Kyocera Ecosys P8060cdn Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual Kyocera Ecosys P8060cdn;
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
1 – 1 Detail Specifications
(1) Machine
(2) Option
(2-1)Paper Feeder
(2-2)Large Capacity Feeder
(2-3)Side Feeder
(2-4)1,000-Sheet Finisher
(2-5)4,000-Sheet Finisher
(2-6)Punch Unit (For 1,000-Sheet/4,000-Sheet Finisher)
(2-7)Mailbox (For 4,000-Sheet Finisher)
(2-8)Folding Unit (For 4,000-Sheet Finisher)
(2-9)Job Separator (JS) Tray
(2-10)Banner Tray
1 – 2 Part Names
(1) Machine
(1-1)Exterior
(1-2)With Optional Equipment Attached
(1-3)Operation Panel Keys
1 – 3 Option configuration
(1) Option
(1-1)MT-730(B) “Mailbox”
(1-2)DF-7110 “4000-Sheet Finisher”
(1-3)DF-7120 “1000-Sheet Finisher”
(1-4)BF-730 “Folding Unit”
(1-5)Paper Feeder (500-sheet x 2)
(1-6)PF-7110 “Large Capacity Feeder (1500-sheet x 2)”
(1-7)PF-7120 “Side Feeder (3000-sheet x 1)”
(1-8)Banner Guide 10 “Banner Tray”
(1-9)JS-7100 “Job Separator”
(1-10)PH-7A, PH-7C, PH-7D “Punch Unit”
(1-11)NK-7100, NK-7110 “Optional Numeric Keypad”
(1-12)IB-35 “Wireless Network Interface Kit”
(1-13)IB-50 “Network Interface Kit”
(1-14)IB-51 “Wireless Network Interface Kit”
(1-15)Card Authentication Kit(B) “Card Authentication Kit”
(1-16)Data Security Kit(E) “Data Security Kit”
(1-17)UG-33 “Thin Print Option”
(1-18)UG-34 “Emulation Upgrade Kit”
1 – 4 Module map

2. INSTALLATION
2 – 1 Environment
2 – 2 Installing the main unit
(1) Unpacking and checking bundled items (Main Unit)
(2) Notes on main unit transportation
(3) Release of lift plate stopper
(4) Attaching the sub tray
(5) Affixing the operation panel sheet (220-240V models only)
(6) Connecting the Interface Cable
(7) Loading Paper
(7-1)Precaution for Loading Paper
(7-2)Set paper in the cassette
(7-3)Loading Envelopes or Cardstock in the Cassettes
(7-4)Set paper in the large capacity feeder
(7-5)Set paper in the side feeder
(8) Connecting the Power Cord
(9) Setting up the Toner Container
(10) Default Setting
(10-1)Setting Date and Time
(10-2)Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection)
(10-3)Paper size and media type setting
(11) Installing Software
(12) Setup setting at high altitude place
(13) Image adjustment
(13-1)Setting the ID correction operation (Maintenance mode U464)
(13-2)Color registration adjustment (Maintenance mode U469)
(13-3)Output Maintenance report (Execute maintenance mode U000)
(13-4)Clearing the counts (Execute maintenance mode U927)
(13-5)Setting the delivery date (Execute maintenance mode U278)
(14) Exiting from the maintenance mode
(15) Completion of installing the main unit (Turning the power off)
(16) Turn the power on again
2 – 3 Optional unit installation
(1) Unpacking and checking bundled items(Enhancement devices)
(1-1)Paper Feeder (PF-7100)
(1-2)Large Capacity Feeder (PF-7110)
(1-3)Side Feeder (PF-7120)
(1-4)1000-sheet Finisher (DF-7120)
(1-5)4,000-sheet Finisher (DF-7110)
(1-6)Mailbox (MT-730(B))
(1-7)Folding unit (BF-730)
(1-8)Punch unit (PH-7B)
(2) Note when transporting the optional devices
(3) Optional unit installation
2 – 4 Installing the optional equipment
(1) SD/SDHC memory card
(2) Gigabit Ethernet extension kit (IB-50)
(3) Wireless LAN interface (IB-51)
(4) Wireless LAN interface (IB-35)
(5) Numeric Keypad (NK-7100 / NK-7110)
(6) ID card reader
(7) Cassette heater
(7-1)In the case of main unit cassette
(7-2)In case of Paper Feeder (PF-7100)
(7-3)In case of large capacity Feeder (PF-7110)
(7-4)In case of Side Paper Feeder (PF-7120)
(8) Banner Tray
2 – 5 About Optional Applications

3. MACHINE DESIGN
3 – 1 Mechanical Configuration
(1) Cross-section view
3 – 2 Extension device construction (option)
(1) Paper feeder cross-section view (PF-7100)
(2) Large capacity feeder cross-section view (PF-7110)
(3) Side feeder cross-section view (PF-7120)
(4) Attachment kit cross-section view (AK-7100)
(5) 4,000-sheet Finisher cross-section view (DF-7120)
