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    • Xerox DocuColor 2240

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Color 1632/2240
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Printer/Copier
DocuColor
2240/1632
Manual
1DC1632/2240
IntroductionPrelaunch Training/Review
Introduction
About this Manual
Organization
How to Use this Documentation
Symbology and Nomenclature
Translated Warnings
iiiDC1632/2240
IntroductionPrelaunch Training/Review
About this Manual This Service Manual is part of the multinat ional documentation system for DocuColor 1632/
2240 copier/printers. The Service Documentati on is used in order to diagnose machine mal-
functions, adjust components and has information which is used to maintain the product in
superior operating condition. It is the controlling publication for a service call. Information on its
use is found in the Introduction of the Service Documentation.
This manual contains information that applies to NASG and ESG copiers.
Service Manual Revision The Service Manual will be updated as the mach ine changes or as problem areas are identi-
Organization This Service Manual is divided into seven sections. The titles of the sections and a description
of the information contained in each section are contained in the following paragraphs:
Section 1 Service Call Procedures This section contains procedures that determine what actions are to be taken during a service
call on the machine and in what sequence they are to be completed. This is the entry level for
all service calls.
Section 2 Status Indicator RAPs This section contains the diagnostic aids for troubleshooting the Fault Code and non-Fault
Code related faults (with the exception of copy quality problems).
Section 3 Image Quality This section contains the diagnostic aids for troubleshooting any copy quality problems, as well
as copy quality specifications and copy defect samples.
Section 4 Repairs/Adjustments This section contains all the Adjustments and Repair procedures.
Repairs
Repairs include procedures for removal and repl acement of parts which have the following
special conditions:
When there is a personnel or machine safety issue.
When removal or replacement cannot be determined from the exploded view of the
Parts List.
When there is a cleaning or a lubricating activity associated with the procedure.
When the part requires an adjustment after replacement.
When a special tool is required for removal or replacement.
Use the repair procedures for the correct order of removal and replacement, for warnings, cau-
tions, and notes.
Adjustments
Adjustments include procedures for adjusting the parts that must be within specification for the
correct operation of the system.
Use the adjustment procedures for the correct se quence of operation for specifications, warn-
ings, cautions and notes.
Section 5: Parts Lists This section contains the Printer/Copier Parts List. Section 6: General Procedures/Information This section contains General Procedures, Diagnostic Programs, and Copier Information. Section 7: Wiring Data This section contains drawings, lists of plug/jack locations, and diagrams of the power distribu-
tion wire networks in the machine. Individual wire networks are shown in the Circuit Diagrams
contained in Section 2. This section also contains the Block Schematic Diagrams.
How to Use this Documentation The Service Call Procedures in Section 1 describ e the sequence of activities used during the
service call. The call must be entered using these procedures.
Use of the Circuit Diagrams Circuit Diagrams (CDs) are included in Sections 2 (Status Indicator RAPs) and 3 (Image Qual-
ity RAPs) of the Service Manual. All wirenets, with the exception of power distribution wirenets,
are shown on the CDs. Power distribution wirenets are shown in Section 7 (Wiring Data) of the
Service Manual. The power distribution wirenets on the CDs will end at the terminal board for
the power being distributed. Find the wirenet for that power and locate the terminal board on
the wirenet. Use the wirenet to troubleshoot any power distribution wiring not shown on the
Use of the Block Schematic Diagrams Block Schematic Diagrams (BSDs) are included in Section 7 (Wiring Data) of the Service Man-
ual. The BSDs show the functional relationship of the electrical circuitry to any mechanical, or
non-mechanical, inputs or outputs throughout the machine. Inputs and outputs such as motor
drive, mechanical linkages, operator actions, and air flow are shown. The BSDs will provide an
overall view of how the entire subsystem works.
It should be noted that the BSDs no longer contain an Input Power Block referring to Chain 1. It
will be necessary to refer to the Wirenets in order to trace a wire back to its source.
Symbology and Nomenclature The following reference symbols are used throughout the documentation.
