Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM305 df Service Manual and Parts Catalog


Accurate 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 Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM305 df contain clear instructions and procedures on how to fix the problems occurring in your equipment.
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Table of contents:

1. SERVICE CALL PROCEDURE
1.1 Before Starting the Servicing
1.1.1 Safety
1.1.2 Notes on the Handling of Customer Information
1.1.3 Other Things to Note
1.2 Servicing Call Procedure
1.3 Detailed Contents of the Service Call
1.3.1 TRIM Servicing Procedure
1.3.2 TRIM Check List
1.4 Machine Consumables and Periodic Replacement Parts

2. TROUBLESHOOTING
2.1 Troubleshooting Overview
2.1.1 Flow of Troubleshooting
2.1.2 Check Installation Status
2.1.3 Cautions for Service Operations
2.1.4 Cautions on Using FIP
2.1.5 Items To Be Confirmed Before Going To FIP Troubleshooting
2.2 FIP
2.2.1 FIP
2.2.2 Flow of FIP
2.2.3 Status Code List
2.3 Error Code FIP
Chapter 2 Troubleshooting
Chapter 2 Troubleshooting CONTENTS
FIP-1.103 134-211: Fax Card Modem Error
FIP-1.104 193-700: Custom Toner Mode
2.4 Abnormal Noise Trouble
2.4.1 Entry Chart for Abnormal Noise Troubleshooting
2.4.2 Operation Mode Table
FIP-1.N1 Noise: When Power is Turned On
FIP-1.N2 Noise: During Standby
FIP-1.N3 Noise: During Printing (Checking for other items than “power on noise”)
2.5 Other FIP
FIP-Electrical Noise
FIP-AC Power
FIP-DC Power
FIP-Multiple Feed
FIP-Control Panel Freezes
FIP-Freezes with “Printing

3. IMAGE QUALITY TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1 Preface
3.1.1 Organization and Characteristics of Chapter 3
3.1.2 How to use Image Quality Troubleshooting
3.2 Entry Chart for Image Quality Troubleshooting
3.3 Image Quality FIP

4. DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS
4.1 Preface
4.1.1 Before starting service work
4.1.2 Description rules for the procedures
4.2 Disassembly / Assembly
REP1. COVERS
REP1.1 (SCC) COVER POLE OUT AIO (PL1.1.1)
REP1.2 (SCC) COVER SCANNER LOW AIO (PL1.1.2)
REP1.3 (SCC) COVER POLE IN AIO (PL1.1.3)
REP1.4 (SCC) COVER TOP AIO (PL1.1.4)
REP1.5 (SCC) COVER REAR AIO (PL1.1.5)
REP1.6 COVER SIDE R AIO (PL1.1.6), COVER WINDOW TNR AIO (PL1.1.7)
REP1.7 COVER SIDE L AIO (PL1.1.8), COVER ASSY ESS (PL1.1.9)
REP1.8 COVER ASSY SIDE R AIO (PL1.1.12)
REP1.9 COVER ASSY SIDE L AIO (PL1.1.13)
REP1.10 COVER ASSY FRONT (PL1.2.1)
REP1.11 CONSOLE ASSY PANEL AIO (PL1.2.3)
REP1.12 SHAFT PIVOT (PL1.2.14)
REP1.13 STRAP ASSY AIO (PL1.2.30)
REP2. PAPTER CASSETTE
REP2.1 CASSETTE ASSY 250 MG AIO (PL2.1.1)
REP2.2 HOLDER ASSY SEPARATOR (PL2.1.5)
REP2.3 PLATE ASSY BOTTOM (PL2.1.2)
REP2.4 TRAY ASSY EXTENSION (PL2.1.17)
REP2.5 GUIDE ASSY END (PL2.1.25)
REP2.6 KIT SIDE GUIDE (PL2.1.99)
REP3. PAPER FEEDER
REP3.1 (SCC) CLUTCH ASSY DRV (PL3.1.1), BEARING REGI (PL3.1.2)
REP3.2 SOLENOID FEED MSI (PL3.1.11)
REP3.3 ROLL ASSY FEED (PL3.2.4)
REP3.4 ROLL ASSY REGI (PL3.2.9)
REP3.5 ACTUATOR REGI IN (PL3.2.11)
REP3.6 SENSOR PHOTO: SSI NO PAPER (PL3.2.13)
REP3.7 SENSOR PHOTO: REGI (PL3.2.13)
REP3.8 SENSOR PHOTO: CST NO PAPER (PL3.2.13)
REP3.9 ACTUATOR SSI (PL3.2.14)
REP3.10 ACTUATOR ASSY NO PAPER (PL3.2.32)
REP3.11 UPPER UNIT (Reference only)
REP4. XEROGRAPHICS
REP4.1 ROS ASSY (PL4.1.1)
REP4.2 SPRING PHD (PL4.1.4), LEVER PHD (PL4.1.5), BLOCK STOPPER PHD D (PL4.1.6)
REP4.3 SPRING PHD (PL4.1.4), LEVER PHD (PL4.1.5), BLOCK STOPPER PHD AD (PL4.1.7)
REP4.4 LED ASSY ERASE (PL4.1.8)
REP4.5 (SCC) PWBA HVPS (PL4.1.19)
REP4.6 PHD ASSY (PL4.1.21)
Chapter 4 Disassembly / Assembly and Adjustments
Chapter 4 Disassembly / Assembly and Adjustments CONTENTS
REP5. DISPENSER
REP5.1 DISPENSER ASSY (PL5.1.1)
REP5.2 FRAME ASSY MOT (PL5.1.2)
REP5.3 SWITCH (PL5.1.9)
REP5.4 HOLDER ASSY TCRU (K), (C), (M), (Y) (PL5.1.17~20)
REP5.5 TONER CARTRIDGE (K), (C), (M), (Y) (PL5.1.21~24)
REP6. TRANSFER & FUSING UNIT
REP6.1 (SCC) FUSING UNIT (PL6.1.1)
REP6.2 STOPPER PIVOT (PL6.1.3), PIVOT TRANS L (PL6.1.4), GEAR T4 (PL6.1.5),
SHAFT ASSY PIVOT (PL6.1.6)
REP6.3 TRANSFER ASSY (PL6.1.7), COVER HARNESS (PL6.1.8)
REP7. DRIVE
REP7.1 (SCC) DRIVE ASSY SUB (PL7.1.1)
REP7.2 (SCC) DRIVE ASSY MAIN (PL7.1.2)
REP7.3 GEAR P2 (PL7.1.3) and (SCC) DRIVE ASSY PH (PL7.1.4)
REP8. ELECTRICAL & FRAME
REP8.1 (SCC) HARN ASSY INTERLOCK AIO (PL8.1.1)
REP8.2 (ISC) (SCC) PWBA ESS AIO (PL8.1.2)
REP8.3 MEMORY CARD (PL8.1.4)
REP8.4 (SCC) PWBA FAX (PL8.1.5)
REP8.5 SHIELD ASSY ESS AIO (PL8.1.7)
REP8.6 SENSOR HUM (PL8.1.10)
REP8.7 PLATE ASSY TOP (PL8.2.2)
REP8.8 (SCC) DUCT FAN ASSY AIO (PL8.2.7)
REP8.9 (SCC) PWBA LVPS (PL8.2.12)
REP8.10 PWBA MCU (PL8.3.6)
REP8.11 (SCC) SWITCH ASSY INLET MG AIO (PL8.3.7)
REP8.12 CHASSIS ASSY LVPS (Reference only)
REP8.13 CHASSIS ASSY INLET (Reference only)
REP9. SCANNER ASSY
REP9.1 ADF ASSY (PL10.1.3)
REP9.2 ROLL ASSY FEED (PL10.1.5), PAD ASSY SEPARATOR (PL10.1.6)
REP9.3 TRAY ASSY (PL10.1.8)
REP9.4 KIT COUNTER BALANCE L (PL10.1.9), COUNTER BALANCE R (PL10.1.10)
REP9.5 IIT ASSY SUB (PL10.1.11)
REP9.6 HARNESS ASSY FRONT USB (PL10.1.13), BRACKET ASSY USB (PL10.1.14)
REP10. DUPLEX
REP10.1 FEEDER ASSY DUP AIO STD (PL11.1.1) [Duplex Model Only]
REP10.2 ROLLER ASSY DUP (PL11.2.9) [Duplex Model Only]
REP10.3 KIT CHUTE DUP IN (PL11.1.98)
REP10.4 KIT HARNESS ASSY DUP (PL11.1.99)
REP11. 250 OPTION FEEDER
REP11.1 FEEDER ASSY OPT MG AIO (PL12.1.3)
REP11.2 ROLL ASSY FEED (Parts of the FEEDER ASSY OPT) (PL12.4.4)
Chapter 4 Disassembly / Assembly and Adjustments
Chapter 4 Disassembly / Assembly and Adjustments CONTENTS
REP 99. Safety Critical Components (SCC)
REP 99.1.1 Safety Critical Components (SCC)
4.3 Adjustments
ADJ10.1 Firmware download (Controller and MCU)
ADJ10.2 Directions for Replacing Important Information Stored Component

