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THE FOLLOWING ARE CORRECTIONS. SOME OF THESE HAVE ALREADY BEEN INCORPORATED INTO THE LATER PRINTINGS. WE HAVE NO WAY OF KNOWING WHAT CHANGES ARE IN YOUR BOOK. PLEASE GO THROUGH THE LISTS AND YOUR BOOKS TO BE SURE YOU ARE UP TO DATE.  Corrections are posted on our website.   WWW.intravia.com

Updated January 28, 2012  

Most Recent Corrections: It occurred to me that if you come back to the updated list, you would have to go through it to see what the newest corrections are.  So, I am now listing a reference to the corrections as they are made.  You can easily look at what is new and not have to go through the entire list.

You will have to go to the appropriate section (below) to see the corrections in detail.


 

Edition

Page

Machine

Date of change

14

Index

Refers back to Toshiba eS65

1/28/2012

14

215

Ricoh 7500

12/16/2011

13

60

Kyocera-Mita 1635

January 12, 2010

12

73

Kyocera-Mita 1815/1820

October 1, 2009

12

14

Canon IR-2016/2020

March 21, 2009

7

73

Minolta 4000/5000

Oct. 2008

13

36

Konica-Minolta bizhub 200/250/350

July 2008

13

186

Samsung SCX-5530

July 2008

13

71

Kyocera-Mita 3050/4050/5050

March 10, 2008

9

101

Minolta Di-250/350

Sept.

2007

12

258

Xerox® 118

August 12, 2007

10

113 & 114

Minolta Di152/183 Fax models

May 29, 2007

10

233

Toshiba E-studio 16/20/25

May 18, 2007

12

41

Konica-Minolta 1811

April 23, 2007

11

214

Sharp AR-168

March 2007

12

174

Samsung SCX-4016

February 2007

12

175

Samsung SCX-5112

December 2006

9

92 & 94

Minolta Di-181

January  2007

12

49

Konica-Minolta 2010/2510/3010/3510

November 2006

Color A

Various

Ricoh Aficio fuser resets

December 2006

11

207

Sharp AR-M160 (Toshiba E161 only)

September 2006

8

117

Mita 3030

July 2006

Edition

Page

Machine

Date of change

10

113, 114

Minolta Di152/183

May 2006

10

216

Sharp AR-153

April 2006

9

192, 197

Sharp AR-250-507

March 2006

10

233

Toshiba eStudio 16/20/25

October 2005

8

29

Konica 2223

October 2005

10th

48

Konica 7075

July 2005

10th

56

Kyocera-Mita 1505/1510/1810

July 2005

9

6

Canon GP-200/IR-210

March 2005

9

6

Canon GP-200/IR-210

March 2005

9

19

Canon IR-330/400

February 2005

8

179

Sharp AR-280/285/335

February 2005

 


 

Corrections to 14th edition. 

Index/Cross Reference: 10th thru 14th editions. Color-A & B indexes. I have mistakenly listed the Toshiba E-studio 55/65 as being the same machine as the Estudio 550/650 (10th edition). The 55/65 share much with the 550/650 but are not identical . Also, the Sharp AR-650/800 is listed as being the same as the ES-650/800. It is not, but it may be the same machine as the ES-65. One crucial difference is the fuser. Some models use heat lamps whereas others use a heating element.

 

Page 215. Ricoh Aficio 5500/6500/7500 part numbers after “main motor” are all one column off. We can fax or email you the correction page, or you can make a note/arrow on the page showing that each part after main motor (beginning with microswitch) is matched to the part number above it. E.G. microswitch is really 1204 2521. This is the same for all the other parts on that page, from that point on. Note. If the book you receive has page number 215B instead of 215, then it has already been fixed in your copy.  12/16/2011

Corrections to 13th edition. 

Page 36: Konica-Minolta bizhub200/250/350. Fuser trouble code reset procedure. Must go to initial mode. Remove compact flash cover on top right side of machine. Press “warm restart” switch. When display shows a “.” on the left side, press “3.” Enter the service code; default is 8 zeros 000 000 00.  Press “End.” Shut power and turn back on.

If you don’t know the service code that is bad because it cannot be reset but would require replacing the RAMS board, which the factory manual says is not available.  7/2008.

