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05 abril 2015

CODIGOS DE FALLA BIZHUB C252

CodeDescriptionRemedy
C0001LCT Connection failed1 Check the Vendor connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the PWB-M connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-M
C0102LCT Vertical Transport Motor malfunction
C0204Tray 2 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.
1 Check the M3-PC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the connector of M3-PC for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 PC7-PC I/O check, Sensor check PWB-Z-PC PJ6Z PC-3 (ON) S-24. 4 M3-PC operation check PWB-Z-PC PJ4Z PC-4 to 5 M-27. 5 Change PWB-Z-PC
C0206Tray 3 Elevator failure
C0208Tray 4 Elevator failure
C0209LCT Elevator Motor malfunction (Elevator malfunction)
C0210LCT ascent motion failure
C0211Manual Tray Rise Descent Error
• The Bypass Lift-Up Sensor is not blocked even when the Tray 2 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 feed position was started. • The Bypass Lift-Up Sensor is not unblocked even when the Tray 2 Vertical Transport Motor has turned for a given number of pulses after the sequence to move the Paper Lifting Plate from the feed position to the standby position was started.
1 Check the M2-PC connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Check the connector of M2-PC for proper drive coupling and correct as necessary. 3 PC14 I/O check, Sensor check PWB-M CNTRY1-10 (ON) C-8 to 9. 4 M2-PC operation check PWB-Z-PC PJ5Z PC-5 to 8 M-25. 5 Change PWB-Z-PC.
C0212LCT ejection failure
C0213LCT Shift Gate malfunction
C0214LCT shifting failure
C0215LCT Shift Motor malfunction
C0301Suction 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 Change the Right Door Assy. 3 Change PWB-M.
C1180Finishing option transport system malfunction
C1181Finishing option Paddle Motor malfunction
C1182Finishing option Shift Motor mechanism malfunction
C1183Finishing option Elevator drive malfunction
C1190Finishing option Aligning Bar moving mechanism malfunction
C1192Finishing option Front Aligning Motor malfunction
C1193Finishing option Rear Aligning Motor malfunction
C11A1Finishing option Exit Roller pressure/retraction failure
C11A2Finishing option Storage Roller pressure/retraction failure
C11A4Finishing option Exit Motor malfunction
C11B0Finishing option Stapler Unit CD drive failure
C11B1Finishing option Stapler Unit Slide Motor malfunction
C11B2Finishing option stapling mechanism malfunction 1
C11B4Finishing option Staple/Folding Motor malfunction
C11C1Finishing option Punch Cam Motor drive failure
C11C2Finishing option Punch Unit Board malfunction
C11C3Finishing option Punch Side Registration Motor malfunction
C11C5Finishing option Punch Sensor malfunction
C1401Finishing option Backup RAM failure
C21512nd Image Transfer Roller Separation
• The 2nd Image Transfer Pressure Position Sensor doesn’t turn ON (Retracting) even after the lapse of a given period of time after the 2nd Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Motor has started rotating during the 2nd Image Transfer Roller is retracting. • The 2nd Image Transfer Pressure Position Sensor doesn’t turn OFF (Pressuring) even after the lapse of a given period of time after the 2nd Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Motor has started rotating during the 2nd Image Transfer Roller is pressuring.
1 Check the connector of motor for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change the Right Door Assy. 3 Change PWB-M.
C2152Transfer Belt Separation
• The 1st Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Position Sensor doesn't turn ON (Retracting) even after the lapse of a given period of time after the 1st Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Clutch has turned ON during the Transfer Belt is retracting. • The 1st Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Position Sensor doesn't turn OFF (Pressuring) even after the lapse of a given period of time after the 1st Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction Clutch has turned ON during the Transfer Belt is pressuring.
1 Check the M1 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 PC6 I/O check, Sensor check. 3 CL3 operation check PWB-M CNDM1-11 (ON) L-2. 4 M1 operation check PWB-M CNDM1-5 (REM) PWB-M CNDM1-8 (LOCK) L-2. 5 Change PWB-M.
