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SERVICE MANUAL
CODE: 00ZMXC250/S5E

DIGITAL FULL COLOR
MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM
MX- C250/C250E
MX- C250F/C250FE
MX- C300F/C300W
MODEL MX- C300WE
CONTENTS
NOTE FOR SERVICING
[1]

PRODUCT OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1

[2]

SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1

[3]

CONSUMABLE PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1

[4]

EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1

[5]

ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1

[6]

SIMULATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1

[7]

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1

[8]

FIRMWARE UPDATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1

[9]

MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1

[10] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
[11] OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
[12] ELECTRICAL SECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
[13] OTHERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1

Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with
specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

CONTENTS

NOTE FOR SERVICING

1. General and purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
2. List of simulation codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3

3. Note for installing site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i

3. Details of simulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7

4. Note for handling PWB and electronic parts . . . . . . . . . .ii

4. Soft switch (Detail of Sim. 66-1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6

6. Note for handling the drum unit, the transfer unit,
the developing unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii

[7]

2. JAM and troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16

PRODUCT OUTLINE
2. Product list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
3. Option list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1

3. Image send communication report code . . . . . . . . . . 7-17

2. Copy functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
3. Printer function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
4. Scanner/FAX function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
5. Report/list function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
6. Power consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
7. Dimensions and Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
8. Ambient conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
[3]

CONSUMABLE PARTS
1. Supply system table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
2. Maintenance parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
3. Definition of developer/drum life end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
4. Production number identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
5. Environmental conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3

[4]

EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE
A. External view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
B. Document feeder and document glass . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
C. Operation panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
D. Operation panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
E. SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
F. RSPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
G. Sensor, detector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
H. Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
I.

Clutches and solenoids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10

J. Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
K. Rollers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
L. Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
M. Fans and filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
N. PWB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
O. Fuses/thermostats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-16
[5]

4. Dial tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
[8]

ADJUSTMENTS
1. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
2. Adjustment item list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
3. Details of adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2

FIRMWARE UPDATE
1. Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1

SPECIFICATIONS
1. Basic specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1

TROUBLESHOOTING
1. Error code and troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1

1. System diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1

[2]

SIMULATION

2. Warning for servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i

5. Note for repairing/replacing the LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii

[1]

[6]

1. Precautions for servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i

2. Update procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
[9]

MAINTENANCE
1. Necessary work for maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
2. Maintenance timing display list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2
3. Maintenance list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4

[10] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
1. Disassembly of Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
2. Disassembly and assembly of each unit . . . . . . . . . 10-16
[11] OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS
1. Operation panel section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
2. SPF/RSPF section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2
3. Scanner section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-6
4. Manual paper feed section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-8
5. Paper registration section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-9
6. Paper feed tray section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-10
7. Paper exit section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-11
8. Duplex section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12
9. LSU section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13
10. OPC drum section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15
11. Toner supply section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-18
12. Developing section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-19
13. Transfer section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-21
14. Fusing section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-23
15. Fan and filter section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-25
[12] ELECTRICAL SECTION
1. Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
2. Power line diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-6
3. Actual wiring chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-8
4. Signal list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
[13] OTHERS
1. Necessary works when replacing the PWB,
and the HDD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
2. TOOL LIST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1

MX-C250
NOTE
FOR SERVICING

Service Manual

4)

1. Precautions for servicing
1)

It may cause an explosion, a fire or an electric shock.

When servicing, disconnect the power plug, the printer cable,
the network cable, and the telephone line from the machine,
except when performing the communication test, etc.

- Gas tube
- Lightning conductor
- A water pipe or a water faucet, which is not recognized as a
grounding object by the authorities.

It may cause an injury or an electric shock.
2)

There is a high temperature area inside the machine. Use
extreme care when servicing.
It may cause a burn.

3)

There is a high voltage section inside the machine which may
cause an electric shock. Be careful when servicing.

4)

Do not disassemble the laser unit. Do not insert a reflective
material such as a screwdriver in the laser beam path.

- Grounding wire for telephone line
5)

5)

When servicing with the machine operating, be careful not to
place your hands by belts, gears, chains, and other drive components.

6)

Do not leave the machine with the cabinet disassembled.
Do not allow any person other than a serviceman to touch
inside the machine. It may cause an electric shock, a burn, or
an injury.
When servicing, do not breathe toner, developer, and ink
excessively. Do not get them in the eyes.
If toner, developer, or ink enters you eyes, wash it away with
water immediately, and consult a doctor if necessary.

8)

The machine has got sharp edges inside. Be careful not to
damage fingers when servicing.

9)

Do not throw toner or a toner cartridge in a fire. Otherwise,
toner may explode and burn you.

Do not damage, break, or twist the power cord.
Do not put heavy objects on the power cable. Do not forcefully
bend or pull the power cable.
It may cause a fire or an electric shock.

6)

Keep the power cable away from a heat source.
Do not insert the power plug with dust on it into a power outlet.

It may damage eyes by reflection of laser beams.

7)

When connecting the grounding wire, never connect it to the
following points.

It may cause a fire or an electric shock.
7)

Do not put a metallic object or a container with water in it inside
the machine.

8)

With wet or oily hands, do not touch the power plug, do not
perform servicing, touch the power plug, insert a telephone
jack, or operate the machine with wet or oily hands.

It may cause a fire or an electric shock.

It may cause an electric shock.

3. Note for installing site
Do not install the machine at the following sites.
1)

Place of high temperature, high humidity, low temperature, low humidity, place under an extreme change in temperature and humidity.
Paper may get damp and form moisture inside the machine,
causing paper jam or copy dirt.

10) When replacing the lithium battery on the PWB, use only the
specified battery.

For operating condition, refer to the specifications described
later.

If a battery of different specification is used, the battery may
cause malfunction or breakdown of the machine.
11) When transporting a PWB, be sure to place the PWB in an
anti-static bag.
It may cause a breakdown or malfunctions.

CAUTION
DOUBLE POLE/NEUTRAL FUSING
(200V series only)

2)

Place of much vibration
It may cause a breakdown.

2. Warning for servicing
1)

Be sure to connect the power cord only to a power outlet that
meets the specified voltage and current requirements.
Avoid complex wiring, which may lead to a fire or an electric
shock.

2)

If there is any abnormality such as a smoke or an abnormal
smell, interrupt the job and disconnect the power plug.
It may cause a fire or an electric shock.

3)

Be sure to connect the grounding wire. If an electric leakage
occurs without grounding, a fire or an electric shock may
result.
For proper machine functionality, the machine must be
grounded.

3)

Poorly ventilated place
An electro-static type copier will produce ozone inside it.
The quantity of ozone produced is designed to a low level so
as not to affect human bodies. However, continuous use of
such a machine may produce an odor of ozone. Install the
machine in a well ventilated place.

MX-C250 NOTE FOR SERVICING - i

4)

Place of direct sunlight.
Plastic parts and toner may be deformed, discolored, or may
undergo qualitative change.
It may cause a breakdown or copy quality issues.

5)

4. Note for handling PWB and electronic
parts
When handling the PWB and the electronic parts, be sure to
observe the following precautions in order to prevent against damage by static electricity.
1)

When in transit or storing, put the parts in an anti-static bag or
an anti-static case and do not touch them with bare hands.

2)

When and after removing the parts from an anti-static bag
(case), use an earth band as shown below:

Place which is full of organic gases such as ammonium
The organic photoconductor (OPC) drum used in the machine
may undergo qualitative change due to organic gases such as
ammonium.
Installation of this machine near a diazo-type copier may result
in copy quality issues.

- Put an earth band to your arm, and connect it to the
machine.

6)

Place of much dust
When dusts enter the machine, it may cause a breakdown or
copy quality issues.

7)

Place near a wall
Some machines require intake and exhaust of air.
If intake and exhaust of air are not properly performed, copy
dirt or a breakdown may be a result.

11-13/16"
(30cm)
11-13/16"
(30cm)

8)

- When repairing or replacing an electronic part, perform the
procedure on an anti-static mat.

17-23/32"
(45cm)

Unstable or slant surface
If the machine drops or falls down, it may cause an injury or a
breakdown.
If there are optional paper desks and the copier desks specified, it is recommendable to use them.
When using the optional desk, be sure to fix the adjuster and
lock the casters.

MX-C250 NOTE FOR SERVICING - ii

5. Note for replacing the LSU
When replacing, be sure to observe the following items.
1)

When replacing the LSU, be sure to disconnect the power plug
from the power outlet.

2)

When replacing the LSU, follow the procedures described in
this Service Manual.

3)

When checking the operations after repairing the LSU, keep all
the parts including the cover installed and perform the operation check.

4)

Do not modify the LSU.

5)

When visually checking the inside of the machine for the operation check, be careful not to allow laser beams to enter the
eyes.

If the above precaution is neglected or an undesignated work is
performed, safety may not be assured.

6. Note for handling the OPC drum unit, the
transfer unit, and the developer unit
When handling the OPC drum unit, the transfer unit, and the developer unit, strictly observe the following items.
If these items are neglected, a trouble may be generated in the
copy and print image quality.
(OPC drum)
1)

Avoid working at a place with strong lights.

2)

Do not expose the OPC drum to lights including interior lights
for a long time.

3)

When the OPC drum is removed from the machine, cover it
with light blocking material. (When using paper, use about 10
sheets of paper to cover it.)

4)

Be careful not to attach fingerprints, oil, grease, or other foreign material on the OPC drum surface.

(Transfer unit)
1)

Be careful not to attach fingerprints, oil, grease, or other foreign material on the transfer belt and the transfer roller.

(Developer unit)
1)

Be careful not to attach fingerprints, oil, grease, or other foreign material on the developer unit.

MX-C250 NOTE FOR SERVICING - iii

MXC250E. MX-C300WE OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT . MXC300W. Option list Model Feeding equipment Application Name Model name 500-SHEET Paper Feed Unit Sharpdesk 1 License Kit Sharpdesk 5 License Kit Sharpdesk 10 License Kit Sharpdesk 50 License Kit Sharpdesk 100 License Kit STD: Standard provision.[1] PRODUCT OUTLINE MX-C250 Service Manual 1. Product list A. MX-C250F. 3.Other Product Name cpm* MX-C250 25cpm MX-C250F 25cpm MX-C300F 30cpm MX-C300W 30cpm Panel Mono CD Mono CD Mono CD Mono CD No STD No STD No STD STD STD No No No STD No STD No STD STD STD STD No No STD No STD No STD STD STD STD No No STD STD STD No STD STD STD STD No DF STD SPF STD SPF STD RSPF STD RSPF OSA No No No No *The same speed in both Color/Monochrome. The same speed in both A4/LTR. OPT: Option.: No setting MX-C250 PRODUCT OUTLINE 1 – 1 . MX-C300F. MX-CS11 MX-USX1 MX-USX5 MX-US10 MX-US50 MX-USA0 MX-C250. MX-C250FE. MX-C300E.North America Product Name cpm* MX-C250 25cpm MX-C300W 30cpm Panel Mono CD Mono CD HDD NIC Wireless LAN Copy Print PCL iFAX PS NW Scan Fax SAPL No STD No STD No STD STD STD No No No STD STD STD No STD STD STD STD No HDD NIC Wireless LAN Copy Print PCL iFAX PS NW Scan Fax SAPL DF STD SPF STD RSPF OSA No No B. System configuration Digital full color multifunctional system 500 sheet paper feed unit Sharpdesk 1 license kit Sharpdesk 5 license kit Sharpdesk 10 license kit Sharpdesk 50 license kit Sharpdesk 100 license kit 2.Europe Product Name cpm* MX-C250E 25cpm MX-C250F / MX-C250FE 25cpm MX-C300E 30cpm MX-C300W / MX-C300WE 30cpm Panel Mono CD Mono CD Mono CD Mono CD No STD No STD No STD STD STD No No No STD No STD No STD STD STD STD No No STD No STD No STD STD STD No No No STD STD STD No STD STD STD STD No HDD NIC Wireless LAN Copy Print PCL iFAX PS NW Scan Fax SAPL DF STD SPF STD SPF STD RSPF STD RSPF OSA No No No No C.

5x13. Basic specifications A. Engine Specification OPC(Diameter: Black:φ30mm. LED .5x13.5.5 A4R 8.5x13.25x10.5x11R) Envelope (Monarch.5x11R 5. DL. Copy Print Resolution Original Glass SPF/ RSPF Transmission Resolution (dpi) Exposure Lamp MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 1 Monochrome 600x600dpi Color 600x600dpi 600x400dpi (default) 600x600dpi 600x600dpi 600x300dpi (default) 600x300dpi (default) 600x400dpi (default) Refer to Image Transmission Feature.4 8.5x8.5R Extra OHP(A4R.5x5.5x13. 8.5x8.5 A4R 8.5x11R. 8.5x11R.5mm) FR Total: 8mm or less Lead edge : below 4.1 13. Engine speed (ppm) (1) Tray 1. 8.5R. C5) Heavy paper (A4R.5x14. B5R.5x13.Aug MX-C250 [2] SPECIFICATIONS Service Manual 1.5x13 8.5R. Color: φ30mmx3 pieces) Electronic Photo (Laser) Dry-Type Dual-Component Magnetic Brush Development Charged Saw-Tooth Method Roller Charging Mid-Transfer (Belt) Transfer Roller Counter Blade Heat Roller No toner recycling system/Toner collection container system Photo Conductor Recording Development Charging First Transfer Second Transfer Cleaning Fusing Waste toner disposal Continuous toner supply Appearance color Not available Neo White B. 8.25x10.A5R.16KR) Heavy paper (other than above size) C.5x13.5x14 8.5R (2) MX-C250 Monochrome 25 25 25 25 Color 25 25 25 25 MX-C300 Monochrome 25 30 30 30 Color 25 30 30 30 MX-C250 Monochrome 16 21 21 21 16 9 9 9 9 Color 16 21 21 21 16 9 9 9 9 MX-C300 Monochrome 16 21 21 21 16 9 9 9 9 Color 16 21 21 21 16 9 9 9 9 Bypass tray Paper size 8.5x13.5x8. Com-10.3.4.5x13. 8.5mm Scan Resolution for Copying (dpi) Rear edge : 2.5R.16KR A5R.0 .5mm or less Lead edge/Rear edge total : 8mm or less FRONT/REAR total : 8mm or less Lead edge/Rear edge/Front/Rear:4mm or less * No margin print function not provided. B5R. 7. Engine resolution 202x289 mm 176x249 mm 140x202 mm 176x249 mm 187x262 mm 208x348 mm 208x335 mm 208x342 mm 208x322 mm 208x271 mm 132x208 mm Smoothing Function Copy Print Tone Writing : 600x600dpi Writing : 600x600dpi No 1bit / 2bit 1bit / 2bit E.5x11R.5 .8.5 8. 5.16KR A5R.4.5R 1 Shipment Value Void area Authorized value Image loss D. Printable area A4R B5R A5R ExecutiveR 16KR 8. 2 Paper size 8. Scanner section (1) Resolution/Gradation Top/Rear total: 8mm or less (Lead edge : below 5.5x14. 8.8. 5. 7. 8.

Scan Resolution for Copying (dpi) Original Glass SPF/ RSPF Monochrome 600x600dpi Color 600x600dpi 600x400dpi (default) 600x600dpi 600x600dpi 600x300dpi (default) 600x300dpi (default) Scan Levels 16 bit Monochrome : 2bit Output Levels Gray scale : 8bit 600x400dpi (default) Type Standard Location of Original Document Document size detection Paper Feeding Direction Stamp Fixed original glass (Flatbed) 216x297mm(A4/LTR) Rear Left No No Copy Type SPF Monochrome Color Monoch rome (8.5x1 1R) (A4R) Scanning speed Double side 600x300dpi Double side 600x600dpi Fax(for nonU. and perforated document except for the document having wide width for 2 holes.5page/min (200x200dpi) Single side Monochrome Single side 600x300dpi Double side 600x300dpi Double side 600x600dpi (1) SPF Copy RSPF Scanning speed F. 356mm <Double side> Horizontal scanning : 139. the 2nd original drawing sheet. Tracing paper. document with cut or paste.5pag e/min 9 page/ min No No No No No No No No Single side No Double side No No 19page/min (200x200dpi) 9.7mm . 500mm (mono: 1 bit only) Y:51mm-55mm X:89mm-91mm Available for Fax mode (single side send only) No <Single side> Regular paper : 50-105g/m2. wrinkled / broken / torn document.5she et/min 8sheet/ min Document Setting Direction Standard Location of Original Document Document Feeding Method Standard Type Long Paper Business Card*1 Mix Paper Feeding Random Paper Feeding Center alignment Sheet through <Single side> Horizontal scanning : 139. models only) SCAN Document Size 18 page/ min 9. carbon paper. 13-28 lb Bond Business Card: Thickness 0. document printed with ink ribbon.5pag e/min 13 page/ min (200x20 0dpi) No Double side Document Setting Direction Standard Location of Original Document Document Feeding Method Color 19page/min 13.5page/min (200x200dpi) SCAN Documen t Size 8sheet/min Single side Fax (A4R) 9 page/ min 4 page/ min 9. 500mm (mono: 1 bit only) Y:51mm-55mm X:89mm-91mm Available for Fax mode No <Single side> Regular paper : 50-105g/m2.1mm-0.7mm . or 4 holes 4.5sheet/min No Single side 19page/min (200x200dpi) 9. Document feeder Single side 600x600dpi No Right hand side paper feeding No Type (2) Document table Single side 600x300dpi Center alignment (2)RSPF Full Color : RGB each color 8bit Form Scan Range Standard Location of Original Original size detection Heater (scanner section) SPF Type of document that may not be used Standard Location of Original Document Document size detection Paper Feeding Direction Stamp MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 2 Color (A4R) 9 page/ min 4 page/ min 4sheet /min 2sheet /min No No 9 page/ min (200x2 00dpi) 4.7mm 216mm Vertical scanning : 139. 3 holes. or 4 holes Center alignment No Right hand side paper feeding No .5she et/min 2sheet/ min 8sheet/ min 4. thermal paper. 356mm Document Weight Document Capacity <Double> Not supported Length: Max.5x11R) (8. and perforated document except for the document having wide width for 2 holes.5pag e/min (200x2 00dpi) 18 page/ min (200x20 0dpi) Double side 8sheet/min 4. 356mm Length: Max.2mm Max. thermal paper. 21 lbs Bond) OHP.5x11 R) (A4R) 19page/min 9. 21 lbs Bond) OHP.5page/min 4.5pag e/min (200x2 00dpi) 18 page/ min (200x20 0dpi) No No Standard Type Long Paper Business Card*1 Mix Paper Feeding Random Paper Feeding Document Weight Document Capacity Type of document that may not be used Color Monochr ome (8.5she et/min Face up Center alignment Sheet through <Single side> Horizontal scanning : 139. the 2nd original drawing sheet. wrinkled / broken / torn document. carbon paper. 13-28 lb Bond <Double side> Regular paper : 50-105g/m2.S.5pag e/min 18 page/ min Single side 600x600dpi 9.5sheet/min 13. document with cut or paste. Tracing paper. document printed with ink ribbon.5sheet/ min 13 page/ min (200x20 0dpi) 7sheet/ min No Face up No No 9 page/ min (200x 200dp i) No No Double side 7.7mm -216mm Vertical scanning : 170mm .5x11R) (8. 3 holes.7mm -216mm Vertical scanning : 139. 50 pages (80g/m2.5pag e/min 9 page/ min 4. 13-28 lb Bond <Double> Not supported Max. 35 pages (80g/m2.5page/min 4.

5'x13. 356 216 Inch System (inch) Min. 14 8_1/2 MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 3 Paper Feeding Section Optional Multi Bypass Main Unit Drawer No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No No No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No No No No Yes No No No .5'x8. Multi Bypass Tray X Y 140 90 Max.5'x14' (Legal) 8.5'x13.5'R (Invoice R) ExecutiveR A4R B5R A5R A6R 16KR Envelope Custom Thin Paper 216x356mm 216x343mm 216x340 mm 216x330 mm 216x279 mm 140x216 mm 184x266 mm 210x297 mm 182x257 mm 148x210 mm 105x148mm 195x270 mm 55-59g/m2 13-16lb bond 60-105g/m2 16-28lb bond Recycled Paper Color Paper Letter Head Pre-Printed Paper Pre-Punched Paper 106-220g/m2 28 lb bond -80 lb Cover 221 g/mor more 81lb Cover or more 75-90g/m2 Plain Paper Paper Type Heavy paper Envelope Transparency Label Tab Paper Glossy Paper User Setting 1-7 Envelope Type Type Monarch Com10 DL C5 Size 98x191 105x241 110x220 162x229 Custom Size AB System (mm) Min.G.4' (Mexican Legal) 8. 5_1/2 3_5/8 Max.5'x13' (Foolscap) 8.5' (Asian Legal) 8. Paper feed section (1) Basic specifications Std: 1-Paper Tray / Multi Bypass Tray Form Max: 2-Paper Tray / Multi Bypass Tray No Heater Tray Paper Capacity Standard paper (80g/m2) Paper Size Detection Paper Size Changing Method Detection of Remaining Paper Tray 1 Bypass Tray 250sheets 50 sheets No Changed by Users Only detects if any paper remains or not (2) Other paper type capacities Paper Type Bypass Tray Envelope OHP Heavy paper Tab Paper Gloss Paper Other Special Paper 10 sheets 10 sheets 20 sheets No 1 sheets 1 sheet (3) Size of paper which can be fed Paper size 8.5'x11'R (Letter R) 5.

5'x13' (Foolscap) 8. Paper exit section (1) Exit Capacity Ejection part Ejection method Paper capacity for ejection Ejectable paper size and weight Shifter function Detection of ejected paper Detection of full ejected paper Center part of the main unit Face-down ejection 150 sheets (for A4R.5'x8. 8.5'x13. 356 216 Inch System (inch) Min.4' (Mexican Legal) 8. Multi Bypass Tray X Y 140 90 Max.5'x14' (Legal) 8. 14 8_1/2 I. 5_1/2 3_5/8 Max.5'x11'R (Letter R) 5.5'x13. Operation panel Form Color Number of display dots LCD driving display area (WxD) LCD Backlight LCD Contrast adjustment Angle/position adjustment LCD with backlight Monochrome 192x73 dots 63 x 65mm White LED No No MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 4 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No Paper Ejection Section Exit Tray Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No .5'R (Invoice R) Executive R A4R B5R A5R A6R 16KR Envelope Custom Thin Paper 216x356mm 216x343mm 216x340 mm 216x330 mm 216x330 mm 216x279 mm 140x216 mm 184x266 mm 210x297 mm 182x257 mm 148x210 mm 105x148mm 195x270 mm 55-59g/m2 13-16lb bond 60-105g/m2 16-28lb bond Recycled Paper Color Paper Letter Head Pre-Printed Paper Pre-Punched Paper 106-220g/m2 28 lb bond -80 lb Cover 106-220g/m2 28 lb bond -80 lb Cover 221 g/m2 or more 81lb Cover or more 75-90g/m2 Plain Paper Paper Type Heavy paper Envelope Transparency Label Tab Paper Glossy Paper User Setting 1-7 Envelope Type Type Monarch Com10 DL C5 Size 98x191 105x241 110x220 162x229 Custom Size AB System (mm) Min.5' (Asian Legal) 8. No No Yes (2) Size of paper which can be discharged Duplex Section Paper size 8.5x11R ) Refer to "Size of paper which can be discharged".5'x13' (Foolscap) 8.H.

0% 64.4 X 10.7 X 10. 11 pages of original.J. 100BaseTX TCP/IP(IPv4.3% 37.0 (Host) USB 2. Color: 600x300dpi (default). 1 set of copy (not including the first copy) * Monochrome: 600x300dpi. System environment Copier memory (Local memory) Printer memory (System Memory) 512MB (Standard) No 1 port Ethernet 10Base-T. 3. First copy time K. Controller board Interface IEEE1284 Parallel L.5x11R.5% 32.6 X 10. Memory/Hard disk Engine E-sort copy capacity Scan Resolu tion Memor y 512MB 600x30 0dpi 600x40 0dpi 600x60 0dpi Monochrome TEST SHEET D Over 50 sheets Over 50 sheets Over 50 sheets Greg’s fruits Over 50 sheets 41 sheets 37 sheets Fax Memory *1 Color TEST SHEET D Over 50 sheets Over 50 sheets Over 50 sheets 29 sec Yes HDD Original Glass SPF RSPF MX-C250 Monochrome Color 10sec 18sec 14sec 22sec - MX-C300 Monochrome Color 10sec 18sec 16sec 25sec B.8 Custom PCL6 No No No CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM No No No No No No No No Custom PCL5c No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Custom PS No No No CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM No No No No No No No No *1: For fax model only *2: Timing is to be determined MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 5 PPD No No No CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM No No No CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM PC-Fax*1 No No No CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM No No No No Web*2 Web*2 Web*2 Web*2 TWAIN No No No CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM No No No No No No No No . collate printing is available for every print files. Warm-up time Main power SW No Warm up time Preheat No No Refer to Memory / Hard disc No Yes 2.0 SP5 or later 2000 XP XPx64 Server 2003 Server 2003x64 Server 2008 Server 2008x64 Vista Vistax64 Windows7 Windows7x64 Windows8 Windows8x64 Server 2012 x64 9 X 10. *1 Fax model only * For Printing. IPv6) Interface USB 2.1 % * It regulates copy speed on combination of the main unit and the document feeder. Printer driver supported OS Windows Mac OS 98 / Me NT 4.2 X 10.3 X 10. * S to S: A4R / 8. Printer function A. Copy functions A.5 X 10.0 (Device) USB authentication acquisition IrSimple I/F Serial I/F (for coin vender) Memory Memory Slot WHQL acquisition Support Protocol 1port 1 port M. Job Speed Greg’s fruits 13 sheets 12 sheets 11 sheets No 8MB No Engine S to S No MX-C250 Monochrome Color 18 cpm 9 cpm MX-C300 Monochrome Color 18 cpm 9 cpm 75.

6 kbps -> 2. Scanner/Fax function (1) A. Number of Support Line Standard Expansion Support Scanner Equivalent to 256 gradations Yes Yes : 5 levels Yes Yes Fax Equivalent to 256 gradations Yes Yes : 5 levels No No Yes No No No N/A Halftone (B&W only) ON/OFF Compression method ( Color / Gray scale ) PDF/A Encrypted PDF Non-compression G3 ( 1dimentional ) = MH ( Modified Huffman ) G4 = MMR (Modified MR) JPEG ( High / Middle / Low ) BK Letter Emphasis 2-Color PDF File format N/A (Monochrome ) Compression method MH / MR / MMR / ( Monochrome ) JBIG File per page ( Setting of the number of pages available ) Yes (1 page to 1 file. one-address only) . Sanner/Fax function E.4kbps Auto-fallback Super G3 / G3 Public switched telephone network (PSTN). private branch exchange (PBX) 1 line Yes Support image Mode Format / Compression method TIFF File format (Mono 2 gradation) Color TIFF Yes File format ( Color / Gray scale ) Scanner C.(G3 ECM) 33. (Super G3 /JBIG) Less than 6sec. * key Speed Dial (quick key) Address Yes No Fax Yes Yes 300 addresses (000299) Yes Yes One-touch key Group dial Yes No Yes USER / ABCD / EFGHI / JKLMN / OPQRST / UVWXYZ) No Yes Redial No Selection from the LDAP server USB memory Scan Chain Dial Yes No Yes No No Yes (by the Pause key) Search Tab MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 6 No No Yes Yes Last destination only.B. Image Quality/Image Process Mode Halftone reproduction Exposure Adjustment Auto Manual Text Text / Photo Original document type (Selectable in Photo manual mode) Magical Scan ( Area division + Suppress Background ) Selection of Image Quality JPEG PDF 1 line Not provided RSPF/OC transmission switching PDF PDF/A Encrypted PDF B. All pages to 1 file) Yes (All page to 1 file) Yes (All page to 1 file) No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Fax (2) Yes No Specification of Addresses Mode Support Scanner Direct input from 10 keypad . # key. All pages to 1 file) Yes (All page to 1 file) No No Yes (1 page to 1 file. number of lines ECM Support the digital line network (Sending level) Fax Less than 2 sec. PDL emulation/Font PCL5c compatible / PDL (command) Font installed European outline font =80 font types CL6 compatible Postscrpt3 compatible Line printer font (BMP) =1 font types European outline font =136 font types 4. Transmission method Mode Transmission Time Modem Speed Intercommunication Communication line Max. Transmission Mode X Compression method ( Mono 2 gradation ) D.

) Number of destinations of broadcast transmission Sequential Broadcast Transmission request Deleting addresses from groups CC/BCC Scanner Fax Yes Yes(100 addresses) Number of group dial are up to 50 addresses Yes(20 addresses) No Yes(100 addresses) No No No No (4) Send function Fax send Yes Yes Yes Yes Job Build Slow Scan Mode Mixed Size Original Original Count (Available to both DF/OC scanning) Edge Erase ( Edge/Edge+Center/ Center/Side) Book Divide Card Shot Time Specified send Own Number Sending Own Number Sending Date Print Own Name sending Own Number sending Printing Page Number at Receiver Suppress Background Blank Page Skip (Available to both DF/OC scanning) Drop Out Color Sharpness Contrast Stamp Watermark Filing Quick File Multi shot Verification Stamp Preview Job divide by recognizing blank pages Dual Page Scan send Combined pages send Divide send by size limit N/A Memory box N/A Fax No No Refer to 4.Mode Support Scanner Destination Confirmation No Program Yes (Registered up to 2) Neo MFP has Program1button and Program 2 button. Fax Yes (Available when broadcasting to destinations including Individuals.9 Memory box/ Polling / F-code Refer to 4. No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No No N/A Yes Yes Yes N/A Yes Yes N/A No N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No No (8) Scanner No No No No No No No No No No No No Fax No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No Receive function Mode Automatic reception Manual reception Switching from manual reception to auto receptio Yes No Yes No No No No No No No No Other Send Functions Mode Auto Reduction Sending Setting Rotation Sending Zoom sending Recall Mode (7) (5) Special Functions of Send function Mode Special Send (Polling / F-code) (6) Yes Mode Memory transmission Speaker Quick online transmission Direct transmission (Switching : Memory transmission <-> Direct transmission) Manual transmission setting Scanner N/A N/A Yes (Registered up to 9) (3) Specification of Multiple Addresses Mode Broadcast Transmission Mode Covers Outbound message Fax Yes Yes Yes Print Functions for Received Data Mode Auto Receive Reduce Setting Fixed size reception Specified size scaled reception Rotated reception Setting of received data print condition (Setting of Print Actual Size or Reduction Print) 2-sided copy reception Multi Shot (2in1) reception Auto Reduction Sending Setting when A3 size is received (for only the places of destination of the fax with the inch system) Auto Reduction Sending Setting when letter size is received (for only the places of destination of the fax with the AB system) Received data bypass output Index printing Body Text Print Select Setting Output tray setting Insert job separators Number of copies of received data Staple setting of received data Color print when empty black toner Foot Print (9) Fax Yes No No No Yes Yes No No Yes No No No No No No No No No Inbound Routing of Received Data Format Destination Auto create settings of PDF for PC Browsing to the HDD of the MFP PDF creation for PC Browsing when storing in the HDD File name setting when inbound routing (Attached TSI information) The sender name is added to the inbounding file name Information about the MFP that transfers the data is added to the transferred data MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 7 PDF SMB No No Yes No No .9 Memory box/ Polling / F-code Error Busy Change of the number of pages for each file Restriction on transmission size Reception Report Transmission result notification Deleting the sending history Keeping address for a certain time after sending Retry mode from the transmission error job list display Scanner No No No Fax No No Yes Only Single feed.

Power consumption The full configuration can be operated with the rated power source. Other List Print Functions Item Duplex print Support Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Broadcast Polling Reception Fax Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes A.1 kW No restriction 3min Overseas 200V 1. Administrator Authority Item Web Setting List Fax Setting List Fax Activity Report Reject Fax Name List Inbound Routing List User List User Information Print Support Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes C. recording width Record size Item Speaker Volume Setting Speaker Volume Setting Speaker Volume Setting Speaker Volume Setting Speaker Volume Setting Speaker Volume Setting Tone Pattern Transmission Complete Sound Time Setting Speaker Volume Setting Tone Pattern Transmission Complete Sound Time Setting Yes No No No No No No No No No 6. Max. Rated Power Energy consumption efficiency Preheat mode transition time Recovery time from Pre-heat mode Sleep mode transition time Recovery time from Sleep mode MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 8 Overseas 100V 1. Printer Scanner Fax (12) Registration-related settings Import/export of VCF format Import of CSV format My address book Cloning Address book Retrieve local address book Fixed mode display Linkage with the PC-Fax address book Import/export of the address book Readout / read-in of data registered in other models Default color mode registration to individual No No No No Yes (Only Fax) No Yes Yes (by the device cloning function) Yes (by the address book conversion utility.5x8.5x11R . User Authority No Fax 216mm A4R . A8. ) No Mode Fax No Memory box Number of item can be registered in the memory box Number of characters can be registered in the memory box Polling Send Fax Polling Security Passcode Number Setting Polling Reception No F-code Sub-address Pass code Polling Memory Send Polling Memory Reception Confidential Send Confidential Reception Relay Broadcast transmission request Relay Broadcast Send No Yes No No No No No No Speaker Volume Setting No Yes Speaker Volume Setting No Yes Speaker Volume Setting No Yes Item SPDL Symbol Set List SPDL Internal Font List PS Font List NIC page Sending Address List Group List Program List Sending Address List Group List Program List Transmission Reservation List Stored Original Check List Support Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Setting List B. 5.15 kW No restriction 3min 10sec 10sec 15min 15min 20sec 20sec .Format Timetable Inbound routing by line type Alternative mode for destination error Easy switching destinations of inbound routing Forward Table PDF No No Yes No 10 tables 5 addresses at one table Address (forward) (10) Other Receive Functions Mode Allowing specified address/domain reception Rejecting specified address / domain reception Allowing reception from specific numbers Rejecting reception from specific numbers Rejecting reception from fax numbers without a TSI value External phone connection remote Time Specified output Reception Check Interval Setting POP3 Communication Timeout Setting Data Forwarding in case of trouble of output Auto wake up print Data Forwarding in case of trouble of output Alternative reception NJR transmission after reception (Notifying PC of reception) (13) Sound settings Mode Speaker Calling Ring tone Line monitor Reception Receive Complete Signal Fax No No No Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes Yes Send/Receive error signal Communication Error Signal Setting of Original Scan Complete Signal Tone 5.5 Scanner No No No No No No No Report/list function (11) Reccord Size Mode Max.

MX-C250 SPF Model 428mmx509mmx3 98mm 640mm MX-C250/ E:27.5kg MX-C300 RSPF Model 428mmx509mmx 421mm 640mm MXC300E:28.7.3kg Ambient conditions Humidity (RH) 85% 60% 20% 10°C 30°C 35°C Temperature MX-C250 SPECIFICATIONS 2 – 9 .3kg MX-C250F/ FE:27. Dimensions and Weight Outer dimensions (WxDxH) Full dimensions of the main unit Weight Main unit (developer and toner cartridge included) 8.1kg MX-C300F/W/ WE:28.

Asia. South America Item Content Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner Cartridge (Color) Develop Cartridge (Black) Develop Cartridge (Color) Toner Cartridge (Black) x1 Toner Cartridge (Color) x1 Develop Cartridge (Black) x1 Develop Cartridge (Color) x1 Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge x1 Life 6k 6k 75K 45K BK : 75K CL : 45K Model name Quantity in collective package MX-C30NT-B MX-C30NT-C/M/Y MX-C30NV-B MX-C30NV-C/M/Y 10 10 10 10 MX-C30DR 10 Remarks Life: A4 5% document Life: A4 5% document 2 B. Philippines Item Content Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner Cartridge (Color) Develop Cartridge (Black) Develop Cartridge (Color) Toner Cartridge (Black) x1 Toner Cartridge (Color) x1 Develop Cartridge (Black) x1 Develop Cartridge (Color) x1 Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge x1 Life 6k 6k 75K 45K BK : 75K CL : 45K Model name Quantity in collective package MX-C30FT-B MX-C30FT-C/M/Y MX-C30FV-B MX-C30FV-C/M/Y 10 10 10 10 MX-C30DR 10 Remarks Life: A4 5% document Life: A4 5% document 2 E. Taiwan. Israel. Eastern Europe  Item Content Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner Cartridge (Color) Develop Cartridge (Black) Develop Cartridge (Color) Toner Cartridge (Black) x1 Toner Cartridge (Color) x1 Develop Cartridge (Black) x1 Develop Cartridge (Color) x1 Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge x1 Life 6k 6k 75K 45K BK : 75K CL : 45K Model name Quantity in collective package MX-C30GT-B MX-C30GT-C/M/Y MX-C30GV-B MX-C30GV-C/M/Y 10 10 10 10 MX-C30DR 10 Remarks Life: A4 5% document Life: A4 5% document 2 C. North America. Supply system table A. Middle America. Korea Item Content Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner Cartridge (Color) Develop Cartridge (Black) Develop Cartridge (Color) Toner Cartridge (Black) x1 Toner Cartridge (Color) x1 Develop Cartridge (Black) x1 Develop Cartridge (Color) x1 Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge x1 Life 6k 6k 75K 45K BK : 75K CL : 45K Model name Quantity in collective package MX-C30GT-B MX-C30GT-C/M/Y MX-C30GV-B MX-C30GV-C/M/Y 10 10 10 10 MX-C30DR 10 Remarks Life: A4 5% document Life: A4 5% document 2 D. Europe. Middle East. Hong Kong Item Content Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner Cartridge (Color) Develop Cartridge (Black) Develop Cartridge (Color) Toner Cartridge (Black) x1 Toner Cartridge (Color) x1 Develop Cartridge (Black) x1 Develop Cartridge (Color) x1 Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge x1 Life 6k 6k 75K 45K BK : 75K CL : 45K Model name Quantity in collective package MX-C30AT-B MX-C30AT-C/M/Y MX-C30AV-B MX-C30AV-C/M/Y 10 10 10 10 MX-C30DR 10 Remarks Life: A4 5% document Life: A4 5% document 2 F. Australia. Africa.2 ‘13/Oct [3] CONSUMABLE PARTS MX-C250 Service Manual 1.China Item Content Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner Cartridge (Color) Develop Cartridge (Black) Develop Cartridge (Color) Toner Cartridge (Black) x1 Toner Cartridge (Color) x1 Develop Cartridge (Black) x1 Develop Cartridge (Color) x1 Drum Cartridge Drum Cartridge x1 Life 6k 6k 75K 45K BK : 75K CL : 45K Model name Quantity in collective package MX-C30CT-B MX-C30CT-C/M/Y MX-C30CV-B MX-C30CV-C/M/Y 10 10 10 10 MX-C30DR 10 MX-C250 CONSUMABLE PARTS 3 – 1 Remarks Life: A4 5% document Life: A4 5% document 2 . New Zealand.

2. Maintenance parts list
A. U.S.A/Canada/South and Central America
Item
Fusing unit
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container

Model name

Content

MX-C30FU
MX-C30U1
MX-C30HB

Fusing unit (Heater lamp 120V)
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container unit

x1
x1
x1

Life

Quantity in
collective package

150K
150K
8K *1

4
1
10

Remarks

Each color A4 5% coverage30% color ratio

B. Europe/East Europe/Russia/Australia/New Zealand
Item
Fusing unit
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container

Model name

Content

MX-C30FU
MX-C30U1
MX-C30HB

Fusing unit (Heater lamp 230V)
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container unit

x1
x1
x1

Life

Quantity in
collective package

150K
150K
8K *1

4
1
10

Life

Quantity in
collective package

150K
150K
8K *1

4
1
10

Life

Quantity in
collective package

150K
150K
8K *1

4
1
10

Remarks

Each color A4 5% coverage30% color ratio

C. Asia/Middle East/Africa
Item
Fusing unit
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container

Model name
MX-C30FU
MX-C30U1
MX-C30HB

Content
Fusing unit (Heater lamp 230V)
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container unit

x1
x1
x1

Remarks

Each color A4 5% coverage30% color ratio

D. Hong Kong
Item
Fusing unit
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container

Model name
MX-C30FU
MX-C30U1
MX-C30HB

Content
Fusing unit (Heater lamp 230V)
Primary transfer unit
Toner collection container unit

x1
x1
x1

Remarks

Each color A4 5% coverage30% color ratio

*1: Life of each color A4 5% coverage30% color ratio conversion value
(The ratio is a rough reference since it differs depending on print contents, paper seizes, kinds of paper, use environment, the number of
continuous prints.)

3. Definition of developer/drum life end
When the developer/drum counter reaches the specified count.
When the developer/drum rpm reaches the specified count.
When either of the above reach the specified count, it is judged as life end.
In an actual case, the ratio of monochrome output and color output may differ greatly.
When data of mixed documents (monochrome and color) are output, monochrome document data may be output in the color mode in order to
prevent against fall in the job efficiency. (ACS auto color selection).
In addition, when correction or warm-up operation is performed as well as output operation, the developer and the drum rotates.
Therefore, the developer/drum consuming level cannot be determined only by the copy/print quantity. When, therefore, the rpm reaches the
specified amount, it is judged as life end.
To check the developer/drum life, use SIM22-01.
Rotations
Total Prints (Std)
Total Prints (Max)

Oversea (Except China)
575k
75k(BK) / 45k(CL)

China
575k
75k(BK) / 45k(CL)
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MX-C250 CONSUMABLE PARTS 3 – 2

4. Production number identification

5. Environmental conditions

A. Toner cartridge

Humidity (RH)

The label indicating the management number is attached to the
bottom of the toner cartridge.

85%
60%

20%
10°C

30°C

35°C

Temperature
Standard environmental
conditions
Usage environmental
conditions
Storage period

: Unit code/Model name
: Color code (Black: BK /Cyan: CY /Magenta: MA /Yellow: YE)

Temperature
20 - 25 degree C
Humidity
65 +/- 5 %RH
Temperature
10 - 35 degree C
Humidity
20 - 85 %RH
Toner/Developer: 24 months from the
manufactured month (Production lot) under
unsealed state
Drum: 36 months from the manufactured month
under unsealed state

* Unsealed state is the state that the drum is not exposed. (The
drum is covered by the black paper in packing state.)

: Destination
: Skating
: Production place
: Production date (YYYYMMDD)
: Serial number
: Version

B. Developing unit

: Unit code/Model name
: Color code (Black: BK /Cyan: CY /Magenta: MA /Yellow: YE)
: Destination
: Skating
: Production place
: Production date (YYYYMMDD)
: Serial number
: Version

MX-C250 CONSUMABLE PARTS 3 – 3

1

‘13/Aug
MX-C250
Service Manual
[4]
EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE

A.External view 

 








 



 



 



No.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Name
Document glass
Power switch
Centre tray extensions
Handles
Centre tray
Tray 1

7

Tray 2 (Option)

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Operation panel
USB 2.0 port (Type A)
Front cover
Side cover handle
Side cover
Bypass tray guides
Bypass tray
Extension phone socket

16
17
18
19

Telephone line socket
USB 2.0 port (Type B)
LAN connector
Bypass tray extension

function/Operation
Place an original that you wish to scan face down here.
Press to turn the machine power on and off.
Flip the extension to the left to eject paper of A4 size or greater.
Used to lift and move the machine. When attaching tray 2, use the handle at the bottom.
Copies and printed pages are output to this tray.
Tray 1 can hold approximately 250 sheets of copy paper (64 g/m2 (20 lbs.)). For restrictions on paper types,
sizes, and weights, refer to "PAPER" (p.16).
Tray 2 can hold approximately 550 sheets of copy paper (64 g/m2 (20 lbs.)). For restrictions on paper types,
sizes, and weights, refer to "PAPER" (p.16).
Contains operation keys and indicator lights.
This is used to connect a USB device such as USB memory to the machine.
Open to remove paper misfeeds or replace the toner cartridge etc.
Pull to open the right side cover.
Open to remove misfed paper.
Adjust to the width of the paper when using the bypass tray.
Special paper (heavy paper or transparency film)
The line from an extension phone can be connected to this socket to use the telephone
function.
When the fax function of the machine is used, the telephone line is connected to this socket.
Connect to your computer to this port to use the printer and scanner functions.
Connect the LAN cable to this connector when the machine is used on a network.
Open this tray when loading paper in the bypass tray.

MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 1

B.Document feeder and document glass 


 



 

 

 




No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Name
Toner cartridge (Y/M/C/Bk)
Document feeder
Toner collection container
Feeding roller cover
Original guides
Original feed tray
Tray extension
Exit area
Fusing unit paper guide
Viewing hole

11

Fusing unit release levers

12
13
14

Roller rotating knob
Paper tray right side cover
Duplex conveyor cover

function/Operation
Contains toner. When the toner runs out in a cartridge, the cartridge of the colour that ran out must be replaced.
Place the original(s) that you wish to scan face up here. Up to 50 sheets can be placed.
This collects excess toner that remains after printing.
Open to remove misfed originals.
Adjust to the size of the originals.
Place original documents for scanning on the original feed tray.
Open this when you scan a long original.
Exit Tray which stacks original scanned documents.
Open to remove misfed paper.
Use the viewing hole (see the illustration at right) to check the position of the original. (Models with the onesided scanning function only)
Push down these levers to release the pressure when removing misfed paper from inside the
fusing area or when feeding an envelope from the bypass tray.
Rotate to remove misfed paper.
Open this to remove a paper misfeed in trays.
Open this cover to remove a misfeed.

MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 2

C.Operation panel (Europe, Asia)
(1)

(20)

(2)

(3) (4)

(5) (6) (7) (8)

(9) (10) (11) (12) (13)

(19)
(15)
(16)

(18)

(22)
(17)
(21)
(23)

(24)

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Name
Display
[FAX] key / indicator
[PROGRAM 1 / PROGRAM 2] key
[SCAN] key / indicator
[ZOOM] key
[COPY] key / indicator
[ID CARD COPY] key
Arrow keys
[OK] key
[EXPOSURE] key
[ENERGY SAVE] key / indicator
[BACK] key
[SPECIAL FUNCTION] key
[C] key
[ADDRESS] key
[DUPLEX] key
[COMM. SETTING] key

18
19
20

[SPEED] key
[FAX STATUS] key
[SPEAKER] key

21
22
23
24

[REDIAL/PAUSE] key
[COLOUR START] key / indicator
[BLACK & WHITE START] key /
indicator
[LOGOUT] key

25
26

Numeric keys
[READ-END] key

27
28
29

[CA] key
[STOP] key
FAX mode indicators
LINE indicator
DATA indicator

30

Printer mode indicators
ONLINE indicator
DATA indicator

(25)

(26) (14) (27) (28)

(29)

(30)

Function/Operation
Shows various messages.
This key is used to select fax mode.
Press to use the program settings of the default scanner.
Press to select scan mode.
Press to select a reduction or enlargement copy ratio.
Press to select copy mode. The toner remaining amount is displayed by holding this key.
Enable ID Card Copy.
Press to move the highlighting (which indicates that an item is selected) in the display.
Press to enter the selected setting.
Use to select the exposure mode.
Press to enter the energy save mode.
Press to return the display to the previous screen.
Press to select special functions.
Press to clear the set number of copies or stop a copy run.
Used to search for address, numbers and other contact information stored for auto dialling.
Select the duplex copying and the duplex scanning mode.
This is used to switch between memory transmission and direct transmission, and to switch between automatic
reception and manual reception. It is also used to enter a space or "-" when entering characters.
This is used to dial by Speed dialling and to enter a symbol when entering characters.
This is used to cancel a fax transmission or a stored fax transmission.
This is used to dial without lifting an extension phone connected to the machine and to shift between upper and
lower case when entering characters.
This is used to redial the last number dialled, and enter a pause when entering a fax number.
Press this key to copy or scan an original in colour. This key cannot be used for fax or Internet fax.
Press this key to copy or scan an original in black and white. This key is also used to send a fax in fax mode.
Press this key to log out after you have logged in and used the machine. When using the fax function, this key
can also be pressed to send tone signals on a pulse dial line.
Enter characters/numbers.
When copying in sort mode from the document glass, press this key when you have finished scanning the original
pages and are ready to start copying.
Clears all selected settings and returns the machine to the default settings.
Press this key to stop a copy job or scanning of an original.
Lights up when a fax is being sent or received.
Blinks when a fax cannot be printed because there is no paper or otherwise. Lights steadily when there is an
unsent fax.
Print data cannot be received when this lamp is lit.
Blinks when print data is being received. Lights steadily during printing.

MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 3

It is also used to enter a space or "-" when entering characters. This key is also used to send a fax in fax mode. This is used to dial by Speed dialling and to enter a symbol when entering characters. Lights steadily when there is an unsent fax. This key cannot be used for fax or Internet fax. Blinks when print data is being received. This is used to switch between memory transmission and direct transmission. press this key when you have finished scanning the original pages and are ready to start copying. Press this key to log out after you have logged in and used the machine. This is used to cancel a fax transmission or a stored fax transmission. When using the fax function. Press to select copy mode. Lights steadily during printing. SETTING] key 18 19 20 [SPEED] key [FAX STATUS] key [SPEAKER] key 21 22 23 24 [REDIAL/PAUSE] key [COLOUR START] key / indicator [BLACK & WHITE START] key / indicator [LOGOUT] key 25 26 Numeric keys [READ-END] key 27 28 29 [CA] key [STOP] key FAX mode indicators LINE indicator DATA indicator Printer mode indicators ONLINE indicator DATA indicator 30 (25) (26) (14) (27) (28) (29) (30) Function/Operation Shows various messages. Press to move the highlighting (which indicates that an item is selected) in the display. Clears all selected settings and returns the machine to the default settings.Operation panel (USA) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (19) (20) (21) (16) (18) (15) (22) (17) (23) (24) No. This is used to redial the last number dialled. Press to use the program settings of the default scanner. Press to clear the set number of copies or stop a copy run. Press to select scan mode. Press to return the display to the previous screen. Lights up when a fax is being sent or received. Blinks when a fax cannot be printed because there is no paper. Select the duplex copying and the duplex scanning mode. Press this key to copy or scan an original in black and white. Used to search for address. Press this key to copy or scan an original in colour. and to switch between automatic reception and manual reception. and enter a pause when entering a fax number. Enable ID Card Copy. Use to select the exposure mode. Print data cannot be received when this lamp is lit. Press to enter the energy save mode. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Name Display [FAX] key / indicator [PROGRAM 1 / PROGRAM 2] key [SCAN] key / indicator [ZOOM] key [COPY] key / indicator [ID CARD COPY] key Arrow keys [OK] key [EXPOSURE] key [ENERGY SAVE] key / indicator [BACK] key [SPECIAL FUNCTION] key [C] key [DUPLEX] key [ADDRESS] key [COMM. this key can also be pressed to send tone signals on a pulse dial line. When copying in sort mode from the document glass.D. This is used to dial without lifting an extension phone connected to the machine and to shift between upper and lower case when entering characters. Enter characters/numbers. The toner remaining amount is displayed by holding this key. Press to select a reduction or enlargement copy ratio. Press to enter the selected setting. This key is used to select fax mode. Press this key to stop a copy job or scanning of an original. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 4 . Press to select special functions. numbers and other contact information stored for auto dialling.

Applies pressure to document and drive roller to transport paper. Apply a pressure to paper and the transport roller to provide the transport power of the transport roller to paper.E. Picks up an original document and transports the lead edge to the Document Feed Roller. (2)Detector 2 No. Picks up a document and feeds it to the document feed roller. 1 Name Function/ Operation 1 2 3 Paper exit pressure roller Paper exit roller Transport pressure roller 4 5 6 7 Transport pressure roller Transport drive roller Pickup roller Document Feed Roller Applies pressure to a document and the paper exit drive roller to transport paper into the exit tray. Transports documents.SPF (1)Roller 7 3 6 2 4 5 No. 1 2 Signal name SPED SPPD1 1 Name Document sensor Paper transport detector 1 Type Light transmission Light transmission Function/Operation Detects document empty Detects paper pass MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 5 . Exit transport drive roller.

F. Registration Drive roller used to perform paper buckle timing and transport paper over the scanner slit glass to the Lower Transport Roller set. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 6 . Pressure (Idle) roller used in conjunction with the drive roller to move paper in the exit section. Paper Exit Drive Roller used to transport paper into the exit tray or move paper in reverse for duplex scanning.RSPF (1)Roller 11 12 5 1 3 6 10 7 8 No. Lower Transport Drive Roller used to transport paper to the exit section or move paper to the upper transport rollers when performing a duplex scan. Lower paper transport pressure (idle) roller used to assist in moving paper with the Drive Roller to the the exit section of the RSPF. Paper Exit Drive Roller used to transport paper into the exit tray or move paper in reverse for duplex scanning. Detects paper pass. Feeds a document to the transport section. 4 9 2 Name Function/ Operation 1 2 Paper exit roller (Idle) Paper exit roller (Drive) 3 4 Paper exit roller (Idle) Paper exit roller (Drive) 5 6 7 Upper transport roller (Idle) Upper transport roller (Drive) PS roller (Idle) 8 PS roller (Drive) 9 Lower transport roller (Idle) 10 Lower transport roller (Drive) 11 12 Paper Pickup Roller Paper feed roller (RSPF) Pressure (Idle) roller used in conjunction with the drive roller to move paper in the exit section. Registration pressure (Idle) roller used to assist PS Drive Roller to transport paper over scanner slit glass and move paper to the Lower Transport roller set. Picks up the top sheet of paper from the original tray and transports it to the Paper Feed Roller. 1 2 3 4 Signal name SCOV SPPD1 SPPD2 SPED 3 4 Name RSPF cover open/close detector Document transport sensor 1 Document transport sensor 2 Document sensor Type Transmission type Transmission type Transmission type Transmission type Function/Operation Detects open/close of the RSPF unit. (2)Detector 1 2 No. Detects paper pass Detects document empty in the RSPF paper feed tray. Pressure Roller used to assist the Drive Roller to transport paper to the PS Roller set. Drive transport Roller used to transport paper to the PS Roller set.

Detects paper empty. Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge. Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge. Detects the toner density (M). (F side) / Detects the CMY toner patch density. Detects the toner density (K). Detects paper full in the paper exit tray. Detects rotation and the phase of the OPC drum (CL). Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge. Detects the scanner home position. Detects the toner density (C). Detector 2 1 23 3 24 21 22 4 16 No. 1 2 3 4 5 Signal name POD1 TFD2 MHPS HUD_M/TH_M MPED 18 14 15 13 11 10 12 19 6 7 PPD2 CPED1 8 REGS_F/PCS_F 9 REGS_R 10 TCS_K Name Fusing paper exit detector Paper exit full detector Scanner home position sensor Temperature/humidity sensor Paper empty detector (Manual paper feed tray) Document transport sensor 2 Paper empty sensor (Paper feed tray 1) Registration sensor F (Image density sensor) Registration sensor R (Image density sensor) Toner sensor (K) 11 12 13 DHPD_K DHPD_CL TCS_C OPC drum rotation sensor (K) OPC drum rotation sensor (CL) Toner sensor (C) Light transmission Light reflection Magnetic sensor 14 TCS_M Toner sensor (M) Magnetic sensor 15 16 TNFD TCS_Y Waste toner full detector Toner sensor (Y) Light transmission Magnetic sensor 17 BD_KC Laser beam sensor (KC) (on BD PWB(BC)) Photo diode 9 17 7 8 6 20 5 Type Light transmission Light transmission Light transmission Temperature/humidity sensor Light transmission Function/Operation Detects paper pass in the fusing section. Detects when waste toner container has become full. (For the process control) Detects paper empty. (Paper feed tray 1) Light reflection Detects color shift. (Manual paper feed tray) Light reflection Light transmission Detects paper pass in front of the resist roller. Detects the temperature and the humidity. Detects the toner density (Y). Detects the timing of the laser beams.Sensor. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 7 . Light reflection Detects the K toner patch density. Detects rotation and the phase of the OPC drum (K). (R side) Magnetic sensor Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge.G.

No.) Detects the temperature in the Ozone duct. Detects the surface temperature at the center section of the fusing roller. (Used for correction of distortion. Detects initialization of the transfer unit. Detects position of the transfer belt. 18 Signal name BD_MY TH_LSU Name Laser beam sensor (MY) (on BD PWB(MY)) LSU thermistor (on LD PWB) 19 Type Thermistor 20 21 TH_P 1TUD_K Ozone duct thermistor Transfer belt separation detector BK Thermistor Light transmission 22 1TUD_CL Transfer belt separation detector CL Light transmission 23 TH_UM Fusing temperature sensor (Main) Non-contact thermistor 24 TH_US Fusing temperature sensor (Sub) Thermistor Photo diode Function/Operation Detects the timing of the laser beams. Detects the surface temperature at the edge section of the fusing roller. Detects the temperature in the LSU. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 8 . Detects position of the transfer belt. Detects initialization of the transfer unit.

the motors. and the LSU laser.H. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 9 . the motors. Opens/closes the power lines of the fusing section. Detects open/close of the front door. Opens/closes the power lines of the fusing section. and the LSU laser. Detects open/close of the right door. Signal name Name Function/Operation 1 MSW Main power switch Seesaw switch 2 DSW_R Right door open/close switch Micro switch 3 DSW_F Front door open/close switch Micro switch Note Turns ON/OFF the main power.Switch 1 2 3 No.

Controls the supply of the BK toner cartridge. Controls the supply of the C toner cartridge. Controls the supply of the M toner cartridge. Controls Up/Down of the paper feed roller of RSPF.1 I. Controls the operation of the paper exit roller when the paper exit roller rotates counter clockwise. Controls ON/OFF of the roller in the paper feed tray 1 section. Controls the operation of the paper exit roller when the paper exit roller rotates clockwise. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 10 . Controls Open/Close of the Process control shutter solenoid. Controls the operation of the roller of the Manual paper feed clutch. 1 2 3 4 5 Signal name TNC_Y TNC_M TNC_C TNC_K PORC Name Toner supply clutch (Y) Toner supply clutch (M) Toner supply clutch (C) Toner supply clutch (BK) Paper exit clutch Type Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch 6 POC Paper exit clutch Electromagnetic clutch 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ADUC CPUC1 RRC MFPC ITURC PCSS SRVC SPUS ADU transport clutch Paper feed clutch (Paper feed tray 1) PS clutch Manual paper feed clutch Primary transfer separation clutch 1 Process control shutter solenoid Paper exit clutch Paper feed roller solenoid Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch Electromagnetic clutch Solenoid Electromagnetic clutch Solenoid Function/Operation Controls the supply of the Y toner cartridge. Controls Up/Down of the paper exit roller of RSPF. Controls ON/OFF of the roller in the ADU section. Controls the primary transfer separation mode. Controls the operation of the PS roller.Clutches and solenoids 2 5 6 4 1 13 14 3 7 10 8 9 11 12 No.

1 Signal name DVM 2 DM 3 FUM 4 5 6 SPFM RSPFM PGM Name Developing drive motor Drum Motor. PM Stepping motor HB Stepping motor DC brush-less motor Scans the laser beams with Stepping Motor Drives the SPF unit. DC brush-less motor Drives the developing/black OPC drum (BK)/transfer section. Drives the CIS unit. Drives the RSPF unit. DC brush-less motor Drives the fusing unit and the paper feed section. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 11 . Drives the polygon mirrors to reflect the twin laser beams per color.J. Transfer Belt Motor.Motors 6 7 5 4 3 2 No. Black OPC Drum Motor Fusing Motor and Paper Feed Motor SPF transport motor RSPF transport motor Polygon motor 7 MIM SCN motor NE 1 Type DC brush-less motor Function/Operation Drives the developing/OPC drum section (CL).

Feeds paper to the paper transport section. Transports paper from the transport roller to the transport roller 5. Paper is buckled between the Pressure (idle) Transport Roller and this roller to correct the paper skew and the relation between images and paper. Apply a pressure to paper and the transport roller to provide the transport power of the Paper pressure (idle) roller to paper. Lower duplex drive transport roller which transports paper to the registration rollers. Applies heat through the roller to the toner on the paper to fuse the toner into the paper. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 12 . Apply a pressure to paper and the paper exit roller to provide the transport power of the Paper pressure (idle) roller to paper. Apply the pressure to the paper feed roller in reverse direction and prevents the paper from feeding it in layered condition. Registration Drive Roller that controls the transport timing of paper and adjusts the relative position between images on the Transfer Belt and the registered paper.Rollers 2 1 3 4 11 10 5 12 13 9 14 No. Transports paper to the Pressure (idle) Transport Roller. / Controls the transport timing of paper and adjusts relative relations between the image and paper. Feeds paper from the cassette to the Registration rollers. Flexible silicone-rubber pressure fusing roller. Apply the pressure to the paper feed roller in reverse direction and prevents the paper from feeding it in layered condition.K. Transports paper to the transfer section. 1 2 Name Paper exit roller (Drive) Paper exit roller (Idle) 3 4 Transport roller 4 (Drive) Transport roller 4 (Idle) 5 6 Transport roller 5 (Drive) Transport roller 5 (Idle) 7 Registration roller (Drive) 8 Registration roller (Idle) 9 10 11 12 13 Paper Feed Roller Fuser heat roller Fusing pressure roller Paper Feed Roller Separation roller 14 Separation roller (Paper feed tray 1) 8 7 6 Function/Operation Drives the roller in the paper exit section.

Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum.(K) Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum. 1 2 3 4 5 Signal name HL_UM DL_K DL_C DL_M DL_Y Name Heater lamp (HL_UM) Discharge lamp(K) Discharge lamp(C) Discharge lamp(M) Discharge lamp(Y) Function/Operation Heats the fusing roller (F).L.(C) Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum.Lamps 5 4 3 1 2 No.(Y) MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 13 .(M) Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum.

MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 14 . Filters the ozone generated from the image process section.Fans and filters 1 4 5 No. Cools the power supply. Cools the LSU. 1 2 3 4 5 Signal name FUFM LSUFM OZFM1 PSFM --- Name Fusing cooling fan LSU cooling fan Ozone fan 1 Power cooling fan motor Ozone Filter 3 2 Function/Operation Cools the fusing section. Absorbs ozone being discharged from the image process unit.M.

PWB 9 10 11 8 15 18 17 16 13 12 6 7 14 5 4 3 1 2 No. Supplies DC and AC Voltage to the machine. Controls image data and machine functionality. MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 15 . Controls the CIS unit and receives the scanning image. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name HV PWB MFPC PWB FAX PWB RINGER PWB FAN I/F PWB FAN I/F PWB AFE PWB KEY-LED PWB LCD PWB AC/DC PWB CIS UN BD PWB(KC) BD PWB(MY) LD PWB LSUcnt PWB Wireless LAN PWB USB CN PWB USB I/F PWB Function/Operation Generates the high voltages for the following components: main charger units.N. the Key for the input and the buzzer are equipped. Controls the two-speed FUFM (Fusing cooling fan). Reads the original image. Controls the LSU. (KC) Detects laser and outputs the synchronous signal. the Key detection. The LED for the machine condition. Controls fax communication. (Only wireless LAN model) Connects Wireless LAN PWB. (Only wireless LAN model) Connects with the USB port on the front of the machine. Generates the signal for calling the external telephone. Connects the network with the wireless connection. primary transfer unit and DV Units. Detects laser and outputs the synchronous signal. (Japan only) Controls the two-speed PSFM (Power cooling fan motor). the LED lighting and the buzzer drive. (MY) Drives the laser diodes and controls the power. Controls the LCD.

Fuses/Thermostats F7002 F7001 F7003 F7004 F7201 1 No 1 Signal name TS UM Signal name F7001 F7002 F7003 F7004 F7201 Name Thermostat Specifications Fusing roller overheat protection Name Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Specifications AC250V 20A AC250V 20A AC250V T4AH AC250V T2AL DC450V 3.O.15A MX-C250 EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 4 – 16 Section Fusing unit Section AC/DC power PWB AC/DC power PWB AC/DC power PWB AC/DC power PWB AC/DC power PWB .

image magnification ratio. off-center adjustment (Print engine) (Manual adjustment) Print engine image distortion adjustment / OPC drum phase adjustment / Color registration adjustment (Print engine section) 1-A 1-B 1-C 2-A 4-A 4-B 4-C 5-A 5-B ADJ6 Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (Manual adjustment) 5-C 6-A 6-B 6-C 6-D ADJ7 Scan image off-center adjustment (Manual adjustment) ADJ8 Copy image position and image loss adjustment (Manual adjustment) 7-A 7-B 8-A 8-B ADJ 9 Color balance/density adjustment 9-A 9-B 9-C 9-D 9-E 9-F 9-G 9-H 9-I 9-J 9-K 9-L 9-M Adjust the main charger grid voltage Adjust the developing bias voltage Transfer voltage adjustment Color image density sensor (image registration sensor F). there is no need to perform all the adjustment items. color balance adjustment for each dither (Automatic adjustment) MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 1 Simulation 8-2 8-1 8-6 44-2 61-4 50-10 50-10/50-1 50-10 50-22 50-20/64-1 50-20 48-1 48-1 48-1 48-1 50-12 50-12/50-6 50-1 50-6 63-3 46-24 46-21 46-1 46-2 46-19 46-32 46-27 46-37 46-23 46-9 26-53 46-54 . General Each adjustment item in the adjustment item list is associated with a specific Job number. the sequence from the smallest to the greatest Job number must be observed. and void area adjustment (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) Copy image position. image loss. black image density sensor (image registration sensor R) adjustment Print image magnification ratio adjustment (main scanning direction) (Print engine) (Manual adjustment) Print image print area adjustment (Print engine) (Manual adjustment) Print image position adjustment (Off-center direction. 2. void area adjustment (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode) Scanner calibration (Scanner calibration) Copy/Printer color balance and density adjustment (Automatic adjustment) (Basic adjustment) Copy color balance and density adjustment (Manual adjustment) Copy / Image send / FAX image quality adjustment (Individual adjustment) Monochrome copy density adjustment (for each monochrome copy mode) (separately for the low-density area and the high-density area) (No need to adjust normally) Automatic monochrome (Copy) mode document density scanning operation (exposure operation) conditions setting (Normally no need to set) Document low density image density reproduction adjustment in the automatic (Copy/Scan/FAX) mode No need to adjust normally) (Background density adjustment in the scanning section) Color copy simple density adjustment Monochrome (Copy/Scan/FAX) mode color document reproduction adjustment (No need to adjust normally) Copy high density image density reproduction setting (Normally unnecessary to the setting change) RSPF mode (Copy/Scan/FAX) density adjustment (No need to adjust normally) Automatic color balance adjustment by the user (Color balance automatic adjustment ENABLE setting and adjustment) Copy gamma. the adjustment would not complete normally or trouble may occur. If the above precaution should be neglected. void area. Even in this case. Adjustment item list Job No ADJ 1 ADJ 2 ADJ 3 ADJ4 ADJ5 Adjustment item list Adjusting high voltage values Image density sensor (image registration sensor) adjustment Image skew adjustment (LSU unit) ADJ 4 Print image position. however. Paper transport direction adjustment) Print engine image distortion adjustment (Manual adjustment) / OPC drum phase adjustment (Automatic adjustment) / color registration adjustment (Automatic adjustment) Print engine image skew (LSU skew) adjustment (Manual adjustment) (No need to adjust normally) Color registration offset adjustment (No need to adjust normally) Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (main scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (sub scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (main scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode)? Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (sub scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode) Scan image off-center adjustment (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) Scan image off-center adjustment (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode) Copy image position.1 ‘13/Aug 2 ‘13/Oct MX-C250 [5] ADJUSTMENTS Service Manual 1. Perform the adjustment procedures in the sequence of Job numbers from the smallest to the greatest. Unnecessary adjustments can be omitted. image loss. However. Perform only the necessary adjustments according to the need.

850 150 .. and press [OK] key. Therefore. the voltage entered in the procedure 3 is outputted for 30sec and the set value is saved. This is a troublesome procedure. 1) Simulation Enter the SIM 8-2 mode. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. the output is stopped.850 MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 2 . This is a troublesome procedure. Since the adjustment value label is attached on the high voltage PWB.850 150 . it is advisable to put down the adjustment value in advance. 3) When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. * U2 trouble has occurred. * U2 trouble has occurred. Since the adjustment value label is attached on the high voltage PWB. Enter the adjustment value of each mode which is specified on the label attached on the high voltage power PWB. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. a judgment of the output must be made by checking the print image quality.850 GBK:XXX GBC:XXX GBM:XXX GBY:XXX Sim08-02 MHV/GRID OUTPUT When the adjustment value (specified value) of the middle speed mode is set.850 150 . 1: MIDDLE 2: LOW NOTE: 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 00 Since the high voltage output cannot be checked with a digital multi meter in this model. the adjustment values of the other modes are automatically set according to the middle speed mode setting in a certain relationship. * When the high voltage power PWB is replaced. 1) Enter the SIM 8-1 mode. Details of adjustment ADJ 1 Adjusting high voltage values 1-A Adjust the main charger grid voltage This adjustment is needed in the following situations: * When the high voltage power PWB is replaced.850 00 2) Enter the adjustment value (specified value) in the middle speed mode. the PWB must be removed in order to check the adjustment value.Job No ADJ10 Adjustment item list Printer color balance/density adjustment 10-A 10-B 10-C ADJ 11 Printer color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) Printer density adjustment (low density part density adjustment) (Normally unnecessary to adjust) Printer high density part density correction setting (high density part tone gap countermeasure) (Normally unnecessary to the setting change) 67-25 67-36 67-34 Fusing paper guide position adjustment 3. 4 Item/Display M_GB_Y 5 L_GB_K 6 L_GB_C 7 L_GB_M 8 L_GB_Y Content Y charging/grid bias set value at middle speed K charging/grid bias set value at low speed C charging/grid bias set value at low speed M charging/grid bias set value at low speed Y charging/grid bias set value at low speed Setting range 150 . and press [OK] key.850 150 . the voltage entered in the procedure 3 is outputted for 30sec and the set value is saved. Item/Display 1 M_GB_K 2 M_GB_C 3 M_GB_M Content K charging/grid bias set value at middle speed C charging/grid bias set value at middle speed M charging/grid bias set value at middle speed Setting range 150 . Enter the adjustment value of each mode which is specified on the label attached on the high voltage power PWB. This adjustment is needed in the following situations: 3) When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. 1-B Adjust the developing bias voltage 2) Enter the adjustment value (specified value) in the middle speed mode. it is advisable to put down the adjustment value in advance. the output is stopped. 150 . Therefore.850 150 . NOTE: Note that the adjustment value may differ depending on the high voltage power PWB. Sim08-01 MHV/GRID OUTPUT 1: MIDDLE 2: LOW 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 NOTE: Note that the adjustment value may differ depending on the high voltage power PWB. the PWB must be removed in order to check the adjustment value.

* U2 trouble has occurred. Sim08-06 THV OUTPUT 1. 1-C Transfer voltage adjustment This adjustment is needed in the following situations: * When the high voltage PWB is replaced.䠖 TC1 2.Item/Display 1 M DVB_K 2 M DVB_C 3 M DVB_M 4 M DVB_Y 5 L DVB_K 6 L DVB_C 7 L DVB_M 8 L DVB_Y Setting range 0-600 Content K developing bias set value at middle speed C developing bias set value at middle speed M developing bias set value at middle speed Y developing bias set value at middle speed K developing bias set value at low speed C developing bias set value at low speed M developing bias set value at low speed Y developing bias set value at low speed 0-600 0-600 0-600 0-600 0-600 0-600 0-600 DVK:XXX DVC:XXX DVM:XXX DVY:XXX When the adjustment value (specified value) of the middle speed mode is set. 1) Enter the SIM 8-6 mode.䠖 TC2 CLEAN 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 010㻌 MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 3 . the adjustment values of the other modes are automatically set according to the middle speed mode setting in a certain relationship.䠖 TC2㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 3. NOTE: Since the high voltage output cannot be checked with a digital multi meter in this model. a judgment of the output must be made by checking the print image quality.

