Kyocera ECOSYS M6230cidn/ M6630cidn/ M6235cidn/ M6635cidn/ PF-5100 Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual Kyocera ECOSYS M6230cidn/ M6630cidn/ M6235cidn/ M6635cidn/ PF-5100
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Table of contents:

1. SPECIFICATIONS
1-1 Specifications
(1) Common function
(2) Copy function
(3) Printer function
(4) Scanner function
(5) Document processor
(6) Paper Feeder (500-sheet x1)
(7) Manual stapler
1-2 Part Names
(1) 30 ppm model
(1-1) Main unit exterior
(1-2) Connector / Interior
(1-3) With Optional Equipments Attached
(2) 35 ppm model
(2-1) Main unit exterior
(2-2) Connector / Interior
(2-3) With Optional Equipments Attached
(3) Part Names of Paper Feeder
(4) Operation panel key
1-3 Optional Equipment
(1) 30 ppm model
(2) 35 ppm model
(3) Optional Equipment
(3-1) Card Authentication Kit(B)
(3-2) PF-5100 <500 sheets x1 Paper Feeder>
(3-3) Memory Module
(3-4) HD-6/HD-7
(3-5) IB-50
(3-6) IB-51
(3-7) SD/SDHC memory card
(3-8) IB-36
(3-9) MS-5100, MS-5100B
(3-10) Data Security Kit(E)
(3-11) UG-33
(3-12) Scan Extension Kit(A)

2. INSTALLATION
2-1 Environment
2-2 Installing the machine
(1) Unpacking and checking bundled items
(2) Setting up the Toner Container
(3) Connecting the Interface Cable
(4) Connecting a FAX Cable (For 4in1 model only)
(5) Loading Paper
(6) Connecting the Power Cord
(7) Turn the power on
(8) Default Setting
(8-1) Setting Date and Time
(8-2) Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection)
(8-3) Altitude Adjustment Setting
(9) Installing Software
(10) Output an maintenance report (maintenance mode U000)(for service)
(11) Clearing the counts (maintenance mode U927)(for service)
(12) Exiting from the maintenance mode (for service)
(13) Completion of installing the main unit (Turning the power off)
2-3 Installing the optional equipment
(1) Card Authentication Kit(B)
(2) Paper Feeder (500-sheet x1)
(3) Memory Module
(4) HD-6/HD-7 (SSD)
(5) IB-50 (Network Interface Kit)
(6) IB-51 (Wireless Network Interface Kit)
(7) IB-36 (Wireless Network Interface Kit)
(8) SD/SDHC Card
(9) MS-5100/ MS-5100B (Manual stapler)
2-4 Optional Applications
(1) Data Security Kit(E) (Data Security Kit)
(2) Card Authentication Kit(B)
(3) UG-33 (ThinPrint Option)

3. MACHINE DESIGN
3-1 Mechanical Configuration
(1) Cross-section view(30 ppm model)
(2) Cross-section view (35 ppm model)
(3) Cross-section view (Optional paper feeder)
(4) Paper conveying and Paper detection
3-2 Electric parts
(1) Wire connection diagram (Machine right side)
(2) Wire connection diagram (Machine left side)
(3) Descriptions about the major PWBs
(3-1) Main/Engine PWB
(3-2) Engine relay PWB
(3-3) High-voltage PWB
(3-4) Power source PWB
(3-5) Operation panel PWB
(3-6) FAX PWB (4 in 1 model)
(3-7) PF main PWB (Optional Paper Feeder)
(4) Electric parts layout
(4-1) PWBs
(4-2) Part name table
(4-3) Sensors and Switches
(4-4) Part name table
(4-5) Motors
(4-6) Part name table
(4-7) Clutches and Solenoids and other parts
(4-8) Part name table
(4-9) Document processor (30 ppm model)
(4-10) Part name table
(4-11) Document processor (35 ppm model)
(4-12) Part name table
(4-13) Paper feeder (Optinal unit)
(4-14) Part name table
(5) Drive unit
(5-1) Wire connection
(5-2) Drive system for the paper conveying
(5-3) Unit Design
3-3 Paper feed and conveying section
(1) Cassette paper feed section
(2) MP tray paper feed section
(3) MP conveying section
3-4 Optical section
(1) Image scanner section
(2) Laser scanner unit
3-5 Developer section
(1) Developer unit
3-6 Drum section
(1) Charger roller unit
(2) Cleaning unit
3-7 Transfer and separation section
(1) Primary transfer section
(2) Secondary transfer roller section
3-8 Fuser section
(1) Fuser unit
3-9 Exit and feedshift section
(1) Exit unit
3-10 Duplex conveying section
(1) Duplex conveying unit
3-11 Document processor (30 ppm model)
(1) Original paper feed section
(2) Original conveying section and Original switchback and exit section
(3) Reversing duplex scanning
3-12 Document processor (35 ppm model)
(1) Original paper feed section
(2) Original conveying section and exit section
3-13 Optional paper feeder
(1) Paper feed section

