Xerox WorkCentre 5022 WorkCentre 5024 Service Manual & Parts List

Service Manual & Parts List Xerox WorkCentre 5022 WorkCentre 5024;
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INTRODUCTION
0.1 Getting to know this Service Manual
0.2 How to use the Service Manual
0.3 Description for Terminology And Symbols

1. SERVICE CALL PROCEDURES
1.1 Before Starting the Servicing
1.2 Service Call Procedure
1.2.2 Service Call Procedure
1.3 Detailed Contents of the Service Call
1.4 TRIM Check List
1.5 Periodic Replacement Parts/Consumables List

2. TROUBLESHOOTING
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 How to Troubleshoot
2.1.3 Glossary
2.2 Product FIP
2.2.1 Level 1 FIP
2.2.1.1 Level 1 FIP
2.2.2 Level 2 FIP
CHAIN 3
003-500 N-Up NG Out Of Range
003-754 IPS Overrun
003-795 AMS NG Out Of Range
003-942 Not-Supported Doc Size
003-956 Not-Supported Doc Size
003-963 APS NG Out Of Range
003-972 1Job Max Page Over
003-973 Auto Rotation NG Out Of Range
CHAIN 4
004-345 HVPS Communication Error
CHAIN 5
005-122 DADF Simplex/Side 1 Pre Regi Sensor On Jam
005-123 DADF Simplex/Side 1 Regi Sensor On Jam
005-125/145 DADF Regi Sensor Off Jam/ DADF Regi Sensor Off Jam on Inverting
005-131/132 DADF Invert Sensor On Jam on Inverting/ DADF Invert Sensor On Jam
005-134/139 DADF Invert Sensor Off Jam on Inverting/ DADF Invert Sensor Off Jam
005-135 DADF Side 2 Pre Regi Sensor On Jam
005-136 DADF Side 2 Regi Sensor On Jam
005-147 DADF Pre Regi Sensor Off Jam on Inverting
005-196 Size Mismatch Jam on No Mix-Size
005-197 Prohibit Combine Size Jam
005-198/199 Too Short Size Jam/ Too Long Size Jam
005-210 DADF Download Fail
005-275/280 DADF RAM Test Fail/ DADF EEPROM Fail
005-305 DADF Feeder Cover Interlock Open
005-500 DADF Download Flash Write Error
005-907/908/913 DADF Pre Regi Sensor/DADF Regi Sensor/DADF Invert Sensor Static Jam
005-940 DADF No Original Fail
005-948 SS-Size Mismatch Jam on No Mix-size
CHAIN 7
007-270 Tray 1 Paper Size Switch Broken
007-272 Tray 3 Paper Size Switch Broken
007-273 Tray 4 Paper Size Switch Broken
CHAIN 10
010-311 Fusing Unit Center Thermistor Defect
010-312 Fusing Unit Rear Thermistor Defect
010-320 Over Heat Temperature Fail
010-327 Fusing Unit On Time Fail
010-379 Fusing Unit Hot Not Ready Return Time Fail
010-392 NOHAD Fan Defect
010-602 Over Temp Cooling Mode
CHAIN 16
016-346 Fax Parameter Incorrect
016-372 File Access Error
016-500 Controller Download Flash Write Error
016-501 Controller Boot Flash Write Error
016-502 UI Panel Download Flash Write Error
016-504 UI panel Font Download Flash Write Error
016-570 No Response from USB-Host for Scan Job
016-571 No Response from USB-Host for Print Job
016-598 E-mail Message Size Over
016-742/744 Download File Error/ Download File Check Sum Error
016-749/799 HBPL or XPJL Syntax Error/ Print Instruction Fail