The targets of the adjustment are the color image density sensor (image registration sensor F) and the black image density sensor (image registration sensor R). * Check to confirm that the transfer belt is clean and free from scratches. and press [OK] key. * U2 trouble has occurred. calibration is executed. By setting the default value (specified value). * Check to confirm that the color image density sensor (image registration sensor F) and the black image density sensor (image registration sensor R) are clean. the black image density sensor detects black image density and image registration on rear frame side. check to confirm the following items. * Color image density sensor (image registration sensor F) calibration SIM44-13 * Color image density sensor (Image registration sensor F) calibration value setting (SIM44-61) * Black image density sensor (image registration sensor R) calibration SIM44-2 NOTE: Low speed mode Middle speed mode Low speed mode Middle speed mode Low speed mode Middle speed mode Front surface mode Back surface mode Front surface mode Back surface mode Front surface mode Back surface mode Front surface mode Back surface mode Adjustment range 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 The color image density sensor detects color image density and image registration on front frame side. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 4 . That is. the voltage entered in the procedure 3 is outputted for 30sec and the set value is saved. There are following adjustment methods. Therefore. the specified output is provided. * Check to confirm that the image density sensor calibration plate is clean. * When the color image density sensor (image registration sensor F) is replaced. the absolute detection level differs in each machine. To correct this. the output is stopped. Item/Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 TC1 TC2 TC2 CLEA N T1 LO CL K T1 MI CL K T1 LO CL CMY T1 MI CL CMY T1 LO BW K T1 MI BW K T2 PLN CL S T2 PLN CL D T2 PLN BW S T2 PLN BW D T2 HEV1 CL S T2 HEV1 CL D T2 HEV1 BW S T2 HEV1 BW D T2 OHP CL T2 OHP BW T2 ENV CL T2 ENV BW T2 THIN CL T2 THIN BW T2 GLOS CL T2 GLOS BW T2 MNS CLEAN T2 PLS CLEAN T2 COUNTER T2 BTWN LO T2 BTWN MI Content K Color mode Primary transfer bias adjustment value CMY Black/White mode Color mode Black/White mode Color mode Secondary transfer bias adjustment value Secondary transfer cleaning bias adjustment value Black/White mode K Standard paper mode Heavy paper mode Color mode OHP Black/White mode Color mode Envelope Black/White mode Color mode Thin paper Black/White mode Color mode Gloss paper Black/White mode Cleaning mode (-) Cleaning mode (+) Counter (+) Low speed print mode (+) Middle speed print mode (+) ADJ 2 Image density sensor (image registration sensor) adjustment There are some parts variations in the image density sensor section.2) Select an item to be adjusted. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. * When the image registration sensor unit is replace. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. This adjustment is needed in the following situations: Default value 95 146 139 186 95 146 103 96 90 83 83 76 76 69 69 69 69 69 96 90 83 76 59 119 119 0 0 Before executing this adjustment. Enter the adjustment value (specified value). two functions is assigned to each one sensor.

black image density sensor (image registration sensor R) adjustment NOTE: This adjustment executes automatically at the outset of registration adjustment operation and process control operation as well as SIM44-2. (Required depending on the cases. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Sim44-02 PROCON GAIN ADJ 22 23 Press OK Key 24 EXEC REG_F MAX REG_F MIN REG_R MAX REG_R MIN BELTMaximum value of belt base detection level (F side) BELTMinimum value of belt base detection level (F side) BELTMaximum value of belt base detection level (R side) BELTMinimum value of belt base detection level (R side) REG_FPatch detection level F for check (K) PATCH(K) REG_FPatch detection level F for check (C) PATCH(C) REG_FPatch detection level F for check (M) PATCH(M) REG_FPatch detection level F for check (Y) PATCH(Y) REG_RPatch detection level R for check (K) PATCH(K) REG_RPatch detection level R for check C PATCH(C) REG_RPatch detection level R for check (M) PATCH(M) REG_RPatch detection level R for check (Y) PATCH(Y) If the adjustment is not completed normally. No Display/Item Content 1 P_F_CL_ka F side image sensor adjustment value 2 P_F LED ADJ 3 P_R LED ADJ 4 P_F_CL_DARK F side image sensor light emitting quantity adjustment value R side image sensor light emitting quantity adjustment value F side Dark voltage of color 5 P_F DARK F side Dark voltage of sensor 6 P_R DARK R side Dark voltage of sensor 7 P_F GRND 8 P_F BELT MIN 10 P_R GRND . "ERROR" is displayed.Transfer belt (dirt. * When the primary transfer unit is replaced. * When the LSU unit is removed from the main unit. Sim44-02 PROCON GAIN ADJ P_F_CL_ka P_F_LED_ADJ P_R_LED_ADJ P_F_CL_DARK 2) 1/6 When an error occurs. * When the LSU unit is replaced. It is performed only when the sensor is replaced or when the adjustment result is checked. the black image density sensor (image registration sensor R) are automatically adjusted. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 5 .) * When there is an uneven density area or a difference in color balance in the main scanning direction (back and forth). check the following sections for any abnormality.Color image sensor calibration plate If any abnormality is found. OK/START Error display CL_SEN_ADJ_ERR Sim44-02 PROCON GAIN ADJ BK_SEN_ADJ_ERR P_F_CL_ka EXEC P_F_GRND P_R_GRND REG_F_LED_ADJ REG_R_LED_ADJ REG_F_GRND REG_R_GRND Adjustment is finished.Transfer belt cleaner . * When a color image registration mistake occurs. * When the color phase is not matched by the color balance adjustment. 1) Enter SIM44-2 mode.Color image density sensor (image registration sensor F) . the adjustment result is displayed and [EXECUTE] key returns to the normal display. * When the OPC drum drive unit is replaced. the adjustment result is not revised. repair and adjust again. it is not required to perform this adjustment.MFP PWB Press [START] key. therefore. Normally. The image skew adjustment (LSU unit) is performed by changing the parallelism of the LSU unit scan laser beams for the OPC drum. ADJ 3 Image skew adjustment (LSU unit) This adjustment is needed in the following situations: * When the color shift occurs.2-A Color image density sensor (image registration sensor F).Black image density sensor (image registration sensor R) . 348 37 36 8 . After completion of the adjustment. scratch) . The color image density sensor (image registration sensor F). If an error occurs. Belt base detection level when completion of Item D adjustment P_F BELT MAX Maximum value of belt base detection level 9 Error content Color image sensor adjustment abnormality Black image density sensor adjustment abnormality F side image sensor adjustment abnormality Belt base detection level when completion of Item F adjustment abnormality Belt base detection level when completion of Item R adjustment abnormality Registration sensor F adjustment abnormality Registration sensor R adjustment abnormality Belt base detection level (F side) abnormality Belt base detection level (R side) abnormality Minimum value of belt base detection level 11 Belt base detection level when completion of Item F adjustment P_R BELT MAX Maximum value of belt base detection level 12 P_R BELT MIN Minimum value of belt base detection level * When the unit is installed or when the installing site is changed.

3) Put down the displayed skew level value. * When "-" is displayed in front of “SKEW_*”. NOTE: The K (Black) image skew level cannot be checked with SIM50-22. The black (K) image skew. however. perform the following procedures in advance for better efficiency of the adjustment. and check that they are proper. turn the skew adjustment screw (LSU) clockwise by the value (angle). 1) In the SIM50-22 mode. must be properly adjusted for that. check to insure the following conditions. density and skew check Make a copy of the servicing color test chart (UKOG0326FCZZ/UKOG-0326FC11) by folding the chart in half..NOTE: Before execution of the this adjustment. [Check with the servicing color test chart (UKOG-0326FCZZ/ UKOG-0326FC11)] In the copy color balance check with the servicing color test chart. Procedure 1 (1)Copy color balance. 2) The current skew level is displayed on the SKEW display menu. (Meaning of the skew level value) * When nothing is displayed in front of “SKEW_*”. turn the skew adjustment screw (LSU) counterclockwise by the value (angle). MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 6 . select ALL mode to perform the automatic image registration adjustment.

c) The resolution of 5. d) The color difference in gray balance between the F and the R sides is not so great. g) The background density is not so light. Color copy check items (Check to confirm the following:) When using the servicing color test chart. f) Color texts are clearly reproduced. a) There are 8 void areas. e) There are no white and black streaks. b) Registrations (one point for the main scanning. fold or separate the chart.a.0 can be seen. and one point for the sub scanning) are not shifted. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 7 .

MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 8 . d) There are no white and black streaks. fold or separate the chart. b) The resolution of 4. c) The density difference between the F and the R sides is not so great. e) The background density is not so light.b. a) There are 8 void areas. Monochrome copy check items (Check to confirm the following:) When using the servicing color test chart. f) The black low-density gradation is copied slightly.0 can be seen.

If the printing result has skew areas. M. . 5) Remove the paper tray. Y M C B A 6) Fix the paper tray. . turn the LSU skew adjustment screw of the corresponding color to adjust. Image registration adjustment is done automatically and SKEW _C. The check pattern is printed out. this is the end of the procedure. 7) Repeat the procedures 2) to 4) again. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 9 . SKEW_C : +/-30.5") paper in it. SKEW_C : +/-20 Procedure 2 1) Enter SIM61-4 mode. Execute SIM50-22 to check to confirm that C. Y M C B A Y M C B A 8) When the adjustment is made by turning the LSU skew adjust ment screw of K. and check to confirm that C. M. 6) If there are several skewed areas on the test printing result. SKEW_M : +/-40. 4)Remove the paper tray. . and Y (SKEW) result in "OK" being displayed on the operation panel. Sim61-04 LSU POSITION ADJ 1䠖 MULTI COUNT 2䠖 PAPER 㻌㻌㻌㻌 1㻌 2 [ 1 – 999] 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 10 2) Select the tray with A4 (11" x 8. and Y (SKEW) result in "OK" being displayed on the operation panel. SKEW_C : +/-20 Y M C B A 7) Fix the paper tray. M. SKEW_C : +/-30. Skew adjustment does not need to be done. the states of C. turn the LSU skew adjustment screws clockwise direction (a) or counterclockwise direction (b). 5) If there are several skewed areas on the test printing result. SKEW_M : +/-40. turn the LSU skew adjustment screws clockwise direction (a) or counterclockwise direction (b). turn all the LSU skew adjustment screws shown in the figure * To make "SKEW_*" values in the following ranges. and Y (SKEW) result in "OK" being displayed on the operation panel.4) If the printing result has no skew part. If any of them is NG. 3) Press [EXECUTE] key. Y value is displayed. M. If any of them is NG. M and Y (SKEW) are changed. turn the LSU skew adjustment screw of the corresponding color to adjust. turn all the LSU skew adjustment screws shown in the figure * To make "SKEW_*" values in the following ranges. proceed to the next step. and check to confirm that C. 8) Repeat the procedures 2) to 4) again.

9) If there are several skewed areas on the test printing result. In each Y/M/C color print pattern printed separately in the F side and in the R side. use the black scale of "0" as the center reference. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 10 . SKEW_C : +/-20 Y M C B A 10) Enter the SIM61-4 mode and perform the procedures of 2) . and check the balance in shifts of the color image line positions in the positive and the negative directions. SKEW_M : +/-40. Rough adjustment pattern check: Check the sub scan rough adjustment color image shift check section on the R side and the F side of each color. SKEW_C : +/-30. The balance in the R side must be the same as that in the F side.3). turn all the LSU skew adjustment screws shown in the figure * To make "SKEW_*" values in the following ranges. note the same print color pattern and check to confirm that the front frame side and the rear frame side are in the same condition. Check the printed color image skew pattern. turn the LSU skew adjustment screws clockwise direction (a) or counterclockwise direction (b).

2㸸 MAIN-MFT Check that the difference in the center position of the dark density section is within +/. * When the void amount is changed by the maintenance MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 11 .6) until a satisfactory result is obtained. 3) Select the paper feed tray set in procedure 2) with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. execute this adjustment. Change the set value of set item A. Fine adjustment pattern check: Check the square frames on the R side and the F side of each color. 6) Only when the manual adjustment is required.0. image magnification ratio. the BK image magnification ratio in the main scanning direction is decreased.) Check the sub scanning direction position of the center area of high density (one of the above five sections). the BK image magnification ratio in the main scanning direction is increased. If the above condition is not met. * After performing this adjustment.11) until a satisfactory result is obtained. When the set value is decreased. 3㸸 MAIN-CS2 100 50 50 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] The positional relations of the front and the rear frame of the print color patterns of a same color are compared. There is no need that all the colors are in the same state. 1) Enter the SIM 50-10 mode. perform SIM50-22 image registration adjustment. These must be on the same position on the R side and the F side. Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET Relationship between the adjustment screw rotating angle and the change in the adjustment image position: Adjustment screw rotating angle (degree) = amount (Adjustment scale) x10 Image shift 1㸸 BK-MAG 101 2㸸 MAIN-MFT 50 3㸸 MAIN-CS2 50 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] 2) Set A4 (11" x 8. 4) Press [EXECUTE] key.2 step. The check pattern is printed out.1mm. 4-A Print image magnification ratio adjustment (main scanning direction) (Print engine) (Manual adjustment) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the LSU (writing) unit is replaced. Repeat procedures 2) . 1㸸 BK-MAG Visually check the color density and make the darkest section as the center. * When each unit is replaced or fixed. Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET In this case. Paper exit direction ADJ 4 Print image position.7mm. A 140 +/. void area.* When MFP PWB is replaced. do the following: 11) Turn the image skew adjustment screw of the target color to adjust. do the following steps. use the sub scan direction color image shift check scale (fine adjustment) as the reference. When the set value is increased. (Normally five sections of high density can be seen. off-center adjustment (Print engine) (Manual adjustment) If the above requirement is not met. * U2 trouble has occurred.0. 5) Y M C B Measure the length of 14 squares around the center part of the test print and check whether the length is 140 +/. Compare only the positional relations of color patterns of a same color. the dimension is changed by 0.5") paper in the paper feed tray.7mm Repeat procedures 10) . and use it as the read value of the shift amount. When the set value is changed by 1.

* When the registration roller section is disassembled.5mm less than 5. Select an adjustment item of the target paper feed tray among items B N and enter the adjustment value.0mm X(Lead edge) is less than 5. execute the simulation 50-10.99 50 .1 ‘13/Aug 4-B Print image print area adjustment (Print engine) (Manual adjustment) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the LSU is replaced or removed. enter the adjustment value. 4) Check the adjustment pattern to confirm that the items below are in the range of the standard values.99 50 1 .0mm less than 3.5mm ( total of X/Y is less than 8. Y: More than 2. and press [OK] key.0mm less than 3. 1 : Z1+Z2 = 8. * When the paper tray section is disassembled.5") paper to all the paper feed trays.5mm (total of X/Y is less than 8. * When a paper tray is replaced. * When the MFP PWB is replaced. * When the duplex mode paper transport section is disassembled.8. : Z1+Z2 = 8.5mm (total of X/Y is less than 8. Item/Display Content 1 BK-MAG Main scanning printing scale 2 MAINMFT MAINCS1 MAINCS2 MAINADU Printing off center adjustment value (MFT) Printing off center adjustment value (CS1) Printing off center adjustment value (CS2) Printing off center adjustment value (ADU) 3 4 5 MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 12 Setting range 60140 1 .99 65 1 .5mm less than 5. Rear edge void area Z1/ Z2 FRONT/REAR void area 50 50 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] Set A4 (11 x 8.0mm X(Lead edge) is less than 5.0mm or less X: More than 4. If the above condition is not satisfied. Then select item "10" to select the paper feed tray which is to be used for executing test printing. Feed paper from all the paper feed trays to confirm. 5) Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET 1㸸 BK-MAG Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET 100 2㸸 MAIN-MFT 1㸸 BK-MAG 50 3㸸 MAIN-CS2 3㸸 MAIN-CS2 1㸸 BK-MAG 1㸸 BK-MAG 50 3㸸 MAIN-CS2 3㸸 MAIN-CS2 3) Press [PRINT] key.5mm) More than 2.5mm (total of X/Y is less than 8. Y 101 2㸸 MAIN-MFT 50 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] X 50 Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET 101 2㸸 MAIN-MFT 1 50 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET Content Lead edge void area 100 2㸸 MAIN-MFT 50 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] 2) Enter the SIM 50-10 mode. or if it is set to a desired condition. 1) Enter the SIM 50-10 mode. Before execution of this adjustment. be sure to execute the print image magnification ratio adjustment (ADJ 4A) (main scanning direction) (print engine) (manual adjustment).0mm 6) Select an adjustment item with the [UP] and [DOWN] key.0mm) Paper exit direction * When the manual feed tray is disassembled. Standard adjustment value More than 4.0mm or less * U2 trouble has occurred.5mm) * When the manual feed tray is replaced. The adjustment pattern is printed.0mm) total of less than +/.99 Default value 100 65 1 .

3) Check that the adjustment pattern image is printed in the correct position. * The print image magnification ration adjustment (ADJ 5A) (main scanning direction) (Print engine) (Manual adjustment) has been properly adjusted. 2) Put the servicing color test chart (UKOG-0326FCZZ/UKOG0326FC11) on the document glass.0mm That is. adjustment value of item (DENB-XXX) fine adjusts to adjustment item (DENB) for each paper tray. perform procedures 1) . Then.6) until the conditions of procedure 5) are satisfied. The adjustment pattern is printed.0 +/. the adjustment pattern is printed. Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET 1䠖 BK-MAG 2䠖 MAIN-MFT 3䠖 MAIN-CS2 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] The adjustment value and the actual void area are related as follows: Adjustment value/10 = shift amount 100㻌 50 50 㻌㻌 100 Repeat the above procedures until a satisfactory result is obtained.2. Default value 60 When the adjustment value is increased.0 +/. Sim50-10 PAPER OFFSET * When a paper tray is replaced. Select the target paper feed tray (MAIN-XX) with the [UP] and [DOWN] keys. the shift distance is changed by about 0. * When the manual feed tray is replaced. check to insure the following item. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 13 . 101㻌 50 50 㻌㻌 101 * When the duplex mode paper transport section is disassembled. and check that all the following conditions are satisfied. Display/Item NO Before execution of this adjustment. * When the registration roller section is disassembled. 4) Enter SIM 50-10 mode. change the adjustment value of item (RRCB-XXX) in SIM 50-1.99 60 50 ADU 1 .99 50 Content Registration moto ON timig adjustment Measure the dimension of the void area shown in the figure in the off-center and the paper transport direction of the adjustment pattern. the adjustment pattern is shifted to the front frame side. the void area is increased.0mm The adjustment item (DENB) have a effect on the paper of all paper feed tray. the void area is decreased. the adjustment pattern is shifted to the rear frame side. When the adjustment value is decreased. * When the manual feed tray is disassembled. do the following steps. * When the MFP PWB is replaced.1mm.5") paper in the paper feed tray selected .4) to check that the void area is within the specified range. if the lead edge void area is not within the specified range. When the amount of the rear edge void is different between each paper feed tray. When the adjustment value is increased.0mm Paper transport direction = 2.99 1 .99 CS1 DSK 1 .2. change the adjustment value of item (DENB-XXX) in SIM50-1 and adjust. After execution of the above. Enter the adjustment value and press the [OK] key . Though the lead edge void area adjustment value is proper. When the adjustment value is changed by 1.4. 6) Content Not select Setting range 1 Change the adjustment value. Off-center direction + Paper transport direction +/. When the set value is changed by 1.1mm. the void area is changed by 0. * When the paper tray section is disassembled. 1) Set A4 (11" x 8.Item/Display 6 7 8 9 SUBMFT SUB-CS1 SUBDSK SUBADU MFT Setting range 1 . Paper transport direction adjustment) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the LSU is replaced or removed. If the above requirement is not met. 5) * U2 trouble has occurred. Repeat procedures 3) . 1䠖 BK-MAG 2䠖 MAIN-MFT 3䠖 MAIN-CS2 1 / 3 [ 60/ 140] * When ADJ 2 Print engine image magnification ratio adjustment (Main scanning direction) is performed. Off-center direction = 2. When [OK] key is pressed. When it is decreased. press [EXECUTE] key. 4-C Print image position adjustment (Off-center direction.

* When the unit is installed or when the installing place is changed. and change the gear unit position in the front/rear frame direction. perform the following procedure.) at the center section of the lift plate of the paper feed tray. (Replacement of the OPC drum. the transfer belt. Repeat the adjustment procedures from 4). and the color registration adjustment simultaneously.0 00.1999 MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 14 .0 00.0 * When the OPC drum drive section is disassembled. and the value of the adjustment result is displayed. * When the MFP PWB is replaced. etc. the transfer unit. Sim50-22 AUTO REGIST ADJ㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 (1/7) Sim50-22 AUTO REGIST ADJ㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 (7/7) SKEW_K SKEW_C SKEW_C(DIF) SKEW_M REGIST_MAIN_Y_R(DIF) PHASE PHASE before 00.0 REGIST_MAIN_C_F(DIF) 00. execute this adjustment.0 ADJ 5 Print engine image distortion adjustment / OPC drum phase adjustment / Color registration adjustment (Print engine section) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: 2) [EXECUTE] is highlighted and the image registration automatic adjustment is started. * When the color phase is not proper even after execution of the color balance adjustment.0 00. * U2 trouble has occurred. Sim50-22 AUTO REGIST ADJ Press OK Key EXEC Sim50-22 AUTO REGIST ADJ EXEC Only when the manual adjustment is required.In case a satisfactory result cannot be obtained by repeating the above procedures. (when it is removed from the machine) * When the developing unit or the OPC drum unit is removed from the machine. Press [OK] key. [EXECUTE] returns to the normal display.9 .) * When the color shift occurs. * When maintenance work is performed.999 SKEW_C(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 .0 00. the OPC cartridge. the OPC drum phase adjustment.9 SKEW_C Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) -999 . Sim50-22 AUTO REGIST ADJ㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 (1/6) REGIST_SUB_C 00. When the adjustment is completed. 7) Loosen the paper feed tray off-center adjustment screws (2 pcs. 3) * When the LSU is removed from the main unit. * When the primary transfer unit is replaced. 1) Enter SIM50-22 mode. 5-A Print engine image distortion adjustment (Manual adjustment) / OPC drum phase adjustment (Automatic adjustment) / Color registration adjustment (Automatic adjustment) This adjustment performs the print engine image distortion adjustment. The current skew level for each color is displayed on the SKEW display section.0 00.0 00. (It takes about 15 sec to complete the adjustment.) * When [ADJ 6A] Print engine image magnification ratio adjustment (BK) (main scanning direction) is performed.0 REGIST_SUB_C(DIF) 00.0 REGIST_MAIN_C_F 00. Display/Item Content Display SKEW_K Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) -99.99. * When the LSU is replaced.

0 REGIST_SUB_ M(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta drum to Black drum) -199.9 .0 REGIST_MAIN_ M_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta laser writing position F side) -199.0 REGIST_SUB_ C(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan drum to Black drum) -199.9 . and the rear side.9 REGISTMAIN_ C_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Cyan laser writing position R side) 10 . MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 15 .Display/Item Content Display 4) Write down the displayed skew level.0 . If the printing result has no skew area. SKEW_M Print skew amount calculation result (Magenta) -999 .9 REGISTMAIN_ C_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Cyan laser writing position F side) 1.) REGIST_MAIN_ Y_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow laser writing position R side) -1999 .199.199. and turn the skew adjustment screw from the bottom of the main unit.0 .0 .1999 REGIST_SUB_ C Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Cyan drum -> Black drum) 1. SKEW_M : +/-40.199. remove the paper tray.1990 REGIST_MAIN_ M_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta laser writing position R side) REGIST_SUB_ Y Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Yellow drum -> Black drum) 1. turn all the LSU skew adjustment screws shown in the figure to adjust. For the adjustment. the adjustment is finished.199.1999 REGIST_SUB_ M Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Magenta drum -> Black drum) 1. (Refer to ADJ 5C.999 SKEW_M(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Magenta) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 .199.359 PHASE before OPC drum phase adjustment value (BK to CL) 0 .0 .0 . the adjustment needs not to be done. SKEW_C : +/-30. the adjustment may be properly executed by setting the adjustment items A .9 In this case.359 -1999 . M and Y (SKEW) are changed.1999 PHASE OPC drum phase adjustment value (BK to CL) 0 .999 SKEW_Y(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Yellow) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 . the color shift offset adjustment can improve it. the front side.0 .199.1999 SKEW_Y Print skew amount calculation result (Yellow) -999 . * ADJ 5B Image skew adjustment (Manual adjustment) (SIM50-20) * ADJ 5C Color registration offset adjustment (SIM50-20) Normally there is a difference in color shift in several dots.I of SIM50-20 to "100" and executing the automatic adjustment again.199.9 . REGIST_MAIN_ Y_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Yellow laser writing position R side) 1. etc.9 REGIST_MAIN_ Y_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Yellow laser writing position F side) 1.9 .1990 REGISTMAIN_ C_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan laser writing position R side) -1999 . and Y (SKEW) are OK. Execute SIM50-22 to check to confirm that C. SKEW_C : +/-20 5) If there are several skewed areas on the test printing result. the states of C.9 . and perform the procedures 2) to 4).0 . turn the LSU skew adjustment screws clockwise direction (a) or counterclockwise direction (b).1999 Repeat the procedures 2) to 5) until the printing result has no skew area.0 REGISTMAIN_ C_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan laser writing position F side) -199.0 When the color registration is greatly shifted due to replacement of the LSU. When "SKEW_*" values are in the following ranges.199.199.9 .199. Perform the adjustment only when the adjustment is required.199. if SIM50-22 is used to perform the color registration automatic adjustment. The adjustment result can be checked by the following manual adjustment mode.0 REGIST_SUB_ Y(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow drum -> Black drum) -199.9 REGIST_MAIN_ M_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Magenta laser writing position R side) 10 . * To make "SKEW_*" values in the following ranges. REGIST_MAIN_ Y_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow laser writing position F side) -199. an error may occur.0 If color shift in an actual print image differs in the center.199.9 REGIST_MAIN_ M_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Magenta laser writing position F side) 1.199. M. Y M C B A When the adjustment is made by turning the LSU skew adjustment screw of K.

5 rotations Repeat the procedures 2) to 6). There are following two methods of checking the black image for any skew (right angle).5mm or less.5") paper to the long side of the rectangle print pattern. remove the waste toner box. there is no need to adjust.5 rotations In case of the method 2.5mm/about 1. After completion of the black image skew adjustment. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 16 . remove the front cover and the waste toner box. Method 1 Measure the distances between opposing corners of the rectangle print pattern. 7) Check the printed color image for any skew. 0. the right angle of paper to be used may not be exact.D = 0. perform the following procedure. there is no need to perform the adjustment. and compare the two distances to check the squareness. 3) The image skew (image registration) adjustment pattern is printed. 2) Select the paper feed tray with A4(11"x8.5") paper sides. If the above condition is not satisfied. Calculate the difference between the measured lengths C and D of the diagonal lines. Method 2 Fit the side of A4(11"x8. and turn the skew adjustment screw. (Skew adjustment screw rotation direction) When C is greater than D in the method 1 or there is some skew in the direction A in the method 2.5") paper in it. turn the screw counterclockwise. This adjustment is made by changing the parallelism of the LSU unit scan laser beams for the OPC drum. Check to insure that the difference between C and D is in the following range. If the above distance is 0. When C is smaller than D in the method 1 or there is some skew in the direction B in the method 2. 6) Perform the same procedures as 1) and 2). and press [START] key. Be sure to check the right angle of paper to be used in advance. turn the screw clockwise. 1) Enter the SIM 50-20 or 64-01 mode. 0.5-B Print engine image skew (LSU skew) adjustment (Manual adjustment) (No need to adjust normally) 5) Open the front cover. there is no need to adjust. If a more accurate adjustment than the automatic adjustment ADJ 5A is required. go to the procedure 7).8mm If the difference between C and D is in the above range. Measure the slant (skew) of the vertical side for the horizontal side of paper as shown in the figure. use this method of adjustment. Y M C B A Method 2 Check the squareness of the vertical and horizontal sides of the rectangle print pattern by using A4(11"x8.8mm/about 1. 4) Check the printed black image for any skew. Use the four cross points printed in black to measure the squareness. (Reference of the rotation amount of the skew adjustment screw) In case of the method 1. If the difference between the shift amounts on the F and R sides is within +/. C . In the case of Method 2. For the adjustment.1 scale of the fine adjustment check scale. Measure the skew amount from the print patterns on the front and rear sides of each color. Method 1 Measure the length of the diagonal lines of the rectangle print pattern. and turn the four LSU image skew adjustment screws in the same direction by the same amount.

and reflected when the automatic registration adjustment is executed. check to confirm that the following adjustment has been properly made. performing the adjustment efficiently. Rough adjustment pattern check: Check the sub scan rough adjustment color image shift check section on the R side and the F side of each color. If the above condition is not satisfied. The balance in the R side must be the same as that in the F side. There are following two kinds of registration adjustment values. this adjustment may improve it. 2) Select the paper feed tray with A4(11"x8. This adjustment cannot eliminate color shifts in all the areas. .5") paper in it. note the same print color pattern and check to confirm that the F side and the R side look identical. the R side. Check that the difference in the center position of the dark density section is within +/-1 step. * ADJ 5A or ADJ 5B image skew adjustment (LSU unit) [Kinds of adjustment values] In each Y/M/C color print pattern printed separately in the F side and in the R side. The vertical direction in the above figure is that in the main scanning direction. 4) Check the color image registration. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 17 . Also check to confirm that there is not much shift in each color image registration check pattern. (Skew adjustment screw rotation direction) When the F side is skewed to the right side for R side: Turn the screw clockwise. . There are 6 color image registration patterns in total. two on each of the F side. use this color registration offset adjustment to correct color shift partially. The color image registration check pattern is printed. These must be on the same position on the R side and the F side. Repeat the procedures 7) to 8) until a satisfactory result is obtained. Compare only the positional relations of color patterns of a same color.) Check the sub scanning direction position of the center area of high density (one of the above five sections). The positional relations of the front and the rear frame of the print color patterns of a same color are compared. A-main B-main If there is any difference in color phase at the center and the four corners of an actual print image. and are not changed unless SIM50-20 is executed to change. (Reference of the rotation amount of the skew adjustment screw) Skew of difference by one step between F and R sides (Difference by one scale of the fine adjustment check scale) / Turn for about 2 clicks.Base registration adjustment value: XXX(FRONT)/XXX(REAR) They are manual adjustment values and automatic adjustment values.Color image shift check scale (Fine adjustment) C (Image shift fine adjustment reference frame) B-sub 5-C Color registration offset adjustment (No need to adjust normally) This adjustment is used to set the offset value for the automatic color registration adjustment (ADJ 5A). A-sub A-main: Main scan rough adjustment pattern A-sub: Sub scan rough adjustment pattern B-main: Main scan fine adjustment scale B-sub: Sub scan fine adjustment scale C: Main scan sub scan fine adjustment pattern Color image shift check section (Rough adjustment) Before execution of this adjustment. (Normally five sections of high density can be seen. Visually check the color density and make the darkest section as the center. Check all the patterns to confirm that they are within the specified range. perform the following procedure.Offset adjustment values: OFFSETXXF/OFFSETXXR They are the offset adjustment values added to the above base registration adjustment values. this adjustment may improve it effectively. After the automatic adjustment. and check the balance in shifts of the color image line positions in the positive and the negative directions. It varies for every operation of the automatic registration adjustment. When the F side is skewed to the left side for the R side: Turn the screw counterclockwise. Especially when there is any color shift at the center area. use the sub scan direction color image shift check scale (fine adjustment) as the reference. use the center position of the black scale as the reference. but average the overall color shifts. There are two kinds of adjustment: one in the main scanning direction and the other in the sub scanning direction. 8) Turn the LSU skew adjustment screw of the adjustment target color to adjust. In this case. 3) Press [OK] key. and use it as the read value of the shift amount. Fine adjustment pattern check: Check the square frames on the R side and the F side of each color. 1) Enter SIM50-20 mode. There is no need that all the colors are in the same state. and the horizontal direction is that in the sub scanning direction. and the center.

There are also two kinds of adjustments: the rough adjustment and the fine adjustment. If shift is in the arrow mark X2 and Y2. (Reference adjustment value) 1 scale/10 (When the set value is changed by 10. X2 X1 Color image shift check scale (Fine adjustment) C (Image shift fine adjustment reference frame) B-sub Select an adjustment item (OFF SET X F / OFF SET X R / OFF SET X S). Display/Item Content Display SKEW_K Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) -99. If there is a difference in the sub scanning direction image registration between the F and R sides.199.9 SKEW_C Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) -999 . If shift is in the arrow mark X2 and Y2. OFF SET X F: F side main scanning direction registration offset set value (The color shift on the F side and at the center area is changed.1999 REGIST_SUB_ C Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Cyan drum -> Black drum) 1. decrease the adjustment value. the R aide and at the center are of the same level. the offset on the F side. the color shift on the F side and that on the R side are automatically adjusted to be smaller than that on the center area. the color at the center area will be affected. If shift is in the arrow mark X1 and Y1.9 .1999 SKEW_Y Print skew amount calculation result (Yellow) -999 .199. REGISTMAIN_ C_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan laser writing position R side) -1999 . and check that the color image line is symmetrical in the positive side and the negative side.) MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 18 . use the center position of the black scale as the reference. 1 scale/1 (When the set value is changed by 1. the R side. Visually check and consider the darkest section of color density as the center.) OFF SET X D: R side main scanning direction registration offset set value (The color shift on the R side and at the center area is changed.1 for the fine adjustment reference pattern scale. (If the fine adjustment print pattern is in the range of 0 +/. and measure the shift from it.199.) For the main scan direction image registration.199. How to check the rough adjustment pattern and input of the adjustment value: To adjust with the center area most focused.) How to check the fine adjustment pattern and input of the adjustment value: Check to confirm that the darkest spot (one of 5 spots seen normally) is within the center area of the image registration adjustment reference frame in the square frame. and at the center is independently adjusted. adjust so that the color shift at the center becomes smaller than that on the F side and the R side. shift is made by 1 scale. adjust so that the color shifts on the F side. decrease the adjustment value. Consider this when executing the adjustment.999 SKEW_M(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Magenta) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 . shift is made by 1 scale.999 SKEW_Y(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Yellow) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 . use the color image registration check scale (fine adjustment) as the reference. there is no need to adjust.) B-main A-main When the adjustment value of OFF SET X F and OFF SET X R are changed.0 REGISTMAIN_ C_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan laser writing position F side) -199.1 step. The reference arrow on the check pattern faces the positive direction. If there is a considerable difference in color shift in the square and at the center area.1999 SKEW_M Print skew amount calculation result (Magenta) -999 .199. Y1 (Adjustment conditions and method) To adjust evenly overall. perform the skew adjustment (ADJ 5A).1999 (Reference adjustment value) REGIST_SUB_ M Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Magenta drum -> Black drum) 1.0 REGIST_SUB_ C(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan drum to Black drum) -199.9 .0 Visually check the color image registration check section. increase the adjustment value.0 . increase the adjustment value. A-sub A-main: Main scan rough adjustment pattern A-sub: Sub scan rough adjustment pattern B-main: Main scan fine adjustment scale B-sub: Sub scan fine adjustment scale C: Main scan sub scan fine adjustment pattern Color image shift check section (Rough adjustment) Check the print patterns of the rough adjustment and the fine adjustment of 18 check patterns. Use the center position of the black scale as the reference. if the color registration adjustment (automatic adjustment) is performed.0 . When the offset adjustment value is 0.0 .9 . and check the shift balance in the positive and negative directions at the color image line position. perform the adjustment.999 SKEW_C(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 .1990 If shift is in the arrow mark X1 and Y1.99.9 REGISTMAIN_ C_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Cyan laser writing position R side) 10 . At that time.) Y2 OFF SET X S: Sub scanning direction registration offset set value (Color is shifted to the sub scanning direction overall. Check to confirm that the center of the dark density section is within +/. Perform the rough adjustment then perform the fine adjustment. and change the adjustment value to adjust.9 REGISTMAIN_ C_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Cyan laser writing position F side) 1.

This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the MFP PWB is replaced.199. 2) Enter the SIM 48-1 mode.5) until the copy magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 +/.1.0 .199. Repeat the procedures 3) .199. this manual adjustment is executed when a satisfactory result is not obtained from the automatic adjustment (ADJ 4). the adjustment is completed.0 .199.9 REGIST_MAIN_ M_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Magenta laser writing position R side) 10 .359 PHASE before OPC drum phase adjustment value (BK to CL) 0 . 4) Check that the copy magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 +/.9 Sim48-01 MAGNIFICATION ADJ REGIST_MAIN_ Y_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Yellow laser writing position F side) 1. copy image quality may be degraded. * When the copy magnification ratio in the copy image main scanning direction is not properly adjusted. 1) Place a scale on the document table as shown in the figure below.9 . * When the scanner motor is replaced. When the adjustment value is increased. execute this adjustment.199. Display/Item Content REGIST_SUB_ M(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta drum to Black drum) -199. Press [CLOSE] key to shift from the simulation mode to the copy mode.02%. Only when the manual adjustment is required.9 REGIST_MAIN_ M_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Magenta laser writing position F side) 1.0 REGIST_SUB_ Y(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow drum -> Black drum) -199.9 1䠖 CCD (MAIN) 2䠖 CCD (SUB) 3䠖 SPF (MAIN) 1 / 3 [ 1/ 99] REGIST_MAIN_ Y_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Yellow laser writing position R side) 1.0 .0 .9 .Display 1) Place a scale on the document table as shown in the figure below. perform the following procedure.9 . 6-A Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (main scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) 6-B Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (sub scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the copy magnification ratio in the copy image sub scanning direction is not properly adjusted.359 -1999 .9 . MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 19 . the copy magnification ratio is increased.0%).0%). If the copy magnification ratio is not within the specified range.0%). In other words. 5) Change the CIS (MAIN) adjustment value of Simulation 48-1.199. When the adjustment value is changed by 1. * U2 trouble has occurred. If the copy magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 +/-1.0 REGIST_MAIN_ Y_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow laser writing position F side) -199.199.0 REGIST_MAIN_ Y_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow laser writing position R side) -1999 . the copy magnification ratio is changed by about 0.1. this adjustment must be executed only when there is a special necessity. * U2 trouble has occurred. Therefore.1999 3) ADJ 6 Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (Manual adjustment) 㻌㻌 50㻌 30 20 50 Make a normal copy and obtain the copy magnification ratio.1999 PHASE OPC drum phase adjustment value (BK to CL) 0 .199. * When the scanner motor is replaced.1990 REGIST_MAIN_ M_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta laser writing position R side) REGIST_SUB_ Y Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Yellow drum -> Black drum) 1. and make a copy. * When the EEPROM on the MFP PWB is replaced.0 REGIST_MAIN_ M_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta laser writing position F side) -199. If the default adjustment value of the scan image magnification ration adjustment (main scanning direction) of SIM 48-1.

Use A4 (11" x 8.5") paper. The adjustment chart is prepared by the following procedures. Change the CIS (SUB) adjustment value of Simulation 48-1.0%). 3) Measure the images on the copy paper and the original images.1%. there is no need to perform the adjustment. original 110 copy 10 Scale (Original) 10 20 90 100 50 100 150 200 250 110 10 4) (Example 2) Copy B (Longer than the original) 4) 10 20 90 100 100 150 200 250 Obtain the image magnification ratio according to the following formula: Image magnification ratio = Original size / Original size x 100 (%) 110 Image magnification ratio = 99 / 100 x 100 = 99 (%) If the image magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 +/-1. Place the duplex adjustment chart shown below on the document tray of the RSPF.Copy dimension) Original dimension 10 20 90 100 100% 2) Make a duplex copy at the normal ratio on A4 paper. the copy magnification ratio is changed by about 0. the copy magnification ratio in the sub scanning direction is increased.1. When the adjustment value is increased. If the copy magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 +/. * When the copy magnification ratio of the RSPF mode copy image in the main scanning direction is not proper.0%). * When the RSPF is disassembled. 5) 50 If it is not within the specified range. Check that the copy magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 +/.1. Go to the copy mode. Sim48-01 MAGNIFICATION ADJ 1䠖 CCD (MAIN) 2䠖 CCD (SUB) 3䠖 SPF (MAIN) 1 / 3 [ 1/ 99] 50㻌 30 20 50 㻌㻌 Paper pass direction A4 size 10mm 3) 10mm (Both the front surface and the back surface) Make a normal copy and obtain the copy magnification ratio. a. Adjustment procedures 1) 2) Enter the SIM 48-1 mode.0%). MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 20 .5) until the copy magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 +/.1. When the adjustment value is changed by 1. and make a copy. 6-C Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (main scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the MFP PWB is replaced. perform the following procedures. and put marks on both sides and both surfaces of the paper at 10mm from each edge. perform the following procedure. If the copy magnification ratio is not within the specified range. Copy magnification ratio (Example 1) Copy A (Shorter than the original) (Original dimension . 5) Enter the SIM 48-1 mode. * When U2 trouble occurs. the adjustment is completed.Repeat the procedures 3) . * When the EEPROM on the MFP PWB is replaced.0%).

SPF (MAIN) 7) Content 200 6) Display 150 Item original 150 SPFB(MAIN) 50 Make a duplex copy at the normal ratio on A4 paper.99 50 . 5) Enter the SIM 48-1 mode. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 21 㻌㻌 Content SCAN main scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) SCAN sub scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) 50㻌 30 20 50 Setting range Default value 1 .99 50 Measure the images on the copy paper and the original images. and press [OK] key. there is no need to perform the adjustment. and put marks on both sides and both surfaces of the paper at 10mm from each edge. 1䠖 CCD (MAIN) 2䠖 CCD (SUB) 3䠖 SPF (MAIN) 1 / 3 [ 1/ 99] When the adjustment value is increased.99 2) 50 SPF(SUB) 50 10 4 1 .99 50 Setting range 1 .99 Make a normal copy and obtain the copy magnification ratio.02%. 8) copy Image magnification ratio = 99 / 100 x 100 = 99 (%) Select an adjustment item of SPF (MAIN)/SPFB (MAIN) with [UP] or [DOWN] keys.8%).5") paper. 6-D Scan image magnification ratio adjustment (sub scanning direction) (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the SCAN CONTROL PWB is replaced. 1䠖 CCD (MAIN) 2䠖 CCD (SUB) 3䠖 SPF (MAIN) 1 / 3 [ 1/ 99] 㻌㻌 Use A4 (11" x 8.99 Default value 50 1 . Repeat the procedures of 1) . The adjustment chart is prepared by the following procedures.99 50 1 . 1) Sim48-01 MAGNIFICATION ADJ Place the duplex adjustment chart shown below on the document tray of the RSPF. 3) 100 5 1 . * When the copy magnification ratio of the RSPF mode copy image in the sub scanning direction is not proper.99 50 1 . If it is not within the specified range.99 50 1 . Item Display 1 CIS(MAIN) 2 CIS(SUB) * When U2 trouble occurs. 50㻌 30 20 50 10mm Paper pass direction A4 size RSPF Item Display 1 CIS(MAIN) 2 CIS(SUB) Content 6 SPFB(SUB) 1 .99 50 1 .99 10mm 50 SPF(MAIN) Default value 50 10 3 SCAN main scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) SCAN sub scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Main scan) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Sub scan) RSPF document back surface magnification ratio adjustment (Main scan) RSPF document back surface magnification ratio adjustment (Sub scan) Setting range 1 . Main scanning direction image magnification ratio (Front surface) Main scanning direction image magnification ratio (Back surface) Sim48-01 MAGNIFICATION ADJ Enter an adjustment value with 10-key. perform the following procedures. When the adjustment value is changed by 1.8) until a satisfactory result is obtained. the image magnification ratio is changed by 0. 200 100 SPF 1 CIS(MAIN) 2 CIS(SUB) 3 SPF(MAIN) 4 SPF(SUB) SCAN main scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) SCAN sub scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Main scan) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Sub scan) SPFB (MAIN) 4) Obtain the image magnification ratio according to the following formula: Image magnification ratio = Original size / Original size x 100 (%) If the image magnification ratio is within the specified range (100 0.* When the RSPF is disassembled. the image magnification ratio is increased.99 50 1 .

99 50 1 . Repeat the procedures of 1) . * When the EEPROM on the MFP PWB is replaced. * When the RSPF section is disassembled.99 50 RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Main scan) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Sub scan) RSPF document back surface magnification ratio adjustment (Main scan) RSPF document back surface magnification ratio adjustment (Sub scan) A=B SPF Item 6) Display 1 CIS(MAIN) 2 CIS(SUB) 3 SPF(MAIN) 4 SPF(SUB) SCAN main scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) SCAN sub scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Main scan) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio adjustment (Sub scan) B 2) SPFB (SUB) If A . MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 22 . * When the RSPF unit is replaced. 8) Check the copy image center position.0mm (100%) B' Sub scanning direction image magnification ratio (Front surface) Sub scanning direction image magnification ratio (Back surface) Enter an image magnification ratio adjustment value with 10key.1mm. The entered value is set. 1䠖 OC 2䠖 SPF(SIDE1) Make a normal copy and obtain the copy magnification ratio. the main scanning print position is shifted to the front side by 0.B = +/. When the set value is increased. Enter the adjustment value with 10-key. 7-A Scan image off-center adjustment (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the scanner (reading) section is disassembled.B' = 1.6) until the above condition is satisfied. 7-B Scan image off-center adjustment (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the MFP PWB is replaced. and press [OK] key. * When the scanner (reading) section is disassembled.99 50 1 . execute this adjustment. Repeat the procedures of 1) . * When the scanner (reading) unit is replaced. Select an adjustment item with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. A' A' . and make a copy.99 50 1 . 3) When the adjustment value is changed by 1. If the above condition is not satisfied. and press [OK] key. OFFSET When the adjustment value is increased.99] 4) 5) 50㻌 50 㻌㻌 50 Select the adjustment mode OC with [UP] or [DOWN] keys.1%. * When U2 trouble occurs. the image magnification ratio is increased.1.0mm.99 50 1 . 1) Enter the SIM 50-12 mode.8) until a satisfactory result is obtained. Only when the manual adjustment is required. Sim50-12 ORG.Item Display Content 3 SPF(MAIN) 4 SPF(SUB) 5 SPFB(MAIN) 6 SPFB(SUB) Setting range Default value 1 . * When the scanner (reading) section is replaced. perform the following procedures. the image magnification ratio is changed by 0.99 50 1 . 6) Go to the copy mode. * When a U2 trouble occurs. the adjustment is not required. SPF (SUB) 7) Content A Make a copy of the adjustment chart (made by yourself) in the adjustment mode (document table).99 50 Setting range Default value 1 . * MFP PWB is replaced.99 50 1 . ADJ 7 Scan image off-center adjustment (Manual adjustment) [ 1.

Only when the manual adjustment is required.H: 1 step = 0.To execute this adjustment. image magnification ratio. (Change for change in the adjustment value: 0. copy a ADJ 8 Copy image position and image loss adjustment (Manual adjustment) b If the difference is within the range of 0 +/.) Repeat the procedures of 2) . Draw a line at the center of the front surface and the back surface of A4 (11" x 8. SIM50-12 Item Display 1 OC 2 SPF(FRONT ) 3 SPF(REAR) Content Document table image offcenter adjustment SPF front surface image offcenter adjustment SPF back surface image offcenter adjustment Setting range Default value 1 . the print image is shifted to the rear.99 20 0 . and check the image position on the front surface and the back surface of the copy paper. the scan timing is delayed.99 50 0 . Place a scale so that it is in parallel with the scanning direction and that its lead edge is in contact with the document guide plate.H: When the adjustment value is increased.99 30 * Item A. 8-A Copy image position. Draw a line at the center of the front surface and the back surface of paper in parallel with the paper transport direction.99] 㻌㻌 * When the registration roller section is disassembled.1mm Prepare the adjustment chart. and void area adjustment (Manual adjustment) (Document table mode) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: Sim50-12 ORG. B: When the adjustment value is increased. * U2 trouble has occurred. 50㻌 50 [ 1.7mmm there is no need to perform the adjustment. * Item C . Paper transport direction Front surface Back surface Item/Display 1 SIDE1 2 3 Image loss amount setting SIDE1 4 LEAD_EDGE (SIDE1) FRONT_REAR (SIDE1) TRAIL_EDGE (SIDE1) Content Front surface document scan position adjustment (CIS) Front surface lead edge image loss amount setting Front surface side image loss amount setting Front surface rear edge image loss amount setting Setting range Default value 1 . If the adjustment is required.99 20 0 . 1) Place a scale on the document table as shown in the figure below. OFFSET * When the scanner (reading) section is disassembled. 1) SPF 1step = 0. * The MFP PWB has been replaced.2. 4) Enter the SIM 50-12 mode. original 5) Enter an adjustment value with 10-key.99 50 1 . 3) Make a duplex copy in the normal magnification ratio from the manual paper feed tray.99 50 Before executing this adjustment.5") paper in parallel with the paper transport direction. image position. execute this adjustment. * When the scanner (reading) unit is replaced. 1䠖 OC 2䠖 SPF(SIDE1) * When the LSU is replaced or removed. void area adjustments has been completed normally. and press [OK] key.C: When the adjustment value is increased.1mm change * The SPF rear edge image loss setting is provided for countermeasures against the case when shades are produced.1mm/step) (When the adjustment value is increased. it is required that the ADJ 17A Scan image off-center adjustment (Document table mode) must have been properly adjusted. be sure to confirm that the ADJ 4/ADJ 5 Print engine image skew. the image position is shifted to the rear frame side. * Item A . A . Place white paper on the document table so that the scale lead edge can be seen. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 23 .99 50 1 . 2) Set the adjustment chart to the RSPF. image loss.6) until a satisfactory result is obtained. 50 * When the EEPROM on the MFP PWB is replaced. the image loss is increased. perform the following procedures.

0mm . and make a copy at each of 100% and 200% in the document table mode. Set RRCA. it is adjusted to the standard state.0 +/.1 ‘13/Aug Item/Display 12 13 14 15 16 2) 4) Enter the SIM 50-1 mode. or when it is set to a desired value. Item/Display 10mm 5mm 5) 3) 100% 5mm Paper lead edge Copy area Maginification ratio : 400% 1 2 3 4 10mm 5mm 1 Image loss: 4.1. 50㻌 50 50 50 If not. Sim50-01 LEAD EDGE ADJ 1䠖 RRCA 2䠖 RRCB-CS1 3䠖 RRCB-DSK 1 / 6 [ 1/ 99] Magnification ratio correction Content When the adjustment value of RRCA is proper.99 10 2. (Adjust so that the lead edge image from 4.0mm is not copied in either of 100% and 200% copy scale. 㻌㻌 SCAN_ SPEED_OC Sub scanning direction print area correction value DENB-CS1 Sub scanning direction print area correction value DENB-ADU DENB-MFT DENB-CS2 Setting range Default value 1 to 99 50 1 to 99 50 1 to 99 50 1 to 99 50 1 to 99 50 SCAN sub scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CIS) Manual feed correction value Tray 1 correction value Tray 2 correction value ADU correction value Perform the image lead edge reference position adjustment. If it is not in the below standard state.0mm position Paper lead edge  Sim50-01 LEAD EDGE ADJ 1䠖 RRCA 2䠖 RRCB-CS1 3䠖 RRCB-DSK 1 / 6 [ 1/ 99] 㻌㻌 51 50 50 51 200% 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Image loss area setting value OFFSET_ OC OC document offcenter adjustment RRCB-DSK RRCB-MFT LEAD SIDE DENA Void area adjustment 10 11 FRONT/ REAR RRCB-CS1 RRCB-ADU 8 9 Document lead edge reference position (OC) Regis. the lead edge image from 4. change and adjust the RRCA value.0mm is not copied in either of different copy magnification ratios. Shift to the copy mode. LEAD.0mm 0 .) Repeat the above procedures until a satisfactory result is obtained. Scale image 4.1.ADU ment Lead edge image loss area setting Side image loss area adjustment Lead edge void area adjustment Rear edge void area adjustment FRONT/REAR void area adjustment RRCA Lead edge adjustment value Off-center adjustment Content DENB Setting range Default value 0 to 99 50 1 to 99 40 1 to 99 50 1 to 99 50 1 to 99 50 0 to 99 10 0 to 99 10 1 to 99 40 1 to 99 35 1 to 99 35 1 to 99 50 Image loss adjustment When the adjustment item of the image loss below is set to the default value.99 10 4.0mm Item/ Display LEAD SIDE Content Image loss adjustment MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 24 Lead edge image loss adjustment Side image loss adjustment Adjustment range Default value Standard adjustment value 0 .Standard traTray tion Desk motor Manual ON paper feed timing adjust. change these adjustment items.0 +/. and SIDE to the default values.

1 SIDE1 2 SIDE2 a.H: 1 step = 0. the front end. * When the RSPF unit is replaced. the image loss is increased.99 10 0 .When the adjustment value is increased.99 10 0 . Adjustment procedures 1) Prepare the adjustment chart. Image loss amount setting SIDE1 4 F 2) FRONT_REAR (SIDE1) TRAIL_EDGE (SIDE1) 7 T LEAD_EDGE (SIDE1) 5 Front surface R L Image loss amount setting SIDE1 Content LEAD_EDGE (SIDE1) FRONT_REAR (SIDE1) TRAIL_EDGE (SIDE1) Content Front surface document scan position adjustment (CIS) Front surface lead edge image loss amount setting Front surface side image loss amount setting Front surface rear edge image loss amount setting Draw arrows.99 10 0 . 6 LEAD_EDGE (SIDE2) Image loss amount setting SIDE2 8 FRONT_REAR (SIDE2) TRAIL_EDGE (SIDE2) Item/Display Draw arrows.99 35 Setting range Default value 1 . Use A4 (11" x 8. void area adjustment (Manual adjustment) (RSPF mode) 㻌㻌 50㻌 50 20 50 This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When the MFP PWB is replaced. and the rear end as well as the identification marks of the front surface and the back surface. * Item A . Sim50-06 SPF EDGE ADJ When the adjustment value is changed by 1. Enter the SIM 50-6 mode. the trail edge. * Item C . the image loss is decreased. (Standard set value) TRAIL EDGE (SIDE 1): 40 Lead edge image loss set value (Front surface) MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 25 . (Lead edge image loss adjustment) 1) Set the lead edge image loss adjustment values (LEAD EDGE (SIDE1/SIDE2) on the front surface and the back surface to the following values.5") paper and draw arrow marks vertically and horizontally on the front and the back surfaces. the image loss is increased. the void area is changed by 0. Item/Display * When U2 trouble occurs.99 10 0 .99 20 0 .1mm change * The RSPF rear edge image loss setting is provided for countermeasures against the case when shades are produced. the scan timing is delayed. * Item A. 4 FACE Put the position marks.99 35 0 . * When the scanner (reading) unit is replaced. put marks of the lead edge. The adjustment chart can be made by the following procedures. * When the EEPROM on the MFP PWB is replaced.99 30 SPF F T 3 Put the position marks. * When the RSPF section is disassembled. image loss.H: When the adjustment value is increased. RSPF * When the scanner (reading) section is disassembled.99 50 0 . When the adjustment value is decreased. 3 At the same time. 1䠖 SIDE1 2䠖 SIDE2 3䠖 SIDE1 LEAD EDGE 1 / 3 [ 1/ 99] 8-B Copy image position.99 20 0 .1mm.99 50 0 . Back surface R BACK 1 SIDE1 2 L Front surface document scan position adjustment (CIS) Back surface document scan position adjustment (CIS) Front surface lead edge image loss amount setting Front surface side image loss amount setting Front surface rear edge image loss amount setting Back surface lead edge image loss amount setting Back surface side image loss amount setting Back surface rear edge image loss amount setting Setting range Default value 1 .99 50 1 . B: When the adjustment value is increased.

Paper rear edge Enter the adjustment value of FRONT/REAR (SIDE 1) / FRONT/REAR (SIDE 2). The importance levels of them are shown below. and press [OK] key. Perform the procedures of 1) .0 +/. the rear edge image loss is increased. Check to confirm that the lead edge image loss is within 4. check to insure that the adjustments which affect the color balance/density have been completed properly.) (Change for change in the adjustment value: 0.0mm on the front surface and the back surface. Image loss 2. they must be adjusted or set before execution of the image quality adjustments.0 .2) until a satisfactory result is obtained.0mm If the above condition is not satisfied.) TRAIL EDGE (SIDE 2): Rear edge image loss adjustment value (Back surface) (Change for change in the set value: 0.1. the lead edge image loss is increased.) 1) The following adjustment items must be adjusted properly. The paper lead edge must be aligned with the presumed image lead edge. Check to confirm that the rear edge image loss is 2. the front/rear image loss is increased. SIDE2: Back surface lead edge scan position adjustment (When the adjustment value is increased.0mm Paper R side edge (When the adjustment value is increased.0mm If the above condition is not satisfied. and press [OK] key.1mm/step) Paper lead edge The paper lead edge must be aligned with the image lead edge.0mm Paper F side edge Copy image Copy image Image loss 4.1mm/step) Perform the procedures of 1) .) 2) Enter the adjustment value of TRAIL EDGE (SIDE1/SIDE2) with 10-key.0 1.) 2) (Change for change in the set value: 0. 1) Image loss 2. and press [OK] key. SIDE1: Front surface lead edge scan position adjustment If the above condition is not satisfied.0 +/.0mm on the front surface and the back surface.0 2. FRONT/REAR (SIDE 1): Front/Rear image loss adjustment value (Front surface) Perform the procedures of 2) . (Since the following items affect the color balance/density directly.5. perform the following procedure. ADJ 9 Color balance/density adjustment (1) Note before execution of the color balance/density adjustment * Requisite conditions before execution of the color balance/density adjustment Copy image Before execution of the color balance/density adjustment.1mm/step) FRONT/REAR (SIDE 2): Front/Rear image loss adjustment value (Back surface) (Rear edge image loss adjustment) Make a duplex copy in 100% in the RSPF mode. Copy image Adjust so that the paper lead edge is aligned with the presumed image lead edge.0 2.1mm/step) TRAIL EDGE (SIDE 1): Rear edge image loss adjustment value (Front surface) Make a duplex copy in 100% in the RSPF mode. Image loss 2. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 26 . perform the following procedure. 3) Enter the adjustment value of SIDE1/SIDE2 with 10-key.3) until a satisfactory result is obtained. (Front/rear frame direction image loss adjustment) 1) Make a duplex copy in 100% in the RSPF mode. the print image position is shifted to the delaying direction for the paper.0 .2. (Change for change in the set value: 0.2) until a satisfactory result is obtained. perform the following procedure.0mm on the front surface and the back surface. Check to confirm that the image losses on the front frame side and the rear frame side are 2. (When the adjustment value is increased.TRAIL EDGE (SIDE 2): 40 Lead edge image loss set value (Back surface) 2) (When the set value is increased.5.

Jo b No AD J5 Simulation Adjustment item Print engine image distortion adjustment / OPC drum phase adjustment / Color registration adjustment (Print engine section) 50-22/20 At that time. or inspection is performed. a.) 4) When an installation. ADJ Adjust the main 1A charger grid voltage ADJ Adjust the develop1B ing bias voltage ADJ Transfer current and 1C voltage adjustment Scan image focus adjustment Simulation 8-2 8-1 In addition. (Without replacement of a consumable part) (Color copy) Serviceman chart (Color patch section) (3) Copy color balance and density check Before checking the copy color balance and density. Set the copy density level to "Manual 3" in the Text/ Printed Photo mode (Manual). Note that. (Black-and-white copy) Patch 2 is slightly copied. be sure to execute the following jobs. There are following four. place 5 sheets of white paper on the adjustment pattern in order to prevent back copying and adverse effects of paper wrinkles as far as possible. density) may not be obtained. Patch 1 is not copied. check to insure the following conditions.) 1) The following items must be adjusted properly. check to insure the following conditions. Follow the flowchart of the color balance/density adjustment procedures depending on the actual conditions. Check with the servicing color test chart (UKOG-0326FCZZ/ UKOG-0326FC11) In the copy color balance check with the servicing color test chart. (SIM 44-26) Method 1 Make a copy of the gray test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) and a copy of the servicing color test chart (UKOG-0326FCZZ/UKOG0326FC11). When. b. (When a consumable part is replaced. (2) Relationship between the servicing job contents and the color balance/density check and adjustment Note that the jobs before and after execution of the color balance/ density check and adjustment depend on the machine status and the servicing conditions. an inspection. all the color balance adjustments in the user adjustment mode must be set to the default (center). For the color (gray) balance. In addition. . there is no need to adjust them frequently. (Though the following items affect the color balance/density. use the gray test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) and the servicing color test chart (UKOG-0326FCZZ/UKOG-0326FC11). be sure to use the paper specified for color (recommended paper). all the color balance adjustments in the user adjustment mode must be set to the default (center). and make a copy. 1 2 SHARP gray chart SHARP GRAY CHART 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 W Patch 3 is copied. * Execute the high density image correction (Process correction) forcibly. if another kind of paper is used for the color balance adjustment. Job No ADJ 1 ADJ 6 Adjustment item Adjusting high voltage values To check the copy color balance and density. The densities of patches 1 .For the color balance adjustments. Check with the gray test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) In the copy density check with the gray test chart. . be sure to use the specified paper for color. Note for execution of the color balance and density check in the color copy mode MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 27 Patch 7 is slightly copied or not copied. (Color copy) Patch 1 is slightly copied. use the servicing color test chart (UKOG-0326FCZZ/UKOG-0326FC11) to check. (SIM 44-6) * Execute the half-tone image correction forcibly. proper image qualities (color balance. use the gray test chart (UKOG0162FCZZ). 1) When installing 2) When a periodic maintenance is performed. however. a trouble occurs. Set the copy density level to "3" in the Text/Printed Photo mode (Manual).When setting the adjustment pattern on the document table in the automatic color balance adjustment procedures. or a maintenance is performed.6 of each color are properly balanced. Note for checking the monochrome copy mode density To check the density. 3) When a repair. SHARP gray chart SHARP GRAY CHART 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 W Patch 2 is copied. they must be checked and adjusted. and check that they are proper. major cases. 8-6 48-1 Note for the color balance/density check and adjustments . a repair.

0 can be seen. fold or separate the chart. 4) The color difference in gray balance between the F and the R sides is not so great. and one point for the sub scanning) are not shifted. Color copy check items (Check to confirm the following:) When using the servicing color test chart. 7) The background density is not so light. 6) Color texts are clearly reproduced. 1) There are 8 void areas.a. 5) There are no white and black streaks. 3) The resolution of 5. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 28 . 2) Registrations (one point for the main scanning.

b.0 can be seen. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 29 . Monochrome copy check items (Check to confirm the following:) When using the servicing color test chart. 4) There are no white and black streaks. 5) The background density is not so light. 1) There are 8 void areas. 6) The black low-density gradation is copied slightly. fold or separate the chart. 3) The density difference between the F and the R sides is not so great. 2) The resolution of 4.

Patch B may not be copied. . (When the color balance target is DEF 1. In an actual print mode. .OW DENSITY Patch A must not be copied.. (IGH DENSITY If the color balance of each patch of the process black (CMY mixed color) is slightly shifted to Magenta. The density changing direction must not be reversed. it means that the adjustment is proper. and check following image to confirm that the color balance adjustment is proper.(Method 2) Use SIM46-21 to print the color balance adjustment sheet. The print density must be changed gradually from the lighter level to the darker level.) 9 # 9-A Scanner calibration (CIS calibration) "K This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + . / 0 1  4HEMAXDENSITYSECTIONISNOTBLURRED  0ATCH#OR$OFEACHOF9. The density level of each color must be almost at the same level. it is converted into the natural gray color balance by the color table.

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replace with new one. The density changing direction must not be reversed. The print density must be changed gradually from the lighter level to the darker level. (If there is some dust and dirt. A lens should never be cleaned with alcohol as the alcohol may damage the (yellow) coatings on the lens. be sure to execute the following procedures in advance. * When the EEPROM on the MFPC PWB is replaced.Check that the table glass and the lens surface are free from dirt and dust. The density level of each color must be almost at the same level. the adjustment accuracy is lower when compared with the adjustment method using the SIT chart. If the patches are dirty.) . Set each set value to the default and press [EXECUTE] key. * When a U2 trouble is occurred."+ 4HEPATCHDENSITYISCHANGEDGRADUALLY * When the CIS unit is replaced. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 30 . The print test pattern is printed. It is also preferable to use a glass cleaner with an anti-static additive in it. * When the MFP PWB is replaced. In this case.Check to confirm that the patches in BK1 and BK2 arrays of the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ or UKOG-0280FCZ1) are free from dirt and scratches. Table glass should be cleaned with glass cleaner that has no ammonia it it. If they are scratched or streaked. (SIM 44-6) * The half-tone image correction is forcibly executed. however. . * Execute the high density image correction (Process correction) forcibly. (SIM 44-26) Execute SIM 64-5 to print the print test pattern. execute SIM 63-5 to set the CIS gamma to the default. If the SIT chart is not available. wipe and clean. (2) Adjustment procedures 1) Set the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ or UKOG-0280FCZ1) to the reference position on the left rear frame side of the document table. Set the chart so that the lighter density side of the patch is on the left side. (1) Note before adjustment (4) Printer color balance/density check Before checking the copy color balance and the density. clean the chart surface area with a soft dry rag.

* When the MFP PWB is replaced. a. [OK] returns to the normal display. and Black automatically. During the adjustment. Magenta. UKOG-0280FCZZ is equivalent to UKOG-0280FCZ1. * When the scanner (reading) section is disassembled. * When the scanner (reading) unit is replaced. [OK] is highlighted. the color balance adjustments of all the copy/printer modes are revised.Check to insure that the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ or UKOG-0280FCZ1) is in close contact with the document table. Yellow. OPC drum. Sim63-03 SCAN CL BLNC ADJ Press OK Key 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌EXEC 3 Since the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ or UKOG-0280FC Z1) is easily discolored by sunlight (especially ultraviolet rays) and humidity and temperature. After completion of the adjustment. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 31 . 9-B Copy/Printer color balance and density adjustment (Automatic adjustment) (Basic adjustment) This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When a consumable part (developer. When this adjustment is executed. The automatic operation is started. 2) Enter the SIM 63-3 mode and press [EXECUTE] key. * When the CIS unit is replaced. * U2 trouble has occurred. General The color balance adjustment (automatic adjustment) is used to adjust the copy/printer density of each of Cyan. transfer belt) is replaced. put it in a bag (such as a dark file) and store in a dark place of low temperature and low humidity.

(Auto color balance adjustment by the serviceman) b. Adjustment procedures #OPYPRINTERCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITYADJUSTMENT!UTOMATICADJUSTMENT 3)-  PROCEDUREFLOWCHART 3TART %XECUTE!$*"##OPYCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITY0RINTERCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITY ADJUSTMENTAUTOMATICDENSITY 3)-  #OPYCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITYADJUSTMENTAUTOMATICADJUSTMENT %NTERTHE3)- MODE.

ANDSELECT!X PAPER!UTOMATICSELECTION 0RESS.%8%#54%=KEY 4HEADJUSTMENTPATTERNISSCANNED.%8%#54%=KEY4HEADJUSTMENTPATTERNISPRINTED 3ETTHEADJUSTMENTPATTERNONTHEDOCUMENTTABLE0RESS.

ANDTHEADJUSTMENTISAUTOMATICALLYPERFORMEDTO PRINTTHECHECKPATTERN #HECKTHEPRINTEDCHECKPATTERNFORANYSTREAKSORUNCLEARCOPY  0RESS.%8%#54%=KEY%XECUTETHEHALFTONEIMAGECORRECTION #ANCEL3)-  #HECKTHECOPYCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITYADJUSTMENTRESULT 5SETHETESTCHART5+/' &#::5+/' &# TOMAKEACOPYINTHE4EXT 0RINTED0HOTOMODE.

/ !RETHECOLORBALANCEANDDENSITY ATTHESPECIFIEDLEVEL %XECUTE!$*"##OPYCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITY ADJUSTMENT -ANUALADJUSTMENT 3)-     9%3 #HECKTHEPRINTERCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITYADJUSTMENTRESULTWITHTHESELFPRINT CHECKPATTERN 5SE3)- TOPRINTTHESELFPRINT CHECKPATTERN.ANDCHECKTHECOPYCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITY .

ANDCHECKTHEPRINTER COLORBALANCEANDDENSITY !RETHECOLORBALANCE ANDDENSITYATTHE SPECIFIEDLEVEL  )FSATISFACTORYCOLORBALANCEAND DENSITYARENOTOBTAINEDWITH !$*"##OPYCOLORBALANCE ANDDENSITYADJUSTMENT -ANUAL ADJUSTMENT 3)-   .

CHECKTHEPRINTENGINEFORANY PROBLEMS  )FTHEREISANYSTREAKORUNCLEAR COPYONTHEPRINTEDCHECK PATTERN.

(A4/11" x 8. 2) Press [START] key.5" paper is automatically selected. and the color patch image (adjustment pattern) is printed out./ %XECUTE!$*!0RINTERCOLORBALANCE ANDDENSITYADJUSTMENT -ANUALADJUSTMENT 3)-  9%3 %ND 1) Enter the SIM46-24 mode.CHECKTHEPRINTENGINE FORANYPROBLEMS .) Sim46-24 ENG HT AUTO ADJ Sim46-24 ENG HT AUTO ADJ Press OK Key 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌EXEC 3 Press OK Key MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 32 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌EXEC 3 . The high density process control is performed.

2000. . place 5 sheets of white paper on the printed color patch image (adjustment pattern).2000. execute the automatic color balance adjustment in advance.) If a satisfactory result on the color balance and the density is not obtained with the automatic adjustment. The halftone image correction is performed. When there is request from the user for changing (customizing) the color balance. though the auto adjustment was performed properly. repair or perform necessary works. If the color balance is improper.1993. perform the manual color balance adjustment (ADJ 9C).2000 K5 –K8 :2000. Also.2001 7) Check the copy color balance and density. (Refer to the item of the printer color balance and density check. The initial setting of the halftone image correction is performed. check the print engine for any problems. * The color balance adjustment is automatically executed and prints the color balance check patch image. and execute this adjustment for better efficiency.2000.1999 K9 –K12 :2000. execute the manual adjustment (SIM 67-25) (ADJ 10C)). (Refer to the item of the copy color balance and density check. if copy color is not improved after performing the RGB copy adjustment. - a. . If there is any streak or unclear print on the printed check pattern. This is used at the following situation. At that time. This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When an acceptable result is not obtained after performing the auto copy color balance adjustment. / 0 1 Press [START] key.. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 33 . 8) Sim46-24 ENG HT AUTO ADJ Check the printer color balance and density.2000.OW DENSITY 9 * When the client is not satisfied with the balance and density. (IGH DENSITY # 5) 9-C Copy color balance and density adjustment (Manual adjustment) The color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) is used to adjust the copy density of CMYK. This manual adjustment is executed only for the color patch which could not adjusted properly in the automatic adjustment. Troubleshoot the cause. General "K ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + . 6) Place the color patch image so that the tint colors are on the left side.3) Set the color patch image (adjustment pattern) paper printed in procedure 2) on the document table. When a fine adjustment is required. Press [OIK key. and repeat the adjustment from the beginning. When "OK" is displayed. Sim46-24 ENG HT AUTO ADJ 1/6 OK K1 –K4 :2000. Cancel SIM46-24.) 4) Also when the is automatic adjustment execute the automatic adjustment and a satisfactory result is not obtained. When the result of auto adjustment described above is not existing within the range of reference. Press OK Key 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌EXEC 3 If the color balance or density is not in the satisfactory level even after execution of the automatic and manual adjustments. the adjustment operation is completed. there may be another cause.1995.

b. Adjustment procedure #OPY COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY ADJUSTMENT -ANUAL ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE FLOWCHART 3)-  3TART %XECUTE!$*##OPYCOLORBALANCEANDDENSITYADJUSTMENT -ANUAL ADJUSTMENT    %NTERTHE3)- MODE.

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%8%#54%= KEY 4HE ADJUSTMENT CHECK PATTERN IS PRINTED #HECKTHEDENSITYOFTHEPATCHCOLORBALANCE)FTHEDENSITY OFALLCOLORSARESIMILAR. + 3ELECT A TARGET ADJUSTMENT LEVEL WITH THE SCROLL KEY %NTERTHEADJUSTMENTVALUEWITH KEY 0RESS .

THECOLORBALANCEISPROPERLYADJUSTED (OWEVER.

THEJUDGEMENTOFTHEADJUSTMENTCOULDBECHANGED DEPENDINGONTHECUSTOMERSPREFERENCE !RE THE COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY AT THE SATI SFACTORY LEVEL ./ 9%3 #ANCEL THE 3)-  MODE 0ERFORM THE INITIAL SETTING OF THE HALFTONEIMAGECORRECTION 3)-  #HECK THE COPY COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY ADJUSTMENT RESULT WITH THE TEST CHART   5SE THE TEST CHART 5+/' &#::5+/' &# TO MAKE A COPY IN THE 4EXT0RINTED 0HOTO MODE.

AND CHECK THE COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY !RE THE COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY AT THE SATI SFACTORY LEVEL ./ 9%3 #HECK TO CONFIRM THAT THE INITIAL SETTING OF THE HALFTONEIMAGECORRECTIONIS PROPERLY SET   0ERFORM THE INITIAL SETTING OF THE HALFTONEIMAGECORRECTION 3)-  0ERFORM THE HALFTONEIMAGECORRECTION3)-  5SE THE TEST CHART 5+/' &#::5+/' &# TO MAKE A COPY IN THE 4EXT0RINTED 0HOTO MODE.

/ !RE THE COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY AT THE SATI SFACTORY LEVEL 9%3  )F SATISFACTORY COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY ARE NOT OBTAINED WITH THE ADJUSTMENT. AND CHECK THE COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY .

CHECK THE PRINT ENGINE FOR ANY PROBLEMS  )FTHEINITIALSETTINGOFTHEHALFTONEIMAGE CORRECTION IS NOT PROPERLY ADJUSTED.

SATISFACTORY COLOR BALANCE AND DENSITY CANNOT BE OBTAINED )N THIS CASE.

CHECK THE PRINT ENGINE FOR ANY PROBLEMS  )FTHEAUTOCOLORBALANCEADJUSTMENTISDONEAFTER THISADJUSTMENT.

