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SP-A310

Service & Parts Manual

September 1996 +-’


Revision C-02
WARNING LABELS

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SAFETY INFORMATlON
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ALL Areas
INTERNAL LASER RADIATION

Maximum radiation power: 8.8 x lo4 (W)


Wavelength: 770-8 10 MI
This is a Class Bib Laser Diode Assy. that has an invisible Laser Beam. The Print Head
Unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM. Therefore, the Print Head Unit should not be
opened under any circumstances.

U.S.A. Only
LASER SAFETY
This LBP printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Food, Drug
and Cosmetic Act of 1990. This means that the LBP printer does not produce hazardous laser
radiation.
Since radiation emitted inside the LBP printer is completely confined within protective
housing and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the LBP printer during
any phase of user operation.

CDRH REGULATIONS
The Center for Devices and R&ological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These
regulations apply to laser products manufactured from August 1, 1976. Compliance is
mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The label shown in the figure
indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products
marketed in the United States-.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE LASER PRODUCT
This product is classified as a Class 1 Laser Product under the CDRH Regulations U.S.A..

CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to manufacture’s instructions.

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Denmark Only .
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig hhdtering.
Udskifining m4 kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Lever det brugte batter-i tilbage til leverandoren.

Norway Only
ADVARSEL
Lithiumbatteri-Bksplosjonsfare.
Ved utskifting benyttes kun batter-i som anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten.
Brukt batteri retumeres apparatleverand@ren.

Sweden Only
-. VARNING
( Explosionsfara vid felaktigt bat&byte.
AMind samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekommenderas av apparativerkaren.
Kassera anvXnt batter-i enligt fabrikantens in&&ion.
VARNING!
Osynlig laserstr&ting n3r denna de1 ar oppnad och sp&-ren 2r urkopplad.
Behakta ej St&en.

Finland Only
VAROITIJS
Pristo voi r&jahM jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. H&vita tiytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
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1- VARO!
Avattaessa ja suojalulcitus ohitettasessa olet ahtiina n&ymatt(lmtie lasersateilylle.
&4 katso sateeseen.

New Zealand Only


Warning
“Immediately disconnect the equipment should it become physically damaged, and arrange
for its disposal or repair before reconnecting.”
“Disconnect the Telecom Network connection before disconnecting the Power connection
prior to relocating the equipment, and reconnect the Poker first.”

User Instruction (For all users)


The outlet should be located near the printer and should be easily accessible.

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Please read the following for your own protection.

A Caution 1
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Opening the cover indicated by the Caution label below may expose you to
harmful laser radiation which could cause damage or loss of eyesight. Do not
C Open the Cover when the power is on.

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PRECAUTIONS

(1) Precautlbns
Refer to D: DISASSEMBLY/ CLEANING for the Disassembly procedure.
Be sure to unplug the printer befcre disassembling and cleauing. pczzi&q
1. When unplugging ccumec tors on the P.WI3.s themselves, always make sum the power is OFF first.
2. Always unplug conrxctors by holding the connector housing. Pulling on the power cord can lead
to problems with poor contact.
3.Itisrec canmended that a body ground not be used when carrying out any trouble-shooting
procedure. Be sure to ground DC lines to a ground test point on the P.W.B.

(2) At Replacement/ Adjustment/ Cleaning pGiq


l.BesuretohandletheFusingUnitcarefullyastheunitisstillhotforawhileafbertheprinteris
stopped-
;- 2. Do not disassemble the Imaging Cartridge or the Print Head Unit
t: 3.UseonlyaPuseoftheindicatedrating.

(3) During Operation A Caution


1. Keep your hands. clothing, etc. well away from operating or rotating parts.
2. Never touch the temhals d electrical parts or high voltage parts.
3.Thisprinbuisusinganinvisiblelaserbeam.Topleventalaserbeamleak.theprintermaLesatri~
runtobesurethecoversarein@tion.

HANDLING THE P.W.B.

Observe the folIowing precautions when handling a P.W.B. with ICs.

(1) During Transportation/ Storage

1. During transport and storage, P.WB.s should be kept incarductive bags or on mats and not taken
i: out lmkss absolutely rEce.ssary.
2. P.WBs should be stored in a place where direct sunlight does not strike them.
3.Don0ttouch1Ctermin&withyourhands.

(2) At Replacement
1. Before removing connectors from a P.WB.. make sure the printer has been ~npluggcd
2. When P.WB.s are taken out of their conductive bags or off their mats, hold them by t&sir edges to
avoid touching the term&Is or the patterned surfaces.
3.BeforeinstallingumnectcrsonaP.WB..makesuretheprinterhasbeenunplugged.

(3) At Inspection

1. Avoid checking a P.WB. with testers; instead, use operating pa.tQ of the printer. mdicatrx ktrps,
and other means to evaluate operational umditions.
2. Be careful not to short-circuit IC terminals when using metal instruments or screws.
3. If it is necessary to touch elements on the P.W.B. with your hand, make sure your body is properly
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CONTENTS

A: PRODUCT INSTALLATION

1. PRECAUITON FOR INSTALLATION ...................................................................................... A- 1


l-l. Installation Site ................................................................................................................... A-l
1-2. Ekonmental Requirementi ............................................................................................. A-l
l-3. Power Rquirements ........................................................................................................... A-l
2. INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................... A- 1
2-l. cannectioa .......................................................................................................................... A-l
2-2. space Requirements ............................................................................................................ A-2

B: GENERAL INFORMATION

1. SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................... B-l


2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION ......................................................................................................... B-3
3. COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................................................................................ B-4
4. GEARS/ ROLLERS ASSIGNMENT .......................................................................................... B-5
5. ELECTRICAL CfX4POMENT LAYOUT .................................................................................. B-6
6. CONNEcroRs LAYOUT ........................................ .................................................................. B-7
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7. SWlXElES/ SENSORS IDEN’IlFICA&N ....................................................... :a.. ........... B-8
8. ELECl.RlCAL SERVICE PARTS ON P. W. BOARDS .............................................................. B-9
9. SYSTEM LAYOUT ................................................................................................................... B-10
9-l. Drive Se&m .................................................................................................................... B-10
9-2.ElectridSection ................................................................ ..- .......................................... B-11
10. SEQUENCE FLOW .................................................................................................................. B-12
11. CIRCUITDIAGRAM .............................................................................................................. B-13

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C: MECHANICAL/ ELECTRICAL
1. PRINTING PROCESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-l ,*
2. PAPER FEfZDlNG ........................................................................................................................
C-2
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2-1. Multi-purpose Tray .............................................................................................................
2-2. second Cassette Tray ..........................................................................................................
c-3
C4
3. IMAGING CARTRIDGE ............................................................................................................
4. CHARGING .................................................................................................................................
c-5
5. ExPosuRE cP/Hl ........................................................................................................................
c-5

6. DEVELOPMENT .........................................................................................................................
C-6

7.TRANsFER ..................................................................................................................................
C-6
8. FUSING ........................................................................................................................................
c-7
9. PAPER EXIT/ DUPLEX .............................................................................................................. C-8
.- 9.1. Paper Exit ............................................................................................................................
C-8
: ( 9-2. Duplex (Option) .................................................................................................................. C-8
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10. PRINTING SEQUENCE ............................................................................................................
c-9
l&l. sriuting seqmnce ..............................................................................................................
10-2. Multiple sequence .............................................................................................................
C-9
10-3. Fkdiug sequeuce ...............................................................................................................
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104. Duplex SeqEnce .............................................................................................................c-10
10-S. Power ON sequence ........................................................................................................ c-10

D: DISASSEMBLY/ CLEANING
1. MAINTENANCE/ INSPECTION ............................................................................................... D-l
l-l. Replacement of Parts .......................................................................................................... D-l
1-2. cbauiug Parts D-l
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1-3. Required Send Tools ....................................................................................................... D-l
s- 2. DISASSDlBLY PROCE5DURE .................................................................................................. D-2
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2-1. Outer cover ........................................................................................................................
D-2
2-2. Fusing unit .............................................”. . . . . . .. .........................................................
........ D-2
2-3. Image Traasfer Unit ............................................................................................................ D-6
24. High Voltage Unit ............................................................................................................... D-6
D-7
2-5. Power unit ..........................................................................................................................
D-7
2-6. Print Head Unit ...................................................................................................................
2-7. Paper Empty Sensor Assy. .................................................................................................. D-8
2-8. Paper Take-up Roll Assy. D-8
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2-9. Registration Roller by ...................................................................................................... D-8
2- 10. Drive Unit .......................................................................................................................D-9
2-11.Dup1exunit ...................................................................................................................... D-9

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E: ADJUSTMENT
. 1. IMAGE REGISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,. ~,,.......,“,.............................,..............................................E -l

F: TROUBLE-SHOOTING
1. TROUBLE DETECTION ............................................................................................................ .F- 1
F-l
l-l. JAMDetection .....................................................................................................................
1-2. Fusing unit nlaanaion ..................................................................................................... E2
l-3.W mahnction ................................................................................................................ F-2
l-4. Polygon Motor malfimction ................................................................................................ F-2
l-5. Fan Motar malfunction ....................................................................................................... P2
l-6. Main Motor malfunction .................................................................................................... z-2
2. AClTON FOR DETECTED JAM OR MALILJNCI’ION ............................................................F-3
F-3
2-1. JAM1 ..................................................................................................................................
J?-3
2-2. JAM2 ..................................................................................................................................
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2-3. JAh43 ..................................................................................................................................
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2-4. JAM4 .................................................................................................................................
2-S. Fusing unit IIlahndal ..................................................................................................... ES
2-6. Laser malfuoctoo ............................................................................................................... ES
2-7. Polygon Motcx malfunction ............................................................................................... s-5
2-8. Fan Motor malfunction ..................................................................- ...................................T-5
2-9. Main Motor m-on -.................................................................................................... J-5
3. Ol-HER DETECTED TROUBLE ................................................................................................ F-6
. . 3-1. NoPower ..............................“.....: .............................................................................F-6
3-2. Skew ...................................................................................................................................F-6
4. IMAGE QUALlTY TROUBLE ................................................................................................... .F-7
“F-7
Black/ White lines .....................................................................................................................
.;.................................P-7
IJtdmlltal lines ......................................................................................
LowimageDensity ................................................................................................................... .F-7
Fogsyb=kground ................................................................................................................... F-7
No Image (Hank/ Black) ........................................................................................................... F-8
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Offset Image .............................................................................................................................

