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SERVICE MANUAL

CODE: 00ZMX3501/S1E

DIGITAL FULL COLOR


MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM
DUPLEX SINGLE PASS FEEDER
(DSPF)
MODEL

MX-3501N
MX-4501N

CONTENTS
[1]

PRODUCT OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1

[2]

SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1

[3]

EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL


STRUCTURE
1. Identification of each section and
functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1

[4]

OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS
1. Document size detection . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
2. Timing chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1

[5]

DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY


1. Exterior section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
2. Paper feed section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2
3. Upper transport section . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6
4. Lower transport section . . . . . . . . . . . .5-8
5. Optical section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-12
6. Paper exit section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-16
7. Drive section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-17
8. Others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-19

[6]

MAINTENANCE
1. Maintenance system table . . . . . . . . . .6-1

[7]

ADJUSTMENTS
1. Levelness adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
2. Skew adjustment
(front surface mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
3. Skew adjustment
(back surface mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2
4. Image focus adjustment
(front surface mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3

5. Image focus adjustment


(back surface mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
6. Image magnification in the main
scanning direction adjustment
(front surface mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
7. Image magnification in the main
scanning direction adjustment
(back surface mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
8. Image magnification in the sub
scanning direction adjustment . . . . . . . 7-4
9. Scanned image off-center
adjustment (front surface mode) . . . . . 7-5
10. Scanned image off-center
adjustment (back surface mode) . . . . . 7-5
11. Original scan position adjustment . . . . 7-6
12. Copied image loss/void area
adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
13. Paper width sensor for the paper
feed tray adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
14. Auto void adjustment
(Service installation adjustment) . . . . . 7-8
15. Shading adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
16. CCD gamma adjustment
(CCD calibration) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
[8]

SELF DIAG AND TROUBLE CODE


1. Trouble code and troubleshooting . . . . 8-1

[9]

ELECTRICAL SECTION
1. Electrical and mechanism relation
diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
2. Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
3. Actual wiring chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5

Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with
specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used


for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

MX3501N
[1]
PRODUCT OUTLINE

Service Manual

This model is the document feed unit which allows scanning duplex
document surfaces at the same time. It is installed to the digital
copier machine. It scans duplex document surfaces at the same
time and transport it automatically to make continuous copying.
Staple cartridge
(Approx. 5000 x 3)
(MX-SCX1)

Finisher
(MX-FNX1)

DSPF

Punch module
2-hole (MX-PNX1A)
3-hole (MX-PNX1B)
4-hole (MX-PNX1C)
4-hole (broad space)
(MX-PNX1D)
Paper pass unit
(MX-RBX1)

HDD

Exit tray unit


(MX-TRX2)
Copier/Printer
/Scanner model

Staple cartridge
(Approx. 5000 x 3)
(AR-SC2)

Punch module
2-hole (AR-PN1A)
3-hole (AR-PN1B)
4-hole (AR-PN1C)
4-hole (broad space)
(AR-PN1D)

(MX-3501N)
(MX-4501N)

Saddle stitch finisher


(MX-FNX2)

Stand/1x500 sheet
paper drawer
(MX-DEX3)

MX3501N PRODUCT OUTLINE 1 1

Stand/2x500 sheet
paper drawer
(MX-DEX4)

Large capacity tray


(MX-LCX1)

MX3501N
[2]
SPECIFICATIONS
Form
Scan speed
Copy
Fax
Scanner
Internet Fax
Document standard
location
Document sizes

Document weights

Document carrying
capacity
Types of document that
may not be transported

Paper detection
Paper detection size

Paper feeding direction


Document inversion
Simultaneous doublesided scanning

Service Manual

DSPF (Duplex single pass feeder)


Monochrome (A4/8.5 x 11)
1-sided: 45 sheets/minute (600 x 300dpi, 1bit)
2-sided: 60 pages/minute (600 x 300dpi, 1bit)
1-sided: 60 sheets/minute (200 x 200dpi, 1bit)
2-sided: 60 pages/minute (200 x 200dpi, 1bit)
1-sided: 60 sheets/minute (200 x 200dpi, 1bit)
2-sided: 60 pages/minute (200 x 200dpi, 1bit)
1-sided: 60 sheets/minute (200 x 200 dpi, 1bit)
2-sided: 60 pages/minute (200 x 200 dpi, 1bit)
Center standard (Rear one-side standard for random feeding)

Color (A4/8.5 x 11)


1-sided: 35 sheets/minute (600 x 600dpi, 4bit)
2-sided: 35 pages/minute (600 x 600dpi, 4bit)
N/A
1-sided: 35 sheets/minute (200 x 200dpi, 8bit)
2-sided: 35 pages/minute (200 x 200dpi, 8bit)
N/A

Inch type-1: 11 x 17, 8.5 x 14, 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 11R, 8.5 x 5.5, A4, A3
Inch type-2: 11 x 17, 8.5 x 13, 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 11R, 8.5 x 5.5, A4, A3
AB type-1: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 14, 11 x 17
AB type-2: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, 8.5 x 11, 216 x 330, 11 x 17
AB type-3: 8K, A4, A4R, B4, 16K, 16KR, A5, 8.5 x 11, 216 x 330, 11 x 17
Long paper: 800mm (Monochrome 2 levels only)
Mixed feeding (same type / same width) possible
Random feeding (feeding of different types / different widths)
Only the following combinations of 2 size types are allowed: A3 and B4; B4 and A4R; A4 and B5; B5 and A5; and 11-inch and 8.5-inch.
1-side:
Thin paper: 35 49g/m2 (9 13 lbs)
Plain paper: 50 128g/m2 (13 34 lbs)
2-side: 50 105 g/m2 (13 28 lbs)
Maximum: 150 sheets (80g/m2, 21lbs), or Maximum: 19.5 mm, 3/4 inch or less
The following documents are NOT allowed:
OHP, second original drawing, tracing paper, carbon paper, thermal paper, wrinkled / broken / torn document, document with cuts and
pastes, documents printed by an ink ribbon, and perforated document except 2-punched / 3-punched (Perforated document by punch
unit is allowed.)
Yes
Auto detection (Switching one type of detection unit through system setting)
Inch-1: 11 x 17, 8.5 x 14, 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 11R, 5.5 x 8.5, A4, A3
Inch-2: 11 x 17, 8.5 x 13, 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 11R, 5.5 x 8.5, A4, A3
AB-1: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 14, 216 x 330, 11 x 17
AB-2: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, 8.5 x 11, 216 x 330, 11 x 17
AB-3: 8K, B4, A4, A4R, 16K, 16KR, A5, 8.5 x 11, 216 x 330, A3
Right hand feeding
No
Allowed

MX3501N SPECIFICATIONS 2 1

Service Manual
[3] EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE

MX3501N

1. Identification of each section and functions


A. Internal structure

8
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Name
Pickup roller
Paper feed roller
Separation roller
No. 1 resist roller (Drive)
No. 1 resist roller (Idle)
Transport roller 1 (Drive)
Transport roller 1 (Idle)
No. 2 resist roller (Drive)
No. 2 resist roller (Idle)
Platen roller
Transport roller 2 (Drive)
Transport roller 2 (Idle)
Transport roller 3 (Drive)
Transport roller 3 (Idle)
Paper exit roller (Drive)
Paper exit roller (Idle)

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Function/ Operation
Picks up a document and feeds it to the paper feed roller.
Performs the paper feed operation of documents.
Separate a document to prevent against double-feed.
Performs resist of document transport.
Applied a pressure to paper and the resist roller, and provides transport power of the resist roller to paper.
Transports paper from No. 1 resist roller to No. 2 resist roller.
Applied a pressure to paper and the transport roller, and provides the transport power of the transport roller to paper.
Make synchronization between the lead edge of a document and the scan start position.
Applies a pressure to paper and the resist roller, and provides transport power of the resist roller to paper.
Applies a pressure to paper to prevent against fluctuations on operation of paper.
Transports paper from the platen roller to the transport roller 3.
Applies a pressure to paper and the transport roller and provides transport power of the transport roller to paper.
Transports paper from the transport roller 2 to the paper exit roller.
Applies a pressure to paper and the transport roller and provides transport power of the transport roller to paper.
Discharges paper.
Applies a pressure to paper and the paper exit roller and provides transport power of the paper exit roller to paper.

MX3501N EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 3 1

B. Sensors, switches
1

10

11

12

13

4 5

14

15

16 17

11

1
3
2
6
5
14

4
12

16
17

10

13
15
7
8
9

1
2
3
4
5

Signal
name
SPPD2
SPPD1
SCOV
SPRDMD
STUD

6
7

SPED1
SPWS

SPLS1

SPLS2

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

SPPD3
SPPD4
SOCD
SLCOV
SPPD5
SPOD
SPED2

17

STLD

No.

Name

Type

Function/Operation

Active condition

DSPF paper pass sensor 2


DSPF paper pass sensor 1
DSPF upper door open/close sensor
DSPF document random sensor
DSPF paper feed tray upper limit
sensor
DSPF document upper limit sensor
DSPF document width sensor

Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type

Detects pass of the paper.


Detects pass of the paper.
Detects open/close of the upper door.
Detects the paper size in random paper feed.
Detects the upper limit of the paper feed tray.

Transmission type
Volume resistor

Detects the upper limit of the DSPF document.


Detects the document width of the paper feed
tray upper.
Detects the document length of the paper feed
tray upper.
Detects the document length of the paper feed
tray upper.
Detects pass of the paper.
Detects pass of the paper.
Detects open/close of the DSPF unit.
Detects open/close of the lower door.
Detects pass of the paper.
Detects paper exit of the document.
Detects document empty in the paper feed
tray.
Detects the lower limit of the paper feed tray.

L when paper is detected.


L when paper is detected.
L when the upper door is open.
L when paper is detected.
L when the upper limit of the
paper feed tray is detected.
L when paper is detected.

DSPF document length detection


short sensor
DSPF document length detection
long sensor
DSPF paper pass sensor 3
DSPF paper pass sensor 4
DSPF open/close sensor
DSPF lower door open/close sensor
DSPF paper pass sensor 5
DSPF paper exit sensor
DSPF document empty sensor
DSPF paper feed tray lower limit
sensor

Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type
Micro switch
Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type
Transmission type

MX3501N EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 3 2

H when paper is detected.


H when paper is detected.
L when paper is detected.
L when paper is detected.
L when the DSPF unit is open.
L when the lower door is open.
L when paper is detected.
L when paper is detected.
L when paper is detected.
H when the lower limit of the
paper feed tray is detected.

C. Motors, clutches, solenoids, PWB and lamps

2
6
7
5
1
3
4

11
8
10
9

15

13
12
14

17
16

No.
1

Signal name
SPUM

Name
DSPF paper feed motor

Type
Hybrid step motor

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

SPFM
SPOM
SLUM
SPFC
STRRC
STRRBC
STRC
SRRC
SRRBC
SPFFAN

DSPF COPY LUMP

DSPF transport motor


DSPF paper exit motor
DSPF lift-up motor
DSPF paper feed clutch
DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch
DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch
DSPF transport roller clutch
DSPF No.2 resist roller clutch
DSPF No.2 resist roller brake clutch
DSPF cooling fan motor
DSPF control PWB
DSPF flash PWB
DSPF driver PWB
DSPF CCD PWB
DSPF CL inverter PWB
DSPF copy lamp

Hybrid step motor


PM step motor
PM step motor
Electromagnetic clutch
Electromagnetic clutch
Electromagnetic clutch
Electromagnetic clutch
Electromagnetic clutch
Electromagnetic clutch
DC brush-less motor

Xenon lamp

Function/Operation
Drives the rollers, transport rollers and transport rollers in the
paper feed section.
Drives the transport roller.
Drives the paper exit roller.
Lifts up or moves down the paper feed tray.
Controls ON/OFF of the rollers in the paper feed section.
Controls ON/OFF of No. 1 resist roller.
Performs braking of No. 1 resist roller.
Controls ON/OFF of the transport roller 1.
Controls ON/OFF of No. 2 resist roller.
Performs braking of No. 2 resist roller.
Cools the motors and the clutches.
Control PWB for DSPF
Program ROM PWB for DSPF
Driver PWB for DSPF
Scans document images.
Drives the copy lamp.
Radiates light onto a document to allow the CCD to scan
document images.

