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Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

C5300/C5100 Color LED Page Printer


MAINTENANCE MANUAL

ODA/OEL/INT

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Document Revision History Corrected items Rev.No. 0.5 1 2 3 Date No. 2002-12-26 2003-03-28 2003-06-20 2003-09-03 All Page Description of change ISSUE Add C5300 Substantial change Add C5300VE Person in charge NC1 Maekawa NC1 Maekawa ME4 Enomoto CN12 Ii

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PREFACE
This manual describes the procedures of the maintenance of the C5300/C5100 printers. The document is produced for maintenance personnel use. For details on the procedures for handling the C5300/C5100 of printers, see its user documentation.

Note! The descriptions in this manual are subject to change without prior notice. In preparing the document, efforts have been made to ensure that the information in it is accurate. However, errors may be crept into the document. Oki Data assumes no responsibility for any damage resulting from, or claimed to be the results of, those repairs, adjustments or modifications to the printers which are made by users using the manual. The parts used for the printers are sensitive and, if handled improperly, may be damaged. It is strongly recommended that the products are maintained by maintenance men registered with Oki Data.

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CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................... 6
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.1 2.2 System Configuration ........................................................................................................... 6 Printer Configuration ............................................................................................................ 8 Option Configuration .......................................................................................................... 10 Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 11 Precautions in Replacing Parts .......................................................................................... 13 Part Replacement Procedures ........................................................................................... 15 2.2.1 Top Cover ............................................................................................................. 15 2.2.2 Left Side Cover ..................................................................................................... 16 2.2.3 Right Side Cover .................................................................................................. 17 2.2.4 Face-Up Tray ........................................................................................................ 18 2.2.5 Rear Cover ........................................................................................................... 19 2.2.6 LED Assy / LED Assy Springs .............................................................................. 20 2.2.7 Controller PWB ..................................................................................................... 21 2.2.8 Print Engine Controller PWB ................................................................................ 23 2.2.9 Top Cover Unit. .................................................................................................... 26 2.2.10 Controller Panel Assy ........................................................................................... 27 2.2.11 Board RSP / Environment Sensor / Top Cover Handle ........................................ 28 2.2.12 Low Voltage Power Unit / FAN (ID) / FAN (PowL) / Hopping Motor / Fuser Motor 29 2.2.13 Board-PRD ........................................................................................................... 30 2.2.14 Guide - Eject Assy / Color Registration Assy / Board-RSM .................................. 31 2.2.15 FAN (Fuser) / Belt Motor / High Voltage Power Supply Board / Cover Open Switch / Image Drum Up/Down Sensor ............................................ 33 2.2.16 Multipurpose Tray (MPT) Assy ............................................................................. 34 2.2.17 Feeder Unit / Board-RSF / Multipurpose Tray (MPT) Hopping Roller / Multipurpose Tray (MPT) Frame Separator / Cover-Front ................................... 35 2.2.18 Main Motors / Solenoid / Paper-End Sensor ........................................................ 36 2.2.19 Feed Roller ........................................................................................................... 38 2.2.20 Shaft Eject Assy (FU) / Shaft Eject Assy (FD) / Eject Sensor .............................. 39 2.2.21 Fuser Unit ............................................................................................................. 40 2.2.22 Belt Unit ................................................................................................................ 41 3.0.1 System Maintenance Menu .................................................................................. 3.0.2 Maintenance Utility ............................................................................................... Maintenance Modes and Their Functions .......................................................................... 3.1.1 Maintenance Menu ............................................................................................... 3.1.2 Engine Maintenance Mode ................................................................................... 3.1.2.1 Operator panel ...................................................................................... 3.1.2.2 Normal self-diagnostic mode (level 1) ................................................... 3.1.2.2.1 Entering self-diagnostic mode (level 1) ................................. 3.1.2.2.2 Exiting self-diagnostic mode ................................................. 3.1.2.3 Switch scan test .................................................................................... 3.1.2.4 Motor and clutch test ............................................................................. 3.1.2.5 Test printing .......................................................................................... 3.1.2.6 Consumable counter display ................................................................. 3.1.2.7 Consumable counter display - continuous ............................................ 3.1.2.8 Operator panel display .......................................................................... 3.1.2.9 Color registration adjustment test ......................................................... 3.1.2.10 Print density adjustment test ................................................................. 3.1.3 Printing on Controller-Equipped Printer on a Standalone Basis ........................... 3.1.4 Switch Press Functions at Printer Power-On ....................................................... Adjustments after Parts Replacement ............................................................................... 42 44 45 45 46 46 46 47 47 47 50 52 57 57 58 63 63 64 65 66

2. PARTS REPLACEMENT ................................................................................... 13

3. ADJUSTMENTS ................................................................................................ 42

3.1

3.2

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3.3 3.4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5

3.2.1 Precautions in replacing engine controller board ................................................. 3.2.2 EEPROM Setting after ARC Board / OWL Board / SPA Board Replacement ..... 3.2.3 Destination Setting (Check Method: Printing demo page) ................................... Print Density Adjustment .................................................................................................... Print Density Adjustment (Calibration Chip) ....................................................................... Parts Replaced Regularly .................................................................................................. Cleaning ............................................................................................................................. Cleaning the LED Lens Array ............................................................................................ Cleaning the Pick-up Roller ...............................................................................................

67 68 69 69 70 71 71 71 71

4. REGULAR MAINTENANCE .............................................................................. 71

5. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES ............................................................ 72


Precautions before troubleshooting ................................................................................... 72 Precautions before handling an abnormal image .............................................................. 72 Precautions upon handling an abnormal image ................................................................. 72 Preparing for Troubleshooting ........................................................................................... 73 Troubleshooting Procedure ................................................................................................ 73 5.5.1 LCD message list ................................................................................................. 74 5.5.2 Preparing for troubleshooting ............................................................................... 84 5.5.3 Image Problem Troubleshooting .......................................................................... 95 5.5.4 Actions Taken after Forced HDD/Flash Initialization .......................................... 108 Fuse Checking ................................................................................................................. 109 Resistance Checks .......................................................................................................... 110 Program/Font ROM Layouts ............................................................................................ 114

5.6 6.1 6.2

6. CONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................... 110

7. PARTS LIST .................................................................................................... 121 APPENDIX A INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS .................................................... 147


1. Parallel Interface Specifications (C5300) ............................................................................. 1.1 Parallel Interface .......................................................................................................... 1.2 Parallel Interface Connector and Cable ....................................................................... 1.3 Parallel Interface Level ................................................................................................ 1.4 Timing Charts .............................................................................................................. 1.5 Parallel I/F Signals ....................................................................................................... 2. Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface Specifications ........................................................... 2.1 USB Interface .............................................................................................................. 2.2 USB Interface Connector and Cable ........................................................................... 2.3 USB Interface Signals ................................................................................................. 3 Network Interface Specifications ......................................................................................... 3.1 Network Interface ......................................................................................................... 3.2 Network Interface Connector and Cable ..................................................................... 3.3 Network Interface Signals ............................................................................................ 1. Parts Replacement .............................................................................................................. 1.1 PCB ............................................................................................................................. 1.2 Frame Assy- Hopping .................................................................................................. 2. PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................ 1. Parts Replacement .............................................................................................................. 1.1 Duplex Unit .................................................................................................................. 1.2 Upper Assy / Rear Assy .............................................................................................. 1.3 Duplex Transport Assy ................................................................................................ 2. PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................ 147 147 147 147 148 149 150 150 150 150 151 151 151 151 152 152 153 154 156 156 157 158 160

APPENDIX B 2ND TRAY MAINTENANCE .......................................................... 152

APPENDIX C DUPLEX UNIT MAINTENANCE .................................................... 156

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1.1

LAN, USB, Centro I/F HDD

C5300

Duplex Board

2nd Tray Board

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CU Board

LVDS Driver

SPECIFICATIONS

K LED HEAD

LEISUS Video Interface (data8bit 4, fsync 4, Isync, wclk)

System Configuration

Y LED HEAD 1st P.E Paperfeed Solenoid M KID CU Area


LEISUS Command Interface

DCON M YID M MID M CID M HOP

M LED HEAD

C LED HEAD FAN


Environment Temperature Humidity Signals

50MHz

DCON I/F, LSYNC

Belt Thermistor

Environment Sensor

Operator Panel Board

PU-Board
FLASH 8M bit

Belt Unit M BELT M HEAT

Figure 1-1-1 shows the system configuration of C5300.

Figure 1-1-1
MCON
SRAM 256Kbit

Toner Sensor Board


CPU

K toner Y toner M toner C toner Image drum fuse sensor sensor sensor sensor cut-out/recognition

Belt Unit Fuse Cut-Out/ Recognition


28MHz

Color Registration

EEPROM

Fuse Cut-Out/ Recognition, Exit, Motor Control

Color Registration, Density, Thermistor Signals

FAN
Fan, Heater Control, etc 3.3V, 5V, 24V, 0VL, 0VP

ID UP/ Down

CoverOpen

High Voltage Interface, Fan Control, Cover-Open

Driver Relay Board

Density

High Voltage Board

Low Voltage Board

Fuser Fuse Cut-Out/ Recognition/ Thermistor

EXIT

K-ID FAN

Y-ID

M-ID

C-ID AC-SW

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USB I/F

LAN I/F

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Front Sensor Board
LEISUS Video Interface (data8bit 4, fsync 4, Isync, wclk)

CU Board

K LED HEAD IN1 CPU 1st P.E Paperfeed Solenoid M KID M YID M MID M CID M HOP IN2 WR

Y LED HEAD

ASIC

(ARBOKS)

M LED HEAD

C LED HEAD
33MHz

CU Area FAN
Environment Temperature Humidity Signals

DCON I/F, LSYNC

Belt Thermistor

Figure 1-1-2 shows the system configuration of C5100.

Figure 1-1-2
PU-Board
FLASH 8M bit

Environment Sensor

Operator Panel Board

Belt Unit M BELT M HEAT

Toner Sensor Board


MCON CPU

K toner Y toner M toner C toner Image drum fuse sensor sensor sensor sensor cut-out/recognition

SRAM 256Kbit

Belt Unit Fuse Cut-Out/ Recognition


28MHz

Color Registration

EEPROM

Fuse Cut-Out/ Recognition, Exit, Motor Control

Color Registration, Density, Thermistor Signals

FAN
High Voltage Interface, Fan Control, Cover-Open Fan, Heater Control, etc

ID UP/ Down

CoverOpen

3.3V, 5V, 24V, 0VL, 0VP

Driver Relay Board

Density

High Voltage Board

Low Voltage Board

Fuser Fuse Cut-Out/ Recognition/ Thermistor

EXIT

K-ID

Y-ID

M-ID

C-ID FAN AC-SW

Fuser Inlet

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1.2

Printer Configuration
The inside of C5300 printers is composed of the following: Electrophotographic Processor Paper Paths Controller Block (CU and PU) Operator Panel Power Units (High Voltage Unit and Low Voltage Unit)

Figure 1-2-1 shows the configuration of each printer.

Figure 1-2-1
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The inside of C5100 printers is composed of the following: Electrophotographic Processor Paper Paths Controller Block (CU and PU) Operator Panel Power Units (High Voltage Unit and Low Voltage Unit)

Figure 1-2-2 shows the configuration of each printer.

Figure 1-2-2

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1.3

Option Configuration
The following options are available for C5300/C5100. (1) 2nd Tray

(2) Duplex Unit

(3) Expansion Memory (C5300) 64 MB

(4) Expansion Memory (C5100) 64/256 MB

(5) Hard Disk (C5300)

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1.4

Specifications
(1) (2) (3) External Dimensions Height: 345 mm. Width: 422 mm. Length: 561 mm. Weight Approx. 20 kg (except consumables) Paper Type: Size: Plain paper, Transparencies (Recommended: MLOHP01) Postal card, Legal 13" or 14", Executive, A4, A5, B5, A6 (A6 held in and fed from only 1st tray and front feeder) Weight: 1st tray 55 kg to 103 kg (64 to 120 g/m2) Front feeder 55 kg to 172 kg (64 to 203 g/ m2) (4) Print Speed Color: 12 pages per minute (Transparencies: 6 pages per minute) Monochrome: 20 pages per minute (Transparencies: 12 pages per minute) Postal Cards, Labels, Thick Paper: 8 pages per minute Resolution 600 1200 dots per inch Power Input 100 VAC 10% Power Consumption Peak: Normal Operating: Idle: Power Save Mode: Frequency 50Hz or 60Hz 2 Hz Noise Operating: 54 dB (Without duplex unit and 2nd tray) Standby: 40 dB Power Saving: Background noise 850W 400W (5% duty) 80W 18W or less

(5) (6) (7)

(8) (9)

(10) Consumable Life Toner Cartridges: 5,000 pages (images) (5% duty, Each of Y, M, C and K) Image Drums: 22,000 pages (images) (5% duty, Continuous printing, Each of Y, M, C and K) (11) Parts Replaced Periodically Fuser Unit: Every 45,000 pages (prints) Belt Unit: Equivalent of 50,000 pages (images) (3 pages/job)

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(12) Temperature and Relative Humidity Temperatures Temperature condition

Celsius Operating Non-Operating Storage (Max. One Year) Delivery (Max. One Month) Delivery (Max. One Month)

Remarks

10 to 32 17 to 27 Celsius (Temperatures to assure full color print quality) 0 to 43 Power off

-10 to 43 With drum and toner -29 to 50 With drum and without toner -29 to 50 With drum and toner

Humidities Humidity condition

Relative Max. Wet-Bulb Humidity (%) Temperature (Celsius) Operating Non-Operating Storage Delivery 20 to 80 10 to 90 10 to 90 10 to 90 25 26.8 35 40

Remarks 50 to 70% (for assurance of full color print quality) Power off

(13) Printer Life 420,000 pages (on a A4-size basis) or five years

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PARTS REPLACEMENT
This section describes the procedure for replacing the parts, assemblies and units in the field. The replacing procedure is given for detachment. To attach, use the reverse procedure.

2.1

Precautions in Replacing Parts


(1) Before replacing the parts, be sure to remove the AC cable and the interface cable. (a) To remove the AC cable, always use the following procedure. i) Flip the power switch of the printer off (to O). ii) Pull the AC inlet plug of the AC cable out of the AC receptable. iii) Remove the AC cable and the interface cable from the printer. (b) To connect the printer again, always use the following procedure. i) Connect the AC cable and the interface cable to the printer. ii) Insert the AC inlet plug into the AC receptacle. iii) Flip the power switch of the printer on (to I).

Disconnect

Connect

(2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Do not disassemble the printer so long as it operates properly. Minimize the disassembly. Do not detach parts other than those shown in the replacing procedure. For maintenance, use designated tools. Follow the order instructed to disassemble the printer. Incorrect order may damage the parts. Small parts such as screws and collars tend to get lost, so temporarily place and fix them in their original positions. When handling ICs and circuit boards such as microprocessors, ROMs and RAMs, do not use gloves that likely to have static. Do not place the printed circuit boards directly on the printer or the floor.

(7)

(8)

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[Maintenance Tools] Table 2-1 lists tools necessary to replace the printed circuit boards and the units. Table 2-1 Maintenance Tools
No. 1 Service Tools No. 1-100 Philips screwdriver No. 2-200 Philips screwdriver, Magnetized No. 3-100 screwdriver Q' ty 1 Place of use 2~2.5 mm screws Remarks

3~5 mm screws

No. 5-200 screwdriver

Digital multimeter

Pliers

Handy cleaner

LED Head cleaner P/N 4PB4083-2248P001 High voltage probe

Cleans LED head

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2.2

Part Replacement Procedures


This section describes the procedures for replacing the parts and assemblies shown in the following disassembly chart:

2.2.1

Top Cover (1) (2) Open the top cover assy. Remove the ten screws (black) 1 to detach the cable cover 2 and the top cover 3.

1 2

1 1

Figure 2-2-1 Top Cover

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Left Side Cover (1) (2) (3) Open the top cover 1. Open the feeder unit 2. Remove the screw (gold) 3 to detach the left side cover 4.

2 4

Figure 2-2-2 Left Side Cover

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2.2.3

Right Side Cover (1) Open the top cover 1. (2) Open the feeder unit 2. (3) Loosen the screw 3 to detach the right side cover 4.

3 (loosen) 4

Figure 2-2-3 Right Side Cover

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2.2.4

Face-Up Tray (1) Open the face-up tray 1 in the direction of the arrow, and disengage it at its two places to detach it.

Figure 2-2-4 Face-Up Tray

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Rear Cover (1) (2) (3) (4) Remove the face-up tray (see section 2.2.4). Remove the two screws (gold) 1. Insert a flat-blade driver into the hole A to disengage the claw A, at each of the two places, and pull in an arc the rear cover 2 in the direction of the allow A. Push the lower part of the rear cover 2 in the direction of the allow B to disengage the three claws B, then detach the rear-cover 2 in the direction of the allow C.

Claws A

2 1
A Hole A

Claw A

1
A

Claws B

B C

Claws B

Figure 2-2-5 Rear Cover

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LED Assy / LED Assy Springs (1) (2) Open the top cover 1. Remove the cable connection of, and disengage the two hooks of, the LED assy 2 to detach the assy (the two springs 3 become detached together with the LED Assy 2).

1 3

2
Hook (each side)

Figure 2-2-6 LED Assy / LED Assy Springs

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Controller PWB

C5300
(1) (2) (3) Remove the Print Engine Controller PWB (see section 2.2.8). Remove the screw 1 and then the head cable 2. Remove the eight screws (gold) 3, then detach the controller PWB 4.

1 4 3 8 2

Figure 2-2-7-1 Controller PWB (C5300)

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Open the top cover. Remove the right side cover (see section 2.2.3). Unscrew the three screws (gold) 1 to remove the plate-shield assy (GDI) 2. Remove the screw (gold) 3 and then the head cable 4. Remove the six screws (gold) 5 and the connector 6, then detach the controller PWB 7.

3 7 5 6 4

1
Figure 2-2-7-2 Controller PWB (C5100)

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Print Engine Controller PWB

C5300
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Open the top cover. Remove the right side cover (see section 2.2.3). Remove the connector 1, and disengage the two hooks 2 of to detach the FAN (CU) 3. Remove the three screws (gold) 4 to detach the plate shield assy (PCL) 5. Remove the three screws (gold) 6 and all the connectors to detach the print engine controller PWB 7.

7 6 7 Print engine
controller PWB

2
Air

4
TH FAN2 FSNS PE HCL OPTION COLORID HOPKID DRIVER HVOLT POWER

Figure 2-2-8-1 Print Engine Controller PWB (C5300)

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C5100
(1) (2) Remove the plate shield assy (GDI) [see section 2.2.7, steps (1) to (3)]. Remove the three screws (gold) 1 and all the connectors to detach the print engine controller PWB 2.

2 1

2 Print engine
controller PWB

TH FAN2 FSNS PE HCL OPTION COLORID HOPKID DRIVER HVOLT POWER

Figure 2-2-8-2 Print Engine Controller PWB (C5100)

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Toner sensor relay Control panel Belt thermistor Fan2 Front sensor cable

SSNS OPE TH FAN2 FSNS PE HCL OPTION HOPKID COLORID DRIVER HVOLT POWER

YMC ID moror Driver board High voltage power unit

1st paper end

Option (dup & 2nd)

Paperfeed & K ID monitor Fan2


FAN

Front sensor

Solenoid

Power unit fan

Low voltage power unit

Option (2nd) cable

Figure 2-2-8-3 Print Engine Controller Board Cable Route

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Top Cover Unit. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Remove the top cover (see section 2.2.1). Remove the left side cover (see section 2.2.2). Remove the right side cover (see section 2.2.3). Remove the rear side cover (see section 2.2.5). Remove the plate-shield assy (GDI) [see section 2.2.7, step (2)]. Remove the two E-shaped rings 1 and the two springs - torsion 2, then detach the top cover unit 3.

2 1

Figure 2-2-9 Top Cover Unit

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2.2.10 Controller Panel Assy (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Open the top cover. Open the feeder unit. Remove the right side cover (see section 2.2.3). Remove the plate-shield assy (GDI) [see section 2.2.7, step (2)]. Make control panel assy connector removal (see section 2.2.8). Remove the four screws (gold) 1, then detach the control panel assy 2.

Figure 2-2-10 Control Panel Assy

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2.2.11 Board RSP / Environment Sensor / Top Cover Handle (1) (2) (3) (4) Remove the control panel assy (see section 2.2.10). Disengage the two claws A of the lever-lock 2 to remove the frame OP 1, and remove the lever-lock 2 and the spring-compression 3. Disengage the two claws B of the cover assy OP 4 to remove it, and remove the springs torsion 5. Detach the board RSP 6, the environment sensor 7, the cable 8 and the harness 9.

