050
737300121950
737420001290
737420001300
737420001312
737428200050
737430400010
737430400020
737430400030
738902000331
738902000340
738903000110
739909000620
783309000120
7UA1810A631B
7UA1810A681B
7UA1810A721B
7UA1810A722B
7UA1810A951B
7UA1810AF11A
7UA1810AS11A
7UZFFA02501B
81123D148H
81123D150H
81123D156H
81133D040H
81141C001H
81150C008H
81158D013H
81325D113H
91100D001H
91102B002H
91102C002H
91102C004H
91102D002H
91102D004H
91102D005H
91102D007H
91102D011H
91102D012H
91110D002H
91110D003H
91110D007H
91123A002H
91123A003H
91123A004H
91123D001H
91123D002H
91123D003H

Part Name
Ref. No. Supplier
E-Ring
447
Core
305
Cable, USB
1923
Harness, Scanner
1924
Harness, PNL
1926
Cable, ADF
1925
Sensor, Cover
542
Sensor, 320mm
540
Sensor, 400mm
428
Sensor, Home Detect
222
Motor
541
Motor
221
Lamp, Scanning
303
Cable, CCD (Flat Harness)
1922
E-Ring
224
Assembly, Pickup
449
Assembly, Scanner Cover
219
Assembly, CCD Module (For UF-9000/DP-190)
301
Assembly, CCD Module (DP-180)
301
Assembly, Stamp
554
PC Board, SPC
1910
PC Board, ADF
1911
ADF Unit
442
Gear, 12T
422
Gear, 23T
416
Gear, 24T
434
Spring, Tension
426
Magnetic
535
Switch, Magnetic
201
Rivet, Snap
551
Cover, Inverter
306
Shaft
509
Plate, Rear Attachment
526
Plate, Front Attachment
522
Plate, Reading
518
Spring, Ground
517
Plate, ADF Roller Fix
409
Plate, Roll Fix
407
Spring, Roller Pressure
506
Holder, Pulley
209
Sheet, Holder
208
Shaft, ADF
418
Shaft, Pickup
415
Pin
425
Frame, ADF
511
Cover, Frame
510
Base, ADF
405
Roll, Pinch
508
Knob, Paper Transport
525
Arm, Sensor
507

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

174
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
91123D004H
91123D005H
91123D006H
91123D008H
91123D009H
91123D010H
91123D012H
91123D013H
91123D014H
91123D015H
91123D021H
91123D022H
91123D023H
91123D024H
91123D025H
91123D034H
91123D035H
91123D042H
91123D043H
91123D053H
91127C001H
91127C002H
91127C003H
91127C004H
91127D001H
91127D002H
91129D004H
91129D008H
91129D009H
91129D010H
91133D001H
91133D002H
91133D004H
91133D005H
91133D006H
91134C001H
91134D001H
91134D002H
91137D002H
91142D002H
91192D001H
92102C001H
92102C002H
92102C003H
92102C007H
92102D005H
92102D007H
92102D008H
92102D009H
92110C001H
92110D001H
92123A001H
92123A004H

Part Name
Base, Pad
Cover, Tray
Level, Sensor
Rack, Guide
Gear, 18/45T
Gear, 30T
Gear, 33T
Gear, 48T
Gear, 26T
Gear, 18/40T
Base, Pickup
Arm, Stopper
Shutter, Left
Shutter, Right
Roller
Pulley, Idle
Collar
Base, Dummy Hinge
Hinge, Upper Dummy
Hook, Top Cover
Roller, Feed
Roller, Exit
Roller, ADF
Roller, Pickup
Roll, Exit
Rubber, Separation
Sheet, Pad
Sheet, Guide
Sheet, Pressure
Sheet, Trace
Spring, Exit Roller
Spring, Tension
Spring, Tension
Spring, Reading Plate
Spring, Torsion
Hinge, ADF
Sheet, Pickup
Brush, Antistatic
Screw, Dummy Hinge
Bushing, D6
Plate, Motor Attachment
Plate, Motor Fix
Cover, Main Board
Base, Cover
Plate, Metal
Spring, Plate
Plate, FFC Set
Plate, Seal
Plate, Core Set
Shaft, IR
Shaft, Transfer
Frame, IR Base
Base, ADF

Ref. No. Supplier


546
435
406
433
528
533
521
527
531
529
412
413
421
420
408
210
206
439
443
524
516
519
417
414
503
547
548
534
549
427
504
513
207
532
550
403
515
539
440
537
512
204
216
217
215
223
226
227
228
202
419
212
501

PM

PM
PM
PM
PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

175
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
92123A005H
92123A006H
92123A007H
92123B001H
92123C001H
92123C002H
92123C003H
92123C004H
92123D001H
92123D002H
92123D003H
92123D004H
92123D005H
92123D006H
92123D011H
92123D012H
92123D014H
92123D015H
92125D001H
92125D006H
92125D007H
92129D001H
92129D002H
92129D004H
92129D008H
92129D010H
92129D021H
92129D022H
92130D001H
92130D002H
92130D003H
92130D004H
92142D001H
92143D001H
A4DP3L000003
A4DP7K000002
CR2032
DZDA000047
DZDR000014
DZDU000025
DZDU000027
DZEC101941
DZEC102137
DZEC102525
DZEC102526
DZEC102527
DZEC102566
DZEC102932
DZEC102978
DZEC102979
DZEC102980
DZEC102992
DZEC102993

