Epson AcuLaser C1100 Service Manual and Parts Catalog


Accurate, clear and concise text, combined with detailed illustrations, lists of error code, instruction and diagrams, guide you through procedure of repair, remediate, maintenance and adjustments your copier, printer or scanner.
Present service manual and parts catalog Epson AcuLaser C1100 contain clear instructions and procedures on how to fix the problems occurring in your equipment.
The information contained in this repair manual is necessary for the repair, but also prevention, resulting in a longer life of your equipment.
Format of the manual: PDF, makes it easy to navigate, instant download and print. English language.
Table of contents:

Chapter 1: PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Engine features
1.1.2 Controller features
1.1.3 Software features
1.2 Basic Specifications
1.2.1 Process Specifications & System
1.2.2 Printer Basic Specifications
1.3 Paper Specifications
1.3.1 Paper Type
1.3.2 Paper that may cause printing defects, paper jams or printer malfunction
1.3.3 Available Paper by Feeder
1.3.4 Printing Area
1.4 Reliability and Serviceability
1.4.1 Reliability
1.4.2 Durability
1.4.3 Serviceability
1.5 Service Conditions
1.5.1 Ambient Temperature and Humidity
1.5.2 Air Pressure (Altitude)
1.5.3 Levelness
1.5.4 Illumination
1.5.5 Space Requirements
1.6 Conditions for Storage and Transport
1.6.1 Ambient Temperature and Humidity
1.6.2 Storage Altitude
1.6.3 Dropping
1.6.4 Vibration
1.7 Electrical Characteristics
1.7.1 Electrical Fast Transient /Bursts (AC Line Noise)
1.7.2 Instantaneous Outages
1.7.3 Resistance to Static Electricity
1.7.4 Inrush Current
1.7.5 Insulation Resistance
1.7.6 Withstand Voltage
1.7.7 Leak Current
1.8 Compatible Specification
1.8.1 Safety Standard
1.8.2 Safety Standard (Laser Transmission)
1.8.3 EMI Standards
1.8.4 Power Supply Harmonics
1.8.5 Power Consumption
1.8.6 Miscellaneous
1.9 Consumables/Periodic replacement unit
1.9.1 Specifications
1.9.2 Conditions for Storage and Transport
1.10 External Appearance and Unit Names
1.10.1 Unit names
1.11 Engine Restrictions
1.12 Notes When Replacing Consumables and Installing Optional Products
1.12.1 Consumables
1.12.2 Optional Products
1.13 Life details
1.14 Controller Specifications
1.14.1 Controller Basic Specifications
1.14.2 Controller Configuration
1.14.3 External Interface Specifications
1.15 Control Panel
1.15.1 External Appearance and Names
1.15.2 Panel Settings List
1.15.3 Explanation of Menu and Settings
1.15.4 Special Operations
1.16 Printer Status
1.16.1 List of Printer Messages
1.16.2 Status Messages and Troubleshooting
1.16.3 Error Messages and Troubleshooting
1.16.4 Warning Messages and Troubleshooting
1.16.5 Service Call Error Messages
1.17 Expanding the RAM
1.18 Handling Precautions
1.18.1 Precautions When Turning Off the Power
1.18.2 Precautions for High Temperature Parts
1.19 Status Sheet
1.20 Engine Status Sheet
1.21 Recommended Operating Environment (Host PC)
1.22 Paper Handling Algorithm

