Kyocera ECOSYS M8130cidn/M8124cidn Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual Kyocera ECOSYS M8130cidn/M8124cidn;
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1) SPECIFICATION
1 – 1 Specifications
(1) Common function
(2) Copy Functions
(3) Printer Functions
(4) Scanner Functions
(5) Document Processor
(6) Option
(6-1)500 sheets x 1 Paper Feeder (PF-470)
(6-2)500 sheets x 2 Paper Feeder (PF-471)
(6-3)500 sheets Finisher (DF-470) : 30ppm model only
(6-4)FAX System (FAX System 13)
1 – 2 Part Names
(1) Main unit exterior
(2) Connector
(3) With Optional Equipments Attached
(4) FAX System
(5) Operation Panel Keys
1 – 3 Optional Equipment
(1) PF-470 <500 sheets x1 Paper Feeder>
(2) PF-471 <500 sheets X 1 Paper Feeder>
(3) AK-470 (30 ppm model only)
(4) DF-470 <500 sheets Finisher> (30 ppm model only)
(5) Expansion memory
(6) SD/SDHC memory card
(7) Card Authentication Kit(B) “Card Authentication Kit”
(8) HD-6/HD-7
(9) IB-50
(10) IB-51
(11) IB-36
(12) FAX System 13
(13) Data Security Kit(E)
(14) UG-33

2) INSTALLATION
2 – 1 Environment
2 – 2 Installing the main unit
(1) Unpacking and checking bundled items
(2) Notes on main unit transportation
(3) Attaching the job separator tray
(4) Unlocking the scanner mirror frame (CCD model only)
(5) Loading Paper
(5-1)Precaution for Loading Paper
(5-2)Set paper in the cassette
(6) Switching the cassette heater switch
(7) Connecting the Power Cord
(8) Setting up the Toner Container
(9) Default Setting
(9-1)Setting Date and Time
(9-2)Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection)
(9-3)Paper size and media type setting
(10) Installing Software
(11) Setup at high altitude
(12) Output Maintenance Report (Execute maintenance mode U000)
(13) Clearing the counts (Maintenance mode U927)
(14) Setting the delivery date (Maintenance mode U278)
(15) Exiting from the maintenance mode
(16) Completion of installing the main unit
2 – 3 Installing the optional devices
(1) Unpacking and checking bundled items
(1-1)Paper Feeder (PF-470) (Option)
(1-2)Paper Feeder (PF-471) (Option)
(1-3)Attachment kit (AK-470) (Option)
(1-4)500-sheet Finisher (DF-470) (Option)
(2) Optional unit installation
2 – 4 Installing the optional parts
(1) Expansion memory
(2) SD/SDHC memory card
(3) SSD (HD-6/HD-7)
(4) Card reader
(5) Handset (100V model only)
2 – 5 About Optional Applications
2 – 6 Initializing procedures after installing the FAX system