MX3501N EXTERNAL VIEW AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE 3 3

[4] OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS

MX3501N

Service Manual

1. Document size detection


Size detection on the document tray
The document size is detected by the DSPF document width sensor (SPWS), and the document length is detected by the DSPF document
length sensors (SPLS1, SPLS2). The document size is judged from the document width and the document length as shown in the table below.
When, however, documents of different sizes are mixed and set on the document tray, the largest size is detected.
Document length sensor
SPLS1
SPLS2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON

Document size
AB series

Inch series

A5
B5
11" x 8.5"
A4
B5R
A4R
8.5" x 13"
B4
A3
11" x 17"
8.5" x 5.5"
11" x 8.5"
A4
11" x 8.5"R
8.5" x 13"
8.5" x 14"
A3
11" x 17"

SPWS
SPLS1
SPLS2

2. Timing chart
To increase the document replacement speed, pre-feed of the second and the later documents is performed for documents of A4/Letter or
smaller sizes. Therefore, a clutch is provided for each transport roller to perform individual control.
An electromagnetic brake is provided for each transport roller in order to reduce loads to the motor in comparison with a mechanical brake.
Transport speed 314mm/s Letter single-surface transport
Copy key ON
ON simultaneously with print start of each motor
OFF at 500ms after SPCD OFF of the last paper

SPFFAN
DSPF cooling fan motor
SPUM
DSPF paper feed motor
SPFM
DSPF transport motor

Timer from ON

SPFC
DSPF paper feed clutch

Timer from ON

SPFC
DSPF paper feed clutch
STRRC
DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch
STRRBC
DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch
SPRDMD
DSPF random sensor 1
SPPD1
DSPF paper pass sensor 1
SPPD2
DSPF paper pass sensor 2
ON simultaneously with SPPD2_ON
OFF at 69.4ms after SPPD2_OFF

STRC
DSPF transport roller clutch
SPPD3
DSPF paper pass sensor 3

11.8mm

12.3mm

SRRC
DSPF No.2 resist roller clutch

ON at 12.3mm - 10ms (29ms) after SPPD3 ON


(SIM adjustment)
OFF at 11.8mm (38ms) after SPPD3 OFF

SRRBC
DSPF No.2 resist roller brake clutch

ON simultaneously with SPPD3 ON


OFF at 10ms before SRRC ON

SPPD4
DSPF paper pass sensor 4
SPPD5
DSPF paper pass sensor 5

37.6mm

OC scanner scanning
39.3mm

Scanning start at 37.6mm (120ms) from


SPPD4 ON (SIM adjustment)
Scanning start at 39.3mm (125ms) from
SPPD5 ON (SIM adjustment)

Built-in scanner scanning


SPOD
DSPF paper exit sensor

Reduces the speed simultaneously with SPOD OFF,


reduces the speed up to 1855PPS in 15.7mm
Drives for 15mm and returns to 3709PPS in 15.7mm.
(Common to each paper size)

SPOM
DSPF paper exit motor

MX3501N OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS 4 1

[5] DISASSEMBLY AND


ASSEMBLY

MX3501N

4) Open theManual
DSPF unit
Service

to put it straight up, and remove the

screw.

1. Exterior section
A. DSPF unit
1)

Remove the upper cabinet rear cover lid. Remove the screw,
and remove the upper cabinet rear cover.

2)

Remove the screw, and remove the earth line. Disconnect the
connector, and remove the snap band. Remove the screw, and
remove the locking band and the interface harness cover.

5)

Slide the DSPF unit to the rear side, and fit the step screw with
the key hole of the hinge, and lift it up to remove.

3)

Loosen the screw, and lower the angle adjustment plate.

(1)
1)

Front cabinet
Open the upper door, and remove the screw.

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2)

(4)

Remove the pawl, and remove the front cabinet.

Upper door

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the spring. Remove the pawl. Remove the pressure


release axis holder. Remove the screw. Remove the pressure
release link lever.

(2)
1)

Rear cabinet
Open the upper door. Remove the screw. Remove the pawl.
Remove the rear cabinet.
3)

Remove the resin E-ring, and remove the upper door.

1
4

(3)
1)

Paper feed cover

Open the upper door. Remove the screw. Remove the paper
feed cover.

2. Paper feed section


A. Paper feed tray unit
1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the screw, and remove the


paper feed tray unit.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 2

(1)
(2)

DSPF document length detection short sensor

5)

DSPF document length detection long sensor

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed tray unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section - A. Paper feed tray unit.")

4)

Remove the screw, and remove the paper feed tray lower.

Remove the screw, and remove the rotation tray shaft.


Remove the paper feed rotation tray.

6)

5)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the pawl, and remove the


DSPF document width sensor.

Disconnect the connector, and remove the DSPF document


length detection short sensor (a) and the DSPF document
length detection long sensor (b).

(3)

DSPF document width sensor

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed tray unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section - A. Paper feed tray unit.")

4)

Remove the screw, and remove the paper feed tray lower. Disconnect the connector.

B. Paper feed unit


1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed cover. (Refer to "1. Exterior section A. DSPF unit - (3) Paper feed cover.")

4)

Disconnect the connector. Open the wire saddle. Remove the


snap band.

2
1

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 3

5)

Remove the screw, and remove the paper feed unit.

(1)

Pickup roller

(2)

Paper feed roller

(3)

Remove the screw, and remove the paper feed PG lower


cover.

6)

Disengage the pawl, and remove the reverse pressure release


lever. Remove the separation roller.

Separation roller

1)

Remove the paper feed cover. (Refer to "1. Exterior section A. DSPF unit - (3) Paper feed cover.")

2)

Remove the pawl, and remove the paper feed PG upper cover.

3)

5)

Remove the pawl. Remove the pickup roller holder. Remove


the pickup roller from the pickup roller holder.

2
1

(4)

DSPF paper feed tray upper limit sensor

(5)

DSPF document upper limit sensor

(6)

DSPF upper door open/close sensor

(7)

DSPF paper pass sensor 1

(8)

DSPF document random sensor

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed cover. (Refer to "1. Exterior section A. DSPF unit - (3) Paper feed cover.")

4)

Remove the paper feed unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section B. Paper feed unit.")

5)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the screw, and remove the


paper feed PG upper supporting plate.

1
2

4)

Remove the paper feed roller.

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6)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the DSPF paper feed


tray upper limit sensor (a), the DSPF document upper limit
sensor (b), the DSPF upper door open/close sensor (c), the
DSPF paper pass sensor 1 (d), and the DSPF document random sensor (e).

7)

Remove the E-ring and the bearing. Lift the paper feed roller
shaft diagonally, and remove the DSPF paper feed clutch.

* When assembling, check to insure that the clutch rotation stopper is engaged with the plate.

c
d
3

e
2

a
b

(9)

DSPF paper feed clutch

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

C. Others

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

(1)

Torque limiter

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed cover. (Refer to "1. Exterior section A. DSPF unit - (3) Paper feed cover.")

2)

4)

Remove the paper feed unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section B. Paper feed unit.")

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

5)

Remove the pawl, and remove the paper feed PG upper cover.

Remove the paper feed unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section B. Paper feed unit.")

4)

Remove the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch and remove
the DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper transport section - A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch, B. DSPF
No.1 resist roller clutch.")

5)

Remove the drive unit. (Refer to "7. Drive section - A. Drive


unit.")

6)

Remove the resin E-ring, and remove the No.1 resist roller
(idle).

6)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the screw, and remove the


paper feed PG upper supporting plate.

1
2

7)

Remove the screw. Lift the paper feed rotation tray, and
remove the paper feed PG lower.

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8)

Remove the screw, and remove the separation roller supporting plate and the bearing. Remove the roller shaft, and remove
the torque limiter.

3. Upper transport section


A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch
B. DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch

2
1

1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the resin E-ring. Remove


the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch (a) and the DSPF
No.1 resist roller clutch (b).

* When assembling, check to insure that the clutch rotation stopper is engaged with the plate.

a
2

(2)
(3)

DSPF paper feed tray lower limit sensor


DSPF document empty sensor

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed tray unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section - A. Paper feed tray unit.")

4)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the DSPF paper feed


tray lower limit sensor (a) and the DSPF document empty sensor (b).

C. DSPF transport roller clutch


1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the snap band.


Remove the resin E-ring, and remove the DSPF transport
roller clutch.

* When assembling, check to insure that the clutch rotation stopper is engaged with the plate.

a
3
2
1

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D. No.1 resist roller (Drive)

8)

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section B. Paper feed unit.")

4)

Remove the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch and remove
the DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper transport section - A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch, B. DSPF
No.1 resist roller clutch.")

5)

Remove the resin E-ring, and remove the No.1 resist roller
(idle).

Remove the E-ring and the bearing from the No.1 resist roller
(drive).

E. DSPF paper pass sensor 2


F. Transport roller 1 (drive)

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the screw, and remove the transport PG upper.

4)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the DSPF paper pass


sensor 2.

6)

Remove the screw, lift the paper feed rotation tray, and remove
the paper feed PG lower.

7)

Remove the resin E-ring and the bearing, and remove the
No.1 resist roller (drive).

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 7

5)

Remove the DSPF transport roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper


transport section - C. DSPF transport roller clutch.")

6)

Remove the E-ring, the washer, the spring, the collar, the polyslider, and the bearing. Remove the belt, the pulley, and the
bearing, and remove the transport roller 1 (drive).

C. DSPF No.2 resist roller brake clutch


D. DSPF No.2 resist roller clutch
1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the resin E-ring and


remove the DSPF No.2 resist roller brake clutch (a) and the
DSPF No.2 resist roller clutch (b).

* When assembling, check to insure that the clutch rotation stopper is engaged with the plate.

b
2

1
1

a
3

7)

Remove the E-ring and the bearing from the transport roller 1
(drive).

E. DSPF paper pass sensor 3


F. DSPF paper pass sensor 4
G. No.2 resist roller (Drive)

4. Lower transport section

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the upper door. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (3) Upper door.")

4)

Remove the screw, and remove the transport PG upper.

A. Platen roller
B. No.1 scanning plate
1)

Open the DSPF unit, and clean the platen roller and the No.1
scanning plate.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 8

5)

Loosen the screw, and lower the angle adjustment plate. Open
the DSPF unit.

10) Remove the screw and the connector, and remove the DSPF
paper pass sensor 3.

1
1

2
6)

Remove the screw, and remove the left rear lower cabinet.

7)

Remove the resin E-ring, and remove the PS knob.

11) Remove the screw, and remove the lift-up PG.

12) Remove the screw, and remove the spring. Remove the belt,
the pawl, and the platen roller.

2
1

8)

Remove the screw, and remove the PS outer PG.

3
2

13) Disconnect the connector and remove the screw. Remove the
DSPF paper pass sensor 4.

9)

Remove the screw, and remove the PS front PG.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 9

14) Remove the DSPF No.2 resist roller brake clutch and the
DSPF No.2 resist roller clutch. (Refer to "4. Lower transport
section - C. DSPF No.2 resist roller brake clutch, D. DSPF
No.2 resist roller clutch.")

5)

Remove the screw, and remove the lift-up PG.

6)

Remove the screw, and remove the intersecting point plate.


Remove the lower door.

15) Remove the DSPF cooling fan motor. (Refer to "7. Drive section - C. Others - (1) DSPF cooling fan motor.")
16) Remove the E-ring, the washer, the spring, the collar, the polyslider, and the bearing.

17) Loosen the screw. Loosen the belt tension. Tighten the screw.
Slide the roller. Remove the pulley, the E-ring, and the bearing.
Remove the No.2 resist roller (drive).

3
7)

Open the lower door. Remove the screw. Remove the transport PG lower. Disconnect the connector.

H. DSPF paper pass sensor 5


I. Transport roller 2 (Drive)
1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the OC mat. (Refer to "8. Others - A. OC mat.")

4)

Loosen the screw, and lower the angle adjustment plate. Open
the DSPF unit.

8)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the DSPF paper pass


sensor 5.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 10

9)

Remove the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch and the
DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch. (Refer "3. Upper transport section - A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch - B. DSPF No.1
resist roller clutch.")

10) Remove the drive unit. (Refer to "7. Drive section - A. Drive
unit.")
11) Disconnect the connector. Remove the screw, and remove the
control PWB unit.

J. Transport roller 3 (drive)


1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section B. Paper feed unit.")

4)

Remove the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch and the
DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper transport
section - A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch, B. DSPF
No.1 resist roller clutch.")

5)

Remove the drive unit. (Refer to "7. Drive section - A. Drive


unit.")

6)

Remove the resin E-ring, and remove the No.1 resist roller
(idle).

2
12) Loosen the screw, and loosen the belt tension. Tighten the
screw. Remove the belt. Remove the E-ring and the pulley.