1-1DC1632/2240
Service Call ProceduresPrelaunch Training/Review
1 Service Call Procedures
Service Call Procedures
Initial Actions
Call Flow
Detailed Maintenance Activities (HFSI)
Cleaning Procedures
Final Actions
2-1DC1632/2240
Status Indicator RAPsPrelaunch Training/Review
2 Status Indicator RAPs
Chain 1 1-300 RAP
1-301 RAP
1-302 RAP
1-303 RAP
1-306 RAP
Chain 3 3-317 IIT Software Failure
3-318 IIT Software Failure
3-319 IIT Video Driver Failure
3-320 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 1
3-321 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 2
3-322 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 3
3-323 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 4
3-324 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 5
3-325 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 6
3-326 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 7
3-327 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 8
3-328 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 9
3-329 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 10
3-330 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 11
3-331 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 12
3-332 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 13
3-333 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 14
3-334 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 15
3-335 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 16
3-336 IIT-ESS Communication Failure 17
3-340 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 1
3-341 IOT-ESS Communication Fail 2
3-342 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 3
3-343 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 4
3-345 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 5
3-346 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 6
3-347 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 7
3-348 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 8
3-349 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 9
3-350 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 10
3-351 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 11
3-352 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 12
3-353 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 13
3-354 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 14
3-355 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 15
3-356 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 16
3-357 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 17
3-358 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 1
3-359 IOT-ESS Communication Failure 19
3-360 IOT-ESS Initialization Failure
3-364 DMA Transfer Failure
3-370 Marker Code Detect Failure
3-747 Print Instruction Failure
3-750 Insufficient Number of Document Pages
3-761 Tray Select Error
3-941 Insufficient Page Memory
3-942 Document Size Error
3-946 Tray 1 Not In Position
3-947 Tray 2 Not In Position
3-948 Tray 3 Not In Position
3-949 Tray 4 Not In Position
3-950 Tray 1 No Paper
3-951 Tray 2 No Paper
3-952 Tray 3 No Paper
3-953 Tray 4 No Paper
3-954 Tray 5 Empty
3-958 Tray 5 Paper Size Mismatch
3-959 Tray 1 Paper Size Mismatch
3-960 Tray 2 Paper Size Mismatch
3-961 Tray 3 Paper Size Mismatch
3-962 Tray 4 Paper Size Mismatch
3-965 No Paper
3-971 Magnification
3-972 Over Number of Document Pages Stored
3-980 Stapler Position Error
3-985 Tray 5 Pause Check
3-986 Print Completion Error
Chain 4 4-340 IOT RAM
4-341 IOT Logic
4-342 Flash ROM Motion
4-343 IOT Flash ROM Read Write
4-344 IOT Micro Pitch
4-345 MCU HVPS Communication
4-346 IBT Home Sensor
4-347 IBT Belt Edge
4-348 IBT Belt Edge
4-349 Marking Software Logic
4-358 ESS IOT Communication