BECAREFULTHATTHEADJUSTMENT VALUESWITHTHISADJUSTMENTISCLEARED %ND  MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 34 .

/ 0 1 2 3 (Abnormal end (Auto transition))  (IGHDENSITYSECTIONISNOTBLURRED  0ATCH#OR$OFEACHOF9. "COMPLETE" is displayed. After completion of the operation..) The color balance adjustment pattern is printed.5" paper is automatically selected. C.OW DENSITY . . 7) Sim46-21 CL BLNC MAN CL:PG 1: K 2: C 3: M 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 1/2 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 Execute SIM 44-21.  (. (A4/ 11" x 8.) 6LP352&219$/8(  䠬䠮䠡䠯䠯㼇㻱㼄㻱㻯㼉㻌㼀㻻㻌㻿㼀㻭㻾㼀㻌   3  ARE YOU SURE? 2) Select the K. (Execute the initial setting of the halftone image correction.  㻷㻡㻙㻷㻤㻌㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻌 / 㻷㻥㻙㻷㻝㻞㻌㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻌  % 㻷㻝㻟㻙㻷㻝㻢㻌㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚 $M # $ % & ' ( ) * + . execute the following procedures.M or Y mode and press [EXECUTE] key. 3) Check that the following specification is satisfied or the color balance is satisfactory. 6LP352&219$/8(>@  㻷㻝㻙㻷㻠㻌㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻌 (IGH DENSITY .(& It takes several minutes to complete the operation. (Normal end (Auto transition)) If not.1) Enter the SIM46-21 mode.

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The print density must be changed gradually from the lighter
level to the darker level. The density changing direction must
not be reversed.
The density level of each color must be almost at the same
level.

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Patch B may not be copied.
Patch A must not be copied.
When, however, the color balance is adjusted according to a
request from the user, there is no need to set to the standard
color balance stated above.
4)

Select the K, C,M or Y mode to be adjusted, and select the
adjustment point with the [UP] or [Down] key.

5)

Enter the adjustment value with 10-key and press [OK] key.
The adjustment value is set in the range of (1 - 255). When
SIM 46-24 is used to adjust the automatic color balance and
density, all the set values of this simulation are set to 128.

After completion of the operation, the simulation is canceled.

This procedure is to save the copy color balance adjustment
data as the reference data for the halftone correction.
Immediately after execution of ADJ 12C(Color balance adjustment, Manual) with SIM 46-21, be sure to execute this procedure.

To increase the density, increase the adjustment value. To
decrease the density, decrease the adjustment value.
Repeat procedures of 2) - 5) until the condition of 3) is satisfied.
6)

Make a copy of the servicing color test chart (UKOG0326FCZZ/UKOG-0326FC11) and a user's document according to necessity in the normal copy mode, the text/Printed
Photo mode (Manual) to check the adjustment result.
(Refer to the item of the copy color balance/density check.)

MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 35

2 9) Make a copy of the servicing color test chart (UKOG0317FCZZ/UKOG-0317FC11) and a user's document according to necessity in the Text/Printed Photo mode (Manual) and check the adjustment result again. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 36 . [EXECUTE] key is highlighted and the operation is started. and repair or perform proper treatments. After completion of the operation. the simulation is canceled.2 ‘13/Oct 8) Use SIM 44-26 to execute the halftone image correction. "COMPLETE" is displayed. Troubleshoot the cause.7<&255(&7 㻱㻾㻾㻻㻾㻌   䠞㻷㼋㻿㻱㻺㼋㻭㻰㻶㼋㻱㻾㻾㻌  After completion of the operation. (Refer to the item of the copy color balance/density check. there may be another cause. (Forcible execution) Enter the SIM 44-26 mode and press [PRINT] key.7<&255(&7>@  㻻㻷 㻷㻝㻙㻷㻠㻌㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚 㻌 㻷㻡㻙㻷㻤㻌㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻌  㻷㻥㻙㻷㻝㻞㻌㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚㻘㼚㼚㼚㼚 㻌 (Abnormal end (Auto transition)) 6LP'(16. Sim44-26 DENSITY CORRECT Press OK Key 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌EXEC 3 It takes several minutes to complete the operation. (Normal end (Auto transition)) 6LP'(16.) If the copy color balance and density are not adjusted to the specified level. and try all the procedures of the print image adjustment from the beginning.

text. Copy MODE Monochrome mode Manual Auto Manual Color mode Auto 46-01 46-02 46-04 46-05 46-08 46-09 46-19 46-21 46-23 46-24 46-27 46-32 46-37 46-39 46-40 46-41 46-42 46-43 46-51 46-52 46-54 Color copy density adjustment (for each color copy mode) (separately for the lowdensity area and the high-density area) (No need to adjust normally) Monochrome copy density adjustment (for each monochrome copy mode) (separately for the low-density area and the high-density area) (No need to adjust normally) Color image send mode image density adjustment (for each mode) (No need to adjust normally) Monochrome image send mode image density adjustment (for each mode) (No need to adjust normally) Image send mode RGB color balance adjustment (separately for the low-density area and the high-density area) (No need to adjust normally) RSPF mode (Copy/Scan/FAX) density adjustment (No need to adjust normally) Automatic monochrome (Copy/Scan/FAX) mode document density scanning operation (exposure operation) conditions setting (Normally no need to set) Copy color balance and density adjustment (Manual adjustment) Copy high density image density reproduction setting (Normally unnecessary to the setting change) Copy color balance and density adjustment (Automatic adjustment) Color copy. Normally there is no need to execute this adjustment. Map mode) (No need to adjust normally) Document low density image density reproduction adjustment in the automatic monochrome (Copy/Scan/FAX) mode (No need to adjust normally) (Background density adjustment in the scanning section) Monochrome (Copy/Scan/FAX) mode color document reproduction adjustment (No need to adjust normally) FAX send image sharpness adjustment FAX send image density adjustment (Collective adjustment of all the modes) FAX send image density adjustment (Normal text mode) FAX send image density adjustment (Fine text mode) FAX send image density adjustment (Super fine mode) Gamma manual adjustment for the copy mode heavy paper and the image process mode (dither) (No need to adjust normally) Gamma default setting for the copy mode heavy paper and the image process mode (dither) Used to reset the copy color balance adjustment (auto adjustment for each dither) IMAGE SEND(SCAN) MODE Monochrome mode Auto Manual Auto Manual Color mode FAX Printer O O - - - - - - - - - - O O - - - - - - - - - - O O - - - - - - - - - - O O - - - - - - O O - - - - O O O O O O O O O - - - O - - - O - O - O O - - - - - - - - O O O O - - - - - O(*1) O O O O - - - - - O(*1) O O - - - - - - - - - - O - - - O O O - - - - - - - O(Gray mde) O(Gray mde) - - - - - - - - - - O - - - - - - - - - O - - - - - - - - - O - - - - - - - - - O - - - - - - - - - O - O O O O - - - - - - O O O O - - - - - - O O O O - - - - - - *1: Only the changed scanner target value is related.This adjustment is used to execute the fine adjustment in each mode only when a satisfactory image quality is not obtained by the basic adjustments ADJ 10B and ADJ 10C or there is a request from the user. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 37 . line image reproduction adjustment (edge gamma. 9-D Copy / Image send / FAX image quality adjustment (Individual adjustment) a. the adjustment result may be applied to the image send mode and the FAX mode as well as the copy mode. This must be well understood for execution of the adjustment. General In this adjustment. density adjustment) (Text.

Display/Item Text Text/Printed Photo Photograph Text Text/Printed Photo Photograph 00 Select the copy mode to be adjusted with [UP] or [DOWN] keys.99 Default 50 50 50 50 50 50 Make a copy and check the adjustment result. When the adjustment value is increased. * When there is necessity to change all copy density by each the copy mode individually. * When a proper density copy is not obtained in the monochrome automatic copy mode. and adjust and check the adjustment result.99 1 . Setting range 1 . ADJ (BW COPY) The density is adjusted in each copy mode individually. Sim46-2 EXP.9-D Color copy density adjustment (for each color copy mode) (separately for the lowdensity area and the high-density area) (No need to adjust normally) * When there is request from the user.99 1 . and adjust and check the adjustment result. * When there is request from the user. When adjusting the copy density on the high density part. 4) Make a copy and check the adjustment result. change the setting. Repeat switching the adjustment simulation mode and the normal copy mode and changing the adjustment value and checking the copy until a satisfactory result is obtained. select "HIGH" mode and change the adjustment value.99 1 . 1) Enter the SIM 46-2 mode. the copy density is decreased. 1 2 3 4 5 6 When adjusting the copy density on the low density part.99 1 .99 1 . Sim46-1 EXP. This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: 1: LOW 2: HIGH * When there is necessity to change the copy density of the low density and high density part at each copy density individually. When adjusting the copy density on the high density part. select "LOW" mode and change the adjustment value. Repeat switching the adjustment simulation mode and the normal copy mode and changing the adjustment value and checking the copy until a satisfactory result is obtained. 1) Enter the SIM 46-19 mode. * When there is necessity to change all copy density by each the copy mode individually. ADJ (CL COPY) 1: LOW 2: HIGH 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 _ 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 3) 0_ 0 3) 00 LOW LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH Setting range 1 . * When there is necessity to change the density gradient of the copy by each the copy mode individually. When the adjustment value is decreased. Sim46-19 EXP.99 Default 50 50 50 50 50 50 Enter the adjustment value with 10-key and press [OK] key. the copy density is decreased. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 38 [ 0- 1] 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 0 .99 1 . the copy density is increased. * When a document with images near its lead edge is copied. the copy density is increased. Switch the adjustment simulation mode and the normal copy mode alternately. 9-E Monochrome copy density adjustment (for each monochrome copy mode) (separately for the low-density area and the high-density area) (No need to adjust normally) * When a document with colored background is copied. Switch the adjustment simulation mode and the normal copy mode alternately. select "LOW" mode and change the adjustment value.99 1 . 4) 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 9-F Automatic monochrome (Copy) mode document density scanning operation (exposure operation) conditions setting (Normally no need to set) Use for setting the condition of read operation (Exposure) for document density in monochrome auto copy mode.99 1 . This adjustment must be performed in the following cases: * When there is necessity to change the copy density of the low density and high density part at each copy density individually. select "HIGH" mode and change the adjustment value. ADJ (B/W AE) The density is adjusted in each copy mode individually.99 1 .99 1 . 1: AE MODE 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 _ 0_ 2: DESTINATION MODE 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 1 * When there is necessity to change the density gradient of the copy by each the copy mode individually. This setting is required in the following cases. Select the copy mode to be adjusted with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. Enter the adjustment value with 10-key and press [OK] key. Display/Item Text Text/Printed Photo Photograph Text Text/Printed Photo Photograph LOW LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH When adjusting the copy density on the low density part. 1) 2) Enter the SIM 46-1 mode. When the adjustment value is decreased. When the adjustment value is increased. When a copy with correct density is not obtained by type of document.

If a satisfactory result is not obtained. (The output image density is constant at whole area. D and F are increased. When the density of the document of the read area is dark. reproducibility of the background and the low density image is increased. When the adjustment value of the adjustment item B. * When there is request from the user. MODE2: Normal gamma 1/2 [ Set value 0 . Text/Printed Photo. 9-G Document low density image density reproduction adjustment in the automatic (Copy/Scan/FAX) mode (No need to adjust normally) (Background density adjustment in the scanning section) Use for the reproducibility adjustment of document background density in auto mode. 5) Check the copy. return to the SIM 46-27 mode and change the adjustment value. For contents of each setting item. reproducibility of the background and the low density image is decreased. Text/Photograph mode is to be changed. Sim46-27 COEF OF GAMMA SETUP 1: TEXT 2: TEXT PRT 3: PHOTO Operation in monochrome auto copy mode: When the density of the document of the read area is light.) 1 0 .250 This adjustment is required in the following cases. the image contrast of the total image is increased. When the adjustment value is increased. 3 FAX Character mode engine Gamma curve calculation coefficient TEXT PRT (INTERCEPT) Character/Photo printing mode engine Gamma curve calculation coefficient PHOTO (SLOPE) PHOTO (INTERCEPT) Image printing mode engine Gamma curve calculation coefficient Adjustment range Minimum Maximum Slope 1 99 Intercept 1 99 Slope 1 99 Intercept 1 99 Slope 1 99 Intercept 1 99 Enter the adjustment value with 10-key. (The output image density may not be constant through the whole document. refer to below. the gamma at the total image is changed. MONO COPY Content When the adjustment value is increased. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 39 . When the adjustment value is decreased. Display/Item COLOR COPY 160 9-H Color copy simple density adjustment REALTIME: Reads the density of width of the document one by one. decides the output image density according to the density of that part. 2) Content AE reactive control (COLOR COPY) AE reactive control (MONO COPY) AE reactive control (FAX) 00 Select the mode to be adjusted with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. When there is a desire to reproduce the low density image of the document. output image density is decreased by logic.250 Default 160 0 . decides the output image density according to the density of each part of the document. Enter the adjustment value with 10-key and press [OK] key. * When there is request from the user.250 Adjustment 1 MODE1: High gamma (Improves the image contrast) 1) Content AE reactive control (COLOR PUSH) AE reactive control (MONO PUSH) Set value 0 . LAEADING EDGE STOP: Reads the density of 3 . output image density is increased by logic. * When there is a desire not to reproduce the background of the document.7 mm area from leading edge of document. and vice versa.250 160 4) Press [OK] key. With this adjustment. 3) 2 Display/Item (Copy mode) TEXT (SLOPE) TEXT (INTERCEPT) TEXT PRT (SLOPE) When the adjustment values of item A.250 160 0 . Repeat the above procedures until a satisfactory result is obtained. When the adjustment value is decreased.2) Set “MODE” or “STOP” to adjustment items. Sim46-32 AE REACTION SET 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 This adjustment is required in the following cases. the image contrast of the total image is decreased. Enter the SIM 46-32 mode. Change the setting value of "MODE" or "STOP" in some cases. C and E are changed. 1) Enter the SIM 46-27 mode. the total density and the contrast can be varied. Item 1 Display AE_MODE 2 DESTINATI ON MODE Content Destination mode (1: Japan 2: Overseas) Automatic monochrome mode (0: Real time 1 : Leading edge stop) Set value Default 0-1 1 1-2 1 4 Display/Item COLOR PUSH 5 MONO PUSH * When the reproducibility is to be changed. the image density at the total image is increased. 2) TEXT TEXT PRT PHOT O 3) 1: AE CONTROL㻌 :㻌 CL 㻌 㻌 㻌COPY 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 _ 0_ 2: AE CONTROL : BW 㻌COPY 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 0 3: AE CONTROL : FAX㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 255]㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 0 Select the adjustment mode with [UP] or [DOWN] keys.) 0- Default 160 The gamma and the density of Text.

* When the RSPF unit is disassembled. This setting is normally not required.999 500 0 . When the adjustment value is increased. 1) Enter the SIM 63-12 mode. * When copy in RSPF mode differs from copy in document table mode. 1/2 [ 0- 1] 0_ 0 0 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 0 * When there is request from the user. be sure to execute the copy color balance density adjustment. * When there is desire to change reproducibility of yellow/red image in case of making a color copy of the color document in monochrome copy mode. Copy high density image density reproduction setting (Normally unnecessary to the setting change) If a tone gap occurs on part of high density in copy mode. there are case of following.100 0 . * When there is a necessity to increase the density of the part of high density. make changes to the setting: * When a tone gap occurs on part of high density. * In case of more increase of the density on high density part. the tone gap is better.100 Default 20 70 100 When the adjustment value of adjustment item 1 is increased. * U2 trouble has occurred. If these values are changed. copy density of red image is increased. a. 1: CMY 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 _ 2: K 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 3: CYAN MAX TARGET 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 This adjustment is required in the following cases. in the following cases. copy density of yellow image is decreased.9-I Monochrome (Copy/Scan/FAX) mode color document reproduction adjustment (No need to adjust normally) Sim46-23 MAX DENSITY ADJ Use to adjust the reproducibility for the red image and the yellow image when printing color document that included the red/yellow image in monochrome copy mode. Do not change the setting values of item 3. copy density of yellow image is increased. 9-J CMY (0:ENABLE 1:DISABLE) 2 K (0: ENABLE 1: DISABLE) 3 CYAN MAX TARGET 4 MAGENTA MAX TARGET 5 YELLOW MAX TARGET 6 BLACK MAX TARGET Content CMY engine maximum density correction mode Enable CMY engine maximum 1 density correction mode Disable K engine maximum density 0 correction mode Enable K engine maximum density 1 correction mode DIsable Scanner target value for CYAN maximum density correction Scanner target value for MAGENTA maximum density correction Scanner target value for YELLOW maximum density correction Scanner target value for BLACK maximum density correction Setting range Default 0-1 0 0-1 1 0 . change the setting. density of the high density part is changed. the effect of the increased amount of changing the item 3 is bigger than the one of the item 2. set 0 to item 1 and 2 The density of high density part decreases. 3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key. However. 4. copy density of red image is decreased. * When there is request from the user. Display/Item (Copy mode) 1 R-ratio 2 G-ratio 3 B-ratio Content Gray making setting (R) Gray making setting (G) Gray making setting (B) Adjustment range 0 . change the setting. Adjustment procedure 1) Enter the SIM 46-23 mode. 4) Press [OK] key. The tone gap may occur in high density part. * The CIS unit has been replaced. 5 and 6.999 500 0 . however. B with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. When the adjustment value of adjustment item 2 is decreased. * When the RSPF unit is replaced. When the adjustment value of adjustment item 3 is decreased. 2) Select the item A. When the adjustment value is decreased. However.100 0 . Sim63-12 BW IMG CREATE 1PL 1: R-ratio 2: G-ratio 3: B-ratio [ 2) 0- Display/Item 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 _ 20_ 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 70 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 10 100]㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 1 0 Select the mode to be adjusted with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. (Auto adjustment) 9-K RSPF mode (Copy/Scan/FAX) density adjustment (No need to adjust normally) This setting is normally not required.999 500 0 * If a tone gap occurs on part of high density. however. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 40 . copy density of yellow image is increased.999 500 0 . If these values are changed. * When the MFP PWB is replaced. * When copy density in RSPF mode is low or too high. set 1 to item 1 and 2. or if there is necessity to increase the density of the part of high density. When.

the menu of the user auto color calibration is not displayed in the user program mode. Make a copy in the RSPF mode and check the copy.) b. When adjusting density on high density part. 4) 0- 0_ If a satisfactory result is not obtained. General This simulation is used to improve the image quality in a certain mode. 2) Press the auto color calibration key. 3) Set the patch image (adjustment pattern) printed in the procedure 2) on the document table so that the tint color on the printed patch image (adjustment pattern) are on the left side. Enter the SIM 26-53 mode. 5) 1] When disabling. When set to enable. 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 0 Select ENABLE or DISABLE with [UP] and [DOWN] key. (Refer to the list in procedure 6. When adjusting density on low density part. This setting must be set to ENABLE only when the user's understanding on the automatic adjustment of the copy color balance and density and the user's operational ability are judged adequate enough to execute the adjustment. General In the user program mode. ADJ (SFP) Sim26-53 AUTO COLOR CALIB 1: LOW 2: HIGH 1: AUTO COLOR㻌 CALIBRATION 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 [ 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 00 2) Select the mode to be adjusted with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. Adjustment procedure b. 3) Press [OK] key. Sim46-9 EXP. set to "0" (NO). A4/11" x 8. 9-L Automatic color balance adjustment by the user (Color balance automatic adjustment ENABLE setting and adjustment) 5) Then.5" paper is automatically selected. When enabling. place 5 sheets of white paper on the above color patch image (adjustment pattern). 4) Set the color patch image (adjustment pattern) printed in procedure 4) on the document table.a. a. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 41 . input large numeric value. select "D (COPY HIGH)". At that time.99 Default 48 1 .99 48 1 . the user can execute the auto color calibration (auto adjustment of the copy color balance and density). color balance adjustment for each dither (Automatic adjustment) (No need to adjust normally) a. Repeat the above procedures until a satisfactory result is obtained. Press [OK] key. After completion of the adjustment. select "A (COPY LOW)". When set to DISABLE. Press [OK] key. input small numeric value. Enter the adjustment value with 10-key. In case of increase of image density. Or in case of diluting the image density. Adjustment procedures 1) Enter the SIM46-54 mode. 2) Press [OK] key. 9-M Copy gamma. (Auto color calibration by the user (Auto color balance adjustment)) 1) Enter the system setting mode. This adjustment is to set Enable/Disable of the above user operation with SIM 26-53. the display returns to the original operation screen. Set the patch image so that the tint color is on the left side as shown in the figure. Item/Display 1 LOW COPY 2 SCAN 3 FAX 1 HIGH COPY 2 SCAN 3 FAX 3) Content SPF copy mode exposure adjustment (Low density side) SPF scanner mode exposure adjustment (Low density side) SPF FAX mode exposure adjustment (Low density side) SPF copy mode exposure adjustment (High density side) SPF scanner mode exposure adjustment (Low density side) SPF FAX mode exposure adjustment (High density side) Setting range 1 .99 53 2) 3) Press [OK] key.99 53 1 . the color balance adjustment is executed automatically. Setting procedure 1) 1) Enter the SIM 46-9 mode.99 53 1 . The color patch image (adjustment pattern) is printed. set to "1" (Yes).99 48 1 . return to the SIM 46-9 mode and change the adjustment value. Place 5 sheets of white paper on the printed patch image (adjustment pattern). The color patch image (adjustment pattern) is printed out. operation procedures must be fully explained to the user.

To complete the adjustment and enable the adjustment result. a.5" paper is automatically selected. load paper in the manual paper feed tray. 3) Input the adjustment value with 10 keys and press [OK] key. b. Note for the color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) 1) After execution of the copy color balance/density adjustment. 10) Make a copy. *1: When performing adjustments in the heavy paper mode. General The color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) is used to adjust the copy density of CMYK.ADJ 10 Printer color balance/density adjustment (No need to adjust normally) 10-A Printer color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) (No need to adjust normally) This adjustment is needed in the following situations: * Even if the automatic adjustment is done. When a fine adjustment is required. density) may not be obtained. When there is request from the user for changing (customizing) the color balance. 1 /6 [ 1 – 999]㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 The color balance and the density are automatically adjusted. 6) Select an adjustment item (for each dither). When the auto color balance adjustment is done by SIM 46-24. When the result of auto adjustment described above is not existing within the range of reference. Adjustment item to improve the density and gradation in the monochrome text mode and the text/photo printing mode. use the recommended color paper. The patch image (adjustment pattern) is printed out. The list of the adjustment items (for each dither) is displayed. Adjustment value can be set in the range of 1 to 255. press [OK] key. copy color balance adjustment is not proper result. The adjustment value in this mode becomes 128. and execute this adjustment for better efficiency. This manual adjustment is executed only for adjusted properly in the automatic adjustment. The color balance and the density are automatically adjusted. which could not Enter the 67-25 mode. c. even if RGB adjustment of copy function is done. 8) In the monochrome mode. 7) Press [START] key. 5) Press [OK] key. Sim67-25 PRT CL BLNC MAN Set the patch image (adjustment pattern) printed in the procedure 7) on the document table so that the tint color on the printed patch image (adjustment pattern) are on the left side. 1䠖 K 2䠖 C 3䠖 M 1 /2 㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 0 00 [OK] Sim67-25 PRT CL BLNC MAN 9) 1䠖 POINT01 2䠖 POINT02 3䠖 POINT03 Press [START] key. only the monochrome pattern is printed. 4) Press [START] key. MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 42 . Select item (Mode/ Image) Heavy Paper*1 Color ED B/W ED B/W 600dpi Content Adjustment item to improve the color balance in the heavy paper mode Adjustment item to improve the density and gradation in the color text mode and the text/ photo printing mode. the customer asks you to adjust the copy color. (For the recommended paper. And more. The adjustment pattern is printed out. Check it for any abnormality.) If the other kind of paper is used for the color balance adjustment. 128 㻌 128 128 㻌㻌㻌㻌 㻌 128 1 2) Select the adjustment point with [UP] or [DOWN] keys. refer to [2]. This is used at the following situation. Adjustment procedure 1) A4/11" x 8. Adjustment item to improve the density and gradation in the monochrome text mode and the text/photo printing mode. 2) For the color balance adjustment. Use SIM46-52 to reset the adjustment values to the default values. and the machine goes to the state of procedure 6). * Even if the auto adjustment is done properly. If the color balance is improper. and check the copy image quality. Place 5 sheets of white paper on the printed patch image (adjustment pattern). execute the automatic color balance adjustment in advance. the proper image quality (color balance. the copy color is not improved.

change the position in the arrow direction A.To increase the density. * When an image deflection or an image blur is generated in the paper rear edge section. [ 2) 0- 13] 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 0 Enter the adjustment value and press the [OK] key. there are case of following. * The CIS unit has been replaced. 0-1 0 1 The density of high density part decreases. decrease the adjustment value. * When the MFPC PWB is replaced. 1: A PATCH INPUT 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 _ ADJ 11 Fusing paper guide position 0_ adjustment Normally there is no need to perform this adjustment. Display/Item 1 10-B Printer density adjustment (low density part density adjustment) (Normally unnecessary to adjust) CMY PROIBIT Content 0 1 This procedure is to adjust image density of low density area in printer mode. * When wrinkles are generated on paper.0mm This procedure is to adjust image density of low density area in printer mode. change the position in the arrow direction B. * In case of more increase of the density on high density part. Sim67-36 HIGH LIGHT DENSITY ADJ (NOTE) If the setting values of item 1 or 2 are changed. set 0 to item A and B * U2 trouble has occurred. 0_ 0 0 MX-C250 ADJUSTMENTS 5 – 43 . The standard fixing position is the center part of the screw holes. increase the adjustment value.0mm position from the standard position Fixed at the standard position 10-C Printer high density part density correction setting (high density part tone gap countermeasure) (Normally unnecessary to the setting change) Fusing paper guide (+) direction is the direction which gets away from the heating roller. * When a tone gap occurs on part of high density. Sim67-34 PRT MAX DENSITY 1: CMY PROIBIT㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 _ 2: K PROHIBIT 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 [ 0- 1] 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌 Normally. In case of increase of the image density on low density part. change the setting. perform this adjustment.0mm +0.5mm -1. the hole on the fusing paper guide standard fixing position is used to fix the fusing paper guide.5mm position from the standard position Fixed at the -1. When. the tone gap is better. set 1 to item A and B. 1) Change the screw position of the fusing paper guide by referring the figure. * When there is request from the user. density of the high density part is changed. 0 1 This adjustment is required in the following cases. conversely. In case of increase of the image density on low density part. a. * U2 trouble has occurred. The tone gap may occur in high density part. * When the MFP PWB is replaced. decrease the adjustment value. increase the adjustment value. When reproduction of low density image is not required. 1) Default * If a tone gap occurs on part of high density. * When reproduction of low density image is required. A (+) direction This setting normally not required. * When a paper jam occurs in the fusing section. increase the adjustment value. +1. 2) Enter the adjustment value and press the [OK] key. 2 K PROHIBIT Adjust to reproduction (not reproduction) setting of the low density image. * When wrinkles are made on paper in the fusing section. (-) direction is the direction close to the heating roller. 2) Fixed at the +0. Adjustment procedure 1) Enter the SIM 67-34 mode. For diluting the image density on low density part. In the following cases. However. CMY engine maximum density correction mode Enable CMY engine maximum density correction mode Disable K engine maximum density correction mode Enable K engine maximum density correction mode Disable Setting range 0-1 Enter the SIM 67-36 mode. Change the position according to the situation. To decrease the density. however. * When an image deflection or an image blur is generated in the paper rear edge section. Repeat the procedure 2) to 3) until a satisfactory result is obtained. B (-) direction * When there is necessity to increase the density of the part of high density.5mm Standard position -0.

turn OFF/ON the main power source. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 1 . data check. Starting the simulation Entering the simulation mode 1) Machine in Copy mode: Select [READ-END] (#) key -> Asterisk (*) key -> [C] key -> Asterisk (*) key -> Ready for input of main code of simulation. identify the trouble position and causes in an earlier stage. press [CA] key. To change the main code and the sub code. 1) Various adjustments 2) Setting of the specifications and functions 3) Canceling troubles 4) Operation check 5) Counters check. 2) Entering a main code with the 10 key -> [OK]/[START] key ON. clear. a malfunction may result.1 ‘13/Aug 2 ‘13/Oct 4 ‘14/Apr MX-C250 [6] SIMULATION Service Manual 1. 5) The machine enters the mode corresponding to the selected item.) data transport. 3) Entering a sub code with the 10 key -> [OK]/[START] key ON. setting. Canceling the simulation mode to return to the normal mode 1) Press [CA] key. operation. The operating procedures and displays depend on the design of the operation panel of the machine. CAUTION: Do not turn OFF the power when the machine is in the simulation mode. A. In this case. and make various setups and adjustments speedily for improving the serviceability of the machine. etc. To cancel the current simulation mode. 7) Various (adjustments. press [C] key. If the power switch should be turned OFF in the simulation mode. Press [OK]/[START] key or [EXECUTE] key to start the simulation operation. General (Including basic operations) The simulation mode has the following functions. counters. clear 6) Machine operating conditions (operation hysteresis). setting. 4) Select an item with the Arrow key. to display the machine operating status.

/ %NTER3)-SUBCODEWITH THE KEY 3ELECTTHEMODEANDTHE ITEMWITHTHESCROLLKEY ANDTHEITEMKEY 0RESSTHE/+KEY If there is no item./ 0RESSTHE34!24KEY 9%3 3TANDBYFORENTRYOF3)SUBCODE 9%3 <Exclusion type> You have to exit simulation mode before entering into this mode for self printing type./ $ATACLEAR ./ 4HECHANGEDCONTENT ISSTORED 9%3 %NTERTHENEWSETTINGAND ADJUSTMENTVALUES 4HESIMULATIONMODE ISCANCELED 0RESSTHE%8%#54%KEY AND/+KEY /PERATIONISMADEACCORDING TOTHESELECTEDMODEANDITEM ./ $OYOU WANTTOENDTHE SIMULATION 0RESSTHE%8%#54%KEY AND/+KEY 4HEDISPLAYISMADEACCORDINGTO THESELECTEDSOMEANDTHEITEM 9%3 0RESSTHE%8%#54%KEY AND/+KEY 4HESELECTEDMODEAND THEITEMARECLEARED ./ /PERATINGCONDITIONS CHECK . 9%3 0RESSTHE%8%#54%KEY AND/+KEY MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 2 9%3 0RESSTHECLEARALLKEY . OFF/ON message is displayed by the 0RESSTHE#LEARKEY SYSTEM SETTINGS key./ 9%3 )SITTHESAME SIMULATIONMAIN CODE In the power OFF/ON type simulation./ 9%3 !DJUSTMENTS ORSETTINGCOUNTERDATA CHANGE  $OYOUWANT TOPERFORMANOTHER SIMULATION 9%3 . )STHEREASUBCODE .34!24#OPYMODE 0RESSTHE0ROGRAMKEY 0RESSTHEASTERISK KEY 0RESSTHE#LEARKEY 0RESSTHE0ROGRAMKEY 3TANDBYFORENTRYOF 3)-CODE 0RESSTHE#LEARKEY %NTERTHEMAINCODEOF 3)-WITHTHE KEY 4HEMAINCODEOF3)ISDISPLAYED . /PERATIONCHECK ./ /PERATIONISMADEACCORDING TOTHESELECTEDMODEANDTHEITEM /THERMODES 4HEDISPLAYISMADEACCORDING TOTHESELECTEDMODEANDTHEITEM $OYOU WANTTOCHANGETHE CONTENT .

Used to display the use status of the toner cartridge. (Only when FAX is installed) Used to clear the counters related to the scan mode and the image send. Used to set the machine to the factory default settings. Used to check the operations of the auto document feed unit and the control circuit.) Used to display the toner density correction data. U1 troubles. (After replacement of developer. and the trouble counter. Used to check the operations of the loads in the auto document feed unit and the control circuit. ADU FAX SPF/RSPF Process Process Process (Developing section) Image process (Photoconductor/ Developing/Transfer/Cleaning) Process Process .) Used to check the total numbers of misfeed and troubles. Used to output the trouble history list of paper jam and misfeed. Used to check the print count value in each section and each operation mode. (After completion of maintenance. Used to check the operation of the display. Used to set the operating intermittent aging cycle. The document reading number of sheets setting (for aging operation) Used to check and adjust the operations of the developing voltage in each print mode and the control circuit. (When the number of total jam is considerably great. (When the number of misfeed is considerably great. toner density control voltage. Used to check the use frequency (send/receive) of FAX. Used to check the trouble (self diag) history. Used to check the operations of the sensors and the detectors in the document feed unit section and the control circuits. the firmware version. the low speed are also adjusted simultaneously.) Used to check misfeed positions and the misfeed count of each position. Used clear the printer mode print counter and the self print mode print counter. (After completion of maintenance. Used to display the history of clear data. * When the middle speed is adjusted. the RSPF. Used to check the operation of the discharge lamp and the control circuit.) Used to check the operating time of the process section (OPC drum. it can be judged as necessary for repair. and the scan (reading) unit. (Not used in the market.) 5 3 1 2 3 4 1 6 7 2 3 90 1 6 9 12 1 8 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 22 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 18 19 23 2 1 2 3 4 24 25 5 6 9 10 15 35 1 2 4 5 Section Scanner (reading) Scanner (reading) SPF SPF SPF Operation panel Fusing Scanner (reading) Process Paper transport/Paper exit section Others Process (Transfer) Others SPF/RSPF Process (Developing) Process (Charging) Process (Transport) Process (Developing) MFP PWB / PCU PWB / SCU PWB MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 3 Firmware Paper feed. LCD in the operation panel. H5. Used to check the operations of each fan motor and its control circuit. Used to clear the FAX counter. the counter list and the process control data. and control circuit. Used to check the ROM version of each unit (section). the judgment is made that repair is required. and the scan (reading) unit counter. Used to check the values of the counters related to the scan . (If the number of troubles of misfeed is considerably great. Used to check the operations of the load in the paper transport system (clutches and solenoids) and the control circuits. Used to check the operations of the toner supply mechanism (toner motor) and the related circuit. FAX soft switch counter). Used to output various adjustment/setting data (simulations. H4. Used to set the operating conditions of aging. Used to check the operation of the scanner lamp and the control circuit. Used to clear the finisher. (Not used in the market. clear the counters.image send. Used to check the operations of the primary transfer unit and the control circuit. * When the middle speed is adjusted. toner cartridge). List of simulation codes Main 1 Sub 1 2 1 10 14 6 1 - Functions Used to check the operation of the scanner (reading) unit and the control circuit.) Used to clear the developer counter.(Automatic adjustment) Used to display the operation data of the toner supply quantity. Display the value of the selected sensor and register the toner density control value. 21 1 Used to set the maintenance cycle. * Presumption of the faulty point by this data is possible. Used to check the operation of the heater lamp and the control circuit. internal hardware). Used to cancel the self-diag H3. 2 2 16 - Used to cancel the self-diag "U2" trouble. SPF/RSPF. Used to check and adjust the operation of the transfer voltage and the control circuit. clear the counter.) Used to clear the number of use (the number of prints) of each paper feed section. developer adjustment area and sensitivity adjustment value by driving the all drum motors. Color setting in the color copy test mode (Used to check the copy operation and the image quality for each color). Used to check and adjust the operation of the main charger grid voltage in each printer mode and the control circuit. Used to check the system configuration (option.) Used to clear the jam counter. Used to clear the maintenance counter. it is judged as necessary for repair.) Used to clear the copy counter. Used to check the number of use (print quantity) of each paper feed section. Used to check the sensors in the scanner (reading) section and the related circuits.2. Used to check the number of operations (counter value) of the finisher. the printer counters of the transport unit and the fusing unit. Used to clear the usage number of toner cartridge Used to check the operations of the developing section. clear the counters. the low speed are also adjusted simultaneously. (Used to check the maintenance timing. (Only when FAX is installed) Used to check the RSPF misfeed positions and the number of misfeed at each position. DV unit.

Used to adjust the OPC drum phase. 1 Used to set each correction operation function in the image forming (process) section. 12 Used to display the operation data of the high density process control and the image density sensor (registration sensor). Used to set the environment correction under high temperature and high humidity (H/H) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-1) in each paper mode.) Used to set the operation mode corresponding to the CE mark (Europe safety standards). Used to set the correction of the temperature adjustment value of SIM 43-1 and 43-4. Used to execute the half tone process control compulsorily.) of the destination. 14 Used to display the output level of the temperature and humidity sensor. Used to display the correction target and the correction level in the half tone process control operation. etc. Used to set the environment correction under low temperature and low humidity (L/L) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-4) in each paper mode.Main Sub 6 18 24 Functions Used to set the specifications (paper. Used to check the operations of the sensors and the detectors in other than the paper feed section and the control circuits. (FSS function) Used to set the FSS function connection test mode. 15 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 37 43 62 Used to display the toner density control data. 30 26 27 30 35 38 53 54 69 73 2 4 7 14 15 16 1 1 4 20 43 21 22 23 44 9 Used to display the result data of the high density process control operation. (For slow start to drive the fusing heater lamp) Used to set the display mode of SIM 22-4 trouble history when a same trouble occurred repeatedly. Used to set Continue/Stop of print when the maintenance life is reached.) Used to set the environmental correction under low temperature and low humidity (L/L) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-1) in each paper mode. Used to set the operating conditions of the process control during a job. Used to set the process control execution conditions. (Continued from SIM 43-1. There are two display modes: display as one trouble and display as several series of troubles. Used to display the FSS connection status. Used to clear the correction data of the half tone process control. fixed magnification ratio. Used to set the calculating conditions of the correction value for the half tone process control. Used to set the conditions of the high density process control operation. User auto color calibration (color balance adjustment) Inhibit/Allow setting (copy mode) User auto color calibration (color balance adjustment) Inhibit/Allow setting (printer mode) Used to set the operating conditions for toner near end. (Manual adjustment) Used to set the development bias correction level in the continuous printing operation. (For the Japan and the UK versions. Used to set the fusing reference temperature of each operation mode. alert callout. Used to set the half tone process control target. Used to display the toner patch density level in the half tone process control operation. Used to execute the high density process control forcibly. Used to set the FSS alert send. Used to set the fusing temperature 2 in each mode. Used to display the identification information of the developing unit. Used to set the environment correction under high temperature and high humidity (H/H) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-4) in each paper mode. Used to set the sender's registration number and the HOST server telephone number. (FSS function) Used to set of the enable. 2 4 6 Used to adjust the sensitivity of the image density sensor (registration sensor). Used to set Toner save setting. development)/Fusing/LSU Developing system Process Process Process Process Process Process Process Process Process Developing system . (FSS function) Used to set the initial call and toner order auto send. Used to set Disable/Enable of the toner save mode operation. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 4 Section Image process (Photoconductor/ Developing/Transfer/Cleaning) Process Process Process Image process (Photoconductor/ Developing/Transfer/Cleaning) Image process (Photoconductor/ Developing) Process (OPC drum. Used to set the calibration data of the color image sensor (image registration sensor F).

Used to set the AE reactivity control. 12 Used to set the target color balance of the copy mode auto color balance adjustment. Used to perform the FPGA update. (Fine) Used to adjust the FAX send image density.) Used to adjust the document lead edge reference and the SPF mode document scan position. Used to adjust the sharpness of FAX send images. Used to perform scanner (CIS) color balance and gamma auto adjustment. Used to perform the scanner (CIS) color balance and gamma default setting. (Self print) (PCL) Printer test print. (Self print) (Monochrome mode) Printer test print. (Main scan direction. (SOFT SW) Used to backup the data in the EEPROM and Flash memory (including user authentication data) to the USB memory. (Normal) Used to adjust the FAX send image density. Used to adjust the contact pressure (deflection amount) on paper by the main unit and the RSPF resist roller.Main Sub 1 2 4 5 9 19 46 21 23 24 27 32 37 39 40 41 42 43 51 52 54 48 49 1 6 1 2 1 5 6 10 50 12 20 22 1 51 53 55 56 60 61 63 64 2 8 9 10 1 2 3 2 Functions Used to adjust the copy density in the color copy mode. 1 2 4 5 6 Test print. Used to adjust the color document reproducibility in the monochrome copy mode.) Used to perform the scan image off-center position adjustment. Used to adjust the FAX send image density. Used to perform the firmware update. Copy color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) Used to set the density correction of copy high density section (High density tone gap supported). (Super Fine) Used to adjust the gamma for the copy mode heavy paper mode and the image process mode. 1 3 4 1 2 3 5 Used to check the LSU polygon motor rotation and laser detection.) Used to reset the copy color balance adjustment (auto adjustment for each dither).) Image registration adjustment (Manual adjustment) Used to adjust the image registration. 65 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 5 Section RSPF LSU Scanner Scanner . (The adjustment is made separately for each paper feed section. and line image edges.) 5 Used to print out the each data and simulation list 1 Used to check the operations (read/write) of the MFP PWB memory. (PRINTER MODE) Used to adjust the copy image position and the image loss. (Self print) Printer test print. Used to adjust the copy density in the monochrome copy mode. (Collective adjustment of all the modes) Used to adjust the FAX send image density. (Self print) (PS) 10 Used to set the display of key standby time. (This adjustment is performed when there is a considerable variation in the print image position on the paper or when paper jams frequently occur. Used to adjust the density in the monochrome image send mode. Copy image position. (RSPF mode) Used to adjust the black print image magnification ratio and the off-center position. Used to adjust the rotation speed of each motor. (The adjustment is made separately for each scan mode. Used to perform shading. Color balance adjustment (Auto adjustment) Used to adjust the gamma/density of copy images. Used to set the operating conditions for the density scanning (exposure) of monochrome auto copy mode documents. (LSU unit) Used to display the shading correction result. (SOFT SW) Used to set the specifications of the scanner control operation. (The set values of SIM46-51 and SIM46-54 are set to the default values. Used to adjust the scan image density. sub scan direction) (Auto adjustment)/OPC drum phase adjustment (Auto adjustment) Used to adjust the ON/OFF timing of the secondary transport voltage. Used to adjust the scan image magnification ratio (in the main scanning direction and the sub scanning direction). Used to adjust the density in the color image send mode. texts. (Self print) (Color mode) Test print. (Corresponding to the device cloning and the storage backup. Used to detect the dirt of the SPF Used to set the display of the dirt detection position of the SPF Used to set the specifications of the engine control operations. (SOFT SW) Used to set the specifications of the controller operation. Used to set the laser power Used to print the print image skew adjustment pattern. (Manual adjustment) Used to reset the copy color balance adjustment (adjustment for each dither) to the default value. image loss adjustment Used to adjust the print lead edge image position.

Used to output all image data saved in the image memory of FAX part.) MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 6 Section FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX FAX Printer Printer Printer Printer Printer . Used to set the density correction in the printer high density section. Used to execute the send test and display the time for sending (receiving) the image data during sending the test data on LCD. (Support for the high density section tone gap) Used to adjust the density in the low density section. Printer color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) Used to clear the calibration value. Used to check the fixed data received from the line and to display the result. Used to print the selected items (FAX setting list. The display is highlighted by status change. Used to enter a country code and set the default value for the country code. Used to execute detection of various signals with the line connected and to display the detection result. Used to display the TEL/LIU status change. Used to clear the FAX image data. Used to reset the printer color balance adjustment (adjustment for each dither) to the default value. software SW list. Used to send the selected sound messages to the line and the speaker. When a signal is detected. protocol monitor). (The set values of SIM67-33 are set to the default values. Used to send the DTMF signal to the line and the speaker. Used to send the selected signal at 300bps to the line and the speaker. Used to set ON/OFF the port for output to TEL/LIU. Used to change the gamma of the printer screen. the display is highlighted.150) on the LCD to allow changing the soft SW while checking with the LCD.Main 66 Sub 1 2 4 7 8 10 11 13 17 21 30 31 32 33 34 67 25 31 33 34 36 52 Functions Used to display the FAX-related soft SW (2 . Used to execute the dial send test. Used to send the selected signals to the line and the main unit speaker.

When "MHPS" is highlighted. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. transport.0mm/s) 600DPI(56. Details of simulation 2-2 Purpose 1 Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the sensors and the detectors in the document feed unit section and the control circuits. The RSPF repeats paper feed. Section RSPF Operation/Procedure SPFM_F SPFM_R SPUS SRVC 1) Select the operation mode and the speed with 10keys. and paper exit operations at the speed corresponding to the scan resolution (operation speed). The selected load performs the operation. . Scanning is once performed at the speed corresponding to the scan resolution (operation speed).0mm/s) 400DPI(42. the operation is terminated. the operation is terminated. 2 SSPF SPFM 2-1 Purpose Operation test/check RSPF Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the auto document feed unit and the control circuit. No. When [STOP] key is pressed. Operation/Procedure Item Operation test/check Scanner (reading) Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the loads in the auto document feed unit and the control circuit. 2) Press [[OK]/[START] key.0mm/s) The operating conditions of the sensors and detectors are displayed. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Display Operation mode MONO300S MONO600S COLOR300S COLOR600S MONO300S MONO600S COLOR300S COLOR600S MONO300D MONO600D COLOR300D COLOR600D Monochrome 300DPI Single Monochrome 600DPI Single Color 300DPI Single Color 600DPI Single Monochrome 300DPI Single Monochrome 600DPI Single Color 300DPI Single Color 600DPI Single Monochrome 300DPI duplex Monochrome 600DPI duplex Color 300DPI duplex Color 600DPI duplex SPF transport motor Default value MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 7 SPF transport motor (normal rotation) SPF transport motor (reverse rotation) SPF paper feed roller solenoid Reverse clutch . the scanner unit is in the home position.0mm/s) 600DPI(28. Section SSPF/RSPF Operation/Procedure The code names of the sensors and the detectors which are active are highlighted. 1-1 Purpose Section Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operation of the scanner (reading) unit and the control circuit. OC SCAN 1 2 3 4 5 6 Display Operation mode MONO300 MONO400 MONO600 COLOR300 COLOR400 COLOR600 1-2 Purpose Default value 300DPI(112. 1) Select a target item of the operation check with 10 keys. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. When [STOP] key is pressed. Section Operation/Procedure RSPF Operation/Procedure The operating status of the sensor is displayed. Item SSPF RSPF No.0mm/s) 300DPI(56.3.0mm/s) 400DPI(84. Section Scanner (reading) 1) Select the operation speed with 10 keys. SSPF Sensor name SPPD1 SPED Contents SPF transport detector 1 SPF document empty detector RSPF Sensor name SPPD1 SPPD2 SPED SCOV Contents SPF transport detector 1 SPF transport detector 2 SPF document empty detector SPF cover open/close detector 2-3 Purpose Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the sensors in the scanner (reading) section and the related circuits.

Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of each fan motor and its control circuit. Section 0 Paper transport/Paper exit section Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be operation checked with 10 keys. 㻌㻌㻌 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the load in the paper transport system (clutches and solenoids) and the control circuits. each LED is lighted. The discharge lamp lights up for 30 sec. Name Item/Display 5-2 Purpose FUM Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operation of the heater lamp and the control circuit. The copy lamp lights up for 10 sec. the operation is terminated. Section Fusing Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. it will be switched to [Key input check] mode. Load operation check method: The load operation is checked by the operation sound. Section Others Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be operation checked with 10 keys.2 ‘13/Oct 5 5-4 Purpose 5-1 Function (Purpose) Used to check the operation of the discharge lamp and the control circuit. The heater lamp operates ON/OFF. The selected load performs the operation. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.. LCD in the operation panel. 6-2 Purpose 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. the operation is terminated. DL_K DL_C DL_M DL_Y Discharge lamp for K Discharge lamp for C Discharge lamp for M Discharge lamp for Y 6 6-1 Purpose Sim5-1 LCD/LED CHK. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. the operation is terminated. and control circuit Section Operation test/check Operation panel Operation/Procedure Process Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be operation checked with . Item MONO COLOR Contents Turn on the lamp for monochrome Turn on the lamp for color Note Turn on G color lighting Turn on RGB color lighting in order. When [OK]/[START] KEY is pressed during the operation. NOTE: [Key input check] mode is to check if the keys on the operation panel can be detected physically. During this period. When [STOP] key is pressed. 5-3 Purpose CPUC Scanner (reading) Operation/Procedure C2LUM C2PFC C2TRC Fusing motor Paper feed tray 1 paper feed clutch PS clutch Manual paper feed clutch Paper delivery clutch Paper delivery / switch back clutch ADU transport clutch 1 Process control shutter solenoid Paper feed tray 2 paper feed motor Paper feed tray 2 lift up motor Paper feed tray 2 paper feed clutch Paper feed tray 2 paper transport clutch Content Fusing motor middle speed drive ON/OFF CPUC1 Signal ON/OFF RRC Signal ON/OFF MPUC1 Signal ON/OFF POC Signal ON/OFF PORC Signal ON/OFF ADUC1 Signal ON/OFF PCSS Signal ON/OFF C2MM Paper feed speed drive ON/OFF C2LUM Signal ON/OFF C2PFC Signal ON/OFF C2TRC Signal ON/OFF 1) Select the item to be operation checked with . ADUC PCSS C2MM Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operation of the copy lamp and the control circuit. The selected load performs the operation. However. When [STOP] key is pressed. 㻌㻌㻌㻌 When [STOP] key is pressed. Section RRC MPFC POC PORC When [CA] key is pressed. the operation is terminated. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 8 2 . Purpose Section Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operation of the display. The LCD display contrast change and the LED lighting status are checked. The LCD is changed as shown below. there are some loads which cannot be checked with the operation sound. Sim5-1 㻌 㻌 㻌LCD/LED 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 CHK.

the transfer unit status (the operation mode position) is displayed. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Item/Display Setting value 0 0 0 0 1) Set document reading quantity with 10 key. Mode select key TC1 6 8 Operation test/check Section 5 Setting range 0-1 0-1 Setting value 0 0 0-1 0 0-1 0 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 9 .When [STOP] key is pressed. Item/Display 1 2 3 4 K C M Y Content Setup/cancel of black Setup/cancel of cyan Setup/cancel of magenta Setup/cancel of yellow 7-12 Purpose 7-1 Purpose Function (Purpose) Used to set the operating conditions of aging.255) Operation/Procedure No. (Two or more colors can be selected.. The aging operation condition set by this mode is maintained hereafter unless the power is turned off or the setting is changed. there are some loads which cannot be checked with the operation sound. During this operation. The time entered in procedure 1) is set. Copying is performed with the selected color. The aging operation condition set by this mode is maintained hereafter unless the power is turned off or the setting is changed. 7 No. Setting range 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 Function (Purpose) The document reading number of sheets setting (for aging operation) Setting 4 0-1 Section Operation/Procedure 3 0 Operation/Procedure Function (Purpose) Used to set the machine to the factory settings. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. 1) Select the copy color with10 keys. The set value is saved. When [BACK] key is pressed. Process (Transfer) Display 7 WARMUP DISABLE DV CHECK DISABLE SHADING DISABLE CCD GAIN FREE 7-6 Purpose Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the primary transfer unit and the control circuit. the operation is terminated. The machine is rebooted in the aging mode. BLACK COLOR FREE 6-90 Purpose Operation The switching operations are repeated as follows: Drum separation position . Content Operation test/check 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Section 1 2 AGING INTERVAL MISFEED DISABLE FUSING DISABLE Aging operation setup Intermittent setup JAM detection enable/disable setup Fusing operation enable/disable setup RSPF Operation/Procedure The aging operation condition set by this mode is maintained hereafter unless the power is turned off or the setting is changed. and the transfer unit repeats operations in the mode selected in procedure 1. 1) Press [OK]/[START] key..) The key of the selected color is highlighted. Item/Display POFM PSFM LSUFM OZFM1 Content Paper exit cooling fan motor Power PWB cooling fan motor LSU cooling fan motor Ozone fan motor 1 6-3 Purpose 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. Load operation check method: The load operation is checked by the operation sound. Section 0-1 DV unit detection enable/disable setup Section Operation/Procedure Transfer mode Black mode position Color mode position Drum separation position Warm-up skip setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the operating intermittent aging cycle. (Setting range:0 . 7-9 Purpose Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Color setting in the color copy test mode (Used to check the copy operation and the image quality for each color). * The interval time that can be set is 1 to 900 (sec). The scanner is moved to the position where it can be locked. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Section Others 1) Select the target to be set with 10 keys. However. the display goes into the copy operation menu in the simulation mode.Black mode position Color mode position Setting Scanner 0 Shading disable setup 0-1 0 No setting of the CCD gain adjustment 0-1 0 Setting Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the intermittent aging operation cycle (unit: sec) with 10 key.

1 2 3 Item/ Display M GB_K M GB_C M GB_M Content K grid bias set value at middle speed C grid bias set value at middle speed M grid bias set value at middle speed Setting range 150-850 150-850 150-850 Default setting 630 630 630 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 10 Content Y grid bias set value at middle speed K grid bias set value at low speed C grid bias set value at low speed M grid bias set value at low speed Y grid bias set value at low speed Setting range 150-850 150-850 150-850 150-850 150-850 Default setting 630 615 595 595 595 . Section 4 5 6 7 8 Item/ Display M GB_Y L GB_K L GB_C L GB_M L GB_Y Process (Developing) Operation/Procedure 1) Select the process speed with 10 keys. the voltage inputted in procedure 3 is outputted for 30sec and the set value is saved. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed.8 No. * When the middle speed is adjusted.) * When the Arrow key is pressed. (The value specified on the label of the high voltage PWB must be entered. the low speed is also adjusted simultaneously. 3) Enter the adjustment value with 10 keys. the output is terminated. 3) Enter the setting value with 10 keys. No. the setting value of each item can be changed with 1up (1down) collectively. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. (The value specified on the label of the high voltage PWB must be entered. the voltage inputted in procedure 3 is outputted for 30sec and the set value is saved. 4) Press [OK]/[START] key. Section Process (Charging) Operation/Procedure 1) Select the process speed. 2) Select a target item to be adjusted with Arrow keys. the low speed are also adjusted simultaneously. Item/Display 1 M DVB_K 2 M DVB_C 3 M DVB_M 4 M DVB_Y 5 L DVB_K 6 L DVB_C 7 L DVB_M 8 L DVB_Y Content K developing bias set value at middle speed C developing bias set value at middle speed M developing bias set value at middle speed Y developing bias set value at middle speed K developing bias set value at low speed C developing bias set value at low speed M developing bias set value at low speed Y developing bias set value at low speed 8-2 Purpose Setting range Volt age 0-600 450 0-600 450 0-600 450 0-600 450 0-600 450 0-600 450 0-600 450 0-600 450 Operation test/check/adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to check and adjust the operation of the main charger grid voltage in each printer mode and the control circuit. * When the middle speed is adjusted. No. 2) Select a target item to be adjusted with Arrow keys. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. 8-1 Purpose Operation test/check/adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to check and adjust the operations of the developing voltage in each print mode and the control circuit. 4) Press [OK]/[START] key. the output is terminated.) * When the Arrow key is pressed. the setting value of each item can be changed with 1up (1down) collectively.

overtoner state may be deleted by making a few black background copy in the single color copy mode of the target color.Pole) Positive cleaning (+ Pole) Counter (+ Pole) Between paper Low speed (+ Pole) Between paper Mid speed (+ Pole) Adjustment range 0 .255 0 .255 0 . toner will be forcibly supplied to the developing unit.255 0 .255 0 . 16-Purpose If this simulation is executed with the toner cartridges installed.255 0 .255 0 .255 0 . resulting in overtoner. TNM_K TNM_C TNM_M TNM_Y ALL Section Clear/Cancel (Trouble etc.) Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the toner supply mechanism (toner supply clutch) and the related circuit. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. 1) Select a target of the operation check with 10 keys.255 0 .255 0 . When [STOP] key is pressed.255 0 . Function (Purpose) Used to cancel the self-diag "U2" trouble. H4. Operation test/check/adjustment Enter the default value specified on the following list. If this simulation is erroneously executed with the toner cartridges installed.255 0 .255 0 .255 0 . Process (Transport) Item/Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 1) Content T1 LO CL K T1 LO MI K T1 LO CL CMY T1 LO MI CMY T1 LO BW K T1 LO BW K TC2 PLN CL S TC2 PLN CL D TC2 PLN BW S TC2 PLN BW D TC2 HEV1 CL S TC2 HEV1 CL D TC2 HEV1 BW S TC2 HEV1 BW D T2 OHP CL T2 OHP BW T2 ENV CL T2 ENV BW T2 THIN CL T2 THIN BW T2 GLOS CL T2 GLOS BW T2 MNS CLEAN T2 PLS CLEAN T2 COUNTER T2 BTWN LO T2 BTWN MI Low speed mode Middle speed mode Low speed mode Middle speed mode Low speed mode Middle speed mode Front surface mode Back surface mode Front surface mode Back surface mode Front surface mode Back surface mode Front surface mode Back surface mode K Color mode Primary transfer bias adjustment value CMY Black/White mode K Color mode Standard Paper mode Black/White mode Color mode Black/White mode Secondary transfer bias adjustment value Heavy paper mode Color mode Black/White mode Color mode Black/White mode Color mode Black/White mode Color mode Black/White mode Secondary transfer cleaning bias adjustment value 10 OHP Envelope Thin Glossy Negative cleaning (. 16 NOTE: This simulation must be executed without installing the toner cartridges.255 0 .255 0 .255 0 .255 0 . U1 troubles. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed again. H5.255 0 . the operation is terminated.255 0 . Section Operation/Procedure Process (Developing) Operation/Procedure Section 1) Press [OK]/[START] key to execute cancellation of the trouble.) MFPC PWB Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key to execute cancellation of the trouble.Operation/Procedure 8-6 Purpose Select a target item to be adjusted with Arrow keys. Function (Purpose) Used to cancel the self-diag H3.255 0 .255 0 .255 0 . Toner motor K Toner motor C Toner motor M Toner motor Y Toner motor KCMY MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 11 .255 0 . the set voltage is outputted.255 Default value 95 146 139 186 95 146 103 96 90 83 83 76 76 69 69 69 69 69 96 90 83 76 59 119 119 0 0 14 10-1 Purpose 14-Purpose Operation test/check Clear/Cancel (Trouble etc. the set value is saved. Section 3) When [OK]/[START] key is pressed.. Function (Purpose) Used to check and adjust the operation of the transfer voltage and the control circuit. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.255 0 .255 0 .255 0 .

Do not change the default setting value of the maintenance counter on SIM21-1. 1) Select a target item of setting with 10 keys. use this simulation to check the ROM version. Section Operation/Procedure The trouble history is displayed from the latest one up to 30 items. it is judged as necessary for repair. the counter list and the process control data. Section MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 12 . (The old ones are deleted sequentially. (When the number of total jam is considerably great. S/N MCU BOT MCU PRG MCU PRP PNL BOT PNL PRG PNL COM PNL CPY PNL FAX 22-6 Purpose Serial No. Total output quantity Display (Counter) TOTAL OUT (BW) TOTAL OUT (COL) TOTAL (BW) Content Total output quantity of black and white Total output quantity of color Total use quantity of black and white Total use quantity TOTAL (COL) Total use quantity of full color COPY (BW) Black and white copy counter COPY (COL) Full color copy counter PRINT (BW) Black and white print counter PRINT (COL) Full color print counter Copy Print OTHER (BW) Other OTHER (COL) Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the trouble (self diag) history.) 22 22-1 Purpose Adjustment/Setting/Operation data output/ Check Function (Purpose) Used to check the print count value in each section and each operation mode. Display/Item MACHINE JAM (R)SPF JAM TROUBLE Content Machine JAM counter (R)SPF JAM counter Trouble counter 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.) Section Change the display page with Arrow keys.) Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the maintenance cycle.300: 1K .300K 999 : Free 0 : Default 1 . and upgrade the version if necessary.300: 1K .) Item/Display MAINTENANCE COUNTER (TOTAL) MAINTENANCE COUNTER (COLOR) 1 2 Default value Content Setting range Maintenance counter (Total) Maintenance counter (Color) 0 : Default 1 . Section Operation/Procedure The paper jam and misfeed history is displayed from the latest one up to 50 items. trouble counter value is displayed. (The set value is saved. Section Firmware Operation/Procedure The ROM version of the installed unit in each section is displayed.) Operation/Procedure Item 22-4 Purpose Black and white other counter Color other counter * For the list of the trouble codes: Refer to "[6] SELF DIAG AND TROUBLE CODE". * Presumption of the faulty point by this data is possible. excluding jams) Billing target (excluding self print) Billing target (excluding self print) Billing target (excluding self print) Billing target (excluding self print) Self print quantity Self print quantity 22-5 Purpose Others Function (Purpose) Used to check the ROM version of each unit (section). (Used to check the maintenance timing. the filter and PS paper dust removal cleaner may not clarify. excluding jams) Effective paper (including self print.300K 999 : Free 75K 45K 22-3 Purpose Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check misfeed positions and the misfeed count of each position. the firmware version. MCU (Boot section) MCU (Program section) MCU (Property) PNL (Boot section) PNL (Program section) PNL (Common Data) PNL (Copy Data) PNL (FAX Data) Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to output various adjustment/setting data (simulations.21 22-2 Purpose 21-1 Purpose Function (Purpose) Used to check the total numbers of misfeed and troubles. The replacement timing of the fusing cleaning roller. (The old ones are deleted sequentially. When there is any trouble in the software. Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Section Section Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure * The paper jam. NOTE All prints including jams All prints including jams Effective paper (including self print. FAX soft switch counter).

DV unit. Firmware version. SPF Process The rotating time and the print quantity of the process section are displayed. ADU Operation/Procedure The counter values related to paper feed are displayed. TRAY1 TRAY2 ADU 22-10 Purpose Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Section (The model names of the installed devices and options are displayed. Print list mode 1 2 3 4 DESK NIC WLAN NONE/MX-CS11 STANDARD NONE/STANDARD 22-11 Purpose Print content WLAN module Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the use frequency (send/ receive) of FAX. (Memory trouble. Display 22-8 Purpose Paper feed unit NIC COMM PAGE Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the number of operations (counter value) of the finisher. and the scanner related counters are displayed. Section Paper feed. COMM TIME SND RCV SND RCV PRINT PAGE Contents FAX send counter FAX receive counter FAX send time FAX receive time Number of print quantity Section Operation/Procedure The counter values of the finisher.) Section RSPF Operation/Procedure 22-9 Purpose Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the number of use (print quantity) of each paper feed section. Operation/Procedure MACHINE Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operating time of the process section (OPC drum.Operation/Procedure * When installing or servicing.) FAX PS 1 2 MAINTE 3 4 7 8 1 2 3 Main unit Display MAINTE ALL CNT MAINTE ALL DAY MAINTE ALL LIFE MAINTE ALL REMAINDER MAINTE COL CNT MAINTE COL DAY 5 6 The system configuration is displayed. etc. . (The old ones are deleted sequentially. internal hardware). the RSPF. (When the number of misfeed is considerably great. it can be judged as necessary for repair.) 1) Select the print list mode with 10 keys. this simulation is executed to print the adjustment data and set data for use in the next servicing. SPF SCAN HP_ON Document feed quantity Number of times of scan Number of scanner HP detection Total lighting time of the scanner lamp (* hour * minutes) OC LAMP TIME 22-12 Purpose Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the RSPF misfeed positions and the number of misfeed at each position. toner cartridge). etc. the RSPF. Operation/Procedure Function (Purpose) Used to check the system configuration (option. and the scan (reading) unit.) FUS 4 5 Reversing single pass feeder MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 13 MAINTE COL LIFE MAINTE COL REMAINDER FUS UNIT CNT FUS UNIT TURN FUS UNIT DAY FUS UNIT LIFE FUS UNIT REMAINDER Contents Maintenance(Total) counter Number of day that used Maintenance(Total) Maintenance(Total) life meter Maintenance(Total) remaining day Maintenance(Color) counter Number of day that used Maintenance(Color) Maintenance(Color) life meter Maintenance(Color) remaining day Fusing unit counter Fusing unit rotation number Number of day that used Fusing unit Fusing unit life meter Fusing unit remaining day . counter data. The values of the FAX send counter and the FAX receive counter are displayed. MX-C250 MX-C250E MX-C250F MX-C250FE MX-C300 MX-C300E MX-C300F MX-C300W MX-C300WE STANDARD NONE/STANDARD STANDARD 22-13 Purpose Section Tray 1 paper feed counter Tray 2 paper feed counter ADU paper feed counter (Paper reverse section) Manual paper feed counter MFT The paper jam and misfeed history is displayed from the latest one up to 50 items. PWB replacement. List (Parts related with the registration part) Data related to the process control Duplex print Section FAX Operation/Procedure 2) Press [EXECUTE] key to start printing the list selected in step 1) .

1 2 3 TC1 T 4 5 TC1 UNIT LIFE TC1 UNIT REMAINDER TC1 BELT CNT TC1 BELT TURN TC1 BELT DAY 6 7 8 9 10 TC1 BELT LIFE TC1 BELT REMAINDER TC1 BLADE CNT TC1 BLADE TURN TC1 BLADE DAY 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 TC2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 DV (K) 2 4 5 DV (C) 2 4 5 DV (M) 2 4 5 2 3 4 5 DV CTRG(K) LIFE DV CTRG(K) REMAINDER DV CTRG(C) CNT DV CTRG(C) LIFE DV CTRG(C) REMAINDER DV CTRG(M) CNT DV CTRG(M) TURN DV CTRG(M) DAY 3 1 TC2 UNIT LIFE TC2 UNIT REMAINDER TC2 CLNROLL CNT TC2 CLNROLL TURN TC2 CLNROLL DAY TC2 CLNROLL LIFE TC2 CLNROLL REMAINDER DV CTRG(K) CNT DV CTRG(C) TURN DV CTRG(C) DAY 3 1 TC1 BLADE LIFE TC1 BLADE REMAINDER TC2 UNIT CNT TC2 UNIT TURN TC2 UNIT DAY DV CTRG(K) TURN DV CTRG(K) DAY 3 1 TC1 UNIT CNT TC1 UNIT TURN TC1 UNIT DAY DV (Y) DV CTRG(M) LIFE DV CTRG(M) REMAINDER DV CTRG(Y) CNT DV CTRG(Y) TURN DV CTRG(Y) DAY DV CTRG(Y) LIFE DV CTRG(Y) REMAINDER 1st transfer unit counter 1st transfer unit rotation number Number of day that used 1st transfer unit 1st transfer unit life meter 1st transfer unit remaining day 1st transfer belt counter 1st transfer belt rotation number Number of day that used 1st transfer belt 1st transfer belt life meter 1st transfer belt remaining day 1st transfer blade counter 1st transfer blade rotation number Number of day that used 1st transfer blade 1st transfer blade life meter 1st transfer blade remaining day 2nd transfer unit counter 2nd transfer unit rotation number Number of day that used 2st transfer unit 2st transfer unit life meter 2st transfer unit remaining day 2st cleaning roller counter 2st cleaning roller rotation number Number of day that used 2st cleaning roller 2st cleaning roller life meter 2st cleaning roller remaining day Developer cartridge print counter (K) Developer cartridge rotation number(K) Number of day that used DV cartridge (K) Developer cartridge life meter (K) Developer cartridge remaining day(K) Developer cartridge print counter (C) Developer cartridge rotation number(C) Number of day that used DV cartridge (C) Developer cartridge life meter (C) Developer cartridge remaining day(C) Developer cartridge print counter (M) Developer cartridge rotation number(M) Number of day that used DV cartridge (M) Developer cartridge life meter (M) Developer cartridge remaining day(M) Developer cartridge print counter (Y) Developer cartridge rotation number(Y) Number of day that used DV cartridge (Y) Developer cartridge life meter (Y) Developer cartridge remaining day(Y) 1 DRUM (K) 2 3 4 5 1 DRUM (C) 2 3 4 5 1 DRUM (M) 2 3 4 5 1 DRUM (Y) 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 TN (K) 4 5 1 2 TN (C) 3 4 5 1 2 TN (M) 3 4 5 1 2 3 TN (Y) 4 5 1 DRUM CTRG(K) CNT DRUM CTRG(K) TURN DRUM CTRG(K) DAY DRUM CTRG(K) LIFE DRUM CTRG(K) REMAINDER DRUM CTRG(C) CNT DRUM CTRG(C) TURN DRUM CTRG(C) DAY DRUM CTRG(C) LIFE DRUM CTRG(C) REMAINDER DRUM CTRG(M) CNT DRUM CTRG(M) TURN DRUM CTRG(M) DAY DRUM CTRG(M) LIFE DRUM CTRG(M) REMAINDER DRUM CTRG(Y) CNT DRUM CTRG(Y) TURN DRUM CTRG(Y) DAY DRUM CTRG(Y) LIFE DRUM CTRG(Y) REMAINDER TN CTRG(K) CNT TN CTRG(K) TURN TN CTRG(K) DAY TN CTRG(K) LIFE TN CTRG(K) REMAINDER TN CTRG(C) CNT TN CTRG(C) TURN TN CTRG(C) DAY TN CTRG(C) LIFE TN CTRG(C) REMAINDER TN CTRG(M) CNT TN CTRG(M) TURN TN CTRG(M) DAY TN CTRG(M) LIFE TN CTRG(M) REMAINDER TN CTRG(Y) CNT TN CTRG(Y) TURN TN CTRG(Y) DAY TN CTRG(Y) LIFE TN CTRG(Y) REMAINDER OZONE FILTER 2 3 4 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 14 OZONE FILTER CNT OZONE FILTER DAY OZONE FILTER LIFE OZONE FILTER REMAINDER Drum cartridge print counter (K) Drum cartridge rotation number(K) Number of day that used Drum cartridge (K) Drum cartridge life meter (K) Drum cartridge remaining day(K) Drum cartridge print counter (C) Drum cartridge rotation number(C) Number of day that used Drum cartridge(C) Drum cartridge life meter (C) Drum cartridge remaining day(C) Drum cartridge print counter (M) Drum cartridge rotation number(M) Number of day that used Drum cartridge (M) Drum cartridge life meter (M) Drum cartridge remaining day(M) Drum cartridge print counter (Y) Drum cartridge rotation number(Y) Number of day that used Drumcartridge (Y) Drum cartridge life meter (Y) Drum cartridge remaining day(Y) Toner cartridge print counter (K) Toner cartridge rotation number(K) Number of day that used Toner cartridge (K) Toner cartridge life meter (K) Toner cartridge remaining day(K) Toner cartridge print counter (C) Toner cartridge rotation number(C) Number of day that used Toner cartridge (C) Toner cartridge life meter (C) Toner cartridge remaining day(C) Toner cartridge print counter (M) Toner cartridge rotation number(M) Number of day that used Toner cartridge (M) Toner cartridge life meter (M) Toner cartridge remaining day(M) Toner cartridge print counter (Y) Toner cartridge rotation number(Y) Number of day that used Toner cartridge (Y) Toner cartridge life meter (Y) Toner cartridge remaining day(Y) Ozone filter counter Number of day that used Toner cartridge Ozone filter life meter Toner cartridge remaining day .

(After completion of maintenance. 23 23-2 Purpose Section Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure Purpose NET SCN ORG_CL Data clear Section 22-19 NET SCN ORG_B/W 24-1 Purpose Function (Purpose) Used to clear the jam counter.) 1) Select the item to be cleared with the10 key. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. (After completion of maintenance. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. MACHINE SPF Main unit JAM counter RSPF JAM counter ADU paper feed counter (Paper reverse section) TROUBLE 24-2 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the number of use (the number of prints) of each paper feed section.image send. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.22-14 Purpose Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the usage number of toner cartridge Section Process Used to check the usage number of toner cartridge. SPF/RSPF. clear the counters. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. the judgment is made that repair is required. The target counter is cleared. SPF document feed counter (No. Contents Accumulated toner cartridge installation number Accumulated near end number Accumulated end number Remaining amount (%) Accumulated toner cartridge installation number Accumulated near end number Accumulated end number Remaining amount (%) Accumulated toner cartridge installation number Accumulated near end number Accumulated end number Remaining amount (%) Accumulated toner cartridge installation number Accumulated near end number Accumulated end number Remaining amount (%) Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to check the values of the counters related to the scan . The target counter is cleared. Tray 1 Tray 2 ADU MFT Machine JAM counter Machine JAM counter (R)SPF JAM counter Trouble counter 24-3 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the finisher. Network scanner document read quantity counter (B/W scan job) Network scanner document read quantity counter (Color scan job) 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. SPF SCAN HP_ON OC LAMP Section Operation/Procedure Press [OK]/[START] key to execute print. (If the number of troubles of misfeed is considerably great. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.) Operation/Procedure Items / Display 1 K INSTALL NN END END RESIDUAL 2 C INSTALL NN END END RESIDUAL 3 M INSTALL NN END END RESIDUAL 4 Y INSTALL NN END END RESIDUAL 24 Section Operation/Procedure Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to output the trouble history list of paper jam and misfeed. Section Operation/Procedure Used to display the counter value related to the network scanner Change the display with up/down key. and the scan (reading) unit counter. The trouble history of paper jams and misfeed is printed. The target counter is cleared. of discharged sheets) Scan counter Number of scanner HP detection Total lighting time of the scanner lamp 24-4 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the maintenance counter. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 15 . and the trouble counter. the printer counters of the transport unit and the fusing unit.) Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. clear the counters.

