06 noviembre 2010

CODIGOS DE FALLA BIZHUB C350



CodeDescriptionRemedy
C0000Main Motor's failure to turn
• The Motor Lock signal remains HIGH for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor is turning.
1 Check the M1 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check M1 for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 Check the PWB-MC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. PWB-MC PJ6MC-1 (DC24 V) 15-R 4 M1 operation check PWB-MC PJ11MC-6A (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-3A (REM) 6-Q. 5 Change PWB-MC. 6 Change PU1.
C0001Main Motor turning at abnormal timing
• The Motor Lock signal remains LOW for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor remains stationary.
1 M1 operation check PWB-MC PJ11MC-6A (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-3A (REM) 6-Q. 2 Change PWB-MC. 3 Change PU1.
C0016Bk PC Motor's failure to turn
• The Motor Lock signal remains HIGH for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor is turning.
1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the connector of motor for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 Check the PWB-MC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. PWB-MC PJ6MC-3 (DC24 V) 15-R. 4 M7 operation check PWB-MC PJ11MC-6B (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-3B (REM) 13-A. 5 Change PWB-MC.
C0017Bk PC Motor's turning at abnormal timing
• The Motor Lock signal remains LOW for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor remains stationary.
1 M7 operation check PWB-MC PJ11MC-6B (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-3B (REM) 13-A. 2 Change PWB-MC.
C0018Color PC Drum Motor's failure to turn
• The Motor Lock signal remains HIGH for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor is turning.
1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the connector of motor for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 Check the PWB-MC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. PWB-MC PJ6MC-5 (DC24 V) 15-R 4 M5 operation check (C0018) PWB-MC PJ11MC-13B (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-10B (REM) 13-B. 5 Change PWB-MC.
C0019Color PC Drum Motor's turning at abnormal timing
• The Motor Lock signal remains LOW for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor remains stationary.
1 M5 operation check (C0019) PWB-MC PJ11MC-13B (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-10B (REM) 13-B. 2 Change PWB-MC.
C001AColor Developing Motor's failure to turn
• The Motor Lock signal remains HIGH for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor is turning.
1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the connector of motor for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 Check the PU-1 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. PU1 PJ5PU1-13 (DC24 V) 22-E. 4 M6 operation check (C001A) PWB-MC PJ2MC-6 (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ2MC-3 (REM) 13-D. 5 Change PU-1MC.
C001BColor Developing Motor's turning at abnormal timing
• The Motor Lock signal remains LOW for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor remains stationary.
1 M6 operation check (C001B) PWB-MC PJ2MC-6 (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ2MC-3 (REM) 13-D. 2 Change PWB-MC.
C0040Suction Fan Motor's failure to turn
• The Fan Lock signal remains HIGH for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor remains stationary.
1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the fan for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 M12 operation check PWB-MC PJ18MC-9 (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ18MC-7 (REM) 6-P. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C0046Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/1 failure to turn1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the fan for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 M9 operation check PU1 PJ17PU1-5 (LOCK) 2-K 4 Change PU-1.
C0048Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/1 or Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/2 failure to turn1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the fan for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 M15, M16 operation check M15: PWB-MC PJ3MC-6A (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ3MC-4A (REM) M16: PWB-MC PJ3MC-9A (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ3MC-7A (REM) 2-I (M15) 2-J (M16). 4 Change PWB-MCWB-MC.
C004COzone Ventilation Fan Motor's failure to turn1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the fan for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 M18 operation check PWB-MC PJ5MC-13 (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ5MC-11 (REM) 26-V. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C004DToner Suction Fan Motor's failure to turn1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the fan for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 M20 operation check PWB-MC PJ3MC-3A (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ3MC-1A (REM) 26-V. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C004EPower Supply Cooling Fan Motor's failure to turn1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the fan for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 M21 operation check PU1 PJ12PU1-3 (LOCK) 22-G 4 Change PU-1.
