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CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. Specifications ................................................................................................... 1 Panel Description ............................................................................................. 4 FAX CPU BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................... 9 ASSEMBLY / DIASSEMBLY ........................................................................... 11 4-1. Fax Controller Board Assembly and Disassembly ................................... 11 (1) With Printer Controller Board ........................................................... 11 (2) Without Printer Controller Board ...................................................... 14 4-2. NCU Controller Board Assembly / Disassembly ...................................... 18 4-3. PWB-C Board Assembly / Disassembly .................................................. 20 (1) With Fax Controller Board ............................................................... 20 (2) With Fax and Printer Controller Board ............................................. 23 (3) With Printer Controller Board ........................................................... 26 4-4. PWB-A Board Assembly / Disassembly .................................................. 29 (1) With Fax or Printer Controller Board ............................................... 29 4-5. Speaker and Battery Assembly / Disassembly ........................................ 31 4-6. Fax Panel Assembly / Disassembly ......................................................... 34 5. ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................. 35 5-1. ADJUST JUMPER SWITCH ON NCU BOARD ....................................... 35 5-2. Upgrading Fax Controller Firmware ......................................................... 36 (1) Upgrading Procedure Using RS-232C Interface ............................. 36 (2) Upgrading Procedure Using Telephone Line (from fax machine to fax machine) .................................................. 38 (3) Action Taken When Firmware Upgrading Fails ............................... 40 (4) Upgrading Procedure Using RS-232C Interface ............................. 41 6. Service Mode Function .................................................................................... 43 6-1. Description ............................................................................................... 43 (1) HOW TO ENTER INTO SERVICE MODE ....................................... 43 (2) KEY DEFINITION ............................................................................ 43 (3) FUNCTION ITEMS .......................................................................... 44 (4) Setting Procedure ............................................................................ 44 6-2. SERVICE'S CHOICE ............................................................................... 45 (1) MARKETING AREA ........................................................................ 46 (2) SHIPMENT DESTINATION ............................................................. 47 (3) MAINTENANCE COUNTER ............................................................ 47 (4) IU LIFE STOP MODE ...................................................................... 48 (5) ID ADJUST ...................................................................................... 48 (6) VG ADJUST .................................................................................... 48 (7) LEADING EDGE ERASE ................................................................ 49 (8) TRAILING EDGE ERASE ................................................................ 49 (9) VERTICAL EDGE ERASE ............................................................... 49 (10) LOOP ADJUST (TRAY1), (TRAY 2-5), (BYPASS) .......................... 49 (11) PRIORITY FLS ................................................................................ 50 (12) TX SPEED ....................................................................................... 50 (13) RX SPEED ...................................................................................... 50 (14) TX LEVEL ........................................................................................ 50 (15) RX LEVEL ....................................................................................... 51

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6-3.

6-4.

6-5. 6-6.

6-7. 6-8.

(16) DTMF LEVEL .................................................................................. 51 (17) CNG LEVEL .................................................................................... 51 (18) CED LEVEL ..................................................................................... 52 (19) ECM MODE ..................................................................................... 52 (20) CODING SCHEME .......................................................................... 52 (21) REPORT DESTINATION ................................................................ 53 (22) TONER EMPTY REPORT ............................................................... 54 (23) IU LIFE REPORT ............................................................................ 54 (24) MAINTENANCE REPORT .............................................................. 54 (25) PROTOCOL REPORT .................................................................... 54 (26) CUSTOMER ID ............................................................................... 54 ADJUST ................................................................................................... 55 (1) PRN MAIN REGIST Ad1 ................................................................. 55 (2) PRN SUB REGIST Ad2 ................................................................... 56 (3) CCD MAIN ZOOM Ad3 .................................................................... 56 (4) CCD SUB ZOOM Ad4 ..................................................................... 57 (5) CCD MAIN REGIST Ad5 ................................................................. 57 (6) CCD SUB REGIST Ad6 ................................................................... 58 (7) ADF SUB ZOOM Ad7 ...................................................................... 58 (8) ADF MAIN REGIST Ad8 .................................................................. 59 (9) ADF SUB REGIST Ad9 ................................................................... 59 (10) ATDC GAIN Ad10 ............................................................................ 60 (11) Model Setting Ad11 ......................................................................... 60 (12) Serial number Ad12 ......................................................................... 60 COUNTER ............................................................................................... 61 (1) Total Counter ................................................................................... 61 (2) Size Counter .................................................................................... 61 (3) PM counter ...................................................................................... 61 (4) Maintenance counter ....................................................................... 62 (5) Supplies Life Counter ...................................................................... 62 (6) Application Counter ......................................................................... 62 (7) Misfeed Counter .............................................................................. 62 (8) Trouble counter ............................................................................... 63 (9) Paper Size Counter ......................................................................... 64 Display ..................................................................................................... 65 FAX SET .................................................................................................. 66 (1) PAPER FEED TEST ........................................................................ 66 (2) PROCESS CHECK ......................................................................... 66 (3) ATDC SENSOR ADJUST ................................................................ 67 (4) PRINT TEST PATTERN .................................................................. 67 (5) ADF FEED TEST ............................................................................. 67 (6) COPY ADF GLASS AREA .............................................................. 68 (7) CCD MOVE TO HOME ................................................................... 68 (8) UPLOAD FIRMWARE ..................................................................... 68 (9) FAX RES. COPY TEST ................................................................... 68 SOFT SWITCH ........................................................................................ 69 REPORTING ........................................................................................... 70

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(1) SERVICE DATA LIST ...................................................................... 70 (2) ERROR CODE LIST ........................................................................ 73 (3) T.30 PROTOCOL LIST .................................................................... 74 6-9. Administrator number registration ............................................................ 77 6-10.Fixed zoom change ................................................................................. 78 6-11.FACTORY TEST ..................................................................................... 79 6-12.CLEAR DATA .......................................................................................... 79 (1) DRAM CLEAR ................................................................................. 79 (2) SRAM CLEAR ................................................................................. 79 (3) TOTAL COUNT ............................................................................... 79 (4) PM COUNTER ................................................................................ 79 (5) MEMORY CLEAR ........................................................................... 80 (6) TOTAL CLEAR ................................................................................ 80 6-13.SECURITY .............................................................................................. 81 (1) Total Counter counting .................................................................... 81 (2) Size counter counting ...................................................................... 82 (3) Plug-in counter copying Enable/Disable .......................................... 82 (4) Machine counter .............................................................................. 82 7. Soft Switch Set ................................................................................................ 83 7-1. Description ............................................................................................... 83 7-2. Default setting .......................................................................................... 83 (1) Country for each Marketing area ..................................................... 83 7-3. Default softswitch setting for each Market area ....................................... 84 7-4. Soft Switch definition ............................................................................... 86 (1) SOFT SWITCH: 01 .......................................................................... 86 (2) SOFT SWITCH: 02 .......................................................................... 87 (3) SOFT SWITCH: 03 .......................................................................... 88 (4) SOFT SWITCH: 04 .......................................................................... 89 (5) SOFT SWITCH: 05 .......................................................................... 90 (6) SOFT SWITCH: 06 .......................................................................... 91 (7) SOFT SWITCH: 07 .......................................................................... 92 (8) SOFT SWITCH: 08 .......................................................................... 93 (9) SOFT SWITCH: 09 .......................................................................... 94 (10) SOFT SWITCH: 10 .......................................................................... 95 (11) SOFT SWITCH: 11 .......................................................................... 96 (12) SOFT SWITCH: 12 .......................................................................... 97 (13) SOFT SWITCH: 13 .......................................................................... 98 (14) SOFT SWITCH: 14 .......................................................................... 99 (15) SOFT SWITCH: 15 .......................................................................... 100 (16) SOFT SWITCH: 16 .......................................................................... 100 (17) SOFT SWITCH: 17 .......................................................................... 101 (18) SOFT SWITCH: 18 .......................................................................... 102 (19) SOFT SWITCH: 19 .......................................................................... 103 (20) SOFT SWITCH: 20 .......................................................................... 104 (21) SOFT SWITCH: 21 .......................................................................... 105 (22) SOFT SWITCH: 22 .......................................................................... 106 (23) SOFT SWITCH: 23 .......................................................................... 107