4-361 Drum Motor
4-362 IOT NVM Read Write
4-371 IOT Controller Timing Failure
4-363 K Drum Motor
4-414 IBT Belt Cleaner
4-415 2nd BTR Unit
4-417 1st BTR Unit
2-2 DC1632/2240
Prelaunch Training/ReviewStatus Indicator RAPs
4-420 1st BTR Unit
4-421 IBT Belt Cleaner Life End
4-605 IOT NVM Corrupt
4-640 Belt Tracking
4-641 Belt Edge
4-642 Belt Edge
4-650 IOT Cycle Down Time Out
4-908 2nd BTR Unit Life End
Chain 5 5-110 Registration Sensor On
5-111 Registration Sensor Off
5-112 Registration Sensor Inversion
5-113 Registration Sensor Inversion
5-115 Exit Sensor On
5-116 Exit Sensor Off
5-195 Document Size Mismatch
5-274 Original Size Sensor
5-275 DADF Ram Failure
5-301 Top Cover Interlock Open
5-900 Document Sensor Timing
5-901 Power On Document Present
5-902 Power On Registration Sensor
5-903 Power On Exit Sensor
5-904 Power On Duplex Sensor
5-940 Document Removed During Start
5-941 Document Miscount
Chain 6 6-277 IISS DADF Communication
6-312 IIT Memory Hot Line
6-340 IISS RAM TEST ERROR
6-345 IISS EEPROM
6-355 IPS Fan
6-360 Carriage Position
6-361 Scan Registration Sensor
6-371 Exposure Lamp
6-372 ROS Polygon Motor
6-380 ROS SOS Y Length
6-381 ROS SOS Length Fail M
6-382 ROS SOS C Length
6-383 ROS SOS K Length
6-385 ROS ASIC
6-389 Carriage Over Run Right
6-390 Carriage Over Run Left
6-391 Scan Initialize Motor Driver
Chain 7 7-104 Tray 1 Feed Out Sensor
7-105 Tray 1 Misfeed
7-110 Tray 2 Misfeed
7-115 Tray 3 Misfeed
7-119 Tray 4 Misfeed
7-122 Tray 4 Opened
7-250 Tray Communication
7-252 Out Module Logic
7-270 Tray 1 Paper Size Sensor
7-271 Tray 2 Paper Size Sensor
7-274 Tray 5 Paper Size Sensor
7-276 Tray 3 Paper Size Sensor
7-277 Tray 4 Paper Size Sensor
7-281 Tray 1 Lift
7-282 Tray 2 Lift
7-291 Tray 3 Lift
7-293 Tray 4 Lift
7-397 All Trays Lift Sensors
7-930 Tray 1 Paper Size Mismatch
7-931 Tray 2 Paper Size Mismatch
7-932 Tray 3 Paper Size Mismatch
7-933 Tray 4 Paper Size Mismatch
7-935 Job Continue Not Available
7-954 SMH Size Mismatch (Slow Scan Direction)
7-959 Tray 5 Paper Mismatch 1
7-960 Tray 5 Paper Mismatch 2
7-969 Full Paper Stack
Chain 8 8-151 Tray 3 Take Away Sensor On
8-152 Tray 4 Take Away Sensor On
8-164 POB Sensor
8-175 Registration Sensor On Jam Tray 5
8-176 Registration Sensor On Jam Tray 1-4
8-180 Registration Sensor On Duplex
8-181 Registration Sensor On Wait Sensor
8-184 Registration Sensor Off
8-620 Regicon Temp Sensor
8-622 Regicon Data Overflow (A1 Patch X)
8-623 Regicon Data Overflow (A2 Patch Y)
8-624 Regicon Data Overflow (Patch Magnification)
8-625 Regicon Sample Block (A1 Patch-rear)
8-626 Regicon Sample Block (A1 Patch-front)
8-627 Regicon Sample Lateral (A1 Patch-rear)
8-628 Regicon Sample Lateral (A1 Patch-front)
8-629 Regicon Skew (Patch Y)
8-630 Regicon Skew (Patch M)
8-631 Regicon Skew (Patch K)
8-900 Static Jam
Chain 9 9-342 2nd BTR Contact
9-343 2nd BTR Retract
9-348 1st BTR Contact
9-349 1st BTR Retract
9-350 IBT Home Sensor
2-3DC1632/2240
Status Indicator RAPsPrelaunch Training/Review
9-351 Drive Logic
9-358 Full Toner Sensor
9-360 Yellow Drum Cartridge Communication
9-361 Magenta Drum Cartridge Communication
9-362 Cyan Drum Cartridge Communication
9-363 Black Drum Cartridge Communication
9-380 ATC Sensor (Y)
9-381 ATC Sensor (M)
9-382 ATC Sensor (C)
9-383 ATC Sensor (K)
9-390 New Toner Cartridge (K)
9-391 New Toner Cartridge (C)
9-392 New Toner Cartridge (M)
9-393 New Toner Cartridge (Y)
9-408 Waste Toner Cartridge Near Full
9-410 Toner Cartridge (Y) Near Empty
9-411 Toner Cartridge (M) Near Empty
9-412 Toner Cartridge (C) Near Empty
9-413 Toner Cartridge (K) Near Empty
9-428 Change Drum Cartridge (K) Soon
9-429 Change Drum Cartridge (Y) Soon
9-430 Change Drum Cartridge (M) Soon
