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LASER PRINTER

SS-1450

SERVICE
LASER PRINTER

Manual

CONTENTS

1. Precautions 2. Specifications 3. Disassembly and Reassembly 4. Troubleshooting 5. Exploded Views and Parts List 6. Electrical Parts List 7. Block Diagram 8. Connection Diagram 9. Schematic Diagrams 10. Circuit Description

1. Precautions
1-1 Safety Precautions

Read each caution carefully: 1. Do not use this printer near water or when exposed to inclement weather. 2. Do not place this printer on an unstable cart, stand or table; the product may fall, causing serious damage to the product. 3. Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation and to protect the printer from everheating, do not block or cover any of these openings. Do not place the printer in an enclosure unless the enclosure provides adequate ventilation. 4. Never push objects of any kind into the printer through the cabinet ventilation slots as they may touch dangerous high voltage points, create short circuits, cause a fire, or produce an electrical shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the printer. 5. Do not place the printer in a location where someone may trip on the cords. 6. Select a work surface that is large enough to hold the printer. 7. Position the printer within six feet of the computer and within five feet of an electrical outlet. 8. Operate this printer using the power source (110V, 220V, etc) indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power source available, consult your dealer or local power company. 9. If you need to use an extension power cord with this printer, make sure that it uses a three-wire grounded cord and that the total ampere ratings for all of the products using the extension do not exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also, make sure that the total of all products plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed 15 amperes. 10. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord or data communications cable. 11. Unplug this printer from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol sprays. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 12. Do not touch the surface of the photo-sensitive drum as marks or scratches may impair print quality. 13. Do not expose the drum unit to direct light for prolonged periods. 14. Use only standard papers, OHP films, and approved envelopes. Feed OHP films though the manual feed slot only. See specifications for approved papers and envelopes. 15. Other than replacing consumables such as paper and toner, refer all questions to qualified service personnel.

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Precautions

1-2 Laser Safety Statement


WARNING : NEVER OPERATE AND SERVICE THE PRINTER WITH THE PROTECTIVE COVER REMOVED FROM LASER/SCANNER ASSEMBLY. THE REFLECTIVE BEAM, ALTHOUGH INVISIBLE, CAN DAMAGE YOUR EYES.

Class 1 laser product Luokan 1 laserlaite Klass 1 laser apparat Allonpituus 770-795nm Teho 0.29mW0.02mW

LSU unit

CAUTION : LSU csution label is located on the LSU bottom side

Avoid exposure to invisible laser radiation when the development unit is not installed.

CAUTION

- INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN THIS COVER OPEN. DO NOT OPEN THIS COVER. - UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG, WENN ABDECKUNG GEFFNET. NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.

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ATTENTION ATTENZIONE

- RAYONNEMENT LASER INVISIBLE EN CAS DOUVERTURE.EXPOSITION DAN GEREUSE AU FAISCEAU. -RADIAZIONE LASER INVISIBILE IN CASO DI APERTURA. EVITARE LESPOSIZIONE AL FASCIO. - USYNLIG LASERSTRLNING VED BNING NR SIKKERHEDSBRYDERE ER UDE AF FUNKTION. UNDG UDSAETTELSE FOR STRLNING. - USYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DEKSEL PNES. STIRR IKKE INN I STRLEN. UNNG EKSPONERING FOR STRLEN. - OSYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DENNA DEL R PPAND OCH SPRREN R URKOPPLAD. BETRAKTA EJ STRLEN. STRLEN R FARLIG. - AVATTAESSA JA SUOJALUKITUS OHITETTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA NKYMTTMLLE LASERSTEILYLLE L KATSO STEESEEN.

PRECAUCION -RADIACION LASER IVISIBLE CUANDO SE ABRE. EVITAR EXPONERSE AL RAYO. ADVARSEL. ADVARSEL. VARNING VARO!

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Precautions

1-3 Servicing Precautions


Note : Requirements for AC power are described on the label affixed to the inside of the printer. Check the AC voltage rating requirement before use.
1. Before disassembly, pull the power plug from the AC power connector. 2. To avoid spilling toner inside the machine, do not turn the printer over or on its side before removing the developer cartridge. 3. Faulty installation of DRAMs may cause permanent damage to the Laser Printer. 4. Use only+5V power for video controller-related circuitry. 5. When replacing parts, use only the same type of part as the original. Replacing components with a second vendors part may cause faulty operation. 6. Check the insulation between the blades of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (examples : metal panels and input ports). 7. Insulation Checking Procedure: Disconnect the power cord from the AC power source. Connect an insulation resistance meter (500V) to the blades of the AC plug. The insulation resistance between each blade of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (see left) should be greater than 1 megaohm. 8. Never defeat any of the B+ voltage interlocks. Do not apply AC power to the unit (or any of its assemblies) unless all solid-state heat sinks are correctly installed. 9. Always connect a test instruments ground lead to the instrument chassis ground before connecting the positive lead; always remove the instruments ground lead last.

1-4 ESD Precautions


Some semiconductor (solid state) devices are easily damaged from static electricity. Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESDs); examples include integrated circuits (ICs), LargeScale Integrated circuits (LSIs), some field-effect transistors, and semiconductor chip components. The following techniques will reduce the occurrence of component damage caused by static electricity:

CAUTION : Be sure the power is off to the chassis or circuit board, and observe all other safety precautions
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor components assemblies, drain the electrostatic charge from your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging wrist strap device. (Be sure to remove the strap before applying power to the unit under test to avoid potential shock.) 2. After removing ESD-equipped assembly, place it on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil to prevent accumulation of an electrostatic charge. 3. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs. 4. Use only a ground-tip soldering iron when soldering or desoldering ESDs. 5. Use only anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices are not rated as antistatic;these can accumulate sufficient electrical

charge to damage ESDs. 6. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its protective package until you are ready to install it. Most replacement ESDs are package with leads that are electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or other conductive materials. 7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ESD, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. 8. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged replacement ESDs. Motion such as your clothes brushing together, or lifting a foot from a carpeted floor can generate enough static electricity to damage an ESC. 9. Handle ICs and EPROMs carefully to avoid bending a pin. 10. Pay attention to the direction of parts when mounting or inserting them on a PCB. 11. Components can be permanently damaged if heated for longer than necessary while welding. All components are susceptible to heat damage.

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2. Specifications
Note: It is subject to change without notice.

Item Engine Print Speed Resolution Source of Light Print Method Feed Method Paper Handling (input)

Specification & Description ML-6060 12PPM (A4 Size, 5% Character Pattern) True 600 x 600 dpi, 1200 DPI class with SRT Laser Diode (LSU:Laser Scanner Unit) + Electrophotography Non-impact Electrophotography Cassette & Manual, Option Feeder *Size (1) Standard : A4, Letter, Legal, B5, Executive, Folio (2) Envelope : MP Tray only Paper Type Monarch Com-10 Intl-DL Intl C5 (3) Universal type Length : 150 ~ 356 mm Width : 90 ~ 216 mm *Weigh : For Cassette, 60 ~ 90 g/m2 For MPF, 60 ~ 143 g/m2 Paper size(mm2) 98.5 x 190.5 104.9 x 241.3 110 x 220 162 x 229

Paper Handing (output) Feed Capacity

Face Down : 250 sheets, Face Up : 20 sheets Cassette : 550 sheets of paper (75g/m2) MP Tray : 100 sheets of paper (75g/m2) 30 sheets of transparencies 10 envelopes or card stocks 25 paper labels Option Cassette : 550 sheets of paper 30 seconds or less (23C, 50%) Tray1 : 15seconds or less Tray2 : 17seconds or less

Warm-up time First Print Time

Power Rating Power Consumption Power Saving Consumption Certification & Compliance Acoustic Noise Toner Supply Samsung Electronics

AC100~120V, 50/60Hz (3%) During Printing : 250WH (average) During Sleep : Less than 12W Less than 50W during 1 hour when it turned on 110V : UL,CSA,CDRH,FDA Stand by : Less than 35dB, Operating : Less than 48dB Print Cartridge 2-1

Specifications

Item Printing Area

Specification & Description No-print area : 3mm from edge(Top,Bottom,Left,Right) of listed core media No-print area : 3mm from edge(Top,Bottom,Left,Right) of envelope

Operating Environment Storage Environment Weigh External Dimension Print Cartridge

Temperature : 10~30C, Humidity : 20~80%RH Temperature : 0~35C, Humidity : 10~90%RH Net : Max 11Kg, Gross : 12Kg 420 (W) x 368 (D) x 220 (H)mm Life Span : 6,000 pages, 5% Pattern Developing : Non-magnetic Contact Developing Charging : Conductive Roller Charging Density Adjustment : 3 step (Light, Medium, Dark) Toner Supply Method : Exchanging the Developer Toner Checking Sensor : None Transfer System : Conductive Roller Transfer Fusing System : Temperature & Pressure Ozone Emission : Less than 0.1 PPM PCL5e,PCL6, optional PostScript Level 3 Compatible 1 bitmap 45 scalable (35 intelligent, 10 truetype) ARM7 TDMI (clock speed 66MHz) Standard : ML-6060,ML-6040 - 4M byte ML-6060N -16M byte Option SIMM Module ; 4, 8, 16, 32,64M byte *Refer to Operators Guide for instructions on SIMM installation. 2M byte (8M bit x 2 : Program) Flash Memory 512 bytes

Emulation Font

CPU RAM Memory

ROM EEPROM

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Specifications

Item Interface

Specification & Description Bidirectional Parallel Standard - IEEE 1284 COMPATIBLE MODE - IEEE 1284 NIBBLE MODE - IEEE 1284 BYTE MODE - IEEE 1284 ECP WITHOUT RLE - IEEE 1284 ECP WITH RLE USB Interface Standard - USB 1.0 compliant - 12Mbps 1 port

Network Interface 100 Base T or 10 Base T (Autoselect) Ethernet Interface Switching Interface Time Out Automatic (Parallel, USB, Network) 5 min (max.)

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Specifications

Item Network Network Operating Systems

Specification & Description

Windows 95/98 and Windows NT (3.51, 4.x ) Netware (3.x, 4.x), NDS and Bindery Mode /RPRINT, PSERVER Mode UNIX and Apple Talk

Network Protocols Supported

TCP/IP : Windows 95/98, Windows NT, UNIX IPX/SPX : Windows 95/98, Novell Netware DLC/LLC : Windows 95/98, Windows NT Ethertalk : Apple Talk SNMP : for Network Printer Administration

Network Card Interface Network Management S/W

Ethernet 10/100 BaseTX (Auto Negotiation) Samsungs Admin. Software Utility (SyncThru) SNMP and MIB-II Support, GUI based utility for Windows Systems and Test based utility for UNIX Systems HTTP server for web browser based network management (can manage NPC and printer options on Web Browser)

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3. Disassembly and Reassembly


3-1 General Precautions on Disassembly
When you disassemble and reassemble components, you must use extreme caution. The close proximity of cables to moving parts makes proper routing a must. If components are removed, any cables disturbed by the procedure must be restored as close as possible to their original positions. Before removing any component from the machine, note the cable routing that will be affected.

Whenever servicing the machine, you must perform as follows: 1. Remove the paper cassette(s), and the print cartridge. Do not expose the cartridge to direct room light or sun light, and be careful not to scratch the drum surface. 2. Turn the power switch off. 3. Unplug all the cables from the printer. 4. Replace with only an authorized component. 5. Do not force to open or fasten a plastic material component. 6. Be careful no obstacles are included when you reassemble components. 7. When you reassemble components, be careful small size components are located in place. 8. If you turn the machine over to replace some parts, toner or paper particles may contaminate the LSU window. Protect the LSU window with clean paper.

Releasing Plastic Latches

Many of the parts are held in place with plastic latches. The latches break easily; release them carefully. To remove such parts, press the hook end of the latch away from the part to which it is latched.

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3-2 Transfer Roller


1. Open the printer cover. 3. Hold the cap at the both end of the roller, then remove the roller.

2. Remove the cap.

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3-3 Controller Board


1. Remove two screws and remove the controller board. 2. Remove five screws securing the board and unplug all connectors, and then take the controller board out of the printer.

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3-4 Pickup Assembly


1. Turn the printer upside down. Remove four screws, then remove the bar cross bottom. 4. Take the assembly out.

Notice : Befor turn the printer over. Open the front cover, insert the white paperm to inside the machine in order to keep clean the LSU window from the dust.

2. Remove three screws from the left base bracket, and take the bracket out.

Push the solenoid if you havez difficulty to remove the pickup assembly.

5. Check the pickup rubber wear. If the rubber is heavily worn, replace it with a new one.

3. Remove four screws securing the pickup assembly.


Squeeze this tab to remove the rubber.

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Disassembly and Reassembly

3-5 Main Cover


1. Remove two screws and remove the controller board. 3. Open the printer cover, and open the MP tray.

2. Remove two screws at the back of the printer and unplug one connector from the board, then open the rear cover.

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4. Remove two screws securing the main cover.

6. Slide the main cover upward, out of the printer.

Note that the power switch and the power connecter are properly released when you remove the cover.

5. Unlatch the front ends of the cover.

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Disassembly and Reassembly

3-6 MP (Multi-Purpose) Tray


1. Before you remove the MP tray, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5)

2. Remove the stoppers securing the MP tray.

3-7 Exit Assembly


1. Before you remove the exit assembly, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5) 3. If you want to remove the roller shaft, unlatch both ends of the shaft and take it out.

2. Remove the exit tray in the direction of arrow.

4. If you want to remove the exit roller, sqeeze the bottom of the roller and take it out.

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3-8 LSU
1. Before you remove the LSU, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5) -Exit assembly (see page above)

2. Remove four screws, and remove the LSU. Then unplug two connectors from the LSU.

3-9 HVPS board


1. Before you remove the HVPS board, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5)

2. Remove five screws and take the HVPS board out.

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3-10 Drive Assembly


1. Before you remove the drive assembly, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5) 4. Remove the motor assembly. Remove two screws securing the motor to the motor bracket, then take the motor out.

2. Remove six screws securing the drive assembly from the gear bracket and unplug one connector from the motor, and then take the drive assembly out.

3. If you want to remove the motor from the drive assembly, remove three gold screws securing the motor assembly to the gear bracket.

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3-11 Fan
1. Before you remove the fan, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5)

2. Remove two screws, and remove the fan. Then unplug one connector.

3-12 Solenoid
1. Before you remove the solenoid, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5)

2. Remove two screws, and remove the solenoid. Then unplug one connector.

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3-13 Fuser Assembly


1. Before you remove the fuser, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5) Remove one screw, and release the wire from the three holders, and then take the thermistor out. 2. Remove four screws and unplug one connector, and then remove the fuser assembly. To remove the thermistor from the fuser assembly :

To remove the halogen lamp from the fuser assembly : Remove two screws and take the halogen lamp out of the fuser assembly.

To remove the thermostat from the fuser assembly Remove two screws and take the thermostat out.

Note: When you reassemble the halogen lamp, make sure that it is inserted into the slot properly.

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To remove the heat roller from the fuser assembly : 1. Before you remove the guide feed, you should remove: -Halogen lamp (see page 3-11) 2. Remove two CS-rings and two gears. Then remove two screws securing the BRKT gear fuser and take the gear fuser out.

To remove the pressure roller from the fuser assembly : Remove the roller.

pressure roller

BRKT gear fuser CS-ring

3. Remove two screws and take the cover fuser out.

4. Remove the heat roller.

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3-14 Guide Feed & PTL Lamp


1. Before you remove the guide feed & PTL lamp, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5) 4. Remove the guide feed.

2. Release the latches on the PTL lamp from the MPF assy and unplug one connector, then remove the PTL lamp.

PTL lamp

3. Remove guide feed spring and two screws,raise the feed guide in the direction of arrow.

Guide feed spring

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3-15 MPF Assembly and Miscellaneous on MPF Assembly


1. Before you remove the MPF assembly, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5) 2. Remove the roller.

2. Unplug two connectors and remove five screws, and then take the MPF assembly out.

To replace the nockup plate : 1. Turn the gear shown in the squre in the direction of arrow to release the nockup plate.