016-759 Copy Counter Full
016-764 SMTP Server Connection Fail
016-765 SMTP Server Disk Full
016-766 SMTP Server Limit Over
016-768 SMTP Sender Address Error
016-776 Marker Code Detection Fail
016-781 SMTP Server Refusal
016-981 EPC Memory Full
016-982 SCAN Memory Full
016-985 Max Attachment Size Over
CHAIN 17
017-745 SMB Size Over
CHAIN 24
024-365 Image Output FIFO Error
024-910/911/915 Tray 1/Tray 2/MSI Paper Length Mismatch
024-912 Tray 3 Paper Length Mismatch
024-913 Tray 4 Paper Length Mismatch
024-946 Tray 1 Unknown Paper Size
024-947 Tray 2 Unknown Paper Size
024-948 Tray 3 Unknown Paper Size
024-949 Tray 4 Unknown Paper Size
024-950 Tray 1 No Paper
024-951 Tray 2 No Paper
024-952 Tray 3 No Paper
024-953 Tray 4 No Paper
Status Indicator RAPs Version 1.0
024-954 MSI No Paper
024-958/959/960 MSI/Tray 1/Tray 2 Paper Size Mismatch
024-961 Tray 3 Paper Size Mismatch
024-962 Tray 4 Paper Size Mismatch
024-965 APS NG Unselected
024-966 APS NG Permission Denied
CHAIN 26
026-718 D-Fax Instruction Fail
026-737 Network Error
CHAIN 27
027-518 Forwarding Login Error
027-520 SMB Forwarding Bad Volume
027-522 Forwarding Access Error
027-528 SMB Disk full
027-543 SMB Forwarding Bad Address
027-779 SMTP Server Login Error
CHAIN 33
033-313 Fax Board Communication Fail
033-316 Fax Box NVM Data Defect
033-325 Modem No Response
033-326 Fax Controller File Broken
033-503 Receive T1 Time Out
033-504 T2 Time Out
033-505 T5 Time Out
033-506 DCN Receive
033-507 Unable to receive by remote
033-509 DIS DCS Illegal Command Receive
033-510 Fallback Error
033-517 Timeout ECM Between Frame
033-526 ECM Send EOR-Q Send
033-529 RTN Receive
033-531 DM Prevention Function Receive Refuse
033-532 Illegal Command Received
033-541 No Destination Specified
033-547 Cancel
033-548 No Manual Send Line Job Cancel
033-549 Fax Service Disabled
033-550 Phone Book Disabled
033-567 Fax AddressInfo Sum Check Fail
033-572 Fax Communication Management Report Full
033-577 Control Channel Synchronization Error
033-578 Primary Channel Off Time Out
033-711 Fax File System Error
033-712 Fax Flash Full
033-725 In receive, memory full (under THRESH_MEMRX)
033-753 Fax Scan Page Full
CHAIN 34
034-522 No manual send Line
034-550 Fax Board Loader Download Fail
034-711 Fax Send Count Limit
034-726 Fax Calling Table Full
034-746 Line Connection Fail
034-752 Dial Busy
034-757 Fax Document Does Not Delete
034-761 Fax Invalid Address book Data are Registered
034-765 Fax Report Disabled
CHAIN 35
035-550 FAX Board Download Flash Write Error
035-703 DCN Received at Phase B
035-704 Not Send Ability
035-708 Post Message Resend Over
035-728 G3 EOL Not Receive
035-741 ECM Phase Timeout
035-748 Fax Card Stopped
035-758 Fax Document does not exist
035-759 Fax Unable to Cancel Operation
035-761 Fax File Open Error