Part Name
Cover, Top ADF
Guide, Document
Cover, Rear ADF
Guide, Extend Document
Guide, Rear
Guide, Front
Cover, Hole
Cover, Harness
Gear, 60T/P16T
Gear, 32/15T
Gear, 20T
Gear, 23S
Gear, 19S
Holder, Pickup Sheet
Cover, Dummy Hinge
Stud, Gap
Lib, Fix Plate
Cover, Protect
Sheet, Tray
Seal, CCD Harness
Label, Max. Capacity Indicator
Sheet, White Reference
Sheet, Protect Cover
Sheet, Gap Limit
Sheet, Plate
Seal, Screw
Gasket 1
Gasket 2
Pad, Scanning
Sponge
Cushion, Stopper
Cushion, Pick-up
Clutch, One Way
Belt
Lamp, Halogen (For DP-190)
Lamp, Halogen (For DP-180)
Battery
LCD Module
Speaker
Handset
Handset
PC Board, SRU
PC Board, FRM8 (For DP-180)
PC Board, SRU
PC Board, SRU
PC Board, SRU
PC Board, SRU
PC Board, FXB (For UF-9000)
PC Board, PNL1
PC Board, PNL2 (For UF-9000)
PC Board, PNL3
PC Board, PNL4
PC Board, PNL5

Ref. No. Supplier


401
429
402
430
432
431
211
218
205
530
423
410
411
514
441
520
523
505
436
213
437
536
502
538
552
225
230
231
404
214
444
445
424
203
1209
1209
128
127
631
626
626
1946
1934
1946
1946
1946
1946
1903
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
Except AU
All
All
All
Except AK
AK
AU
Except AU
AK
AT
YW
YC
AU
Except YV
AU
All
All
All

176
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
DZEC103051
DZEC103111
DZEC103128
DZEC103158
DZEC103219
DZEC103220
DZEC103331

Part Name
PC Board,
PC Board,
PC Board,
PC Board,
PC Board,
PC Board,
PC Board,

DZEC103454

PC Board, SC (For DP-180)

1901

DZEC103455
DZEC103456
DZEC103460
DZEC103469
DZFB000001
DZFB000010

PC Board, SC (For DP-180)


PC Board, SC (For DP-180)
PC Board, SC (For DP-180)
PC Board, PNL1
PTT Plug (For DP-180)
PTT Plug (For DP-180)

1901
1901
1901
1905
2020
2020

DZFM000028

Cord, AC Power (For DP-180)

2009

DZFM000030
DZFM000031
DZFM000032
DZFM000043
DZFM000061
DZFM000064
DZFM000065

Cord,
Cord,
Cord,
Cord,
Cord,
Cord,
Cord,

DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)

2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009

DZFM000073

Cord, AC Power (For DP-180)

2009

DZFM000074
DZFM000076
DZFM000114
DZFN000016
DZFN000017
DZFN000030

Cord, AC Power (For DP-180)


Cord, AC Power (For DP-180)
Cord, AC Power (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Cable, Telephone Line (For DP-180)
Cable, Telephone Line (For DP-180)
Cable, Telephone Line (For DP-180)

2009
2009
2009
2010
2010
2010

DZFN000050

Cable, Telephone Line

2010

DZFN000060
DZFN000069
DZFN000078
DZFN000082
DZFN000095
DZFN000096
DZFN000104
DZFN000105
DZFN000107
DZFN000108
DZFN000109
DZFN000115
DZFN000119
DZFN000120
DZFP001548
DZFP001554
DZFP001555
DZFP001556
DZFP001558
DZFP001561

Cord, Handset
Cable, Telephone Line (For
Cable, Telephone Line (For
Cord, Cradle
Cable, Telephone Line (For
Cable, Telephone Line (For
Cable, Telephone Line (For
PTT Plug (For DP-180)
PTT Plug (For DP-180)
PTT Plug (For DP-180)
PTT Plug (For DP-180)
Cord, Cradle
PTT Plug (For DP-180)
Cable, Telephone Line (For
Harness, PNL2-PNL3_5PIN
Harness, Power Supply
Cable, ECB (Flat Harness)
Harness, FXB
Harness, Speaker
Harness, PNL1-PNL2_17PIN

AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC

DC
SC (For DP-190)
SC (For UF-9000)
PNL2 (For DP-180/190)
FXB (For DP-180)
FXB (For DP-190)
FXB (For DP-180)

Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power

(For
(For
(For
(For
(For
(For
(For

DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)

DP-180)

Ref. No. Supplier


1931
1901
1901
1906
1903
1903
1903

629
2010
2010
630
2010
2010
2010
2020
2020
2020
2020
630
2020
2010
1943
1930
1929
1927
1928
1939