C004FCooling Fan Motor 2’s failure to turn1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the fan for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 M10 operation check PWB-MC PJ5MC-7 (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ5MC-6 (REM) 26-U. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C0060Fusing Drive Motor’s failure to turn1 Check the M2 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the Fusing Unit drive for possible overload and correct as necessary. 3 Check the PWB-MC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. PWB-MC PJ6MC-7 (DC24 V) 15-R. 4 M2 operation check PWB-MC PJ11MC-13A (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-10A (REM) 2-N. 5 Change PWB-MCB.
C0061Fusing Drive Motor turning at abnormal timing
• The Motor Lock signal remains LOW for a predetermined continuous period of time while the Motor remains stationary.
1 M2 operation check PWB-MC PJ11MC-13A (LOCK) PWB-MC PJ11MC-10A (REM) 2-N. 2 Change PWB-MC.
C00942nd Image Transfer Roller pressure/retraction failure
• The 2nd Image Transfer Pressure Position Sensor is not activated (retracted position) within 2 sec. after the 2nd Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Motor has started turning during a sequence of the 2nd Image Transfer Roller's retracting motion. • The 2nd Image Transfer Pressure Position Sensor is not deactivated (pressed position) within 2 sec. after the 2nd Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Motor has started turning during a sequence of the 2nd Image Transfer Roller's pressing motion.
1 Check the M13 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 PC29 I/O check PWB-MC PJ12MC-9A (ON) 6-B. 3 M13 operation check PWB-MC PJ18MC-1 (REM) 6-A. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C0096Image Transfer Belt pressure/ retraction failure
• The 1st Image Transfer Retraction Position Sensor is not activated (retracted position) within 5 sec. after the 1st Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Motor has started turning during a sequence of the Transfer Belt's retracting motion. • The 1st Image Transfer Retraction Position Sensor is not deactivated (pressed position) within 1 sec. after the 1st Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Motor has started turning during a sequence of the Transfer Belt's pressing motion.
1 Check the M11 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 PC12 I/O check PWB-MC PJ3MC-6B (ON) 6-B. 3 M11 operation check PWB-MC PJ5MC-1~4 (Pulse Output) 6-C. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C0098Fusing Pressure Roller pressure/ retraction failure
• No change is observed in the encoder sensor pulse even after the lapse of 0.5 sec. after the Fusing Pressure/Retraction Motor has started turning for a sequence of the Fusing Pressure Roller’s retracting motion. • No change is observed in the encoder sensor pulse even after the lapse of 0.5 sec. after the Fusing Pressure/Retraction Motor has started turning for a sequence of the Fusing Pressure Roller’s pressing motion. • The Fusing Pressure Position Sensor is not activated (pressed position) even when 30 encoder sensor pulses are counted after the Fusing Pressure/Retraction Motor has started turning for a sequence of the Fusing Pressure Roller’s pressing motion.
1 Check the M9 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 PC33 I/O check PWB-MC PJ7MC-12A (ON) 2-M. 3 PC34 operation check PWB-MC PJ16MC-3A (Pulse Output) 16-P. 4 M19 operation check PWB-MC PJ19MC-5B,6B (Pulse Output) 2-J. 5 Change Fusing Unit. 6 Change PWB-MC.
C0200Cyan PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
• An output is automatically produced from the PC Drum Charge Corona of each color when the malfunction resetting procedure is performed after C0208 (PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction) has been detected. The SCD signal is detected for a continuous 0.5-sec. period at this time.
1 Check the Imaging Unit contact and correct or clean as necessary. 2 Check the HV1 contact and correct or clean as necessary. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change HV1. 5 Change PWB-MC.
C0202Magenta PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction1 Check the Imaging Unit contact and correct or clean as necessary. 2 Check the HV1 contact and correct or clean as necessary. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change HV1. 5 Change PWB-MC.
C0204Yellow PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction1 Check the Imaging Unit contact and correct or clean as necessary. 2 Check the HV1 contact and correct or clean as necessary. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change HV1. 5 Change PWB-MC.