CHAIN 36
036-506 V8 Error
036-550 FAX Board Loader Download Flash Write Error
036-700 Fax Board Unable Communication
036-740 Fax Board Busy
036-777 Control Channel Off Time Out
036-796 Fax Document Mix Fail
CHAIN 41
041-210/211 STM NVM Out-Of-Order/ STM NVM R/W Error
CHAIN 42
042-325/614 Main Motor Rotation Error/ Main Motor Rotation Warning
042-400 Smell Life Over
042-608 Voc Life Over
CHAIN 45
045-310 Image Ready Error
045-313 IOT Logic Fail
CHAIN 47
047-218 MCU-2TM Communication Error
CHAIN 61
061-321 ROS Motor Fail
061-325 No SOS Fail
CHAIN 62
062-277 DADF Communication Fail
062-300 Platen I/L Open
062-311 IIT Software Logic Fail
062-360 Carriage Position Fail
062-371/380 Lamp Illumination Fail/ AGC Fail
062-386 AOC Fail
062-389 Carriage Over Run Fail (Scan End Side)
062-396 CCD Cable Connection Fail
CHAIN 71
071-105 Regi Sensor On Jam (Tray 1)
CHAIN 72
072-102 Feed Out Sensor 2 On Jam
072-105 Regi Sensor On Jam (Tray 2)
072-210 Tray 2 Lift Up Fail
072-212 Tray 2 Size Sensor Broken
072-215 MCU-STM Communication Fail
072-461 STM NVM Out-Of-Order
072-470 STM NVM R/W Error
CHAIN 73
073-102 Feed Out Sensor 3 On Jam (Tray 3)
073-104 Feed Out Sensor 2 On Jam (Tray 3)
073-105 Regi Sensor On Jam (Tray 3)
073-210 Tray 3 Lift Up Fail
CHAIN 74
074-101 Feed Out Sensor 4 On Jam (Tray 4)
074-102 Feed Out Sensor 3 On Jam (Tray 4)
074-104 Feed Out Sensor 2 On Jam (Tray 4)
074-105 Regi. Sensor On Jam (Tray 4)
074-210 Tray 4 Lift Up Fail
CHAIN 75
075-135 Regi Sensor On Jam (MSI)
CHAIN 77
077-101 Regi Sensor Off Jam
077-103 Fusing Unit Exit Sensor Off Jam (Long)
077-104 Fusing Unit Exit Sensor Off Jam (Short)
077-106 Fusing Unit Exit Sensor On Jam
077-129 Regi Sensor On Jam (Duplex Wait)
077-211 2TM Type Error
077-212 Tray Module Reset Fail
077-300 Front Cover Open
077-301 Left Hand Cover Open
077-305 2TM Cover Open
077-309 STM Cover Open
077-900/901/904 Regi Sensor/Fusing Unit Exit Sensor/Feed Out Sensor 2 Static Jam
077-905 Feed Out Sensor 3 Static Jam
077-906 Feed Out Sensor 4 Static Jam
CHAIN 91
091-401/402 Drum Cartridge Quality Life Over/ Drum Cartridge Life Over
091-406/424 Drum Cartridge Normal Life Over/ Drum Cartridge Abnormal Life Over
091-430 Drum Cartridge Life End
091-440 Drum Cartridge Pre Near End
091-441 Drum Cartridge Near End
CHAIN 92
092-660/668 ATC Amplitude Fail/ ATC Average Fail
092-661 Temperature Sensor Fail
092-910 ATC Sensor Fail
CHAIN 93
093-312 Toner Dispense Motor Rotation Fail
093-400 Toner Near Empty
093-406 Toner Pre Near Empty
093-912 Toner Empty
093-956 Drum New CRU Installation Fail
093-959 Drum New CRU Installation Fail Exceeds Thresholding Times
CHAIN 116
116-317 Configuration NG
116-321 Controller Logic Fail
116-323 Controller NVM Data Defect
116-324 Exception Fail
116-334 NVM Data Mismatch
116-377 IIT Interrupt Timeout