PM

Destination
All
AU
AU
All
Except AL, EB
AU
AL, EB
Except AU, AG,
AV, YV
AG
AV
YV
YV
EH
AL
AG, AV, EH, EP,
ER, YA, YC
EE
AL
AM
YV
YA
EB, ES
YV
AG, AV, EH, EP,
ER, YA, YC
EE
AM
AU
EP
AL
EH
AU, EB, EP, ER,
ES, YA, YC, YV
All
AG
EE
Except AK
AL, EB
AM
AM, AV, EH, ER
AV
ER
AM
ER
AK
ER
AL, EB
All
All
All
All
All
All

177
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
DZFP001562
DZFP001563
DZFP001564
DZFP001565
DZFP001566
DZFP001567
DZFP001574
DZHP009971
DZHP009973
DZHP010343
DZHP010345
DZHT000004
DZHT000027
DZJC000389
DZJC000390
DZJE000738
DZJE000740
DZJF000462
DZJH000084
DZJK000004
DZJK000057
DZJK000067
DZJK000068
DZJK000069
DZKB000637
DZKB000640
DZKB000641
DZKB000760
DZKB000762
DZKB000796
DZKB000803
DZKB000858
DZKB000862
DZKB000922
DZMA000260
DZMA000269
DZMA003267
DZNK005395
DZRB000143
DZRB000733
DZRB000750
DZRG000003
DZSM000756
DZSM000795
DZSM000796
DZSM000797
DZTK000002
DZZSP29011
FFPTE2650
J0KF00000015
J0KF00000046
K5AT281613

Part Name
Harness, PNL1-PNL2_14PIN
Harness, PNL1-PNL3_18PIN
Harness, PNL1-PNL3_10PIN
Harness, HD
Harness, DC
Harness, MC
Harness, Book-PNL
Software CD For (UF-9000/DP-190)
Software CD (UF-9000/DP-190)
Software CD (For DP-180)
Software CD (For DP-180)
Stamp Head
Stamp Head
Bracket, HDD
Bracket, Counter
Cradle, Upper
Cradle, Lower
Guide, Flash Memory Card
Support, Locking (For DP-180)
Clamp
Edge Saddle
Clamp
Clamp
Clamp
Key, Print
Key, B
Key, Reset
Key, Function
Key, Stop
Key, Start
Key, Touch3
Key, Scan/File
Key, Copy
Key, A
Cradle, Upper
Cradle, Lower
Cover, Flash Memory Card
Label, Laser Caution
Carton Box
Carton Box
Cushion
Joint
Installation Instructions (Expansion
F-ROM Board, For DP-180)
Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
Counter, Mechanical
Screw
Label, Energy Star
Ferrite Core
Ferrite Core
Core

Ref. No. Supplier


1940
1941
1942
1932
1933
1950
1948
2102
2201
2201
2102
553
553
707
710
627
628
704
708
2405
2403
2404
825
714
112
109
106
107
105
104
113
111
110
108
627
628
621
632
2101
2401
2402
2017

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
AU
Except AU
Except AU
Except AU
AU
All
All
AU
AU
All
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Except AU
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All
All

2104

Except AU

2103
2202
2406
711
W2
635
1115
1115
1116

All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD

178
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
L2AA00000088
L2AA00000090
L6CCKGEK0003
L6FALEGK0009
L9DAEJ000001
N0GG4E000002
N3CABRD00005
PJBAB0011Z
PJBAB0020Z
PJBCB0016Z
PJBCB0017Z
PJBCB0018Z
PJBCB0019X
PJBCB0019Y
PJBCB0019Z
PJBCB0020W
PJBCB0020X
PJBCB0020Y
PJBCB0020Z
PJBCB0021Z
PJBCB0022Z
PJBCB0023Z
PJDFB0008Z
PJDFB0009Z
PJDFB0025Z
PJDFB0122Z
PJDFB0163Z
PJDG50133Z
PJDGB0021Z
PJDGB0023Z
PJDGB0024Z
PJDGB0025Z
PJDGB0026Z
PJDGB0027Z
PJDGB0028Z
PJDGB0029Z
PJDGB0030Z
PJDGB0038Z
PJDGB0039Z
PJDGB0040Z
PJDGB0041Z
PJDGB0042Z
PJDGB0043Z
PJDGB0047Z
PJDGB0048Z
PJDGB0049Z
PJDGB0051Z
PJDGB0052Z
PJDGB0056Z
PJDGB0057Z
PJDGB0058Z
PJDGB0059Z
PJDGB0060Z

Part Name
Thermistor
Thermostat
Motor
Motor, Fan
Lamp, Halogen (For UF-9000)
HVPS
HDD Unit
Hook
Holder, LCD
Key, Contrast
Key, Fax/Email
Key, Zoom
Key, 1 (For DP-180)
Key, 1 (For DP-180/190)
Key, 1 (For UF-9000)
Key, 2
Key, 2 (For DP-180)
Key, 2 (For DP-180/190)
Key, 2 (For UF-9000)
Key, 3
Key, Ten
Key, C (For DP-180/190)
Shaft, Roller
Shaft, A/D Roller
Shaft, Pickup Roller
Shaft, Fuser Drive
Shaft, Pickup Roller
Gear, Pinion
Gear, Heat Roller
Gear, Z24 Fuser
Gear, Z21 Fuser
Gear, Internal
Gear, Z36 Upper Exit Roller Drive
Gear, Black Ratchet
Gear, Ratchet
Gear, Planetary
Gear, A/D Unit Union
Gear, Registration Roller
Gear, Paper Feed Roller
Gear, Pickup Internal
Gear, Pickup Arm
Gear, Registration Internal
Gear, Registration Arm
Gear, OPC B
Gear, OPC A
Gear, Fuser
Gear, Fuser Drive
Gear, ADU Drive
Gear, Registration A
Gear, Transfer
Gear 1
Gear 2
Gear 3