9-431 Change Drum Cartridge (C) Soon
9-654 ADC Sensor
9-660 Environment Sensor Temperature
9-661 Environment Sensor Humidity
9-670 New Toner Cartridge (K) Detected
9-671 New Toner Cartridge (C) Detected
9-672 New Toner Cartridge (M) Detected
9-673 New Toner Cartridge (Y) Detected
9-684 ADC Shutter
9-910 Drum (Y) Type Mismatch
9-911 Drum (M) Type Mismatch
9-912 Drum (C) Type Mismatch
9-913 Drum (K) Type Mismatch
9-920 Toner Cartridge (Y) Empty
9-921 Toner Cartridge (M) Empty
9-922 Toner Cartridge (C) Empty
9-923 Toner Cartridge (K) Empty
9-924 Waste Toner Cartridge Full
9-925 Waste Toner Cartridge Not Set
9-926 Drum Cartridge (K) End Of Life
9-927 Change Drum Cartridge (C) End Of Life
9-928 Drum Cartridge (M) End Of Life
9-929 Drum Cartridge (Y) End Of Life
9-930 Black Drum Cartridge Not Detected
9-931 Cyan Drum Cartridge Not Detected
9-932 Magenta Drum Cartridge Not Detected
9-933 Yellow Drum Cartridge Not Detected
Chain 10 10-105 Face Up Exit Sensor On
10-106 Face Up Exit Sensor Off
10-110 Fuser Exit Switch On (Face Down/duplex)
10-111 Fuser Exit Switch Off (Face Down)
10-125 Duplex Wait Sensor On
10-348 Main Heater Over Heat
10-349 Front Thermistor Open
10-350 Sub Heater Over Heat
10-351 Rear Thermistor Open
10-352 Main Heater Warm Up
10-353 Main Heater On Time
10-354 Sub Heater Warm Up
10-356 Sub Heater On Time
10-398 Fan Lock
10-420 Fuser Near End Of Life
10-421 Fuser End Of Life
Chain 12 12-100 H Transport Entrance Sensor On
12-102 H Transport Entrance Sensor Off
12-104 H Transport Exit Sensor On
12-106 H Transport Exit Sensor Off
12-120 Compiler Entrance Sensor On
12-122 Compiler Entrance Sensor Off
12-170 Set Eject
12-241 Staple Move Sensor On
12-242 Staple Move Sensor Off
12-244 Staple Home Sensor
12-252 Front Tamper
12-253 Rear Tamper
12-254 Stacker Tray
12-255 Stacker Tray Upper Limit
12-256 Staple Front Corner Sensor On
12-257 Staple Front Corner Sensor Off
12-260 Eject Clamp Home Sensor On
12-262 Eject Clamp Home Sensor Off
12-267 Decurler
12-281 Set Clamp
12-301 Top Cover Interlock
12-302 Front Door Interlock Open
12-303 H Transport Interlock Open
12-305 Docking Interlock Open
12-350 Finisher Communication
12-399 Staple Mode Logic
12-901 Power On H Transport Entrance Sensor
12-902 Power On H Transport Exit Sensor
12-903 Power On Compiler Entrance Sensor
12-904 Power On Compiler Paper Sensor
12-910 Staple Feed Ready
12-911 Stacker Lower Safety Warning
12-914 Stacker Tray Staple Set
12-916 Stapling
12-960 Stacker Tray Full Stack
2-4 DC1632/2240
Prelaunch Training/ReviewStatus Indicator RAPs
12-961 Mix Full Stack
12-965 Staple Near Empty
12-966 Scratch Sheet Compile
12-969 IOT Top Tray Full
Chain 15 15-362 X Hard Failure
15-367 X PIO Failure
15-370 X PIO Initialization Failure 1
15-371 X PIO Initialization Failure 2
15-372 X PIO Initialization Failure 3
15-375 X PIO Before Scan Failure
15-376 X PIO Non-match Failure 1
15-377 X PIO Non-match Failure 2
15-380 CCD AGC
15-381 CCD AGC
15-382 CCD AGC
15-383 CCD AGC
15-384 CCD AGC
15-385 CCD AGC
15-790 X Detail Failure
Chain 16 16-311 Scanner
16-315 IIT Interface
16-316 Page Memory
16-317 Page Memory
16-318 Optional Page Memory
16-450 SMB Host Name
16-452 IP Address Duplicated
16-453 IP Address Acquisition
16-454 Dynamic DNS Update
16-460 Full Status Detected
16-590 Read Error (Partition A)
16-591 Read Error (Partition B)
16-592 Read Error (Partition C)
16-593 Read Error (Partition D)
16-594 Read Error (Partition E)
16-595 Read Error (Partition H)
16-701 PLW Memory
16-702 PLW Memory
16-703 Email To Invalid Box
16-704 Security Box
16-705 Security Storage without HD
16-706 Maximum User Number
16-709 PLW Command
16-716 Spool TIFF Data
16-721 Other Errors