1
7)

Remove the screw. Lift the paper feed rotation tray, and
remove the paper feed PG lower.

2
3
2

1
13) Remove the resin E-ring. Slide the bearing. Remove the transport roller 2 (drive). Remove the bearing, the E-ring, and the
spring pin from the transport roller 2 (drive).

8)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the screw, and remove the


control PWB unit.

3
1

1
2

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 11

9)

Loosen the screw, and loosen the belt tension. Tighten the
screw. Remove the belt.

5)

Remove the screw, and remove the intersecting point plate.


Remove the lower door.

10) Remove the resin E-ring and the bearing. Remove the transport roller 3 (drive). Remove the E-ring, the pulley, the spring
pin, and the bearing from the transport roller 3 (drive).

3
6)

Remove the screw, and remove the intersecting point plate.


Remove the white reference plate.

1
2

5. Optical section
A. Lamp unit
1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the OC mat. (Refer to "8. Others - A. OC mat.")

4)

Remove the connector from the DSPF CL inverter PWB.

7)

Remove the screw, and remove the scanning section cover.


Remove the screw, and remove the lamp unit.

3
4

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 12

(1)

Scanning glass

(2)

DSPF copy lamp

(3)

Reflector

1)

Open the DSPF unit, and open the lower door.

4)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

5)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

6)

Remove the OC mat. (Refer to "8. Others - A. OC mat.")

7)

Remove the lamp unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - A. Lamp


unit.")

8)

Remove the screw, and remove the DSPF copy lamp.

9)

Clean the scanning glass (back surface).

2)

3)

Remove the cleaner.

Use the cleaner to clean the scanning glass (surface).

10) Remove the screw, and remove the reflector.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 13

B. Optical unit

(1)

1)

(2)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the upper door. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (3) Upper door.")

4)

Remove the OC mat. (Refer to "8. Others - A. OC mat.")

5)

Remove the lamp unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - A. Lamp


unit.")

6)

7)

Remove the screw, and remove the transport PG upper.

Lens
CCD

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the upper door. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (3) Upper door.")

4)

Remove the OC mat. (Refer to "8. Others - A. OC mat.")

5)

Remove the lamp unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - A. Lamp


unit.")

6)

Remove the optical unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - B. Optical unit.")

7)

Remove the screw. Remove the pawl. Remove the dust-proof


cover. Remove the screw, and remove the dark box.

8)

Remove the pawl, and remove the lens cover.

9)

Clean the lens (a) and the CCD (b).

Remove the screw, and remove the harness cover. Disconnect


the connector.
* When assembling, arrange the harness so that it is placed in
the lower position than the rib height.

8)

Remove the step screw, and remove the screw. Remove the
optical fixing plate. Remove the optical unit.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 14

(3)

CCD unit

(4)

Mirror

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the upper door. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (3) Upper door.")

3)

Remove the upper door. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (3) Upper door.")

4)

Remove the OC mat. (Refer to "8. Others - A. OC mat.")

4)

Remove the OC mat. (Refer to "8. Others - A. OC mat.")

5)

Remove the lamp unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - A. Lamp


unit.")

5)

Remove the lamp unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - A. Lamp


unit.")

6)

Remove the optical unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - B. Optical unit.")

6)

Remove the optical unit. (Refer to "5. Optical section - B. Optical unit.")

7)

Remove the screw. Remove the pawl. Remove the dust-proof


cover. Remove the screw, and remove the dark box.

7)

Remove the screw, and remove the mirror base cover.

8)

Remove the screw, and remove the CCD unit.

8)

Clean the mirror.

C. Others
(1)

DSPF CL inverter PWB

1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the control PWB unit.

1
2

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 15

3)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the screw. Remove the


inverter PWB guide.

3)

4)

Remove the screw, and remove the DSPF CL inverter PWB.

6. Paper exit section

Use the cleaner to clean the white reference glass.

A. Discharge brush
1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed tray unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section - A. Paper feed tray unit.")

4)

Remove the discharge brush.

* When attaching the discharge brush, attach it to the attachment


reference.

(2)
1)

White reference glass


Open the DSPF unit, and open the lower door.

B. DSPF paper exit sensor

2)

Remove the cleaner.

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed tray unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section - A. Paper feed tray unit.")

4)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the DSPF paper exit


sensor.

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C. Paper exit roller (drive)

4)

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

3)

Remove the paper feed tray unit. (Refer to "2. Paper feed section - A. Paper feed tray unit.")

4)

Remove the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch, and remove
the DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper transport section - A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch, B. DSPF
No.1 resist roller clutch.")

5)

Remove the drive unit. (Refer to "7. Drive section - A. Drive


unit.")

6)

Remove the resin E-ring, the gear, the bearing, and the paper
exit roller (drive).

(1)

Remove the screw, and remove the drive unit.

DSPF paper feed motor

1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector, and open the edge saddle. Remove


the screw, and remove the DSPF paper feed motor.

7. Drive section
A. Drive unit
1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Remove the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch and the
DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper transport
section - A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch, B. DSPF
No.1 resist roller clutch.")

3)

Disconnect the connector, and open the edge saddle. Remove


the snap band.

(2)

DSPF paper exit motor

1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector, and open the edge saddle. Remove


the screw, and remove the DSPF paper exit motor.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 17

(3)

(1)

DSPF lift-up motor

DSPF transport motor

1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector, and open the edge saddle. Remove


the screw, and remove the DSPF lift-up motor.

2)

Loosen the screw, and loosen the belt tension. Tighten the
screw.

3)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the screw. Remove the


DSPF transport motor.

B. Drive transport unit


1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Remove the DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch and the
DSPF No.1 resist roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper transport
section - A. DSPF No.1 resist roller brake clutch, B. DSPF
No.1 resist roller clutch.")

3)

Remove the DSPF transport roller clutch. (Refer to "3. Upper


transport section - C. DSPF transport roller clutch.")

4)

Remove the DSPF cooling fan motor. (Refer to "7. Drive section - C. Others - (1) DSPF cooling fan motor.")

5)

Loosen the screw, and loosen the belt tension. Tighten the
screw.

C. Others
(1)

6)

DSPF cooling fan motor

1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the DSPF cooling fan


motor.

Remove the screw, and remove the drive transport unit.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 18

8. Others

C. DSPF lower door open/close sensor

A. OC mat

1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the screw. Remove the


lower door open/close sensor holder. Remove the DSPF lower
door open/close sensor from the lower door open/close sensor
holder.

1)

Open the DSPF unit, and remove the OC mat from the left
edge.

* When assembling, place the OC mat on the document table to fit


with the reference and close the DSPF unit.

D. DSPF driver PWB


1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector. Remove the screw, and remove the


DSPF driver PWB.

B. DSPF open/close sensor


1)

Remove the front cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (1) Front cabinet.")

2)

Disconnect the connector and remove the screw. Remove the


open/close sensor holder. Remove the DSPF open/close sensor from the open/close sensor holder.

E. DSPF flash PWB


1)

Remove the screw, and remove the ROM cover.

MX3501N DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5 19

2)

Release the lock, and remove the DSPF flash PWB.

2
1

F. DSPF control PWB


1)

Remove the rear cabinet. (Refer to "1. Exterior section - A.


DSPF unit - (2) Rear cabinet.")

2)

Remove the DSPF flash PWB. (Refer to "8. Others - E. DSPF


flash PWB.")

3)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the screw. Remove the


control PWB unit.

2
4)

Disconnect the connector, and remove the screw. Remove the


DSPF control PWB.

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[6] MAINTENANCE

MX3501N

Service Manual

1. Maintenance system table


: Check (Clean, replace, or adjust according to necessity.) {: Clean : Replace U: Adjust : Lubricate : Shift the position.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Part name
Paper feed
section/
Transport
section

Optical section

Drive section
Others

When calling

Paper feed roller


Pickup roller
Separation roller
Torque limiter
No. 1 resist roller (Drive)
Transport roller 1 (Drive)
No. 2 resist roller (Drive)
Platen roller
Transport roller 2 (Drive)
Transport roller 3 (Drive)
Paper exit roller (Drive)
Discharge brush
No. 1 scanning plate
No. 2 scanning section, scanning glass
No. 2 scanning section, white reference glass
Lens
CCD
Mirror
Copy lamp
Reflector
Gears (Grease)
Belts
OC mat

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Main unit
maintenance cycle
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Remarks
Replacement reference: 100K or 1 year

Replacement reference: 100K

UKOG-0299FCZZ (specified positions)

5
1
4
6

2
3

7
8
13
9
10
11
12

23

16
17

19
20
14

22
22
21

18

22
15

MX3501N MAINTENANCE 6 1

MX3501N
[7]
ADJUSTMENTS

4) After adjustments
Service
Manualof A and B, check to insure that the projection on the front right side is in contact with the glass surface of
the main unit.

1. Levelness adjustment
This adjustment is needed in the following situations:
* The DSPF section has been disassembled.
* The DSPF unit has been replaced.
1)

Close the DSPF unit and check the clearance between the
projections in the front side and the rear side and the SPF
glass holding resin surface.

2. Skew adjustment (front surface mode)


This adjustment is needed in the following situations:
* The DSPF section has been disassembled.
* When replacing the DSPF unit.
* The DSPF unit generates skewed scanned images.
1)

2)

Create an adjustment chart by printing in duplex mode the selfprint pattern 71 (grid pattern) specified in Simulation 64-1.
Make sure that the print grid pattern is almost in parallel with
the paper edges, and apply position marks 'A', 'B', 'C' and 'D' to
the leading and trailing edges of the paper for both front and
back sides of the paper.

Visually check to insure that the clearance A is 1mm or less


and the clearance B is 0mm (in contact).

1mm

Paper pass direction

B
0mm

2)

If the above requirement is not met, do step 3.


3)

Turn the height adjustment screw to adjust the DSPF front/rear


frame horizontal level.

Copy the adjustment chart (created in step 1) to A3 (11" x 17")


paper in DSPF duplex mode, and then check the image for
skews (Set in the DSPF feed tray so that the mark on the
adjustment chart is at the edge).
Check with one of the following methods.
[Check Method 1]

(Front side)
Make sure that the output satisfies the condition: |a-b| 1 mm

(Back side)
Make sure that the output satisfies the condition: |c-d| 1 mm

When the front frame side is higher (clearance B is more than


1mm): Turn the height adjustment screw R of the DSPF rear
frame clockwise.

When the rear frame side is higher (clearance A is more than


1mm): Turn the height adjustment screw L of the DSPF rear
frame counterclockwise.
Repeat steps 2 to 3 until an acceptable result is obtained.
MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 1

[Check Method 2]

[When the main scanning direction print line is shifted to the


left]

Check that the squareness of the main scanning direction


print line for the longitudinal direction of paper is within
1.0mm.

If a < b, then turn counterclockwise the DSPF skew


adjusting screw.
[When the main scanning direction print line is shifted to the
right]

0 - 1.0mm

If a > b, then turn clockwise the DSPF skew adjusting screw.


Repeat steps 2 to 5 until an acceptable result is obtained.

3. Skew adjustment (back surface mode)


This adjustment is needed in the following situations:
* The DSPF section has been disassembled.
* When replacing the DSPF unit.
* The DSPF unit generates skewed scanned images.
1)

Make sure that the print grid pattern is almost in parallel with
the paper edges, and apply position marks 'A', 'B', 'C' and 'D' to
the leading and trailing edges of the paper for both front and
back sides of the paper.

If the front surface copy image is as shown above and the


back surface copy is not as shown above, go to the step 3)
of "3. Skew adjustment (Back surface mode)."
If the above requirement is not met for the paper's front side,
then do step 3.
3)

Create an adjustment chart by printing in duplex mode the selfprint pattern 71 (grid pattern) specified in Simulation 64-1.

Loosen the hinge screws and lower the two attachments.

Paper pass direction

B
2)

4)

Open the DSPF and loosen the screw.

Copy the adjustment chart (created in step 1) to A3 (11" x 17")


paper in DSPF duplex mode, and then check the image for
skews (Set in the DSPF feed tray so that the mark on the
adjustment chart is at the edge).
Check with one of the following methods.
[Check Method 1]
(Front side)
Make sure that the output satisfies the condition: |a-b| 1 mm

5)

Adjust by turning the DSPF skew adjusting screw on the right


side of the DSPF rear frame.

(Back side)
Make sure that the output satisfies the condition: |c-d| 1 mm

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 2

[Check Method 2]

[When the main scanning direction print line is shifted to the


left]

Check that the squareness of the main scanning direction


print line for the longitudinal direction of paper is within
1.0mm.

