Konica Minolta Bizhub 4752 Bizhub 4052 Service Manual

Service Manual Konica Minolta Bizhub 4752 Bizhub 4052;
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A) SAFETY AND IMPORTANT WARNING ITEMS
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE
2. DESCRIPTION ITEMS FOR DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION
2.1 Description items in this Service Manual
2.2 Description items for safety and important warning items
3. SAFETY WARNINGS
3.1 MODIFICATIONS NOT AUTHORIZED BY KONICA MINOLTA, INC
3.1.1 Actions requiring special attention
3.2 POWER PLUG SELECTION
3.2.1 Power Cord Set or Power Plug
3.3 CHECKPOINTS WHEN PERFORMING ON-SITE SERVICE
3.3.1 Power Supply
3.3.2 Installation Requirements
3.3.3 After Service
3.4 FUSE
3.5 Used Batteries Precautions
3.5.1 ALL Areas
3.5.2 Germany
3.5.3 France
3.5.4 Denmark
3.5.5 Finland, Sweden
3.5.6 Norway
3.6 Laser Safety
3.6.1 Laser Safety
3.6.2 Internal Laser Radiation
3.6.3 Laser Safety Label
3.6.4 PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING THE LASER EQUIPMENT
4. WARNING INDICATIONS ON THE MACHINE
4.1 Warning indications inside the machine
4.2 Warning indications on the boards
5. MEASURES TO TAKE IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT

B) NOTATION OF THE CONTENTS
1. PRECAUTION ON HANDLING THIS MANUAL
2. PRODUCT NAME
3. BRAND NAME
4. FEEDING DIRECTION
5. Note for the Specifications

C) PRODUCT OUTLINE
1. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 bizhub 4052/4752
1.1.1 Type
1.1.2 Functions
1.1.3 Paper
1.1.4 Materials
1.1.5 Print volume
1.1.6 Machine specifications
1.1.7 Operating environment
1.1.8 Print functions
1.1.9 Scan functions
1.1.10 Web browser function
1.2 PF-P15/16
1.3 FS-P02
1.4 FK-517
1.4.1 Fax specifications
1.4.2 Network fax specifications
1.5 i-Option LK-102 v3/104 v3/106/107/108/111/114/115 v2
1.5.1 List of advanced functions
1.5.2 Activation procedures of i-Option
2. OVERALL COMPOSITION
2.1 System configuration
2.2 Section configuration
2.3 Paper path
2.4 Control block diagram
2.5 Image creation process

D) SERVICE TOOL
1. bizhub 4752/4052
1.1 Service material list
1.2 CE tool list
1.3 Utility tool
1.3.1 IC card information setting tool of AU-201S/OMNIKEY 5427CK (AU-205H)/YSoft card reader

E) MAINTENANCE
1. Inspection guide
2. Scheduled maintenance
2.1 Maintenance parts
2.2 Resetting the maintenance counter
3. Periodical replacement procedure
3.1 Fuser
3.1.1 Fuser removal
3.2 ACM pick roller
3.2.1 ACM pick roller removal
3.3 Transfer roller
3.3.1 Transfer roller removal
3.4 Separator roller assembly removal
3.5 MPF pick roller and separator pad
3.5.1 MPF pick roller and separator pad removal
4. Lubrication specification
5. Cleaning the main body
6. Cleaning the scanner

F) DISASSEMBLING/REASSEMBLING
1. Disassembly/adjustment prohibited items
1.1 Paint-locked screws
1.2 Red-painted screws
1.3 Variable resistors on board
1.4 Warnings for disassembly
1.5 Warnings / Precautions during setup or transportation
2. Disassembly/assembly warning/caution items
2.1 Removal/installing of PWBs
3. Removal precautions
3.1 Handling ESD-sensitive parts
3.2 Lithium battery
3.3 Ribbon cable connectors
3.3.1 Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) connectors
3.3.2 Low Insertion Force (LIF) connector
4. Removal procedures
5. Left side removals
5.1 Left cover removal
5.2 Main drive gearbox removal
5.3 MPF gearbox removal
5.4 Fuser actuator removal
5.5 Reverse solenoid removal
5.6 MPF solenoid removal
5.7 Cartridge gearbox removal
6. Right side removals
6.1 Right cover removal
6.2 MFP board access cover removal
6.3 MFP board shield removal
6.4 Input options connection cable removal
6.5 Tray present sensor removal
6.6 Cooling fan removal
6.7 Hard disk removal
6.8 MFP board removal
6.8.1 Entering the machine type information
6.9 eMMC board removal
6.10 Toner cartridge smart chip contact removal
6.11 Toner cartridge shutter sensor kit removal
7. Front removals
7.1 Front cover removal
7.2 MPF assembly removal
7.3 Top front cover removal
7.4 Control panel assembly removal
7.5 Speaker removal
7.6 Front door sensor removal
7.7 MPF sensor removal
7.8 Front input guide removal
8. Bottom removals
8.1 Power supply unit removal
8.2 Duplex removal
8.3 Duplex sensor and input sensor removal
8.4 Index sensor removal
8.5 Pick roller assembly removal
8.6 Pick/lift motor assembly removal
8.7 Toner density sensor removal
8.8 Media present sensor removal
8.9 Trailing edge sensor removal
8.10 Media present sensor flag removal
8.11 Pick/lift motor gearbox removal
8.12 Lift cam removal
8.13 Narrow media sensor removal
9. Rear side removals
9.1 Scanner rear cover removal
9.2 Rear door and rear cover removal
9.3 Redrive assembly removal
9.4 Redrive gear assembly removal
9.5 Staple finisher interface cable removal
10. Top side removals
10.1 Top cover removal
10.2 Bin full sensors removal
10.3 Printhead removal
11. ADF/scanner removals
11.1 ADF restraint pad removal
11.2 ADF roller removal
11.3 ADF separator roller removal
11.4 ADF tray removal
11.5 Scanner assembly removal
11.6 ADF assembly removal
11.7 ADF left hinge removal
11.8 ADF right hinge removal
11.9 ADF access door assembly removal
11.10 Flatbed scanner assembly removal
11.11 CIS flat cable (White) removal
11.12 ADF cable removal
12. 250/550-sheet option tray removals (PF-P15/PF-P16)
12.1 Pick roller removal
12.2 Separator roller assembly removal
12.3 ACM assembly removal
13. Staple finisher option removals (FS-P02)
13.1 Staple finisher option removal
13.2 Stapler cartridge access door removal
13.3 Staple roll holder removal
13.4 Stapler right cover removal
13.5 Stapler left cover removal
13.6 Stapler rear door removal
13.7 Stapler access door sensor removal
13.8 Stapler carriage assembly removal
13.9 Stapler door close limit switch removal
13.10 Stapler paddle motor removal
13.11 Stapler rear cover removal
13.12 Stapler rear cover sensor removal
13.13 Trapped staple access door removal
13.14 Stapler service cover removal
13.15 Stapler control board removal
13.16 Stapler left tamper motor removal
13.17 Stapler right tamper motor removal
13.18 Stapler rear door close limit switch removal
13.19 Stapler cooling fan removal
13.20 Stapler power supply unit removal
13.21 Stapler interface cable removal
13.22 Stapler top cover removal
13.23 Stapler bin full sensor (receive) removal
13.24 Stapler bin full sensor (send) removal
13.25 Stapler pass through sensor removal
13.26 Tamper main assembly removal
13.27 Tamper sub-assembly removal
13.28 Tamper drive belt removal
13.29 Diverter gearbox removal
13.30 Stapler accumulator assembly removal
13.31 Stapler right tamper home position sensor removal
13.32 Stapler left tamper home position sensor removal
13.33 Stapler paddle home position sensor removal
14. Keypad removal (KP-101)
15. FAX board assembly removal (FK-517)
16. Upgrade kit removal (UK-216)
17. Memory board removal (UK-219)
18. Local interface kit removal (EK-P05)
19. Local interface kit removal (EK-P06)
20. CSRC cable removal (EK-P07)