16-726 Decomposer Auto Judgement
16-728 TIFF Data
16-729 TIFF Data
16-730 ART Command
16-731 TIFF Data
16-735 Job Template
16-737 Server Read
16-739 Job Template Path
16-740 Job Template Login
16-741 Job Template Connection
16-742 HD File
16-743 Job Template Installation
16-744 Job Template Address
16-745 Job Template Definition
16-748 HD Full
16-749 XJCL Syntax
16-757 Auditron User
16-758 Auditron Function
16-759 Auditron Limit
16-760 Decomposer
16-761 FIFO
16-762 Decomposer
16-763 Patch
16-764 Server Transmission
16-765 Server Storage
16-766 Server Storage
16-767 Mailbox
16-768 Mail From Command
16-769 DSN Unsupported
16-770 Template Processing
16-771 Scan Data Repository
16-772 Scan Data Repository
16-773 IP Address
16-774 HD Compression
16-775 HD Capacity
16-776 Image Conversion
16-777 HD Access
16-778 HD Capacity
16-779 Scan Image Conversion
16-780 HD Access
16-781 Scan Server
16-782 Scan Server Login
16-783 Server Path
16-784 Server Write
16-785 Server HD Full
16-786 HD Scan Write
16-787 Job Template Syntax
16-788 Mailbox to PC
16-793 MF I/O HD Full
16-950 Tray 1 Empty
16-951 Tray 2 Empty
16-952 Tray 3 Empty
16-953 Tray 4 Empty
16-954 Tray 5 Empty
16-958 Tray 5 Size
16-959 Tray 1 Size
2-5DC1632/2240
Status Indicator RAPsPrelaunch Training/Review
16-960 Tray 2 Size
16-961 Tray 3 Size
16-962 Tray 4 Size
16-965 ATS/APS No Paper
16-966 ATS/APS No Destination
16-981 Full HD
16-982 Full HD
Chain 102 102-200 Receive Buffer Overflow
102-201 Send Buffer Overflow
102-202 Request Queue Full
102-203 Send Request Queue Full Debug
102-204 SIO Parameter
102-205 SIO Command
102-206 SIO Status
102-207 Communication Manager Target
102-208 Communication Manager Command
102-209 EVM Returns Wrong Value
102-310 Send Queue Full
102-311 Receive Queue Full
102-312 EVM Uses Wrong API
102-313 AS Uses Wrong API
102-314 Wait Event Time Out
102-315 CTS Internal
102-316 Send Request Queue Full SIO
102-317 Receive Message Queue Full
102-318 Receive Finish Queue Full
102-319 Send with No ACK
102-320 Polling
102-321 Send Message
102-322 Target
102-323 Address
102-324 Size
102-325 Object Creation
102-326 Memory Overflow
102-327 Button Overflow
102-328 UI Internal with Out of Area
102-329 UI Internal with Invalid Coordinates
102-330 Interface with Invalid Parameter LCD
102-331 UI Internal with Invalid LED Request
102-332 Interface with Invalid Parameter CP
102-333 Interface with Impossible Communication
102-334 Interface with Receiving Error Key Code
102-335 Interface with Receiving Invalid Coordinates
102-336 Interface DM - ACD Drv. I/F
102-337 Frame Data Error with Invalid Data Type
102-338 Frame Data Error Offset Address Out of Scope
102-339 Display Request Code Invalid
102-340 Interface GUAM - DM I/F
102-341 Event Queue Full
102-342 Event Queue Empty
102-343 Invalid Class
102-344 Invalid Type
102-345 Timer Queue Full
102-346 Invalid Timer Number
102-347 Undefined Trap
102-348 Command Access Exception
102-349 Invalid Command
102-350 Privilege Command
102-351 No FPU Exception
102-352 Address Misalign
102-353 Data Access Exception
102-354 Tag Overflow
102-355 No Co Processor Exception
102-356 Short of Area
102-357 Cancel Wait Status
102-358 Time Out
102-359 Queue Overflow
102-360 Context
102-361 Object
102-362 No Object
102-363 Invalid ID
102-364 Parameter
102-365 Reserve Attribute
102-366 Reserve Function Code
102-367 Unsupported Function
102-368 Short of UI Memory
102-369 Invalid Interface Value
102-370 Interface Length
102-371 Interface Parameter
102-372 Interface Sequence
102-373 Channel
102-374 Invalid User Job ID
102-375 Internal Resource
102-376 Internal Memory
102-377 UI Timer
102-378 Interface Format
102-379 Dispatch
