Kyocera TASKalfa 3212i/4012i Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual Kyocera TASKalfa 3212i/4012i;
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Content for Service Manual:
1. SPECIFICATIONS
1 – 1 Specifications
(1) Common functions
(2) Copy Functions
(3) Printer Functions
(4) Scanner Functions
(5) Option
(5-1)Document Processor
(5-2)Paper Feeder (500-sheet – 2)
(5-3)Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet – 2)
(5-4)1,000-Sheet Finisher
(5-5)3,000-Sheet Finisher
(5-6)Punch Unit (For 1,000-Sheet/3,000-Sheet Finisher option)
(5-7)Mailbox (3,000-Sheet Finisher option)
(5-8)FAX System (FAX System 12)
1 – 2 Part Names
(1) The main unit (Front side)
(2) The main unit (Rear side)
(3) Operation Panel
1 – 3 Optional configuration

2. INSTALLATION
2 – 1 Environment
2 – 2 Unpacking and setting of the machine
(1) Default setting of the copy mode
(2) Optional unit installation
2 – 3 Installing the optional partst
(1) SD/SDHC memory card
(2) Hard Disk (HD-12): Except 120 V in 32 ppm model
(3) Installation of attaching Gigabit Ethernet extension kit
(4) Wireless LAN interface installation
(5) Wireless LAN interface (IB-35) : Except 120 V model
(6) Document table (DT-730(B))
(7) Numeric Keypad (NK-7100 / NK-7110)
(8) USB keyboard (Except 100V model)
(9) card reader installation
(10) Handset attaching
(10-1)When attaching the main unit directly
(10-2)In case installing the document table
2 – 4 About Optional Applications
2 – 5 Initializing procedures after installing the FAX system

3. MACHINE DESIGN
3 – 1 Mechanical Configuration
(1) Cross-section view
3 – 2 Electrical parts layout
(1) PWBs
(2) Switches and sensors
(3) Motors
(4) Others
3 – 3 Paper feed/conveying section
(1) Cassette paper feed section
(2) MP tray paper feed section
(3) Conveying section
3 – 4 Drum section
3 – 5 Developing section
3 – 6 Optical section
(1) Image scanner section
(2) Laser scanner section
3 – 7 Transfer/Separation section
3 – 8 Fuser section
3 – 9 Eject/Feedshift section
3 – 10 Duplex conveying 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) How to tell a genuine Kyocera toner container
4 – 2 Maintenance parts
(1) List of maintenance parts
(2) Maintenance kits
4 – 3 Periodic maintenance procedures
4 – 4 Maintenance parts replacement procedures
(1) Paper feed section
(1-1)Detaching and attaching the primary paper feed unit
(1-2)Detaching and attaching the MP paper feed roller and MP separation pad
(1-3)Detaching and attaching the registration cleaner
(2) Developer section
(2-1)Detaching and reattaching the developer unit
(3) Drum section
(3-1)Detaching and reattaching the drum unit
(3-2)Detaching and attaching the charger roller unit
(4) Transfer/Separation section
(4-1)Detaching and attaching the transfer roller unit
(5) Fuser section
(5-1)Detaching and attaching the fuser unit
4 – 5 Disassembly and Reassembly procedures
(1) Outer covers
(1-1)Detaching and attaching the front cover
(1-2)Detaching and attaching the rear upper cover
(1-3)Detaching and attaching the rear lower cover
(1-4)Detaching and attaching the inner tray
(1-5)Detaching and attaching the front upper cover
(1-6)Detaching and attaching the exit rear cover
(1-7)Detaching and refitting the exit rear cover
(2) Drive section
(2-1)Detaching and attaching the drive unit 1
(2-2)Detaching and attaching the drive unit 2
(2-3)Detaching and attaching the fuser press release motor assy
(3) Optical section
(3-1)Detaching and attaching the Laser Scanner Unit (LSU)
(3-2)Detaching and attaching the lens unit
(3-3)Detaching and attaching the lamp unit
(4) Detaching and reattaching the scanner wires
(4-1)Detaching the scanner wires
(4-2)Fitting the scanner wires
(5) PWBs
(5-1)Detaching and reattaching the main PWB
(5-2)Detaching and reattaching the engine PWB
(5-3)Detaching and reattaching the low voltage power source PWB
(5-4)Detaching and reattaching the high voltage PWB
(5-5)Detaching and reattaching the operation panel PWB 1
(6) Others
(6-1)Detaching and reattaching the SSD
(6-2)Detaching and attaching the MP tray
(6-3)Detaching and reattaching the conveying unit
(6-4)Detaching and reattaching the conveying fan motor
(6-5)Detaching and attaching the LSU fan motor
(6-6)Detaching and attaching the developer fan motor
(6-7)Detaching and attaching the power souce fan motor
(7) Direction of installing the principal fan motors