2. Remove the spring , then release the right end of the plate . To replace the pickup roller : 1. Remove the e-ring.

3. Remove the nockup plate.


e-ring

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Disassembly and Reassembly

To replace the Paper Empty (PE) sensor : 1. Release the wire from the two holders.

2. Raise the pickup holder in the direction of arrow.

3. Remove the pickup holder. 2. Unlatch the PE sensor, then take it out.

4. Remove the Adjust End MP

Adjust End MP

To replace the pickup holder and the Adjust End MP: 1. Remove two screws and remove the MPT bracket.

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3-16 Engine Board and Miscellaneous


1. Before you remove the engine board, you should remove: -Main Cover (see page 3-5) 4. While you push the latch to release the PCU shield, take the PCU shield out of the printer.

2. Remove six screws from the left and the right base brackets and take them out.

5. Unplug all connectors from the PCU shield, and remove the shield.

3. Remove nine screws securing the PCU shield and remove two screws securing the SCF connector, and then take the PCU shield out of the printer.

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To replace the exit board : 1. Unplug one connector from the controller board and remove one screw securing the board. Then release the wire from two holders and take the board out.

To replace the Cap sensor : Remove two screws and take it out.

To replace the fuser sensor : Remove two screws and take it out.

To replace the actuator empty : Take the sensor out while you squeeze the both ends of the sensor.

Actuator empty

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Disassembly and Reassembly

To replace the actuator feed 1. Turn the mechanism back and push down the points as shown to unlatch the actuator feed.

To remove the transfer guide : Remove three screws and take the guide out.

2. Turn the unit over again, and remove the actuator feed.

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Troubleshooting

4. Troubleshooting
4-1 DCU Control
In case of ML-6060,you can not use the DCU under Diagnostic mode But, you can check set condition by status code

4-1-1 DCU Setup


1) Connect DCU to Controller Board Connector CN9 (4 pins)).

4-1-2 DCU Error Status Code


DCU error code will indicate malfunction area of the machine.

Display 60 62 68 64 70 71 72 73 95

Error status OPEN FUSER ERROR LOW HEAT ERROR OVER HEAT ERROR COVER OPEN ERROR NO PAPER or NO CASSETTE PAPER JAM 0 PAPER JAM 1 PAPER JAM 2 LSU NOT READY

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4-1-3 Error Solution


Display 60, 62, 68 Solution 1. Measure the resistance of the AC connector on the Fuser. Normal resistance is 2-4 ohms for 110V, 6-8 ohms for 220V. 2. Check if the fuser lamp works properly. 3. Measure the resistance at Q7 on the engine board. If abnormal, replace U503,CN502, 1. Make sure that paper is loaded in the cassette. 2. Replace U555 sensor (photo interrupter). 3. Replace U7 on controller board. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. Make sure that paper is loaded in the cassette. Check for pick-up unit. If it is heavily worn, replace it with new one. Replace U554 sensor. Check if the feed clutch works properly. If abnormal, replace the feed clutch or Q3 on the Engine board . Make sure that the paper being used meets the specification. Check if there is a paper jam in the fuser. Replace U554 on the engine board or exits ensor on the frame. Check the fuser roller for any dirt. If dirty, clean the roller.

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71

72, 73

95

1. Check for CN11,CN6 on the Controller board. 2. Replace U5,OSC1 on the Engine board. 3. Replace LSU.

4-2 Abnormal Image Printing and Defective Roller


If abnormal image prints periodically, check the parts shown below. No
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Roller
OPC Drum Charge Roller Supply Roller Develop Roller Transfer Roller Heat Roller Pressure Roller

Abnormal image period


95.6mm 38.5mm 45.3mm 47.1mm 56.1mm 69.3mm 72.5mm

Kind of abnormal image


White spot/Black spot Black spot Horizontal density band Horizontal density band Black side contamination/transfer fault Black spot and fuser ghost Black side contamination

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Troubleshooting

4-3 Print Quality


Notice In the ML-6060 Series system, the Developing/Supplying bias is set to decrease by -50V increments when
the system load is over the specified value. Therefore, if you check the bias without the toner cartridge, the system load is recognized to be infinity and Developing/Supplying bias decreases by by -50V increments. At the first warm-up after the printer is powered on and then off, the software does not have the data on system load, so the Developing/Supplying bias measures -500V/-650V, the basic voltage. And, from the second warm-up and on, the software has the data on system load, so the bias measures -450V/-600V, which is less -50V than the basic voltage.

Without cartridge Developing Bias Supplying Bias 4-3-1 No Image


NO

First Warm-up -500V -650V

Second Warm-up -450V -600v

No image? YES

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Is the OPC terminal of machine well-connected to Frame?

NO

Repair or replace the GND terminal.

YES

Is the OPCshaft of CRU well-connected to GND terminal


YES

NO

Repair or replace he GND terminal

Does the video data line to LSU transit to High/Low when printing? YES

NO

Check the path between video controller, engine board and HVPS. Repair or replace the defective component or board.

The mirror in LSU might be misplaced so the light path to the OPC deviates ->Repair or replace LSU or remove any defective matters in the machine.

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Transfer voltage OK? (on the transfer roller shaft) YES

NO

Are the connection terminal and connection correct? YES

NO

Repair or replace terminal.

Replace HVPS or repair defective component.

Developing and supplying voltage are OK? YES

Sealing tape is removed from the cartridge? YES

Does the counter indicate over the toner's guarranty life? YES

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Replace the toner cartridge.

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NO Is the connection terminal OK? YES Replace HVPS or repair defective component. NO Remove the tape. NO Repair or replace terminal. NO Transfer roller might be out of its location. -> Locate the roller into its place. This could occurrs when the power of LSU is low or the density is low due to the obstacles on the window -> Replace LSU or clean the window. Normal Developing Supplying -500V -650 Without Cartridge -450V -600V

Troubleshooting

4-3-2 All Black

All black in printing area? YES

NO

Does the video data line to LSU transit to High/ Low when printing? YES

NO

Check the path among video controller, engine board, HVPS, LSU for the shortage or open. -> Repair or replace the boards.

Replace LSU.

Is the Hsync/ signal received in LSU? YES

NO

Replace LSU.

Is Main high Voltage supplied from HVPS? YES

NO

Repair orReplace HVPS.

Is C/R well connected to Main high voltage terminal?

NO

Repair orReplace terminal.

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4-3-3 Vertical White Line (Band)

White line missing definitely?

NO

Check if the printout is still has the same problem even right after passed through the transfer roller. YES

NO

The ribs in fuser or toner on the roller may invoke the image problem. -> Replace the fuser cover or the defective part. The image is originally black or the black part is far close to the top. -> Use the pattern which has the image below bigger than 10mm from the top.

YES

Dirt of dust stuck onto the window of internal lens of LSU -> Clean it or replace LSU. Preventive obstacles through the path between OPC of developer and LSU prevent the path -> Remove the obstacles. Dirt of dust stuck onto the external glass of LSU -> Remove the obstacles.

Toner material might be stuck to blade in the developer inside and it prevents toner supply -> Replace the developer. Check both if the toner cartridge's counter is over its guaranty and amount of the toner material. -> Replace the toner cartridge.

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4-3-4 Dark Image

NO

'Dark' selected via RCP? YES

Change to 'Normal' and test.

NO Same at 'Normal'? YES

END

Works correctly with -500V of developing Bias voltage?

Works correctly after replaced LSU? YES

The power of LSU is set high or internal problem. -> Replace LSU or adjust volume.

NO

Repair or replace the defective component.

YES

NO

Toner over supply due to the adjustment fault of metering blade in developer. -> Replace developer.

Normal Developing Supplying -500V -650

Without Cartridge -450V -600V

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4-3-5 Background

Recommended paper used? YES

NO

Print 20 to 30 pages using the recommended paper.

- Adjust voltage or replace HVPS. - Repair or replace after checking the terminals' contacts.

NO

Transfer, charge and developing voltage are OK? YES

YES

Same problem occurs?

NO

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Operating/ storage atmosphere is too high temperature /humidity? YES

NO

Dirt or dust around the charge roller? YES

NO

Replace the toner cartridge.

Solve the problem under the recommended condition (10-32 degree Centigrade).

Clean the charge roller or replace step-up device /terminal after check.

Check terminals or contacts and 'Guide-Deve Spring' are misplaced. -> Repair or replace transfer roller etc. Check if the LED of PTL in front of the transfer roller is on when it presses the top cover switch on purpose. -> If not, replace PTL.

NO

Work OK? YES

Internal blade or suppying part of the developer is defective. -> Replace the toner cartridge.

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4-3-6 Ghost

Is it regular interval of 95.6mm? YES

NO

Is it regular interval of 47.1mm? YES

NO

Is it regular interval of 56.1mm? (as transfer roller interval) YES

Replace PTL assembly.

NO

PTL lamp works OK? YES

A specific part of the transfer roller has ruined or its resistance value is changed. -> Replace transfer roller. Transfer roller cannot force regularly due to the gears eccentricity of transfer roller. -> Replace the defective component.

YES

Developing /suppying voltage normal? (-500V/ -650V) YES

Irregularity of NIP between rollers in developer. -> Replace developer.

Bias voltage is OK? (-500V)

NO

Adjust the Bias voltage or replace HVPS.

YES

Operating/storage temperature is too low or not recommended paper used? YES Use the machine with recommended paper and at normal condition.

NO

There may be a problem in toner layer control in toner cartridge. -> Replace the developer.

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NO - Repair or replace HVPS . - Check and repair or replace the terminal contacts.

Check HVPS contacts and HVPS's selfoutput. -> If failed, repair/replace HVPS.

NO

Transfer voltage is set to standard?

Transfer roller is well -connected to or not. -> Replace the defective component.

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Normal Developing Supplying -500V -650 Without Cartridge -450V -600V

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4-3-7 Black Dot

Is it regular interval of 96mm? YES

NO

Is it regular interval of 38.5mm? YES

NO

When taking out the cartridge, toner leaks? YES

NO

Bad image removes by scratching? YES

NO

The problem randomly occured due to the toner fallen. -> Clean the machine.

OPC was damaged -> Replace developer and C/R.

Printing cleaning mode -> If the same problem persists replace developer and C/R.

Toner leaks and toner material dropped onto the paper. -> Replace the developer.

Check toner is stuck onto the P/R or H/R in fuser. -> Clean it or replace.

4-3-8 Horizontal Band


NO Black band is far about 10mm from white band? NO The OPC is damaged under the direct sunlight for around 5 minutes. -> If the same problem persists in 10 hours, replace the developer.

Black band?

YES Problem of internal contacts in OPC. -> Replace developer.

The black band has regular interval? YES

NO

This occurs when no Hsync/ at LSU. -> Replace LSU.

95.6mm interval?

NO

Does it appear at every 69.3mm at specific place? YES

NO

YES

Problems of terminal contact, transfer voltage supplying, and transfer roller's due to the charge roller is ruined (38.5mm). -> Repair/replace HVPS, developer.

The OPC is damaged due to the irregular transfer voltage of HVPS. -> Repair OPC or the developer -> If the same problem perststs repair/replace HVPS

Heat roller is ruined. -> Replace the roller.

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4-3-9 Irregular Density

OK after taking out and rocking the toner cartridge? YES

NO

When gray pattern printing, irregular density persists? YES

NO

Transfer/ charge/developing voltage drops while printing? YES

NO

Defective agitator in the toner supplying part of developer. ->Replace the developer. Check if the 'guide deve spring' works OK and repair/repalce.

Check high voltage output and repair/ replace terminals/HVPS.

Check if printer mode is econo mode -> select normal mode. It is over the guaranty life of toner cartridge. (Check the counter and replace it.)

PTL lamp works OK? YES

NO

Replace lamp.

Any obstacles on the PTL lamp? YES

NO

Bad images NO aroung the no image area? YES

Irregualrity of toner suppy from developer. -> Replace developer.

Clean the window of PTL.

Light distortion due to the mirror ruined or LSU's diffused reflection. -> Replace LSU.

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4-3-10 White Spot


Is it regular interval of 95.6mm? YES NO Is it regular interval of 47.1mm?

YES

Obstacles stuck on OPC's surface -> Clean the OPC and machine or replace developer. When putting in/out the developer, scratch is made. -> Replace the developer.

D/R in developing unit has the defect. -> Replace the developer.

4-3-11 Trembling at the End When OHP Printing

'Transparency' selected via RCP? YES

NO

Select 'Transparency' mode.

Recommended OHP film used? YES

NO

Use the recommended film.

Operating atmosphere is too high temperature/ humidity

NO

Transfer voltage OK? (on the teansfer roller shaft) YES

NO

Repair or replace the HVPS

YES

Solve the problem under the recommended condition (10~32 degree centigrade)

Are the connection terminal and connection correct? YES

NO

Repair or replace terminal

Replace HVPS or repair defective component

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4-3-12 Poor Fusing Grade

After printing NO completed, any error related fuser?

The machine NO placed under the severe low temperature for a long time?

While printing, NO the voltage of pin 60 of U17(CPU) on controller board is 1.5V ~2.0V?

Thermistor's contact is OK?

NO

YES

YES

YES

YES

Both ends of thermostat open?

NO

Place the machine at normal temperature and re-test.

Re-assemble thermistor.

YES

Replace thermostat and re-test.

Open the top cover. When black printing, is the fuser NIP width is 3.03.5mm?

NO

Check if the hardness of P/R, and spring force is OK? (hardness: 24 degree, spring's force: 3 Kg)

YES

Replace the contol component on engine board. Check any contact problem in thermistor and repair.

The paper used is too thick or contains too much cotton in it. -> Re-test with the recommended paper.

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Troubleshooting

4-3-13 Poor transfer and poor fusing when ENVELOPE printing

'ENVELOPE' selected via RCP YES

NO

Select 'ENVELOPE'mode via RCP

Transfer voltage is OK? YES

NO

Replace or repair HVPS.

Are the connection terminal and connection correct?

NO

Repair orReplace HVPS.

YES

Replace HVPS or repair defective component.

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4-4 Malfunction
4-4-1 No Power (LED Off)

Plug in the power cord? YES

NO

Check the voltage first and plug the power cord.

The power NO voltage supplying is the same as rating? YES

Supply the power as the rating.

The fan revolves when powered on? YES

NO

Connections NO on board are OK? YES

Re-connect firmly and re-test.

LEDs blink once when powered on? YES

NO

Fuse of SMPS is open? YES

NO

Replace the fuse.

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The On-Line key is being pressed NO or shortage on the panel board? YES

The connection error between controller board and panel board or malfunction of boards. -> Replace the boards.

Shortage between 5V and GND, or between 24V and GND? YES

NO

Toner cartridge is in the set? YES

NO

Put in the cartridge.

Repair/replace the board.

Remove the shortage or replace the board.

Detect failure due to the board which detects top cover open or switch error. -> Replace the board or switch.

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4-4-2 Fuser Error

Measure the resistance at the both ends of AC line with covers open.

NO Less than 10ohm?

Thermostat is open due to the heat etc. -> Replace the thermostat.

YES

Remove the covers.

AC is being supplied?

NO

Re-assemble the top cover and close it.

YES

Check the fusing control part and CN501on the engine board. -> Replace the component or replace the engine board.

The voltage of pin #60 of U17 (CPU) on the controller is about 2.0V when printing? YES

NO

Thermistor, connecting point or engine board defected. -> Repair/replace the component/board.

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4-4-3 Paper Jam (Mis-feeding)

Sounds the solenoid on when starts print? YES

NO

The engine board and joint board defected. -> Replace boards. The solenoid defected. -> Replace it. The pick-up unit is assembled wrong. -> Re-assemble or replace the unit.

Does the paper move? YES

NO

Does the paper move more than NO 100mm? YES

Too many papers in the feeder? YES

Feeder sensor and paper width detect sensor are assembled reverse? YES

NO

The sensor and joint boards defected. -> Repair/replace.