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A: PRODUCT INSTALLATION

1. PREC]AlJTION FOR NjlXlLATION ...................................................................................... A- 1


l-l. Jnstallation Site ................................................................................................................... A-l
l-2.lzLwirm td llequireme~ts ............................................................................................. A-l
l-3. Power Requirements ........................................................................................................... A-l

2. INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................... A-l


2-1. Gmuection .......................................................................................................................... A-l
(- 2-2. space Requirements ........................................................................................................... A-2
1. PRECAUTION FOR INSTALLATION
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l-l. Installation Site ’
When installing the printer, please avoid the types of locations listed below. both for safety
considerations and to avoid breakdowns.

- Which is exposed to direct sunlight.


- Which is damp or dusty.
- Where it may be splashed with water.
- Which is tilted or subject to undue vibratlon.
- Where it will be subject to extremely high or low temperature or humidity.
- Where it will be subject to sudden fluctuations In either temperature or humidlty.
- Which is near volatile flammables or corrosive gas
- Which is in the direct air stream of an air conditioner, heater, or ventilator.
- Which Is near a IV set or radio.
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1-2. Environmental Requirements
In order to make sure the printer functions in good conditi~ please make sme the ambii enviraunent
saiis6esthefollawingn4uirements:

TemperahUt? lOto350C Temperaturektuation rtl~Cperhourculess


Humidity 15to85%RH Humidity fluctuation of r2090 RH per hour or less
Height o-2500m Atmospheric pressure760 hPa or more -
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l-3. Power Requirements


Do not plug the Power Cord into a power outlet via an extension cord supplying electricity to more than
onelmk
Power 120v 6oHz 22ov-24ovsoHi
Voltage fluctuaticm *lO%
I- l3-qmcyfluchlation *3Hz
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When any other electric appliance is sourced from the same power outlet make sure tb.at th: current capacity of
the outlet is not exceeded.
- Ensure that the power outlet is not hidden bebind any object, allowing the user to immediately unplug the
power cord whennecessary.
- The power cord should not be cracked or scratched.

2. INSTALLATION

2-1. Connection
The following items should be connected before use.
- Connea the Intezface Cable.
- Connect the Power Cord

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2-2. Space Requirements
Note: The htinimum Space requireme n$ for indhion of the printer are enclosed in a a TO ensure
easy operation, replacement of comma ble, and main- service jobs, provide the fotiowing space fa
the installation of the printer.

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175 -15

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B: GENERAL INFORMATION
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1. SPECIFICATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-l
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2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3


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3. COMhENT IAYOUT ............................................................................................................ B-4


4. GEARS/ ROLLERS ASSICXMENT ........................................................................................... B-5
5. ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ................................................................................... B-6
6. CO-ORS LAYOUT ........................................................................................................ . B-7
7. SWlTCBE.S/ SENSORS IDENTIPICATION .............................................................................. B-8
8. FXECIRIW SERVICE PARTS ON P.W. BOgRDS .............................................................. B-9
9. SYSTEM LAYOUT ................................................................................................................... B-10
9-l. Drive Section .................................................................................................................... B-10
9-2. Ele&cal section .............................................................................................................. B-l 1
10. SEQUENCE FLOW ................................................................................................................. B-12
11. URCUlTDL4GRAM .............................................................................................................. B-13
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
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Printing systerri

Exposure system :LascIDiodc+PolygcnlMimxscanning


Print density :64Xldpi
Print Image :S~~~within5mmcdpa~edge,Multiprint:within75mmafpaper~ge
Printing time :SblgkpKiIlt 16saiA4C
Dupkxpiint 26sec/A4C
Multi printing time :shgleprint 2Osh1xtslmip/A4C
Duplexpint 125pagcs/min/A4C
Paper size : h-fdti-purposeTray !92-33Omm(w)x14O-483mm(L)
A3. A4. M. B4. BS. Lettet. Supa B size
OBP, Transparency, Letterbead F’o~tcard Label
Thick Paper (91 - 157gM)
:25oSheet~tte210-2~mm(W)x148-432mmQ
ML,A4LK.A5C,B4L.B5C.kttu~C
:ordiMlyPlainPapcr(6Woghn%lkWJ~Paper(6o-~g/m3
: 2 way system 1st Multi-~ Tray (150 sheets a)
2nduIli~~cassette(250~~-
PaperExitsystem :Faccdown(5OOshtx~~A4O
Wamwptime - : within 70 sttaldd (when power supplied ti zoo
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Svstem speed : 93.8mdscc.
Fusing system. :Eteat~llerfusiIlgsystem
Charging system :RotatiqhrgcBxuhsysIem
Development :Fine system
Drum deaning’ :CkmingBlade
Separating system :papaseparatar
image Transfer system : RcLkT~ansfer system
Dimensions :545mm(w)x383mm~)x403mm~~~Paper~~
Weight : Approx. 24 kg (miloutlmagiJlg cardridge 1.9 kg. Caltroller 0.5 W
... CT:: Power supply : AC 120V 6OEx. 220V - 240V 50/60&
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.. Power Consumption : 750 w or less (opcratioll)f 12ov
200 w or less (stanciby)/ 120v
30 w or less (low power)/ 120v
AaxMic Noise : 53 dB (A) or less (Operation)/ standard type
38 cIB (A) or less (Standby)
Monthly Duty Cycle : 50,000 prints
I. CafMge operating life : 10,~ pr;nts 0~ IIXUX (when the black-to-white ratio is 5% on multi pints)
ThueiStOWUnpty&tif=
EXiiGtE3.%5 :ozinlc 0.04 mgh? (0.02 ppm or less)
Dust 0.25 mghl’ or less

,- : Accessories : Power cord


Imagingcartridge
_’ 250 Sheet cassette (A3/ Super B)
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: Options : 500 Sheet Thir<cassette unit
250 Sheet Third Cassette Unit
500 Sheet Cassette (A4/Letter)
250 Sheet Cassette (A3/ Super B)
Duplex Unit

: 250 Sheet Cassetje


Paper : Ordinary Plain Paper/ Recycled Paper (6WO g/mz)
Paper size : 210 - 297 mm (width) x 148 - 432 mm (length)
A3 L, A4 WC. A5 C. B4 C. B5 C, Letter L/C (L: lengthwise. c: crosswise)
Paper Feeding system : Paper Snger system. 250 sheets

: 500 Sheet Cassette


Paper : Ordinary Plain Paper/ Recycled Paper (aCr90 gim2)
Paper size : A4 C or Letter C (L: lengthwise. C: uosswise)
Paper Feeding system : PaF finger system, 500 sheets

: Third Cassette Unit


Paper : Ordinary Plain Paper/ Recycled Paper (60-90 g/m?
Paper size :A3L.B4L.A4UC.B5C.A5C,LetterUC
Paper Feeding : 250 sheet Cat&e (250 sheets maximum)
Detecting Paper : Paper empty: 0 sheet
Paper nearempty 1: 50 sheets or less. Paper near-empty 2: 250 sheets
System speed : 95.6 mm/ sec.
Power supply : 5V - O.lA/ 24V - 0.3A maximum (Supplied from printer.)
Dimensions :545mm(w)x377mm(D)x1O6mm(H)
Weight : Approx. 5.4 kg (Third Cassette Unit 3.3 kg + 250 Sheet Cassette 2.1 kg)
!--‘ Third C. Unit operating life :24QOOGsheetsor5years

: Duplex Unit
Paper : Ordinary Plain Paper/ Recycled Paper (64-90 g/m2)
Paper size :A~L,B~L.A~L/C.B~C.~C.L~~~~XL/C
System speed : 95.7 mm/ sec.
Power supply : 5V - 0.3N 24V - l.OA maximum (Supplied itom prinrer.)
Dimensions :424mm(w)x7lmm(D)x244mm0
Weight : Approx. 2.1 kg
Duplex Unit operating life : 150,000 sheets or 5 years

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2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION

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OSS3-bo21 8

1. Paper Feed Tray


2. Paper Exit Tray
3. Upper Unit Lock Release Lever
4. Duplex Unit (Option)
5. Duplex Lower Cover
6. Interface Connector
7. !33cod Cassette Unit
8. Third Cassette Unit (Option)
9. Imaging Cartridge
10.500 Sheet Letter Cassette (Option)
11.250 Shset Cassette

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3. COMPONENT LAYOUT
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1. Print Head Unit 15. Registration Sensor (PCRl )


2. A3 Exit Tray (stored type) 16. Regislration Roller
3. Paper Exit Tray 17. 2nd Transport Roller
4. Imaging Cartridge 18. 2nd Paper Take-up Roller
5. Charge f3rush 19.2nd Paper Empty Sensor (PE2)
6. Paper Exit Roller 20.2nd Paper Near-empty Sensor (PNE2)
7. Upper Fusing Roller 21. Paper Lifting Plate
8. Paper Exit Sensor (PC3) 22.3rd Cassette Unit (Option)
9. Lower Fusing Roller 23.2nd Cassette Unit
10. Duplex Transport Roller (Option) 24. ML&purpose Tray
11. Duplex Paper Sensor (PC4) 25. Paper Take-up Roll
12. Image Transfer Roller 26. Paper Empty Sensor (PEl)
13. Paper Take-up Sensor (PCl) 1 Paper Near-empty Sensor (PNEl)
14. Duplex Cover Switch (Option) 27. Toner Empty Sensor (TEI)
4. GEARS/ ROLLERS ASSIGNMENT
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The Main Motor (Ml) transmits the drive to the rollers of the printer and the optional 3rd Cassette Unit via
each gear. The duplex unit Transport Motor (M5) fnnsmiti the drive to rollers aE the Duplex Unit.
(Refer to C: MECHANICAL 2-2.2nd Cassette Unit, 9-2. Duplex Utit)

