Toshiba e-STUDIO 160, e-STUDIO 200, e-STUDIO 250, Full – Service Manual, Service Handbook, Parts List

Service Manual, Service Handbook and Parts List Toshiba e-STUDIO 160, e-STUDIO 200, e-STUDIO 250;
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CONTENTS FOR SERVICE MANUAL:
1. SPECIFICATIONS/ACCESSORIES/OPTIONS/SUPPLIES
1.1 Specifications
1.2 Accessories
1.3 Options
1.4 Replacement Units/Supplies
1.5 System List

2. OUTLINE OF THE MACHINE
2.1 Sectional View
2.2 Location of Electrical Parts
2.3 Symbols and Functions of Various Devices
2.4 Copy Paper Path
2.4.1 Normal
2.4.2 When the PFU, PFP, ADU, SFB and OCT are mounted
2.4.3 When the PFU, PFP, CM, ADU, SFB and JSP are mounted
2.4.4 When the PFU, LCF, ADU, SFB and Finisher are mounted
2.5 System Block Diagrams
2.6 Removal and Reinstallation of Covers and PC Boards
2.6.1 Removal and reinstallation of covers
2.6.2 Removal of PC boards

3. COPYING PROCESS
3.1 Copying Process
3.2 Details of Copying Process
3.3 List of Copying Process Conditions
3.4 Disassembly and Replacement

4. COPIER OPERATION
4.1 Operation Outline
4.2 Description of Operation
4.2.1 Warming up
4.2.2 Standby
4.2.3 Automatic feed copying using the START key
4.2.4 Bypass-feed copying
4.2.5 Interrupt copying
4.3 Fault Detection
4.3.1 Classification of faults
4.3.2 Explanation of faults
4.4 Flow Charts
4.4.1 At power ON time
4.4.2 Copying at platen (Simplex ? Simplex)
4.4.3 Copying using cassette 1

5. DISPLAY UNIT
5.1 Detailed Drawing of the Control Panel and the Display Panel
5.2 Items Shown on the Display Panel
5.2.1 Display during normal copying
5.2.2 Display in the event of faulty conditions
5.3 Relation between Copier Conditions and Operator�s Actions
5.4 Description of Operation
5.4.1 Dot matrix LCD circuit
5.4.2 LED display circuit

6. IMAGE PROCESSING
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Image Processing Circuit
6.3 SLG Board
6.3.1 Features
6.3.2 Functions of the image processing circuit
6.4 Scanner
6.5 Printer

7. SCANNER
7.1 Functions
7.2 Configuration
7.3 Scanner Motor Operation
7.4 Scanner Motor Drive Circuit
7.5 Exposure Lamp Control
7.5.1 Exposure lamp
7.5.2 Exposure Lamp Control Circuit
7.6 General Description of CCD control
7.6.1 Photo-voltaic conversion
7.6.2 Shading compensation
7.7 Automatic Original-Size Detection Circuit (e-STUDIO200/250 series)
7.7.1 Principle of original-size detection
7.7.2 Original size detection
7.8 Damp Heater Control Circuit (ASD/AUD/CND/SAD models)
7.9 Disassembly and Replacement

8. PRINTING
8.1 General Description
8.2 Structure
8.3 Laser Diode
8.4 Disassembly and Replacement

9. PAPER FEEDING SYSTEM
9.1 General Description
9.2 Construction
9.3 Drive Description
9.3.1 Pickup feed roller, feed roller and registration roller
9.3.2 Tray lift shaft
9.4 Description of Operation
9.4.1 Tray section
9.4.2 Paper feeding section
9.4.3 Paper separation
9.4.4 Cassette feeding operation
9.5 Function of Each Part
9.6 Tray-up Motor Drive Circuit
9.7 Disassembly and Replacement

10. DRIVE SYSTEM
10.1 Construction of Drive System
10.2 Description of Operations
10.2.1 Part A
10.2.2 Part B
10.2.3 Part C
10.3 Disassembly and Replacement
10.4 Main Motor
10.4.1 Main motor drive
10.4.2 Control signals

11. DRUM-RELATED SECTION
11.1 General Description
11.2 Construction
11.3 Drive Description
11.4 Function of Each Part
11.5 High Voltage Output Control Circuit
11.5.1 Outline
11.5.2 Control method
11.6 Disassembly and Replacement

12. DEVELOPER SECTION
12.1 General Description
12.2 Construction
12.3 Drive Description
12.4 Function of Each Part
12.5 Toner Control Circuit
12.5.1 Outline
12.5.2 Toner empty detection circuit
12.5.3 Toner supply motor
12.6 Disassembly and Replacement

13. CLEANER SECTION
13.1 General Description
13.2 Construction
13.3 Drive Description
13.4 Function of Each Part

14. FUSER UNIT/EXIT UNIT
14.1 General Description
14.2 Construction
14.3 Drive Description
14.4 Description of Operations
14.4.1 Fuser unit
14.4.2 Exit unit
14.5 Functions of Each Part
14.5.1 Fuser unit
14.5.2 Paper exit unit
14.6 Heater Control Circuit
14.6.1 Temperature detection section
14.6.2 Temperature detection by the thermistor
14.7 Disassembly and Replacement

15. POWER SUPPLY UNIT
15.1 Outline
15.2 DC Output Circuit
15.3 Heater Lamp Drive Circuit
15.4 Dump Heater Power Supply Circuit (ASD/AUD/CND/SAD models)
15.5 Stapler Power Supply Circuit

