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  • Brand:   Brother
  • Models included:
    • Brother HL-4200CN

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  • Type:   Factory Service Manual (FSM)
  • Language:   English
  • Number of pages:   396
  • File size:  ∼ 11.17 MB
  • File Format:   PDF only
  • SME Watermarks:   None
  • Password lock:   No
  • Edit/copy/modify:   Yes
  • SKU:   BMBR-1060

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CHAPTER I SPECIFICATIONS
1. PRODUCT NAME
2. OPTIONAL PRODUCTS
3. DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT (MAIN UNIT)
4. BASIC CONFIGURATION
4.1 Engine
4.2 Feeder Unit
4.3 Tray Feeder Unit
5. FUNCTIONAL CONFIGURATION
6. ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
6.1 Power Source
6.2 Power Consumption
7. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
7.1 Dimensions / Mass of Printer
7.2 Dimensions / Mass of Universal Paper Tray (standard paper supply - 500sheets)
7.3 Dimensions / Mass of Consumables
7.4 Installation Space (min. installation space)
8. FUNCTIONS
8.1 Recording System
8.2 Exposure System
8.3 Development System
8.4 Fixing System
8.5 Resolution
8.6 Operation Mode
8.7 Process Speed
8.8 Print Mode
8.9 Paper Mode
8.10 Warm-up Time
8.11 FPOT (First Print Output Time)
8.12 Continuous Printing Speed
8.13 Printing Area
8.14 Input Properties
8.15 Output Properties
8.16 Paper
9. CONSUMABLES
9.1 Items of Consumables
9.2 Consumable Life
9.3 Parts Requiring Periodical Replacement
10. OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
10.1 Installation Temperature / Humidity
10.2 Installation Altitude
10.3 Installation Horizontality
10.4 Ambient Lighting
11. SAFETY / ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS
11.1 Safety Standard
11.2 Laser Safety Standard
11.3 EMI
11.4 Noise
12. PRINT IMAGE QUALITY
12.1 Image Quality Guarantee Conditions
CHAPTER II INSTALLATION
1. TRANSPORTING THE PRINTER
2. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.1 Checking the Packaged Items
2.2 Removing the Tapes from the Printer
2.3 Removing the Paper Tray Protective Materials
2.4 Mounting the Print Head Cartridge
2.5 Preparing the Toner Cartridges
2.6 Loading Paper
2.7 Connecting the Power Code
2.8 Adjusting Color Registrations
CHAPTER III STRUCTURE OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS
1. PRINTING PROCESS
1.1 Summary of Printing Process
1.2 Schematic Diagram for Printing Processes
1.3 Description of Printing Process Techniques
2. FLOW OF PRINT DATA
2.1 Data Flow
3. DRIVE TRANSMISSION ROUTE
3.1 Drive ASSY main
3.2 Drive ASSY DEVE
3.3 Holder Toner Cartridge ASSY (Y, M, C, K)
3.4 Fuser Drive ASSY
3.5 Motor ASSY DUP
3.6 Gear Layout
4. PAPER TRANSFER
4.1 Paper Transfer Route (without option)
4.2 Layout of Paper Transfer Route
5. FUNCTIONS OF MAJOR FUNCTIONAL COMPONENTS
5.1 Paper Cassette
5.2 Paper Feeder
5.3 Housing ASSY Retard
5.4 Front ASSY In
5.5 Chute ASSY Out
5.6 Chute ASSY Exit
5.7 Transfer Roll Cartridge ASSY & Fuser
5.8 Xerographics
5.9 Toner Cartridge ASSY
5.10 Frame & Drive
5.11 Electrical
6. MODES
6.1 Print Mode
6.2 Operation Modes
7. CONTROL
7.1 Control of Paper Size
7.2 Selective Control on Paper Pick-up Unit
7.3 Scanner Light Quantity Control