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(24) SOFT SWITCH: 24 .......................................................................... 107 (25) SOFT SWITCH: 25 .......................................................................... 108 (26) SOFT SWITCH: 26 .......................................................................... 109 (27) SOFT SWITCH: 27 .......................................................................... 110 (28) SOFT SWITCH: 28 .......................................................................... 111 (29) SOFT SWITCH: 29 .......................................................................... 112 (30) SOFT SWITCH: 30 .......................................................................... 113 (31) SOFT SWITCH: 31 .......................................................................... 114 (32) SOFT SWITCH: 32 .......................................................................... 114 (33) SOFT SWITCH: 33 .......................................................................... 115 (34) SOFT SWITCH: 34 .......................................................................... 116 (35) SOFT SWITCH: 35 .......................................................................... 117 (36) SOFT SWITCH: 36 .......................................................................... 118 (37) SOFT SWITCH: 37 .......................................................................... 119 (38) SOFT SWITCH: 38 .......................................................................... 120 (39) SOFT SWITCH: 39 .......................................................................... 121 (40) SOFT SWITCH: 40 .......................................................................... 122 (41) SOFT SWITCH: 41 .......................................................................... 123 (42) SOFT SWITCH: 42 .......................................................................... 123 (43) SOFT SWITCH: 43 .......................................................................... 124 (44) SOFT SWITCH: 44 .......................................................................... 124 (45) SOFT SWITCH: 45 .......................................................................... 125 (46) SOFT SWITCH: 46 .......................................................................... 126 (47) SOFT SWITCH: 47 .......................................................................... 127 (48) SOFT SWITCH: 48 .......................................................................... 127 (49) SOFT SWITCH: 49 .......................................................................... 128 (50) SOFT SWITCH: 50 .......................................................................... 129 (51) SOFT SWITCH: 51 .......................................................................... 130 (52) SOFT SWITCH: 52 .......................................................................... 131 (53) SOFT SWITCH: 53 .......................................................................... 131 (54) SOFT SWITCH: 54 .......................................................................... 132 (55) SOFT SWITCH: 55 .......................................................................... 133 (56) SOFT SWITCH: 56 .......................................................................... 133 (57) SOFT SWITCH: 57 .......................................................................... 134 (58) SOFT SWITCH: 58 .......................................................................... 134 (59) SOFT SWITCH: 59 .......................................................................... 135 (60) SOFT SWITCH: 60 .......................................................................... 136 (61) SOFT SWITCH: 61 .......................................................................... 137 (62) SOFT SWITCH: 62 .......................................................................... 138 (63) SOFT SWITCH: 63 .......................................................................... 138 (64) SOFT SWITCH: 64 .......................................................................... 139 8. Fax Protocols ................................................................................................... 140 8-1. G3 ECM (G3 Error Correction Mode) ...................................................... 140 8-2. Line Control ............................................................................................. 141 (1) Procedure of G3 mode communication ........................................... 141 9. Error Code ....................................................................................................... 142 9-1. Reception ................................................................................................. 142 9-2. Transmission ........................................................................................... 144

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1.

Specifications
Item Specifications Group3 Yes PSTN, PABX 33.6kbps, Automatic fall back MH/MR/MMR/JBIG No Option Yes (FAX NIC required) 4 MB 8 MB A3 3.0 sec. ITU-T No.1, 33.6k with JBIG (A4-L)

General Protocol (Compatibility) Multi access Applicable line Maximum data rate (bps) Coding scheme Dual line Internet fax Error correction mode (ECM) Standard memory Optional memory Transmission Max. Document (Original) size Transmission speed

143 Location per session Function Broadcasting One touch key Speed dial On the fly (Ten key) Total Memory TX Quick memory TX ADF TX Manual TX Timer TX Polling TX Book TX Confidential mailbox TX Sub-address [SUB] capability Password [PWD] capability Relay initiate Relay broadcast Batch TX F code function Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - 30 files Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Location 27 100 16 143

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Item TX resolution Receiving Max. recording paper size Confidential mailbox RX Selective polling reception Memory RX Memory RX mode RX reduction RX mode Printing mode Footer RX resolution Dialing One-touch Auto Dial Speed dial Programming dial Group dial Auto redial Last redial Chain dial Combination dial Phone Book On-hook dial Scanning Scanner type Size of document Max. effective scan width Maximum number of stacked originals Contrast control Gray scale Recording Printer type Laser CCD A5 - A3 27 key 100 A3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Auto/Manual

Specifications Standard: 203 98 dpi / 8 3.85 dpm Fine: 203 196 dpi / 8 7.7 dpm S-Fine: 406 392 dpi / 16 15.4 dpm

100% Bottom cut Auto reduction (70% - 100%) Yes Standard: 203 98 dpi / 8 3.85 dpm Fine: 203 196 dpi / 8 7.7 dpm S-Fine: 406 392 dpi / 16 15.4 dpm

4 key (No.24 - No. 27) 27 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

4896 pixels per scanning line length of 300 mm 1% 50 pages Normal/Dark/Light 256 levels

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Item Printing resolution Smoothing Continuous printing speed Report TX confirmation report TX error report RX result report Activity report Memory data list Memory image list Key setting list Broadcast result report Relay broadcast report Machine status list Consumable order report PCL configuration page (for printer option) PCL font list (for printer option) Backup RAM lost report Other Features Speaker Daylight saving time Ext.phone connector RTC backup Multi-copy No toner Substitute receiving PC Function LSD initial set RS232 Port function No paper Paper jam Yes Yes Yes 2.5 years 99 pages Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Specifications 600(H) 600 (V) dpi 15 ppm(7115F) 18 ppm (7118F)

Class 1 function TWAIN scanner function

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2.