Pam Exit Roller

Gear Ratios

1.20
2. 77
3. 75
4. 39/18
5.33
6.31/22
7.38
9.6oR3
10.39
11.15
1.2. 15
13.39
14.14
15.18R3
1 6 . 2 4
17.14
18.20
19.14/17
20.16
21.44
22.601'23
23.7Otl6
24.18
25.63/27
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:- 27. 44.134
28.18
.29. 15Rl
30.44
31.25
32.31R5

Paper Take-up Roll


Trahqm? Roller T\ransport Gear

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5. ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT

M6

PWB-B
PC4
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i PWB-A Main control Board PC1 Papar Take-up Sensor
PWB-C 2nd Cassette Unit Board PC3 Paper Exit Sensor
PWB-E Power Unit PCRI Registration Sensor
PWB-F High Voltage Unit PEl Paper Empty Sensor
PWBG Toner Empty Board PNEI Paper Near-empty Sensor
PWB-R Resistor Board PE2 2nd Paper Empty Sensor
Ml Main Motor PNE2 2nd Papar Near-empty Sensor
M3 Fusing Fan Motor H’ L Heater Lamp
M4 Power Fan Motor TEI Toner Empty Sensor
SLI Paper Take-up Solenoid THI Thermistor
SL2 2nd Papar Take-up Solenoid TSI Thermostat
..” . . . . . . ..“.“....._ “.“.^.i.“...” ..*-” . . . . . . . . . :‘” . . . . ...“.... . . . . . ...“...

CL1 Registration Clutch r-l . . .._..“..... . . Duplex


...“- .-...... Unit
.“...“. (@bon)
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Sl Power Switch
s2 Interlock Switch
s3 Duplex Cover Switch
s4 2nd Paper Size Switch
6. CONNECTORS LAYOUT
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PWEA Main Control Board CNI OA Paper Take-up Sensor
PWB-C 2nd Cassette Unit Board CN3 Paper Exit Sensor
PWB-E Power Unit CNl OA Registration Sensor
PWB-F High Voltage Unit CNGA Paper Empty Sensor
CN5A Main Motor CN3A Paper Near-empty Sensor
CN2F Fusing Fan Motor CN8A 2nd Paper Empty Sensor
CNSE Power Fan Motor CN8A 2nd Paper Near-empty Sensor
CN2B(PH) Transport Motor CN2(YL) Heater Lamp
CNI B(PH) Switch back Motor CNEA Toner Empty Sensor
CN12A Paper Take-up Solenoid CN5 Therm&of
cN3c 2nd Paper Take-up Solenoid CIWYL) Ttkmostat
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“.S”...“. . . . .--.--.-_-.. - ..“~...............
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CN8 Registration Clutch Duplex Unit (Option)


CNl E Power Switch PWB-B Duplex Control Board
CN3E Interlock Switch CN4B .
Duplex Cover Switch
CN8A 2nd Paper Size Switch CN11A , Duplex Paper Sensor, (CN15) i

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7. SWITCHES/ SENSORS IDENTIFICATION
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* Printer, Duplex Unit.
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Function
Turns powex ON and OFF.

s2 Interlock Switch

!33 Duplex Cover Switch (Option)

s4 2nd Paper Size Switch

PC1 Paper Take-up Sensor

Detects the paper exit ofFus& Unit Active: ‘WY

De&da paper in Duplex Unit. Active: ‘z”

Defects the timing of 2nd Cassette Unit. Duplex Unit: ‘z”


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Detects paper empty condition. Active: ‘H”

PNEl Paper Near-empty Se&&r Detects 50 sheets of paper. Active: ‘H”

PE2 2nd Paper Empty Sensor Detects paper empty of 2nd Cassette Unit. Active: “E

PNE2-1 2nd Paper Near-empty Detects 50 sheets ofpapesfor 2nd Cassette Unit.
Sensor Active: ‘33”
PNE2-2 2nd Paper Near-empty Detects 250 sheets of paper for 2nd Cassette Unit
Sensor Active: “ET
i TEI Toner Empty Sensor Detects toner empty condition. Active: ‘z”

THl Thermistor Detects the kmperature of Upper Fusing Roller.

I TSl
I Thermostat Cuts OFF the current to Heater Lamp when temperature is I

E-8
8. ELECTRICAL SERVICE PARTS ON P.W. BOARDS

PWB-A
mw y2op
CN3
CNl

VRlA
0
CN5 CN6 CN7 CN8 CN9 CNlO CNll
r-q
j-7q7p1[2p1~1op1)2pll1Ip]

PWB-F - I VRl
0+ I
V R 3 @ VR5 VR6
0 @
2P CN2
0 r-l
I I 1 I

.PWB-E CNl rl F 2 CN5 m

cm
Fl
CN2
CN3 q
RV2
@ C N 4 :,
P
c

B-9
9. SYSTENl LAYOUT

9-1. Drive S&on


: Mechanical Control and Sensor Layout

Main Control
Board
(PWB-A)

Transport Roller /Paper Take-up Sensor m!


I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -. . I . . . . .

Transfer Roller
I\ Fusing Roller
/ Paper Exit Roller

Registration Clutch piin Sensor


a-1 1

1
;sas.sgtiG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #” .*. . . . . . . .
Polygon Motor
uw iCurrent of LD
! ,.......................................................... e...... . . . .

Themstor (I Hi)
khemwstat (X31 )
1 ,...............,...,.........,,.......................,...,.......... i

............................. ..............
jt%$‘i’Empty Sensor (Pl2)

\ iEg..sa* .@$. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . *. . . . . . .
I<. Switchback Motor
w3)

duplex Paper Sen=r VJ T


i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . c4)1
....... ’
I
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B-10
9-2. Electrical Section
: Power Supply and Signal Transmission

,....” . . . . . . OEM
.“ .” . . . . . . ” . Setup
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a. . .b
I s
I Control Panel
II

1 Print Head Unit 1

Imaging Cartridge
(7’. e
Is MOtW
f Solenoid
a Cllltdl
C
e

Unit (PWB-F)

I :
._-_--...._.._._1..1.~..--- - Signal line

(7
lAC 1 AX~XXV Power line

-The Power source supplies DC+SV and DC+24V to the main control board and AC to the Heater Lamp.
-ThePrinterreceivesprintdataframthehostPCthroughaninterface.
-‘Zhe~olleradjus$thesizeandpositionoftbeprint&tatogenerateimage~Printingoccursafter
theimagedatahasbeentransmittedtothePrintHeadunitviat~emain~olbosrd.
- The main control board controls the various parts of the qine. Print Head unit, and Duplex Unit. l%ird
Gw&teuniL

B-11
IO. Sequence Flow
... .
To can-y out printing cyclks, s&&Is are transferred between the Controller, main control and -d-+7
engine as shown below.

Host PC

Controller Main Control

f!.z+cT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Interface
.-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
v
I I
T I.- I I Command Processor

Standby
I
I

Image Processing

yl?
Feeding

k
(-:.. -H. SYNC
Charging
Image Line Memory Exposed (PM
-Line.Data
w Transfer

B-l 2
11. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
I I Duplex unit (oprron)

CNSA(PH)

Imaging Carlr
PartsY*
lx4

Pq.w Exit
s-
I ClUl(CS)
2nd Cas9etlo Unit
I
CNZ(CS) CNl(Cl-)’
3rd cw9atlo Urtil (opa)

1
PWB-c -i-l tip** ‘.
T--

Thumistor
I
I
110, 1
Ragiul~tbn
i CMCh

‘;
CN6A 2nd Papu Empty sotwar 3rd Pqxr Empty s,mwr

““‘FS PM-Q 1
TEl

“T
CN 0 7 PWB-0
-I
Prinl Head utdl
I

I,
2

..
LD Board

dr
:
:
1
:N12A

24V +24
kmm GNI Yl Pdygon Motor
stall/St0
CbC
La: L

1
:NlF(CTI CNlM
Uppwhoww Fusiq Fwlrr
sv
‘m Ram CN7A(PH )
24V
tuo2
2 I N0l-l
COllt-lbClbll

W
PCRl
EVR
iv-B.VR

xm
is HL.Run

CN4ACJ :NIE&H) CNPE(UP-(I) Hmahl Lamp


1
PWF

Heafrr& !i PlJl
+24V(S
PWB-E
3jr!
CNSA(NH) ‘V 8
4. 1V

I
h4aln Motor
Ml
4
I
CN’IA
Power Svrlch
PWB-A

iY tY.lbw
; G yGrwn
i Pal Photo serlwr
-._

C: MECHANICAL/ ELECTRICAL
-

1. PRINTING PROCESS ................................................................................................................. C-l


2. PAPER FEEDING ..................... .I............................................................................................... c-2
2-1. Multi-purpose Tray ............................................................................................................. C-2
2-2. Secmd Cassette Tray ......................................................................................................... C-3
3. IMAGING CARTRIDGE ..................................................................................................... .:. .... c-4
4. CHARGlNG ................................................................................................................................. c-5
5. ExEmmRE (p/-H) ....................................................................................................................... c-5
6. DEVELOPMENT ........................................................................................................................ C-6
7. TIUNSFER ................................................................................................................................. c-6
8. FUSING ....................................................................................................................................... C-7
9. PAPER EXJT/DUPLEX ............................................................................................................. C-8
9-1. Paper Exit ........................................................................................................................... C-8
9-2. Duplex (Option) ................................................................................................................. C-8

10. PRINTING SEQUENCE ........................................................................................................... c-9


l0-l.Starting sequence .............................................................................................................. c-9
10-2. Multiple sequence ............................................................................................................. C-9
10-3, millg sequence .................................................................... ..*... ..................................... c-9
loA. Duplex Print seqmce .................................................................................................... c-10
10-5. Power ON sequence ....................................................................................................... C-10
I. PRINTING PROCESS
,> : . . . I

9. Paper Exit/ Duplex

I : Sensor
C-l
2. PAPER FEEDING

- Paper is fed from either the multi-purpose tray (holding up to 150 sheets of paper) or the 2nd paper tray.
commanlycalledtheuniversalcasse~fholdingupto25Osbeetsafpaper).~optianalThirdcassetteUnit
may be installed to serve as a fixed cassette capable of holding 500 sheets of paper (1 a univenal cassette
capable of holding 250 sheets of paper.)
-ThePapatake-uprolltakesupasheetafpaperandthe~~rollerfeedsittothePC~.
-Thesignalindicatingthatthepapertake-upsensorIPCl)isactivatedisusedto&terminethestamngpositian
oftheimage.
- Tke paper nearempty sensor (PNEl) detects a umdition ia which the amount of paper still available for use
ia50sheetsor1ess.