116-386 USB Host Terminal Unknown Device Connection Fail
116-747 Invalid Page Margin
CHAIN 117
117-327 Controller Extension Card NVM Data Defect
CHAIN 123
123-314 UI Panel Communication Fail
CHAIN 124
124-311 Serial Number Fail
CHAIN 127
127-396 E-mail Generate Fail
CHAIN 133
133-226 Fax Country or Clock Not Set
CHAIN 134
134-210 Fax Data Parameter Error
134-211 Fax Board Failure
2.2.3 Other Failure FIP
2.2.3.1 AC Power FIP
2.2.3.2 +5VDC Power FIP
2.2.3.3 +24VDC Power FIP
2.2.4 Generic FIP
2.2.4.1 Reflective Sensor Failure FIP
2.2.4.2 Permeable Sensor Failure FIP
2.2.4.3 Switch (Normal/Open) Failure FIP
2.2.4.4 Solenoid/Clutch Not Energized Failure FIP
2.2.4.5 Solenoid/Clutch Left Energized Failure FIP
2.2.4.6 Motor Does Not Rotate Failure FIP
2.2.4.7 Motor Left Running Failure FIP
2.2.4.8 NIP/RELEASE SOLENOID Not Energized Failure FIP
2.3 NET System Fault Check
2.3.1 Interface (Physical/Logical)
2.3.2 ‘Cannot connect to the network’ or ‘Print is not found from the PC’
2.3.3 No output is available, no data is printed
2.3.4 Printing can be performed but abnormally
2.3.5 Network-Related Details Check Flow
2.4 Software Download
2.4.1 Software Download

3. IMAGE QUALITY
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 Composition of Chapter 3 Image Quality Troubleshooting
3.1.2 Test Pattern
3.1.3 Things to Note when Replacing the Drum Cartridge
3.1.4 Image Quality Troubleshooting
3.2 Image Quality RAPs
IQ1 IOT Image Quality Entry RAP
IQ2 IIT Image Quality Entry RAP
IQ3 Low Image Density RAP
IQ4 Wrinkled Image RAP
IQ5 Residual Image(Ghosting)RAP
IQ6 Background RAP
IQ7 Deletion RAP
IQ8 Skew/Misregistration RAP
IQ9 Process Direction Bands,Streaks,and Smears RAP
IQ10 Unfused Copy/Toner Offset RAP
IQ11 Repeating Bands,Streaks,Spots,and Smears RAP
IQ12 Mottle RAP
IQ13 Spots RAP
IQ14 Black Prints RAP
IQ15 Blank Image RAP
3.3 Image Defect Sample
3.3.1 IOT Image Defect Sample
3.3.2 IIT Image Defect Sample
IDS1 Auger Mark
IDS2 Strobing (27mm or 13.5mm Pitch Density)
IDS3 White Streaks (Process Direction)
IDS4 Black Bands
IDS5 Toner Contamination
IDS6 Toner Splattering
IDS7 White Spots (Irregular)
IDS8 Regular Blank Areas In Process Direction (Spots, Streaks, Bands etc.)
IDS9 Regular Toner Contamination In Process Direction (Spots, Streaks, Bands etc.)
IDS10 Regular Toner Contamination In Process Direction (Side 2)
IDS11 Moire Due to Interference With Copy Documents
IDS12 Light Background Due to Background Suppression in Copies of Documents With Frames
IDS13 Background Smear When Using Platen Copy With Non-Standard Documents
IDS14 Fluctuation In Background Suppression Values for Copies of Documents With Medium Density
IDS15 Defects Related To Scan Print
IDS16 Cold Start Dew
IDS17 Static Electricity Offset
3.4 Fusing Unit Paper Wrinkle Alignment Adjustment
3.5 Cycle Table