MAINTE ALL MAINTE COL FUS TC1 TC1 BELT TC1 BLADE TC2 TC2 CLN DV_K DV_C DV_M DV_Y DRUM_K DRUM_C DRUM_M DRUM_Y OZONE FILTER DV_K Maintenance Total (Counter) Number of day that used Maintenance Total Maintenance Color (Counter) Number of day that used Maintenance Color Fusing unit Counter Number of day that used Fusing unit Fusing unit accumulated traveling distance Primary transport unit counter Number of day that used Primary transport unit Primary transport unit accumulated traveling distance Primary transport belt counter Number of day that used Primary transport belt Primary transport belt accumulated traveling distance Primary transport blade counter Number of day that used Primary transport blade Primary transport blade accumulated traveling distance Secondary transport unit counter Number of day that used Secondary transport unit Secondary transport unit accumulated traveling distance Secondary transport cleaning roller counter Number of day that used Secondary transport cleaning roller Secondary transport cleaning roller accumulated traveling distance DV unit counter (K) Number of day that used DV unit (K) DV unit accumulated traveling distance (K) DV unit counter (C) Number of day that used DV unit (C) DV unit accumulated traveling distance (C) DV unit counter (M) Number of day that used DV unit (M) DV unit accumulated traveling distance (M) DV unit counter (Y) Number of day that used DV unit (Y) DV unit accumulated traveling distance (Y) Drum unit counter (K) Number of day that used Drum unit (K) Drum unit accumulated traveling distance (K) Drum unit counter (C) Number of day that used Drum unit (C) Drum unit accumulated traveling distance (C) Drum unit counter (M) Number of day that used Drum unit (M) Drum unit accumulated traveling distance (M) Drum unit counter (Y) Number of day that used Drum unit (Y) Drum unit accumulated traveling distance (Y) Ozone filter counter Ozone filter life meter Ozone filter remaining day Number of day that used Ozone filter 24-5 Purpose DV_C DV_M DV_Y Developer cartridge print counter (K) Developer cartridge accumulated traveling distance (cm) (K) Number of day that used developer (Day) K Developer cartridge print counter (C) Developer cartridge accumulated traveling distance (cm) (C) Number of day that used developer (Day) C Developer cartridge print counter (M) Developer cartridge accumulated traveling distance (cm) (M) Number of day that used developer (Day) M Developer cartridge print counter (Y) Developer cartridge accumulated traveling distance (cm) (Y) Number of day that used developer (Day) Y 24-6 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the copy counter. Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. COPY BW COPY COL Copy counter (B/W) Copy counter (COLOR) 24-9 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used clear the printer mode print counter and the self print mode print counter. this counter is also cleared automatically. The target counter is cleared. Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the developer counter. PRINT BW PRINT COL OTHER BW OTHER COL Print counter (B/W) Print counter (COLOR) Other counter (B/W) Other counter (COLOR) 24-10 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the FAX counter. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. (After replacement of developer. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. The target counter is cleared. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 16 SND PAGE SND TIME RCV PAGE RCV TIME FAX SEND FAX send counter FAX send time FAX receive counter FAX receive time FAX Print quantity counter . The target counter is cleared.) Section Items SEND RECEIVE Operation/Procedure PRINT 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. NOTE: When SIM22-1 is executed. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. The target counter is cleared. clear the counter. The target counter is cleared. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.

255 Display and condition in case of an error Error display Error name EE-EL EL error EE-EU EU error EE-EC EC error MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 17 Error details The sensor output level is lower than 77. Item/Display Content 1 NET SCN ORG B/W Network scanner document read quantity counter (B/W scan job) 2 NET SCN ORG CL Network scanner document read quantity counter (COLOR scan job) 24-35 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the usage number of toner cartridge.M. the average value of the toner density sampling results is set as the reference toner density control level.255 1 .255 1 .10.255 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Display during operation Item TN END CNT CLR Process speed 1) Select the item with 10 keys.255 1 . toner density control voltage. Process (Developing section) Operation/Procedure 1) Select the process speed with 10 keys. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. The detected level is displayed.M.255 1 .C. Section Operation/Procedure NOTE: When the above operation is interrupted on the way. Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys. or the control voltage level is lower than 52. or the control voltage level is higher than 207. the reference toner concentration level is not set. The target counter is cleared.Y in turn) VO_M LOW ADJ_L VO_L No 1 2 Item/Display After stopping the developing motor.M.255 1 . undertone or overtone may occur.24-15 Purpose 25-2 Purpose Data clear Setting 1) Select the item to be cleared with 10 keys.C. Do not execute this simulation except when new developer is supplied.255 1 .Y in turn) Toner density sensor control voltage level (K.Y in turn) Toner density sensor (K. TCS_K TCS_C TCS_M TCS_Y TSG_K TSG_C TSG_M TSG_Y 25 MIDDLE 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Sensor Name Contents ADJ_M Toner density sensor (K.255 1 . Function (Purpose) Display the value of the selected sensor and register the toner density control value. Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the developing section.255 1 . The developing motor rotates for 1 minutes and 30 seconds. Also when error code of EE-EC.255 1 . the reference toner density level is not set normally.255 1 . causing a trouble. The sensor output level is out of 128+/. Section Operation/Procedure No. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.C.255 1 . Section 25-1 Purpose Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/Transfer/Cleaning) Contents MIDDLE Process speed : Middle LOW Process speed : Low Toner density sensor control voltage level K Toner density sensor control voltage level C Toner density sensor control voltage level M Toner density sensor control voltage level Y Toner density sensor control level K Toner density sensor control level C Toner density sensor control level M Toner density sensor control level Y Display after completion of the adjustment Display ADJ_L_K ADJ_L_C ADJ_L_M ADJ_L_Y ADJ_M_K ADJ_M_C ADJ_M_M ADJ_M_Y VO_L_K VO_L_C VO_L_M VO_L_Y VO_M_K VO_M_C VO_M_M VO_M_Y Mode Toner density control adjustment value in the low speed process mode Toner density control adjustment value in the medium speed process mode Toner density sensor control voltage level in the low speed process mode Toner density sensor control voltage level in the medium speed process mode Range 1 .Y in turn) Toner density sensor control voltage level (K.255 1 . and the toner density sensor makes sampling of the toner density. developer adjustment area and sensitivity adjustment value by driving the all drum motors. Section Function (Purpose) Used to clear the counters related to the scan mode and the image send. If it is executed in other cases.M.C.(Automatic adjustment) 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.255 1 .255 1 . The developing motor and the OPC drum motor rotate for 3 minutes and the output level of the toner density sensor is displayed. EE-EL or EE-EU is displayed. The sensor output level is higher then 177. .

MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 18 Contents Toner sensor output block average value Current TSG environment correction value (middle speed) Current TSG print rate correction value (middle speed) Current TSG developer life correction value (middle speed) Current TSG cumulative drive area correction value (middle speed) Average coverage area Operation voltage correction value Operation voltage target value (Middle speed) Toner sensor output average value Minimu m Max 0 255 -127 127 -127 127 -127 127 -127 127 -254 254 1 255 0 255 0 255 .25-4 Purpose DELTA_DVB Function (Purpose) Used to display the toner control correction value. TSG_HUM TSG_COV K TSG_LIFE TSG_ENV DELTA_TSG DELTA_TSG TSG_TOTAL TCS_AVE. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Section IDL_DVB PROCON_DVB DV_LIFE COVERAGE_AREA ENV_AREA Process (Developing section) Operation/Procedure 1) Select the color with 10 keys. Color Toner supply FB ratio by yield count YLD_CNT_FB Operation test/check MULTI_TIME displayed items Contents YLD_CNT_FB Toner supply FB ratio by yield count DELTA_DVB IDL_DVB PROCON_DVB DV_LIFE COVERAGE_AREA ENV_AREA MULTI_TIME K PRO_FB_CNT PRO_FB_INT PRO_FB_RATIO RECV_MODE_CNT(+) RECV_MODE_CNT(-) YLD_CNT_FB DELTA_DVB IDL_DVB PROCON_DVB DV_LIFE COVERAGE_AREA ENV_AREA MULTI_TIME C PRO_FB_CNT PRO_FB_INT PRO_FB_RATIO RECV_MODE_CNT(+) RECV_MODE_CNT(-) ⊿DVB(Process control DVB-ideal DVB) Ideal DVB Process control DVB Developer life area Average coverage area Environmental area Accumulated driving time area Process control feedback toner supply remaining number of times Process control feedback toner supply interval Process control feedback toner supply ratio The number of times of recovery mode (+) The number of times of recovery mode (-) Toner supply FB ratio by yield count ⊿DVB(Process control DVB-ideal DVB) Ideal DVB Process control DVB Developer life area Average coverage area Environmental area Accumulated driving time area Process control feedback toner supply remaining number of times Process control feedback toner supply interval Process control feedback toner supply ratio The number of times of recovery mode (+) The number of times of recovery mode (-) M Minimum Max 50 200 -500 500 100 600 0 600 1 32 1 29 1 16 1 8 PRO_FB_CNT PRO_FB_INT PRO_FB_RATIO RECV_MODE_CNT(+) RECV_MODE_CNT(-) YLD_CNT_FB 0 655 35 0 655 35 -127 127 0 655 35 0 50 655 35 IDL_DVB PROCON_DVB DV_LIFE COVERAGE_AREA ENV_AREA MULTI_TIME Y PRO_FB_CNT 200 -500 500 100 600 0 600 1 32 1 29 1 16 1 8 0 655 35 0 DELTA_DVB 655 35 -127 127 0 655 35 0 655 35 PRO_FB_INT PRO_FB_RATIO RECV_MODE_CNT(+) RECV_MODE_CNT(-) 25-5 Purpose ⊿DVB(Process control DVB-ideal DVB) Ideal DVB Process control DVB Developer life area Average coverage area Environmental area Accumulated driving time area Process control feedback toner supply remaining number of times Process control feedback toner supply interval Process control feedback toner supply ratio The number of times of recovery mode (+) The number of times of recovery mode (-) Toner supply FB ratio by yield count ⊿DVB(Process control DVB-ideal DVB) Ideal DVB Process control DVB Developer life area Average coverage area Environmental area Accumulated driving time area Process control feedback toner supply remaining number of times Process control feedback toner supply interval Process control feedback toner supply ratio The number of times of recovery mode (+) The number of times of recovery mode (-) 50 200 -500 500 100 600 0 600 1 32 1 29 1 16 1 8 0 655 35 0 655 35 -127 127 0 655 35 0 655 35 50 200 -500 500 100 600 0 600 1 32 1 29 1 16 1 8 0 655 35 0 655 35 -127 127 0 655 35 0 655 35 Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to display the toner supply amount detection system value. Section Process (Developing section) Operation/Procedure 1) Select the color with 10 keys. Color Displayed items TCS_B_AVE . 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.

-127 127 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. TSG_HUM TSG_COV TSG_LIFE TSG_ENV M DELTA_TSG DELTA_TSG TSG_TOTAL TCS_AVE. AB_A CHINA Contents United States of America Canada Inch series. other destinations Europe United Kingdom Australia AB series (A5 detection). other destinations China 26-18 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set Disable/Enable of the toner save mode operation. TN_EMP_W TN_EMP_X TN_EMP_Y The threshold of toner empty (Over W count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over X count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over Y count detection counts continuously) Toner sensor output block average value Current TSG environment correction value (middle speed) Current TSG print rate correction value (middle speed) Current TSG developer life correction value (middle speed) Current TSG cumulative drive area correction value (middle speed) Average coverage area Operation voltage correction value Operation voltage target value (Middle speed) Toner sensor output average value The threshold of toner empty (Over W count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over X count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over Y count detection counts continuously) Toner sensor output block average value Current TSG environment correction value (middle speed) Current TSG print rate correction value (middle speed) Current TSG developer life correction value (middle speed) Current TSG cumulative drive area correction value (middle speed) Average coverage area Operation voltage correction value Operation voltage target value (Middle speed) Toner sensor output average value The threshold of toner empty (Over W count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over X count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over Y count detection counts continuously) 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 TCS_B_AVE . 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. AUS. TSG_HUM TSG_COV TSG_LIFE TSG_ENV C DELTA_TSG DELTA_TSG TSG_TOTAL TCS_AVE. Section Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Display U.) Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys.TN_EMP_W K TN_EMP_X TN_EMP_Y TCS_B_AVE . etc.) of the destination. The selected set content is saved. TN_EMP_W TN_EMP_X TN_EMP_Y TCS_B_AVE . other destinations Japan AB series (B5 detection). Default value 0 0 .S. The selected set content is saved. (For the Japan and the UK versions. TSG_HUM -127 127 TSG_COV TSG_LIFE TSG_ENV DELTA_TSG DELTA_TSG Y TSG_TOTAL Toner sensor output block average value Current TSG environment correction value (middle speed) Current TSG print rate correction value (middle speed) Current TSG developer life correction value (middle speed) Current TSG cumulative drive area correction value (middle speed) Average coverage area Operation voltage correction value Operation voltage target value (Middle speed) Toner sensor output average value The threshold of toner empty (Over W count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over X count detection counts continuously) The threshold of toner empty (Over Y count detection counts continuously) -127 127 -127 127 -127 127 -254 254 1 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 -127 127 Operation/Procedure -127 127 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. fixed magnification ratio. Item Display 1 COPY 2 PRINT Content 0 1 0 1 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 19 Copy toner save mode is inhibited. -127 127 -254 254 1 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 TCS_AVE.A. CANADA INCH JAPAN AB_B EUROPE U.K. TN_EMP_W TN_EMP_X TN_EMP_Y 0 255 -127 127 -127 127 -127 127 -127 127 -254 254 1 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 0 255 26 26-6 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the specifications (paper. Printer toner save mode is allowed. Copy toner save mode is allowed Printer toner save mode is inhibited.

If the trouble is the same as the current one. 26-38 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set Continue/Stop of print when the maintenance life is reached. * Section Print Enable/Disable setting when the maintenance timing is over (Print Continue) Print Enable/Disable setting when the maintenance timing is over (Print Stop) 0 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 20 Range 0-1 . Section Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. There are two display modes: display as one trouble and display as several series of troubles. The selected set content is saved. the trouble is saved. The set value in step 1) is saved. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. The selected set content is saved.A CANADA INCH JAPAN AB_B 1 (CE not supported) 1 (CE not supported) 1 (CE not supported) 1 (CE not supported) 1 (CE not supported) 26-35 Purpose EUROPE U. the control may not be executed due to the power frequency. the trouble is not saved.K. etc. ACC is permitted. AUS. U.S. 0 1 Range 0-1 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. Item 1 Display M LIFE OVER (0: CONTINUE 1: STOP) Setting range Content 0 1 1 0 Contents ACC is allowed. Even if the trouble is the same as the current one. Item Display 1 (0:YES. The selected set content is saved. 2) Press [OK] /[START] key. 1:NO) 1 0 Content Control allowed Control inhibited Range 0-1 Item Display 1 ACC Even in Enable state. Section Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys.26-30 Purpose 26-53 Purpose Setting Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the operation mode corresponding to the CE mark (Europe safety standards). Anytime display. (For slow start to drive the fusing heater lamp) Function (Purpose) User auto color calibration (color balance adjustment) Inhibit/Allow setting (copy mode) Section Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Item Display TROUBLE MEMORY MODE 1 Contents Only once display. AB_A CHINA 0 (CE supported) 0 (CE supported) 0 (CE supported) 0 (CE supported) 0 (CE supported) Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the display mode of SIM 22-4 trouble history when a same trouble occurred repeatedly.

Sender registration number (Max. When near near toner end of Toner Low status of E-mail alert system is sent. 16 digits) . USER FAX_NO. Item 1 Display LCD PWM duty Contents PWM duty value 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. The selected set content is saved. Section Section Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Item/Display TN PREP 0:Y 1:N REM TN LV TN N END 0:Y 1:N TN END TN END CNT TN E-MAIL ALERT Value 1 2 3 Content Section Range The toner preparation message is displayed/ is not displayed. Operation/Procedure 1) Select the item to be set with Arrow keys. AUS. 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys.50%.Refer to the destination list <List of Default values and set values for each destination> Destination U. 27 27-2 Purpose Section Operation/Procedure Content Toner save setting is displayed (0) / is not displayed (1) Setting 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.A CANADA INCH JAPAN AB_B EUROPE U. 16 digits) SRV TEL_NO. Host server telephone number (Max.(0:Y 1:N) 0-1 Operation Enable / Disable in TONER END 1-3 Setting of the number of copy/print/ FAX outputs Enable after TONER NEAR END. (0:Y 1:N) Toner preparation indication at the toner rest amount x%. (0 : near near end / 1 : near end) Contents Print Enable after toner end detection Print Disable after toner end detection Print Disable after toner end detection Default value Refer to the destination list 4 Refer to the destination list Refer to the destination list 1-3 1 1 1 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. .5% to 9. AB_A CHINA Toner preparation 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) Toner near end Toner end 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 1 (Not Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 0 (Displayed) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 2 (Machine Stop) 1 (Not Stop) MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 21 Set value 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” ”0120382327” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” 16 figure ALL”(NULL)” . AB_A CHINA Toner end flag detection : N/A CRUM ID history check : N/A Toner end flag detection : N/A CRUM ID history check : Available Toner end flag detection : Available CRUM ID history check : Available <List of Default values and set values for each destination> Set value Destination U. The selected set content is saved.S. ] 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. it is possible to set in0.26-54 Purpose 26-73 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set LCD contrast PWM duty Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set Toner save setting.K.A CANADA INCH JAPAN AB_B EUROPE U. AUS.S.K. The selected set content is saved. 26-69 Purpose TONER SAVE DISP Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the operating conditions for toner near end. Setting range 30 .5%) 0-1 0-9 The toner near end message is displayed is not displayed.70 Item/Display 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. Function (Purpose) Used to set the sender's registration number and the HOST server telephone number. (FSS function) 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.(From 0.

15 0 .15 0 .11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 6 (25%) 1 0 .Operation/Procedure 27-4 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the initial call and toner order auto send.11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 3(49% . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Content Resend number setting when busy Resend timer setting (minute) when busy Resend number setting when error Resend timer setting (minute) when error Fax initial connection retry frequency setting EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% Toner order auto send 20% timing setting (K) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% Toner order auto send 20% timing setting (C) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% Toner order auto send 20% timing setting (M) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% Toner order auto send 20% timing setting (Y) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 10 TONER ORDER CONTROL Setting of toner order timing control 11 TONER DELIVERY CONTROL Setting of toner comprehensive transport Setting range 0 . (FSS function) Section Item/Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 RETRY_BUSY TIMER (MINUTE) _BUSY RETRY_ERROR TIMER (MINUTE) _ERROR FAX_RETRY EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% TONER ORDER 20% TIMING (K) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% TONER ORDER 20% TIMING (C) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% TONER ORDER 20% TIMING (M) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% EMPTY TONER NEAR END 5% 10% 15% TONER ORDER 20% TIMING (Y) 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.15 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved.11 0-1 0-1 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 22 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 6 (25%) 0 0 0: Toner order is sent by fixed remained amount 1: Toner order is sent by the result of toner consumption calculation 0: Comprehensive transport off 1: Comprehensive transport on . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.25%) 1 0 .11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 6 (25%) 1 0 .15 1 .15 0 Default value 2 3 1 1 2 Remarks * 0: No retry * 0: No retry 1 0 .

15 3 The threshold setting of toner comprehensive transport Item/Display Setting Contents Function (Purpose) Used to set of the enable. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.10 0(Yes) Section 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Item Remarks Range 0 Unused 1 Used Default value 0 Setting Function (Purpose) Used to FSS alert setting. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 23 Resist detection Detects the paper exit from fusing. Section Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 1 keys. The set value in step 1) is saved. Item/Display Content 0 1 2 3 FUNCTION ALERT CONNECTION 1 0 1 0 1 2 27-14 Purpose Range FSS function enable FSS function disable (*1) (Default) Alert call enable (*2) (Default) Alert call disable By FAX Invalid By HTTP Default value 1(No) 0 . CONNECT EST ODE(1:ON :OFF) Contents 1 0 Enable FSS function connection test mode. The set value in step 2) is saved. Item 0-1 The sensors and the detectors which are turned ON are highlighted. Operation/Procedure 1 Maintenance alert transmission permission setting The operating conditions of the sensors and detectors are displayed. Range Default value 0-1 0 (OFF) 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. (FSS function) 1 MAINTENANCE ALERT Section 2 TONER ORDER ALERT 3 TONER CTRG ALERT 4 TROUBLE ALERT Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.Item/Display TONER DELIVERY INTERVAL 12 27-7 Purpose Content Setting range Default value 1 . Display Contents FSS ONNECTION Display the FSS connection. Setting Display 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Setting range Section 0(FAX) Function (Purpose) Used to set the FSS function connection test mode. 27-16 Purpose 0-1 Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations of the sensors and the detectors in other than the paper feed section and the control circuits. Paper exit tray full detection Right door open/close detection Front cover open/close detection OPC drum phase detection (K) OPC drum phase detection (Color) Waste toner full detection 1CS paper detection Drum detection 2CS paper upper limit detection 2CS paper transport detection 2CS transport cover open/close detection 2CS tray detection Primary transfer belt separation detection (K) Primary transfer belt separation detection (Color) . Disable FSS function connection test mode. Operation/Procedure 1 Toner order alert transmission permission setting 30 Function (Purpose) Used to display the FSS connection condition. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. The set value in step 1) is saved. alert callout. 27-15 Purpose 30-1 Purpose Toner cartridge alert transmission permission setting 0-1 Trouble alert transmission permission setting 0-1 Operation test/check Operation/Procedure 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 PPD2 POD1 TFD2 DSW_R DSW_F DHPD_K DHPD_CL TNFD CPED1 MPED C2LUD C2PPD DSW_C2 CSS2 1TUD_K 1TUD_CL Setting Section 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys.

255 13 13 13 70 .A.) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (BW) (When the fusing temperature in warming up is under alpha degrees C.230 70 . NOTE: The set value is the reference value.230 Group A 145 155 160 13 150 150 Group B 155 165 170 13 160 160 Group C 155 165 170 13 160 160 70 .230 152 162 162 70 . and it may differ from the actual fusing temperature depending on the operating conditions.200 70 .230 150 160 160 30 . Fusing motor after rotation time after completion of a job (Excluding heavy paper.200 105 105 105 0 .200 70 .200 0 .230 70 .) Ready standby TH_UM set value Black-White plain paper TH_UM set value Color plain paper TH_UM set value Warm-up complete time Resetting from preheating TH_UM set value Warm-up TH_UM set value (when the fusing temperature is under 120 degrees C) Warm-up TH_UM set value (when the fusing temperature is 120 degrees C or above) Fusing roller rotation start TH_E (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) Warm-up complete time (sec) (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (CL) (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is under alpha degrees C) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (BW) (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is under alpha degrees C) Fusing motor pre-rotation start TH_US set value (under alpha degrees C) Preheating TH_E set value Resetting from preheating TH_UM set value (Job Ready temperature) Preheating TH_LM set value Warm-up TH_UM set value (when the fusing temperature is 120 degrees C or less) Warm-up TH_LM set value (when the fusing temperature is 120 degrees C or less) Warm-up TH_E set value (when the fusing temperature is 120 degrees C or less) Heavy paper 2 TH_UM set value The applying time in WUP TH_UM of 120 degrees C or less (Timer from completion of warm-up) The applying time in WUP TH_UM of 120 degrees C or above (Timer from completion of warm-up) The threshold value alpha degrees C or above in warm-up.230 162 167 167 30 .230 152 162 162 70 .230 0 0 0 1 .S.230 160 165 165 30 .230 162 167 167 70 .230 80 30 170 150 180 160 140 175 80 30 170 150 180 160 150 175 80 30 170 150 180 160 150 175 0 .230 70 .255 30 .4 ‘14/Apr Operation/Procedure 43 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.255 0 0 0 70 .230 155 165 170 13 160 150 160 170 175 13 165 160 160 170 175 13 165 160 70 .255 13 13 13 70 .230 70 . OPH.119 100 100 100 0 .230 1 . Europe Canada U.255 70 .K.230 70 . and envelopes) <Code descriptions> TH_UM TH_LM TH_E 4 Group Group A Group B Group C Fusing upper thermister (main) Fusing lower thermister (main) Fusing thermister (external heat roller) HL_UM HL_LM HL_E Heater lamp upper Heater lamp lower Heater lamp (external heat roller) Destination Japan U. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.230 70 .230 30 . 43-1 Purpose 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the fusing reference temperature of each operation mode.230 162 167 167 70 .230 70 . Inch AUS AB_A MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 24 China AB_B Setting range 70 .255 30 .255 10 10 10 4 . The set value in step 2) is saved.230 1 .200 105 105 105 0 .230 152 162 162 70 .200 70 . Section Item/Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 HL_UM READY HL_UM PLAIN PAPER BW HL_UM PLAIN PAPER CL WARM UP END TIME HL_UM PRE-JOB HL_UM WARMUP_120L 7 HL_UM WARMUP_120H 8 HI_WU_FM_ON_TMP 9 HI_WU_END_TIME 10 HI_WU_JOB_SET_TMP 11 LO_WU_JOB_SET_TMP 12 HL_UM_JOB_SET_TMP_BW 1 2 3 4 5 6 HL_UM READY HL_UM PLAIN PAPER BW HL_UM PLAIN PAPER CL WARM UP END TIME HL_UM PRE-JOB HL_UM WARMUP_120L 7 HL_UM WARMUP_120H 8 HI_WU_FM_ON_TMP 9 HI_WU_END_TIME 10 HI_WU_JOB_SET_TMP 11 LO_WU_JOB_SET_TMP 12 HL_UM_JOB_SET_TMP_BW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 WARMUP FUMON TMP WARMUP FUMOFF HL_UM HEAVY PAPER HL_UM OHP PAPER HL_UM ENV PAPER HL_UM GLOSS PAPER HL_UM E-STAR HL_UM HEAVY2 PAPER 9 LO_WARMUP_TIME 10 HI_WARMUP_TIME 11 HI_WARMUP_BORDER 12 JOBEND_FUMON_TIME Content Ready standby TH_UM set value Black-White plain paper TH_UM set value Color plain paper TH_UM set value Warm-up complete time Resetting from preheating TH_UM set value Warm-up TH_UM set value (when the fusing temperature is under 120 degrees C) Warm-up TH_UM set value (when the fusing temperature is 120 degrees C or above) Fusing roller rotation start TH_E (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) Warm-up complete time (sec) (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (CL) (When the fusing temperature in warming up is under alpha degrees C.

Destination setting(O/X) 70 . Function (Purpose) Used to set the fusing Target temperature of each operation mode (continuation of SIM 43-01) Item 1 2 3 Display PLAIN BW DUP APP CNT HL_UM PLAIN CL DUP 4 PLAIN CL DUP APP CNT 1 HL_UM PLAIN BW DUP 2 3 PLAIN SwB PLAIN BW DUP APP CNT HL_UM PLAIN CL DUP 4 PLAIN CL DUP APP CNT 1 HL_UM HEAVY BW DUP 2 Other Setting range Content HL_UM PLAIN BW DUP PLAIN SwA 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.A.230 165 170 170 O 0 .60 0 0 0 O 70 .60 0 0 0 X Heater lamp upper Heater lamp lower Heater lamp (external heat roller) AB_A MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 25 China O 0 .60 0 0 0 O 70 .230 170 170 170 X 0 . Europe Acc. HEAVY BW DUP APP CNT 3 HL_UM HEAVY CL DUP 4 HEAVY CL DUP APP CNT Black-White plain paper duplex TH_UM set value Black-White plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number Color plain paper duplex TH_UM set value Color plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number Black-White plain paper duplex TH_UM set value Black-White plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number Color plain paper duplex TH_UM set value Color plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number Black-White heavy paper duplex TH_UM set value Black-White heavy paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number Color heavy paper duplex TH_UM set value Color heavy paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number 70 .230 170 170 170 X 0 .230 <Code descriptions> TH_UM TH_LM TH_E 4 AB_B . Inch AUS 0 0 0 O 160 170 170 O 0 .S. Setting 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.K.60 Destination Japan U.230 Default value Group Group Group A B C 155 165 165 4 Group Group A Group B Group C Fusing upper thermister (main) Fusing lower thermister (main) Fusing thermister (external heat roller) HL_UM HL_LM HL_E Canada U.60 0 0 0 X 70 .230 170 175 175 O 0 .4 ‘14/Apr Operation/Procedure 43-4 Purpose 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.60 0 0 0 O 70 . The set value in step 2) is saved.

99 1 .99 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 55 55 55 X 1 .99 1 .99 55 55 55 X Item/Display 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 HL_UM READY LL HL_UM PLAIN BW LL HL_UM PLAIN CL LL WARMUP FUMON TMP LL WARMUP FUMOFF LL WARMUP END TIME LL HL_UM HEAVY LL HL_UM OHP LL HL_UM ENV LL HL_UM GLOSS LL HL_UM E-STAR LL 12 HL_UM PRE-JOB LL 13 HL_UM HEAVY2 CL LL 14 HL_UM WARMUP_120L LL 15 LO_WARMUP_TIME LL 4 17 HL_UM WARMUP_120H LL HI_WU_TIME LL 18 HI_WU_FM_ON_TMP LL 19 HI_WU_END_TIME LL 16 20 21 22 23 24 HI_WU_JOB_SET_TMP LL HI_WARMUP_BORDER LL LO_WU_JOB_SET_TMP LL JOBEND_FUMON_TIME LL HI_WU_JOB_SET_TMP_L L_BW Content 1 .A.99 50 50 50 X The applying time in WUP TH_UM (BW) of 120 degrees C or above (Timer from completion of warm-up) 1 .99 60 60 60 X The threshold value alpha degrees C or above in warm-up.99 50 50 50 X The applying time in WUP TH_UM (CL) of 120 degrees C or above (Timer from completion of warm-up) 1 .99 55 55 55 X 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 60 60 60 X (LL-Correction) Fusing roller rotation time (sec) after completion of a job 1 . above value on item D or F is corrected “-5” *The item G or I: When B5 paper. 43-20 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the environmental correction under low temperature and low humidity (L/ L) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-1) in each paper mode. Inch AUS AB_A MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 26 China AB_B . 1 Count = 1 degrees C Change Correction value Input value -49 1 -25 25 -5 45 0 50 +5 55 Operation/Procedure Setting range Group A Group B Group C (LL-Correction) Ready standby TH_UM set value (LL-Correction) Black-White plain paper TH_UM set value (LL-Correction) Color plain paper TH_UM set value 1 .99 40 40 40 O (LL-Correction) Fusing motor pre-rotation end TH_LM set value (LL-Correction) Warm-up complete time (warm-up time (sec)) (LL-Correction) Heavy paper TH_UM set value (LL-Correction) OHP-TH_UM set value (LL-Correction) Envelope TH_UM set value (LL-Correction) Glossy paper TH_UM set value (LL-Correction) Preheating TH_UM set value (LL-Correction) Resetting from preheating TH_UM set value (Job Ready temperature) Correction value for heavy paper 2 TH_UM set value under LL environment (LL-Correction) Warm-up TH_UM set value (when the fusing temperature is under 120 degrees C) (LL-Correction) Warm-up TH_UM applying time is under 120 degrees C (Timer from completion of warm-up) (LL-Correction) Warm-up TH_UM applying time is 120 degrees C or above (Timer from completion of warm-up) P applying time (timer from warm-up complete) (LL-Correction) Fusing roller rotation start TH_E (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) (LL-Correction) Warm-up complete time (sec) (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) (LL-Correction) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 1 .S.4 ‘14/Apr 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 1 .K. 1 2 3 +25 75 Canada U.99 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 X X X X X X X 1 .+49. 1 .99 60 60 60 X *WARMUP END TIME LL: 1count = 1sec / other correction value: 1 count = 1 degrees C *The item D or F: When B5 paper.99 1 .99 1 . above value on item G or I is corrected “-5“ <Code descriptions> TH_UM TH_LM TH_E 4 Group Group A Group B Group C Fusing upper thermister (center) Fusing lower thermister Fusing thermister (external heat roller) HL_UM HL_LM HL_E Heater lamp upper Heater lamp lower Heater lamp (external heat roller) Destination Japan U. The set value in step 2) is saved.99 65 60 60 65 60 60 65 60 60 Acc. Destination setting(O/X) X X X (LL-Correction) Fusing motor pre-rotation start TH_UM set value 1 .99 55 55 55 X 1 .99 1 .99 40 40 40 X 1 . Correction value: -49 . Europe +49 99 4 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. Section 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.

99 50 50 50 X 1 . 1 Count = 1 degrees C Change Correction value Input value Section Operation/Procedure -49 -25 -5 0 5 25 49 1 25 45 50 55 75 99 *1: 1 Count = 1sec Change 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.99 1 .99 1 .99 1 . Destination setting(O /X) X X X O X X X X X X X 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 Acc. 43-21 Purpose 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 1 .4 ‘14/Apr 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 50 50 50 X <Code descriptions> TH_UM TH_LM TH_E 4 Group Group A Group B Group C Fusing upper thermister (center) Fusing lower thermister Fusing thermister (external heat roller) HL_UM HL_LM HL_E Heater lamp upper Heater lamp lower Heater lamp (external heat roller) Destination Japan U.99 50 50 50 X The applying time in WUP TH_UM (CL) of 120 degrees C or above (Timer from completion of warm-up) 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 1 . Correction value: -49 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 50 50 50 X The threshold value alpha degree C or above in warm-up.99 1 . Inch AUS AB_A MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 27 China AB_B 4 .S.99 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved.K.99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 50 50 50 X The applying time in WUP TH_UM (BW) of 120 degrees C or above (Timer from completion of warm-up) 1 .99 1 .99 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 50 50 50 X (HH-Correction) Fusing roller rotation time (sec) after completion of a job 1 . Europe Canada U.A. 1 .99 1 . Item/Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 HL_UM READY HH HL_UM PLAIN BW HH HL_UM PLAIN CL HH WARMUP FUMON TMP HH WARMUP FUMOFF HH WARMUP END TIME HH HL_UM HEAVY HH HL_UM OHP HH HL_UM ENV HH HL_UM GLOSS HH HL_UM E-STAR HH 12 HL_UM PRE-JOB HH 13 HL_UM HEAVY2 CL HH HL_UM WARMUP_120L HH 14 15 LO_WARMUP_TIME HH 17 HL_UM WARMUP_120H HH HI_WU_TIME HH 18 HI_WU_FM_ON_TMP HH 19 HI_WU_END_TIME HH 16 20 21 22 23 24 HI_WU_JOB_SET_TMP HH HI_WARMUP_BORDER HH LO_WU_JOB_SET_TMP HH JOBEND_FUMON_TIME HH HI_WU_JOB_SET_TMP_H H_BW Content (HH-Correction) Ready standby TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Black-White plain paper TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Color plain paper TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Fusing motor pre-rotation start TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Fusing motor pre-rotation end TH_LM set value (HH-Correction) Warm-up complete time (warm-up time (sec)) (HH-Correction) Heavy paper TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) OHP-TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Envelope TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Glossy paper TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Preheating TH_UM set value (HH-Correction) Resetting from preheating TH_UM set value (Job Ready temperature) Correction value for heavy paper 2 TH_UM set value under LL environment (HH-Correction) Warm-up TH_UM set value (when the fusing temperature is under 120 degrees C) (HH-Correction) Warm-up TH_UM applying time is under 120 degrees C (Timer from completion of warm-up) (HH-Correction) Warm-up TH_UM applying time is 120 degrees C or above (Timer from completion of warm-up) P applying time (timer from warm-up complete) (HH-Correction) Fusing roller rotation start TH_E (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) (HH-Correction) Warm-up complete time (sec) (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) (HH-Correction) Job Ready TH_UM temperature (when the fusing temperature in warm-up is alpha degrees C or above) Setting range Group A Group B Group C 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 . Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the environment correction under high temperature and high humidity (H/H) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-1) in each paper mode.99 50 50 50 X 1 .+49.

99 50 50 50 X (LL CORRECTION) Black-White plain paper duplex TH_UM set value (LL CORRECTION) Black-White plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number (LL CORRECTION) Color plain paper duplex TH_UM set value (LL CORRECTION) Color plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number (LL CORRECTION) Black-White heavy paper duplex TH_UM set value (LL CORRECTION) Black-White heavy paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number (LL CORRECTION) Color heavy paper duplex TH_UM set value (LL CORRECTION) Color heavy paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number *PLAIN BW DUP APP CNT LL. Destination setting(O/X) 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved.99 55 55 55 X 1 .99 55 55 55 X 1 .99 50 50 50 O 1 . 1 Count = 1 degrees C Change Correction value Input value Section -49 -25 -5 0 +5 +25 +49 1 25 45 50 55 75 99 Operation/Procedure 4 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. Correction value: -49 . PLAIN CL DUP APP CNT LL: 1count = 1 sec Other values: 1count = 1 degrees C <Code descriptions> TH_UM TH_LM TH_E 4 Group Group A Group B Group C Fusing upper thermister (center) Fusing lower thermister Fusing thermister (external heat roller) HL_UM HL_LM HL_E Heater lamp upper Heater lamp lower Heater lamp (external heat roller) Destination Japan U.99 60 60 60 O 1 .A. 43-22 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the environment correction under low temperature and low humidity (L/ L) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-4) in each paper mode.S. Inch AUS AB_A MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 28 China AB_B .+49.99 50 50 50 O 1 .4 ‘14/Apr 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 60 60 60 O 1 . Europe Canada U. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Item/Display 1 HL_UM PLAIN BW DUP LL 2 PLAIN BW DUP APP CNT LL 3 HL_UM PLAIN CL DUP LL 4 PLAIN CL DUP APP CNT LL 5 HL_UM HEAVY BW DUP LL 6 HEAVY BW DUP APP CNT LL 7 HL_UM HEAVY CL DUP LL 8 HEAVY CL DUP APP CNT LL Content Setting range Group A Group B Group C Acc.K.

A. The set value in step 2) is saved. Inch AUS AB_A MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 29 China AB_B . Correction value: -49 . PLAIN CL DUP APP CNT HH: 1count = 1 sec Other values: 1count = 1 degrees C <Code descriptions> TH_UM TH_LM TH_E 4 Group Group A Group B Group C Fusing upper thermister (center) Fusing lower thermister Fusing thermister (external heat roller) HL_UM HL_LM HL_E Heater lamp upper Heater lamp lower Heater lamp (external heat roller) Destination Japan U. Europe Canada U.99 50 50 50 X 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .S.99 50 50 50 O 1 .99 50 50 50 X *PLAIN BW DUP APP CNT HH. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 50 50 O 1 . 43-23 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the environment correction under high temperature and high humidity (H/H) for the fusing temperature setting (SIM 43-04) in each paper mode.+49.K. Item/Display 1 HL_UM PLAIN BW DUP HH 2 PLAIN BW DUP APP CNT HH 3 HL_UM PLAIN CL DUP HH 4 PLAIN CL DUP APP CNT HH 5 HL_UM HEAVY BW DUP HH 6 HEAVY BW DUP APP CNT HH 7 HL_UM HEAVY CL DUP HH 8 HEAVY CL DUP APP CNT HH Content (HH CORRECTION) Black-White plain paper duplex TH_UM set value (HH CORRECTION) Black-White plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number (HH CORRECTION) Color plain paper duplex TH_UM set value (HH CORRECTION) Color plain paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number (HH CORRECTION) Black-White heavy paper duplex TH_UM set value (HH CORRECTION) Black-White heavy paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number (HH CORRECTION) Color heavy paper duplex TH_UM set value (HH CORRECTION) Color heavy paper duplex fusing temperature application start image screen number Setting range Group A Group B Group C Acc. Destination setting(O/X) 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .4 ‘14/Apr 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 1 Count = 1C Change Correction value Input value Section -49 -25 -5 0 +5 +25 +49 1 25 45 50 55 75 99 Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.99 50 50 50 O 1 .99 50 50 50 O 1 .

60 10 10 10 X 1 .60 5 5 5 X 1 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .230 70 .+49.60 5 5 5 X 1 .230 145 155 135 160 165 150 145 155 135 170 175 160 145 155 135 170 175 160 O O O O O O 1-3 1 2 3 O *About the correction value Each correction value for temperature: 1count = 1 degrees C Each paper exit count: 1count = 1pcs paper Each cool down time: 1count = 1sec <Code descriptions> TH_UM TH_LM TH_E 4 Group Group A Group B Group C Fusing upper thermister (center) Fusing lower thermister Fusing thermister (external heat roller) HL_UM HL_LM HL_E Heater lamp upper Heater lamp lower Heater lamp (external heat roller) Destination Japan U. Correction value: -49 .230 70 . Destination setting(O/X) 1 .60 10 10 10 X 70 .230 70 .99 50 50 50 X 1 .K.S. 1 Count = 1 degrees C Change Correction value Input value Section -49 1 -25 25 -5 45 0 50 5 55 25 75 49 99 Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.230 70 . 4 Item/Display 1 NN_120_FUS_DUP_HL_UM 2 LL_120_FUS_DUP_HL_UM 3 HH_120_FUS_DUP_HL_UM 4 NN_120_FUS_DUP_CNT 5 LL_120_FUS_DUP_CNT 6 HH_120_FUS_DUP_CNT 7 COOL_DOWN_HEAVY 8 COOL_DOWN_OHP 9 COOL_DOWN_ENVELOPE 10 11 12 13 14 15 HL_UM THIN PAPER BW HL_UM THIN PAPER CL HL_UM THIN PAPER READY HL_UM REC PAPER BW HL_UM REC PAPER CL HL_UM REC PAPER READY 16 HPOWER_SET Content Correction amount for normal paper in duplex printing under 120 degrees C in N/N-Warm Up Correction amount for normal paper in duplex printing under 120 degrees C in L/L-Warm Up Correction amount for normal paper in duplex printing under 120 degrees C in H/H-Warm Up Number of sheets of application of normal paper in duplex printing under 120 degrees C in N/N-Warm Up (Setting of the number of sheets at which application is started) Number of sheets of application of normal paper in duplex printing under 120 degrees C in L/L-Warm Up (Setting of the number of sheets at which application is started) Number of sheets of application of normal paper in duplex printing under 120 degrees C in H/H-Warm Up (Setting of the number of sheets at which application is started) Cool-down time heavy paper (Time (sec) required to return to the plain paper fusing temperature) Cool-down time OHP (Time (sec) required to return to the plain paper fusing temperature) Cool-down time envelope (Time (sec) required to return to the plain paper fusing temperature) Thin paper BW-TH_UM Thin paper COL-TH_UM Thin paper Ready-TH_UM Recycled paper BW-TH_UM Recycled paper COL-TH_UM Recycled paper Ready-TH_UM Power voltage setting 1:100V 2:120V 3:230V Setting range Group A Group B Group C Acc. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 50 50 X 1 .A. Europe Canada U.60 10 10 10 X 1 .4 ‘14/Apr 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 43-24 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the correction of the temperature adjustment value of SIM 43-1 and 434. Inch AUS AB_A MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 30 China AB_B .230 70 . The set value in step 2) is saved.60 10 10 10 X 1 .

and reading the surface of belt. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Item/Display 1 HV 2 HT 3 TC 4 MD VG 5 MD LD 6 MD EV 7 MD DL 8 MD DL EV 9 MD LD EV 10 LD PROCON 11 TN PIX SUP 12 TN FB 13 TN INT 14 TN RECV 15 TN ADJ 16 TN EMP 17 TN EMP INT 18 TN EMP NEW Content Normal operation high density process control Enable/Disable setting Normal operation half tone process control Enable/ Disable setting Transfer output correction Enable/Disable setting Membrane decrease grid voltage correction Enable/ Disable setting Membrane laser power voltage correction Enable/ Disable setting Membrane decrease environment grid voltage correction Enable/Disable setting Membrane decrease discharge light quantity correction Enable/Disable setting Membrane decrease environment discharge light quantity correction Enable/Disable setting Membrane decrease environment discharge light quantity correction Enable / Disable setting Membrane laser power voltage correction by process control Enable / Disable setting Toner supply control by yield count Enable / Disable setting FEEDBACK toner density correction enable / disenable setting Interval toner supply control enable / disenable setting Developer recovery enable / disenable setting Sensor output adjustment enable / disenable setting Control the detection of toner drop amount enable/ disenable setting Control the detection of toner drop amount when job intermission enable / disenable setting Control the detection of toner drop amount when installed new cartridge enable / disenable setting Setting range Execution the calculation of yield count correction table enable / disenable setting Auto registration adjustment Enable / Disable setting Auto registration adjustment execution error check Enable / Disable setting Drum phase fitting Enable/ Disable setting Half tone process control printer correction feedback Enable/Disable setting 44-2 Purpose Setting range Default value 0 Normal (Disable : 1 : NO) Reverse (Enable : 0 : YES) 0 0 0 0 Adjustment/Setup 0 Function (Purpose) To execute the light quantity adjustment for process control sensor and registrations sensors (2pcs are done at same time). the adjustment is executed automatically. If the adjustment is not executed normally. value Belt substrate when the item F adjustment is completed. the adjustment result is displayed. value Belt substrate input min. Belt substrate input max. 0 Operation/Procedure Default value 0 0 Section 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 After completion of the adjustment. value (F side) Belt substrate input min. Section Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/Transfer/Cleaning) Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. value Belt substrate input max. "ERROR" is displayed. 0 Normal (Disable : 1 : NO) Reverse (Enable : 0 : YES) Content REG_F_LED_ADJ MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 31 Content F side color sensor correction factor F sensor light emitting quantity adjustment value R sensor light emitting quantity adjustment value Dark voltage of color (F side) Dark voltage of sensor (F side) Dark voltage of sensor (R side) Belt substrate when the item D adjustment is completed. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.44 Item/Display 44-1 Purpose 19 TN PIX TBL 20 AR AUTO 21 AR ERROR 22 DM PHASE 23 PRT_HT Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set each correction operation function in the image forming (process) section. value (R side) Belt substrate input min. value (F side) Belt substrate input max. The set value in step 2) is saved. NOTE: Set the items to the default values unless a change is specially required. value Belt substrate input min. Belt substrate input max. 1 2 Item/Display P_F_CL_ka P_F LED ADJ 3 P_R LED ADJ 4 5 6 7 P_F_CL_DARK P_F DARK P_R DARK P_F GRND 8 9 10 P_F BELT MAX P_F BELT MIN P_R GRND 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 P_R BELT MAX P_R BELT MIN REG_F BELT MAX REG_F BELT MIN REG_R BELT MAX REG_R BELT MIN REG_F PATCH(K) REG_F PATCH(C) REG_F PATCH(M) REG_F PATCH(Y) REG_R PATCH(K) REG_R PATCH(C) REG_R PATCH(M) REG_R PATCH(Y) Error name CL_SEN_ADJ_ERR BK_SEN_ADJ_ERR P_F_CL_ka P_F_GRND P_R_GRND 0 Process When [OK]/[START] key is pressed. value (R side) Patch light receiving potential F(K) Patch light receiving potential F(C) Patch light receiving potential F(M) Patch light receiving potential F(Y) Patch light receiving potential R(K) Patch light receiving potential R(C) Patch light receiving potential R(M) Patch light receiving potential R(Y) Error content Color sensor adjustment abnormality Black sensor adjustment abnormality F Color sensor adjustment abnormality F sensor basis material reading abnormality F sensor basis material reading abnormality Registration sensor F adjustment abnormality .

255 140 1 . "ERROR" is displayed.255 15 1 .255 8 1 .255 1 0 .255 *1 1 .255 *1 1 . 6 7 8 9 Item/Display Y TAR ID M TAR ID C TAR ID K TAR ID Group Group A Group B Group C Japan U. the adjustment is executed automatically.255 *1 1 . NOTE: Set the items to the default values unless a change is specially required. Section Process Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.255 10 1 . Destination Inch AUS AB_A China AB_B Adjustment 1 .255 10 1 .255 240 1 . Result display COMPLETE MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 32 Content description Normal complete 4 .255 10 1 . (Refer to the table below.255 10 Content Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 2 (K-patch) Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 2 (K-patch) Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 1 (CL-patch) Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 1 (CL-patch) Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 2 (CL-patch) Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 2 (CL-patch) Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 1 (CL-patch) Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 1 (CL-patch) Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 2 (CL-patch) Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 2 (CL-patch) Simplified process control density coefficient upper threshold level Simplified process control density coefficient lower threshold level Setting range Default value 1 .255 60 Content 1 .S. 1 . Europe 44-6 Purpose Default value for each Group Group A Group B Group C 48 48 48 50 50 50 50 50 50 48 50 48 Canada U.255 15 1 . 1 .255 60 Patch density standard value (yellow) Patch density standard value (magenta) Patch density standard value (cyan) Patch density standard value (black) Patch position substrate light receiving effective range value LED radiation quantity adjustment rough 1step LED radiation quantity adjustment rough 1step execution threshold level upper LED radiation quantity adjustment rough 1step execution threshold level lower Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 1 (K-patch) Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 1 (K-patch) Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 2 (K-patch) Simplified process control solidpatch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 2 (K-patch) Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control upper limitation 1 (K-patch) Simplified process control halftone-patch transition judgment to high density process control lower limitation 1 (K-patch) 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.255 10 <*1 Reference value tables> No.255 15 1 .4 ‘14/Apr Error name REG_R_LED_ADJ Error content Registration sensor R adjustment abnormality F registration basis material reading abnormality R registration basis material reading abnormality REG_F_GRND REG_R_GRND 44-4 Purpose Item/Display 20 K_HT TARGET UPPER 2 21 K_HT TARGET LOWER 2 22 CL_PAT TARGET UPPER 1 23 CL_PAT TARGET LOWER 1 24 CL_PAT TARGET UPPER 2 25 CL_PAT TARGET LOWER 2 26 CL_HT TARGET UPPER 1 27 CL_HT TARGET LOWER 1 28 CL_HT TARGET UPPER 2 29 CL_HT TARGET LOWER 2 30 SP_PAT COEF UPP DIF 31 SP_PAT COEF LOW DIF Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the conditions of the high density process control operation. Item/Display 4 1 PCS TARGET 2 PCS ADJ LIM 3 BELT G DIF 4 B_BK STD DIF 5 B PAT INT 6 Y TAR ID 7 M TAR ID 8 C TAR ID 9 K TAR ID 10 HV BK_GR LIM 11 12 13 LED ADJ ROUGH LED ADJ ROUGH UPPER LED ADJ ROUGH LOWER 14 K_PAT TARGET UPPER 1 15 K_PAT TARGET LOWER 1 16 K_PAT TARGET UPPER 2 17 K_PAT TARGET LOWER 2 18 K_HT TARGET UPPER 1 19 K_HT TARGET LOWER 1 Setting range Default value Sensor target set value 1 .255 10 1 .K. the adjustment result is displayed. The set value in step 2) is saved.255 10 After completion of the adjustment.255 0 Patch bias output interval 1 .255 15 1 .255 10 1 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.A.) If the adjustment is not executed normally.255 10 1 .255 10 1 .255 *1 1 .255 204 Sensor adjustment target limit value Effective difference between the belt circuit substrate upper and lower limit values Bias (for black) Target calculation difference 1 .255 15 Operation/Procedure Section Process When [OK]/[START] key is pressed.255 15 1 .255 15 Function (Purpose) Used to execute the high density process control forcibly.255 5 1 .255 15 1 .

Section Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/Transfer/Cleaning) Operation/Procedure N(M) GB K BASE 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.600 450 N(L) GB C N(L) GB M N(L) GB Y N(L) DV K BASE 150 .600 450 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 33 12/12 N(L) GB C BASE N(L) GB M BASE N(L) GB Y BASE CONTETNT DISPLAY RANGE DEFAU LT VALUE 150 .600 430 High density process control normal(low speed ) DV data (KCMY) 615 150 . MODE PAGE ITEM P DV K 1/12 P DV C P DV M P DV Y P GB K 2/12 P GB C P GB M P GB Y P DV K BASE 3/12 PROCON DATA P DV C BASE P DV M BASE P DV Y BASE P GB K BASE 4/12 P GB C BASE P GB M BASE P GB Y BASE N(M) DV K 5/12 N(M) DV C N(M) DV M N(M) DV Y CONTETNT High density process control DV data (KCMY) High density process control GB data (KCMY) 8/12 DISPLAY RANGE DEFAU LT VALUE 0 .600 450 9/12 150 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. The set value in step 2) is saved.850 595 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.Result display ERROR INTERRUPTION Content description Abnormal end Forcible interruption Details of error display CL_SEN_ADJ_ERR BK_SEN_ADJ_ERR K_HV_ERR C_HV_ERR M_HV_ERR Y_HV _ERR TIMEOUT_ERR Content description Color sensor adjustment abnormality Black sensor adjustment abnormality K high density process control abnormality C high density process control abnormality M high density process control abnormality Y high density process control abnormality Time out MODE PAGE ITEM N(M) GB K 6/12 N(M) GB C N(M) GB M N(M) GB Y N(M) DV K BASE 44-9 Purpose 7/12 Operation data display Function (Purpose) Used to display the results data of the high density process control operation.850 630 0 .600 450 150 .850 610 10/12 0 .850 630 11/12 High density process control normal (medium speed ) DV data (KCMY) N(L) DV C N(L) DV M N(L) DV Y N(L) GB K High density process control GB data (KCMY) Target N(M) GB C BASE N(M) GB M BASE N(M) GB Y BASE N(L) DV K PROCON DATA High density process control DV data (KCMY) Target N(M) DV C BASE N(M) DV M BASE N(M) DV Y BASE N(L) DV C BASE N(L) DV M BASE N(L) DV Y BASE N(L) GB K BASE 0 .600 430 High density process control normal(low speed ) GB data (KCMY) Target 615 150.850 630 High density process control normal (medium speed ) GB data (KCMY) High density process control normal (medium speed ) DV data (KCMY) Target High density process control normal (medium speed ) GB data (KCMY) Target High density process control normal(low speed ) DV data (KCMY) 450 0 .850 595 High density process control normal(low speed ) DV data (KCMY) Target 450 0 .

MODE PAGE ITEM TN HUD AREA TN HUD DATA 1/21 TC TMP AREA TC TMP DATA 2/21 TC HUD AREA TC HUD DATA MD HUD AREA MD HUD DATA 3/21 OTHER 4/21 5/21 6/21 MD K DRUM CNT MD C DRUM CNT MD M DRUM CNT MD Y DRUM CNT MD K REV LIFE M MD K REV LIFE L MD C REV LIFE M MD C REV LIFE L MD M REV LIFE M MD M REV LIFE L MD Y REV LIFE M MD Y REV LIFE L MD K REV EV M MD K REV EV L MD C REV EV M MD C REV EV L CONTETNT Toner control display humidity area Toner control display humidity AD value Transfer display temperature area Transfer display temperature AD value Transfer display humidity area Transfer display humidity AD value Membrane decrease display humidity area Membrane decrease display humidity AD value Membrane decrease drum traveling DISPLAY RANGE DEFAU LT VALUE 1 .255 0 11/21 -1 Environmental grid voltage correction display (KCMY) Medium speed / Low speed 0 -255 255 -1 12/21 0 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 34 ITEM MD M REV EV M MD M REV EV L MD Y REV EV M MD Y REV EV L MD K REV ALL M MD K REV ALL L MD C REV ALL M MD C REV ALL L MD M REV ALL M MD M REV ALL L MD Y REV ALL M MD Y REV ALL L MD K REV LD M MD K REV LD L MD C REV LD M MD C REV LD L MD M REV LD M MD M REV LD L MD Y REV LD M MD Y REV LD L MD K REV LD EV M MD K REV LD EV L MD C REV LD EV M MD C REV LD EV L CONTETNT DISPLAY RANGE DEFAU LT VALUE -1 Environmental grid voltage correction display (KCMY) Medium speed / Low speed 0 -255 255 -1 0 -1 0 -1 Grid voltage correction ALL display (KCMY) medium speed / low speed 0 -255 255 -1 0 -1 0 Drum membrane decrease laser power voltage correction (KCMY) medium speed / low speed 0 .20 0 9/21 LIFE grid voltage correction display (KCMY) OTHER Medium speed / Low speed 10/21 0 .1023 0 1-9 4 0 .1023 0 1-9 4 0 .16 8 0 .255 100 Environmental changes and Drum membrane decrease laser power voltage correction (KCMY) medium speed / low speed -255 255 100 .1023 0 1-9 4 0 .1023 0 MODE PAGE 7/21 8/21 distance area (KCMY) 0 .

MODE PAGE 13/21 14/21 15/21 OTHER 16/21 17/21 18/21 ITEM MD M REV LD EV M MD M REV LD EV L MD Y REV LD EV M MD Y REV LD EV L MD K REV LD_P M MD K REV LD_P L MD C REV LD_P M MD C REV LD_P L MD M REV LD_P M MD M REV LD_P L MD Y REV LD_P M MD Y REV LD_P L MD K REV DL M MD K REV DL L MD C REV DL M MD C REV DL L MD M REV DL M MD M REV DL L MD Y REV DL M MD Y REV DL L MD K REV DL EV M MD K REV DL EV L MD C REV DL EV M MD C REV DL EV L CONTETNT Environmental changes and Drum membrane decrease laser power voltage correction (KCMY) medium speed / low speed DISPLAY RANGE -255 255 DEFAU LT VALUE MODE 100 OTHER High density process control Drum membrane decrease laser power voltage correction (KCMY) medium speed / low speed -127 127 PAGE ITEM CONTETNT DISPLAY RANGE DEFAU LT VALUE 19/21 MD M REV DL EV M MD M REV DL EV L MD Y REV DL EV M MD Y REV DL EV L Drum membrane decrease environment discharge light quantity correction (%) medium speed / low speed -100 100 0 DESTINATION Machine side CRUM destination (Main unit data) 0 . Latin America.41 20/21 0 21/21 CRUM DEST_ K CRUM DEST_ C CRUM DEST_ M CRUM DEST_ Y P CNT HV P CNT HT CRUM infromation CRUM destination (CRUM data) (KCMY) 0 . -100 100 0 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 35 . Drum membrane decrease discharge light quantity correction (%) medium speed / low speed Display Code No.255 High density process control number of executions Half tone process control number of executions 09999999 9 0 0 (*1) Differs depending on the destination. 1 2 3 0 . Taiwan. Drum membrane decrease environment discharge light quantity correction (%) medium speed / low speed 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. The set value in step 2) is saved. Section Image process (Photoconductor/Developing) Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. Middle east. Asia and Hong-Kong) B (Europe / Oceania) C (Philippine. Africa and Israel) E (China) B (Japan) B (Japan) 44-12 Purpose Model Neo Neo Neo Neo Neo Neo Operation data display Function (Purpose) Used to display the operation data of the high density process control.100 0 4 5 41 Destination A (North America.

9 999.9.9 999.9 999.255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 C2 7/23 C3 C4 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 36 Content High density process control patch data 1_K3 High density process control patch data 1_K4 High density process control patch data 1_C1 High density process control patch data 1_C2 High density process control patch data 1_C3 High density process control patch data 1_C4 High density process control patch data 1_M1 High density process control patch data 1_M2 High density process control patch data 1_M3 High density process control patch data 1_M4 High density process control patch data 1_Y1 High density process control patch data 1_Y2 High density process control patch data 1_Y3 High density process control patch data 1_Y4 High density process control patch data 2_K1_BASE High density process control patch data 2_C1_BASE High density process control patch data 2_K1 High density process control patch data 2_K2 High density process control patch data 2_K3 High density process control patch data 2_K4 High density process control patch data 2_C1 High density process control patch data 2_C2 High density process control patch data 2_C3 High density process control patch data 2_C4 Range Default Value 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 -999 .255 0 0 .255 0.00 M3 -9.99 .99 0 CL_BASE 2 -999.255 0 0 .00 -9.255 0 0 .99 0.99 .Mode Page Item ADK_CL( K) ADK_INT (K) 1/4 TARGET(K) ADK_CL( C) ADK_INT (C) TARGET(C) 2/4 ADK_CL( M) TARGET ADK_INT (M) TARGET(M) ADK_CL( Y) 3/4 ADK_INT (Y) TARGET(Y) P_F_CL_ DARK 4/4 P_F_DAR K P_R_DA RK Bk_BASE 1 PATCH 1/23 CL_BASE 1 K1 K2 Content Development characteristics gradient coefficient (K) Development characteristics intercept coefficient (K) High density process control target density level (K) Development characteristics gradient coefficient (C) Development characteristics intercept coefficient (C) High density process control target density level (C) Development characteristics gradient coefficient (M) Development characteristics intercept coefficient (M) High density process control target density level (M) Development characteristics gradient coefficient (Y) Development characteristics intercept coefficient (Y) High density process control target density level (Y) F color dark electrical potential F sensor dark electrical potential R sensor dark electrical potential High density process control patch data 1_K1_BASE High density process control patch data 1_C1_BASE High density process control patch data 1_K1 High density process control patch data 1_K2 Default Value Range Mode Page Item K3 -999 .255 0 0 .9 0 K1 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 C1 0 .9.9 0 Y1 0 .255 0 0 .9 0 Y3 Y4 5/23 Bk_BASE 2 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .9999 2/23 0.9.999 0.0 -999.255 0 0 .0 M4 4/23 -999.0 C2 C3 C4 3/23 M1 -999.99 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .999 0.99 .00 Y2 PATCH -9.99 0.0 C1 0 .255 0 K2 6/23 K3 0 .99 0.255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 K4 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 -9.9.9 999.00 K4 -9999 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .9 0 M2 0 .255 0.255 0 0 .255 0 0 .

255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 M4 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 37 Content High density process control patch data 3_M3 High density process control patch data 3_M4 High density process control patch data 3_Y1 High density process control patch data 3_Y2 High density process control patch data 3_Y3 High density process control patch data 3_Y4 High density process control patch data 4_K1_BASE High density process control patch data 4_C1_BASE High density process control patch data 4_K1 High density process control patch data 4_K2 High density process control patch data 4_K3 High density process control patch data 4_K4 High density process control patch data 4_C1 High density process control patch data 4_C2 High density process control patch data 4_C3 High density process control patch data 4_C4 High density process control patch data 4_M1 High density process control patch data 4_M2 High density process control patch data 4_M3 High density process control patch data 4_M4 Range Default Value 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 M1 M2 17/ 23 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 C1 0 .255 0 Mode Page Item M3 13/ 23 M4 Y1 Y2 Y3 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 M3 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 Y4 0 .Mode Page Item M1 M2 8/23 M3 M4 Y1 Y2 9/23 Y3 Y4 Bk_BASE 3 PATCH 10/ 23 CL_BASE 3 K1 K2 K3 K4 11/23 C1 C2 C3 C4 12/ 23 M1 M2 Content High density process control patch data 2_M1 High density process control patch data 2_M2 High density process control patch data 2_M3 High density process control patch data 2_M4 High density process control patch data 2_Y1 High density process control patch data 2_Y2 High density process control patch data 2_Y3 High density process control patch data 2_Y4 High density process control patch data 3_K1_BASE High density process control patch data 3_C1_BASE High density process control patch data 3_K1 High density process control patch data 3_K2 High density process control patch data 3_K3 High density process control patch data 3_K4 High density process control patch data 3_C1 High density process control patch data 3_C2 High density process control patch data 3_C3 High density process control patch data 3_C4 High density process control patch data 3_M1 High density process control patch data 3_M2 Range Default Value 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 16/ 23 C3 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 K4 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 C4 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 C2 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 14/ 23 Bk_BASE 4 CL_BASE 4 K1 K2 PATCH 15/ 23 K3 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .

0 255.255 0 TH_UM_AD 2(hex) Fusing main thermistor detection temperature (Temperature degrees C) Fusing main thermistor differential input AD value (AD value) Fusing main thermistor compensation sensor temperature (Temperature degrees C) Fusing main thermistor compensation sensor. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. and the humidity sensor are displayed.255 . Operation data display Function (Purpose) Used to display the output level of the temperature and humidity sensor.255 0 TH1_LSU(d eg) LSU thermistor 1 AD value (Temperature degrees C) Temperature 0.1023 Measured value Temperature 40.255 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Item AREA2 44-14 Purpose Default value Content CYCL E Content Idle rotation interval (time interval between the previous OPC drum idle rotation and the next one) setting (h) Environmental area difference judgment threshold value setting (difference between the previous OPC drum idle rotation and the current one) Environmental area conditions (AND condition of the previous OPC drum idle rotation and the current one) Previous rotation time setting (sec) in the process control when recovered from power ON.1023 Measured value Temperature 0.0 255.255 0 AREA1 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.1degrees C) Measured value AD value 0 .255 0 TH_UM (deg) 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 Operation/Procedure The output levels of the fusing temperature sensor.0degrees C(+/-1degrees C) Measured value 0 .255 0 TH1_LSU_A D(hex) LSU thermistor 1 AD value (AD value) AD value 0 .255 0 TH_UM_AD (hex) 0 .255 0 TH_UM_AD 1(deg) 0 .0 100. the machine temperature sensor.Mode Page Item Y1 Y2 18/ 23 Y3 Y4 Bk_BASE 5 19/ 23 CL_BASE 5 K1 K2 K3 K4 20/ 23 C1 PATCH C2 C3 C4 21/ 23 M1 M2 M3 22/ 23 M4 Y1 Y2 Y3 23/ 23 Y4 Content High density process control patch data 4_Y1 High density process control patch data 4_Y2 High density process control patch data 4_Y3 High density process control patch data 4_Y4 High density process control patch data 5_K1_BASE High density process control patch data 5_C1_BASE High density process control patch data 5_K1 High density process control patch data 5_K2 High density process control patch data 5_K3 High density process control patch data 5_K4 High density process control patch data 5_C1 High density process control patch data 5_C2 High density process control patch data 5_C3 High density process control patch data 5_C4 High density process control patch data 5_M1 High density process control patch data 5_M2 High density process control patch data 5_M3 High density process control patch data 5_M4 High density process control patch data 5_Y1 High density process control patch data 5_Y2 High density process control patch data 5_Y3 High density process control patch data 5_Y4 Range Default Value 0 .255 0 TH_M_AD(h ex) 0 .255 0 0 . preheating / sleep mode.1023 Measured value Temperature 0 255 degrees C(+/ -1degrees C) Measured value AD value 0 .1023 Measured value Humidity 0.0 degrees C(+/-0.0(+/0.255 0 TH_US_AD( hex) 0 .255 0 TH_M(deg) 0 . Item 0 .255 0 0 .255 0 0 .15 0 .1degrees C) Measured value AD value 0 . The set value in step 2) is saved.1%) Measured value AD value 0 .255 0 TH_UM_AD 1(hex) 0 . development)/Fusing/ LSU MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 38 Range 0 . Section Developing system Operation/Procedure 0 .0%(+/-0.255 0 TH_US(deg) HUD_M(%) Multipurpose tray temperature sensor AD value (Temperature degrees C) Multipurpose tray temperature sensor AD value (AD value) Multipurpose tray humidity sensor AD value (Humidity %) Multipurpose tray humidity sensor AD value (AD value) * above AD values are changed to hexadecimal 44-15 Purpose 0 . AD value V Fusing main thermister detection sensor AD value (AD value) Fusing sub thermistor detection temperature (Temperature degrees C) Fusing sub thermistor AD input value (AD value) Temperature 0 255 degrees C(+/ -1degrees C) Measured value AD value 0 .255 0 TIME 0 .255 0 HUD_M_AD (hex) 0 . NOTE: Set the items to the default values unless a change is specially required.255 0 0 .0 degrees C 150.1023 Measured value AD value 0 .1023 Measured value 0 0 . Section Range 0 .255 Measured value 0 .255 0 Operation data display Function (Purpose) Used to set the OPC drum idle rotation. Process (OPC drum.255 0-5 1 .

1 2 3 Function (Purpose) Used to display the toner patch density level in the half tone process control operation. Item/Display 1 DITHER RAW VALUE 2 3 SENSOR_TARGET S_VALUE 4 BEFORE S_VALUE 5 CALIB VALUE 6 CALIB VALUE PRC ITEMS K/C/M/Y Operation/Procedure No. 4) Press [OK]/[START] key.13) Belt substrate data (START) Belt substrate data (LAST) Process Operation/Procedure Operation data display Section Setting 8 Item HIGHTLIGHT LIMIT K MAX LIMIT K HIGHTLIGHT LIMIT C MAX LIMIT C HIGHTLIGHT LIMIT M MAX LIMIT M HIGHTLIGHT LIMIT Y MAX LIMIT Y Content Correction limit value of the highlight correction amount Correction limit value of the highest density value Correction limit value of the highlight correction amount Correction limit value of the highest density value Correction limit value of the highlight correction amount Correction limit value of the highest density value Correction limit value of the highlight correction amount Correction limit value of the highest density value 44-26 Purpose Min Max Default value 0 128 20 0 128 20 0 128 20 0 128 20 0 128 20 0 128 20 0 128 20 0 128 20 Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to execute the half tone process control compulsorily. 7 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Item/Display Content Half-tone correction values in each color #1 . The set value in step 2) is saved. Operation data display Function (Purpose) Used to display the correction target and the correction level in the half tone process control operation. NOTE: Set the items to the default values unless a change is specially required. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 39 .#17 Display CL_SEN_ADJ_ERR BK_SEN_ADJ_ERR [YMCK] OTHER 44-27 Purpose CONTENT Half-tone correction values in each color RANGE 0 . “ERROR” and the following error codes are displayed.#17 Error code Range 0 . 2) Select a target adjustment color with [OK]/[START] key. Item/Display K/C/M/Y _n K/C/M/Y _B1 K/C/M/Y _B2 Content Patch data display(n=1 . the adjustment is executed and the results are displayed. No. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.255 Content Color image density sensor sensitivity adjustment error * Black image density sensor sensitivity adjustment error * High density process control error [YMCK] Other errors CL_SEN_ADJ_ERR BK_SEN_ADJ_ERR [YMCK] OTHER 44-22 Purpose Function (Purpose) Used to set the calculating conditions of the correction value for the half tone process control. Section Process Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. 2) Select a target adjustment color with [OK]/[START] key. Section Process 1) When pressed [OK]/[START] key. The correction data of the half tone process control are cleared. Section Process 1) Select the display category with 10 keys.255 Contents Color sensor adjustment error Black sensor adjustment error High density process control [YMCK] error Other error Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the correction data of the half tone process control. The half tone process control is performed and the operation data are displayed. 3) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Section Process Operation/Procedure 44-24 Purpose Press [OK]/[START] key.44-21 Purpose 44-25 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the half tone process control target. Content Half tone process control reference dither value (Previous adjustment) Half tone process control reference value Half tone process control correction value Previous half tone process control correction value Automatic calibration reference value Automatic calibration reference value (half tone process control) DISPLAY ITEMS #1 . 4 5 Process 6 Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. The the toner patch density level which is created at the half tone process control operation is displayed. In case of abnormal end. Section Operation/Procedure K/C/M/Y 1) Select the display category with 10 keys.

The set value in step 2) is saved.) Color process control Enable Process control Disable BK process control Enable Color process control Enable Process control Disable 1 0 1 0-3 1 0-3 3 0 0-2 1 0 2 0 0-2 1 0 2 0 0-1 1 0 0 0-1 Enable Key operation display Key operation NO display 2 3 Enable Inhibit 3 0 Enable Inhibit 2 3 BK process control Enable Inhibit 0 1 0 0 0-1 1 0 0 0-1 1 1 . Mode Item/Display Content YES INITIAL 1 NO 2 When warm-up after clearing the counter of the OPC drum and the developer unit When supplying the power (when clearing shut-off. The accumulated traveling distance of BK or M position OPC unit reaches the specified level after turning the power. L. When the changes in the temperature and the humidity are greater than the specified level (the set value of item O) in comparison with the previous process control. Section Process Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. Select of YES/NO of the manual process control key with key operation MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 40 Default value Setting range Enable 0 0-1 Disable Color process control Enable Process control Disable BK process control Enable Pixel count judgment (Judgement is based on the setting value of item K.) Color process control Enable Process control Disable BK process control Enable Pixel count judgment (Judgement is based on the setting value of item K. The accumulated traveling distance of M position OPC drum unit reaches the specified level from execution of the previous density correction.) SW ON Process control Enable/Disable setting 3 After passing the specified time from leaving READY continuously (Time can be changed by INTERVAL TIME) TIME 4 HUM judgment is made when turning ON the power and after passing TIME. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.44-28 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the process control execution conditions. L. The accumulated traveling distance of BK position OPC drum unit reaches the specified level from execution of the previous density correction. NOTE: Set the items to the default values unless a change is specially required. HUM_LIMIT 5 HUM YES 6 7 REV1 Process control Enable/Disable setting NO YES REV2_BK NO YES 8 REV2_CL 9 REFRESH MODE(*1) NO YES NO The temperature and humidity in side the machine are monitored only during a job for every 2hours (set by item N). 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.