2-1. Multl-purpose Tray


- The drive is trauami#ed from the main drive motor (Ml) to the paper take-up clutch (one-way clutch), paper
take-up roll, and the push-down cam.
- When the paper take-up solenoid (SLl) is eneqixd. the paper take-up roll and push-down cam turn one
complete turn. As the push-down cam turns. the paper lifting plate is raised so that the paper tak-up roll can
t& up one sheet of paper. The friction with the separator pad ensures thatonlyoaesheetcxfpaperistaktn
upatatimebythepapertake-uproll.

Pushdown Cam Transport Roll Paper

Paper Take-up Sensor (PCl)

Paper Take-up Clutch

\
Paper Near-empty Sensor (PNEl) Paper Take-up Roll

Paper Empty Sensor (PEI) Paper Take-up Solenoid (SLl)


/

\<
Paper lifting Plate

c-2
2-2. Second Cassette Tray f. ’
- The drive for the secmd paper tray is transmitted from the printer to the intermediary gear. paper take-up Clut4
paper take-up roll, and the tmqxxt rollex.
- The secad paper tray is cmtrolled by the main control board @WB-A) via the control board (FWB-C).
-whenthepapertake-upsolenoid(sL2)isene~tbepapertahe-uprollisturnedonecamplete~totakeup
a sheet of paper and the transport roller feeds it to the PC drum. The paper separator fingers prevent the-secmd
andsubsequentsheetsdpaperfranbeingtaLenupwiththefirstane.
-Thepapersizeswitches(S4-1.2.3,and4)anthecontrolboard~-c)&tectthesizeofthepaperloadedin~~
~ay.‘Ihecambinatiansinwhich~switcbesarehrmedaoandoffarelistedbelowtorepresent~
.
- k~~~kr+mpty sensor (PNE2) detects a cmdition in which the amount of paper still available for use is 50
sheets cr less or 250 ar less. (J%e optional Third Cassette Unit is conligured in tbe same way.)

: Paper size Switch

,-
Note: 0: ON, 1: OFF

Transport Roller

Paper Intermediary Gear

Contn
(PL-v,
I
Paper 5ize Plate Paper’Size Switch (S4-1,2,3,4)

c-3
3. IMAGING CARTRIDGE

- The illustration below shows the c&&ction of the PC drum charge unit and developing tit

Charse Brush

Cleaning Blade

.< i-

Agitator Blade

Pa& Fuse
/
Toner Hopper Toner Jeed Roller S&eve Roller
Cleaner Mirror/
window
4. CHARGING
n
. :
1 t
- A rotary brush is used to charge tbe PC Drum by static electricity More laser exposure. It applies &arg(’
directly to the PC Drum at a low voltage and tkrefore the Bmouat of ozone produced is only negligiile.

Charge Brush Charge bias


\

Laser

_,-
(

5. EXPOSURE (P/H)

-..
t.

Laser Diie

Polygon Mirror \

PC Drum
6. DEVELOPMENT
--. . F+-.
- The developiug unit feeds tauz to the electrostatic latent image on the surface of the PC drum to produce a
visible toner image.
-WbentbeprintcycleisstartedandtheMaindrivemotor(Ml)isenergized.theslafacepotentialafthePCdrum
is approx. OV. The sleeve roller voltage is made positive to prevent @leI fram stiCkiUg to the OV alEaS.
-~LEDonPWB-Gemitslightwhichisthen~fl~tedoffthemirroainsidethetonerhopperforuseinthe
detection of a tfmer-empty ccndilion. Readings are taken while the Main drive motoI *isturning.

+leeve Roller

PWB-F

Hiih Volt-
age Unit PC Drum

seal kas
Ton\er Feed Roller
\
Toner Ern@Se&or (TEl) 0693-CO62

7. TRANSFER

N e e d l e pole
PC Drum
\ \ /
PC Drum
L

Transfer guide \-Transfer roller


Transfer bias AOOOV I
‘1
OSS461
ocEE-co71
8. FUSING
.
-Thefusingunitpennanen tly fixes the toner image onto the paper. This is accomplished by a he&d roller. The _
upper fusing roller, which is heated by a Hater L&p built into it, melts the toner and then the upper and lower
fusingrolkspressthemeltitcmerintothepaper.
- The thermistor ml) detects the temperature of the upper fusing rok for fusing tcmpemture controL
- Ibe thermostat (IX) turns OFF as it senses an abnamally high temperatunz. these&y cutting oEcmnnt to the
Heater Lamp 021).

: Fusing Temperature Control Circuit


- The tbamistor (TEl) detects the suface tan- of the upper fusing roller and inputs the carrespanding
analog voltage. to MIPU.
-TheHeaterLamp~l)istumedONorOFFbyasignalfromMPUou~accardingtothetemperature
detected by the tbermistar. thereby controlling thetempenture of the upper fusing roller.
- Whn the thermistor detects ~JI abnormally high temperature. MKJ forces the Heater Lamp OFF.

(‘Y
. Thermistor (THl) Detects Analog Voltagje
PWEA Thermistor
in

: Fusing Unit Temperature Control

1. During warm-up The @T@I starts w&m-up to attah a temperature of approx. 190°C when the power
ssvitchistmnedON.
2. During print cycle On receiving a print camman& the printez starts a temperature control cycle to keep the
c-. uppa fusing rollix temperature at approx. MPC
t
3. During standby ‘I& uppex fusing rokr temperatute is maintained at approx. 1WC.

4. Energy saving The contxoller sigrk turns OFF the. Heater Lamp.

Temperature
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ." . . . . . . . . . . . I . Curve
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.. .
Thermistor

lhrmostat

blower 6N I AHeater OFF


! I Lower Fusing Roller
; 2 min. i 5 min. I 5 min. I i, Time
b -I- - I- ‘i I
c-7
9. PAPER EXIT/ DUPLEX
.
-. .e- .
9-t. EXIT
- TIE paper exit roller receives its drive from the Main Drive Motor (Ml) via a gear train. The paper is fed onto
the exit tray with its printed side down

1 Paper Exit 1 Paper Exit Roller


I - I
/ Paper Exit Sensor
/ e-----r:-- n---

Upper Fusing Roller

i.,?’ switchback

\
.*- Registration Roller --m-
t

9-2. Duplex (Option)


- When the duplex unit is mounted on the printer, t&e exit roller is co-ted to the switchback motor (MC) by
way of the coupling lever and gear.
1. When the printing cycle is completed for l-sided printing, the paper, moving past the exit sensor, is fed out of
the printer by the exit roller.
2. When the printing cycle is completed for the front side in 24ded printing, the paper is fed towards the exit by
the exit roller until it moves past the exit sensor. When the paper move3 past the exit sensor, the switchback
motor (M6) is turned backward feeding the paper back to the duplex paper take-up area The transport motor
(M5) then transports the paper up to the registration roller. Skew in paper is corrected by the registration senscx
ad then the registration roller feeds the paper to the image transfer section far printing to the back side. The
paper, having gone through the second print cycle, is fed out of the printer by the exit rokr.

C-8
IO. PRINTING SEQUENCE
. d .’

1 O-1. Starting sequecznt


_ . ..... hd3 Continuous 9 [m =-I
, I
Polygon Motor il$ 10000
(tvl2) -7 *
Take-up Solenoid f
(SLl/SU) !
Paper Take-up f
Sensor(PC1) ;

1 O-2. Multiple sequence


VPtint

10-3. Ending sequence


vExit Sensor OFF Print ends v [m sec.]
1 O-4. Duplex sequence -.. .

-- I.
:
10-5. Power ON sequence (Trouble Check)
vPower ON
R ist.!Sensor
(hl, Pc4)

Note: Error check sequen&

C-l 0
,A :’
1.. . .

D: DISASSEMBLY/ CLEANING
-

,-
1. htAIMENANQE/ llWTXITON ....................i.. ............................‘......:. ....................................D-l
l-l. ReplAlcemeIlt of Parts....................................................................................................... Dl
L.2’ Dl
1-2. Cleaning Parts .....................................................................................................................
1-3. Requkd Service Tools ...................................................................................................... D-l
2. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE ................................................................................................. D2
D-2
2-l. Outer cover ........................................................................................................................
..I ........................................D-2
2.2. Fusiug unit .............................................................................
2-3. Image Transfer Unit ........................................................................................................... Ix
24. High Voltage Unit .............................................................................................................. D4
D7
2.5. Power Unit ..........................................................................................................................
.07
2-6. Print Head Unit ..................................................................................................................
2-7. Paper Empty Sensor Assy. ................................................................................................. D-8
2.8. Paper Take-up Roll Assy. ...................................................................................................
D-8
2-9. Regismion Roller Assy. ................................................................................................... D-8
D9
2-10. Drive Unit .........................................................................................................................
2-11. Duplex Unit ......................................................................................................................D-9
1. MAINTENANCE/ INSPECTION
. Ir-
l-l. Replacement of Parts

Parts Name Replacement Cyde


Imaging Cartridge Multi printing: 10,ooO; intermiaent: 8,000 sheets
Paper Take-up Roll At &wion of fault, or, 12O.ooO sheets of multi prhting
Fusing Unit At de.tection of fault, ar. 120,000 sheets of multi printing
Image Transfer Unit At detection off&f or, 120,000 sheets of multi printing

1-2. Cleaning Parts

. .. c Parts Name Cleaning Procedure


Paper Take-up Roll wipetheduat&withasoftclothdampenedtithacahal.