G) UTILITY MODE
1. Starting/Exiting
1.1 Starting procedure
1.2 Exiting procedure
2. One-Touch/User Box Registration
3. User Settings List
3.1 System Settings
3.1.1 User Settings > System Settings [1/2]
3.1.2 User Settings > System Settings [2/2]
3.2 Custom Display Settings
3.2.1 User Settings > Custom Display Settings [1/2]
3.2.2 User Settings > Custom Display Settings [2/2]
3.3 Copier Settings
3.3.1 User Settings > Copier Settings [1/4]
3.3.2 User Settings > Copier Settings [2/4]
3.3.3 User Settings > Copier Settings [3/4]
3.3.4 User Settings > Copier Settings [4/4]
3.4 Scan/Fax Settings
3.4.1 User Settings > Scan/Fax Settings [1/3]
3.4.2 User Settings > Scan/Fax Settings [2/3]
3.4.3 User Settings > Scan/Fax Settings [3/3]
3.5 Fax Settings
3.5.1 User Settings > Fax Settings
3.6 Printer Settings
3.6.1 User Settings > Printer Settings
3.7 Change Password
3.8 Change E-Mail Address
3.9 Register Authentication Information
3.10 Synchronize User Auth. and Account Track
3.11 Registered Application Settings
4. Administrator Settings List [1/2]
4.1 Administrator settings outline 1/2
4.2 System Settings
4.2.1 Administrator Settings > System Settings [1/3]
4.2.2 Administrator Settings > System Settings [2/3]
4.2.3 Administrator Settings > System Settings [3/3]
4.3 Administrator/Machine Settings
4.3.1 Administrator Settings > Administrator/Machine Settings
4.4 One-Touch/User Box Registration
4.4.1 Administrator Settings > One-Touch/User Box Registration
4.5 User Authentication/Account Track
4.5.1 Administrator Settings > User Authentication/Account Track [1/2]
4.5.2 Administrator Settings > User Authentication/Account Track [2/2]
4.6 Network Settings
4.6.1 Administrator Settings > Network Settings [1/4]
4.6.2 Administrator Settings > Network Settings [2/4]
4.6.3 Administrator Settings > Network Settings [3/4]
4.6.4 Administrator Settings > Network Settings [4/4]
4.7 Copier Settings
4.7.1 Administrator Settings > Copier Settings [1/2]
4.7.2 Administrator Settings > Copier Settings [2/2]
4.8 Printer Settings
4.8.1 Administrator Settings > Printer Settings [1/2]
4.8.2 Administrator Settings > Printer Settings [2/2]
4.9 Fax Settings
4.9.1 Administrator Settings > Fax Settings [1/2]
4.9.2 Administrator Settings > Fax Settings [2/2]
4.10 System Connection
4.10.1 Administrator Settings > System Connection
5. Administrator Settings List [2/2]
5.1 Administrator settings outline 2/2
5.2 Security Settings
5.2.1 Administrator Settings > Security Settings [1/3]
5.2.2 Administrator Settings > Security Settings [2/3]
5.2.3 Administrator Settings > Security Settings [3/3]
5.3 License Settings
5.3.1 Administrator Settings > License Settings
5.4 Authorization function Setting
5.4.1 Administrator Settings > Authorization function Setting
5.5 Voice Guidance Settings
5.6 OpenAPI Certification Management Setting
5.6.1 Administrator Settings > OpenAPI Certification Management Setting
5.7 External Memory Backup
5.7.1 Administrator Settings > External Memory Backup
5.8 Remote Access Setting
5.9 Eco Copier Settings
6. Administrator Shortcut Settings
6.1 Administrator Shortcut Settings [1/2]
6.2 Administrator Shortcut Settings [2/2]
7. Check Consumables List
7.1 Check Consumable Life
8. My Panel Settings
9. Device Information List
9.1 Device Information [1/2]
9.2 Device Information [2/2]
10. Remote Panel Operation List
11. Supplementary explanation of utility mode
11.1 User Authentication/Account Track-Authentication Device Settings
11.1.1 General Settings
11.1.2 Logoff Settings
11.2 Network Settings-Network Fax Settings
11.2.1 Network Fax Function Settings
11.2.2 SMTP TX Settings
11.2.3 SMTP RX Settings
11.3 Network Settings-Network I/F Configuration
11.3.1 Use
11.3.2 Default setting
11.4 Network Settings-Wireless Network Setting
11.4.1 Use
11.5 Network Settings-IWS Settings
11.5.1 Use
11.5.2 Default setting
11.5.3 Setting item
11.5.4 Procedure
11.6 Network Settings – Remote Panel Settings (outline)
11.6.1 Methods of the Remote panel
11.7 Network Settings – Remote Panel Settings (Server Settings)
11.7.1 Use
11.7.2 Default setting
11.7.3 Setting item
11.7.4 Procedure
11.8 Network Settings – Remote Panel Settings (Client Settings)
11.8.1 Use
11.8.2 Default setting
11.8.3 Setting item
11.8.4 Procedure
11.9 Machine Update Settings – Internet ISW Settings
11.9.1 Update Firmware at Specified Time
11.9.2 FTP Server Settings
11.9.3 Firmware Update Parameters
11.10 Machine Update Settings – Machine Auto Update setting
11.10.1 Auto Update Settings for This Machine
11.10.2 Relay Server Function Setting
11.10.3 Log TX setting
11.10.4 Log Confirmation
11.10.5 Immediate Update
11.10.6 Machine Update Password
11.11 Machine Update Settings – HTTP Proxy Settings
11.11.1 Use
11.11.2 Default setting
11.11.3 Setting item
11.11.4 Procedure
11.12 Security Settings – Prohibited Functions When Authentication Error
11.12.1 Use
11.12.2 Default setting
11.12.3 Setting item
11.12.4 Procedure
11.13 Security Settings – Enhanced Security Mode
11.13.1 Use
11.13.2 Default setting
11.13.3 Setting item
11.14 Security Settings – HDD Encryption Setting
11.14.1 Use
11.14.2 Procedure
11.15 Security Settings – Debug Log Encryption Settings
11.15.1 Debug Log Encryption Settings
11.16 Security Settings – Image Log Transfer Settings (Type1)
11.16.1 Use
11.16.2 Default setting
11.16.3 Setting item
11.16.4 Procedure
11.17 Security Settings – Image Log Transfer Settings (Type2)
11.17.1 Use
11.17.2 Default setting
11.17.3 Setting item
11.17.4 Procedure
11.18 Security Settings – Driver Password Encryption Setting
11.18.1 Use
11.18.2 Default setting
11.18.3 Setting item
11.19 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – Administrator Password
11.19.1 Use
11.19.2 Procedure
11.20 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – USB Enable Settings
11.20.1 Use
11.20.2 Default setting
11.21 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – Password Rules
11.21.1 Use
11.21.2 Default setting
11.21.3 Setting item
11.22 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – Quick IP Filtering
11.22.1 Use
11.22.2 Default setting
11.22.3 Procedure
11.23 Security Settings – Quick Security setting – PSWC Setting
11.23.1 Use
11.23.2 Default setting
11.23.3 Setting item
11.24 Security Settings – Quick Security setting – Security Warning Display Setting
11.24.1 Use
11.24.2 Default setting
11.24.3 Setting item
11.25 License Settings
11.25.1 Get Request Code
11.25.2 Install License
11.25.3 List of Enabled Functions
11.26 Voice Guidance Settings-Voice Guidance
11.26.1 Use
11.26.2 Default setting
11.26.3 Setting item
11.27 External Memory Backup – Import/Export
11.27.1 Use
11.27.2 Procedure (Import)
11.27.3 Procedure (Export)
11.28 Remote Access Setting – Import/Export User Data
11.28.1 Use
11.28.2 Default setting
11.28.3 Setting item