C0206Black PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction1 Check the Imaging Unit contact and correct or clean as necessary. 2 Check the HV1 contact and correct or clean as necessary. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change HV1. 5 Change PWB-MC.
C0208PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
• The SCD signal is detected for a continuous 0.5-sec. period while the PC Drum Charge Corona is being energized.
1 Check the Imaging Unit contact and correct or clean as necessary. 2 Check the HV1 contact and correct or clean as necessary. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change HV1. 5 Change PWB-MC.
C0400Exposure Lamp’s failure to turn ON
• The output from the CCD Sensor is a predetermined value or less during CCD Sensor gain adjustment.
1 Check the flat cable for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 2 Change Scanner Assy. 3 Change PWB-C.
C0410Exposure Lamp turning ON at abnormal timing
• The average output value of the CCD Sensor with the Scanner at its standby position is a predetermined value or more at the end of a scan job.
1 Check the flat cable for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 2 Change Scanner Assy. 3 Change PWB-C.
C0500Heating Roller warm-up failure
• The temperature of the Heating Roller does not reach 100 °C within 50 sec. after the Heating Roller Heater Lamp has been turned ON. • The temperature of the Heating Roller does not reach 100 °C and that of the Fusing Pressure Roller does not reach 195 °C within 200 sec. after the Heating Roller Heater Lamp has been turned ON. • The voltage of the Heating Roller Thermistor does not increase by five steps within 20 sec. after the Heating Roller Heater Lamp has been turned ON. • No zero cross signal is detected even with the lapse of 1 sec. or more after the Heating Roller Heater Lamp has been turned ON.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-MC and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PU1.
C0501Fusing Pressure Roller warm-up failure
• The voltage of the Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor does not increase by five steps within 20 sec. after the predrive of the Fusing Roller has been started during a warm-up cycle.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-MC and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PU1.
C0510Heating Roller abnormally low temperature
• No zero cross signal is detected even with the lapse of 1 sec. or more during a standby state, print cycle, or Power Save. • A temperature of 120 °C or less of the Heating Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more during a standby state. • A temperature of 120 °C or less of the Heating Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more during a print cycle. • A temperature of 70 °C or less of the Heating Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more during Power Save.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-MC and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PU1.
C0511Fusing Pressure Roller abnormally low temperature
• . A temperature of 80 °C or less of the Fusing Pressure Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more during a standby state. • A temperature of 80 °C or less of the Fusing Pressure Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more during a print cycle. • A temperature of 80 °C or less of the Fusing Pressure Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more during Power Save.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-MC and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PU1.
C0520Heating Roller abnormally high temperature
• A temperature of 225 °C or more of the Heating Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-MC and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PU1.
C0521Fusing Pressure Roller abnormally high temperature
• A temperature of 190 °C or more of the Fusing Pressure Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more before the start of the heater temperature control. • A temperature of 215 °C or more of the Fusing Pressure Roller is detected for 1 sec. or more after the start of the heater temperature control.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-MC and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PU1.
C0650Scanner Home Sensor malfunction
• The Scanner Home Sensor is unable to detect the Scanner located at its home position. • The Scanner Home Sensor is unable to detect a Scanner even when the Scanner Motor has been driven to move the Scanner over the maximum traveling distance. • The Scanner Home Sensor detects the Scanner when the Scanner has moved 5 mm from the position, at which it blocks the Scanner Home Sensor.
1 Correct or change the Scanner drive (cable, pulley, gear, belt) if it is faulty. 2 Correct the Scanner Motor set screw if loose. 3 Adjust “Top Image” and “FD-Mag”. 4 Check the PC201, M201, PWB-IC and PWB-C connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 5 PC201 I/O check PWB-C PJ11C-8 (ON) 21-Z 6 M201 operation check PWB-IC PJ3IC-3 (LOCK) PWB-IC PJ3IC-1 (REM) 25-Z. 7 Change PWB-IC. 8 Change PWB-C.
C0660Scanner overrun failure
• The Scanner Home Sensor detects the Scanner at its home position during a period of time that begins with the time when a prescan command and a scan preparation command are executed and ends when a home return command is executed.