Fusing Roller Wipethe&st&witha.dtclothdampUXdwithaldd.

Image Transfer Roller Wipethesurfacewithadrypieceofsoftcloth.


-
*
Note: Do not touch the surface of the Image Transfer Roller with the hand.
T
~..
l-3. Required Service Tools N
-,’

+Driver (No.2) -Driver Needle Nose Pliers


I I
Tools

I’ . ‘. use E-ring E-ring


Generally use 1 I

Note: Grease: For the Drive Section: MOLYCORT EMBOL

D-l
2. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
F--x”. 1:.
Before king the disassembly p~ccedure. press the upper kit lock release button to open the Upper Unit. 6.
ranove the Imaging Cartridge.

2-1. Outer Cover


Upper Unit Lock Release Button 1. Remove the Left Cover. (2 screws)
2. Remove the Right Cover. (3 screws)
3. Remove the Upper Unit. (2 screws)
4. Remove the Right Front Cover. (1 screw)
5. Remove the Front Cover. (6 screws)
6. Remove the Rear Cover. (2 screws)

-,
I
. . ‘I
.: :

-9!33-d021

2-2. Fusing Unit


1. Remove the Outer Cover. (Refer to section
2-l.)
2. Remove the Fusing Unit. (4 screws, 3
CoMectors)

Note: When reassembling the Fusing


Unit, adjust the position of the Image
Transfer Unit.

0993-d0226

\ Pin

D-2
.
<-
: Heater Lamp Cover
3. Remove the Left Heater Lamp Cover. (1 screw)
Left Heater Lamp Cover I
Note: When removing the Left Heater Lamp
Cover, turn the Cover in the clockwise
direction.

0993-d0222

C-:
.:
Riiht Heater Lamp Cover 4. Remove the Right Heater Lamp Cover. (1 screw)

Note: When removing the Right Heater Lamp


Cover, turn the Cover in the counter
clockwiie direction.

.- ---Y
-6’

-do221

(. ‘.. : Heater Lamp


5.HoldingtherightendoftheHeate.rLamp,takeout
the stopper and spring.
6. Pressing the Heater Lamp in the direction indicate
by the arrow, remove it from the heater saket.

D-3
- . .
\. ‘.
: Paper Exit Sensor
1. Remove tbei Paper Exit Sensor. (1 connector)
2. Remove tlie achmtor. (1 spring)

_--
: !.

: Lower Fusing Roller


1. F&move the Rear Fusing Cover. (2 scows)
2.PushtheAodrstopperinthedirectionindiuttedby
the arrow and remove the Lower Fusing Roller.

09S34026

1. Release the stoppers of tJle separator.


2. Pulling and sliding remove the stoppers.

Note: The two paper separator finger stoppers


on the right face the opposite direction to the
two on the left.
,

D-4
- .
: Thermistor
1. Remove the front Fusing Cover. (2 screws, 1
harness)
2. Remove the Thermistor. (1 screw)

: Thermostat
1. Remove the IYbe.rmostat. (2 saws)

-.
.,. ,

*..-’

09934272

: Upper Fusing Roller, Gear, G-ring, E-ring

r 1. Remove the G-ring.


2. Remove the Gear, Ring. Bushing.
3. Remove the Upper Fusing Roller as indicated by
the arrow.
4. Remove the Gear. (1 E-ring)

D-5
Note: When disassembling/ reassembling the Transfer Unit, High Voltage Unit, Registration
n ...
\ .:. . Roller Assy. and Paper Take-up Roller Unit, please note that each has a peg that fits into
a hole in the Right Frame and a screw that secures the unit in the Left Frame.

m Release each unit from the Drive Unit


when removing the unit.
2-3. Image Transfer Unit

1. Remove the Outer Cover. (Refer to sect. 2- 1)


2. Remove the Fusing Unit. (Refer to sect. 2-2)
3. Remove the Rear Frame. (6 screws, 1
connector)
Inter-face Plate Image Transfer Unit
4. Remove the Image Transfer Unit. (1 scriw)

Note: With the Left Frame open, release


the Transfer Unit. Pulling the Transfer
Unit in the direction indicated by the
arrow, remove it.
Note: Don’t touch the surface of the
Transfer Roller with the hand.

Left Frame

24. High Voltage Unit

High Voltage Unit 1. Remove the Outer Cover. (Refer to sect. 2- 1)


2. Remove the Fusing Unit. (Refer to sect. 2-2)
3. Remove the Transfer Unit. (Refer to sect. 2-
3)
4. Remove the High Voltage Unit. (1 screw, 1
couxctor)

Note: Pulling the High Voltage Unit in the


direction indicated by the arrow,
remove it.

-. _..
D-6
2-5. Power Unit

1. Remove the Outer Cover. (Refer to sect. 2-l)


2. Remove the Power Unit. (6 screws, 5
CoMectors)

_. i-
0993dOS12

2-6. Print Head Unit

1. Remove the Outer Cover. (Refer to sect. 2- 1)


2. Remove the Harness Cover. (2 screws)

Note: Pulling the harness cover to the


right, remove it.

0993doE22

3. Remove the Print Head Unit. (3 screws, 1


connector)

D-7
2-7. Paper Empty Sensor Assy.
1.Removefheoutercwtr.(Referto~2-1) ;
2. Remove the Harness Cover. (Resfa to sect 245)
3. Remove the Paper Empty Sensor Assy. (3 stxws. 2
Connectors)

Note: After reinstallation, Secure the harness


in the wire saddle.

OS93dO72

2-8. Paper Take-up Roll Assy.


(7’ Take-up Roll Assy. Transport Guide 1.RemovethePeperEmptySensorAssy.(Referto
sect. 2-7)
2.Pulhgup.removetheTranspatGGk
3. Remove the Paper Take-up Roll Assy. (1 screw)

2-9. Registration Roller Assy.


1.RemovetbeOuterCmx.@efkrtosect.2-1)
2. Remove the Fusing Unit (Refer to sect 2-2)
5.
(. : 3. Remove the Transk Unit. (Refer to sect 2-3)
4. Remove the High Voltage Unit. (Refer to sect. 24)
5. llemwe the Paper Empty Sensor Assy. (Refer to
sect. 2-7)
6. Remove the Paper Lifting Plate. (1 screws)

0993dO822 Note: Move the printer Left Frame in the


direction of the arrow to unlock the p&e from
the frame.

7. Rmove the Paper T&e-up Roller Unit. (1 screw)

Note: Side the unit in the direction of the arrow


to unlock it from the tight drive unit of the
printer.

D-8
.
8. Remove the Registration Roller Assy. (3 screws)

099311102

2-10. Drive Unit


,-
( 1. Remove the Outer Cover. (R&s to sect. 2-l)
2. Remove the Pusing Unit (Refer to sect 2-2)
3. Remove the Transfer Unit (R&x to sect 2-3)
4. Remove the High Voltage Unit (Refer to sect. 2-4)
5.RemovethePapezE.nptySensorAssy.@eferto
sect. 2-7)
6.RemovetheRegistr~Roll~hsy.Wertosect
,243
7. Remove the Drive Unit (5 screws, 7 cumectm)

2-l 1. Duplex Unit


1. Loosen 2 SLxews.
2. Remove the Duplex Unit

Note: At reinstallation, position the two


positioning pins, coupling gear, and coupling
amnector correctly.

D-9
E: ADJUSTMENT

1. IMAGE REGISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .; E - 1
-,
1. IMAGE REGISTRATION

: After the Main ControlBoard (PWB-A) ~replaced. adjust the gap by fouo*g the pr- hbd 7
below.

1. Remove the Light Fret Cover. @efex to the Dz


1 Paper Reading Edge Disassembly/ Clean@ item 2-l)

t Registration position
Gapd

PWB-A

3. Another adjustment.
Adjust the VRlA so that the Voltage is 250V
between VRlA and ground terminal.

E-l
i-
F: TROUBLESHOOTING

1.TROUBLEDEIECI’JON ............................................................................................................. F-l


l-l. JAMDetection .................................................................................................................... F-l
1-2. Fusing unit malfuncrion ..................................................................................................... F-2
1-3. Laser malflmcti0r.l ...................................
- ..eT ........................................................................ F-2
1-Q. Folygon Motor ma&n&on ................................................................................................ F-2
l-5. Fan M&r malfunction ....................................................................................................... F-2
l-6. Main Motor malfunction ........................................... .......................................................... F-2
2. ACTION FOR DElTCTED JAM OR MAJXUNCI’ION ........................................................... F-3
2-1. JAM1 .......................... ..~.......................- ............................................................................. F-3
2-2. JAM2 ................................................................................................................................... F-3
i: 2-3. JAM3 ................................................................................................................................... F-4
2-4. JAM4 ................................................................................................................................... F-4
2-5. Fusing Unit malfixuztion ..................................................................................................... F-5
2-6. Laser malfunction ................................................................................................................ F-5
2-7. Polygon Motor malfunction ................................................................................................ F-5
2-8. Fan Motor malfunction ....................................................................................................... F-5
2-9. Main Motor maH%nction ..................................................................................................... F-5
3.OTHERDETECIXD TROUBLE ................................................................................................ F-6
3-1. NoPower ............................................................................................................................ Fd
3-2. Skew ................................................................................................................................... F-6
4. IMAGE QU- TROUBLE ................................................................................................... F-7
BklC.WWhikl.iIleS ..................................................................................................................... F-7
Horizantal lines ......................................................................................................................... F-7
Low Image Density ................................................................................................................... F-7
Foggy background ..................................................................................................................... F-7
No Image (Blank/ Black) ........................................................................................................... F-8
Offset Image .............................................................................................................................. F-8
1. JAM DETECTION