Chapter 2: OPERATING PRINCIPLES
2.1 Print Process
2.1.1 Print Process Overview
2.1.2 Print Process Diagram
2.1.3 Technical Explanation of Print Process
2.2 Flow of Print Data
2.2.1 Data Flow
2.3 Drive Transmission Path
2.3.1 DRIVE ASSY FEED
2.3.2 MOTOR ASSY P/R, DRIVE ASSY PRO
2.3.3 MOTOR ASSY MAG, MOTOR ASSY ROT
2.3.4 MOTOR ASSY DUP
2.3.5 MOTOR ASSY FSR
2.3.6 MOTOR-PH
2.4 Paper Feed
2.4.1 MSI (Multi Sheet Inserter)
2.4.2 Registration & FUSER
2.4.3 500 Paper Feeder
2.4.4 Duplex
2.5 Xerographic
2.5.1 ROS
2.5.2 Photoconductor Unit
2.5.3 Development
2.5.4 Second BTR & FUSER
2.6 Electrical
2.7 Operating Modes
2.8 Control
2.8.1 Paper size control
2.8.2 Control of laser radiation
2.8.3 Process control
2.8.4 Belt position control
2.8.5 Adjustment of the FUSER fixing temperature
2.8.6 FUSER safety circuit
2.8.7 Detection of service life of consumables and periodical replacement parts 113
2.9 Flying-start printing
2.10 Detection Mechanisms
2.11 Principle of Electric Circuit Operation
2.11.1 Main Features
2.11.2 Outline Specifications

Chapter 3: TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1 Procedure for troubleshooting
3.1.1 Procedure for troubleshooting
3.1.2 Checking Installation Status
3.1.3 Precautions in Performing Troubleshooting Work
3.1.4 Notes on Using FIP
3.1.5 Warming-Up Flowchart at Power-ON
3.2 FIP
3.2.1 Outline
3.2.2 FIP Procedure
3.3 FIP according to the printer message
3.3.1 List of Errors and Warnings
3.3.2 List of Service Request
3.3.3 Error Code FIP
3.4 Printing Quality-related Trouble
3.4.1 Printing-quality troubleshooting Entry Chart
3.4.2 Printing quality-related FIP
3.5 Abnormal Noise-related Trouble
3.5.1 Abnormal noise-related troubleshooting entry chart
3.5.2 Abnormal Noise-related FIP
3.6 Test Print
3.6.1 Overview
3.6.2 Printing Procedure of Test Print Pattern