4. REPAIRS AND ADJUSTMENTS
4.1 Introduction
4.1 Introduction
1. IIT/UI
REP 1.2.1 IIT Top Cover
REP 1.3.1 IIT Carriage
REP 1.3.2 IIT Carriage Belt
REP 1.4.1 Carriage Motor
REP 1.5.1 LED Lamp PWB
REP 1.10.1 LCD Display
2. ROS
REP 2.1.1 ROS Assembly
3. Drive
REP 3.1.1 Main Drive Motor
REP 3.1.2 Main Drive Housing
4. NOHAD
REP 4.1.1 NOHAD Fan
6. Transfer
REP 6.1.1 BTR Roll
7. Fusing Unit
REP 7.1.1 Fusing Unit
8. Xero./Deve.
REP 8.1.1 Drum Cartridge
REP 8.2.1 Cartridge Guide
REP 8.2.2 Dispense Drive
9. Feeder,Tray (Tray 1)
REP 9.1.1 Tray 1 Feed Clutch
REP 9.1.2 Tray 1
REP 9.1.3 Tray 1 Size Sensor
REP 9.2.1 Tray 1 Feed Roll and Tray 1 Retard Pad
10. One Tray Module (Tray 2)
REP 10.1.1 Tray 2 Feeder
REP 10.3.1 Tray 2 Feed/Retard/Nudger Roll
REP 10.6.1 STM PWB
REP 10.6.2 STM Takeaway Motor
11. Two Tray Module
REP 11.1.1 Tray 3 Feeder
REP 11.1.2 Tray 4 Feeder
REP 11.3.1 Tray 3 Feed/Retard/Nudger Roll
REP 11.3.2 Tray 4 Feed/Retard/Nudger Roll
REP 11.6.1 2TM PWB
REP 11.6.2 2TM Takeaway Motor
13. MSI
REP 13.1.1 MSI
REP 13.3.1 MSI Nudger/Feed Roll
REP 13.3.2 MSI Retard Pad
14. L/H Cover
REP 14.1.1 L/H Cover
15. Registration
REP 15.1.1 Registration Chute
REP 15.1.2 Registration Roll
17. Exit
REP 17.1.1 Exit Cover
REP 17.1.2 Exit Roll
18. Electrical
REP 18.1.2 HVPS
REP 18.1.3 LVPS
REP 18.3.1 Net I/F PWB
REP 18.3.2 ESS/MCU PWB
19. Cover
REP 19.1.1 Front Cover
REP 19.1.2 Top Cover
REP 19.4.1 Rear Cover
56. DADF
REP 56.1.1 DADF
REP 56.1.2 DADF Platen Cushion
REP 56.2.1 DADF Front Cover
REP 56.2.2 DADF Rear Cover
REP 56.2.3 DADF PWB
REP 56.2.4 Upper Feeder
REP 56.2.5 DADF Feeder Assembly
REP 56.3.1 Left Counter Balance
REP 56.3.2 Right Counter Balance
REP 56.5.1 DADF Feed/Nudger Roll
REP 56.6.1 Harness Guide and Wire Harness
REP 56.6.2 DADF Feed Motor
REP 56.7.1 DADF Drive Belt
REP 56.9.1 Document Tray
REP 56.9.2 Retard Chute
REP 56.9.3 Invert Chute
REP 56.10.1 DADF Takeaway Roll
REP 56.10.2 Sensor Bracket
REP 56.13.1 DADF Retard Pad
1. IIT/UI
ADJ 1.3.1 IIT Lead Edge Registration
ADJ 1.3.2 IIT Side Registration
8. Xero./Deve.
ADJ 8.1.1 ATC Sensor Read & Tone Up/Down
18. Electrical
ADJ 18.1.2 IOT Lead Edge/Side Edge Registration
ADJ 18.1.3 Edge Erase Value Adjustment
ADJ 18.2.1 Things to take note when replacing Important Information Stored Components (ISC)
ADJ 18.2.3 Firmware Version Upgrade
56. DADF
ADJ 56.1.1 DADF Lead-Skew Adjustment
ADJ 56.1.2 DADF Side Registration
ADJ 56.1.3 DADF Lead Edge Registration

5. PARTS LIST
5.1 Introduction
5.1.1 How to Use the Parts List
5.1.2 Precautions
5.1.3 Plate Composition
5.1.4 Terminology and Symbols
5.1.5 Using Parts Navigation
Parts Lists
IIT/UI
PL 1.4 Carriage Motor
PL 1.5 IIT Carriage
PL 1.6 Control Panel
PL 1.8 Top Cover (with Platen Glass), Front Cover
PL 1.9 IIT Base Frame Component
ROS
PL 2.1 ROS
Drive
