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DocuPrint C161 DocuPrint C161 DocuPrint C161 DocuPrint C1618 88 8Ser vi ce Manual 1s t Edi t i onDocuPrint C1618 DocuPrint C1618 DocuPrint C1618 DocuPrint C1618Service Manual 1st Edition Issued: April 2002zThis service manual covers the following models:Electro-photographic laser Color Printer manufacturedby FUJI XEROX Co., Ltdh hh hDocuPrint C1618zRelated:h hh hNo other related manuals are issued other thanthis service manual.zConfidentiality:h hh hThis service manual is issued intending use bymaintenance service personnel authorized byXEROX. Copying, transferring or leasing thismanual without prior consent by XEROX isprohibited.h hh hWhenever a page is eliminated because ofissuance of a replacement page containingchanges or modifications, burn it or take thenecessary action including cutting by a shredder.h hh hBe careful of handling to avoid missing ordamaging the manual.zRevision and Modification Information:When design changes or revisions relating to thisservice manual occur, the overseas technicalinformation or overseas service bulletin may beissued as supplementary information until suchchanges will be accommodated in the updatedversion of this service manual.Important changes includingrevisions of spare part numbersand adjustment specificationsmust immediately be reflected onthe respective pages of thisservice manual upon reception ofsuch information. Edited by: Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. CSSC TD&LC SDEC213-8508, Sakado 3-2-1 Takatsu-ku Kawasaki-shi Kanagawa-kenKSP/R&D Business Park Bldg 6A7TEL: 044-812-7637[XEROX], [The Document Company] are registered trademarksPRINTED IN JAPANCompanyNameDepartmentTel No:NameEmployeeNo.()Material No.SM-NL300004-0-01-0CAUTIONPrefaceScope of this DocumentHow to Use this ManualTerms and SymbolsAbbreviationsSECTION 1 SERVICE SUMMARYSECTION 2 TROUBLESHOOTINGSECTION 3 IMAGE QUALITY TROUBLESHOOTINGSECTION 4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES,ADJUSTMENTSECTION 5 PARTS LISTSECTION 6 GENERALSECTION 7 ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAMSSECTION 8 ACCESSORIESSECTION 9 BSD (Block Schematic Diagram)PrefaceContentsPreface0-1Contents1. Scope of this Document.......................................................................................... 22. How to Use this Manual .......................................................................................... 22.1 Organization of this Manual ................................................................................ 22.2 Revision Information........................................................................................... 23. Terms and Symbols ................................................................................................ 34. Abbreviations.......................................................................................................... 4Preface2. How to Use this Manual0-21. Scope of this DocumentThis document is intended to serve as the standard service manual for the DocuPrintC1618. Service Manual Comment SheetIf you have any comments or wish to suggest any corrections, or if you find anytypographical errors in this DocuPrint C1618 Service Manual, please fill out theattached comment sheet and send it to TD&LC SDEC.2. How to Use this ManualThis manual covers the standard service procedures for the DocuPrint C1618. Followthe instructions in Section 1 Service Summary when visiting customer locations onservice calls.2.1 Organization of this Manual HardwareThis manual describes all technical information for DocuPrint C1618. SectionsThis manual consists of nine Sections:SECTION 1 SERVICE SUMMARYThis Section describes the general procedures and service practices to beutilized when servicing the DocuPrint C1618.SECTION 2 TROUBLESHOOTINGThis Section describes the troubleshooting procedures for other than imagequality for the DocuPrint C1618. It also describes the machine's self-diagnosis mode and how to use associated software.SECTION 3 IMAGE QUALITY TROUBLESHOOTINGThis Section describes the image quality troubleshooting procedures for theDocuPrint C1618.SECTION 4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES, ADJUSTMENTThis Section describes procedures for the disassembly, assembly,adjustment, and replacement of DocuPrint C1618 components.SECTION 5 PARTS LISTThis Section contains lists of parts for the DocuPrint C1618.SECTION 6 GENERALThis Section provides the following general information on the DocuPrintC1618:6.1 Specifications6.2 Tools/Service Consumables6.3 Consumable6.4 Installation6.5 Software Information6.5.1 Menu Tree (User mode)SECTION 7 WIRING DATAThis Section provides the following information related to electrical wiring inthe DocuPrint C1618:7.1 P/J List7.2 P/J Wiring DiagramsSECTION 8 ACCESSORIESThis Section provides information on DocuPrint C1618-specific accessories& options.8.1 2-Tray ModuleSECTION 9 BSDThis Section contains