H) SERVICE MODE
1. Check items before operation
1.1 Advance checks
2. Starting procedure
2.1 Procedure
3. Setting procedure
4. Exiting procedure
5. Adjustment item list
5.1 Replace separator roller assembly, ACM pick roller (tray 1, tray 2)
5.2 Replace MPF pick roller, separator pad (manual bypass tray)
5.3 Replace PH unit
5.4 Replace MFP board
5.5 Replace eMMC board
5.6 Replace original glass
5.7 Replace hard disk
5.8 Replace control panel unit
5.9 Execute initialize
5.10 Add an optional device
5.11 Execute F/W update
5.12 Add fax board
5.13 Replace automatic document feeder
6. Time Zone/Date & Time Input mode
6.1 Use
6.2 Procedure
7. Search
7.1 Use
7.2 Procedure
8. Machine
8.1 Fusing Temperature
8.1.1 Use
8.1.2 Default setting
8.1.3 Setting item
8.2 Printer Area
8.2.1 Printer Image Centering Side 1
8.2.2 Leading Edge Adj. Side 2 (Duplex)
8.2.3 Prt. Image Center. Side 2 (Dup)
8.2.4 Paper Feed Direction Adj
8.2.5 Tray Printing Position: Tip
8.3 Scan Area
8.3.1 Image Position: Leading Edge
8.3.2 Scanner Image Side Edge
8.3.3 Main Scan Zoom Adj
8.3.4 Sub Scan Zoom Adj
8.4 Non-Image Area Erase Check
8.4.1 Use
8.4.2 Procedure
9. Firmware Version
9.1 Use
9.2 Procedure
10. Imaging Process Adjustment
10.1 Paper Separation Adjustment
10.1.1 Use
10.1.2 Default setting
10.1.3 Setting range
10.1.4 Procedure
10.2 Transfer Voltage Fine Adj
10.2.1 Primary transfer adj
10.3 Thick Paper Density Adjustment
10.3.1 Use
10.3.2 Default setting
10.3.3 Setting range
10.3.4 Procedure
10.4 Grad/Dev AC Bias V Selection
10.4.1 Use
10.4.2 Default setting
10.4.3 Setting item
10.5 Engine Density Adjustment
10.5.1 Use
10.5.2 Default setting
10.5.3 Setting item
11. CS Remote Care
11.1 Outlines
11.1.1 PageScope Web Connection
11.2 Setting up
11.2.1 Using the telephone line modem
11.2.2 Using the Fax line modem
11.2.3 Using the E-mail
11.2.4 When using a WebDAV server in http communication
11.3 Setup confirmation
11.3.1 Use
11.3.2 Procedure
11.4 Calling the maintenance
11.4.1 When starting the maintenance
11.4.2 When finishing the maintenance
11.5 Calling the center from the administrator
11.5.1 Use
11.5.2 Procedure
11.6 Checking the transmission log
11.6.1 Use
11.6.2 Procedure
11.7 Maintenance/Default Settings
11.7.1 System Setting
11.7.2 ID Code
11.7.3 Detail Setting
11.8 Software SW setting for CS Remote Care
11.8.1 Input procedure
11.8.2 SW No. 01
11.8.3 SW No. 02
11.8.4 SW No. 03
11.8.5 SW No. 04
11.8.6 SW No. 05
11.8.7 SW No. 06
11.8.8 SW No. 07
11.8.9 SW No. 08
11.8.10 SW No. 09
11.8.11 SW No. 10
11.8.12 SW No. 11
11.8.13 SW No. 12
11.8.14 SW No. 14
11.8.15 SW No. 15
11.8.16 SW No. 18
11.8.17 SW No. 21
11.8.18 SW No. 22
11.8.19 SW No. 23
11.9 Server Setting
11.9.1 E-Mail1 or E-mail2 is selected
11.9.2 http1 or http2 is selected
11.10 Product Auth. Settings
11.10.1 Product Authentication
11.10.2 WebDAV
11.10.3 Register Manually
11.11 Import/Export Settings
11.11.1 WebDAV Setting
11.11.2 Port Number
11.11.3 SSL Settings
11.11.4 Data Initialization
11.12 Auto Initial Dial Setting
11.12.1 Use
11.12.2 Default setting
11.12.3 Setting item
12. System 1
12.1 Marketing Area
12.1.1 Use
12.1.2 Procedure
12.1.3 Setting item
12.2 Tel/Fax Number
12.2.1 Use
12.2.2 Procedure
12.3 Serial Number
12.3.1 Use
12.3.2 Procedure
12.4 Sleep ON/OFF Choice Setting
12.4.1 Use
12.4.2 Default setting
12.4.3 Setting item
12.5 Foolscap Size Setting
12.5.1 Use
12.5.2 Procedure
12.5.3 Default setting
12.5.4 Functions
12.6 Install Date
12.6.1 Use
12.6.2 Procedure
12.7 Initialization-Clear All Data
12.7.1 Use
12.7.2 Procedure
12.8 Initialization-Clear Individual Data
12.8.1 Copy Program Data
12.8.2 Address Registration Data
12.8.3 Fax Setting Data
12.8.4 All History Data
12.8.5 Network Setting Data
12.8.6 Server Cache Data
12.9 Initialization-System Error Clear
12.9.1 Use
12.9.2 Procedure
12.10 Problem Unit Isolation Set
12.10.1 Use
12.10.2 Default setting
12.10.3 Setting item
12.11 Machine State LED Setting
12.11.1 Use
12.11.2 Default setting
12.11.3 Setting item
12.12 TP Level
12.12.1 Use
12.12.2 Default setting
12.12.3 Setting range
12.13 Burn Prevention Settings
12.13.1 Use
12.13.2 Default setting
12.13.3 Setting item
13. System 2
13.1 HDD
13.2 Option Board Status
13.2.1 Use
13.2.2 Default setting
13.2.3 Setting item
13.3 Consumable Life Reminder
13.3.1 Use
13.3.2 Default setting
13.3.3 Setting item
13.4 Unit Change
13.4.1 Unit Change
13.4.2 Warning display – Toner Near Empty
13.4.3 Warning display – Near Empty Display Time
13.4.4 Warning display � Near Life Display Settings
13.5 Software Switch Setting
13.5.1 Use
13.5.2 Procedure
13.5.3 Software Switch Setting list
13.5.4 Details of the software switch settings
13.5.5 SW No.012
13.5.6 SW No.025
13.5.7 SW No.049 HEX 00 – HEX0A
