Sharp AR-BC260 Service Manual

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 Sharp AR-BC260 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.
To see what contain, please read table of contents:

1. Product features
2. Newly employed technology
1. Product Line and options
A. Line of machines
B. Line of options
C. Machine configuration list
D. Combination of options list
2. Block diagram
1. Basic specifications
A. Base engine
B. Paper feed unit
C. Paper exit unit
D. Scanner section
2. Functional specifications
A. Specifications of copy functions
B. Scanner functon
C. Reversing single pass feeder
3. Environment conditions
A. Operating environment conditions
B. Transit environment conditions
C. Supply storage environment conditions
D. Standard temperature and humidity
1. Supply system table
A. North America/Latin America
2. Consumables (kit, unit)
3. Photoconductor cartridge, toner cartridge
A. Lot number identification and the term of
1. Installing (use) conditions
A. Bringing space
B. Installing space
C. Power source
(Capacity, voltage, frequency, safety, plug)
D. Floor strength and level
E. Direct rays of the sun, dust, temperature,
humidity, gasses, chemicals, vibration
2. Transit and delivery
A. Implements, facility, and manpower
B. Delivery
3. Unpacking
A. Unpacking procedure
4. Lock release
A. Scanner (2/3 mirror unit) lock release
B. Main body cassette lock release
C. Transfer unit pressure release
5. Fusing heat roller pressing (F/R)
6. Black drum cartridge insertion
7. Paper exit tray installation (Optional)
8. Toner cartridges installation
9. AC cord connection
10. Machine power ON
11. Specifications setup
12. Image quality check
13. Function and operation check
14. Setup and adjustment data recording
15. Necessary works before moving the machine
1. Name and function of each section
A. External view
B. Internal structure
C. Operation panel
D. Job status screen (common to print, copy,
network scan and fax)
E. Cross section
F. Motors, clutches, solenoids, fans
G. Sensors, switches and heaters
H. PWB 1
H. PWB 2
1. Fusing section
A. Operational descriptions
B. Disassembly/Assembly/Maintenance
2. Transfer section
A. Operational descriptions
B. Disassembly/assembly/maintenance
3. Process (image forming) section
A. Operational descriptions
B. Disassembly/assembly/maintenance
4. Optical section (Scanner section)
A. Operational descriptions
B. Disassembly/assembly/maintenance
5. Paper feed, paper transport, and paper exit sections
A. Operational descriptions
B. Disassembly/assembly/maintenance
6. RSPF section
A. Operational descriptions
B. Disassembly/assembly/maintenance
7. Operation panel
A. Operational descriptions
B. Disassembly/assembly/maintenance
8. External fitting
A. Disassembly
9. Others
A. Disassembly/assembly/maintenance
[ADJ 1] High voltage adjustment
[ADJ 2] Image density sensor adjustment
[ADJ 3] Image focus, image skew adjustment
(LED (writing) unit)
[ADJ 4] Image registration adjustment
[ADJ 5] Image position/print area adjustment (Print engine section)
[ADJ 6] Copy image distortion adjustment
[ADJ 7] Copy image focus (main scanning direction copy magnification ratio) adjustment
(CCD unit position adjustment)
[ADJ 8] Sub scanning direction copy magnification ratio adjustment
[ADJ 9] Main scanning direction copy image position adjustment (Scanner (reading) section)
[ADJ 10] Copy image position/image loss/void area adjustment
[ADJ 11] Copy color balance/density adjustment
[ADJ 12] Fusing pressure adjustment
[ADJ 13] Fusing paper guide position adjustment
[ADJ 14] Document size sensor adjustment
[ADJ 15] Manual paper feed tray paper size sensor adjustment
[ADJ 16] Touch panel coordinates setting
[ADJ 17] Power voltage adjustment
[ADJ 18] FAX/scanner mode image loss adjustment
[ADJ 19] RSPF scanning position automatic adjustment
[ADJ 20] RSPF lead edge skew adjustment
[ADJ 21] Collective adjustment of image position and magnification ratio
[ADJ 22] Printer color balance adjustment
1. Outline and purpose
2. Code-type simulation
A. Operating procedures and operations
B. Simulation list
C. Details
1. Maintenance system table
2. List
A. Drum peripheral section
B. Developing section
C. Transfer section
D. Fusing section
E. Optical section (Scanner section)
F. Paper feed section, transport section
H. RSPF section
I. Filters, drive section, others
3. Relationship of maintenance timing, consumable part life, display message, and machine operations
A. Relationship of maintenance counter, display message, and machine operations
B. Relationship of transfer unit system counter, display message, and machine operations
C. Relationship of fusing unit counter, display message, and machine operations
D. Relationship of drum cartridge system counters,
messages, and machine operations
E. Relationship of toner cartridge system counters, display messages, and machine operations
1. Outline
2. Functions and purposes
3. Kinds of self diagnostic messages
4. Self diagnostic operation
A. Self diagnostic operation and work flow
5. List
6. Details
1. Outline
A. Target ROM for version up
B. When version up of ROM is required
C. Flash ROM version up method
2. Precautions
A. Relationship between each ROM and version up
3. Necessary items for version up (copy) of Flash ROM
4. Flash ROM version up procedure
A. By using a computer and the ICU PWB, the program data of Flash ROM is written from the computer to the Flash ROM of the ICU PWB
B. Method using two Flash ROM sockets on the ICU MAIN PWB to copy between
Flash ROM’s
1. System block diagram
2. Actual wiring chart
3. Signal list
1. System configuration
A. Main unit
B. Basic composition
C. Accessory
D. Options
E. Software, firmware diagram
2. Specifications
3. Configuration report (Test page)
4. Hardware
A. Major device
B. Block diagram
C. Interface
5. Setting
A. Key operator program
B. Jumper Setting
6. Operation
A. Printer driver setting and operation
7. Firmware version up
A. Necessary items
B. Procedure
8. AR-NS2 installing procedure
9. AR-PK4 installing procedures
A. General
B. Check items
C. PS firmware ROM installation
D. PS font data installing procedures
E. PS printer utility software installation
1. Key operator program
A. Key operator program menu
2. Special tools

Number of pages: 308.