2
Claws A

4 8 9 3 5 7 6
Claws B

Figure 2-2-11 Board RSP / Environment Sensor / Top Cover Handle

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2.2.12 Low Voltage Power Unit / FAN (ID) / FAN (PowL) / Hopping Motor / Fuser Motor (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Remove the print controller PWB (see section 2.2.8). Remove the controller PWB (see section 2.2.7). Remove the film 1 and the frame duct 2 to demount the FAN (ID) 3. Remove the two screws (gold) 4 and the four connectors to demount the POW unit 5. Demount the FAN (PowL) 6 by releasing claw engagement. Remove the two screws (black) 7 and the connector to detach the hopping motor 8. Remove the two screws (black) 9 and the connector to detach the fuser motor 0. When reassembling the FAN (PowL) 6, check the attachment direction.

Note!

0 9 5 1

Air

4 7 6 6 2 3
Claw

Air

Figure 2-2-12 Low voltage Power Unit / FAN (ID) / FAN (PowL) / Hopping Motor / Fuser Motor

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2.2.13 Board-PRD (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Remove the right side cover (see section 2.2.3). Remove the print engine controller PWB and the controller PWB (see sections 2.2.7 and 2.2.8). Remove the film and the low voltage power unit (see section 2.2.12). Remove the three screws (gold) 1 and the two E-shaped snaps 2 to remove the plate-outer 3. Remove the gear-idle-ID - K 4, Y and C 5, each in one piece, and M 6, and the spring 7 of the solenoid. Unlatch, and remove by sliding the guide assy - side R 8, the assy and detach the boardPRD 9 and the nine springs 0.

Note! When reassembling the board-PRD, do not forget to attach the spring of the solenoid 7.

9 09 8

65 3 7 4 2 1
Figure 2-2-13 Board-PRD

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2.2.14 Guide - Eject Assy / Color Registration Assy / Board-RSM (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Remove the left side cover, the write side cover, the rear cover and the top cover unit (see sections 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.2.5 and 2.2.9). Remove the engine controller PWB, the controller PWB and the film [see sections 2.2.7 and 2.2.8, and step (3) of section 2.2.12]. Unscrew the two screws (gold) 1 to remove the plate-heat 2. Remove the two springs - torsion 3 and disengage the two claws to remove the cover-driver 4. Make screw (gold) 9 and connector removal to detach the board-RSM 0. Make two-screw (gold) 5 removal to detach the color registration assy 6. Make two-screw (gold) 7 removal to detach the guide eject assy 8.

1 2 4

EXIT FUSER RSNS

BELTMOT

5 6

0 8 7 9

0 Board-RSM

Figure 2-2-14-1 Guide - Eject Assy / Color Registration Assy / Board-RSM

PUIF

HEAT MOT

Claws

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Heater thermistor & Fuse cut-out

Density sensor

EXIT sensor

Heater AC

Color registration sensor

Color registration sensor

EXIT FUSER RSNS

BELTMOT

Belt motor

HEATMOT

Heater moter

PUIF

Belt thermistor

Board RSN

Figure 2-2-14-2 Board-RSM Cable Route

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2.2.15 FAN (Fuser) / Belt Motor / High Voltage Power Supply Board / Cover Open Switch / Image Drum Up/Down Sensor (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Remove the left side cover (see section 2.2.2). Make screw (gold) 1 and connector removal to detach the belt motor 2. Remove the screw (gold) 3, disengage the latch and make connector removal to detach the high voltage power supply board 4. Remove the two screws (gold) 5 to remove the cover-rear 6. Remove the connector and, turning the FAN (Fuser) 7, detach the FAN (Fuser) 7. Remove the connector and unlatch the cover open switch 8 to detach the switch. Remove the connector and pull out the lock-piece 9 to detach the image drum up/down sensor 0.

Air

7 0 9 2

1 8

3
Figure 2-2-15 FAN (Fuser) / Belt Motor / High Voltage Power Supply Board / Cover Open Switch / Image Drum Up/Down Sensor

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2.2.16 Multipurpose Tray (MPT) Assy (1) (2) Open the MPT assy 1. Remove the two stoppers and the two supports to detach the MPT assy 1.

Stopper (each side)

Support (each side)

Figure 2-2-16 MPT Assy

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2.2.17 Feeder Unit / Board-RSF / Multipurpose Tray (MPT) Hopping Roller / Multipurpose Tray (MPT) Frame Separator / Cover-Front (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Open the top cover. Remove the left side cover (see section 2.2.3). Make plate-shield (GDI) and connector removal (see section 2.2.7). Disengage the claws of the stay L 1 and the stay R 2, sliding the feeder unit 3, detach the feeder unit. Remove the cover sensor 4 by releasing claw engagement. Make connector removal to detach the board-RSF 5. Remove the lever 6 by turning it until it is unlocked. Remove the two screws (black) 7 to remove the stay L 1. Remove the four screws (black) 8, disengage the front two claws A and remove the feed Assy 9.

(10) Remove the two lock shafts 0 and the two springs A and disengage the four claws to detach the hopping roller assy B. (11) Remove the hopping roller shaft C. (12) Remove the two supports to detach the MPT frame separator D, and remove the spring E.

3 9 0 8 4 8 1 C 7 5 6 A

A 0 B

D E 7
Claws A

Figure 2-2-17 Feeder Unit / Board-RSF / MPT Hopping Roller / MPT Frame Separator / Cover-Front

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2.2.18 Main Motors / Solenoid / Paper-End Sensor (1) Remove the left side cover, the right side cover, the rear side cover, the top cover unit and the feeder unt (see sections 2.2.2 , 2.2.3, 2.2.5, 2.2.9 and 2.2.17). (2) Remove the print engine controller PWB, the controller PWB and the film [see sections 2.2.7, 2.2.8 and 2.2.12 (3)]. (3) Remove the fan (ID), the frame duct, the fan (Pow L) and the low voltage power unit (see section 2.2.12). (4) Remove the plate-heat, the eject assy, the cover-driver, the color-registration assy and the board-RSM (see section 2.2.14). (5) Unscrew the two screws (gold) 1 to remove the plate-driver 2. (6) Disengage the latch to remove the cover-hopping 3. (7) Remove the fan (fuser) and the image drum up/down sensor 4 (see section 2.2.15). (8) Disengage the latch to remove the gear assy - planet 5, the shaft 6 and the three rollers 7. (9) Unscrew the two screws (gold) 8 to remove the side plate R assy 9. (10) Remove the three screws (gold) 0 and the two E rings A, then remove the plate-outer B, the gear-idle K C, and Y and C D, and M E. (11) Remove the three screws (gold) F to remove the plate-lock-out-ID T and the plate-inner G. (12) Remove the screws (gold) H (one screws each motor-ID I) and the connectors, then uninstall the motors-ID I. (13) Remove the screw (gold) J and the two screws (black) U to remove the gear assy - HP K. (14) Remove the screw (gold) L to uninstall the solenoid M. (15) Remove the spring N, disengage the claw and remove the bushing O, the hopping roller shaft P and the frame-hopping Q. (16) Detach the paper-end sensor R and the paper-end lever S.

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1 2

0 D E B A

9 I 4 G T H 4 8

C M 3

F 7 T5

8 6 L J

U P K

O Q

1 M 4 R S
Figure 2-2-18 Main Motors / Solenoid / Paper-End Sensor

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2.2.19 Feed Roller (1) (2) Remove the cassette. Unlatch and detach the feed roller 1.

Figure 2-2-19 Feed Roller

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2.2.20 Shaft Eject Assy (FU) / Shaft Eject Assy (FD) / Eject Sensor (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Detach the eject assy 1. Disengage the latch to separate the guide-eject-lower 2 and the guide-eject-upper 3. Remove the gear-idle-eject 4, then detach the shaft assy - eject (FU) 5 and the shaft assy - eject (FD) 6. Make connector and guide-cable R 7 removal. Detach the lever - eject sensor 8 and then the eject sensor 9.

1 4 6

Figure 2-2-20 Shaft Eject Assy (FU) / Shaft Eject Assy (FD) / Eject Sensor

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2.2.21 Fuser Unit (1) Open the top cover 1. (2) Rise the fuser unit lock levers (two blue portions) 2 in the directions of the arrows to detach the fuser unit 3.

2 (Blue) 3

Figure 2-2-21 Fuser Unit

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2.2.22 Belt Unit (1) Open the top cover 1. (2) Remove the image drum unit. (3) Turn the lock levers (two blue portions) 2 in the direction of the arrow ( lever (blue) 3, detach the belt unit 4. ) and, grasping the

1 5 3
(Blue)

4 3
(Blue)

Figure 2-2-22 Belt unit

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3.

ADJUSTMENTS
Adjustments of C5300/C5100 printers can be made using maintenance utility software and key input from their operator panels. In addition to a standard menu, there is a maintenance menu in the display of their operator panels. The menu that serves the purpose of intended adjustment is to be selected.

3.0.1

System Maintenance Menu Turning on printer power while holding the MENU+ and MENU- keys down activates System Maintenance menu. The menu is only displayed in English on a printer to any destination.

Note! System Maintenance menu, from which settings such as printer destinations can be changed, is hidden from users view.
Table 3-0-1 Maintenance Menu Display Table Category
OKIUSER

Item(1st Line)
OKIUSER

Value(2nd Line) DF
ODA OEL APS JP1 JPOEM1 OEMA OEML EXECUTE

Function
Sets Brand and Destination. JPOEM1: Japan OEM OEMA: Overseas OEM for A4 default OEML: Overseas OEM for Letter default Boots up automatically when a brand is selected. Format for HDD. Process as same as connecting for new HDD. Format for Resident FLASH. NIC Program is elased. Sets factory default for EEPROM of CU board.

MAINTENANCE MENU

HDD FORMAT

FLASH FORMAT MENU RESET CONFIG MENU CODESET

EXECUTE EXECUTE TYPE1 TYPE2 *

TYPE1: Russian/Greek does not appear. TYPE2: Russian/Greek appear. When you select TYPE2, LANGUAGE selections in SYS CONFIG MENU in USER MENU display RUSSIAN and GREEK. (The value change is enabled after rebooting.) Selecting by the ENTER key, then pressing the On-line switch will prompt initialization and printing Engine information.

ENG STATUS PRINT TEST PRINT MENU (C5300) PAGE CNT PRINT FUSE KEEP MODE

ENG STATUS PRINT TEST PRINT MENU

EXECUTE

ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE EXECUTE

Switches ENABLE and DISABLE to display the TEST PRINT MENU category in the User Menu. Sets printing or not printing the total page count in PRINT MENU MAP. When ENTER key is pressed, CU issues a command to PU, and the printer becomes ON LINE. With the power on, replace the consumables with new ones and check the printer behavior. (At this point, fuse of new consumables is not cut, and operation count will not be added to the value of old consumables.) When the power is turned off, the printer exits check mode, and it becomes disabled when you turn on the power.

PAGE CNT PRINT FUSE KEEP MODE

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PERSONALITY (C5300)

Item(1st Line)
PCL

Value(2nd Line) DF
ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE DISABLE *

Function

IBM PPR III XL

EPSON FX

PS3 EMULATION (C5300) ESC/ P

HP-GL/2

PCL XL

Changes the default PDL language for each brand. PDLs that are disabled in this menu will not be displayed on User Menus or *E Admin Menus PERSONALITY. *J When print data in the PDL language set to *E DISABLE is received, the printer will display INVALID DATA and discard received data. *J (HP-GL/2 is under development, and there is * no plan to implement as yet in the product.) PX715: Cannot disable PS3 (PostScript). Same as PX711/713.(Only menu is *J implemented for future expansion.) *E When PCL is set to DISABLE, the data of HP-GL/2 or PCL XL will not be printed even *JE though it is set to ENABLE. The data is processed as invalid. *JE Setting ENABLE to IBM PPR III XL or EPSON FX in Japanese brands will not assure the normal operation. Setting ENABLE to ESPC/ P in overseas brands will not assure the normal operation. * Specifies the function of SELECT IN signal for DC1, DC3 command. When ENABLE is selected, if SELECT IN signal is high level in power on sequence, DC1, DC3 command is effective. When DISABLE is selected, DC1, DC3 command is ignored all the time (SELECT IN signal is LOW level only). Even if EMULATION setting of SYS CONFIG MENUis AUTO, this item is effective in ESC/ P Emulation. Specifies the function of AUTO FEED XT signal. When ENABLE is selected, if AUTO FEED XT signal is low level in power on sequence, Line feed for CR code is performed. When DISABLE is selected, line feed for CR code is not performed (AUTO FEED XT signal is HIGH level only). Even if EMULATION setting of SYS CONFIG MENUis AUTO, this item is effective in ESC/ P Emulation. Specifies the conversional method of transformation from 180dpi to 300dpi. This menu is for feature expansion and No Item or Value is displayed. Enters engine self-diagnostic mode.

ESC/ P EMULATION (Not available for overseas model) (C5300)

nSelectin

DISABLE ENABLE

NAutoFd

DISABLE ENABLE

IMAGE NETWORK ENGINE DIAG MODE

REGULAR PHOTO

The switch operation and LCD display during an engine self-diagnostic mode, which are specified by engine firmware, differ from controller firmware operating specifications. The engine selfdiagnostic mode is enabled in a controller board removed configuration. * Operation in such a configuration is not assured. Refer to the engine block specification for C5100 for further details if necessary.
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3.0.2

Maintenance Utility Maintenance utility software is used to make adjustments shown in table 3-4. Refer to the following for details on the maintenance utility software. 1) Maintenance utility system specification: 42514501FS01 2) Maintenance utility operating guide: 42514501FS02 3) Maintenance utility software programs: * The programs can be downloaded from ftp//.
Applicable Operating System Win9xMe (Japanese version) WinNT/2000/XP (Japanese version) Win9xMe (English version) WinNT/2000/XP (English version) File Name MuWin_JPN_Win9x.zip MuWin_JPN_WinNT.zip MuWin_ENU_Win9x.zip MuWin_ENU_WinNT.zip

Table 3-0-2 Maintenance Utility Adjustment Items Item


1 2 3 PU (RSN) Board Replacement CU (ARC/OWL/SPA) Board Replacement Consumable Counter Display

Maintenance Utility
PU board replacement function CU board replacement function Counter value and remaining toner amount check function

Adjustment
Reprogramming of PU board EEPROM settings Reprogramming of CU board EEPROM settings

Operation on Operator Panel


Unavailable Unavailable

Display of printer counter values and Section 3.1.2.6 remaining toner amounts Drum counters (Y, M, C and K) Fuser counter Belt counter Toner counters (Y, M, C and K) Remaining toner amounts (Y, M, C and K) Half toner remaining (Y, M, C and K) Execution of printers local print function Print density calibration chip density input Section 3.1.2.5 Section 3.4 Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable On menu map On menu map

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Test Printing Print Density Adjustment (Calibration Chip) USB Software Update NIC Software Update NIC Web Page Update Mac Address Setting Menu Setting Checking Destination and PnP Information Checking Printer Information Checking Contained CPU and Memory Checking Specified File Printing

Test print function

USB software update function NIC software update function NIC Web page update function Mac address setting function Check function of each menu setting Destination and PnP information check function Printer information check function Contained CPU and memory check function Specified file print function

USB software update NIC software update NIC Web page update Change of Mac addresses Checking of menu settings that have been set inside printer Checking of printer destination, device ID and USB ID. Checking of printer Mac addresses and firmware versions Checking of information on CPU and on memory contained in printer PRN file printing

12 13 14

On menu map On menu map Unavailable

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3.1.1

Maintenance Modes and Their Functions


Maintenance Menu Maintenance menu is contained in a standard menu category. Items that can be set from Maintenance menu are as follows: Maintenance Menu Values in shaded areas are initial settings.
Operator Panel Display Category Maintenance Menu
Item (Upper Display) Value (Lower Display)

Function Initializes menu settings. Stores current menu settings.

RESET MENU SAVE MENU SETTING(S) RESTORE STORED MENU SETTING(S) POWER SAVING

ENTER ENTER

ENTER

Changes menu settings to stored ones. Displayed only when menu settings have been stored.

ENABLE DISABLE

Sets Power Save mode enabled/disabled. Shift time to enable Power Save mode can be changed using POWER SAVE SHIFT TIME on SYSTEM CONFIG. MENU.

NORMAL PAPER BLACK SETTING

0 +1 +2 -2 -1

Corrects print nonuniformity due to temperature variation. With faded images, change the value. With scattering or snowing images in print output of high print density, decrement the value. With faded images in print output of high print density, increment the value. Corrects print nonuniformity due to temperature variation. With faded images, change the value. With scattering or snowing images in print output of high print density, decrement the value. With faded images in print output of high print density, increment the value. Corrects print nonuniformity due to temperature variation. With faded images on transparency sheets, change the value. With scattering or snowing images in print output of high print density, decrement the value. With faded images in print output of high print density, increment the value. Corrects print nonuniformity due to temperature variation. With faded images on transparencies, change the value. With scattering or snowing images in print output of high print density, decrement the value. With faded images in print output of high print density, increment the value.

NORMAL PAPER CLOLR SETTING

0 +1 +2 -2 -1

TRANSPARENCY BLACK SETTING

0 +1 +2 -2 -1

TRANSPARENCY COLOR SETTING

0 +1 +2 -2 -1

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3.1.2

Engine Maintenance Mode Engine Maintenance mode includes three modes, levels 1 to 3. The level 1 is intended for assistance in checking media transport systems and the basic operations of printing systems etc. The level 2, which sets consumable counters and tests color registration adjustment function, does not require relatively special knowledge. Working, including process parameter setting, with the level 3, which contains PU individual experimental elements, takes expertise. Basically items other than those in the level 1 must not be used.

3.1.2.1 Operator panel Operating descriptions on self-diagnosis are premised on the following operator panel layout.
For ODA

For OEL/AOS

3.1.2.2 Normal self-diagnostic mode (level 1) The following is the menu of a normal self-diagnostic mode. Switch Scan Test Motor and Clutch Test Test Pattern Execution Consumable Counter Display Consumable Counter Display - Continuous Color Registration Adjustment Test Print Density Adjustment Test

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3.1.2.2.1 Entering self-diagnostic mode (level 1) 1. While holding the MENU+ and MENU- keys down at the same time, turn printer power on to enter System Maintenance mode. 2. Use MENU+ or MENU- key keystrokes until ENGINE DIAG MODE appears (a few keystrokes), and then press the ENTER key to display DIAGNOSTIC MODE. DIAGNOSTIC MODE XX.XX.XX FACTORY/SHIPPING

3. XX.XX.XX in the display indicates a ROM version. A factory working mode setting, which is usually set to S-MODE of SHIPPING, is at the right of the lower display. 4. Go to each self-diagnosis step by using the MENU+ or MENU- key (pressing the MENU+ or MENU- key rotates menu items).

3.1.2.2.2 Exiting self-diagnostic mode 1. Turn printer power off and, after ten seconds, on again.

3.1.2.3 Switch scan test This self-diagnosis is used when input sensor and switch checking is made. 1. Enter the normal diagnostic mode, and press the MENU+ or MENU- key until SWITCH SCAN is shown on the upper display (the MENU+ key increments a test item and the MENU- key decrements a test item). SWITCH SCAN

2. Table 3-1 lists SWITCH SCAN numbers. Press and the MENU+ or MENU- key until the SWITCH SCAN number for unit(s) to be tested shows up on the upper display (the MENU+ key increments an item and the MENU- key decrements an item). 3. In response to the press of the ENTER key, the test on the unit(s), the SWITCH SCAN number begins blinking and, carrying the current status of the unit(s) being tested, the number(s) (1 to 4) corresponding to the unit(s) are displayed. SWITCH SCAN 00 1=H 2=L 3=H 4=L Operate the unit(s) (figure 3-1). Indications for each unit are provided in their portion of the LCD display (Indicated meanings vary with units (sensors etc). See table 3-1 for details). 4. When the CANCEL key is pressed, the SWITCH SCAN number goes back to an indication view (stops blinking). 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 as necessary. 6. To end the test, press the BACK key (the display is restored to the view of step 1).

