Panasonic KX-MB2025EXW KX-MB2030EXW Service Manual (for Czech, Hungary and Slovakia)

Service Manual Panasonic KX-MB2025EXW KX-MB2030EXW;
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1) Safety Precautions
1.1. For Service Technicians
1.2. AC Caution
1.3. Personal Safety Precautions
1.3.1. Moving Sections of the Unit
1.3.2. Live Electrical Sections
1.4. Service Precautions
1.4.1. Precautions to Prevent Damage from
Static Electricity

2) Warning
2.1. About Lead Free Solder (PbF: Pb free)
2.1.1. Suggested PbF Solder
2.2. Discarding of P. C. Board
2.3. Insulation Resistance Test
2.4. Battery Caution
2.4.1. Information for Users on Collection and
Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries
2.5. Laser Beam And Fuser Unit Section
2.6. Note for Repairing

3) Specifications

4) General/Introduction
4.1. Optional Accessories
4.2. Translation Lists
4.2.1. Help Function
4.2.2. Error Message (Report)
4.2.3. Error Message (Display)

5) Features
5.1. General Features
5.2. Hardware Requirements for Multi-Function
Software

6) Technical Descriptions
6.1. Connection Diagram
6.2. General Block Diagram
6.3. Main Board Section
6.3.1. Data Flow
6.3.2. RTC Backup Circuit
6.3.3. Modem Circuit Operation
6.3.4. TEL Line Section
6.4. NCU Section
6.4.1. General
6.4.2. EXT. TEL. Line Relay (RLY100)
6.4.3. Bell Detection Circuit
6.4.4. Calling Line Identification Circuit (FSK)
6.4.5. Calling Line Identification Circuit (DTMF)
6.4.6. Remote FAX Activation Circuit
6.4.7. TAM Interface Circuit
6.5. ITS (Integrated telephone System) and Monitor Section
6.5.1. General
6.6. CIS Control Section
6.7. Motor Drive Section
6.7.1. Engine Motor Control Circuit
6.7.2. Scanner Motor Drive Circuit
6.8. Timing chart and wave form of scanner motors
6.8.1. Normal 1-2 phase excitation (half step)
6.8.2. Flat torque 1-2 phase excitation (half step)
6.8.3. W1-2 phase excitation (Quarter step)
6.8.4. Drive mode of FB and ADF motor
6.9. FAN Motor Section
6.9.1. General
6.9.2. Circuit Diagram of FAN
6.9.3. Fan Control
6.9.4. Control table
6.9.5. Waveform
6.10. Solenoid Driver Section
6.11. LSU (Laser Scanning Unit) Section
6.12. Sensors and Switches Section
6.12.1. Drum Detection
6.12.2. Pickup Sensor
6.12.3. Exit Sensor
6.12.4. Home Sensor
6.12.5. Read Position Sensor
6.12.6. Registration & Manual Paper Sensor
6.12.7. Print Timing Sensor
6.12.8. Document Sensor
6.12.9. Top Cover Sensor
6.12.10. Toner Sensor…. “Toner Empty”, “Toner Low”, “Change Drum”
6.12.11. Handset Hook Switch
6.13. Operation Board Section
6.14. LCD Section
6.15. HVPS (High Voltage Power Supply) Section
6.15.1. HVPS Specification
6.15.2. CHG-BIAS (Charge BIAS)/GRID/ UNIT
6.15.3. DEV DC BIAS UNIT
6.15.4. DEV AC BIAS UNIT
6.15.5. TRA (+) BIAS (Transfer (+) BIAS)/TRA (-) BIAS (Transfer (-) BIAS) UNIT
6.16. Heat Lamp Control Circuit
6.17. Main Board Section
6.18. Power Supply Board Section
6.19. Mechanical Operation
6.19.1. Printing
6.19.2. Scanning (ADF)

7) Location of Controls and Components
7.1. Overview
7.1.1. Front view
7.1.2. Rear view
7.2. Control Panel

8) Installation Instructions
8.1. Installation
8.1.1. Installation Space
8.1.2. OUTPUT TRAY
8.1.3. RECORDING PAPER
8.1.4. Documents the Unit Can Send
8.1.5. Toner Cartridge and the Drum Cartridge
8.1.6. Connecting to a computer
8.1.7. Installing Multi-Function Station
8.2. Connections

9) Operating Instructions
9.1. Your Logo
9.1.1. To Select Characters with the Dial Keypad
9.1.2. To Select Characters Using [] or []

10) Test Mode
10.1. Test Functions
10.1.1. DTMF Single Tone Transmit Selection
10.1.2. Button Code Table
10.1.3. Print Test Pattern

11) Service Mode
11.1. Programming and Lists
11.1.1. Operation
11.1.2. Operation Flow
11.1.3. Service Function Table
11.1.4. Memory Clear Specification
11.2. User Mode (The list below is an example of the SYSTEM SETUP LIST the unit prints out.)
11.3. Service Mode Settings (Example of a printed out list)
11.4. History (Example of a printed out list)
11.4.1. Descriptions of The History Report