Reduce the amount and re-test.

Switch them.

Paper guides fit the paper width? YES

NO

Take out the paper and re-insert.

Paper end curled?

NO

Does the extender pulled out?

NO

Pull out the extender.

YES Use the recommended and quality paper.

YES <Recommendation> Use the MPF for the thick paper such as envelope and cardstock.

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4-4-4 Paper Jam (Jam 1)

Paper NO stopped before the OPC? YES

Paper NO stopped before the fuser? YES

The actuator of NO paper exit sensor works OK? YES

Check the actuator exists and its operation and around the engine board. -> Replace.

Check the LSU and if it has the defect. ->Replace it.

Is the paper rolled around the presseure roller? YES

NO

Feeds NO multiple pages?

YES

Check the roller and ribs of fuser are in place, and remove burrs, if any. -> Remove the factors of jam.

Remove the fuser, remove the paper and replace the pressure roller, if necessary.

Reduce the amount and retest.

Severe skew when feeding? YES

NO

The paper came out through between fuser and developer? YES

NO

Check the input path to the fuser (such as mis-assembly).

Adjust the paper guides to fit the paper width. The force of springs pressing the developer is weak. -> Check guide-DEVE.

Too thin or sensitive paper to static electricity? YES

NO

Check guide transfer is grounded. Check the shutter prevents feeding.

Use the recommended paper.

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6-1 Main PBA
SEC CODE
JC92-01171A 0105-001032 0404-000112 0407-000101 0801-000477 0801-001072 0803-000118 0803-000275 0803-001393 0803-003058 0904-001319

LOCATION NO.
HAWK CONTROLLER PBA TEST PAPER D2,D6 D1,D3,D4,D5,D7,D8 U2,U10,U20 U8 U12 U6 U19 U24 U26

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1 2 2 6 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 PBA MAIN CTRL-SEC PAPER-ART

DESCRIPTION
75g,W210,-,WHITE,HANSOI,L297

DIODE-SCHOTTKY RB420D,25V,100mA,SOT-23,TP DIODE-ARRAY DA204K,20V,100mA,C2-3,SOT-23,T IC-CMOS LOGIC 74HCT273,D FLIP-FLOP,SOP,20P,3 IC-CMOS LOGIC 74ACT32,OR GATE,SOP,14P,150MIL IC-TTL IC-TTL IC-TTL IC-TTL IC-USC 74F14,INVERTER,SOP,14P,150MIL, 74F32,OR GATE,SOP,14P,150MIL,Q 7407,BUFFER/DRIVER,SOP,14P,150 74F1071,ESD,SOP,20P,-,-,TP,PLA USBN9602-28M,8BIT,SOP,28P,

300MIL,48MHZ,ST,-,PLASTIC,3.3V,-,0TO+70C,-,-,-,-,- 1006-000243 1103-000133 1105-001213 1107-001121 U1,U7 U11 U3,U9 U32,U33 2 1 2 2 IC-LINE TRANSCEIVER IC-EEPROM IC-DRAM 74ACT245,SOP,20P,-,OCTAL,ST,PL

93C66,256x16BIT,SOP,8P,150MIL, 416C1204,1Mx16BIT,SOJ,42P,400M

IC-FLASH MEMORY 29F800,1Mx8/512Kx16Bit,TSOP,48P, 787MIL,70nS,5V,10%,PLASTIC,0to+70C,100uA,CMOS,ST

1203-000496 1203-001026

U14 U15,U16

1 2

IC-VOL. SUPERVISORY IC-POSI.FIXED REG.

7705,SOP,8P,150MIL,PLASTIC,20V 33269,DPAK,3P,265MIL,

PLASTIC,3.37/3.33V,-,-40TO+150C,800MA,-,ST 2007-000029 2007-000029 2007-000221 2007-000241 2007-000290 2007-000300 2007-000300 2007-000308 2007-000312 2007-000409 2007-000449 2007-000468 2007-000468 2007-000468 2007-000493 2007-000766 2007-000774 2007-000781 2007-000781 2007-000781 2007-000781 R136,R138,R152,L3,L6 R3,R4,R24,R26,R30,R37,R96 R59 R124 R28,R32,R76,R141,R143 R1,R5,R7,R8,R48,R49,R52,R60,R63,R64 R75,R146,R153 R40,R50,R51,R61,R66,R71,R74,R120 R111 R144 R12,R147,R151 R132 R41,R56,R78,R79,R81,R83,R84,R86,R87,R89 R93,R95,R100,R104,R105,R109,R115,R119 R90,R97 R77 R6,R135 R108,R114,R118 R19,R20,R21,R22,R23,R25,R27,R31,R34,R38 R2,R9,R10,R11,R13,R14,R15,R16,R17,R18 R69,R70,R82,R88,R94,R99,R103,R106 5 7 1 1 5 10 3 8 1 1 3 1 10 8 2 1 2 3 10 10 8 R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP 0OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 0OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 1.2KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 1.5KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 100OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 10KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 10KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 10OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 10OHM,5%,1/8W,DA,TP,3216 15KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 180OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 1KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 1KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 1KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 2.2KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 330OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 33KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 33OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 33OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 33OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 33OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012

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Main PBA
SEC CODE
2007-000872 2007-000931 2007-000964 2007-000964 2007-000964 2007-001133 2007-001133 2007-001216 2007-001254 2007-007961 2011-001094 2011-001094 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000192 2203-000239 2203-000239 2203-000260 2203-000389 2203-000455 2203-000455 2203-000455 2203-000595 2203-000595 2203-000634 2203-000634 2203-000784 2203-000818 2203-000818 2203-000891 2203-000938 2203-001002 2203-001132 2203-001158 2404-000128 2404-000468 2404-000468 R134 R47,R92 R113,R117,R122,R126,R129,R130,R131 R145 R46,R55,R58,R65,R67,R72,R98,R102,R107 R29,R33,R35,R36,R39,R42,R43,R44,R45,R54 R57,R68,R80,R110 R91 R112,R121 R142 RA1,RA2,RA3,RA4,RA5,RA6,RA7,RA8,RA9,RA10 RA11,RA12,RA13,RA14,RA15,RA16,RA17 C104,C106,C111,C121,C136,C140,C147 C172,C173,C176,C177,C178,C179 C19,C23,C24,C26,C27,C28,C29,C30,C32,C41 C199,C200 C44,C47,C50,C51,C52,C56,C57,C58,C59,C60 C5,C6,C7,C9,C10,C11,C15,C16,C18 C62,C63,C64,C65,C67,C68,C69,C71,C72,C73 C77,C78,C79,C80,C84,C85,C86,C88,C89,C90 C92,C94,C95,C96,C97,C98,C99,C102,C103 C13,C17,C20,C25,C74,C141,C174,C175 C145,C152,C156,C164,C165,C166,C167 C161,C162,C180,C181,C182,C183 C53,C117,C143 C160,C168,C169,C170,C171,C186 C187,C188,C189,C190,C191,C192,C193,C194 C4,C14,C31,C37,C40,C66,C83,C109,C151 C114,C120,C126,C130,C135,C138,C142,C146 C127,C132 C115,C124,C131 C93,C101 C8,C22,C163 C21,C33,C34,C35,C36,C38,C39,C43,C45,C46 C48,C49,C61,C139 C76 C113,C119,C125,C129,C134,C137,C185 C42,C70,C75,C81,C91,C110,C128 C100 C55 C1,C2,C82,C105,C122,C158 C12,C54,C107,C108,C123,C133,C153 C155,C195,C196

LOCATION NO.

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DESCRIPTION
4.7KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 470OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 5.1KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 5.1KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 5.1KOHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 68OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 68OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 82OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 24OHM,5%,1/10W,DA,TP,2012 1ohm,1%,1W,DA,TP,6432 39ohm,5%,63mW,L,CHIP,8P,TP 39ohm,5%,63mW,L,CHIP,8P,TP

C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,2012, C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-CERAMIC,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP 0.1nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.1nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 0.015nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 1nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 1nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 1nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.022nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.022nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.33nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.033nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.033nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 4.7nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 0.47nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.047nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.68nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012 0.068nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012

10uF,20%,16V,-,TP,6032,- 33uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,7343,- 33uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,7343,-

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Main PBA
SEC CODE
2404-001075 2804-001163 2804-001278

LOCATION NO.
C195,C196 OSC3 OSC2

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DESCRIPTION
100UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,7343

OSCILLATOR-CLOCK 20MHz,50ppm,10TTL & CMOS,ST,5V OSCILLATOR-CLOCK 48MHZ,100PPM,10 TTL & CMOS,ST,5V,40MA

2804-001348

OSC1

OSCILLATOR-CLOCK 45.032242MHz,100ppm,10TTL&CMOS,BK,5V,40mA

2901-000229

F1,F2,F5,F6,F7,F8,F9,F10

FILTER-EMI SMD 50V,0.3A,-,22000pF,4.5x3.2x1.5mm,TP

2901-000229 3301-000317 3301-000317 3301-000325 3702-000118 3702-001121 3709-000177 3711-002811 3711-002812 3711-002813 3711-003205 3711-003408 3711-003409 3711-003969 3711-003981 3722-001101 4701-001020 JC11-10507A JC11-10510A JC13-00006A JC41-00036A

F11 L11,L12,L13 L2,L4,L5,L7,L8,L9,L10 L14 CN8 CN4 U4,U5 CN5 CN6 CN2 CN9 CN12 CN13 CN11 CN3 CN7 U22,U23 U21 U25 U17 PCB-HAWK CONTROLLER

1 3 7 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

FILTER-EMI SMD 50V,0.3A,-,22000pF,4.5x3.2x1.5mm,TP CORE-FERRITE BEAD CORE-FERRITE BEAD CORE-FERRITE BEAD AB,2x1.25x0.9mm,-,- AB,2x1.25x0.9mm,-,- AB,3.2x2.5x1.3mm,-,-

CONNECTOR-RIBBON 36P,FEMALE,ANGLE,AU CONNECTOR-RIBBON 60P,MALE,STRAIGHT,AUF CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE72P,1.27mm,ANGLE,SN CONNECTOR-HEADERBOX,10P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN CONNECTOR-HEADERBOX,11P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER JACK-USB BOX,12P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN BOX,4P,1R,2.0mm,STRAIGHT,SN BOX,2P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN BOX,3P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN BOX,2P,1R,2.5mm,STRAIGHT,SN BOX,28P,2R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN

4P/2C,8.38mm,AU,IVR,#22-28 5-80MHz,15dB,-,0.03W

FREQ-ATTENUATOR

IC MASK ROM-HIGH ML-165,KM23C8105DG,SOP ,44P,600 IC MASK ROM-PCL6,LOW ml-165,KM23C8105DG,SOP ,44P ,600 IC ASIC- SPGPE+ ML-6060,KS32C61200,QFP ,240P,36.4x4 PCB-CTRL_6040A ML-6040A,FR-4,4LAYER,1.6T,145X180MM

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6-2 Engine PBA


SEC CODE
JC92-01187A 0401-000005 0402-000012 0402-000104 0402-000129 0402-000314 0402-000351 0501-000010 0604-000001 0604-001033 0604-001207 0801-001262 1003-001291

LOCATION NO.
HAWK ENGINE V1 D1,D2,D3,D5,D6,D7,D8,D9,D506 D502 BD502 D4,D10,D505 D503 D501 Q1,Q2,Q3,Q7,Q9 U503 U4,U554,U555 U501 U5 U2

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1 9 1 1 3 1 1 5 1 3 1 1 1 PBA MAIN-ENGINE_V1 DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-BRIDGE DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER TR-SMALL SIGNAL PHOTO-COUPLER

DESCRIPTION
1N4148,100V,200MA,DO-35,TP UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP D3SBA60,600V,4A,-,ST 1N4003,200V,1A,DO-41,TP D10SC4M,40V,10A,ITO-220 1N4937,600V,1A,DO-41,TP KSC1008,NPN,800mW,TO-92,TP,120 TR,50-60%,200mW,DIP-4,ST TR,-,150mW,DIP-4,ST

PHOTO-INTERRUPTER PHOTO-COUPLER IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-MOTOR DRIVER

TRIAC,-,-,DIP-6,ST 74HC4060,BINARY COUNTER,DIP,16 A2918SWH,DIP,18P,1220MIL

,-,+-1.5A,ST,PLASTIC,-,-20to+85C,20W,45V,- 1202-000103 1203-000002 1404-000167 1405-000125 1405-000154 2001-000021 2001-000027 2001-000045 2001-000071 2001-000105 2001-000118 2001-000119 2001-000281 2001-000281 2001-000290 2001-000362 2001-000429 2001-000435 2001-000537 2001-000588 2001-000613 2001-000793 2001-000812 2001-000832 2001-000876 2001-001070 2001-001150 2003-000455 2003-000706 U3 U504 TH501 TNR502 TNR501 R512 R504 R63 R507 R16,R528 R503 R516 R2,R3,R7,R8,R9,R20,R21,R54,R58,R61 R527 R49 R29,R31,R51,R525 R25,R45,R50,R56 R60 R46,R47 R514 R65 R68 R5,R10,R11,R12,R22,R64,R67,R520,R529 R13,R32,R521 R57 R502 R501,R505 R513 R511 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 10 1 1 4 4 1 2 1 1 1 9 3 1 1 2 1 1 IC-VOLTAGE COMP. 393,DIP,8P,300MIL,DUAL,36V,CMO 431,TO-92,3P,-,PLASTIC,2.44/2.

IC-POSI.ADJUST REG. THERMISTOR-NTC VARISTOR VARISTOR R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON(S) R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON(S) R-CARBON(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S)

5ohm,10%,3150K,18.7mW/C,TP 220V,4500A,17x4.2mm,TP 560V,4500A,17.5X7.5MM,TP 27OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 100OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 1.8KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 22KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 1.5KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 180OHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 680OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 150OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 1MOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 24KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 3.3KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 3.9KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 47OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 5.6KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 510OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 6.2KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 120OHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 470KOHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 100ohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12mm 47Kohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4.3x12mm

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SEC CODE
2003-000767 2003-002190 2004-000345 2004-000432 2004-000481 2004-000699 2004-004006 2005-000168 2005-001058 2201-000017 2201-000019 2201-000119 2201-000119 2201-000391 2201-000469 2201-002071 2202-000121 2301-000010 2301-000323 2301-001340 2401-000183 2401-000603 2401-000698 2401-001197 2401-001695 2401-002144 2401-002300 2401-002420 2801-003885 3301-000344 3301-001015 3601-000157 3602-000001 3711-000028 3711-000217 3711-000484 3711-002809 3711-003359 3711-003409 3711-003968 3711-003981 3711-004443 JC26-00002A R519 R509,R510 R4,R28,R30,R52,R526 R517 R515 R40,R69 R518 R506 R44,R48 C20,C25,C27,C32 C24,C502 C5,C12,C13,C23,C33,C508,C513,C519,C520 C523,C524,C525 C29,C30 C18,C19,C521,C522 C503,C504,C506 C31,C526,C527,C528,C529 C516 C501,C505 C509 C517,C518 C512 C515 C510 C507 C17 C16,C28 C514 OSC1 BD1,BD3,BD10 BD504 F501 FC1,FC2 CN3 CN501 CN1 CN5 CN14 CN6,CN504 CN503 CN8 CN502 T501

LOCATION NO.