(6) 1000-sheet Finisher cross-section view (DF-7120)
(7) Mailbox cross-section view (MT-730(B))
(8) Folding unit cross-section view (BF-730)
(9) Job separator cross-section view (JS-7100)
3 – 3 Paper conveying and Paper detection
(1) Machine + PF-7100
(2) Machine + PF-7110 + PF-7120 + AK-7100 + DF-7110 + MT-730(B) + BF-730 + PH-7
(3) Machine + PF-7110 + AK-7100 + DF-7120 + PH-7
3 – 4 Electric parts
(1) Wire connection
(1-1)(Machine rear side)
(1-2)Backside of the shield box
(2) Descriptions about the major PWBs
(2-1)Main PWB
(2-2)Engine PWB
(2-3)Main high-voltage PWB
(2-4)Transfer high-voltage PWB
(2-5)Low power voltage PEB
(2-6)IH PWB
(2-7)Operation panel main PWB
(2-8)Fuser high voltage PWB
(3) Electric parts layout
(3-1)PWBs
(3-2)Part name table (PWB)
(3-3)Sensors and Switches
(3-4)Part name table (Sensors and Switches)
(3-5)Motors
(3-6)Part name table (motor)
(3-7)Others
(3-8)Part name table (other)
3 – 5 Electric parts (Optional unit)
(1) Electric parts layout
(1-1)Paper feeder (PF-7100)
(1-2)Large capacity feeder (PF-7110)
(1-3)Side feeder (PF-7120)
(1-4)Attachment kit (AK-7100)
(1-5)4000-sheet Finisher cross-section view (DF-7110)
(1-6)1000-sheet Finisher cross-section view (DF-7120)
(1-7)Mailbox (MT-730(B))
(1-8)Punch unit (PH-7)
(1-9)Folding unit (BF-730)
(1-10)Job separator (JS-7100)
3 – 6 Drive system
(1) Consisting of unit drive
(2) Drive location
(3) Drive unit
(3-1)Feed drive unit
(3-2)Main drive unit
(3-3)Toner supply drive unit
(3-4)Fuser drive unit
3 – 7 Mechanical construction
(1) Paper feed and conveying section
(1-1)Cassette feed section
(1-2)MP tray paper feed section
(1-3)Paper conveying section
(1-4)Laser scanner unit
(2) Developer section
(2-1)Developer unit
(3) Drum section
(3-1)Main charger unit
(3-2)Cleaning
(4) Transfer and separation section
(4-1)Primary transfer unit
(4-2)Secondary transfer roller unit
(5) Fuser section
(5-1)Fuser unit
(6) Exit feedshift section
(6-1)Exit unit
(6-2)Exit paper jam
(7) Duplex conveying section
(7-1)Duplex conveying unit
3 – 8 Mechanical construction (option)
(1) Paper feeder (PF-7100)
(1-1)Cassette feed section
(2) Large capacity feeder (PF-7110)
(2-1)Cassette section
(3) Side feeder (PF-7120)
(3-1)Cassette feed section
(4) 4000-sheet Finisher (DF-7110)
(4-1)Paper entry and feedshift and DF tray B exit section
(4-2)Feedshift operation to the DF tray B or finishing section
(4-3)Finishing section
(4-4)Relief drum operation
(4-5)Bundle exit operation
(5) 1000-sheet Finisher (DF-7120)
(5-1)Finishing section
(5-2)Bundle exit operation
(6) Mailbox (MT-5100)
(6-1)Operation of output to the mailbox tray
(7) Punch unit (PH-7)
(8) Folding unit (BF-730)
(8-1)Paper folding operation (Center-folding, Tri-folding)
(8-2)Tri-folding position adjustment for the folding unit

4. MAINTENANCE
4 – 1 Precautions for the maintenance
(1) Precautions
(2) Storage and handling of the drum
(3) Storage of the toner container
4 – 2 Maintenance parts
(1) Maintenance kits (For main unit)
(2) Executing the maintenance mode after replacing the maintenance kit
4 – 3 Maintenance parts replacement procedures
(1) Cassette feed section
(1-1)Detaching and attaching the retard roller, the pickup roller and the feed roller
(1-2)Detaching and reattaching the regist cleaner
(2) MP tray feed section
(2-1)Detaching and reattaching the MP feed roller
(2-2)Detaching and reattaching the MP retard roller
(3) Transfer section
(3-1)Detaching and reattaching the primary transfer unit
(3-2)Detaching and reattaching the secondary transfer unit
(3-3)Detaching and reattaching the secondary transfer roller
(4) Drum section
(4-1)Detaching and reattaching the drum unit
(4-2)Detaching and reattaching the main charge roller unit
(5) Developer section
(5-1)Detaching and reattaching the developer unit
(6) Fuser section
(6-1)Detaching and reattaching the fuser unit
(6-2)Adjusting the fuser unit height (Trailing edge skew image adjustment)
(7) Others
(7-1)Detaching and reattaching the filter