13.5.8 SW No.049 HEX 80
13.5.9 SW No.051 HEX 00 – HEX80
13.5.10 SW No.069
13.5.11 SW No.070
13.5.12 SW No.072
13.5.13 SW No.124
13.5.14 SW No.135
13.5.15 SW No.143
13.5.16 SW No.145 HEX 01
13.5.17 SW No.145 HEX 02
13.5.18 SW No.145 HEX 08
13.5.19 SW No.145 HEX 10
13.5.20 SW No.146 HEX 04
13.5.21 SW No.146 HEX 10
13.5.22 SW No.151
13.5.23 SW No.152
13.5.24 SW No.155
13.5.25 SW No.157
13.5.26 SW No.163
13.5.27 SW No.190
13.5.28 SW No.192
13.5.29 SW No.203
13.5.30 SW No.206
13.5.31 SW No.227
13.5.32 SW No.230
13.6 CCD Calibration
13.6.1 Use
13.6.2 Default setting
13.6.3 Setting item
13.7 Data Capture
13.7.1 Use
13.7.2 Procedure
13.8 Network Fax Settings
13.8.1 Use
13.8.2 Default setting
13.8.3 Setting item
13.9 RX File Change Page Name
13.9.1 Use
13.9.2 Default setting
13.9.3 Setting item
13.10 Coverage Rate Screen
13.10.1 Use
13.10.2 Default setting
13.10.3 Setting item
13.11 JAM Code Display Setting
13.11.1 Use
13.11.2 Default setting
13.11.3 Setting item
13.12 Import Config. Data
13.12.1 BootUp Screen
13.12.2 Machine Image
13.12.3 Custom Auth. Setting
13.13 Install Data
13.13.1 Use
13.13.2 Procedure
13.14 Local Interface Kit Setting
13.14.1 Use
13.14.2 Default setting
13.14.3 Setting item
13.15 CIS Image Adjustment
13.15.1 Use
13.15.2 Default setting
13.15.3 Setting range
13.15.4 Procedure
13.16 Display Eco Index
13.16.1 Use
13.16.2 Default setting
13.16.3 Procedure
13.17 Internal Error. Auto Cancel
13.17.1 Use
13.17.2 Default setting
13.17.3 Behavior
13.18 Acquiring Settings
13.18.1 Use
13.18.2 Default setting
13.18.3 Setting item
13.19 Driver Install
13.19.1 Use
13.19.2 Procedure (Install)
13.19.3 Procedure (Uninstall)
13.20 Application Change Setting
13.20.1 Use
13.20.2 Default setting
13.20.3 Setting item
13.21 Custom Pattern
13.21.1 Use
13.21.2 Panel customization tool
13.21.3 Procedure
13.22 Maintenance Mode
13.22.1 Setting items
13.22.2 Exiting the Maintenance Mode
13.23 Clean Unit Setting
13.24 Auth. Function Enable
13.24.1 Activation
13.24.2 List
14. Counter
14.1 Common procedure
14.2 Life
14.2.1 Use
14.2.2 Procedure
14.2.3 New Release
14.2.4 New Release Disable mode
14.3 Service Total
14.3.1 Total
14.3.2 Paper Size 1/Paper Size 2
14.4 Section Service Call
14.4.1 Use
14.5 Warning
14.5.1 Use
14.5.2 Procedure
14.6 Maintenance
14.6.1 Use
14.6.2 Procedure
14.7 Counter of Each Mode
14.7.1 Use
14.8 Service Call History (Data)
14.8.1 Use
14.9 ADF Paper Pages
14.9.1 Use
14.10 Paper Jam History
14.10.1 Use
14.11 Fax Connection Error
14.11.1 Use
14.12 Parts Counter (Fixed)
14.13 Jam
14.13.1 Use
14.14 Section JAM
14.15 Instantaneous Power Failure
14.15.1 Use
14.16 Detail code history
14.16.1 Use
14.17 Recoverable error counter
14.17.1 Use
15. List Output
15.1 Batch list CSV output
15.1.1 Use
15.1.2 Procedure
15.2 Machine Management List
15.2.1 Use
15.2.2 Procedure
15.3 Adjustments List
15.3.1 Use
15.3.2 Procedure
15.4 Parameter List
15.4.1 Use
15.4.2 Procedure
15.5 Service Parameter
15.5.1 Use
15.5.2 Procedure
15.6 Protocol Trace
15.6.1 Use
15.6.2 Procedure
15.7 Fax Setting List
15.7.1 Use
15.7.2 Procedure
15.8 Fax Analysis List
15.8.1 Use
15.8.2 Procedure
16. State Confirmation
16.1 Sensor Check
16.1.1 Use
16.1.2 Procedure
16.1.3 Sensor check screens
16.2 CIS Check
16.2.1 Offset value
16.2.2 LED Duty
16.3 Memory/Storage Adjustment
16.3.1 Memory Check
16.3.2 Compress / Decompression Check
16.3.3 Memory Bus Check
16.3.4 DSC Bus Check
16.3.5 Storage R/W Check
16.3.6 Format
16.3.7 eMMC -> HDD Data Copy
16.4 Memory/Storage Status
16.4.1 Use
16.5 Adjustment Data List
16.5.1 Use
16.6 Self-diag. (Full)
16.6.1 Overview of self-diagnostic function
16.6.2 Use
16.6.3 Procedure (from SERVICE MODE menu)
16.6.4 Procedure (from main power switch ON)
16.6.5 Procedure (when NG is detected)
16.6.6 Auto Execution of Self-diag. (Full)
16.7 Self-diag. (Individual)
16.7.1 Prog. device
16.7.2 SPI Check
16.7.3 HDD Check
16.7.4 Sys/Image mem check
16.7.5 Various USB Check
16.7.6 CIS Board (Front Side) Check
16.7.7 CIS Board (Back Side) Check
16.7.8 DF Board Check
16.7.9 MFP Board (Back Side) Check
16.7.10 FAX Board Check
16.7.11 MFP Board (Front Side) Check
16.7.12 PCIe Check
16.8 Component Check
16.8.1 Use
16.8.2 Procedure
17. Test Mode
17.1 Procedure for test pattern output
17.2 Gradation Pattern
17.2.1 Use
17.2.2 Procedure
17.3 Halftone Pattern
17.3.1 Use
17.3.2 Procedure
17.4 Lattice Pattern
17.4.1 Use
17.4.2 Procedure
17.5 Solid Pattern
17.5.1 Use
17.5.2 Procedure
17.6 Solid Pattern 2
17.6.1 Use
17.6.2 Procedure
17.7 Paper Passage Test
17.7.1 Use
17.7.2 Procedure
17.8 Fax Test
17.8.1 Signal Send Test
17.8.2 Signal Receive Test
17.8.3 NCU TEST
18. ADF
18.1 Original Stop Position
18.1.1 Use
18.1.2 Procedure
18.2 Paper Passage
18.2.1 Use