PL 3.1 Main Drive Motor
PL 3.2 Main Drive Housing
NOHAD
PL 4.1 NOHAD
Transfer
PL 6.1 Transfer
Fusing Unit
PL 7.1 Fusing Unit
XERO./DEVE
PL 8.1 Drum Cartridge,Toner Cartridge
PL 8.2 Toner System
PL 8.3 Dispense Drive
Feeder; Tray( Tray1)
PL 9.1 Tray 1,Tray Drive
PL 9.3 Tray 1 Component
One Tray Module ( Tray 2)
PL 10.1 Tray 2 ,Feeder
PL 10.2 Tray 2 Component
PL 10.3 Tray 2 Feeder
PL 10.4 Left Cover
PL 10.5 Takeaway Roll
PL 10.6 Electrical
PL 10.7 Cover
Tray Module (Tray 3, Tray4)
PL 11.1 Tray 3/4, Feeder
PL 11.2 Tray 3/4 Component
PL 11.3 Tray 3/4 Feeder
PL 11.4 Left Cover
PL 11.5 Takeaway Roll
PL 11.6 Electrical
PL 11.7 Cover
MSI
PL 13.1 MSI
PL 13.2 MSI Component
PL 13.3 MSI Lower Feeder
L/H Cover
PL 14.1 Duplex L/H Cover
PL 14.3 Duplex L/H Cover-Chute,Latch
PL 14.4 Duplex L/H Cover-Roll,Gear
Registration
PL 15.1 Registration
Exit
PL 17.1 Duplex Exit
Electrical
PL 18.2 Wire Harness
PL 18.3 Electrical
PL 18.4 Fax Box Assembly
PL 18.5 Fax Box Assembly
Cover
PL 19.1 Cover-Front,Top,Right
PL 19.2 Cover-Rear,Left Rear
DADF
PL 56.1 DADF Accessory
PL 56.2 DADF Component
PL 56.3 DADF Base Frame
PL 56.4 Upper Feeder
PL 56.5 Feed Roll Nudger Roll Assembly
PL 56.6 DADF Feed Motor,Harness Guide
PL 56.7 DADF Feeder Rear Frame
PL 56.8 DADF Feeder Front Frame
PL 56.9 DADF Tray,Chute
PL 56.10 DADF Roll,Sensor Bracket
PL 56.11 Document Tray
PL 56.12 Invert Chute
PL 56.13 Retard Chute
PL 56.14 Sensor Bracket
Common Hardware
Common Hardware
Part Number Index
5.3 Parts Navi
Navi 1.1 Processor + Option
Navi 2.1 IOT
Navi 2.2 One Tray Module
Navi 2.3 DADF
Navi 2.4 2 Tray Module

6. GENERAL PROCEDURES
6.1 Specifications
6.1.1 Product Name/Product Code/Serial No
6.1.2 Configuration
6.1.3 Operating Modes
6.1.4 Machine Sizes and Basis Weights
6.1.5 Installation Space
6.1.6 Levelness
6.1.7 Operating Air Pressure
6.1.8 Electrical Specification
6.1.10 Installation Environment
6.1.11 Warm Up Time
6.1.12 FCOT
6.1.13 Print Speed
6.1.14 Tray (Paper Feed)
6.1.15 Tray Size Factory Settings
6.1.16 Classifications and Functions
6.1.17 Auto 2 Sided Printing
6.1.18 Output Function
6.1.19 Resolution/Gradation
6.1.20 Image Loss
6.1.21 Print Area
6.1.22 Alignment Specification
6.1.23 I/F Specification
6.1.24 Print Feature
6.1.25 Scan Feature Specifications
6.1.26 Fax Feature
6.1.27 Document Feeder (DADF)
6.1.28 Billing Counter
6.1.29 Environmental Feasibility (Energy Star Program)
6.2 Tools/Service Consumables/Consumables
6.2.1 Tools and Service Consumables
6.2.2 Consumables
6.3.1 Input Component Check List
6.3.1.1 DADF Input Component Check List
6.3.1.2 IIT Input Component Check List
6.3.1.4 IOT Input Component Check List
6.3.2 Output Component Check List
6.3.2.1 DADF Output Component Check List
6.3.2.2 IIT Output Component Check List
6.3.2.4 IOT Ouput Component Check List