Ref. No. Supplier


1229
1204
907
OAPD
1006
OAPD
1209
OAPD
1005
OAPD
706
606
OAPD
122
116
114
117
118
118
118
119
119
119
119
120
115
130
613
OAPD
1404
OAPD
1712
OAPD
1201
OAPD
1311
OAPD
1613
OAPD
1208
OAPD
1202
OAPD
1102
OAPD
1104
OAPD
1103
OAPD
1105
OAPD
806
OAPD
809
OAPD
1411
OAPD
1304
OAPD
1307
OAPD
1301
OAPD
1302
OAPD
808
OAPD
807
OAPD
901
OAPD
902
OAPD
903
OAPD
812
OAPD
801
OAPD
904
OAPD
1505
OAPD
1717
OAPD
1718
OAPD
1719
OAPD

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AV
Except AV
AU
AV
AG
Except AG, AV
AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

179
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
PJDGB0061Z
PJDGB0069Z
PJDGB0070Z
PJDGB0071Z
PJDGB0072Z
PJDGB0073Z
PJDGB0203Z
PJDGB0204Z
PJDJ05011CZ
PJDJ05041RZ
PJDJ06061CZ
PJDJ06121RZ
PJDJB0008Z
PJDJB0009Z
PJDJB0010Z
PJDJB0019Z
PJDJB0020Z
PJDPB0001Z
PJDRA0051Z
PJDRB0014Z
PJDRB0017Z
PJDRB0018Z
PJDRB0021Z
PJDRB0022Z
PJDRB0025Z
PJDRB0059Z
PJDRB0081Z
PJDRB0091Z
PJDRB0092Z
PJDRB0093Z
PJDSB0008Z
PJDSB0009Y
PJDSB0010Z
PJDSB0015Z
PJDSB0016Z
PJDSB0017Z
PJDSB0018Z
PJDSB0019Z
PJDSB0020Z
PJDSB0024Z
PJDSB0026Z
PJDSB0033Z
PJDSB0034Z
PJDSB0035Z
PJDSB0039Z
PJDSB0040Z
PJDSB0041Z
PJDSB0043Z
PJDSB0112Z
PJDSB0145Z
PJDSB0148Z
PJDSB0149Z
PJDSB0157Y

Part Name
Gear 4
Gear, Registration B
Gear, Registration Drive
Gear, Double Teeth
Gear, Idle Z19
Gear, Idle Z14
Gear, Upper Exit Roller Drive
Gear, Intermediate Fuser
Bearing, C5
Bearing, R5
Bearing
Bearing
Bushing, Left Heat Roller
Bushing, Right Heat Roller
Bushing, Pressure Roller
Bushing
Bearing, U
Solenoid, Upper Exit Roller with Plunger
Roller, Pinch
Shaft, ADU Registration Roller
Roller, Pinch
Roller, ADU Pinch
Roller, Registration
Roller, Paper Feed
Roller, Paper Feed
Roller, Sub
Roller, Bias Transfer
Roller, Heat
Roller, Pressure
Roller, Cleaning
Spring, Right OPC
Spring, OPC
Spring, Right Registration
Spring, Paper Jam Sensor Lever
Spring, Ratchet
Spring
Spring, Pinch Roller A
Spring
Spring, Stopper
Spring, Paper Tray Guide
Spring, Left OPC
Spring, Grid
Spring, Pinch Roller
Spring, Registration
Spring, Gear Tension
Spring, Transfer
Spring, Pinch Roller
Spring, Left Registration
Spring
Spring, Cleaning Roller
Spring, Charge
Spring, Developer
Spring Friction

Ref. No. Supplier


1720
OAPD
905
OAPD
802
OAPD
804
OAPD
803
OAPD
805
OAPD
1106
OAPD
814
OAPD
1410
OAPD
1306
OAPD
1714
OAPD
1715
OAPD
1206
OAPD
1207
OAPD
1214
OAPD
1309
OAPD
1506
OAPD
1110
OAPD
1705
OAPD
1409
OAPD
610
OAPD
1403
OAPD
1303
OAPD
1305
OAPD
1716
OAPD
1009
OAPD
1503
OAPD
1205
OAPD
1216
OAPD
611
OAPD
1512
OAPD
1003
OAPD
1514
OAPD
1213
OAPD
1107
OAPD
1412
OAPD
1217
OAPD
1010
OAPD
1607
OAPD
1515
OAPD
1511
OAPD
1001
OAPD
608
OAPD
1417
OAPD
813
OAPD
1502
OAPD
1405
OAPD
1513
OAPD
614
OAPD
609
OAPD
1002
OAPD
1004
OAPD
1807
OAPD