1 Correct or change the Scanner drive (cable, pulley, gear, belt) if it is faulty. 2 Correct the Scanner Motor set screw if loose. 3 Adjust “Top Image” and “FD-Mag”. 4 Check the PC201, M201, PWB-IC and PWB-C connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 5 PC201 I/O check PWB-C PJ11C-8 (ON) 21-Z 6 M201 operation check PWB-IC PJ3IC-3 (LOCK) PWB-IC PJ3IC-1 (REM) 25-Z. 7 Change PWB-IC. 8 Change PWB-C.
C0900Tray3 Elevator failure1 Check the M101 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the connector of M101 for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 PC105 I/O check PWB-Z PJ6Z-3 (ON) 2-Y. 4 M101 operation check PWB-Z PJ4Z-4 (+) PWB-Z PJ4Z-5 (-) 2-U. 5 Change PWB-Z.
C0910Tray2 Elevator failure
• The Lift-up Sensor is not blocked even after the lapse of a given period of time after the lifting motion has been started.
C0950Tray4 Elevator failure
C0960Bypass lifting motion failure
• The Bypass Lift-up Sensor is not blocked even when the Tray2 Vertical Transport Motor has turned for a given number of pulses after the sequence to move the Paper Lifting Plate from the standby position to the take-up position was started. • The Bypass Lift-up Sensor is not unblocked even when the Tray2 Vertical Transport Motor has turned for a given number of pulses after the sequence to move the Paper Lifting Plate from the take-up position to the standby position was started.
1 Check the M103 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the connector of M103 for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 PC115 I/O check PWB-Z PJ7Z-11A (ON) 2-E 4 CL101 operation check. 5 M103 operation check PWB-Z PJ5Z-5-8 (Pulse Output) 2-V. 6 Change PWB-Z.
C0990LCT Elevator Motor malfunction (Elevator malfunction)
C0991LCT ascent motion failure (soft limit error)
C0996LCT Shift Motor malfunction
C0997LCT shifting failure
C0998LCT ejection failure
C099CLCT Shift Gate malfunction
C099DLCT communications error
C0B00Finishing option transport system malfunction
C0B05Finishing option Paddle Motor malfunction
C0B20Finishing option Stapler Unit CD drive failure
C0B25Finishing option Stapler Unit Slide Motor malfunction
C0B30Finishing option Aligning Bar moving mechanism malfunction
C0B39Finishing option Front Aligning Motor malfunction
C0B3AFinishing option Rear Aligning Motor malfunction
C0B48Finishing option Exit Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0B4AFinishing option Storage Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0B4CFinishing option Exit Motor malfunction
C0B50Finishing option stapling mechanism malfunction 1
C0B55Finishing option Staple/Folding Motor malfunction
C0B75Finishing option Punch Cam Motor drive failure
C0B76Finishing option Punch Unit Board malfunction
C0B77Finishing option Punch Side Registration Motor malfunction
C0B78Finishing option Punch Motor malfunction
C0B79Finishing option Punch Sensor malfunction
C0B80Finishing option Shift Motor mechanism malfunction
C0BA0Finishing option Elevator drive malfunction
C0BF1Finishing option Backup RAM failure
C0F30Abnormally low toner density detected Cyan ATDC Sensor
• T/C 0.21 % or less is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 3 Correct the ATDC Sensor spring moving part if faulty. 4 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 5 Change ATDC Sensor C/M/Y. 6 M3, M4 operation check M3: PWB-MC PJ16MC-4A~7A (Pulse Output) M4: PWB-MC PJ16MC- 10A~13A (Pulse Output) M3: 19-I M4: 19-J. 7 Change Imaging Unit. 8 Change PWB-MC. 9 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F31Abnormally high toner density detected Cyan ATDC Sensor
• T/C 15.5 % or more is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 3 Correct the contact and/or WIRING of the ATDC Sensor if faulty. 4 Change ATDC Sensor C/M/Y. 5 Change Imaging Unit. 6 Change PWB-MC. 7 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F32Abnormally low toner density detected Magenta ATDC Sensor