3) MACHINE DESIGN
3 – 1 Mechanical Configuration
(1) Cross-section view (CCD model)
(2) Cross-section view (CIS model)
3 – 2 Extension device construction (option)
(1) 500-sheet x1 Paper Feeder cross-section view (PF-470)
(2) 500-sheet x2 Paper Feeder cross-section view (PF-471)
(3) Attachment kit cross-section view (AK-470)
(4) 5000-sheet Finisher cross-section view (DF-470)
3 – 3 Electric parts
(1) Electric parts layout
(2) Descriptions about the major PWBs
(2-1)Main PWB
(2-2)Engine PWB
(2-3)High voltage PWB 1
(2-4)High voltage PWB 2
(2-5)IH PWB
(2-6)Low voltage PWB
(2-7)Operation panel main PWB
(2-8)DF PWB
(3) PWBs
(3-1)Layout
(3-2)Part name table (PWB)
(4) Sensors and Switches
(4-1)Layout
(4-2)Part name table (Sensors and Switches)
(5) Motors
(5-1)Layout
(5-2)Part name table (motor)
(6) Other parts
(6-1)Layout
(6-2)Part name table
3 – 4 Electric parts (Optional unit)
(1) Paper feeder (PF-470)
(1-1)Layout
(1-2)Part name table
(2) Paper feeder (PF-471)
(2-1)Layout
(2-2)Part name table
(3) Attachment kit (AK-470)
(3-1)Layout
(3-2)Part name table
(4) 500-sheet Finisher (DF-470)
(4-1)Layout
(4-2)Part name table
3 – 5 Drive system
(1) Drive configuration
(2) Drive location
(3) Drive unit exterior
(3-1)Feed drive unit
(3-2)Main drive unit
(3-3)Toner supply drive unit
(3-4)Fuser, Developer K/Primary transfer belt drive unit
3 – 6 Mechanical construction
(1) Paper feed section
(1-1)Cassette paper feed section
(1-2)MP paper feed section
(2) Optical section
(2-1)Image scanner unit (CIS model)
(2-2)Image scanner unit (CCD model)
(2-3)Laser scanner unit
(3) Developer section
(4) Drum section
(5) Transfer and separation section
(5-1)Primary transfer unit
(5-2)Secondary transfer roller section
(6) Fuser section
(7) Exit and feedshift section
(8) Duplex conveying section
(9) Document Processor
(9-1)Original paper feed section
(9-2)Original conveying section, original reversing and exit section
(9-3) Reversing duplex scanning
3 – 7 Mechanical construction (option)
(1) Paper feeder (PF-470)
(2) Paper feeder (PF-471)
(3) Attachment kit (AK-470)
(4) 500-sheet Finisher (DF-470)
(4-1)Finishing section
(4-2)Exit tray section
(4-3)Bundle exit operation

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) Executing the maintenance mode after replacing the maintenance kit
(2-1)Execute the following maintenance modes after replacing the maintenance kit
(2-2)Maintenance mode to execute after replacing the unit
4 – 3 Maintenance parts replacement procedures
(1) Cassette paper feed section
(1-1)Detaching and reattaching the feed unit
(1-2)Detaching and reattaching the regist cleaner
(2) MP feed section
(2-1)Detaching and reattaching the MP paper feed roller
(2-2)Detaching and reattaching the MP separation pulley
(3) Transfer and separation section
(3-1)Detaching and reattaching the primary transfer unit
(3-2)Detaching and reattaching the secondary transfer roller unit
(3-3)Detaching and reattaching the registration roller R
(4) Drum section
(4-1)Detaching and reattaching the drum unit
(4-2)Detaching and reattaching the main charge roller unit
(5) Developer section
(6) Fuser section
(7) Document Processor
(7-1)Detaching and reattaching the DP pickup pulley and DP paper feed roller
(7-2)Detaching and reattaching the DP separation pulley
4 – 4 Maintenance parts replacement procedures (option)
4 – 5 Disassembly and Reassembly procedures
(1) OUTER COVERS
(1-1)Detaching and reattaching the front cover
(1-2)Detaching and reattaching the control box cover
(1-3)Detaching and reattaching the rear cover
(1-4)Detaching and reattaching the inner tray
(1-5)Detaching and reattaching the MP tray
(1-6)Detaching and reattaching the right cover 1
(1-7)Detaching and attaching the language sheet
(1-8)Detaching and reattaching the DP front cover
(1-9)Detaching and reattaching the DP rear cover
(1-10)Detaching and reattaching the DP original tray
(2) Optical section
(2-1)Detaching and reattaching the LSU
(2-2)Detaching and reattaching the document processor
(2-3)Detaching and reattaching the image scanner unit (CCD model)
(2-4)Detaching and reattaching the image scanner unit (CIS model)
(3) PWBs
(3-1)Detaching and reattaching the main PWB
(3-2)Detaching and reattaching the engine PWB
(3-3)Detaching and reattaching the high-voltage PWB
(3-4)Detaching and reattaching the low-voltage PWB
(3-5)Detaching and reattaching the IH PWB
(3-6)Detaching and reattaching the operation panel PWB
(3-7)Detaching and reattaching the DP PWB
(4) Drive section
(4-1)Detaching and reattaching the feed drive unit
(4-2)Detaching and reattaching the conveying motor
(4-3)Detaching and reattaching the Fuser, Developer K/Primary transfer belt drive unit
(4-4)Detaching and reattaching the main drive unit
(5) Detaching and attaching the other parts
(5-1)Detaching and reattaching the IH fan motor
(5-2)Detaching and reattaching the image forming fan motor
(5-3)Detaching and reattaching the power source fan motor
(5-4)Fan motor attachment direction
4 – 6 Disassembly & Reassembly (option)
(1) Paper feeder (PF-470/PF-471)
(1-1)Detaching and reattaching the PF drive unit
(1-2)Detaching and reattaching the PF PWB
(2) Finisher (DF-470)
(2-1)Detaching and reattaching the DF front cover
(2-2)Detaching and reattaching the DF rear cover
(2-3)Aligning the phase of the upper and lower drive gears of the DF bundle eject belt
4 – 7 Periodical maintenance procedure (CH:Check CL:Clean AD:Adjust LU:Lubrication RE:Replace)
(1) Main unit
(2) Document Processor
(3) Paper Feeder (PF-470/471) (Option)
(4) Attachment Kit (AK-470) (Option)
(5) Finisher (DF-470) (Option)