5. PARTS LIST
5.1 Preface
5.1.1 Caution for use of spare parts illustration
5.1.2 PRECAUTIONS
5.2 Parts list
PL 1.1 Cover (1/2) [Illustration]
PL 1.1 Cover (1/2) [List]
PL 1.2 Cover (2/2) [Illustration]
PL 1.2 Cover (2/2) [List]
PL 2.1 Paper Cassete [Illustration]
PL 2.1 Paper Cassete [List]
PL 3.1 Paper Feeder (1/2) [Illustration]
PL 3.1 Paper Feeder (1/2) [List]
PL 3.2 Paper Feeder (2/2) [Illustration]
PL 3.2 Paper Feeder (2/2) [List]
PL 4.1 Xerographics [Illustration]
PL 4.1 Xerographics [List]
PL 5.1 Dispenser [Illustration]
PL 5.1 Dispenser [List]
PL 6.1 Transfer & Fusing Unit [Illustration]
PL 6.1 Transfer & Fusing Unit [List]
PL 7.1 Drive [Illustration]
PL 7.1 Drive [List]
PL 8.1 Electrical & Frame AIO (1/4) [Illustration]
PL 8.1 Electrical & Frame AIO (1/4) [List]
PL 8.2 Electrical & Frame AIO (2/4) [Illustration]
PL 8.2 Electrical & Frame AIO (2/4) [List]
PL 8.3 Electrical & Frame AIO (3/4) [Illustration]
PL 8.3 Electrical & Frame AIO (3/4) [List]
PL 8.4 Electrical & Frame AIO (4/4) [Illustration]
PL 8.4 Electrical & Frame AIO (4/4) [List]
PL 9.1 Harness [Illustration]
PL 9.1 Harness [List]
PL10.1 Scanner Assy [Illustration]
PL10.1 Scanner Assy [List]
PL11.1 Duplex (Option) (1/2) [Illustration]
PL11.1 Duplex (Option) (1/2) [List]
PL11.2 Duplex (Option) (2/2) [Illustration]
PL11.2 Duplex (Option) (2/2) [List]
PL12.1 250 Feeder (Option) (1/5) [Illustration]
PL12.1 250 Feeder (Option) (1/5) [List]
PL12.2 250 Feeder (Option) (2/5) [Illustration]
PL12.2 250 Feeder (Option) (2/5) [List]
PL12.3 250 Feeder (Option) (3/5) [Illustration]
PL12.3 250 Feeder (Option) (3/5) [List]
PL12.4 250 Feeder (Option) (4/5) [Illustration]
Chapter 5 Parts List
Chapter 5 Parts List CONTENTS
PL12.4 250 Feeder (Option) (4/5) [List]
PL12.5 250 Feeder (Option) (5/5) [Illustration]
PL12.5 250 Feeder (Option) (5/5) [List]

6. GENERAL DATA
6.1 Specification
6.1.1 Configuration of Printer
6.1.1.1 Product Name
6.1.1.2 Basic Configuration
6.1.1.3 Functional Configuration
6.1.2 Electrical Properties
6.1.2.1 Power Source
6.1.2.2 Power Consumption
6.1.2.3 Rush Current
6.1.3 Mechanical Properties
6.1.3.1 Dimensions/Mass of Printer
6.1.3.2 Dimensions/Mass of 250 Feeder (Option)
6.1.3.3 Dimensions/Mass of Consumables and CRUs
6.1.3.4 Installation Space (min. installation space)
6.1.4 Functions
6.1.4.1 Recording System
6.1.4.2 Exposure System
6.1.4.3 Development System
6.1.4.4 Fixing System
6.1.4.5 Resolution
6.1.4.6 Operation Mode
6.1.4.7 Warm-up Time
6.1.4.8 FPOT (First Print Output Time)
6.1.4.9 Input Properties
6.1.4.10 Output Properties
6.1.4.11 Paper
6.1.5 Operating Environment
6.1.5.1 Installation Temperature / Humidity
6.1.5.2 Installation Altitude
6.1.5.3 Installation Horizontality
6.1.5.4 Ambient Lighting
6.1.5.5 Storage Temperature of a Toner Cartridge
6.1.6 Safety / Environment Conditions
6.1.6.1 Safety Standard
6.1.6.2 Laser Safety Standard
6.1.6.3 EMI
6.1.6.4 Noise
6.1.7 Print image Quality
6.1.7.1 Image Quality Guarantee Conditions
6.1.8 Option
6.1.9 ESS Specification
6.1.9.1 External Interface
6.1.9.2 Network Protocol
6.1.9.3 Decomposer
6.1.9.4 Job Control
6.1.9.5 Logging
6.1.9.6 ID Print
6.1.9.7 Nom Genuine Mode
6.1.9.8 Report Function
6.1.9.9 Utility Print
6.1.10 IIT (Image Input Terminal) Specifications
6.1.10.1 Scanner
6.1.10.2 Platen
6.1.10.3 ADF
6.1.11 FAX Specifications
6.1.11.1 Communication
6.1.11.2 Cable Characteristics
6.1.11.3 Communication Load Characteristics
6.1.11.4 Incoming Call Level
6.2 Tools / Service Consumables / Consumables / Modification
6.2.1 Tools and Service Consumables
6.2.1.1 Tools
6.2.1.2 Service Consumable
6.2.2 Consumables
6.2.2.1 Items of Consumables
6.2.2.2 Consumable Life
6.2.2.3 Periodic Replacing Parts (Reference)
6.3 Service Data
6.3.1 NVM Access
6.3.1.1 NVM List
6.3.2 System Data
6.4 Service Mode
6.4.1 peration of Diag
6.4.1.1 Purpose of This Software
6.4.1.2 Operating Methods
6.4.2 Configuration
6.4.3 How to use Diag. CE Mode
6.4.3.1 Roles of the control panel in Diag
6.4.3.2 Entering diag. CE (Customer Engineer) mode
6.4.3.3 Selecting Diag. mode
6.4.3.4 Selecting Diag. item
6.4.3.5 Change method parameters value
6.4.3.6 Executing/Exiting Diag. mode
6.4.3.7 Diag. mode menu tree
6.4.4 The Kind of Diag. and Contents of a Test
6.4.4.1 FAX Scanner Diag
6.4.4.2 Printer Diag