255 0-2 40 0 1 2 0 0 .000mm.255 3 1 .999 20 0-6 0 1-5 4 6 1 . When the accumulated traveling distance of K OPC drum unit reaches the specified level from execution of the previous density correction.Mode 10 Item/Display HI-COV 12 LO-COV 13 REV1_SH 14 REV2_BK_SH 15 REV2_CL_SH 16 AVERAGE-PAGE 17 LIMIT PAGE 18 PIX_RATIO_BK 19 PIX_RATIO_CL 21 When the next warm-up if there is no Disable of the specicolor job after a color job after passfied days judgment ing the specified days from execution 1 .999 days passing of the previous color process control Setting of the execution judgment of the process control in continuous printing of high print ratio images Setting of the execution judgment of the process control in continuous printing of low print ratio images When the accumulated traveling distance of K or M OPC drum unit reaches the specified level after turning ON the power.) 15 15 1-999 20 1-255 20 1-999 15 1-999 15 0 . Setting of the leaving time when turning ON the power (including the sleep recovery time) (h: hour) Interval setting of the temperature and humidity monitoring time of "HUM" (unit: 10 minutes) The specified value of the area difference in humidity between the level at execution of the previous control and the current humidity (Applied to item HUM) DAY 11 20 Content Process control conditions setting INTERVAL TIME HUM HOUR 22 HUM_DIF 23 BK_RATIO Magnification ratio setting (%) of the specified value of the BK OPC drum traveling distance of "REV2_BK" 24 M_RATIO Magnification ratio setting (%) of the M OPC drum traveling distance of "REV2_CL" 25 REV1_RATIO 26 REV1_RATIO_SH 27 BK_RATIO_SH 28 M_RATIO_SH 29 COLOR BORDER BK ONLY 30 31 HT_DIF RG_ON_SYNC 32 33 34 35 36 Registration adjustment setting CL ALL CL/BK Magnification ratio setting (%) of the specified value of the BK OPC drum traveling distance of "REV1" Magnification ratio setting (%) of the M position OPC drum traveling distance of "REV1_SH” Magnification ratio setting (%) of the specified value of the BK OPC drum traveling distance of "REV2_BK_SH" Magnification ratio setting (%) of the M position OPC drum traveling distance of "REV2_CL_SH” BK process control is executed without Magnification ratio setting (%) of the judgment of ratio of M position OPC drum traveling disthe M OPC drum tance when executing the BK process traveling distance.15 (HOUR) 0 0 0-15 (Above)+(MINUTE) 6 0-1 1 .999 10 1 . Bias change difference value used for judgment of HT process control Select of synchronous/asynchronous of the power ON process control RG_TEMP_TIMER RG_PERM_TIMER RG_HOUR_TIMER Execution timing setting after turning ON the power Span setting from execution Disable to Enable RG_BW_SYNC Setting of Enable/Disable of the registration adjustment after a monochrome job Span setting of timer execution MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 41 Default value Setting range 0 0 .000mm.10 3 1 .999 10 1 .240 (MINUTE) 0 .999(%) Disable/Enable setting and setting of Enable 5 time the number of repetition of the BK Disable 1-5 times process control when monochrome Inhibit print is continued.24 2 1-9 2 1-999 (Entry of 20 corresponds to 100. Setting of the number of pages of item HI-COV set value 2 Setting of the number of connected jobs of the process control and of the limit number of the process control Variable magnification ratio setting (%) of the BK toner count specified value The set value of 100 corresponds to K print of A4 at the print ratio of 5%. When the accumulated traveling distance of M OPC drum unit reaches the specified level from execution of the previous density correction. control (Addition) 1 .) 1-999 (Entry of 20 corresponds to 100.999 1 999 0-2 0 0-1 0 0-1 1 0-1 1 0-1 1 1 . Variable magnification ratio setting (%) of the color (CMY) toner count specified value The set value of 100 corresponds to K print of A4 at the print ratio of 5%.10 10 1 .

2) Enter the value corresponding to the adjustment pattern with 10 keys. (The adjustment pattern is printed out. (Manual adjustment) Section Process Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.255 . NOTE: When the print density is varied in the continuous printing operation. 1 Default value The identification number and the identification signal level of the developing unit are displayed. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 1) Select item A with Arrow key.M. 2 2 8) The adjusted adjustment pattern is printed. this simulation is used. NOTE: For the OPC drum phase adjustment.255 0 . NOTE: Set the items to the default values unless a change is specially required. MUL_MC_ADJ 1-3 Function (Purpose) Used to display the identification information of the developing unit. 2 0-2 4) Select an adjustment pattern whose deflection is within two scale lines on the adjustment pattern of C. Y colors. 3 (SET VALUE) 1-8 1 1 -3 2 Data display Section Developing system Operation/Procedure Item/Display 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.) Item/Display 1 COPY 2 PRINTER 3 FAX SELF PRINT 4 Content Default value Setting range During copy job During print job During FAX print job 1 No execution HV only 2 HV -> HT 0 During self print 2 6) Enter the adjustment pattern sheet number selected in procedure 4). The set value in step 2) is saved. 1 : Deflection check pattern print for every 45 degrees (8-sheet print) 2 : Deflection check pattern print for every 90 degrees (4-sheet print) 3 : Deflection check pattern print at the set value (1-sheet print) Angle step 0 degree (1) 45 degrees (2) 90 degrees (3) 135 degrees (4) 180 degrees (5) 225 degrees (6) 270 degrees (7) 315 degrees (8) 1 : Manual paper feed 2 : 1 CS 3 : 2CS 44-43 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the development bias correction level in the continuous printing operation. 2 7) Press [OK]/[START] key. do not use this simulation. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Item/Display Content 1 PRINT MODE Print mode 2 COLOR Phase adjustment value BK -> CL 3 PAPER Tray selection 44-37 Purpose 5) Select item B with Arrow keys.255 0 . Section Operation/Procedure Item/Display Setting range Contents Range Default value MC bias correction in the continuous printing is enabled / disabled. but use SIM50-22 (auto adjustment). 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. The set value in step 2) is saved. 0-1 0 1 DVCH KIND K 2 DVCH KIND C 3 DVCH KIND M 4 DVCH KIND Y 5 DVCH_AD_K 6 DVCH_AD_C 7 DVCH_AD_M 8 DVCH_AD_Y MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 42 Content K color development unit identification number C color development unit identification number M color development unit identification number Y color development unit identification number K color developing unit identification number AD value C color developing unit identification number AD value M color developing unit identification number AD value Y color developing unit identification number AD value Display range 1-5 1-5 1-5 1-5 0 . Section Process Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the OPC drum phase.44-29 Purpose 44-31 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the operating conditions of the process control during a job.255 0 .

The set value in step 2) is saved. 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. 46-1 Purpose Section Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the copy density in the copy mode.) The execution frequency of the process control is high. Contents Note 1: HIGH QUALIT Y2 2: PRINT PERFORMANCE The execution frequency of the process control is low. Y and K decrease.99 50 . the copy density is increased. and Y increase. M. (The C/M/Y/K high density process control target values increase. select [PROCON MODE].) The density of K decreases.46 44-62 Purpose Setup/Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to set the process control execution conditions.99 50 1 . (It is set when the color image quality is given priority. M. The set value in step 2) is saved. M.99 50 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. (It is set when the color image quality is given priority.) 0 : CL ID DOWN To adjust the copy density in the low density area.) The standard density of C. the copy density is decreased. 1 : CL ID UP 2 : BK ID DOWN PROCON TARGET Process control target value registration 3 : BK ID UP 4 : ALL ID DOWN 5 : ALL ID UP 6: NORMAL 0: HIGH QUALIT Y1 PROCON MODE Density adjustment timing mode Content The densities of C. M.99 50 1 . Item/Display 1 2 TEXT LOW TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO 3 PHOTOGRAPH 1 TEXT 2 HIGH TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH 3 46-2 Purpose Content Exposure adjustment (color copy) text Exposure adjustment (color copy) text/printed photo Exposure adjustment (color copy) photograph Exposure adjustment (color copy) text Exposure adjustment (color copy) text/printed photo Exposure adjustment (color copy) photograph Setting range Default value 1 .) The densities of C.99 50 1 .99 50 1 . (It is set when the job speed is given priority. Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.) 3 : BW MODE The process control is executed in the normal frequency. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved. To change the image density in the high density area. When the adjustment value is increased. select the "LOW" mode and change the adjustment value. To adjust the copy density in the high density area. (The C/M/Y high density process control target values decrease.99 50 1 . When the adjustment value is decreased. Item/Display 1 2 TEXT LOW 3 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 43 TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH Content Exposure adjustment (monochrome copy) text Exposure adjustment (monochrome copy) text/printed photo Exposure adjustment (monochrome copy) photograph Setting range Default value 1 . select [ PROCON TARGET]. (The high density process control target value decreases. Adjustment (Color copy mode) Section Operation/Procedure A suitable one is selected among a number of options depending on the condition. 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. select the "HIGH" mode and change the adjustment value. (The C/M/Y high density process control target values increase. (It is set when there are little color jobs and many monochrome jobs. Y and K increase. (The C/M/Y/K high density process control target values decrease. Item/ Display 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. (The high density process control target value increases. (The C/M/Y/K high density process control target values are the standard values. M.) The execution frequency of the process control is highest.) 4: NORMAL The process control is executed in the normal frequency.99 50 Adjustment (Monochrome copy mode) Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the copy density in the copy mode.) The density of K increases. and Y decrease.) The densities of C. Y and K. Process Operation/Procedure This simulation allows collective change in the set contents of SIM44-4 and SIM44-28. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. To change the frequency of the process control operations.) The densities of C.

99 50 1 .99 48 1 .99 48 1 .Item/Display 1 2 TEXT HIGH TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH 3 46-4 Purpose Content Exposure adjustment (monochrome copy) text Exposure adjustment (monochrome copy) text/printed photo Exposure adjustment (monochrome copy) photograph Setting range Default value 1 . 3 1 .99 Adjustment (RSPF mode) Operation/Procedure 2 Default value Section Section 1 Setting range Content Exposure adjustment (monochrome scanner) text LOW Exposure adjustment (monochrome scanner)) text/printed photo LOW Exposure adjustment (monochrome scanner)) photograph LOW 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. 1 : Stop process at the edge) Destination setting (0 : Japan.99 48 1 .99 53 1 . 2 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved. Item/Display TEXT TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO 3 PHOTOGRAPH 1 TEXT 2 HIGH TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH 3 46-5 Purpose Content Exposure adjustment (color scanner) text Exposure adjustment (color scanner)) text/printed photo Exposure adjustment (color scanner)) photograph Exposure adjustment (color scanner)) text Exposure adjustment (color scanner)) text/printed photo Exposure adjustment (color scanner)) photograph Setting range Default value 1 .99 50 1 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Section 50 Item/Display TEXT TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH Item/Display COPY LOW HIGH SCAN SCAN FAX 46-19 Purpose Content RSPF copy mode exposure adjustment (low density) RSPF scanner mode exposure adjustment (low density) RSPF FAX mode exposure adjustment (low density) RSPF copy mode exposure adjustment (high density) RSPF scanner mode exposure adjustment (high density) RSPF FAX mode exposure adjustment (high density) Setting range Default value 1 . Setting range Default value 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved. LOW 50 Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. The set value in step 2) is saved.99 50 Adjustment (Color scanner mode) Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the density in the image send mode.99 50 2 1 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 Section Operation/Procedure 1 50 Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the scan image density. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 53 1 . Item/Display TEXT HIGH TEXT/ PRINTED PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH 3 46-9 Purpose Content Exposure adjustment (monochrome scanner)) text HIGH Exposure adjustment (monochrome scanner)) text/printed photo HIGH Exposure adjustment (monochrome scanner)) photograph HIGH 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 1 : Overseas) Range Default value 0-1 1 1-2 1 .99 50 2 1 .99 53 Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the operating conditions for the density scanning (exposure) of monochrome auto copy mode documents.99 50 3 Adjustment (Monochrome scanner mode) Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the density in the image send mode.99 50 2 1 .99 50 3 FAX 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 1 .99 50 1 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 50 Item/Display 1 AE_MODE 2 DESTINATION MODE MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 44 Content Auto exposure mode (0 : Real time process.99 50 1 COPY 1 . 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. The set value in step 2) is saved. Operation/Procedure LOW 1 .

Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the density correction of copy high density section (High density tone gap supported).Item/Display 46-21 Purpose Adjustment 6 Function (Purpose) Copy color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) Section 4) Press [OK]/[START] key. the tone gap is better. 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. then the adjustment result pattern is printed. 4. The half tone correction adjustment is processed. . The color patch image (adjustment pattern) is printed out. The set value is saved. When [OK]/[START] key is pressed. set items A and B to "0. 3) Enter the setting value with 10 keys. The copy color balance automatic adjustment is performed.999 0 . When the adjustment value is increased. The set value in step 2) is saved. the check pattern in printed in the color balance and density corresponding to the adjustment value. 46-24 Purpose Adjustment Function (Purpose) Color balance adjustment (Auto adjustment) Section Operation/Procedure 1 255 128 1 255 128 1 255 128 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. set items A and B to "1. However. 5. 4) Press [OK]/[START] key. 0 1 46-27 Purpose Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. Setting range * Operation/Procedure 2) Press [OK]/[START] key.999 Item/Display (Copy mode) TEXT (SLOPE) TEXT (INTERCEPT) TEXT PRT(SLOPE) TEXT PRT (INTERCEPT) 500 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 45 Content Character edge gamma skew adjustment Character edge / photo mode gamma skew adjustment MIn Max 1 99 1 99 1 99 1 99 . 0 1 Enable Inhibit 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. The density of high density part decreases. 0-1 0 . and vice versa. BLACK MAX TARGET Content NOTE: Do not change the values of items 3. Press [OK]/[START] key.999 500 When tone gap is generated in the high density area. 1 2 3 4 0 . * To increase the density in the high density area further. The tone gap may occur in high density part. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. the image density is increased. the density in the high density area is changed. Density level (Point) Point 1 Point 17 Point 1 Point 17 Point 1 Point 17 Point 1 Point 17 Item/Display K C M Y POINT1K POINT17 K POINT1C POINT17 C POINT1M POINT17 M POINT1Y POINT17 Y 46-23 Purpose MIn Max Default value 1 255 128 Default value Scanner target value for BLACK maximum density correction 0 . The half tone correction target registration is processed. 2) Plate the printed adjustment pattern on the document table. Section Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. If these values are changed.999 1 500 500 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. and 6. Item/Display Content CMY engine highest density correction mode : Enable CMY engine highest density correc1 tion mode : Disable K engine highest 0 density correction mode : Enable K engine highest 1 density correction mode : Disable Scanner target value for CYAN maximum density correction Scanner target value for MAGENTA maximum density correction Scanner target value for YELLOW maximum density correction Setting range Default value 2 CMY (0 : ENABLE 1 : DISABLE) 0-1 0 K (0 : ENABLE 1 : DISABLE) 3 CYAN MAX TARGET 4 MAGENTA MAX TARGET 5 YELLOW MAX TARGET Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the gamma/density of copy images.

99 50 Adjustment/Setup 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. the density is decreased.99 50 Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the FAX send image density. When the adjustment value of item 1 is decreased and the adjustment value of item 2 is increased. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Input large numeric value to decrease moire. Item/Display 1 COLOR COPY 2 MONO COPY 3 FAX 4 COLOR PUSH 5 MONO PUSH Content AE reactivity control (COLOR COPY) AE reactivity control (MONO COPY) AE reactivity control (FAX) AE reactivity control (COLOR PUSH) AE reactivity control (MONO PUSH) 46-37 Purpose Setting range Default value 0 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. (Normal) 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. (Collective adjustment of all the modes) 1 . STD FINE S-FINE FINE/HT S-FINE/HT Content Normal Fine Super Fine Fine + Halftone Super Fine + halftone Setting range 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 Default value 1 1 1 1 1 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Section This simulation is used to adjust the reproducibility of red and yellow images when copy a color document of red and yellow images in the gray push scanning mode. the copy density of red images is increased. the adjustment value is set and the scanned document image is outputted. 2) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. The set value in step 2) is saved. When the adjustment value is decreased. the image contrast of the total image is increased. the image contrast of the total image is decreased. When the adjustment value is decreased.999 Default value 347 701 When the adjustment values of items 1 and 2 are decreased. The set value in step 2) is saved. (Fine) Section MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 46 .255 160 0 .5 6 Item/Display (Copy mode) PHOTO (SLOPE) PHOTO (INTERCEPT) Content MIn Max Character edge / photography mode gamma skew adjustment 1 99 1 99 46-39 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the sharpness of FAX send images. Item/Display 1 2 R-Ratio G-Ratio Content Gray making setting (R) Gray making setting (G) Setting range 0 . Input small numeric value to obtain crispy image. the image density of the total image is decreased. When the adjustment value of INTERCEPT is increased. 46-40 Purpose 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.255 160 0 . 1 2 3 4 5 Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys.999 0 . Item/Display 1 2 AE MANUAL 46-42 Purpose Content Auto exposure value (Normal) Manual exposure value (Normal) Setting range 1 . 46-32 Purpose 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. 1) Set the original on the original table. the adjustment value is set and the scanned document image is outputted.99 Default value 50 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key When [START] key is pressed. Section When the adjustment values of SLOPE are changed. (Collective adjustment of all the modes) Section Operation/Procedure 1) Set the original on the original table. Item/Display Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the AE reactivity control. When [START] key is pressed. the copy density is decreased. the copy density of yellow images is increased. When the adjustment value of item 1 is increased and the adjustment value of item 2 is decreased.255 160 0 . 3) Determine the value and starts the test print with pressing [START] key.255 160 Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the FAX send image density. Item/Display Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the color document reproducibility in the monochrome copy mode. the gamma of the total image is changed. Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the FAX send image density. the image density of the total image is increased. Operation/Procedure When the adjustment value of SLOPE is increased.255 160 0 . Section 1 AUTO 46-41 Purpose Operation/Procedure Content Setting range Default value Used to adjust the FAX send image density. When the adjustment values are increased. Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.

This simulation is used to improve image quality in these modes and images.255 1 .99 50 1 .255 1 .255 1 .99 50 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key When [START] key is pressed.Operation/Procedure 1) Set the original on the original table.99 50 1 . the adjustment value is set and the scanned document image is outputted. When the image density is insufficient or a background copy is made in heavy paper copy.255 1 . the adjustment pattern is printed. and the line image edges. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. To reset the adjustment values of all the items. Item/Display Content 1 AE(PHOTO ON) 2 AE(PHOTP OFF) 3 MANUAL(PHOTO ON) 4 MANUAL(PHOTO OFF) 46-51 Purpose Automatic exposure value (Super fine/HT) Automatic exposure value (Super fine) Manual exposure value (Super fine/ HT) Manual exposure value (Super fine) Adjustment/Setup Section Setting range Default value 1 . The color balance. change this adjustment value to adjust the image density. the text. (Manual adjustment) Section Operation/Procedure 46-54 Purpose Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to reset the copy color balance adjustment (auto adjustment for each dither). (A4 or 11" x 8. and the gradation are adjusted for the monochrome mode. 2) Select an adjustment target color with [OK]/[START] key. 2) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.99 50 1 . 7 8 9 10 Item/Display DITHER1 M DITHER1 Y DITHER2 DITHER3 Item/Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 POINT1 POINT2 POINT3 POINT4 POINT5 POINT6 POINT7 POINT8 POINT9 POINT10 POINT11 POINT12 POINT13 POINT14 POINT15 POINT16 POINT17 Content Color error diffusion M Color error diffusion Y Monochrome error diffusion Monochrome dither (600dpi) Density level (Point) Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 Point 4 Point 5 Point 6 Point 7 Point 8 Point 9 Point 10 Point 11 Point 12 Point 13 Point 14 Point 15 Point 16 Point 17 Setting range 1 . MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 47 .99 50 Operation/Procedure Select item (Mode/Image) ALL Heavy Paper Color ED Dither B/W ED B/W 600dpi Content All dither values Dither values for heavy paper Dither values for color mode Dither values for the monochrome mode Dither values for the monochrome 600dpi mode Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the gamma for the copy mode heavy paper mode and the image process mode. 46-52 Purpose 3) Press [OK]/[START] key When [START] key is pressed. Function (Purpose) Used to reset the copy color balance adjustment (adjustment for each dither) to the default value.) The color patch image (adjustment pattern) is printed.255 1 . Section 1) Select a target adjustment mode with 10keys.255 1 . (Super Fine) Section Operation/Procedure 1) Set the original on the original table. Operation/Procedure 4) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 2) Set the color patch image (adjustment pattern) printed in the procedure 1) on the document table so that the thin lines on the printed color patch image (adjustment pattern) are on the left side.5" paper is automatically selected.255 Default value 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 2) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. Item/Display Content 1 AE(PHOTO ON) 2 AE(PHOTP OFF) 3 MANUAL(PHOTO ON) 4 MANUAL(PHOTO OFF) 46-43 Purpose Automatic exposure value (Fine/ HT) Automatic exposure value (Fine) Manual exposure value (Fine/HT) Manual exposure value (Fine) Setting range Default value 1 .255 1 . 3) Select a target adjustment density level with Arrow keys. select [ALL].255 1 .255 1 . the heavy paper mode.99 50 2) Press [OK]/[START] key 1 .255 1 . Place 5 sheets of white paper on the printed color patch image (adjustment pattern). the density.255 1 .255 1 . 5) Press [OK]/[START] key When COPY key is pressed. The color balance adjustment is automatically performed. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Item/Display HEAVYPAPER K HEAVYPAPER C HEAVYPAPER M HEAVYPAPER Y DITHER1 K DITHER1 C Content Copier heavy paper K Copier heavy paper C Copier heavy paper M Copier heavy paper Y Color error diffusion K Color error diffusion C 1) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the FAX send image density.255 1 . 1 .255 1 . the adjustment value is set and the scanned document image is outputted.255 1 .99 50 1) Select an item to be reset to the default (for each dither) with 10 keys.255 1 .

and vice versa. Item/Display COLOR MONO FUM DVM DM C2MM FUM DM FUM DVM DM Content Min Max Drum motor correction value Drum motor correction value Drum motor correction value 2CStransport motor correction value Fusing motor correction value Drum motor correction value Drum motor correction value Drum motor correction value Drum motor correction value 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 Adjustment 49-1 Purpose Function (Purpose) Used to perform the firmware update. "COMPLETE" is displayed. and the adjustment results are registered. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 48 . the speed is increased. Check it for any abnormality.The adjustment pattern is printed out. Item/Display 50 Operation/Procedure HEAVY 48-1 Purpose 1 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.5" paper is automatically selected. When the operation normally completed. The adjustment pattern is printed out. A change of "1" in the adjustment value of item 2. When [EXECUTE] key is pressed. press [EXECUTE] key. To execute the adjustment of the other item (Mode/Image).99 50 1 .99 50 3) Select a target firmware file for update. 6) Press [OK]/[START] key. 9) When [OK]/[START] key is pressed. 48 Default value RSPF document back surface magnification ratio (Sub scan) SPFB (SUB) 5) Select an adjustment item (for each dither). Section Section Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 10)Make a copy.99 Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the rotation speed of each motor. (A4 or 11" x 8. the image magnification ratio is increased. 48-6 Purpose Adjustment Section 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. The selected firmware is updated. When terminated abnormally. 4. The set value in step 2) is saved. The list of the adjustment items (for each dither) is displayed. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. After completion of all the adjustments of the items (Mode/ Image). Place 5 sheets of white paper on the printed color patch image (adjustment pattern). 3. 4) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 1 . 4) Press [OK]/[START] key. Setting range Content SCAN main scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CCD) SCAN sub scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CCD) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio (Main scan) RSPF document front surface magnification ratio (Sub scan) RSPF document back surface magnification ratio (Main scan) Setting range Default value 1 . The color balance adjustment is automatically performed. Press Arrow key to select all the Firmware collectively. the adjustment result is registered and the adjustment mode is terminated. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. 1) Save the firmware to the USB flash drive. press [OK]/[START] key. 8) Press [OK]/[START] key. 5) Press [OK]/[START] key. 2) Insert the USB flash drive into the main unit. When the adjustment value is increased.99 50 1 . 1 CCD (MAIN) 2 CCD (SUB) 3 SPF (MAIN) 4 SPF (SUB) 5 SPFB (MAIN) Defa ult 56 56 56 56 56 56 54 56 56 49 Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the scan image magnification ratio (in the main scanning direction and the sub scanning direction). The set value in step 1) is saved. "ERROR" is displayed. When the adjustment value is increased. or 6 corresponds to a change of about 0. A change of "1" in the adjustment value of item 1. Check it for any abnormality.1% in the speed.1% in the copy magnification ratio. or 5 corresponds to a change of about 0. A change of 1 in the adjustment value corresponds to a change of about 0.99 50 1 . Item/Display 6 Content 7) Set the color patch image (adjustment pattern) printed in the procedure 6) on the document table so that the thin lines on the printed color patch image (adjustment pattern) are on the left side. and check the copy image quality. the adjustment result is registered and the screen is shifted to the other item (Mode/Image) select menu.02% in the copy magnification ratio.) The color patch image (adjustment pattern) is printed out.

Item/Display 1 RRCA 2 3 Lead edge adjustment value RRCBADU 5 7 Image loss area setting value 8 9 12 LEAD SIDE DENA Void area adjustment 10 11 RRCBDSK RRCBMFT 4 6 RRCBCS1 Off-center adjustment Magnification ratio correc-tion DENB FRONT/ REAR OFSET_ OC SCAN_ SPEED_ OC Setting range Default value 0 . (DEN-A) The paper lead edge void amount is adjusted.1mm/step) Operation/Procedure RRCA: Image lead edge reference position adjustment LEAD: Lead edge image loss adjustment SIDE: Side image loss adjustment 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. (0. the timing is advanced. 50-1 Purpose * Adjustment Function (Purpose) Copy image position.mm/step) * When the value is decreased.99 50 Content Document lead edge reference position (OC) Standard Tray Resist motor ON timing adjustment Lead edge image loss area setting Side image loss area adjustment Lead edge void area adjustment Rear edge void area adjustment FRONT/REAR void area adjustment OC document offcenter adjustment SCAN sub scanning magnification ratio adjustment (CCD) MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 49 .99 35 1 . the timing is advanced. (0. the image loss is increased. LEAD.99 50 1. 15 2) Insert the USB flash drive into the main unit. 6.99 50 1 . and SIDE to the default.5.1mm/ step) 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. The set value in step 2) is saved. When the operation normally completed. . the timing is delayed. (0. (RRC-B) Timing of paper (resist roller ON) for the image position on the transfer belt is adjusted. (0. "COMPLETE" is displayed. 13 Section Operation/Procedure 14 1) Save the FPGA file to the USB flash drive.99 35 1 .99 50 1 . the selected firmware is started to be updated. When the value is increased. (0. Press Arrow key to select all the FPGA collectively.49-2 Purpose Item/Display Function (Purpose) Used to perform the FPGA update.99 10 1 . * When the value is increased.99 50 1 . (RRC-A) Timing from starting document scanning to specifying the image lead edge reference is adjusted.99 10 0 . Right after pressing the button. 4) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 ADU 1 .1mm/step) 8.1mm/ step) 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. 7. When the value is increased. 50 DENBMFT DENBCS1 DENBCS2 DENBADU Content Manual feed correction value Tray 1 correction value Tray 2 correction value ADU correction value Setting range Default value 1 .99 40 Desk 1 . 2 .99 42 Manual paper feed 1 . Set the items other than RRCA. (SIDE) The side image loss amount is adjusted. (0. "ERROR" is displayed. image loss adjustment Section When the value is increased. Sub scanning direction print area correction value 16 3) Select a target FPGA file for update.99 40 1 . * When the value is increased.1mm/ step) * When the value is increased. the timing is delayed. When terminated abnormally. the void is increased. 9 (DEN-B) The paper rear edge void amount is adjusted. the void is increased.99 50 0 . 10.99 50 1 . the image loss is increased. (FRONT/REAR) The void amount on the right and left edges of paper is adjusted.99 50 1 . (LEAD) The lead edge image loss amount is adjusted.1mm/step) * When the value is decreased. (01. 5) Turn OFF and ON the power of the machine.

1mm. Item 1 . Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select a target adjustment item (DEN-C) with Arrow key.1mm change MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 50 .99 10 0 .99 40 3 FRONT/REAR 1 . the void amount is increased. 7 1 2 SIDE1 SIDE2 Content Front surface document scan position adjustment (CIS) Back surface document scan position adjustment (CIS) Setting range Default value 1 . 1 DEN-C Used to adjust the print lead edge image position. the distanced is decreased. the scan timing is delayed. and check to confirm that it is in the standard adjustment value range. the print area adjustment value in the sub scanning direction for the paper transport direction is decreased by 0.99 35 4 DENB-MFT 1 . 6 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 4) Measure the distance from the paper lead edge the adjustment pattern to the image lead edge. Fine adjustment value of each paper feed source for the adjustment value of DEN-B When the adjustment value is increased.1mm. (PRINTER MODE) 1 . When the set value is changed by 1. When the adjustment value is decreased.99 50 2 DEN-B Rear edge void area adjustment 1 . the image loss is increased. 2) Enter the adjustment value using the 10 keys. the distance from the paper lead edge to the image lead edge is increased.99 35 0 . Adjustment of the void amount generated on the left and right edges of paper.50-5 Purpose When the adjustment value is increased. When the adjustment value of this item is decreased by 1. the printer print start position in the paper transport direction is shifted to the lead edge by 0. When the adjustment value is increased. When the adjustment value of item B (DEN-B) is decreased by 1. The set value in step 2) is saved. The set value is saved. Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the print lead edge image position. the distance is changed by about 0.99 10 0 .99 35 Item 1. and the adjustment check pattern is printed. Standard reference value: 4. Item/Display 50-6 Purpose Adjustment 3 Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the copy image position and the image loss.1mm.8: When the adjustment value is increased.0 +/.99 50 1 . the distance from the paper lead edge to the image lead edge is decreased. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 50 FRONT_REAR (SIDE1) TRAIL_EDGE (SIDE1) 5 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. 2: When the adjustment value is increased. (PRINTER MODE) When the set value is changed by 1.99 10 0 . 1 . When the adjustment value is decreased.99 50 5 DENB-CS1 6 DENB-CS2 7 DENB-ADU FRONT/REAR void area adjustment Manual feed rear edge void area adjustment correction value Tray 1 rear edge void area adjustment correction value Tray 2 rear edge void area adjustment correction value ADU rear edge void aria adjustment correction value Void amount generated at the paper rear edge.99 50 1 . the distance is changed by about 0. the distance from the paper lead edge to the image lead edge is increased.0mm Item/Display Content Setting range Default value NOTE Adjustment value too align the print lead edge for the printer.99 10 0 . Item/Display Image loss amount setting SIDE1 LEAD_EDGE (SIDE1) Image loss amount setting SIDE2 8 LEAD_EDGE (SIDE2) FRONT_REAR (SIDE2) TRAIL_EDGE (SIDE2) Content Front surface lead edge image loss amount setting Front surface side image loss amount setting Front surface rear edge image loss amount setting Back surface lead edge image loss amount setting Back surface side image loss amount setting Back surface rear edge image loss amount setting Setting range Default value 0 .2.1mm.8: 1 step = 0. (RSPF mode) Section RSPF Operation/Procedure 4 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 50 1 .99 50 Item 3 .

99 50 6 1 .99 1 .99 50 1 .99 50 1 .99 50 1 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.1mm change 1-3 1 2 3 NOTE Adjustment Item List 2(CS1) 50-20 Purpose Adjustment Function (Purpose) Image registration adjustment (Manual adjustment) Section Operation/Procedure 50-12 Purpose 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.F are not properly adjusted. it is shifted to the front frame side. The set value in step 2) is saved. When the adjustment value is increased. 1 OFFSET_S UB_C 2 OFFSET_M AIN_C_F 3 OFFSET_M AIN_C_R 1step = 0. the BK image magnification ratio in the main scanning direction is increased.99 50 1 . Content Setting range Main scan print magnification ratio BK Print off center adjustment value (Manual paper feed) Print off center adjustment value (Tray 1) Print off center adjustment value (Tray 2) Print off center adjustment value (Duplex) (NOTE) If the adjustment items A .99 50 . When the adjustment value is decreased. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to perform the scan image off-center position adjustment.99 1 .99 50 5 OFFSET_M AIN_M_F 1 .99 50 1 . Section Operation/Procedure Item/Display 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. When the adjustment value is decreased.99 1 . Item 2 .) 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 50 40 42 50 Item/Display 1 BK-MAG 2 MAIN-MFT 3 4 MAIN-CS1 MAIN-CS2 5 MAIN-ADU 6 7 8 9 SUB-MFT SUB-CS1 SUB-DSK SUB-ADU 10 PAPER MFT CS1 CS2 Item 1: When the set value is increased.50-10 Purpose Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the black print image magnification ratio and the off-center position.99 53 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. it is shifted to the rear frame side. (The adjustment is made separately for each scan mode. the image position is shifted to the rear frame side.99 50 1 .1mm Item/Display 1 OC 2 SPF(FRONT) 3 SPF (Rear) Content Document table image offcenter adjustment RSPF front surface image off-center adjustment RSPF back surface image off-center adjustment Setting range Default value 4 OFFSET_S UB_M 1 . Manual paper feed Standard cassette Resist motor ON timing adjustment DESK ADU Manual paper feed Cassette selection Cassette 1 Cassette 2 60 .99 50 50 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved.99 50 OFFSET_M AIN_M_R 7 OFFSET_S UB_Y 8 OFFSET_M AIN_Y_F 9 OFFSET_M AIN_Y_R MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 51 Contents Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction offset value CYAN Registration adjustment value main scanning direction offset value CYAN (FRONT) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction offset value CYAN (REAR) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction offset value MAGENTA Registration adjustment value main scanning direction offset value MAGENTA (FRONT) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction offset value MAGENTA (REAR) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction offset value YELLOW Registration adjustment value main scanning direction offset value YELLOW (FRONT) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction offset value YELLOW (REAR) Range Default value 1 .140 Default value 100 1 .99 50 1 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.) Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. this adjustment cannot be executed properly. Item 2 .99 50 1 . it is shifted to the front frame side.7: When the adjustment value is increased.7: 1 step = 0. the image magnification ratio is decreased.99 1 . When the set value is decreased.99 53 1 . (The adjustment is made separately for each paper feed section.

1999 REGIST_MAIN_ M_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Magenta laser writing position F side) 10 .359 100 1 .1999 REGIST_MAIN_ Y_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Yellow laser writing position F side) 10 .1999 REGIST_MAIN_ Y_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Yellow laser writing position R side) 10 . Item/Display Content Display SKEW_K Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) -999 .199 100 1 .1999 REGIST_SUB_ Y Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Yellow drum -> Black drum) 10 .359 PHASE before OPC drum phase adjustment value (BK to CL) 0 .1990 REGIST_MAIN_ M_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta laser writing position R side) -1999 .999 1 .1990 REGIST_SUB_ Y(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow drum -> Black drum) -1999 .1990 REGIST_MAIN_ M_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta laser writing position F side) -1999 . 2:CS1(Cassette1) 3:CS2(Cassette 2) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction value CYAN (Black Drum standard) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction CYAN F side (Cyan laser writing position F side) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction CYAN R side (Cyan laser writing position R side) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction value Magenta (Black Drum standard) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction MAGENTA F side (Magenta laser writing position F side) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction MAGENTA R side (Magenta laser writing position R side) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction value Yellow (Black Drum standard) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction YELLOW F side (Yellow laser writing position F side) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction YELLOW R side (Yellow laser writing position R side) Cassette selection 1:MFT(Manual paper feed). 2:CS1(Cassette1) 3:CS2(Cassette 2) 50-22 Purpose Range Default value Content Display SKEW_M Item/Display Print skew amount calculation result (Magenta) -999 .199 100 1 .1990 REGIST_MAIN_ Y_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow laser writing position R side) -1999 .1990 REGISTMAIN_ C_R(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan laser writing position R side) -1999 . The set value in step 2) is saved. and are not necessary for the market.1990 .1999 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 52 10 .199 100 100 Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan drum to Black drum) -1999 .199 100 Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Cyan laser writing position F side) REGISTMAIN_ C_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Cyan laser writing position R side) 10 .1999 1 .199 100 SKEW_Y(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Yellow) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 . NOTE: The contents of the following list are mainly used by the technical division.1999 REGIST_MAIN_ M_R Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Magenta laser writing position R side) 10 .199 100 REGISTMAIN_ C_F Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Cyan laser writing position F side) 10 .999 SKEW_M(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Magenta) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 .199 100 REGIST_SUB_ C Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Cyan drum -> Black drum) 1 .999 SKEW_C Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) -999 .199 100 REGISTMAIN_ C_F(DIF) -1999 .199 100 1 .1990 1 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.999 SKEW_C(DIF) Print skew amount calculation result (Cyan) (Difference from the previous adjustment value) -1999 .1990 REGIST_SUB_ M(DIF) Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Magenta drum to Black drum) -1999 .199 REGIST_SUB_ C(DIF) 1 .Item/Display 10 PAPER 11 REGIST_SU B_C 12 13 REGIST_MA IN_C_F REGIST_MA IN_C_R 14 REGIST_SU B_M 15 REGIST_MA IN_M_F 16 17 18 19 20 REGIST_MA IN_M_R REGIST_SU B_Y REGIST_MA IN_Y_F REGIST_MA IN_Y_R PAPER Contents Cassette selection 1:MFT(Manual paper feed). 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.199 100 SKEW_Y Print skew amount calculation result (Yellow) -999 .1999 PHASE OPC drum phase adjustment value (BK to CL) 0 .1999 1 .199 100 100 1 .1999 1 .1999 1-3 2(CS1) 1 .1990 REGIST_MAIN_ Y_F(DIF) Registration adjustment value main scanning direction (Difference from the previous adjustment value) (Yellow laser writing position F side) -1999 .1999 REGIST_SUB_ M Registration adjustment value sub scanning direction (Magenta drum -> Black drum) 10 .199 100 1-3 2(CS1) Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the image registration. sub scan direction) (Auto adjustment)/OPC drum phase adjustment (Auto adjustment) Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. (Main scan direction.

There is no pitch data. Main scanning adjustment error There is no pitch data. There is no pitch data. There is no pitch data. The pitch data number are not the specified value. There is no pitch data. <Error displays in case of abnormal end > Error code Forcible end error - 1 2 4 Basic error 5 6 7 8 Sub scanning adjustment error Error display INTERRUPTION INTERRUPTION TONNER EMPTY 01 BEFOR BEHAVIOR 02 SENSOR CALIBLATION F 04 SENSOR CALIBLATION R 05 SENSOR CALIBLATION FR 06 TIME OVER 07 PROCESS CONTROL 08 10 DATA_S UB_K_F _all 10 11 DATA_S UB_K_F _any 11 15 DATA_S UB_K_R _all 15 16 DATA_S UB_K_R _any 16 20 DATA_S UB_C_F _all 20 Error content Description Door open end Door open during operation Stop button end CA button pressed during operation OFF end Unconfirmed operation during operation Toner Empty BK or ALL Color toner EMPTY detection Other condition Other condition Calibration error Calibration error R The target is not reached by 3 times of retry of F or R Sub scanning adjustment error Calibration error FR Time error Process control error Data number error Sub scanning direction BK F side Data number error Sub scanning direction BK F side Data number error Sub scanning direction BK R side Data number error Sub scanning direction BK R side Data number error Sub scanning direction CY F side No data is received for 90 sec. Process control error detection There is no pitch data. There is no pitch data. The pitch data number are not the specified value. after receiving the previous data. turn and click the skew adjustment screw (LSU) counterclockwise by the value. The pitch data number are not the specified value. When "L" is displayed in front of the value. Error display 21 DATA_S UB_C_F _any 21 25 DATA_S UB_C_R _all 25 26 DATA_S UB_C_R _any 26 30 DATA_S UB_M_F _all 30 31 DATA_S UB_M_F _any 31 35 DATA_S UB_M_ R_all 35 36 DATA_S UB_M_ R_any 36 40 DATA_S UB_Y_F _all 40 41 DATA_S UB_Y_F _any 41 45 DATA_S UB_Y_R _all 45 46 DATA_S UB_Y_R _any 46 50 DATA_M AIN_K_ F_all 50 51 DATA_M AIN_K_ F_any 51 At that time. There is no pitch data. The pitch data number are not the specified value. There is no pitch data.*1: The color image skew adjustment is performed according to this display value. Error code When "R" is displayed in front of the value. turn and click the skew adjustment screw (LSU) clockwise by the value. . The pitch data number are not the specified value. The pitch data number are not the specified value. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 53 Error content Data number error Sub scanning direction CY F side Data number error Sub scanning direction CY R side Data number error Sub scanning direction CY R side Data number error Sub scanning direction MG F side Data number error Sub scanning direction MG F side Data number error Sub scanning direction MG F side Data number error Sub scanning direction MG R side Data number error Sub scanning direction YE F side Data number error Sub scanning direction YE F side Data number error Sub scanning direction YE R side Data number error Sub scanning direction YE R side Data number error Main scanning direction BK F side Data number error Main scanning direction BK F side Description The pitch data number are not the specified value. The pitch data number are not the specified value. The pitch data number are not the specified value. the values under the decimal point are rounded.

Error display 86 DATA_M AIN_Y_ R_any 86 91 RANGE _SUB_C 91 93 RANGE _SUB_M 93 95 RANGE _SUB_Y 95 97 RANGE _MAIN_ C_F 97 99 RANGE _MAIN_ C_R 99 101 RANGE _MAIN_ M_F 101 103 RANGE _MAIN_ M_R 103 105 RANGE _MAIN_ Y_F 105 107 RANGE _MAIN_ Y_R 107 There is no pitch data. . There is no pitch data. Main scanning adjustment error There is no pitch data.Error code Error display 55 DATA_M AIN_K_ R_all 55 56 DATA_M AIN_K_ R_any 56 60 61 Main scanning adjustment error DATA_M AIN_C_ F_all 60 DATA_M AIN_C_ F_any 61 65 DATA_M AIN_C_ R_all 65 66 DATA_M AIN_C_ R_any 66 70 DATA_M AIN_M_ F_all 70 71 DATA_M AIN_M_ F_any71 75 DATA_M AIN_M_ R_all 75 76 DATA_M AIN_M_ R_any 76 80 DATA_M AIN_Y_ F_all 80 81 DATA_M AIN_Y_ F_any 81 85 DATA_M AIN_Y_ R_all 85 Error content Data number error Main scanning direction BK R side Data number error Main scanning direction BK R side Data number error Main scanning direction CY F side Data number error Main scanning direction CY F side Data number error Main scanning direction CY R side Data number error Main scanning direction CY R side Data number error Main scanning direction MG F side Data number error Main scanning direction MG F side Data number error Main scanning direction MG R side Data number error Main scanning direction MG R side Data number error Main scanning direction YE F side Data number error Main scanning direction YE F side Data number error Main scanning direction YE R side Error code Description There is no pitch data. Main scanning adjustment erro The pitch data number are not the specified value. The pitch data number are not the specified value. The pitch data number are not the specified value. There is no pitch data. Main scanning adjustment error There is no pitch data. The calculation result value is not within the allowable range. The pitch data number are not the specified value. The pitch data number are not the specified value. Sub scanning adjustment error The pitch data number are not the specified value. There is no pitch data. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 54 Error content Data number error Main scanning direction YE R side Adjustment value error Sub scanning direction CY R side Adjustment value error Sub scanning direction MG Adjustment value error Sub scanning direction YE Adjustment value error Main scanning direction CY R side Adjustment value error Main scanning direction CY R side Adjustment value error Sub scanning direction MG F side Adjustment value error Main scanning direction MG F side Adjustment value error Adjustment value error Adjustment value error Main scanning direction YE R side Description The pitch data number are not the specified value.

2 51-2 Purpose TC2 ON TIMING TC2 OFF TIMING Content Secondary transfer voltage ON timing setting Secondary transfer voltage OFF timing setting Defaul t value Default value 1 . the transfer ON/OFF timing for the paper is advanced. The set value in step 2) is saved. When the adjustment value is decreased. the timing is changed by about 10ms. The set value in step 2) is saved. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. When the adjustment value is changed by 1. The setting range is -490 . 1 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.) 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. Section Mode Display/Item Setting range Content 1 TRAY1 Main unit cassette / deflection adjustment value (Plain paper) LT size (215mm) or less 1 . the timing is delayed. the warp amount is increased. Operation/Procedure Select an adjustment item [AUTO].1mm.. The set value in step 2) is saved.99 1 . <AUTO: Document lead edge reference (RRCA) adjustment> Item/Display 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 1 .99 1 .3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 53 53-9 Purpose Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to detect the dirt of the SPF unit 53-8 Purpose Section Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the document lead edge reference and the RSPF mode document scan position. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 1 .1mm unit) 1 POS SET START POS SET JOB Default value 2 50 3 POS LV MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 55 Contents RSPF front surface optimum scan position detection setting (When starting) RSPF front surface optimum scan position detection setting (After a job) RSPF front surface optimum scan position detection level setting Range Default value 0-1 0:OFF/ 1:ON 0 0-1 0:OFF/ 1:ON 1 0-1 0:Weak 1:Middle 2:Strong 1 . Section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. the stop timing is changed by 0. Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the ON/OFF timing of the secondary transport voltage. (This adjustment is performed when there is a considerable variation in the print image position on the paper or when paper jams frequently occur. 51 51-1 Purpose When the adjustment value is decreased. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 60 Operation/Procedure Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the contact pressure (deflection amount) on paper by the main unit and the RSPF resist roller. Item/Display Content Setting range MANUAL ADJUST VALUE SPF reading position adjustment (Manula adjustment) 1-99 (0.+490ms. When the adjustment value is changed by 1. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.99 Default value 60 35 60 60 35 15 <Adjustment value> When the adjustment value is increased.99 2 3 4 5 6 MANUAL PLAIN PAPER MANUAL HEAVY PAPER MANUAL ENV ADU PLAIN PAPER DESK Manual feed tray/deflection adjustment value (Plain paper) Manual feed tray/deflection adjustment value (Heavy paper) Manual feed tray/deflection adjustment value (Envelope) ADU/deflection adjustment value (Plain paper) DESK/deflection adjustment value (Plain paper) LT size (215mm) or less LT size (215mm) or less LT size (215mm) or less LT size (215mm) or less 1 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.99 40 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved. When the adjustment value is increased. Section Item/Display Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. the warp amount is decreased.

In case of an abnormal end. A"*": Dirt 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. The set value in step 2) is saved. Laser light detection abnormality(Y) 61-3 Purpose Section Operation/Procedure Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to set the laser power 1) Insert the USB flash drive into the main unit. 1) Insert the USB flash drive into the main unit. 60 55 55-1 Purpose 2) Select a kind of data to be imported with Arrow keys.EXPORT STORED DATA From EEPROM to USB MEMORY DEVICE 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. the print density is increased and the line width of line images are increased. Start the test. Item/Display SPF Content Display the dirt detection position Description SPF glass surface dirt detection position (main scan position 1 to 8) "-": No dirt. . Laser light detection abnormality(K) Laser light emitting abnormality (C) Laser light emitting abnormality (M) Laser light emitting abnormality.53-10 Purpose 56-5 Purpose Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to set the display of the dirt detection position of the SPF Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to import the SIM22-6 data to a USB flash drive in the TEXT format. When the laser power is increased. (SOFT SW) 60-1 Purpose Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the operations (read/write) of the MFP PWB memory. Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys. Data transfer is performed When the operation is completed normally. [OK] is displayed. Section 2) Select a transfer mode with Arrow keys. Section Section Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. "ERROR" is displayed.) Function (Purpose) Used to set the specifications of the engine control operations. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 55-2 Purpose (Do not use this function unless specially required. (SOFT SW) Section (Do not use this function unless specially required. [NG] is displayed. Procedure 2) The selected data are imported. In case of an abnormal end. (Do not use this function unless specially required. 56 56-2 Purpose Description Success Error 61 Operation/Procedure 55-3 Purpose Result display OK NG Data backup (Data transfer) Function (Purpose) Used to backup the data in the EEPROM and Flash memory (including user authentication data) to the USB memory. (SOFT SW) Section 61-1 Purpose Operation test/check Function (Purpose) Used to check the LSU polygon motor rotation and laser emission/detection. (Corresponding to the device cloning and the storage backup.) Function (Purpose) Used to set the specifications of the scanner control operation. Section LSU Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. "COMPLETE" is displayed.) Display NG:PG NG:K NG:C NG:M NG:Y Content Polygon mirror rotation abnormality Laser light emitting abnormality. Section Section Operation/Procedure Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key.) Function (Purpose) Used to set the specifications of the controller operation. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 56 . When the operation is completed normally.IMPORT STORED DATA From USB MEMORY DEVICE to EEPROM . .

255 0 O 4 0 .255 100 X 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 110 X LP C1 3 LP C2 4 LP M1 5 0 .255 110 X LP M2 6 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 0 O 6 7 8 11 0 O 0 .255 100 X 0 .255 0 O LP MID (M) LP MID (Y) 5 10 0 .255 100 X 0 .255 LP MID (C) LP MID (BW) 9 0 .255 100 X 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 100 X 0 .255 0 O .255 110 X 0 .255 Default value 110 Destination linkage 1 X Item/Display 3 COPY CORRECT LP K1 LP K2 2 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 100 O 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 110 X 110 X 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 0 0 O O 8 1 4 PRINT ER MIDDLE 2 0 .255 0 O 0 .Mode Mode 1 Item/Display 1 COPY MIDDLE LP MID (K) LP MID (C) 2 LP MID (M) 3 LP MID (Y) 4 LP MID (BW) 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 COPY LOW LP DUTY MID (K) LP DUTY MID (C) LP DUTY MID (M) LP DUTY MID (Y) LP DUTY MID (BW) LP LOW(K ) LP LOW(C ) LP LOW( M) LP LOW(Y ) LP LOW(B W) LP DUTY LOW(K ) LP DUTY LOW(C ) LP DUTY LOW( M) LP DUTY LOW(Y ) LP DUTY LOW(B W) Content Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/K) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/C) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/M) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/Y) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/ BW) Laser DUTY select low speed (K) Laser DUTY select low speed (C) Laser DUTY select low speed (M) Laser DUTY select low speed (Y) Laser DUTY select low speed (BW) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/K) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/C) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/M) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/Y) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/BW) Laser DUTY select low speed (K) Laser DUTY select low speed (C) Laser DUTY select low speed (M) Laser DUTY select low speed (Y) Laser DUTY select low speed (BW) Setting range 0 .255 LP MID (K) 14 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 57 LP DUTY MID(K) LP DUTY MID(C) LP DUTY MID(M) LP DUTY MID(Y) LP DUTY MID(B W) LP DUTY MID(K1 ) LP DUTY MID(C 1) LP DUTY LOW( M1) LP DUTY LOW(Y 1) Content Used to set the laser power (K1) Used to set the laser power (K2) Used to set the laser power (C1) Used to set the laser power (C2) Used to set the laser power (M1) Used to set the laser power (M2) Used to set the laser power (Y1) Used to set the laser power (Y2) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/K) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/C) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/M) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/Y) Used to set the laser power (Middle speed/ BW) Laser DUTY select middle speed (K) Laser DUTY select middle speed (C) Laser DUTY select middle speed (M) Laser DUTY select middle speed (Y) Laser DUTY select middle speed (BW) Laser DUTY select middle speed (K) 1 BIT Laser DUTY select middle speed (C) 1 BIT Laser DUTY select middle speed (M) 1 BIT Laser DUTY select middle speed (Y) 1 BIT Setting range Default value Destination linkage 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 0 .255 0 O LP Y1 7 LP Y2 0 .255 0 O 12 13 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 100 X 0 .255 100 X 0 .255 110 X 0 .255 0 O 3 0 .255 110 X 0 .

255 0 O 0 . The set value in step 2) is saved.255 110 X 0 . The print image skew adjustment pattern is printed. Used to perform shading.255 0 .255 0 0 O O Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to print the print image skew adjustment pattern. 1) Place the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ or UKOG-0280FCZ1) on the reference position of the left rear frame side of the document table. 63-3 Purpose Section Operation/Procedure Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to perform scanner (CIS) color balance and gamma auto adjustment.255 0 O 0 . Section 0 .255 110 X Item/Display Content A MULTICOUNT B PAPER MFT CS1 CS2 110 X 0 .255 110 X 0 . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key.255 0 O 0 . Item/Display GAIN1(mono) GAIN2(mono) GAIN3(mono) GAIN1(color) GAIN2(color) GAIN3(color) OFFSET1(mono) OFFSET2 (mono) OFFSET3 (mono) OFFSET1 (color) OFFSET2 (color) OFFSET3 (color) SMP MAX1 (mono) SMP MAX2 (mono) SMP MAX3 (mono) SMP MAX1 (color) SMP MAX2 (color) SMP MAX3 (color) TARGET VALUE BLACK LEVEL ERROR CODE Content Gain adjustment value1 (monochrome) Gain adjustment value2 (monochrome) Gain adjustment value3 (monochrome) Gain adjustment value1 (color) Gain adjustment value2 (color) Gain adjustment value3 (color) Offset value 1(monochrome) Offset value 2(monochrome) Offset value 3(monochrome) Offset value 1(color) Offset value 2(color) Offset value 3(color) Reference plate sampling average value 1 (monochrome) Reference plate sampling average value 2 (monochrome) Reference plate sampling average value 3 (monochrome) Reference plate sampling average value 1 (color) Reference plate sampling average value 2 (color) Reference plate sampling average value 3 (color) Target value Black output level Error code (0.Mode 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Item/Display 4 PRINT ER MIDDLE 5 PRINT ER LOW Content LP DUTY LOW(B W1) Laser DUTY select middle speed (BW) 1 BIT LP LOW(K ) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/K) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/C) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/M) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/Y) Used to set the laser power (Low speed/BW) Laser DUTY select low speed (K) LP LOW(C ) LP LOW( M) LP LOW(Y ) LP LOW(B W) LP DUTY LOW(K ) LP DUTY LOW(C ) LP DUTY LOW( M) LP DUTY LOW(Y ) LP DUTY LOW(B W) LP DUTY LOW(K 1) LP DUTY LOW(C 1) LP DUTY LOW( M1) LP DUTY LOW(Y 1) LP DUTY LOW(B W1) 61-4 Purpose Laser DUTY select low speed (C) Laser DUTY select low speed (M) Laser DUTY select low speed (Y) Laser DUTY select low speed (BW Laser DUTY select low speed (K) 1 BIT Laser DUTY select low speed (C) 1 BIT Laser DUTY select low speed (M) 1 BIT Laser DUTY select low speed (Y) 1 BIT Laser DUTY select low speed (BW) 1 BIT Setting range 0 . 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. Scanner Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.255 0 O 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 0 O 0 .255 Default value 0 Destination linkage O 0 . MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 58 . 1-14) (for debug) 63-2 Purpose Adjustment Function (Purpose) Used to perform shading.255 110 X 0 . 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.255 0 O 0 .255 Print quantity (1-999) Manual paper 1 feed Tray selection 2 Tray 1 3 Tray 2 Default value 1 Scanner Operation/Procedure 1) Select a target color to display with Arrow keys.255 0 O 2 (CS1) 63 63-1 Purpose Adjustment/Setting/Operation data check Function (Purpose) Used to display the shading correction result. 0 . (LSU unit) Section Section Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. When the operation is completed. [OK]/[START] key returns to the normal display.

2

‘13/Oct
The scanner (CIS) color balance automatic adjustment is performed.
63-5
Purpose

Adjustment/Setup

Function (Purpose) Used to perform the scanner (CIS) color
balance and gamma default setting.
Section
Operation/Procedure
1) Press [OK]/[START] key.
2) The scanner (CIS) color balance and gamma are set to the
default.
63-12
Purpose
2

Adjustment/Setup

Function (Purpose) Change the lighting time for each lamp by
setting the RGB mixing ratio (value), And,
LED lights in the ratio set in this mode with
monochrome mode.
Section
Operation/Procedure
1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.
2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.
3) Press [OK]/[START] key.
The set value in step 2) is saved.
Item/Display
R-Ratio
G-Ratio
B-Ratio

Contents

Range

Red mixing ratio (R)
Green mixing ratio (G)
Blue mixing ratio (B)

0-100
0-100
0-100

Default
value
20
70
10

MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 59

Operation/Procedure

64

1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.
2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.

64-1
Purpose

3) Press [OK]/[START] key.
The set value in step 2) is saved.

Operation test/check

Function (Purpose) Test print. (Self print) (Color mode)
Section

Item/Display
1

PRINT PATTERN

2

DOT1

3

DOT2

4
5
6

DENSITY
MULTI COUNT

EXPOSURE

7

PAPER

8

DUPLEX

9

PAPER TYPE

10
11
12
13

K
C
M
Y

THROUGH
CHAR/PRPIC
CHAR
PRINT PIC
STANDARD
DITHER
MFT
CS1
CS2
YES
NO
PLAIN
HEAVY
OHP
ENVELOPE
GLOSSY

Content
Specification of the print pattern
(* For details, refer to the description
below.)
Setting of print dot number (M parameter)
(Self print pattern: m by n)
Setting of blank dot number
(N parameter) (Self print pattern: m by n)
Used to specify the print gradation.
Number of print
No process (through)
Text/ Photograph
Exposure mode
Text
specification
Printed Photo
Dither without correction
Manual paper feed
Tray selection
Tray 1
Tray 2
Yes
Duplex print
selection
No
Standard paper
Heavy paper
Paper type
OHP
Envelope
Glossy paper
Black
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow

<Print pattern of Item A>
Pattern No.
1
2
9
10
11
17

18

21
22

Content
Grid pattern
Dot print
Each color 10%
area (A4/A4E)
density print
8-color belt print
4-color dot print
(sub scan)
All background
(half tone)

Pattern generating section

Each interval is 41.86mm (989dot).

LSU-ASIC

Half tone (MFP ASIC rear
process)

256 gradations
pattern
(Other dither)

4-point dot print
(main scan)
Slant line

NOTE

When all colors are selected, print is
made in CMY.
- When all colors are selected,
print is made in CMY.
- 16 gradations are printed in the
main scanning direction, and
feedback is made, and the next
16 gradations are printed. (16 x
16 patch print)
- Print is made from 255 gradations, and 0-254 gradations are
printed.

LSU-ASIC

MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 60

Setting range

Default value

1 - 58

1

0-255

1

0-255

236

0-255
1 - 999

255
1
1
3
4
5

1-8

8
(STANDARD
DITHER)

8
1-3
0-1

1-5

0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1

1
2
3
0
1
1
2
3
4
5

2 (CS1)
1 (NO)

1 (PLAIN)

0

64-2
Purpose

Operation test/check

Function (Purpose) Test print. (Self print) (Monochrome mode)
Section
Operation/Procedure
1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.
2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.
3) Press [OK]/[START] key.
The set value in step 2) is saved.

1

Item/Display
PRINT PATTERN

2

DOT1

3
4
5

DOT2
DENSITY
MULTI COUNT

6

EXPOSURE

7

PAPER

8

DUPLEX

9

PAPER TYPE

THROUGH
CHAR/PRPIC
CHAR
PRINT PIC
STANDARD
DITHER
MFT
CS1
CS2
YES
NO
PLAIN
HEAVY
OHP
ENVELOPE
GLOSSY

Content
Print pattern specification
Setting of print dot number (M parameter)
(Self print pattern: m by n)
Setting of blank dot number
Used to specify the print gradation.
Number of print
No process (through)
Text/ Photograph
Exposure mode
Text
specification
Printed Photo
Dither without correction
Manual paper feed
Tray selection
Tray 1
Tray 2
Yes
Duplex print
selection
No
Standard paper
Heavy paper
Paper type
OHP
Envelope
Glossy paper

<Print pattern of Item A>
Pattern
No.
1
2
9
10
11
17
18
20
21
22

Content
Grid pattern
Dot print
Each color 10%
area (A4/A4R)
density print
8-color belt print

Pattern
generating section

-

LSU-ASIC
Print of each color is made
for every 1/4 of the sub
scanning paper size.

4-color dot print
(sub scan)
All background
(half tone)
256 gradations
pattern
(Other dither)
4-point dot print
(main scan)
Slant line

NOTE

Half tone
(MFP ASIC
after process)

-

-

-

-

LSU-ASIC

MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 61

Setting range
1 - 58

Default value
1

0-255

1

0-255
1-255
1 - 999

236
255
1

1-8

1
3
4
5

8
(STANDARD
DITHER)

8
1-3
0-1

1-5

1
2
3
0
1
1
2
3
4
5

2 (CS1)
1 (NO)

1 (PLAIN)

64-4
Purpose

Operation test/check

Function (Purpose) Printer test print. (Self print) (256 gradations)
Section
Operation/Procedure
1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.
2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.
3) Press [OK]/[START] key.
The set value in step 2) is saved.

Item/Display
1

PRINT PATTERN

2
3

DENSITY
MULTI COUNT

4

PAPER

5

HALFTONE

6

QUALITY

7

DITHER

8

PAPER TYPE

9
10
11
12

K
C
M
Y

Content
Specification of the print pattern
(* For details, refer to the description below.)
Print density selection
Number of print
Manual paper feed
Paper feed tray selecCS1
tion
CS2
Low
Halftone
High
Standard
Image quality setting
High quality
Straight
Specification of dither
correction
Calibration
Plain paper
Paper type
Heavy paper
Glossy paper
Black
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow

Setting range

Default value

1-6

6

1 - 255
1 - 999

128
1

1-3
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-2

<Print pattern of Item A>
Pattern No.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Content
256 gradations pattern (COLOR)
256 gradations pattern (B/W)
256 gradations pattern (COLOR) (Y-M-C-K continuous)
Half tone pattern (COLOR)
Half tone pattern (B/W)
4-color background, dot print (Sub scanning)

MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 62

1
2
3
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1

2
(CS1)
0
(LOW)
1 (HIGHQUALITY)
0
(Straight)
0
6
6
6
6

Operation/Procedure
1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.

64-5
Purpose

Operation test/check

2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.

Function (Purpose) Printer test print. (Self print) (PCL)
Section
Item/Display
1

PRINT PATTERN

2
3

DENSITY
MULTI COUNT

4

PAPER

5

HALFTONE

6

QUALITY

7

DITHER

8

PAPER TYPE

9

INTENT

10

OUTPUT PROFILE

11

RGB SOURCE PROFILE

12

GRAY COMPENSATION

13

PURE BLACK PRINT

14

BW TONER SAVE

15
16
17
18

K
C
M
Y

3) Press [OK]/[START] key.
The set value in step 2) is saved.

Content
Specification of the print pattern
(* For details, refer to the description below.)
Print density selection
Number of print
Manual paper feed
Paper feed tray selection
CS1
CS2
Low(Image)
Halftone
High(Text)
Auto
Standard
Image quality setting
High quality
Specification of dither correc- Straight
tion
Calibration
Plain paper
Paper type
Heavy paper
Glossy paper
Perceptual
Rendering indent
Colormetric
Saturation
Standard
Output profile
Photo
Graphic
SRGB
Gamma 1.6
Gamma 1.8
Gamma 2.0
RGB source profile
Gamma 2.6
Gamma 3.0
TONER SAVE
K only
Gray compensation
KCMY
ON
Only black printing
OFF
OFF
Monochrome printing
ON
Black
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow

<Print pattern of Item A>
Pattern No.
1
2
3

Content
COLOR
B/W
Continuous COLOR,B/W

MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 63

Setting range

Default value

1-3

3

1 - 255
1 - 999

255
1

1-3

0-2
0-1
1-2
0-2

0-2

0-2

0-6

0-1
0-1
0-1

1
2
3
0
1
2
0
1
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
1
0
1
0
1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1

2

2
1
1
0

0

0

1

0 (K)
0 (ON)
0 (OFF)
0
0
0
0

Section Operation panel section Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.0 RGB source profile Gamma 2. 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys. Function (Purpose) Printer test print.6 Gamma 1. refer to the description below. (Self print) (PS) Section Item/Display 1 PRINT PATTERN 2 3 DENSITY MULTI COUNT 4 PAPER 5 HALFTONE 6 QUALITY 7 DITHER 8 PAPER TYPE 9 INTENT 10 OUTPUT PROFILE 11 RGB SOURCE PROFILE 12 GRAY COMPENSATION 13 PURE BLACK PRINT 14 BW TONER SAVE 15 CMYK SIMULATION 16 17 18 19 K C M Y 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 64 . The set value in step 2) is saved. 64-6 Purpose Operation test/check 2) Enter the set value with 10 keys.999 255 1 1-3 0-2 0-1 1-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-6 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-4 1 2 3 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 <Print pattern of Item A> Pattern No. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key. 1 2 Content COLOR B/W 65 65-10 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set the display of the key waiting time.6 Gamma 3.) Used to specify the print gradation Number of print Manual paper feed Paper feed tray selecCS1 tion CS2 Low(Image) Halftone High(Text) Auto Standard Image quality setting High quality Straight Specification of dither correction Calibration Plain paper Paper type Heavy paper Glossy paper Perceptual Rendering indent Colormetric Saturation Standard Output profile Photo Graphic SRGB Gamma 1.Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with Arrow keys.255 1 . The set value in step 2) is saved.0 TONER SAVE K only Gray compensation KCMY ON Only black printing OFF OFF Monochrome printing ON OFF SWOP CMYK simulation EURO JAPAN COLOR TONER SAVE Black Cyan Magenta Yellow Setting range Default value 1-2 1 1 .8 Gamma 2. Content Specification of the print pattern (* For details.

3) When [OK]/[START] key is pressed. * When [C] key is pressed. Section FAX Operation/Procedure 1) When [OK]/[START] key is pressed. U. 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. he soft SW corresponding to the country code is initialized.A.K. it is highlighted and the setting is saved. 66-8 Purpose Operation test/Check Function (Purpose) Used to send the selected sound messages to the line and the speaker. it is highlighted and all image data saved in the image memory are outputted.150) on the LCD to allow changing the soft SW while checking with the LCD. [EXECUTE] key returns to the normal display. <Signal send table> Function (Purpose) Used to enter a country code and set the default value for the country code. The soft SW data entered in procedure 1) is displayed. 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Country Thailand Czech Slovakia Hungary Greece Poland Russia Middle east Brazil Code 10101001 00101110 11111100 01010001 01000110 10001010 10111000 11111101 00010110 Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the [SW NO] with 10keys. Section FAX Operation/Procedure 1) Select a button of a signal to be sent with Arrow keys and input the setting values with 10 keys. 3) When [OK]/[START] key is pressed after entering the country code. 2) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key.S. * When [SW NO] key is pressed. 2) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. Section FAX Operation/Procedure 1) When the machine enters Simulation 66-08. the display returns to the initial screen. the following screen is displayed.66 66-1 Purpose Setting Function (Purpose) Used to display the FAX-related soft SW (2 . the entered value of [SW NO] is cleared. the following screen is displayed. 1:NO SIGNAL 2:33600bps(V 34) 3:31200bps(V 34) 4:28800bps(v 34) 5:26400bps(v 34) 6:24000bps(v 34) 7:21600bps(v 34) 8:19200bps(v 34) 9:16800bps(v 34) 10:14400bps( v34) 11:12000bps(v34 ) 12:9600bps(v34) 13:7200bps(v34) 14:4800bps(v34) 15:2400bps(v34) 16:14400bps(v17 ) 17:12000bps(V1 7) 18:9600bps(V17) 19:7200bps(V17) 20:9600bps(V29) 21:7200bps(V29 ) 22:4800bps(V27 ter) 23:2400bps(V27 ter) 24:300bps(FLA G) 25:2100Hz (CED) 26:1100Hz (CNG) 31:NO RBT 32:DP MAKE 33:DP BREAK 27:300bps(V21) 28:2100Hz (ANSam) 29:PSEUDO RINGER 30:NO MSG <Country code list> No. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key to send the signals. 2) After completion of printing. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Country Japan U. Operation/Procedure (Shifting to the country page) * Operation test/Check Function (Purpose) Used to send the selected signals to the line and the main unit speaker. Use scroll keys to select the country select page. 2) Enter the country code (8 digits) with 10 keys. 66-2 Purpose Setting FAX Operation/Procedure 1) When the machine enters Simulation 66-02. Section FAX No. the display is shifted to the country code list screen. . MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 65 . Section 66-4 Purpose When Arrow key is pressed on the initial screen. China India Taiwan Australia New Zealand Singapore Malaysia Hong Kong South Africa Germany France Spain Portugal Denmark Norway Switzerland Italy Belgium Luxembourg Netherlands Finland Sweden Code 00000000 10110101 10110100 00100110 01010011 11111110 00001001 01111110 10011100 01101100 01010000 10011111 00000100 00111101 10100000 10001011 00110001 10000010 10100110 01011001 00001111 01101001 01111011 00111100 10100101 66-7 Purpose Data output/Check Function (Purpose) Used to output all image data saved in the image memory of FAX part.

Section FAX Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. 1 2 3 4 5 6 3) Press [OK]/[START] key and a selected dial is sent.3) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. 2) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 66 2 : 150VON 3 : EC . 3) Press [OK]/[START] key and printing is started. software SW list.Dial pulse 20PPS . protocol monitor). Section FAX Operation/Procedure <300bps send signal table> No 1 2 3 FAX Operation/Procedure <TEL/LIU status change item description> Function (Purpose) Used to send the selected signal at 300bps to the line and the speaker. <Port which outputs to TEL/LIU> 66-13 Purpose 1: CION Setting Function (Purpose) Used to execute the dial send test. 66-21 Purpose Sound message NONE FAX/TEL MSG FAX/TEL MSG FAX/TEL MSG RINGER EXT. Section Section 1) Press [OK]/[START] key. Section FAX Operation/Procedure The dials which can be sent are as follows . 2) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. Signal EXRHS Notice (Signal Low) Inversion Notice (Signal High) No inversion FAX 66-31 Purpose Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. Signal No signal (CML ON) 11111 11110 Setting Function (Purpose) Used to set ON/OFF the port for output to TEL/LIU.DTMF 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. 2) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. FAX Operation/Procedure 66-11 Purpose 66-30 Purpose No 4 5 6 Signal 00000 010101 00001 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. Section Operation test/Check Function (Purpose) Used to display the TEL/LIU status change. Operation test/Check 1) Press [OK]/[START] key and check the condition after the status is changed. <Sound message table> No. 66-10 Purpose Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the FAX image data. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key and the changed setting is reflected to the port which outputs to TEL/LIU. Section FAX Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys.TELRINGER Check Function (Purpose) Used to print the selected items (FAX setting list. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key and a selected dial is sent . 4) Press [OK]/[START] key to send the sound messages. 2) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. 2) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. press [CA] key to reboot the machine. 3) Press [OK]/[START] key and a selected signal is sent .Dial pulse 10PPS . 66-17 Purpose Operation test/Check Function (Purpose) Used to send the DTMF signal to the line and the speaker. 2) After completion of clearing. The display is highlighted by status change.

255 1 . (The color balance correction is canceled. 2) Change the setting items with Arrow keys and determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. FNET) and to display the detection result.255 1 . 2) Press [OK]/[START] key and the test is started. BT.255 1 .255 1 .255 1 . 3) Set the adjustment value with 10 keys and save the value with [OK]/[START] key. Item/Display 1 2 3 4 5 POINT1 POINT2 POINT3 POINT4 POINT5 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 67 Content Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 Point 4 Point 5 Setting Range 0 . When a signal is detected.255 0 . the image density is increased. Section FAX Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key to check the fixed data received from the line.255 1 . <Signal used for signal detection check> (When "CI FNET" is selected) CI FNET (When "CNG/CED/BT/DT/DTMF" is selected) CNG CED BT Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Printer color balance adjustment (Manual adjustment) Section Printer Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. The calibration data (Half tone correction data) are cleared.255 1 .255 Heavy paper or screen1 to 7 Default value 128 128 128 128 128 Screen 8 Default value 127 125 124 124 122 . * Fixed data check procedure . then if they are in accord with "OK" is displayed on LCD.255 1 .255 0 . Section Default value 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 FAX Operation/Procedure 1) Press [OK]/[START] key.255 1 .255 67-31 Purpose DTMF Data clear Function (Purpose) Used to clear the calibration value. Section FAX Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys.CED.66-32 Purpose 67 Operation test/Check Function (Purpose) Used to check the fixed data received from the line and to display the result.255 1 .255 1 . DTMF) or line not connected (CI. 2) Change the setting items with Arrow keys and determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. When the adjustment value is increased. Then. DT.) 67-33 Purpose Adjustment/Setup Function (Purpose) Used to change the gamma of the printer screen. Section 66-34 Purpose Printer Operation/Procedure Operation test/Check Function (Purpose) Used to execute the send test and display the time for sending (receiving) the image data during sending the test data on LCD. Receive data: 00H 66-33 Purpose 67-25 Purpose DT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Item/Display POINT1 POINT2 POINT3 POINT4 POINT5 POINT6 POINT7 POINT8 POINT9 POINT10 POINT11 POINT12 POINT13 POINT14 POINT15 POINT16 POINT17 Setting range 1 . 2) Determine the setting values with [OK]/[START] key. 3) Set the adjustment value with 10 keys and save the value with [OK]/[START] key.255 1 . Receive speed: 300BPS Judgment data: 100byte Operation test/Check Function (Purpose) Used to execute detection of various signals with the line connected (CNG.255 1 . and vice versa. Section Printer Operation/Procedure 1) Select an item to be set with 10 keys. the time is displayed on LCD.255 1 .255 0 . <Range> Send : From sending the flag before sending the image data to sending the RCP frame Receive : From receiving the flag before receiving the image data to receiving the RCP frame 1) Enter the SIM 66-34 mode. if not "NG" is displayed. the display is highlighted.The data received from the line is checked of the following fixed data status for minutes.255 1 .255 1 .255 0 .