4 – 4 Maintenance parts replacement procedures (option)
(1) Paper Feeder (PF-7100)
(1-1)Detaching and attaching the PF retard roller, PF pickup roller and PF feed roller
(2) Large Capacity Feeder (PF-7110)
(2-1)Detaching and attaching the PF retard roller, PF pickup roller and PF feed roller
(3) Side Feeder (PF-7120)
(3-1)Detaching and reattaching the PF pickup roller and PF feed roller
(3-2)Detaching and reattaching the PF retard roller
4 – 5 Adjustment procedures after replacing the maintenance kit
4 – 6 Disassembly and Reassembly procedures
(1) Exterior cover
(1-1)Detaching and reattaching the front cover
(1-2)Detaching and reattaching the front cover for maintenance
(1-3)Detaching and reattaching the inner cover
(1-4)Rear top cover
(1-5)Detaching and reattaching the rear bottom cover
(1-6)Detaching and attaching the upper left cover/upper rear cover/rear left cover/lower left cover
(1-7)Detaching and reattaching the rear right top cover / rear right bottom cover
(1-8)Detaching and reattaching the right cover Assy
(2) Optical section
(2-1)Detaching and reattaching the LSU
(3) Drive section
(3-1)Detaching and reattaching the feed drive unit
(3-2)Detaching and attaching the main drive unit
(3-3)Detaching and reattaching the container motor
(3-4)Detaching and reattaching the toner supply drive unit
(3-5)Detaching and reattaching the fuser drive unit
(4) Others
(4-1)Detaching and reattaching the SSD
(4-2)Detaching and attaching the HDD
(4-3)Detaching and reattaching the lift motor
(4-4)Detaching and reattaching the fuser discharger unit
(4-5)Detaching and reattaching the exit unit
(4-6)Detaching and attaching the waste toner box unit
(4-7)Fan motor attachment direction
(5) PWBs
(5-1)Detaching and attaching the engine PWB
(5-2)Detaching and reattaching the main PWB
(5-3)Detaching and attaching the main high voltage PWB
(5-4)Detaching and reattaching the transfer high voltage PWB
(5-5)Detaching and attaching the low voltage PWB
(5-6)Detaching and reattaching the IH PWB
(5-7)Detaching and reattaching the operation panel PWB
4 – 7 Disassembly and Reassembly procedures (Option)
(1) Paper Feeder (PF-7100)
(1-1)Detaching and reattaching the PF drive unit
(1-2)Detaching and reattaching the PF lift motor
(1-3)Detaching and reattaching the PF PWB
(2) Large Capacity Feeder (PF-7110)
(2-1)Detaching and reattaching the PF drive unit
(2-2)Detaching and reattaching the PF lift motor
(2-3)Detaching and reattaching the PF PWB
(3) Side Feeder (PF-7120)
(3-1)Detaching and reattaching the PF drive unit
(3-2)Detaching and reattaching the PF lift motor
(3-3)Detaching and reattaching the PF PWB
(4) 1000-sheet Finisher (DF-7120)
(4-1)Detaching and reattaching the DF staple unit
(4-2)Detaching and reattaching the DP PWB
(5) 4,000-sheet Finisher (DF-7110)
(5-1)Detaching and reattaching the DF staple unit
(5-2)Detaching and reattaching the DP PWB
4 – 8 Periodical maintenance procedure
(1) Main unit
(2) Option
(2-1)PF-7100
(2-2)PF-7110
(2-3)PF-7120
(2-4)AK-7100
(2-5)DF-7110
(2-6)DF-7120

5. FIRMWARE
5 – 1 Firmware update

6. MAINTENANCE MODE
6 – 1 Maintenance mode
(1) Executing method of the maintenance mode
(2) Maintenance modes list
(2-1)Content of the maintenance mode

7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7 – 1 Image formation problems
(1) Paper conveying cause: Transfer, Fuser and Separation
(1-1)Colored background
(1-2)Black spots, color spots (toner smudges)
(1-3)Image is missing partly (blank image, white spots)
(1-4)Blank image
(1-5)Color shift in the main scanning direction
(1-6)Color shift in the sub scanning direction
(1-7)Dirty reverse side
(1-8)Entire image is light
(1-9)Horizontal streaks or band (White, black, color)
(1-10)Blurred characters
(1-11)Offset
(1-12)Color reproduction is poor
(1-13)Fusing failure
(1-14)Paper skew at the trailing edge
(1-15)Uneven transfer
(1-16)Blurred image
(1-17)Vertical streaks, bands (mixed colors)
(1-18)Image is missing partly