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Image drum up/down sensor Exit sensor

Toner sensor C

Toner sensor Y Humidity sensor Toner sensor K Cover open SW

Fuser thermistor

Toner sensor M

Duplex-in sensor Duplex cover open sensor

Write sensor

Entrance sensor 2

Entrance sensor 1

Duplex jam sensor Duplex rear sensor Belt thermistor

Tray-1 paper-end sensor

Tray-2 entrance sensor

Color registration sensor (L) Color registration sensor (R) Density sensor

1st-tray sensor

Duplex front sensor

Tray-2 paper-end sensor

Figure 3-1 Switch Sensor Positions

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Table 3-1 SWITCH SCAN Display Detail


ROW SCAN NO. SWITCHSCAN00 SWITCHSCAN01 SWITCHSCAN02 SWITCHSCAN03 SWITCHSCAN04 SWITCHSCAN05 SWITCHSCAN06 SWITCHSCAN07 SWITCHSCAN08 SWITCHSCAN09 SWITCHSCAN10 SWITCHSCAN11(Option) SWITCHSCAN12(Option) SWITCHSCAN13(Option) SWITCHSCAN14(Option) SWITCHSCAN15(Option) SWITCHSCAN16(Option) SWITCHSCAN17(Option) SWITCHSCAN18(Option) SWITCHSCAN19(Option) SWITCHSCAN20(Option) SWITCHSCAN21(Option) SWITCHSCAN22(Option) SWITCHSCAN23(Option) SWITCHSCAN24 Color alignment sensor (L) Fuser thermistor Humidity sensor Duplex-in sensor AD Value ***H AD Value ***H AD Value ***H
L: Paper absent H: Paper present
L: Absence detected

1 Tray-1 paper-end sensor Write sensor Toner sensor K Cover open

Display

Display

3 Entrance sensor 1

Display

Display L: Paper present H: Paper absent

L: Paper present H: Paper absent L: Paper present Exit sensor H: Paper absent L: Light reflected Toner sensor C H: Light shielded L: Cover open H: Cover close

L: Paper present Entrance H: Paper absent sensor 2

L: Paper present H: Paper absent L: Light reflected Toner sensor M H: Light shielded

L: Light reflected L: Light reflected Toner sensor Y H: Light shielded H: Light shielded

Color alignment sensor (R)

AD Value ***H

Density sensor

AD Value ***H

Temperature sensor AD Value ***H Duplex rear sensor


L: Paper absent H: Paper present

Belt thermistor Duplex cover open sensor 1st-tray sensor Tray-2 entrance sensor

AD Value ***H
L: Cover open H: Cover close L: Paper absent H: Paper present L: Paper absent H: Paper present

Duplex front sensor

L: Paper absent H: Paper present

Duplex bottom sensor H: Presence detected Tray-2 paper-end L: Paper absent sensor H: Paper present

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3.1.2.4 Motor and clutch test This self-check routine is used for motor and clutch testing. 1. Go into the self-diagnostic (level 1) mode, press the MENU+ or MENU- key until upper display of MOTOR & CLUTCH TEST is brought up, and press the ENTER key (the MENU+ key increments a test item and the MENU- key decrements a test item). 2. The names of units to be tested are listed in table 3-2. Use the MENU+ or MENU- key until the name of a unit that is to be tested appears on the lower display (the MENU+ key increments an item and the MENU- key decrements an item). MOTOR & CLUTCH TEST K - ID - ID MOTOR

3. Pressing the ENTER key starts the test of the unit, blinking the displayed name of the unit. The unit is driven for 10 seconds (refer to figure 3-3).

Note! The view of step 2 is restored after the 10-second driving, and the unit is driven again with the press of the corresponding switch. Clutch solenoid on-off operations are repeated in normal printing driving (solenoids whose mechanical structures do not permit their single driving operate motors concurrently with them).
4. Use the CANCEL key to stop the drive of the unit (the display for the unit remains the same). 5. Repeat the cycle of steps 2 through 4 as needed. 6. Pressing the BACK key ends the test (the display is restored to step 1).

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Fuser Motor

ID Motor (C)

ID Motor (M)

ID Motor (Y)

ID Motor (K)

Duplex Solenoid

Duplex Clutch

Cassette 1 Hopping Motor Hopping Solenoid Duplex Motor Cassette 2 Clutch Belt Motor Cassette 2 Motor

Figure 3-3

Table 3-2
Unit Name
ID Motor (K) ID Motor (Y) ID Motor (M) ID Motor (C) Belt Motor Fuser Motor Cassette 1 Hopping Motor Hopping Solenoid Duplex Motor Duplex Clutch Duplex Solenoid Cassette 2 Motor Cassette 2 Clutch ID Up/Down Fan1 Test (Power Supply Fan) Fan2 Test (Fuser Fan) Remove the cassette 2 to drive. Remove the cassette 1 to drive.

Description of Control for Unit Driving


Remove all the image drums (black, yellow, magenta and cyan) to drive. Remove all the image drums (black, yellow, magenta and cyan) to drive. Remove all the image drums (black, yellow, magenta and cyan) to drive. Remove all the image drums (black, yellow, magenta and cyan) to drive. Remove all the image drums (black, yellow, magenta and cyan) to drive.

Control for Unit Driving


Removal of IDs Removal of IDs Removal of IDs Removal of IDs Removal of IDs Removal of Cassette 1 Removal of Cassette 2

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3.1.2.5 Test printing This self-diagnostic routine is used when PU-inside test patterns are printed. The other test patterns are in controllers storage. 1. Go into the self-diagnostic (level 1) mode, press the MENU+ or MENU- key until TEST PRINT comes into view in the upper display, and press the ENTER key (the MENU+ key is for test item increment, and the MENU- key for test item decrement). 2. Items applied only to test printing are shown on the lower display. Press the MENU+ or MENUkey until an item to be set appears, and hit the ENTER key (the MENU+ key is for item increment, and the MENU- key for item decrement) [When items need not be set (must be left at their defaults), go to step 5]. 3. Press the MENU+ or MENU- key and, when the item that has been set in step 2 is reached, press the Enter key. The item and its setting are displayed on the upper and lower panel, respectively. The setting is incremented by pressing the MENU+ key, and decremented by pressing the MENU- key (the last displayed setting is applied). Pressing the BACK key determines the setting, restoring the view of step 2. Repeat step 3 as necessary. TEST PATTERN 1
Display PRINT EXECUTE TEST PATTERN Set Value 0 Function
Starts printing at the press of the ENTER key, and ends the printing at the press of the CANCEL key. (Page basis) 0: 1 to 7: Prints a blank page. (Print a pattern).

8 to 15: Print a blank page.

CASSET

PAGE COLOR DUPLEX

TRAY1 TRAY2 FF 0000 ON OFF 2 PAGES STACK OFF 1PAGES STACK

Selects a unit in which paper is to be loaded. When the printer is not equipped with the tray 2, TRAY2 is not displayed. Sets the number of test pages printed. Selects color or monochrome printing. Performs two-page stack duplex printing. Establishes duplex-off printing. Performs one-page stack duplex printing.

Values in shaded areas are initial settings. Values established are applicable only to this test mode (they are not written into EEPROM).

Notes! PAGE Setting ................. Should the ONLINE key be pressed after a digit is shifted by a touch of the MENU+ or MENU- key, the setting is incremented. In the event of the press of the CANCEL key after such a digit shift, the setting is decremented. COLOR Setting .............. While the COLOR setting is set to ON, pressing the ENTER key displays the following on the panel. Print Setting for Colors ... The press of the MENU+ or MENU- key shifts a value. The ONLINE or CANCEL key is used for switching between ON and OFF. The BACK key restores original display.

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COLOR ON

Y:ON M:ON C:ON K:ON

4. With PRINT EXECUTE on the lower display after step 2, when the ENTER key is pressed, test printing is executed using the values set in steps 2 and 3. Pressing the CANCEL key stops the test printing. Any of the alarms shown in the table of operator panel display description (see below), which has been detected during the initiation or progression of test printing, appears on the panel display, suspending the printing (for the description of errors, see section 3.1.2.9 Operator Panel Display, which messages differ from those displayed in PU test printing). Print Patterns Patterns 0 and 8 to 15 ... print a blank page.

Pattern 1

Pattern 2

Pattern 3

Pattern 4

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Pattern 5

Pattern 6

Pattern 7

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The following messages are showing during printing. P=*** W=*** P: Number of test pages printed (prints) W: Wait time for printing (in seconds) Use the MENU+ key to change the display. T=*** U=***[***]

H=***% B=***[***] T: U: H: B: Environment temperature measurement (in Celsius) Heater temperature measurement (in Celsius) Environment humidity measurement (in percent) Belt humidity measurement (in Celsius)

With the press of the MENU+ key, the display is changed. KTR=*.*** YTR=*.*** MTR=*.*** CTR=*.*** YTR, MTR, CTR and KTR are colors respective transfer voltage settings (in KV). Pressing the MENU+ key changes the display. KR=**** YR=**** MR=**** CR=**** YR, MR, CR and KR are colors respective image drum resistance values (in megohms). The display is switched by pressing the MENU+ key. ETMP=*** UTMP=*** REG=**** EXIT=**** ETMP: Environment temperature measurement (in Celsius) UTMP: Heater temperature measurement (in Celsius) REG: Hopping motor speed setting EXIT: Fuser motor speed setting The MENU+ key switches the display. KID=*** YID=*** MID=*** CID=*** KID, YID, MID and CID are image drum motor speed settings.

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Pressing the MENU+ key changes the display. BELT=****

BELT: Belt motor speed setting With the press of the MENU+ key, the display is switched. HT:**** CH:**** DB:**** HT, CH and DB are high-voltage table IDs. Pressing the MENU+ key changes the display. TR1:********** TR2:******** TR1 and TR2 are high-voltage table IDs. 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 if necessary. 6. Press the CANCEL key to end the test (the display is restored to step 1).

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3.1.2.6 Consumable counter display The self-diagnosis is used to indicate consumable consumption status. 1. After entering the normal self-diagnostic mode, press the MENU+ or MENU- key until CONSUMABLE STATUS appears on the upper display, and hit the ENTER key (the MENU+ key is for test item increment, and the MENU- key for test item decrement). 2. By pressing the MENU+ or MENU- key, the consumption status of consumables comes into view item by item (the ONLINE and CANCEL keys are invalid). 3. Pressing the BACK key ends the test (the display of step 1 is restored).
Item Fuser unit Belt unit Top Display FUSER UNIT TR BELT UNIT Bottom Display ******** PRINTS ******** IMAGES Format Unit Details after installation of a new fuser unit to date. Decimal Image Converts into a count on an A4-size-page basis at 3 pages per job, and shows, the number of pages impressed (images) after installation of a new belt unit to date. ID unit - black ID unit - yellow ID unit - cyan Toner - black Toner - yellow Toner - magenta Toner - cyan BLACK ID UNIT ******** IMAGES Decimal Print Convert the numbers of revolutions of Decimal Print image drum units after the installation of Decimal Print those units to date into counts on a letterDecimal Print (A4-) size-page basis at 3 pages per job and show it. BLACK TONER YELLOW TONER CYAN TONER ***% ***% ***% Decimal Decimal Decimal Decimal % % % % Show the amounts of toner used. YELLOW ID UNIT ******** IMAGES CYAN ID UNIT ******** IMAGES

Decimal Print Shows the number of pages printed (prints)

ID unit - magenta MAGENTA ID UNIT ******** IMAGES

MAGENTA TONER ***%

3.1.2.7 Consumable counter display - continuous The self-diagnosis is used to indicate the consumable life-cycle consumption status of a printer. The status means those count values for consumables which are not initialized even after replacement of the consumables, and is counted without break. 1. Enter the normal self-diagnostic mode, press MENU+ or MENU- key until the upper display PRINTER STATUS appears, and press the Enter key (the MENU+ key is for item increment, and the MENU- key for item decrement). 2. When the MENU+ or MENU- key is pressed, the life-cycle consumption status of the consumables shows up item by item (the ONLINE and CANCEL keys are invalid). 3. Pressing the BACK key ends the test (flips the display back to step 1).
Item Top Display Bottom Display ******** PRINTS ******** IMAGES ******** IMAGES ******** IMAGES Format Unit Details

Total sheets fed TOTAL SHEETS FEED Print - black Print - yellow Print - cyan
BLACK IMPRESSIONS YELLOW IMPRESSIONS

Decimal Print Shows the total number of sheets fed, including blank pages. Decimal Print Show the numbers of pages (images) Decimal Print impressed using image drums. Decimal Print Decimal Print

Print - magenta MAGENTA IMPRESSIONS ******** IMAGES


CYAN IMPRESSIONS

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3.1.2.8 Operator panel display Display LCD (English) (s means no display in upper line)
ONLINE ttttttt OFFLINE ttttttt FILE ACCESSING Varies Varies Device accessing during the operation of accounting system operating. .xxxx Normal .xxxx OFF Varies Shows off-line status. Normal .xxxx
Ready Attention LED LED

Description

Level
Normal

ON

Varies Shows on-line status.

DATA ARRIVE ttttttt

Varies Varies Data receiving, process not started yet. Displayed mainly Normal during PJL process without text print data or during job spooling. Blink Varies Data receiving or output processing. Normal

PROCESSING

.xxxx

DATA

.xxxx

Varies Varies Un-printed data remains in Buffer. Waiting for data to follow. Varies Varies A printer is printing.

Normal

PRINTING ttttttt PRINT DEMO PAGE

Normal

Varies Varies Performing Demo Print. Not displayed when printing user defined demo-pages (Shows PRINTING in this case) Varies Varies Printing Fonts. Same as in all fonts (PCL,PSE,IBMPPR,EPSON FX) Varies Varies Printing Menu Map.

Normal

PRINT FONT

Normal

PRINT MENU MAP

Normal

PRINT FILE LIST

Varies Varies Printing File List.

Normal

PRINT ERROR LOG

Varies Varies Printing Error Logs.

Normal

s COLLATE COPY

iii/jjj

Varies Varies Collate printing. iii: The number of copy in printing. jjj: The total number of printing. When the total number of printing is 1, it is a normal printing display. Varies Varies Copy printing. kkk: The number of pages in printing. lll: The total number of printing. When the total number of copy is 1, it is a normal printing display.

Normal

s COPY

Normal

kkkk/lllll

CANCELING JOB

Blink Varies Indicates that job cancellation has been instructed and Normal data is being ignored until the job completion. (Display for a certain period (seconds) is requested. If it immediately disappears, cannot tell whether or not it was cancelled.) Job cancelled because of no permission for printing (Related to JobAccount) 1. Job received from a user not permitted to print. 2. Color Job received from a user not permitted to print in color.

CANCELING JOB (USER DENIED)

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LCD (English) (s means no display in upper line)


CANCELING JOB (BUFFER FULL)

Ready Attention LED LED

Description

Level
Normal

Blink Varies Job cancelled because the log saving area in printer is running out and Job cancelled when log full occurs is set. (Related to JobAccount) Job cancelled and the data is being discarded till the end of the Job because JAM occurs when JAM RECOVERY is set to OFF. Varies Varies Warming up.

CANCELING JOB (JAM)

s WARMING UP s OPTIMIZING TEMP

Normal

Varies Varies Because the drum temperature is high, printing is temporarily suspended. Or, the printer is waiting for implementation of heat measure for media switch from narrow paper to wide paper.

Normal

s POWER SAVE s ADJUSTING COLOR s ADJUSTING DENSITY s ADJUSTING DENSITY

Varies Varies A printer is in power save mode. Displayed in a combina- Normal tion of other message in the first line. Varies Varies Auto registration adjusting in progress Normal

Varies Varies Auto tone adjusting in progress

Normal

Varies Varies Auto density adjusting in progress

Normal

Downloading PU firmware (Displayed messages are output by the PU firmware.) s ORDER * TONER Varies ON

Normal

Toner low. Displayed in a combination of other message Warnin the first line. ing If LOW TONER=STOP is set in menu, ATTENTION LED blinks and the printer shifts to Off-line. When a user presses On-line switch, ATTENTION LED (stops blinking and) lights on and printing can continue until TONER EMPTY. Y M C K This message is also displayed when * waste toner box is near full. The printer can still print. Allows printing about 50 pages Warning of A4 size at 5% density, then stops with Waste Toner Full Error(414,415,416) again. The LCD message indicates that the Waste Toner box is full. Y M C Warning

s * WASTE TONER FULL.REPLACE TONER

Varies

ON

PRESS ONLINE SW INVALID DATA

Varies Varies Invalid data was received. Press the On-line switch and eliminate the warning. Displayed when unsupported PDL command is received or a spool command is received without HDD.

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LCD (English) (s means no display in upper line)


s PS3 EMUL ERROR

Ready Attention LED LED

Description

Level
Warning

Blink Varies Interpreter has detected an error due to the following reason. Receive data after this is ignored until the job completion. When the job is completely received, this is automatically cleared. - The job has a grammatical error. - The page is complicated, and VM was used up. Varies ON Drum near life. (warning) Displayed in a combination of other message in the first line. Y M C K Fuser unit near life. (Warning)

s ORDER * IMAGE DRUM

Warning

s ORDER FUSER s ORDER BELT s FUSER LIFE

Varies

ON

Warning Warning Warning

Varies

ON

Belt unit near life. (warning)

Varies

ON

If a fuser life error occurs and a user opens/closes the cover or reboots the printer, this phenomenon happens. When the printer printed 500 pages, the error occurs again. If a belt life error occurs and a user opens/closes the cover or reboots the printer, this phenomenon happens. When the printer printed 500 pages, the error occurs again. If a toner empty occurs and a user opens/closes the cover or reboots the printer, this phenomenon happens. When the printer printed approx. 50 pages (A4, density 5%), the error occurs again. Y M C K If a drum life error occurs and a user opens/closes the cover or reboots the printer, this phenomenon happens. When the printer printed 500 pages, the error occurs again. Y M C K Belt Reflex Check error. This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.)

s BELT LIFE

Varies

ON

Warning

s * TONER EMPTY

Varies

ON

Warning

s * DRUM LIFE

Varies

ON

Warning

s BELT REFLEX ERROR

Varies

ON

Warning

s DENSITY SHUTTER ERROR2 s DENSITY SHUTTER ERROR1

Warning Warning

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s DENSITY COLOR CALIBRATION ERROR s DENSITY COLOR SENSOR ERROR s DENSITY BLACK CALIBRATION ERROR s DENSITY BLACK SENSOR ERROR s * IMAGE DRUM SMEAR ERROR

Ready Attention LED LED

Description
This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.)

Level
Warning

This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.)

Warning Warning

This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Y,M,C,K This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Y,M,C,K Varies ON Registration error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Sensor calibration error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Gamma error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Gamma error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Gamma error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Gamma error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Registration sensor error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Registration sensor error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.) Registration sensor error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.)

Warning Warning

s * LOW DENSITY ERROR

Warning

s REGISTRATION ERROR 1

Warning

s SENSOR CALIBRATION ERROR

Varies

ON

Warning

s REGISTRATION ERROR 2

Varies

ON

Warning

s REGISTRATION ERROR 3

Varies

ON

Warning

s REGISTRATION ERROR 4

Varies

ON

Warning

s REGISTRATION ERROR 5

Varies

ON

Warning

s REGISTRATION SENSOR ERROR 2

Varies

ON

Warning

s REGISTRATION SENSOR ERROR 3

Varies

ON

Warning

s REGISTRATION SENSOR ERROR 4

Varies

ON

Warning

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s REGISTRATION SENSOR ERROR 5

Ready Attention LED LED

Description
Registration sensor error This is not a user-level error. (If it happens, change the mode to Shipping mode. See the Maintenance Manual.)

Level
Warning

Varies

ON

s tttttt EMPTY

Varies Varies tttttt tray is empty. Treated as Warning until printing to the empty tray is designated. MPTRAY EMPTY is displayed when paper feed from MPTRAY is attempted, but the tray is empty. When printing of the job is completed, this warning disappears if a user opens/closes the cover or reboots the printer. Varies ON Disk-full has occurred. Because this is a temporary warning, it remains until the end of the job and disappears. An attempt to write in a read-only file was done. Because this is a temporary warning, it remains until the end of the job and disappears. The data of MOPY is memory-full.

Warning

s HARD DISK FULL s DISK WRITE DISABLED

Warning Warning

Varies

ON

s COLLATE FAIL s INVALID ID. JOB REJECTED

Varies

OFF

Warning Warning

Varies

ON

Job cancelled because of no permission for printing (Related to JobAccount) Cleared by pressing ON-LINE switch. 1. Job received form a user not permitted to print 2. Color Job received form a user not permitted to print in color. Job cancelled because the log saving area in printer is running out and Job cancelled when log full occurs is set. (Related to JobAccount)Cleared by pressing ON-LINE switch.

s LOG BUFFER FULL. JOB REJECTED

s DISK USE FAILED s

Varies

ON

A disk error other than No.29/30 has occurred. Operation Warnthat does not involve a disk is available. ing Warning

Varies Varies An error occurred when renewing PU firmware. This is not a user-level error. (Displayed messages are output by the PU firmware.) ON OFF

LOAD mmm IN MP TRAY AND PRESS ONLINE SWITCH

Manual paper feed is required. Manually insert the paper Warnshown by mmm. ing

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3.1.2.9 Color registration adjustment test This self-diagnosis (color registration adjustment test) is used to adjust and diagnose printers color registration. Appropriate troubleshooting steps are to be used for recovery from errors occurred in the color registration adjustment test. 1. Enter the self-diagnostic mode (level 1), press and hold the MENU+ and MENU- keys until REG ADJUST TEST appears on the upper display, and then press the ENTER key (the MENU+ key increments an item and the MENU- key decrements an item). 2. Press and hold the MENU+ and MENU- keys until a color registration adjustment test item to be tested is displayed. 3. With the press of the ENTER key, the test that is showing is executed. * Pressing the CANCEL key during the test suspends the test. 4. Upon completion of the test, the result of the test (OK or a NG error name) is provided on the upper display, and ****RESULT on the lower display, the operation of the step 2 being enabled. 5. Repeat the steps 2 to 3 when necessary. 6. Press the BACK key to end the test. Color Registration Adjustment Items SUB MENU
REG ADJ EXECUTE REG ADJ RESULT BLT REFLECT TEST BLT REFLECT RSLT

Description
Performs color registration adjustment. Used to see the result of color registration adjustment. Performs the OK or NG judgment of color registration adjustment belt reflectivity. Used to see the result of OK or NG judgment of color registration adjustment belt reflectivity.