If c < d, turn the DSPF skew adjustment screw A


counterclockwise, or turn the adjustment screw B clockwise.
[When the main scanning direction print line is shifted to the
right]

0 - 1.0mm

If c > d, turn the DSPF skew adjustment screw A clockwise,


or turn the adjustment screw B counterclockwise.
* The adjustment screws A and B must be turned in proper
balance. For example, if the trouble is not removed by turning the adjustment screw A 180 degrees clockwise, do not
turn the adjustment screw A furthermore, but turn the adjustment screw B 180 degrees counterclockwise.

Repeat steps 2 to 5 until an acceptable result is obtained.

4. Image focus adjustment (front surface


mode)
If the back surface copy image is as shown above and the
front surface copy is not as shown above, go to the step 3)
of "2. Skew adjustment (Front surface mode)."
If the back surface copy is not as shown above, perform the
procedures of step 3) or later.
3)

Open the upper door, and remove the adjustment cover.

For details of this adjustment, refer to "[6] ADJUSTMENTS" of the


copier Service Manual (00ZMX3500NS1E).

5. Image focus adjustment (back surface


mode)
This adjustment is required in the following cases:
* When the DSPF CCD unit is replaced.
* When the DSPF CCD unit is replaced.
* When the COPY/SCAN/FAX image focus is not properly
adjusted.
* When the DSPF unit is removed.
* When the DSPF unit is replaced.
1)

Make a duplex copy in DSPF mode.

2)

Make sure that the copied image on the back side of the paper
is satisfactorily focused.
If the image is not satisfactorily focused, do the following
steps.

4)

3)

Open the door. Remove the screws, and remove the transport
PG upper.

4)

To prevent against shift of the CCD unit optical axis, mark the
CCD unit base as shown below.

Turn the DSPF skew adjustment screw on the CCD unit to


adjust.

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 3

5)

Loosen the CCD unit fixing screws (4 pcs.).

* Images are not correctly magnified in the main scanning direction.


1)

On the DSPF original tray, place such an original as illustrated


below.

Paper pass direction

A4 size

* Never loosen the screws marked with .

(both sides)

Loosening these screws could possibly change the CCD


unit base optical axis. Once the optical axis has been
changed, it cannot be corrected through on-site adjustments. Solving such a problem requires the replacement of
the entire scanner unit.
6)

10mm

10mm

2)

Make a normal duplex copy on A4 paper.

3)

Measure the lengths of the copied image (back surface) and


the original image.

Slide the CCD unit in the arrow direction (CCD sub scanning
direction) to change the installing position.

original

When the copy image is longer than the original scale, shift the
CCD unit in the direction B. When the copy image is shorter
than the original scale, shift the CCD unit in the direction A.

copy

One scale of mark-off line corresponds to 0.2%.


At that time, fix the CCD unit so that it is in parallel with the
scale on the front and the rear side of the CCD unit base.

10

100

50

150

250

200

* Fix the CCD unit so that it is in parallel with the line marked
in procedure 4).
10

4)

50

100

150

200

250

Determine the image magnification factor using the following


formula:
Image magnification factor (%) = Copy dimension/original
dimension x 100

Image magnification factor (%) = 99 / 100 x 100 = 99


If the image magnification factor is within the spec (1000.8%),
no adjustment is required; otherwise, do the following steps.
5)

Enter the simulation 48-1 mode.

0
7)

Make a copy and check the copy magnification ratio again.

TEST

If the copy magnification ratio is not in the range of 100 1%,


repeat the procedures of 4) 6) until the condition is satisfied.

MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT

A:

NOTE: By changing the CCD unit fixing position with the simulation 48-1 adjustment value at 50, the copy magnification
ratio is adjusted within the specified range (100 1.0%)
and the specified resolution is obtained based on the optical system structure.

6. Image magnification in the main


scanning direction adjustment (front
surface mode)
For details of this adjustment, refer to "[6] ADJUSTMENTS" of the
copier Service Manual (00ZMX3500NS1E).

7. Image magnification in the main


scanning direction adjustment (back
surface mode)
This adjustment is required in the following cases:

XX

199

A 50

 CCD(MAIN)

B 50

 CCD(SUB)

C 50

SPF(MAIN)

D 50

SPF(SUB)

OK

1)

Select the item corresponding to be adjusted with scroll key.

2)

Press [START] key.

3)

Enter the image magnification adjustment value with the 10key.

4)

Press [START] key.


Pressing the [START] key starts copy operation as well as
applying the adjustment value.
Repeat the above adjustments until an acceptable result is
obtained.

8. Image magnification in the sub


scanning direction adjustment
This adjustment is required in the following cases:

* The MFP control PWB has been replaced.


* The EEPROM on the MFP control PWB has been replaced.
* The scan control PWB has been replaced.
* The EEPROM on the scan control PWB has been replaced.
* When a U2 trouble occurs.

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.4801

* Images are not correctly magnified in the sub-scanning direction.


* The MFP control PWB has been replaced.
* The EEPROM on the MFP control PWB has been replaced.
* The scan control PWB has been replaced.

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 4

* The EEPROM on the scan control PWB has been replaced.

1)

Enter the simulation 48-1 mode.

* When a U2 trouble occurs.


1)

On the DSPF original tray, place such an original as illustrated


below.

TEST
MOTOR

10mm

SPEED

A:

Paper pass direction

Make a normal copy on A4 paper.

3)

Measure the lengths of the copied image and the original


image.

XX

A 50

 MR(HI)

B 50

 MR(MID)

C 50

MR(LO)

D 50

DSPF(HI))

OK

1)

Select the item corresponding to be adjusted with scroll key.

2)

Press [START] key.

3)

Enter the image magnification adjustment value with the 10key.

10mm
2)

ADJUSTMENT

199

A4 size

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.4805

Make adjustments by changing the adjustment value for high


revolution mode if the copy magnification is not correct for
microcopies; or the adjustment value for low revolution mode if
the copy magnification is not correct for blowbacks.
4)

Press [START] key.

10

This applies the adjustment value.

50

9. Scanned image off-center adjustment


(front surface mode)

100

10
50

150

100

200

original

For details of this adjustment, refer to "[6] ADJUSTMENTS" of the


copier Service Manual (00ZMX3500NS1E).

10. Scanned image off-center adjustment


(back surface mode)

150

copy

200

This adjustment is required in the following cases:


* The MFP control PWB has been replaced.

4)

Determine the image magnification factor using the following


formula:

* The EEPROM on the MFP control PWB has been replaced.

Image magnification factor (%) = Copy dimension/original


dimension x 100

* The EEPROM on the scan control PWB has been replaced.

Image magnification factor (%) = 99 / 100 x 100 = 99


If the image magnification factor is within the spec (1000.8%),
no adjustment is required; otherwise, do the following steps.
5)

Enter the simulation 48-1 mode.

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.4801

* The scanner (reading) section has been disassembled.


* The scanner (reading) unit has been replaced.
* When a U2 trouble occurs.
* The DSPF section has been disassembled.
* The DSPF unit has been replaced.

0
TEST

* The scan control PWB has been replaced.

(Adjustment mode selection)


1)

Enter the simulation 50-12 mode.

MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT

A:

XX

199

A 50

 CCD(MAIN)

B 50

 CCD(SUB)

C 50

SPF(MAIN)

D 50

SPF(SUB)

0
TEST

SIMULATION NO.5012

ORIGINAL CENTER OFFSET SETUP

A:

OK

1)

Select the adjustment item DSPF (SUB) with scroll key.


This adjustment items is intended to adjust the image magnification in the sub-scanning direction in DSPF mode. (DSPF
(SUB))

2)

Press [START] key.

3)

Enter the image magnification adjustment value with the 10key.

4)

CLOSE

Select [START] key.


Pressing the [START] key starts copy operation as well as
applying the adjustment value.
Repeat the above adjustments until an acceptable result is
obtained.

NOTE: After adjusting the image magnification in the sub-scanning


direction through Simulation 48-1, do the following steps if
making a copy at a different magnification factor fails to
produce a correctly scaled copy.

XX
99

50

 OC

50

 SPF(SIDE1)

50

 SPF(SIDE2)

OK

(UNIT: 0.1mm/STEP When the value is increased, the image is


shifted to the front side.)
Item
Paper feed tray
selection
1 COPY START
Copy START (Default)
2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio
setting
(Off-center adjustment value)
3 PLATEN
OC mode adjustment
4 SPF SIDE1
DSPF front surface
adjustment
5 SPF SIDE2
DSPF back surface
adjustment
0

TRAY SELECT

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 5

Set range
16

Default

25 400%

100

0 99

50

2)

Using the scroll key, select the adjustment item DSPF SIDE1,
which is intended to adjust the off-center in DSPF back surface
mode.

3)

Press [START] key.

1)

Make a copy in DSPF (front surface) mode, and make sure


that the printed image at the leading edge of the copied image
is free from shadows.

(Scan off-center adjustment)


1)

On the DSPF original tray, place such an original as illustrated


below.

2)

Press [START] key.

Papar lead edge


Image area

Since the front side and back side images are copied onto separate sheets, check the off-center of the back side image.
If the off-center is 02.7 mm, no adjustment is required.

original

copy

Shadow image of SPF

If the printed image at the leading edge of the copied image


contains a shadow of the original table, then do the following
steps.
2)

Enter the simulation 53-8 mode.

0
SPF

If the above requirement is not met, do the following steps.


3)

4)

5)

Press [START] key.


Pressing the [OK]t key starts copy operation as well as applying the adjustment value.
Check the off-center of the printed image.

Repeat the above adjustments until an acceptable result is


obtained.

11. Original scan position adjustment

SCANNING POSITION
A 50

A:

Enter the scanned image off-center position adjustment value


with the 10-key.
(The adjustment value should be changed in steps of 0.1mm.)
(When the adjustment is increased, the print image is shifted
to the front side.)

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5308

TEST

ADJUSTMENT
 ADJUST VALUE

50
XX

99

OK

3)

Enter the adjustment value and press the [START] key.

Repeat the above adjustments until an acceptable result is


obtained.

12. Copied image loss/void area


adjustment
This adjustment is required in the following cases:

This adjustment is required in the following cases:

* The MFP control PWB has been replaced.

* The MFP control PWB has been replaced.

* The EEPROM on the MFP control PWB has been replaced.

* The EEPROM on the MFP control PWB has been replaced.

* The scan control PWB has been replaced.

* The scan control PWB has been replaced.

* The EEPROM on the scan control PWB has been replaced.

* The EEPROM on the scan control PWB has been replaced.

* The scanner (reading) section has been disassembled.

* The scanner (reading) section has been disassembled.

* The scanner (reading) unit has been replaced.

* The scanner (reading) unit has been replaced.

* When a U2 trouble occurs.

* When a U2 trouble occurs.

* The PF section has been disassembled.

* The PF section has been disassembled.

* The DSPF unit has been replaced.

* The DSPF unit has been replaced.


This adjustment is intended to adjust the scanner read position in
DSPF mode front face scan.

Papar lead edge

An incorrect adjustment would deviate the scanner stop position


from the required position, thus possibly causing a shadow of the
original table to appear at the leading edge of an image generated
by DSPF (front surface) mode scan.

Papar tail edge

No Image
Void (RV)

10

20

LIL = 1.5 mm
LV = 3.5 mm
TV = 3.5 mm
FV+RV= 7.0 mm

Image loss (LIL)


No Image
Void (LV)

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 6

No Image
Void (FV)

No Image
Void (TV)

1)

Enter the simulation 50-6 mode.

3)

0
TEST

SIMULATION NO.5006

SIDE1: Adjustment value for the position at which to read the


leading edge of the original in DSPF front side mode.
SIDE2: Adjustment value for the position at which to read the
leading edge of the original in DSPF back side mode.

CLOSE

LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT VALUE(SPF)

A:

50

99

50

 SIDE1

50

 SIDE2

20

 LEAD EDGE

20

 FRONT_REAR

(The adjustment value should be changed in steps of 0.1 mm.)


(The timing in which to start reading the image should be
determined based on the timing in which detector SPPD4
detects the leading edge of the original.)

OK

Item
0

TRAY SELECT

Paper feed tray


selection
1 COPY START
Copy START (Default)
2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio
setting
(Lead edge adjustment value)
3 SIDE1
Front surface document
scan start position
adjustment value
4 SIDE2
Back surface document
scan start position
adjustment value
(Image loss set value: SIDE 1)
5 LEAD_EDGE
Front surface lead edge
image loss set value
6 FRONT_REAR
Front surface side edge
image loss set value
7 TRAIL_EDGE
Front surface rear edge
image loss set value
(Image loss set value: SIDE 2)
8 LEAD_EDGE
Back surface lead edge
image loss set value
9 FRONT/REAR
Back surface side edge
image loss set value
10 TRAIL_EDGE
Back surface rear edge
image loss set value

Set
range
16

Repeat steps 2 to 3 until an acceptable result is obtained.