Panel Description

Except Europe Area
11 14 13 9 12 10

8 7

22 21

20

19 16

17 18

15

3

5 4

6

1

2

27 37 38 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 26 25 24

43 42

41

40

39

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4

Europe Area
11 14 13 9 12 10

8 7

22 21

20

19 16

17 18

15

3

5 4

6

1

2

27 37 38 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 26 25 24

43 42

41

40

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Key Function No. 1 2 Key Start Key Stop Key Starts a fax transmission. Starts copying. Stops the fax transmission or reception. Stops the multi-page copy operation. Return to the initial setting Initial: Number of Copies Zoom ratio: Copy Function: Density: Copy mode: Paper source: Initial: Standby: 3 Auto Reset Key Under communication Copy mode 1 Full size Initial setting by user Initial setting by user Initial setting by user Initial setting by user Fax mode Date, Time, Memory volume, Message prompting of the document loading. Communication status, Remote Station's ID, Memory volume, Message prompting of the document loading. Number of RX pages, Memory volume, Message prompting of the document loading. Display of Mailbox RX, Memory volume, Message prompting of the document loading. Error message Content of error Display of standby and T Display of standby and P Function

RX in Memory:

RX in Mailbox: Machine Error: Number of RX pages: Timer TX in Memory Polling TX in Memory

Substitute RX in Memory: Display of memory RX

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KEYPAD

Input fax number. Input numeral in registration of name. Input speed dial number. Specify fax function or initial set item. Send tone signal. External / Internal function. Sets the copier into, or lets it leave the Interrupt mode. Sets the copier into the Energy Saver mode. If default of Personal identification is ON, it changes from the present section and is made a section number input screen. Change panel display to Copy mode.

5 6 7 8 9

Tone Key External Key Interrupt Key POWER SAVE Key ID Key

10 Copy Key

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No. 11 Fax Key

Key

Function Change panel display to Fax mode. Change panel display to Scan mode. Validate the item and number or character entered. Clear number or character entered. Back to the previous display. Used to select a preset enlargement or reduction ratio. With each press, a zoom ratio between 0.50 and 2.00 in 0.01 increments is selected. Used to specify the selection above or below in setting screens and menus. Press to select either Auto Paper or Auto Size. Press to select the paper size. Used to specify the scanning density of copies. Used to specify the selection at the left or right in setting screens.

12 Scan Key 13 YES / ENTER Key 14 No/Clear Key 15 16 LENS Key, Up and Down Keys 17 18 APS / APM Key PAPER SIZE Key 19 (SIZE Key) 20 21 22 DENSITY Key, left and right Keys

1. One-touch dial 01 - 27 2. Group dial 01 - 27 3. Program dial 24 - 27 4. Input @ in registration of name. 5. Input "." (dot signal) in registration of name. 6. Input "_" in registration of name. 7. Input "+" in registration of dial number. 23 One-touch Dial Keys 8. Input "-" (minus signal) in registration of dial number. 9. Input symbols in registration of name. 10. Input European font in registration of name. 11.When entering a number or character, delete the character or the place with cursor. 12. When entering a number or character, insert a space in the place with cursor. 24 Mail Key 25 Speed Dial Key 26 FAX SET Key Change the function of One-touch key to either selection of the registered destination or input of character. Call Speed dial. Call Fax communication function.

TEL BOOK Key 27 Retrieval and call Registered dial. (PHONE BOOK Key) 28 Redeal/Pause Key Call the last dialing number. When entering the dial number, insert a pause function in the place with cursor.

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No.

Key Call book TX function.

Function Press to answer the call. Press again to hang up. Select the resolution and the image mode for transmission. Set machine status, initial setting for copy, Fax operations and register dials. Display communication result. Display machine counter. Print report. Select the Book Document (page-by-page)/Book document (Spread). Press to select the File Margin mode. Press to select the Copy mode. Press to make a copy with different zoom ratios set for X (horizontal) and Y (vertical) directions. Press to copy an original with the original tonal arrangements reversed. Press to select the finishing function.

29 Book TX Key 30 ON-HOOK Key 31 Resolution Key 32 Initial Set Key

33 Confirm Key

34 Original Key 35 IMAGE SHIFT Key 36 COMBINATION Key 37 X/Y Zoom Key 38 REVERSE IMAGE Key 39 OUTPUT Key 40

ERASE Key Press to select the erase position. (MARGIN ERASE Key) Press to recall either one of the two jobs previously stored in memory. Press to select the Job Input mode. Two different jobs can be programmed. Lit while data received from personal computer is being printed. Blinks while data is being transferred. For details, refer to the Printer Controller User Manual.

41 Job Recall Key 42 JOB STORE Key

43 PRINT Key / indicator

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FAX CPU BLOCK DIAGRAM

FAX NIC BOARD
JP5 JP4

RJ45

TEL LINE

NCU BOARD
U40 U23
MODEM FM336

CN1

U1
NS32FX 164AV

U17
ASIC NS32FX200 -25 RTC A/D BUS

CODEC PM-22C -33

CN5

COPIER BOARD
JP2 JP14

U8/9
SRAM 32KX8 -70 2 Pices

U14

CN1

DRAM CONTROL ASIC FLASH 512KX16 -90

U27
S-ASIC

OPTION 8MB DRAM Board
CN2

DRAM 1MX16b 3 Pices

Serial CN6 CN3

BATTERY

U12/13/52

U4/61

EPROM 64KX8 -70 2 Pices

CN7

SPEAKER

U5/6
4507M503AC

1. Memory TX Data Flow
U12/ U13/ U52
PWB-C SDRAM 4MX16 JBIG FILE FILE BUFFER FAX CPU EDO DRAM FILE MEMORY

CCD

U40
FAX PM-22C ENCODE TTI DECODE JBIG ENCODE MH MR...

U12/ U13/ U52
FAX CPU DRAM ENCODE TEMP BUFFER FAX CPU DRAM DECODE TEMP BUFFER DRAM FRAME BUFFER MODEM FM336

NCU

U12/ U13/ U52

U23

4507M504AC

U12/ U13/ U52

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2. Hook TX Data Flow
U12/ U13/ U52
PWB-C SDRAM 4MX16 IMAGE DATA PO BUFFER FAX CPU SCAN BUFFER

U40
FAX PM-22 ENCODE TTI ENCODE IMAGE DATA MH MR...

CCD

U12/ U13/ U52
FAX CPU EDO DRAM TEMP BUFFER

U12/ U13/ U52
DRAM FRAME BUFFER

U23
MODEM FM336 NCU
4507M505AC

3. TWAIN and CLASS1 Data Flow
U12/ U13/ U52
PWB-C SDRAM 4MX16 IMAGE DATA PO BUFFER FAX CPU SCAN BUFFER

CCD

U40
FAX PM-22C ENCODE MH CODE

U12/ U13/ U52
FAX CPU EDO DRAM TEMP BUFFER

U27

S-ASIC

PC
4507M506AC

4. RX (NON ECM, MH or MR) and Print out Data Flow
U12/ U13/ U52
DRAM FRAME BUFFER

U12/ U13/ U52
SOFTWARE DECODE IMAGE DATA

U23
NCU MODEM FM336

U12/ U13/ U52
DECODE TEMP BUFFER

U40
PM-22 DECODE IMAGE DATA

U12/ U13/ U52 U12/ U13/ U52
EDO FILE MEMORY

U40
PM-22 DECODE IMAGE DATA FAX CPU EDO DRAM PRINT TEMP BUFFER

U17
FX200

PWB-C SDRAM FAX PAGE BUFFER

IMAGE ASIC

C-ASIC

ENGINE

4507M508AC

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4.
4-1.
(1)

ASSEMBLY / DIASSEMBLY
Fax Controller Board Assembly and Disassembly
With Printer Controller Board 1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover and remove the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D502AA

3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

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4. Remove the screw for the ground wire of the NCU Controller Board.