• T/C 0.21 % or less is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 3 Correct the ATDC Sensor spring moving part if faulty. 4 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 5 Change ATDC Sensor C/M/Y. 6 M3, M4 operation check M3: PWB-MC PJ16MC-4A~7A (Pulse Output) M4: PWB-MC PJ16MC- 10A~13A (Pulse Output) M3: 19-I M4: 19-J. 7 Change Imaging Unit. 8 Change PWB-MC. 9 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F33Abnormally high toner density detected Magenta ATDC Sensor
• T/C 15.5 % or more is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 3 Correct the contact and/or WIRING of the ATDC Sensor if faulty. 4 Change ATDC Sensor C/M/Y. 5 Change Imaging Unit. 6 Change PWB-MC. 7 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F34Abnormally low toner density detected Yellow ATDC Sensor
• T/C 0.21 % or less is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 3 Correct the ATDC Sensor spring moving part if faulty. 4 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 5 Change ATDC Sensor C/M/Y. 6 M3, M4 operation check M3: PWB-MC PJ16MC-4A~7A (Pulse Output) M4: PWB-MC PJ16MC- 10A~13A (Pulse Output) M3: 19-I M4: 19-J. 7 Change Imaging Unit. 8 Change PWB-MC. 9 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F35Abnormally high toner density detected Yellow ATDC Sensor
• T/C 15.5 % or more is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 3 Correct the contact and/or WIRING of the ATDC Sensor if faulty. 4 Change ATDC Sensor C/M/Y. 5 Change Imaging Unit. 6 Change PWB-MC. 7 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F36Abnormally low toner density detected Black ATDC Sensor
• T/C 3 % or less is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 M3 operation check PWB-MC PJ16MC-4A~7A (Pulse Output) 19-I. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F37Abnormally high toner density detected Black ATDC Sensor
• T/C 12 % or more is detected ten consecutive times in the Developing Unit as validated through the toner replenishing amount determination control.
1 Correct the ATDC connection on the underside of the Imaging Unit if faulty. 2 Clean or correct each contact of the Imaging Unit if faulty. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F3ACyan ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
• ATDC Sensor automatic adjustment does not function properly, failing to adjust to an appropriate value.
1 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 3 Correct the contact and/or WIRING of the ATDC Sensor if faulty. 4 Reinstall Imaging Unit C/M/Y. 5 M3, M4 operation check M3: PWB-MC PJ16MC-4A~7A (Pulse Output) M4: PWB-MC PJ16MC-10A~13A (Pulse Output) M3: 19-I M4: 19-J. 6 Change Imaging Unit. 7 Change PWB-MC. 8 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F3BMagenta ATDC Sensor adjustment failure1 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 3 Correct the contact and/or WIRING of the ATDC Sensor if faulty. 4 Reinstall Imaging Unit C/M/Y. 5 M3, M4 operation check M3: PWB-MC PJ16MC-4A~7A (Pulse Output) M4: PWB-MC PJ16MC-10A~13A (Pulse Output) M3: 19-I M4: 19-J. 6 Change Imaging Unit. 7 Change PWB-MC. 8 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F3CYellow ATDC Sensor adjustment failure1 Clean the ATDC Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Clean the ATDC Sensor LED if dirty. 3 Correct the contact and/or WIRING of the ATDC Sensor if faulty. 4 Reinstall Imaging Unit C/M/Y. 5 M3, M4 operation check M3: PWB-MC PJ16MC-4A~7A (Pulse Output) M4: PWB-MC PJ16MC-10A~13A (Pulse Output) M3: 19-I M4: 19-J. 6 Change Imaging Unit. 7 Change PWB-MC. 8 Change PWB-MFP.
C0F3DBlack ATDC Sensor adjustment failure1 Correct the ATDC connection on the underside of the Imaging Unit if faulty. 2 Clean or correct each contact of the Imaging Unit if faulty. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC. 5 Change PWB-MFP.