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DESCRIPTION
680ohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12mm 47Kohm,5%,1W,T,TP,2.6x6.0mm 15Kohm,1%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2mm 1Kohm,1%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4mm 2.4Kohm,1%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4m 3.3Kohm,1%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2m 2.3Kohm,1%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4m 0.22ohm,5%,2W,AA,BK,4x12mm

R-WIRE WOUND,NON R-WIRE WOUND C-CERAMIC,DISC C-CERAMIC,DISC C-CERAMIC,DISC C-CERAMIC,DISC C-CERAMIC,DISC C-CERAMIC,DISC C-CERAMIC,DISC

0.39ohm,1%,1W,AA,TP,4.3x12mm 1nF,10%,50V,Y5P,TP,5x3.5,5 10nF,+80-20%,500V,Y5V,TP,13.5x4mm,5 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,8x3,5 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,8x3,5 0.022nF,5%,50V,SL,TP,5x3,5 0.33nF,10%,500V,Y5P,TP,5.5x3,5 2.2nF,20%,400V,Y5U,TP,12x7,10 100pF,10%,50V,Y5P,TP,1.9x3.5,-

C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL C-FILM,PEF C-FILM,PEF C-FILM,MPPF C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL

100nF,5%,100V,TP,11.5x12.5mm,5 220NF,20%,275V,TP,18X8.5X26MM,22.5 10nF,10%,630V,TP,16x5.5x10.5mm,7.5 1000uF,20%,35V,WT,TP,12.5x25,5 1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,5x11,5 2200uF,20%,16V,WT,TP,12.5x25,5 33uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,6.3x7,- 220uF,20%,200V,WT,BK,22x25,10 47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 47uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,6.3x11,5 470uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,10x12,5mm

CRYSTAL-UNIT 6.81984MHz,30ppm,28-AAM,20pF,75ohm,TP CORE-FERRITE BEAD CORE-FERRITE BEAD FUSE-CARTRIDGE FUSE-CLIP ZZ,3.5x6.5mm,-,- AA,3.6x0.6x5mm,-,-

125V,8A,SLOW-BLOW,GLASS,5.2x20mm -,-,30mohm BOX,4P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN

CONNECTOR-HEADER

CONNECTOR-HEADER 1WALL,3P,1R,3.96mm,STRAIGHT,SN CONNECTOR-HEADER 3WALL,5P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN CONNECTOR-HEADER BOX,8P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN

CONNECTOR-HEADER BOX,10P,1R,2.5mm,STRAIGHT,SN CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER BOX,3P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN BOX,3P,1R,2.5mm,STRAIGHT,SN BOX,28P,2R,2mm,STRAIGHT,SN

CONNECTOR-HEADER 1WALL,2P,1R,7.92mm,STRAIGHT,SN TRANS POWER-SW_V1 ML-5200A,110V,-

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SEC CODE
JC27-00001A JC27-00002A JC27-60101A JC27-60101B JC27-60101C JC33-10501B JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC39-40511A JC41-00038A JC96-01679A 0402-000304 1203-001721 LF501 LF502 L501 L503 L502 L553 BD501,BD505,R508,JS503 J3,J4,J17,J18,J22,J25,J26,J27,J28,J31 J41,J42,J43,J49,J54,J55,J67,J68,J69,J71 J501,J502,J503,J504,J506,J507,J508 J511,J512,J513,J522,J525,J526 J528,J529,J531,J532,J533,J535 J536,J538,J540,J541,J543,J544 J545,J546,J547,J548,J549,J550,J551,J552 J553,J554,J555,J556,J557,J558,J559,J560 J561,J565,J574,J575,J576,J577,J578 J72,J82,J83,J85,J86,J87,J88,J89,J91,J92 J93,J564,J567,J569,J570,J572 PCB-HAWK ENGINE ASSY-HEAT_SINK D504 U502

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DESCRIPTION
COIL FILTER-SQ2828 ML-5200A,18.0mH,0.20ohm,58T COIL FILTER-SQ2116 ML-5200A,4.8mH,0.43ohm,45T COIL FILTERCOIL FILTERCOIL FILTERSOLENOID-6000 CBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSCBF HARNESSPCB-HAWK ENGINE -,300UH,-,- -,9UH,-,- -,6UH,-,- ML-6000,24VDC,72W,57,39X39X22, ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-80,JUMPER,AWG22,52mm,SILVER ML-6040A,FR-1,1LAYER,1.6T,246.5x213.5mm

ELA UNIT-HEAT SINK ML-6060,SEC,HEAT SINK ASSY,-,-,-,- DIODE-RECTIFIER STPR1020CF,200V,5A,TO-220,ST STR-G6153T,T0-220,5P,140MIL,

IC-PWM CONTROLLER

PLASTIC,-,1.5W NO HEATSINK,-20TO +120C,8A,-,ST 1401-000108 6003-000119 JC62-00001A JC62-30908A JF62-30201A HS502 HS503 HS501 THY501 1 3 1 1 1 THYRISTOR-TRIAC SCREW-TAPTITE HEAT SINK-FET HEAT SINK-SMPS HEAT SINK 100A,600V,-,5V/uS,TO-220AB BH,+,B,M3,L8,CBLACK,SWRCH18A ML-6060,A6063,SILVER ML-5000,AL,ANODIZING HVPS,SPCC,t1.0

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SEC CODE
JC92-01208A 0601-000161 0601-000255 0601-000304 2001-000111 2201-000119 3404-000155 JC39-00080A

LOCATION NO.
PBA-PANEL 8P LED1 LED4 LED2,LED3 R1,R2,R3,R4 C1 SW1,SW2 HARN-PANEL 8P

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1 1 1 2 4 1 2 1 PBA SUB-PANEL LED LED LED R-CARBON C-CERAMIC,DISC SWITCH-TACT CBF HARNESS-PANEL

DESCRIPTION

ROUND,GRN,5mm,563nm ROUND,RED,5mm,700nm ROUND,YEL,5mm,585nm 150OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 100nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,8x3,5 12V,50mA,160gf,6x6x3.5mm,SPST

ML-6060,WIRE HARNESS,UL1061,75mm,BLK+RED,#26 JC41-00042B HAWK PANEL_II PCB 1 PCB-HAWK PANEL_II ML-6060,FR-1,1LAYER,1.6T,107.5x40.1mm

JC92-01234A 0604-001033 2001-000362 JC39-00071A

PBA-EXIT SENSOR

1 1 1

PBA SUB-EXIT SENSOR PHOTO-INTERRUPTER R-CARBON TR,-,150mW,DIP-4,ST 150OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM

EXIT SENSOR HARN

CBF HARNESS-EXIT SENSOR ML-6060,WIRE HARNESS,UL1061,425mm,BK+RD+WH,#26

JC41-00050A JC92-01261A 3405-001048 JC39-00077A

PCB-EXIT SENSOR PBA-FUSER SWITCH

1 1 1

PCB SUB-EXIT SENSOR ML-6060,FR-1,1LAYER,1.6T,11.1x42.5mm PBA SUB-FUSER_SW SWITCH-MICRO ML-6060,SEC,USA,-,-,-,- 125V,5A,64gf,SPDT

HARN-FUSER SWITCH 3P

CBF HARNESS-MP_CLUTCH ML-6060,WIRE HARNESS,UL1061,150mm,BLK,#26

JC41-00068A

PCB-FUSER SWITCH

PCB SUB-FUSER_SWITCH ML-6060,FR-1,1LAYER,1.6T,19.5x22mm

JC96-01606A 0601-001234 2001-000761 JC39-00081A

ASSY-PTL LED1,LED2,LED3,LED4,LED5,LED6 R1,R2,R3 HAWK PTL HARN

1 6 3 1

ELA UNIT-PTL LED R-CARBON CBF HARNESS-PTL ML-6060,WIRE HARNESS,UL1061,125mm,RED+BLU,#26 ROUND,RED,3mm,660nm 430OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM

JC41-00039A JC70-00077A JC72-00319A

HAWK PTL PCB

1 1 1

PCB-HAWK PTL GUIDE-PLATE FEED PMO-HOLDER PTL

ML-6040A,FR-1,1LAYER,1.6T,170x9mm ML-6060A,SECC,T1,NONE ML-6060A,ABS,BLACK,-,V0

JC92-01235A 3405-000125 JC39-00083A

PBA-SENSOR DEVE

1 1

PBA SUB-SWITCH SWITCH-MICRO 125V,5A,50gf,SPDT

DEVE CHECK SENSOR HARN

CBF HARNESS-SWITCH_SENSOR ML-6060,WIRE HARNESS,UL1061,150mm,BLK+RED,#26

JC41-00051A

PCB-DEVE CHECK SENSOR

PCB SUB-SWITCH

ML-6060,FR-1,1LAYER,1.6T,8x21.7mm

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Location No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11-1 11-2 12 13 13-1 13-2 13-3 13-4 13-5 14 15 16 16-1 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 24-1 24-2 25 Description ELA HOU-HOUSING NEC UNIT-LSU ELA UNIT-MOTOR ELA UNIT-DEVE ASSY ELA HOU-MPE MEA RACK-FEEDER CST (500) CBF-HARNESS MTOR MEA UNIT-FEEDER PMO-CAP SENSOR PMO-HOLDER SCF CN MEA UNIT-BRKT BOTTOM(L) NEC FOOT-RUBBER PMO-BRKT BASE(L) IPR-BAR CROSS BOTTOM MEA UNIT-BRKT BOTTOM(R) NEC FOOT-RUBBER IPR-PLATE CST GAIDE PMO-BRKT BASE(R) SCREW-TAPTITE IPR-GROUND SCF BASE SHIELD-PCU PCT-INSULATOR PCU PBA MAIN-ENGINE_V1 FUSE(V1) 125V ELA UNIT-FRAME BASE PBA MAIN CTRL ELA UNIT-FUSER CBF HARNESS-LSU PCB PWR-HVPS MEA RACK-HOU EXIT PMO-DUCT FAN ELA UNIT-SCF NEC MEA RACK-CAST,SCF ELA HOU-SCF HARDWARE-KIT SEC. Code JC96-01747A JC59-00004A JC96-01656A JC96-01559B JC96-01650A JC97-01323A JC39-00074A JC97-01324A JC72-00320A JC72-00327A JC97-01341A JC61-40001A JC72-00478A JC70-00098A JC97-01342A JC61-40001A JC70-10924A JC72-00479A 6003-000196 JC70-00143A JC70-00080A JC72-00334A JC92-01187A 3601-000157 JC96-01641D JC92-01171A JC96-01732D JC39-00074A JC92-01175A JC97-01338A JC72-00582AA JC96-01692A JC82-00011A Q'ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Location No. 0 1 2 3 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 S1 Description ELA-HOU COVER MAIN NEC PMO-COVER OPEN PMO-COVER MAIN MEA UNIT-MP TRAY PMO-COVER-MP PMO-TRAY EXTENSION MP PMO-TRAY HOLDER MP IPR-GUIDE LATCH PMO-ADJUSTER_P SIDE PMO-TRAY LINK MP STOPPER HINGE OPEN PMO-LENS LED PMO-KEY DEVE HAWK PMO-BUTTOM ON LINE PBA SUB PANEL PMO-GUIDE EXIT NEC PMO-BUSHING F/DOWN PMO-COVER REAR PMO-STACKER REAR NEC IPR-SPRING LOCKER REAR PMO-COVER CONTROLLER PMO-CAP REAR PMO-BRKT COVER OPEN PMO-SIDE HAND PMO-HOLDER LEVER MP NEC PMO-LEVER_EMPTY,MP NAME PLATE NEC 1450 SCREW-TAPTITE SEC. Code JC96-01746A JC72-00473A JC72-00472A JC97-01343A JC72-00480A JC72-00354A JC72-00353A JB70-10906A JC72-41381A JC72-00350A JC72-00482A JC72-00476A JC72-00550A JC72-00477A JC92-01208A JC72-00326B JC72-00387A JC72-00474A JC72-00356B JC70-00088A JC72-00475A JC72-00503B JC72-00502A JC72-00481A JC72-00402B JC72-41353A JC72-00559A 6003-000196 Q'ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7

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Location No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 15-1 15-2 15-3 16 16-1 16-2 16-3 16-4 17 18 18-1 18-2 19 19-1 19-2 Description ELA UNIT-FRAME BASE FAN-DC-HAWK PMO-GUIDE RIB CBF HARNESS-INLET ASSY PMO-HOLDER WIRE KEY DEVE CBF HARNESS-ENGINE_CONTROL CBF-HARNESS_FUSER PBA SUB-EXIT SENSOR CBF-HARNESS-THERMISTOR JOINT CBF-HARNESS-MP_CLUTCH ENG PBA SUB-FUSER_SW PMO-FRAME COVER IPR-TERMINAL FU ELA-UNIT-HOLDER TR L PMO-BUSHING TR SPRING TR L PMO-TRANSFER HOLDER ELA-UNIT-HOLDER TR R PMO-BUSHING TR SPRING TR R PMO-TRANSFER HOLDER IPR-PLATE TR GEAR-TR 29 ELA UNIT-GUIDE DEVE L PMO-GUIDE DEVE L SPRING GUIDE DEVE ELA UNIT-GUIDE DEVE R PMO-GUIDE DEVE R SPRING GUIDE DEVE SEC. Code JC96-01641D JC31-00004A JC72-00464A JC39-00073A JC72-00471A JC72-00550A JC39-00069A JC39-00085A JC92-01234A JC39-00084A JC39-00076A JC92-01261A JC72-00325A JC70-10961A JC96-01730A JC72-41142A JC61-00047A JC72-41145D JC96-01729A JC72-41142A JC61-00046A JC72-41145C JC70-11053A JC66-00039A JC96-01643A JC72-00317A JC61-70932A JC96-01642A JC72-00318A JC61-70932A Q'ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Description PMO-HINGE GUIDE FEED GND ICU PMO-CAP SENSOR GND MP GEAR-P/UP DRIVE GROUND MOTOR IPR-GUIDE DUST IPR-OPC-HAWK CAP CONNECTOR L CAP CONNECTOR U MEC-ROLLER TRANSFER GEAR IDLE Z27 RING-CS WASHER-PLAIN IPR-WASHER SPRING SU

SEC. Code JC72-00321A JC70-00142A JC72-00320A JC70-00091A JC66-40219A JC70-00072A JC70-11068A JC70-00125A JC72-00463A JC72-00465A JC75-10963B _ 6044-000001 6031-001002 JF70-10616A

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Exit Parts Lists


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Description MEA UNIT-FEEDER CST (500) PMO-FRAME REAR GEAR-IDLE 15 RING-CS GEAR-IDLE 25 SPRING-F/DOWN PMO-HOLDER EXIT_F/DOWN PMO-ROLLER-EXIT, MAIN PMO-ROLLER-EXIT, FR MEC-BEARING EXIT RMO-RUBBER EXIT PMO-SHAFT EXIT_F/DOWN GEAR-EXIT

SEC. Code JC97-01323A JC72-00386A JC66-00029A 6044-000001 JC66-00030A JC61-00043A JC72-00388A JC72-41081A JC72-41082A JC75-10529A JC73-40915A JC72-00384A JC66-40209A

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Location No. 0 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 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Description ELA UNIT FUSER (110V) SCREW TAPTITE M3 x 8, BH+ SCREW TAPTITE M3 x 10, FH+ SCREW MACHINE M3 x 6 THERMISTOR-FUSER ELECTRODE FU R ELECTRODE FU M ELECTRODE FU L THERMOSTAT BRKT GEAR FUSER GEAR-IDLE 25 GEAR-IDLE 15 RING-CS COVER FUSER ROLLER EXIT_F/UP EXIT_F/UP (SPRING) SPRING-CLAW GUIDE-CLAW LAMP-HALOGEN ROLLER-HEAT ROLLER PRESSORE FRAME FUSER GEAR FUSER, Z32 BUSHING HR-L BUSHING HR-R SPRING-BEARING PR BUSHING PR GUIDE REAR SHAFT EXIT_F/UP BUSHING_TX GEAR-EXIT RUBBER EXIT RUBBER EXIT F/UP ACTUATOR EXIT SPRING-ACTUATOR HOLDER BRUSH BRUSH ANTISTATIC HOLDER SHAFT SEREW TAPTITE M3X6,BH+ SEC. Code JC96-01732D 6003-000119 6003-000196 6001-000131 JC14-00001A JC71-00006A JC71-00007A JC71-00005A 4712-000001 JC72-00504A JC66-00030A JC66-00029A 6044-000001 JC72-00377A JC72-00378A JC70-00099A JC61-70922A JC72-00376A 4713-001135 JC71-20901A JC75-10956A JC70-00092A JC66-40926A JC72-41076A JC72-00381A JC61-00042A JC72-41078A JC72-00379A JC72-00383A JC72-00382A JC66-40209A JC73-40909A JC73-00040A JC72-00385A JC61-00050A JC72-00551A JC75-00095A JC72-00537A 6003-000115 Q'ty 1 6 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4