PM

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

180
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
PJDSB0179Z
PJDSB0190Z
PJDSB0205Z
PJDSB0206Z
PJDSB0207Z
PJDSB0208Z
PJDSB0210Y
PJDSB0211Z
PJGEC0002Z
PJGEC0003Z
PJGEC0004Z
PJGEC0005Z
PJGEC0006Z
PJGEC0007Z
PJGEC0008Z
PJGEC0009Z
PJGEC0010Z
PJGFC0011Z
PJGFC0012Z
PJGKB0087Z

Part Name
Spring, Retard Pad
Spring, Retard Pad
Spring, Pressure Roller
Spring, Separator
Spring, Pickup Holder
Spring, Dust Scraper
Spring, Friction
Spring, Pickup
Sheet, Paper Tray A (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray B (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray F (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray G (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray C (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray D (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray E (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray H (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Sheet, Paper Tray I (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Label, Max. Level Indicator 1
Label, Max. Level Indicator 2
LCD Window (For UF-9000)

PJGKB0088U

Sheet, Panel 1 (For DP-180)

125

PJGKB0088W
PJGKB0088X
PJGKB0088Y
PJGKB0088Z
PJGKB0089V
PJGKB0089W
PJGKB0089X

Sheet,
Sheet,
Sheet,
Sheet,
Sheet,
Sheet,
Sheet,

125
125
125
125
126
126
126

PJGKB0089Y

Sheet, Panel 2 (For DP-180/190)

126

PJGKB0089Z
PJGKB0107V
PJGKB0107W
PJGKB0107X
PJGKB0107Y

Sheet, Panel 2 (For UF-9000)


LCD Window (For DP-180)
LCD Window (For DP-180)
LCD Window (For DP-180)
LCD Window (For DP-190)

126
124
124
124
124

PJGKB0107Z

LCD Window (For DP-180)

124

PJGPB0011W
PJGPB0011X
PJGPB0011Y

Cover, Panel (For DP-180)


Cover, Panel (For DP-180)
Cover, Panel (For DP-180)

103
103
103

PJGPB0011Z

Cover, Panel (For DP-180)

103

PJHE5065Z
PJHG351Z
PJHGC0004Z
PJHGC0005Z
PJHR9224Z
PJHRA0316Z
PJHRB0029Y
PJHRB0030Z
PJHRB0031Z
PJHRB0032Z
PJHRB0033Z

Screw
Plate, Rubber
Rubber, Separation Pad
Rubber, Paper Size Knob
Separator
Guard, Edge
Assembly, Paper Tray Base
Tray, Paper Tray Extension
Guide, Right Paper Side
Guide, Left Paper Side
Knob, Paper Size

1022
1727
1819
1821
1225
817
1609
1610
1604
1605
1611

Panel
Panel
Panel
Panel
Panel
Panel
Panel

1
1
1
1
2
2
2

(For
(For
(For
(For
(For
(For
(For

DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)
UF-9000/DP-190)
DP-180)
DP-180)
DP-180)

Ref. No. Supplier


1603
OAPD
1805
OAPD
1215
OAPD
1223
OAPD
1312
OAPD
1314
OAPD
1606
OAPD
815
OAPD
1617
1618
1814
1815
1619
1620
1621
1816
1817
1622
1818
124

OAPD
OAPD

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
AU
AU
AU
AU
AU
AU
AU
AU
All
All
AU
Except AU,
AV, YV
YV
AV
AG
AU
YV
AV
AG
Except AG,
YV
AU
YV
AV
AG
AU
Except AU,
AV, YV
YV
AV
AG
Except AG,
YV
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

AG,

AV,

AG,

AV,

181
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
PJHRB0034Z
PJHRB0036Z
PJHRB0037Z
PJHRB0038Z
PJHRB0045Z
PJHRB0046Z
PJHRB0070Z
PJHRB0075Z
PJHRB0076Z
PJHRB0078Z
PJHRB0079Z
PJHRB0080Z
PJHRB0081Z
PJHRB0082Z
PJHRB0083Z
PJHRB0307Z
PJHRB0320Z
PJHRB0324Z
PJHRB0327Z
PJHRB0338Z
PJHRB0339Z
PJHRB0340Z
PJHRB0341Z
PJHRB0343Z
PJHRB0344Z
PJHRB0445Z
PJHRB0447Z
PJHRB0476Z
PJHRB0521Z
PJHRB0567Z
PJHRB0568Z
PJHRB0635Z
PJHRB0636Z
PJHRB0637Z
PJHRB0638Z
PJHRB0640Z
PJHRB0659Y
PJHRB0684Z
PJHRB0701Z
PJHRC0051Z
PJHRC0216Z
PJHRC0055Z
PJHRC0056Z
PJHRC0154Z
PJHRC0176Z
PJHSB0007Z
PJHXB0019Z
PJHXC0001Z
PJJEC04002Z
PJJEC05002Z
PJJEC10003Y
PJJRB1025Y