3.1.2.10 Print density adjustment test This self-diagnosis is used to perform the test with respect to printers print density adjustment function and to see the result of the test. The test determines whether printers print density adjustment system is proper. 1. Enter the self-diagnostic mode (level 1), press and hold the MENU+ and MENU- keys until DENSITY ADJUST TEST appears on the upper display, and then press the ENTER key (the MENU+ key increments an item and the MENU- key decrements an item). 2. Press and hold the MENU+ and MENU- keys until a print density adjustment test item to be tested is displayed. 3. With the press of the ENTER key, the test that is showing is executed. * Pressing the CANCEL key during the test suspends the test. 4. Upon completion of the test, the result of the test (OK or a NG error name) is provided on the upper display, and ****RESULT on the lower display, the operation of the step 2 being enabled. 5. Repeat the steps 2 to 3 when necessary. 6. Press the BACK key to end the test. Print Density Adjustment Test Items SUB MENU
DENS ADJ EXECUTE DENS ADJ RESULT DENS SENSOR TEST

Description
Performs print density adjustment. Used to see the result of print density adjustment. Performs the OK or NG judgment of the print density adjustment sensor.

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3.1.3

Printing on Controller-Equipped Printer on a Standalone Basis Menu Map Printing Information, including program versions, controller block configuration and network configuration, is printed. Operation: 1. Press the MENU+ key several times to display INFORMATION MENU; 2. Press the ENTER key to display PRINT MENUMAP/EXECUTE; and 3. Press the ENTER key, or Alternatively press the push switch located above the network connector on the back of the printer main body for two seconds or more. Demo Printing Demonstration patterns for destinations stored in ROM are printed. Operation: 1. Press the MENU+ key several times to display INFORMATION MENU. 2. Press the ENTER key. 3. Press the MENU+ key several times to display DEMO1/EXECUTE. 4. Press the ENTER key.

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3.1.4

Switch Press Functions at Printer Power-On Switch functions at printer power-on are as follows. The following switches are enabled, when pressed and held until RAM CHECK appears on the upper LCD display and, on the lower LCD display, three or four asterisks (*) appear. 1. BACK key, MENU- key and CANCEL key Enabled only for CU-F/W G1.26/X1.26 and earlier versions. After switch press is recognized, CU firmware activation is performed to restore CU board EEPROM to its factory shipped configuration. 2. BACK key, MENU+ key and CANCEL key Enabled only for CU-F/W G1.26/X1.26 and earlier versions. Performs forced HDD initialization. It should be noted that data, such as not-yet-printed data and JobAccount log data, is erased with the initialization (see 5.5.4 Actions Taken after Forced HDD/Flash Initialization). 3. MENU+ key, MENU- key and CANCEL key Enabled only for CU-F/W G1.26/X1.26 and earlier versions. Performs forced resident Flash initialization. The initialization causes network inoperability because the initialization erases data, such as NIC firmware and Mac addresses (see 5.5.4 Actions Taken after Forced HDD/Flash Initialization). For CU-FW *1.27 and later versions, the functions of the above (1) to (3) are replaced with those of the system maintenance menu, MAINTENANCE MENU. 4. MENU+ key, MENU- key and ENTER key Performs printer activation in CU program update mode. Printer activation in that mode causes network inoperability because the activation disables DLM function. 5. BACK key, ONLINE key and CANCEL key Performs CU program activation without activating object(s) which have been added in download mode etc. 6. MENU+ key an MENU- key Performs system maintenance menu activation. 7. BACK key, MENU- key and ENTER key Performs printer activation in a mode which ignores warnings/errors and which at all times keeps printer on-line state (a factory support function). 8. ONLINE key Performs printer activation in an exclusive mode which downloads objects, such as networks and USBs. 9. ENTER key Performs Admin menu activation.

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3.2

Adjustments after Parts Replacement


Adjustments required after parts replacement are described below. The adjustment and correction of color registration must be performed without exception.
Replaced Part LED Head Image Drum Cartridge (Any of Y, M, C and K) Fuser Unit Belt Unit PU (RSN Board) CU (ARC Board / OWL Board / SPA Board) Shutter Not required. Not required. Not required. Not required. Copying of EEPROM data *Note Copying of EEPROM data *Note Setting of correction value for density detection calibration chip Adjustment

Note: When a PU (RSN board) is replaced with a new one, data may not be read out of its EEPROM. In such cases, color balance must be adjusted.

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3.2.1

Precautions in replacing engine controller board When replacing an engine controller board (RSN PWB), read EEPROM data from the board and copy it onto a new board, using maintenance utility software. When SERVICE CALL 105 (an engine EEPROM error) appears on the operator panel, engine controller board replacement to a new board should be made. Version read function (fuse cut-off) is disabled when EEPROM data cannot be copied from a engine controller board (RSN PWB) being replaced, or after an engine controller board is replaced with a new one. In such cases, printer mode switching from Factory to Shipping must be processed by the PJL command. Procedure 1 for changing printer mode from Factory to Shipping (Operation from Control Panel) 1. Enter the self-diagnostic mode by turning the printer on while holding the MENU+ and MENUkeys down concurrently. 2. Press and hold the MENU+ and MENU- keys until LOCAL PARAMETER SET appears on the upper display, and then press the ENTER key. 3. Press MENU+ and MENU- keys to show FACTORY MODE on the upper display and, on the lower display, either FACTORY MODE or SHIPPING MODE to be desired to be set. 4. Use the combination of the CANCEL and ONLINE keys for three seconds to complete the programming. 5. Press the Back key to end the test. Upper Display
FACTORY MODE

Lower Display
FACTORY MODE SHIPPING MODE

Function Detail
Fuse cut-off disabling mode Fuse cut-out enabling mode

Procedure 2 for changing printer mode from Factory to Shipping (Operation by PJL Commands) [Description] 1. Sending appropriate PJL file to printer to establish Shipping mode. 2. Turning printers power on or sending reboot command (PJL file), to complete setting. [Procedure] Perform the following steps in response to MS-DOS prompts: 1. Execute Copy /b Pjl_ship.bin prn. 2. Execute Copy /b Pjl_reboot.bin prn, or turn the printer off and on again. [PJL Files Required] 1. Pjl_ship.bin 2. Pjl_reboot.bin

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Note!

Note that, because EEPROM (engine controller board) replacement clears information on the life of a belt unit, toner, image drum units, etc., errors are introduced in the control of the life until they are replaced after the EEPROM replacement. Counts cleared upon EEPROM replacement are as follows. The counts except Total Sheets Fed are cleared, the errors being eliminated, at the point where the units for which the counts are provided have been replaced with new ones. Item Description
Fuser unit life count

Count Description
A value converted on a A4-size-paper basis from number of pages printed (prints) after installation of a new fuser unit A value converted on a A4-size-paper basis from number of pages impressed (images) after installation of a new belt unit Values converted on a A4-size-paper basis from numbers of revolutions after installation of new image drum units Numbers of dots printed

Fuser unit

Belt unit

Belt unit life count

Image drum unit - Black Respective life counts Image drum unit - Yellow of image drum units Image drum unit - Magenta Image drum unit - Cyan

Toner - Black Toner - Yellow Toner - Magenta Toner - Cyan Total number of sheets fed Pages - Black Pages - Yellow Pages - Magenta Pages - Cyan

Respective counts of toner amounts used

Printer life count Respective numbers of pages impressed (images) with image drums

Total number of sheets fed Numbers of pages impressed (images) from installation of new image drum units.

3.2.2

EEPROM Setting after ARC Board / OWL Board / SPA Board Replacement When ARC/OWL/SPA board replacement, data in user-used board EEPROM is to be copied onto new boards using maintenance utility software (to allow new boards to inherit user-defined information and font installation information). When user-used EEPROMs are unusable due to its problem, new boards, whose destinations and must have been set, are to be used. Also newEEPROM destinations must have been set.

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3.2.3

Destination Setting (Check Method: Printing demo page) Destination setting is to be conducted at final setting after part installation in printers. The destination setting for each printer, which defaults to OEL, is to be set to the destination of the printer without exception at the time it is shipped.

Note! Destination settings are stored in ARC board / OWL board / SPA board EEPROM.
1. Maintenance-use boards: Destination setting for maintenance-use boards to Japan indirect sales, ODA, OEL and APS is not performed. They are shipped with the destination settings set to their default. 2. Setting from operator panel: Each printer is booted in Maintenance mode and its destination is set. While holding the MENU+ and MENU- keys down, turn on the printer. After MAINTENANCE MENU appears, the display changes to OKIUSER. Press the MENU+ key, select destination-setting OKIUSER and press the ENTER key. JP* is shown on the lower display. Press the ENTER key, select a destination using the MENU+ or MENU- key, and hit the ENTER key. Press the BACK key to confirm the selection. With the two presses of BACK key or the one press of ONLINE key, the printer is restarted with the destination changed. 3. Description C5100/5300 printers to Japan domestic and overseas destinations share a ROM. Destination setting must be performed where the ROM is used in printers to other-than-OEL destinations (destination settings default to OEL). Destination settings are stored in ARC board EEPROM. Program ROM version changes return destination settings to their initial values. Destination setting for maintenance-use boards, which destinations are not set at the time of shipment, is to be carried out when they are used. If destination is OEL and Russian compatible panel is installed, you need to change CODESET in CONFIG MENU in SYSTEM MAINTENANCE MENU to TYPE2 and reboot. (Refer to Section 3.0.1 System Maintenance Menu.)

3.3

Print Density Adjustment


Auto Density Adjustment mode is set to [AUTO] at printer shipment, which may cause print density to be out of its appropriate balance during printer operation. In such cases, the density is to be adjusted.

Notes! Print density adjustment is to be performed with printers at rest. Do not adjust print density during printer warming-up.
1. Press the MENU+ or MENU- key several times to show [COLOR MENU], and press the ENTER key. 2. Press the MENU+ or MENU- key to display [DENSITY ADJUSTMENT/ RESET]. 3. Press the ENTER key. Auto print density adjustment starts.

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3.4

Print Density Adjustment (Calibration Chip)


Print Density Input to Print Density Detection Calibration Chip 1. Each PU is to be programmed with a calibration target correction value (the last two characters of barcode information, about which see the illustration shown below) that is a shutter label marking. With shutter, sheet color, print density sensor or PU board replacement, correction value reprogramming must be performed. Setting from operator panel: While holding the MENU+ and MENU- keys down, turn the printer on. After MAINTENANCE MENU appears, the display changes to OKIUSER. Press the MENU+ key seven times to select DIAGNOSTIC MODE. Press the MENU+ and ONLINE key. ENGINE DIAG LEVEL2 is displayed. Press the MENU key two times to select ENGINE PARAMETER SET. Press the ONLINE or CANCEL key to show CHIP DISPERSION ADJUST 00H. Pressing the ENTER key blinks the first or second character of the display. Press the ONLINE or CANCEL key to set a correction setting. Press and hold the ONLINE or CANCEL key about two seconds to confirm the correction setting. The blinking correction setting becomes stay illuminated, bearing with an asterisk (*). The printer restarts and the correction setting takes effect. 1 Information written From left: One asterisk (*) character Four-digit date (ID barcode) system One-digit year (only one-digit x of 200x) One-digit month (X, Y and X, for Oct., Nov. and Dec.) Two-digit day Four digits Filled with zeros 0000 Two-digit correction value (In the same format as that for data manually input to printer) 00 to 04, for 0 to 4. FF to FC, for -1 to -4.
Code content

xxx.......xx FC 2-Character correction value Approx.31 mm

6mm

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4. 4.1

REGULAR MAINTENANCE Parts Replaced Regularly


Users are recommended to replace parts periodically according to the table below. (Print quality cannot be assured and damages may occur, when the parts are not replaced.)
Part Name Time of Replacement Condition for Replacement Adjustment (after replacement) 5,000 pages are printed. (5% duty) 15,000 pages are printed. (3P/J) 45,000 pages are printed. 50,000 pages are impressed. (3P/J)

Toner cartridge When [REPLACE TONEER] is displayed. ID When [REPLACE IMEGE DRUM] is displayed. When [REPLACE FUSER] is displayed. When [REPLACE BELT] is displayed.

Fuser unit

Belt unit

Parts are replaced periodically by users.

4.2

Cleaning
Clean the internal and external sections of the printer with waste and a small vacuum cleaner as required.

Note: Do not touch the image drum terminals, the LED lens array, and the LED head connecter.

4.3

Cleaning the LED Lens Array


Clean the LED head array while white bands or lines (white-out, faint print) appear in the vertical direction on a printed page.

Note: Be sure to clean the LED lens array with the LED lens array cleaner. (the LED head cleaner is packed together with the toner cartridge.)

White band, white stripe (Void or light printing)

4.4

Cleaning the Pick-up Roller


Clean the pick-up roller if lines appear in the vertical direction on the printed page.

Note: Use a soft cloth in order to avoid scratching the roller surface.

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5. 5.1

TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES Precautions before troubleshooting


(1) (2) (3) Confirm the basic inspection items described in the user manual. Obtain as much information regarding the problem from the user as possible. Check the printer in a condition close to that upon generating the problem.

5.2

Precautions before handling an abnormal image


(1) (2) (3) (4) Confirm that the environment for using this printer is appropriate. Confirm that consumables (toner, drum cartridge) are replaced appropriately. Confirm that paper is accurate. Refer to paper specifications. Confirm that the drum cartridge is set appropriately.

5.3

Precautions upon handling an abnormal image


(1) (2) (3) (4) Do not touch or allow foreign objects to contact the OPC drum surface. Do not expose the OPC drum to direct sunlight. Do not touch the fuser unit as it is heated significantly. Do not expose the image drum to light for longer than five minutes in room temperature.

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5.4

Preparing for Troubleshooting


(1) Operator panel display Problems that occur with the printer are indicated in the LCD. Apply proper remedies according to the message indicated in the LCD.

5.5

Troubleshooting Procedure
Confirm the problem in the following method when the printer generates a problem.
Problem generated

Problem is displayed in LCD.

Repair using the LCD message list (see 5.5.1).

Repair in detail using troubleshooting flow (see 5.5.2).

Abnormal image (or problems that are not displayed in the LCD)

Repair in detail using troubleshooting flow (see 5.5.3).

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5.5.1

LCD message list When the printer detects a non-recoverable error, the following service call error is displayed in the LCD. Service call nnn: error

Note:

nnn is an error code.

When [Service call] is displayed, error information that corresponds to the error code appears in the bottom line in the LCD. Be sure to make a note of, and report to related departments, the descriptive information (such as numeric values that indicate addresses), which is used for troubleshooting. Error codes, their definitions and remedies are described in Table 5-1-1. Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (1/5) Display on Operator Panel
LOAD mmm/ppp AND PRESS ONLINE SWITCH nnn: tttttt MEDIA MISMATCH
Ready Attention LED LED

Description
The media type in the tray does not match the print data. Load mmm/ppp paper in tttttt tray. MPTRAY (MP Tray) TRAY1 (Tray 1) TRAY2 (Tray 2) The media size or both media size and media type in the tray does not match the print data. Load mmmmmmmmm/ppppppp paper in tttttt tray. MPTRAY (MP Tray) TRAY1 (Tray 1) TRAY2 (Tray 2) Saving the Network configration to Flash memory when setting item which relate to Network was changed.

Code nnn

OFF

Blink

460 461 462

LOAD mmm/ppp AND PRESS ONLINE SWITCH nnn: tttttt SIZE MISMATCH

OFF

Blink

460 461 462

NETWORK CONFIG WRITING NETWORK INITIAL WAIT A MOMENT LOAD mm nnn: tttttt EMPTY

ON

ON

Varies Varies Network initializing.

OFF

Blink

Printing request is issued to an empty tttttt tray. Printing request is issued to Tray2 which is opened.. Printing request is issued to Tray1 which is opened when Tray2 is not exist. Load Mmmmmmmmm paper. TRAY1 (Tray 1) TRAY2 (Tray 2) Paper feed from MPTRAY is attempted, but the tray is empty. Loading mmm paper and pressing the On-line switch will start printing. MP TRAY (MP Tray) Tray1 cassette that is a paper path for the paper loaded from Tray2 to be printed to is removed. Tray1 cassette of paper to which printing is intended is removed, and paper cannot be fed.(When Tray2 exists) Memory capacity overflows. Press ON-LINE switch so that printing continues. Install expansion RAM or decrease data size.

491 492

LOAD mmm AND PRESS ONLINE SWITCH nnn:MP TRAY EMPTY

OFF

Blink

490 440

INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE nnn:TRAY1 OPEN INSTALL PAPER CASSETTE nnn:TRAY1 MISSING ADD MORE MEMORY nnn: MEMORY OVERFLOW

OFF

Blink

OFF

Blink

430

OFF

Blink

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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (2/5) Display on Operator Panel


REPLACE TONER nnn:* WASTE TONER FULL
Ready Attention LED LED

Description
* waste toner will fill up the box.Toner replacement is necessary. Y M C Displayed to confirm whether the user has replaced the * toner after Cover Open/Close. (This is because in case of Waster Toner Full, toner replacement cannot be automatically recognized.). The press of ENTER will reset the toner counter while clearing WASTE TONER FULL error. The press of CANCEL will bring the printer to waste toner full warning status. Y M C ******* toner empty Y M C K Warning status takes effect at Cover Open/Close, while allowing printing approx 50 pages (T.B.D). (A4, density 5%). Something is wrong with Toner Sensor. If the Engine setting is Factory mode, error display appears as mentioned later. (This warning has appeared since PU/ FW 00.83) Y M C K Inappropriate size paper was fed from a tray. Check the paper in the trays or check for Multiple-feed. Open and close the cover to perform recovery printing, and continue. JAM has occurred. MP TRAY1 JAM has occurred. TRAY1 TRAY2 FEED DUPLEX JAM has occurred in paper path. Transport Exit Duplex Entry Printing Page Lost

Code nnn

OFF

Blink

414 415 416

HAVE YOU REPLACED * TONER? Y=ENTER/N=CANCEL

OFF

Blink

REPLACE TONER nnn: * TONER EMPTY

OFF

Blink

410 411 412 413

CHECK TONER CARTRIDGE nnn:* TONER SENSOR ERROR

OFF

Blink

540 541 542 543 400

OPEN FRONT COVER nnn: PAPER SIZE ERROR

OFF

Blink

CHECK MP TRAY nnn: PAPER JAM OPEN FRONT COVER nnn: PAPER JAM

OFF

Blink

390

OFF

Blink

391 392 380 372

OPEN TOP COVER nnn: PAPER JAM

OFF

Blink

381 382 383 389

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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (3/5) Display on Operator Panel


OPEN DUPLEX COVER nnn: PAPER JAM
Ready Attention LED LED

Description
JAM has occurred nearby DUPLEX unit. Duplex Reversal Duplex Input Multifeed in Duplex Unit. Displayed if jam is occurring in Duplex Unit and the Duplex unit is removed. If a user removes the Duplex Unit when jam is not occurring in the Duplex unit, Service Call Error 181 occurs. Drum life. Warning status takes effect at cover open/ close. When the printer printed 500 pages (value of PU/ FW 00.80. PU/FW 00.79 20 pages), the error occurs again. Y M C K Fuser life. Warning status occurs at cover open/close. When the printer printed 500 pages, the error occurs again. Belt life. Warning status takes effect at cover open/close. When the printer printed 500 pages (value of PU/FW 00.80. PU/FW 00.79 20 pages), the error occurs again. Water toner full. Warning status takes effect at cover open/close. When the printer printed 500 pages, the error occurs again. Drum is not correctly installed. Y M C Belt is unlocked or black drum is not correctly installed. K Belt unit is not correctly installed.

Code nnn
370 371 373 360

OFF

Blink

INSTALL DUPLEX UNIT nnn: DUPLEX UNIT OPEN

OFF

Blink

REPLACE IMAGE DRUM nnn: * DRUM LIFE

OFF

Blink

350 351 352 353 354

REPLACE FUSER nnn: FUSER LIFE

OFF

Blink

REPLACE BELT nnn: BELT LIFE

OFF

Blink

355

REPLACE BELT nnn: BELT LIF

OFF

Blink

356

CHECK IMAGE DRUM nnn: * DRUM MISSING

OFF

Blink

340 341 342 343

CHECK IMAGE DRUM & BELT LOCK nnn: K DRUM MISSING CHECK BELT nnn: BELT MISSING CHECK FUSER nnn: FUSER MISSING CLOSE COVER nnn:COVER OPEN

OFF

Blink

OFF

Blink

330

OFF

Blink

Fuser unit is not correctly installed.