255 Display HEAVYPAPER_K HEAVYPAPER_C HEAVYPAPER_M HEAVYPAPER_Y SCREEN1_K SCREEN1_C SCREEN1_M SCREEN1_Y SCREEN2_K SCREEN2_C SCREEN2_M SCREEN2_Y SCREEN3_K SCREEN3_C SCREEN3_M SCREEN3_Y SCREEN4_K SCREEN4_C SCREEN4_M SCREEN4_Y SCREEN5_K SCREEN6_K SCREEN7_K SCREEN8_K 67-34 Purpose Setting Range Heavy paper or screen1 to 7 Default value 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 Default value 120 114 105 95 82 70 64 57 62 75 114 128 - To increase the density in the high density section further.255 0 .) Printer Content Printer Operation/Procedure 67-52 Purpose Operation/Procedure Item/Display Adjustment/Setup When tone gap is generated in the low density section (highlight section). When the adjustment value is decreased. (The set values of SIM6733 are set to the default values. changing this adjustment value may improve the trouble. the low density are images are weakly reproduced.255 0 .255 0 . Item 1 2 3 4 5 2) Display ALL HEAVY PAPER 1BIT 2BIT B/W Press [OK]/[START] key. (Support for the high density section tone gap) 0 1 When tone gap is generated in the high density section. CMY PROHIBIT (0: ENABLE 1: DISABLE) Content Function (Purpose) Used to reset the printer color balance adjustment (adjustment for each dither) to the default value. The tone gap may occur in high density part. Function (Purpose) Used to set the density correction in the printer high density section.255 0 . set items 1 and 2 to "0. CMY engine highest density correction mode : Enable CMY engine highest density correction mode : Disable K engine highest density correction mode : Enable K engine highest density correction mode : Disable 0 . 67-36 Purpose Function (Purpose) Used to adjust the density in the low density section." The density in the high density section is decreased.13 Default value 1 Section Enable Disable 0 A patch input value Range Operation/Procedure 1) Enter the set value with 10 keys. key.255 0 . 1) Select an item to be reset to the default (for each dither) with 10 keys.255 0 .Item/Display 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Content POINT6 POINT7 POINT8 POINT9 POINT10 POINT11 POINT12 POINT13 POINT14 POINT15 POINT16 POINT17 Point 6 Point 7 Point 8 Point 9 Point 10 Point 11 Point 12 Point 13 Point 14 Point 15 Point 16 Point 17 0 . When the adjustment value is increased. set items 1 and 2 to "1. select [ALL]. the low density images are strongly reduced.255 0 . 2) Press [OK]/[STSRT]. Item Display 1 A PATCH INPUT 1 2 K PROHIBIT (0: ENABLE 1: DISABLE) 1 0 1 Adjustment This simulation is used to reset the adjustment values of SIM67-54 and SIM67-33 to the default values. but tone gap is reduced. To reset the adjustment values of all the items.255 0 . 2) Press [OK]/[START] key. The set value in step 1) is saved.255 0 .255 0 .255 0 . Section 1) Enter the adjustment value using the 10 keys. Content Heavy paper K Heavy paper C Heavy paper M Heavy paper Y Standard/Photo Standard/Photo Standard/Photo Standard/Photo Standard/Photo Standard/Photo Standard/Photo Standard/Photo High quality/Photo High quality/Photo High quality/Photo High quality/Photo High quality/Photo High quality/Photo High quality/Photo High quality/Photo B/W Standard K B/W High quality/Photo K B/W High quality/Photo K B/W Toner Save K Adjustment/Setup Section Screen 8 Setting range Default value 0-1 0 0-1 1 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 68 Content All dither value Heavy paper dither value 1 bit dither value 2 bit dither value Monochrome dither value Note .

5s 2.5s 4.0s 1.0s Setting range 1000ms to 4000ms (200ms intervals) Not used 100ms 200ms 300ms 400ms 500ms Not used Not used The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows. 0 . 1 2 1-8 1-2 3-8 1-4 Adjustment value 5-8 Adjustment value 1-4 Adjustment value 5-8 Adjustment value 1-4 Adjustment value Make time (20PPS) setting 5 6-8 Adjustment value Not used Setting of DTMF minimum pause time 1-5 Adjustment value DTMF signal send time 6-7 Adjustment value Dial call waiting time 8 1 2 3-4 Adjustment value Setting Setting Adjustment value SDT signal detection No.Soft switch (Detail of Sim.0s 0: No 0: No 0: No 1.0s 6.15(900ms) X(ms) = (N * 25) + 525 375ms 400ms 425ms 450ms 475ms 500ms 525ms 550ms Setting range 9 to 26 ms (1 ms intervals) 90ms 100ms 110ms 120ms 130ms 140ms 150ms 160ms Setting range 6(60ms) to 31(310ms) ms X(ms) = (N * 10) 3.0s 5. Bit No.9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f).Soft switch list SW No. 66-1) $. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 69 Remarks Two states input Two states input Two states input 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 Two states input 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 00 01 10 11 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 00 01 10 Two states input 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 .1 ‘13/Aug 1 4 4 ‘14/Apr 4. 2 dial tone detection Dial tone detection Dial tone ON detection time (during continuous detection) 5-8 Adjustment value 8 1-3 Adjustment value Upper limit of dial tone ON/OFF detection time (during intermittent detection) Lower limit of dial tone ON/OFF detection time (during intermittent detection) 8 4 5-8 Setting 3 4 5 6 7 System settings Item SW selection and function Country code Not used language Minimum pause time (10PPS) setting Make time (10PPS) setting Minimum pause time (10PPS) setting Minimum pause time (20PPS) setting Not used External line connection number setting 1 <First digit> 0(525ms) -15(900ms) X(ms) = ( N * 25 ) + 525 Setting range 26 to 41 seconds (1 ms intervals) 0(525ms) .

0 . The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows. 0 . MODEM fixed (400Hz) 420Hz . The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows. Bit No.650Hz 0: No Not used 100ms 200ms 300ms 400ms 500ms 600ms 700ms 800ms 900ms Setting range 1000ms to 4000ms MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 70 00 01 10 11 1: Yes 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 Two states input . 0 .9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f). The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows.SW No.9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f).9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f).9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f). 9 1-4 Setting External line connection number setting 1 <Second digit> 5-8 Setting External line connection number setting 1 <Third digit> 1-4 Setting External line connection number setting 1 <Fourth digit> 5-8 Setting External line connection number setting 2 <First digit> 1-4 Setting External line connection number setting 2 <Second digit> 5-8 Setting External line connection number setting 2 <Third digit> 1-4 Setting External line connection number setting 2 <Fourth digit> 5 6 -7 Adjustment value Not used DT/BT detection level 8 1-4 Setting Adjustment value Busy tone detection Lower limit of call signal ON time 5-8 Adjustment value Upper limit of call signal ON time 10 11 12 13 System settings Item SW selection and function Remarks The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows.9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f).440Hz 245Hz .600Hz 360Hz . 0 . The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows. 0 . The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows. 0 .9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f).9 / * (a) / # (b) / – (pause) (c) / Not used for this digit and after (d) / Any is OK (f). 0 . The numbers and codes which can be registered are as follows.

5s 3. Moves to the FAX staeting sending state after 21. Bit No. 7 Setting Setting Dial tone detection Busy tone detection 15 8 1-4 Setting Not used Minimum BT ON time 16 5.0s 0: No Setting range 1 to 9times 00 01 10 1: Yes 0: No Setting range 0 to 1270 ms (10ms intervals) 1: Yes 5s 10s 15s 20s 00 01 10 11 270ms 400ms 450ms 540ms 570ms 630ms 680ms 900ms 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 00 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 71 Remarks Refer to the detailed table.5s. Moves to the FAX staeting sending state after 63. Moves to the FAX staeting sending state after 52. 2 Adjustment value Item SW selection and function Not used Time setting for moving the machine to the FAX starting sending state when the CED signal is not activated. 4 FAX initial setting Flash send out time 5 6. (Default) Moves to the FAX staeting sending state after 10. 2 FAX initial setting Flash send out waiting time 3. Moves to the FAX staeting sending state after 42. Moves to the FAX staeting sending state after 31.0s. *1 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 Two states input Refer to the detailed table.5s 2.8 1-3 Setting 17 4-8 1.5.5s. 000 1.5s.5s.5s 1s 2s 90ms 180ms 270ms 360ms 0 : 10s 2 puls 4 puls 6 puls 10 puls 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 1 : 17s 00 01 10 11 Not used 140ms 200ms 220ms 270ms 280ms 310ms 450ms 100ms 450ms 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 Other settings Moves to the FAX starting sending state when the CED/ ANSam signal is received.4 ‘14/Apr 4 SW No. *1 . Moves to the FAX staeting sending state after 73. System settings 14 1. Not used 1300Hz detection time 3 4-7 FAX initial setting Settings/FAX initial setting 150V ON control Setting of the number of calls for changing over from manual to automatic reception 150V ON control CI signal off detection time 18 8 1-7 ECM FAX initial setting 19 8 1-7 FAX initial setting Not used Maximum RING disappear OFF time 20 8 1-4 Adjustment value Not used Lower limit of the detection time during talking 0s 0.0s.

System settings 20 5-8 Adjustment value Upper limit of the detection time during talking 21 1-4 Adjustment value Ring back tone send out number 5-8 Adjustment value Ring back tone limit number 1-4 Adjustment value Ring back tone ON time 5-8 Adjustment value Ring back tone OFF time 1-4 Adjustment value CNG detecting time 5.0.34 communication) (reflected in DIS/ DCS/DTC) 3. 6 Adjustment value Telefone/FAX transmission automatical voice message 22 23 7.2 .0s 1.0.5s 2.26(-26dBm) Two states input Setting range 15 . 4 Setting 300bps preamble send out time 5 Setting 6 7-8 Setting Error handling when transmission and receiving RTN PIN code correspondence Not used 610ms 880ms 1100ms 1210ms 1540ms 1560ms 1600ms 1650ms 1760ms 2750ms 0 .15 times Setting range 0 .15 times 0 : Fixed value Setting range 0. 2 Communication/ Setting Communication/ Setting Not used Coding capacity during transmission and reception (other than V.3 s (200ms intervals) 0 : Fixed value Setting range 0.3 s (200ms intervals) 0 : Fixed value Setting range 0 .4 ‘14/Apr 4 SW No. 2 Timer T5 timer setting 3 4 5 Setting Setting Setting Sharp machine mode V.34 mode function at times of manual communication Coding capacity during transmission and reception (V.34 communication) (reflected in DIS/DCS/ DTC) 27 6-7 28 8 1.15 times 0 : Fixed value Message 1 before simulated ring Message 2 before simulated ring Message after simulated ring No message 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010 Remarks Refer to the detailed table. *1 Two states input Two states input Two states input Two states input Two states input 00 01 10 11 0(0dBm) . Bit No.0s 0 : Error 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 1 : Not error 0 : OFF 1 : ON MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 72 Two states input Two states input .34 mode function V. 8 Item SW selection and function 24 25 1-5 Adjustment value Not used Not used Signal sending out level 26 6-8 1-4 Timer Not used T1 timer setting 5-6 Timer T2 timer setting 7-8 Timer T4 timer setting Timer during automatic operation (+1.90s (5s intervals) 6s 7s 8s 9s Two states input 00 01 10 11 3s 4s 5s 6s 1min 5min 10min 15min 0 : OFF 0 : OFF 0 : OFF 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 1 : ON 1 : ON 1 : ON JBIG/MMR/MR/MH MMR/MR/MH MR/MH MH 00 01 10 11 JBIG/MMR/MR/MH MMR/MR/MH MR/MH MH 1.5 seconds at times of manual operation) 1.2 .0s 1.

17 7200bps V.33 14.4kbps V.29-9600BPS V.3s 0. 6 33 Item 1 2 3.29 9600bps V.33 12.27ter-4800BPS V.0kbps V.SW No.34 Primary channel sending speed 00 01 10 11 1 : ON Sending Speed = 2400(bps) x N N : 0=2400bps 15=33600bps 0 : 12 times 1 : 6 times Two states input Setting REN EOL send out number Not used Not used Timer Communication/ Adjustment value Communication/ Adjustment value EOL detection timer CED signal sending 0 : 13s 0 : OFF 1 : 25s 1 : ON CED signal sending time Communication/ Adjustment value Speed/Setting CED detection time 3s 4s 5s 6s 0 : 700ms 00 01 10 11 1 : 1400ms Not fixed V.27 2400bps v.33 mode) 8 Communication/ Setting 1. 8 1-4 5 6-8 3435 36 SW selection and function Not used 5. System settings 1-3 Setting Symbol rate transmission 4-7 Communication/ Setting Modem transmission speed (less than V. 2 Communication/ Setting Echo countermeasure (setting of hold time between DIS reception and sending of signal) when transmitting.17 14.17-14400BPS 0 : 75ms 00 01 10 11 1 : 500ms Communication/ Setting Fixing of modem speed during reception Echo countermeasure (CED tone sending interval) when receiving MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 73 Two states input Two states input .4kbps Remarks 0 : 500ms 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0110 1001 1010 1011 Other setting values than above settings 1 : 800ms 3 Setting Echo suppressor tone setting 0 : Once when performing NSF reception Twice when performing DIS reception Twice regardless of NSF reception Once regardless of NSF reception Not used 0 : OFF 4 Setting Training 0 : Short training 1 : Long training Phase-C head dummy data send time 0.5s 00 01 10 11 7.29 7200bps V.17 12.0kbps V. 4 5 6-7 8 Setting Not used V. Automatic 2400 2400/2743 2400/2743/2800 2400/2743/2800/3000 2400/2743/2800/3000/3200 2400/2743/2800/3000/3200/ 3429 Not used V.27 4800bps V.2s 0.17 9600bps V.4s 0. 2930 31 32 Bit No. Echo countermeasure (setting of hold time between DIS reception and sending of signal) when transmitting.

3s 0 : 150ms 1000ms 1200ms 1400ms 1600ms 1800ms 2000ms 2200ms 2400ms Sending Speed = 2400(bps) x N N : 0=2400bps 15=33600bps 1 : 1.34 primary channel reception speed Not used ANSam signal sending time Reception gain changeover when receiving 6-7 8 Not used Receiving level adjustment(U1F1) Not used 1 Data output during communication error Memory overflow during receiving data Received data duplex printing setting (list) Duplex printing tray (Tray 1) Duplex printing tray (Tray 2) Duplex rotated printing Not used Not used 2 3 4 5 6 7-8 4344 45 Item 1 2 3 4 5-8 FAX initial setting Setting range 0 .0s 1 : 75ms 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 3s 4s 5s 6s 0dBm 1dBm 2dBm 3dBm 4dBm 5dBm 6dBm 7dBm 00 01 10 11 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 0 : Valid 1 : Invalid 0 : Output 1 : Not output 0 : Output 1 : Not output 0 : OFF 1 : ON 0 : OFF 0 : OFF 0 : ON 1 : ON 1 : ON 1 : OFF Simulated ring bell sounds Digital line net setting Quick memory send setting display 0 : Sound 0 : OFF 0 : Displayed 1 : Not sound 1 : ON 1 : Not displayed Manual send selection screen displayed Magnification setting in automatic reduction 0 : Displayed 1 : Not displayed V. Bit No. 37 1 2 System settings 3 4 5 7 8 1-3 Communication/ Adjustment value Communication/ Adjustment value Speed/Setting Adjustment value Adjustment value 4-7 Setting 6 38 39 8 1.4 ‘14/Apr SW No. 2 3-5 4 4041 42 Communication/ Setting Communication/ Setting SW selection and function Protocol monitor Only at times of Protocol monitor error Enable/Disable of 33 bit or later of DIS (Reflected only to DIS) 0 : OFF 0 : OFF 1 : ON 1 : ON 0 : Enable 1 : Disable CSI sending EYE Q Check 0 : OFF 0 : Receive and EYE Q Check 1 : ON 1 : Only EYE Q Check Time out time setting after starting TCF signal reception TCF Check time Time between DCS-TCF Dial in waiting time 0 : 2s 1 : 4s 0 : 1.15% (100 .setting value) MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 74 Remarks Two states input Two states input Two states input .

report.SW No. Bit No. 4 FAX initial setting FAX initial setting FAX initial setting Setting 5 6 7 8 SW selection and function Remote reception indication Remote changeover number setting Transfer function Specified number reception Enable/Disable setting on manual reception Record of rejected reception Print in automatic reduction Priority order of the paper selection Output way (Inch) when receiving the A4 width image Reception copy setting when receiving the data Report output (when cancelled) Report output (when refusing reception) 3 4 47 Item Setting Setting Setting Setting Control of the communication error sound The communication error sound when there is no response Speaker volume after finishing scanning (Small) Speaker volume after finishing scanning (Middle) Speaker volume after finishing scanning (Large) Speaker volume during DTMF sending (Small) Speaker volume during DTMF sending (Middle) Speaker volume during DTMF sending (Large) Speaker volume of line monitor (Small) Speaker volume of line monitor (Middle) Speaker volume of line monitor (Large) Speaker volume when finishing communication (Small) Speaker volume when finishing communication (Middle) Speaker volume when finishing communication (Large) Speaker volume when on-hook (Small) Speaker volume when on-hook (Middle) Speaker volume when on-hook (Large) Call sound volume (Small) Call sound volume (Middle) Call sound volume (Large) Order of the year/month/day of LCD. off in data mode. 0 : Sound 1 : Not sound 0 : Sound 1 : Not sound 0 : Use volume 1 1 : Use volume 2 0 : Use volume 2 1 : Use volume 3 0 : Use volume 3 1 : Use volume 4 0 : Use volume 1 1 : Use volume 2 0 : Use volume 2 1 : Use volume 3 0 : Use volume 3 1 : Use volume 4 0 : Use volume 1 1 : Use volume 2 0 : Use volume 2 1 : Use volume 3 0 : Use volume 3 1 : Use volume 4 0 : Use volume 1 1 : Use volume 2 0 : Use volume 2 1 : Use volume 3 0 : Use volume 3 1 : Use volume 4 0 : Use volume 1 1 : Use volume 2 0 : Use volume 2 1 : Use volume 3 0 : Use volume 3 1 : Use volume 4 0 : Use volume 1 0 : Use volume 2 0 : Use volume 3 year/month/day month/day/year day/month/year 0 : 24 hours 0 : OFF 0 : Prohibited 0 : Prohibited 1 : Use volume 2 1 : Use volume 3 1 : Use volume 4 00 01 10 1 : AM/PM 1 : ON 1 : Permitted 1 : Permitted MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 75 10 11 Remarks . original record Time display format Prior to the display of the day Summer time setting User authentication management 0 : OFF 0 : Only call-in 1 : ON 1 : Call-in/Call-out 0 : Prohibited 0 : Ignore the specified number 1 : Permitted 1 : Reject the specified number 0 : Record 0 : Prohibited 0 : Priority area 1 : Not record 1 : Permitted 1 : Priority width 0 : 210mm width printing 1 : 8. Speaker is always on. Speaker is off while dialing. Speaker is on while dialing and handshaking.5inch width printing 0 : Print out the copy when receiving every one data 0 : Output 0 : Output 1 : Print out all copies after receiving all copies 1 : Not output 1 : Convert name to the dial number and print out 0 : Not convert 1 : Reject the specified number 00 01 Speaker is always off. on during handshaking and retraining. 46 1 2 System settings 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 Address name of report conversion Range of the sound monitor 5-6 7 8 48 49 50 1 FAX initial setting 2 FAX initial setting 3 FAX initial setting 4 FAX initial setting 5 FAX initial setting 6 FAX initial setting 7 FAX initial setting 8 FAX initial setting 1 FAX initial setting 2 FAX initial setting 3 FAX initial setting 4 FAX initial setting 5 FAX initial setting 6 FAX initial setting 7 FAX initial setting 8 1 2 3.

8 Setting Report output (when receiving the data) 1 2 FAX initial setting 3 FAX initial setting 4-8 FAX initial setting 57 1-6 FAX initial setting 58 7-8 1. 2 56 Communication/ Setting SW selection and function Preferred setting of the data LED during energy saving The machine moves to the power off mode when the machine is shut down. 8 FAX initial setting Speaker volume when on-hook 1. 4 FAX initial setting Line monitor volume setting 5.23 hours Two states input Setting range 0 . 8 FAX initial setting Volume of the scanning completion sound 0 : Prior to energy saving 1 : Prior to data LED 0 : Prohibited 1 : Permitted 0 : Automatic reception 1 : Manual reception 0 : OFF 0 : OFF 1 : ON 1 : ON Print is prohibited Print all Only when data cannot be sent Print is prohibited Print all Only for the address where data cannot be sent Print is prohibited Print all When the sending is failed Print is prohibited Print all Only when the error occurs 00 01 10 0 : Prior to energy saving 1 : Prior to data LED 0 : Prohibited 1 : Permitted Remarks 00 01 10 00 01 10 00 01 10 Setting range 0 . relay multi-address transmission) 5.SW No. 4 Setting Report output (sequential multiaddress transmission. Not used Not used Automatic/Manual reception default setting Absent connection default setting Printing hold function Not used Report output (when sending the data) 3.15s (4 . 2 FAX initial setting Call sound volume 3. System settings 51 1 FAX initial setting 2 FAX initial setting 3-8 5253 54 1 FAX initial setting FAX initial setting FAX initial setting 55 2 3 4-8 1. Bit No. sequential send request.15s only for South Africa ) 00 01 10 No sound Small Middle Large No sound Small Middle Large No sound Small Middle Large No sound Small Middle Large No sound Small Middle Large 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 76 .59 minutes Two states input 10PPS 20PPS TONE Setting range 1 . 2 FAX initial setting 59 Item Not used Automatic printing of the record sheet Select a designated time of the communication record sheet Printing of the communication record sheet at a designated time (hours) Printing of the communication record sheet at a designated time (minutes) Not used Tone/Pulse initial setting (Dial call signal setting) 3-6 FAX initial setting/ Adjustment value Pause time setting (between dials) 7. 6 Setting Print the copy when the memory send error occurs 7. 6 FAX initial setting Volume of the transmission completion sound 7.

System settings 60 1.0s 4 : 3. medium tone Fine. medium tone Very fine.15 times 1 : Valid 1 : Not detect 1 : ON Setting range 0-9 OFF Flash ID 0 : Prohibited A4 8.5s 3 : 3.5 inch Do not set 16K Ordinary lettering Small lettering Fine Very fine Not used Small lettering.5s 5 : 4.0s Not used Not used 0 : OFF 00 01 10 00 01 10 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 1 : ON OFF Standard/ON Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Pattern 3 Pattern 4 Pattern 5 ON (Australia) ON (New Zealand) ON (Hong Kong) 0 : OFF 0000 0001 0010 1000 0100 1100 0010 1010 1110 1001 1 : ON 0 : Invalid 0 : Detect 0 : OFF Setting range 0 . Bit No.0s 2 : 2. 2 FAX initial setting Tone of the successful transmission sound 3. 8 FAX initial setting FAX initial setting Data printing hold key operation Not used Paper size setting 1-3 FAX initial setting Image quality priority selection 4-8 FAX initial setting Density default setting 61 65 Item SW selection and function Not used Remote changeover number setting PBX setting 550Hz 1000Hz 1700Hz 550Hz 1000Hz 1700Hz Not used 1 : 2. 4 FAX initial setting Tone of the reception sound 5-7 FAX initial setting Setting of the time of the transmission/reception error sound 8 FAX initial setting External telephone connection 1-4 FAX initial setting Distinctive link 5 FAX initial setting 62 6 7 8 1-4 FAX initial setting FAX initial setting FAX initial setting FAX initial setting Telephone/FAX in automatic transmission Dial-in function 1300Hz detection Answerphone connection function Answerphone call number setting 63 5-8 1-8 FAX initial setting 64 1-3 FAX initial setting 4 5 .6 7.SW No. medium tone OFF Light Slightly light Middle Deep Slightly deep Use default values MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 77 Remarks Two states input Two states input 000 101 110 1 : Permitted 00 01 10 11 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 Automatic 10000 01000 00100 00010 00001 Other settings than above settings .

Hong Kong) 0 . North America. Australia) 0 . South Africa) 0 . Malaysia. India) 0 . Malaysia. Middle east. Hong Kong) Setting range 1 .15times (Japan. New Zealand. Taiwan. Hong Kong) 30 .45 s (China.9 (Australia. India) 0 .9 (Singapore.10 times (England. Canada.15 min (Other countries than above countries) 0 : Re-send right after the line is disconnected Setting range 0 . Taiwan) 0 .5 times (England. Malaysia.14 (Taiwan) 0 . Bit No.3 (China.15times (Japan. Singapore.15 min (Malaysia. India) 0 . Brasil) Setting range 30 . Germany.15 min (Taiwan) 1 . India) 2 .4 times (New Zealand. Middle east.60s (Other countries than above countries) 5s intervals X (ms) = (N*5) + 30 0 : OFF 11 Two states input Two states input Two states input Two states input Two states input 1 : ON Pattern1 Pattern2 Pattern3 Setting range 0 . Malaysia.15 min 4 . India. System settings 66 1 3 FAX transmission setting FAX transmission setting FAX initial setting 4-5 FAX initial setting 2 67 68 69 70 Item SW selection and function Memory send/Direct send Default setting Quick Memory transmission changeover Designation of date and source printing position Address confirmation function 6-8 1-4 FAX initial setting Not used Interval between recalls when busy 5-8 FAX initial setting Number of re-calls when busy 1-4 FAX initial setting Interval between recalls when communication error 5-8 FAX initial setting Number of re-calls when communication error 1-4 Timer Setting of call time (T0 timer setting) in automatic transmission 5 FAX initial setting 6-8 1-2 FAX initial setting Selection of date and transmission source print Not used Reception Lamp 3-5 FAX initial setting Call sound number 7 FAX reception setting/ Setting 8 FAX initial setting Setting for changing over to automatic reception during manual reception Paper tray setting (Tray 1) 0 : Memory send 1 : Direct send 0 : Prohibited 1 : Permitted 0 : Outside of document (outside of send data) OFF ON Only for applying the direct input Not used 1 : Inside of document (inside of send data) 00 01 10 Setting range 1 .15 min 4 . Thailand.3 times (Singapore) 0 .15times (Japan. France. Australia) 0 . Hong Kong. South Africa) 0 .1 times (North America.14 times (North America.15 min (Taiwan) Setting range 0 .9 (Australia.35s (Russia) 30 .75s (Japan) 30 . France. New Zealand. Taiwan) 0 .9 (Other countries than above countries) 0 : Prohibited 000 101 110 0 : OFF 1 : ON MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 78 Remarks Two states input Two states input 1 : Permitted .SW No. Canada) 0 . Germany.3 (China.

21 dot . 3 FAX initial setting FAX initial setting Paper tray setting (Tray 2) Output setting FAX reception setting Double-faced printing of received data (double-faced reception setting) Setting of size selection in A4 data reception (AB series) Specified number reception Enable/Disable setting Polling protection Not used FAX copy off center adjustment (SPF) 4 5 6 72 7 8 1-4 72 5-8 7380 81 82 83 FAX reception setting FAX initial setting FAX initial setting FAX initial setting Item SW selection and function FAX copy off center adjustment (OC) 0 : OFF Reduce the size Same size Separate 0 : Prohibited 1 : ON 00 01 10 1 : Permitted 0 : 210mm with printing 1 : 8.28 dot .42 dot .15 (-15dBm) 1dBm intervals Setting range 0(0dBm) .21 dot .15 dBm 50ms 60ms 70ms 80ms 90ms 100ms 110ms 120ms 30ms 40ms 50ms 60ms 70ms 80ms 90ms 100ms Setting range 0(0dBm) . System settings 71 1 2. Bit No.7 dot -14dot .49 dot 0 dot 7 dot 14 dot 21 dot 28 dot 35 dot 42 dot 49 dot 0 dot .15 (-15dBm) MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 79 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 Two states input Two states input .SW No. 8 1-4 Adjustment value Not used Setting of DTMF send level (high group) 5-8 Adjustment value Setting of DTMF send level (low group) 0 .28 dot .35 dot .7 dot -14dot .35 dot .42 dot .49 dot 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110 1111 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110 1111 Remarks Not used 1-4 5-8 1-3 Adjustment value Signal sending level Not used Time setting before dialing (20PPS) Adjustment value 4-6 Adjustment value Time setting before dialing (DTMF) 7.5 inch printing 0 : Reception Enable 1 : Reception Disable 0 : Protect 1 : Do not protect 0 dot 7 dot 14 dot 21 dot 28 dot 35 dot 42 dot 49 dot 0 dot .

5dBm adjustment OFF 1 : 0.5dBm adjustment OFF 1 : 0.5dBm adjustment ON 6 Adjustment value Setting of DTMF send level (high group adjustment) 0 : 0.SW No.15 (-15dBm) 5 Adjustment value Setting of DTMF send level (low group adjustment) 0 : 0.15s 0 : Perform manual calibration 2. 2 Adjustment value 0 : OFF 1 : ON Busy tone detection Polar reverse check when calling Not used Report output (when sending the data) 3. .5dBm adjustment ON 7 8 1. 7 Setting External line on-hook detection threshold with Line voltage 8 1-4 5-8 Adjustment value Adjustment value DPMUTE control DPMUTE time afte dialing The interval till the next call after finishing the communication 00 01 10 11 1 : ON 86 87 1 Adjustment value Manual calibration 16V 18V 20V 22V 0 : OFF X(ms) = ( N * 5 ) + 5 Setting range 0 . Bit No. 4 Setting External line on-hook time 5 Setting External line on-hook detection Do not change Not used Not used Not used 100ms 200ms 300ms 400ms 0 : Photo coupler 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 1 : Line voltage 6. 3 Adjustment value External line off-hook detection time under the simulated voltage addition 85 4-8 Item SW selection and function 50ms 100ms 200ms 300ms Remarks Two states input Two states input Two states input 1 : Does not perform manual calibration 00 01 10 11 Two states input Not used Not used 8889 90 1-8 Adjustment value Minimum cycle of CI signal CI signal maximum cycle +1 to 255 ms(1ms interval) Two states input 91 1-8 Adjustment value Maximum cycle of CI signal 12 to 254 ms(1ms interval) Two states input 92 1-3 Adjustment value CI signal ON detection time 4 Adjustment value Ring ON OFFSET 155ms 165ms 175ms 185ms 195ms 205ms 215ms 225ms 0 : No 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 1 : +100ms Two states input 5 Adjustment value Ring OFF OFFSET 0 : No 1 : +100ms Two states input 6-8 1-8 Adjustment value Not used CI signal Threshold value Not used at this moment 93 9495 96 Two states input Not used 1 Adjustment value Telephone/FAX CNG judgement 0 : Perform CNG judgement 2 Adjustment value Telephone/FAX CNG 4s observation Not used 0 : Observe 4s 3-8 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 80 1 : Does not perform CNG judgement 1 : Does not observe 4s. System settings 84 1-4 Adjustment value Setting of DTMF send maximum level (high group) Setting range 0(0dBm) .

System settings 97 1 Adjustment value Telephone/FAX CNG judgement 0 : Perform CNG judgement 2-3 Setting Time out setting when the image cannot be detected during receiving the data (V1.3% 0 : 75ms 00 01 10 11 1 : 500ms 0 : Only GCI command of AT 1 : Activate the SW of individual SiDAA registor (U62) below GCI +.21 to FSK) 8 1 2 3-4 Adjustment value Adjustment value Setting 5-6 Setting Time out setting when the image cannot be detected during receiving the data 7-8 Setting PPR occurrence number limitation when the image cannot be detected during receiving the data 1 2-6 FAX initial setting Adjustment value 7-8 Setting Moves to non-V. JBIG encode TP mode Last stripe Timer setting between flag and address (V. Bit No. 1 : Activate the SW of individual SiDAA registor (U63) below GCI +. 1 : Activate the SW of individual SiDAA registor (U6A) below GCI +.15 (-15dBm) 8 Adjustment value 1 2 3 FAX initial setting FAX transmission setting FAX initial setting 4 5 6-7 FAX initial setting FAX initial setting FAX initial setting Maximum signal send level adjustment ECM byte/frame JBIG encode line template selection Apply with the one stripe and one page length when receiving the JBIG data. 1 : Activate the SW of individual SiDAA registor (U65) below GCI +.SW No.5dBm adjustment 0 : 256[byte/frame] 0 : 3 line template 1 : 64[byte/frame] 1 : 2 line template 0 : Applied 1 : Not applied 0 : TP mode invalid 0 : Applied 6s 15s 30s 120s 0 : 3.26s 1 : TPmode valid 1 : Not applied 00 01 10 11 1 : 4.34 communication Timeout value used by the answering modem from the beginning of the +FRH=FSKL command to the +A8I:0 indicator Threshold of Packet error ratio 98 99 100 101 1 2 Item SW selection and function Waiting time between flames Time up time on v. 3 Individual SiDaa setting judgement after AT+GCI (ADDG3) 0 : Only GCI command of AT 4 Individual SiDaa setting judgement after AT+GCI (ADDG4) 0 : Only GCI command of AT 5 Individual SiDaa setting judgement after AT+GCI (ADDG5) 0 : Only GCI command of AT 6 Individual SiDaa setting judgement after AT+GCI (ITC1) 0 : Only GCI command of AT 7 Individual SiDaa setting judgement after AT+GCI (ITC3) 0 : Only GCI command of AT 8 Individual SiDaa setting judgement after AT+GCI (ITC4) 0 : Only GCI command of AT MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 81 Remarks Two states input Two states input . 1 : Activate the SW of individual SiDAA registor (U66) below GCI +.4s 0 : 10s 0 : Does not check 1-flag 2-flag 3-flag 4-flag 30s 60s 90s 120s No limitation 5 times 10 times 15 times 0 : Does not move Setting range 0 . 1 : Activate the SW of individual SiDAA registor (U68) below GCI +.8 mode Timer out between flames Minimum flag numbers between flames Silent time adjustment when receiving CM Individual SiDaa setting judgement after AT+GCI (ADDG1) 1 : Does not perform CNG judgement 00 01 10 11 Two states input 0 : Not used 1 : 0.4s 1 : 15s 1 : Check 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 1 : Move Not used 100% 50% 33.7) 4 -7 Adjustment value Maximum signal send level 30s 40s 50s 60s Setting range 0(0dBm) . 1 : Activate the SW of individual SiDAA registor (U67) below GCI +.

0 : 50 Ω dc termination slope is selected. if packet error percentage is greater than UD6 threshold. 102 1 2 4 U62 Reg. 0 : No billing tone. 10mA 12mA 14mA 16mA 0 : Current limiting mode disabled. MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 82 01 10 11 1 : automatic TX level control during V. DAAC1 FULL2 U62 Reg. Allow precoder use.2 V–2 dB 3. 0100 1111 1 : 6 dB gain applied to AOUT. ITC1 DC Impedance Selection U67 Reg. 0 : Not used at this moment 0 : 0 1 0 0 3ms +/. ITC1 Current Limiting Enable U67 Reg. 3.34 transmission. DAAC1 DL U63 Reg. 0000 0011 Real 600 Ω 220 Ω + (820 Ω || 120 nF) and 220 Ω + (820 Ω || 115 nF) 370 Ω + (620 Ω || 310 nF) Global complex impedance 0 : No gain. Not used 0 : DAA FULL2 bit cleared 0 : Not used at this moment 1 : DAA FULL2 bit set. 0 : Isolation link frame lock not established.34 enabled. ITC1 TIP/RING Voltage Adjust 8 1-2 3 U67 Reg.1 V–4 dB 3. 1 : Places the Si3018 in powerdown mode. 0 : Normal receive input level. Billing tone detected (cleared by writing 0). DAAC4 Powerdown Line-Side Chip U66 Reg. ITC4 Spark quenching. 0 : 11 to 22 Vrms. ITC4 Loop current loss: 1800 Hz Guard Tone Enable V. ITC1 Ringer Threshold Select U67 Reg. 0 : Not used at this moment 0 : Disabled. However. DAAC3 AC Termination Select 1 U65 Reg. 1 : Not used at this moment 0 : Automatic calibration timer set to 426 ms. ITC1 Minimum Operational Loop Current 7 U67 Reg. C 1 : 17 to 33 Vrms. 1 : 1 x 1 1 26 ms +/10% (meets Australia spark quenching spec). if packet error percentage is greater than UD6 threshold. Never use precoder Never use precoder 0 : automatic TX level control during V. DAAC4 Powerdown U65 Reg. Bit No. Remarks . SQ1 U6A Reg. 0 : Digital loopback beyond isolation capacitor interface. 1 : Isolation link frame lock established. ITC3 Receive Overload 5 6 7 8 105 SW selection and function 3 4 104 Item U62 Reg. SQQ U6A Reg.35 V0 dB 3. 1 : OHS OHS2 SQ1 SQQ AOUT. ITC1 Ringer Impedance 4 U67 Reg. 0 : Normal operation.5 V0 dB 0 : Maximum (high) ringer impedance. ITC4 Spark quenching. negotiate lower primary channel rate and stop using precoder.10% (meets ETSI standard) 0 : No loop current loss 0 : Disable Allow precoder use.34 Precoder Options. 1 : Digital loopback across isolation capacitor interface only. 1 : Loop current loss 1 : Enable 00 0 : Normal. DAAC1 FOH 5-8 103 System settings 1 2 3 4 5-6 7 8 U68 Reg. negotiate lower primary channel rate but keep using precoder. 1 : D800 Ω dc termination is selected. DAAC4 PWM Gain 2 3 U65 Reg. 1 : Automatic calibration timer set to 106 ms. 00 01 10 11 1 : Current limiting mode enabled. However. Disable automatic TX level control during V. 1 : Powerdown. ITC3 Billing Tone Protect Enable U68 Reg. DAAC5 Frame Detect 5-6 U67 Reg. ITC3 Billing Tone Detected U6A Reg. 00 01 10 11 1 : Synthesize ringer impedance. ITC1 On-Hook Speed U68 Reg. 1 : Excessive receive input level.34 disabled. 1 : Not used at this moment 1 : Enabled. DAAC1 On-Hook Speed 2 U62 Reg.SW No.

5s 3 times 6 times 9 times 12 times Does not retrain 1 times 2 times 3 times Does not retrain 1 times 2 times 3 times 00 01 10 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 83 Remarks 0000 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 Two states input Two states input . 6 V.1 dB 2. Bit No.0s 2. Use ROM Table (more aggressive).5s 2. 4 RCP send number 5. 6.34 communication Use ROM Table with automatic aggressiveness setting. 106 1-4 5-6 7 8 107 1 2 3-5 108 SW selection and function V.34 Primary Channel Number of additional V.0s 4. Use ROM Table (less aggressive).SW No.0s 1. Use ROM Table (most aggressive).1 dB 0 : G3 Echo Suppression Enabled 0 : G3 Echo Suppression Enabled 0 : Enable 00 01 10 11 1 : G3 Echo Suppression Disabled 1 : G3 Echo Suppression Disabled 1 : Disable 0 : Enable this mechanism 1 : Disable this mechanism 0-flag 1-flag 2-flag 3-flag 4-flag 5-flag 6-flag 7-flag 0-flag 1-flag 2-flag 3-flag 4-flag 5-flag 6-flag 7-flag Setting value +50ms Setting value +50ms 1.34 Connection Aggressiveness Control G3 dropout threshold Disable G3 Echo Suppression when the modem is the originator. 2 CNG send starting time 3.5s 1.0s 1.34 preamble duration for primary channel Guaranteed V.34 retrain PPR number when sending 7.34 control channel inter frame flags Number of additional V.34 CC to overcome attenuation at high frequency.5s 3. Add slight pre-emphasis to V.0s 3.5s 4. Mechanism to watch for the case where the V. Use ROM Table (least aggressive).5s 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 0 : OFF 1 : ON 0. Use ROM Table (aggressive).5 dB 1. 8 CI send number to move to nonV.0 dB 4.34 primary channel inter frame flags 1-4 Guaranteed V. Disable G3 Echo Suppression when the modem is the answerer.34 preamble duration for control channel Delayed time from ANSam detection 1-3 4-5 6 7-8 110 111 112 Item 6-8 5-8 109 System settings Not used Measure the communication time (Image) Not used Not used 1.

8 1-8 118 1.SW No.5s 5.25s 3s 4s 2.0s 0 : Does not continue operation 00 01 10 11 1 : Continue operation 6line 12line 60line 120line 2. Bit No. CI send number to move to nonV. 4 V.6 sec. 4 Waiting time of CED starting sending 5. 4 5-8 120 1-4 5-8 121 122 SC threshold of TCF reception judgement Prohibit the waiting after sending CFR for 1.34 communication 119 3.0s 6.0s 7.34 is received 8 1. 4 5 6-8 114 115 116 SW selection and function Operation when receiving EER flame Not used Not used 1.34 is received Not used Threshold of primary channel fall back EQM when V. 6 V.15(1650ms) Interval 100ms 00 01 10 11 00 Not used Not used MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 84 Remarks 01 10 11 Two states input Two states input . 2 Not used ANSam and CED Transmit Power Level Adjustment. 2 Line error ratio of RTN sending 3.3000ms Setting range 0(150ms) . System settings Item 113 1 FAX initial setting/ Adjustment value Super G3 invalid when the last call is re-sent at error 0 : Super G3 invalid 1 : Super G3 valid 2 FAX initial setting Prohibit/Permit the re-call of direct send Waiting time for starting sending G3 0 : Prohibited 1 : Permitted 4. 6 Waiting time of ANSam starting sending 117 7.34 retrain PPR number when receiving Data ratio : More than 14400bps 7 Primary channel fall back when V.34 retrain PPR number when receiving Data ratio : More than 16800bps 5. High speed CD OFF decision time Not used at this moment Two states input Does not move 1 times 2 times 3 times Does not retrain 1 times 2 times 3 times Does not retrain 1 times 2 times 3 times 0 : Does not fall back 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 11 1 : Fall back Not used at this moment Not used at this moment Not used at this moment Not used at this moment Loose(-3 dB against the Normal) Normal (Default) Severe (+3 dB against the Normal) Not used at this moment Setting range 0 .25s 3s 4s 00 01 10 11 00 01 10 00 01 10 3. 2 3.

34 is received 4 5 6. Bit No.255s Not used at this moment Not used at this moment MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 85 Remarks Two states input Two states input .4 ‘14/Apr SW No. 5 6 F code password transmission setting when the other party’s machine has no password capacity Observe the polar reverse during communication Print the copy of the sending contents when sending the F code.15s 0 : No limit Setting range 1 . Speaker volume when sending DTMF CI detection method 7 8 1-4 5-8 AGC lock V. 123 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.17 Tap hold FSK signal decision time Starting time of silence detection 142 1-8 Finish time of silence detection 143 1-4 Threshold vale 1 of symbol speed detection Threshold vale 2 of symbol speed detection 141 5-8 0 : OFF 0 : Remove the sending error page 0 : 128KB 0 : Does not recover 1 : ON 1 : Include the sending error page 1 : 64KB 1 : Recover 0 : Possible 1 : Impossible 0 : 2min OFF Low Medium High 0 : Permitted 0 : Not used at this moment 1 : 10min 00 01 10 11 1 : Prohibited 1 : Not used at this moment 0 : OFF 1 : ON Japan Europe North America No Asia China 0000 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0 : Normal mode Very fine Fine Small Normal 0 : Does not display 0 : Does not encrypt 2s 3s 4s 5s 1 : Test mode 00 01 10 11 1 : Display 1 : Encrypt 00 01 10 11 0 : CNG display valid 0 : Normal mode 1 : CNG display invalid 1 : CNG detection invalid 0 : Disconnect with DCN 1 : Send with password 0 : OFF 1 : ON 0 : Print 1 : Does not print No sound Small Middle Large 0 : Ring detection circuit 00 01 10 11 1 : Silicon DAA-RGDT signal 1 : Not used at this moment 1 : Not used at this moment 0 : Not used at this moment 0 : Not used at this moment Not used at this moment Setting range 0 . 8 124 1 2 3 4-7 125 4 126 127 139 140 System settings Item SW selection and function Alternate reception Document quantity count confirmation when the error occurs Remaining receivable memory Recover from the energy saving of external telephone Origin telephone number registration PC-FAX job finish waiting time Modem speaker volume Telephone line menu Extend the time of FSS data reception (Extend the communication time) Answerphone connection permission TEL/LIU PWB setting 8 1 2. 3 Not used Test mode judgement flag Threshold of primary channel fall back EQM when V. 7 Debug display Encryption Delayed time when releasing the line during the dial test 8 1 2 3-8 Not used CNG display function CNG detection judgement Not used Not used 1 2 3 4.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Destination name Destination N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z North America Australia U. SW1 Bit NO. Fax software switch initial value list Destination A B C D E F G H I J K L M 4 SW NO. 4 5-8 0 : OFF 1 : ON 0 : OFF Not used at this moment Not used at this moment Not used at this moment Not used at this moment 1 : ON 00 01 10 11 Destination name Destination a b c d e f g h i j Remarks Not used Not used 145 150 B.K. Bit No. 144 1 System settings Item SW selection and function Detect the answerphone with silence CI disappearance judgement Filter time when detecting CI signal.4 ‘14/Apr SW No. Germany France Australia New Zealand China Taiwan Singapore Malaysia Thailand Middle East India Hong Kong Sweden Spain Portugal Italy Switzerland Finland Denmark Norway Netherland Luxemburg Belgium Destination name South Africa Czech Slovakia Hungary Greece Poland Russia Brazil Viet Nam Korea A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 86 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 . 2 3.

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5-8 1600 450 1100 220 270 270 270 540 1560 1560 1560 2750 140 140 140 270 450 1100 220 630 570 450 680 540 450 450 450 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 1540 1600 1650 1100 1100 1760 1650 1210 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 310 280 220 450 270 200 220 220 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 450 1210 220 270 270 270 270 270 270 400 270 450 1560 1560 1560 1560 1560 880 610 1560 1100 140 140 140 140 140 140 200 140 270 Minimum BT ON time SW15 .4 ‘14/Apr 4 I Sweden II I Spain II Portugal Italy Switzerland Finland I Denmark II Norway Netherland Luxemburg Belgium South Africa Czech Slovakia Hungary Greece Poland Russia Brazil Viet Nam Korea BT ON Time OFF Minimum Maximum 1 Time 1 cycle cycle Total Time Minimum ON Time 250 250 300 1410 500 150 500 500 1000 200 200 300 1410 400 150 500 500 1000 500 500 300 1410 1000 150 500 500 300 1410 1000 150 500 500 300 1410 1000 150 300 300 300 1410 600 150 250 250 300 1410 500 150 500 500 1000 500 500 300 1410 1000 150 500 500 300 1410 1000 150 480 480 300 1410 960 150 500 500 300 1410 1000 150 500 500 500 1100 1000 250 330 330 300 1410 660 150 330 330 300 1410 660 150 300 300 300 1410 600 150 300 300 300 1410 600 150 500 500 300 1410 1000 150 400 400 600 800 800 300 250 250 450 550 500 225 300 1410 150 500 1000 300 Japan North America U.1-4 570 Default values Upper limit of the detection time during talking SW20 . Germany France Australia New Zealand China Taiwan Singapore Malaysia Thailand Middle East India Hong Kong Sweden Spain Portugal Italy Switzerland Finland Denmark Norway Netherland Luxemburg Belgium South Africa Czech Slovakia Hungary Greece Poland Russia Brazil Viet Nam Korea MX-C250 SIMULATION 6 – 106 Lower limit of the detection time during talking SW20 .1-4 280 .K.

When a warning message is displayed. Error code and troubleshooting D. This allows the user and the serviceman to take the suitable action. maintenance. the trouble position can be quickly identified.) Warning to the user. The machine is stopped. etc.) Warning of troubles which can be recovered only by a serviceman.) 2) The damage to the machine is minimized. Detects/analyzes the content. Class 1 User Service Class 2 Others Warning Trouble Others Warning of troubles which can be recovered by the user. not a machine trouble (Preliminary warning of life expiration of a consumable part. the machine detects and displays it on the display section. Some warning messages of consumable parts are automatically cleared when the trouble is repaired. A warning message is displayed when a consumable part life is nearly expired or is expired. In case of a trouble.) The machine always monitors its own state.) Warning of a machine trouble. When the machine recognizes a trouble. Self diag operation A. etc. The trouble messages and the warning messages are displayed by the LCD and lamp. Self diag message kinds The self diag messages are classified as shown in the table below. Monitors the machine conditions. ඤယͬນা The content is displayed. (This avoids stopping of the machine due to running out the a consumable part. General When a trouble occurs in the machine or when the life of a consumable part is nearly expired or when the life is expired. the machine may be or may not be stopped. diagnostic (test ໘‫ܦ‬ Reset ఞ‫ેܥ‬ఠ Standby state MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 1 Warning ࠙࣬ A consumable part has reached its lifetime ZFT YES Replace or supply ક࿍ΩȜΜ࢐۟¦༞‫ݯ‬ the consumable part. (Paper jam. Function and purpose 1) Securing safety. Some trouble messages are automatically cleared when the trouble is repaired.) 4) Preliminary warning of running out of consumable parts allows to arrange for new parts in advance of running out. - Πρήσȟ࠙࣬ Trouble/Warning Warning ࠙࣬ Trouble Πρήσ ൲ै೪গ The machine is stopped.) 3) By displaying the trouble content. (This allows to perform an accurate repair. this feature notifies the occurrence of a trouble and stops the machine to minimize the damage. Some other troubles must be cleared by a simulation. No OP . (Motor trouble. B.2 ‘13/Oct Service Manual MX-C250 [7] TROUBLESHOOTING 1. it stops the operation and displays the trouble message. C. (The machine is stopped on detection of a trouble. consumable part life expiration. ਘၑ Repair Cancel the self-diagnostic ΘͼͺΈȪΞΑΠ΋ζϋΡȫ message with the ൝ͤ͢ͅুࡨ૷౯ιΛΓȜΐ ٜੰcommands). Some other warning messages must be cleared by a simulation. (The machine is stopped on detection of a trouble. improving the repair efficiency. Πρήσȟ࠙࣬ Trouble/Warning Πρήσ Trouble ະၻࡔ֦ͬ಺औ Troubleshoot the cause. etc.

U2 (00.E. lens. Breakdown sequence (1) Error code and operatable mode Trouble content FAX board trouble OPU communication trouble Backup battery voltage fall trouble Connection trouble Operation disable trouble 2 FAX board breakdown OPU communication trouble Backup battery voltage fall Image memory trouble. 51. 28. 58. 43.) E7 (10. 03. 22. 66. 35. 41.88.99) Memory error (included not installed the expansion RAM) Operation disable trouble 3 Engine trouble 2 Judgment block E7 (20. EU) X X X X X X X X X F2 (39. 50. 14) X X X X X X X X X SPF/DF trouble RSPF/DF breakdown U5 (40) X X X X X X X X X MFPC MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 2 .) MFPC Process system breakdown Paper feed tray 2 breakdown Other troubles Other troubles Process control trouble Trouble code Process control breakdown (MFPC detection) Operatable mode Scan. 42. 02. 03)H3 (00. 78) X X X X X X X X X F6 (00. etc. 47. 64. 05. EL. 72. 76. copy lamp) L1 (00)L3 (00) X X X X X X X X X CIS trouble CIS breakdown (shading. 04. 67. 23)F2 (23. 11. 49. 75. 74)H2 (00. 29) 6 (10) C1 (10)F2 (22. 17. 40)L8 (02) E7 (21. 11) X X X E7(01.81.93) X X X FAX Send FAX print FAST Notification to host X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X F3 (22) X X X X X X X X X EE (EC. 34. fusing.82. 73. 65. 02)H4 (00)H5 (01)H7 (10)L4 (02. 77) SCU ASIC trouble SCU ASIC error UC (02) X X X X X X X X X SCU communication trouble SCU communication error E7 (80) X X X X X X X X X Scanner trouble 2 Scanner section breakdown (motor. 21) U9(00.91. 04. 40. 71. 70. 32. etc.Print List To print HDD Copy scan (including interruption) Scan (Push) Scan (Pull) X X X X X U1 (01) X X X X A0(30). decode error Laser trouble LSU breakdown Process system trouble Paper feed tray 2 trouble MFPC troubles (motor. 06.8 4.

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print image data process error Automatic toner density adjustment error (Sampling level 76 . Scanner feed trouble Scanner return trouble F2 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 L1 L3 EL EU 22 23 39 40 41 42 43 45 47 49 50 51 58 64 65 66 67 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 Trouble detection Mechanism Option Electricity MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC O O MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 4 FAX Supply O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O .F.SCU communication error MFP-PCU PWB communication error FAX reception image data error Copy.178) Automatic toner density adjustment error (Overtoner) Automatic toner density adjustment error (Undertoner) Discharge lamp trouble (K) Discharge lamp trouble (CMY) Main unit thermister trouble Toner density sensor trouble (K) Toner density sensor trouble (C) Toner density sensor trouble (M) Toner density sensor trouble (Y) K image density sensor trouble Ozone duct thermister trouble LSU thermister trouble K drum phase sensor trouble CL drum phase sensor trouble Main unit humidity sensor trouble Toner supply operation trouble (K) Toner supply operation trouble (C) Toner supply operation trouble (M) Toner supply operation trouble (Y) Improper toner cartridge detection (K) Improper toner cartridge detection (C) Improper toner cartridge detection (M) Improper toner cartridge detection (Y) Toner cartridge CRUM error (K) Toner cartridge CRUM error (C) Toner cartridge CRUM error (M) Toner cartridge CRUM error (Y) Registration image density sensor trouble (Transfer belt substrate reflection rate abnormality) Paper feed tray 2 lift operation trouble F6 00 04 21 00 02 03 00 02 00 01 10 00 00 Controller . filing. FAX.FAX communication trouble FAX MODEM operation trouble Improper combination of FAX PWB and FAX soft switch Thermister open trouble (TH_UM_AD2) Sub thermister open trouble (TH_US) Compensation thermister open trouble Compensation thermister open trouble (TH_UM) Fusing section high temperature trouble (TH_US) Fusing section low temperature trouble (TH_UM_AD2) 5 times continuous POD1 not-reach jam Fusing low temperature recovery trouble (TH_UM_AD2).117/ 139 . Error code list (1)Error code Trouble code Main Sub code code A0 30 C1 10 E7 01 10 11 14 20 21 22 23 28 29 38 80 90 91 93 EE EC Trouble code content F3 22 Machine configuration error Main charger trouble (K) MFP image data error Shading error (Black correction) Shading error (White correction) CIS-ASIC error LSU BD(KC) detection error / LSU LD deform error (K) LSU LD deform error (C) LSU LD deform error (M) LSU BD(MY) detection error / LSU LD deform error (Y) LSU-MFPC connection error LSU ASIC frequency error Zoran chip AD adjustment error Flex RISC . image send.

Error code CE-00 CE-01 CE-02 CE-03 CE-04 CE-05 CE-06 CE-09 CE-11 CE-12 CE-13 CE-14 CE-15 CE-16 CE-17 Error name General communication error Network controller trouble Not-specified mail/FTP server error Communication error in image send FTP server account name or authentication password input error FTP server directory input error E-mail address error E-mail file size error Scanner memory shortage LADP address number is over USB memory is not installed USB memory write protect Out if USB memory space USB memory I/O error USB memory other error MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 5 Option Electricity O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O FAX Supply . OPU communication trouble (time-out) OPU language error IPD ASIC (CPT) error Trouble detection Mechanism MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC (2)Other error code The following error is not registered in the history of the error.‘13/Oct 2 2 Trouble code Main Sub code code L4 02 03 04 06 17 32 34 35 40 L6 10 L8 02 PC U1 01 U2 00 05 11 U5 40 U9 00 81 82 84 UC 88 99 02 Trouble code content Paper feed motor trouble Fusing motor lock trouble Developing motor trouble Transfer unit lift trouble Drum motor lock trouble Power source cooling fan trouble LSU fan trouble Fusing cooling fan trouble Ozone fan motor 1 trouble Polygon motor trouble Full wave signal error Personal counter not detected Battery trouble MFPC EEPROM read/write error Erroneous detection of account management data MFPC PWB EEPROM counter check sum error SPF connection trouble Communication trouble between the controller and OPU OPU communication trouble (parity) OPU communication trouble (overrun) OPU communication trouble (flaming) * Flaming is the one kind of communication error related with the length and the parity bit. the following error can e canceled by the customer. And.

LSU BD(KC) detection error / LSU LD deform error (K) Cause Check & Remedy E7-21 Abnormality in the CIS white reference plate scan level when the scanner lamp is turned ON. CIS unit abnormality. Dirt on the mirror. Improper installation of the harness to the MFP PWB/AFE PWB. Improper installation of the harness to the CIS unit/ MFP PWB. Improper installation of the harness to the CIS unit/ MFPC PWB. Check connection of the harness to the AFE PWB/ MFPC PWB. Breakage of the high voltage harness. Check the MFPC PWB. Use SIM61-1 to check the operation of the LSU. Check connection of the harness to the CIS unit/ MFPC PWB. Check connection of the connector and the harness of the MFPC PWB. Replace the LSU. laser diode trouble. M. and the reference white plate. . Improper installation of the harness to the MFPC PWB/AFE PWB. MFP PWB trouble. lighting error. MFPC PWB trouble Check the output of the main charger with SIM8-2. Check the PWB and connection of the harness in the LSU. Replace the AFE PWB./Replace.G. Replace the LSU. Check the AFE PWB. MFPC PWB trouble. Check disconnection of the main charger. AFE PWB trouble. MFPC PWB abnormality. BD PWB trouble. M. Y). Check the CIS unit. Harness and connector trouble between the LD/ BD(KC) PWB and the LSUcnt PWB. MFP PWB trouble. DV PWB trouble. Improper installation of the harness to the CIS unit/ AFE PWB. Check disconnection of the high voltage PWB. AFE PWB abnormality. Copy lamp lighting trouble. Disconnection of the high voltage PWB connector. Replace the DV PWB. Check connection of the harness to the Copy lamp unit. Check connection of the harness to the MFP PWB/ AFE PWB. lighting error. Check the AFE PWB. Replace the MFP PWB. Check the AFE PWB. There is an abnormality in the main charger unit (K. Harness and connector trouble between the LD PWB and the LSUcnt PWB. Details of error codes and countermeasures E7-11 Shading error (White correction) Cause A0-30 Machine configuration error Cause Check & Remedy C1-10 Check & Remedy Main charger trouble (K) Cause Check & Remedy E7-01 IFAX modem PWB is not connected properly FAX modem PWB is broken Wireless LAN PWB is not connected properly Wireless LAN PWB is broken RSPF/SPF is not connected properly RSPF/SPF is broken Check connection of FAX modem PWB Replace FAX modem PWB Check connection of LAN PWB Replace LAN PWB Check connection of RSPF/SPF Replace RSPF/SPF The main charger unit (K. Check connection of the harness to the CIS unit/ AFE PWB. Clean the mirror. connector. Y) is not installed properly. the lens. Check connection of the harness to the AFE PWB/ MFPC PWB. Replace the MFPC PWB. MFPC PWB abnormality. CIS unit abnormality. C. Use SIM61-1 to check the operation of the LSU. Check the MFPC PWB Optical axis shift. Check the CIS unit. and the reference white plate. lens. laser diode trouble. Check the PWB and connection of the harness in the LSU. C. /Replace. AFE PWB abnormality. Improper installation of the harness to the CIS unit/ AFE PWB. E7-20 E7-10 Shading error (Black correction) Cause Check & Remedy CIS-ASIC error Check & Remedy MFP image data error Cause E7-14 Abnormality in the CIS black scan level when the copy lamp is turned OFF. Check & Remedy Cause Image data transfer error in the MFPC PWB. Check the MFP PWB. Reduced laser power. Check connection of the harness to the CIS unit/ MFP PWB. Replace the MFPC PWB. LSU LD deform error (C) Cause Check & Remedy MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 6 Reduced laser power. Check connection of the harness to the CIS unit/ AFE PWB. Improper installation of the harness to the MFPC PWB/AFE PWB.

EE-EL Automatic toner density adjustment error (Overtoner) Cause Zoran chip AD adjustment error Cause E7-80 Communication error between the CPU in the MFPC PWB and the control ASIC.SCU communication error Cause Check & Remedy FlexRISC trouble Check fixation of the MFPC PWB Replace the MFPC PWB. laser diode trouble. Check connection of the connector and the harness between the MFPC PWB and the LSUcnt PWB. FAX. Check the PWB and connection of the harness in the LSU. Charging voltage/ developing voltage trouble. Check the PWB and connection of the harness in the LSU. Replace the MFPC PWB. lighting error.178) Cause Check & Remedy Toner density sensor trouble. Reduced laser power.E7-22 LSU LD deform error (M) Cause Check & Remedy E7-23 Check & Remedy Check & Remedy Check & Remedy Check & Remedy Oscillation abnormality of the external oscillator and the internal oscillating circuit used in the LSU ASIC. Flex RISC. Replace the LSU. Replace the PCU PWB. The voltage on MFPC PWB is not stable The parts on the MFPC PWB are not soldered properly Replace the MFPC PWB. toner density trouble. Replace the developing unit. Replace the toner density sensor. Replace the MFPC PWB. PCU PWB trouble. PCU PWB trouble. print image data process error Cause Check & Remedy Image compression data corruption Image data process abnormality Control PWB trouble Replace the mother board. Discharge lamp trouble (K) Cause Check & Remedy MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 7 Contact trouble between the discharge lamp PWB (K) and the MFPC PWB. or developing unit trouble. filing. Replace the toner density sensor. Replace the toner density sensor. LSU BD(MY) detection error / LSU LD deform error (Y) Cause E7-28 E7-91 Check & Remedy Toner density sensor trouble. Developing unit trouble.. MFPC PWB trouble. Check the harness and the connector. Replace the developing unit. Harness trouble between the MFPC PWB and the LSU cnt PWB MFPC PWB or LSU cnt PWB trouble Check connection of the connector and the harness between the MFPC PWB and the LSU cnt PWB. or developing unit trouble. Harness and connector trouble between the PWB and the LSU cnt PWB. FAX reception image data error Cause Check & Remedy E7-93 FAX control PWB trouble Image data process abnormality Flash memory contact error Image compression data corruption Control PWB trouble Replace the fax control PWB Sim60-1 to check the read/write operations of the memory Replace the MFPC PWB Copy. Use SIM61-1 to check the operation of the LSU. Replace the MFPC PWB. laser diode trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. LSU-MFPC connection error Cause E7-29 Reduced laser power. lighting error. Frequency error of image transfer clock from the MFPC PWB. . Replace the LSU. Use SIM61-1 to check the operation of the LSU. EE-EU Automatic toner density adjustment error (Undertoner) Cause Check & Remedy F2-22 Toner density sensor trouble.117/139 . Harness and connector trouble between the LD PWB and the LSU cnt PWB. LSU ASIC frequency error Cause E7-38 Optical axis shift. Replace the discharge lamp PWB (K). Replace the MFPC PWB. Replace the LSU. Discharge lamp PWB (K) trouble. Charging voltage/ developing voltage trouble. image send. Replace the developing unit. Replace the LSU. LSU ASIC abnormality on the LSUcnt PWB. MFPC PWB trouble. Sim60-1 to check the read/write operations of the memory Replace the MFPC PWB EE-EC Automatic toner density adjustment error (Sampling level 76 . toner density trouble. Improper connection of the communication connector between the MFPC PWB and the LSU cnt PWB.

Harness and connector connection trouble. MFPC PWB trouble Replace the process thermister. Harness and connector connection trouble. MFPC PWB trouble Replace the toner density sensor. Harness and connector connection trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. MFPC PWB trouble Replace the toner density sensor. or 231 or above) Connection trouble of the connector and the harness. Replace the MFPC PWB. Replace the MFPC PWB.F2-23 Discharge lamp trouble (CMY) Cause Check & Remedy F2-39 Check & Remedy Cause Process thermister trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. Check connection of the connectors and the harness. F2-45 Check & Remedy Toner density sensor output abnormality (Sample level 25 or less. Replace the MFPC PWB. or 231 or above) Connection trouble of the connector and the harness. Developing unit trouble. Developing unit trouble. Calibration plate dirt. LSU thermister trouble Cause Check & Remedy MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 8 The LSU detection temperature is outside of -28 degrees C . F2-43 Toner density sensor output abnormality (Sample level 25 or less. Replace the developing unit. Harness and connector connection trouble between the ozone duct thermistor and the MFPC PWB. Check connection of the harness and the connector. Replace the MFPC PWB. Replace the LSU. Process thermister harness connection trouble.78 degrees C. Developing unit trouble. Toner density sensor trouble (M) Cause Check & Remedy Toner density sensor output abnormality (Sample level 25 or less. or 231 or above). Discharge lamp PWB (C) trouble. Clean the K image density sensor. Replace the calibration plate. LSU thermister trouble. Check the harness and the connector. Harness and connector connection trouble. Replace the developing unit. MFPC PWB trouble. Replace the discharge lamp PWB (C). Replace the MFPC PWB. MFPC PWB trouble Replace the toner density sensor. Cause Check & Remedy K image density sensor sensitivity adjustment trouble. K image density sensor trouble. Replace the calibration plate solenoid. Replace the PCU PWB. K image density sensor trouble Toner density sensor trouble (K) Cause F2-41 Toner density sensor trouble (Y) Check & Remedy Process thermister trouble Cause F2-40 Contact trouble between the discharge lamp PWB (C) and the PCU PWB. K image density sensor dirt. Replace the MFPC PWB. or 231 or above) Connection trouble of the connector and the harness. Check connection of the connectors and the harness. Replace the toner density sensor. Harness and connector connection trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. Calibration plate solenoid trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. Use SIM44-2 to adjust the process control sensor sensitivity. Replace the developing unit. Toner density sensor trouble (C) F2-47 Cause Check & Remedy F2-42 Toner density sensor output abnormality (Sample level 25 or less. Check connection of the connectors and the harness between the ozone duct thermistor and the MFPC PWB. MFPC PWB trouble LSU control PWB trouble. Connection trouble of the connector and the harness. Replace the MFPC PWB. Harness and connector connection trouble. Replace the developing unit. Developing unit trouble. Replace the K image density sensor. Ozon duct thermister trouble Cause Check & Remedy F2-49 The ozone duct thermister trouble. .

) Toner cartridge trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. Improper toner cartridge detection (M) Cause Check & Remedy MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 9 An improper toner cartridge is inserted.". Replace the developing unit. Connector/harness trouble. MFPC PWB trouble Toner cartridge trouble. Toner supply operation trouble (K) Cause Check & Remedy Toner motor trouble. Replace the toner density sensor. MFPC PWB trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. Replace the toner cartridge. Replace the toner cartridge. (The main unit detects a toner cartridge of a different specification. Toner density sensor trouble. (DHPCL) Harness and connector connection trouble. Developing unit trouble. Replace the toner drive clutch. Replace the drum phase sensor. Replace the MFPC PWB. Replace the developing unit. Replace the toner cartridge. Developing unit trouble. Developing unit trouble. Connector/harness trouble. Toner drive clutch trouble. An improper toner cartridge is inserted. Toner drive clutch trouble.) Toner cartridge trouble. Harness and connector connection trouble. MFPC PWB trouble Toner cartridge trouble. F2-67 Toner supply operation trouble (Y) Cause Check & Remedy F2-70 Check & Remedy Cause Toner supply operation trouble (C) Cause Check & Remedy Toner motor trouble. Replace the toner density sensor. Replace the toner drive clutch. MFPC PWB trouble Replace the toner cartridge. Replace the developing unit. Replace the drum phase sensor. Improper toner cartridge detection (C) Check & Remedy F2-65 Toner motor trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. Process humidity sensor trouble Cause Check & Remedy F2-64 Toner supply operation trouble (M) Cause Check & Remedy CL drum phase sensor trouble Cause F2-58 Drum phase sensor trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. Use SIM30-1 to check the operation of "DHPD_CL". Replace the toner cartridge. Toner density sensor trouble. Toner density sensor trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. Replace the MFPC PWB. Drum drive section trouble. Harness and connector connection trouble. Connector/harness trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. MFPC PWB trouble Toner cartridge trouble. Improper toner cartridge detection (K) Cause F2-71 Toner motor trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. (The main unit detects a toner cartridge of a different specification. Repair the drum drive section. Replace the toner cartridge. Check connection of the connectors and the harness. Replace the toner drive clutch. . Drum drive section trouble. F2-72 An improper toner cartridge is inserted. Connector/harness trouble. Repair the drum drive section. Replace the toner motor. Connector/harness trouble. Toner drive clutch trouble. Replace the toner motor. Replace the process humidity sensor. Replace the toner cartridge. Toner cartridge trouble. Replace the developing unit.) Toner cartridge trouble. Toner density sensor trouble. Replace the toner motor.F2-50 K drum phase sensor trouble Cause Check & Remedy F2-51 Check & Remedy Drum phase sensor trouble. Replace the toner density sensor. Check connection of the connectors and the harness. F2-66 Process humidity sensor trouble. (The main unit detects a toner cartridge of a different specification. Connector/harness trouble. Connector/harness trouble. Toner drive clutch trouble. Check connection of the connectors and the harness. Connector/harness trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. Replace the toner drive clutch. MFPC PWB trouble Use SIM30-1 to check the operation of "DHPD_K. Developing unit trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. Replace the toner motor. Replace the toner density sensor. Replace the MFPC PWB. MFPC PWB trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB.

Replace the FAX control PWB.FAX communication establishment error / Framing / Parity / Protocol error MFP FAX control PWB trouble. Thermister open trouble (TH_UM_AD2) Cause Check & Remedy MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 10 Thermister trouble. FAX PWB trouble Check/Replace the FAX PWB (The modem chip is not soldered correctly) FAX PWB trouble Check/Replace the FAX PWB (The modem chip is not soldered correctly) FAX control PWB MODEM chip operation trouble FAX FAX MODEM chip operation trouble. Replace the toner cartridge. Connector/harness trouble. FAX PWB trouble. . Connector/harness trouble. Replace the lift-up unit. Replace the MFPC PWB.) Toner cartridge trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. Connector/harness trouble. Connector/harness trouble. C2LUD1sensor trouble Paper feed tray 2 lift unit trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. Replace the toner cartridge. Replace the thermister. Replace the FAX control PWB. Fusing unit not installed. Controller . Harness and connector connection trouble. Check connection of the harness and the connector of C2LUD. Replace the FAX PWB. MFPC PWB trouble. Paper feed tray 2 lift operation trouble Cause Check & Remedy LUD1 is not turned ON within the specified time. Check & Remedy Check and Remedy Cause Check and Remedy Cause Check and Remedy F6-04 Toner cartridge CRUM error (M) Cause F2-77 Section Case 1 Cause Check and Remedy Case 2 Cause Toner cartridge CRUM error (C) Cause F2-76 Toner cartridge (CRUM) trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. MFPC PWB trouble. Replace the toner cartridge. Replace the MFPC PWB. Connector/harness trouble. Connector/harness trouble. MFPC PWB trouble. MFPC PWB trouble Connection trouble of the connector and the harness. Replace the MFPC PWB. Connector/harness trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB.F2-73 Improper toner cartridge detection (Y) Cause Check & Remedy F2-74 Check & Remedy Check & Remedy Case 3 Case 4 Toner cartridge (CRUM) trouble. Section Case 1 Cause Check and Remedy Case 2 Cause Check and Remedy H2-00 Incompatibility between the FAX PWB and the FAX control PWB information (soft switch) MFPC The destination of the FAX PWB installed is improper. F6-00 Toner cartridge (CRUM) trouble. Replace the MFPC PWB. Improper combination of FAX PWB and FAX soft switch Toner cartridge CRUM error (Y) Trouble content Cause Check & Remedy F3-22 FAX control PWB . FAX MODEM operation trouble Trouble content Section Case 1 Cause Check and remedy Case 2 Cause Check and Remedy F6-21 MFP . Connector/harness trouble. Replace the FAX control PWB. (The main unit detects a toner cartridge of a different specification.FAX communication trouble Trouble content Toner cartridge CRUM error (K) Cause F2-75 An improper toner cartridge is inserted. Replace the MFPC PWB. MFPC PWB trouble. Replace the toner cartridge.MFPC PWB connector and harness trouble Check the connector and the harness between the FAX control PWB and the MFPC PWB. The FAX MODEM chip cannot be accessed. Replace the toner cartridge. Check the destination of the FAX PWB. Toner cartridge (CRUM) trouble. Harness and connector connection trouble.

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Thermister trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
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Fusing unit not installed.
Replace the thermister.
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Harness and connector connection trouble.

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The fusing temperature exceeds the specified
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Thermister trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Connection trouble of the connector and the
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Power unit trouble.
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heater lamp.
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Replace the thermister.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Harness and connector connection trouble.
Replace the power unit.