Part Name
Stopper
Rack
Arm, Right Pressure
Arm, Left Pressure
Rack, Guide
Gear, Paper Guide Pinion
Wheel, Drive
Lever, Registration Sensor
Lever, Paper Detect Sensor
Bushing
Arm, Sensor
Guide, Right Front
Guide, Right Rear
Guide, Left Front
Guide, Left Rear
Indicator, Orange Paper Level
Lever, No Paper Sensor
Holder, Transfer Roller
Clamp
Base, Paper Tray
Case, Paper Tray Extension
Guide, Right Paper Side
Guide, Left Paper Side
Cover, Lifter
Indicator, Orange Paper Level
Rib, Paper Chute
Guide, Paper (For DP-180)
Adapter, Retard
Bushing
Support, Right Paper
Support, Left Paper
Holder, Heat Roller
Base, Fuser Unit
Lever, Paper Jam Sensor
Cover, Left Fuser
Adapter, Pickup Holder
Guide, Exit Paper
Sheet, Bracket
Cushion, Leg
Sheet, Separation Pad
Sheet, 2nd Separation Pad
Sheet, Paper Chute
Sheet, Paper Size Knob
Sheet, Clutch Guide
Plate, Spacer
Pad, Friction
Sheet, Insulated
Sheet, Protect
Harness, Exit Sensor (Flat Harness)
Harness, Registration Detect Sensor
(Flat Harness)
Harness, HVPS (Flat Harness)
Cable, Fuser

Ref. No. Supplier


1608
OAPD
1614
OAPD
1508
OAPD
1507
OAPD
604
OAPD
605
OAPD
1308
OAPD
1415
OAPD
1416
OAPD
1504
OAPD
1722
OAPD
1709
OAPD
1710
OAPD
1707
OAPD
1708
OAPD
1612
OAPD
1414
OAPD
1501
OAPD
824
OAPD
1801
OAPD
1804
OAPD
1802
OAPD
1803
OAPD
1810
OAPD
1806
OAPD
1713
OAPD
1811
OAPD
1616
OAPD
1729
OAPD
602
603
1221
OAPD
1212
OAPD
1220
OAPD
1224
OAPD
1313
OAPD
1019
1739
2305
1623
1820
1740
1822
1742
1741
1602
OAPD
123
129
1918
OAPD

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

1919

OAPD

All

1917
1219

OAPD
OAPD

All
All

182
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
PJJRB1026Z
PJJRB1027Z
PJJRB1028Z
PJJRML0011Z
PJJRML0014Z
PJJRML0015Z
PJJRML0019Z
PJJRML0020Z
PJJRML0021Y
PJJTC0002Z
PJJTCC014Z
PJKEB0019Z
PJKEB0081X
PJKEB0081Y
PJKEB0081Z
PJKEB0097Z
PJKEB0098Z
PJKEB0110Z
PJKEB0111Z
PJKEB0112Z
PJKEB0113Z
PJKEB0114Z
PJKEB0115Z
PJKEB0116Z
PJKEB0117Z
PJKEB0118Z
PJKEB0120Z
PJKEB0130Z
PJKKB0001Z
PJMCB0068Z
PJMCB0070Z
PJMDB0018Z
PJMDB0019Y
PJMDB0020Z
PJMDB0026Y
PJMDB0035Y
PJMDB0036Y
PJMDB0037Z
PJMDB0155Y
PJMDB0156Z
PJMDB0190Z
PJMDB0253Z
PJMDB0256Z
PJMDB0257Y
PJMDB0258Z
PJMDB0259Z
PJMDB0260Z
PJMDB0261Z
PJMDB0262Z
PJMDB0263Z
PJMDB0264Z
PJMDB0286Z
PJMDB0287Z

Part Name
Harness, Exit Solenoid Relay
Harness, LVPS
Harness, Termistor Relay
Harness, Low Toner Sensor
Harness, 2nd Paper Feed Module I/F Board
Harness, No Paper Sensor
Harness, LSU
Harness, Motor
Harness, Main Motor
Cable, Ground
Cable
Cover, Front
Cover, Front (For DP-180)
Cover, Front (For DP-190)
Cover, Front (For UF-9000)
Cover, Right
Cover, Left
Cover, Right Side
Cover, Left Side
Cover, Rear
Cover, Top
Tray, Sub Paper
Base, Panel
Cover , Right Leg
Cover, Left Leg
Cover, PCB
Lamp, Doing
Cover, Rear Paper Tray
Holder, Battery
Plate, Ground 2
Plate, Ground 1
Plate, Lead Wire
Ground, Fuser
Plate, ADU Pinch Roller
Lifter, Paper
Paper Chute
Frame, Chassis
Bracket, Gear
Lifter, Paper
Clamp
Plate, Corner
Plate, Separator
Bracket, Joint
Plate, Lead Wire
Stay, Rear
Base, Right Side
Base, Left Side
Bracket, Right Side
Bracket, Left Side
Bracket Left Rear
Bracket, Right Rear
Base, Rear PC Board
Base, SC