16. BOARD ASSEMBLY
16.1 PWA-F-MAN
16.2 PWA-F-RLY
16.3 PWA-F-PIF
16.4 PWA-F-PNL
16.5 PWA-F-VR
16.6 PWA-F-SLG
16.7 PWA-F-FUS (ASD/AUD/CND/SAD models)

17. WIRE HARNESS
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS

18. PAGE MEMORY BOARD
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Structure
18.2.1 Interfaces
18.2.2 Schematic
18.3 Description of Function
18.3.1 Basic functions
18.3.2 Editing
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CONTENTS FOR SERVICE HANDBOOK:
1. ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
1.1 Error Code List
1.2 Self-Diagnosis Modes
1.2.1 Adjust mode (05)
1.2.2 System mode
1.2.3 User test mode
1.2.4 Function test
1.2.5 MAINTENANCE
1.2.6 SERVICE LIST
1.2.7 Country/Region code
1.2.8 Scanner parking mode
1.2.9 Speaker volume
1.2.10 Adjustment of document width sensor
1.3 Image Quality Control
1.4 Copy Image Dimension Adjustment
1.4.1 Adjustment of paper aligning value
1.4.2 Printer unit adjustment
1.4.3 Scanner unit adjustment
1.5 Sharpness (HPF) Adjustment
1.6 Gamma Slope Correction
1.7 High-Voltage Adjustment
1.7.1 Adjustment
1.7.2 Precautions
1.8 Adjusting the Scanner Section
1.8.1 Installing glass
1.8.2 Installing scanner motor
1.8.3 Adjusting the carriage 1
1.8.4 Installing carriage 2
1.8.5 CCD unit
1.9 Adjusting the main drive gear assembly
1.10 MAIN PWA replacement procedure
1.11 Measurement of Transfer Guide Bias
1.12 Adjustment of the doctor-sleeve gap

2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (PM)
2.1 Maintenance Performed Every 81,000 (e-STUDIO160/200 Series) and
99,000 Copies (e-STUDIO250 Series)
2.2 Preventive Maintenance Check List
2.3 PM Kit
2.4 List of Adjustment Tools
2.5 List of Grease

3. PRECAUTIONS FOR STORING & HANDLING SUPPLIES
3.1 Precautions for Storing TOSHIBA Supplies
3.2 Checking and Cleaning of the Pressure Roller
3.3 Checking and Cleaning of the Cleaning Roller
3.4 Checking and Cleaning of the Heat Roller
3.5 Checking and Replacing of the Transfer Guide Roller
3.6 Checking and Cleaning of Photoconductive Drum
3.7 Checking and Cleaning of Drum Cleaning Blade

4. TROUBLESHOOTING
4.1 Troubleshooting Based on Error Code
4.1.1 Transporting jam in the main body
4.1.2 Paper feeding jam
4.1.3 Transporting jam for the optional trays
4.1.4 Paper jam if some cover is opened
4.1.5 Paper transporting jam at the ADF
4.1.6 Paper transporting jam at the RADF
4.1.7 Paper jam in finisher
4.1.8 Drive system service call
4.1.9 Temporary paper supply mechanism service call
4.1.10 Optical system service call
4.1.11 Process system service call
4.1.12 Fuser system service call
4.1.13 Communications system service call
4.1.14 ADF or RADF system service call
4.1.15 Other abnormal service call
4.1.16 Laser optical system service call
4.1.17 Finisher related service call
4.1.18 Scanner related service call
4.1.19 Printer related service call
4.1.20 Fax related service call
4.1.21 OCT system service call
4.1.22 Other service call
4.2 Troubleshooting of Image

5. UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
5.1 Outline
5.2 Using the Recovery PWA
5.2.1 Using main recovery PWA
5.2.2 Using the scanner recovery PWA
5.3 Using the Batch File
5.3.1 Creating Download Disks
5.3.2 Downloading
5.4 Using the TOSHIBA Viewer

6. WIRE HARNESS CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
6.1 AC Wire Harness
APPENDIX
Appendix A. Specifications
Appendix B. Accessories
Appendix C. Options
Appendix D. Replacement Units/Supplies
Appendix E. System List
Appendix F. Power Supply Unit
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CONTENS FOR PARTS LIST:
1. ASM-COVER (1)
2. ASM-COVER (2)
3. ASM-GLASS-PLTN
4. ASM-OPTICS-DRIVE (1) (DP1600/2000/2500)
5. ASM-OPTICS-DRIVE (2) (DP1600/2000/2500)
6. ASM-CONTROL-PANEL
7. ASM-CHARGER
8. ASM-EXIT
9. ASM-FUSER (DP1600)
10. ASM-ELECTRIC
11. ASM-MAIN-DRIVE
12. ASM-TRAY-UP
13. ASM-LVPS/LSU
14. ASM-DEV. MOTOR
15. ASM-GUIDE-P/U
16. ASM-GUIDE 2ND
17. ASM-FEEDER
18. ASM-CASSETTE
19. ASM-FRAME
20. SERVICE TOOLS
21. PM KIT
22. ASM-FUSER (DP2000/2500)
23. ASM-DRUM
24. ASM-DEVELOPER
25. ASM-OPTICS-DRIVE (1) (e-STUDIO160/200/250)
26. ASM-OPTICS-DRIVE (2) (e-STUDIO160/200/250)
27. ASM-FUSER (e-STUDIO160)
28. ASM-FUSER (e-STUDIO200/250)
51. PWA-MAIN (1/2)
52. PWA-MAIN (2/2)
53. PWA-RELAY
54. PWA-PIF
101. SUPPLIES

Number of pages: 688.