320

OFF

Blink

Cover is open. TOP (Top Cover) FRONT (Front Cover) (When either the upper or front cover is open, 310 and 311 appear in toggle because the sensor cannot identify which cover is open.) Cover is open. DUPLEX

310 311

CLOSE COVER nnn: DUPLEX COVER OPEN

OFF

Blink

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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (4/5) Display on Operator Panel


DOWNLOAD MODE DATA RECEIVE DOWNLOAD MODE DATA RECEIVED OK DOWNLOAD MODE REC DATA ERROR *
Ready Attention LED LED

Description
Download mode when download data is received in normal operation. Show download data is receiving. Receiving download data has finished.

Code nnn

OFF

ON

An error occurs when receiving download data. 1 FSize error 2 Checksum error 3 Print model No. error 4 Module I/F version error 5 FAT Version error Download data is writing.

DOWNLOAD MODE DATA WRITING DOWNLOAD MODE DATA WRITTEN OK DOWNLOAD MODE DATA WRITE ERROR

Writing download data has finished.

An error occurs when writing download data. 1 Memory alloc error 2 Download File error 3 Device free-space reserving error 4 Device free-space insufficient error 5 File Write error 6 CU-F/W Mismatch error OFF Blink A network error is occurring. 300

POWER OFF/ON nnn: NETWORK ERROR REBOOTING d

OFF

ON

Rebooting. d: Decimal value (1 digit). Shows a cause of the rebooting. d = 0 Not listed below = 1 PJL command = 2 Changing the menu = 3 QUIT operator in PostScript language = 4 Changing the NIC setting (including from Web Page) (See the list of Service Calls.) Fatal

POWER OFF/ON AND WAIT FOR A WHILE nnn:CONDENSING ERROR POWER OFF/ON nnn: FATAL ERROR SERVICE CALL nnn: FATAL ERROR DOWNLOAD MODE

OFF

Blink

OFF

Blink

(See the list of Service Calls.)

Fatal

OFF

Blink

(See the list of Service Calls.)

Fatal

ON

OFF

Download Mode after the printer was powered on with pressing the Online switch. The mode that the printer to ready to receive download data. Receiving download data.

DOWNLOAD MODE DATA RECEIVE

Blink

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Table 5-1-1 Operator Alarm (5/5) Display on Operator Panel


DOWNLOAD MODE DATA RECEIVED OK DOWNLOAD MODE REC DATA ERROR <No.***>
Ready Attention LED LED

Description
Finished receiving download data.

Code nnn

ON

OFF

ON

ON

An error occurs when receiving download data 001 Size error 002 ChechSUM error 003 Printer model No. error 004 Module I/F version error 005 FAT Version error Writing download data.

DOWNLOAD MODE DATA WRITING DOWNLOAD MODE DATA WRITTEN OK DOWNLOAD MODE DATA WRITE ERROR <No.***>

Blink

OFF

ON

OFF

Finished writing download data.

ON

ON

An error occurs when writing download data 011 Memory alloc error 012 Download File error 013 Device free-space reserving error 014 Device free-space insufficient error 015 File Write error 016 CU-F/W Mismatch error The controller side is initializing.

INITIALIZING

OFF

OFF

RAM CHECK\ ****************

OFF

OFF

RAM checking. * appears after every 1/16 of the total amount has been checked.

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Table 5-1-2 Service Call Error (1/5) Message


Service call 001:Error(C5300 only)

Cause
Machine Check Exception Hardware fault detected. (Board defectiveness or Shortage of power supply volume) CPU Exception

Error Description

Solution
Replace OWL/SPA board.

Power off/on 002:Error ~ 006:Error 007:Error(C5300 only) service 020:Error

Does error display reappear?

Yes

Power OFF/ON Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board.

CU ROM Hash Check Error

Does error display reappear? (the case of a device which program ROM is attached to board directly.)

Yes

Power OFF/ON Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board.

Service call 020:Error(C5300 only)

CU Program Is program ROM DIMM set ROM Hash Check properly? Error Is error recovered by replacing program ROM DIMM? (the case of a device which program ROM is set to DIMM Slot.) CU Font ROM Hash Check Error Does error display reappear?

No Yes No

Reset ROM DIMM Replace program ROM DIMM. Replace OWL/SPA board.

Service call 023:Error(C5300 only)

Yes

Power OFF/ON Replace OWL/SPA board. Power OFF/ON Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board. Reset RAM DIMM. Replace RAM DIMM. Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board. Use genuine RAM DIMM. Reset RAM DIMM. Replace RAM DIMM. Replace OWL/SPA board. Power OFF/ON Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board. Power OFF/ON Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board.

Service call 030:Error

CU RAM Check Error

Does error display reappear?

Yes

Service call 031:Error

CU Optional RAM Is RAM DIMM set properly? Check Error Is error recovered by replacing RAM DIMM? CU Optional RAM Is RAM DIMM genuin? Spec Error CU RAM DIMM is Is RAM DIMM set properly? not adjust to the Is error recovered by replacing specification. RAM DIMM? CU EEPROM Error

No Yes No

Service call 035:Error(C5300 only)

No No Yes No

Service call 040:Error

Does error display reappear?

Yes

Service call 041:Error

CU Flash Error Flash ROM Error on the CU board.

Does error display reappear?

Yes

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Table 5-1-2 Service Call Error (2/5) Message


Service call 042:Error ~ 044:Error

Cause

Error Description

Solution
Run forced initialization of Flash.(Note that NICF/W and Mac address is deleted. After the initialization, it is need to download NIC-F/W and/or Mac address by Maintenance utility.) In the case of before CU-F/W G1.26/X1.26, Press +, -, CANCEL to turn power ON. And after CU-F/W G1.27/X1.27, execute FLASH FORMAT of MAINTENANCE MENU of SYSTEM MAINTENANCE MENU. Release buttons when [FLASH FORMAT] appears, wait until [ONLINE] (2min) and Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board if symptom does not change. No Yes No Connect properly. Replace fan. Replace OWL/SPA board. Power OFF/ON. Replace OWL/SPA board. Set properly. Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board. Replace PU board (RSN)

Flash File System Failed access to Flash set directly on CU board. Error

Service call 051:Error(C5300 only)

CU Fan Error Abnormal CPU cooling fan on CU board. PSE firmware fault detected.

Is CU Fan connector set properly? Is error recovered by replacing fan?

Power off/on 070:Error(C5300 only)

Does error reoccur?

Yes

Power off/on 072:Error xx

Engine I/F Error I/F error between PU-CU.

Is CU assembly set properly?

No Yes No

Is error recovered by replacing ARC/OWL board? Power off/on 073:Error xxxxxxxx Video Error Fault detected when image data is extended. [C5100] Is CU assembly set properly?

No Yes

Fault again? [C5300] Is CU assembly set properly?

Yes

Set properly. Replace to highperformance PC or drop resolution of data and print again. Replace ARC board

No Yes

Set properly. Replace OWL/SPA board. Set properly. Replace ARC/OWL/ SPA board.

Power off/on 074:Error xxxxxxxx 075:Error xxxxxxxx

Video Error Fault detected when image data is extended.

Is CU assembly set properly?

No Yes

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Table 5-1-2 Service Call Error (3/5) Message


Service call 104:Error

Cause
Engine EEPROM setting check is OK when power ON. Then detect read/ write error. Read/ write error in the setting check of engine EEPROM when power on. Abnormal engine control logic. High-voltage power supply I/F error.

Error Description
Does error reoccur? Yes

Solution
Power OFF/ON Replace PU board (RSN)

Service call 105:Error

Does error reoccur?

Yes

Power OFF/ON Replace PU board (RSN)

Service call 106:Error Service call 121:Error

Does error reoccur? Is cable between PU board and high-voltage power unit connected properly? Is there no improperly connections?

Yes No Yes No No Yes No Yes

Power OFF/ON Replace PU board (RSN) Connect properly. Check improper connections for high-voltage. Replace high-voltage power supply? Check connections for connector of fan. Replace low-voltage power supply. Replace fan motor. Replace low-voltage power supply. Power OFF/ON Replace humidity sensor Power OFF/ON Replace humidity sensor Connect properly again. Replace fan motor Replace PU board (RSN) Set properly for LED head unit. Turn power ON again. Replace LED head unit Reset ID unit. Turn power ON again. Replace ID Up/Down sensor. Reset ID unit. Turn power ON again. After check connections of cable between PRD board and PU board, replace PRD board. Replace PU board (RSN)

Service call 122:Error

Low-voltage Is fan in low-voltage power power supply fan supply unit operating? error. Low-voltage power supply temperature error. Is fan connector connected properly? Abnormal environment humidty / Does error reoccur? Not connected humidity sensor. Abnormal environment tempera- Does error reoccur? ture. Error detected at the fuser unit cooling fan. LED head fault detected. (131 = Y, 132 = M, 133 = C, 134 = K) Error detented at ID position of Up/ Down Is fan connector connected properly? Does error reoccur? Is LED head properly set?

Service call 123:Error

Yes

Service call 124:Error Service call 127:Error Service call 131:Error ~ 134:Error Service call 142:Error

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

Does error reoccur? Is ID unit set properly? Does error reoccur?

Service call 150:Error ~ 153:Error

ID unit fuse Is ID unit setting proper? cannot be disconnected. (150 = Y, Does error reoccur? 151 = M, 152 = C, 153 = K)

Is error recovered by replacing PRD board?

No

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Table 5-1-2 Service Call Error (4/5) Message


Service call 154:Error

Cause
Belt unit fuse cannot be disconnected.

Error Description
Is belt unit setting proper? Does error reoccur? No Yes Yes

Solution
Reset belt unit. Turn power ON again. Check cable connections and, replace PU board(RSN) After cleaning for fuser connector, reset. Turn power ON again. Check cable connections and replace PU board (RSN) Set toner cartridge. Turn a lock lever of toner to a fixed position. Replace toner sensor or assembly.

Service call 155:Error

Fuser unit fuse cannot be disconnected.

Is fuser unit set properly? Does error reoccur?

No Yes Yes

Service call 160:Error ~ 163:Error

Error detected by Is toner cartridge setting? toner sensor. (160 Is toner lock lever setting? = Y, 161 = M, 162 = C, 163 = K) Does error reoccur? It does not occure in factory default setting. Short circuit in fuser thermistor or open detected. Abnormal temperature detected by fuser thermistor (high-temp or low temp.) Option unit I/F error. (181 = Duplex Unit, 182 = Option Tray) System Memory Overflow. PU Firmware download Error.

No No Yes

Service call 170:Error 171:Error Service call 172:Error 173:Error

Does error reoccur?

Yes

Turn power ON again. Replace fuser unit.

Does error reoccur?

Yes

Turn power ON again. Replace fuser unit.

Service call 181:Error 182:Error

Does error reoccur?

Yes

Turn power ON again. After checking connection parts of connector, replace option unit. Turn power ON again. Add option RAM DIMM. Turn the printer OFF/ON, and retry to download the PU firmware again. (Usually, the procedure (PU firmware download) which isnt done, so this is not occur.) Turn the printer OFF/ON, and retry to download the PU firmware, again. (Usually, the procedure isnt done, so this is not occur.)

Power off/on 190:Error Service call 200:Error ~ 202:Error

Does error reoccur? Error occurered while writing over the PU firmware.

Yes

Power off/on 209:Download Error

Media Table download Error.

Downloading Media Table to PU has failure.(Related to Custom Media Type)

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Table 5-1-2 Service Call Error (5/5) Message


Power off/on 203:Error 204:Error 207:Error 208:Error 210:Error ~ 214:Error F0C:Error F0D:Error(C5300 only) FFE:Error(C5300 only) FFF:Error Service call 220:Error

Cause
An error was detected of the CU program. (203~214 is not occure in usual operating.)

Error Description
Reinstall the CU board. Is the error message displayed again?

Solution
After turn power OFF, check connections between CU board and PU board. Then turn power ON again.

False setting of a record medium detected by a print statistics. Short or open in belt thermistor detected.

Take off the HDD or replaced?

Yes

Reset original HDD.

Power off/on 901:Error 902:Error

Is belt thermistor cable setting proper? Does error reoccur?

No Yes Yes

Connect cable set properly again. Turn power ON again. Replace belt thermistor. Connect cable set properly again. Turn power ON again. Replace belt thermistor and leave aside for 30 min. Then turn power ON again.

Power off/on 903:Error 904:Error

Abnormal temperature detected by belt thermistor (high-temp or low temp.)

Is belt thermistor cable setting proper? Does error reoccur?

No Yes Yes

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5.5.2

Preparing for troubleshooting (1) Operator panel display Problems that are generated in this device are indicated in the LCD. Apply proper measures according to the message displayed in the LCD.
Problem Printer Malfunction after Turn-on. Jam Errors Paper Loading Jam (1st tray) Paper Loading Jam (Multipurpose tray) Paper Feed Jam Paper Exit Jam Duplex Print Jam Paper Size Error Image Drum Up/Down Operation Error Fuser Unit Error Motor Fan Error Flow Chart No. 1

No. 1 2

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

3 4 5 6

Note: When replacing engine boards (RSN PWBs), read in the EEPROM chip data from the boards and copy it onto installed new boards.

Is an error message displayed? YES w NO Perform according to the error message.

Is black displayed in the top and bottom lines of the operator panel LCD? NO Is asterisk mark " * " displayed in the operator panel LCD? NO The operator panel LCD displays none. Check the power supply voltage: 3.3V and 5V 3.3V to pins 4 and 5, and 5V to pins 7 and 8, of RSN PWB CUIF connector. NO w YES Replace the power supply.

YES

Replace the engine board.

w YES Is ROM DIMM A set properly? NO w YES Set a program DIMM to ROM DIMM A properly. If the error is not recovered, replace the CU board.

Check the connection between the engine board and the OPE board. If the error is not recovered, replace the engine board or the OPE board.

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1 The printer does not operate properly after it is turned on. Turn the printer off and on again. Does appear (for about one second)? NO Is the AC cable connected properly? NO Connect the AC cable properly. w YES Is +5V being output to the operator panel connector (OPE connector) on the engine board (RSN PWB)? Pin 4: +5V. Pin 7: 0V. YES Is +5V being output to the connector CN1 on the OPE board (RSP PWB)? Pin 4: +5V. Pin 7: 0V. NO Is the operator panel cable connected properly? NO Connect the cable properly.

w YES Replace the operator panel cable. Has the printer recovered from the error? NO w YES End. w NO Is +5V being output to the POWER connector on the engine board (RSN PWB)? Pins 7 to 9: +5V. Pins 1 to 3, and 13 to 17: 0V. NO Replace the low voltage power unit after checking the connection of the POWER connector. Replace the OPE board.

w YES Replace the engine board. w YES Are the following voltages being output to the CU board PUIF connector? Pins 7 and 8: +5V. Pins 4 and 5: +3.3V. Pins 1, 2, 3 and 6: 0V.

YES Replace the CU Board. w NO Are the following voltages being output to the POWER connector on the engine board? Pins 7 to 9: +5V. Pins 10 to 12: +3.3V. Pins 4 to 6: +24V. Pins 1 to 3, and 13 to 17: 0V.

YES Replace the engine board. w NO Replace the low voltage power unit.

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2-1 Paper Loading Jam (1st tray) Does a paper loading jam occur immediately after the printer is turned on? YES Is paper jammed at the entrance sensor 1 or the entrance sensor 2? YES Remove the jammed paper. (A) w NO Do the levers (of entrance sensor1 and the entrance sensor 2) move properly? NO Replace defective sensor lever(s).

w YES Do the sensors operate properly? [Operate each sensor lever to check the signals on FSNS connector pins of the engine board (RSN PWB)]. Pin 4: Entrance sensor 1, Pin 2: Entrance sensor 2. NO Replace the front sensor board (RSF PWB) after checking signal cable connection.

w YES Replace the engine board after checking signal cable connection. w NO Does a paper loading jam occur moments after paper is drawn into the printer?

YES Has paper reached the entrance sensor 1 or the entrance sensor 2? YES Go to (A).

w NO w NO

Replace the feed roller or the paper cassettes paper separation frame assy. Is the 1st hopping motor running?

YES Is the solenoid operating properly? NO Replace the solenoid.

w YES Does the solenoid have a rated resistance (approx. 8.9)? NO Replace the solenoid. w YES Replace the feed roller or the paper cassettes paper separation frame assy. w NO NO w YES NO w YES Does the 1st hopping motor have a rated resistance (approx. 3.5)? Replace the 1st hopping motor. Is 24V being output to the fuse F2 on the engine board? Replace the low voltage power unit. Replace the engine board after checking gear engagement and cable connection.

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2-2 Paper Loading Jam (Multipurpose tray) Does a paper loading jam occur immediately after the printer is turned on? YES Is paper jammed at the entrance sensor 1 or the entrance sensor 2? YES Remove the jammed paper. (A) w NO Does the lever of the entrance sensor 2 move properly? NO Replace the lever.

w YES Does the entrance sensor 2 work properly? [Operate the lever to check, through the switch scan test of System Maintenance mode, the sensor for proper working, or to check the signal on a corresponding FSNS connector pin of the engine board (RSN PWB).] Pin 3: Entrance sensor 2 NO Replace the front sensor board (RSF PWB) after checking signal cable connection.

w YES Replace the engine board after checking signal cable connection. w NO Does a paper loading jam occur at the instant after paper is drawn into the printer?

YES Has paper reached the entrance sensor 2? YES Go to (A).

w NO w NO NO

Replace the multipurpose tray assy. Is the hopping motor running? Is +24V being output to the fuse F2 on the engine board? NO Replace the low voltage power unit.

w YES Replace the engine board after checking cable connection. w YES NO w YES Is the MPT feed roller turning? Replace the gear assy - hopping. Replace the engine board after checking cable connection.

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2-3 Paper Feed Jam Does the printer have a paperfeed jam immediately after it is turned on? YES Is paper jammed at the write sensor? YES Remove the jammed paper. (A) w NO Does the write sensor lever move properly? NO Replace the lever.

w YES Does the write sensor work properly? [Operate the sensor lever to check the signal on a corresponding FSNS connector pin of the engine board (RSN PWB)]. Pin2: Entrance belt sensor NO Replace the front sensor board (RSF PWB) after checking cable connection.

w YES Replace the engine board. w NO Does the printer have a paperfeed jam immediately after the printer draws paper into it?

YES Has paper reached the write sensor? YES Go to (A).

w NO

Is the hopping motor running? NO Does the hopping motor have a rated resistance (approx. 3.5)? NO Replace the hopping motor.

YES Replace the engine board after checking gear engagement.

w YES Replace the registration roller. w NO Does a paperfeed jam occur during paper loading?

YES Is the belt motor running? NO Does the belt motor have a rated resistance (approx. 3.5)? NO w Replace the belt motor.

YES Is 24V being output to the DRIVER connector pin 1 on the engine board? NO Replace the engine board.

YES Replace the engine board after checking gear engagement.

w YES Replace the belt unit after checking gear engagement. w NO End

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2-4 Paper Exit Jam Does a paper exit jam occur immediately following the printer is turned on? YES Is paper jammed at the exit sensor? YES Remove the jammed paper. w NO Does the paper exit sensor lever move properly? NO Replace the lever.

w YES Does the paper exit sensor work properly? [Operate the paper exit sensor lever to check, through the switch scan test of System Maintenance mode, the sensor for proper working, or to check the signal on the DRIVER connector pin 8 on the engine board (RSN PWB).] NO Replace the paper exit sensor after checking signal cable connection.

w YES Replace the engine board. w NO Is the face-up stacker cover completely open or closed? NO w YES NO Completely open or close the cover.

Is the heat motor running? Does the heat motor have a rated resistance (approx. 6.0)? NO Replace the heat motor.

w YES Is 24V being output to the DRIVER connector pin 1 on the engine board? NO Replace the engine board. w YES Replace the driver board after checking cable connection. w YES NO Does the exit guide assy work properly? Replace the exit guide assy.

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2-5 Duplex Print Jam Does a paperfeed jam occur at the instant following the printer is turned on? YES Does paper exist in the duplex unit? YES Remove the jammed paper. (A) w NO Do the duplex-in sensor, rear sensor and front sensor levers move properly? NO Replace problem sensor lever(s).

w YES Do the duplex-in, rear and front sensors function properly? (Through the switch scan test of System Maintenance mode, check the sensors are placed at the paper absence detection level.) NO Replace malfunctioned sensor(s) after checking cable connection.

w YES Replace the duplex controller board (V7X PWB). w NO Does a paperfeed jam occur moments after paper is drawn into the printer?

YES Has paper reached the duplex rear sensor? YES Proceed to (A).

w NO

Is the duplex motor running? NO Does the duplex motor have a rated resistance (approx. 6.0)? NO Replace the duplex motor.