C2253Color 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-M connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 4 M2 operation check (C0018) PWB-M CNDM3-5 (REM) PWB-M CNDM3-8 (LOCK) C-21. 5 Change PWB-M.
C2254Color 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 M2 operation check PWB-M CNDM3-5 (REM) PWB-M CNDM3-8 (LOCK) C-21. 2 Change PWB-M.
C2255Color 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 PU1 connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 4 Check the PWB-M connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 5 M3 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-5 (REM) PWB-M CNDM2-8 (LOCK) C-20 to 21. 6 Change PU1. 7 Change PWB-M.
C2256Color 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 M3 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-5 (REM) PWB-M CNDM2-8 (LOCK) C-20 to 21. 2 Change PU1. 3 Change PWB-M.
C2451Transfer Cleaner Unit New Article Release
• A new installation is not detected when a new Transfer Cleaner Unit (Image Transfer Belt Unit) is installed.
1 Reinstall Unit. 2 Change PWB-M.
C2551Abnormally low toner density detected Cyan TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 5 % or less for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 3 M6, M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-10 to 13 (M6) PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 (M7) C-20 C-21. 4 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 5 Change Imaging Unit. 6 Change PWB-M. 7 Change PWB-MFP.
C2552Abnormally high toner density detected Cyan TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 12 % or more for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PWB-MFP.
C2553Abnormally low toner density detected Magenta TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 5 % or less for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 3 M6, M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-10 to 13 (M6) PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 (M7) C-20 C-21. 4 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 5 Change Imaging Unit. 6 Change PWB-M. 7 Change PWB-MFP.
C2554Abnormally high toner density detected Magenta TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 12 % or more for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PWB-MFP.
C2555Abnormally low toner density detected Yellow TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 5 % or less for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 3 M6, M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-10 to 13 (M6) PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 (M7) C-20 C-21. 4 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 5 Change Imaging Unit. 6 Change PWB-M. 7 Change PWB-MFP.
C2556Abnormally high toner density detected Yellow TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 12 % or more for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PWB-MFP.
C2557Abnormally low toner density detected Black TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 5 % or less for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 2 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 3 M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 C-21 4 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 5 Change Imaging Unit /K. 6 Change PWB-M. 7 Change PWB-MFP.
C2558Abnormally high toner density detected Black TCR Sensor
• TC ratio in the developing machine, which is determined by Toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is 12 % or more for a given number of times consecutively.
1 Correct the TCR connection on the underside of the Imaging Unit if faulty. 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PWB-MFP.
C2559Cyan TCR Sensor adjustment failure
• TCR Sensor automatic adjustment does not function properly, failing to adjust to an appropriate value.
1 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 M6, M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-10 to 13 (M6) PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 (M7) C-20 C-21. 3 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 4 Change Imaging Unit. 5 Change PWB-M. 6 Change PWB-MFP.
C255AMagenta TCR Sensor adjustment failure1 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 M6, M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-10 to 13 (M6) PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 (M7) C-20 C-21. 3 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 4 Change Imaging Unit. 5 Change PWB-M. 6 Change PWB-MFP.
C255BYellow TCR Sensor adjustment failure1 Clean the TCR Sensor window on the underside of the Imaging Unit if dirty 2 M6, M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM2-10 to 13 (M6) PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 (M7) C-20 C-21. 3 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 4 Change Imaging Unit. 5 Change PWB-M. 6 Change PWB-MFP.
C255CBlack TCR Sensor adjustment failure1 Clean or correct each contact of the Imaging Unit if faulty. 2 M7 operation check PWB-M CNDM3-10 to 13 C-21. 3 Reinstall Imaging Unit /K. 4 Change Imaging Unit /K. 5 Change PWB-M. 6 Change PWB-MFPB.