5) FIRMWARE
5 – 1 Firmware update

6) MAINTENANCE MODE
6 – 1 Maintenance mode
(1) Executing the maintenance mode
(2) Maintenance modes list
6 – 2 Service mode
(1) Service mode execution method
(2) Service mode table

7) TROUBLESHOOTING
7 – 1 Image formation problems
(1) Isolate the place of image failure
(2) Scanner Factors (when scanning from DP)
(2-1) Abnormal image
(2-2) Background image is foggy
(2-3) Black dots
(2-4) Blurred characters
(2-5) Mismatch between the center of the original and the center of the copy image (Front side)
(2-6) Mismatch between the center of the original and the center of the copy image (Back side)
(2-7) Horizontal black streaks
(2-8) Vertical streaks or bands
(2-9) Regular difference of the leading edge on the original image and copy image (Front side)
(2-10) Regular difference of the leading edge on the original image and copy image (Back side)
(2-11) Vertical streaks, band (white)
(2-12)Moiré
(2-13)Missing entire image (White / Black)
(2-14)Image is dark partly or light
(2-15)Blurred image
(2-16)Image is missing partly
(2-17)Skewed image
(2-18)Entire image is light
(3) Scanner Factors (when scanning on the contact glass)
(3-1)Abnormal image
(3-2)Colored background
(3-3)Black dots
(3-4)Blurred characters
(3-5)Mismatch between the center of the original and the center of the copy image
(3-6)Horizontal black streaks
(3-7)Vertical streaks or bands
(3-8)Regular difference of the leading edge on the original image and copy image
(3-9)Vertical streaks, band (white)
(3-10)Moiré
(3-11)No image comes out (White or Black)
(3-12)Image is dark partly or light
(3-13)Blurred image
(3-14)Image is missing partly
(3-15)Skewed image
(3-16)Entire image is light
(4) Engine Factors (Paper conveying cause: Transfer, Fuser and Separation)
(4-1)Colored background
(4-2)Black spots, color spots (toner smudges)
(4-3)Image is missing partly (blank image, white spots)
(4-4)Blank image
(4-5)Mismatch between the center of the original and the center of the copy image
(4-6)Color shift in the main scanning direction
(4-7)Color shift in the sub scanning direction
(4-8)Dirty reverse side
(4-9)Entire image is light
(4-10)Horizontal streaks or band
(4-11)Vertical streaks or bands
(4-12)Irregular errors at the leading edge of the original image and the copy image
(variation of paper leading edge timing)
(4-13)Blurred characters
(4-14)Offset
(4-15)Color reproduction is poor
(4-16)Fusing failure
(4-17)Paper skew at the trailing edge
(4-18)Uneven transfer
(4-19)Blurred image
(5) Engine Factors (Image forming cause)
(5-1)Colored background
(5-2)Colored background
(5-3)Colored background
(5-4)Entire image is light
(5-5)Entire image is light
(5-6)Entire image is light
(5-7)Image is missing partly
(5-8)Blank image
(5-9)Toner dirt (Single color)
(5-10)Periodic toner dirt (Single color)
(5-11)No image comes out (Black)
(5-12)Regularly horizontal streaks or band
(5-13)Irregularly horizontal streaks or band
(5-14)Horizontal uneven density
(5-15)Offset
(5-16)Gradation reproducibility is low
(5-17)Blurred image
(5-18)Vertical streaks, band (black or color)
(5-19)Vertical uneven density
(5-20)Vertical streaks, band (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 from paper factor
(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
(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 from the factor of conveying roller, motor or clutch
(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
(2-2)Paper misfeed detection condition
(3) Jam Codes
(4) Other Feeding/Conveying Failures
(4-1)Paper creases (Fuser factor)
(4-2)Paper creases (Registration or Transfer factor)
7 – 3 Self Diagnostic
(1) Self diagnostic error codes
(1-1)Error codes list
(1-2)Content of Self Diagnostic
(2) System Error (Fxxxx) Outline
(2-1)System Error code list
(2-2)Content of System Error (Fxxxx) Outline
(2-3)System Error (Fxxxx) Outline
7 – 4 FAX Related Errors
(1) FAX Related Errors
(2) Communication Errors
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 paper direction is incorrect
(3) Paper is fed from the MP tray
(4) Garbled characters
(5) Paper is not fed from the MP tray
(6) The same data is repeatedly printed out
(7) PC window shows [Print job error], [Standby] or [Printer unavailable] is indicated
on the printer properties
(8) Attention lamp is lit while the printer standby message is indicated
(9) Print is not available in sleep mode due to the main unit startup error. Attention lamp is turned on
(10) Print stops after printing several pages and locks up. Attention lamp on operation panel lights
(11) Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (1)
(12) Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (2)
(13) Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (3)
(14) Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (4)
(15) Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (5)
(16) Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (6)
(17) Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (7)
(18) Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (1)
(19) Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (2)
(20) Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (3)
(21) Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (4)
(22) Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (5)
(23) Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (6)
(24) Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (7)
(25) The printed image is partly missing
(26) “Paper Mismatch Error” appears
7 – 7 Error Messages
7 – 8 Abnormal Noise
(1) Abnormal noise (Basic support)
(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) Fan rotating sounds are noisy
(7) Abnormal sound from the paper feed section
(8) Abnormal sound from the MP feed section
(9) Abnormal sound from 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 rear side of the main unit
7 – 9 Malfunction
(1) The size of paper set in the cassette is misdetected or not displayed
(2) The main unit malfunctions even if turning on the power switch
(3) No display in the operation panel
(4) The operation panel remains displaying “WELCOME” and does not change
(5) The login fails with other than the ID card