Note: This printer detects the following misfeeds and malfunctions. When any of these trouble
conditions is detected, all printer elements are brought to a stop except the fan motor.

l-l. JAM Detection


A misfeed may be cla&ied into one of four categories, JAMl. JAM2. JAM3, and JAM4, as detailed below.
1. When paper is fed from the Multi-purpose tray, the Paper Take-up Sensor (PCl) is in the deactivated state
approx. 1.6 sec. after the Paper Take-up Roll has started turning (JAN).
2. When paper is fed from the 2nd paper tray, the Registration Sensa (PCRl) is in the deactivated state
approx. 1.4 sec. (approx. 2.5 sec. for the Third Cassette Unit) after the Paper Take-up Roll has started
turning (JAhll).
3. when paper is fed from the 2nd paper tray. the Paper Take-up Sensor @Cl) is in tk deactivated state
approx. 1.0 sec. after the leading edge of the paper has reached the,&gistration Sensor @‘CXi) (JAMl).
4.‘IIePaperTake-upSensor(PC1) isintbeactivatedstatew~tbePow~is tumedON.artheUpper~t
is closed a Duplex Cover ia closed (JAM2).
S.ThePaperTalre-upSensat(PCl)isintbeactivatedstatettbeperioddtimeequivalenttotbepapersize
plus 2.8 sec. after the leading edge of the paper has nz&ed the Paper Take-up Sensor (Xl) (JAW).
6.ThePaper~tSensor(P(33)isinthedeactivatedstateapprox.2.3sec.afterthe~edgeofthepaper
has reached the Papet Takeq Sensor (Xl> (JAFM).
7.ThePaper~tSensor~)isintheactivatedstateapprox.2.3sec.afferthetrairingedgedthep r
+z
has-moved past the Paper Take-up Sensor @Cl) (JAM3).
8.ThePaperEjcitSensor(PC3)isintheactivatedstatewheathePwerisRrrnedON.ortheUpperuaitis
closed a Duplex cover is closed (JAW).
9. The Duplex Paper Sensor (PC4) is in the deactivated state approx. 2.7 sec. after tbe Switchback mokx of
the Duplex unit has been eneqized (JAM4).
1O.TheRegistrationsenSar~1)isinthedeactivatedstate~~ox l.lsec.aftertheleadingedgeofthe
paper has reached the Duplex Paper Sensor CpC4) (JAW).
11. When paper is fed from the Duplex, the paper Take-up Sensor (PCl) is in the deactivked state approx.
1.0 sec. after the leading edge cd the paper has reached the Registration Sensor WW (JAM4).
12. The Duplex Paper Senscx (PC4) is in the acti+ated state when the POW- is turned ON. or the Upper unit
is closed a Duplex cover is closed (JAM4).
13.TbeRegistration Sensa (PCRl) isintbe activated state when thepoweris tumedON.or theUpperunit
is closed a Duplex cover is closed (JAM, JAM4).

: JAM Resetting Procedure


Mer the JAM has been ckared, close t.k Upper Unit or the Duplex Covez

F-l
1-2. Fusing Unit malfunction
l%e printer considers that there is a fusing malfunction when any of the following four conditions is detected. fi
,’
1. The temperahue of the upper fusing roller (as measured withtbethermistor)issuchthatthechangein
the thermistor voltage is O.lV or less over a period between 12 sec. to 30 sec. after warm-up has star&xi
(with the fusing rollff temperature being 16OT or less).
2. The fusing roller temperature does not exceed l!WC for a 120 sec. pericd after warm-up has started.
3. The fusing roller temperature becanes less than 14UT in t.be standby state.
4. ‘Ihe fusing roller temperature become less than 1WC during a printing cycle.
5. The fusing roller temperature remains more than 24OT while the fusing temperature is being controlled.

13. Laser malfunction


T%e laser output level is adjusted befoxe printing.
A laser fault is detected if the output level cannot be adjusted to the specSed value.

r 1-4. Polygon Motor malfunction


Tbeprinter~thattbereisapolyganmotarmalfunctiaawhenanyafthtfollowingthreeconditionsis
d!edected.
1.Thepolygcmmdarladrsignal&energizedwithin1O.Osec.alterthem~~beenenergized.
2.WhenthePolyganMotcaisON.thelodcsignalswitchesONthm nxnainsOFFfarmorethan1sec.
3. The SOS signal is not output during printing time.-

l-5. Fan Motor malfunction

l.AfusingfanmotormaIfunctianis&~tedwhenthevoltageusedtodetectthefusingfanmotorcurrent
remfh 36OIZ30 mV or less (= high speed/ low speed) for a cxmtinuous 0.5 sec. period.
2. A power supply fan motor malfunction is detected when the voltage used to detect the power supply fan
motorcurrentremains 170/150 mV or less (= high speed/low speed) for a cc&mous 0.43 sec. period.

l-6. Main Motor malfunction


The printer considers that there is a main drive motor malfunction when any of the following two conditions is
detected.
1. The main drive motor lock signal (co~tor CNSA-1) remains OFF for a continuous 1.0 sec. period.,
2.Themaindrivemotilccksignal(connec tor CN5A-1) is OFF 1.0 sec. after the Main drive motor has
-Mergized

: Malfunction Resetting Procedure


After the malfunction has been cleared, turn the Power OFF for 3 sec. and then back ON.

F-2
2-3. JAM3
N-Y

v
* No
Replace the Paper Replace the
- Exit Sensar(pc3). - MaiIlcontrol
(Fusing Unit) Board @W-B-A).

2-4. JAM4

Yes YeS
1 Istbmepaperatthe 1 Istherepaperatthe

I Duplex Paper
sensar 0.
Registration
t-l sensor (Pm)3 I -

I No I No
I No
I No -=#.

*.-l.
cA No No

+
DocsthePaper yes Replace the Transport N*
Exit Roller rotate L - MO~W). I
b&ward? (Duplex Unit)

No

+
No
Does the Switchback Re+ce thei Switchback No
Motor (M6) rotate? * Motor (M6). +
(Jhplex Unit)
No +
YeS Reassemble the
- DuplexuJlit.

F-4
-.
c ‘.
7,; ,: . 2-5. Fusing Unit malfunction /’

-? Yes ’ No
DWtlEHeaterLiXIIp Replace thei ReplacetlXMiGl
lightupwhexlthepower * lTbamistarcTR1). c ControlBoard
iStllUEdON7 (Fuing unit) (PWB-A).

I 4

t
Replace the
l No - N o - N o

Replace the Replacethe Replace the


N o

l-&at63 Lamp - Fuse (F2). - TherInoStat flS1). * Power unit


(Ho (Fusing unit1 m--E).

2-6. Laser malfunction (Refer to section 2-7. Polygon Motor malfunction)


2-7. Polygon Motor malfunction

ReplacetheMaiIl
Control Board
-.d’
- I

2-8. Fan Motor malfunction

No Replace theMain
- CmtilBoard
(EWB-A).
t

Replace the Power Fan No


Motor (hl4).

‘2-9. Main Motor malfunction

!ikcurely plug in No Replace the Main No ReplacetheMain


umnectiCNSA . c MotortMl). - ConirolBoard
(Drive Unit) (PWB-A).

F-5
3. OTHER DETECTED TROUBLE
.
3-1. No Power

Yes Ye-S 3 Yes


Power switch is Securely plug in the Securely plug in the power
turned ON. 4 power cord to the printer. cord to the AC outlet -
I I L I I 1

No -
Replace the Fuse (Fl). . CheckthattheFuseisilltlle -
Power unit @wB-E).

(-- 3-2. Skew

No

I
Papxisfedfiomtk No Paper is fed from 1. Wipe the Fusing Unit, a replace.
Multi-purpose tray? + the2ndCassetteor - 2. Wipe the Paper Exit Roller.
3. wii theRegistr~Roller.
I 3rd Cassette7

YaS YeS I No

/
Make sure the separators

I
Replace the Duplex
are cmrectly positioned Unit
over the paper in the
cassette.

F-6
.
Symptom CauG Action

No Image High developing bias Replace the High Voltage unit (PWB-E).
(BlanW Black) Replace the Imaging Cartridge.

Low developing bias Replace the High Voltage unit (PWB-E).


Change the Imging Cartridge.

Offset Image Improper transfer Clean the Transfer unit (3~ the Fusing unit.

.:

Improper transport WipethedustoEoftheFusingRollex.


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#0993 PARTS MANUAL (MINOLTA-QMS)
PARTS MANUAL
PREFACE tii%if $

1. The part numbers listed in Parts Manual are those which were assigned to the parts
making up the machine at the time lhe machjne was originally introduced onto the market.

2. Parts whose numbers are preceded by an asterisk in the Index Column on the List Page
are parts to be used in only certain market areas. Therefore, please check the number in
the Area column on the List Page and then compare it with the numbers given in the Area
Chart on page If to find out which part number is applicable to your own area.
NOTE: Parts for only certain Market Areas: The part numbers for these parts vary
according to market area. In other cases, these parts are used in only restricled
areas.

3. The Index Number on the List Page is composed of two numbers and two letters.
Generally, only A is used as the first letter of the two letters. However, sometimes B, C, 0.
etc.are used when one part in the illustration, such as an electrical part or a part which
varies according to market ares, has two or more part numbers. The second of the IWO
letters represents the modification hislory of that part.

4. The Area Number is listed in the Area Column for only those parts used in certain market
areas. This Area Number represents the area listed opposite to it in the Chart given on
Page If. Parts having no Area Number lisled in the Area Column can be used in all
market areas.

5. In the exploded views in this parts manual parts (Screws 81 Washes, etc...) which are
indicated with a “four-digit’ numbers are listed in numerical order in the section ‘SCREWS
AND WASHERS. Please check these ‘four-digil’ numbers with Ihe part numbers (‘len-
digit” number) which should be used lor ordering the parts.