C2651Cyan Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
• The re-written data, which has been read out, checked and founded as error, is read out again and found as error.
• The error was found when reading out the counter value.
1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M.
C2652Magenta Imaging Unit EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M.
C2653Yellow Imaging Unit EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M.
C2654Black Imaging Unit EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Imaging Unit and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Imaging Unit. 3 Change Imaging Unit. 4 Change PWB-M.
C2A01Cyan Toner Cartridge EEPROM access error
• The re-written data, which has been read out, checked and founded as error, is read out again and found as error. • The error was found when reading out the counter value.
1 Clean the connection between the Toner Cartridge and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Toner Cartridge. 3 Change Toner Cartridge. 4 Change PWB-MMFP.
C2A02Magenta Toner Cartridge EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Toner Cartridge and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Toner Cartridge. 3 Change Toner Cartridge. 4 Change PWB-MMFP.
C2A03Yellow Toner Cartridge EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Toner Cartridge and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Toner Cartridge. 3 Change Toner Cartridge. 4 Change PWB-MMFP.
C2A04Black Toner Cartridge EEPROM access error1 Clean the connection between the Toner Cartridge and the machine if dirty 2 Reinstall Toner Cartridge. 3 Change Toner Cartridge. 4 Change PWB-MMFP.
C3301Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/1’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 M11 operation check PWB-M CNDM1-12 (ON) PWB-M CNDM1-14 (LOCK) L-2. 4 Change PWB-M.
C3302Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/2’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 M13 operation check PWB-M CNDM1-14 (ON) PWB-M CNDM1-17 (LOCK) L-1. 4 Change PWB-M.
C3451Heat. Heater Trouble
• The Heating Roller Thermistor/1 (TH1) and the Heating Roller Thermistor/2 (TH3) fails to raise a given degree of temperature even after the lapse of a given period of time after the Heating Roller Heater lamp/1 (H1) is turned ON. • The detected temperature of the Heating Roller Thermistor/1 (TH1) is lower for a given level of degree than one of the Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor/1 (TH2) after the Front Door is opened or closed, the Main Power Switch is turned ON or TROUBLE RESET is implemented. • The counter value of zero cross signal input is not updated for a given period of time.
C3452Press. Heater Trouble
• The Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor/1 (TH2) fails to raise a given degree of temperature even after the lapse of a given period of time after the Fusing Pressure Heater Lamp (H3) is turned ON. • The detected temperature of the Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor/1 (TH2) is lower for a given level of degree than one of the Heating Roller Thermistor/1 (TH1) after the Front Door is opened or closed, the Main Power Switch is turned ON or TROUBLE RESET is implemented.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PU1.
C3461New Fusing Unit New Article Release
• A new installation is not detected when a new Fusing Unit is installed.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Reinstall Fusing Unit. 4 Change Fusing Unit. 5 Change PWB-M.
C3751Abnormal High Temp. (Heater)
• The temperatures of the Heating Roller Thermistor/1 (TH1) and the Heating Roller Thermistor/ 2 (TH3) are higher than a given level of degree for 1 second or more uninterruptedly. • The Heater Relay is OFF.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PU1.
C3752Abnormal High Temp. (Press)
• The temperature of the Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor/1 (TH2) is higher than a given level of degree for 1 second or more uninterruptedly before the Heater temperature control starts. • The temperature of the Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor/1 (TH2) is higher than a given level of degree for 1 second or more uninterruptedly after the Heater temperature control starts.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PU1.
C3851Abnormal Low Temp. (Heater)
• The temperature of the Heating Roller Thermistor/1 (TH1) is lower than a given level of degree for 1 second or more uninterruptedly during Ready mode, Low Power mode or printing. • The temperature of the Heating Roller Thermistor/2 (TH3) is lower than a given level of degree for 1 second or more uninterruptedly during Ready mode, Low Power mode or printing.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PU1.
C3852Abnormal Low Temp. (Press)
• The temperature of the Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor /1 (TH2) is lower than a given level of degree for 1 second or more uninterruptedly during Ready mode, Low Power mode or printing.