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Location No. 0 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 Description ELA HOU-MPF PHOTO-INTERRUPTER SCREW-TAPTITE WASHER-PLAIN SOLENOID CBF-HARNESS-MP_EMPTY SPRING KNOCK UP SPRING-PICK UP, MP BRACKET_MP PMO-PLT KNOCK_UP, MP ICT-SHAFT_P/U, MP PMO-GEAR P/U MP PMO-CAM PICK UP MP PMO-FRAME_MP PMO-HOLDER_P/U,MP PMO-HOUSING_P/U, MP PMO-BEARING-PICK UP RMO-RUBBER_P/U, MP PMO-IDLE PICK UP, MP RPR-PAD KNOCKUP, MP RCR-FRICTION PAD 1 MP RCR-FRICTION PAD 2 MP PMO-RING KNOCK UP MP SCREW TAPTITE PMO-ADJUST END MP RING-E RING-CS SEC. Code JC96-01650A 0604-001095 6003-000125 6031-000021 JC33-00003A JC39-00079A JC61-70913A JC61-00041A JC70-00083A JC72-00360A JC70-00096A JC72-00351A JC72-00345A JC72-00352A JC72-00346A JC72-41028A JC66-10202A JC73-10907A JC72-41027A JC74-00011A JC73-00050A JC73-00050B JC72-00374A 6003-000196 JC72-41355A 6044-000149 6044-000001 Q'ty 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

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Drive Parts Lists


Location No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Description ELA UNIT-MOTOR MOTOR-STEP IPR-BRKT GEAR IPR-BRKT MOTOR GEAR-RDCN 145-70 GEAR-RDCN 90-24 GEAR-OPC DRV 135 GEAR-OPC DRIVE2 GEAR-FEED DRV GEAR-CLUTCH 56 GEAR-FUSER DRV23 PMO-CLUTCH LEVER SPRING-CLUTCH WASHER-PLAIN MPR-POLYWASHER 8 WASHER-PLAIN SCREW-MACHINE SEC. Code JC96-01656A JC31-00002A JC70-00090A JC70-00089A JC66-00024A JC66-00027A JC66-00025A JC66-00036A JC66-00026A JC66-00028A JC66-00003A JC72-00034A JC61-00004A 6031-000004 JC74-00006A 6031-000023 6001-000131 Q'ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 5

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Pick-Up Parts Lists


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Location No. 0 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

Description MEA UNIT-FEEDER SCREW-TAPTITE WASHER-PLAIN SPRING-FEED(1) SPRING-FEED(2) BEARING-PICK UP GEAR-P/UP DRIVE GEAR-FEED GEAR-PICK UP(12) IPR-SHAFT FEED IPR-SHAFT FEED IDLER IPR-SHAFT PICK UP GROUND_FEED IPR-GUIDE_FEED PMO-HOUSING P/UP PMO-ROLLER FEED L PMO-ROLLER FEED S PMO-SUB HOLDER FEED PMO-FRAME_FEED PMO-HOLDER FEED(1) PMO-HOLDER FEED(2) PMO-IDLE PICK_UP PMO-ROLL_FEED, DRV 12 RMO-RUBBER PICK_UP RMO-LEVER PICK_UP SPRING PICK UP(12) RING-CS

SEC. Code JC97-01324A 6003-000002 6031-000021 JC61-70941A JC61-70942A JC66-10202A JC66-40219A JC66-40375A JC66-40958A JC70-10229A JC70-10230A JC70-10231A JC70-00097A JC70-10992A JC72-40252A JC72-40261A JC72-40262A JC72-40266A JC72-00341A JC72-41184A JC72-41185A JC72-00344A JC72-41295A JC73-40907A JC72-41339A JC61-70966A 6044-000001

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Cassette Parts Lists


Location No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Description MEA RACK-FEEDER CST (500) PMO-COVER GUIDE EXT PMO-FRAME CASSETTE PMO-GUIDE EXT CST PMO-GUIDE PAPER PMO-GUIDE SIDE CST PMO-INDICATOR PAPER PMO-SIDE GUIDE EXT PMO-SUB GUIDE CAST PMO-HOLDER INDICATOR PMO-LOCKER PLATE IPR-FINGER IPR-GUIDE EXT LOCK IPR-GUIDE PAPER SCF IPR-GUIDE PLT PAPER IPR-PLATE KNOCK UP IPR-PLATE SPR LOCK IPR-SPR PLT G/SIDE SPRING PLATE K/UP 1 SPRING PLATE K/UP 2 SPRING LOCKER PLATE RCR-PAD FINGER SCREW TAPTITE M3 x 10 NI LABEL(R)-CASSETTE SEC. Code JC97-01323A JC72-40936A JC72-00361A JC72-00362A JC72-00372A JC72-00363A JC72-00407A JC72-40970A JC72-00364A JC72-41388A JC72-41210A JC70-10213A JC70-00084A JC70-10922A JC70-10923A JC70-00085A JC70-10926A JC70-10929A JC61-00039A JC61-00039B JG61-70531A JC73-00051A 6003-0000001 JC68-00412A Q'ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1

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Second Cassette Frame Parts List (option)


Location No. 0 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 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Description ELA UNIT-SCF(110V/220V) SCREW-TAPTITE PMO-FRAME UPPER,NEC PMO-GUIDE ENV,NEC IPR-GROUND TOP CASE BODY-TOP PBA SUB-SCF IPR-INSULATOR SCF PMO-HUB CLUTCH SPRING-SPRING CLUTCH PMO-COLLAR CLUTCH GEAR-PICK UP(Z38) SPRING-IDLE,SCF PMO-ARM ENV PMO-SENSOR LEVER PMO-SENSOR FRAME CBF HARNESS-SCF Motor GND ICT-PIN_PARELLED,P/U PMO-BEARING SHAFT IPR-SHAFT PICK UP PMO-IDLE PICKUP PMO-P/UP HOUSING RPR-PICK UP ROLL MEC-FEED ROLLER, SCF GEAR-FEED (SCF) RING-E PMO-IDLE FEED PMO-IDLE FRAME SPRING-PAD PMO-GUIDE PAPER2,NEC PMO-IDLE FRAME1 MOTOR-SCF IPR-SCF MOTOR 1 GEAR-IDLE(Z=30) GEAR-IDLE(SCF) GEAR-IDLE 19 IPR-SCF MOTOR SOLENOID-MAGNET IPR-SCF SOLENOID CBF HARNESS-SCF_8P SEC. Code JC96-01692A 6003-000196 JC72-00467A JC72-41199B JC70-11028A JC70-00119A JC92-01260A JC70-11073A JC72-00568A JC61-70960A JC72-00569A JC66-00046A JG61-70544A JC72-41190A JC72-41280A JC72-41212A JC39-00087A JC70-40360A JC72-41191A JC70-00117A JG72-40869A JC72-41211A JC73-10944A JC75-00104A JC66-40955A 6044-000231 JC72-41206A JC72-41207A JC61-70953A JC72-41198B JC72-41281A JC31-10501A JC70-11032A JC66-40950A JC66-40954A JC66-40012A JC70-11031A JC33-10501A JC70-11033A JC39-00102A Q'ty 1 19 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 7 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Location No. 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Description PMO-FRAME LEFT,NEC SCREW-TAPTITE IPR-GROUND BOTTOM CASE BODY-BOTTOM FOOT-RUBBER SCF CBF HARNESS-SCF GND PMO-FRAME RIGHT,NEC IPR-GROUND FEED CBF HARNESS-SCF FEED GND SCREW-MACHINE RING-E

SEC. Code JC72-00468A 6003-000266 JC70-11026A JC70-00118A JC61-40903A JC39-00091A JC72-00461A JC70-11027A JC39-00088A 6001-000131 6044-000129

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Location No. 0 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 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

Description MEA ETC-CAST SCF,NEC RPR-PAD FRICTION PMO-FRAME PAD SPRING-PAD PMO-GUIDE PAPER1 IPR-KNOCK UP(SCF) RPR-CORK KNOCKUP LABEL(R)-INSTRUCT S PMO-SUB GUIDE CST PMO-GUIDE SIDE SPRING-SCF K/UP PMO-DETECT PANEL LABEL(R)-HEIGHT IPR-PLATE PAPER PMO-LINK LEVER PMO-CASSETTE SCF PCT-FILM GUIDE SIZE1 PCT-FILM GUIDE SIZE2 PMO-LEVER REAR SPRING-IDLE,SCF IPR-PLATE LEVER PMO-GUIDE REAR1 PMO-GUIDE REAR2 PMO-GUIDE REAR3 SPRING-LOCKER,PLATE PMO-LOCKER PLATE PMO-BUSH K/UP PMO-ROLLER FD R PMO-CAP PLATE K/UP SPRING-SUB PLATE PMO-LEVER PAPER S SCREW-MACHINE IPR-SHAFT KNOCK UP IPR-PLATE SUB K/UP SPRING-SCF LEVER RING-E RPR-PAD GUIDE P/U SCREW-TAPTITE PMO-HOLDER SHAFT PCT-GUIDE PAPER FILM PMO-DUMMY ENV PMO-GUIDE LOCK

SEC. Code JC97-01356A JC73-00058A JC72-41195B JC61-70953A JC72-41201B JC70-11029A JC73-10947A JC68-30932D JC72-00462A JC72-41205A JC61-70957A JC72-41193B JC68-30938D JC70-11047A JC72-40968A JC72-41192B JC72-00577A JC72-00578A JC72-41209A JG61-70544A JC70-11030A JC72-41202B JC72-41203B JC72-41204A JG61-70531A JC72-41210A JC72-40961A JC72-41008A JC72-40962A JC61-70919A JC72-41341A 6001-000125 JC70-00115A JC70-10927A JC61-70956A 6044-000129 JC73-00061A 6003-000196 JC72-00470A JC72-00579A JC72-41282B JC72-41200A

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10. Circuit Description


10-1 Engine Specification
10-1-1 General Specification Item 1. Engine 2. Type 3. Print Speed 4. Resolution 5. Source of Light 6. Print Method 7. Feed Method 8. Feed Reference 9. Paper Specification & Descriptions ML-6060/6040 Desktop 12 PPM (A4 Size,5% Character Pattern) 1200 X 1200 DPI Laser Diode(LSU) Non-impact Electrophotography, Cassette & Manual Side Reference Loading Size 1) Normal Paper : A4,Letter,Legal,B5, Executive 2) Envelope : Normal Envelope 3) Other : OHP 4) Length : 125 ~ 365mm Width : 75 ~ 216mm Weight : For Bin Cassette, 60 ~ 163g/m2 For Manual, 60 ~ 163g/m2 Cassette : 270 Sheets Manual Slot : 1 Sheets Face Down : 250 Sheets Face up : 100 Sheets Less than 30 sec Stand-By : 15 Sec AC 110V 15% 50/60Hz 3Hz, AC 220V 15% 50/60Hz 3Hz Max. 630 W Avr. 350 W Max 12 Wh Left Side Backward -UL, CSA, TUV, CB, SEMKO, DEMKO, NEMKO, CCIB,CDRH -CE, FCC Standby : 30 ~ 35 dB Operating : 47 ~ 50 dB Remark

At Copy Mode

Laser Beam

. Cardstock . Label

10.Paper Capacity 11.Paper Stacker Capacity 12.Warming up Time 13.First Printing Time 14.Power Rating 15.Power Consumption 16.Power Saving Consumption 17.Power Switch 18.Certification & Compliance 19.Acoustic Noise

Sleeping Mode

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Item 20.Reliability 21.Toner Cartridge 22.Expected Life Span 23.Operating Environment 24.Storage Environment 25.Weight 26.External Dimension 27.Toner Cartridge

28.Packing(Main Kit)

Specification & Descriptions Remark MPBF : 30,000 pages MTTR : 30 min. SAMSUNG- Toner Cartridge 120,000 pages or 5 years (whichever comes first, A4, 5%) Temperature : 10 ~ 32.5 Humidity : 20 ~ 80% Temperature : -20 ~ 40 (Packed) Humidity : 20 ~ 95% (Packed) Net : Max. 7.5kg Gross : Max. 361(W) X 409.1(D) X 294.5(H)mm .Life Span : 5% Pattern,Min. 6,000 Sheets .Developing : Non-magnetic Contact Developing .Charging : Conductive Roller Charging Negative PWM .Density Adjustment : Possible Pre-transfer Lamp .Transfer System : Pre-transfer By LED & Conductive Roller Transfer .Fusing System : Temperature & Pressure .OZONE Emission : Max. 0.02 PPM (8 Hours) .Printer 1 Set .Toner Cartridge 1 Piece .Power Cord 1 Piece

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10-1-2 Quality Specification Item 1. Conditions Paper Environment 2. Print Quality Optical Density Specification & Descriptions Remark Core Media List 75g/m2 Temperature : 15 ~ 25C Temperature Humidity : 40 ~ 60% -Avr. 1.30 (Temperature : 15 ~ 25C) : After 1hr. from Power On -Over 1.0 (min.) if left in low temperature. OD delta less than 0.08 (Mcbeth density) Max. 0.2(Including Continuous Print) Min 75% ('All Black' & '2 by 2 Pattern') Vertical : Max. 1.75 mm / 250 mm Horizontal : Max. 1.5 mm / 200 mm Horizontal(aplied to 200mm) : less than 0.5 mm Image Density : Min1.0(Envelope) Fusing : Min. 70% (Envelope/OHP/Postcard:More than 120g/m2 Less than 1/2000 (75g/m2 Paper, in L/L condition) First : Less than 16mm (10 Sheets)--> measured in 1 min. after printing 10 pages. over 100 m (at DC 500V / 1 mm) less than 130V / AC 1.0 kV less than 250V / AC 1.5 kV Less than 0.1 (25A / 3 sec) Rated Voltage 15% AC 1200V, 50 ~ 1000 ns, 3 min. RatedPower Less than 3.5mA (1.5 kohm) IEC 1000-4-5 level3, 2kV Max. 0.02 PPM (8 Hours) Isolating the input power from below parts ;LSU, High Voltage Part, DC fan, Clutch, Fuser Motor Fuse inside the SMPS .The temperature does not rise to the Indicate the specific temperature in the specific time. Fuser error .The temperature is too high. 230 - 240C(The thermostat cuts off the Fuser from the power.) Thermistor Open Sensing : Without the initial tempera ture change of the Fuser

Background Uniformity Fusing Skew Bowing Special Paper Exception

Paper Jam Paper Curl

3. Reliability

Insulation Resistance

Voltage Strength (Hi-Pot)


Ground Continuous

Voltage DIP AC Impulse Noise Leakage Current Surge OZONE Emission Top Cover Open

Overcurrent Protect

4. Fusing System

Trouble Sensing

Overheat Sensing

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Circuit Description

10-1-3 Maintenance
Item 1.Toner Saving 2.Density Adjustment 3.Power Save Time 4.Installing the Printer Specification & Descriptions Remark -.Using the DRAFT printing -.62% Normal, Dark,Light OFF,15,30,45,60 minutes selectable 1) Unpack the box. 2) Get the new image cartridge out of its bag. And then remove the plastic strip from the cartridge. 3) Insert the cartridge into the Printer 4) Load the paper into the cassette 5) Connect the POWER CORD and Power On 6) To check the Basic Print state. At the Ready state, press the Demo Key for 7sec, print Self Test Pattern. 7) Check the print quality

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10-2 System Composition


10-2-1 System Configuration 10-2-1-1 Video Controller Board
Video Controller Board receives image data from the Host Computer then convert into Bitmap (Binary) image or directly receive Bitmap image from the Host and connect to the input/output section to process data and print out the created image. of polygon mirror.