7. WIRING DATA
7.1 Plug/Jack Location List
7.1.1 Plug/Jack Location List
7.1.1.1 Printer
7.1.1.2 Option Duplex
7.1.1.3 Option Feeder
7.1.2 Plug/Jack Location
7.1.2.1 Printer
7.1.2.2 OPTION Duplex
7.1.2.3 OPTION Feeder
7.2 Wire Nerwork (Undescribed)
7.3 BSD (Undescribed)
7.4 Connection Wiring Diagram
7.4.1 Symbols in the General Connection Wiring Diagram
7.4.2 General Wiring Diagram
7.5 Interconnection Wiring Diagram of Parts
7.5.1 Notes on Using the Wiring Diagram between Parts
7.5.2 Configuration of the Interconnection Wiring Diagram of Parts
7.5.2.1 DC POWER SUPPLY
7.5.2.2 FEEDER, SSF & REGI
7.5.2.3 DRIVE
7.5.2.4 ROS
7.5.2.5 XEROGRAPHIC
7.5.2.6 HIGH VOLTAGE
7.5.2.7 DEVELOPER
7.5.2.8 FUSING UNIT
7.5.2.9 CONTROLLER
7.5.2.10 SCANNER ASSY (ADF)
7.5.2.11 SCANNER ASSY (IIT)
7.5.2.12 250 FEEDER
7.5.2.13 DUPLEX

8. INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
9.1 Installation of Printer
9.1.1 Check the Contents
9.1.2 Remove the packaging tapes and protective sheet
9.1.3 Install the toner Cartridges
9.1.4 Install optional accessories
9.1.5 Install the power cord
9.1.6 Load paper in the tray
9.1.7 Set the IP Address
9.1.8 Other Network Settings
9.1.9 Connect a USB or Network Cable
9.1.10 Install Print Drivers
9.2 Removal (Undescribed)

9. MACHINE OVERVIEW
10.1 Telephone System
10.1.1 Converting and Sending Voice in the Form of Electrical Signals
10.1.2 Analog and Digital Signals
10.2 Telephone Call Connection Mechanism
10.2.1 Analog Telephone Network
10.2.2 Telephone Call Connection Mechanism
10.4 FAX System (Overview)
10.5 Unit Mechanisms
10.6 FAX Standards (ITU-T Recommendations)
10.7 Fault Isolation Procedure for FAX
10.7.1 Fault Occurs
10.7.2 Send Fault
10.7.3 Receive Fault
10.8 Other Problems
10.9 Functions of SCANNER ASSY
10.9.1 Document Scanning
10.9.2 Document Scanning at Platen (IIT)
10.9.3 Document Scanning at Auto Document Feeder (ADF)
10.10 Paper Path
10.10.1 Paper Path of ADF
10.11 Functions of Major Functional Components
10.11.1 Image Input Terminal (IIT)
10.11.2 Auto Document Feeder (ADF)
10.11.3 Electrical
10.11.3.1 Electrical
10.11.3.2 Data Flow
10.12 Control
10.12.1 Document Scanning Steps
10.12.1.1 AOC (Auto Offset Control)
10.12.1.2 AGC (Auto Gain Control): White Level Variation Adjustment
10.12.1.3 Shading Compensation
10.12.2 CCD Image Sensor Overview
10.12.3 System Configuration
10.13 Drive Transmission Route of ADF Motor
10.13.1 ADF Motor