102-380 Copy Interface
102-382 Scanner Interface
102-383 Report Interface
102-384 Server Access
102-385 Service Object Overflow
102-386 Invalid Service Object
102-387 Invalid Service Object Attribute
102-388 Attribute
102-389 Argument
102-390 Job Parameter
102-391 Job Actual Parameter
102-392 Auditron
102-393 EP
102-394 File Access
102-395 NVM
2-6 DC1632/2240
Prelaunch Training/ReviewStatus Indicator RAPs
102-396 FF
102-397 MGR
102-398 Delay Release Queue Full
102-399 Internal
Chain 103 103-203 Machine Code Failure
103-204 Serial Number Failure
103-207 All Machine Codes Mismatch
103-208 All Serial Numbers Mismatch
103-320 EEPROM Failure
103-321 Backup SRAM Failure
103-330 ESS ROM DIMM #3 Check Failure
103-331 ESS ROM DIMM #1 Not Found
103-332 ESS Standard ROM Error
103-333 ASIC Failure (Panther-t)
103-334 Standard Post Script Font ROM Error
103-335 Post Script Font ROM Not Found
103-336 ESS RAM DIMM #3 W/r Check Failure
103-337 ESS Standard RAM Error
103-338 Same Post Script Font ROMíS Found
103-339 ROM DIMM Of Another Product Found
103-372 IOT Sc Soft Failure
103-701 Changed Output Bin: Side To Center
103-702 Changed Output Bin: Finisher To Center
Chain 116 116-200 Main PWBA IC
116-201 HD
116-206 Timer
116-207 Ethernet Board
116-209 ESS PS-1 ROM Check
116-310 ESS PS-2 ROM Check
116-311 ESS Font ROM DIMM #3 Check
116-314 Ethernet Address
116-315 ESS RAM DIMM #1 W/R Check
116-316 ESS RAM DIMM #2 W/R Check
116-317 Standard ROM DIMM Check
116-318 Option ROM DIMM Check
116-319 Serial
116-320 STREAMZ Soft
116-321 System Soft
116-323 ESS NVRAM W/R Check
116-324 Exception Error
116-325 Communication Error
116-326 ESS ROM DIMM #1 Flash
116-327 ESS ROM DIMM #2 Flash
116-328 L2 Cache
116-329 Serial I/F Soft
116-330 HD File System
116-332 Invalid Log Info
116-333 LocalTalk Soft
116-335 MFIO HD
116-336 Redirector HD
116-337 Template HD Write Error
116-340 Short of Memory
116-341 ROM DIMMs Mismatch
116-342 JT Monitor
116-344 MF IO
116-345 Token Ring Board
116-346 Formatter
116-348 Redirecter
116-349 SIF on Calling Pflite Function
116-350 AppleTalk Soft
116-351 EtherTalk Soft
116-352 NetWare Soft
116-353 lpd Soft
116-355 SNMP Agent Soft
116-356 EWS Soft
116-357 PS Soft
116-358 Salutation Soft
116-359 PLW Soft
116-360 SMB Soft
116-361 Spool Fatal HD
116-365 Spool Fatal
116-366 Report Generator Soft
116-367 Parallel I/F Soft
116-368 Dump Print
116-370 XJCL
116-372 P-Formatter
116-373 Dynamic DNS Soft
116-374 Auto Switch
116-375 I-Formatter
116-376 Port 9100 Software
116-377 Video DMA
116-378 MCR Soft
116-379 MCC Soft
116-380 MF UI Cont Soft
116-381 Data Link Layer Error between Cont and UI
116-382 Panel Application Layer Command Error on UI
116-388 No HD that Should Be
116-389 No Add-On RAM that Should Be
116-390 Standard ROM and NVM Version Mismatch
116-395 USB Soft
116-396 Mail IO Soft
116-398 IPP Soft
116-399 JME Soft
116-701 Execute forced separation of two sides
116-702 Perform printing by using a substitution font
116-703 PS Interpret error
116-710 HP-GL spool file overflows
116-711 PLW form synthesis error
116-712 Insufficient PLW form capacity
2-7DC1632/2240
Status Indicator RAPsPrelaunch Training/Review
116-714 A HP-GL command error was detected
116-715 PLW form registry error
116-718 PLW form synthesis error
116-737 Insufficient ART user defined area
116-738 Form synthesis error
116-739 Insufficient form/logo capacity
116-740 Value Calculation Error
116-741 Form registry error
116-742 Logo registry error
116-743 Form/logo size overflow
116-745 Art Command Error
116-746 Form synthesis error
116-747 White page detected
116-748 White page detected
116-780 Attached document failure of email to XXX
116-790 Printed without the stapler