Chapter 4: DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
4.1 Overview
4.1.1 Precautions
4.1.2 Before you start work
4.1.3 List of Screws
4.1.4 Tools
4.1.5 Conventions used in descriptions of procedures
4.2 COVER
4.2.1 COVER ASSY TOP
4.2.2 TRAY EXTENSION, COVER TRAY
4.2.3 COVER FUSER
4.2.4 COVER TOP SIDE L
4.2.5 COVER TOP SIDE R
4.2.6 SWITCH ASSY TOP
4.2.7 SWITCH ASSY FRONT
4.2.8 COVER RH, SLIDE BAR, COVER ROS WINDOW
4.2.9 COVER MSI
4.2.10 COVER FRONT L, COVER FRONT ASSY U
4.2.11 OP PANEL (CONTROL, PANEL)
4.2.12 COVER ASSY LH
4.2.13 COVER ESS
4.2.14 SWITCH ASSY FUSER, SWITCH-FUSER DOOR
4.2.15 COVER INNER TOP
4.2.16 SWITCH-FRONT DOOR, SWITCH-INLK FRONT
4.2.17 COVER ASSY RH
4.2.18 COVER INNER L
4.2.19 SWITCH-INLK FUSER
4.3 MSI
4.3.1 MSI ASSY
4.3.2 ROLL ASSY MSI
4.3.3 ROLL MSI
4.3.4 CHUTE MSI
4.3.5 GUIDE SIDE L, GUIDE ASSY SIDE R
4.3.6 PLATE BOTTOM ASSY MSI
4.3.7 HOLDER ASSY RETARD MSI
4.3.8 PLATE ASSY RETARD
4.3.9 OIL DAMPER
4.3.10 SOLENOID PICK UP
4.3.11 SENSOR PAPER EMPTY
4.3.12 ACTUATOR EMPTY
4.4 PH ASSY
4.4.1 COVER-PH
4.4.2 CHUTE ASSY-REAR
4.4.3 CHUTE-REAR UP, CHUTE-REAR LOW
4.4.4 FRAME ASSY-PH
4.4.5 CLUTCH ASSY REGI
4.4.6 ROLL-REGI METAL
4.4.7 ROLL REGI RUBBER
4.4.8 ROLL ASSY-PRE REGI
4.4.9 SENSOR OHP
4.4.10 ACTUATOR-REGI
4.4.11 SENSOR REGI
4.4.12 MOTOR-PH
4.4.13 CLUTCH ASSY PRE REGI
4.4.14 SWITCH-PH DOOR
4.4.15 DRIVE ASSY-PH
4.5 TRANSFER
4.5.1 CHUTE ASSY-FSR, COVER ASSY-RR 2ND
4.5.2 SENSOR FUSER IN
4.5.3 FRAME ASSY-2ND
4.5.4 2ND BTR ASSY
4.5.5 CAM ASSY-2ND
4.5.6 SWITCH 2BTR COVER
4.5.7 SENSOR ASSY ADC
4.5.8 HOLDER-ADC 2ND
4.5.9 SENSOR 2BTR RETRACT
4.5.10 SENSOR IBT RETRACT
4.5.11 PLATE BIAS-2ND ASSY
4.5.12 CAM ASSY-IBT CL
4.6 XERO
4.6.1 SENSOR TR-0
4.6.2 GUIDE CRU ASSY D
4.6.3 LATCH ASSY D
4.6.4 ANTENNA ASSY
4.6.5 GUIDE CRU ASSY AD
4.6.6 LEVER-LATCH PR
4.6.7 CAP-PLATE PR, PLATE-ASSY PR
4.6.8 LATCH ASSY AD
4.6.9 BCR CLN XERO ASSY
4.6.10 SENSOR TNER FULL
4.7 ROS
4.7.1 ROS ASSY
4.7.2 CLEANER ASSY
4.8 DEVE
4.8.1 LATCH ASSY-ROTARY
4.8.2 ANTENNA ASSY-CTRG
4.8.3 ANTENNA CTRG
4.8.4 HOLDER ASSY-BIAS
4.8.5 SENSOR ROTARY HOME POSI
4.8.6 HOUSING ASSY-DEVE K, HOUSING ASSY-DEVE Y, HOUSING ASSYDEVE M, HOUSING ASSY-DEVE C
4.8.7 FRAME ASSY-ROTARY
4.9 FUSER
4.9.1 FUSER ASSY
4.9.2 FUSER LOCK SWITCH
4.9.3 HARNESS ASSY MCU C/L
4.10 DRIVE
4.10.1 DRIVE ASSY BTR
4.10.2 DRIVE ASSY PRO
4.10.3 MOT ASSY FSR
4.10.4 MOT ASSY MAG
4.10.5 MOT ASSY ROT
4.10.6 MOT ASSY P/R
4.10.7 MOT ASSY MICRO
4.11 ELEC
4.11.1 SENSOR HUM & TEMP
4.11.2 PWBA HVPS
4.11.3 PWB ASSY ROT
4.11.4 PWBA CRUM
4.11.5 PWBA MCU
4.11.6 LV/HVPS
4.11.7 PWBA ESS (BOARD ASSY., MAIN)
4.11.8 PWBA FUSER CONT
4.11.9 CHASSIS ASSY ESS (REFERENCE ONLY)
4.12 DUPLEX
4.12.1 DUPLEX ASSY
4.12.2 COVER-R DUP
4.12.3 COVER-L DUP
4.12.4 COVER-INV
4.12.5 LINK-LATCH, LINK-BUTTON
4.12.6 INVERTER ASSY DUP, TRANSPORT ASSY DUP
4.12.7 SOLENOID ASSY DUP
4.12.8 ACTUATOR INV
4.12.9 SENSOR UPPER PASS
4.12.10 MOTOR ASSY DUP INV
4.12.11 ROLLER ASSY INVERTER
4.12.12 CHUTE ASSY-INV LOW
4.12.13 LATCH DUP R, LATCH DUP L
4.12.14 SWITCH-DUP DOOR
4.12.15 ACTUATOR DUP
4.12.16 SENSOR LOW PASS
4.12.17 SUPPORT DUP
4.12.18 HINGE ASSY L
4.12.19 HINGE ASSY R
4.12.20 COVER LOW-DUP TRANS
4.12.21 COVER UP-DUP TRANS
4.12.22 PAD DAMPER L
4.12.23 PAD DAMPER R
4.12.24 ROLLER ASSY DUP
4.12.25 PWBA DUP-L
4.12.26 MOTOR ASSY DUP
4.12.27 ROLLER ASSY DUP OUT
4.13 500 PAPER CASSETTE & 500 PAPER FEEDER
4.13.1 500 PAPER CASSETTE ASSY
4.13.2 GUIDE END ASSY
4.13.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM 500
4.13.4 GUIDE PAPER L ASSY 500, GUIDE PAPER R ASSY 500
4.13.5 COVER FRONT CST 500
4.13.6 500 PAPER FEEDER ASSY (REFERENCE ONLY)
4.13.7 COVER LEFT 500
4.13.8 CHUTE FDR ASSY 500
4.13.9 COVER RIGHT 500
4.13.10 PWBA TRAY 500
4.13.11 PWBA MOT
4.13.12 DRIVE ASSY FEED
4.13.13 SOLENOID FEED
4.13.14 MOTOR ASSY FEEDER
4.13.15 CLUTCH ASSY FEED
4.13.16 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 1
4.13.17 ROLL ASSY TURN 500
4.13.18 SWITCH FEEDER DOOR
4.13.19 HARNESS-ASSY FEED 2
4.13.20 CHUTE ASSY 500
4.13.21 HOLDER ASSY RETARD 500
4.13.22 FILM ASSY FDR
4.13.23 STOPPER CST R
4.13.24 GUIDE CST R
4.13.25 GUIDE CST L
4.13.26 STOPPER CST L
4.13.27 HOUSING ASSY FEED
4.13.28 SENSOR NO PAPER
4.13.29 ACTUATOR NO PAPER CST
4.13.30 ACTUATOR T/R
4.13.31 SENSOR T/R
4.13.32 ROLL ASSY FEED 500