7.4 Process Control
7.5 Color Registration Control
7.6 Transfer Roll Cartridge Unit ASSY Control
7.7 Toner Control
7.8 Fuser Control
CHAPTER IV ASSEMBLY / DISASSEMBLY
1. REPLACING PROCEDURE OF PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS
1.1 Replacing the Fuser ASSY
1.2 Replacing the Transfer ASSY
1.3 Replacing the Roll ASSY
1.4 Description of Procedures
2. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
2.1 Precautions
2.2 Cover of the Printer
2.3 Front of the Printer
2.4 Top of the Printer
2.5 Right / Left / PCBs of the Printer
2.6 Paper Feed of the Printer
CHAPTER V TROUBLESHOOTING
1. PROGRESSING WITH THE TROUBLESHOOTING
1.1 Flow of Troubleshooting
2. LEVEL 1 FIP
2.1 Level 1 FIP
2.2 Flow of Level 1 FIP
3. LEVEL 2 TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1 Level 2 FIP
3.2 Fail Code List
3.3 Error Code FIP
4. HOW TO USE DIAG. (C/E) MODE
4.1 Roles of the Control Panel in Diag. (C/E) Mode
4.2 Entering Diag. (C/E) Mode
4.3 Exiting Diag. (C/E) Mode
4.4 Diag. (C/E) Mode Functions
4.5 Operation Procedure
4.6 Diag. Mode Menu Tree
4.7 ESS Diagnosis
4.8 IOT Diagnosis
4.9 Installation Setting
4.10 Test Print
4.11 Parameter Setting
4.12 Information Print
5. DIAGNOSIS FOR STANDALONE PRINTER
5.1 General
5.2 Printing Method
5.3 Test Print Pattern
CURRENT VALUE
6.1 Procedure of Changing the Transfer Current Value Setup
6.2 User Mode Menu Tree
7. NVM LIST
8. HEX/DEC CONVERSION TABLE
9. IMAGE QUALITY TROUBLE ENTRY CHART
10. IMAGE QUALITY SPECIFICATIONS
10.1 Parallelism
10.2 Diagonal
10.3 Skew
10.4 Straightness
10.5 Magnification Error
10.6 Registration
10.7 Guaranteed Printing Area
11. TEST PRINT
11.1 Test print
12. IMAGE QUALITY FIP
12.1 Notes on Image Quality Trouble Check
12.2 Basic Rule of Image Quality Adjustment
12.3 Troubleshooting Table by Trouble Phenomena
CHAPTER VI DIAGRAMS
1.PREFACE
1.1 How to Use the BSD
1.2 Explanations of Symbols
1.3 Signal Name/Other description
1.4 DC Voltage
1.5 Input/Output Test
2.1 Standby Power
2.2 Mode Selection
2.3 Machine Run Control
2.4 Start Print Power
2.5 OPTICS (Scanner)
2.6 Paper Supplying
2.7 Paper Transportation
2.8 XEROGRAPHICS
2.9 Fusing and Transportation
CHAPTER VII PLUG/JACK (P/J) CONNECTOR LOCATIONS
1. LIST OF P/J
2. P/J LAYOUT DIAGRAM
APPENDIX 1
1.1 When PCB is replaced
1.2 Controller Firmware upgrade
CHAPTER IV ASSEMBLY / DISASSEMBLY
1. REPLACING PROCEDURE OF PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS
1.1 Replacing the Fuser ASSY
1.2 Replacing the Transfer ASSY
1.3 Replacing the Roll ASSY
1.4 Description of Procedures
2. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
2.1 Precautions
2.2 Cover of the Printer
2.2.1 Cover ASSY front head
2.2.2 Console panel HL-4200
2.2.3 Fan fuser
2.2.4 Cover MSI
2.2.5 Tray ASSY base
2.2.6 STRAP
2.2.7 Cover ASSY front
2.2.8 Cover ASSY front IN
2.2.9 Cover top main
2.2.10 Cover side L
2.2.11 Paper outlet cover
2.2.12 Cover side R
2.2.13 Cover rear
2.2.14 Link: L
2.2.15 Link: R
2.3 Front of the Printer
2.3.1 Chute ASSY out
2.3.2 Actuator full
2.3.3 Sensor photo: full stack
2.3.4 Actuator DUP
2.3.5 Sensor photo: DUP
2.3.6 Actuator MSI
2.3.7 Sensor photo: MSI
2.3.8 Bracket ASSY eliminator
2.3.9 Roll DUP
2.3.10 Latch out
2.3.11 Roll ASSY feed