4. MAINTENANCE
4-1 Precautions for the maintenance
(1) Precautions
(2) Storage and handling of the drum
(3) Storage of the toner container
(4) Screening of the toner container
4-2 Maintenance parts
(1) Maintenance Kits
(2) Maintenance kit (DP)
(3) Clearing the maintenance kit message
4-3 Periodic maintenance procedures
(1) Detaching and reattaching the Primary transfer unit
(2) Drum section
(2 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the drum unit
(3) Developer section
(3 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the developer unit
(4) Fuser section
(4 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the fuser unit
(5) Detaching and reattaching the Retard roller
(6) Detaching and reattaching the middle roller unit
(7) Detaching and reattaching the secondary transfer roller unit
(8) Document processor (30 ppm model)
(8 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the DP paper feed roller unit
(8 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the DP separation pad
(9) Document processor (35 ppm model)
(9 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the DP paper feed roller unit
(9 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the DP separation pad
(10) Adjustment procedures after replacing the maintenance kit
4-4 Disassembly and Reassembly procedures
(1) External covers
(1 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the front cover
(1 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the interface cover
(1 – 3) Detaching and reattaching the upper right cover
(1 – 4) Detaching and reattaching the middle right cover
(1 – 5) Detaching and reattaching the lower right cover
(1 – 6) Detaching and reattaching the upper right cover
(1 – 7) Detaching and reattaching the middle left cover
(1 – 8) Detaching and reattaching the lower left cover
(1 – 9) Detaching and reattaching the rear cover
4-5 PWBs replacement
(1) Detaching and reattaching the main/engine PWB
(2) Procedure to be followed after the main/engine PWB has been replaced
(2 – 1) Firmware update
(2 – 2) Initializing the FAX system (4 in 1 model only)
(2 – 3) Adjust the scanner image
(2 – 4) Adjust the image
(2 – 5) Import the backup data
(2 – 6) Re-activate the license
(2 – 7) Reset the initial values
(2 – 8) Reset the maintenance items
(2 – 9) Canceling the maintenance mode
(3) Detaching and reattaching the engine relay PWB
(4) Detaching and reattaching the high-voltage PWB
(5) Detaching and reattaching the power supply PWB
(6) Detaching and reattaching the operation panel PWB
4-6 Other parts
(1) Optical section (image scanning)
(1 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the scanner carriage assembly
(1 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the ISU
(2) Optical section (Laser scanning)
(2 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the LSU
(3) MP tray paper feed section
(3 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the MP paper feed roller
(3 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the MP tray paper conveying unit
(4) Drum section
(4 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the main charger roller unit
(5) Eject section
(5 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the eject unit
(6) Duplex conveying unit
(6 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the duplex conveying unit
(7) Document processor (30 ppm model)
(7 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the document processor
(7 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the DP feed motor and DP conveying motor
(7 – 3) Detaching and reattaching the DP reverse motor
(8) Document processor (35 ppm model)
(8 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the document processor
(8 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the CIS
(9) Drive section
(9 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the main drive motor unit
(9 – 2) Detaching and reattaching the paper feed drive unit
(9 – 3) Detaching and reattaching the MP paper feed drive unit
(9 – 4) Detaching and reattaching the toner motor unit
(9 – 5) Detaching and reattaching the toner motor
(9 – 6) Detaching and reattaching the lift motor
(9 – 7) Detaching and reattaching the cassette lift unit
(10) Operation section
(10 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the language sheet
(11) Fan motor
(11 – 1) Attaching direction
4-7 Disassembly & reassembly procedures for the paper feeder (option)
(1) Detaching and reattaching the retard roller unit and feed roller unit
(1 – 1) Detaching and reattaching the retard roller unit
(2) Detaching and reattaching the paper feed roller unit
(3) Detaching and reattaching the PF main PWB
(4) Detaching and reattaching the PF drive unit

5. FIRMWARE
5-1 Firmware update

6. MAINTENANCE MODE
6-1 Maintenance Mode
(1) Executing a maintenance mode
(2) Maintenance modes list
(3) Content of the maintenance mode
6-2 Service mode
(1) Executing the service mode
(2) Descriptions of service modes