4507D504AA

5. Remove the 16 screws to remove the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

NOTE Remove the Speaker Connector before removing the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D505AA

6. Remove the 8 screws to remove the Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D506AA

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7. Remove the 4 screws for the Printer Controller Board and the Fax Controlle Board. 8. Remove the Battery Connector.

4507D507AA

9. Remove the 6 screws to remove the I/F Bracket Assembly.

4507D508AA

10. Remove the 2 screws and the 2 PWB Supports to remove the NCU Controller Board.

4507D509AA

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Shoulder Screws

11. Remove the 2 screws, the 2 shoulder screws to remove the Fax Controller Board.

4507D507AA

(2)

Without Printer Controller Board 1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover.

4507D502AA

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3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

4. Remove the screw for the ground wire of the NCU Controller Board.

4507D504AA

5. Remove the 16 screws to remove the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

NOTE Remove the Speaker Connector before removing the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D505AA

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6. Remove the 8 screws to remove the Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D506AA

7. Remove the 2 screws for the Fax Controller Board. 8. Remove the Battery Connector

4507D511AA

9. Remove the 6 screws to remove I/F Bracket Assembly.

4507D512AA

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10. Remove the 2 screws and 2 PWB Supports to remove the NCU Controller Board.

4507D513AA

11. Remove the 2 screws, the 2 shoulder screws to remove the Fax Controller Board. Shoulder Screws

4507D514AA

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4-2.

NCU Controller Board Assembly / Disassembly
1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover.

4507D502AA

3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

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4. Remove the screw for the ground wire of the NCU Controller Board.

4507D504AA

5. Remove the 16 screws to remove the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

NOTE Remove the Speaker Connector before removing the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D505AA

6. Remove the 2 screws and the 2 PWB Supports to remove the NCU Controller Board from the Fax Controller Board.

4507D515AA

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4-3.
(1)

PWB-C Board Assembly / Disassembly
With Fax Controller Board 1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover.

4507D502AA

3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

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4. Remove the screw for the ground wire of the NCU Controller Board.

4507D504AA

5. Remove the 16 screws to remove the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

NOTE Remove the Speaker Connector before removing the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D505AA

6. Remove the 8 screws to remove the Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D506AA

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7. Remove the 2 screws for the Fax Controller Board. 8. Remove the Battery Connector.

4507D511AA

9. Remove the 6 screws to remove the I/F Bracket Assembly.

4507D512AA

10. Remove all connectors on the PWB-C Board. 11. Remove the 6 screws to remove the PWB-C Board.

4507D516AA

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(2)

With Fax and Printer Controller Board 1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover.

4507D502AA

3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

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4. Remove the screw for the ground wire of the NCU Controller Board.

4507D504AA

5. Remove the 16 screws to remove the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

NOTE Remove the Speaker Connector before removing the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D505AA

6. Remove the 4 screws for the Fax Controller Board and the Printer Controller Board. 7. Remove the Battery Connector.

4507D507AA

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8. Remove the 6 screws to remove the I/F Bracket Assembly.

4507D508AA

9. Remove all connectors on the PWB-C Board. 10. Remove the 6 screws to remove the PWB-C Board.

4507D516AA

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(3)

With Printer Controller Board 1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover.

4507D502AA

3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

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4. Remove the 16 screws to remove Fax Shield Cover.

4507D517AA

5. Remove the 8 screws to remove the Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D506AA

6. Remove the 2 screws for the Printer Controller Board.

4507D528AA

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7. Remove the 6 screws to remove the I/F Bracket Assembly.

4507D518AA

8. Remove all connectors on the PWB-C Board. 9. Remove the 6 screws to remove the PWB-C Board.

4507D516AA

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4-4.
(1)

PWB-A Board Assembly / Disassembly
With Fax or Printer Controller Board 1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover.

4507D502AA

3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

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4. Remove the screw for the ground wire of the NCU Controller Board (With Fax Controller Board only)

4507D504AA

5. Remove the 16 screws to remove the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

NOTE Remove the Speaker Connector before removing the Fax Shield Cover Assembly. (With Fax Controller Board only)

4507D505AA

6. Remove the 8 screws to remove the Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D506AA

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7. Remove all connectors on the PWB-A Board (except for PJ20). 8. Remove the 4 screws to remove the PWB-A Board.

4507D522AA

4-5.

Speaker and Battery Assembly / Disassembly
1. Turn off the power switch and remove the power cord, then raise the Automatic Document Feeder.

4507D501AA

2. Remove the 6 screws to remove the Rear Cover.

4507D502AA

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3. Remove the 5 screws to remove the Left Cover.

4507D503AA

4. Remove the screw for the ground wire of the NCU Controller Board.

4507D504AA

5. Remove the 16 screws to remove the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

NOTE Remove the Speaker Connector before removing the Fax Shield Cover Assembly.

4507D505AA

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6. Remove the 4 screws to remove the Speaker.

4507D524AA

7. Remove the Battery Connector for the Battery. 8. Remove the 2 screws to remove the Battery Fix Plate and the Battery.

4507D525AA

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4-6.

Fax Panel Assembly / Disassembly

Remove the 4 screws to remove the Fax Controller Panel Assembly

NOTE Remove the 2 connectors on the Fax Controller Board.

4507D526AA

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5.
5-1.

ADJUSTMENT
ADJUST JUMPER SWITCH ON NCU BOARD

Make the correct settings of the jumper switches at six places on the NCU Board according to the applicable marketing area. When the NCU Board has been replaced, check that the jumper switches are set as shown below.

JP1

321

JP6

1 2 3

1 2 JP3 3 1 2 JP4 3 1 2 JP5 3

321

JP2
12 3
Setting --- 1,2

4507D530AA

12

3
4507D529AA

Setting --- 2,3

Country Classification Jumper Switch Setting Type JP1 ~ JP6 Country USA, Canada, singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Russia, Iran, Bahrain, Qatar, Poland, Slovakia, Croatia, Czevh, Slovenia, Baltic, Romania, Ukraine, Kuwait, Philippine, Taiwan, UAE, Korea, New Zealand. Finland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, U.K, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Hungary, Austria. Australia, China. South Africa. China

STD

12,12,12,12,23,23

CTR-21

12,23,23,23,12,12

Australia South Africa China

12,23,12,12,23,23 23,23,12,12,23,23 12,12,12,12,23,12

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5-2.
(1)

Upgrading Fax Controller Firmware
Upgrading Procedure Using RS-232C Interface

1. Turn OFF the Power Switch. 2. Connect the Fax Board to the host computer using the RS-232C cable (Straight cable: terminated in female 9 pin D-Sub connection on both ends). 3. Turn ON the Power Switch. 4. Start the host computer and run "DOS prompt" or "command prompt." 5. Check the name of the serial port to be used.

NOTE COM1 or COM2 is usually set. The ports that can be used can be checked with the device manager of Windows.

6. Using the DOS mode command, set the mode for the serial port. If the port used is COM1, type C:\>mode com1:19,n,8,1 and then press the Enter key. 7. Check that the following message appears, indicating that the com1 device setting procedure is completed. COM1: 19200,n,8,18. Using the Copy command, send the source file to the Fax Board. type C:\>copy /b XXX.bin COM1 and then press the Enter key.