YES Replace the duplex board (V7X PWB) after checking gear engagement.

w YES Replace the registration roller A or B. w NO Replace the duplex unit.

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3 Paper Size Error Is proper size paper being used? NO w YES Use proper size paper. Is paper jammed at the entrance sensor 2?

YES Remove the jammed paper. w NO NO w YES Does the lever of the entrance sensor 2 move properly? Replace the lever. Does the entrance sensor 2 work properly? (Operate the entrance sensor lever to check the signal on a corresponding FSNS connector pin on the engine board RSN PWB.) Pin 2: Entrance sensor 2 Replace the sensor board (RSF PWB) after checking cable connection. Does the lever of the write sensor move properly? Replace the lever. Does the write sensor work properly? (Operate the write sensor lever to check, through the switch scan test of System Maintenance mode, the sensor for proper operation. The signal on a corresponding FSNS connector pin of the engine board (RSN PWB) is to be checked.) Pin 3: Entrance write sensor Replace the sensor board (RSF PWB) after checking cable connection. Replace the engine board after checking cable connection.

NO w YES NO w YES

NO w YES

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4 Image Drum Unit (ID) Up/Down Operation Error Power the printer off and, after a few seconds, on again. Are all the ID drums properly revolving during printing? NO Does the ID motor (C) have a rated resistance (approx. 3.5)? NO Replace the ID motor(C).

w YES Is 24V being output to the F1 of the engine board? NO Replace the low voltage power unit.

w YES Replace the engine board after checking cable connection. w YES Is ID up-and-down operation being performed (is the operation performed by ID UP/DOWN on motor and clutch testing)? Replace the gear assys - planet L and R. Does the ID up/down sensor work properly? (Check the signals on the high voltage power unit CN3, pin 2.) Are: 5V with the sensor light unshielded; and 0V with sensor light shielded being output? Replace the high voltage power unit. Replace the engine board after checking the cable connection between the high voltage power unit and the engine board (RSN PWB)

NO w YES

NO w YES

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5 Fuser Unit Error Does a fuser unit error occur immediately after the printer is turned on? (A) YES Is the heat roller thermistor broken or short-circuited (see figure 5-1)? (approx. 190 k to 980 k at room temperatures of 0 to 43C) w NO NO w NO Does a fuser unit error occur about one minute after printer is turned on? Go to (A). Is the heater of the fuser unit on (Is it hot)? YES Replace the fuser unit.

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YES

YES Replace the engine board. Has the problem been corrected? YES End. Replace the fuser unit. Is AC voltage being output between the low voltage unit CN2 connector pins 1 and 3? Replace the low-voltage power unit. Has the problem been corrected? YES End. Replace the engine board. Replace the fuser unit.

w NO NO NO w NO YES

The resistance between these two pins Heat Roller Thermistor

Figure 5.1

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6 Motor Fan Error Does the low voltage power supply fan run after the printer is turned on? NO Is 24V being output to the POWER connector on the engine board (RSN PWB)? 24V: Pins 4, 5 and 6 NO Replace the low voltage power unit after checking cable connection.

w YES Has the low voltage power unit fan replaced? YES End. w NO w YES NO Replace the low voltage power unit fan. Does the fuser unit fan fan rotate after the printer is turned on again? Is 24V being output to the fuse 3 on the engine board (RSN PWB)? NO Is 24V being output to the POWER connector on the engine board (RSN PWB)? 24V: Pins 4, 5 and 6 NO w Replace the low voltage power unit after checking cable connection.

YES Replace the engine board.

w YES Replace the high voltage power unit fan. w YES End.

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5.5.3

Image Problem Troubleshooting When printout images are not satisfactory as illustrated below, follow the troubleshooting steps listed below. Abnormal Image Light or faded image, or color misalignment, on whole page (Figure 5.2- A ) Dirty background (Figure 5.2- B ) Blank page (Figure 5.2- C ) Vertical belt or line (black or color) (Figure 5.2- D ) Vertical belt or line (white or uneven-color) (Figure 5.2- F ) Poor fusing (ink spreads or peels when touched with fingers.) Defective image of regular interval (Figure 5.2- E ) Missing image Color misalignment Color different from original one Flowchart No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0

A Light or faded image on whole page

Dirty Background

Blank

D Vertical black belt or line

E Defective image of regular interval

F Vertical white belt or line

Figure 5.2

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Light or faded image, or color misalignment, on whole page (Fig 5-2 A ) Is toner running short (Is TONER LOW displayed)? YES Supply toner.

NO NO

Is proper paper being used? Use proper paper. Are the LED head lenses dirty?

YES

YES Clean dirty lens(es). w NO Are the LED head assys all connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? Connect the cable(s) between not properly connected LED head(s) and the engine board correctly. Are +5V and +3.3V being output from the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) to the LED head assys? +3.3V: 14 +5V: 16, 18, 29, 22 and 24 Replace the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB). Replace the LED head assys after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

NO w

YES

NO w YES

YES End. w NO Replace the high voltage power unit or the belt unit after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

YES End. w NO NO w YES Are the image drum unit pins connected to the contact assy properly (see figure 5-2)? Connect not properly connected image drum unit(s) to the contact assy correctly. Replace the image drum units.

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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2 Dirty background (Fig. 5-2 B ) Were the image drums exposed to external light for a long time? YES Replace exposed image drum unit(s). w NO Are the rollers of the fuser unit dirty?

YES Replace the fuser unit. w NO Is MEDIA WEIGHT set correctly? LIGHT: 64 to 74 g/m2. MEDIUM: 75 to 104 g/m2. HEAVY: 105 to 120 g/m2. ULTRAHEAVY: 121 to 203 g/m2. TRANSPAREMCY. Set the MEDIA WEIGHT correctly. Are the LED head assys connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? Connect not properly connected LED head assy(s) to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) correctly. Are +5V and +3.3V being output to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) K, Y, M and C LED HEAD connector pins? +3.3V: 14 +5V: 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 NO w YES Replace the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB).

NO w YES

NO w

YES

Replace the LED head assys after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

YES End. w NO Replace the engine board. Has the problem been corrected?

YES End. w NO Replace the high voltage power unit or the belt unit after checking cable connection. Has the problem been resolved?

YES End. w NO Be sure cable connection is established. Are the pins of the image drum units connected to the contact assy properly (see figure 5-3)? Connect not properly connected pin(s) to the contact assy correctly. Replace the image drum units.

NO w YES

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Blank page (Fig 5-2 C ) Are the LED head assys connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? NO Check the cable connection between not properly connected LED assy(s) and CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB), and connect them correctly. Are +5V and +3.3V being output to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) K, Y, M and C HEAD connector pins? +5V: Pins 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 +3.3V: Pin 14

YES

YES Replace the LED head assys after checking cable connection. w NO Are +5V and +3.3V being output to the engine board (RSN PWB) CUIF connector? +5V: Pins 7, 8 and 9 +3.3V: Pins 10, 11 and 12 Replace the low voltage power unit after checking cable connection. Is 24V being output to the engine (RSN PWB) HVOLT connector pin 15? Replace the engine board. Replace the high voltage power unit or the belt unit after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

NO w YES NO w YES

YES End. w NO NO w YES Are the image drum pins connected to the contact assy properly (see figure 5-2)? Connect not properly connected image drum pin(s) to the contact assy correctly. Replace the image drum units.

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Vertical belt or line (black or color) (Fig. 5-2 D ) Connect not properly connected LED head assy(s) to the CU board correctly. NO Connect the LED head assembly to the connection board properly. Is the pin connection of the image drum unit(s) to the contact assy proper (see figure 5-3)? Connect not properly connected pin(s) to the contact assy correctly. Replace the image drum unit(s).

YES NO

YES

Replace the LED head assys after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected? YES End.

NO

Replace the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) after checking cable connection. Has the problem been resolved?

YES End. w NO Is the engine board (RSN PWB) connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? Connect the engine board to the connection board correctly. Replace the engine board (RSN PWB) after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

NO w YES

YES End.

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Vertical belt or line (white or uneven-color) (Fig. 5-2 F ) Are the LED heads dirty? YES Clean dirty LED head(s).

NO NO

Are the image drum pins connected to the contact assy properly (see figure 5-3 D)? Connect not properly connected pin(s) to the contact assy correctly. Replace the image drum units.

YES

Are the LED head assys connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? NO Connect not properly connected LED head assy(s) to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) correctly. Replace LED head assys after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

YES

YES End. w NO Replace the high voltage belt unit. Has the problem been corrected?

YES End. w NO Replace the connection board (Y73 PWB) after checking cable connection. Has the problem been resolved?

YES End. w NO NO w YES Is the I/D terminal connected properly to the contact assembly? (See Fig. 5-3) Is the engine board (RSN PWB) connected to the CU board properly? Replace the engine board (RSN PWB) after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

YES End.

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Poor fusing (Ink spreads or peels when touched lightly with fingers.) Is proper paper being used? NO Use proper paper. Are the contact of the fuser unit connected properly? Connect the contact of the fuser unit properly. Are the rollers of the fuser unit dirty?

YES NO

YES

YES Replace the fuser unit. w NO Is MEDIA WEIGHT (menu 1) set properly? LIGHT: 64 to 74 g/m2. MEDIUM: 75 to 104 g/m2. HEAVY: 105 to 120 g/m2. ULTRAHEAVY: 121 to 203 g/m2. TRANSPAREMCY. Set the MEDIA WEIGHT correctly. Is AC voltage being output between the CN2 connector pins 1 and 3 of the low voltage power unit? Replace the low voltage power unit. Does the heat roller thermistor have a rated resistance (approx. 180 k to 980 k at room temperatures of 0 to 43C) (see figure 5-1)? Replace the fuser unit. Does the fuser temperature agree with its specification? Check the fuser temperature on the LCD display of Engine Maintenance mode. Heat Roller: 145 to 155C 155 to 174C (when MEDIA WEIGHT is set to LIGHT) Replace the fuser unit. Replace the fuser unit.

NO w YES

NO w YES

NO w YES

NO w YES

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Defective image of regular interval (Figure 5.2- E ) Interval 94.2 mm 50.24 mm 47.10 mm 37.68 mm 85.41 mm 87.92mm 50.24mm 43.96mm Problem Image Drum Developing Roller Toner Supply Roller Charging Roller Fuser Upper Roller Fuser Lower Roller Transfer Roller (K) Transfer Roller (Color) Troubleshooting Replace the image drum unit. Replace the image drum unit. Replace the image drum unit. Replace the image drum unit. Replace the fuser unit. Replace the fuser unit. Replace the belt unit. Replace the belt unit.

Note: The life counts of the image drum units, fuser unit and belt unit are automatically reset at their respective replacements.

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Missing image Are the LED heads dirty? YES Clean dirty LED head(s).

NO

Are the LED head assys connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? Check the connection cables between not properly connected LED head(s) and the CU board, and connect them correctly. Are +5V and +3.3V being output to the following HEADPOW connector pins of the CU board (ARC PWB)? +5V: Pins 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 +3.3V: Pin 14

NO w

YES

YES Is +5V being output from the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) to the LED heads? NO Replace the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB).

w YES Replace the LED head assys after checking cable connection. Has the problem been resolved? w NO Replace the driver board (RSM PWB) after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

YES End. w NO Is 24V being output to the POWER connector on the engine board (RSN PWB)? +24V: Pins 2, 4, and 6 Replace the low voltage power unit after checking cable connection. Is 24V being output to the HVOLT connector pin 15 of the engine board (RSN PWB)? Replace the engine board. Replace the high voltage power unit or the belt unit after checking cable connection.

NO w YES NO w YES

YES End. w NO Are the pins of the image drum units are connected to the contact assy properly (see figure 5-3)? Connect not properly connected pins to the contact assy correctly. Replace the image drum units.

NO w YES

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Color misalignment TONER LOW is showing on the display. YES Supply toner. Has the problem been resolved? YES End.

NO

Conduct a color registration test of Engine Maintenance mode. Procedure: Enter the self-diagnostic mode (level 1) of Engine maintenance mode.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE XX.XX.XX

Pressing the MENU+ or MENU- key three times displays REG ADJUST TEST. REG ADJUST TEST

Press the ENTER key once to show REG ADJUST EXECUTE. REG ADJUST EXECUTE

Press the ENTER key to execute auto color registration adjustment (the motor starts running and color registration adjustment is performed). w Has the symptom that the color registration adjustment operation is not performed (the motor does not run) and OK is immediately displayed occurred? YES An other-than-color-misalignment error occurred. misalignment resolved? YES End. (A) Correct the error. Has the color

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(A) w NO Is NG CALIBRATION LEFT/RIGHT displayed?

YES Is the color registration sensor cover dirty? YES: A malfunction of the sensor cover front surface cleaning operation of the cleaning blade placed on the back of the shutter occurred. Replace the shutter and the sensor cover to restore cleanability.

w NO

Make sure of color registration sensor board (Z71 PWB) connector, and engine board (RSN PWB) RSNS and PUIF connector connections. Has the problem been corrected? YES End.

w NO

Replace the driver board. Has the problem been resolved? YES End.

w NO

Replace the engine board. Has the problem been resolved? YES End.

w NO

Replace the color registration sensor board and driver board connection cable. Has the problem been corrected? YES End.

w NO

Replace the driver board and PU connection cable. Has the problem been resolved? YES End.

NO

Is DYNAMICRANGE LEFT/RIGHT displayed?

YES Is the color registration sensor cover dirty? YES A malfunction of the sensor cover front surface cleaning operation of the cleaning blade placed on the back of the shutter occurred. Replace the shutter and the sensor cover to restore cleanability.

w NO

Are there any problems in shutter opening and closing operation? YES Replace the shutter.

w NO

Replace the belt unit. Has the problem been corrected? YES End.

w NO

Replace the image drum units. Has the problem been resolved? YES End.

(B)

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(B) [Is YELLOW/MAGENTA/CYAN LEFT/RIGHT/HORIZONTAL displayed? YES Replace the belt unit. Has the problem been corrected? YES End. w NO Replace the image drum unit. Has the problem been resolved? YES End. w NO Are there any problems in the gear assys of the image drums, multipurpose tray, belt unit, belt motor etc.? YES Replace damaged gear assy(s). w NO Replace the driver board. Has the problem been corrected? YES End. w NO Are the LED head units connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? NO Connect not properly connected LED head unit(s) to the connection board correctly.

w YES Replace the LED head assys after checking cable connection. Has the problem been resolved? YES End. w NO Replace the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected? YES End. w NO Is the engine board (RSN PWB) connected to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? NO w NO Connect the engine board to the connection board correctly.

Replace the engine board. Has the problem been resolved? YES End.

w NO

Are the pins of the image drum units connected to the contact assy properly (see figure 53)? NO Connect not properly connected pins to the contact assy correctly.

w YES Replace the image drum units.

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Color different from original one Are the LED head lenses dirty? YES Clean dirty LED head lens(es).

NO

Are the LED head assys connected to the connection board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) properly? Check the cable connection between not properly connected LED assy(s) and the connection board, and connect them correctly. Are +5V and +3.3V being output to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB) HEAD connector pins? +5V: Pins 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 +33.V: Pin 14

NO w

YES

YES Is +5V being output to the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB)? NO Replace the CU board (ARC PWB / OWL PWB / SPA PWB).

w YES Replace the LED head assys after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected? YES End. w NO

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Replace the driver board (RSM PWB) after checking cable connection. Has the problem been resolved? YES End.

NO

Is 5V being output to the engine board (RSN PWB) POWER connector? +5V: Pins 7, 8 and 9 Replace the low voltage power unit after checking cable connection. Is 24V being output to the engine board (RSN PWB) HVOLT connector pin 15? Replace the engine board. Replace the high voltage power unit or the belt cassette assy after checking cable connection. Has the problem been corrected?

NO YES NO YES

YES End. NO NO YES Are the pins of the image drum units connected to the contact assy properly (see figure 5-3)? Connect not properly connected pin(s) to the contact assy correctly. Replace the imaged drum units.

Note: When replacing the engine board (RSN PWB), extract EEPROM data from it and copy the data onto a new engine board.

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Charging Roller Ground

Developing Roller Toner Supply Roller

Figure 5.3

5.5.4

Actions Taken after Forced HDD/Flash Initialization This section describes actions taken after forced HDD or Flash initialization in the event of problems in HDDs or Flash. 1) Actions after Forced HDD Initialization Forced HDD initialization erases the following data. There are no data recovery methods. Internal not-yet-printed data JobAccount log data (when JobAccount has been activated) Actions after Forced Flash Initialization Forced Flash initialization erases the following data, causing network inoperability. NIC firmware Mac addresses Web page data OEM-oriented demonstration page data (in printers to OEM purchasers)

2)

Using maintenance utility software, Flash must be programmed with the above NIC-firmware, Mac addresses and Web page data.

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5.6

Fuse Checking
When the following errors occur, that fuse on the high voltage board which is associated with each error is to be checked (see table 5-6). Table 5-6 Fuse Error

Fuse Name F1 F2 Engine Board (RSN PWB) F4 F5 F6 High Voltage Board IP102 F3

Error Description M or C toner sensor error K toner sensor error Cover open error

Insert Point M-ID and C-ID motor 24V Hop and K-ID motor 24V High voltage, fan, Ver and Y-ID 24V

2nd tray or duplex unit paper jam Paper jam during printing No operator panel display Cover open error

2nd tray and duplex 24V Belt fuser motor 24V 5V sensor system High voltage 24V

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6.

6.1

Unit Red

Circuit Diagram

Illustration

Resistance

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1 Brawn Between pins 1 and 2: 3.5 Between pins 3 and 4: 3.5 Yellow Blue

Transport Belt Motor

Resistance Checks

CONNECTION DIAGRAM

M
2 3 4 Between pins 1 and 2: 6.0 Between pins 3 and 4: 6.0

Main Motor (Y)

M
2 3 4 Between pins 1 and 2: 6.0 Between pins 3 and 4: 6.0

Main Motor (M)

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Circuit Diagram

Illustration

Resistance

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M
2 3 4 Between pins 1 and 2: 6.0 Between pins 3 and 4: 6.0

Main Motor (C)

M
2 3 4 Between pins 1 and 2: 6.0 Between pins 3 and 4: 6.0

Main Motor (K)

M
Between pins 1 and 2: 6.0 Between pins 3 and 4: 6.0

Fuser Motor

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Circuit Diagram

Illustration

Resistance

M
2 Between pins 1 and 2: 3.5 Between pins 3 and 4: 3.5 3 4

Feeder Motor

M
2 3 4 Between pins 1 and 2: 3.5 Between pins 3 and 4: 3.5

Duplex Motor

M
2 3 4 Between pins 1 and 2: 3.5 Between pins 3 and 4: 3.5

2nd tray Feeder Motor

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Unit

Circuit Diagram

Illustration

Resistance

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1 Upper roller

Heater

Thermostat1

1. Upper Roller Side Between pins a and b: Between pins c and d: 363k (at 25C) Between pins e and f: Open

Fuser Unit

Thermistor

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6.2

Program/Font ROM Layouts


(1) Print Engine Controller PWB (RSN-1 PWB)
R73 R74 R8 R9 BF17 BF12 BF10 BF18 BF11 BF19 BF13 BF20 BF1 BF14 BF2 BF15

R13 R10 R14 R11 R15 R12

X1

R61

OPTION 22 21 2 1 F2

HCL 1

PE 3 1 5

D1

FSNS 1

FAN 1

TH 1 8

OPE

11

SSNS 1

R97 1 F4 HOPKID 8 1
C31 R68 R69 C32 R70 R71 IC9 IC7

C15
TR2 Q7 IC8 TR3 R98

BF3

R65 R66

R57

R67

R64

R1 R2 R3 R4

F6

D3
25 1

TR5

CP6

26

100

IC10

51

75

C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11

COLORID F1 F5 12 1 2 C33

CPU 76

50

RM1

C34

CP5

CP3

R90 BF18 R93 BF19

R60 R92 R91 R95 R94

RM5 RM4RM9 RM8RM3 RM2 RM7 RM6

R76

Q1 Q2

EMI1 R78 FM1

DRIVER
BF16 C47

IC11

R77

Q3

C48 CP4

48

C36 RAM1

Q4

R79 C20

25 26 19

R25 F3 R56

BF20

C35 R80 R81 R24 C24

R62

24

25

TR1 D2

R7 R63 C14 BF17 BF7 R48 R49 BF5 R46 C16 C38 R96 C17 R47 C28

C29

C40
R59 R58 R82 R83 R84 C37 R34 R43 C1 COMP 52

R21 R22 R23

R50

HVOLT 1
R51 R52

BF9

OPAMP2

C22 C18

BF6

C39 1

R85

208

R42

C3

53

IC3 R29

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R36 R35 C13 OPAMP1 R37 C12 R44 R38 R41 R45