18.2.2 Procedure
18.3 Sensor Check
18.3.1 Use
18.3.2 Procedure
18.3.3 Sensor check screen
18.3.4 Sensor check list
18.4 Feed Zoom
18.4.1 Use
18.4.2 Orig. Feed Zoom Ad
18.5 ADF Shading adjustment
18.5.1 Use
18.5.2 Procedure
18.5.3 Setting range
18.6 FD-Mag. Adj. (B)
18.6.1 Use
18.6.2 Orig. Feed Zoom Ad
18.7 Main Scanning Direction Zoom
18.7.1 Use
18.7.2 Orig. Feed Zoom Ad
19. FAX
19.1 Modem/NCU
19.1.1 V34:1/2 : RX Max. Bit Speed
19.1.2 V34:1/2 : TX Max. Bit Speed
19.1.3 V34:1/2 : Control CH Speed
19.1.4 V34:1/2 : Max. SYMB Speed
19.1.5 V34:2/2: V34 Points
19.1.6 V17 Send Max Speed: TX Max. Speed
19.1.7 V17 Send Max Speed: RX Max. Speed
19.1.8 TxATT: PIX TxATT
19.1.9 TxATT: TONE/Procedure Signal TxATT
19.1.10 TxATT: CED/ANSam TxATT
19.1.11 TxATT: DTMF TxATT
19.1.12 Level: CD/SED ON Level
19.1.13 Level: DTMF H-L Level Difference
19.1.14 Cable EQL
19.2 Network
19.2.1 Network Setting 1: Receive Signal Detection Mode
19.2.2 Network Setting 1: BUSY TONE Detection
19.2.3 Network Setting 1: No. of Times of Busy Tone Detection
19.2.4 Network Setting 2: 1300 Hz Detection
19.2.5 Network Setting 2: Dial Tone Detection
19.2.6 Network Setting 2: DC-LOOP Check
19.2.7 Network Setting 2: min. RING OFF Time
19.2.8 Network Setting 2: Response Waiting Time
19.2.9 Network Setting 2: Pause Time
19.3 System
19.3.1 Display Setting: Closed area Rx
19.3.2 Display Setting: Re-Transmission
19.3.3 Display Setting: Compulsory Memory RX
19.3.4 Display Setting: Reject Calls
19.3.5 Display Setting: Relay
19.3.6 Scan Setting: Frame Erasure HP
19.3.7 System Function: Fax Board Watchdog
19.3.8 System Function: Fax BOOT Rewrite on ISW
19.3.9 System Function: Error Code Display Time
19.3.10 Communication Setting: Error Page Resending
19.3.11 Communication Setting: Number of Redials (Error Page)
19.4 Fax File Format
19.4.1 Use
19.4.2 Procedure
19.5 Communication
19.5.1 Protocol: V8 / V34 Protocol
19.5.2 Protocol: V17 EP TONE
19.5.3 Protocol: V29 EP TONE
19.5.4 Protocol: V17 Selection Mode “-”
19.5.5 Protocol: ANSam Send Time
19.5.6 Int’l Comm. Function: Foreign Communication Function
19.5.7 Int’l Comm. Function: No. of DIS Waiting Times at Foreign Communication
19.5.8 Int’l Comm. Function: V34 Speed
19.5.9 Int’l Comm. Function: V17 Speed
19.5.10 Int’l Comm. Function: V29 Speed
19.5.11 TIMER 1: T1
19.5.12 TIMER 1: DCS-TCF DELAY
19.5.13 TIMER 1: CED-DIS DELAY
19.5.14 TIMER 1: PIX-PMC DELAY
19.5.15 TIMER 2: EOL-EOL
19.5.16 TIMER 2: CFR-PIXWAIT
19.5.17 TIMER 2: EOM-PIXWAIT
19.5.18 TIMER 2: JM WAIT
19.5.19 Others: ECM Function
19.5.20 Others: Frame Size at ECM TX
19.5.21 Others: Coding Ability
19.6 List Output
19.6.1 Report Addition Information
19.6.2 TX Result Report
19.6.3 Protocol Trace Auto Output
19.7 Function Parameter
19.7.1 Use
19.7.2 Procedure
19.7.3 Address parameter list
19.8 Initialization
19.8.1 Use
19.8.2 Procedure
19.9 FAX Line Std. Setting
19.9.1 Use
19.9.2 FAX Line Std. Setting-V17 RX Error
20. FAX setting (Address parameter list)
20.1 0b000#
20.2 0b001#
20.3 0b002#
20.4 0b003#
20.5 0b004#, 0b005#
20.6 0b006#
20.7 0e000#
20.8 0e001#
20.9 0e002#
20.10 0e003#
20.11 0e004#
20.12 0e005#
20.13 0e006#
20.14 12000#
20.15 13000#
20.16 13001#, 13002#
20.17 13003#
20.18 13004#
20.19 13005#
20.20 13006#
20.21 13007#
20.22 13008#
20.23 98000#
20.24 0e009#
20.25 0e00a#
20.26 0e00b#
20.27 0e00c#
20.28 0e00d#
20.29 0e00e#
20.30 0e00f#
20.31 0e010#
20.32 0e011#
20.33 0e012#
20.34 0e013#
20.35 0f000#
20.36 0f001#
20.37 10000#
20.38 10001#
21. Finisher
22. Network Settings
22.1 2nd Network Setting – 2nd network card settings
22.1.1 Use
22.1.2 Default setting
22.1.3 Setting item
22.2 2nd Network Setting – Network Interface Settings
22.2.1 Use
22.2.2 Setting item
22.3 Remote Service Setting
22.3.1 Function Setting
22.3.2 Proxy Server Setting
22.3.3 Maintenance Setting
22.3.4 XMPP Settings
22.3.5 Always Connection Setting
22.4 Port setting
22.4.1 Use
22.4.2 Default setting
22.4.3 Setting item
23. Machine Update Setting
23.1 Internet ISW
23.1.1 Internet ISW Set
23.1.2 HTTP Setting
23.1.3 FTP Setting
23.1.4 Forwarding Access Setting
23.1.5 Download
23.1.6 Update Start Time Settings
23.2 Machine Auto Update setting
23.2.1 Auto Update setting
23.2.2 Procedures for using the Auto Update function
23.2.3 Relay server setting
23.2.4 Procedures for using the Relay server function
23.2.5 Transmission log Update
23.2.6 Transmission Server Log
23.2.7 Update Log Display
23.2.8 Relay Server Log Confirmation
23.2.9 Manual Update
23.2.10 Machine Import setting
23.2.11 Machine Export setting
23.2.12 Machine Update Password
23.3 Firmware Rollback
23.3.1 Firmware Rollback
23.3.2 Open Mode Settings
23.4 Copy Network Settings
23.4.1 Use
23.4.2 Environmental preparations
23.4.3 Procedure