the BSD (Block Schematic Diagram) drawings for theDocuPrint C1618.z Chain 1 Standby Powerz Chain 2 Mode Selectionz Chain 3 Machine Run Controlz Chain 4 Start Print Powerz Chain 6 Optics (ROS)z Chain 7 Paper Supplyz Chain 8 Paper Transportationz Chain 9 Xerographicz Chain 10 Fusing2.2 Revision InformationRevisions for this manual will be promulgated as described below and associatedinformation will be sent to all customer engineers. This manual should be kept up-to-date at all times by replacing superseded pages/old information with newpages/information.Revision Procedure When the entire manual is revised, the publication number on the cover sheet willbe changed from Revision 1 to Revision 2, Revision 3, etc.3. Terms and SymbolsPreface0-3 When this manual is partially revised, revisions will be sequentially indicated asRevision A, Revision B, Revision C, etc. All revised pages will be marked accordingwith "Revision A", "Revision B", "Revision C", and so on.Revision SidebarWhen any paragraph, table, or figure has been added or amended, a revisionsidebar will be added to indicate where the revision was made. (Example)If the same page is changed again due to a subsequent revision, revision sidebarsassociated with the previous revision(s) will be deleted.3. Terms and SymbolsSpecific terms and symbols used in any particular section are described in thePreface for that section. This section describes the terms and symbols used in eachsection. The following describes the meanings of the term and symbols noted at thebeginning of the chapter: DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which willresult in death or serious injury if the practice, procedure,condition, or statement is not strictly followed. WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which couldresult in death or serious injury if the practice, procedure,condition, or statement is not strictly followed. CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may resultin minor or moderate injury, or property-damage-onlyaccidents, if the practice, procedure, condition, orstatement is not strictly followed. Used to alert you to a procedure which, if not strictly observed,could result in damage to the printer or equipment.Used when work procedures and rules are emphasized.Used when other explanations are given. Used to explain purpose of adjustment. REP Indicates reference to the appropriate repair procedure. ADJ Indicates reference to the appropriate adjustment procedure. PL Indicates reference to the appropriate parts list. ASSY Abbreviation of "Assembly".INSTRUCTIONNOTEREFERENCEPURPOSEPreface4. Abbreviations0-44. AbbreviationsThis manual contains abbreviations that are specific to this manual, as well as generalabbreviations.The following describes some of the representative examples:ADC Automatic Density Control AG Analog GroundAUX. Auxiliary B/W Black and WhiteBCR Bias Charge Roll BTR Bias Transfer RollBUR Back Up Roll CART. CartridgeCCW Counter Clock Wise CL. ClutchCLN Cleaning (or Cleaner) CLK ClockCR Charge Roll CRU Customer Replaceable UnitCRUM CRU Monitor CW Clock WiseDB Developing Bias DTS Detack SawEP Electrophotography FDR FeederFG Frame Ground FRU Field Replaceable UnitHex Hexadecimal I/F InterfaceIDT Intermediate Drum Transfer ID Image Density(or Identification)L/H Left Hand L/P Low PaperLD Laser Diode LEF Long Edge FeedMSI Multi Sheet Inserter N/F Normal ForceN/P No Paper NVM Non Volatile MemoryOPC Organic Photo Conductor P/H Paper HandlingPCDC Pixel Count Dispense Control PHD Printer HeadPixel Picture Cell PPM Prints Per MinutePV Print Volume PWB Printed Wiring BoardR/H Right Hand REGI. RegistrationROS Raster Output Scanner RTN ReturnSEF Short Edge Feed SG Signal GroundSNR Sensor SOL. SolenoidSOS Start Of Scan SPI Scans Per InchSYNC. Synchronous T/A Take AwayTC Toner Concentration TEMP. TemperatureTR Transfer TRANS. TransportWDD Wide Range Dynamic Damper XERO. XerographicYMCBk Yellow, Magenta, Cyan, BlackSECTION 1 SERVICE SUMMARYContentsSECTION 1 SERVICE SUMMARY1-1Contents1.1 Notes on servicing ............................................................................................. 21.1.1 Safety.......................................................................................................... 21.1.2 Other Precautions........................................................................................ 21.2 Service Call Procedures ..................................................................................... 31.3 Trimming............................................................................................................ 41.3.1 Trimming Procedures................................................................................... 41.3.2 Printer Consumables and Periodic Replacement Parts................................. 41.3.3 Trimming Checklist....................................................................................... 5SECTION 1 SERVICE SUMMARY1.1 Note