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9. The following message appears on the Message Panel and transfer of firmware data is started. (Wait until data transfer is completed.) FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD Data transfer started
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Approx. 15 min.

FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD

Data transfer completed
4507D532AC

PROGRAM FLASH
4507D534AC

10. The following message appears on the Message Panel, indicating that the firmware has been properly upgraded.

* PROGRAM COMPLETE * CHANGE JP5-PJ8

4507D534AC

11. Type "exit" and then press the Enter key. C:\>exit 12. Make sure that the host computer exits from "DOS prompt" or "command prompt." 13. Turn OFF and then ON the Power Switch.

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Upgrading Procedure Using Telephone Line (from fax machine to fax machine)

NOTE The firmware transmitter fax machine must be loaded with the latest version of the firmware. If the firmware is not upgraded, do that by following the "Upgrading Procedure Using RS-232C Interface" described in the previous section.
Select "FULL" for REMOTE MONITOR of the Administrator Mode.

NOTE For the REMOTE MONITOR setting, see "6-9 Administrator number registration."
1. Press the [INITIAL SET] Key. 2. Press the [Down] Key three times.
ADMN. MANAGEMENT? OK=YES / or 1-3

3. Press the [YES] Key.
ADMN. NO= - - - - - -

4. Enter the Administrator number then press [YES] Key.

NOTE Default Administrator number is "000000".
5. Press the Down Key two times, then press [YES] Key.
3 REMOTE MONITOR? OK=YES

6. Select "Full" using right/left Key, and press the [YES] key. 1 Set the firmware transmitter fax machine into the Service mode. INITIAL SET, Stop, 0, 0, Stop, 0, 1 2. Select "5. FAX SET" or "5. FUNCTION" by pressing the [Up] or [Down] Key. Then press [YES] Key. 3. Select "UPLOAD FIRMWARE" by pressing the [Up] or [Down] Key. Then press [Yes] Key. 4. Type the telephone number, to which the firmware receiver fax machine is connected. (The relevant one touch dial number may be used if the telephone number has been previously programmed in it.)

NOTE Up to 16 telephone numbers can be specified simultaneously for the firmware receiver fax machine.

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5. Press the [Start] key. This starts transfer of the data. The Message Panel of the transmitter fax machine displays the same screen as that appearing during ordinary faxing. When the data transfer is completed, the ordinary standby screen reappears on the Message Panel. 1. The firmware receiver fax machine receives the firmware data. The following message appears on the Message Panel, indicating that transfer of firmware data is started.

NOTE Do not use any of the printer and copier functions until upgrading of firmware is completed.

FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD

Data transfer started

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Approx. 15 min.

FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD

Data transfer completed
4507D532AC

PROGRAM FLASH ROM " PLEASE WAIT! "

Firmware being uploaded
4507D534AC

2. The following message appears on the Message Panel of the firmware receiver fax machine, indicating that upgrading of the firmware is completed. PROGRAM COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY OFF/ON

4507D534AC

3. Turn OFF and ON the Power Switch of the firmware receiver fax machine.

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Action Taken When Firmware Upgrading Fails

Take the following action when upgrading of firmware is not completely properly.

CN6 U4 FlashROM JP6 1 1 1 JP8 1

U61 Flash ROM

2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 JP5 JP7

U6 Service Download BIOS

U5 Service Download BIOS

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Service Download BIOS U5 and U6 (Parts No. : 27BE9701*)

1. Turn OFF the Power Switch. 2. Change the setting for jumper switches JP5 to JP8 on the Fax Board from "2-3" to "1-2."
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
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JP5 JP6 JP7 JP8

JP5 JP6 JP7 JP8

3. Mount "Service Download BIOS U5 and U6" on memory sockets U5 and U6 on the Fax Board. 4. Connect the Fax Board to the host computer using the RS-232C cable (DB-9 connector). 5. Start the host computer and start "DOS prompt" or "command prompt." 6. Turn ON the Power Switch. The Message Panel will show the following message.

WAIT PROGRAM
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Upgrading Procedure Using RS-232C Interface

1. Turn OFF the Power Switch. 2. Connect the Fax Board to the host computer using the RS-232C cable (Straight cable: terminated in female 9 pin D-Sub connection on both ends). 3. Turn ON the Power Switch. 4. Start the host computer and run "DOS prompt" or "command prompt." 5. Check the name of the serial port to be used.

NOTE COM1 or COM2 is usually set. The ports that can be used can be checked with the device manager of Windows.

6. Using the DOS mode command, set the mode for the serial port. If the port used is COM1, type C:\>mode com1:19,n,8,1 and then press the Enter key. 7. Check that the following message appears, indicating that the com1 device setting procedure is completed. COM1: 19200,n,8,18. Using the Copy command, send the source file to the Fax Board. type C:\>copy /b XXX.bin COM1 and then press the Enter key.

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9. The following message appears on the Message Panel and transfer of firmware data is started. (Wait until data transfer is completed.) FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD Data transfer started
4507D531AC

Approx. 15 min.

FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD

Data transfer completed
4507D532AC

PROGRAM FLASH ROM * PLEASE WAIT! *
4507D534AC

10. The following message appears on the Message Panel, indicating that the firmware has been properly upgraded.

PROGRAM COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY OFF/ON

4507D534AC

11. Type "exit" and then press the Enter key. C:\>exit 12. Make sure that the host computer exits from "DOS prompt" or "command prompt." 13. Turn OFF and then ON the Power Switch. 14. Change the setting for jumper switches JP5 to JP8 on the Fax Board from "1-2" to "2-3" (to return to the initial setting). 15. Remove "Service Download BIOS U5 and U6" from memory sockets U5 and U6 on the Fax Board. 16. Turn ON the Power Switch.

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6.
6-1.
(1)

Service Mode Function
Description
HOW TO ENTER INTO SERVICE MODE

Press the following keys in this order to enter the Service mode: INITIAL SET, STOP, 0, 0, STOP, 0, 1.

NOTE After exiting the Service mode, be sure to turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
(2) Key Left Key Right Key Up Key Down Key Start Yes No/Panel Reset Stop One Touch Key Numeric Key KEY DEFINITION Definition Scroll Backward, Move Cursor Left Scroll Forward, Move Cursor Right Scroll Backward Scroll Forward Start Operation Enter the selected Mode Exit and return to next item Function Index Data Entry

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FUNCTION ITEMS No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Function Items displayed on the LCD panel SERVICE'S CHOICE ADJUST COUNTER DISPLAY FUNCTION SOFT SWITCH REPORT ADMIN. REGISTRATION FIXED ZOOM CHANGE FACTORY TEST CLEAR DATA SECURITY

(4)

Setting Procedure

1. Call the Service mode to the screen. 2. Using the [Up] or [Down] key, select the desired function. 3. Press the Yes key to validate the function selected in step 2. Use the No key to undo the previous selection of the function. 4. For individual selection of subfunctions, use [Left] or [Right] key, or [Up] or [Down] key. 5. Press the Yes key to validate the selection.