I) BILLING SETTING/ENHANCED SECURITY/OTHERS
1. BILLING SETTING
1.1 Starting/Exiting
1.1.1 Starting procedure
1.1.2 Exiting procedure
1.2 Counter Setting
1.2.1 Use
1.2.2 Default setting (Total Counter Mode)
1.2.3 Setting item (Total Counter Mode)
1.2.4 Default setting (Large Size Counter Mode)
1.2.5 Setting item (Large Size Counter Mode)
1.2.6 Count-up table
1.2.7 Banner Paper Counter Mode
1.2.8 Banner Counter Double Count Mode
1.3 Management Function Choice
1.4 Management Function Choice – Vendor 2
1.4.1 Use
1.4.2 Procedure (Message)
1.5 Authentication Device 2
1.5.1 Use
1.5.2 Setting item
1.5.3 Installation procedures of authentication unit
1.6 Setting items that automatically change the setting values
1.6.1 When the vendor2 is mounted
1.6.2 When the authentication device 2 is mounted
1.7 Coverage Rate Clear
1.7.1 Use
1.7.2 Procedure
1.7.3 Default setting
1.7.4 Setting item
1.8 License management
1.8.1 Activation
1.8.2 Deactivation
1.8.3 Repair
1.8.4 Initialize
1.8.5 Request Code
1.8.6 List
1.8.7 Function List
1.9 Manage OpenAPI Authentication
1.9.1 Restriction Code
1.9.2 Region Code
1.10 WebDAV Server Setting
1.10.1 Select Address
1.10.2 Server Setting
1.10.3 Polling
1.11 Coverage Counter Setting
1.11.1 Use
1.11.2 Setting item (Coverage Rate Settings)
1.11.3 Procedure (Coverage Rate Settings)
1.11.4 Setting item (Coverage Rate Coeff. Settings)
1.11.5 Procedure (Coverage Rate Coeff. Settings)
1.12 Print Counter Clear
1.12.1 Use
1.12.2 Procedure
1.12.3 Default setting
1.12.4 Setting item
1.13 Coverage Counter Detail
1.13.1 Use
2. ENHANCED SECURITY
2.1 Starting/Exiting
2.1.1 Starting procedure
2.1.2 Exiting procedure
2.2 CE Password
2.2.1 Use
2.2.2 Default setting
2.2.3 Procedure
2.3 Administrator Password
2.3.1 Use
2.3.2 Default setting
2.3.3 Procedure
2.4 Administrator Feature Level
2.4.1 Use
2.4.2 Default setting
2.4.3 Setting item
2.5 CE Authentication
2.5.1 Use
2.5.2 Default setting
2.5.3 Setting item
2.6 Life Stop Setting
2.6.1 Life stop
2.6.2 Life warning display
2.7 Memory Data Backup
2.7.1 Use
2.7.2 Procedure
2.8 operation Ban release time
2.8.1 Use
2.8.2 Default setting
2.8.3 Setting range
2.9 Administrator unlocking
2.9.1 Use
2.9.2 Procedure
2.10 Engine FW DipSW
2.11 HDD Data Backup
2.11.1 Use
2.11.2 Setting item
2.11.3 Procedure
2.12 Data Backup
2.12.1 Use
2.12.2 Server Backup – Backup Settings
2.12.3 Server Backup – Auto backup
2.12.4 Server Backup – Immediate backup
2.12.5 Server Backup – Backup result
2.12.6 Restore from Server – Restore Setting
2.12.7 Restore Settings – Server settings
2.12.8 Restore from Server – Restore result
2.12.9 HDD Backup – Backup Settings
2.12.10 HDD Backup – Auto backup
2.12.11 HDD Backup – Immediate backup
2.12.12 HDD Backup – Backup result
2.12.13 Restore from HDD – Restore
2.12.14 Restore from HDD – Restore result
2.13 Customer Type
2.13.1 Function Settings
2.14 TPM Setting
2.14.1 Initialization
2.14.2 Status report
3. DEBUG SETTINGS
3.1 Starting/Exiting
3.1.1 Starting procedure
3.1.2 Exiting procedure
3.2 DEBUG SETTINGS
3.2.1 Debug Log Output
3.2.2 Acquiring Mode
3.2.3 TX Debug Log Settings
3.2.4 Remote Log Retrieval
3.2.5 Remote Log Server Settings
3.2.6 Enable Core Dump
3.2.7 USB Password
3.2.8 Other
3.3 Operation of the debug log function
3.3.1 Basic mode
3.3.2 Enhance mode
4. SETUP WIZARD
4.1 Function outline
4.2 Starting/Exiting
4.2.1 Starting procedure
4.2.2 Exiting procedure
5. CONTENTS TO BE CLEARED BY RESET FUNCTION

J) MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
1. Printhead adjustment

K) FIRMWARE
1. REWRITING OF FIRMWARE
2. Confirming the firmware version
2.1 Procedure
3. USB memory
3.1 Preparation
3.1.1 System preparation
3.1.2 USB memory used to update firmware
3.1.3 Directory configuration of USB memory
3.2 Procedure
3.3 Action when data transfer fails
4. Internet ISW
4.1 Outline
4.2 Service environment
4.3 Preparations for firmware rewriting
4.3.1 Internet ISW Set
4.3.2 Protocol setting
4.3.3 Forwarding Access Setting
4.3.4 Update Start Time Settings
4.4 Making the firmware data
4.4.1 Outline
4.4.2 Procedure
4.5 Firmware rewriting from the control panel
4.5.1 Firmware rewriting from the control panel
4.6 Firmware rewriting from the CS Remote Care
5. Auto Update setting
5.1 Firmware rewriting by the Auto Update function
6. Distribution Server Function (Relay server)
6.1 Firmware rewriting by the Relay server function
7. How to install the i-Option data
7.1 Available function for i-Option
7.2 LK-107/LK-108 font data installation procedure
8. Creating back up files when updating firmware
8.1 Procedure

L) TROUBLESHOOTING
1. JAM CODE
1.1 JAM display
1.1.1 Display procedure
1.1.2 Misfeed display resetting procedure
1.2 List of JAM code
1.3 Sensor layout
1.3.1 bizhub 4752/4052
1.3.2 ADF
1.4 Solution
1.4.1 Initial check items
1.4.2 10-01
1.4.3 11-01
1.4.4 12-01
1.4.5 13-01
1.4.6 14-01
1.4.7 30-01, 30-03
1.4.8 32-05
1.4.9 66-02, 66-33
1.4.10 66-05, 66-23
1.4.11 66-07
1.4.12 66-15
1.4.13 72-21
1.4.14 72-81
1.4.15 92-01, 92-02
1.4.16 99-01
2. MALFUNCTION CODE
2.1 Display procedure
2.2 List of the malfunction code
2.3 Solution
2.3.1 S-1
2.3.2 P-5
2.3.3 P-9
2.3.4 P-33
3. TROUBLE CODE
3.1 Overview of Trouble Code
3.2 Overview of Troubleshooting Procedure
3.2.1 Troubleshooting Procedure
3.3 Trouble resetting procedure
3.3.1 Trouble resetting procedure by Trouble Reset key
3.3.2 Trouble resetting procedure by the auto cancel function
3.3.3 Trouble resetting procedure by remote operation
3.4 Trouble isolation function
3.4.1 Use
3.4.2 Procedure
3.5 List of the trouble code
3.6 C0###
3.6.1 C0103
3.6.2 C0106
3.6.3 C0108
3.6.4 C0202
3.7 C1###
3.7.1 C1109
3.8 C2###
3.8.1 C2201
3.8.2 C2564
3.9 C3###
3.9.1 C3421
3.9.2 C3822
3.10 C4###
3.10.1 C4501
3.11 C5###
3.11.1 C5102
3.11.2 C5302
3.11.3 C5501
3.11.4 C5601
3.11.5 C5701
3.12 C6###
3.12.1 C6001, C6002
3.12.2 C6102
3.12.3 C6106
3.12.4 C6704
3.12.5 C6751
3.12.6 C6752
3.12.7 C6753
3.12.8 C6754, C6755
3.12.9 C6756
3.12.10 C6902, C6903
3.12.11 C6912, C6913
3.12.12 C6F01
3.13 C9###
3.13.1 C9401, C9402
3.13.2 C9403, C9404
3.14 CC###
3.14.1 CC002
3.14.2 CC140
3.14.3 CC151, CC152, CC155, CC156
3.14.4 CC163
3.14.5 CC164
3.14.6 CC167
3.14.7 CC168
3.14.8 CC169
3.14.9 CC170, CC171, CC172, CC173, CC174, CC180, CC181, CC182, CC183, CC184, CC185, CC186
3.14.10 CC190
3.14.11 CC191
3.14.12 CC211
3.14.13 CC212
3.14.14 CC213
3.14.15 CC214
3.14.16 CC216
3.14.17 CC301
3.14.18 CC302
3.14.19 CCC00
3.15 CD###
3.15.1 CD002
3.15.2 CD004, CD00F
3.15.3 CD010
3.15.4 CD011
3.15.5 CD012
3.15.6 CD030
3.15.7 CD041, CD042, CD043, CD044, CD045, CD046
3.15.8 CD047, CD048, CD049, CD04A, CD04B
3.15.9 CD050
3.15.10 CD110
3.15.11 CD201, CD202, CD203
3.15.12 CD211, CD212
3.15.13 CD241, CD242
3.15.14 CD261
3.15.15 CD262
3.15.16 CD263
3.15.17 CD271
3.15.18 CD272
3.15.19 CD3##
3.15.20 CD313
3.15.21 CD38E
3.15.22 CD390
3.15.23 CD391
3.15.24 CD3C0
3.15.25 CD401, CD402, CD403, CD404, CD405, CD406, CD407, CD411, CD412, CD413
3.15.26 CD601, CD602, CD603
3.15.27 CD701, CD702, CD703
3.15.28 CD704
3.15.29 CD705, CD706
3.15.30 CD801
3.15.31 CD810
3.15.32 CDF50, CDF70, CDFA0
3.15.33 CDF51, CDF71, CDFA1
3.16 CE###
3.16.1 CE001, CE003, CE004, CE005, CE006, CE007, CE009, CE011
3.16.2 CE002
3.16.3 CE101
3.16.4 CE201
3.16.5 CE202
3.16.6 CE203
3.16.7 CE301, CE302, CE303, CE304, CE305
3.16.8 CE401
3.16.9 CED01
3.16.10 CEEE1, CEEE3
3.16.11 CEEE2
3.17 CF###
3.17.1 Contents
3.17.2 Troubleshooting of the abort code
3.17.3 CFB##
3.17.4 CFC##
3.17.5 CFD##
3.17.6 CFE##
3.17.7 CFF##
4. Troubleshooting using Self-diag. (Full)
4.1 Self-diag. (Full) Procedure
4.1.1 Auto Execution of Self-diag. (Full)
4.1.2 Error code resetting procedures
4.2 Overview of Self-diag. (Full) function
4.3 Error Code List
4.4 E1-1
4.5 E1-2
4.6 E1-3
4.7 E2-1
4.8 E3-1
4.9 E3-2, E3-3
4.10 E3-4
4.11 E4-1, E4-2
4.12 E5-1
4.13 E5-2
4.14 E5-5, E5-6, E5-14
4.15 E5-8
4.16 E5-12
4.17 E5-13
4.18 E7-1
4.19 E7-2
4.20 E7-3
4.21 E7-4
4.22 E8-1
4.23 E13-1
4.24 E14-1, E14-2, E14-3
5. Troubleshooting when NG is displayed on the Self-diag. (Individual)
5.1 Various USB Check
5.1.1 Troubleshooting when NG is displayed for Keyboard
5.1.2 Troubleshooting when NG is displayed for USB Memory
5.2 MFP Board Check
5.2.1 Troubleshooting when NG is displayed for Ping Test
6. ERROR CODE FOR THE INTERNET ISW
6.1 Error code list for the Internet ISW
6.2 0x0#
6.3 0x1#
6.4 0x2#
7. CS Remote Care ERROR CODE
7.1 Troubleshooting for CS Remote Care
7.2 CS Remote Care Operation under Enhanced Security Mode
7.3 List of the CS Remote Care error code
7.3.1 When connecting by modem
7.3.2 When connecting by e-mails
7.3.3 When connecting by http
7.3.4 When connecting by Fax modem
8. FAX TROUBLE CODE
8.1 The error in the transmission/reception system
8.2 B0##
8.3 B11#
8.4 B12#
8.5 B13#
8.6 B14#
8.7 B15#
8.8 B16#
8.9 B17#
8.10 B18#
8.11 B19#
8.12 T0#
8.13 T1#
8.14 T2#
8.15 T3#
8.16 T4#
8.17 T5#
8.18 T6#
8.19 T7#
8.20 T8#
8.21 T9#
8.22 R0#
8.23 R1#
8.24 R2#
8.25 R3#
8.26 R4#
8.27 R5#
8.28 R6#
8.29 R7#
8.30 R8#
8.31 R9#
8.32 Other
9. DIAGNOSTIC CODES
9.1 Outline
9.2 Explanation
9.2.1 The diagnostic code
9.2.2 Information of communication results and conditions
10. NETWORK FAX ERROR CODE
10.1 Error code list of the transmission system
10.2 Error code list of the reception system
11. Open API RELATED TROUBLE
11.1 Outline
11.2 Types of Trouble
11.3 Solution
11.3.1 When using an application
11.3.2 After rewriting the firmware of the machine
12. TROUBLES THAT DO NOT DISPLAY THE TROUBLE CODE
12.1 Machine is not energized at all (PU operation check)
12.2 Operation panel indicators do not light
12.3 Operation panel (touch panel) do not respond
13. CONSUMABLE ERROR
13.1 List of the error display
13.2 Solution
13.2.1 Imaging unit installation error
13.2.2 Incorrect Toner Cartridge setup
13.2.3 Imaging Unit Detection Error
13.2.4 Toner Cartridge Detection Error
14. OTHER TROUBLE
14.1 Firmware error warning
14.1.1 Action
14.2 HDD lock password error warning
14.2.1 Detection timing
14.2.2 Action
15. TROUBLESHOOTING OF i-Option
15.1 Structure of license management
15.2 License management information
15.3 Error message
15.3.1 License management error
16. IMAGE QUALITY PROBLEM
16.1 How to identify problematic part
16.1.1 Initial check items
16.2 Solution
16.2.1 Scanner system: white lines, white bands, black lines and black bands in sub scan direction
16.2.2 Scanner system: white lines, white bands, black lines and black bands in main scan direction
16.2.3 Scanner system: black spots
16.2.4 Scanner system: fog
16.2.5 Scanner system: blurred image, blotchy image
16.2.6 Scanner system: moire
16.2.7 Scanner system: skewed image
16.2.8 Scanner system: distorted image
16.2.9 Scanner system: low image density, rough image
16.2.10 Scanner system: blank copy, black copy
16.2.11 Printer: white lines and white bands in sub scan direction
16.2.12 Printer: white lines and white bands in main scan direction
16.2.13 Printer: uneven density in sub scan direction
16.2.14 Printer: uneven density in main scan direction
16.2.15 Printer: low image density
16.2.16 Printer: gradation reproduction failure
16.2.17 Printer: foggy background
16.2.18 Printer: void areas, white spots
16.2.19 Printer: black spots
16.2.20 Printer: blurred image
16.2.21 Printer: blank copy, black copy
16.2.22 Printer: uneven image