Ref. No. Supplier


1951
1915
1952
1916
OAPD
1921
OAPD
1920
OAPD
1913
OAPD
1914
OAPD
1953
OAPD
826
1413
OAPD
1701
OAPD
601
601
601
1702
1703
615
616
617
623
624
101
618
619
620
121
625
102
1517
OAPD
1516
OAPD
1203
OAPD
1218
OAPD
1402
OAPD
1601
OAPD
1731
OAPD
1726
OAPD
1721
OAPD
1809
OAPD
713
OAPD
1728
OAPD
1222
OAPD
1738
1210
OAPD
1014
819
1015
820
1016
1017
1018
703
702

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Except AU
AU
AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

183
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
PJMDB0288Z
PJMDB0289Z
PJMDB0290Z
PJMDB0291Z
PJMDB0292Z
PJMDB0316Z
PJNAC0003Z
PJNEB0003Y
PJNEB0008Z
PJNW317Z
PJNW410Z
PJNW4111Z
PJNW525Z
PJNW620Z
PJNW721Z
PJNW820Z
PJPEB0045Z
PJPGB0230Y
PJPGB0230Z
PJPGB0254W
PJPGB0254X
PJPGB0254Y
PJPGB0254Z
PJPGB0255Z
PJPGB0256Z
PJPNB0082Z
PJPNB0154Z
PJPNB0155Z
PJPNB0176Z
PJPNB0186Z
PJPNB0187Z
PJQHB0015Z
PJQMB0132Z

PJQQC0004Z
PJQQC0005Z

Part Name
Cover, SC
Bracket, Side Cover B
Bracket, Left Side Cover
Bracket, Side Cover A
Bracket, Right Side Cover
Plate, Cover
Screw
Screw
Screw
Poly Slider
Washer
Washer, Plastic
Spacer
Washer
Poly Slider
Washer, Plastic
Box, Accessories
Carton Box (For DP-180)
Carton Box
Carton Box (For DP-180)
Carton Box (For DP-180)
Carton Box (For DP-190)
Carton Box (For UF-9000)
Carton, Bottom
Pad, Bottom
Cushion, Inner
Cushion, Front
Cushion, Rear
Cushion, Top
Cushion, Bottom
Cushion, Rear
Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
Operating Instructions (For Copy &
Network Scan Functions, For UF-9000)
Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and
Internet Fax/Email, For UF-9000)
Operating Instructions (For Copy Arabic,
For DP-180)
Operating Instructions (For Copy Chinese,
For DP-180)
Operating Instructions (For Fax Chinese,
For DP-180)
Quick Guide (For DP-180)
Quick Guide (For DP-180)

PJQQC0006Z
PJQQC0007Z
PJQTB0262Z
PJQTB0263Z
PJQTB0264Z
PJQTB0265U
PJQTB0265V
PJQTB0265W

Quick Guide (For DP-180)


Quick Guide (For DP-180)
Directory Holder (For UF-9000)
Sheet, HVPS Insulation
Sheet, Right Cover
Label, F (For DP-180)
Label, F (For DP-180)
Label, F (For DP-180)

PJQMB0137Z
PJQMB0138Z
PJQMC0029Z
PJQMC0034Z
PJQMC0052Z

Ref. No. Supplier


701
1012
1013
1011
818
634
W7
U7
OAPD
1007
OAPD
1406
OAPD
1407
OAPD
810
OAPD
811
OAPD
906
OAPD
1108
OAPD
1317
OAPD
2016
2301
2301
2001
2001
2001
2001
2002
2003
2304
OAPD
2302
2303
2006
2004
2005
2014
2306

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Except AU, YV
AU, YV
YV
Except AU, YV
AU
AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

2011

AU

2012

AU

2021

ES

2021

YV

2022

YV

2018

YA
AG, AL, AM, AV,
EB, EE, EH, EP
ER
YC
AU
All
All
YV
EE
AV

2018
2018
2018
2015
1020
622
448
448
448

184
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
PJQTB0265X

Part Name
Label, F (For DP-180)

PJQTB0265Y

Label, F (For DP-180/190)

PJQTB0265Z
PJQTB0292Z
PJQTC0003Z
PJQTC0027Z
PJRAC0001Z
PJUAB0005Y
PJUAB0007Z
PJUAB0008Z
PJUAB0024Y
PJULC0022Z
PJULC0023Z
PJUSB0008Z
PJUSB0011Y
PJUSB0025Z
PJUSB0027Z
PJUSB0080Z
PJUSB0089Z
PJUSB0130Z
PJWACC00001

Label, F (For UF-9000)