Other Faults OF 1-1 +3.5 VDC
OF 1-2 +5 VDC
OF 1-4 AC Power
OF 2-1 Dark / Blank Display
OF 99-1 Reflective Sensor
OF 99-2 Transmissive Sensor
OF 99-3 Switch
OF 99-4 Solenoid / Clutch Open
OF 99-5 Solenoid / Clutch Shorted
OF 99-6 Motor Open
OF 99-7 Motor On
OF 99-8 Nip / Release Solenoid Open
3-1DC1632/2240
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3 Image Quality
IQ1 IOT Image Quality Entry RAP
IQ2 IIT Image Quality Entry RAP
IQ3 Low Image Density RAP
IQ4 Wrinkled Image RAP
IQ5 Residual Image (Ghosting) RAP
IQ6 IOT Background RAP
IQ7 Deletions RAP
IQ8 Color-to-Color Misregistration RAP
IQ9 Skew/Misregistration RAP
IQ12 Process Direction Bands, Streaks, and Smears RAP
IQ13 Unfused Copy RAP
IQ14 Repeating Bands, Streaks, Spots, and Smears RAP
IQ15 Mottle RAP
IQ16 Spots RAP
IQ20 1st BTR Checkout RAP
IQ21 Developer Bias RAP
IQ22 2nd BTR Checkout RAP
IQ23 BCR Checkout RAP
Image Quality Specifications
4-2 DC1632/2240
Prelaunch Training/ReviewRepairs and Adjustments
REP 9.20 Right Lift Assembly
REP 9.21 Left Lift Assembly
REP 9.22 Transfer Belt
REP 9.23 1st BTR Roll
REP 9.24 2nd BTR Roll
REP 9.26 ATC Sensor
REP 9.27 Retract Shaft
Fuser REP 10.1 Fuser
REP 10.2 Fuser Fan
REP 10.3 Main/Sub Heater Rod
Finisher REP 12.1 H Transport Assembly
REP 12.2 H Transport Belt
REP 12.3 Entrance Sensor
REP 12.4 Finisher
REP 12.5 Stack Height Sensor Assembly
REP 12.6 Eject Roll Assembly
REP 12.7 Decurler Roll
REP 12.8 Finisher Drive Motor
REP 12.9 Belt
REP 12.10 Rail
REP 12.11 Stapler Assembly
REP 12.12 Compiler Tray Assembly
REP 12.13 Stacker Motor Assembly
REP 12.14 Front Elevator Bracket
REP 12.15 Paddle Gear Shaft
REP 12.16 Finisher PWB
REP 12.17 Entrance Upper Cover
REP 12.18 Cam Bracket Assembly
REP 12.19 Finisher Rack Assembly
REP 12.20 Lowering Stacker Tray
Covers REP 14.1 Top Cover
REP 14.2 Rear Cover
REP 14.3 Right Cover
REP 14.4 Rear Left Middle Cover
REP 14.5 Rear Left Upper Cover
REP 14.6 Left Lower Cover Assembly
REP 14.7 Cover Assembly
REP 14.8 Fuser Cover
REP 14.9 Rear Cover
REP 14.10 Inner Cover
REP 14.11 Left Cover Assembly
REP 14.12 Lower Cover
ADJUSTMENTS
ADJ 5.1 DADF Side Registration
ADJ 5.2 DADF Counterbalance
ADJ 5.3 DADF Parallelism
ADJ 5.4 Document Transport Height
ADJ 5.5 DADF Top Registration
ADJ 5.6 DADF Document Detection
ADJ 5.7 DADF Non-standard Document Custom Registration
Scanner ADJ 6.1 Full/Half Rate Carriage
ADJ 9.2 ATC Sensor Setup (dC921)
ADJ 9.3 TRC Control/Toner Density Setup (dC922)
ADJ 9.4 ADC Output Check (dC934)
ADJ 9.5 TRC Adjust (dC924)
ADJ 9.6 Color Registration (dC685)
ADJ 9.7 IIT Calibration (dC945)
ADJ 9.8 Hard Disk Diagnostics/Setup (dC355)
ADJ 9.9 IOT Registration Series (dC129)
ADJ 9.10 IIT Lead Edge Registration
ADJ 9.11 IIT Side Edge Registration
ADJ 9.12 IIT Vertical/Horizontal Magnification
ADJ 9.13 UI Display Calibration
ADJ 9.14 Inboard/Outboard Density
Finisher ADJ 12.1 Finisher Alignment
5-1 DC1632/2240
Parts List Prelaunch Training/Review
5 Parts List
Overview Introduction
Subsystem Information
Symbology
Parts Lists
Drives
PL 1.1 Drive Unit
PL 1.2 Main Drive Motor Assembly
PL 1.3 IBT Steering Motor and MOB Sensor
Paper TransportationPL 2.1 Tray 1: 1 of 2
PL 2.2 Tray 1: 2 of 2
PL 2.3 Tray 1 Feeder and Left Lower Cover Assembly
PL 2.4 Tray 1 Feeder: 1 of 2
PL 2.5 Tray 1 Feeder: 2 of 2
PL 2.6 Registration Transport
PL 2.7 Left Cover Unit
PL 2.8 Left Cover Assembly: 1 of 2
PL 2.9 Left Cover Assembly: 2 of 2
PL 2.10 Exit Transport Assembly
PL 2.11 Exit Transport Assembly (OCT)
PL 2.12 Tray 5: 1 of 2
PL 2.13 Tray 5: 2 of 2
PL 2.14 Tray 5 Feed Assembly
PL 2.15 Tray Assembly
ROS PL 3.1 ROS Assembly
PL 4.2 Xerographic Module: 2 of 2
Transfer PL 5.1 Lift Unit
PL 5.2 IBT Unit