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SERVICE'S CHOICE
Function items displayed on the LCD panel MARKETING AREA SHIPMENT DESTINATION MAINTENANCE COUNTER IU LIFE STOP MODE ID ADJUST VG ADJUST LEADING EDGE ERASE TRAILING EDGE ERASE VERTICAL EDGE ERASE LOOP ADJUST (TRAY 1) LOOP ADJUST (TRAY 2-5) LOOP ADJUST (BYPASS) PRIORITY FLS TX SPEED RX SPEED TX LEVEL RX LEVEL DTMF LEVEL CNG LEVEL CED LEVEL ECM MODE CODING SCHEME REPORT DESTINATION TONER EMPTY REPORT IU LIFE REPORT MAINTENANCE REPORT PROTOCOL REPORT CUSTOMER ID

The following function items are available.

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MARKETING AREA

Set the marketing area. If you change the marketing area, the soft switch (1-64) will change automatically. MARKETING AREA Setting Procedure Use the one touch key, or [Up] or [Down] key to select any number from 1 to 27. One Touch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Marketing area STANDARD (Factory use only) U.S.A. TAIWAN SPAIN ITALY BELGIUM NORWAY SWEDEN NETHERLANDS FINLAND DENMARK SWITZERLAND IRELAND PORTUGAL One Touch 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Marketing area SOUTH AFRICA GREECE ISRAEL AUSTRIA GERMANY FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM AUSTRALIA CHINA NEW ZEALAND KOREA CZECH SLOVAK

Use the [Up] or [Down] key to select the number. No. 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Marketing area HUNGARY UKRAINE BALTIC WEST EUROPE SLOVENIJA POLAND ROMANIA RUSSIA SINGAPORE MALAYSIA No. 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Marketing area HONG KONG PHILIPPINES THAILAND INDONESIA OMAN UAE QATAR BAHRAIN KUWAIT SAUDI ARABIA JAPAN

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SHIPMENT DESTINATION Description JAPAN INCH METRIC CHINA

Set the shipping destination.

Default : Sales Country Europe South Africa/ Australia Argentina Philippines (3) Default METRIC METRIC METRIC METRIC Sales Country Korea China USA/ Canada Taiwan Default METRIC CHINA INCH METRIC

MAINTENANCE COUNTER

The setting range of count value is 0-999999. It is used as guidelines for the number of copier to be made before the next maintenance time. Select the counting method of the maintenance counter. Setting Procedure 1. Select the setting value using the [Left] or [Right] key. 2. Press the Yes key. When 1 or 2 is selected for the setting value, the count value entry screen automatically appears. 3. Type the count value from the 10-Key Pad. 4. Press the Yes key. Setting value Meaning 0 1 2 NO COUNT PERMITS COPYING INHIBITS COPYING Specification Nothing Display "M1" Display "CALL SERVICE (M1)" Default

When count value becomes zero, a minus count is performed. It is countable to -99999.

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IU LIFE STOP MODE

The machine enters the IU Life Stop mode as soon as the count of the IU Life Counter reaches the life value which is calculated by an internal counter. The initial value of the IU Life Counter is 40,000. The IU Life Stop mode offers the following setting parameters: Setting Value Description Copying inhibited "M2" is displayed when the IU Life Counter reaches 40,000. The message "Call Service (M2)" is displayed and the print cycle is stopped when the IU Life Counter reaches 50,000. Default

STOP

Copying permitted CONTINUOUS "M2" is displayed and the print cycle is continued when the IU Life Counter reaches 40,000. When "Continuous" is selected, the IU Life Counter continues counting down even after it has read "0" and counts down to -99999. In this case, however, print quality is not guaranteed. (5) ID ADJUST Setting Value -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 (6) VG ADJUST Default

Adjust the printing density. The setting values are as follows.

Vary the Vg voltage to adjust image density. The function is used when a fog or a void occurs. Increase the setting value to eliminate void. Decrease the setting value to eliminate fog. Setting value -2 -1 0 1 2 Default

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LEADING EDGE ERASE Setting value 0 mm 1 mm 2 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm Default

Erase the leading edge image, the erase width ranging from zero to 5 mm.

(8)

TRAILING EDGE ERASE Default

Erase the trailing edge image, the erase width ranging from zero to 5 mm. Setting value 0 mm 1 mm 2 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm (9) VERTICAL EDGE ERASE Default

Erase the rear and front edges of the image. Setting Value 0 mm 1 mm 2 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm (10) LOOP ADJUST (TRAY1), (TRAY 2-5), (BYPASS) Adjust the length of the loop to be formed in paper before the Synchronizing Roller. When a skew or misfeed occurs. Can adjust for MP, Bypass and Tray 2 to Tray 5, setting value as below. (Unit=mm) No. Setting Value
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 9 0.6 10 1.1 11 1.7 12 2.2 13 2.8 14 3.3 15 3.9 -3.9 -3.3 -2.8 -2.2 -1.7 -1.1 -0.6



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(11) PRIORITY FLS Set the size of FLS. (F4 size) Contents 330 x 203 330 x 210 330 x 216 330 x 220 337 x 206 (12) TX SPEED Transmit start speed setting. Choose the mode from among the following. Default is V.34 33600. Mode V.34 V.17 V.33 V.29 V.27 Speed 33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800 14400, 12000, 9600, 14400, 12000 9600, 7200 4800, 2400 7200 Default Default

(13) RX SPEED Reception start speed setting. Choose the mode from among the following. Default is V.34 33600. Mode V.34 V.17 V.33 V.29 V.27 Speed 33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800 14400, 12000, 9600, 14400, 12000 9600, 7200 4800, 2400 7200 Default

(14) TX LEVEL PSK/FSK signal output level. Setting Value Default -2 dbm . . -9 dbm . . -17 dbm

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(15) RX LEVEL Reception sensitivity level. Setting Value -36 dbm . . -43 dbm . . -49 dbm (16) DTMF LEVEL Dual tone output level. Setting Value -2 dbm . . -10 dbm . . -17 dbm (17) CNG LEVEL Calling tone output level. Setting Value -2 dbm . . -11 dbm . . -17 dbm Default Default Default

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(18) CED LEVEL Answer tone output level. Setting Value -2 dbm . . -11 dbm . . -17 dbm (19) ECM MODE Select error correction mode. Setting Value ON OFF Description When an error occurs during communication, re-send the frame where the error occurs. Any error is ignored during communication. Default Default

(20) CODING SCHEME Select compression method in TX/RX mode. Setting Value JBIG MMR MR MH Default

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(21) REPORT DESTINATION Enter the telephone number for which the report is to be produced. Fax number specifications: An up-to-20-digit number that may consist of "0-9", " * ", and "#". (0-9, #, *) When any of the following conditions happens, the report is sent to the destination. 1. Toner-empty condition (Refer to (22) TONER EMPTY REPORT) 2. The IU Life Counter exceeds the specifications. (Refer to (23) IU LIFE REPORT) 3. The Maintenance Counter reaches a preset value. (Refer to (24) MAINTNANCE REPORT) The report will be produced at a timing of 20 min., 24 hours, 48 hours, and 72 hours after any of the above conditions has occurred until the condition disappears. If two or more conditions occur, only one report will be produced.

