Toshiba e-STUDIO 170F Service Manual


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Present service manual Toshiba e-STUDIO 170F 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.
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Features
1.2 Overview
1.2.1 Front View
1.2.2 Rear View
1.2.3 Operation panel

2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Scanning System
2.2 Recording System
2.3 Transceiver
2.4 Telephone Functions
2.5 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
2.6 Pix Memory
2.7 Printer Interface
2.8 Special Communication
2.9 Others
2.10 Operating Environmental Condition
2.11 Maintenance
2.12 Power Source/Size/Weight/Noise Level
2.13 Applicable Standard
2.14 Software Performance Table

3. INSTALLATION
3.1 Installation Procedure
3.2 Preparation
3.2.1 Preparing Tools
3.2.2 Installation Location
3.2.3 Selecting the Location for Recording Paper Storage
3.3 Unpacking
3.3.1 Procedure
3.3.2 Packing List
3.4 Accessories
3.4.1 Installing the Accessories
3.5 Hardware Options
3.5.1 Remarks before Starting Work
3.5.2 Attaching Hardware Options
3.6 Connecting to the Power and Telephone Lines
3.7 Memory Clear
3.8 Country/Region Setting Operation
3.8.1 Country/Region setting of NCU PBA by FG harness
3.9 Remarks on Moving the Machine

4. FUNCTION SETTINGS
4.1 User Function Settings
4.1.1 Initial Setup
4.1.2 Machine Settings
4.1.3 Scanner & Printer
4.1.4 TX Settings
4.1.5 Automatic Supply Order
4.1.6 RX Settings
4.1.7 Report and List Options
4.2 Service Settings in Test Mode
4.2.1 FUNC 0-39
4.2.2 TEL FUNC 0-8
4.2.3 UAD 0-19
4.2.4 EX TYPE
4.2.5 ACC DGT 1-2
4.2.6 PC FUNC 0-7

5. MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION
5.1 Basic Components
5.2 Transmission Section
5.2.1 Actions of Transmission Section
5.2.2 Components of Transmission Section
5.3 Reception Section
5.3.1 Actions of Reception Section
5.3.2 Components of Reception Section
5.3.3 Laser Exposure Section
5.3.4 Process Unit
5.3.5 Fusing Section
5.3.6 Paper Pickup Section
5.3.7 Exit Section

6. PBA OUTLINE AND SENSOR FUNCTIONS
6.1 Electrical Components
6.2 PC Board Layout
6.3 Connector Layout of PC Board
6.3.1 Main PBA
6.3.2 NCU PBA
6.3.3 LVPS
6.3.4 HVPS
6.3.5 TEL PBA (US/CA models: Option, SG/HK models: Standard)
6.3.6 Optional tray PBA
6.3.7 Operation panel PBA
6.4 Sensors
6.4.1 Sensor Layout
6.4.2 Table of Sensors
6.4.3 Function of Each sensor

7. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
7.1 Outline
7.1.1 Circuit Connection Diagram
7.1.2 Block Diagram
7.1.3 PBA Major Device Diagrams
7.1.4 Power Supply Table
7.2 Flow of Image Signals
7.2.1 Facsimile Transmission
7.2.2 Facsimile Reception
7.2.3 Copy
7.2.4 PC Interface
7.3 MAIN PBA
7.3.1 Memory Circuit
7.3.2 Scanning Control Circuit
7.3.3 LSU Drive Circuit
7.3.4 Fuser Control Circuit
7.3.5 Reset Circuit
7.3.6 Super Power Save Circuit
7.3.7 Toner Empty Detect Circuit
7.3.8 RX Motor Drive Circuit
7.3.9 TX Motor Drive Circuit
7.3.10 Fan Motor Drive Circuit
7.3.11 Document Detect Circuit
7.3.12 Paper End Detect Circuit
7.3.13 Paper Jam Detect Circuit
7.3.14 Solenoid Drive Circuit
7.3.15 Cover Open Detect Circuit
7.3.16 PC I/F Circuit
7.4 NCU PBA
7.4.1 Line Path Switching Control Circuit
7.4.2 Dial Pulse Generation Circuit
7.4.3 Line Current Detect Circuit
7.4.4 CI Detect Circuit
7.4.5 Line Monitor Circuit
7.4.6 Hook Detect Circuit (US/CA models and SG/HK models only)
7.4.7 External TEL Control Circuit (EU/AU models only)
7.5 OPERATION PANEL PBA
7.6 LVPS
7.6.1 Power Supply Voltage Generation Circuit
7.6.2 Stabilizing Circuit
7.6.3 Overvoltage Protection Circuit
7.6.4 Heater Drive Circuit
7.7 HVPS
7.8 TEL PBA (US/CA models: Option, SG/HK models: Standard)
7.9 OPTIONAL TRAY PBA