8) PWBs
8 – 1 Description for PWB
(1) Main PWB
(1-1)PWB photograph
(1-2)Connector position
(1-3)Connector lists
(2) Engine PWB
(2-1)PWB photograph
(2-2)Connector position
(2-3)Connector lists
(3) High voltage PWB 1
(3-1)PWB photograph
(3-2)Connector position
(3-3)Connector lists
(4) High voltage PWB 2
(4-1)PWB photograph
(4-2)Connector position
(4-3)Connector lists
(5) Low voltage PWB
(5-1)PWB photograph
(5-2)Connector position
(5-3)Connector lists
(6) Operation PWB
(6-1)PWB photograph
(6-2)Connector position
(6-3)Connector lists
(7) DP PWB
(7-1)PWB photograph
(7-2)Connector position
(7-3)Connector lists
8 – 2 Description for PWB (OPTION)
(1) PF PWB (PF-410/PF-471)
(1-1)Connector position
(1-2)Connector lists
(2) BR PWB (AK-470)
(2-1)Connector position
(2-2)Connector lists
(3) DF PWB (DF-470)
(3-1)Connector position
(3-2)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
(1) Engine(1/7)/HVU/IH
(2) Engine(2/7)/Main (1/4)/LSU (1 beam)
(3) Engine(2/7)/Main (1/4)/LSU(2 beams)
(4) Engine(3/7)/Drum/Developer
(5) Engine(4/7)/ISU/EH
(6) Engine(5/7, 6/7)/Main (2/4)/Fuser/IH/LVU
(7) Operation panel/LCD/Main PWB (3/4)
(8) Main (4/4)/ISU/Option
(9) Document Processor
9 – 5 Wiring diagram (Options)
(1) Paper feeder (PF-470/PF-471)
(2) Attachment Kit (AK-470)
(3) 500-sheet Finisher (DF-470)
9 – 6 Installation guide
(1) IB-50
(2) IB-51
(3) IB-36
(4) PF-470/PF-471
(5) AK-470/DF-470
(6) Fax System 13

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