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The fusing temperature exceeds the specified
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Thermister trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Power unit trouble.
Use SIM5-2 to check the flashing operation of the
heater lamp.
Use SIM14 to cancel the trouble.
Replace the thermister.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Harness and connector connection trouble.
Replace the power unit.

A fusing jam is not canceled completely. (A jam
paper remains.)
POD1 sensor trouble.
Fusing unit installation trouble.
Connector, harness connection trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Replace the POD1 sensor.
Check the installing position of the fusing unit.
Replace the fusing unit.
Check connection of the connector and the
harness.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Use SIM14 to cancel the trouble.

Fusing low temperature recovery
trouble (TH_UM_AD2).

Cause
Cause

The fusing temperature does not reach the
specified level within the specified time from
turning ON the power relay.
Thermister trouble.
Heater lamp trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble.
Thermostat trouble.
Connector, harness connection trouble.
Power unit trouble.
Interlock switch trouble.
Replace the thermister.
Replace the heater lamp.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Replace the thermostat.
Check connection of the connector and the
harness.
Replace the power unit.
Replace the interlock switch.
Use SIM5-2 to check the flashing operation of the
heater lamp.
Use SIM14 to cancel the trouble.

5 times continuous POD1 not-reach
jam

Cause

H7-10
H3-02

Fusing section low temperature
trouble (TH_UM_AD2)

Thermister trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Fusing unit not installed.
Replace the thermister.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Harness and connector connection trouble.

Fusing section high temperature
trouble (TH_UM)

Cause

H4-00

Check & Remedy

MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 11

The fusing temperature does not reach the
specified level within the specified time from
stopping a job due to fall in the fusing temperature.
Thermister trouble.
Heater lamp trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Thermostat trouble.
Connector, harness connection trouble.
Power unit trouble.
Interlock switch trouble.
Replace the thermister.
Replace the heater lamp.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Replace the thermostat.
Check connection of the connector and the
harness.
Replace the power unit.
Replace the interlock switch.
Use SIM5-2 to check the flashing operation of the
heater lamp.

L1-00

Scanner feed trouble

Cause

Check & Remedy

L3-00

Scanner feed is not completed within the specified
time.
Scanner unit trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Harness and connector connection trouble.
Scanner home position sensor trouble.
Scanner motor trouble.
Use SIM1-1 to check the scan operation.
Replace the scanner unit.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Check connection of the connectors and the
harness.
Replace the scanner home position sensor.
Replace the scanner motor.

Scanner return trouble

Cause

Check & Remedy

L4-02

L4-04

Cause

Check & Remedy

Check & Remedy

A lock signal is not detected within the specified time
in ON operation of the paper feed motor after
warming-up or canceling a jam.
Paper feed motor trouble
Paper feed motor harness and connector connection
trouble
MFPC PWB trouble
Use SIM6-1 to check the operation of the paper feed
motor.
Replace the paper feed motor.
Check connection of the paper feed motor harness
and the connector.
Replace the MFPC PWB.

Check & Remedy

Check & Remedy

Fusing motor lock trouble

Cause

Check & Remedy

The motor lock signal is detected during rotation of
the fusing motor.
Fusing motor trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Use Sim6-1 to check the operation of the fusing
motor.
Replace the fusing motor.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Check connection of the connector and the
harness.

Drum motor trouble
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness between MFPC PWB and the drum motor
MFPC PWB trouble
Check the operation of the drum motor with SIM
25-01
Check the connection of the connector and the
harness between MFPC PWB and the drum motor
Replace the drum motor
Replace the MFPC PWB

Power source cooling fan trouble

Cause

L4-03

Transfer unit position sensor trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Transfer unit separation clutch operation trouble.
Primary transfer belt unit is not installed.
Use SIM6-3 to check the separating operation of
the transfer unit.
Install the primary transfer belt unit.
Replace the transfer unit position sensor.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Harness and connector connection trouble.
Replace the transfer unit separation clutch.

Drum motor lock trouble

Cause

L4-32

The motor lock signal is detected during rotation of
the developing motor.
Developing motor trouble.
Harness and connector connection trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Developing unit trouble.
Use SIM25-1 to check the operation of the
developing motor.
Replace the developing motor.
Check connection of the connectors and the
harness.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Replace the developing motor.
Replace the developing unit.

Transfer unit lift trouble

Cause

L4-17

Paper feed motor trouble

Trouble content

Cause

L4-06

Scanner return is not completed within the
specified time.
Scanner unit trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Harness and connector connection trouble.
Scanner home position sensor trouble.
Scanner motor trouble.
Use SIM1-1 to check the scan operation.
Replace the scanner unit.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Check connection of the connectors and the
harness.
Replace the scanner home position sensor.
Replace the scanner motor.

Developing motor trouble (BLACK)

Check & Remedy

MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 12

The fan operation signal is not detected within the
specified time in the power cooling fan operation.
Power cooling fan trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Use SIM6-2 to check the rotating operation of the
fan.
Replace the power cooling fan.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Check/replace the connector or the harness.

L4-34

LSU fan trouble

Cause

Check & Remedy

L4-35

Check & Remedy

The fan operation signal is not detected within the
specified time in the fusing cooling fan operation.
Fusing cooling fan trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Use SIM6-2 to check the rotating operation of the
fan.
Replace the fusing cooling fan.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Harness and connector connection trouble.

Cause

An abnormality in the full wave signal frequency is
detected.
(The frequency is detected as 80Hz or above, or
30Hz or less.) MFPC PWB trouble.
Power unit trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Power frequency, waveform abnormality.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Replace the power unit.
Check connection of the connectors and the
harness.
Check the power waveform.

Check & Remedy

Check & Remedy

U1-01

Battery trouble

Case 1

Cause
Check &
Remedy

U2-00

Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness between MFPC PWB and the fan motor.
MFPC PWB trouble
FAN motor trouble
The fan is not operated by other causes (the power
is not supplied. ) .
Check the fan motor operation with the SIM06-02.
Check the harness and connector connection
between the MFPC PWB and the fan motor.
Replace the fan motor
Replace the MFPC PWB.

Check & Remedy

U2-05

Cause

Check & Remedy

Check & Remedy

The motor does not reach the specified rpm in
specified time after starting rotation of the polygon
motor.
Polygon motor trouble.
LSUcnt PWB trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
Use SIM61-1 to check the operation of the polygon
motor.
Check connection of the connectors and the
harness.
Replace the polygon motor.
Replace the LSU.

U2-11

EEPROM is broken
The device access error/connection error of
EEPROM by the noise
Cancel the error by SIM16

MFPC PWB EEPROM counter check
sum error

Cause

Check & Remedy

U5-40

MFPC PWB EEPROM trouble.
EEPROM socket contact trouble.
MFP PWB trouble.
Strong external noises.
Use SIM16 to cancel the error.
Replace the MFP PWB EEPROM.
Replace the MFP PWB.
Check the power environment.

Erroneous detection of account management data

Polygon motor trouble

Cause

1) Battery life
2) Battery circuit abnormality
Check to confirm that the battery voltage is
about 2.0V or above.
Use SIM13 to cancel the trouble.

MFPC EEPROM read/write error

Cause

Ozone fan motor 1 trouble

Cause

L6-10

The fan rotation signal is not detected in the
specified time during operation of the LSU fan.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
LSU fan trouble.
Replace the MFPC PWB.
Use Sim6-2 to check the operation of the fan.
Check connection of the connector and the
harness.
Replace the LSU fan.
Replace the MFPC PWB.

Full wave signal error

Fusing cooling fan trouble

Cause

L4-40

L8-02

MFPC PWB EEPROM trouble.
EEPROM socket contact trouble.
MFPC PWB trouble.
Strong external noises.
Use SIM16 to cancel the error.
Replace the MFPC PWB.

SPF connection trouble

Cause
Check & Remedy

MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 13

Hardware trouble
Check the operation of the SPF and the control
circuit

U9-00

Communication trouble between the
controller and OPU

Cause

Check & Remedy

U9-81

Check & Remedy

Check & Remedy

Check & Remedy

Cause
Check & Remedy

OPU connector connection trouble
Harness trouble between OPU PWB and MCU
PWB
Break connector pin of OPU PWB
Lift unit trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
PCU PWB trouble
Check connector connection and harness of OPU
PWB and MCU PWB
Replace OPU PWB or MCU PWB
Check ground point
Power off/on

Connection error between OPU PWB and MCU
PWB / data corruption
Check connector connection and harness of OPU
PWB and MCU PWB
Replace OPU PWB or MCU PWB
Check ground point
Power off/on

Connection error between OPU PWB and MCU
PWB / data corruption
Check connector connection and harness of OPU
PWB and MCU PWB
Replace OPU PWB or MCU PWB
Check ground point
Power off/on

OPU communication trouble (timeout)

Cause
Check & Remedy

Command size error from MCU to OPU
Check connector connection and harness of OPU
PWB and MCU PWB
Replace OPU PWB or MCU PWB
Check ground point
Power off/on

UC-02 IPD ASIC (CPT) error

OPU communication trouble (flaming)

Cause

U9-88

Cause
Check & Remedy

OPU communication trouble (overrun)

Cause

U9-84

OPU language error

OPU communication trouble (parity)

Cause

U9-82

OPU connector connection trouble
Harness trouble between OPU PWB and MCU
PWB
Break connector pin of OPU PWB
Lift unit trouble.
Connection trouble of the connector and the
harness.
PCU PWB trouble
Check connector connection and harness of OPU
PWB and MCU PWB
Replace OPU PWB or MCU PWB
Check ground point
Power off/on

U9-99

Command size error from MCU to OPU
Check connector connection and harness of OPU
PWB and MCU PWB
Replace OPU PWB or MCU PWB
Check ground point
Power off/on

MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 14

IPD ASIC (CPT) operation error
MFPC PWB trouble.
Replace the MFPC PWB.

(1) Descriptions on E7-91 - 94 errors
Two-digit numbers with double parentheses are added to E7-91 94 error codes recorded in SIM22-6 indicate the detailed contents
of the errors.
The number in each digit has its own meaning.
(Example) E7-91(**)
The upper digit of the added code indicates the job kind at the
occurrence of the error.
Error
code
E7-91

E7-93

The upper digit of
the added code
0*
1*
2*
3*
4*
5*
6*
7*
8*
9*
A* - F*
0*
1*
2*
3*
4*
5*
6*
7*
8*
9*
A*
B*
C*
D*
E*
F*

Image
type
Other
JPEG
JBIG
Mxx1ch
Mxx4ch
Other
JPEG
JBIG
Mxx1ch
Mxx4ch
Not Used
Other
JPEG
JBIG
Mxx1ch
Mxx4ch
Other
JPEG
JBIG
Mxx1ch
Mxx4ch
Other
JPEG
JBIG
Mxx1ch
Mxx4ch
Not Used

Job kind at the occurrence
of the error
- FAX (Internet FAX)
reception print (Other than
long size images)

*1
*1
*1

*1
*1
*1

- FAX (Internet FAX)
reception print
(Long size images)

*1
*1
- Copy print (in ERDH)
- Copy composing system
function (Custom Stamp,
Water mark)

*1
*1

- Image send
- Document filing
- Preview display
*1
- GDI/PCL printer print
- Copy composing system
function (Custom Stamp,
Water mark)

*1
*1

*1: Added code without generating
The lower digit of the added code indicates the kind and the content of the abnormality or the result of the automatic memory check
executed when the abnormality is detected.

*1
Memory
verify
NG
The upper digit of the
added code

Error detection circuit

1*, 6*, B*
2*, 7*, C*
3*, 8*, D*
4*, 9*, E*

JPEG
JBIG
Mxx1ch
Mxx4ch

*9
-

Lower digit of the added code Kind/Content of the error
*A
*B
*C
*D
*E
Huffman
Restart
Improper Head decoding
Head decoding
code
marker
marker
error detection
error detection
error
error
error
(ASIC detection) (CPU detection)
O
O
O
O
O
O
-

: Added code indicating that the memory and its peripheral must
be focused for check in case of an error.
O : Added code indicating that doubtful sections are in a wider
range such as the memory, PWB's, etc.

-: Added code without generating

MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 15

*F
Other
abnormal
termination
O
O
O
O

(2) Countermeasures in case of E7-91 . For the cases of FAX or Internet FAX reception data. Other added codes Cause Check and remedy PPD2_NA PPD2_S1 PPD2_S2 PPD2_SA PPD2_SM Mostly because the data inputted to the ASIC for decoding are broken for some reasons. . (E7-91) (To clear the received data. .Replace the MFPC PWB. JAM and troubleshooting A. generating an error repeatedly. execute SIM66-10. . Therefore. . there is a strong possibility that an abnormality lies around the memory.Use SIM60-01 (Memory read/write check) to check to insure that no error occurs. it cannot detect an abnormality with absolute certainty.Check the MFPC PWB to insure that there is no abnormality.Replace the HDD.When the job at occurrence of an error is FAX (E7-91).94 In case of E7-9x (11). the added code becomes (*1). check the installing state of the FAX control PWB and the SC CARD PWB. there may be a memory abnormality. however. PRI (2) JAM content C2PPD remaining JAM (Cassette2 feed paper) PPD2 not-reached JAM (Main cassette feed paper) C2PPD not-reached JAM (Cassette2 feed paper) PPD2 not-reached JAM (Cassette 2 feed paper) PPD2 not-reached JAM (Manual feed tray feed paper) PPD2 not-reached JAM (ADU feed paper) PPD2 remaining JAM (Main cassette feed paper) PPD2 remaining JAM (Main cassette 2 feed paper) PPD2 remaining JAM (ADU feed paper) PPD2 remaining JAM (Manual feed tray feed paper) PPD2 JAM (Waiting the image preparation finish time out) SCU JAM causes JAM code SPPD1_N SPPD1_S SPPD2_N SPPD2_S P_SHORT SPPD1_NR SPPD1_SR MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 16 JAM content SPPD1 not-reached JAM SPPD1 remaining JAM SPPD2 not-reached JAM SPPD2 remaining JAM Short size JAM SPPD1 reverse not reached JAM SPPD1 reverse remaining JAM . printing is performed every time when the machine is booted.94. There is an abnormality in the process of read/write of the process data in the memory or the hard disk. Even if it is not (*1).Check the installing state of the MFPC PWB to insure that there is no abnormality. the memory (DRAM) is automatically read/written to perform a simplified check.Perform SIM60-01 (Memory read/write check) to insure that there is no NG. it cannot be said that there is no abnormality around the memory.94 occurs is a simplified check. If an abnormality is detected in that case. E7-9x (21). If the added code is (*1). .2.Replace the FAX control PWB.Replace the MFPC PWB.) . when broken data are saved. JAM code list (1) Main unit JAM code C2PPD_ST TRAY1 TRAY2 PPD2_N2 MFT Since the automatic memory check executed when E7-91 . . E7-9x (41) Cause Check and remedy In case of E7-91 . . . E7-9x (31). A great noise unexpectedly generated may be the cause.

) The communication report sub code 1 and sub code 2 are in hexadecimal notation. the communication report table. Outline and code system descriptions B. PIN RTN.8 Phase-1 V. Communication report main code Report code 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Final receive signal (Send side) Abnormal signal NSF.3. DIS CFR FTT MCF PIP. DTC PPS-EOP PPS-EOM PPS-MPS. SUB.8 Phase-1 V. PPS-NULL RR CTC EOR-Q PPS-PRI-Q Abnormal signal SID. NSC. RTP No signal. the communication registration table. (1) The communication report code is composed as follows: Communication report: XX (XXXX) The upper 2 digits of the communication report code: Communication report code of 00 . PIN RTN. NSC. DTC EOP EOM MPS PRI-Q DCN PPS-EOP PPS-EOM PPS-MPS. NSS. V. (The others are in decimal notation. (SEP). DIS CFR FTT MCF PIP. PPS-NULL PRI-Q DCN RR CTC EOR-Q PPS-PRI-Q V. DCS PWD. MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 17 . The upper 2 digits: Communication report sub code 1 (Refer to communication report sub code 1.99 (Refer to communication report main code. and the protocol are described on the communication report column. RTP No signal.8 Phase-3 Final receive signal (Receive side) Abnormal signal (SID). DCN PPR RNR CTR ERR Abnormal signal NSF. Image send communication report code A. NSS.8 Phase-2 V.) The lower 4 digits of the communication report code: Used by the serviceman.8 Phase-3 For report codes 16 .8 Phase-2 V.) The communication report sub code 1 is not used in the these models. DCN PPR RNR CTR ERR V. (SUB).31. SEP.34 MODE COMMUNICATION.) The lower 2 digits: Communication report sub code 2 (Refer to communication report sub code 2. DCS (PWD). Details After completion of communication.

DCN is received for DTC. (DIS bit 9 is 0. the remote party does not have confidential function. <Polling> In F code polling (calling). <Polling> In polling reception. <Send> In reservation from PC-FAX or PC-Internet FAX. For 16 or later. <Receive> In reception. (SUB is not matched. <Receive/Polling> The send data length of one page exceeds the limit (2m) in sending. the remote machine has no DIS bit 49 (sub address function). the department number is not specified. In F code receiving : <Receive> "F code relay broadcasting" or "F code confidential reception" is "Inhibited with soft SW. The calling side cannot establish connection with the remote party. the use quantity limit is exceeded. data are sent from a remote machine of receive inhibit number.Check the box number. FULL 39 (Number of paper unmatched) (Relay not received) LENGTH OVER LENGTH OVER (Communication) (OK) ORIGINAL ERROR (Picture quality error) NO RESPONSE 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 TX DECODE ERROR OK OK REPLY RECEIVE NO RX POLL 50 RX POLL FAIL 51 PASS # NG 52 (No confidential function in remote party) 53 54 55 (Confidential not received) (Confidential BOX NO NG) (No relay function in remote party) 56 NO REL RX 57 58 (Relay ID unmatched) REJECTED 59 RX NO F-CODE POLL 60 NO F-CODE POLL 61 62 63 RX POLL # NG F POLL PASS # NG NO F FUNC 64 NO F-CODE 67 68 69 70 72 F PASS # NG BOX NO. <Send> In department management setting on the machine side: ? In reservation from PC-FAX or PC-Internet FAX. <Bulletin board> In confidential sending. 2) DCN is received for SID. --. 1) In confidential sending.) ? When "PC-FAX or PC-internet FAX send inhibit" is set on the machine side. (Reservation of PC-FAX cannot be accepted. the system number is not matched. <Polling> The called side has no data to send.) <Receive> Memory over in quick online sending <Send> In PC-FAX reservation.Report code (Communication result) 0 . --. there is no send data for SEP. <Send> ? Reservation cannot be made due to machine busy. a remote station number which is not registered is specified. <Receive> (Not rejected in the bulletin board send or the F code bulletin board send. the allow number is not matched. the remote machine has no relay function. DCN is received for NSS. <Send> ? In reservation from PC-FAX or PC-Internet FAX. there is no send data. <Bulletin board> In bulleting board. an F code relay command is received. In relay command sending. <Send/Receive/Polling/Bulletin board> Power is failed during sending/receiving.31 33 34 Display in the column of result Refer to “previous table”.Check the box number and pass code. a confidential box number which is not registered is specified. <Send> 2) In relay command reception. <Bulletin board> In poling sending. A communication interruption command is made during sending/receiving. <Receive/Polling> Speaking before data transmission A document jam occurs in direct sending. the recall setting in case of a communication error is valid. <Polling> In polling sending. <Bulletin board> In polling sending. the pass code (PWD) is not matched. <Send/Receive/Polling/Bulletin board> Memory over during reception. the remote machine has no DIS bit 47 (polling function). <Send/Bulletin board> The receive data length of one page exceeds the limit. <Send/Polling> (When in recall.)<Polling> In F code polling (calling). the number of remote parties is exceeded. The called side does not have polling function in polling reception. V.) In F code polling (calling).34 mode communication.<Receive> 1) In relay command reception. 1) In relay command sending. 2) The NSF is not a Sharp machine. <Bulletin board> In bulletin board. <Send/Bulletin board> Normal end of communication OK in Internet FAX send with reception confirmation. however.) A decode error occurs in the FAX board. <Polling> In bulletin board. 2) The NSF is not a Sharp machine. DCN is received for NSS. <Send> The FAX signal from the remote party is not detected within T1 time. the pass code (SID) is not matched. BUSY CANCEL 35 36 37 38 NG35 XXXX (No record paper) (Record paper jam) MEM. <Receive/Polling> Print is not made during reception in acting reception inhibit. <Bulletin board> In F code sending. An authentication error occurs when PC-FAX or PC-Internet FAX is reserved. a box number which is not registered is specified. the called side has no send data. <Receive> 3) In F code relay broadcasting. <Send> (Check that the remote machine conforms to F code. MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 18 . a department number which is not registered on the machine side is specified. <Send> (Including other company's machines) 1) The NSF signal has not "Confidential function" bit. <Receive> In F code reception." In F code receiving.) In F code sending : <Send> 1) DCN is received for SUB. <Send> (Including other company's machine) 1) The NSF signal has not "Confidential function" bit. NG MEMORY OVER (JOB MEMORY OVER) (NG72 XXXX) *1 73 75 NG73 XXXX *1 NG75 XXXX *1 79 NG79 XXXX *1 Content of communication interruption Depends on the point of communication interruption. the sub address (bulletin board number (SEP)) is not matched. <Send> 1) In confidential reception. The interruption key is pressed for interruption of input. DCN is received for SEP. the relay ID does not match.

34 mode." "NG For a communication result. polarity reversion detection (Remote machine not responding) Calling is not made (busy)<Collision detected (including CNG detection)> Not used Send/Receive Send/Receive Send Receive Receive Receive Send Receive Send Send/Receive Receive Receive Receive Receive Receive Receive Receive Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send Send - When the sub code 2 is "08" or "30" and the communication report is "OK. ? When the communication result is OK. ? When an error other than the communication result code 93 or 94 in D-SMTP send (including error response of 5XX) *1: For a job status result in "Display in the column of result.) DC current not detected (busy) Dial tone not detected (busy) Busy tone detection (busy) T0 time up (Remote machine not responding) T1 time up (Remote machine not responding) In dialing. ? Authentication of the POP server is failed when POP before SMTP is enabled." the report code is "00" or "16.34 mode. the communication sub code 1 and the communication sub code 2 are "0000. (2) Communication report sub code 1 The communication report sub code 1 (upper 2 digits) are always indicated as "00." (3) Communication report sub code 2 Report code 2 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Content of communication interruption When the conditions after 01 do not apply. time up is generated when shifting from Primary to Control.34 mode In V. ? A network trouble (CE-XX) occurs.34 mode.) If facsimile communication cannot be executed normally through the IP telephone line. In V. " " is the code number. When installing this machine. the dial tone detection when sending is set to Enable (changed from OFF to ON).34) Not used A communication error is generated between MFP controller and Modem controller.Report code (Communication result) 80 Display in the column of result NG80 XXXX *1 Content of communication interruption NIC connect failure (network abnormality) ? Check for disconnection of cables. Command receive time-up from MFP controller Not used Not used Polarity reversion detection Invalid command reception Fallback retry number over Command retry number resend over Time up (T5 timer) Time up (T5 timer) in V. ? The port is set to DISABLE. Check to confirm that the continuous buzzer sound is heard when the on-hook key is pressed." 4. time up is generated when shifting from Control to Primary.) Not used Not used Polarity reversion detection Invalid command reception Time up (1-minute timer/6-second time) PUT error In V." ? Errors in ( ) are not used. (V. time up is generated when shifting from Primary to Control. MX-C250 TROUBLESHOOTING 7 – 19 . In V. Send length over EOL time up Carrier detection time up Time up of the communication start command from the machine side Time up in phase C (8 min) Memory image decode error Memory image decode error Time up between frames in phase C (Report code is 0 or 16. other than V.34 mode. (Press the on-hook key again to cancel the buzzer sound. no response of send completion is sent back from the MODEM chip within a certain time. "Communication error XXXX" is displayed. When sending the FSK signal. Dial tone When shipping from the factory. be sure to check and confirm that the dial tone is properly detected and the auto dial sending is enabled. (XXXX)" is displayed. time up is generated when shifting from Control to Primary.34. (Report code is 0 or 16. try the general telephone line.

Update procedure 1. check combinations with ROM’s installed in the other PWB’s including options. -EDIA. 3) When there is a trouble in the ROM program and it must be repaired. Relationship between each ROM and update Before execution of ROM update. Outline B. C. Update procedures and kinds of firmware There are following methods of update of the firmware. and select the firmware data in the media or USB memory by simulation screen in the main unit. Cases where update is required (1) ROM update is required in the following cases: 1) When there is a necessity to upgrade the performance. Firmware update using media For the update. 2. 1) Firmware update using USB memory. Notes for update A. connect the media or USB memory to the USB port that exists in the main body. 2) When installing a new spare parts PWB unit (with ROM) for repair to the machine. Some combinations of each ROM’s versions may cause malfunctions of the machine.MX-C250 [8] FIRMWARE UPDATE Service Manual 1.

.Store the firmware data (xxx . MX-C250 FIRMWARE UPDATE 8 – 1 -ACHINEDETECTSTHE53" ANDUPDATEISAUTOMATICALLYDONE .sfu) to the media or USB memory beforehand.The USB thumb drive equipped with the security (secure) function cannot be used. &IRMWARE !DOPTER &IRMWARE &IRMWARE 53"(OSTONTHEGO 䢢 53"-EMORY -ANUAL$ATA &IRMWARESFU *1: .The media used for the update must have a minimum of 32MB of storage capacity. .

sfuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ************2. (Use the USB I/F of the operation panel section.) 2) Enter the SIM49-01. * At this moment. do not disconnect the USB memory. When the upgrading is finished correctly. * When there is no firmware file in the USB memory. 3) Select the file and press [OK] button or [Start] button.sfu 6) When the upgrading is finished. the machine is restarted and the download of the firmware file starts. Then. Firmware update procedure from the USB memory The firmware update executes by SIM49-01. 5) After downloading the firmware file. the upgrading result is displayed. do not disconnect the USB memory. 1) Insert the media or USB memory which stores the firmware into the main unit. the message shown in the figure is displayed. Sim49-01 FIRMWARE UPDATE Please wait a minute Sim49-01 FIRMWARE UPDATE From㻌 䠖㻌 ********** To㻌 㻌 䠖 ********** Are you sure ?㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 㻌 EXEC 4) Press [OK] button or [Start] button. Downlode mode MX-C250 FIRMWARE UPDATE 8 – 2 . Processing finished. the current version and the new version are displayed. When the upgrading is failed. The displayed firmware file is changed depending on the files in the USB thumb drive. Do not turn the power off.1. Then. “No file detected” message is displayed. * At this moment. Sim49-01 FIRMWARE UPDATE **********1. Turn off the power. Select the firmware file to be updated with [up] or [down] key. the upgrading starts. the defective part and the error code are displayed.1. * The displayed firmware file is changed depending on the files in the USB thumb drive.

never execute the simulation or never operate the machine such as turning OFF the machine power and opening the door before the machine enters the print (copy) ready state after replacing one of the above parts and turning ON the power. the initial setting of the toner density needs to be executed by SIM25-2. and the secondary transfer unit is replaced with a new one. set the other items than the fusing unit to Enable in the menu of SIM26-53/54.) When one of the developer cartridge. Other Perform the following items. the initial detection function operates after turning ON the power to reset each counter automatically. the primary transfer unit. refer to the page of "2.") B. Maintenance timing display. they must be cleared by executing SIM24-4. the drum cartridge. or when the simulation is executed or the machine is turned OFF and the door is opened before the machine enters the print (copy) ready state. Auto color calibration (auto color balance adjustment) according to the guidance This function is valid only when the setting of SIM26-55 is Enable. When the machine is initialized during warming up. Therefore. In this case. or the fusing unit is replaced with a new one. use SIM46-24 to execute the auto color calibration. never operate the machine until the initial setting of the toner density is completed (the machine enters the print (copy) ready state). the secondary transfer unit. D. If another simulation is executed or the machine power is turned OFF during execution of this simulation. it must be reset manually. Therefore. the initial setting of the toner density cannot be executed normally. the guidance is not displayed. Follow the guidance to execute the auto color calibration.) - Firmware version check (SIM22-05) (Execute according to the necessity. Counter reset When the drum cartridge.2 ‘13/Oct [9] MAINTENANCE MX-C250 Service Manual 1. - Image skew adjustment (LSU unit) (SIM61-04) - Image registration adjustment (SIM50-22) - Image density sensor (Image registration sensor) adjustment (SIM44-13) - CIS gamma adjustment (CIS calibration) (SIM63-03) (Execute according to the necessity. (To enable this function. the guidance for execution of the auto color calibration is displayed on the LCD. Toner density initial setting When the developer cartridge is replaced. When the fusing unit is replaced. the primary transfer unit.) - Trouble counter and JAM counter reset (SIM24-01) - Copy/printer color balance adjustment (SIM46-24) (When the auto color calibration (auto color balance adjustment) is not executed according to the guidance) MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 1 . (For details. Since the maintenance counter (total) and the maintenance counter (color) are not automatically reset. the initial detection function may not operate normally. C. this guidance is not displayed. Necessary work for maintenance A. When a sub part is used to execute the maintenance of the primary transfer unit. When the counter is not automatically reset.

1 (Print stop) (Maintenance required. . When 60K(Other countries than China) or 45K(China) is reached. Code:D(C/M/Y) 0 (Print continue) Drum cartridge print counter (C/M/Y) Drum cartridge accumulated rotation number (C/ M/Y) 1 (Print stop) Print job Enable/ Disable Enable Enable . When 575K rotations is reached. the accumulated rotation number counter. (the accumulated traveling distance counter.After execution of maintenance. Code: TA] (Maintenance required. A.Code:FK) Display condition Sim26-38-D set value 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) Counter name Fusing unit print counter Counter value When 150K is reached Print job Enable/ Disable Enable . Fusing unit Display content (Maintenance required. The relationship between the kinds of messages and the counters is shown below.Code:TA) [Maintenance required. Display content (Maintenance required. and the usage day counter are automatically cleared. Maintenance counter Display condition Display content (Maintenance required.The above display disappears by cleaning the counters. . D.When the black drum cartridge does not reach the life end and only the color drum cartridge reaches the life end. When 575K rotations is reached.The above display disappears when the counters are cleared. C. the accumulated traveling distance counter.Code:TK) Display condition Sim26-38-B set value 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) Counter name Counter value Primary transfer unit print counter When 150K is reached Print job Enable/ Disable Enable . MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 2 . . B.2. Drum cartridge For KCMY only the life end cartridge code is displayed.Code:CA) [Maintenance required. Maintenance timing display A message of maintenance timing is displayed when each counter reaches the set value. SIM244 must be executed to clear each counter of the fusing unit. execute SIM24-4 or SIM24-5 to clear the maintenance counter (total) and the maintenance counter (color).If a sub part is used to execute the maintenance or if the above guidance does not disappear when the whole fusing unit is replaced. and the above display disappears. the accumulated rotation number counter. Code: CA] Sim26-38-A set value 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) 1 (Print stop) 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) 1 (Print stop) Counter name Maintenance counter (Total) Maintenance counter (Color) Print job Enable/ Disable Counter value When the Sim21-1 set value is reached When 90% of the Sim21-1 set value is reached When the Sim21-1 set value is reached When the Sim21-1 set value is reached When 90% of the Sim21-1 set value is reached When the Sim21-1 set value is reached Enable Disable Enable Disable . black/white print can be performed but color print cannot be performed. Drum cartridge accumulated rotation number (K) When 100K(Other countries than China) or 75K(China) is reached. Code:DK) Display condition Sim26-38-E set value 0 (Print continue) Counter name Counter value Drum cartridge print counter (K). and the usage day counter) .The above display disappears when the counters are cleared.When the drum cartridge is replaced with a new one. The display contents marked with [ ] are displayed in a window appearing at the center of the LCD. the print counter. the above display disappears. Primary transfer unit Display content (Maintenance required.When the maintenance counter (total) and the maintenance counter (color) are cleared.

.If the above guidance does not disappear when the developer cartridge is replaced.When the initial setting of the toner density is executed. the initial setting of the toner density must be executed with the simulation.When the black drum cartridge does not reach the life end and only the color drum cartridge reaches the life end. execute SIM24-5 to clear the print counter. Display content (K/C/M/Y) Prepare a toner Near near end) (K/C/M/Y) Toner supply is low Near end) Replace the toner cartridge.Detected by the toner motor rotation number and the pixel count (The value of larger life percentage is employed.) Since the life of the toner cartridge which is packed when shipping from the factory is 1.E. is displayed as 25-50%.0K. the counters are cleared and the above display disappears. Enable . Disable for color . Display content (Maintenance required. though it is a new one. The pixel count from near end reaches the specified value. When 60K(Other countries than China) or 45K(China) is reached. When 575K rotations is reached. SIM26-38-A Set value 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) Display condition Counter name Print JOB Enable/Disable Counter value When the waste toner full detection switch is ON for 1000ms. black/white print can be performed but color print cannot be performed. Print JOB Enable/Disable Counter value Specified time of rotations ATC sensor output variation Specified pixel count Specified pixel count Enable Enable (Disable for a JOB which requires K toner) Enable for monochrome. . Enable When 10450 count is reached from the near end detection. Developer cartridge For CMYK only the life end cartridge code is displayed. (C/M/ Y) (End) SIM26-38-A Set value No relation No relation 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) 0 (Print continue) 1 (Print stop) Display condition Counter name Toner motor rotation time Toner supply amount is decreasing. H. the remaining quantity of the toner cartridge.When the developer cartridge is replaced with a new one. the accumulated traveling distance counter and the usage day. Other (Ozone Filter) Display content No SIM26-38-A Set value No relation Display condition Counter name Ozone filter counter MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 3 Print JOB Enable/Disable Counter value When 75K rotations is reached. G. Call for service. (Default: Not Display) . 1 (Print stop) (Maintenance required. black/white print can be performed but color print cannot be performed. the display disappears. . and the auto color calibration must be executed.When the black toner cartridge does not reach the life end and only the color toner cartridge reaches the life end. Disable When the Toner collection container is replaced. The pixel count from near end reaches the specified value. Code:VK) Display condition Sim26-38-E set value 0 (Print continue) Counter value Developer cartridge print counter (K) Developer cartridge accumulated rotation number (K) When 100K(Other countries than China) or 75K(China) is reached. Toner collection container Display content Maintenance required. Toner cartridge For KCMY only the life end cartridge code is displayed. When 575K rotations is reached. F. Code:V(C/M/Y)) 0 (Print continue) Print job Enable/Disable Counter name Developer cartridge print counter (C/M/Y) Developer cartridge accumulated rotation number (C/ M/Y) 1 (Print stop) Enable Enable .Selection of Display/Not Display can be made with Sim26-69. (K) (End) Replace the toner cartridge. . TK Replace Toner collection container.

X O O O O Clean when the Fusing unit and the Drum cartridge is replaced. Replace as needed - O - X X X X     O O O X O O O X O O O X O O O X O O O X O O O X O O O X O O O X X X X X X Gears (grease) X X X X X Shaft earth sections conduction grease X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X -  -  Replace at 150K or 2 year of use. Grease the indicated area with MOLYKOTE EM50-L when checking. or adjust according to necessity. FLOIL GE-676 Paper dust removing unit Belts Sensors Fusing section Other O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X X X X Remarks X Sensors Paper registration section (paper transport section)/ Paper exit section/ADU section Drive section O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X X X X 300 K X Paper exit roller O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X X X X 225 K Rail Scan plate O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X X X X 150 K Table glass.) O: Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate Section name Unit name When calling 75 K 90 K 135 K 150 K 180 K 225 K 270 K 300 K OPC drum unit (monochrome) - -  - -  -  - - OPC drum unit (color) -  -   -    - Developing unit (monochrome) - -  - -  -  - - Developing unit (color) -  -   -    - Toner cartridge Toner cartridge BK Toner cartridge CMY User replacement for every toner empty.2 ‘13/Oct 3. SPF glass Each transport roller RSPF section 75 K O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X X X X Paper feed roller Paper pickup roller 2 45 K Fusing unit Fusing unit Process registration sensor Ozone filter MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 4 Apply to the specified area when checking. Toner collection container Toner collection container Replaced by the user when full is detected. Air cleaning on SELFOC lens part. OPC drum section Developing section Section name SPF section Unit name SPF unit Part name When calling X X X X Drive belt X X X X X X X X X X X -  -  Discharge brush OC mat Gears RSPF unit Paper feed roller Paper pickup roller Each transport roller Scan plate Paper exit roller Discharge brush OC mat Gears Belts Scanner section Scanner unit CIS Drive gears / pulley Transfer section LSU section Paper feed section Primary transfer unit Secondary transfer unit Primary transfer unit LSU Dust-proof glass Others LSU cleaning unit Manual paper feed unit/Tray paper feed unit Paper feed roller Secondary transfer roller Replace when the SPF feed counter reaches 100K or parts are worn. X     Replace at 75K Separation roller Torque limiter PS auxilrary roller Transport rollers Paper guides Discharge brush Gears O Remark X X X X X X X X O X Replace as needed Replace at 100K of each counter or 1 year of use. FLOIL G-313S Apply to the specified area when checking. Apply to the specified area when checking. replace. User replacement for every toner empty. Replace at 150K or 2 year of use.Maintenance list ✕: Check (Clean. Replace when the RSPF feed counter reaches 100K or parts are worn. FLOIL GE-676 .

MX-CS11 Section name MX-CS11 Unit name Part name When calling 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K Remark O O O X O O X O O O X O O X O O O X O O X O O O X O O X When the SPF/RSPF paper feed counter reaches a value of 100K or when one year has elapsed since the start of use. Discharge brush O O O X X O X Gears X X X X X Pick-up roller Paper feed roller Separation roller Torque limiter Transport rollers Transport paper guides MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 5 Apply to the specified area when checking. FLOIL GE676 .

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part name Paper feed roller Paper pickup roller Each transport roller Scan plate Paper exit roller Discharge brush OC mat Gears Belts When calling 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K O O X O X X O X X O O X O X X O X X O O X O X X O X X O O X O X X O X X O O X O X X O X X MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 6 Remark Replace when the RSPF feed counter reaches 100K or parts are worn. replace. RSPF section ✕: Check (Clean. or adjust according to necessity.A. .) ○ : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No.

or adjust according to necessity. SPF section ✕: Check (Clean.B. replace. .) ○ : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Part name Paper feed roller Paper pickup roller Each transport roller Scan plate Paper exit roller Discharge brush OC mat Gears When calling 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X O O X O X X O X MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 7 Remark Replace when the SPF feed counter reaches 100K or parts are worn.

Scanner section ✕: Check (Clean. replace. Grease the indicated place with MOLYKOTE EM50-L when checking.C.) ○ : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No. Part name 1 2 3 CIS 4 5 When calling 75 K X X 225K X X 300 K Table glass. SPF glass Rail X X X X X Drive belt X X X X X X X X X X Drive gears / pulley X X 150 K X X X X Remark Air cleaning on SELFOC lens part. MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 8 . or adjust according to necessity.

Developing section ✕: Check (Clean.D. or adjust according to necessity. replace.) ○ : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No 1 Unit name When calling 45K 75 K 90 K 135 K 150 K 180K 225 K 270 K 300 K - Developing unit (monochrome) - -  - -  -  - Developing unit (color) -  -   -    MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 9 Remarks .

It is possible to use a cross slot screwdriver.(1)Notes for using the new developing unit 4) Rotate the coupling shown in the figure counter clockwise (the direction indicated by the mark) for preventing the developing material from pushing up the DV side label. MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 10 . lift up the MG cover above by pressing the pawl. Refer to the Note4 described at the end of this procedure. 6) Connect the connector of the developing unit. 5) Install the developing unit straight into the machine until the lever of the developing unit catches. * When removing the MG cover. 2 and 3 described in the end of this procedure.) 2) Shake the developing unit five or six times vertically while still in the packing material. (Check the color and the position of the developing unit. * This is for preventing the unevenness of developing material 3) Remove the packing material from the developing unit. 1) Take out the developing unit from the packing box. Refer to the Note1.

(F/R both side) * When installing. (F/R both side) * When installing the DV Unit with Developer on the seal. execute SIM25-2 to adjust the developing unit automatically. (Note2) Clean the developing material when the developing material is on the DV blade as shown in the figure. the remaining developing material could damage the drum unit. the developing adjustment error occurs. Then. the drum unit can become damaged. * When the connector is not connected correctly. (Note3)When the Developing material had migrated to the end of the seal. (F/R both side) * When installing.2 ‘13/Oct (Note1) Clean the developing material when the developing material is on the DV side label as shown in the figure. MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 11 2 . rotate the Developer MG Roller while tilting the DV Unit 45 degrees to re attract the Developer back to the MG Roller. (Note4) Connect the connector of the developing unit firmly. the remaining developing material could damage the drum unit. 7) Execute SIM24-5 to clear the developing unit counters.

E. replace.Drum cartridge ✕: Check (Clean. or adjust according to necessity.) ○ : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No 1 Unit name When calling 45K 75 K 90 K 135 K 150 K 180K 225 K 270 K 300 K - OPC drum unit (monochrome) - -  - -  -  - OPC drum unit (color) -  -   -    MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 12 Remarks .

F. O Replace as needed O MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 13 Remark .Transfer section ✕: Check (Clean. replace.) ○ : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No. or adjust according to necessity. 1 2 Unit name Part name Primary transfer unit Primary transfer unit Secondary transfer unit Secondary transfer roller When calling X X 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K -  -  Replace at 150K or 2 year of use.

LSU section ✕: Check (Clean.2 ‘13/Oct G.) : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No. 2 1 2 Unit name Part name LSU Dust-proof glass Others LSU cleaning unit When calling X X 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K X X X X     MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 14 Remark Replace as needed . replace. or adjust according to necessity.

replace. MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 15 . 1 2 3 4 Part name Paper feed roller Separation roller Torque limiter Sensors When calling 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K X X X X O O O X O O O X O O O X O O O X Remark Replace at 100K of each counter or 1 year of use. or adjust according to necessity. Manual paper feed section ✕: Check (Clean.H.) : Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No.

or adjust according to necessity.I. Paper exit section ✕: Check (Clean.) O: Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No. Transport. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Part name PS auxilrary roller Transport rollers Paper guides Discharge brush Gears When calling 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K X X O X X O O O X X O O O X X O O O X X O O O X X Remark Apply to the specified area when checking. Reverse. FLOIL GE-676 Paper dust removing unit MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 16 . replace.

Drive section ✕: Check (Clean. FLOIL GE-676 3 4 Belts X X X X X X X X X X Sensors MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 17 . FLOIL G-313S Shaft earth sections conduction grease X X X X X Apply to the specified area when checking. Part name When calling 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K Remark 1 2 Gears (grease) X X X X X Apply to the specified area when checking. replace. or adjust according to necessity.) O: Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No.J.

K. replace. 1 Part name Fusing unit When calling X 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K -  -  Remark Replace at 150K or 2 year of use. MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 18 .) O: Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No. or adjust according to necessity.Fusing section ✕: Check (Clean.

replace. or adjust according to necessity. Process registration sensor Ozone filter 180K 225 K 270 K 300 K Remarks User replacement for every toner empty.) O: Clean : Replace : Adjust ✩: Lubricate No.     Replace at 75K MX-C250 MAINTENANCE 9 – 19 . 1 2 3 No. 1 2 Unit name Toner cartridge BK When calling 45K 75 K 90 K 135 K User replacement for every toner empty.L. Other (Filter) section ✕: Check (Clean. Toner cartridge CMY Part name 150 K When calling X X 75 K 150 K 225K 300 K Remark O O O O Clean when the Fusing unit and the Drum cartridge is replaced. Toner collection container Replaced by the user when full is detected.

Then. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 1 . Disassembly of Units Service Manual (1) A.1 ‘13/Aug 2 ‘13/Oct MX-C250 [10] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 1. External view 1) Left cabinet NE Pull out the Paper tray. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Parts Left cabinet NE Paper exit tray Operation base plate NE Right cabinet front NE Rear cabinet upper NE Rear cabinet NE Paper exit tray rear connection cabinet Right cabinet rear NE Upper cabinet right NE 3) Remove a screw and unhook pawls. remove the Left cabinet NE. 2) Open the front cover.

Right cabinet front NE 2) Remove screws and remove the paper exit tray. 2) Open the RSPF unit and place the operation panel shown in the figure. 3) Disconnect the harness of the USB I/F PWB and remove the operation base plate NE. (3) Operation base plate NE 1) Press pawls and pull the Operation base plate NE toward you. 1) Remove remove the Operation plate NE. 2) Remove pawls and remove the Right cabinet front NE. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 2 .(2) Paper exit tray (4) 1) Open the front cover.

(6) Paper exit tray rear connection cabinet 1) Remove the Paper exit tray left cabinet NE. Remove screws and pawls. remove the Rear cabinet upper NE and the Rear cabinet NE.(5)Rear cabinet upper NE. Rear cabinet NE (7)Right cabinet rear NE. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 3 . 2) Remove the rear connection cabinet. 2) Open the right door. Then. Upper cabinet right NE 1) 1) Remove the Rear cabinet uooer NE and the Rear cabinet NE. 3) Remove the Right cabinet rear NE and the Upper cabinet right NE.

1 Operation panel unit No. 2) Remove the ribbon cable and the Operation panel unit. 3) Remove the RSPF cable from the MFP PWB and the screw fixing the RSPF cable. (1) Operation panel unit 1) Remove the Left cabinet NE and the Operation base plate NE. Operation panel section No. the Right cabinet NE and the Upper cabinet right NE. 1 Name (1) RSPF/SPF unit Name RSPF/SPF unit 1) Remove the Rear cabinet NE. 2) Remove the earth cable and the MFP PWB shield. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 4 .C. RSPF/SPF unit B. 4) Remove the RSPF/SPF unit from the main unit.

It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the lock of the connector. 7) Remove the scanner unit. 2) Remove the Operation panel unit.2 ‘13/Oct 1 ‘13/Aug D. * Remove the FFC by releasing the lock of the FFC connector. 3) Remove the Upper cabinet left. 4) Remove the Rear cabinet NE. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 5 2 . Scanner unit When the connection part of the connector is lifted up as shown in the figure. 1 2 6) Remove the SCN harness NE/CIF FFC NE from the MFPC PWB. 5) Remove the earth cable and the MFP PWB shield. the connector is unlocked. Parts 1 Scanner PWB 1) Remove the RSPF/SPF unit.

NOTE: Do not install a toner cartridge of a different color. (The toner cartridges could have clogging symptom. 2) Open the front cover. Toner collection container No. Toner supply section No. 1 Name Toner collection container (1) Toner collection container 1) Pull out the Paper tray.E. NOTE: Regardless of the installation of the toner cartridge.) MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 6 . be sure to remove the toner cartridges. Be sure to install a toner cartridge of the same color. NOTE: When installing. NOTE: When transferring to other place. and pull it out straight. 3) Remove the Toner collection container. do not insert with great force. 1 F. (1) 1) Toner cartridge Name Toner cartridge Hold the handle of the toner cartridge. remove the toner cartridges when transferring the main unit. Push with your hand until it is completely inserted.

MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 7 . When pushing in the developing unit.G. remove the developing unit cover. Development unit 1) Remove the Toner collection container. connect the connector of the developing unit firmly. Rotate the cam counter clockwise. 3) Move the stopper of the developing unit cover inside and remove the 2 screws. Then. 5) Pull out the developing unit with pressing the lever. 2) Remove the toner cartridges. put your hand beneath the unit and slide it horizontally along the guide. When pulling out and pushing in the developing unit. Development unit Parts 1 4) Disconnect the developing unit connector. Check the home position of the Primary transfer unit.

I. 3) Lift up the lever and pull out the Drum unit. be careful not to touch the OPC drum surface. Drum unit 1 Drum unit Parts 1 Parts Primary transfer unit 1) Remove the Toner collection container. 3) Open the Right door unit. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 8 . 2) Remove the Developing unit. 1) Remove the Toner collection container. Primary transfer unit H. When pulling out and pushing in the OPC drum unit. 2) Remove the Developing unit. put your hand beneath the unit and slide it horizontally along the guide on the right side. Be careful to keep Primary Transfer Unit free of any foreign materials or objects. At the time. 4) Remove the screws fixing the primary transfer unit and pull out the primary transfer unit it stops.

MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 9 1 2 . LSU * Parts 1 LSU unit 1) Remove the left cabinet. * Remove the FFC by releasing the lock of the FFC connector. J.1 ‘13/Aug 5) 2 ‘13/Oct While holding the handle of the Primary transfer unit. It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the lock of the connector. remove the Secondary transfer unit by pressing the lock of the Primary transfer unit. the connector is unlocked. When the connection part of the connector is lifted up as shown in the figure. 2) Pull out the LSU unit and remove the FFC and the harness by referring the following procedures. .

Lift up FFC obliquely upward Tab for positioning FFC F F C Connector 1. Lift up FFC Guide for positioning the connector NG : Do not pull out the FFC right beside 1 2 <Locked connector and FFC from side view> (1) Tab for positioning FFC Connector Guide for positioning the connector Right door unit Paper exit unit Parts Right door unit 1) Open the right door unit. K. Paper transport/Paper exit/ADU section OK : Lift up FFC obliquely upward <Unlocked connector and FFC from side view> 2. 3) Remove the humidity sensor cover FFC Hook NG : Do not pull out the FFC with rotating <Top View> Tab for positioning FFC Interfere Guide for positioning the connector 3) Remove the screws and pull out the LSU unit. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 10 . If the FFC is forced to remove. pulled out obliquely upward and the tab is removed from the connection part. 2) Remove the right door unit connection. the FFC and the connector could be broken.1 ‘13/Aug 2 2 ‘13/Oct It is necessary to remove the FFC after the FFC is lifted up .

L. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 11 . 5) Remove the right door unit. 3) Remove the manual paper feed unit. 4) Remove the connecting parts of the manual paper feed tray and remove it. 2) Remove the screw fixing the manual paper feed unit. . Manual paper feed unit 1 Parts Manual paper feed tray 1) Open the right door unit. 2) Remove the right door unit . (2) Paper exit unit 1) Open the right door unit.4) Remove the harness of the humidity sensor cover.

4) Remove the screws and the harness. remove the fusing unit. Then. Fusing unit N. PWB 2 3 4 7 6 2 5 1 Parts Parts 1 Fusing unit 1) Open the right door unit. 1 (1) AC DC PWB AFE PWB FAX PWB RINGER PWB FAN IF PWB MFPC PWB 1) Remove the right cabinet rear NE 2) Remove the rear cabinet rear NE 3) Remove the MFPC cover. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 12 1 2 .1 ‘13/Aug 2 ‘13/Oct M. MFPC PWB 2 3 4 HV PWB 5 6 7 2) Remove the right cabinet rear NE and the upper cabinet right NE. * It is necessary to remove the FFC by releasing the lock of the FFC connector. 4) Remove the FFCs from MFPC unit by referring the following procedures. 3) Remove the harness cover.

Remove the MFPC PWB from the MFPC PWB frame. It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the lock of the connector. 4) 5) Remove the MFPC frame. the connector is unlocked. 3) Remove the AC DC PWB with the stubby driver.2 ‘13/Oct When the connection part of the connector is lifted up as shown in the figure. (3) 1) 6) Remove the HV PWB. 2 (2) HV PWB 1) Remove the right cabinet rear NE 2) Remove the rear cabinet rear NE 3) Remove the PWB protection sheet NE and the MFPC cover. AC DC PWB Open the front cover. 2) Remove the paper exit tray. . MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 13 .

1 and 2 pawls inside and slide no. When removing the scanner upper cover. the FFC and the connector could be broken. 2) Remove the scanner upper cover NE. press No. It is necessary to remove the FFC after the FFC is lifted up . 1) Remove the scanner unit. * It is necessary to remove the FFC by releasing the lock of the FFC connector. It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the locking of the connector. the connector is unlocked. . If the FFC is forced to remove. It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the locking lever. Lift up FFC obliquely upward Tab for positioning FFC F F C Connector 1 2 3) Remove the FFCs and AFE PWB by referring the following procedures. Lift up FFC Guide for positioning the connector NG : Do not pull out the FFC right beside <Locked connector and FFC from side view> Tab for positioning FFC Connector Guide for positioning the connector FFC Hook NG : Do not pull out the FFC with rotating <Top View> Tab for positioning FFC Interfere Guide for positioning the connector MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 14 2 .1 ‘13/Aug 2 ‘13/Oct (4)AFE PWB (A) Connector : Release the lock by pulling the Black lock lever as shown in the figure. 1. 4 and 5 pawls outside. pulled out obliquely upward and the tab is removed from the connection part. (B) Connector : When the connection part of the connector is lifted up as shown in the figure.3. OK : Lift up FFC obliquely upward <Unlocked connector and FFC from side view> 2.

* It is necessary to remove the harness and FFC by releasing the lock of the FFC connector. 2) Remove the FAN IF PWB. Release the lock by lifting up the lock lever as shown in the figure. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 15 1 2 . * It is necessary to remove the FFC by releasing the lock of the FFC connector. the connector is unlocked. (6)FAN IF PWB 1) Remove the MFPC unit.1 ‘13/Aug 1 2 2 ‘13/Oct (5)FAX PWB 1) Remove the harnesses and the FFC connected to the MFOC PWB and remove the MFPC unit. It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the lock of the connector. It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the lock of the connector. When the connection part of the connector is lifted up as shown in the figure. 2) Remove the FAX PWB.

(1) 1) Name LCD PWB KEY-LED PWB LCD LCD PWB Remove the KEY FFC. remove the FFC by referring the following procedure. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 16 1 2 . Lifting up the lock lever as the OK state shown in the figure.Disassembly and assembly of each unit A. 1 2 3 1) Remove the MFPC unit and the HV PWB. Drive unit 2.1 ‘13/Aug 2 ‘13/Oct O. 2) Disconnect the connector. . harnesses and clamps of the main drive unit. Operation panel unit 1 Main drive unit Parts No. Regarding the connection part (A). It is necessary to remove the FFC with releasing the lock of the connector. 3) Remove the main drive unit.

2) Remove the screws and remove the LCD PWB. 2) Open the pawls and remove the LCD unit. 2) Remove the screws. (3) LCD 1) Remove the KEY-LED PWB and the LCD PWB.2 ‘13/Oct 2 When connecting the FFC. NOTE: Use enough care not to put finger prints on the LCD surface. (2) KEY-LED PWB 1) Remove the KEY-LED PWB. remove the protection mylar and KEYLED PWB. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 17 . connect the FFC correctly as the OK state shown in the figure.

4) Remove the pressure release lever.SPF unit Parts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pick up roller Paper feed roller Paper exit roller Transport roller Transport auxiliary roller Discharge brush OC mat 3) Remove the E ring. Paper feed roller 1) Open the upper door cabinet R and the paper tray R NE. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 18 . remove the paper feed shaft unit.B. 5) Remove the paper feed shaft. (1) Pick up roller. 6) Remove the Paper feed roller and the Pick up roller. stopper. the pin and Paper feed drive gear. 2) Remove the Rear cabinet R. bearings washers.

1) Remove the paper feed shaft unit. Paper exit roller 1) Remove the paper feed shaft unit. 6) Remove the paper exit roller. (3) Transport roller 3) Remove the E-ring and the paper exit roller unit. 2) Remove the transportation unit. the coupling and the bearing. and remove the transport roller.(2)Discharge brush. (4) Transport auxiliary roller 1) Remove the paper feed shaft unit. the pulley. 2) Remove the transport auxiliary roller MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 19 . 4) Remove the transport roller unit. 2) Remove the transportation unit. 4) Remove the discharge brush. 3) Remove the E-rings. 5) Remove the couplings.

MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 20 .RSPF unit Remove the rear cabinet of the SPF unit. Parts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (6) OC mat 1) Open the SPF unit and clean the OC mat.(5)Transport auxiliary roller (Upper door cabinet) 1) C. (1) Pick up roller Paper feed roller Upper transport roller Lower transport roller PS roller Transport auxiliary roller BC auxiliary roller Transport auxiliary roller Paper exit roller BC paper exit roller Discharge brush OC mat Pick up roller. 2) Remove the Rear cabinet R. Paper feed roller 1) Open the upper door cabinet R and the paper tray R NE.

the pulley. Lower transport roller 1) Remove the paper feed shaft unit. the belt and the bearing. (2) PS roller. 7) Remove the Paper feed roller and the Pick up roller. 3) Remove the E-ring. 4) Remove the PS roller . 5) Remove the motor fixing plate. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 21 . stoppers and Paper feed drive gear. 5) Remove the resin ring. remove the pin and the coupling assembly. 6) Remove the paper feed shaft. Remove the pressure release lever.3) 4) Remove the E ring. remove the paper feed shaft unit. bearings washers. Upper transport roller. 2) Remove the transportation unit.

the gear and the bearing. 4) Remove the paper fed cover unit.6) 7) 8) 9) Remove the E ring. 10) Remove the Lower transport roller NOTE: When putting the discharge brush. transport auxiliary roller and the BC auxiliary roller. discharge brush 1) Remove the paper tray unit. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 22 . 5) Remove the discharge brush. the gear and the bearing. Remove the E ring. put it with fitting to the alignment line. (3) BC auxiliary roller. Remove the gate. 3) Turn the removed unit and remove the spring. 2) Remove the paper tray. Remove the Upper transport roller.

OC mat Open the RSPF unit and clean the OC mat. 1) 2) Remove the E ring. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 23 . BC paper exit roller (6) 1) Remove the paper tray unit. (5) Transport auxiliary roller (Upper door cabinet) 1) Remove the rear cabinet of the RSPF unit.(4) Paper exit roller. 3) Remove the Paper exit roller and the BC paper exit roller. 4) Remove the BC paper exit roller.

Scanner unit No. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 24 .1 and 2 pawls inside and slide no. press No.D. (1)Drive belt 1) Remove the scanner upper cover NE. 4 and 5 pawls outside. .3. Name 1 Drive belt 2 Glass 3 Rail 4 CIS unit 2) Check the tension and wear of the drive belt shown in the figure. When removing the scanner upper cover.

be sure not to apply the grease on the drive belt. 4) Remove the FFC from the CIS unit. (3)Glass 1) Remove the glass from the upper cover by removing the doule-sided tapes. NOTE: When applying the grease. If the grease is put on the drive belt. 2) Apply the grease on the rail. clean the drive belt. 3) Remove the CIS unit from the case. clean drive the belt. 2) Remove the stoppers shown in the figure. If the grease is put on the drive belt. NOTE: When applying the grease. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 25 . 3) Apply grease on the rail.(2)Rail (4)CIS unit 1) Remove the scanner upper cover. 1) Remove the scanner upper cover. be sure not to apply the grease on the drive belt. 2) Remove the glass.

MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 26 . LSU section (1)LSU cleaning stick 1 1 Parts Secondary transfer roller Parts LSU cleaning stick 1) Remove the Toner collection container. (1) Secondary transfer roller 1) Remove the E ring and the roller collar. Move the cleaning stick back and forth twice or third and clean the glass of the LSU unit.Transfer section F. 2) Remove the roller shaft.E. 3) Turn the felt part of the cleaning stick downward and insert it to the space shown in the figure. Move the lever of the OPC drum unit up. 2) Remove the cleaning stick from the front cabinet. and remove the secondary transfer roller. (2)Glass cleaning 1 Glass Parts 1) 2) Remove the Toner collection container.

Parts 1 2 3 Paper feed roller Separation roller Torque limiter 3) Remove the separation roller and the torque limiter. 2) Remove the E ring. Torque limiter 1) Remove the separation roller cover MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 27 . and remove the paper feed roller. (1) Paper feed roller 1) Remove the maintenance cover.Manual paper feed section 2) Remove the separation roller assembly. (2) Separation roller.G.

MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 28 . c. 2) Remove the right door auxiliary roller pressure SP. Right door paper in roller. 2) Remove the paper out roller pressure SP.Paper transport/Paper exit/Duplex unit (1) Right door unit 1 2 3 4 b. 2) Remove the E rings and the 25P pulleys.H.Transport auxiliary roller 1 1) Open the right door. Remove the transport auxiliary roller 1 from the shaft. and remove the belt. Right door paper out roller a. 3) 1) Open the right door. Transport auxiliary roller 1 1) Remove the right door. Parts Transport auxiliary roller 1 Transport auxiliary roller 2 Right door paper in roller Right door paper out roller 3) Remove the transport auxiliary roller 2 from the shaft. 3) Remove the E rings and the belt idle bearings.

3) Remove the paper exit auxiliary roller.Paper exit auxiliary roller 1) Remove the knob. 2) Remove the paper exit auxiliary roller unit. (2) Paper exit unit 1 2 3 Parts Paper exit auxiliary roller Paper exit roller Discharge brush b. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 29 . the earth plate. 2) Remove the paper exit gear unit.4) Remove the right door paper in roller and the right door paper out roller from the shafts. E rings and pressure springs.Paper exit roller 1) Remove the knob. and remove the paper exit roller unit. a.

clean up dirt and adhesive material on the surface of the plate. put it with aligning the alignment line. c.3) Remove the paper exit roller. MX-C250 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 10 – 30 .Discharge brush 1) Remove the knob. NOTE: When replacing the discharge brush. NOTE: When replacing the discharge brush.

the adjustment of LCD brightness by hardware (volume and so on) is not equipped. LCD-PWB.Operation panel A. the operation is executed by key on the operation panel.2 ‘13/Oct [11] OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS MX-C250 Service Manual 1. KEY-LED PWB and operation keys.Electrical and mechanism relation diagram LCD LCD PWB KEY PWB B. And also.Operational descriptions The operation panel of this model is structured LCD with Back-light. Because of the touch panel function is not equipped. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 1 .

2 No.Operational descriptions (1)Outline Size detection on the document tray An RSPF or SPF is standard depending on the model. Applies pressure to document and drive roller to transport paper. 1 2 Signal name SPED SPPD1 1 Name Document sensor Paper transport detector 1 Type Light transmission Light transmission Function/Operation Detects document empty Detects paper pass MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 2 . SPF unit 7 3 6 2 4 5 1 No. 5 Transport drive roller Transports documents. Apply a pressure to paper and the transport roller to provide the transport power of the transport roller to paper. SPF/RSPF section A. Name Function/ Operation 1 Paper exit pressure roller Applies pressure to a document and the paper exit drive roller to transport paper into the exit tray. 2 Paper exit roller 3 Transport pressure roller 4 Transport pressure roller Exit transport drive roller.2. 7 Document Feed Roller Picks up a document and feeds it to the document feed roller. This RSPF is able to load 50sheets of originals on the RSPF tray. 6 Pickup roller Picks up an original document and transports the lead edge to the Document Feed Roller.

12 Paper feed roller (RSPF) 7 8 9 10 Feeds a document to the transport section. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 3 . Lower Transport Drive Roller used to transport paper to the exit section or move paper to the upper transport rollers when perLower transport roller (Drive) forming a duplex scan. Lower paper transport pressure (idle) roller used to assist in moving paper with the Drive Roller to the the exit section of the Lower transport roller (Idle) RSPF. Detects paper pass. 5 Upper transport roller (Idle) Pressure Roller used to assist the Drive Roller to transport paper to the PS Roller set. Detects paper pass Detects document empty in the RSPF paper feed tray. 1 2 3 4 Signal name SCOV SPPD1 SPPD2 SPED 3 4 Name RSPF cover open/close detector Document transport sensor 1 Document transport sensor 2 Document sensor Type Transmission type Transmission type Transmission type Transmission type Function/Operation Detects open/close of the RSPF unit. Registration pressure (Idle) roller used to assist PS Drive Roller to transport paper over scanner slit glass and move paper to PS roller (Idle) the Lower Transport roller set. 6 11 Upper transport roller (Drive) Drive transport Roller used to transport paper to the PS Roller set. 4 Paper exit roller (Drive) Paper Exit Drive Roller used to transport paper into the exit tray or move paper in reverse for duplex scanning. 1 2 No. 3 Paper exit roller (Idle) Pressure (Idle) roller used in conjunction with the drive roller to move paper in the exit section. Paper Pickup Roller Picks up the top sheet of paper from the original tray and transports it to the Paper Feed Roller. 2 Paper exit roller (Drive) Paper Exit Drive Roller used to transport paper into the exit tray or move paper in reverse for duplex scanning.RSPF unit 11 5 12 1 3 6 10 7 8 4 9 2 Nao. Name Function/ Operation 1 Paper exit roller (Idle) Pressure (Idle) roller used in conjunction with the drive roller to move paper in the exit section. Registration Drive roller used to perform paper buckle timing and transport paper over the scanner slit glass to the Lower TransPS roller (Drive) port Roller set.

MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 4 .6mm Long paper(FAX) : 550mm SPPD1 OFF When the paper length is less than 114.6mm SPPD1 SPF transportation sensor This is ON in 190.4mm on the 2-sided scanning - - - P_SHORT Short size JAM SPF JAM Code JAM contents JAM detection method JAM start trigger SPPD1 notreached JAM SPPD1_N Starts the paper feed SPPD1 remaining JAM SPPD1_S P_SHORT Short size JAM Basic distance (A)[mm] JAM judgement condition JAM margin distance(B)[mm] JAM detection distance (A+B)[mm] SPPD1 ON 99.2 50 130.1 SPPD1ON SPPD1 OFF Normal mode : 355.1 50 191. (Only the last paer is OFF in 225.2 SPPD2_N SPPD2 notreached JAM SPPD1ON SPPD2 ON 140.5 SPPD1ON SPPD1 OFF Normal mode : 355.0mm) Moter is stopped in 255mm transportation after the last paper passes SPPD1.5 50 190.6 SPPD2_S SPPD2 remaining JAM SPPD1 OFF SPPD2 OFF 141. SPUS SPF paper feed solenoid SRVC Reverse clutch 190.2 50 149.6mm Long paper mode(FAX) : 500mm 50 Normal mode : 405. This is OFF in 204.6 50 405.5 SPPD1_NR SPPD1 reverse not reached JAM Reverse start position SPPD1 ON 111.1mm - - - <Single scanning timing figure> 6179ms SPUF SPPD1 ON/OFF Reading positoin 1000ms 50ms 50ms SPFM SPFM tranportation motor 255mm 100ms Reverse pulse (15mm minutes) Pickup roller is returned by the reverse rotation after finishing the job JOB.1 SPPD1 OFF When the paper length is less than 69.6mm Long paper(FAX) : 550mm SPPD1 remaining JAM SPPD1_S SPPD1_SR SPPD1 reverse remaining JAM SPPD1ON SPPD1 OFF 355.6mm after SPPD1_OFF.1 50 161.<JAM detection> RSPF JAM Code JAM contents JAM detection method JAM start trigger Basic distance (A)[mm] JAM judgement condition JAM margin distance(B)[mm] JAM detection distance (A+B)[mm] SPPD1_N SPPD1 notreached JAM Starts the paper feed SPPD1 ON 99.3mm 204.6mm Long paper mode(FAX) : 500mm 50 Normal mode : 405.0mm on the single scanning When the paper length is less than 159.3mm after SPPD1_ON.

Stop at 25. The exit rollers reverse paper direction into the duplex section where transport roller sets 4 and 5 move the paper to the Registration rollers. the original is picked up from RSPF tray by pick up roller.<2-sided scanning timing figure> 24989ms Third surface Second surface First surface Second paper 4. 50ms SPFM SPFM tranportation motor <Synchronized> Paper transportation (Developer/Transfer) SPPD ON Paper transportation sensor Paper transportation (Paper reading) ᲢFuserᲣ PPD ON (Paper exiti) (Paper exit) (3)Original transportation 1) When the start button is pushed. Side two of the original is now ready to be scanned. In this moment. the CIS Unit is situated under the slit glass to scan the moving original document. the two sided copy / print exits into the exit tray with side one facing face down allowing the rest of the copies / prints to exit in the same order the originals were placed in the document feed tray of the RSPF. 5) The original which scan completed is switched back again. This is ON in 185.5mm from SPPD1_ON with reverse rotation. but in this time the image on original is not scanned. 2) At this time. and then. transported to image scanning position. A specific time after the lead edge of the original is detected (depending on paper size) the paper exit rollers reverse rotation (Switch back) and the original re-enters the paper path at the upper transport area. the image on the Primary Transfer Belt is then transferred to the front side of the paper.2mm SPPD1 SPF transportation sensor Each load is stopped in 255mm transportation after the last paper passes SPPD1.2mm 186. after the original is scanned the original moves towards the exit tray but does not exit. After the image is transferred to the paper. (Only the last paer is OFF in 225.5mm Minutes 255mm Counterclockwise 112m/s SPUS SPF paper feed solenoid This is OFF in 20ms at the reverse rotation after the reverse rotation is finished. This is ON at clockwise rotation and this is OFF at counter clockwise when the pick up roller is put in. 20ms 20ms CPFS ON Stop at 30mm from SPPD1_ON with feeding the paper. if a duplex print or copy is being produced. 3) When the paper is in the exit section. the paper does not exit into the paper exit tray. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 5 . Second paper is right after SPPD1_OFF.5mm Minute SPUF SPPD1 ON/OFF Reading positoin 1000ms Paper feed solenoid is ON by SPPD1_OFF 70ms 50ms Clockwise 56mm/s 50ms 50ms 50ms 100ms Reverse 4. (2)Operation flow The re-entered original (side two) is now passed over the slit glass and scanned. 4) For duplex original copy. The paper passes through the fuser unit where the transferred toner to the paper(side 1 of the original document) becomes melted into the paper by heat and pressure.0mm) SRVC Reverse clutch 186. the paper is not exited completely. After proper registration of paper timing. In the fusing section. Side one of the original document previously scanned is now transferred on the paper as it passes the registration rollers (after correct timing) and moves upward past the Primary Transfer belt The paper is separated from the Transfer Belt and moves to the fuser unit. 3) The image on the original is scanned by the CIS Unit while the document is moving over the slit glass.4mm after SPPD1_ON. Pickup roller is returned by the reverse rotation after finishing the job JOB. transported and exited. the paper is separated from the belt and transported to the fusing section. then through the original scanning position. SPF LED lights Press Copy key Scan motor drives (4)Paper transportation (main body side) CIS sensor moves to the RSPF/SPF reading position Main unit side RSPF side Main motor drives Scan motor drives Paper feed PPD ON RRC ON Reverse pulse (15mm minutes) Magnetize time : 100ms. Paper is set SPID is ON Paper set sensor 6) All originals in the set sitting in the document feed tray are scanned and exited in the same fashion as the first original. toner is melted into the paper and the paper travels towards the exit section. 2) After transfer. 1) The paper is picked up and transported to the PS roller set from paper cassette by pick-up roller and PS roller.

Scanner section A. 3 MIM Function/Operation Drives the carriage unit. 4 CIS unit Scanner lamp and the light-receiving sensor MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 6 . 3 AFE PWB Transfers the analog signal to the digital signal. Name Function/Operation 1 Home position sensor Detects the home position of the CIS 2 Scanner motor Drives the carriage unit. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram 1 2 4 Signal name MIM Name Scanner motor No.3.

and B is converted into 16bit digital signal by the A/D converter. G. G. 2 D. Each color pixel has 10bit information. E. with the color scanning. G. The color components of document images are extracted to R. R. Zooming operation Zooming in the sub scanning direction is performed by changing the scanning speed in the sub scanning direction and using the image process technology (software). The scan resolution is 600 dpi. The scanner motor (MIM) is controlled by the drive signal sent from the MFPC PWB.2 ‘13/Oct B. B. B. G and B elements.. G. Image scan/color separation Light is radiated to the document by the CIS unit. 2) The 16bit digital image signals of R. The document scan in the main scanning direction is performed by the CMOS element.. B are sent to the image process section. Outline This section performs the following functions. and the contrast of the reflected light is read by the CIS elements into the image signal (analog). R G B R G B MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 7 . 1) Light is radiated to the document by the scanner CIS lamp. These LEDs light at the same time with the lighting ratio set in SIM63-12 with the monochrome scanning. Image signal A/D conversion 1) The image signal (analog) for each of R. 3) The image signals (digital) are sent to the image process section (scanner control PWB). and the contrast of the reflected light is read by the on line CMOS elements to be converted into the image signal (analog). C. Scanner lamp drive R.. Optical section drive The CIS unit in the optical section is driven by the scanner motor (MIM) through the belt. The inside of the LED element contains the R. These LEDs lights in order of R. The document scan in the sub scanning direction is performed by shifting the carriage unit with the scanner motor.G. G and B LEDs are mounted.. G. . Zooming in the main scanning direction is not performed optically. 2) The image signals (analog) are converted into 16bit digital signals by the A/D converter. and B separately by the one line CMOS elements (R..B). G. F. but performed with the image process technology (by the software).

The feed roller transports paper to registration section. by applying a force in the direction opposite to the feed roller from below. (For the process control) Detects paper empty. On / OFF control of the feed roller is carried out by the Manual Feed Clutch This model does not have an automatic paper size detection function in Multi-purpose tray.4. the feed roller is pressed against the paper surface and sent to the transport section. Manual paper feed section A. the paper feed section and Registration sections. Detects the temperature and the humidity. 1 2 Name Fusing drive motor Temperature/humidity sensor Paper empty detector (Manual paper feed tray) Name Paper feed roller Separation roller Function and operation Drives the fusing unit. B. Apply the pressure to the paper feed roller in reverse direction and prevents the paper from feeding it in layered condition. Operational descriptions Only the top sheet of paper is fed from the paper stack on the manual bypass tray. Against the paper. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 8 . (Manual paper feed tray) Function and operation Feeds paper to the paper transport section. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram (5$?-4(?-  -0%$  &5- Signal name FUM HUD_M/TH_M MPED No. separation rollers are prevented double feeding of the paper.