(2) Image forming cause
(2-1)Colored background
(2-2)Colored background
(2-3)Colored background
(2-4)Entire image is light
(2-5)Entire image is light
(2-6)Entire image is light
(2-7)Blank image
(2-8)Toner dirt (Single color)
(2-9)Periodic toner dirt (Single color)
(2-10)No image comes out (Black)
(2-11)Horizontal streaks, band (White, black)
(2-12)Irregular horizontal white streaks, white spots
(2-13)Horizontal uneven density
(2-14)Image is missing partly
(2-15)Offset
(2-16)Gradation reproducibility is low
(2-17)Blurred image
(2-18)Light vertical black streaks at both edge of paper which is outside of the image area
(2-19)Vertical streaks, bands (single color)
(2-20)Vertical uneven density
(2-21)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 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 or the paper deck
(1-6)Paper jam due to the inferior paper
(1-7)Paper jam due to the conveying rollers or 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.)
(1-12)Vertical streaks, band (white)
(2) Paper misfeed detection
(2-1)Paper misfeed indication
(2-2)Paper misfeed detection condition
(3) JAM Code
(4) Other Feeding/Conveying Failures
(4-1)Paper creases (Fuser factor)
(4-2)Paper creases (Registration or Transfer factor)
(4-3)Dog-ear
7 – 3 Self diagnostic
(1) Service call error codes
(2) System Error (Fxxxx) Code
(3) System Error (Fxxxx) Outline
7 – 4 Print Errors
(1) Print Errors Outline
(2) Content of Print Errors
(2-1)The paper loading message appears
(2-2)The data is output with color from Excel even if the monochrome mode is set
(2-3)Color tone differs with the printed photo
(2-4)The paper direction is incorrect
(2-5)Paper is fed from the MP tray
(2-6)Garbled characters
(2-7)Data is output with monochrome
(2-8)Paper is not fed from the MP tray
(2-9)The same data is repeatedly printed out
(2-10)PC window shows [Print job error], [Standby] or [Printer unavailable] is indicated on the printer properties
(2-11)Processing and Memory lamps are lit while the printer standby message is indicated
(2-12)Data is not printed out in Sleep mode due to the main unit startup error Processing/Memory lamp is
turned on (2-13)Print stops after printing several pages and locks up Processing and Memory lamps on operation panel are lit
(2-14)Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (1)
(2-15)Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (2)
(2-16)Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (3)
(2-17)Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (4)
(2-18)Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (5)
(2-19)Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (6)
(2-20)Print output is unavailable due to the network factor (7)
(2-21)Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (1)
(2-22)Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (2)
(2-23)Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (3)
(2-24)Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (4)
(2-25)Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (5)
(2-26)Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (6)
(2-27)Data is not printed out due to the printer driver setting (7)
(2-28)The printed image is partly missing
(2-29)”Paper Mismatch Error” appears
7 – 5 Error Messages
(1) Error Messages Outline
(2) Content of Error Messages
(2-1)[The error occurred in the cassette X] is displayed (Cassette 1, 2) even after removing/inserting the
cassette and checking/removing paper remaining in the main unit
(2-2)[The error occurred in the cassette X] is displayed (Cassette 3, 4) even after removing/inserting the
cassette and checking/removing paper remaining in the main unit
(2-3)The cover open message appears after closing the front cover
(2-4)The cover open message appears after closing the right cover or the maintenance front cover
(2-5)The add paper message appears while the paper is loaded on the MP tray
(2-6)The message [Waste toner box is full] is wrongly displayed
