Oki C3200n C5150n C5200n C5400n C5510MFP Service Manual

Service Manual Oki C3200n C5150n C5200n C5400n C5510MFP;
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 System Configuration
1.2 Printer Configuration
1.3 Option Configuration
1.4 Specifications
1.5 INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS
1.5.1 Parallel Interface Specifications (C5400n)
1.5.1.1 Parallel Interface
1.5.1.2 Parallel Interface Connector and Cable
1.5.1.3 Parallel Interface Level
1.5.1.4 Timing Charts
1.5.1.5 Parallel I/F Signals
1.5.2 Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface Specifications(C5400n
C5200n/C5150/C3200n/C5510MFP)
1.5.2.1 USB Interface
1.5.2.2 USB Interface Connector and Cable
1.5.2.3 USB Interface Signals
1.5.3 Network Interface Specifications(C5400/C5200/
C5150/C3200n)
1.5.3.1 Network Interface
1.5.3.2 Network Interface Connector and Cable
1.5.3.3 Network Interface Signals

2. OPERATION DESCRIPTION
2.1 Electrophotographic Process Mechanism
2.2 Printing Processes

3. PRINTER INSTALLATION
3.1 Precautions and Prohibition
3.2 Printer Unpacking Procedure
3.3 Printer Installation Instructions
3.4 Packed Units and Attachments
3.5 Assembly Procedure
3.5.1 Printer Main Body
3.5.2 Power Cable Connection
3.5.3 Installation of Optional Components
3.5.4 Checking of Optional-Component Recognition
3.6 MenuMap Printing
3.7 Connection Procedures
3.8 Checking of User Paper

4. PARTS REPLACEMENT
4.1 Precautions in Replacing Parts
4.2 Part Replacement Procedures
4.2.1 Left Side Cover
4.2.2 Right Side Cover
4.2.3 Face-Up Tray
4.2.4 Rear Cover
4.2.5 LED Assy / LED Assy-Springs
4.2.6 Controller PCB
4.2.7 Print Engine Controller PCB
4.2.8 Top Cover Assy
4.2.9 Top Cover
4.2.10 Controller Panel Assy
4.2.11 Board-PRP(C5400n//C5200n/C5150n/C3200n)/
Board-PRO(C5510MFP) / Top Cover Handle
4.2.12 Low-Voltage Power Unit / ID-FAN / Low-Voltage Power Unit FAN /
Hopping Motor / Fuser Motor
4.2.13 Board-PRT
4.2.14 Guide-Eject Assy / Color Registration Assy / Board-PRM
4.2.15 FAN (Fuser) / Belt Motor / High Voltage Power Supply Board / Cover Open Switch 98
4.2.16 MPT-Assy
4.2.17 Feeder Unit / Board-RSF / MPT Hopping Roller / Frame Assy Separator /
Cover-Front
4.2.18 Main Motors / Solenoid / Paper-End Sensor
4.2.19 Feed Roller
4.2.20 Shaft Assy-Eject (FU) / Shaft Assy-Eject (FD) / Eject Sensor
4.2.21 Fuser Unit
4.2.22 Belt Unit
4.3 Parts to lubricate

5. MAINTENANCE MENU
5.1 System Maintenance Menu(For Maintenance Staff)
5.2 Maintenance Utility
5.3 Changing the display language
5.4 Maintenance Menu Function of the User Menu
5.4.1 Maintenance Menu(For End-Users)
5.4.2 Self-diagnostic Mode
5.4.2.1 Operator panel
5.4.2.2 Normal self-diagnostic mode (level 1)
5.4.2.2.1 Entering self-diagnostic mode (level 1)
5.4.2.2.2 Exiting self-diagnostic mode
5.4.2.3 Switch scan test
5.4.2.4 Motor and clutch test
5.4.2.5 Test printing
5.4.2.6 Color registration adjustment test
5.4.2.7 Print density adjustment test
5.4.2.8 Consumable counter display
5.4.2.9 Counter display of numbers of prints and images
5.4.2.10 Switching between Factory and Shipping modes
5.4.2.11 Self-diagnosis function setting
5.4.2.12 Waste toner counter display
5.4.2.13 LED head serial number display
5.4.2.14 Operator panel display
5.4.3 Printing on Controller-Equipped Printer on a Standalone Basis
5.4.4 Switch Press Functions at Printer Power-On
5.5 Settings after Parts Replacement
5.5.1 Instructions to exchange the engine control board
5.5.2 EEPROM Setting after ARC Board/SPY Board/SPA Board Replacement
5.5.3 Destination Setting [Check Method: Printing demo page (C5400)
Printing Menu Map (C5200, C5150, C3200n, C5510MFP)]
5.6 Settings by Hand for Print Density Adjustment

6. REGULAR MAINTENANCE
6.1 Parts Replaced Regularly
6.2 Cleaning
6.3 Cleaning the LED Lens Array
6.4 Cleaning the Pick-up Roller and the Pad
6.5 Cleaning the Printer Inside

7. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
7.1 Precautions before troubleshooting
7.2 Precautions before handling an abnormal image
7.3 Precautions upon handling an abnormal image
7.4 Preparing for Troubleshooting
7.5 Troubleshooting Procedure
7.5.1 LCD message list
7.5.2.(1)LCD Display Malfunction
7.5.2.(2)Irregular Operation of the device after turning on the power
7.5.2.(3)Paper Feed Jam(Error 391:1st Tray)
7.5.2.(4)Paper Feed Jam (Error 390:Multi-purpose Tray)
7.5.2.(5)Paper Path Jam(Error 381)
7.5.2.(6)Paper Exit Jam(Error 382)
7.5.2.(7)Duplex Print Jam(Error 370,371,372,373,383)
7.5.2.(8)Paper Size Error (Error 400)
7.5.2.(9)ID Unit Up-Down Error(Service Call 140-143)
7.5.2.(10)Fuser Unit Error(Error 170-177)
7.5.2.(11)Motor Fan Error(Error 120,127,051)
7.5.2.(12)Print Speed is Slow (Low Performance)
7.5.2.(13)Option unit is not recognized
7.5.2.(14)LED head is not recognized(Error 131,132,133,134)
7.5.2.(15)Toner cartridge is not recognized(Error 540,541,542,543)
7.5.2.(16)Fuse Cutout Error (Error 150-155)
7.5.2.(17)Dew Condensation Errors (Error 123)
7.5.3 Image Problem Troubleshooting
7.5.3.(1)Color is totally pale (Fig.7.2 A )
7.5.3.(2)Background is dirty (Fig.7.2 B )
7.5.3.(3)Blank Print (Fig.7.2 C )
7.5.3.(4)Vertical lines are printed
7.5.3.(5)Cyclic Print Trouble (Refer to Fig.7.2 E )
7.5.3.(6)Color drift is wide
7.5.3.(7)Solid Black Print
7.5.4 Actions Taken after Forced HDD/Flash Initialization
7.5.5 Network Troubleshooting
7.5.6 Displaying Details of Service Call Error Codes (C5510)
7.6 Fuse Checking

8. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
8.1 Resistance Checks
8.2 PCB Parts Layouts

Number of pages: 262.