12) Troubleshooting Guide
12.1. User Recoverable Errors
12.2. Remote Programming
12.2.1. Entering the Remote Programming Mode and Changing Service Codes
12.2.2. Program Mode Table
12.3. Troubleshooting Details
12.3.1. Outline
12.3.2. Starting Troubleshooting
12.3.3. Initialization
12.3.4. Simple Check List
12.3.5. Simplified Troubleshooting Guide
12.3.6. CALL SERVICE Troubleshooting Guide
12.3.7. Print
12.3.8. Recording Paper Feed
12.3.9. ADF (Auto Document Feeder) Section
12.3.10. Communication Section
12.3.11. Special Service Journal Reports
12.3.12. Initializing Error
12.3.13. Analog Section
12.3.14. Operation Panel Section
12.3.15. Sensor Section
12.3.16. Motor Section
12.3.17. LSU Section
12.3.18. CIS Control Section
12.3.19. High Voltage Value Check Point
12.3.20. High Voltage Section
12.3.21. USB Section
12.3.22. LAN SECTION (KX-MB2030 ONLY)
12.3.23. Main Board Section
12.3.24. Power Supply Board Section
12.4. DOCUMENT JAMS (AUTO DOCUMENT FEEDER)
12.5. RECORDING PAPER JAM
12.5.1. When the recording paper has jammed inside of the unit
12.5.2. When the recording paper is not fed into the unit properly
12.5.3. When the recording paper in the manual input tray is not fed into the unit properly

13) Service Fixture & Tools

14) Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
14.1. Bottom Section
14.2. Left Side Section
14.3. Operation Panel Section
14.4. Open Top Cover
14.5. Remove Operation Panel
14.6. Remove Operation Board
14.7. Remove Main Board
14.8. Remove Gear Chassis Section
14.9. Remove Right Cover
14.10. Remove Right Cassette Guide
14.11. Remove Bottom Plate
14.12. Remove Laser Unit
14.13. Remove Pick up Roller
14.14. Remove Low Voltage Power Board
14.15. Remove Mirror
14.16. Remove High Voltage Power Board
14.17. Installation Position of The Lead
14.17.1. Top Cover Section (1)
14.17.2. Top Cover Section (2)
14.17.3. Top Cover Section (3)
14.17.4. Bottom Part Section (1)
14.17.5. Bottom Part Section (2)
14.17.6. Side Cabinet Section (1)
14.17.7. Side Cabinet Section (2)
14.17.8. Side Cabinet Section (3)
14.17.9. Side Cabinet Section (4)
14.17.10. AC Inlet Section

15) Maintenance
15.1. Maintenance Items and Component Locations
15.1.1. Outline
15.1.2. Maintenance Check Items/Component Locations
15.2. Maintenance
15.2.1. Cleaning the White Plates and Glass
15.2.2. CLEANING THE DOCUMENT FEEDER ROLLERS
15.3. Printing Operation Principle
15.3.1. Process Chart and Process BIAS
15.3.2. CHARGING
15.3.3. Exposing
15.3.4. Developing and Transcription
15.3.5. Cleaning of Transfer Roller
15.3.6. Fixing
15.4. Terminal Guide of The ICs Transistors and Diodes
15.4.1. Main Board (1)
15.4.2. Main Board (2)
15.4.3. Operation Board
15.4.4. High Voltage Power Supply Board
15.4.5. Low Voltage Power Supply Board
15.5. How to Replace the Flat Package IC
15.5.1. Preparation
15.5.2. Flat Package IC Removal Procedure
15.5.3. Flat Package IC Installation Procedure
15.5.4. Bridge Modification Procedure
15.6. Main Board Section
15.6.1. NG Example
15.7. Test Chart
15.7.1. ITU-T No.1 Test Chart
15.7.2. ITU-T No.2 Test Chart

16) Schematic Diagram
16.1. For Schematic Diagram
16.2. Main Board (KX-MB2025)
16.2.1. Main Board (1)
16.2.2. Main Board (2)
16.2.3. Main Board (3)
16.2.4. Main Board (4)
16.3. Main Board (KX-MB2030)
16.3.1. Main Board (1)
16.3.2. Main Board (2)
16.3.3. Main Board (3)
16.3.4. Main Board (4)
16.4. Operation Board
16.5. Sensor Board
16.6. High Voltage Power Supply Board
16.7. Low Voltage Power Supply Board

17) Printed Circuit Board
17.1. Main Board
17.1.1. Main Board: Component View
17.1.2. Main Board: Bottom View
17.2. Operation Board
17.2.1. Operation Board
17.3. Sensor Board
17.3.1. Toner Sensor Board
17.3.2. Fuser Board
17.3.3. Pickup Sensor Board
17.3.4. Registration Sensor Board
17.3.5. Varistor Sensor Board
17.3.6. Flatbed Relay Board
17.3.7. ADF Sensor Board
17.3.8. Handset Relay Board
17.3.9. CIS Home Sensor Board
17.4. High Voltage Power Supply Board
17.4.1. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD: COMPONENT VIEW
17.4.2. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD: BOTTOM VIEW
17.5. Low Voltage Power Supply Board
17.5.1. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD: COMPONENT VIEW
17.5.2. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BOARD: BOTTOM VIEW

18) Exploded View and Replacement Parts List
18.1. Cabinet, Mechanical and Electrical Parts Location
18.1.1. Operation Panel Section
18.1.2. ADF Section
18.1.3. ADF Gear Section
18.1.4. Top Cover Section
18.1.5. Main Cabinet Section
18.1.6. Fuser Section
18.1.7. Bottom Cabinet Section (1)
18.1.8. Separation (DFP) Roller Section
18.1.9. Side Cabinet Section
18.1.10. Motor Section
18.1.11. Bottom Cabinet Section (2)
18.1.12. Output Tray Section
18.1.13. Actual Size of Screws and Washer
18.1.14. Accessories and Packing Materials
18.2. Replacement Parts List
18.2.1. Cabinet and Electrical Parts
18.2.2. Main Board (KX-MB2025)
18.2.3. Main Board (KX-MB2030)
18.2.4. Operation Board
18.2.5. Sensor Board Parts
18.2.6. High Voltage Power Board
18.2.7. Low Voltage Power Board

Number of pages: 313.