5. FIRMWARE
5 – 1 Firmware update

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

7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7 – 1 Image formation problems
(1) Isolate the place of image failure
(2) Scanner Factors (When scanning the front side through DP,
or scanning the back side through the mechanically reversed DP)
(2-1)Abnormal image
(2-2)Colored background
(2-3)Black or color spots
(2-4)Horizontal black streaks
(2-5)Vertical streaks, band (black or color)
(2-6)Vertical streaks, band (white)
(2-7)Missing entire image (White / Black)
(2-8)Blurred image
(2-9)Image is missing partly
(2-10)Entire image is light
(2-11)Mismatch between the original center line and output image center line (1st side)
(2-12)Mismatch between the original center line and output image center line (2nd side)
(2-13)Regular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and output image (1st side)
(2-14)Regular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and output image (2nd side)
(2-15)Skewed image
(2-16)Blurred characters
(2-17)Color shift
(2-18)Moir
(2-19)Image is dark partly or light
(3) Scanner Factors (When scanning the back side through DP)
(3-1)Abnormal image
(3-2)Colored background
(3-3)Black or color spots
(3-4)Horizontal black streaks
(3-5)Vertical streaks, band (black or color)
(3-6)Vertical streaks, band (white)
(3-7)Missing entire image (White / Black)
(3-8)Blurred image
(3-9)Image is missing partly
(3-10)Entire image is light
(3-11)Mismatch between the original center line and output image center line
(3-12)Regular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and output image
(3-13)Skewed image
(3-14)Color shift
(3-15)Moir
(3-16)Image is dark partly or light
(4) Scanner Factors (when scanning on the contact glass)
(4-1)Abnormal image
(4-2)Colored background
(4-3)Black dots
(4-4)Horizontal black streaks
(4-5)Vertical streaks, band (black or color)
(4-6)Vertical streaks, band (white)
(4-7)No image comes out (White or Black)
(4-8)Blurred image
(4-9)Image is missing partly
(4-10)Entire image is light
(4-11)Center of the original and output image is inconsistent
(4-12)Regular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and output image
(4-13)Skewed image
(4-14)Blurred characters
(4-15)Moir
(4-16)Image is dark partly or light
(5) Engine Factors (Paper conveying cause: Transfer, Fuser and Separation)
(5-1)Black dots (toner dirt)
(5-2)Horizontal streaks, band (White, black)
(5-3)Vertical streaks or bands
(5-4)Blank image
(5-5)Blurred image
(5-6)Image is missing partly (blank image, white spots)
(5-7)Entire image is light
(5-8)Center of the original and output image is inconsistent
(5-9)Irregular mismatch of the leading edge between the original and output image
(paper leading edge timing variation)
(5-10)Paper skew at the trailing edge
(5-11)Blurred characters
(5-12)Offset
(5-13)Uneven transfer
(5-14)Dirty reverse side
(5-15)Fusing failure
(5-16)Trailing image
(6) Engine Factors (Image forming cause)
(6-1)Background image is foggy
(6-2)Background image is foggy
(6-3)Background image is foggy
(6-4)No image comes out (Black)
(6-5)Blank image
(6-6)Image is missing partly
(6-7)Blurred image
(6-8)Entire image is light
(6-9)Entire image is light
(6-10)Entire image is light
(6-11)Periodic toner dirt
(6-12)Horizontal streaks, band (White, black)
(6-13)Vertical streaks and bands (black)
(6-14)Vertical streaks, band (white)
(6-15)Horizontal uneven density
(6-16)Vertical uneven density
(6-17)Offset
(6-18)Gradation reproducibility is low
(6-19)Trailing image
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
(3) Paper misfeed detection component
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
(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: PC FAX Image data transmission error
(1-5)C0920: FAX file system error
(1-6)The FAX cannot be sent
(1-7)The beep sounds when the copying or printing is finished
(1-8)When the data of the A3 or B4 size originals is transmitted, all of it is transmitted as the A4 size data
(2) FAX Error code
7 – 5 Send Related Errors
(1) Send
(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 Error Messages
(1) ‘Check the document processor’ is displayed
(2) ‘Error occurred in cassette X’ is displayed even after removing/inserting the cassette
and checking/removing paper remaining in the main unit (Cassette 1, 2)
(3) ‘Error occurred in cassette X’ is displayed even after removing/inserting the cassette
and checking/removing paper remaining in the main unit (Cassette 3, 4)
(4) ‘Error occurred in cassette X’ is displayed even after removing/inserting the cassette
and checking/removing paper remaining in the main unit (Cassette 3, 4)
(5) The cover open message appears after closing the front cover
(6) The cover open message remains after closing the front cover
(7) The add paper message appears while the paper is loaded on the MP tray
(8) When DP is used, [Remove the original from document processor] is wrongly displayed
7 – 7 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 – 8 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 PWB description
(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) Operation panel PWB 1
(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