8. REMOVAL/REPLACEMENTt/ADJUSTMENT
8.1 Before Disassembling or Reassembling
8.2 Disassembly and Reassembly
8.2.1 Cover Block
8.2.2 PBA Block
8.2.3 Top Block
8.2.4 Base Block
8.2.5 Optional Recording Paper Tray Block
8.3 Adjustment and Setting
8.3.1 Edge Registration
8.3.2 Country/Region Setting
8.4 Lubrication
8.4.1 Mechanisms and Parts not to be Lubricated
8.4.2 Notes on Lubrication
8.4.3 Oil types and Makers
8.4.4 Lubrications Points

9. DIALING AND COMMUNICATION PROCEDURE
9.1 Line Connection and Mode Change Procedure
9.1.1 Call to external telephone line
9.1.2 TX mode selecting procedure
9.2 Signal Format and Communication Procedure
9.2.1 Network control signal format
9.2.2 Communication by binary signals
9.3 High-speed Transmission Procedure
9.3.1 V.8/V.34 procedure

10. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
10.1 Overview
10.1.1 Preventive Maintenance Routine
10.2 Preventive Maintenance
10.2.1 Replacement of Consumables
10.2.2 Periodically Replaced Parts
10.2.3 How to Check, How to Clean

11. TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1 TEST MODE [MENU], [9]
11.1.1 AUTO TEST [MENU], [9], [1]
11.1.2 INDIVIDUAL TEST [MENU], [9], [2]
11.1.3 TEST RESULT LIST [MENU], [9], [3]
11.1.4 SERVICE MODE
11.1.5 FUNCTION TEST (In SERVICE MODE only) [MENU], [9], [4]
11.1.6 MAINTENANCE (In SERVICE MODE only) [MENU], [9], [5]
11.1.7 SERVICE LIST (In SERVICE MODE only) [MENU], [9], [6]
11.2 Telephone Screening
11.2.1 Inquiry from a user
11.2.2 Indication of an error
11.2.3 Flow chart recommended for field service
11.2.4 Flow chart recommended for telephone screening
11.3 Initial Checks
11.3.1 Checking the environmental conditions for installation
11.3.2 Checking the document
11.3.3 Checking the recording paper
11.3.4 Checking the consumables
11.3.5 Cleaning
11.3.6 Checking by self-diagnostic functions
11.4 Trouble Analysis
11.4.1 Power-ON is not possible
11.4.2 Nothing is indicated on the LCD display
11.4.3 Error message is re-displayed
11.4.4 Document feed error
11.4.5 Recording paper feed error
11.4.6 Copying error
11.4.7 Poor print quality
11.5 Updating the Firmware
11.5.1 Using the Recovery ROM PBA
11.5.2 Download data from the PC

12. APPENDIX
12.1 Sample List
12.1.1 Protocol Trace List
12.1.2 Error Count List
12.1.3 Function List for Maintenance
12.1.4 Drum Unit
12.1.5 Memory Dump List
12.2 User Function Setting Initial Value List

Number of pages: 492.