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M and PU1 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 Change Fusing Unit. 4 Change PWB-M. 5 Change PU1.
C3A01Paper Stuck to Fuser Heater Roller
• The temperature of the Heating Roller Thermistor /1 (TH1) goes down by a given level of degree compared to the temperature of a given period of time before when the paper passes on the Timing Roller and blocks the Exit Sensor (PC2).
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 PC2 I/O check, Sensor check PWB-M CNTH2-8 (ON) C-13. 4 Change Fusing Unit. 5 Change PWB-M. 6 Change PU1.
C3A02Paper Stuck to Fuser Pressure Roller
• The temperature of the Fusing Pressure Roller Thermistor /1 (TH2) goes down by a given level of degree compared to the temperature of a given period of time before when the paper passes on the Timing Roller and blocks the Exit Sensor (PC2).
1 Check the Fusing Unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the Fusing Unit, PWB-M for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 3 PC2 I/O check, Sensor check PWB-M CNTH2-8 (ON) C-13. 4 Change Fusing Unit. 5 Change PWB-M. 6 Change PU1.
C4151Polygon Motor/C failure to turn
• The Polygon motor fails to turn stably even after the lapse of a given period of time after activating the Polygon motor.
• Motor Lock signal detects H for a given period time consecutively during the Polygon motor is rotating.
1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4152Polygon Motor/M failure to turn1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4153Polygon Motor/Y failure to turn1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4154Polygon Motor/K failure to turn1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4551Laser malfunction (Cyan)
• SOS signal is not detected even after the lapse of a given period of time after staring the laser output.
• SOS signal is not detected for a given period of time during printing or IDC sensor adjustment.
1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4552Laser malfunction (Magenta)
• SOS signal is not detected even after the lapse of a given period of time after staring the laser output.
• SOS signal is not detected for a given period of time during printing or IDC sensor adjustment.
1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4553Laser malfunction (Yellow)
• SOS signal is not detected even after the lapse of a given period of time after staring the laser output.
• SOS signal is not detected for a given period of time during printing or IDC sensor adjustment.
1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4554Laser malfunction (Black)
• SOS signal is not detected even after the lapse of a given period of time after staring the laser output.
• SOS signal is not detected for a given period of time during printing or IDC sensor adjustment.
1 Check the connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 2 Change PH Unit. 3 Change PWB-D. 4 Change PWB-M.
C4705Image Output Time Out
• No image data is output from the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP).
1 Select [Service Mode] - [State Confirmation] - [Memory/HDD Adj.] - [Memory Bus Check] - [Memory - PRT]. 2 Check the connectors on PWB-MFP for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP
C4761Compression hardware timeout
• The hardware involved with the compression function offered by the MFP Control Board (PWBMFP) does not respond.
1 When the error is displayed after the memory check, remove and insert the DIMM0 and DIMM1 again to recheck (C4765). 2 Change PWB-MFPnge PWB-M
C4765Extraction hardware timeout
• The hardware involved with the extraction function offered by the MFP Control Board (PWBMFP) does not respond.
1 When the error is displayed after the memory check, remove and insert the DIMM0 and DIMM1 again to recheck (C4765). 2 Change PWB-MFPnge PWB-M
C4770 ... C4773JBIG0 Error
• The MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) is faulty.
1 When the error is displayed after the memory check, remove and insert the DIMM0 and DIMM1 again to recheck (C4765). 2 Change PWB-MFPnge PWB-M
C4780 ... C4783Compressor command buffer stop failure1 When the error is displayed after the memory check, remove and insert the DIMM0 and DIMM1 again to recheck (C4765). 2 Change PWB-MFPnge PWB-M
C5102Main 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-M connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 4 M1 operation check PWB-M CNDM1-5 (REM) PWB-M CNDM1-8 (LOCK) L-2. 5 Change PWB-M. 6 Change PU1.
