Lexmark CS310n, CS310dn, CS410n, CS410dn, CS510de, CS510dte, C2132 – Service Manual & Parts List

Service Manual & Parts List Lexmark CS310n, CS310dn, CS410n, CS410dn, CS510de, CS510dte, C2132;
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
Edition notice
Notices and safety information
Laser notices
Safety information

PREFACE
Service manual conventions
Change history

GENERAL INFORMATION
Media guidelines
Paper guidelines
Supported paper sizes, types, and weights
Supported paper sizes
Supported paper types and weights
Using recycled paper and other office papers
Data security notice
Tools required for service

DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION
Troubleshooting overview
Performing the initial troubleshooting check
Power-on Reset (POR) sequence
Using Safe Mode
Fixing print quality issues
Initial print quality check
Toner smear check
Background or toner fog check
Blank pages check
Blurred or fuzzy print check
Half-color page check
Horizontal banding check
Horizontal line check
Missing image at edge check
Toner specks check
Narrow vertical line check
Random marks check
Residual image check
Solid color pages check
Vertical banding check
Light print on solids check
Color problems check
Paper jams
Avoiding jams
Understanding jam messages and locations
200 paper jams
202 paper jams
23y paper jams
24y paper jams
25y paper jams
Understanding printer messages
Understanding the printer messages
Printer hardware errors
110 errors
121 errors
126 errors
133 errors
141 errors
147 errors
171 errors
Steps before starting the 9yy service checks
900 errors
91y errors
938 errors
95y errors
96y errors
97y errors
982 errors
990 errors
Base printer symptoms
Bin-full/narrow media sensor service check
Toner meter cycle (TMC) card service check
Dead printer service check
Front door sensor or switches service check
Operator panel (display is dim and unchanging) service check
Operator panel (displays all diamonds, no beeps, or five beeps) service check
Operator panel (display blank) service check
Operator panel (one or more operator panel buttons fail) service check
Operator panel USB cable service check
USB service check
Network service check
Input option hardware errors
550-sheet and 650-sheet trays input option symptoms
Tray (x) sensor service check
Option and media size not recognized service check
Double feed and printout skewed service check
Failed to load/feed from multipurpose feeder service check
Failed to feed from option tray and leading edge damaged service check
Tray 2 or tray 3 not detected service check
Tray 2 or tray 3 missing service check
Tray 2 or tray 3 empty service check
Incompatible tray 3 service check

SERVICE MENUS
Understanding the printer control panel
Using the printer control panel
Understanding the colors of the indicator light and Sleep button lights
Diagnostics menu
Entering diagnostics mode
REGISTRATION
Skew
Quick Test
Alignment Menu
MISC TESTS
PRINT TESTS
Feed Tests
Print quality test pages
HARDWARE TESTS
DUPLEX TESTS
INPUT TRAY TESTS
BASE SENSOR TEST
DEVICE TESTS
PRINTER SETUP
EP SETUP
TPS Setup: Right or Left
TPS Setup: Reset Color Cal
TPS Setup: Cal Ref Adj
REPORTS
EVENT LOG
Exit Diagnostics
Configuration menu
Entering configuration mode
Print Quality Pages
Fuser Cleaning Process
Reports
Color Trapping
Tray Insert Msg
Panel Menus
PPDS Emulation
Download emuls
Safe Mode
Demo Mode
Energy Conserve
Auto Color Adjustment
Auto Align Adj
Color Alignment
Paper Prompts
Envelope Prompts
Action for prompts
Jobs on Disk
Disk Encryption
Font Sharpening
Require Standby
UI Automation
LES Applications
Key Repeat Initial Delay
Key Repeat Rate
Clear Supply Usage History
Clear Custom Status
USB Speed
Automatically Display Error Screens
USB PnP
Restore Factory Defaults
ADF Edge Erase
Size sensing
Factory Defaults
Exit Config
Entering invalid engine mode
Entering recovery mode
Accessing the Network SE menu
Accessing the service engineer (SE) menu

REPAIR INFORMATION
Removal precautions
Data security notice
Handling ESD-sensitive parts
Controller board/control panel replacement
Restoring the printer configuration after replacing the controller board
Restoring solutions, licenses, and configuration settings
Updating the printer firmware
Backing up eSF solutions and settings
Ribbon cable connectors
Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) connectors
Horizontal top contact connector
Horizontal bottom contact connector
Vertical mount contact connector
Horizontal sliding contact connector
Low Insertion Force (LIF) connector
Removal procedures
Left side removals
Left cover assembly removal
Drive unit motor removal
EP drive assembly removal
Low-voltage power supply (LVPS) assembly removal
Fuser exit sensor removal
Bin-full/narrow media sensor flag removal
Speaker removal
Right side removals
Right cover assembly removal
Toner supply door removal
Fuser drive motor assembly removal
Toner meter cycle (TMC) card removal
Toner density sensor (TDS) (left or right sensor) removal
Developer unit removal
High-voltage power supply (HVPS) removal
Image transfer unit (ITU) removal
Imaging unit (IU) removal
Toner cartridge contacts removal
Waste toner bottle removal
Waste toner bottle contact block removal
Front removals
Front cover assembly removal
Operator panel bezel removal
Operator panel removal (for CS310 models only)
Operator panel removal (for CS410 models only)
Operator panel removal (for CS510 models only)
Operator panel logo plate removal
USB port connector removal
Duplex reference edge removal
Fuser assembly removal
Exit deflector removal
Right output bin deflector removal
Bottom removals
Pick tires removal
Lower left frame removal
Lower right frame removal
Duplex sensor removal
Tray present sensor removal
Paper pick motor drive assembly standard tray removal
Rear side removals
Rear cover removal
Controller board removal
Top side removals
Top cover assembly removal
Bin-full/narrow media sensor removal
Printhead removal
Options removals
650-sheet duo drawer tray assembly removal
650-sheet duo drawer assembly removal
Dust cover removal
Pick tire removal

COMPONENT LOCATIONS
Controller board connectors
Maintenance
Inspection guide
Scheduled maintenance
Maintenance kits
Preventive maintenance
Device-specific preventive maintenance
Lubrication specification
Cleaning the printer
Cleaning the exterior of the printer
Cleaning the printhead lenses

PARTS CATALOG
Legend
Assembly 1: Covers
Assembly 2: Frames
Assembly 3: Electronics
Assembly 4: Cables and sensors
Assembly 5: Media drawers and trays
Assembly 6: Options and miscellaneous

Appendix A: PRINTER SPECIFICATIONS
Power specifications
Electrical specifications
Operating clearances
Acoustics
Environment
Processor

Appendix B: OPTIONS AND FEATURES
Available internal options
Media handling options
Option configurations

Appendix C: THEORY OF OPERATION
Paper path and transport components
Paper path information
Transport components
Bubble sensors
Duplexing
Print engine theory
Electrophotographic process (EP process)
Electrophotographic process basics
Color theory
Color theory

Appendix D: ACRONYMS
Acronyms

Appendix E: SCREW AND RETAINER IDENTIFICATION TABLE
Screw and retainer identification table
Index
Part number index
Part name index

Number of pages: 377.