10-2-1-7 Transfer Section


Transfer unit is composed of PTL(Pre-Transfer Lamp) and Transfer Roller PTL investigates Beam from OPC drum and decreases the electric potential and the toner adhesion to increase the transfer efficiency. The transfer roller transfers the toner from the OPC drum to the paper surface.

10-2-1-2 SMPS Board (Engine)


AC is received to create the needed quantity of +5V and +24V DC level. Adequate amount of voltage is supplied to each units. It also supplies AC voltage to the Heat Lamp of the fixed unit.

10-2-1-8 Printing Section


Printing unit is composed of Heat Lamp, Heat Roller, Pressure Roller, Thermistor and Thermostat. Printing unit completes the printing job by applying toner from the transfer unit with pressure and high temperature to stick to the paper.

10-2-1-3 Engine Board (SMPS)


Engine Board uses the voltage received from SMPS to control electric photo process, which is the basic operation principle of LBP. Detailed explanation on each composition elements are in the section 2.4 Engine Controller.

10-2-1-9 Driving Section


Driving unit applies Bi-Polar Motor and controls current in 2-2.

10-2-1-4 HVPS Board


HVPS board creates optimum image formation condition by supplying High Voltage from THV/MHV/Supply/Dev to the developer. HVPS board also has Cover Open Sensing unit, which shuts off Main Motor, LSU, Fan, Clutch and +24V when the front cover is opened.

10-2-1-5 Develop Unit


Develop unit creates image using electric photo process. This unit consists of Charge Roller, OPC drum, Developer Roller, Supply Roller and Toner.

10-2-1-6 LSU(Laser Scanning Unit)


LSU is controlled by Video Controller. It is the core part that forms charge ripple at the OPC drum by applying video data from the video controller, exposure from OPC drum and the rotation principle of polygon mirror. OPC drum synchronously rotates with the paper feeding speed. At this point, when the laser beam within the LSU reaches the edge of the polygon mirror, /HSYNC signal is sent to the engine. The engine then detects the /HSYNC signal and properly adjust the vertical image lines of the paper. The image data is sent to the LSU at the set time, followed by /HSYNC signal detection to adjust the left margin. It becomes one of the lines scanned by one side 10-5

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10-2-2 Development Process 10-2-2-1 Paper Feed


Paper feed unit is operated by the engine and solenoid rotates the feed roller to feed one sheet of paper. The paper then moves on to the set and hits the actuator of the feed sensor. The engine at this time detects that signal and prepare to spread the the image data. If problems occurs in the feed sensor, Paper Jam Error will appear in the OP panel. The feed sensor section is also closely related to the top margin of the paper.

10-2-2-2 Electric Charge


This section charges uniform (-)voltage to OPC. When (1400V) is charged to the Charge Roller, OPC drum is evenly charged with approximately -800V. This is the first stage of the electric photo creation.

C/R -1.40KV

-800V

OPC

10-2-2-3 Exposure Unit

Unexposured -800V

Exposured

Unexposured -800V

-250V OPC Surface

LSU exposes OPC drum by turning Laser Diode On/Off according to the digital data of the bitmap image data received from the controller board. The voltage difference created at this point is shown above. The exposed area to the laser is -250V, which relatively increases the electric potential and forms charge ripple. The areas that are not

exposed to the laser due to no video data will maintain 800V. As a result, image(black dot) is created in the 250V area and the -800V area will show up white, which creates the basic condition of image formation.

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< Engine Operating Description >

metering blade D/R OPC S/R

-500V GND Develop Block

-650V

HOST COMPUTER

VIDEO CONTROLLER

ENGINE CONTROLLER
FACE DOWN STACKER H.V.P.S LSU DEVELOPER FUSER PAPER PATH FACE UP EXIT SENSOR FEED SENSOR OPC

/HSYNC

[ Fig1 ] System OPerating Structure

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< Engine Operating Description >

LSU 2.Charging C/R 7.Fixing 8.Exit H/R P/R T/R 6.Transfer PTL 5.Pre-Transfer OPC 3.Exposure 4.Development D/R S/R 1.Feeding

EXIT SENSOR

FEED SENSOR

[ Fig 2 ]

10-2-2-4 Development Section


From the contact surface where OPC drum and the Developer Roller rotate in opposite direction, Toner with it's (-) electric characteristics transfers to the exposed part (-250V) of the OPC drum due to the electric potential dif ference. But the areas not exposed (-800V) do not transfer.

10-2-2-5 Transfer Section

OPC

1.0KV T/R GND


The toner from the surface of the OPC drum is transferred to the paper by the transfer roller. In other words, the toner from the surface of the OPC drum is transferred by the transfer roller charged with approximately +1.0kV(300~ 2800V adjustable). At this time, the adjustable voltage of 300~ 2800V is decided by the temperature and humidity. This process is called transfer.

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10-2-2-6 Printing Section

Thermistor

Heat Lamp Heat Roller Paper Toner

Spring

Pressure Roller

The toner on the surface of a paper, which passed the transfer section is at a low electric state. Therefore, it can easily spread. At this point, high temperature of 180 and pressure of 3 Kg are applied to permanently stick the toner to the paper. The resulted image remains permanently. The heat roller transfers the heat from the internal heat lamp to the surface to apply the heat to the paper that passes the surface. The melted toner due to the heat does not stay on the surface of the Teflon coated heat roller. The pressure roller located on the bottom of the heat roller is made from Silicon Resin and it's surface is also coated with Teflon. The thermistor of the printing section senses the temperature of the heat roller and feedback the information to maintain 185 during printing mode and 145 at standby mode. The thermostat used as secondary safety feature prevents overheat by turning off the main power when the heat lamp is overheated.

10-2-2-7 Exit
The paper that completed the electric photo process exits the printer through the Exit Sensor. The detected signal is then sent to the engine to inform the location of the paper. When the actuator and senor mal functions, Paper Jam 2 error will be displayed.

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10-2-3. Engine/SMPS Section


SMPS(Switching Mode Power Supply) is the PWM(Pulse Width Modulation) method of power supply unit that supplies DC+5Vand DC+24V to the engine and DC+5V

to

the video controller and the assembly panel. It also supplies AC voltage to the heat lamp of the printing

10-2-3-1. SMPS Specification


Item AC input voltage minimum optimum maximum
max input AC voltage max Inrush voltage

Input (AC)

Line Regulation Road Regulation Output (DC) Ripple Noise


Over Current Protect Over Voltage Protect

Specification Europe America 198V 90V 230V 120V 264V 132V 1.5Arms 2.5Arms 40 Ap-p (at 20 C) 24V 5% 5V 2% 24V -3%/+10% 5V 3% 24V : 120mV(Peak 400mV) 5V : 50mV(Peak 100mV) 24V : 2.7A 10%(by C'ct ) 5V : 5 A 10%(by C'ct )

10-2-3-2 Power Supply Section of SMPS


Output + 5V(DC) Application Board Logic section of engine, Panel, Viedo Controller Board & LSU Laser Main Motor, Solenoid, LSU Motor HVPS & lamp adjustment in the printing section Activates Lamp (print) Remark Viedo Controller board

+24V(DC) AC

Print

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10-2-3-3 Circuit 1) AC Input and DC


AC input unit is composed of FUSE, VARISTOR, NOISE CAPACITOR and LINE FILTER. DC unit is composed of BRIDGE DIODE and ELECTRIC CAPACITOR. The FUSE(F501) has specification of 125V/8A for 110V and 250V/5A for 220V. FUSE contains the function to prevent damage due to SMPS fire in the event of malfunction of 1 st. PWM Control and parts causing excess voltage. NOISE CAPACITOR is EMI counter part, which is composed of CAPACITOR(C501, C505) for the normal mode noise and CAPACITOR(CC503, C504, C506) for common mode noise. Larger the capacity of the CAPACITOR, greater the NOISE absorption effect. But, adequate capacitor should be carefully selected since leakage current increases with the increased capacity in capacitor, which has high potential of electric shock. The Line Filter connected to the Capacitor has the EMI Noise eliminating function. Especially, the filter and the capacitor not only absorbs the noise being transferred out of the printer through power line, it also absorbs the opposite noise coming from the exterior.

2) SWITCHING Control Section


SMPS is driven by OSC. It has uniform switching frequency and the range of 'On Time' Pulse may vary depending on the surrounding condition. Basic operation procedure is as following. Turn on the AC power. AC input voltage will pass through Noise Filter circuit, Bridge Diode(BD502) and condenser(C507). High level of DC voltage is created then the start resistance which passed through R509 and 510 will supply voltage to the supporting current unit(Vcc);#5pin of the PWM Control IC U502 (STRG6153T) to control the current inside the IC. Then, turn on the Gate in the FET. At this point the current passed through FET will flow through the 1st trance coil T501. pin #1 and the supporting current in the trance #5 and 6 will be abandoned. The current flowing through the 1st trance coil U502(STR6153) will rapidly increase current in #1 Drain and this process will block the abandoned current in the 2nd trance coil of the transformer to flow out. Followed by this operation, due to the surrounding condition change, Drain current reaches the critical rigging point of U502(hfe). This is caused by the relative decrease in Drain current compared to time. This indicates that U502 is unable to maintain On status. Such condition is the area of Insufficient Gate Current. According to the FET characteristics, DRAIN voltage of U502 progresses from the saturated area to unsaturated area. At this point, the voltage from 1st. trance coil will decrease and quickly turns off the U502, which creates counter electric power in each coil of trance. This electric power creates abandoned voltage from the limited amount of current flown from 2nd. trance coil to the 1st. trance coil. The current then flows into U503(PHOTO COUPLER) to bypass the U502 feedback. Then, U502 turns on. Through such repetitious process, the current flowing through 2nd trance coil is filtered to create necessary DC voltage. DC output and feedback circuit are created by +5V of D503 and C515. +24V is created by abandoned voltage from the 2nd. trance coil due to D504 and C518. In order to maintain uniform DC output level, detect the output level from R515 and R518 to maintain uniform level, then enabled feedback by disconnecting the Shunt Regulaor IC(U504) and used PHOTO COULPER (U503).

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3) Fixed Temperature Control


To control the fixed lamp, the control signal of "FUSER ON" in Logic section and the supply of DC voltage in the SMPS section is necessary. The circuit turns on when the "FUSER ON" sends the operation signal and the DC power is supplied. The operation principle of control circuit of fixed lamp is as following. Trigger current flows to Triac Driver U501 LED due to "FUSER ON" of Logic. Then the Photo detector of U501 will detect the infrared ray and the Triac of U501 will activate. The current will thend send the Trigger input to the Gate of Triac THY501. At this point THY501 will be activated and AC power will be supplied to the fixed lamp, then the lamp will turn on and the temperature will rise. Because the fixed lamp circuit uses AC voltage as it's voltage supply, bidirectional Triac(THY501) is applied, since it has advantage in price, size and reliability compared to unidirectional SCR. The Gate terminal of Triac can be triggered as ordered or opposite direction signal. Once the triac turns on, it cannot be controlled by the Gate signal. It maintains until the level of current flowing in the main terminal falls below the level of maintaining current. In other words, it cannot be turned off by counter current as that of SCR. Such characteristics is categorized as Critical Rigging Time Rate (Commutation: dv/dt). In the application of electric power exchange, Triac either turns off the activation or switches twice in each period at Zero Crossing. Such switching movement is called Commutation. It is able to turn off the triac at the end of the half period by deleting the Gate signal. It is possible when the level of (IL) current is below the level of maintaining current. When the Triac commutation is Off, the voltage will instantly change to opposite direction and the VAC will increase to the maximum level. At this time, the range of increase rate is decided by dv/dt and the Overshoot voltage is decided by the circuit. Also, the voltage of Triac will have same level of voltage when the commutation of Triac is Off.

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10-2-3-4 Sensor Input Circuit 1) Paper Empty Sensing


The Paper Empty Sensor(Photo Interruptor), which is located in the Engine Board informs the CPU the status of paper volume through the operation of actuator fixed on the frame. If there is no paper in the Cassette, it notifies the second LED(yellow) of the panel LED by reading the DO Bit of CPU U7.

10-2-3-6 Motor Circuit


Motor circuit is decided at the Driver IC selection stage.(Vendor provides) Motor Driver IC of A2918SWH(U2) is used here. But the sensing resistance (R44, R48) value and the reference resistance (R40,R49) value can be adjusted depending on the motor activating current. The value of motor activating current is calculated by following formula.

2) Paper Feeding/Width Sensing


When the fed paper passes through the actuator of the feed sensor, it notifies that the paper is being transferred to CPU by detecting the Photo Interrupter signal and the image data is distributed after set amount of time passes.(related to top layer of paper) If the feed sensor does not detect within 1 second of paper feeding, JAM 0(CPU #105) will occur. (Both Red & Yellow of OP Panel LED will turn on) Same concept is applied to sense paper width. The actuator will activate if A4 or Letter size paper is fed. If other sizes of papers are fed, the 'P_WIDTH*' signal remains at High state. This explains how paper widths are sensed.(U7 D6 Bit)

I = Vref / Rs, Vref = (R495V) / (R40+R49) From above formula, by applying R49=10 Kohm, R40=4.7Kohm and Rs=0.39 ohm, you should have I=1.05 A. The operation principle is that motor enable signal is received from CPU and create bipolar pulse and relay the output to the stepping motor input.

10-2-3-5 DC FAN / SOLENOID Circuit


Fan circuit is operated by transistor and controlled by D6 Bit of U2. Q9 turns on at High and the fan operates. It turns off at sleep mode. Solenoid operates during paper fill up. On and off is activated by D4 Bit of U2 and the operating time is 300ms. At this time, D10(1N4003) Diode protects Q3(KSC1008Y) from the Noise pulse generated during De-energizing of solenoid.

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10-2-4 Video Controller 10-2-4-1 Power On Reset Circuit


Reset circuit initializes KS61200 CPU(U17) when the power turns on and prevents unstable CPU operation until the power reaches standard level. This circuit is composed of R-C circuit, which decides the value of 7705A(U14) Reset IC and Reset time. Reset takes place 0.4seconds after the power is on and when the power level falls below 4.75V. Then, CPU(U17) carries out initialization accordingly. 'RESET' signal is set at High followed by voltage change approximately after 137ms.

Vcc 4.75V

Reset*

Time Treset = 400ms Treset = 137ms

As shown in the diagram, when the power reaches 4.75V after initial power(Vcc) is on, Reset signal is sent to CPU after 400ms by reset circuit. At this time CPU initializes itself and the surrounding elements. Also, it prevents various malfunctions by sending the reset signal when the Vcc falls below 4.75 V during operation.(Initial operation

voltage of IC : 5V0.5V) Since IC guarantees operation at minimum 4.5V, before the level falls below the minimum value, the circuit is designed to activate reset function at 4.7V.

10-2-4-2 CPU
CPU is 32bit microprocessor SAMSUNG KS61200(U17, 240pin). CPU receives 20MHz OSC Clock and operates at 66MHz. All surrounding IC's are controlled by CPU. (Refer to Data Book for detailed CPU Specification.)

10-2-4-3 CPU Circuit


OSC(20MHz) is applied. Clock is applied to CPU #253 using FS741. The DC connected Bead and Resistance re used for EMI counter measures.

becomes active(inactive) when Fuser signal is High(low) according to the set temperature table and the Rom program. Based on the Q2 switching, if the 'FUSERON*' signal is low, TCP3061(U501) turns on. AC voltage is applied to the heat lamp by turning on the bidirectional Thyristor(THY501) or shut off by turning off the bidirectional Thyristor(THY501). LM393 is the hardware type safety feature to prepare for abnormal heat lamp control. When the temperature of thermistor rises to 210 , #1 pin of LM393 falls to low level, which turns the 'FUSERON*' signal to High.(Q8 is forced Off). Therefore, the heat lamp is forced to go Off.