6. All parts numbers consist of ‘ten-digils’ which should all be quoted when ordering a part.
The price of parts can be obtained by referring to Ihe “Parts Price List’ which is separately
issued.

7. All information contained in this parts manual is subject to change.

Copyright 0 1996 , MINQLTA CO., LTD. \s


i#i#m~, !!sJs#. SIH. 3&w%wo SEPTEMBER 1996
I
PARTS MANUAL
AREA CHART t!!i!WNo.~$kt:Z!Z

AREA No. AREA AREA No. JAPAN\


JII? f& No. ;A i’i JCL4 JB h-1 No. 0 I4 /

We recommend that you cross out from your Parts Manuals those parts numbers which do not apply to your area ~0 that
no error is made when ordering parts.
PARTS MANUAL
CONTENTS B ;A

HOUSING ............................................................................................................................................ gt g g5 ..................................... 1


1.
2. FRAMES .............................................................................................................................................. 7 L/ - A$J-j ..................................... 3

3. PAPER TAKE-UP SECTION 1 ............................................................................................... $2 $& $5 1 ............................... 5

4. PAPER TAKE-UP SECTION j-j ............................................................................................... g R g5 0 ............................... 7

5. DRIVE UNIT ...................................................................................................................................... I$@ gj $5 ..................................... g

6. TRANSPORT SECTION ............................................................................................................... $i '5 $5.. ................................... 1 1

7. FUSING UNIT.. ................................................................................................................................. 2 s # .................................... 13

8. 2ND/CJRD BIN UNIT ....................................................................................................................... T$s$$B&1= y b .......................... 15


UNIVERSAL (--ASSET-j-E .................................................................................................................. xz/\‘-‘jJLfie .y . .. ............... 17
9.
10. CASSE-TE .......................................................................................................................................... fi + .y j- ......................................... 19

11. DUPLEX UNIT ........................................................ .......................................................................... pJgjg,$ff~= 'y b.. ....................... 21

12. WIRING ACCESSORIES AND JIG ......................................................................................... ~~~~5~ . -;2~ ............................ 23


SCREWS AND WASHERS ................................................................... ..................................... 2. y . 7 .y 5 r -25 ..................... 24
13.
14. NUMERICAL INDEX ....................................................................................................................... *, _~I............................................. 25

(m
H O U S I N G 9C 3% %
PARTS MANUAL

L
INDEX PART NO. PART NAME )TY NOEX PART NO. PART NAME EMARKS
I %I* lE.S#r: SK I.% 8 is i f
LhJdS !Ks*lf SK % Ia
OlAA 0 993-1001-02 ‘OP C O V E R -i-- 37AA 993-6023-01 tARMESS
bInI\“- \-*a
OZAA 0 993-3222-01 ;HAFT 1
rr>k
03AA 0 993-3220-01 IOLL 4
OCAA 0 993-3221-01 XCER 4
OSAA 0 993-1010-03 IEAR-COVER 1
wlhJ\“-
06AA 0 993-3214-01 i~OUn0 P L A T E 1
I-XJ\“;r
O?AA 0 993-1015-01 IEINFORCE P L A T E 1
t*131\*‘3
08AA 0 993-3213-01 iEUTRALIZING BRUSH 1
ye-
OPAA 0 993-3203-01 1
I-S-
1OAA 0 993-3204-01 #USHING 2
1lAA 0 993-1003-01 L’;:?‘COVER 1
:7” ‘I hn” -
12AA 0 993-1620-02 :OVER 1
13AA 0 993-1014-01 :&ION SPRING 2
w”J17*‘J>7*’
l&AA 1 200-1521-02 4ASHER 3
PItI*-
15AA 0 993-2017-03 .OCK L E V E R 1
l-J7 I\“-
1644 0 993-1016-02 -EV k R 1
17AA 0 993-2009-01 1
le.44 0 993-1021-01 1
19AA 0 993-1004-03 1
2OAA 0 993-1005-01 1
21AA 0~993-1009-01 1
22AA 0'993-1002-02 1
23AA 0~993-2304-01 1
2bAA 0~993-1006-01 1
27AA 0~993-3208-01 1
28AA 0~993-3209-01 1
2944 0 993-3210-01 1
30AA 0 993-3205-01 1
31AA 0 993-3211-01 1
32AA 0 993-3206-01 1
33AA 1 100-1212-04 1
31AA a~993-1011-01 1
35AA 01993-0754-01 1
PARTS MANUAL
FRAMES 7 L - J&P
)
(. , i: /)

PART NAME IEMARKS lNOEX PART NO. PART NAME EMARKS


INDEX PART NO.
tfl I% 8 1s B f 6%#3 sEzbi* I P 8 1% 6 f
R%Fi? 10#9

OlAA 199%1017-01
02AA 1993-2004-02
03AA )993-6104-01 (I431

*O&AA )3al-4510-11 t”3,..>I-~.*


*040A P381-4310-31 POWER CORD
f”3,“>,-f,”
*ONA $381~c310-71 POWER CORD
f..S,“>3-~”
OSAA 3383~5920-13 SOCKET
Y!l-Jk
06A4 1993-6801-01 HARNESS
II-:X
07AA 1993-2012-01 $‘”
OaAA )993-2013-01 TENSION SPRING
tv~\*‘J1Y’J>7”
OPAA 1993-2014-01
$:y”
1OAA 1993-2016-01 HOLDER
*lbz?**-
llA4 1993-2015-02 TORSION SPRING
*5”‘JX7*d~7”
124A )993-6301-01 SUITCH (Sll

13AA )993-2003-02 Eh’;? F R A M E


t2”‘J>L-L
1444 1993-6802-02 HARNESS
I\-*7.
ISA4 1993-6103-01 FAN MOTOR (II41

16A4 1993-2001-02 Z-KATE


9 ” f r\“>
ll4.A ~978-2067-01 SHOULOER SCREU
4”zJ*L”
18AA 3993-6824-01
i4EESS
194A 3993-2002-01 R&T FRAHE
2$“7L-6
2OA4 1200-1521-02 WASHER
21AA 3993-0109-02 I%%OL P A N E L
WV,)* aIt3
224A D993-2601-02 SHIELD PLATE
?J-,b”7’L-r
23AA 3993-2602-02 R E A R FRAME-RT
3bOZ1”3L-b
2CAA >993-2042-02 DUCT-RT
~.2"cr~7~
25A4 3993-204L-01 SEAL
C-L
26AA )993-2043-02 DUCT-LFT
tP”‘J7”7k
27AA 1993-2606-01 GUIDE RAIL
h”fr”L-lb
28AA 3993-2607-01 GUIDE R A I L
h”f k”L-lb
1 PARTS MANUAL1 (5
-
INDEX PART NO. PART NAME 1TY rREA lNDEX PART NO. PART N A M E 5% MEA EMARKS
Afwi lS#S 86 .“. 8 5% Rtlr a lb Affr! i?E,o.#% 3 ii 8 is aa
- a-lb a 4
-
OlAA 9331-2310-21 YICROSUITCH (52 r r33BA )993-0111-02 PW B O A R D - A (PM-A) 1 ‘000
m;;;t >~‘J:,~:I~“:, A
02AA D957-2320-01 1 34AA )993-2530-01 HOLD P L A T E 1
b’JY71\“:, *L-r\“>
03AA 0993-2533-01 TORSION SPRING 1 35AA )993-6818-01 MM”,‘“” 1
Lb”‘Jl>*‘J57”
OCAA 0993-2531-02 TENSION S P RING 1 36AA 1993-0755-02 DOCKING PLATE ASSY 1
tvd**J13**Ji7” r”1*27”7*bb7-~ti
OSAA 0993-2518-01 STUD 1 37AA 1993-0361-02 IWit G U I D E ASSY 1
-h”fk”77lT~
06AA 0993-2517-01 i+ 29160T 1 30AA LlSf-3615-01 SHOULDER SCREW 1
#p..* 3,lb.B
07AA 0993-2525-01 1 ClAA 1052-7257-01 LABEL YELLOW 1
pi;‘: il”lb LfO
08AA 0993-2516-01 $$$” 2 4 T 1 42AA 3993-2608-02 BRACKET PWfl-A 1
b’JY’Jr1”>
09AA 0993-2538-01 sruo 1
C”7
1OAA 0993-2537-01 PLATE 1
11AA 0993-2540-01 &!&3/23T 1
12AA 3993-2539-01 !&ON S P R I N G 1
:.II\*‘JXT)*‘J>~”
13AA D993-0203-13 9XLE P L A T E 1
4”7r\“:,
14AA D993-2005-01 1
it!“!!’
1SAA 0993-2022-01 ;_Ei&:NAL 1
16AA D993-2021-01 ;E”;:NAL 1
17AA 0993-2024-01 @‘:“A’ 1
li3AA 0993-2025-01 TERMINAL 1
!d-lflb
19AA 0993-2023-01 TERMINAL 1
20AA 0993-2034-02 :$::ON S P R I N G 1
33**‘J.Z>*‘J>7”
21AA 0993-2026-01 $!?:FE 1
22AA 0993-2020-02 !p$ 1
23AA 0993-3016-01 PRESSURE SPRING 1
?-,~x~x~*‘JCJP”
24AA 0993-0752-01 LIFTING PLATE 1
t977”r\“>
25AA 0993-3036-02 RACK GEAR 2
‘j-J7*“7-
26AA 0957-3104-01 E’;” 1 4 T 1
27AA 0993-3003-03 GUIDE 1
20AA 0993-3030-02 &:;‘;-LFT 1
t9”‘Jh”f E”
29AA 0993-3033-01 WW$$TOR 1
30AA 0993-3032-01 M~ms$TOR 1
31AA 0993-3029-02 GUIDE-RT 1
P*“J)“fr”
32AA 0993-6805-02 fARHESS 1
t33AA D993-0110-02 (PUB-A 1 ,000