(2-7)When turning on the power, the display [Network device is running] does not disappear
7 – 6 Abnormal Noise
(1) Abnormal Noise Outline
(2) Content of Abnormal Noise
(2-1)Abnormal noise (Basic support)
(2-2)Abnormal sounds from the paper conveying section
(2-3)Abnormal sound from the developer section
(2-4)Abnormal sound from the eject section
(2-5)Fan rotating sounds are noisy
(2-6)Abnormal sound from the primary paper feed section
(2-7)Abnormal sound from the machine front side
(2-8)Abnormal sound from the lower side than the fuser eject section
(2-9)Abnormal sound from the upper side of the fuser eject section
(2-10)Abnormal sound from the fuser section
(2-11)Abnormal sound from inside the machine
(2-12)Abnormal sound from inside the machine
(2-13)Abnormal sound from inside the machine
(2-14)Abnormal sound from inside the machine (jumping sounds)
(2-15)The drive sounds are noisy during printing
(2-16)The metallic sound from the PF horizontal conveying section (Squeak sound)
(2-17)Abnormal sound when driving the transfer belt (Tooth jumping sounds)
(2-18)Abnormal sound from rear side of the main unit
7 – 7 Malfunction
(1) The size of paper set in the cassette is misdetected or not displayed
(2) The MP tray paper size is misdetected
(3) The controller fan motor does not rotate
(4) The developer fan motor does not rotate
(5) The main unit malfunctions even if turning on the power switch
(6) Toner falls over the paper conveying section
(7) No display in the operation panel
(8) The operation panel remains displaying “WELCOME” and does not change
(9) The operation panel remains displaying [Network device is starting]
(10) The operation panel remains displaying [There is no waste toner box]
(11) The operation panel remains displaying [Close the waste toner box cover]
7 – 8 Others
(1) Alignment for affixing PARTS SHEET DECK FEED SP (For PF-7110)
7 – 9 Connector troubleshooting

8. PWBs
8 – 1 PWB description
(1) Main PWB
(1-1)Connector position
(1-2)PWB photograph
(2) Engine PWB
(2-1)Connector position
(2-2)PWB photograph
(3) Feed image PWB
(3-1)Connector position
(3-2)PWB photograph
(4) Feed Drive PWB
(4-1)Connector position
(4-2)PWB photograph
(5) Drum/Developer relay PWB
(5-1)Connector position
(5-2)PWB photograph
(6) Main high voltage PWB
(6-1)Connector position
(6-2)PWB photograph
(7) Transfer high voltage PWB
(7-1)Connector position
(7-2)PWB photograph
(8) LVU
(8-1)Connector position
(8-2)PWB photograph
(9) Operation panel main PWB
(9-1)Connector position
(9-2)PWB photograph
(10) IH PWB
(10-1)Connector position
(10-2)PWB photograph
(11) Fuser high voltage PWB
(11-1)Connector position
(11-2)PWB photograph
8 – 2 PWB description (Option)
(1) PF PWB (PF-7100)
(1-1)Connector position
(1-2)PWB photograph
(2) PF PWB (PF-7110)
(2-1)Connector position
(2-2)PWB photograph
(3) PF PWB (PF-7120)
(3-1)Connector position
(3-2)PWB photograph
(4) DF PWB (DF-7110)
(4-1)Connector position
(4-2)PWB photograph
(5) MT PWB
(5-1)Connector position
(6) BF PWB
(6-1)Connector position
(7) PH PWB (PH-7)
(7-1)Connector position
(7-2)PWB photograph
(8) DF PWB (DF-7120)
(8-1)Connector position
(8-2)PWB photograph

9. APPENDIXES
9 – 1 Repetitive defects gauge
9 – 2 Environmental command
9 – 3 Image adjustment procedure chart
9 – 4 Wiring diagram
(1) Engine PWB/Feed drive PWB
(2) Laser Scanner
(3) Feed image PWB (Front side)
(4) Feed image PWB (Rear side)
(5) Feed Drive PWB
(6) Drum/developer relay PWB
(7) Low voltage power supply PWB / High voltage PWB
(8) Fuser PWB
(9) Operation panel PWB / Main PWB
9 – 5 Wiring diagram (Options connection)
(1) Paper feeder connection
(2) Conveying unit / Document finisher connection
(3) Other Options connection
9 – 6 Wiring diagram (Options)
(1) Feeder (PF-7100) wiring diagram
(2) Large Capacity Feeder (PF-7110) wiring diagram
(3) Side Feeder (PF-7120) wiring diagram
(4) Finisher (DF-7110) wiring diagram
(5) Mailbox (MT-730(B)) wiring diagram: DF-7110 only