C1200Standard controller configuration failure
• The controller of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is faulty.
1 Check to see if the following setting has been correctly made: Tech. Rep. Mode - ?gSystem Input - Peripheral Setting. If the setting is changed, be sure to turn OFF and ON the Power Switch. 2 Check the connectors of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP.
C1203File Memory mounting error
• The File Memory mounted on the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is faulty.
1 Check to see if the standard memory (DIMMS0) on the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is installed correctly. 2 Change the standard memory (DIMMS0) on the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP). 3 Change PWB-MFP.
C1204Memory capacity discrepancy
• The capacity of the File Memory mounted on the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is short.
1 Check to see if the standard memory (DIMMS0) on the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is installed correctly. 2 Change the standard memory (DIMMS0) on the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP). 3 Change PWB-MFP.
C1220Image Input Time Out
• Image data is not input from the Image Processing Board (PWB-C) to the MFP Control Board (PWBMFP).
1 Select Tech. Rep. Mode - Machine Adjust - Memory/Hard Disk Adjust?h - Memory Bus Check - IR-Memory. 2 Check the connectors between PWB-MFP and PWB-C for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP. 4 Change PWB-C.
C1229Image Output Time Out1 Select Tech. Rep. Mode - Machine Adjust - Memory/Hard Disk Adjust - Memory Bus Check - Memory-PRT?h. 2 Check the connectors on PWB-MFP for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP.
C1240 ... C1243JBIG Error
• Memory of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is faulty.
1 Change PWB-MFP.
C1250 ... C1253Compressor command buffer stop failure
• The MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is faulty.
1 Change PWB-MFP.
C1261Compression hardware timeout
• The hardware involved with the compression function offered by the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) does not respond.
1 Change PWB-MFP.
C1265Extraction hardware timeout
• The hardware involved with the extraction function offered by the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) does not respond
1 Change PWB-MFP.
C1279PCI-SDRAM DMA operation failure
• The hardware involved with image transfer in the memory of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) does not respond.
1 Change PWB-MFP.
C1290Compression/extraction timeout detection
• The hardware involved with the BTC compression function offered by the MFP Control Board (PWBMFP) does not respond.
1 Change PWB-MFP.
C12B1 ... C12B4Image processing ASIC failure1 Change PWB-MFP.
C12C0Hard disk recognition error1 Reinstall the hard disk. 2 Change Hard Disk. 3 Change PWB-MFP.
C12C1 ... C12CFHard Disk Error1 Reinstall the hard disk. 2 Change Hard Disk. 3 Change PWB-MFP.
C12D0Controller hardware error
• A controller hardware error is detected in the network I/F.
C13C8New Transfer Cleaner Unit resetting failure
• A new installation is not detected when a new Transfer Cleaner Unit (Image Transfer Belt Unit) is installed.
1 Reinstall Unit. 2 Change PWB-MC.
C13CANew Fusing Unit resetting failure
• A new installation is not detected when a new Fusing Unit is installed.
1 Reinstall Unit. 2 Change PWB-MC.
C13D1Cyan Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
• A condition of “EEPROM is not connected” or “There is an access error” is detected in EEPROM of the Imaging Unit.
1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and copier if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit C/M/Y/Bk. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C13D2Magenta Imaging Unit EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and copier if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit C/M/Y/Bk. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C13D3Yellow Imaging Unit EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and copier if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit C/M/Y/Bk. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C13D4Black Imaging Unit EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and copier if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit C/M/Y/Bk. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-MC.
C13D5Cyan LPH correction data download failure
• . An error is detected while the LPH correction data is being downloaded from EEPROM of LPH to PWBMFP when the Power Switch is turned ON.
1 Correct the harness connection between LPH and PWB-LED if faulty. 2 Correct the harness connection between PWBLED and PWB-MFP if faulty. 3 Change LPH Assy. 4 Change PWB-LED. 5 Change PWB-MFP. 6 Change PWB-MC.