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INDEX PART NO. 3T’r DEX PART NO. PART NAME CITY WEP
Bix6 3 I% # :: aa %%f5 %lS#B$ a I% B i$ aa L Jci
I-
-
OlAA 0993-3510-01 1 34AA 3993-0401-02 PAPER TAKE-UP UNIT 1
ym;z-h
OZAA 0993-3520-01 iUitlINC 2 36AA D993-3523-01 1
9”797 3-h
03AA 0993-3518-01 TENSION SPRING 2
t-,#\*‘JX7*‘J~7”
04AA 0993-3511-01 BUSHING 2
3” 7 7 7
OSAA 0993-3508-01 ;O\LE” 1
06AA 0993-JSOC-01 “,G$’ 1
07AA 0993-3509-01 ROLLER 1
08AA 0993-3512-01 %i;;ND P L A T E 1
7-all-3
09AA 0993-3503-01 E!?$fE
1
1OAA 0993-3035-01 S E T P LA T E 1
19IJ\":,
1lAA 0993-3018-01 PRESSURE SPRING 1
7-~5r717~‘J~7”
12AA 0993-3023-01 SUPPORT 1
9+*-r
13AA 0993-3002-01 1
i”:kER
14AA 0993-3028-02 $FE
1
1SAA 0993-3009-01 BUSHING 2
b”737
16AA 0993-3024-01 PLATE SPRING 1
>*b-b.XY’J>7”
17AA 09s7-3040-01 P I N 2

18AA 0993-3008-01 E2 2

19AA 0993-3006-01 2

20AA 0993-3020-02 1
21AA 0993-3501-05 1
22AA 0993-3001-01 1
23AA 0993-3010-01 1
2CAA 0993-3039-01 1
2SAA 0957-3015-01 1
26AA 0993-3022-01 1
27AA ~993-3014-02 1
28AA ~993-3013-01 1
29AA t993-3021-02 1
SOAA )993-3017-02 1
3lAA 1993-0751-01 1
32AA 1993-3521-01 5
33AA )993-0411-01 UN1 1

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lNDEX -PART NO. PART NAME )TY PARTNO. ,REA EMARKS


iitest iXti&#$ I s 8 a 3R %llS%#~ Ii! 16
- I f
OlAA t993-2523-01 r
02hh 1993-2521-01 1
03AA 1993-2529-01 1
OIAA 1993-2515-01 1
OSAA 1993-2519-01 1
O6AA 1993-2508-01 1
O?AA 1993-2506-01 1
08AA 1993-2503-01 1
09AA t993-2510-01 1
1OAA t993-2511-01 1
1lAA t993-2514-01 1
12AA t993-6205-01 (CL11 1
13AA 1993-2512-01 1
14AA )993-2504-01 1
15AA 1993-2505-01 1
1bAA )993-2524-01 1
17AA 0993-2501-13 1
18AA D993-ZSlJ-01 1
19AA 9993-2507-01 1
20AA 1993-0202-01 1
2lAA t993-2536-01 1
22AA t993-6204-01 (SLl) 1
23AA )993-6101-01 (Ml) 1
24AA t993-0201-01 1
25AA )993-0151-01 1
26AA 1993-2026-01 1
27AA 1993-2035-01 1
28AA 1993-2040-01 1
29AA 3993-6825-01 1
31AA 1052-7257-01 1

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INDEX PART NO. PART NAME 5 IEMARKS PART NO. PART N A M E IEMARKS
A%l% 26 r% # $ I I% 8 i$ aa I t !6l%#:! I & 8 I* t *
-
OlAA ,lSb-3921-01 COVER-RT 1
5)” a,,** -
02AA ,lSb-3907-02 PAWL 1
‘I3
OSAA ,lSb-3903-04 GUIDE-R1 1
~*“fi”fE”
04AA ,lSb-3916-01 MJ~$TOR 2
OSAA ,15b-3917-01 PRESSURE SPRING 2
?-J>a!lX?= ‘137”
ObAA ;156-0751-01 LIFTING PLATE 1
*277’-“r’*“t
07AA :156-3904-O! GUIDE-LFT 1
t?“‘Jh”f k”
OBAA ;156-3908-02 PAUL 1
09AA :lSb-3919-01 C~~ER-LFT 1
t!P’Jb,\“-
1OAA LlSb-3901-O: CASSETTE BODY 1
hh7 b*“t”l
1lAA ClSb-3920-Oi GROUND PLATE 1
?-XII”:,
12AA ClSb-3913-01 !$$R 141 1
13AA :lSb-3909-01 RACI: G E A R 2
577***7-
14AA LlSb-3910-O; DETECTING PLATE 1
73ClYli”:,
1SAA LlSb-3915-01 y”
1
IbAA ClSb-3914-01 LID- 1
17AA ClSb-3911-01 $&4,“R 1
10AA 4156-3918-O: COVER 1
19AA ClSb-3912-01 ~I%~LATIKG P L A T E 1
SCff~“;r
20AA '156-3906-05 L O C K LE V E R 2
0?7l#1\"-
21AA .lSb-3922-01 IWW’:‘“” 2
22AA .lSb-7301-01 LABEL 1
51°C
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INDEX PART NO. PART NAME OTY lNDEX PART NO. PART NAME
Rrwi %I 8 # 4 %I c% 8 i s Ra Rir#* lc%*$ 3 .“. 8 f
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OlAA Cl57-3604-03 1 3bAA Cl57-3623-01
02AA 4157-3611-02 3 35AA L157-3611-01
%”
y;” 37T
03AA Cl57-36lC-01 12 36AA L157-3610-01 PRESSURE SPR ING
0-b 7vb13a3*‘J>7’*
O&AA 1157-3612-01 SPRING 12 37AA 4157-6802-01 HARNESS
IYe ‘JZJ” +*a
OSAA 4157-3609-02 1 38AA 4157-3618-01 ~~;~R~LIZ’NG BRUSH
:;!jP,fE” - -
06AA 5157-3602-01 COVER- 1 39AA 6157-6803-02 HARNESS
It-ta
O?AA C157-3606-01 !&SURE S P R I N G 2 40AA L157-3617-01 BRACKET
?701713*‘J>7” b’JY7f\“S
00AA 2157-3605-02 1 ClAA L157-3620-01 EC;" 377
EiY’-”
09AA 4157-3615-01 SHOULOER SCREW 2 CZAA C157-3640-01 SEAi
,..>*2..
1OAA 4157-3603-03 COVER 1 &SAA L157-3616-01
1lAA 4157-3608-01 &&LDER SCREW 2 44AA D807-7121-01
.-J.‘>$3..
12AA 4157-3634-01 GROUND PLATE 1
?-1ll”:,
13AA 5157-3613-02 6
!j”$g””
1CAA 4157-3601-02 EASE 1
-**-a
15AA 4157-6301-01 SWITCH (53 1
14Yf
16AA 4157-3607-01 tP\c* 1
l?AA 4157-3619-01 PRESSURE SPRING 1
?7~1717*‘Jc~7”
18AA 4157-3638-01 BRACKET 1
b’/Y7f\“3
19AA 4157-3633-02 TORSION SPRING 1
Xtr”‘JX;)* 'J>P"
20AA 4157-3632-01 $$;tA;OR 1
2lAA 0928-1018-01 SHOU;DiR SCREW 2
p>y+..
22AA 1157-3622-01 1
23AA 6157-3627-01 1
24AA 4157-3636-02 1
#3?.YJl”5
25AA 4157-3631-01 B E AT - S I N K 1
t3$7rl”:,
26AA 4157-6101-01 IiOTDR CM516 2
27AA C157-0101-02 ~G%oA*L~B~WITH XC) (PUB-8 1
Y*‘J:,b*J\“> 8
28AA 4157-3635-02 GROUND PLATE 1
?-Xl\“:,
29AA 4157-0201-01 HEAT-SINK 1
t32Yt\“3
30AA 4157-3625-01 G;E$R 11138T 1
31AA 4157-0202-01 fE$" 22T 1
32AA 4157-3628-02 TENSION SPRING 1
tv,\*‘Ja>“J33”
33AA 4157-3621-01 $5:” 207 3

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INDEX PART NO. PART NAME OTY AREA REMARKS
R%%% 8l c% i $ 53 s 8 i% laas5tarn 4
OZBA 9384-1310-81 UIRINC S A D D L E 6.4H 17
74V-YE"ib
02CA 9384-1900-64 W I R I N G S A D D L E 13.OH 2
7~b-Yb"C
OZDA 9384-1900-65 ;:;i;f_;ADDLE 18.0H 3
03AA 9384-2600-11 EDGE COVER 26H 1
17L**hl\-‘-
OCAA 9384-2800-36 E D G E C O V E R 1SH 4
I-Jb-hll~s-
04BA 9384-2010-21 E D G E C O V E R 8.5H 1
I-,>” hrt” -
1
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PART NO. PART NAME ILLUST lNDEX PART NO. PART NAME ILLUST INDEX PART NO. PART NAME ILLUST
F+fBo94 ?s 0”. % 1% ccl l?*te ~Sa#$ I ZA 8 ra; l2l Aft9 I.“.#* !4J s 8 a q

PIN 9710-0400-13 S P R I N G WASHER


050, 9752-2010-50 t.3 810: 1>*‘1>7”7~5r-
(

1124 PbCt-OC08-21
I 8302 9712-0400-13

B
1305 9646-0306-13
1308 9646-0308-13 8504 9716-0460-01
1312 9646-0316-13
1318 9646-0408-13
9102 9721-0200-01
910s 9721-0300-01
9107 9721-0400-01
330s 9732-0308-13 TAPPING SCREW
1->t*>7"1>* 910'1 9721-0500-01
9112 9721-0600-01

NO! 9733-0310-13
3411 9733-0408-13 TAPPING SCREW
,.,t.>7"19"
343! 9733-0330-13

3501 973S-0306-13
3SOC 9735-0308-13
3505 9735-0310-13 TAPPING SCREW.
3508 77t*57**29-
9735-0608-13
3$19 9735-0312-13
3542 9735-0320-13

3704 9739-0308-13
370s 9739-0306-13 TAPPING SCREW
,.,t.>7":5"
3709 9739-0310-13
.