PL 5.3 IBT Belt Assembly
PL 5.4 IBT Frame Assembly: 1 of 2
PL 5.5 IBT Frame Assembly: 2 of 2
PL 5.6 IBT Elevator
Development PL 6.1 Developer Unit: 1 of 2
PL 6.2 Developer Unit: 2 of 2
Fuser PL 7.1 Fuser Assembly: 1 of 2
PL 7.2 Fuser Assembly: 2 of 2
Air System PL 8.1 Air System
PL 9.2 Electrical Components: 2 of 3
PL 9.3 Electrical Components: 3 of 3
Covers PL 10.1 Front Cover
PL 10.2 Top Covers and Inner Covers
PL 10.3 Rear Cover
Inverter PL 11.1 Inverter Transport: 1 of 2
PL 11.2 Inverter Transport: 2 of 2
Duplex Transport PL 12.1 Duplex Transport Assembly: 1 of 2
PL 12.2 Duplex Transport Assembly: 2 of 2
ESS PL 13.1 ESS
PL 16.2 Tray 2
PL 16.3 Tray 3
PL 16.4 Tray 4
PL 16.5 Paper Feeder: 1 of 2
PL 16.6 Paper Feeder: 2 of 2
PL 16.7 Tray 2 Feeder: 1 of 2
PL 16.8 Tray 2 Feeder: 2 of 2
PL 16.9 Tray 3 Feeder: 1 of 2
PL 16.10 Tray 3 Feeder: 2 of 2
PL 16.11 Tray 4 Feeder: 1 of 2
PL 16.12 Tray 4 Feeder: 2 of 2
PL 16.13 Left Cover Assembly
PL 16.14 Tray 3/4 Lift Gear Assembly
PL 16.15 Electrical Components and Casters
PL 16.16 Covers
Finisher PL 17.1 Finisher
PL 17.2 Gate Assembly
PL 17.3 H-Transport Assembly: 1 of 2
PL 17.4 H-Transport Assembly: 2 of 2
PL 17.5 Covers
5-2 DC1632/2240
Prelaunch Training/Review Parts List
PL 17.6 Top Cover and Eject Roll
PL 17.7 Paper Transportation: 1 of 2
PL 17.8 Paper Transportation: 2 of 2
PL 17.9 Stapler Unit
PL 17.10 Compiler Tray Assembly
PL 17.11 Elevator
PL 17.12 Exit Assembly
PL 17.13 Electrical Components
PL 17.14 Rack Assembly
IIT PL 18.2 Control Panel
PL 18.3 Platen Glass
PL 18.4 CCD PWB, Sensor
PL 18.5 Carriage Cable/ Motor
PL 18.6 Full/Half Rate Carriage
Rack PL 19.1 Rack
PL 20.2 Top Cover, Registration Gate Solenoid
PL 20.3 Counterbalance, DADF Control PWB
PL 20.4 Document Feed Chute (Upper), Feed Motor
PL 20.5 Document Feed Chute (Lower)
PL 20.6 DADF Belt Motor, Duplex Roll
PL 20.7 Duplex Chute
PL 20.8 Registration Roll
PL 20.9 Exit Motor/Chute
PL 20.10 Document Transport, Platen Belt
PL 20.11 Platen Glass, Registration Gate, Exit Tray
Common Hardware Common Hardware
Part Number Index
6-1 DC1632/2240
General Procedures and Information Prelaunch Training/Review
General
Procedures & Information
Diagnostics
Entering Diagnostic Mode using the PWS
UI Diagnostic Mode
DC Quick (CODE Number LIST)
dC100 Service Entry
dC118 Jam Counter
dC120 Fail Counter
dC122 Shutdown History
dC129 System Registration Setup
dC131 NVM Read/Write
dC131 NVM Tables
dC132 Serial Number/Billing Meter Synchronization
dC135 HFSI Counters
dC140 Analog Monitor
dC188 Exiting from Service Mode
dC301 NVM Initialization
dC305 UI Component Check
dC330 Component Control
dC351 NVM Background Processing
dC355 Hard Disk Diagnostic Program
dC371 Configuration Page
dC612 Color Test Pattern Print
dC685 Color Registration
dC921 TC/ATC Sensor Setup
dC922 TRC Control
dC924 TRC Adjust
dC929 Max Setup
dC934 ADC/AGC Setup
dC945 IIT Calibration
dC956 Belt Edge Learn Mode
General Procedures GP 1 Network Printing Simulation
GP 4 Intermittent Problem RAP
GP 10 Replacing Billing PWBs
GP 12 Printing Reports
General Information Space Requirements
Paper Specifications
Product Specs
Power Requirements
Environmental Data and Requirements
Tools and Supplies Common Tools
Product Tools and Test Patterns
Cleaning Materials
Machine Consumables
Glossary of Terms
7-1DC1632/2240
Wiring DataPrelaunch Training/Review
7 Wiring Data
Plug/Jack Locations Plug/Jack Locations
Chain 02 Mode selection
Chain 03 Printer Connection
Chain 04 Main Drive
Chain 05 Document Handler
Chain 06
Chain 07
Chain 08 Paper Registration
Chain 09 Xerographic
Chain 10 Fuser and Output
Chain 12Finisher
Chain 16 ESS


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