SERVICE REPORT NAME: ABC TEL: 886-3-4733507 DATE: APR.10.2001 12:20 The FAX's following condition appears, the machine may not work correctly, the Fax already sent a report to your dealer automatically. They will contact you soon. Toner status Maintenance counter Supplies life counter : Empty or Full : 125 : 39938

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(22) TONER EMPTY REPORT Select to generate a report to a specific destination when toner empty status occurs in the engine. Setting Value OFF ON Description Not to generate report. Generate a report to report destination. Default

(23) IU LIFE REPORT Select to generate the report when IU LIFE COUNTER becomes out of life. Setting Value OFF ON Description Not to generate a report. Generate a report to destination. Default

(24) MAINTENANCE REPORT Select to generate the report when Maintenance counter becomes zero. Setting Value OFF ON Description Not to generate report. To generate a report to report destination. Default

(25) PROTOCOL REPORT Print communication report. Choose one from among the following. Setting Value OFF ON ON (ERROR) Description Disable T.30 communication report. Print T.30 communication report. Print T.30 communication report when an error occurs. Default

(26) CUSTOMER ID Select to the maker name of this machine. Setting Value 1 2 Description KONICA Other Default

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6-3.

ADJUST
Description Adjust print start position in the CD direction for MP Tray. Adjust print start position in the FD direction. Adjust horizontal the zoom ratio in the CD direction. Adjust the zoom ratio in the FD direction. Adjust scan start position in the FD direction. Adjust scan start position in the CD direction. Adjust ADF zoom ratio in the FD direction. Adjust ADF start reading position in the CD direction. Adjust ADF start reading position in the FD direction. ATDC sensor Gain Manual adjustment. This test is for factory adjustment only and should NOT be used.

Following table lists all the adjustment items available for the machine. No. Indication on LCD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (1) PRN MAIN REGIST Ad1 PRN SUB REGIST Ad2 CCD MAIN ZOOM Ad3 CCD SUB ZOOM Ad4 CCD MAIN REGIST Ad5 CCD SUB REGIST Ad6 ADF SUB ZOOM Ad7 ADF MAIN REGIST Ad8 ADF SUB REGIST Ad9 ADTC GAIN Ad10 MODEL SETTING Ad11 SERIAL NUMBER Ad12 PRN MAIN REGIST Ad1

Adjust the CD start position while printing using TRAY1. It is used when the PH Unit has been replaced. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting.. Setting Value 60 61 62 . . 98 99 100 101 102 . . 138 139 140 Contents -4.0 mm -3.9 mm -3.8 mm . . -0.2 mm -0.1 mm 0 mm +0.1 mm +0.2 mm . . +3.8 mm +3.9 mm +4.0 mm Default

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PRN SUB REGIST Ad2

Adjust the FD start position while printing using TRAY1. It is used when the PH Unit has been replaced. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 67 68 69 . . 98 99 100 101 102 . . 130 131 132 133 Contents -6.14 mm -5.95 mm -5.77 mm . . -0.37 mm -0.19 mm 0 mm +0.19 mm +0.37 mm . . +5.58 mm +5.77 mm +5.95 mm +6.14 mm Default

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CCD MAIN ZOOM Ad3

Adjust CD zoom ratio during CCD scanning. It is used when the PH Unit or CCD Unit has been replaced. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 Contents -1.2 % -0.8 % -0.4 % 0 +0.4 % +0.8 % +1.2 % Default

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CCD SUB ZOOM Ad4

Adjust vertical zoom ratio while CCD scanning. It is used when the PH Unit or the Scanner Drive Cables have been replaced, or when the Scanner has been removed. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 (5) CCD MAIN REGIST Ad5 Contents -1.2 % -0.8 % -0.4 % 0 +0.4 % +0.8 % +1.2 % Default

Adjust CD start position while CCD scanning. It is used when the PH Unit or CCD Unit has been replaced. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 20 21 22 . . 98 99 100 101 102 . . 178 179 180 Contents -8.0 mm -7.9 mm -7.8 mm . . -0.2 mm -0.1 mm 0 mm +0.1 mm +0.2 mm . . +7.8 mm +7.9 mm +8.0 mm Default

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CCD SUB REGIST Ad6

Adjust FD start position while CCD scanning. It is used when the PH Unit or the Scanner Drive Cables have been replaced, or when the Scanner has been removed. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 60 61 62 . . 98 99 100 101 102 . . 138 139 140 (7) ADF SUB ZOOM Ad7 Contents -4.0 mm -3.9 mm -3.8 mm . . -0.2 mm -0.1 mm 0 mm +0.1 mm +0.2 mm . . +3.8 mm +3.9 mm +4.0 mm Default

Adjust FD zoom ratio while ADF scanning. It is used when the machine is set up, the PH Unit or Scanner Drive Cables have been replaced, or the Scanner has been removed. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 87 88 89 . . 100 101 102 . . 111 112 113 Contents 94.8 % 95.2 % 95.6 % . . 100 % 100.4 % 100.8 % . . 104.4 % 104.8 % 105.2 % Default

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ADF MAIN REGIST Ad8

Adjust FD start position while ADF scanning. It is used when the machine is set up, or the PH Unit or CCD Unit has been replaced. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 20 21 . . 99 100 101 . . 179 180 Contents -8.0 mm -7.9 mm . . -0.1 mm 0 mm +0.1 mm . . +7.9 mm +8.0 mm Default

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ADF SUB REGIST Ad9

Adjust FD start position while ADF scanning. It is used when the PH Unit or Scanner Drive Cables have been replaced, or the Scanner has been removed. Press START key to copy for test. Press YES key to adjust setting. Setting Value 50 51 52 . . 98 99 100 101 102 . . 148 149 150 Contents -5.0 mm -4.9 mm -4.8 mm . . -0.2 mm -0.1 mm 0 mm +0.1 mm +0.2 mm . . +4.8 mm +4.9 mm +5.0 mm Default

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(10) ATDC GAIN Ad10 Adjust the ATDC Sensor voltage. It is used when an IU of another machine is to be used or the T/C control voltage is to be changed. The value, to which ATDC Sensor Automatic Adjustment has been adjusted, is to be the setting value. Setting Value 123 124 125 . . 154 155 156 . . 184 185 186 (11) Model Setting Ad11 No. 1 2 (12) Serial number Ad12 This test is for factory adjustment only and should NOT be used. Default Contents 5.39V 5.43V 5.48V . . 6.75V 6.79V 6.84V . . 8.06V 8.11V 8.15V Default

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6-4.
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (1)

COUNTER
Indication on LCD TOTAL COUNTER SIZE COUNTER PM COUNTER MAINTENANCE COUNTER SUPPLIES LIFE COUNT APPLICATION COUNTER MISFEED COUNTER TROBLE COUNTER PAPER SIZE COUNTER Total Counter

The following counters can be shown on display.