1 2 POWER
C21 R55 R54

R54

R31

C27

EEPROM

IC6
BF8 BF4 BF22

MCON

CP2
R53

R89

R32 R33

C55

Q5

Q8

Q6

TR4
R40 R39

BF21 R30 C23 IC4 15 IC5

104

157 R6

19 20 CP1

105 BF23

156

EMI2

CUIF

C19
R16 C25 R5 C26

R26 R28 R27 C30

C42 C46 C43 C41 C45 C44

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C33 C32 C31 C30 RM132 RM133 RM134 RM135 RM136 RM137 RM138 RM139 RM140 RM141 RM142 RM143 RM144 RM145 RM146
CCP1

R21 R22 R20 R19 R12 R13 RST5 RM117 RM118 RM119 RM120 RM121 RM122 RM123 RM124 RM125 RM126 RM127 RM128 RM129 RM130 RM131
TD1 TD2 TD6 TD3 TD7 TD4 TD8 TD5 TD9

RR16 CC16 CC15

RR17 CC19 CC18

RR18 CC22 CC21

RR19 CC25 CC24

C29 C28 C27 C26 C25 CC14 DBF1


DBF2 DBF3 DBF4 DBF5

RST1 CC17 CC20 CC23

R32 C57 C58 R33

RM94RM95 RM96RM97 RM91RM92 RM93 CC13 CC12 CC11

(2)

C24 C23 C22 C21 C20 DBF13 DBF12 DBF11 DBF10 DBF17 DBF16 DBF15 DBF14 DBF21 DBF20 DBF19 DBF18 DBF25 DBF24 DBF23 DBF22

WR BR QREQ MPUCI BG DBG

CC8 CC9 CC10

C75 C76 C77 BF9

RR14
C92

CC5 CC6 CC7 RRM8 RRM10

C78 C79

C80

C82 C83

C84

C86 C87

C88

3 SDIMM1 DIC1
C71 C72 C73 RRM7

1 FAN DEMI2
RRM6

143 CHEAD MHEAD


C74

C90 C91

CC4 1 YHEAD

RR12 RR11 RR10 DCON

R59 C102

R56 BF8 R62

R57 R58 RM78

C70

R82

RR8

IC4

C62

R37 R38 R39

CP2

C64 C65 R54

DWCLK

RM77 RM106 IDE


1 2 C50 C48

RM108 RM109 R44 C59 C49 RM111


R25 R45

RM112

C108 BF4 C61 BF3 BF5 CP9


2 3 1 4

C68

2 1

Serial No. nnnAxxxxxx

IC3 R51 R53


MPUCLK

RM107

RM110

LANIC

C109

R68

15

RM73 RM74
R40

R34

R35 R36

RM75 C46 RM105


DRCLK

R42 RM67 RM71

RM76

RM63RM64 RM65 RM66

AACK

R10

PUIF

R15 RM104

RM62
RM103

RM87 RM84 RM90 RM83 RM82 RM88 RM45


C19 RM85 RM81 C37 C104 49

TA

RM116 RM115

RM79
WCLK501 RM101

RM86 RM89

C41 C40

CP1

RM61 RM60 RM58 RM59 SYSCLK


RM43 RM42 RM44

RM114 C2LSI RM113

CP8
1 19

EEPROM R26 R29

Main Controller PWB (OWL PWB) (For C5300)

MPU

RM80

R14 R23

RM69 RM70 RM68 CA1LSI

PRINTN

CPRDY

R86

RM99

R77 RM46
RM39

RM57 RM56 RM54 RM55 RM48 RM49


C18 RM35 RM36 RM34 RM38 RM40

R7

50 R11 RM102 RM100

EEPCS1

CP4

CP3

IC2

RM37 RM41

RM98

RM53 RM52 RM50 RM51 RM47

C17

RM22

RM23

2
CP6

144 DIMMA

RM17 143 RM4 RM3


C4

IC1

C9 C8 C7 C6 C5 1

RM18 RM19 IFACK0 IFACK2 RM6 RM5 RM7 RM8 RM9 RM10

RM20 RM21 IFACK3 IFCS0


18 TH1 36

RM12 RM11

RM14 RM13

RM16 RM15

DCEN1

R5 R4

BF1 RM1 RM2


R1 R2 C3

C52

R51

R16
C35

C66 R78 +3.3V R49 TD0 C60 TDI R48 BSCAN R47 TMS R46 GND TCLK MDIO MDC RXCLK RX0E R18

R81 OSCLAN1

TXCLK TXEN CRS


R30 R31 C56 OSCUSB C53 C113 C54 R83 C55 C106 C107 BF14

R84

C42

R28 C101

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C38 R27

C112

C39 C43

C111

CENT R79

C14 C13 C12 C11 C10 IG2 RM30 RM31 RM32 RM33

SCLK1

RM25 RM24 RM26 RM27 RM28 RM29

IC6

USB

C34

RM72

LAN

RM147

DEM1

DBF6 DBF7 DBF8 DBF9

R87 IC5 C67

C63

C110

C69

R69

8 7

OSC1

C100 RM148

RRM5

144

LED3 LED2 LED1

NICSW

TR3

TR1

RRM9

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RRM11 KHEAD R75 R76 C94 C97 C98 C99

BF13

RR10 CC11 CC10

RR11 CC14 CC13

RR12 CC17 CC16

RR13 CC20 CC19

CC9 DBF8 DBF7 DBF6 DBF5


C156

CC12 DBF12 DBF11 DBF10 DBF9 DBF16 DBF15 DBF14 DBF13 C121

C150

C143 C146

C155

C147

C163 CC7 CC6


CCP1 C132

C131

C149

C142

R231

C141

C123

C168 C169 C170 C171 C167 R94 R95 R96

C122

R89

R91 SDIMM1 CHEAD MHEAD 2 R227 R215 R216 C126 C127


RM56 RM57 RM58 RM50 RM63 RM61 RM62 RRM3

3 1 YHEAD

FAN
R222 R224 R225 RRM2

D2

143

C134

R92 C133 DCON

C130

C135

C154 RR6 RR7 RRM4 DBF4 DBF3 DBF2 DBF1 C136

RRM5

REG4

CC3

BF13
C120

OSC1

R230 C137 C138 C129 C139 C140 BF12

BF4

144 C128 R221


RM78 RM54 RM55
R209 R210 R212 R211 R199

C124 R226 CLKDR


R197

C125

R97

Serial No. nnnBxxxxxx

R218

R228 R208RRM1 CC1 RR1 RR2 RR3 RM77

C108 C109 C110 C111

RM51
R198 R213 R200

CC2 C115
R217 C104 RR4 C157 C158

RM53

C112

C105

RM47

RM48

RM49

RM59

CP9

C101

1.5V
RM36

WCLK501

REG3

15

CP10

CP15

C96

C88
R163 R164 R165 R166 R167 R168

C97 C86 C83 R169


R158 C90 C79 C80 R161 C91

R170

R171

RM29 RM30 RM31

RM34RM35

C74

R148 RM28 RM44 RM38 RM24 RM37


49

RM45 RM39 RM43 2.5V1


R108 R109

PUIF

C66

C64 C69

MPUCLK

R135

R144

MPUZA2

Main Controller PWB (SPA PWB) (For C5300VE version)

R118

R119 R120 R121 R122 R123

R116 R113 R117

R124

AACK TA DWCLK25 BF5 CP7 HDDPOWER CP6 SYSCLK


R107

50

RM42

R115

R147

RM23 RM21 RM22

C56

MPU

C77 RM67 R151 R149 RM66 C67 R141 RM65

RM74 R155 R156 RM73 C72 RM72 C68 R142 RM71

BF8 BF6

RM27 RM25 RM26

R136 R137 R138 R139 R140

C65

CP16

C70

CP8

R127

R103

TD1 TD2 TD0

C51

RM7

C50 C49 RM19 RM17 RM18 RM13 RM14


C40 C41

RM20

RM11 C52 IC2 CIF1 C45


RM3

RM4 RM5 RM6

CP1

REG2

CP4

CP5

C26

REG1

CP2

C18 R64

C19

C20

C21

C22

C17 C29

R70 C23

C24 R71 SCLK1

C12

C33 C28 C25 C16

C27

C30

D1

C32

R72

C34

CP14

C35

R78 R74 C31

R100 R99 R98 R83 R82 R81 R80 R79 R77 R76 R75 2.5V

R84 R85 C46 R86 C37 R87 R88

C44 C43 C39 C38

RM8 RM9 RM10

DCEN1

18

C13

R46 R56R63

R57

C9 R47

DIMMA R28
R41R42R43

CP3 2
R46 C5 C6 C7

TH1

143

C15

R54 R51

BF1 R33
R34 R35 R37 R38 R39 R40 R44

C4

RM1RM2 R36 R45


R29 R30 R31 R32

144

R24

R1

R5

R25 R26 R27

R10

R13

R18 R19 R20

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116 /
R22

36

CENT

C47

RM15 RM16

RM12 R110 R114

C48

R111

R130 R132 R133 C57 1

C63 RST1 QREQ C62 C61 MPUZA1 DBG BR C58 BG C54 WT C53 MPUCI

RM64 C60 C59 C55

R112

19

I2CEE

C84 C82 C81 C76 RST2 C71 CB1ZA1 CB1 RM33 R153 R150 R152 RM41 R154 RM40

CB1ZA2

C100 C95 C93 C89 C85 IDE R179 RM76 R177 R178 RM75

BF9 BF10

R184 C103

RM52 R195 DWCLK0 DWCLK DWCLK1

R185 R186 R187 C98 C99 R188

RM46 1.5V2
RM60

R205 R206

C113 C114

CP12

C106

R183 R180 R238 OSCLAN CP17

1 4

2 1

RM32

R202

LANIC

C102 RM70 R181 RM69 R175 R176 RM68

C94 C92 C87

OSCUB2

C75

2 3

USB

LAN

C107

R219

8 7

C117

LED3 LED2 LED1

IC1

NICSW

C144

C145

TR1 CC4

TR2

RR9

CC5

R234

BF11

R235

C153

C148

C164 CC8

C165

42049001TH Rev.3
CC15 CC18

(3)

RRM6 RRM7 KHEAD

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

(4)

Main Controller PWB (ARC PWB) (For C5100)

RM39

DBF18 DBF21 DBF26 DBF27 DBF28 DBF29 DBF17 DBF33 DBF30 DBF14 DBF13 DBF25 DBF32 DBF10 DBF31 DBF22

RM40 RM37 RM36 RM35 CH10 RM33 RM32 C86 CH03 RM31 RM30 RM29 RM28

CH37 CH43 CH42 CH36 CH41 CH35 CH40 CH11 CH39 CH38

R145 C104 C126

R142 C103 C127

R143 C102 C128

R144 C37 C129

C82 C84 C83 C88 C87

C69 DBF12 DBF11

C70 DBF16 DBF15 R133

C71 DBF20 DBF19 R134

C72 DBF24 DBF23 R135

KHEAD
C73 C121

BF12

C74 C123 C75 C124

C76 C125

CP7

R169 R170

BF13 RM47 RM50

C67 C122

RM46
R131

RM43
RM41

RM48 RM49 RM44 RM45

RM39

RM34

R127

R171 R172

R116 CH32 CH34 R115 CH24 CH27 R114 CH15 CH05 R113

CH04

CH01 IC6
C140 R121 C139

R117

R105 R106 R110

R101 C38 R42

R71 R81 R91 R72 R82 R92 R93 R73 R74 R84 R94 C33

RM17

R103

RM18 RM19

C36

C133

C41 C40 C39


CP4 C35

R99 R100

RM20 RM21 RM22 RM23

CN2

C136

CN3

R102

CH09 CH06

R104

CH17 CH19 CH29 CH12 CH18 CH23 CH31 CH02 CH16 CH25 CH28 CH20 CH21 CH30 CH22 CH33 CH26

C137

CH14 CH08 CH07 CH13

R107 R111 R108 R150 R109 R112

R119

C138

R123

R130

MCK

R118

RM24 RM25 RM26 RM27

C52 C109 C53 C112

C47 C108 C48 C105 C49 C106

RM42

CHEAD

MHEAD

YHEAD

R132

RM9

RM11

RM13

RM15
R98

NICSW
LED3 LED2 LED1 CN4 LAN 2 3 1 4 R174

C135

R79

IC12
R70

R173

R53 R54 C134

CP3

REG

R64

C31 2 1 8 7

R61 R62 R63

IC5
C24

R51

OSCNIC

C30 C29 C28 C77 BF8 C130


R38 R39

R48 R47 R46 R40 R29 R30 R23 R20 R17 R16 R14 R9 IC1 R31 R24 R21
R18

BF9

BF2

IC4 CCK
BF6 C107

C22

RM5 RM6 RM7 RM8


C20

C23

C17 R32

IC4

OSC1
C5

R34 C13 R35 R36 C18 R37

R5

R26 R25
C8

R28

C21 R22
BF5 R19

RM1 RM2 RM3 RM4


C9 R44 R12 C10

R15

R45

D1

OSC2

IC2

C11

C14 C15 C141

R3 R43

CP2

BF4

C4 BF10

CP1

R7 C12 R8

BF1

R55 R65 R75 F85 R95 R56 R76 R86 R96 R57 R67 R77 R87 R97 R58 R68 R139 R88 R69

C3

BF3

C16

42049001TH Rev.3

117 /

R60

R80

15

R90

RM10

RM12

RM14

RM16

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

(5)

Driver PWB (RSM PWB)

J45 J46

J47

J48

J51

C24 J50 J49

25 26

R14

R13

J42

J31 J32

R7

J25 J26 J27

R16 J53 J28 J54 J30

J35 J36

Q1

R6

C15

J33

S2 J34

3
J38

J44 J41

PUIF J55 J56 J57

R10

J58

C2

J59

J37

J52

J20

C10

13

C6

HEATMOT

J13

J10

R12

R8

R11 R1

J4

J6 C4 1

J18

D6 D7 D8 D5

C9

C7

J3 R5

J11 J12

D2 D4

D3 D1

BELTMOT

(6)

Duplex Controller PWB (V7X PWB)


6 IC4
C3 1

C1

J1

J7

SNS1

1
IC6 R10 R11 R12 R13

SNS2 3 1 2

GDDC 1

R26

C7

TR5 TR4

R7

TR8
CL1 2 1 1 1 4
CN1
ONLINE
SW5 8 1

D5

OSC1
R31 R35

SNS0

R1 TR1 IC15

R8

11 12 IC2

R33

R34

44

TR6

TR3

TR7

IC8

22 23
IC5

34 33
IC7

MAIN1

R36

R37

D3

R5

D4
R38

IC3

R2
IC1

F1

R6 CP2 IC9 D1

(7)
S1 R2

Control Panel PWB (RSP PWB)


S2 C3 S10 C2
4 1

S6 S7

S11

S8

C4

R4

S3

D1

C1

S4

R5

R3

SW2 S12

MENU+

EXIT

ENTER

S13

S5

SNS

IC1

R6 R7

SW1

R1

S18

S9

D2

CANCEL

C5

SW4

SW3

SW6

42049001TH Rev.3

CP1

MENU-

S14

S19

S15 S16

S17

MOTOR

13

CL2

TR2

1 2

J2

CP1

RSNS

J9

CP2

J14

R18

J15 J8 J5

C8

J16

J17

R4 C3

14

CP1

1 2

IC2

IC1

C5

R9

J60

R2

J23

J24

FUSER

J21

J22

Q2

S1

EXIT

R3

118 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

(8)

Toner Low Sensor PWB (PRD-PWB)


R4 R3 R2 R1
CTNR
C E A K

MTNR
C E A K

YTNR
C E A K

KTNR
C E A K

SSNS

(9)

Entrance Sensor PWB (RSF PWB)

IN2

R2

IN1

WR

5 CN

(10) High voltage power supply PWB

T301
1

R1

T202
CN4

T201
Q303

CN2 Q206 Q205

IP102

IC102

Q414 T404 1 CN1 T403 Q413 T402 Q412 T401 Q411

42049001TH Rev.3

CN3

11

119 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

(11) Low voltage power supply PWB

CN3

CN2

CN4 CN5

CN1

42049001TH Rev.3

120 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

7.

PARTS LIST C5300


1 56

3 38 4 5 7 6 8 9 10

11 36 16 45 13 37 12 14 55 19 23 33 52 53 24 51 47 32 20 21 44 58 17 57

15

40

59

50 46 26 30 42

41

39 54 48 49 43 25 31

27

34

29 35

28

Figure 7-1-1 Parts Layout (C5300)

42049001TH Rev.3

121 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

C5100
1 56

3 38 4 5 7 6 8 9 10

11 36 16 45 13 37 12 14 55 19 18 53 24 51 47 32 20 21 17 40 44

15

23

33 52

50 59 26 39 54 48 49

41 46 30 31 42

43

25

27

29

34

35

28

Figure 7-1-2 Parts Layout (C5100)

42049001TH Rev.3

122 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-1 (1/3)

Parts_Layout
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 ODA/AOS OEL Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Remarks

1 2

42074501 42067501 42067502

Top Cover Assy Control Panel Assy Control Panel Assy Toner-C Toner-C (ODA) Toner-C (OEL) Toner-C (AOS) Toner-M Toner-M (ODA) Toner-M (OEL) Toner-M (AOS) Toner-Y Toner-Y (ODA) Toner-Y (OEL) Toner-Y (AOS) Toner-K Toner-K (ODA) Toner-K (OEL) Toner-K (AOS) ID-C ID-C (ODA) ID-C (OEL) ID-C (AOS) ID-M ID-M (ODA) ID-M (OEL) ID-M (AOS) ID-Y ID-Y (ODA) ID-Y (OEL) ID-Y (AOS) ID-K ID-K (ODA) ID-K (OEL) ID-K (AOS) Belt-Unit Belt-Unit (ODA) Belt-Unit (OEL) Belt-Unit (AOS) Board-RSM Sensor-Assy-Color-Regist

42127415 42127403 42127407 42127411

42127414 42127402 42127406 42127410

42127413 42127401 42127405 42127409

42127416 42127404 42127408 42127412

42126615 42126603 42126607 42126611

42126614 42126602 42126606 42126610

42126613 42126601 42126605 42126609

10

42126616 42126604 42126608 42126612

11

42158704 42158701 42158702 42158703

12 13

42135601 42065101

42049001TH Rev.3

123 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-1 (2/3)

Parts_Layout
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 4 4 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 6 4 8 8 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 12 C5100 C5300 Board PU PU-CU C5100
Board CU C5100 Board CU C5300 Board CU C5300VE

Remarks

14 15 16

42066901 42079601 42294101 42079101

Cover-Driver Cover-Assy-SideR Plate-Assy-Shield (GDI) Plate-Assy-Shield (PCL) Print Engine Controller PWB CONN Cord Controler Board CU (GDI) (ARC PWB) Controler Board CU (PCL) (OWL PWB) Controler Board CU (PCL) (SPA PWB) Film-Insulation Plate-Assy-Side-R

17 18 19

42135501 42141601 42373501 42373401 42493401

ECO-C5300-012

20 21 22 23 24

42078701 42053501

42063001 42158605 42158601 42158602 42158603 42158604

Eject-Assy Fuser-Unit Fuser-Unit (ODA 120V) Fuser-Unit (ODA 230V) Fuser-Unit (OEL) Fuser-Unit (AOS) Base-Assy Plate-Assy-Side-L Power Unit High Voltage Cover-SideL Cover-SideL Cassette Assy Cover Assy-Hopping Feeder-Unit Plate-Driver Gear-Idle-Belt Friction Pad Assy

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 3

2 4 4 4 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 6

4 8 8 8 4 4 4 8 8 4 4 12 SA9-1332
Color silver gray white

Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box.

25 26 27 28

42049501 42060001 41978801 42465401 42465402

SA9-1125

SA9-1287

29 30 31 32 33 34

42087001 42061501 42069001 42062101 42062401 42088801

35 36 37 38 39

42089001 42078301 42077601 42143101 42489901 42396101

Friction Pad Assy-Springs Cover Assy Face Up Cover Sub Assy Rear LED HEAD Unit 51MXE Electrical Cooling FAN (80) Electrical Cooling FAN (80) Electrical Cooling FAN (ID) Frame Duct Power Unit (LOW Voltage) Power Unit (LOW Voltage)

1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1

3 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2

6 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 4 4

12 4 4 8 4 4 4 4 8 8 100-120V 230V 600DPI


Fuser SA9-1247 Fuser SA9-1238

40 41 42

42295501 42295401 41992701 42408601

42049001TH Rev.3

124 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-1 (3/3)

Parts_Layout
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 4 2 4 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 8 4 8 4 4 4 8 4 4 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 C5100 C5300 C5100 C5100 C5300 C5300 C5300 C5300 C5300 (Ver X1.35) C5300 C5300VE (Ver X2.12) C5300VE C5300 Except for CN-5100-011 Affected Printers ID Up/Down Remarks

43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

2381031P0003 42067001 42303301 42066001 42067101 40135301 42141103 42076901 42077001 42063701 42064101 42066501 42134901 42078801

TW VF 19-01X06-460 Spring Belt Fuse Thermistor Shaft Lift Up Plate Heart Photo Interrupter CONN CORD AMP3P-AMP3P Spring Torsion (L) Spring Torsion (R) Gear Assy Planet Gear Idle Heat (Z14-102) Gear Assy Planet L Plate Shield CU (GDI) Plate Shield CU (PCL) Plate-Logo Plate-Logo Plate-Logo Plate-Logo ROM DIMM ROM DIMM ROM DIMM (P-ROM) for OWL PWB ROM DIMM (Flash) for OWL PWB ROM DIMM (P-ROM) for SPA PWB ROM DIMM (Flash) for SPA PWB Plate FG Connector (PCL) Maintenance kit for C5100/5300

FFC High Volt.