9. APPENDIXES
9 – 1 Appendixes
(1) Repetitive defects gauge
9 – 2 Firmware environment commands
9 – 3 Chart of image adjustment procedures
9 – 4 Wiring diagram
9 – 5 Installation Guide
(1) DP-7100
(2) DP-7110
(3) DP-7120
(4) PF-791
(5) PF-810
(6) DF-791
(7) DF-7120
(8) AK-740
(9) MT-730
(10) PH-7A/C/D
(11) FAX System 12

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Content fost Parts List Manual:
FIG. 1 Covers 1
FIG. 2 Covers 2
FIG. 3 Frames 1
FIG. 4 Frames 2
FIG. 5 Frames 3
FIG. 6 Frames 4
FIG. 7 Frames 5
FIG. 8 Paper Cassette
FIG. 9 Paper Feed Section 1
FIG. 10 Paper Feed Section 2
FIG. 11 Paper Feed Section 3
FIG. 12 Paper Feed Section 4
FIG. 13 Paper Conveying Section 1
FIG. 14 Paper Conveying Section 2
FIG. 15 Paper Conveying Section 3
FIG. 16 Paper Conveying Section 4
FIG. 17 Scanner Section 1
FIG. 18 Scanner Section 2
FIG. 19 Laser Scanner Section
FIG. 20 Developer Section
FIG. 21 Image Formation Section
FIG. 22 Fuser Section
FIG. 23 Drive Section 1
FIG. 24 Drive Section 2
FIG. 25 Cooling Section
FIG. 26 Exit Section
FIG. 27 Inner Section
FIG. 28 Electrical Components 1
FIG. 29 Electrical Components 2
FIG. 30 Electrical Components 3
FIG. 31 Operation Section
FIG. 32 Wire Section 1
FIG. 33 Wire Section 2
FIG. 34 Wire Section 3
FIG. 35 Wire Section 4
FIG. 36 Wire Section 5
FIG. 37 Options 1
FIG. 38 Options 2
FIG. 39 Accessories
FIG. 40 Maintenance Kits
INDEX