M) PARTS/CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
1. PARTS LAYOUT DRAWING
1.1 bizhub 4752/4052
1.2 FS-P02 (Option)

O) WIRING DIAGRAM
1. bizhub 4752/4052

P) THEORY OF OPERATION bizhub 4752/4052
1. INTERFACE SECTION
1.1 Front/Side
1.2 Rear
2. PRINTER SECTION
2.1 Configurations
2.2 Simplex printing
2.3 Duplex printing
2.4 Paper path sensors
2.5 Main drive
3. SCANNER SECTION
4. ADF SECTION
4.1 ADF paper path
4.2 ADF section sensors

QA THEORY OF OPERATION PF-P15/PF-P16
1. CONFIGURATIONS
2. OPERATION

QB THEORY OF OPERATION FS-P02
1. CONFIGURATIONS
2. OPERATION
2.1 Staple position
2.2 Staple operation
2.3 Staple empty detection

QC THEORY OF OPERATION EK-P05/EK-P06
1. CONFIGURATION
2. FUNCTION

QD THEORY OF OPERATION UK-216
1. CONFIGURATION
2. OPERATION
2.1 Outline
2.2 2nd network interface structure
2.2.1 Wired Only
2.2.2 Wireless Only
2.2.3 Wired+Wireless (Secondary Mode)
2.2.4 Wired+Wireless (Simple AP Mode)
2.2.5 Wired+Wireless (Wi-Fi Direct)
2.3 Operation on ErP Auto Power Off mode
2.3.1 Wired+Wireless (Secondary Mode)
2.3.2 Wired+Wireless (Simple AP Mode), Wired+Wireless (Wi-Fi Direct)
2.3.3 Setting for printer driver

QE THEORY OF OPERATION FK-517
1. COMMUNICATION CONTROL
1.1 FIF bits of DIS, DTC and DCS
1.1.1 FIF data configuration list (DIS/DTC)
1.1.2 FIF data configuration list (DCS)
1.2 Modem fallback sequence
1.2.1 V17, V29, and V27 ter
1.2.2 V34 fallback
1.3 V8/V34 sequence
1.3.1 V34
1.3.2 Sample of a signal procedure at sending two pages
1.3.3 Procedure details
1.3.4 Common signal bit definition
1.3.5 Phase 2 (Probing)
1.3.6 Phase 3
1.3.7 Re-synchronization procedure / Startup procedure
1.3.8 Other
2. FUNCTION
2.1 Telephone function
2.1.1 TEL/FAX switching
2.2 F-code
2.2.1 Signal format
2.2.2 F-code confidential transmission
2.2.3 F-code bulletin board polling
2.2.4 F-code relay transmission
2.3 Transmission function
2.3.1 Original scan mode
2.4 Reception function
2.4.1 Reduction / division of reception
2.4.2 Cassette / paper selection
2.4.3 Compulsory memory reception
2.4.4 Closed reception (Junk FAX)