Default

25
200%

0 99

50

0 99

(Trailing edge image loss adjustment)


1)

15

TIL = 1.5 mm
TV = 3.5 mm

Image area

20
0 20

0 99

15

Image loss (TIL)


Void (TV)
No Image
If an acceptable result is not obtained, do the following steps.

20

2)
0 20

Set the adjustment values for leading edge image loss (LEAD
EDGE) for the front and back sides as follows:

Repeat the process of changing the (TRAIL EDGE) adjustment value and then pressing the [START] key until attaining
an acceptable level.
Repeat the above adjustments until an acceptable result is
obtained.

(Front/rear frame direction image loss adjustment)


Set the (FRONT/REAR) adjustment value to 20 by entering "20"
into the (FRONT/REAR) adjustment value field and then pressing
the P key.

(Standard setting)
5 LEAD EDGE: 15
8 LEAD EDGE: 15
* Set the adjustment value for "5 LEAD_EDGE" and
"8 LEAD_EDGE" to 15 by entering "15" into the (LEAD
EDGE) adjustment value field and then pressing the
[START] key.
2)

Select duplex mode from paper selection mode as described


in Simulation 50-6, enter "100" into the (MAGNIFICATION)
field, and then press the [START] key to make a duplex copy at
100% magnification in SPF mode, and make sure that the trailing edge image loss is 1.5 mm for both front and back sides.

Papar trail edge

(Leading edge image loss adjustment)


1)

Repeat the process of changing the (SIDE1 & SIDE2) adjustment values and then pressing the [START] key until attaining
an acceptable level.

In SPF mode, make a duplex copy at 100% magnification, and


make sure that the leading edge image loss is 1.5 mm for both
the front and back sides. (Select duplex mode from the paper
selection mode as described in Simulation 50-6). (Enter "100"
into the (MAGNIFICATION) field, and then press the [START]
key).

Note that changing this adjustment value shifts the image position
in the front/rear frame direction.

13. Paper width sensor for the paper feed


tray adjustment
This adjustment is needed in the following situations:
* The paper feed tray section has been disassembled.
* The paper feed tray unit has been replaced.
* When a U2 trouble occurs.
* The scanner PWB has been replaced.

Papar lead edge

* The EEPROM on the scanner PWB has been replaced.


1)

Enter the simulation 53-6 mode.

TIL = 1.5 mm
TV = 3.5 mm

0
TEST

Image area

SPF

SIMULATION NO.5306

TRAY

ADJUSTMENT

TRAYVOLMAX

Image loss (TIL)

PRESS

CLOSE

TRAY

[EXECUTE]

ADJUSTMENT.
TO

START

Void (TV)
EXECUTE

No Image

If an acceptable result is not obtained, do the following steps.


MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 7

2)

Open the DSPF paper feed guide to the maximum width position.

1)

Enter the simulation mode 50-28 to select [SPF ADJ].

0
CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5028

TEST

AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE

OC ADJ

BK-MAG ADJ

SPF ADJ

SETUP/PRINT ADJ

RESULT

DATA

1/1

2)

3)

Press [EXECUTE] key.


The maximum width detection level is recognized.

4)

Open the DSPF paper feed guide to the width for the A4R size.

5)

Press [EXECUTE] key.


The A4R width detection level is recognized.

<List of adjustment items>


Menu display item
Content
SIDE1
SPF adjustment front surface
SIDE2
SPF adjustment back surface
ALL
SPF adjustment front/back surface

6)

Open the DSPF paper feed guide to the width for the A5R size.

7)

Press [EXECUTE] key.


The A5R width detection level is recognized.

8)

Select an adjustment item (front, back, both).

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5028

TEST

AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE

    SIDE1

 SIDE2

   ALL

Open the DSPF paper feed guide to the minimum width position.

1/1

3)

The display shows the tray select screen for printing the SPF
adjustment pattern. Select a tray for SPF adjustment printing.

0
CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5028

TEST

AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE


 CS1

MFT

 CS2

EXECUTE

9)

Press [EXECUTE] key.


The minimum width detection level is recognized.

4)

* When each of the above operations has been completed, the


"COMPLETE" message appears; when any of the operations
has failed, the "ERROR" message appears.

1/1

Self-print of the SPF adjustment pattern is performed.

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5028

A AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE


NOW EXECUTING

14. Auto void adjustment (Service


installation adjustment)
This adjustment is required in the following cases:

EXECUTE

* The MFP control PWB has been replaced.


* The EEPROM on the MFP control PWB has been replaced.
* The scan control PWB has been replaced.
* The EEPROM on the scan control PWB has been replaced.

5)

After completion of printing, the SPF adjustment start screen is


displayed.

* The scanner (reading) section has been disassembled.


* The scanner (reading) unit has been replaced.

0
TEST

* When a U2 trouble occurs.

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5028

AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE

* The PF section has been disassembled.

PLEASE SET THE PRINTER PATTERN PAPER ON THE SPF

* The DSPF unit has been replaced.

THEN PRESS EXECUTE TO START

This adjustment is used to adjust the DSPF (front/back) document


lead edge, off-center, sub operation magnification ratio.
REPRINT

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 8

EXECUTE

6)

15. Shading adjustment

Load the SPF adjustment pattern on the DSPF.

1)

Fold 2 or 3 sheets of A3 paper (recommendable paper for


color copy) as shown below.

A3

320mm

279mm

2
7)

10

Press [EXECUTE] key, and scanning of the SPF adjustment


pattern selected in step 2) is started.

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5028

2)

AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE

15mm

Open the lower door, place the folded sheets of paper as


shown, and close the lower door.

PLEASE WAIT

NOW EXECUTING

REPRINT

EXECUTE

8)

When [ALL] is selected, load the SPF adjustment pattern on


the DSPF again, and perform the adjustment of the back surface in the similar procedures.

9)

The adjustment result screen is displayed.

The value of this time is displayed, and the value of the last
time is displayed in the parenthesis ( ).

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.5028

AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE


SPFSIDE1

LEAD OFFSET SUB

SPFSIDE2

LEAD OFFSET SUB

3)

Enter the simulation 63-2 mode.

0
TEST
REPRINT

RESCAN

RETRY

DATA

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.63 02

SHADING EXECUTION

OK

PRESS [EXECUTE] TO SHADING START

* When [REPRINT] button is pressed, the display returns to


the cassette select screen to allow self-print of the SPF
adjustment pattern (front, back) again.
EXECUTE

* When [RESCAN] button is pressed, the SPF adjustment


pattern (front, back) is scanned again.
* When [RETRY] button is pressed, the adjustment value is
not saved in EEPROM and RAM and shifted to the top menu
screen.
* When [DATA] button is pressed, the data used in execution
of the adjustment are displayed.
10) When [OK] button is pressed, the adjustment value is saved in
EEPROM and RAM and the display is shifted to the end
screen.

0
TEST

SIMULATION NO.5028

CLOSE

4)

Select, [DSPF SHADING].

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.63 02

SHADING EXECUTION
SELECT

OC SHADING/DSPF SHADING, AND

OCSHADING

AUTO IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENTSERVICE


SIMULATION COMPLETE
PLEASE PUSH CA KEY

1/1

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 9

DSPFSHADING

PRESS

EXECUTE

EXECUTE

5)

When [EXECUTE] button is pressed, it is highlighted and


shading is started.

B. Adjustment procedures
1)

* During execution, "SHADING EXECUTING..." is displayed.

Set the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ or UKOG-0280FCZ1)


face-down in the DSPF paper feed tray.

* When [EXECUTE] button is pressed during execution, the


operation is interrupted.
* When shading is completed normally, [EXECUTE] button
returns to the normal display and "COMPLETED" is displayed.
* When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during other
than printing, the display returns to the sub number entry
screen.
<Descriptions of buttons>
Display
OC
SHADING
DSPF
SHADING

Content
OC analog correction level correction, and shading
correction data making (Document table mode)
DSPF analog correction level correction, and shading
correction data making (SPF mode)

<Result display>
Display
COMPLETE
ERROR
INCOMPLETE

If the SIT chart is not available, execute SIM 63-5 to set the
CCD gamma to the default. In this case, however, the adjustment accuracy is lower when compared with the adjustment
method using the SIT chart.

Content
Normal completion
Abnormal completion
Incomplete, interruption

16. CCD gamma adjustment (CCD


calibration)

NOTE: UKOG-0280FCZZ is equivalent to UKOG-0280FCZ1.


2)

Enter the SIM 63-03 mode.

This adjustment is required in the following cases:

TEST

* When the CCD unit is replaced.

SCANNER COLOR

* When a U2 trouble occurs.

2)

ADJUSUTMENT

#3:165,

#4:148,

#5:117,

#6:110,

#7: 88,

#8: 75,

#9: 55,

#10: 45,

#11: 38,

#12: 29,

A. Note before adjustment

#13: 27,

#14: 21,

#19:

#20:

5,

3)

AUTO

#2:185,

* When the EEPROM on the scanner control PWB is replaced.

Check to insure that there is no dirt or dust on the SPF scanning glass, the mirror, and the lens surface. (If there is, clean it
with alcohol.)

BALANCE

OC   #1:197,

* When the scanner control PWB is replaced.

1)

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.6303

4,

#15: 18,
#22:

2,

#:16:15,
#:24:

#17: 10,

#18:

8,

DSPF

 OC

1/4

When a color button is selected, the adjustment value of the


selected color is displayed.

Check to confirm that the patches in BK1 and BK2 arrays of


the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ or UKOG-0280FCZ1) are
free from dirt and scratches.

* When [B] (Blue), [G] (Green), or [R] (Red) button is selected,


the selected button is highlighted and the adjustment value
of the selected color is displayed.

If they are dirty, clean them.

* Only one color button can be selected, and the selected button is highlighted. In the initial state, [B] is selected.

If they are scratched or streaked, replace with new one.


NOTE:
Since the SIT chart (UKOG-0280FCZZ) is easily discolored by
sunlight (especially ultraviolet rays) and humidity and temperature, put it in a bag such as a clear file) and store in a dark
place of low temperature and low humidity.

* If there is a page over [], an active display is shown and the


page moves up. If there is no page upward, the display
grays out and the operation is invalid.
If there is a page under [], an active display is shown and
the page moves down. If there is no page downward, the
display grays out and the operation is invalid.

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.6303

SCANNER COLOR

BALANCE

AUTO

ADJUSUTMENT

OC   #1:197,

#2:185,

#3:165,

#4:148,

#5:117,

#6:110,

#7: 88,

#8: 75,

#9: 55,

#10: 45,

#11: 38,

#12: 29,

#13: 27,

#14: 21,

#19:

#20:

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 10

5,

4,

#15: 18,
#22:

2,

#:16:15,
#:24:

#17: 10,

#18:

8,

DSPF

 OC

1/4

4)

When [DSPF] button is pressed, it is highlighted, and the color


automatic adjustment execution screen is displayed.

0
TEST
SCANNER

COLOR

BALANCE

CHART

ON

THE

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.6303

SET

AUTO

DSPF

* When the operation is completed normally, "COMPLETE" is displayed. When [RESULT] button is pressed, the display returns to
the initial screen. (The calculation result of normal completion is
displayed.)

ADJUSUTMENT

AND TOUCH

[EXECUTE]

TEST

SIMULATION NO.6303

CLOSE

SCANNER COLOR BALANCE AUTO ADJUSUTMENT


COMPLETE

EXECUTE

5)

1/1

Press [EXECUTE] button and it is highlighted and the color


auto adjustment is executed.

* When [EXECUTE] button is pressed during the automatic


adjustment, the automatic adjustment is interrupted.

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.6303

SCANNER COLOR
NOW CHART

BALANCE

AUTO

ADJUSUTMENT

PATCH READING

EXECUTE

6)

1/1

After normal completion, the result of calculation is displayed


in the initial screen.

* When an error occurs in execution, the following screen is displayed.


When [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated. When
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed, the display returns to the
sub number entry screen.