2.3.12 Solenoid feed MSI
2.3.13 Shaft ASSY roll feed
2.3.14 Plate ASSY bottom MSI
2.3.15 Chute ASSY exit
2.3.16 Roll exit
2.3.17 Roll MID
2.3.18 Motor ASSY DUP
2.3.19 Chute ASSY IN
2.3.20 Holder ASSY CTD
2.3.21 Sensor TNR full
2.3.22 Latch R
2.3.23 Latch L
2.3.24 Fuser drive ASSY
2.3.25 Chute ASSY REGI
2.3.26 Actuator REGI
2.3.27 Sensor photo: REGI
2.3.28 OHP sensor ASSY
2.3.29 Housing ASSY retard
2.3.30 Clutch turn
2.3.31 Roll turn
2.3.32 Roll ASSY retard
2.3.33 Stud retard
2.3.34 PWBA ASSY earth
2.4 Top of the Printer
2.4.1 Holder toner cartridge ASSY unit
2.4.2 Holder toner cartridge ASSY
2.4.3 Actuator toner cartridge ASSY
2.4.4 Bracket sensor 2 and actuator sensor 2
2.4.5 Sensor no toner
2.4.6 Box ASSY CRUM reader
2.4.7 PWBA EEPROM STD
2.4.8 S-HVPS
2.4.9 Fan rear
2.4.10 Scanner ASSY
2.5 Right / Left / PCBs of the Printer
2.5.1 Controller Board
2.5.2 HSG ASSY BIAS
2.5.3 Lever drum: L
2.5.4 Drive ASSY main
2.5.5 PWBA HBN DRV
2.5.6 Drive ASSY DEVE
2.5.7 Actuator I/R
2.5.8 Lever drum: R
2.5.9 LVPS
2.5.10 Box ASSY MCU/ESS
2.5.11 Housing ASSY contact
2.5.12 PKG service MCU HL-4200
2.6 Paper Feed of the Printer
2.6.1 Chute ASSY turn
2.6.2 Cover cassette slide
2.6.3 Link actuator
2.6.4 Feeder ASSY unit
2.6.5 Pickup ASSY
2.6.6 Roll ASSY feed
2.6.7 Actuator no paper
2.6.8 Sensor photo: No paper
2.6.9 Sensor photo: Low paper
2.6.10 Solenoid feed
2.6.11 Clutch ASSY turn
2.6.12 Roll ASSY turn
2.6.13 Roll ASSY
2.6.14 Housing ASSY feeder L
2.6.15 Sensor HUM temp
2.6.16 Housing ASSY feeder R
2.6.17 Harness ASSY OPFREC
2.6.18 Switch ASSY size
2.6.19 Indicator
2.6.20 Guide indicator
2.6.21 Lever low paper
2.6.22 Roll ASSY
2.6.23 Cassette ASSY front
2.6.24 Holder retard
2.6.25 Actuator exit
CHAPTER V TROUBLESHOOTING
1. PROGRESSING WITH THE TROUBLESHOOTING
1.1 Flow of Troubleshooting
2. LEVEL 1 FIP
2.1 Level 1 FIP
2.2 Flow of Level 1 FIP
3. LEVEL 2 TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1 Level 2 FIP
3.2 Fail Code List
3.3 Error Code FIP
4. HOW TO USE DIAG. (C/E) MODE
4.1 Roles of the Control Panel in Diag. (C/E) Mode
4.2 Entering Diag. (C/E) Mode
4.3 Exiting Diag. (C/E) Mode
4.4 Diag. (C/E) Mode Functions
4.5 Operation Procedure
4.6 Diag. Mode Menu Tree
4.7 ESS Diagnosis
4.8 IOT Diagnosis
4.8.1 Digital input test
4.8.2 Digital output test
4.8.3 NVM read/write
4.8.4 NVM information print
4.8.5 NVM information save
4.8.6 NVM information load
4.9 Installation Setting
4.10 Test Print
4.11 Parameter Setting
4.11.1 Parameter setting/display
4.11.2 Parameter list print
4.12 Information Print
5. DIAGNOSIS FOR STANDALONE PRINTER
5.1 General
5.2 Printing Method
5.3 Test Print Pattern
CURRENT VALUE
6.1 Procedure of Changing the Transfer Current Value Setup
6.2 User Mode Menu Tree
7. NVM LIST
8. HEX/DEC CONVERSION TABLE
9. IMAGE QUALITY TROUBLE ENTRY CHART
10. IMAGE QUALITY SPECIFICATIONS
10.1 Parallelism
10.2 Diagonal
10.3 Skew
10.4 Straightness
10.5 Magnification Error
10.6 Registration
10.7 Guaranteed Printing Area
11. TEST PRINT
11.1 Test print
12. IMAGE QUALITY FIP
12.1 Notes on Image Quality Trouble Check
12.2 Basic Rule of Image Quality Adjustment
12.3 Troubleshooting Table by Trouble Phenomena


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