C13D6Magenta LPH correction data download failure1 Correct the harness connection between LPH and PWB-LED if faulty. 2 Correct the harness connection between PWBLED and PWB-MFP if faulty. 3 Change LPH Assy. 4 Change PWB-LED. 5 Change PWB-MFP. 6 Change PWB-MC.
C13D7Yellow LPH correction data download failure1 Correct the harness connection between LPH and PWB-LED if faulty. 2 Correct the harness connection between PWBLED and PWB-MFP if faulty. 3 Change LPH Assy. 4 Change PWB-LED. 5 Change PWB-MFP. 6 Change PWB-MC.
C13D8Black LPH correction data download failure1 Correct the harness connection between LPH and PWB-LED if faulty. 2 Correct the harness connection between PWBLED and PWB-MFP if faulty. 3 Change LPH Assy. 4 Change PWB-LED. 5 Change PWB-MFP. 6 Change PWB-MC.
C1800Controller start failure
• A controller start failure is detected in the controller interface.
C3310CCD clamp/gain adjustment failure
• The adjustment value is 0 or 255 during a CCD clamp adjustment. • The peak value of the output data is 64 or less during a CCD gain adjustment.
1 Correct the harness connection between PWB-A and PWB-C if faulty. 2 Check for possible extraneous light and correct as necessary. 3 Clean the lens, mirrors, CCD surface, and shading sheet if dirty 4 Correct reflective mirror of the Scanner if faulty, or change Scanner. 5 Change PWB-A. 6 Change PWB-C.
C3331MSC undefined malfunction occurring
• An undefined malfunction occurs in the MSC of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP).
1 Check the connectors on PWB-MFP for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PWB-MFP.
C3332Scanner Section undefined malfunction
• An undefined malfunction occurs in the Scanner Section.
1 Correct the connector connection between PWBA and PWB-C if faulty. 2 Change PWB-C. 3 Change PWB-A.
C3333Engine Section undefined malfunction
• An undefined malfunction occurs in the Engine Section (PWB-MC, etc.).
1 Check the PWB-MC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PWB-MCB-A.
C3E00, C3E01, C3E02NVRAM initialization failure
• Total Clear is executed in a mode other than the card line mode. • An initial command is issued from the terminal in a mode other than the card line mode. • A new NVRAM is detected in a mode other than the card line mode.
1 Check the PWB-MFP connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PWB-MFP.
C3F00Vendor connection failure
• It is detected that communications with the vendor are interrupted for a given period of time or more with "Installed" selected for the setting of vendor installation.
1 Check the Vendor connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the PWB-MC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MC.
C3FFCROM contents error upon startup (LPH)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents check of the LPH Board during starting.
1 Check the ROM version. 2 Rewrite firmware using the Compact Flash card.
C3FFDROM contents error upon startup (Scanner)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents check of the PWB-C during starting.
1 Check the ROM version. 2 Rewrite firmware using the Compact Flash card.
C3FFEROM contents error upon startup (PRT)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents check of the Control Board during starting.
1 Check the ROM version. 2 Rewrite firmware using the Compact Flash card.
C3FFFROM contents error upon startup (MSC)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents check of the MSC (PWB-MFP) during starting
1 Check the ROM version. 2 Rewrite firmware using the Compact Flash card.
C3FFC: ROM contents error upon startup
(LPH)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents
check of the LPH Board during starting.
C3FFD ROM contents error upon startup
(Scanner)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents
check of the PWB-C during starting.
C3FFE ROM contents error upon startup
(PRT)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents
check of the Control Board during starting.
C3FFF ROM contents error upon startup
(MSC)
• A fault is detected in a sequence of ROM contents
check of the MSC (PWB-MFP) during starting

1 comentario:

Anónimo dijo...

esta seccion esta muy ilustrativo gracias por estos aportes, tengo el siguiente problema, me sale error c9401, ya he resuelto varios de los problemas de fotocopiadora que eran a acausa de transpotarlo bruscamente pero sigue saliendo el error c9401