10-2-4-4 Fuser Control / Thermistor Circuit


To settle the toner to the surface of a paper, this circuit adequately controls the temperature of heat lamp. It is composed of thermistor, LM393(voltage comparison) and transistor for switching. Basic principle is that the thermistor attains resistance value that is inversely proportional to the heat lamp temperature. The voltage value distributed between the resistance R69 and R57 is read at #60 pin(AVIN2) of CPU. This voltage value

10-2-4-5 Sensing Circuit


1) Cover Open Sensing Cover Open Sensor is located on the top right side of HVPS. When the front cover opens, it shuts off +24V(DC fan, Solenoid, Main Motor, LSU Polygon Motor and HVPS) supplied to each unit. D0 Bit of U7 senses cover open by sensing the developing section with D7 Bit of U7. In this case, the red LED, which is located on top of the OP Panel informs the user of the situation.

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10-2-4-9 DCU Interface Circuit


2) Paper Exit Sensing The exit sensor assembled on the engine board and the actuator attached to the frame detect the paper exiting the printer. The paper recognizes the On/Off time of the exit sensor through D2 Bit of U7 and notifies the normal operation or jam information to the CPU. Paper JAM2 is also notified.(Both Red & Yellow LED from OP Panel Let go on) DCU(Diagnostic Control Unit) tests the LBP and used as a tool in Trouble-shooting and according to it's purpose, Diagnostic code, Normal Status code and Error Status code can be applied. At this time, Diagnostic Test takes place through 'DCU-DIN' signal and the Normal/Error status check takes place through 'DCU_DOUT' signal. 'DCU_CLK' is the DCU clock input unit.(CLK Frequency : approximately 17.6KHz)

10-2-4-6 LSU Circuit


1) Polygon Motor (+24V) Polygon motor inside the LSU rotates by 'PMOTOR*' signal. It passes Transient section and reaches the motor section, 'LREADY*' signal is notified to CPU #115 pin. When LSU uses external clock for the motor rotation frequency, 'CLOCK' pin accepts the necessary frequency. Clock circuit is composed inside the engine. Crystal frequency of 6.81984 MHz is activated by 74HC4060N IC and uses 1665Hz for the rotation frequency of the polygon motor. 2) Laser (+5V) When the laser is turned on by 'LDON*' signal, horizontal scan takes place due to the 6 sided reflection mirror(Polygon mirror) attached to the polygon motor, which rotates in clockwise direction. At this time, when the laser beam reaches the starting corner of each surface, 'HSYNC*' signal(pulse) is activated. The video controller uses 'HSYNC*' signal to form left margin of the image.(horizontal synchronous signal) When the 'Vdout*' signal in inputted to the LSU, it becomes 'LDON*' and ANDring to investigate suitable laser beam(Vdout data contained).(ON/OFF switching)

10-2-4-10 HVPS Interface Circuit


HVPS Interface section is composed of Cover Open Sensing area, LSU control area and various control areas. When high voltage on signal is received from the engine CPU, each high voltage turns on according to the electric photo process. The signals that turn on the high voltage are 'THV_EA*', 'THV*', 'MHV*', 'SUPPLY*', 'DEV*' and the 'THVREAD', which feedback the results of transfer environment to the CPU.

10-2-4-11 PTL Circuit


PTL circuit is located in the HVPS PBA and applies NPN type TR for drive

10-2-4-7 Clock Circuit


Clock uses 3 OSC's and 1 X-Tal. CPU is operated by 20MHz. USB is operated by 48MHz. Video Clock is operated by 45.032242MHz. X-Tal is used to control rotation frequency of LSU.

10-2-4-8 Memory Circuit


CPU initialization is composed of Flash-Rom capable of PGM, DRAM capable of reading and writing data and the Font Rom, which supports font in PCL6 operation. Due to the variation of Flash and Font Rom by models, basic control of 16Bit for Rom and 32Bit for Ram is necessary. Domain of Flash Rom is divided into Boot and PGM. PGM can be changed by download. The storage RAM for the data download from PC is composed of 2MByte * 2.

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10-2-5 H.V.P.S. (High Voltage Power Supply) 10-2-5-1 Introduction


HVPC applies DC+24V/ DC+5V, which is used to form image in the electric photo development process of OA equipments. It yields MHV, SUPPLY, DEV, and THV. Each high voltage printing indicates the voltage required in the electric photo process.

10-2-5-2 Electric Photo Process


Electric photo process is widely used to the image creation features of copying machines, laser beam printers and facsimiles. Its process involves transferring, exposing, developing, transferring and settling in respective order. First, form uniform electric charge of -800V on the surface of OPC with -1.4KV(adjusted) through transfer roller. The electrically charged OPC drum surface react to the image The supply roller that received -650V(adjusted) from HVPS and the DEVE roller that received -500V(adjusted) will rotate in the same direction. The toner supplied to the OPC drum becomes negatively(-) charged due to the static formed between the two rollers. The toner supplied to the develop roller is transferred(BIAS) to the development section. The negatively charged toner is

LSU MHV DEV

SUPPLY

SUPPLY ROLLER

DEVELOP ROLLER HEATER ROLLER TRANSFER ROLLER Paper Transfer Direction

THV PRESSURE ROLLER TRANSFER ROLLER

data from LSU, which received print order based on the rotation and becomes exposed. At this time, the areas that are not exposed will maintain the previous electric potential of -800V. The exposed image areas by LSU will contain approximately -250V and form charge ripple. Such drum surface of reduced exposure, which formed charge ripple, reaches the develop roller according to the drum rotation and goes through the development process. The charge ripple formed on the OPC drum surface is developed by the toner on the develop roller and transforms into image. This step converts the image formed on the OPC drum surface by LSU to the image formed by toner.

attached to the develop roller, then transferred to the exposed high electric potential surface(-250V) rather than low electric potential surface(-800V). The image is formed since the toner is not spread on the low electric potential surface. The transfer process takes place when the OPC drum continuously rotates and reaches the transfer section. The (-) toner on the OPC drum surface is transferred to the paper surface by transfer roller. The (-) toner on the OPC drum surface receives hundreds up to thousands of (+) volts from HVPS and transferred to the paper surface since the (+) voltage is larger than the (-) toner on the OPC. The toner with weak static energy settles on the paper by pressure and heat from the pressure roller and heat roller. The printing process is completed when the pressure from the pressure roller and the heat from the heat roller forces the melted toner to settle the image on the paper surface and the paper exits the printer.

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10-3-1 Introduction
HVPC applies DC+24V/ DC+5V, which is used to form image in the electric photo development process of OA equipments. It yields MHV, SUPPLY, DEV, and THV. Each high pressure output indicate the voltage required for the electric photo process.

10-3-2 Electric Photo Process


Electric photo process is widely used to the image creation features of copying machines, laser beam printers and facsimiles. Its process involves transferring, exposing, developing, transferring and settling in respective order.
LSU MHV DEV

The supply roller that received -650V(adjusted) from HVPS and the DEVE roller that received -500V(adjusted) will rotate in the same direction. The toner supplied to the OPC drum becomes negatively(-) charged due to the static formed between the two rollers. The toner supplied
SUPPLY

SUPPLY ROLLER

DEVELOP ROLLER HEATER ROLLER TRANSFER ROLLER Paper Transfer Direction

THV PRESSURE ROLLER TRANSFER ROLLER

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First, form uniform electric charge of -800V on the surface of OPC with -1.4KV(adjusted) through transfer roller. The electrically charged OPC drum surface react to the image data from LSU, which received print order based on the rotation and becomes exposed. At this time, the areas that are not exposed will maintain the previous electric potential of -800V. The exposed image areas by LSU will contain approximately -250V and form charge ripple. Such drum surface of reduced exposure, which formed charge ripple, reaches the develop roller according to the drum rotation and goes through the development process. The charge ripple formed on the OPC drum surface is developed by the toner on the develop roller and transforms into image. This step converts the image formed on the OPC drum surface by LSU to the image formed by toner.

to the develop roller is transferred(BIAS) to the development section. The negatively charged toner is attached to the develop roller, then transferred to the exposed high electric potential surface(-250V) rather than low electric potential surface(-800V). The image is formed since the toner is not spread on the low electric potential surface. The transfer process takes place when the OPC drum continuously rotates and reaches the transfer section. The (-) toner on the OPC drum surface is transferred to the paper surface by transfer roller. The (-) toner on the OPC drum surface receives hundreds up to thousands of (+) volts from HVPS and transferred to the paper surface since the (+) voltage is larger than the (-) toner on the OPC. The toner with weak static energy settles on the paper by pressure and heat from the pressure roller and heat roller. The printing process is completed when the pressure from the pressure roller and the heat from the heat roller forces the melted toner to settle the image on the paper surface and the paper exits the printer.

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10-3-3 Composition
HVPS is composed of electric charge printing section, BIAS printing section and transfer printing section. 1) Input section 2) Electric charge printing(ENABLE) section : MHV(MAIN HIGH VOLTAGE) 3) BIAS printing (ENABLE)section : DEV(DEVELOPMENT VOLTAGE)/SUPPLY(SUPPLY VOLTAGE) 4) Transfer + printing (ENABLE)section : THV(+)(TRANSFER HIGH VOLTAGE(+)) 5) Transfer - printing (ENABLE)section : THV(-)(TRANSFER HIGH VOLTAGE(-)) 6) Switching section 7) Feedback section 8) Rectification section 9) Printing section

10-3-3-1 BLOCK-DIAGRAM of Electric Charge Printing Section

SWITCHING CONTROL UNIT MHV - PWM

TRANS Circuit

Print Circuit MHV

FEEDBACK

10-3-3-2 BLOCK-DIAGRAM of BIAS Printing Section

SUPPLY

SWITCHING CONTROL UNIT

TRANS Circuit

Print Circuit

BIAS - PWM

DEV

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10-3-3-3 BLOCK-DIAGRAM of Transfer Printing Section

THVPWM PWM CONTROL UNIT SWITCHING CONTROL UNIT FEEDBACK TRANS REGULATION CIRCUIT

THV

THVEA

SWITCHING CONTROL UNIT

TRANS

REGULATION CIRCUIT

THVREAD THV CIRCUIT

FEEDBACK

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0-4 High Pressure Printing


10-4-1 MHV (Electric Charge Printing Section)
The ENABLE of electric charge printing is the control signal PWM-LOW ACTIVE . When MHV-PWM LOW SIGNAL takes place, Q401 turns On and normal voltage is supplied to OP-AMP 324. Due to the condition that the supplied voltage is higher than the OP-AMP reference voltage set at R405 and R406, OP-AMP output becomes High. This output passes R408, C403 and R409 and reaches the supporting trance coil, then Q402 turns on. When the start current flows into Q402, the IC flows through 1st. trance coil, current increases proportional to the time and reaches the limit of Q402 Hfe, it can no longer maintain On status and turns Off. Reverse voltage forms at the TRANS N1 when Q402 turns Off. Energy is supplied to 2nd. trance coil, to yield current and MHV voltage is generated through the high pressure area.

5V

18V R401 100 R405 220KF R403 110KF R404 33KF 12 13 R402 56KF R412 2K VR401 50K C402 103 R407 240K

24VS

R422 5.6K

R411 2.2K Q401 A708-Y

T401 KAB-006 1 6

C404 3KV 471

D401 4KV

R426 MGR1/2W100KF MHV


R413 MGR1/2W6MF

+ U1-D KA324

14

MHV-PWM CN2-#8

13

12

Q402 D526-Y R408 47K

5 2

7 D402 C405 2KV 680 4KV

C406 3KV 471


R414 MGR1/2W6MF

R416 MGR1/2W15MF

U2-F 7407

4 R409 430 R410 1W 3

C408 104

C401 331

R406 2.2KF

C403 D403 333 1N4148

OPC

ZD401 1W 200V

R417 MGR1/2W15MF

24VS 5V 18V 1 R501 5.6K BIAS-PWM 11 CN2-#9 U2-E 7407 10 R502 2.2K C503 104 R510 47K Q502 D526-Y 2 3 + U1-A KA324 5 2

T501 KAB-006 7

D502 4KV

R514 MGR1/2W15MF

R516 MGR1/2W50K

SUPPLY

R503 100 Q501 A708-Y

R508 86.6KF

6
C505 2KV 680

C506 3KV 471

ZD501 1W 150V

R507 27KF R505 110KF R506 C501 100KF 104 R504 2K VR501 50K C502 222
R509 12KF

1 R511 R512 430 47K R513 1W 10

R515 MGR1/2W6MF

DEV R519 MGR1/2W50K

C504 333 D501 1N4148

R520 MGR1/2W9MF

R517 MGR1/2W6MF

R518 MGR1/2W9MF

24VS

U3 KA7818 IN OUT GND C2 104


18V

+ C3 35V 47uF

C1 104

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10-4-2 BIAS(SUPPLY / Development Section)


The BIAS voltage output method is same as MHV voltage output method. According to the circuit, Q502 is turned On when BIAS-PWM LOW signal is received. Supply is generated by TRANS T501 and the electric potential equivalent to ZD501 is generated to the development voltage.

10-4-4 Environment
THV voltage recognizes the change in the transfer roller environment and then supplies optimum voltage for the environment to create optimum image. Analog data is converted to digital by the environment sensor of the transfer roller. According to such digital output stored in the program in the engine controller Rom, and with the consideration of the paper type printing environment, optimum transfer voltage is supplied. The environment recognition setting for the ML-6000 series is as following. First set the THV(+) standard voltage. Then, set the 800V standard voltage by using VR201, which has 200 supplied in the output section. Next, set the standard CPU index value to 80 using VR302. This is to set the CPU standard of feedback current to 8 when the output voltage is 800V and resistance is 100. If difference resistance value appear at 800V, the feedback current and the index value will also vary accordingly. Based on the index value read by CPU and already set Transfer Table, the corresponding transfer voltage is generated. The change in transfer output required in each section is adjusted by PWM-DUTY.

10-4-3 THV(THV(+) / THV(-) Section)


The ENABLE of transfer (+)printing is the control signal PWM-LOW ACTIVE . When MHV-PWM LOW SIGNAL takes place, Q203 turns On and normal voltage is supplied to OP-AMP 324. OP-AMP output becomes High since the voltage supplied is higher than the reference voltage of OP-AMP. At this point, 24V power controls the electric potential with ZD201 and ZD202 and sends IB to supporting trans through R212 and C204 to turn On. When the start current flows into Q204, the IC flows through 1st. trance coil of T201, current increases proportional to the time and reaches the limit of Q204 Hfe, it can no longer maintain On status and turns Off. Reverse voltage forms at the TRANS N1 when Q204 turns Off. Energy is supplied to 2nd. trance coil, to yield current and THV voltage is generated through the high pressure area. At this point, output voltage is determined by the period of DUTY. As PWM DUTY period, Q203 switches to alters electric potential of OP-AMP VREF to alter the output, where MAX is at 0% and MIN is at 100%. Transfer(-)output is the THV-EA L ENABLE. Q302 turns On at THV-EA L. Q303 turns On when VCE electric potential is generated and the IB passes through R311, C305, VR302, R314 and supporting trance coil. When the start current flows into Q303, the IC flows through 1st. trance coil of T301, current increases proportional to the time and reaches the limit of Q303 Hfe, it can no longer maintain On status and turns Off. Reverse voltage forms at the TRANS N1 when Q303 turns Off. Reverse voltage forms at the TRANS N1 when Q303 turns Off. Energy is supplied to 2nd. trance coil, to yield current and THV(-) voltage is generated through the high pressure area.