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.6303

SCANNER COLOR

BALANCE

SCANNER

IS NOT READY

MOTOR

AUTO

ADJUSUTMENT

EXECUTE

1/1

* When an error occurs in the automatic adjustment, all the error


patch numbers are displayed.
When [RESULT] button is pressed, the display returns to the initial screen. (The previous value is displayed)

0
TEST

CLOSE

SIMULATION NO.6303

SCANNER COLOR

BALANCE

AUTO

ADJUSUTMENT

SAMPRING DATA UNFIT


#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15,
#16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #22, #24
PLEASE CHECK THE CHART AND PLATEN GLASS

RESULT

1/1

MX3501N ADJUSTMENTS 7 11

RESULT

1/1

[8] SELF DIAG AND TROUBLE


CODE

MX3501N

1. Trouble code and troubleshooting


E6-10

Service
Manual
U5-16 SPF
fan motor trouble
Trouble content
Section
Case 1 Cause

Back-face shading trouble (black


correction)

Trouble content
Section
Case 1 Cause
Check and
remedy
Case 2 Cause
Check and
remedy
Case 3 Cause
Check and
remedy

CCD black scan level abnormality when the copy


lamp is turned off.
Scanner
Installation error of the CCD unit harness
Check the installing state of the harness to the
CCD unit.
CCD unit abnormality
Check the CCD unit.
SCU PWB abnormality
Check the SCU PWB.

Check and
remedy

U5-30

SPF lift-up trouble

Trouble content
Section
Case 1 Cause
Check and
remedy

U5-31

Shading trouble (white correction)

Trouble content
Section
Case 1 Cause
Check and
remedy
Case 2 Cause
Check and
remedy
Case 3 Cause
Check and
remedy

Case 4

Case 5

Cause
Check and
remedy
Cause
Check and
remedy

E6-14

Section
Case 1 Cause
Check and
remedy

U5-40

Lift-down trouble (STLD does not turn OFF within


the specified time.)
Scanner
STUD/STLD trouble
Check STUD/STLD and its harness and connector.
Check the lift-up unit.

SPF install trouble

Trouble content
Section
Case 1 Cause
Check and
remedy

Detected the installed (individual installed signal)


of RSPF/DSPF both.
Scanner
Circuit trouble of the installed detection signal
Check installed detection circuit and harness,
connector.

Dirt on the mirror, the lens, or the reference white


plate.
Clean the mirror, the lens, or the reference white
plate.

Back-face SCAN-ASIC trouble

Trouble content
Section
Case 1 Cause
Check and
remedy

U5-00

Written register value cannot be read correctly


Scanner
SCU PWB abnormality
Check the SCU PWB.

SPF communication trouble

Trouble content

Section
Case 1 Cause
Check and
remedy
Case 2 Cause

Case 3

CCD white scan level abnormality when the copy


lamp is on.
Scanner
Installation error of the CCD unit harness
Check the installing state of the harness to the
CCD unit.
Copy lamp lighting trouble
Check the installing state of the harness to the
copy lamp unit.
CCD unit abnormality
Optical axis abnormality
Check the CCD unit.
In case of an optical axis abnormality, E6-11 may
be canceled by turning the black screw in front of
the lens half-turn clockwise or counterclockwise.
DSPF PWB abnormality
Check the DSPF PWB.

Lift-up trouble is detected 5 times continuously.


Scanner
STUD/STLD trouble
Check STUD/STLD and its harness and connector.
Check the lift-up unit.

SPF tray lift-down trouble

Trouble content

E6-11

The motor lock signal is detected during rotation of


the fan.
Scanner
Fan motor trouble,harness of the fan motor related,
circuit trouble
Use SIM2-3 to check the operation.
Check harness, connector and fan motor related
circuit.

Check and
remedy
Cause
Check and
remedy

Communication error between the SCU and the


DSPF, communication line test error after turning
on the power or canceling the exclusive simulation
Scanner
Malfunction due to electrical noises
Cancel the trouble by turning OFF/ON.
Connector and harness connection trouble or
disconnection
Check the connector and the harness of the
communication line.
Control (SCU) PWB trouble. DSPF PWB trouble
Replace the control (SCU) PWB. Replace the
DSPF PWB.

MX3501N SELF DIAG AND TROUBLE CODE 8 1

SPPD1

SPWS
SPFC

SCOV
SPED1
SLUM

SPRDMD
STUD
SPED2

STLD

SPLS1

SPLS2

MX3501N ELECTRICAL SECTION 9 1


1
2
3

1
2
3
D_SPLS2
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

SPUM
D_SPLS1
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

175487-3

5V(sensor)
SGND
D_SOCV

PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
1 VAREF
3
2 D_SPWS
2
3 AGND
1
PHNR-03-H

3
2
1

3
2
1

5V (sensor)
SGND
D_SPED1
175487-3

3
2
1

3
2
1

5V(sensor)
SGND
D_STUD
175487-3

PHR-3

5V
D_RANDOM
SGND

PHR-3

5V
D_SPPD1
SGND

2
1
3
8
9
7
4
5
6

CN1
D_SPLS1
SGND
5V(sensor)
D_SPLS2
SGND
5V(sensor)
VAREF
D_SPWS
AGND
B9B-PH-K-S

CN5
1 D_SLUM/B
2 D_SLUM/A
3 D_SLUMB
4 D_SLUMA
5 24V_TR
B5B-PH-K-S

CN7
1 D_SPUM/B
2 D_SPUM/A
3 D_SPUMB
4 D_SPUMA
5 24V_SPUM
6 24V_SPUM
B6B-PH-K-S

SGND
/D_SPFC
24V_TR
5V
D_SPPD1
SGND
5V
D_RANDOM
SGND
5V(sensor)
SGND
D_STUD
5V(sensor)
SGND
D_SPED1
5V(sensor)
SGND
D_SOCV
B18B-PHDSS-B

CN4
18
16
15
13
14
17
11
12
4
9
3
10
7
2
8
5
1
6

CN 609
1 5V
2 SGND
3 D_SPFFAN
4 SGND
5 D_SPPD1
6 D_RANDOM
7 D_SOCV
8 D_SPOD
9 D_SPU M_INA
10 D_SPU M_IN/A
11 D_SPU M_INB
12 D_SPU M_IN/B
13 D_SLUMA
14 D_SULM/A
15 D_SLUMB
16 D_SLUM/B
17 D_SPO M_ENA
18 D_SPOM_ STEP
19 D_SPO M_ MODE
20 D_SPO M_ DIR
21 24V
22 PGND
23 24V
24 PGND
25 24V
26 PGND
B 26B-PHDSS-B
CN610
1 D_SPUM_VREF
2 D_SPFM_VREF
3 D_SPOM_VREF1
4 D_SPOM_VREF2
5 D_SELA
6 D_SELB
7 D_SELC
8 D_SELOUT
9 VAREF
10 D_SPWS
11 AGND
12 D_SPFC
13 D_SRRC
14 D_SRRBC
15 D_SPFM_M1
16 D_SPFM_M2
17 D_SPFM_CLK
18 D_SPFM_DIREC
19 D_STRRC
20 D_STRRBC
21 D_STMPS
22 /D_STRC
23 5V
24 SGND
B 24B-PHDSS-B

CN6
5V
1
SGND
2
D_SPFFAN
3
SGND
4
D_SPPD1
5
D_RANDOM
6
D_SOCV
7
D_SPOD
8
D_SPUM_INA
9
D_SPUM_IN/A
10
D_SPUM_INB
11
D_SPUM_IN/B
12
D_SLUMA
13
D_SULM/A
14
D_SLUMB
15
D_SLUM/B
16
D_SPOM_ENA
17
D_SPOM_ STEP 18
D_SPO M_ MODE 19
D_SPOM_DIR 20
24V
21
PGND
22
24V
23
PGND
24
24V
25
26
PGND
B26B-PHDSS-B
C N3
D_SPUM_VREF 1
D_SPFM_VREF 2
D_SPOM_VREF1 3
D_SPOM_VREF2 4
D_SELA
5
D_SELB
6
D_SELC
7
D_SELOUT
8
VAREF
9
D_SPWS
10
AGND
11
D_SPFC
12
D_SRRC
13
D_SRRBC
14
D_SPFM_M1
15
D_SPFM_M2
16
D_SPFM_CLK 17
D_SPFM_DIREC 18
D_STRRC
19
D_STRRBC
20
D_STMPS
21
/D_STRC
22
5V
23
SGND
24
B 24B-PHDSS-B

DRIVER PWB

3
2
1

DSPF CNT PWB

PHNR-03-H

CN2
4 D_SPED2
1 SGND
3 5V(sensor)
6 D_STLD
2 SGND
5 5V(sensor)
8 D_SPOD
9 SGND
7 5V(sensor)
10 NC(SGND)
B10B-PHDSS-B

[9] ELECTRICAL SECTION

VAREF
D_SPWS
AGND

1
2
3

1
2
3

PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
2 /D_SPFC
1
1 24V_TR
2

175487-3

D_STLD
SGND
5V(sensor)

175487-3

D_SPED2
SGND
5V(sensor)

MX3501N

Service Manual

1. Electrical and mechanism relation diagram

A. Paper feed section

STRRBC

SPUM
24V_TR

/D_STRRBC

PHNR-03-H
1
2

1
2
3
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
3
2
1

STRC
SMR-02V-N
1 24V_TR
2 /D_STRC
SMP-02V-NC

CN7
1 D_SPUM/B
2 D_SPUM/A
3 D_SPUMB
4 D_SPUMA
5 24V_SPUM
6 24V_SPUM
B6B-PH-K-S
CN9
22 NC
21 NC
16 NC
15 NC
18 /D_STRC
14 24V_TR
27 24V_TR
25 PGND
28 FAN_LOCK
26 NC(FAN_PWM)
12 24V_TR
20 /D_SRRC
10 24V_TR
9 /D_SRRBC
24 24V_SPFM
23 24V_SPFM
17 D_SPFMA
11 D_SPFM/B
19 D_SPFMB
13 D_SPFM/A
8 24V_TR
7 /D_STRRC
6 24V_TR
5 /D_STRRBC
4 24V_TR
3 /D_STMP
2 D_STSET
1 SGND
B28B-PHDSS-B

DRIVER PWB

/D_SRRBC
24V_TR

D_SPF M/A
D_SPFM B
D_SPF M/B
D_SPF MA
24V_SPF M
24V_SPF M

/D_STRRC
24V_TR

/D_STRRBC
24V_TR

/D_STMP
24V_TR

28
25

20
12
26

9
10

13
19
11
17
23
24

7
8

5
6

3
4

1
2

/D_SRRC
24V_TR
NC( FAN _PWM)

27
14

1
2
3
4
5
6

SPFM
24V_TR

/D_SRRBC

PHNR-03-H

1
2
3

SMR-0 6V-N
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H

D_SPF M/B
D_SPF M/A
D_SPFM B
D_SPF MA
24V_SPF M
24V_SPF M

SMP-0 6 V-N C
1
2
3
4
5
6

3
2
1

PHNR-03-H

1
2
3

SGND
D_SPPD4
5V
B3B-PH-K-S

SGND
D_SPPD3
5V
B3B-PH-K-S

3
2
1

1
2
3

SGND
D_SPPD5
5V

PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H

1
2
3

SPPD3

C N9

FAN_LOCK
PGND

18
15

SRRC

SGND
D_STSET

24V_TR
24V_TR

CN608
D_SOCD
13
GND
16
5V(sensor)
7
D_ROCD
18
GND
17
5V(sensor)
8
GND
1
D_SPPD2
9
5V
3
GND
2
D_SPPD3
11
5V
4
GND
14
D_SPPD4
10
5V
5
GND
15
D_SPPD5
12
5V
6
B18B-PHDSS-B

1
2
3

SGND
D_SPPD5
5V

B3B-PH-K-S

MX3501N ELECTRICAL SECTION 9 2

SPPD5

SPPD4

/D_STRC
NC

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

16
21
22
B28B-PHDSS-B

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

19 D_SPO M_ MODE
20 D_SPO M_ DIR
21 24V

NC
NC
NC

CN6
5V
SGND
D_SPFFAN
SGND
D_SPPD1
D_RANDOM
D_SOCV
D_SPOD
D_ SPU M_INA
D_ SPU M_IN/A
D_ SPU M_INB
D_ SPU M_IN/B
D_SLUMA
D_SULM/A
D_SLUMB
D_SLUM/B
D_ SPO M_ENA
D_ SPO M_STEP

19
20
21

22 PGND
23 24V
24 P GND
25 24V
26 PGND
B26 B-PHDSS-B

CN 609
5V
SGND
D_SPFFAN
SGND
D_SPPD1
D_RANDOM
D_SOCV
D_SPOD
D_SPU M_INA
D_SPU M_IN/A
D_SPU M_INB
D_SPU M_IN/B
D_SLUMA
D_SULM/A
D_SLUMB
D_SLUM/B
D_SPO M_ENA
D_SPO M_ STEP
D_SPOM_MODE
D_ SPO M_ DIR
24V