Label, Color
Label, Flash Memory
Directory Holder (For DP-180/190)
Sheet, FM
Plate, ADU Registration Roller
Chassis, Right
Chassis, Left
Plate, Lower Base
Bracket, R
Bracket, L
Plate, Transfer Bias Roller
Plate, Ground
Spring, Ground
Plate, Pinch Roller
Spring, Ground
Spring, Side Guide
Plate, Spring
Software CD (For UF-9000)
Operating Instructions CD
(For DP-180/190)
Software CD (For DP-190)
Software CD (For DP-180)
Software CD (For DP-180)
Assembly, Engine Board Shield Base
LSU
Cable, I/F
Assembly, Registration Solenoid
Assembly, Pickup Solenoid
Clutch
PC Board, Paper Exit/ADU Paper Jam Sensor
PC Board, No Paper Sensor
PC Board, Registration/Paper Detect
Sensor
PC Board, Low Toner Sensor
PC Board, 2nd Paper Feed Module I/F
Assembly, LVPS (DP-180)
PC Board, 2nd Feeder
PC Board, Engine Control
Assembly, LVPS (For UF-9000/DP-190)
Motor
Switch, OPC Drum Unit Interlock
Switch, Front Door Safety Interlock
Assembly, Top Cover
Assembly, Pinch Roller Holder
Door, Rear
Assembly, Upper Exit Roller Holder
Assembly, Upper Exit Roller Holder Cover
Assembly, Dust Scraper Cover
Bracket, Gear Support

PJWACC00002
PJWACC00003
PJWACC00005
PJWACC00007
PJWC1P7105M
PJWEP7305M
PJWLPMF3M
PJWMP7100M
PJWMP7305M
PJWMPMF3M
PJWP2P7100M1
PJWP2P7105M1
PJWP2P7305M
PJWP3P7100M1
PJWP3P7105M1
PJWPF2300EB
PJWPPMF3M2
PJWPUF9KEM
PJWPWU00001Z
PJWQPMF3M
PJWS2P7100M
PJWSP7105M
PJYFPMF3M
PJYK4P7305M
PJYKF2300AU
PJZBP7305M
PJZC1P7100M
PJZC1P7305M
PJZC2P7100M

Ref. No. Supplier


448
448
448
446
633
2015
712
1408
1724
1725
1401
1737
1736
1510
1509
816
1704
1711
1808
705
2013

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

PM

Destination
AG
Except AG, AV,
EE, YV
AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU

2019

All

2013
2013
2013
709
1114
1949
822
1320
1734
1937
1947

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

AU
Except AU, YV
YV
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

1938

OAPD

All

1944
1936
1021
1945
1902
1021
1735
1113
1112
1730
607
612
1101
1109
1315
821

OAPD
OAPD

All
All
Except AU
All
All
AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

OAPD

OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD
OAPD

185
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

Alphanumerical Parts List


Part Number
PJZC3P7100M
PJZCP7305M
PJZE1P7100M
PJZE1PMF3M
PJZEP7100M1
PJZEP7305M
PJZEPMF3M1
PJZFUS00001Z
PJZHP7100M
PJZHP7105M
PJZHP7305M
PJZR1P7305M
PJZR2P7305M
PJZR3P7100M
PJZRP7305M
PJZRPMF3M
PJZSF2300AU
PJZSF2300EB
PJZUP7100M
PJZUPMF3M
XPL2A10WVW
XSN2+10FN
XSN3+4
XTB2+12J
XTB3+4F
XTB3+8G
XTB3+8J
XTB3+8JFN
XTN3+8JFN
XTS3+8J
XTW26+8S
XTW3+12S
XTW3+12SFZ
XTW3+6L
XTW3+6LFC
XTW3+6LFN
XTW3+6S
XTW3+8L
XTW3+8LFN
XTW3+8P
XTW3+8PFN
XTW3+8S
XTW3+U8S
XTW4+16P
XUC4VW-V
XWC3B
XWE4
XYC3+FF6
XYC3+FF8C
XYN3+F5

Part Name
Assembly, Side Fuser Cover
Assembly, Paper Chute
Assembly, Pickup Lever
Assembly, Paper Size Knob
Pad, Separation
Guide, Sub. Paper
Pad, Separation
Assembly, Fuser Unit (For UF-9000)
Assembly, Drive Gear Bracket
Bracket, Fuser Drive Gear
Bracket, Motor
Roller, Pickup
Assembly, Upper Exit Roller
Assembly, Lower Exit Roller
Assembly, Cleaning Roller
Roller, Pickup
Assembly, Fuser Unit (For DP-190)
Assembly, Fuser Unit (For DP-180)
Pan, Jam Release
Assembly, Paper Guide
Pin
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
E-Ring
Washer, Star
Washer
Screw
Screw
Screw

Ref. No. Supplier


1226
OAPD
1518
OAPD
1319
OAPD
1813
OAPD
1615
OAPD
1318
OAPD
1812
OAPD
1117
908
OAPD
823
OAPD
909
OAPD
1316
OAPD
1111
OAPD
1227
OAPD
1228
OAPD
1733
OAPD
1117
1117
1418
OAPD
1732
OAPD
1723
OAPD
W5
U9
W4
OAPD
L9
F10
19
V6
OAPD
W8
W1
T8
OAPD
U4
OAPD
U5
OAPD
U1
V5
V9
V2
P3
H8
P8
V7
T9
OAPD
U8
OAPD
V8
U6
OAPD
G8
V3
V1
OAPD
U3
OAPD
3F

PM

PM
PM

PM

PM

Destination
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
AU
Except AU
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All

186
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004

UF-9000
DP-180/190

memo

187
Ver. 2.0

JUN 2004