6.3.3 Analog Monitor Code List
6.3.3.2 Analog Monitor List
6.3.4 HFSI Counters
6.3.4.1 DADF HFSI List
6.3.4.2 IIT HFSI List
6.3.4.4 IOT HFSI List
6.3.4.5 IOT HFSI List – System Administrator Mode Version
6.3.5 NVM DADF
6.3.5 NVM DADF
6.3.6 NVM IIT
6.3.6.2 NVM IIT
6.3.8 NVM DRIVE NOHAD
6.3.8.2 NVM DRIVE & NOHAD
6.3.7 NVM DIAG
6.3.7.2 NVM DIAG
6.3.9 NVM PH
6.3.9.2 NVM PH
6.3.10 NVM Fusing
6.3.10 NVM Fusing
6.3.11 NVM Xfer
6.3.11.2 NVM X’fer
6.3.13 NVM ROS
6.3.13.2 NVM ROS
6.3.12 NVM XERO
6.3.12 NVM XERO
6.3.15 NVM SYSTEM
6.3.15.2 NVM SYSTEM
6.3.14 NVM PROCON
6.3.14.2 NVM PROCON
6.3.16 NVM NET
6.3.16 NVM NET
6.3.18 NVM JOB ATTRIBUTE
6.3.18.2 NVM JOB ATTRIBUTE
6.3.17 NVM IPS
6.3.17 NVM IPS
6.3.19 NVM ACCOUNT MODE
6.3.19 NVM ACCOUNT MODE
6.3.20 NVM Jam Counter Clear Initialize HFSI
6.3.20 NVM Jam Counter Clear & Initialize HFSI
6.3.21 NVM FAX
6.3.21 NVM FAX
6.5 Service Mode
6.5.1 How to Enter the CE DIAG Mode/How to Exit from the CE DIAG Mode
6.5.1.1 UI CE Diag Mode Structure
6.5.1.2 How to Enter the CE Diag Mode
6.5.1.3 How to Exit from the CE Diag Mode
6.5.2 How to Use the CE DIAG Mode
6.5.2.1 Shutdown History
6.5.2.2 NVM Read / Write
6.5.2.3 Analog Monitor
6.5.2.4 NVM Initialize
6.5.2.5 Component Check
6.5.2.6 Maintenance Report
6.5.2.7 HFSI Counter Clear/Initialize
6.5.2.8 DATA All Delete
6.5.2.9 Test Pattern Print
6.5.2.10 ATC Check
6.5.2.11 Tone Up / Down
6.5.2.12 Read Temperature
6.5.2.13 IIT Calibration
6.5.2.14 IIT Breakdown Diagnosis
6.5.2.15 DADF Size Detect Auto Adjust
6.5.2.16 Self Test Settings (Fax)
6.5.2.17 Self Test Request (Fax)
6.5.2.18 Checking and Repairing the Billing Counter (621-400)
6.8 Fax Related Information
6.8.1 Activity Report (User Mode)
6.8.2 Activity Report (CE Mode)
6.8.3 Protocol Monitor
6.8.4 Protocol Trace
6.8.4.1 Protocol Trace
6.8.4.2 FCF/FIF Description
6.8.4.3 Bit 7 Description
6.8.4.4 Bit 6 Description
6.8.4.5 Bit 16 Description
6.8.4.6 Bit 15 Description
6.8.4.7 Bit 14~11 Description
6.8.4.8 Bit 10 Description
6.8.4.9 Bit 9 Description
6.8.4.10 Bit 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 72, 80, 88, 96, 104, 112 Description
6.8.4.11 Bit 21~23 Description
6.8.4.12 Bit 19, 20 Description
6.8.4.13 Bit 17, 18 Description
6.8.4.14 Bit 31 Description
6.8.4.15 Bit 28 Description
6.8.4.16 Bit 27 Description
6.8.4.17 Bit 26 Description
6.8.4.18 Bit 25 Description
6.8.4.19 Bit 1, 3, 33~38, 47, 49~51, 53~55, 57, 59, 60, 62, 65~71, 73~75, 81~84, 87, 92~95, 97~99, 101, 102 Description
6.8.4.20 Bit 46 Description
6.8.4.21 Bit 45 Description
6.8.4.22 Bit 44 Description
6.8.4.23 Bit 43 Description
6.8.4.24 Bit 42 Description
6.8.4.25 Bit 41 Description
6.8.4.26 Bit 79 Description
6.8.4.27 Bit 78 Description
6.8.4.28 Bit 77 Description
6.8.4.29 Bit 76 Description
6.8.4.30 Bit 105~109 Description
6.8.5 Super G3 Fax