22
23
24
25
26

CN 610
1 D_SPUM_VREF
2 D_SPFM_VREF
3 D_SPOM_VREF1
4 D_SPOM_VREF2
5 D_SELA
6 D_SELB
7 D_SELC
8 D_SELOUT
9 VAREF
10 D_SPWS
11 AGND
12 D_SPFC
13 D_SRRC
14 D_SRRBC
15 D_SPFM_M1
16 D_SPFM_M2
17 D_SPFM_CLK
18 D_SPFM_DIREC
19 D_STRRC
20 D_STRRBC
21 D_STMPS
22 /D_STRC
23 5V
24 SGND
B 24 B-PHDSS-B

PGND
24V
PGND
24V
P GND
B 26 B-PHDSS-B

C N3
1
D_SPUM_VREF
D_SPFM_VREF
2
3
D_SPOM_VREF1
4
D_SPOM_VREF2
D_SELA
5
D_SELB
6
D_SELC
7
D_SELOUT
8
VAREF
9
D_SPWS
10
AGND
11
D_SPFC
12
D_SRRC
13
D_SRRBC
14
D_SPFM_M1
15
D_SPFM_M2
16
D_SPFM_CLK
17
D_SPFM_DIREC
18
D_STRRC
19
D_STRRBC
20
D_STMPS
21
/D_STRC
22
5V
23
SGND
24
B 24B-PHDSS-B

SRRBC

DSPF CNT PWB

SGND
D_SPPD2
5V
1
2
3

B3B-PH-K-S

C N3
D_SPUM_VREF 1
D_SPFM_VREF 2
D_SPOM_VREF1 3
D_SPOM_VREF2 4
D_SELA
5
D_SELB
6
D_SELC
7
D_SELOUT
8
VAREF
9
D_SPWS
10
AGND
11
D_SPFC
12
D_SRRC
13
D_SRRBC
14
D_SPFM_M1
15
D_SPFM_M2
16
D_SPFM_CLK 17
D_SPFM_DIREC 18
D_STRRC
19
D_STRRBC
20
D_STMPS
21
/D_STRC
22
5V
23
SGND
24
B 24B-PHDSS-B

DSPF CNT PWB


CN 609
1 5V
2 SGND
3 D_SPFFAN
4 SGND
5 D_SPPD1
6 D_RANDOM
7 D_SOCV
8 D_SPOD
9 D_SPU M_INA
10 D_SPU M_IN/A
11 D_SPU M_INB
12 D_SPU M_IN/B
13 D_SLUMA
14 D_SULM/A
15 D_SLUMB
16 D_SLUM/B
17 D_SPO M_ENA
18 D_SPOM_ STEP
19 D_SPO M_ MODE
20 D_SPO M_ DIR
21 24V
22 PGND
23 24V
24 PGND
25 24V
26 PGND
B 26B-PHDSS-B

CN610
1 D_SPUM_VREF
2 D_SPFM_VREF
3 D_SPOM_VREF1
4 D_SPOM_VREF2
5 D_SELA
6 D_SELB
7 D_SELC
8 D_SELOUT
9 VAREF
10 D_SPWS
11 AGND
12 D_SPFC
13 D_SRRC
14 D_SRRBC
15 D_SPFM_M1
16 D_SPFM_M2
17 D_SPFM_CLK
18 D_SPFM_DIREC
19 D_STRRC
20 D_STRRBC
21 D_STMPS
22 /D_STRC
23 5V
24 SGND
B 24B-PHDSS-B

CN608
13
D_SOCD
16
GND
5V(sensor)
7
18
D_ROCD
GND
17
8
5V(sensor)
1
GND
D_SPPD2
9
3
5V
GND
2
D_SPPD3
11
5V
4
14
GND
D_SPPD4
10
5V
5
15
GND
D_SPPD5
12
6
5V
B18B-PHDSS-B

CN6
5V
1
SGND
2
D_SPFFAN
3
SGND
4
D_SPPD1
5
D_RANDOM
6
D_SOCV
7
D_SPOD
8
D_SPUM_INA
9
D_SPUM_IN/A
10
D_SPUM_INB
11
D_SPUM_IN/B
12
D_SLUMA
13
D_SULM/A
14
D_SLUMB
15
D_SLUM/B
16
D_SPOM_ENA
17
D_SPOM_ STEP 18
D_SPO M_ MODE 19
D_SPOM_DIR 20
24V
21
PGND
22
24V
23
PGND
24
24V
25
PGND
26
B26B-PHDSS-B

B. Upper transport section

SPPD2

C. Lower transport section

DRIVER PWB

D. Optical section

DSPF COPY LUMP

2
1

DSPFCNT
PWB
CN130
24V
24V
LAMP
PGND
PGND
5597-05CPB7F

PGND
PGND

CL-INV-R
1
2
3
4
5

5
4
3
2
1

24V
24V
LAMP
PGND
PGND

E. Peper exit section


DSPFCNT PWB
CN6

CN8

SPOM

5V

SGND

SGND

D_SPFFAN

D_SPFFAN

SGND

SGND

D_SPPD1

D_SPPD1

D_RANDOM

D_RANDOM

D_SOCV

D_SOCV

D_SPOD

D_SPOD

D_SPU M_INA

D_SPU M_INA

D_SPU M_IN/A

10

10

D_SPU M_IN/A

D_SPU M_INB

11

11

D_SPU M_INB

D_SPU M_IN/B

12

12

D_SPU M_IN/B

D_SLUMA

13

13

D_SLUMA

D_SULM/A

14

14

D_SULM/A

D_SLUMB

15

15

D_SLUMB

D_SLUM/B

16

16

D_SLUM/B

D_SPO M_ENA

17

17

D_SPO M_ENA

D_SPO M_ STEP

18

18

D_SPO M_STEP

D_SPO M_ MODE

19

19

D_SPO M_ MODE

D_SPOM/B

D_SPO M_ DIR

20

20

D_SPO M_DIR

D_SPOM/A

24V

21

21

24V

D_SPOMB

PGND

22

22

PGND

D_SPOMA

24V

23

23

24V

PGND

24

24

PGND

24V

25

25

24V

PGND

26

26

PGND

B4B-PH-K-S

DRIVER
PWB
CN2

SPOD

CN 609

5V

B 26 B-PHDSS-B

B26 B-PHDSS-B

CN3

CN610

D_SPUM_VREF

D_SPUM_VREF

D_SPFM_VREF

D_SPFM_VREF

D_SPOM_VREF1

D_SPOM_VREF1

D_SPED2

D_SPOM_VREF2

D_SPOM_VREF2

SGND

D_SELA

D_SELA

5V(sensor)

D_SELB

D_SELB

D_STLD

D_SELC

D_SELC

SGND

D_SELOUT

D_SELOUT

5V(sensor)

VAREF

VAREF

D_SPOD

D_SPOD

D_SPWS

10

10

D_SPWS

SGND

SGND

AGND

11

11

AGND

5V(sensor)

5V(sensor)

D_SPFC

12

12

D_SPFC

10

NC(SGND)

D_SRRC

13

13

D_SRRC

D_SRRBC

14

14

D_SRRBC

D_SPFM_M1

15

15

D_SPFM_M1

D_SPFM_M2

16

16

D_SPFM_M2

D_SPFM_CLK

17

17

D_SPFM_CLK

D_SPFM_DIREC

18

18

D_SPFM_DIREC

D_STRRC

19

19

D_STRRC

D_STRRBC

20

20

D_STRRBC

D_STMPS

21

21

D_STMPS

/D_STRC

22

22

/D_STRC

5V

23

23

5V

SGND

24

24

SGND

175487-3

B10B-PHDSS-B

B24 B-PHDSS-B

MX3501N ELECTRICAL SECTION 9 3

B 24 B-PHDSS-B

2. Block diagram
DSPF UNIT
OPTION
SRRC

SRRBC

STRC

STRRBC

STRRC

STUD

SPFFAN

SPOM

SPFM

SPUM

SPFC

SLUM

SPOD

SPPD5

SPPD4

SPPD3

SPPD2

SPPD1

STLD

STMPS

SPRANDOM

DSPF DRIVER
PWB
SOCD

SPLS1

SPED1

SPLS2

SPED2

SCOV

CL

CCD
PWB

ROCD
DSPFcntPWB

DSPF MEMORY PWB

SCNC PWB

MX3501N ELECTRICAL SECTION 9 4

CL INVERTER
PWB

B6P-VH

MX3501N ELECTRICAL SECTION 9 5

14
13
12
11
10
TO_SCANCPU_INT/ 9
GND
8
nRES_EXT/
7
SCANUP
6
/FWP_SCN
5
/STANDBY
4
/LVDS_STBY
3
GND
2
POF_DSPF
1
B14B-PH-K-S

14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

1
2
3
4
5
6

nDSR_SCAN
nDTS_SCAN
nTXD_SCAN
nRXD_SCAN
GND

DSPF interface harness

DSPF interface harness

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

1
2
3
4
5
6

GND
16
SCANDATA3+ 15
SCANDATA314
GND
13
SCANCLKOUT+ 12
SCANCLKOUT- 11
GND
10
SCANDATA2+
9
SCANDATA28
GND
7
SCANDATA1+
6
SCANDATA15
GND
4
SCANDATA0+
3
SCANDATA02
GND
1
B16B-PH-K-S

DSPF Mem PWB

24V
12V
PGND
5V
3.3V
GND

SCN cnt PWB

MAIN UNIT

GND
nRES_EXT/
SCANUP
/FWP_SCN
/STANDBY
/LVDS_STBY
GND
POF_DSPF
B14B-PH-K-S

TO_SCANCPU_INT/

CN613
nDSR_SCAN
nDTS_SCAN
nTXD_SCAN
nRXD_SCAN
GND

CN 614
GND
SCANDATA3+
SCANDATA3GND
SCANCLKOUT+
SCANCLKOUTGND
SCANDATA2+
SCANDATA2GND
SCANDATA1+
SCANDATA1GND
SCANDATA0+
SCANDATA0GND
B16B-PH-K-S

CN 605
24V
12V
PGND
5V
3.3V
GND
B6P-VH

DSPF CNTPWB

39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1
40
38
36
34
32
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2

29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2

CN612
GND
1
CCD_CLK1
3
GND
5
CCD_CP
7
GND
9
CCD_SH
11
GND
13
AD_BLKCLP
15
AD_CLPIN
17
A3.3V
19
GND
21
AD_WRSO
23
AD_SCLK
25
AD_SEN
27
GND
29
GND
2
CCD_CLK2
4
GND
6
CCD_RS
8
GND
10
AD_MCLK
12
GND
14
/RES_CCDAD 16
GND
18
A12V
20
GND
22
A5V
24
GND
26
AD_RDSI
28
FG
30
501190-3017

DSPF CCD harness

CN611
DGND
1
AD_B8
3
AD_B6
5
AD_B4
7
AD_B2
9
AD_B0
11
DGND
13
AD_G8
15
AD_G6
17
AD_G4
19
AD_G2
21
AD_G0
23
DGND
25
AD_R8
27
AD_R6
29
AD_R4
31
AD_R2
33
AD_R0
35
DGND
37
FG
39
DGND
2
AD_B9
4
AD_B7
6
AD_B5
8
AD_B3
10
AD_B1
12
DGND
14
AD_G9
16
AD_G7
18
AD_G5
20
AD_G3
22
AD_G1
24
DGND
26
AD_R9
28
AD_R7
30
AD_R5
32
AD_R3
34
AD_R1
36
DGND
38
DGND
40
501190-4017
CN3
GND
CCD_CLK1
GND
CCD_CP
GND
CCD_SH
GND
AD_BLKCLP
AD_CLPIN
A3.3V
GND
AD_WRSO
AD_SCLK
AD_SEN
GND
GND
CCD_CLK2
GND
CCD_RS
GND
AD_MCLK
GND
/RES_CCDAD
GND
A12V
GND
A5V
GND
AD_RDSI
FG
501190-3017

CN1
DGND
AD_B8
AD_B6
AD_B4
AD_B2
AD_B0
DGND
AD_G8
AD_G6
AD_G4
AD_G2
AD_G0
DGND
AD_R8
AD_R6
AD_R4
AD_R2
AD_R0
DGND
FG
DGND
AD_B9
AD_B7
AD_B5
AD_B3
AD_B1
DGND
AD_G9
AD_G7
AD_G5
AD_G3
AD_G1
DGND
AD_R9
AD_R7
AD_R5
AD_R3
AD_R1
DGND
DGND
501190-4017
DSPF CNT PWB