56

42076502 42076501 42076504 42076503

57

42343002 42343001 42010602 42010502 42010606 42010506

58 59

42078901 42561901

Note:

ROM DIMM (P-ROM) is not re-writable. ROM DIMM (Flash) is re-writable, but high-price. The newest firm-ware is written to ROM DIMM (Flash) at the time of factory shipments.

42049001TH Rev.3

125 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

7 13

14

15 20 5

15

11 19 11 11 1 11 9 6 11 12 18 17 16

10

48 24

38

Figure 7-2 Top_Cover_Assy

42049001TH Rev.3

126 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-2

Top_Cover_Assy
No. Parts No. Name Qty /Unit 1 4 8 8 1 1 1 2 1 4 10 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 Recommended Qty/Year per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1
2 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 2 2 4 4 4 4 8 4 4 8 4 4

Remarks

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

42074601 42075001 42075101 42075301 42075501 42076201 42076301 42076601 42373601 42392501 4PB4083-2500P008 4PB4013-3100P006 42076401 42115701 42293101 42075601 42075701 42075801 42075901 42076101

Plate-Inner (Caulking) Holder-Head Spring-Head Plate-FG-Head Cable-Assy.-Head Cover-Cable Cover-Ass..-Top (Sub) Roller Assy.-Idle (FD) Holder-SP (Inner) Spring-Compression (ID) Tapping Screw B2 Cup Screw A Top Cover Cover Top Sub Spring Torsion (Sub) LED Harness K LED Harness Y LED Harness M LED Harness C Film FG

SP7-1352

2 2 2 4 4 4 4 2

4 4 4 8 8 8 8 4

42049001TH Rev.3

127 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

4 5 8 7 11

10 6

12

9 2

3 1

Figure 7-3 Frame_Assy-OP

42049001TH Rev.3

128 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-3

Frame_Assy-OP
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1
2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 4 4 4 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 4 4

Remarks

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

42067601 42067701 42067801 42067901 42068001 42293201 5602002P0001 42141703 42068403 42068401 42068402

Plate-Front Lever-Lock (Top) Spring-Compression (Lock) Frame-OP panel Cover-Assy. -OP Spring-Torsion (FG) SENSOR-Temp CONN CORD JST4P-JST4P Control Panel Sheet Control Panel Sheet Control Panel Sheet Board RSP TW VF 8-01X06-230 Cover-OP-Panel

OP-Temp Domestic ODA OEL/AOS


Control Panel FFC Control Panel

10 11 12

42290901 2381031P0001 42068101

42049001TH Rev.3

129 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

A
12 13 4

13

8 6

7 2

21 3 10 18 14 9 13 13 11 16 15

17

22

19

21 20

View on Arrow A

Figure 7-4 Feeder_Unit

42049001TH Rev.3

130 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-4

Feeder_Unit
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 3 3 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 6 6 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 12 4 12 12 4 4 8 8 8 RSF-PU Remarks

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

42069201 42069601 42070001 42070501 42072201 42072401 42057601 42072501 42072701 42072801 42074001 42074101 4PB4083-2500P008 42070301 42299701 42069901 42069701 42070101 3263103K0107 42135801 42141001 42072901

Cover Assy-Front Lever-Release-F Guide-Assy-Top Feeder-Assy-Resist Gear-Puressure Gear-Regist-L (24-54) Gear-Z42 Gear-Idle-MPT (26-50) Post-Slide Spring-Release-F Stay-Front-L Stay-Front-R Tapping Screw B2 Shaft Assy MPT Roller Guide Spring Separator Frame Separator Guide Sheet Top MRH100MK Board RSF CONN Cord JST5P-JST5P MPT Cover Assy

42049001TH Rev.3

131 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

2 4 1

Figure 7-5 Cover_Assy-Hopping

42049001TH Rev.3

132 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-5

Cover_Assy-Hopping
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 4 2 4 8 4 Dup-PU Remarks

1 2 3 4

42061601 2233013P0110 PB4083-2500P008 42141201

Cover Hopping Connector (9715B-11Z02) TAPPING SCREW B2 CONN Cord

42049001TH Rev.3

133 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

27 6 7 5 9 29 4

10

30 9 8 3 23 1 19 20

23 28

21

18

14 13 24

17 25 26 23 4 2 4 23 11 23 31 34 32 33 33 32 35 34 15 31 12

Figure 7-6 Plate_Assy-Side_R

42049001TH Rev.3

134 /

Oki Data CONFIDENTIAL

Table 7-6

Plate_Assy-Side_R
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 8 8 4 8 8 8 8 4 8 8 8 8 4 8 SA9-1121 PRD-PU Remarks

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

42053801 42054501 42054801 42054901 42055501 42055701 42055901 42057101 42055101 2381031P0002 42057301 42058201 42058303 42058401 42293401

Plate-Side-R (Caulking) Motor-Pulse-ID (K) Motor-Pulse-Fuser Guide Assy-Side-R Link-Liftup-R Gear-Planet Gear Assy-Planet-R Gear-Idle-Liftup Cover-Plate-R TW-VF-11-01X06-80 Gear Assy-HP Motor-Resist Solenoid Spring-Solenoid Guide Assy-Cable-F

42058601 42059001 42059101 42059201 42059301

Bracket-Inner (Caulking) Gear-Idle-Drum-K Gear-Idle-Drum-M Gear-Idle-Drum-YC Bracket-Outer

1 1 1 2 1

1 2 2 2 1

2 4 4 4 2

4 8 8 8 4

4PB4013-3100P006 4PB4083-2500P008 42437301 PSW3-4C RE3-SK RE4-SK 42135701 42055201 42141401 42141501 42303501 42141301 42058501 RE2-SK

Cup Screw A Tapping Screw B2 Plate-Lockout-ID Screw Ring Ring Board-PRD Spring-Contact-TL CONN Cord-JST12P-JST4PX3 CONN Cord-JST26P-JST26P CONN Cord-JST2P-JST2P CONN Cord-JST8P-JST4PX2 Guide-Cable F Ring

13 4 1 1 1 2 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 -

2 4 2 4 4 4 4 2 -

4 8 4 8 8 8 8 4 SA9-1237
PU-Y.M.C motor

SA9-0971 SA9-0992

PU-RSM
PU-BELT Thermistor PU-HOP, K motor

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6 7 12 5 2 10 3 1 4

11

Figure 7-7 Plate_Assy-Side_L

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Table 7-7

Plate_Assy-Side_L
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 4 8 8 8 Remarks

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

42060101 42054601 42141701 42060401 42060701 42060801 42055701 42060901

Plate-Side-L (Caulking) Motor-Pulse-ID-Belt CONN Cord-JST4P-JST4P Contact-Assy Bush Link-Liftup-L Gear-Planet Guide Assy-Side-L

4PB4013-3100P006 42025701 RE3-SK

Cup Screw A Micro switch-Assy Ring

1 1 1

2 -

4 -

8 -

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C5300

Figure 7-8-1 Plate_Assy-Shield (C5300)

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C5100

Figure 7-8-2 Plate_Assy-Shield (C5100)

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Table 7-8

Plate_Assy-Shield
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 CU Board Remarks

42466301 42466401

Plate-Side (PCL) Plate-Side (GDI) Plate_Contact-Shield Electrical Cooling FAN (60)

C5300
SA9-1130 C5100

2 3

42079301 41410201

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7 8

4 2 10 4 3 2 10 10

Figure 7-9 Sensor_Assy-Regist

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Table 7-9

Sensor_Assy-Color_Regist
No. Parts No. Name Q'ty /Unit 1 1 1 2 1 Recommended Q'ty/Year per 500 1 3 3 1 2 per 1000 2 6 6 2 4 per 2000 4 12 12 4 8
RSM-Color Registration and Density SNSs

Remarks

1 2 3 4 5

42065201 41258601 5654200P0001 42220901 42141801

Plate-Sensor-C Regist Board-Z71 GP2TCS SENSOR-Density Plate_Guard-sensor CONN Cord-JST14P MOLEX5PJST4PX2 Cover-C.Resist (Adhesive) Gear-Cover-Sensor (Rack) Shaft-Cover-Sensor Spring-Cover-Sensor Cup Screw A

Color Regist Density

6 7 8 9 10

42065301 42065701 42065801 42065901 4PB4013-3100P006

1 1 1 1 3

1 2 2 1 -

2 4 4 2 -

4 8 8 4 -

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13 12 14 15 11 19 16 18 20 25 9 17 23 10

8 24 1 26 7 6 5 21

22

Figure 7-10 Plate_Assy-Base

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Table 7-10

Plate_Assy-Base
No. Parts No. Name Q'ty Recommended Q'ty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 4 2 6 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 8 4 12 4 4 4 8 2nd Tray SA9-0926 L=35mm SA9-0980 SA9-1016 SNS-END PU-P-END L=30mm Remarks

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

42049601 42049701 42050101 42050301 42050401 40135301 42141101 4YC4061-1026P001 42050701 42050801 42050901 42051001 42051101 42051201 42051401 41513401 4PP4083-6022P002 42052301 42052501 42052601 42368501 4PB4013-3100P006 42423301 42104603 NK2-16SUS 2233013P0100

Plate-Base Guide Assy.-Cassette-L Guide Assy.-Cassette-R Plate-Beam Lever-End Photo-Interrupter CONN Cord-AMP3P-AMP3P Tape Shaft-Hopping Stopper-HP Holder-Planet-HP Gear-Planet (Z12)-HP Gear-Z24-50-HP Stopper-Z45-48-HP Bracket-Assy.-Sub Bearing-Metal BEARING A Gear-Hopping (Z38)-HP Spring-Sub Roller Assy.-Hopping Motor-Fan (60)PowL Cup Screw A Plate-Patch Tape AL Film Pin Connector (9715B-10Z02)

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21

17 18

16

19

15

11 3 12 2

20

7 8 10 14

13 1 5 6 22 8

Figure 7-11 Eject_Assy

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Table 7-11

Guide_Assy-Eject-L
No. Parts No. Name Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 2 4 2 4 2 2 4 4 4 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 4 8 8 8 4 4 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8
PU-Heater Motor

Remarks

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

42063201 42278501 42063801 42221001 42063301 40386501 40135301 42141101 42142001 42142101 42063601 3263124K0107 42141702 42059401 42064401 42308001 42308101 42064501 42064701 42278301 42064301 42063101

Guide-Eject-Lower Post-Gear-Idle-Heat Gear-Idle-Exit (Z33) Post-G.E.L.-Z33 Lever-Eject-Sensor Spring-SNS (F/R) Photo-Interrupter CONN Cord-AMP3P-AMP3P CONN Cord-AMP4P-AMP4P CONN Cord-AMP2P-JST3P Spring-FG GS1/2A100MWK-T52 RES-MET solid - Q CONN Cord-JST4P-JST4P Guide-Cable-R Guide-Eject-Upper Shaft Assy-Eject (FU) Shaft Assy-Eject (FD) Gear-Idle-Exit (Z58) Gear-Idle-Exit (Z41) Roller-Sub-G.E.U. Guide-Assy-Eject-U Guide-Assy-Eject-L

RSM-Exit RSM-Fuse Fuse-Low Vol

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APPENDIX A INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS 1.


1.1

Parallel Interface Specifications (C5300)


Parallel Interface
Item Mode Data bit length Description Compatibility mode, Nibble mode, ECP mode 8 bits: Compatibility mode, 4bits: Nibble mode,9 bits: ECP mode

1.2

Parallel Interface Connector and Cable 1) Connector Printer side: Cable side:

36-pin receptacle Type 57LE-40360-12 (D56) (made by Daiichi Denshi) or equivalent 36-pin plug Type 57FE-30360-20N (D8) (made by Daiichi Denshi) or equivalent

18 36

1 19

Connector Pin Arrangement Viewed from Cable Side 2) Cable Cable length: 1.8 m max. (A shielded cable composed of twisted pair wires is recommended for noise prevention.) 1.3 Parallel Interface Level LOW: 0 V to +0.8 V HIGH: +2.4 V to 5.0 V

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1.4

Timing Charts Compatible mode a) Data receiving timing

PARALLEL DATA (DATA BITs 1 to 8)


0.5 s min. 0.5 s min. 0.5 s min.

nStrobe
0.5 s min. 0.5 s max.

BUSY
0 min.

0 min.

nAck
0.5 s to 3 s 0 min.

b) On-line (off-line switching timing by ON-LINE SW)


ON-LINE SW

BUSY SELECT
100 ms max.

c) Off-line (on-line switching timing by ON-LINE SW)


ON-LINE SW BUSY SELECT ACKNOWLEDGE

d) nlnit timing (invalid by default)


* Menu-set 50 s min.

INPUT. PRIME BUSY SELECT


5s max.

ACKNOWLEDGE

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1.5

Parallel I/F Signals Table 8-1 shows interface signal names and pin numbers. Table 8-1 Signals

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Signal Name Nstrobe (HostClk) DATA 1 DATA 2 DATA 3 DATA 4 DATA 5 DATA 6 DATA 7 DATA 8 nAck (PtrClk) Busy (PtrBusy)

Signal Direction PR

Functions Pulse for reading data in at trailing edge.

8-bit parallel data. PR Each signal is HIGH when data is logical 1 and LOW when it is logical 0.

PR PR

Indicates the completion of data reception. Indicates whether the printer is ready for receiving data. Data cannot be received while the signal is HIGH.

12 13

PError (AckDataReq) Select (Xflag)

PR PR PR PR

Indicates paper error when held HIGH. HIGH without exception when the parallel interface is enabled.

14 15 16 17 18

NAutoFd (HostBusy) GND FG +5V

Used in bidirectional communication. Unassigned. Signal ground. Chassis ground. Used for supplying +5V. Power cannot be supplied to the outside of the printer.

19 ~ 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Nlnit (nlnit) NFault (nDataAvail) GND HILEVEL Nselectin (IEEE 1284 active) PR PR PR PR Initializes the printer when held LOW. LOW during alarm. Signal ground. Unassigned. Pulled up to +5V at 3.3K inside the printer. Used in bidirectional communication. Low without exception in compatible mode. GND Signal ground.

Note:

Parenthesized signal names are used in nibble mode. Only functions in compatible mode are listed. This printer supports the IEEE std 1284-1994 nibble mode. Note that, when used with personal computers or cables that do not comply with the standards, the printers may exhibit unpredictable behavior.

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2.
2.1

Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface Specifications


USB Interface (1) Basic specifications Conforms to USB specification, revision 1.1. (2) Transmission mode Full speed (max. 12 Mbps + 0.25%) (3) Power Control Self-power device

2.2

USB Interface Connector and Cable (1) Connector Printer side: Type B receptacle Upstrem port UBB-4R-D14T-1 (made by JST) or equivalent Connector pin layout

Cable side: Type B plug (2) Cable Cable length:

5 m max. (cable compliant with USB specification, revision 1.1) (A shielded cable must be used.)

2.3

USB Interface Signals R1 Vbus DD+ GND Shield Function Power Supply (+5V) (red) Data transmission (white) Data transmission (green) Signal ground (black)

1 2 3 4 Shell

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3.1

Network Interface Specifications


Network Interface (1) Basic specifications Network protocol TCP/IPSpecification

Network layer ARP, RARP, IP, ICMP Transport layer TCP, UDP Application layer LPR, FTP, TELNET, HTTP, BOOTP, SMTP

3.2

Network Interface Connector and Cable (1) Connector 100 BASE-TX / 10 BASE-T Connector pin layout
1 8

(2) Cable RJ-45 anti-Shield twist pair cable with connector (Category 5 recommended) 3.3 Network Interface Signals

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Signals TXD+ TXDRXD+ RXD-

Signal Direction FROM PRINTER FROM PRINTER TO PRINTER TO PRINTER -

Functions Send Data + Send Data Received Data + Unassigned Unassigned Received Data Unassigned Unassigned

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APPENDIX B 2ND TRAY MAINTENANCE 1.


1.1

Parts Replacement
PCB (1) Unscrew the six screws 1 to remove the plate-top 2. (2) Remove the cover-side R 3. (3) Remove the connectors (at five places), then uninstall the board 4. (4) Remove the cover - 2nd tray 5.

2 16

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1.2

Frame Assy- Hopping (1) Remove the PCB (see section 1.1). (2) Remove the three screws 1 to uninstall the hopping assy 2. (3) Unscrew the two screws 3 to remove the cover assy - front 4. (4) Unscrew the two screws 5 to remove the motor 6. (5) Remove the E ring 7 to remove the clutch 8. (6) Remove the roller assy - hopping 9. (7) Remove the roller assy - feed 0.

8 1 2

7 5

4 3

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2.

PARTS LIST
1

19 13 12

14 8

15 18 22 4

17 7 20 15

20 3 10 11 15

21

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No.

Parts No.

Name

Qty Recommended Qty/Year /Unit per per per 500 1000 2000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 2 2 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 6 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 8 8 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 12 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Remarks

42158504 42158501 42158502 42158503

Second Tray Unit Second Tray Unit (ODS) Second Tray Unit (OEL) Second Tray Unit (AOS) Cassette Assy Guide Assy-Cassette-L Guide Assy-Cassette-R Frame Assy-Hopping Roller Assy-Hopping Roller Assy-Feed Shaft-Roller Cover-Assy-Front Frame-Separation Assy Spring-Separation Motor-Registration Feeder Cluch Board-V7X Photo Interrupter Connector-Plug Connection Cord Connection Cord Connection Cord Connection Cord Cover-2nd Tray Core

Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box. Packed in box.

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

42139801 42136601 42136801 42137101 42052601 40313201 41400001 42138601 41438401 41439401 42058201 42197702 41780308 40135301 2233014P0100 42142201 42141102 42141704 42142802 42145401 1051010C0001

SA2-0088

V7X-Plug V7X-P-End V7X-Motor SA2-0072 V7X-Paper Loading and 1st-Tray SNS

SA2-0087

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APPENDIX C DUPLEX UNIT MAINTENANCE 1.


1.1

Parts Replacement
Duplex Unit (1) Slide out the duplex unit 1.

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1.2

Upper Assy / Rear Assy (1) (2) (3) Remove the duplex unit (see section 2.2.20). Warping the upper assy 1, detach it. Warping the rear assy 2, detach it.

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1.3

Duplex Transport Assy (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Turn over the duplex transport assy. Unscrew the three screws 1 to remove the plate 2. Make connector removal and claw disengagement to remove the PCB-V7X 3. Disengage and remove the cover 4. Unscrew the screw 5 to remove the motor assy 6. Remove the gear 7 and the bushing 8 to remove the roller 9. Then the earth 0 and the bushing A become detached. Remove the pulleys B. The mini-pitch belts C become detached together with the pulley. Remove the holders D and the bushings E to remove the rollers F. The earth spring becomes detached together with each roller. Remove the fan G.

(10) Remove the spring H to remove the solenoid I. (11) Release claw engagement to remove the solenoid J. (12) Remove the lever K. The lever L and the spring M become detached together with the lever K. (13) Remove the actuators N and O. (14) Remove cable connection and then, by claw warping, detach the five transport sensors P. (15) Unscrew the screw Q to remove the lock lever R. Then the spring becomes detached.

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1 1

F 3
1

O N

D 3

E 3 3 8 9 0 A I M L P 5 H G J

B 3

QR C 3 6 7 K 4

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2.

PARTS LIST
1

18

7 10

4 15

12

2 2 4

13

17 11 6 16 14 9 5

5 5

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No.

Parts No.

Name

Qty /Unit 1 1 1 5 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Recommended Qty/Year per 500 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 per 1000 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 per 2000 4 4 4 4 4 8 4 4 4 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Remarks

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

42160301 42160401 42160501 40135301 42194801 41780309 42058302 42396201 42160601 42162001 42058201 2233014P0110 42142601 42142801 42142701 42141104 42141705 42194701

Frame-Assy-Upper Frame-Assy-Lower Frame-Assy-Rear Photo-Interrupter Roller-Feed (H) Board-V7X Solenoid Motor-Fan Gear-Assy Gear-Assy-Clutch Motor-Regist Connector-Plug Connection-Cord Connection-Cord Connection-Cord Connection-Cord Connection-Cord Roller-Feed (Rv)

V7X-Plug V7X-Front and Rear SNS V7X-In and Cover SNS V7X-Bottom SNS V7X-Motor

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