C5103Main 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-M CNDM1-5 (REM) PWB-M CNDM1-8 (LOCK) L-2. 2 Change PWB-M. 3 Change PU1.
C5351Power Supply Cooling Fan Motor/1'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 M8 operation check PWB-M CNLV3-2 (ON) PWB-M CNLV3-3 (LOCK) C-25. 4 Change PU1.
C5353Cooling Fan Motor 2’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 M22 operation check PWB-M CNR2FAN-4 (ON) PWB-M CNR2FAN-6 (LOCK) L-3. 4 Change PWB-M.
C5354Ozone Ventilation 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 M14 operation check PWB-M CNLP-9 (ON) PWB-M CNLP-11 (LOCK) C-10. 4 Change PWB-MWB-M.
C5357Cooling Fan Motor/1’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-M CNDM2-15 (ON) PWB-M CNDM2-16 (LOCK) C-20. 4 Change PWB-M.
C5358Power Supply Cooling Fan Motor/2'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 M9 operation check PWB-M CNLP-15 (ON) PWB-M CNLP-16 (LOCK) C-9. 4 Change PWB-M.
C6102Drive 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 [Image Position Leading Edge] and [Feed Direction Adjustment]. 4 Check the PC201, M201, PWB-IC and PWB-C connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 5 PC201 I/O check, Sensor check PWB-C PJ11C-8 (ON) T-13 6 M201 operation check PWB-IC PJ3IC-1 (REM) PWB-IC PJ3IC-3 (LOCK) Y-7. 7 Change PWB-IC. 8 Change PWB-C.
C6103Slider Over Run
• 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 [Image Position Leading Edge] and [Feed Direction Adjustment]. 4 Check the PC201, M201, PWB-IC and PWB-C connector for proper connection and correct as necessary. 5 PC201 I/O check, Sensor check PWB-C PJ11C-8 (ON) T-13 6 M201 operation check PWB-IC PJ3IC-1 (REM) PWB-IC PJ3IC-3 (LOCK) Y-7. 7 Change PWB-IC. 8 Change PWB-C.
C6301Scanner Cooling 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 M202 operation check PWB-C PJ81C-2 (REM) PWB-C PJ81C-3 (LOCK) T-10 to 11. 4 Change PWB-C. 5 Change PWB-M.
C6704Image Input Time Out
• Image data is not input from the Image Processing Board (PWB-C) to the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP).
1 Select [Service Mode] - [State Confirmation] - [Memory/HDD Adj.] - [Memory Bus Check] - [Scanner??Memory]. 2 Check the connectors between PWB-C and PWB-MFP for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP. 4 Change PWB-Cge PWB-M.
C6751CCD 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.
C9401Exposure 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.
C9402Exposure 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.
CA051Standard controller configuration failure
• The controller of the MFP Control Board (PWBMFP) is faulty.
1 Check to see if the following setting has been correctly made: [Service Mode] - [System 2] - [Image Controller Setting]. If changing the setting, turn OFF the Main Power SW and turn it ON again after 10 seconds or more. 2 Check the connectors of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP
CA052Controller hardware error
• A controller hardware error is detected in the network I/F.
1 Check to see if the following setting has been correctly made: [Service Mode] - [System 2] - [Image Controller Setting]. If changing the setting, turn OFF the Main Power SW and turn it ON again after 10 seconds or more. 2 Check the connectors of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP
CA053Controller start failure
• A controller start failure is detected in the controller interface.
1 Check to see if the following setting has been correctly made: [Service Mode] - [System 2] - [Image Controller Setting]. If changing the setting, turn OFF the Main Power SW and turn it ON again after 10 seconds or more. 2 Check the connectors of the MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP) for proper connection and correct as necessary. 3 Change PWB-MFP
CB001 ... CB119FAX Board Error
CD004 ... CD011HDD error
CF001 ... CFF15MFP Control Board error

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