Printer Conditions and Responses for Error Status Codes

How the printer responds to the error 1. A nonvolatile memory read error occurred when the printer power was switched ON. 2. A nonvolatile memory write error occurred when data was being written to the memory. stops s ROS control stops s Fuser control stops 1. The SOS signal intervals are longer than the READY reference value after 20 seconds since the start of ROS warmup. 2. The laser diode output when emitting the laser beam is lower than the setting (nonvolatile memory data) after the start...

Fip Drive Assembly failure

Does the EP CARTRIDGE drum rotate smoothly Verify by rotating the gears on the drum by hand and inspect visually. Does the error occur even after the MCU PWB is replaced Does each gear type rotate smoothly when the FEEDER UNIT's IN GEAR is rotated With the FEEDER UNIT removed, verify by rotating the IN GEAR by hand. 1 Applies to both Tray 1 and Tray 2. Verify as necessary. Are there any components that are incompatible, incorrectly installed, damaged, or deformed, or have any foreign objects...

Rrp Msi No Paper Sensor PL

Warning Turn power off, remove the EP Cartridge and disconnect the power cord before performing the following procedure. Caution In the following steps, do not touch the Detack Saw of the Transport Chute Assembly and the window of the ROS Assembly output part of the laser beam 1. Remove the BTR Assembly. RRP3.1 2. Remove the MSI N P Actuator. RRP4.1 Caution In the next step, the MSI No Paper Sensor is still connected with the base frame by the harness. Be careful not to place the MSI No Paper...

Precautions while troubleshooting

1 Always disconnect the power cord while troubleshooting unless instructed otherwise. Caution When the power is ON, do not touch any live electrical parts unless absolutely necessary. Be careful to avoid contact with the power supply LVPS ASSEMBLY area at all times, since it carries current even when the power is OFF. 2 When performing checks with the ELECTRIC SHIELD removed and the power ON, always disconnect Connector P J13 from the MCU PWB unless otherwise instructed. Caution When performing...

FIP No power

Are there any components that are incompatible, incorrectly installed, damaged, or deformed ROS ASSEMBLY, SCANNER ASSEMBLY, MCU PWB, CRU SENSOR ASSEMBLY, EP CARTRIDGE, ROS HARNESS, SOS HARNESS, CRU HARNESS, LVPS ASSEMBLY Does the fan rotate if the CONSOLE ASSEMBLY is removed and the power turned ON 2-3 minutes later Does the fan rotate if the Printer Controller is removed and the power turned ON 2-3 minutes later Does the fan rotate if the P J10 connector on MCU PWB is removed and the power...

FIP E

Are there any components that are incompatible, incorrectly installed, damaged, or deformed, or have any foreign objects stuck to it TRANSPORT CHUTE ASSEMBLY, REGISTRATION SENSOR, REGISTRATION ACTUATOR, MSI CHUTE ASSEMBLY, PICK UP SOLENOID, PICK UP ROLL, RETARD PAD ASSEMBLY, FEEDER UNIT, FEED SOLENOID, FEED ROLL, TURN ROLL ASSEMBLY, FEEDER PWB, PAPER CASSETTE, DRIVE ASSEMBLY, MCU PWB, LVPS ASSEMBLY, P H HARNESS, TRAY HARNESS Check if engine or controller problem Is it possible to test print...

Fip Uf

Are there any components that are incompatible, incorrectly installed, damaged, or deformed FAN, LVPS ASSEMBLY, MCU PWB, LVPS HARNESS Does the fan rotate after the power is turned ON Is P J101-6PINOP J101-8PIN stable at 0.4VDC Is there continuity between J10 J101 Is P J102-2PINOP J101-8PIN stable at 0.4VDC Is J102-1PIN-f- gt P J101-8PIN at 24VDC Is there continuity at J102-2PINOJ101-8PIN 1 FAN has two speeds of rotation low and high but normally rotates in low speed mode when power is turned...