7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7-1 Image formation problems
(1) Isolate the component an image defect has occurred from
(2) Scanner Factors (when scanning the first side (front side) through DP, or
scanning the second side (back side) through the reverse automatic DP)
(2-1) Abnormal image
(2-2) Background is colored
(2-3) Black dots or color dots
(2-4) Blurred characters
(2-5) Mismatch of the center line between the original and copy image (1st side)
(2-6) Mismatch of the center line between the original and copy image (2nd side)
(2-7) Horizontal black streaks
(2-8) Vertical streaks or bands (black, color)
(2-9) Irregular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and
copy image (1st side)
(2-10) Irregular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and
copy image (2nd side)
(2-11) Vertical streaks or bands (white)
(2-12) moiré (front side)
(2-13) moiré (back side)
(2-14) Entire blank image (white or black)
(2-15) A part of the image is dark or light
(2-16) Image is blurred
(2-17) Part of the image is not copied
(2-18) Color shift
(2-19) Skewed image
(2-20) The entire image is light
(3) Scanner Factors (scanning the second side (back side)
through the reverse automatic DP)
(3-1) Abnormal image
(3-2) Background is colored
(3-3) Black dots or color dots
(3-4) Blurred characters
(3-5) Center of the original and output image is inconsistent
(3-6) Horizontal black streaks
(3-7) Vertical streaks or bands (black, color)
(3-8) Regular inconsistence in the leading edge image between the original and output
(3-9) Vertical streaks or bands (white)
(3-10) Moire
(3-11) Entire blank image (white or black)
(3-12) A part of the image is dark or light
(3-13) Image is blurred
(3-14) Part of the image is not copied
(3-15) Color shift
(3-16) Skewed image
(3-17) The entire image is light
(4) Scanner Factors (when scanning on the contact glass)
(4-1) Abnormal image
(4-2) Background is colored
(4-3) Black dots or color dots
(4-4) Blurred characters / Color Shift
(4-5) Mismatch of the center line between the original and copy image
(4-6) Horizontal black streaks
(4-7) Vertical streaks or bands (black, color)
(4-8) Regular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and copy image
(4-9) Vertical streaks or bands (white)
(4-10) Moire
(4-11) Entire blank image (white or black)
(4-12) A part of the image is dark or light
(4-13) Image is blurred
(4-14) Part of the image is not copied
(4-15) Skewed image
(4-16) The entire image is light
(5) Engine Factors (Paper conveying cause: Transfer, Fuser and Separation)
(5-1) Background is colored
(5-2) Black dots or color dots
(5-3) The image is not partly printed (blank or white spots)
(5-4) Entire blank image (white)
(5-5) Mismatch of the center line between the original and copy image
(5-6) Color shift in the main scanning direction
(5-7) Color shift in the sub scanning direction
(5-8) Paper creases
(5-9) Dirty reverse side
(5-10) The entire image is light
(5-11) Horizontal streaks or band (White, black, color)
(5-12) Irregular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and copy image
(5-13) Blurred characters (transfer shift)
(5-14) Offset image
(5-15) Color reproduction is poor
(5-16) Fusing failure
(5-17) Uneven transfer
(5-18) Image is blurred
(5-19) Vertical streaks or bands (white)
(5-20) Vertical streaks or bands (black, color)
(6) Engine Factors (Image forming cause)
(6-1) Background is colored
(6-2) Entire blank image (white)
(6-3) Black dots
(6-4) Entire blank image (black)
(6-5) Horizontal streaks or bands (white or black)
(6-6) Irregular horizontal streaks and dots (white)
(6-7) Horizontal uneven density
(6-8) The entire image is light
(6-9) Part of the image is not copied
(6-10) Offset image
(6-11) Poor grayscale reproduction
(6-12) Image is blurred
(6-13) Vertical streaks and bands (black)
(6-14) Vertical uneven density
(6-15) Vertical streaks or bands (white)
7-2 Feeding/Conveying Failures
(1) Prior standard check items
(1-1) Paper jam due to the cover-open detection
(1-2) Paper jam due to the wave or curl in the fuser section of the damp paper
(1-3) Paper jam due to the dog-ear, paper skew, paper creases,
fusing failure or the paper curl
(1-4) Paper jam due to the guide factor
(1-5) Paper jam caused by improperly loaded paper in the cassette
(1-6) Paper jam due to the inferior paper
(1-7) Paper jam caused by conveying rollers and pulleys
(1-8) Paper jam due to the sensor
(1-9) Paper jam due to the setting / detection failure
(1-10) Paper jam due to the static electricity
(1-11) Paper jam caused by the installation environment
(Papers inside the cassette are always damp.)
(2) Paper misfeed detection
(2-1) Paper misfeed indication
(3) Paper misfeed detection condition
(4) Jam Codes
7-3 Self diagnostic
(1) Self diagnostic codes
(1-1) Error codes list
(2) System Error (Fxxxx) Outline