Display the count of the Total Counter. The count system for the Total Counter is set by 6-13. SECURITY (2) Size Counter

Display the count of the Size Counter. The count system for the Size Counter is set by 6-13. SECURITY (3) PM counter

Counts the frequency of use of each of the different parts of the copier. The count should be cleared when the corresponding PM part is replaced. (see 612.CLEAR DATA) The element to count is as follows. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 PM counter Bypass Tray MP Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 ADF IR Ozone Filter Paper Dust Remover Indication on LCD BYPASS TRAY 1 TRAY 2 TRAY 3 TRAY 4 TRAY 5 ADF IR OZONE CLEANING

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Maintenance counter

Displays the current count value of the Maintenance Counter. (5) Supplies Life Counter

Displays the current count value of the Supplies Life Counter. (6) Application Counter No. 1 2 Indication on LCD COPY PRINT FAX PRINT Description Total number of copies made in copy mode. It counts at the time of discharge of a printed page. Number of printed pages for Fax RX. It counts at the time of discharge of a printed page. Total number of printed pages for reports. It counts at the time of discharge of a printed page for report. Total number of printed pages produced from PCL6. It counts at the time of discharge of a printed page. Total number of Fax TX pages. Transmitting number of sheets counts at the time of the completion of transmitting.

Displays the current count value of the Application Counter.

3

REPORT PRINT

4

PC PRINT

5

TX PAGE

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Misfeed Counter

Count the number of times a misfeed occurs. A sheet of paper left in the machine is not counted. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Description Bypass Tray MP Tray Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 Fuser Separator ADF (Take-up) ADF (Transport) ADF (Exit) Indication on LCD BYPASS TRAY 1 TRAY 2 TRAY 3 TRAY 4 TRAY 5 FUSER SEPARATOR ADF (PICK-UP) ADF (TSPT) ADF (EXIT)

Paper pick-up/transport PICK-UP/TSPT

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Trouble counter Counter name Main motor error. Fuser fan error. Power fan error. Toner bottle motor error. Transfer voltage error. Warm up error. Low Temp. error. High Temp. error. Home sensor error. Separator motor error. Shift motor error. ATDC sensor abnormal. ATDC adjustment abnormal. ASIC/ Memory error. Polygon mirror motor error. HSYNC Detect error. EEPROM Error. IR Lamp malfunction. Communication with option error. Modem error. ROM checksum error. Indication on LCD

Count the number of times a Trouble occurs.

[C0000] [C0045] [C004E] [C0070] [C0210] [C0500] [C0510] [C0520] [C0650] [C0B60] [C0B80] [C0F32] [C0F33] [C1200] [C1300] [C13F0] [C1468] [C14A3] [C133B] [C133C] [C133D]

Service call troubleshooting Service call Detection Timing Action It is not possible to communicate with the Printer Change the Printer Board within a predetermined period of time dur- Board or the Control ing a print cycle. Board. An error is detected of the modem chip on the Change the Fax Board. Fax Board when the Power Switch is turned ON. An error is detected of the flash ROM chip on the Change the Fax Board. Fax Board when the Power Switch is turned ON.

[C133B] [C133C] [C133D]

Refer to the Service Handbook of the copier for the troubles other than the above-mentioned.

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(9) No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Paper Size Counter Paper Size A3L B4L A4L A4C B5L B5C A5L A5C FLSL 11 17L 11 14L Legal L Letter L Letter C Invoice L Invoice C Other APS PAPER NOT APS PAPER FIXED PAPER OHP THICK PAPER Indication A3L B4L A4L A4C B5L B5C A5L A5C FLSL 11 17L 11 14L LEGAL L LETTER L LETTER C INVOICE L INVOICE C OTHER APS PAPER NOT APS PAPER FIXED PAPER OHP THICK PAPER

Counts the number of sheets of paper used according to the size and type.

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6-5.

Display
Description Display the ATDC sensor output (T/C ratio). Show Vg and Vb value from engine. Display the FAX ROM version. Display the FAX Total memory size. 16 or 32 MB for Copier memory. Version Information string for FNIC (I-FAX). If the optional FNIC kit is not mounted, this item is not available. Version Information string for P/C. If the optional printer kit is not mounted, "NOT AVAILABLE" is displayed. Memory size for PCL printer. If the optional printer kit is not mounted, this item is not available. Show machine serial number. Show "NOT AVAILABLE" if no PNIC kit. If no PNIC is installed, "NOT AVAILABLE" is displayed. Show Engine ROM Ver.

No. Indication on LCD 1 2 3 4 5 6 TONER DENSITY LEVEL PROCESS CONTROL FAX ROM VER. FAX RAM SIZE COPIER RAM SIZE FNIC VER.

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PCL PRINTER VERSION

8 9 10 11

PCL PRINTER RAM SIZE SERIAL NO. Main body PNIC (Printer NIC) VER. ENGINE F/W VER.

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6-6.

FAX SET
Description Printing paper feeding test from selected Tray. Select output of HV. This test is for factory adjustment only and should NOT be used. Automatic adjustment of ATDC sensor. Printing a pre-determined test pattern. ADF feeding test. Moving Scanner to home position. Uploading firmware to remote side machine. Fax resolution copy test.

No. Indication on LCD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (1) PAPER FEED TEST PROCESS CHECK ATDC SENSOR ADJUST PRINT TEST PATTERN ADF FEED TEST CCD MOVE TO HOME UPLOAD FIRMWARE FAX RES. COPY TEST PAPER FEED TEST

COPY ADF GLASS AREA Copy ADF glass area image.

Correct paper passage (paper transport path) is checked without involving any printing action. Select the paper source. Paper passage operation is checked. Scanning is not carried out. Perform a paper transport check until the paper tray is empty. Start by the start key and stop with a stop key. It cannot be operated at the time of warming up. It cannot operate when paper is set on the Single Bypass Tray. The counter does not count during test.(Total-counter etc.) (2) PROCESS CHECK

This test is for factory adjustment only and should NOT be used.

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ATDC SENSOR ADJUST

Automatic adjustment of ATDC sensor is performed. This test is used when the copier is set up, developer is changed, and the IU is replaced. Adjustment is started with the YES key. Stop automatically after adjustment. It is possible to stop with the "Stop" key in the middle of the adjustment sequence. (4) PRINT TEST PATTERN

Prints the test pattern. Select the tray to be used. Select the pattern (either pattern 1 or pattern 2). pattern 1 pattern 2

This function is used to identify the specific functional unit, either the engine or the IR, which is responsible for an image problem that has occurred. The following are the specific operations. Scanning is not carried out. It cannot operate at the time of warming up. Start with the "Start" key and stop with the "Stop" key. It cannot be operated if paper is set on a Single Bypass Tray. A printing paper source can be selected with "Paper" key, except Bypass tray [single /multi]. In the case of FAX model, select the printing paper source on the screen of the function mode. The counters do not count. (Total-counter etc.) (5) ADF FEED TEST

Paper passage operation of ADF is checked. Scanning is not carried out. Performs an ADF document passage test until all of the set document are fed. The test does not start if document is not loaded. Start with the start key and stop with stop key.

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COPY ADF GLASS AREA

Check to see if the glass within the scan area is scratchy or dirty. 1. Place a gray chart (O.D.=0.3) on the glass. 2. The Scanner moves from the standby position to a point 2 mm to left of the ADF scanning position. 3. The Scanner starts reading the gray chart as it moves to the right. 4. The machine produces two prints (to distinguish dirt on the glass from printer image noise). (7) CCD MOVE TO HOME

This function is used for securing the Scanner in position for shipment. The Scanner moves f