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Circuit Description

5V 18V

24VS 1 R201 10K

T201 T1167 7

C206 6KV 471 D204 4KV D205 4KV

THV-PWM CN2-#5

R206 100 3 U2-B 7407 24VS + C101 35V 47uF 4 5 U2-C 7407 6 R205 Q203 1K A708-Y R207 2K R208 30KF

D201 1N4148 5

Q204 D526-Y U1-B KA324 + 7 6 R213 2.2K

5 2

6 C205 2KV 101 C207


6KV 471

THV
R216 R218 SBR1/2W 30MJ MGR1/2W100KF

R209 100KF

C201 103 C202


VR201 331 50K D202

R214 2.2K R212 C203 470K 223 D203 ZD201 ZD202 1N4148 5.6V 7.5V

R215 430

R210 1N4148 845KF

5V CN1-#3,4

C204 473

R217 SBR1/2W 200MG

18V

R211 1MF

D200 1N4004

R3 1/2W 560

18V

ZD1 5.6V

R312 1W 56 R313 1W 56 T301 C307 D304 KAB-006 3KV 471 4KV 1 6 R315 SBR1/2W 30MJ 5 2 7 C306 D303 C308 2KV 680 4KV 3KV 471

C7 104

THV-EA CN2-#7

R309 2.2K R307 33K

Q301 A708-Y

14
1 U2-A 7407 2 D-GND

7
24VS D301 1N4148 C4 104

18V

Q303 D526-Y 4

R310 2.2K

R308 33K R311 Q302 110KF A708-Y VR302 5K C305 333

R314 2.2KF

4
10 R302 R303 100KF 33K
R304 R306 200KF 26.1KF

THV-READ CN2-#6 R316 1KF R317 2KF

8 U1-C KA324

- 9

R301 470K

C301 222

11
C302 102

C303 333

R305 6.2KF

D302 1N4148 VR301 5K

C304 500V 103

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7. Block Diagram
SPGPe ( KS3 2C 61 10 0)

C PU Da ta BU S

Sys Ad dr BU S

C PU Add r BU S

OSC. 20 MHz POWER ON RESET

PLL

ARM7TDMI Cac he 8KB

PROGRAM ROM (FLASHMEMORY) 512K*16b*2ea

FONT ROM (MASK ROM) 512K*16b*2ea

DATA RAM (DRAM) 1M*16b*2ea

SIMM (Up to 64MB) (Option)

PostScript 3 (Flash : 2MB Font : 2MB) (Option)

Sys Cn tl BU S

Sys Da ta BU S

R e set & WD T Ge ne rati on

/CS,/RD ,/WR

C PU D ATA BU S C PU A DD R. BU S

R CS RD WR

R OM/SRA M/ FL ASH ROM C on trol (4 Ban k)

A/D Bu s SYSTEM DATA B US SYSTEM ADD R. BU S

IOCS

I/O Co ntro l (5 Ba nk)

CPU Bus Interface Block

EDO / FPM D RAM Cont r ol (4 B ank)

MA MD R AS C AS

GPIO

G EU

NETWORK INTERFACE (Option)

PANEL INTERCACE MOTOR CONTROL

In te rrup t Co ntro l (4 Extern al )

Ti me r (3 CH )

Systerm Bus Interface Bloc k [Arbiter]

PVC

I/O INTERFACE
PPI

NV RAM INTERCACE SENSORS INPUT

74HC245*2EA
To ne Gen er ator

SOLENOID CONTROL FAN/PTL CONTROL

74LS273* 3EA
U A RT (3 C H )
D M AC ( 2 CH )

PARALLEL INTERFACE USB INTERFACE IC (USBN9602)

LSU INTERFACE HVPS CONTROL

OSC.(Video) 45.03224 MHz

VIS

En gi ne C omm . I/F

OSC. 48 MHz
JBIG
H CT

USB INTERFACE

FUSER CONTROL SCF INTERFACE

R AM : 5 12 B

LR AM :1 29 6B C XRAM :256 B H PVC

AD C RA M 51 2B + 51 2B

Laser Diode Vcc on LSU [LASER DIODE ON/OFF SWITCH]

THERMISTOR ADC INPUT THV READ ADC INPUT

SUPPLY 5V to each ICs

SUPPLY 24V to Motor/HVPS/FAN/LSU

5V

SMPS

24V

24VS [COVER OPEN SWITCH]

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8. Connection Diagram
S ize /E mp ty /F e e d /Ma nua l S e ns o r s a r e on B d

Re m ar k Mic r o Sw it ch o n Bo a rd In - 2 4 V Ou t- 2 4 VS 1 - GND_5 2 - GND_5 3- 5V 4- 5V 5 - GND_2 4 6 - GND_2 4 7 - 2 4 VS 8 - 2 4 VS 9- 24V 10- 24V : No rm a l C o n ne c t o r : Bo a rd o n t y p e Co n n e c t o r CN1 4 S o le n o id

HVPS PTL
P T L C t rl 5V CN3 CN1 1 - 2 4 VS 2 - GND_2 4 3- 5V 4 - GND_5 V 5 - THV_P WM 6 - THVRD 7 - / THV_EN 8 - / MHV_P WM 9 - / DEV_P WM 10- P T L 1 1 - N.C. 1 2 - N.C. CN2

CN2

Ther mis tor


T h e rm 1 T h e rm 2 DCU (F o r Sy s t e m Te s t ) 1234CN1 2 CN1 3 5V RXD TXD GND- 5 V CN1 0

CN1

1 - / MP _EMP T Y 2 - GND_5 3- 5V 1 - 2 4 VS 2 - MP _CLUT CH

MP Tray (Opt io n)

CN2

J o in t t y p e 1 - Th e r m 1 2 - Th e r m 2

CN5 1 - Sa v e 2 - P _Nar r o w 3 - Emp t y 4 - Fe e d 5 - FAN 6 - Clu t ch 7 - Fu s e r 8 - MP _Clu t c h 9 - MP _Em p t y 1 0 - Mo t o r _P A 1 1 - Mo t o r _P B 1 2 - / Mo t o r _P A 1 3 - / Mo t o r _P B 1 4 - SC F _Ca s s e te 1 5 - SC F _Mo t o r 1 6 - SC F _Clu t ch 1 7 - SC F _Emp t y 1 8 - N.C. 1 9 - T h e rm 2 2 0 - T h e rm 1 21- 5V 2 2 - EXT _Clo ck 2 3 ,2 4 - 5 V 2 5 - 5 VP S 2 6 ,2 7 ,2 8 - GND_5 V

Exit Senso r Micro - Switch


( F or LS U 5 VS C ut )

1 - 5V 2 - Ex it _s ig n a l 3 - GND_5 1 - 5V 2 - 5 VS 123456/ HSYNC 5 VS GND_5 / LD_ON / VDO LS UP OWE R1 2 0 0 7 - 2 4 VS 8 - GND_2 4 9 - P _MOT OR 1 0 - / LREADY 1 1 - EXT _CLK 123456785V GND_5 LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 Ke y 1 Ke y 2

1- 5V 2 - SC F_ Se l C as s e t t e 3 - SC F_ Mo t o r 4 - SC F_ CLUTC H 5 - SC F_ Em p t y 6 - 2 4 VS 7 ,8 - GND_ 5

SCF (Op tion)

CN1 1

Cont roller

CN3 CN8

1234-

Mo t o _P A Mo t o r _P B / Mo t o r_ PB Mo t o r _P A

Mo tor

LSU

CN6

CN3

CN5 0 2

HOT Ne u t ra l HOT Ne u t ra l

Heat Lamp (Fuse r) Power Switch AC In- Let 11 0V fo r USA 2 20V for EU DC FAN

SMP S

CN5 0 1

CN5 0 3

1 - FAN C o n t ro l 2 - N.C. 3- 24V

P an el B' d

CN5

HOST
(PC )

P ar a lle l P o rt 3 6 Pin

CN8 3 6 P in P 1 2 8 4 Co n . CN7 4 P in US B J ac k

CN4

US B P o r t 4 P in

1 - N.C,. 2 - N.C ., 3 - 5 V, 4 - /IOC S3 , 5 - D3 1 , 6 - D3 0 , 7 - D2 9 , 8 - GND5 , 9 - D2 8 , 1 0 - D2 7 , 1 1 - D2 6 , 1 2 - GND5 ,1 3 - D2 5 , 1 4 - D2 4 , 1 5 - / EIRQ1 , 1 6 - GND5 , 1 7 - A5 , 1 8 - A4 , 1 9 - A3 , 2 0 - / EIRQ0 ,2 1 - A2 ,2 2 - D2 3 , 2 3 - D2 2 , 2 4 - A1 7 , 2 5 - D2 1 , 2 6 - A1 6 , 2 7 - D2 0 , 2 8 - A1 5 , 2 9 - D1 9 , 3 0 - A1 4 , 3 1 - D1 8 , 3 2 - A1 3 , 3 3 - D1 7 , 3 4 - A1 2 , 3 5 - D1 6 , 3 6 - A1 1 , 3 7 - A6 , 3 8 - A1 0 , 3 9 - / RESET , 4 0 - A9 , 4 1 - / WAIT , 4 2 - A8 , 4 3 - / IOCS 3 , 4 4 - A7 , 4 5 - / IOCS 3 , 4 6 - N.C ., 4 7 - N.C., 4 8 - GND5 , 4 9 - A1 8 , 5 0 - / RD, 5 1 - /WE, 5 2 - GND5 , 5 3 - N.C., 5 4 - N.C., 5 5 - / EIRQ1 , 5 6 - GND5 , 5 7 - N.C ., 5 8 - 5 V, 5 9 - 5 V, 6 0 - 5 V (6 0 p in Co n n e c t o r)

Net wor k I/ F Card


(Op t io n )

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9. Schematic Diagrams
9-1 Main Circuit Diagram(1/10)

ML-6040 NC 5.1K (ML-6060)

ML-6060 NC 5.1K (ML-6040)

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Main Circuit Diagram(2/10) : ML-6060

6040 : U4,U5 UNUSED

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Main Circuit Diagram(2/10) : ML-6060N

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Schematic Diagrams

Main Circuit Diagram(3/10)

6040 : U21,U25,U32 UNUSED

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Main Circuit Diagram(4/10)

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Schematic Diagrams

Main Circuit Diagram(5/10)

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Main Circuit Diagram(6/10)

manu

.co u o y 4 ls

m
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Main Circuit Diagram(7/10)

D2 RB420D T147

D6 RB420D T147

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Main Circuit Diagram(8/10)

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Main Circuit Diagram(9/10)

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Main Circuit Diagram(10/10) : ONLY ML-6060N

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9-2 Engine Circuit Diagram(1/2)

+5V +5V 24V

+5V 1N4148

+5V

+24VS

D8

D7

D2

D3 R11 5.6K R10 5.6K R5 5.6K 100 R9 R8 R7 R3 SCF_CASSETTE SCF_MOTOR* SCF_CLUTCH SCF_EMPTY* R521 510

+24VS

CN14-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CN5-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 D9 D6 D5 D1

D505 1N4003T/R 3 2 1 2 3 CN503-1 1

FAN Q9 KSC1008-Y

+24VS C28 47uF 50V AGND DGND AGND DGND AGND

1N4148 C519 100nF DGND

R520 5.6K

DGND +5V +5V

AGND

24V +5V +5V

R56 1K FUSER

D4 1N4003T/R CN1-1 1 2 3 4 5 Q1 KSC1008-Y 3

R525 150

R4 15K

R57 6.2K R2 100 MP_EMPTY* FUSER_ON R13 510 MP_CLUTCH 1 3 2 R63 1.8K R64 5.6K R65 3.9K 3 Q2 KSC1008-Y

U3-1

8 1

C23 100nF

2 LM393 4 DGND DGND

1 R12 5.6K C5 10nF R25 1K AGND 3 2 R69 3.3K C32 1nF 1 Q7 KSC1008-Y C27 1nF BD3 BEAD 24V THERM2 THERM1

DGND

DGND

DGND

AGND

DGND D10 1N4003T/R L553 CLUCH

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V R32 510 FEED* EMPTY* NARROW* CLUTCH +5V +5V R22 5.6K

1 Q3 KSC1008-Y

R29 150 1 A C

R28 15K 1 A

R31 150

R30 15K 1 A

R51 150

R52 15K R526 15K 1 2 3 R527 100 MANUAL*

R20 3 100 U554 GP1S523 4 C12 10nF

3 C

R21 100

3 C

R58 100

CN6-1

U555 GP1S523 K 2 E 4 C13 10nF K 2 E

U4 GP1S523 4 C24 10nF

DGND

AGND

K 2

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

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Engine Circuit Diagram(2/2)

+24VS C17 47UF 10V C16 47uF 50V

DGND

AGND

17

2 OUT2A

11

OUT1A

OUT1B

CN3-1 1 2 3 4

LOGICSPLY

LOADSPLY

U2 13 14 PHASE1
REFERENCE

OUT2B

C521 330pF

C522 330pF

A2918SWV

PHASE2 _ENABLE2

8 7

MOTOR_PB MOTOR_PB*

_ENABLE1
SENSE1

GROUND

SENSE2

RC1

MOTOR_PA

RC2

E1

E2

12

16

18

15

10

+5V
3 6 9

MOTOR_PA*

R40 3.3K AGND R50 1K C19 330pF R47 24K R45 1K R46 24K C18 330pF R49 10K

C20 10nF

R48 0.39

R44 0.39

C25 10nF

+5V

DGND

AGND

DGND

DGND

CN8-1

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

16k_clk NARROW* EMPTY* FEED* FAN CLUTCH FUSER MP_CLUTCH MP_EMPTY* MOTOR_PA MOTOR_PB MOTOR_PA* MOTOR_PB* SCF_CASSETTE SCF_MOTOR* SCF_CLUTCH SCF_EMPTY* MANUAL* THERM2 THERM1 EXT_CLK R60 1M

+5V

BD10 BEAD

16k_clk

BD1 BEAD

R61 100

U5 9 *O 10 O 11 *I 12 CLR 7 Q4 5 Q5 4 Q6 6 Q7 14 Q8 13 Q9 15 Q10 1 Q12 2 Q13 3 Q14 C? 100pF R67 5.6K

fuser_cover OSC1 C? 100nF C? 100nF

R54 100

(or Jumper) DGND

16 8

R68 47 EXT_CLK

VCC GND

6.81984MHz C29 22pF C30 22pF C? 100pF

CD74HC4060F DGND DGND DGND C33 100nF

C? 100pF

C? 100pF

C31 100pF

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

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9-3 SMPS Circuit Diagram

BD505 BEAD 1 A1 TH501 3 THERMISTOR CN501-1 3951P03V000(T) 1 2 TNR502 SVC471 1 2 3 4


1 1

D503 D10SC4M

L502 27pF +5V 2 K R516 680 R515 A 1 2.4K R517 1K K 2 C512 1uF 16V C514 470uF 10V C513 100nF
3 1

LF501 F501 30M-4P A B C D LHA7110

LF502 LC404060

A2 2 R510 100K 1 C507 150uF 400V C509 2.2nF R511 47K U503-1 PC123F R505 470K

C504 2.2nF C505 47nF C503 2.2nF

BD502 D3SBA60 4

R501 470K

R509 100K D502 UF4007 C511 100nF 1 2

T501 12

C515 2200uF 16V K3

TNR501 SVC561D V2: NC AGND L501 300uH

R514 3K U504 TL431CLP 2 A R518 2.2K 1 R

AGND 3 CN504-1 2011P03V000 1 2 3 +24VS BD504 BEAD U502


5

10

5 6 KAT-060H

7 8 D504 STPR1020CF 1
3 1

R513 100

C501 220nF

L503 27pF

24V DGND

CN502-1 3951P03V000(T) 1 2
A2

180 R503 BD501 BEAD

U501 MOC3061 1

STR-G6153

VCC

HS502 A6063-H45 FB 4

C502 10nF

1.5K R16

1 2

D OCP

D501 1N4937

A1 R512 10K HS503 HEATSINK_TR 3 A2

2 K C518 1000uF 50V C517 1000uF 50V C516 100nF R519 620

4 THY501 BTA-600CW
3

FUSER_ON

R507 56K

GND

R502 120

C510 47UF/50V AGND

A1 G

C520 100nF C508 C 4 223 MONO 100 R504 R506 0.44 R508 680 E 3 U503-2 PC123F

HS501 HEATSINK_CC
C506 2.2nF

V1 (110V) R509 R510 R506 R504 : : : : 47K 47K 0.22 100


DGND DGND

AGND +5V

fuser_cover

TNR501:

560V

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