Chapter 5: ADJUSTMENT
5.1 Overview
5.1.1 Instructions
5.1.2 Part/unit-based adjustment items
5.1.3 Writing USB ID
5.1.4 Controller Firmware Update
5.1.5 MCU Firmware Update

Chapter 6: MAINTENANCE
6.1 Overview
6.2 About On-site Servicing
6.2.1 On-site Servicing Flowchart
6.2.2 Details of On-site Servicing
6.3 Maintenance Menu
6.3.1 Maintenance Menu Items
6.3.2 Entry into Maintenance Mode
6.4 Sheet for Servicing
6.4.1 Engine Status Sheet
6.4.2 Print Log Report
6.5 Consumables and Components needing Periodic Replacement
6.5.1 Consumables
6.5.2 Regular Replacement Parts
6.6 Glueing/Lubrication
6.6.1 Glueing
6.6.2 Lubrication

Chapter 7: APPENDIX
7.1 Connectors
7.1.1 The List of Plugs and Jacks
7.1.2 P/J Layout Diagram
7.2 Wiring Connection Diagrams
7.2.1 Marks used in the Overall Wiring Connection Diagram
7.2.2 Overall Wiring Connection Diagrams
7.3 Wiring Connection Diagram between Parts
7.3.1 Marks used in the Diagram and Instructions for Use
7.3.2 Composition of the Wiring Connection Diagram between Parts
7.4 Unpacking the Printer
7.5 Parts List
7.6 Exploded Diagrams
7.7 Circuit Diagrams.