Lexmark MS410 M1140 Service Manual & Parts List (Edition September 30, 2016)

Service Manual & Parts List Lexmark MS410 M1140 (Edition September 30, 2016);
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Product information
Edition notice
Notices and safety information
Laser notices
Service manual conventions

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

Troubleshooting overview
Performing the initial troubleshooting check
Power-on Reset (POR) sequence
Understanding the printer messages
Cartridge, imaging unit mismatch [41.xy]
Change [paper source] to [custom type name]. Load [orientation]
Change [paper source] to [custom string]. Load [orientation]
Change [paper source] to [paper size]. Load [orientation]
Change [paper source] to [paper type] [paper size]. Load [orientation]
Close front door
Complex page may misprint [39]
Defective flash memory [51]
Insert tray [x]
Load [paper source] with [custom type name] [orientation]
Load [paper source] with [custom string] [orientation]
Load [paper source] with [paper size] [orientation]
Load [paper source] with [paper type] [paper size] [orientation]
Load MP feeder with [custom type name] [orientation]
Load MP feeder with [custom string] [orientation]
Load MP feeder with [paper size] [orientation]
Load MP feeder with [paper type] [paper size] [orientation]
Non-Lexmark [supply type], see User’s Guide [33.xy]
Printer restart. Check last job
Bin full. Remove paper
Parallel port disabled [56]
Rear USB port disabled [56]
Too many trays. Remove some. [58]
Flash memory unformatted [53]
Fixing print quality issues
Initial print quality check
Print quality checks
Paper jams
Avoiding jams
Understanding jam messages and locations
200 paper jams
201 paper jams
202 paper jams
230 paper jams
240 paper jams
250 paper jams
User attendance messages (0-99.99)
User attendance messages (0-99.99)
Toner cartridge smart chip contact service check
Imaging unit smart chip contact service check
Media size mismatch service check
Printer/cartridge mismatch service check
Insufficient memory service check
Printer hardware errors
1xx error messages
111.xx LSU service check
Fuser service check
LVPS service check
Toner density sensor service check
CTLS service check
Main drive gearbox service check
Cartridge gearbox service check
9xx error messages
System software error service check
NVRAM mismatch failure service check
Input option errors
3xx error messages
Option tray pick/lift motor service check
Option tray separator/passthrough motor service check
Option tray ACM motor service check
Option tray controller card service check
Base printer symptoms
Cooling fan service check
Dead machine service check
Controller board service check
Control panel button service check
Control panel service check
Toner starvation service check
USB print service check
Network service check

Understanding the control panel and menus
Using the printer control panel
Understanding the colors of the indicator and Sleep button lights
Menus list
Diagnostics menu
Entering the Diagnostics menu
Print Tests
Print Quality Pages
Hardware Tests
Duplex Tests
Input Tray Tests
Output Bin Tests
Base Sensor Test
Device Tests
Printer Setup
EP Setup
Event Log
Configuration menu
Entering the Configuration menu
Prt Quality Pgs
Panel Menus
Demo Mode
Factory Defaults
Energy Conserve
Wipe All Settings
Font Density
Font Sharpening
A5 Loading
USB Speed
Exit Config Menu
Entering Invalid engine mode
Entering Recovery mode
Service engineer menu
Accessing the service engineer (SE) menu
Service engineer (SE) menu

Removal precautions
Data security notice
Handling ESD-sensitive parts
RIP board/operator panel replacement
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
Printhead assembly adjustments
Removal procedures
Left side removals
Left cover removal
Main drive gearbox removal
MPF solenoid removal
MPF gearbox removal
Reverse solenoid removal
ACM clutch removal
Cartridge gearbox removal
Duplex gear assembly removal
Right side removals
Right cover removal
Cooling fan duct removal
Cooling fan removal
Controller board removal
Toner cartridge smart chip contact removal
Front removals
Left front mount removal
Right front mount removal
Transfer roll removal
Cartridge plunger removal
Bezel removal
Nameplate removal
Control panel assembly removal
UICC removal
MPF assembly removal
MPF pick roller cover removal
MPF pick roller removal
Bail removal
Jam access cover removal
Front door removal
Front access cover removal
Front door sensor removal
Front input guide removal
Separator pad removal
Bottom removals
Power supply removal
Power supply shield removal
Duplex removal
Duplex sensor and input sensor removal
Toner density sensor removal
Trailing edge sensor removal
ACM assembly removal
Rear side removals
Dust cover removal
Rear door and cover removal
Narrow media/bin full sensor removal
Redrive assembly removal
Fuser removal
Top side removals
Top cover removal
Laser scanning unit (LSU) removal
250/550-sheet option tray removals
Pick roller removal
Separator roll assembly removal
ACM assembly removal

Exterior locations
Front view
Rear view

Inspection guide
Lubrication specification
Cleaning the printer

Assembly 1: Covers
Assembly 2: Electronics 1
Assembly 3: Electronics 2
Assembly 4: Frame
Assembly 5: Option trays
Assembly 6: Power cords

Appendix A: Printer specifications
Product power consumption
Electrical specifications
Operating clearances
Operating environment

Appendix B: Options and features
Available internal options
Media handling options

Appendix C: Theory of operation
POR sequence
Printer control
Paper path information
Input tray
Multipurpose feeder (MPF)
Simplex printing
Duplex printing
Media handling components
Main drive gearbox
Autocompensator mechanism (ACM)
Key components
Other key components
Electrophotographic process (EP process)

Appendix D: Acronyms
Part number index
Part name index

Number of pages: 297.