(2-1) System Error (Fxxxx) Outline
7-4 FAX Related Errors
(1) FAX Related Errors
(1-1) C0030: FAX PWB system error
(1-2) C0070: FAX PWB incompatible detection error
(1-3) C0830: FAX PWB flash program area checksum error
(1-4) C0870: Image data transmission error to FAX PWB
(1-5) C0920: FAX file system error
(1-6) F14D
(1-7) FAX cannot be sent
(1-8) The beep sounds when the copying or printing is finished
(2) FAX error code
7-5 Send Related Errors
(1) Send Related Errors
(1-1) The sending error 2101 does not disappear
even if changing the host name or the security software settings
(1-2) Sending error 2203 does not disappear
(1-3) The scanning data from the contact glass is automatically sent
(2) Sending Errors (Error Codes)
(2-1) Scan to E-mail Error Codes
(2-2) Scan to FTP Error Codes
(2-3) Scan to SMB Error Codes
7-6 Print Errors
(1) The paper loading message appears
(2) The data is output with color from Excel even if the monochrome mode is set
(3) Color tone of the printed photo is different
(4) Orientation is different
(5) Paper is fed from the MP tray
(6) Garbled characters
(7) Data is output in monochrome
(8) Paper is not fed from the MP tray
(9) The same data is printed out endlessly
(10) PC window shows [Print job error], [Standby] or
[Printer unavailable] is indicated on the printer properties
(11) Processing and Memory lamps are lit while the printer standby message is indicated
(12) Unable to output at sleep mode due to the start-up failure of the machine
(13) Print stops after printing few sheets (operation lock)
(14) Print out is not available from the network factor (1)
(15) Print out is not available from the network factor (2)
(16) Print out is not available from the network factor (3)
(17) Print out is not available from the network factor (4)
(18) Print out is not available from the network factor (5)
(19) Print out is not available from the network factor (6)
(20) Print out is not available from the network factor (7)
(21) Print out is not available from the printer driver setting factor (1)
(22) Print out is not available from the printer driver setting factor (2)
(23) Print out is not available from the printer driver setting factor (3)
(24) Print out is not available from the printer driver setting factor (4)
(25) Print out is not available from the printer driver setting factor (5)
(26) Print out is not available from the printer driver setting factor (6)
(27) Print out is not available from the printer driver setting factor (7)
(28) A part of the image is missing
(29) Paper Mismatch Error’ appears
7-7 Error Messages
(1) The cover-open message appears even if closing the rear cover
(pressing the interlock switch)
(2) Paper add message appears while loading paper on the MP tray
7-8 Abnormal Noise
(1) Abnormal noise (Basic measures)
(2) Abnormal sounds from the paper conveying section
(3) Abnormal sound from the developer section
(4) Abnormal sound from the document processor
(5) Abnormal sound from the exit section
(6) Abnormal sound from the primary paper feed section
(7) Abnormal sound from the machine front side
(8) Abnormal sound from the lower side than the fuser exit section
(9) Abnormal sound from the upper side of the fuser exit section
(10) Abnormal sound from the fuser section
(11) Abnormal sound from inside the machine
(12) Abnormal sound from inside the machine
(13) Abnormal sound from inside the machine
(14) Abnormal sound from inside the machine (jumping sounds)
(15) The rotation sound of the fan is noisy
(16) The driving sound is noisy during printing
7-9 Malfunction
(1) The main unit does not operate at all even if the power switch is turned on
(2) The paper jam occurs in the feed section, the conveying section or the exit section
at the same time as turning on the power switch
(3) Paper skew
(4) Toner drops over the paper conveying section
(5) The login fails with other than the ID card
(6) Unavailable of searching texts from the output PDF (OCR Text Recognition is invalid)

8. PWBs
8-1 Description for PWB
(1) Main/Engine PWB
(1-1) PWB photograph
(1-2) Connector position
(1-3) Connector lists
(2) Engine relay PWB
(2-1) PWB photograph
(2-2) Connector position
(2-3) Connector lists
(3) High-voltage PWB
(3-1) PWB photograph
(3-2) Connector position
(3-3) Connector lists
(4) Power supply PWB
(4-1) PWB photograph
(4-2) Connector position
(4-3) Connector lists
(5) Operation panel PWB
(5-1) PWB photograph
(5-2) Connector position
(5-3) Connector lists
(6) Drum relay PWB
(6-1) PWB photograph
(6-2) Connector position
(6-3) Connector lists
(7) PF main PWB (Optional Paper Feeder)
(7-1) PWB photograph
(7-2) Connector position
(7-3) Connector lists

9. APPENDIXES
9-1 Repetitive defects gauge
9-2 Firmware environment commands
9-3 Chart of image adjustment procedures
9-4 Wiring diagram
9-5 Wiring diagram (Option)
9-6 Installation Guide
(1) PF-5100 installation guide