(6) Booklet folder (BF-730) wiring diagram: DF-7110 only
(7) Punch unit (PH-7) wiring diagram: DF-7110/7120 only
(8) Finisher (DF-7120) wiring diagram
9 – 7 Installation Guide
(1) PF-7100
(2) PF-7110
(3) PF-7120
(4) DF-7110
(5) DF-7120
(6) AK-7100
(7) MT-730(B)
(8) BF-730
(9) PH-7 A/B/C/D
(10) JS-7100

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Content for Parts List Manual:
FIG. 1 Covers 1
FIG. 2 Covers 2 (PRINTER)
FIG. 3 Covers 3
FIG. 4 Covers 4
FIG. 5 Frame Front (25ppm/32ppm/35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 5 Frame Front (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 6 Frame Base
FIG. 7 Frame Top
FIG. 8 Frame Right
FIG. 9 Paper Cassette 1
FIG. 10 Paper Cassette 2
FIG. 11 Paper Feed Section 1
FIG. 12 Paper Feed Section 2
FIG. 13 Paper Feed Section 3
FIG. 14 Paper Conveying Section 1
FIG. 15 Paper Conveying Section 2
FIG. 16 Paper Conveying Section 3
FIG. 17 Paper Conveying Section 4
FIG. 18 Paper Conveying Section 5
FIG. 19 Paper Conveying Section 6
FIG. 20 Paper Conveying Section 7
FIG. 21 Scanner Section 1 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 22 Scanner Section 2 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 23 Scanner Section 1 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 24 Scanner Section 2 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 25 Laser Scanner Section
FIG. 26 Developer Section
FIG. 27 Image Formation Section
FIG. 28 Transfer Section
FIG. 29 Fuser Section
FIG. 30 Exit Section 1
FIG. 31 Exit Section 2
FIG. 32 Drive Section 1 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 32 Drive Section 1 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 32 Drive Section 1 (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 33 Drive Section 2
FIG. 34 Drive Section 3
FIG. 35 Drive Section 4
FIG. 36 Operation Section
FIG. 37 Electrical Components 1
FIG. 38 Electrical Components 2
FIG. 39 Electrical Components 3
FIG. 40 Wire Sections 1 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 41 Wire Sections 2 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 42 Wire Sections 3 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 43 Wire Sections 4 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 44 Wire Sections 5 (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 45 Wire Sections 6 (25ppm/32ppm,40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 46 Wire Sections 7 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 47 Wire Sections 8 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 48 Wire Sections 9 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 49 Wire Sections 10 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 50 Wire Sections 11 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm,25ppm/32ppm,40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m)/60ppm(A))
FIG. 51 Wire Sections 12 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 52 Wire Sections 13 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 53 Wire Sections 14 (25ppm/32ppm, 35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A)))
FIG. 54 Wire Sections 15 (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 55 Wire Sections 16 (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 56 Wire Sections 17 (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 57 Wire Sections 18 (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 58 Wire Sections 19 (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 59 Wire Sections 20 (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 60 Wire Sections 21 (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
FIG. 61 Wire Sections 22
FIG. 62 Wire Sections 23
FIG. 63 Options 1
FIG. 64 Options 2
FIG. 65 Options 3
FIG. 66 Accessories
FIG. 67 Maintenance Kits (25ppm/32ppm)
FIG. 68 Maintenance Kits (35ppm/40ppm/50ppm/60ppm/60ppm(A))
FIG. 69 Maintenance Kits (40ppm(m)/50ppm(m)/60ppm(m))
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