3. Actual wiring chart

A. DSPF_CNT_PWB section 1/2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

1
2
3
4
D_SELA
5
D_SELB
6
D_SELC
7
D_SELOUT
8
VAREF
9
D_SPWS
10
AGND
11
D_SPFC
12
D_SRRC
13
D_SRRBC
14
D_SPFM_M1
15
D_SPFM_M2
16
D_SPFM_CLK 17
D_SPFM_DIREC 18
D_STRRC
19
D_STRRBC
20
D_STMPS
21
/D_STRC
22
5V
23
SGND
24
B24B-PHDSS-B

D_SPUM_VREF
D_SPFM_VREF
D_SPOM_VREF1
D_SPOM_VREF2

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

DSPFDRIVER inteface

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
D_SPOM_STEP 18
D_SPOM_MODE 19
D_SPOM_DIR 20
24V
21
PGND
22
24V
23
PGND
24
24V
25
PGND
26
B26B-PHDSS-BCN3

5V
SGND
D_SPFFAN
SGND
D_SPPD1
D_RANDOM
D_SOCV
D_SPOD
D_SPUM_INA
D_SPUM_IN/A
D_SPUM_INB
D_SPUM_IN/B
D_SLUMA
D_SULM/A
D_SLUMB
D_SLUM/B
D_SPOM_ENA

CN6

DRIVER PWB

MX3501N ELECTRICAL SECTION 9 6


D_STRRC
D_STRRBC
D_STMPS
/D_STRC
5V
SGND
B24B-PHDSS-B

D_SPFM_DIREC

D_SELA
D_SELB
D_SELC
D_SELOUT
VAREF
D_SPWS
AGND
D_SPFC
D_SRRC
D_SRRBC
D_SPFM_M1
D_SPFM_M2
D_SPFM_CLK

D_SPUM_VREF
D_SPFM_VREF
D_SPOM_VREF1
D_SPOM_VREF2

CN610

24V
PGND
24V
PGND
24V
PGND
B26B-PHDSS-B

D_SPOM_MODE
D_SPOM_DIR

D_SPOM_STEP

CN609
5V
SGND
D_SPFFAN
SGND
D_SPPD1
D_RANDOM
D_SOCV
D_SPOD
D_SPU M_INA
D_SPU M_IN/A
D_SPU M_INB
D_SPU M_IN/B
D_SLUMA
D_SULM/A
D_SLUMB
D_SLUM/B
D_SPOM_ENA

DSPF CNT PWB

CN2
3.3V
1
GND
2
CPU_RXD
3
CPU_TXD
4
NC
5
NC
6
NC
7
B07B-PASK

CN130
24V
1
24V
2
LAMP
3
PGND
4
PGND
5
5597-05CPB7F

CN608
D_SOCD
13
GND
16
5V(sensor)
7
D_ROCD
18
GND
17
5V(sensor)
8
GND
1
D_SPPD2
9
5V
3
GND
2
D_SPPD3
11
5V
4
GND
14
D_SPPD4
10
5V
5
GND
15
D_SPPD5
12
5V
6
B18B-PHDSS-B

DSPFLAMP FFC

B26B-PHDSS-B

SGND
D_SPPD3
5V
B3B-PH-K-S

1
2
3

2
1

5
4
3
2
1

1
2
3

1
2
3

SGND
D_SPPD2
5V
B3B-PH-K-S

D_ROCD
SGND
292161-2

1
2
3

1
2

D_SOCD
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

PGND
PGND

24V
24V
LAMP
PGND
PGND

CL

SGND
D_SPPD5
5V
B3B-PH-K-S

SGND
D_SPPD4
5V
B3B-PH-K-S
DSPF PPD5 inteface harness
PHNR-03-H
1 SGND
3
2 D_SPPD5
2
3 5V
1
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H

DSPFcnt sensor harness

1
2
3

CL-INV-R

SPPD5
Paper pass 5

SPPD4
Paper pass 4

SPPD3
Paper pass 3

SPPD2
Paper pass 2

ROCD
Lower cover
open/close
detection

SOCD
Book detection

B. DSPF_CNT_PWB section 2/2

1
2
3

D_SPOD
STLD
SGND
Tray lower
limit detection 5V(sensor)
175487-3

MX3501N ELECTRICAL SECTION 9 7

SPUM
Paper feed
motor

SPOM
Paper exit
motor

SULM
Lift UP motor

1
2
3

D_SPED2
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

D_STLD
STLD
SGND
Tray lower
limit detection 5V(sensor)
175487-3

SPED2
Document
detection

1
2
3

SPLS2
Length
detection
long

SPWS
Width detection
VR

1
2
3

D_SPLS2
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

SPLS1
Length
detection
short

VAREF
D_SPWS
AGND

1
2
3

D_SPLS1
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

DSPF paper exit sensor harness

SPFSWVR harness
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
1 VAREF
3
2 D_SPWS
2
3 AGND
1
PHNR-03-H

DSPF tray harness

CN2
D_SPED2
SGND
5V(sensor)
D_STLD
SGND
5V(sensor)
D_SPOD
SGND
5V(sensor)
NC(SGND)
B10B-PHDSS-B

CN5
D_SLUM/B
D_SLUM/A
D_SLUMB
D_SLUMA
24V_TR
B5B-PH-K-S

CN8
D_SPOM/B
D_SPOM/A
D_SPOMB
D_SPOMA
B4B-PH-K-S

CN7
D_SPUM/B
D_SPUM/A
D_SPUMB
D_SPUMA
24V_SPUM
24V_SPUM
B6B-PH-K-S

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4
5
6

CN1
D_SPLS1
SGND
5V(sensor)
D_SPLS2
SGND
5V(sensor)
VAREF
D_SPWS
AGND
B9B-PH-K-S

4
1
3
6
2
5
8
9
7
10

2
1
3
8
9
7
4
5
6

DRIVER PWB

CN9
SGND
1
D_STSET
2
/D_STMP
3
24V_TR
4
/D_STRRBC
5
24V_TR
6
/D_STRRC
7
24V_TR
8
D_SPFM/A
13
D_SPFMB
19
D_SPFM/B
11
D_SPFMA
17
24V_SPFM
23
24V_SPFM
24
/D_SRRBC
9
24V_TR
10
/D_SRRC
20
24V_TR
12
NC(FAN_PWM) 26
FAN_LOCK
28
PGND
25
24V_TR
27
24V_TR
14
/D_STRC
18
NC
15
NC
16
NC
21
NC
22
B28B-PHDSS-B

CN4
D_SOCV
6
SGND
1
5V(sensor)
5
D_SPED1
8
SGND
2
5V(sensor)
7
D_STUD
10
SGND
3
5V(sensor)
9
SGND
4
D_RANDOM
12
5V
11
SGND
17
D_SPPD1
14
5V
13
24V_TR
15
/D_SPFC
16
SGND
18
B18B-PHDSS-B

PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
2 24V_TR
1
1 /D_SPFC
2
PHNR-03-H

/D_STRRC
1
24V_TR
2
PHNR-02-H
SMP-06V-NC
1 D_SPFM/B
1
2 D_SPFM/A
2
3 D_SPFMB
3
4 D_SPFMA
4
5 24V_SPFM
5
6 24V_SPFM
6
SMR-06V-N
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
3 /D_SRRBC
1
2
2
1 24V_TR
3
PHNR-03-H
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
2 /D_SRRC
1
1 24V_TR
2
PHNR-02-H
PHNR-04-H+BU04P-TR-P-H
1 NC(FAN_PWM) 4
2 FAN_LOCK
3
3 PGND
2
4 24V_TR
1
PHNR-04-H
SMP-02V-NC
2 /D_STRC
2
1 24V_TR
1
SMR-0 2V-N

2
1

PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H

DSPF ground harness F-GND


179228-4+175694-4(LF)
1 SGND
4
2 D_STSET
3
3 /D_STMP
2
4 24V_TR
1
179228-4
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
3 /D_STRRBC
1
2
2
1 24V_TR
3
PHNR-03-H
DSPF clutch interface harness

DSPF paper harness

F-GND

SPPD1
Paper pass 1

SPRDMD
Random
detection

STUD
Tray upper limit

SPED1
Paper empty
upper

SCOV
Cover open

STRC

FAN

SRRC
Resist

SRRBC
Resist brake

SPFM
Transport motor

STRRC
No.1 resist roller

STRRBC
No.1 resist roller brake

STMPS
Finish stamp

SPFC
Paper feed clutch

SGND
D_SPPD1
5V
PHR-3

SGND
D_RANDOM
5V
PHR-3

1
2
3

1
2
3

D_STUD
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

D_SPED1
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

D_SOCV
SGND
5V(sensor)
175487-3

1
2
3

1
2
3

1
2
3

C. DRIVER_PWB

Memo

Memo

LEAD-FREE SOLDER
The PWBs of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF marks indicated on the PWBs and the Service Manual mean Lead-Free solder.
The alphabet following the LF mark shows the kind of lead-free solder.

Example:
<Solder composition code of lead-free solder>

Lead-Free

5mm

Solder composition
code (Refer to the
table at the right.)

Solder composition

Solder composition code

Sn-Ag-Cu

Sn-Ag-Bi
Sn-Ag-Bi-Cu

Sn-Zn-Bi

Sn-In-Ag-Bi

Sn-Cu-Ni

Sn-Ag-Sb

Bi-Sn-Ag-P
Bi-Sn-Ag

(1) NOTE FOR THE USE OF LEAD-FREE SOLDER THREAD


When repairing a lead-free solder PWB, use lead-free solder thread.
Never use conventional lead solder thread, which may cause a breakdown or an accident.
Since the melting point of lead-free solder thread is about 40C higher than that of conventional lead solder thread, the use of the
exclusive-use soldering iron is recommendable.

(2) NOTE FOR SOLDERING WORK

Since the melting point of lead-freeCOPYRIGHT


solder is about 220C, which
is about
40C higher
than that of conventional lead solder, and its soldering
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CORPORATION
capacity is inferior to conventional one, it is apt to keep the soldering iron in contact with the PWB for longer time. This may cause land
separation or may exceed the heat-resistive temperature
components.
Use enough care to separate the soldering iron from the PWB when
ALLofRIGHTS
RESERVED.
completion of soldering is confirmed.
Since lead-free solder includes a greater quantity of tin, the iron tip may corrode easily. Turn ON/OFF the soldering iron power frequently.
If different-kind solder remains on the soldering iron tip, it is melted together with lead-free solder. To avoid this, clean the soldering iron
tip after completion of soldering work. No part of this publication may be reproduced,
in a retrieval
orfile
transmitted
If the soldering iron tip is discolored black stored
during soldering
work,system,
clean and
the tip within
steel wool or a fine filer.

any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,


photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without
prior written permission of the publisher.

CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT


(Danish)
ADVARSEL !
Lithiumbatteri Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig hndtering.
Udskiftning m kun ske med batteri
af samme fabrikat og type.
Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
(English)
Caution !
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturers instructions.
(Finnish)
VAROITUS
Paristo voi rjht, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hvit kytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
(French)
ATTENTION
Il y a danger dexplosion s il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du
mme type ou dun type quivalent recommand par
le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usages conformment aux
instructions du fabricant.
(Swedish)

VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Anvnd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera anvnt batteri enligt fabrikantens
instruktion.

(German)
Achtung
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien.
Als Ersatzbatterien drfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder
vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden.
Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom
Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen.

CAUTION FOR BATTERY DISPOSAL


(For USA, CANADA)
BATTERY DISPOSAL
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM PRIMARY
(MANGANESS DIOXIDE) MEMORY BACK-UP BATTERY
THAT MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. REMOVE THE
BATTERY FROM THE PRODUCT AND CONTACT YOUR
LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES FOR INFORMATION
ON RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL OPTIONS.
TRAITEMENT DES PILES USAGES
CE PRODUIT CONTIENT UNE PILE DE SAUVEGARDE DE
MMOIRE LITHIUM PRIMAIRE (DIOXYDE DE MANGANSE)
QUI DOIT TRE TRAITE CORRECTEMENT. ENLEVEZ LA
PILE DU PRODUIT ET PRENEZ CONTACT AVEC VOTRE
AGENCE ENVIRONNEMENTALE LOCALE POUR DES
INFORMATIONS SUR LES MTHODES DE RECYCLAGE ET
DE TRAITEMENT.

COPYRIGHT 2006 BY SHARP CORPORATION


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