6.8.5.1 Super G3 Fax
6.8.5.2 V.8 CM/JM Signal
6.8.5.3 V.8 Operation / Auto Send
6.8.5.4 V.8 Operation/Manual Send
6.8.5.5 Troubleshooting of Super G3 Fax

7. WIRING DATA
7.1 Plug/Jack Location List
7.1.1 Plug/Jack Location List
7.1.2 Plug/Jack Location
7.2 Wirenet Drawings
7.2.1 IOT/IIT
7.2.1.1 IOT ACH
7.2.1.2 IOT ACN
7.2.1.3 +24VDC-1
7.2.1.4 +24VDC-2
7.2.1.5 +5VDC/SLP +5VDC/+3.3VDC
7.2.1.6 +3.3VDC/SLP +3.3VDC
7.2.1.7 DC COM-1 (5V RTN)
7.2.1.8 DC COM-2 (5V RTN)
7.2.1.9 DC COM-3 (24V RTN)
7.2.56 DADF
7.2.56.1 DADF +5VDC
7.2.56.2 DADF +24VDC
7.2.56.3 DADF DC COM
7.3 BSD
7.3.1 Introduction
1. How to Use BSDs
2. Symbology
3. Signal Name
4. DC Voltage
5. Other Descriptions
7.3.3 BSD
Chain 1 Standby Power
CH1.1 Main Power On & M/C Power Control
CH1.2 DC Power Generation
CH1.3 IIT/DADF DC Power Distribution
CH1.4 Power Interlock Switching
CH1.5 Fuse & LED Location
Chain 2 Mode Selection
CH2.1 Control Panel
Chain 3 Machine Run Control
CH3.1 PWBS Communication (IIT/DADF)
CH3.2 PWBS Communication (STM/2TM)
CH3.3 PWBS Communication (NET)
CH3.4 Electric Billing
Chain 4 Start Print Power
CH4.1 Main Drive
Chain 5 Document Transportation
CH5.1 DADF Interlock and Document Setting
CH5.2 Document Size Sensing (1/2)
CH5.3 Document Size Sensing (2/2)
CH5.4 Document Feeding
CH5.5 Document Scan, Invert & Exit Transportation
CH5.6 Document Path & Drive Transmission
Chain 6 Imaging
CH6.1 Document Size Sensing
CH6.2 Document Illumination
CH6.3 Carriage Control
CH6.4 Image Input
CH6.5 Laser Scanning
Chain 7 Paper Supplying
CH7.1 Tray 1 Paper Size Sensing
CH7.2 Tray 2 Paper Size Sensing (1TM)
CH7.3 Tray 3 Paper Size Sensing (2TM)
CH7.4 Tray 4 Paper Size Sensing
CH7.5 Tray 1 Paper Stacking
CH7.6 Tray 2 Paper Stacking
CH7.7 Tray 3 Paper Stacking
CH7.8 Tray 4 Paper Stacking
CH7.9 MSI Paper Stacking
Chain 8 Paper Transportation
CH8.1 Tray 1 & MSI Paper Feeding
CH8.2 Tray 2 Paper Feeding & STM Paper Transportation
CH8.3 Tray 3/4 Paper Feeding & 2TM Paper Transportation
CH8.4 Registration
CH8.5 Paper Path & Drive Transmission
Chain 9 Marking
CH9.1 Charging, Exposure & Development
CH9.2 Toner Dispense & Toner Life Control
CH9.3 Image Transfer & Stripping
Chain 10 Fusing Paper Transportation
CH10.1 Fusing Heat (1/2)
CH10.2 Fusing Heat (2/2)
CH10.3 Fusing
CH10.4 Paper Exit & Duplex Transportation
Chain 34 FAX
CH34.1 Fax
7.4 Electrical Component Location
7.4.1 Sensor Location (DADF)
7.4.2 Sensor Location (IIT)
7.4.3 Sensor Location (L/H & Fusing)
7.4.5 Sensor Location (IOT Front)
7.4.7 Sensor Location (IOT Rear)

INSTALLATION/REMOVAL
9.1 Installation
9.1.1 Installation of Main Unit
9.1.5 One Tray Module
9.1.6 Stand
9.1.7 Two Tray Module
9.1.8 Fax Kit
9.1.9 Network Print Kit
9.1.10 Tray Lock Kit
9.2 Removal
9.2 Removal

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