A buckle is created to eliminate any skew in the paper. Start stop movement is controlled by the PS Clutch (RRC). The paper is then driven to the Transfer section where the image is correctly timed for transfer onto the paper. Drive for the Registration roller comes from FUM. the paper feed section and Registration sections. Paper registration section A. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 9 . Name Function and operation The Resist Roller (Drive) synchronizes the paper timing to the image on the Transfer Belt. Resist roller (Idle) B. 1 Resist roller (Drive) 2 Name Function and operation Drives the fusing unit. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram   &5- Signal name FUM Fusing drive motor No. The Resist Roller (Idle) puts pressure on the back side of the paper allowing the Drive roller to move the paper to the transfer section after proper buckle timing has occurred.5. Operational description The resist roller set controls the synchronization of the Image on the Transfer Belt to the Timing of the paper making its way to the Primary and Secondary Transfer section. the Fusing Motor.

C. Paper lifting operation This model feeds paper from the top of the paper stack in the feed tray. D. to prevent double feeding of paper in paper feeding. The paper lift plate lifts the paper stack to the feed roller by way of a spring under the plate. Paper pick up operation The fusing drive motor (FUM) is turned ON. A constant pressure of the top sheet of paper to the feed roller is maintained through use of this mechanism. feed roller and separation roller) in the paper cassette section are carried out. and then the paper feed clutch (CPUC1) is turned ON.6. 1 2 Name Paper feed roller (Paper feed tray 1) Paper separation roller (Paper feed tray 1) Function and operation Drives the fusing unit. Paper size detection operation This model does not have a function to detect the paper size in the cassette. At that time. Paper feed tray section A. This model also incorporates a paper empty detection sensor but does not have a paper remaining detection mechanism. To prevent a double feeding. the paper feed section and Registration sections. The power of fusing drive motor (FUM) is transmitted through the paper feed clutch (CPUC1) to the paper transport roller and the paper feed roller. B. ON / OFF control of the rollers (Pick-up roller. The paper feed roller feeds paper to the paper transport section. the separation roller rotates to prevent double-feed. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram CPED1 1 CPUC1 2 FUM Signal name FUM CPUC1 Name Fusing drive motor Paper feed clutch (Paper feed tray 1) CPED1 Paper feed tray 1 paper empty detector No. the separation roller apply counter force to the paper from bottom side. Sensor to detect paper empty in Paper feed tray 1 Function and operation Paper feed roller feeds the top piece of paper in the cassette to the registration roller set in the machine. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 10 . By applying a force in the direction opposite to the feed roller. The paper size in the cassette is changed on operation panel.

Detects a paper jam. Controls the drive timing of paper exit roller (drive). Detects paper full in the paper exit tray. To discharge static generated in the fuser section. Detects paper pass in the paper exit section. C. the paper exit clutch is turned off and the paper exit reverse clutch is turned on reversing the direction of the paper into the duplex paper path for transfer of image onto side two of the paper. Detects a paper jam. The paper exit roller along with pressure from the paper exit idle rollers drive the paper into the paper exit tray. Discharge Brush1 Discharge Brush2 B. Name Paper exit roller (drive) Paper exit roller (idle) Function and operation To exit paper onto the exit tray and perform switch back operations when in duplex mode. 1 2 3 4 Name Fusing drive motor Paper exit detector 1 Paper exit clutch Paper exit detector 2 Paper exit tray full detector Function and operation Drives the fusing unit. to give a feeding force of the exit roller to a paper. dependant on paper size. POD1 detects the lead edge of the paper from the fuser section. After a specific amount of time. Detects paper pass in the paper exit section. Switchback operation In duplex mode. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram 1 4 TFD POD1 POC 2 3 FUM Signal name FUM POD1 POC POD2 TFD No. To apply pressure to a paper with the paper exit roller (Drive). Paper exit operation The fuser motor drives the paper exit clutch which drives the paper exit roller. the paper feed section and Registration sections. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 11 .7. Paper exit section A. To discharge static generated in the paper exit section.

and goes to the paper exit section. Operational description The paper which comes from fuser section passes the underside of ADU gate guide. Applies pressure to the back of the paper for drive to the Lower Duplex Transport Rollers Drive Roller in upper Duplex section that transports paper to the Lower transport rollers in the Duplex Section. 1 Name ADU gate guide 2 3 Paper feed roller (Idle) Paper feed roller (Drive) 4 5 Paper feed roller (Idle) Paper feed roller (Drive) Function and operation The paper which comes from fuser section passes the underside of ADU gate guide. The switched back paper which comes from paper exit section is passed above the paper guide.8. Applies pressure to the back of the paper for drive to the Registration Rollers. Drive roller to transport paper to the Registration Rollers. and goes to ADU section. The switch back paper coming from the exit section is passed over the ADU Guide which drops by gravity. The ADU drive rollers are driven by the Fuser motor transporting the paper to the registration section MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 12 . B. Duplex section A. and goes to the paper exit section. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram      No.

1 Name LSU fan Polygon motor Name LD PWB 2 3 Collimator lens f lens 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Mirror Incident cylindrical lens BD PWB Filter glass Laser skew adjustment plate BD mirror LSUcnt PWB Function and operation Cools the LSU PWB section. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 13 . Adjusts laser skew in the main scanning direction for the OPC drum. Guides laser beams to the BD (Beam Detector). The polygon mirror motor rotates at a constant speed having four mirrored sides to reflect two lase beams per color. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram 7 6 1 9 10 2 3 5 PGM1 8 3 9 6 LSUFM Signal name LSUFM PGM 1 No. Function and operation To convert to a laser beam switching data sent from the LSU-PWB. To equalize main scanning direction laser beam dots distance. Focuses laser beams. Rotates at a constant speed to scan laser beams. Focuses laser beams. Reflects laser beams to the OPC drum. And controlling a laser emission and laser power. To detect the laser scan timing. To covert the image data sent from MFPC-PWB to switching data and transfer it to LD-PWB. (Beam Detection) Prevents dust and toner from entering inside the LSU cavity. to condense a laser beam to BD (beam detector). LSU section A. In addition. (To make laser dot distance of an end and the central part of the OPC drum the same).9.

Its laser-beam makes electrostatic latent image on the OPC drum. R side 㻸㻰㻞 㻸㻰㻝 㻸㻰㻝 㻸㻰㻝 㻸㻰㻞 㻸㻰㻝 㻸㻰㻞 㻸㻰㻞 F side 㼅 Laser beam generating section(TOP) Laser beam generating section(SIDE) C.B. 0. This model adopts 2-laser beam type.3mw 780 . LSU specifications Effective scan width Resolution Beam diameter Laser power LD wavelength Number of mirrors Rotation speed 2beam/color x4 colors 220mm 600dpi Main / Sub scan = 50 . the switching data is changed to laser beam at LD-PWB.80m Max.800nm 4 surfaces 32776rpm MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 14 㻹 㻯 㻷 . After this. Laser scan operation The image data which sent from MFPC-PWB is converted to switching data in ASIC on LSU-PWB.

1 Name OPC drum rotation sensor (CL) OPC drum rotation sensor (BK) Discharge lamp (K) Discharge lamp (C) Discharge lamp (M) Discharge lamp (Y) Developing motor (CL) Developing motor (K) Main charger applying voltage (CL) Main charger applying voltage (K) Name OPC drum unit (Y. The main charger is charged to generate negative electric charges. OPC drum section A. Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum (M). 2 DL_Y DHPD_CL DVM(CL) DL_M DL_C DL_K  Signal name DHPD_CL DHPD_K DL_BK DL_C DL_M DL_Y DVM DM MC-CL MC-K No. Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum (K). MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 15 . C. Function/Operation Latent electrostatic images are formed. Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum (C). K) Function/Operation Detects rotation and the phase of the OPC drum (CL).2 ‘13/Oct 10. Discharges electric charges on the OPC drum (Y). M. Drives the developing/black OPC drum (BK)/transfer section. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram 2 DHPD_K 2 DM(K) $(0$?+ 2 $(0$?#. Drives the developing/OPC drum section (CL). Detects rotation and the phase of the OPC drum (BK).

MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 16 . The OPC drum surface is negatively charged by the main charger. positive and negative charges are generated. negative charges are attracted to positive charges in the aluminum layer of the OPC drum. latent electrostatic images are formed on the OPC drum surface. positive and negative charges are balanced out on the OPC drum surface and in the aluminum layer. /0#DRUM (IGHVOLTAGEUNIT 3CREENGRID OPC drum rotation control The OPC drum (K) is driven by the DV motor (DVM_K). -AINCORONAUNIT The color OPC drums (C. The OPC drum is charged at a voltage virtually same as the voltage applied to the screen grid. When laser beams are radiated onto the CGL of the OPC drum. Therefore. then laser image beams are radiated to the OPC drum surface by the laser (writing) unit to form electrostatic latent images. reducing positive and negative charged to decrease the surface voltage of the OPC drum. !LUMINUM LAYER #'. reducing positive and negative charges to decrease the OPC drum surface voltage. light is radiated through the lens to the OPC drum surface. When the discharge lamp light is radiated to the OPC drum CGL. Toner removed from the OPC drum surface is transported to the waste toner section by the waste toner transport screw. positive and negative charges are generated. As a result. 4) The whole surface of the OPC drum is discharged. and Y) are driven by the DV motor (DVM_CL). Positive charges generated in CGL are attracted to the negative charges on the OPC drum surface. The main charger grid is provided with the screen grid. #4. positive charges and negative charges are balanced out on the OPC drum and in the aluminum layer. Operational descriptions The OPC drum surface is negatively charged by the main charger. Electric charges remain at a position where laser beam are not radiated. Aluminum layer CGL CTL Aluminum layer CGL CTL Aluminum layer CGL CTL OPC drum Lens Laser beams By radiating the discharge lamp light to the discharge lens. M. On the other hand. 1) 3) After transfer operation. and the rotation speed is monitored by the OPC drum rotation sensor (DHPD_CL). On the other hand. Positive charges generated in CGL are attracted to the negative charges on the OPC drum surface. 2) Laser beams are radiated to the OPC drum surface by the laser (writing) unit to form electrostatic latent images. OPC drum Based on the signals monitored by the two sensors. and the rotation speed is monitored by the OPC drum rotation sensor (DHPD_K). the rotation speeds of K OPC drum and the color OPC drums and the rotation phase are controlled. negative charges are attracted to positive charges in the aluminum layer of the OPC drum. Therefore. remaining toner is removed by the cleaning blade.B.

C. Mixes toner in the toner cartridge. Detects a new toner cartridge.Toner supply section A. When toner density is judged low.M. Drives the toner transport screw in the toner cartridge to supply toner (Y) to the developer cartridge. from the toner cartridge to the developer unit MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 17 .#?9 4. Drives the toner transport screw in the toner cartridge to supply toner (M) to the developer cartridge. B.K) TNC Y(Y) Toner clutch (Y) TNC M(M) Toner clutch (M) TNC C(C) Toner clutch (C) TNC K(K) Toner clutch (K) No. Drives the toner transport screw in the toner cartridge to supply toner (K) to the developer cartridge.#?+ #2#2-   Signal name CRM (Y. by an auger.#?# #2- 4.#?#24. 1 2 Name Crum Name Toner transport screw Toner mixing sheet Function and operation Stores data related to control of the toner cartridge.Operational descriptions This model is judging the toner supplying based on the print pixel counts and process control data. Drives the toner transport screw in the toner cartridge to supply toner (C) to the developer cartridge. Function and operation Transports toner in the toner cartridge. the toner clutch is activated supplying toner.11.Electrical and mechanism relation diagram 4.

M. Mixes and charges developer and toner. M. Y) DVM DM TCS_C Name Primary transfer separation clutch 1 Developing bias voltage (K. Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge. Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge. Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge. M. Detects toner density only during Simulation 25-2 Developer Concentration setting (Y). Drives the developing/black OPC drum (BK)/transfer section. Maintains the quantities of toner and developer on the DV roller at constant crush height. Prevents toner splash and vacuum. Detects toner supply from the toner cartridge. Y) Function and operation Controls separation of the primary transfer unit Voltage to form toner images on the OPC drum. Detects toner density only during Simulation 25-2 Developer Concentration setting (C). Developing section A. Y) Developing motor (CL) Developing motor (K) Toner sensor (C) TCS_K Toner sensor (K) TCS_M Toner sensor (M) TCS_Y Toner sensor (Y) No. C. 1 2 3 4 Name Developing roller Mixing roller Doctor Toner filter (K. Controls the developing density Drives the developing/OPC drum section (CL). Detects toner density only during Simulation 25-2 Developer Concentration setting (M). C. C. Function and operation Converts electrostatic latent images on the OPC drum into visible images.12. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram $- $6- 452# 4#3?9   4#3?4#3?#   4#3?+ Signal name 1TURC_1 BS (K. Detects toner density only during Simulation 25-2 Developer Concentration setting (K). MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 18 .

MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 19 . The toner density control is performed according to the process control data. the negative potential is higher than the developing bias voltage. toner and carrier are negatively charged by mechanical friction and chemical reaction. and toner is not attracted. The developing bias voltage (AC component and negative DC component) is applied to the developing roller. The toner sensor detects the toner supply state from the toner cartridge. Developing operations Electrostatic latent images formed on the OPC drum surface by the laser (writing) unit (laser image beams) are converted into visible images by toner. the toner density is detected by the toner sensor. By stirring.B. Negatively charged toner is attracted to the exposed section on the OPC drum where the negative potential falls due to a higher developing bias. but the toner supply operation is not controlled only by the toner density detection result. In this machine. If the OPC drum is not exposed.

Applies a high negative voltage to discharge paper which is positively charged after transfer operation. (The primary transfer mode select cam is rotated counterclockwise. Transfer section A. 2 1 Signal name 1TUD_K 1TUD_CL 1TURCd Name Primary transfer belt position sensor (BK) Primary transfer belt position sensor (CL) Primary transfer mode select clutch 2TC DM Secondary transfer output Developing drive motor (K) No. Function and operation Transfers toner images on the transfer belt to paper. 1 2 Name Secondary transfer roller Paper separation electrode Function and operation Detects the primary transfer belt position (BK) in combination with the 1TUD_K output. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 20 .) Secondary transfer high voltage output Drives the developing/black OPC drum (BK)/transfer section. Connected to GND to flow the secondary transfer high current. Detects the primary transfer belt position (CL) in combination with the 1TUD_CL output. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram 452# $-+ 45$?+ 45$?#.13. Transports the developing motor (K) power to the primary transfer mode select cam to select the primary transfer mode.

When the roller separation clutch (1TURC) is turned ON. Transfer operation D. and the monochrome print mode. Monochrome print mode Relationship between the transfer belt mode (state) and the transfer belt mode sensor Mode (State) Constant current power Constant voltage power Color print mode: All the OPC drums are in close contact with the transfer belt. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 21 Sensor state 1TUD 1TUD K CL OFF ON ON OFF ON ON . Transfer belt mode switch operation The transfer belt is in the three modes: the free position. Constant voltage power Constant current power Constant current power Constant voltage power Monochrome print mode: The K OPC drum is in close contact with the transfer belt. Secondary transfer output Free position: The OPC drums are separated from the transfer belt. Secondary transfer roller cleaning operation A high positive voltage is applied to the primary transfer belt drive roller to attach unnecessary toner of the primary transfer roller onto the transfer belt. a high transfer voltage is applied to the transfer belt drive roller to transfer toner imaged on paper. The toner is cleaned with the transfer belt cleaning blade and transported to the waste toner section. separating the roller. Color print mode: All the OPC drums are in close contact with the transfer belt.B. The secondary transfer roller is connected to GND to flow the secondary transfer current. 1TURC 2). the color print mode. Constant voltage power Separation output Free position MC gri d output Toner images on the OPC drum are transferred onto the primary transfer belt by applying a high positive voltage to the primary transfer roller. C. Free position: All the OPC drums are separated from the transfer belt. the transfer cam is rotated to shift the primary transfer link and the primary transfer arm in the arrow direction in conjunction with the cam. The mode is switched by the developing motor (K) and the mode switch clutches (1TURC 1. Monochrome print mode: Only the K OPC drum is in close contact with the transfer belt. Color print mode Then.

- &5- Signal name FUFM FUM HL_LM TH_UM TH_US TS_UM Name Fusing cooling fan motor Fusing drive motor Heater lamp (HL\LM) Thermistor UM Thermistor US Thermostat UM Function and operation Cools the fusing unit. 0#5 &5- If above temperature is low than predetermined one. In case of abnormal high temperature of fuser roller (heat roller) is occurred. If above temperature is higher than predetermined one. Regulates Heat Roller Temperature at the end of the Heat Roller. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 22 2 . the thermostat becomes OFF condition. Fusing section A. Regulates Heat Roller Temperature at center of the Heat Roller. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram &5&- 4(?543?5- 4(?53 (. PCU sends the heater lamp signal to the heater lamp drive circuit in HL-PWB. The temperature on the fuser roller which detected by fuser thermistor is transferred to PCU. Drives the fusing unit. the driving force is transported to fuser roller. thru the fuser motor (FUM) and connection gears. Heater lamp drive The driving of fuser unit is.2 ‘13/Oct 14. Finally the heater lamp is turned ON and fuser roller (heat roller) is heated up. B. Heats the fuser heat roller. Fusing roller overheat protection. physically cuts off the power line of heater lamp. Fusing unit drive C.?. The power triac in heater lamp drive circuit is turned ON. then ACpower is supplied to heater lamp. based on the controlling signal from PCU. Cuts off power supply to heat lamp when over heat condition is determined. PCU stops send the heater lamp signal to the heater lamp drive circuit in HL-PWB.

MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 23 . Due to below reasons. the levers should be lowered. Fusing temperature control The temperature sensor is provided at the center of the fusing roller (heating). 2) By pressurizing with a flexible roller. The roller temperature is detected by the thermistor sensor. When running envelopes and during long periods of machine non use. pressure increases uniformly. 3) For the irregularity (for multilayered structure) of the toner. F. the fuser roller (pressure roller) adopts silicon-rubber as the material. the shape of a multilayered toner on the paper is fixed without transforming. Fusing roller (Heating) Fusing roller (Adding the pressure) 1) To increase the quantity of nip and raise heating capacity for the paper. and the heater lamp is controlled so that the temperature is maintained at the specified level. The heater lamp heats a fuser roller (heat roller) and then. Manual pressure release The pressure of the heat roller is reduced by lowering the levers of the fusing unit. fixes (adhesion) the toner on the paper.D. E. Fusing operation This model has single heater lamp in the fuser roller (heater roller).

The speed of starting up the machine becomes slow from the preheating state depending on the operating environment due to decrease the fusing target temperature.7:HL_UM E-STAR "50” <Operating details>: Under the following all system requirements. PSFM LSUFM FUFM 1 OZFM1 4 A.) .The temperature of the duct thermistor in the machine is under 40 degrees C. SIM No. Cools the LSU. FAN Control The temperature in the machine is detected by the thermistor. 1 Name Ozone filter Function/Operation Absorbs ozone generated in the image process section. During preheating. the FAN exhausts heat by the high speed rotation. . No. Cools the power unit. <Warning>: Perform this setting when the operation sound is kept hearing. the FAN stops the operation of the FUFM during preheating. Fan and Filter section The machine is provided with the following fan to discharge air from the process section and cool the fusing section and the power unit. <Procedure>: Set "HL_UM E-STAR"(Warm-up TH_E set value) to "50". etc.4 ‘14/Apr 15. MX-C250 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 11 – 24 .Fusing target temperature is the threshold value or under the threshold value (The threshold value is 50 degrees C.43-1 No. When the temperature in the machine reaches to more than some temperature under the high temperature environment. The machine is provided with the following filter to remove ozone generated in the process section. Cools the developing unit generates the ozone from the main charger unit. the Fusing cooling fan can be stopped with the following procedure when the operation sound is kept hearing. Signal name FUFM OZFM1 PSFM LSUFM Name Fusing cooling fan Ozone fan 1 Power cooling fan motor LSU cooling fan Function/Operation Cools the fusing section.

MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 1 㻼㻯㻿㻿 㻾㻱㻿㻵 㼁㻺 㻼㻼㻰㻞 㻯㻼㻱㻰㻝 㼀㻲㻰㻞 㻼㻻㻰㻝 㻾㻱㻿㻵㼋㻲 㻝㼀㼁㻰㼋㻷 㻰㼂㻹 㻾㻱㻿㻵㼋㻾 㻝㼀㼁㻾㻯 㻲㼁㻿㻵㻺㻳㻌㼁㻺 㻯㻼㼁㻯㻝 㻾㻾㻯 㻹㻼㻲㻯 㻹㻭㻵㻺㻌㻰㻾㻵㼂㻱㻌㼁㻺 㻼㻻㻯 㻯㻾㻹㼋㻹 㼀㻺㻯㼋㻹 㻰㼂㻌㼁㻺㻌㻔㻹㻭㻳㻱㻺㼀㻭䠅 㼀㻯㻿㼋㻹 㻼㻻㻾㻯 㻯㻾㻹㼋㼅 㼀㻺㻯㼋㼅 㻰㼂㻌㼁㻺㻌㻔㼅㻱㻸㻸㻻㼃䠅 㼀㻯㻿㼋㼅 㻭㻰㼁㻯 㼀㻺㻲㻰 㻰㻸㼋㻹 㼀㻴㼋㼁㻿 㻰㻹 㼀㻯㻿㼋㻯 㻰㻸㼋㻯 㻿㻯㻻㼂 㻴㻸㼋㼁㻹 㼀㻴㼋㼁㻹 㻰㻴㻼㻰㼋㻯 㼀㻯㻿㼋㻷 㻰㻸㼋㻷 AC I N 㻰㻴㻼㻰㼋㻷 㻯㻾㻹㼋㻷 㼀㻺㻯㼋㻷 㻰㼂㻌㼁㻺㻌㻔㻮㻸㻭㻯㻷䠅 㻼㻭㻼㻱㻾㻌㻲㻱㻱㻰㻌㻰㻾㻵㼂㻱㻌㼁㻺 㻲㼁㻹 㻯㻾㻹㼋㻯 㼀㻺㻯㼋㻯 㻰㼂㻌㼁㻺㻌㻔㻯㼅㻭㻺䠅 㻿㻼㻼㻰㻞 㻿㻾㼂㻯 MFPC PWB 㻹㻿㼃 AC/DC PWB 㻿㻼㻱㻰 㻿㻼㻼㻰㻝 㻿㻼㻲㻹 㻿㻿㻼㻲㻌㼁㻺㻌 㻔㻹㼄㻙㻯㻞㻡㻜㻛㻞㻡㻜㻱㻛㻞㻡㻜㻲㻛 㻞㻡㻜㻲㻱㻌㼛㼚㼘㼥㻕 FAX PWB 㻿㼜㼜㼑㼍㼗㼑㼞 㻲㻭㼄㻌㼙㼛㼐㼑㼘 㼛㼚㼘㼥 㻻㼆㻲㻹㻝 㻮㻰㻌㻼㼃㻮 HVPWB TH PWB 㻯㻞㻹㻹 㻯㻞㻼㻼㻰 㻞㼚㼐㻌㻯㼍㼟㼟㼑㼠㼠㼑 㻔㻻㻼㼀㻵㻻㻺㻕 USB CN PWB USB CN PWB 㻸㻿㼁㻌㼁㻺 㻹㻵㻹 AFE PWB 㻿㻯㻭㻺㻺㻱㻾 㼁㻺 Ringer PWB 㻶㼍㼜㼍㼚㻌㻹㼛㼐㼑㼘㻌㼛㼚㼘㼥 㻯㻞㻼㻱㻰 㻼㻿㻲㻹 FAN I/F PWB 㻸㻿㼁㻲㻹 㻯㻞㻸㼁㻹 Cassette I/F PWB 㻰㻿㼃㼋㻯㻞 㻲㼁㻲㻹 FAN I/F PWB 㻯㻞㻼㻲㻯 㻯㻞㻸㼁㻰 㻼㻻㻸㼅㻳㻻㻺 㻹㻻㼀㻻㻾 KEY-LED 㻹㼄㻙㻯㻟㻜㻜㼃 㼛㼚㼘㼥 LD PWB LSU-cnt PWB 㼃㼕㼞㼑㻸㼑㼟㼟㻸㻭㻺㻌 㻮㻰㻌㻼㼃㻮 㻹㻴㻼㻿 Analog CIS 㻸㻯㻰 LCD PWB 㻻㻼㻱㻌㼁㻺 㻯㻞㼀㻾㻯 㻯㻿㻿㻞 MX-C250 [12] ELECTRICAL SECTION 㻝㼀㼁㻰㼋㻯㻸 㻰㻱㻾㻵㼂㻱㻾㼅 㼁㻺 㻹㻼㻱㻰 㻹㻼㻲 㼁㻺 TH/HUD 㻾㻵㻳㻴㼀 㻰㻻㻻㻾㻌㼁㻺 㻿㻼㻼㻰㻝 㻿㻼㻱㻰 㻰㻸㼋㼅 㻿㻼㼁㻿 㻿㻼㻲㻹 㻾㻿㻼㻲㻌㼁㻺㻌㻔㻹㼄㻙㻯㻟㻜㻜㻱㻛㻟㻜㻜㻲㻛㻟㻜㻜㼃㻛㻟㻜㻜㼃㻱㻕 1 13. System block diagram . Block diagram A.Aug Service Manual 1.

24. SPI EEPROM SBCS0.GCDATA0-7 IPD-ASIC SBCS4. MFPC PWB PCU Motor&Sencer/HV V Unit IF etc.C Zoran Quatro4550 R.9.5.SBD0-7 Pararell NOR Flash (64MB t ) (64MByte) CPLD (5M570ZT144) DAC (12ch) SPI0CS0 SPI1CS0 SPI Flash GVCLK.GVLS.SBD0-7 FPGA (EP4CE6F17C8 LVDS FPGA UART LSU Unit Conector RJ-45 Connector OPE(Key) Key) Unitt USB Host IF Connector Con SPI1CS PI1CS Sc Scanner A AFE FAX Modem Unit Conector Scanner m mechanical IF SPI0CS 䛆Neo MFPC Board Block Diagram䛇 B.8. Conector SPI1CS GVCL VCL .1.SBA0-25.768KHz X'tal & Coin Battery DDR2SDRAM (512MByte) ADC (use 9ch Laser Printer I/F (4Plane) General Video I/F SPI I/F (6CS) System Bus I/F SPI0CS1 SPI EEPROM 8-1 Select 8-1 Select PRIVIDEO0.C DDR2SDRAM I/F (32bit Data UART (2ch) 32.17.T.USB Btype Connector MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 2 Ether PHY Steppaer Motor Driver Ether MAC IF (MII) Scanner AFE I/F (LVDS Recive) USB Device I/F USB Host I/F (2ch) SD Card I/F GPIOs S.GVPS.SBA0-12.16.O.

㻾㻳㻮 㻸㻱㻰 㻯㻹㻻㻿 㼟㼑㼚㼟㼛㼞 CIS UN 㻨㻺㻱㻻㻌㻿㼏㼍㼚㼚㼑㼞㻌㻪 㻸㻱㻰㻌㼋㻳㻔㻷㻕 㻸㻱㻰㻌㼋㻮㻔㻷㻕 㻸㻱㻰㻌㻯㻻㻹㻔㻭㻕 㻸㻱㻰㻌㼋㻾㻔㻷㻕 㻻㻿㻝㻘㻞㻘㻟 㻿㻱㻸 㻯㻷 㻿㻵 㼂㻰㻰㻌㻟㻚㻟㼂 㼂㻰㻰㻌㻟㻚㻟㼂 㻭㻲㻱 MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 3 㻱㻺 㻼㻰㻺 㻸㻱㻰 㻰㻾㻵㼂㻱㻾 㻭㻷㻹 㻔㻭㻷㻣㻤㻢㻠㻕 㻿㻯㻸㻷 㻿㻰㻵 㻿㻱㻺 㻔㻸㼂㻰㻿䢉䢛䡭㻕 㻾㻱㻿㻱㼀㻔㻸㻱㻰㻕㻌㻛㻌㻱㻺 㻯㻺㼀㼋㻮 㻯㻺㼀㼋㻳 㻯㻺㼀㼋㻾 㻸㻱㻰㼋㻯㻺㼀㻔㻮㻕 㻸㻱㻰㼋㻯㻺㼀㻔㻳㻕 㻸㻱㻰㼋㻯㻺㼀㻔㻾㻕 㻿㻴 㻾㻱㻿㻱㼀㻔㻭㻲㻱㻕 㻸㻰㻻 㻡㻙㻪㻟㻚㻟㼂 䠄㻸㻹㻥㻤㻣㻝㻠䠅 AFE PWB 㼀㼄㻯㻷㻗 㼀㼄㻯㻷㻙 㼀㼄㻜㻗 㼀㼄㻜㻙 㼀㼄㻝㻗 㼀㼄㻝㻙 㼀㼄㻞㻗 㼀㼄㻞㻙 㻵㻺㻯㻷㻗 㻵㻺㻯㻷㻙 㻯㻺㼀㼋㻮㻔㻱㻺㻕 㻯㻺㼀㼋㻳㻔㻱㻺㻕 㻯㻺㼀㼋㻾㻔㻱㻺㻕 㻻㻺㻛㻻㻲㻲㻌㻯㼀㻸㻝 㻿㻻㻯 㼆㻻㻾㻭㻺䠄㻽㼡㼍㼠㼞㼛㻠㻡㻡㻜䠅 MFPC PWB 㼂㻰㻰㼋㻟㻚㻟㼂 㼂㻰㻰㼋㻡㼂 C. SCN PWB .

& 㻱㻯㻸㻷 㻲㻼㻰㻙㻸㻵㻺㻷㻛㻾㼑㼏㼕㼢㼑㼞 㻠 㼂㼞㼑㼒 㻷㻝㻘㻷㻞㻘㻌㻯㻝㻘㻯㻞㻘㻹㻝㻘㻹㻞㻘㼅㻝㻘㼅㻞 㻞 㼚㻿㻴㼋㻷㻯㻝㻘㻷㻯㻞 㻱㻯㻸㻷 㻴㻿㼅㻺㻯 㻤 㻿㼑㼞㼕㼍㼘 㻰㻛㻭 㼀㼛㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻝 㻤 㻸㻰㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻴㼛㼞㼕㼦㼛㼚㼠㼍㼘㻌㻿㼏㼍㼚 㻛㼂㼑㼞㼠㼕㼏㼍㼘㻌㻿㼏㼍㼚 㼀㼕㼙㼕㼚㼓㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 䠄㻭㻼㻯㻌㻱㼠㼏㻚㻚㻚䠅 㻸㻰㻡㼂 㻠 㻸㻰㻱㻾㻾 㼅㻹㻯㻷 㻮㻱㻭㻹㻰㻱㼀㻱㻯㼀㼋㻷㻯 㼚㻮㻰㼋㻷㻯 㼀㼛㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯㻌㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻝 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻭䠖㻷㻝㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻮䠖㻷㻞㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻤 㻞 㻻㻚㻯㻚 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻯䠖㻯㻝㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻰䠖㻯㻞㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻰㼀㼋㻷㻝㻗㻙 㻞 㻰㼀㼋㻷㻞㻗㻙 㻞 㻰㼀㼋㻯㻝㻗㻙 㻞 㻰㼀㼋㻯㻞㻗㻙 㻞 MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 4 㻮㻰 䠄㼒㼛㼞㻌㻷㻯䠅 . LSUcnt PWB 㼀㻴㼋㻸㻿㼁 㼀㻴 㻭㻹㻼 㻶㻻㻮㻱㻺㻰㼋㻵㻺㼀㼋㻹㼅 㻶㻻㻮㻱㻺㻰㼋㻵㻺㼀 㼀㼔㼑㼞㼙㼕㼟㼠㼛㼞 㻵㻰㼇㻜㻦㻜㼉 㻶㻻㻮㻱㻺㻰㼋㻵㻺㼀㼋㻷㻯 㻴㼍㼞㼐㻌㻾㼑㼟㼑㼠 㻸㻿㼁㻭㻿㻵㻯㼋㻾㻿㼀 㻾㼑㼟㼑㼠㻌㻵㻯 㼀㼛㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻞 㼚㻿㻯㻷㼋㻸㻿㼁 㻿㻯㻷 㼀㼛㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻞 㼚㼀㻾㻭㻺㻿㼋㻰㻭㼀 㻾㻿㼂㼋㻰㻭㼀㼋㻵㻺 㻼㻯㼁㻌㻵㻛㻲 㻾㼑㼓㼕㼟㼕㼠㼑㼞 㻱㼠㼏㻚㻚㻚 㼀㼛㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻞 㼚㼀㻾㻭㻺㻿㼋㻾㻿㼀 㼀㻾㻭㻺㻿㼋㻾㻿㼀 㼀㼛㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻞 㼚㻾㻿㼂㼋㻰㻭㼀 㻵㻞㻯㻌 㻾㻻㻹 㻵㻞㻯㻌㻮㼁㻿 㻹㼛㼠㼛㼞㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻼㼛㼘㼥㼓㼛㼚 㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻲㻭㻺 㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㼀㻾㻭㻺㻿㼋㻰㻭㼀㼋㻻㼋㻹㼅 㼀㻾㻭㻺㻿㼋㻰㻭㼀㼋㻻 㻲㼞㼛㼙㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻞 㻸㻿㼁㼋㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻝 㻸㻰㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻿㼑㼞㼕㼍㼘 㻰㻛㻭㻌㻵㻛㻲 㻼㼞㼕㼚㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼀㼞㼕㼓㼓㼑㼞㻌㻵㼚㼜㼡㼠 㻿㼅㻿㼀㻱㻹㻌㻯㻷 㼚㼂㻿㼅㻺㻯㼋㻹㻛㼅 㻴㻿㼅㻺㻯 㻞 㼚㻿㻴㼋㻹㼅㻝㻘㻹㼅㻞 㻼㻯㼁㼋㼀㻾㻳 㼚㻼㻯㼁㼋㼀㻾㻳 㼚㻮㻰㼋㻹㻭㻿㻷㼋㻹㼅 㻴㼛㼞㼕㼦㼛㼚㼠㼍㼘㻌㻿㼏㼍㼚 㻛㼂㼑㼞㼠㼕㼏㼍㼘㻌㻿㼏㼍㼚 㼀㼕㼙㼕㼚㼓㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻸㻰㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻮㻰㼋㻼㼃㻹㼋㻹㼅 䠄㻭㻼㻯㻌㻱㼠㼏㻚㻚㻚䠅 㼚㻮㻰㼋㻹㼅 㻮㻱㻭㻹㻰㻱㼀㻱㻯㼀㼋㻹㼅 㻱㻯㻸㻷 㻮㻰 䠄㼒㼛㼞㻌㻹㼅䠅 㻮㻱㻭㻹㻰㻱㼀㻱㻯㼀㼋㻷㻯 㻟㻡䠖㻡 㻤 㻲㻼㻰㻙㻸㻵㻺㻷㻛㻾㼑㼏㼕㼢㼑㼞 㻟㻡䠖㻡 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻮䠖㻹㻞㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻤 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻯䠖㼅㻝㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻰䠖㼅㻞㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻹㻲㻼㻯 㻞 㻰㼀㼋㻹㻝㻗㻙 㻯㼔㼍㼚㼚㼑㼘㻌㻭䠖㻹㻝㻌㻯㼕㼞㼏㼡㼕㼠 㻰㼀㼋㻹㻞㻗㻙 㻞 㻰㼀㼋㼅㻝㻗㻙 㻞 㻰㼀㼋㼅㻞㻗㻙 㻞 㻻㻿㻯㻯㻸㻷㼋㻯 㻻㼟㼏㼕㼘㼘㼍㼠㼛㼞 㻔㻲㼛㼞㻌㻝㻤㻡㼙㼙㻛㼟㻕 㻯㻸㻷㼋㻯㼋㻱㻺 㻻㻿㻯㻯㻸㻷㼋㻹 㻻㼟㼏㼕㼘㼘㼍㼠㼛㼞 㻔㻺㼛㼠㻌㼡㼟㼑㼐㻕 㻯㻸㻷㼋㻹㼋㻱㻺 㻻㻿㻯㻯㻸㻷㼋㻭 㻻㼟㼏㼕㼘㼘㼍㼠㼛㼞 㻔㻺㼛㼠㻌㼡㼟㼑㼐㻕 㻯㻸㻷㼋㻭㼋㻱㻺 㻸㻰 㻼㼞㼕㼚㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼀㼞㼕㼓㼓㼑㼞㻌㻯㼔㼍㼕㼚 㻵㻰㼇㻜㻦㻝㼉 㻹㼛㼠㼛㼞㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻴㼍㼞㼐㻌㻾㼑㼟㼑㼠 㻼㼛㼘㼥㼓㼛㼚 㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻶㻻㻮㻱㻺㻰㼋㻵㻺㼀㼋㻷㻯 㻵㻞㻯㻌㻮㼁㻿 㻵㻞㻯㻌 㻾㻻㻹 㻼㻳㻹㼋㻯㻷 㻼㻳㻹㼋㻿㼀㻭㻾㼀 䠄㻼㻳㻹㼋㻮㻾㻱㻭㻷䠅 㻻㻚㻯㻚 㻟 㻼㼛㼘㼥㼓㼛㼚 㻹㼛㼠㼛㼞 㻼㻳㻹㼋㻸㻻㻯㻷 㻼㻯㼁㻌㻵㻛㻲 㻿㻯㻷 㻾㻿㼂㼋㻰㻭㼀㼋㻵㻺 㻾㼑㼓㼕㼟㼕㼠㼑㼞 㻱㼠㼏㻚㻚㻚 㼀㻾㻭㻺㻿㼋㻾㻿㼀 㻲㻭㻺 㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㻲㻭㻺㼋㻼㼃㻹 㻻㻚㻯㻚 㻸㻿㼁 㻲㻭㻺 㻻㻚㻯㻚 㻲㻭㻺㻿㼀㻭㻮㻸㻱 㼀㻾㻭㻺㻿㼋㻰㻭㼀㼋㻻㼋㻷㻯 㻯㻸㻷㼋㻯㼋㻱㻺 㻯㻸㻷㼋㻹㼋㻱㻺 㻻㼟㼏㼕㼘㼘㼍㼠㼛㼞㻌㼣㼕㼠㼔㻌㻿㻛㻿 㻔㻿㼅㻿㼀㻱㻹㻌㻯㻷㻕 㻸㻿㼁㼋㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻞 6<6&/. 㻯㻸㻷㼋㻭㼋㻱㻺 㻸㻰㻌㻯㼛㼚㼠㼞㼛㼘 㼀㼛㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻝 㻿㼑㼞㼕㼍㼘 㻰㻛㻭㻌㻵㻛㻲 㻿㼑㼞㼕㼍㼘㻌㼠㼞㼍㼚㼟㼒㼑㼞 㻰㻭㼋㻯㻸㻷 㻰㻭㼋㻰㼀 㻰㻭㼋㻸㻰 㻸㼂㻰㻿㻛㻰㼞㼕㼢㼑㼞 㼂㻿㼅㻺㻯㼋㻷㻛㻯㻛㻹㻛㼅 (&/. +6<1& Q96<1&B0< 㻲㼞㼛㼙㻌㻭㻿㻵㻯 㻯㻴㻵㻼㻙㻝 㻱㻯㻸㻷 㻴㻿㼅㻺㻯 㻴㻿㼅㻺㻯 㻟㻡䠖㻡 㻟㻡䠖㻡 㻸㻰㼋㻱㻺㻮㼋㻷㻛㻯㻹㼅 Q96<1&B.D.

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24V 5VN 3.3V AC :LUHOHVVV/$1 PRGHO 21/<.3V Main SW : :LUHOHVV/$1 LAN MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 7 2CS   LSUFM FUFM OZFM1 PSFM REG OPTION SPUS (RSPF ONLY)   3.

0᧤HOST᧥ USB2.3V SPEAKER SCOV (RSPF ONLY) CPED1 & + .7/( 1HR榊䄟侊倀⦂᧤摠⨚峵⇫᧥ B.0᧤DEVICE᧥ . AC power system diagram LED Sleep Mode etc.5V REG POC FUM DVM LED SPPD1 SPED SRVC (RSPF ONLY) SPFM USB2 2. ' CPUC1 FAX model ONLY 6:DWDVH & + . CRM-K/C/M/Y RESI SENSOR R '$7(  POLYGON MOTOR RESI SENSOR F MHPS HV PWB MPED DHPD_K/CL PCSS TNC_K/C/M/Y TH-P DM FAX PWB SPPD2 (RSPF ONLY) TCS_K/C/M/Y ITUD_K/CL DL_K/C/M/Y TNFD TFD2 POD1 TH/HUD MIM PPD2 ' : 0 RI 3DJH1R LSU cnt PWB BD PWB LD PWB 3. MPFC PORC REG 1.3V REG FET 1HR 8&2'( RRC DCCNT Sub 5VO 5VO 5VN 24V1 24V2 MFPC DSW F DSW-F 02'(/ .66' CIIS Main DC Power supply DSW R DSW-R 7. ' OPE 6+$53 1TURC Ringer (JAPAN ONLY) 3R3VO INT24V '0*12 $ 3 3 ' ADUC to HL relay 3.

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DC) . Power supply (AC.45V CN-105 B14B-PHDSS-B 1 2 3 4 5 6 CN-104 B6B-PH-K-S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 AC/DC PWB Live_in (NC) Neutral_in 1 2 3 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 CN-1 B03P-VL D-GND 5V C2TRC CSSELA CSSELB CSSELC Y_CS2 D-GND LSUFM_V LSUFM_LD D-GND 24V C2LUM C2PFC 24V D-GND C2MM_CLK C2MM_D C2MM_LD TH_P D-GND LSUFM_CNT CN-36 B22B-PHDSS-B(LS)(SN) MFPC PWB CN-23 B26B-PHDSS-B(LF)(SN) 1 INT24V 2 DSW-R CN-25 B2P-VH 1 24V2 2 (NC) 3 DSW-R VLP-03V PHDR-22VS-2 1 2 3 Neutral PS-250(RD) Neutral PS-250(RD) PS-250(WH) MSW 03CK-6H-PC 3 1 D-GND 2 2 TH_P 1 3 NC Live 03CZ-6H 1 LSUFM_V 2 LSUFM_LD 3 D-GND LSUFM TH PWB 1 2 3 PAP-03V-S NC D-GND 5V C2TRC CSSELA CSSELB CSSELC Y_CS2 D-GND NC FG 24V C2LUM C2PFC 24V D-GND C2MM_CLK C2MM_D C2MM_LD FG PALR-03VF Live PS-250(WH) CZHR-03V-S 3 D-GND 2 NC 1 TH_P BU03P-TZ-S SRA-21T-3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 TSDP-20V-K 1 2 3 VLP-03V 1 Live_in 2 (NC) 3 Neutral_in VLR-03V 1 2 3 VLP-03V 1 Live_in 2 (NC) 3 Neutral_in VLR-03V SRA-51T-4 SRA-51T-4 INLET Live_in F-GND Neutral_in EX200 JPN/EX100 2ndカセットユニット 2ndカセットユニット 2nd cassette unit E.3V D-GND D-GND PR FW HL_OUT D-GND P-GND P-GND P-GND INT24V INT24V GND PR HLOUT FW DCCNT 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 24V1 GND GND GND GND GND GND 24V1 24V2 24V2 5VO 5VN 5VN 3.DSW-F DSW-R ༙⏣௜ࡅ ༙⏣௜ࡅ MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 12 PHDR-14VS-2 PHR-6 PHDR-26VS-1 VHR-2N VHR-3N CN-24 B3P-VH CFM_CNT D-GND CFM_LD CFM_V D-GND D-GND DCCNT D-GND 24V1 24V2 24V1 24V2 5VN 5VO 5VN 3.

Signal list Signal Name Description ADUC C2LUM C2MM_CLK C2MM_D C2MM_LD C2PFC C2TRC Detect CL Transfer belt Contact/ Separates Detect K Transfer belt Contact/ Separates Transfer belt Contact/Separates Clutch Control ADU Conveyance Clutch Control Tray2 Lift Up Motor Control Tray2 Main Motor Clock Tray2 Main Motor Drive Detect Tray2 Main Motor Lock Tray2 Feed Clutch Control Tray2 Conveyance Clutch Control CPED1 Detect Tray1 Paper CPUC CRM_C_SCL DM_CLK DM_D DM_LD Tray1 Feed Clutch Control Cyan Toner CRM I2C I/F Clock Cyan Toner CRM I2C I/F Serial Data Black Toner CRM I2C I/F Clock Black Toner CRM I2C I/F Serial Data Magenta Toner CRM I2C I/F Clock Magenta Toner CRM I2C I/F Serial Data Yellow Toner CRM I2C I/F Clock Yellow Toner CRM I2C I/F Serial Data Tray2 Sensor Data Select Code A Tray2 Sensor Data Select Code B Tray2 Sensor Data Select Code C Detect CL Drum phase Detect K Drum phase Cyan Discharge LED Lamp Light volume Control Black Discharge LED Lamp Light volume Control Magenta Discharge LED Lamp Light volume Control Yellow Discharge LED Lamp Light volume Control Drum Motor Clock Drum Motor Drive Control Detect Drum Motor Lock DSW_F Detect Front Door Switch Close DSW_R Detect Right Door Switch Close DSW_R Detect Right Door Switch Close DV_AC_REM DVM_CLK DVM_D DVM_LD DV Remote Control Development Motor Clock Development Motor Drive Control Detect Development Lock Detect Cyan Developer tank discernment Detect Black Developer tank discernment Detect Magenta Developer tank discernment Detect Yellow Developer tank discernment Fixing Cooling FAN Speed Control Detect Fixing Cooling FAN Lock 1TUD_CL 1TUD_K 1TURC CRM_C_SDA CRM_K_SCL CRM_K_SDA CRM_M_SCL CRM_M_SDA CRM_Y_SCL CRM_Y_SDA CSSELA CSSELB CSSELC DHPD_CL DHPD_K DL_C DL_K DL_M DL_Y DVTYP_C DVTYP_K DVTYP_M DVTYP_Y FUFM_CNT FUFM_LD FUFM_V Fixing Cooling FAN Drive Control FUM_CLK FUM_D FUM_LD HUD_M_ANI Fixing Motor Clock Fixing Motor Drive Control Detect Fixing Motor Lock Humidity of Manual bypass Connector Level L H Connector number Pin number - - CN37 3 MFPC 1TUD_CL - - CN37 6 MFPC 1TUD_K CN28 8 MFPC Main Drive Unit:1TURC CN38 CN36 CN36 CN36 CN36 CN36 CN36 6 4 12 14 16 6 5 MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC ADUC 2nd Cassette(Option):C2LUM 2nd Cassette(Option):C2MM 2nd Cassette(Option):C2MM 2nd Cassette(Option):C2MM 2nd Cassette(Option):C2PFC 2nd Cassette(Option):C2TRC CN34 9 MFPC CPED1 (Clock) CN34 CN27 6 7 MFPC MFPC CPUC1 Cyan Toner CRM (Serial Data) CN27 8 MFPC Cyan Toner CRM (Clock) CN27 3 MFPC Black Toner CRM (Serial Data) CN27 4 MFPC Black Toner CRM (Clock) CN27 11 MFPC Magenta Toner CRM (Serial Data) CN27 12 MFPC Magenta Toner CRM (Clock) CN27 15 MFPC Yellow Toner CRM Clutch On Clutch On Motor On (Clock) Motor On Detect:Lock Clutch On Clutch On Detect:Non Paper Clutch On PWB NOTE (Serial Data) CN27 16 MFPC Yellow Toner CRM (Select Code) (Select Code) (Select Code) - CN36 CN36 CN36 CN28 CN28 7 9 11 3 6 MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC 2nd Cassette(Option) 2nd Cassette(Option) 2nd Cassette(Option) Main Drive Unit:DHPD_C Main Drive Unit:DHPD_K (PWM) CN33 3 MFPC DL_C (PWM) CN33 1 MFPC DL_K (PWM) CN33 5 MFPC DL_M (PWM) CN33 7 MFPC DL_Y (Clock) CN30 CN30 CN30 3 4 5 MFPC MFPC MFPC Main Drive Unit:DM Main Drive Unit:DM Main Drive Unit:DM CN25 1 MFPC Front Door Switch CN24 3 MFPC Right Door Switch CN25 2 MFPC Right Door Switch CN29 CN30 CN30 CN30 10 8 9 10 MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC HV-PWB I/F Main Drive Unit:DVM Main Drive Unit:DVM Main Drive Unit:DVM Detect CN32 A5 MFPC DV Unit Detect CN32 A11 MFPC DV Unit Detect CN32 B14 MFPC DV Unit Detect CN32 B8 MFPC DV Unit CN29 CN29 14 13 MFPC MFPC FUFM FUFM CN29 12 MFPC FUFM CN22 CN22 CN22 CN31 3 4 5 6 MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC Fixing Motor Fixing Motor Fixing Motor Right Door Unit:HUD_M - Motor On Detect:Lock Door Close(24V) Door Close(24V) Door Close(24V) Remote On (Clock) Motor On Detect:Lock (PWM) Detect:Lock FAN Power On(24V) (Clock) Motor On Detect:Lock (Analog) MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 13 .4.

Signal Name HV_DAC_CLK HV_DAC_DT HV_DAC_LD HV_REM LSUFM_LD Description HV-PWB DAC Setting Clock Signal HV-PWB DAC Setting Serial Data Signal HV-PWB DAC Setting Load Signal HV Remote Control Detect LSU FAN Lock LSUFM_V LSU FAN Control MC_ERR Detect MC Error MHPS Detect Scanner Home Position MIM_A MIM_B MIM_XA MIM_XB Detect Paper Manual bypass MPFC OZFM1_LD Manual feed Clutch Control Ozone exhaust FAN Speed Control Detect Ozone exhaust FAN Lock OZFM1_V Ozone exhaust FAN Control PCS_F PCSS POC POD1 Delivery clutch reversal Control Detect Regist transport REGS_F_LED REGS_R REGS_R_LED 6 MFPC HV-PWB I/F (Serial Data) CN29 5 MFPC HV-PWB I/F CN29 CN29 CN36 7 8 19 MFPC MFPC MFPC HV-PWB I/F HV-PWB I/F LSUFM Load Remote On Detect:Lock FAN Power On(24V) Error RSPDET Detect Scanner RSPF Unit SCU_SCOV Detect SPF Cover Open/Close SCU_SPED Detect SPF Nothing Manuscript SCU_SPPD1 Detect paper pass PWB CN36 17 MFPC LSUFM CN29 9 MFPC HV-PWB I/F CN18 7 MFPC Scanner Unit MHPS phase /A ON CN18 1 MFPC Scanner Unit MIM phase /B OFF phase /B ON CN18 3 MFPC Scanner Unit MIM phase /A OFF phase /A ON CN18 2 MFPC Scanner Unit MIM phase /B OFF phase /B ON CN18 4 MFPC Scanner Unit MIM CN31 5 MFPC Manual bypass Unit:MPED CN34 2 MFPC MPFC CN39 7 MFPC OZFM1 CN39 5 MFPC OZFM1 CN39 3 MFPC OZFM1 CN35 1 MFPC PCS_F CN35 10 MFPC PCSS CN38 2 MFPC POC CN21 5 MFPC Delivery Unit:POD1 CN38 4 MFPC PORC CN34 11 MFPC PPD2 CN29 18 MFPC PSFM CN29 17 MFPC PSFM CN29 16 MFPC PSFM CN35 2 MFPC REGS_F (Analog) CN35 3 MFPC REGS_F_LED (Analog) CN35 6 MFPC REGS_R (Analog) Solenoid On Clutch On Detect:On Paper Clutch On Detect:Non Paper (PWM) Detect:Lock FAN Power On(24V) (Analog) (Analog) Clutch On Detect:RSPF Unit Open CN35 7 MFPC REGS_R_LED CN34 4 MFPC RRC CN19 19 MFPC Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit Close CN19 14 MFPC Detect:Nothing CN19 2 MFPC CN19 8 MFPC Scanner RSPF Unit:SCOV Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit SPED Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit:SPPD1 Scanner RSPF Unit:SPPD2 Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit:SPUS Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit SRVC Detect:Paper SCU_SPPD2 Detects paper jam Detect:Paper CN19 21 MFPC SCU_SPUS SPF Feed roller Clutch Control Clutch On CN19 7 MFPC SCU_SRVC SPF Delivery roller Clutch Control Clutch On CN19 3 MFPC Detect Scanner SSPF Unit Detect:SSPF Unit CN19 17 MFPC SPDET SPFM_A SPFM_B SPFM_XA SPFM_XB TCS_C TCS_K Scanner xSPF Stepper Motor Control Phase A Scanner xSPF Stepper Motor Control Phase B Scanner xSPF Stepper Motor Control Phase XA Scanner xSPF Stepper Motor Control Phase XB Detect Cyan Toner Concentration Detect Black Toner Concentration NOTE phase /A OFF Detect:Lock FAN Power On(24V) RRC REGS_F CN29 (PWM) Power Supply Cooling FAN Speed Control Detect Power Supply Cooling FAN Lock Power Supply Cooling FAN Drive Control Detect Front Regist Light volume Front Regist LED Light volume Control Detect Rear Regist Light volume Rear Regist LED Light volume Control Resist Roller Clutch Control PSFM_V (Clock) Detect After-fixing paper PPD2 PSFM_LD Pin number Detect: Paper exists Clutch On Detect Process Control Light volume Process Control Shutter Solenoid Control Delivery clutch normal rotation Control PORC PSFM_CNT Connector number Detect:Home Position Scanner Mirror Stepper Motor Control Phase A Scanner Mirror Stepper Motor Control Phase B Scanner Mirror Stepper Motor Control Phase XA Scanner Mirror Stepper Motor Control Phase XB MPED OZFM_CNTPWM Connector Level L H phase /A OFF phase /A ON CN19 9 MFPC phase /B OFF phase /B ON CN19 11 MFPC phase /A OFF phase /A ON CN19 13 MFPC phase /B OFF phase /B ON CN19 15 MFPC CN32 CN32 A2 A8 MFPC MFPC (Analog) (Analog) MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 14 Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit:xSPF Motor Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit:xSPF Motor Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit:xSPF Motor Scanner SSPF/RSPF Unit:xSPF Motor DV Unit DV Unit .

Signal Name TCS_M TCS_Y TFD2 TH_M_ANI TH_P TH_UM TH_UM_CS TH_UM2 TH_US TNC_C TNC_K TNC_M TNC_Y TNFD TSG_C TSG_K TSG_M TSG_Y Y_CS2 Description Connector Level L H Detect Magenta Toner Concentration Detect Yellow Toner Concentration Detect Delivery Full Thermal of Manual bypass Thermal of Ozone Duct Thermal of Fixing Unit(Main) Thermal of Fixing Unit(Main) Thermal of Fixing Unit(Sub) Thermal of Fixing Unit(Sub) Cyan Toner Clutch Control Black Toner Clutch Control Magenta Toner Clutch Control Yellow Toner Clutch Control Detect Waste Toner Full Cyan Toner Concentration Sensor Control Black Toner Concentration Sensor Control Magenta Toner Concentration Sensor Control Yellow Toner Concentration Sensor Control Tray2 Sensor Data(CSSELA.B.C Code Select) Connector number Pin number (Analog) CN32 B11 MFPC DV Unit (Analog) Detect:Full (Analog) (Analog) (Analog) (Analog) (Analog) (Analog) CN32 CN21 CN31 CN36 CN20 CN20 CN20 CN20 CN26 CN26 CN26 CN26 CN32 B5 2 2 18 2 1 6 4 3 1 5 7 B3 MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC MFPC DV Unit Delivery Unit:TFD2 TH_M TH PWB Fixing Unit:TH_UM Fixing Unit:TH_UM_CS Fixing Unit:TH_UM2 Fixing Unit:TH_US TNC_C TNC_K TNC_M TNC_Y TNFD Sensor (Analog) CN32 A4 MFPC DV Unit (Analog) CN32 A10 MFPC DV Unit (Analog) CN32 B13 MFPC DV Unit (Analog) CN32 B7 MFPC DV Unit CN36 13 MFPC 2nd Cassette(Option) Clutch On Clutch On Clutch On Clutch On Detect:Full (Select Sensor Data) MX-C250 ELECTRICAL SECTION 12 – 15 PWB NOTE .

Necessary steps when replacing the PWB and the HDD A.MFP substrate replacement procedure (work flow) 㻔㻺㼛㼠㼑䠅㻾㼑㼓㼕㼟㼠㼑㼞㼑㼐㻌㼡㼟㼑㼞㻌㼕㼚㼒㼛㼞㼙㼍㼠㼕㼛㼚㻌㼣㼕㼘㼘㻌㼚㼛㼠㻌㼎㼑㻌㼞㼑㼏㼛㼢㼑㼞㼑㼐㻌㼕㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㼕㼟㻌㼍㼒㼒㼑㼏㼠㼑㼐㻌㼎㼥㻌㼁㻞㻙㻜㻡㻌㼠㼞㼛㼡㼎㼘㼑㻚㻌㻔㻖㻝㻕 㻵㼟㻌㼕㼠㻌㼚㼑㼏㼑㼟㼟㼍㼞㼥㻌㼠㼛㻌 㼞㼑㼜㼘㼍㼏㼑㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻫 㼅㻱㻿 㻵㼟㻌㼕㼠㻌㼜㼛㼟㼟㼕㼎㼘㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼑㼤㼑㼏㼡㼠㼑㻌 㼎㼍㼏㼗㼡㼜㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼁㻿㻮㻌㼙㼑㼙㼛㼞㼥㻌 㼣㼕㼠㼔㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㻔㼟㼕㼙㻡㻢㻙㻞㻕㻫 㻺㻻 㼅㻱㻿 㻞 㻝 㻨㻯㼍㼟㼑㻌㻝㻪 㻵㼠㻌㼕㼟㻌㼜㼛㼟㼟㼕㼎㼘㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼎㼍㼏㼗㻌㼡㼜㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼞㼑㼓㼕㼟㼠㼑㼞㼑㼐㻌㼡㼟㼑㼞㻌 㼕㼚㼒㼛㼞㼙㼍㼠㼕㼛㼚㻌㼎㼥㻌㼠㼞㼍㼚㼟㼒㼑㼞㼞㼕㼚㼓㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼑㼠㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼒㻌㻿㻾㻭㻹㻌 㼍㼚㼐㻌㻱㻱㻼㻾㻻㻹㻚 㻨㻯㼍㼟㼑㻌㻞㻪 㻵㼠㻌㼕㼟㻌㼜㼛㼟㼟㼕㼎㼘㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼗㼑㼑㼜㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼑㼠㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻱㻱㻼㻾㻻㻹㻘㻌㼎㼡㼠㻌 㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼑㼠㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼒㻌㻿㻾㻭㻹㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼞㼑㼓㼕㼟㼠㼑㼞㼑㼐㻌㼡㼟㼑㼞㻌 㼕㼚㼒㼛㼞㼙㼍㼠㼕㼛㼚㻌㼏㼍㼚㼚㼛㼠㻌㼎㼑㻌㼞㼑㼏㼛㼢㼑㼞㼑㼐㻚㻌㻔㻖㻝㻕㻌 㻔㻺㼛㼠㼑㻕㻌㻺㼑㼢㼑㼞㻌㼑㼤㼑㼏㼡㼠㼑㻌㻿㼕㼙㻝㻢㻌㼑㼢㼑㼚㻌㼕㼒㻌㻎㼁㻞㻙㻜㻡㻎㻌㼠㼞㼛㼡㼎㼘㼑㻌㼕㼟㻌㼕㼚㼐㼕㼏㼍㼠㼑㼐㻌㼍㼒㼠㼑㼞㻌㼠㼡㼞㼚㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼜㼛㼣㼑㼞㻚 㼀㼔㼑㻌㼞㼑㼓㼕㼟㼠㼑㼞㼑㼐㻌㼡㼟㼑㼞㻌㼕㼚㼒㼛㼞㼙㼍㼠㼕㼛㼚㻌㼣㼕㼘㼘㻌㼎㼑㻌㼐㼑㼘㼑㼠㼑㼐㻚 㻝 㻝㻚㻌㻱㼤㼑㼏㼡㼠㼑㻌㻎㻱㻱㻼㻾㻻㻹㻌㻿㼀㻻㻾㻱㻰㻌㻰㻭㼀㻭㻎㻌㼎㼥㻌㻿㼕㼙㻡㻢㻙㻜㻞㻌㻔㼙㼑㼙㼛㼞㼥㻌㼐㼍㼠㼍㻌㼎㼍㼏㼗㼡㼜㻕㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻌㼞㼑㼜㼘㼍㼏㼕㼚㼓㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㼠㼛 㻌㻌㻌㼠㼞㼍㼚㼟㼒㼑㼞㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼐㼍㼠㼍㻌㼛㼒㻌㻱㻱㻼㻾㻻㻹㻌㼠㼛㻌㼁㻿㻮㻌㼙㼑㼙㼛㼞㼥㻚 㻞㻚㻌㻭㼠㼠㼍㼏㼔㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻱㻱㻼㻾㻻㻹㻌㼑㼠㼏㻚㻌㼛㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㼛㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼑㼞㼢㼕㼏㼑㻌㼜㼍㼞㼠㼟㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼕㼚㼟㼠㼍㼘㼘㻌㼕㼠㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼙㼍㼕㼚㼡㼚㼕㼠㻚㻌 㻺㼛㼠㼑㻦㻌㻳㼞㼛㼡㼚㼐㻌㼥㼛㼡㼞㻌㼎㼛㼐㼥㻌㼣㼕㼠㼔㻌㼓㼞㼛㼡㼚㼐㼕㼚㼓㻌㼎㼍㼚㼐㻌㼐㼡㼞㼕㼚㼓㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼣㼛㼞㼗㻚 㻟㻚㻌㻱㼤㼑㼏㼡㼠㼑㻌㻎㻵㻹㻼㻻㻾㼀㻌㻿㼀㻻㻾㻱㻰㻌㻰㻭㼀㻭㻎㻌㼎㼥㻌㻿㼕㼙㻡㻢㻙㻜㻞㻌㻔㼙㼑㼙㼛㼞㼥㻌㼐㼍㼠㼍㻌㼎㼍㼏㼗㼡㼜㻕㻌㼠㼛㻌㼞㼑㼠㼡㼞㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼐㼍㼠㼍㻌㼛㼒㻌㻱㻱㻼㻾㻻㻹 㻌㻌㻌㼕㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼁㻿㻮㻌㼙㼑㼙㼛㼞㼥㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼚㼑㼣㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻚 㻝㻚㻌㻭㼠㼠㼍㼏㼔㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼒㼘㼍㼟㼔㻌㻾㻻㻹㻘㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼙㼑㼙㼛㼞㼥㻘㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻱㻱㻼㻾㻻㻹㻌㼑㼠㼏㻚㻌㼛㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㼛㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼑㼞㼢㼕㼏㼑㻌㼜㼍㼞㼠㼟㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼕㼚㼟㼠㼍㼘㼘㻌㼕㼠㻌㼠㼛 㻌㻌㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼙㼍㼕㼚㼡㼚㼕㼠㻚 㻺㼛㼠㼑㻦㻌㻳㼞㼛㼡㼚㼐㻌㼥㼛㼡㼞㻌㼎㼛㼐㼥㻌㼣㼕㼠㼔㻌㼓㼞㼛㼡㼚㼐㼕㼚㼓㻌㼎㼍㼚㼐㻌㼐㼡㼞㼕㼚㼓㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼣㼛㼞㼗㻚 㻞㻚㻌㼀㼡㼞㼚㻌㼛㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼜㼛㼣㼑㼞㻘㻌㼑㼤㼑㼏㼡㼠㼑㻌㻿㼕㼙㻝㻢㻌㼠㼛㻌㼏㼘㼑㼍㼞㻌㼁㻞㻙㻜㻡㻌㼠㼞㼛㼡㼎㼘㼑㻚 㻞 㻟㻚㻌㻿㼑㼠㻌㼍㼟㻌㼒㼛㼘㼘㼛㼣㼟㻌㼍㼒㼠㼑㼞㻌㼞㼑㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼙㼍㼕㼚㻌㼡㼚㼕㼠㻚 㻔㻝㻕㻌㻿㼑㼠㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼍㼜㼜㼞㼛㼜㼞㼕㼍㼠㼑㻌㼏㼛㼡㼚㼠㼞㼥㻌㼏㼛㼐㼑㻌㼎㼥㻌㻿㼕㼙㻢㻢㻙㻜㻞㻌㻔㼏㼘㼑㼍㼞㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼛㼒㼠㼣㼍㼞㼑㻌㼟㼣㼕㼠㼏㼔㼑㼟㻌㼞㼑㼘㼍㼠㼑㼐㻌㼠㼛㻌㻲㻭㼄㻕㻚 㻔㻺㼛㼠㼑㻕㻌㻹㼍㼗㼑㻌㼟㼡㼞㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼑㼤㼑㼏㼡㼠㼑㻌㼑㼢㼑㼚㻌㼕㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼒㼍㼤㻌㼛㼜㼠㼕㼛㼚㻌㼕㼟㻌㼚㼛㼠㻌㼕㼚㼟㼠㼍㼘㼘㼑㼐㻌㼛㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼙㼍㼏㼔㼕㼚㼑㻚 㻔㻞㻕㻌㼁㼟㼑㻌㻿㻵㻹㻢㻣㻙㻣㻜㻌㼠㼛㻌㼏㼘㼑㼍㼞㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼏㼛㼚㼠㼑㼚㼠㼟㻌㼛㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌㻼㼃㻮㻌㻿㻰㻾㻭㻹㻚 㻔㻟㻕㻌㻿㼑㼘㼑㼏㼠㻌㻎㻼㼞㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼑㼚㼢㼕㼞㼛㼚㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㼟㼑㼠㼠㼕㼚㼓㻎㻌㼍㼠㻌㻿㼥㼟㼠㼑㼙㻌㼟㼑㼠㼠㼕㼚㼓㻘㻌㼟㼑㼘㼑㼏㼠㻌㻎㻼㼞㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼕㼚㼕㼠㼕㼍㼘㻌㼟㼑㼠㼠㼕㼚㼓㻘㻎㻌㼛㼜㼑㼚㻌㻎㻌㻌㻿㼠㼍㼚㼐㼍㼞㼐㻌㼜㼍㼜㼑㼞 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㼒㼑㼑㼐㻌㼜㼍㼜㼑㼞㻌㼟㼕㼦㼑㻎㼟㼏㼞㼑㼑㼚㻘㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼟㼑㼠㻌㻭㻠㻌㼟㼕㼦㼑㻌㼕㼒㻌㼥㼛㼡㻌㼡㼟㼑㻌㼍㼚㻌㻭㻮㻙㼠㼥㼜㼑㻌㼙㼍㼏㼔㼕㼚㼑㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼘㼑㼠㼠㼑㼞㻌㼟㼕㼦㼑㻌㼕㼒㻌㼥㼛㼡㻌㼡㼟㼑㻌㼍㼚㻌㼕㼚㼏㼔㻙㼠㼥㼜㼑 㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㼙㼍㼏㼔㼕㼚㼑㻚 㻔㻖㻝㻕㻌㻵㼒㻌㼥㼛㼡㻌㼔㼍㼢㼑㻌㼎㼍㼏㼗㼑㼐㻌㼡㼜㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼐㼍㼠㼍㻌㼎㼥㻌㼟㼠㼛㼞㼍㼓㼑㻌㼎㼍㼏㼗㼡㼜㻌㻔㼃㻱㻮㻕㻌㼛㼞㻌㼐㼑㼢㼕㼏㼑㻌㼏㼘㼛㼚㼕㼚㼓㻌㼐㼡㼞㼕㼚㼓㻌㼚㼛㼞㼙㼍㼘㻌㼡㼟㼑㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼒㼍㼕㼘㼡㼞㼑㻌㼛㼒㻌㻹㻲㻼㻌 㻼㼃㻮㻘㻌㼕㼠㻌㼕㼟㻌㼜㼛㼟㼟㼕㼎㼘㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼞㼑㼠㼡㼞㼚㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼠㼍㼠㼑㻌㼣㼔㼑㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼐㼍㼠㼍㻌㼣㼍㼟㻌㼎㼍㼏㼗㼑㼐㻌㼡㼜㻌㼑㼢㼑㼚㻌㼕㼒㻌㻿㼕㼙㻝㻢㻌㼕㼟㻌㼑㼤㼑㼏㼡㼠㼑㼐㻚 2. TOOL LIST Name Color copy test chart SIT chart Gray test chart Kynar powder Grease (HANARL FL-955R) Conduction grease (FLOIL GE-676) Grease (FLOIL G-313S) Grease (JFE552) Stearic acid powder Grease (FLOIL GP-501MR) Grease (MOLYKOTE X5-6020) Grease (MOLYKOTE BR-2 Plus) Part code UKOG-0326FCZZ/UKOG-0326FC11 UKOG-0280FCZZ/UKOG-0280FCZ1 UKOG-0162FCZZ UKOG-0123FCZZ UKOG-0299FCZZ UKOG-0012QSZZ UKOG-0307FCZZ UKOG-0235FCZZ UKOG-0312FCZZ UKOG-0013QSZZ UKOG-0158FCZZ UKOG-0097FCZZ MX-C250 OTHERS 13 – 1 Note For transfer belt Other shaft OPC drum RSPF paper feed roller shaft .[13] OTHERS MX-C250 Service Manual 1.

LEAD-FREE SOLDER The PWB’s of this model employs lead-free solder. stored in a retrieval system. Use enough care to separate the soldering iron from the PWB when ALLofRIGHTS RESERVED. The “LF” marks indicated on the PWB’s and the Service Manual mean “Lead-Free” solder. The alphabet following the LF mark shows the kind of lead-free solder. it is apt to keep the soldering iron in contact with the PWB for longer time. use lead-free solder thread. and its soldering XXXX BYSHARP CORPORATION capacity is inferior to conventional one. mechanical. which is about 40°C higher than that of conventional lead solder. recording. . (2) NOTE FOR SOLDERING WORK © Since the melting-point of lead-freeCOPYRIGHT solder is about 220°C. To avoid this. clean the soldering iron No part of this publication may be reproduced. or transmitted in If the soldering iron tip is discolored black during soldering work. Never use conventional lead solder thread. the use of the exclusive-use soldering iron is recommended. electronic. photocopying. This may cause land separation or may exceed the heat-resistive temperature components. which may cause a breakdown or an accident. tip after completion of soldering work. Example: <Solder composition code of lead-free solder> Lead-Free 5mm Solder composition code (Refer to the table at the right. If different-kind solder remains on the soldering iron tip. Turn ON/OFF the soldering iron power frequently. the iron tip may corrode easily.) a Solder composition Solder composition code Sn-Ag-Cu a Sn-Ag-Bi Sn-Ag-Bi-Cu b Sn-Zn-Bi z Sn-In-Ag-Bi i Sn-Cu-Ni n Sn-Ag-Sb s Bi-Sn-Ag-P Bi-Sn-Ag p (1) NOTE FOR THE USE OF LEAD-FREE SOLDER THREAD When repairing a lead-free solder PWB. Since lead-free solder includes a greater quantity of tin. any form or by any means. completion of soldering is confirmed. or otherwise. Since the melting-point of lead-free solder thread is about 40°C higher than that of conventional lead solder thread. it is melted together with lead-free solder. clean and file the tip with steel wool or a fine filer. without prior written permission of the publisher.

jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer’s instructions. (English) Caution ! Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par le constructeur. . Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. ENLEVEZ LA PILE DU PRODUIT ET PRENEZ CONTACT AVEC VOTRE AGENCE ENVIRONNEMENTALE LOCALE POUR DES INFORMATIONS SUR LES MÉTHODES DE RECYCLAGE ET DE TRAITEMENT. CANADA) “BATTERY DISPOSAL” THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM PRIMARY (MANGANESS DIOXIDE) MEMORY BACK-UP BATTERY THAT MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion. Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux instructions du fabricant. (German) Achtung Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien. REMOVE THE BATTERY FROM THE PRODUCT AND CONTACT YOUR LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES FOR INFORMATION ON RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL OPTIONS.CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT (Danish) ADVARSEL ! Lithiumbatteri – Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering. Als Ersatzbatterien dürfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden. Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. (French) ATTENTION Il y a danger d’explosion s’ il y a remplacement incorrect de la batterie. “TRAITEMENT DES PILES USAGÉES” CE PRODUIT CONTIENT UNE PILE DE SAUVEGARDE DE MÉMOIRE LITHIUM PRIMAIRE (DIOXYDE DE MANGANÈSE) QUI DOIT ÊTRE TRAITÉE CORRECTEMENT. Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren. Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen. (Swedish) VARNING Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. (Finnish) VAROITUS Paristo voi räjähtää. CAUTION FOR BATTERY DISPOSAL (For USA. Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.

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