Page 60:  Kyocera-Mita 1635. The very first part number is wrong. Bypass clutch part number should be 2FT27031, not 2FT727…. 1/12/2010.

Page 71: Kyocera-Mita 3050/4050/5050. While in simulation mode, to make a test copy, there is no “interrupt” on the screen when in simulation. Press the “System menu” key and then press “Start” to make a test copy. 3/10/2008.

Page 184: Samsung SCX-5530. Similar machines; add Dell MFP1815dn. 10/15/2008.

Page 186: Samsung SCX-5530. To enter service mode, you  have to press “Menu” again at the end,  in place of “#”. Also, the “tech” will not necessarily display at the time you expect it. Exact procedure is “Menu, #, 1, 9, 3, 4, Menu.” 7/20/2009

 

10th, 11th & 12th editions: Not a correction, just a note.  The Canon IR-2220/2830/3530 are considered identical to the IR-2200/2800/3300 (in the 10th edition).  No pages added, but use 10 for all information.  The Canon 5020/6020 is nearly identical to the 5000/6000 (in 11th).  The 12th edition has one page with a few part numbers and other minor differences.  The Kyocera-Mita 2020 is nearly identical to the 1620 (in 11th).  The 12th edition has one page with a few part numbers and other minor differences.  In each of these cases the earlier edition has all the information needed for service purposes.  8/3/2006.

Corrections to 12th edition. 

Page 14: Canon IR-2016/2020. Part number for DADF-P1 separator roller is a typo. Correct number is FG3-4044. FC3 is a mistake. 3/21/2009.

Page 41: Konica-Minolta BizHub Di-1811. Fuser separator pawls (top of page) part number should be

4721 5720 02. it is listed as …5702.. 4/23/07.

Page 49: Konica-Minolta Di2010/2510/3010/3510.  To enter service mode, after the usual steps, you may have a screen that goes blank.  If so, enter eight zeros (000 000 00) and then press “End.”  This applies to some, but not all of these models.  You might have to press the “accessibility” key.  Go figure!  11/17/2006.

Page 73: Kyocera-Mita 1815/1820. Method to enter simulation procedure was wrong as was our first correction. The procedure appears to be different if you are already in an error code (or maybe just in a fuser code. In fuser error code, do this.

Shut power off and open top cover. Turn power on, Press “System/menu counter” key. Press “Enter” key.  After that, follow the steps on page 74 for U163.  If no error code present, Press “System/menu counter” key. Scroll to “Service” with up/down arrow keys. While pressing “Start” and “#” keys, press “Enter.” Scroll to “Maintenance.”. Press “Start” (or maybe “Enter.”) Enter the code number. October 2009.

Page 174: Samsung SCX-4016: Some models, possibly only those without fax capability, do not have a numbered key pad.  To enter service mode on those, here is the correct procedure, which must be done very quickly: Menu, upper level, left arrow, right arrow, upper level, enter.

Page 175: Samsung 5112.  The correct part number for Xerox® C20/M20 fuser is 104N36.  some books list it as 104N36S, which is a mistake.  Delete the “S.”

Page 258: Xerox® 118. Error code S1-0000 is listed as “cartridge error.” That should be “Carriage error” indicating a problem with scan, scan cable, etc. August 2007.

Page 258: Xerox 118 series.  During first printing, it was discovered that the Xerox® 118 series part numbers were omitted.  This will affect only the first 300 books.  All are being shipped with the part numbers added on the last few pages of the book.  Nothing is missing.

Corrections to Color  Edition A.

Page.  Go to pages 85, 99, 112, 124 and 136.  All color Ricoh models. I left out the number “5” in the fuser reset procedure. For all of the Ricohs, to reset fuser errors, use SP5-810.  The “5-” was omitted. Please pencil it in.  Note that some require SP5-810-1.

Corrections to 11th edition.

Page 207  Toshiba E-studio 161 version of Sharp AR-M160.  Entering simulations is different than Sharp’s.  Press Clear, Exposure, Clear, Exposure.

Page 214, Sharp AR-168. These codes are missing.

41: Sub code 06: OC float level. Resets document feeder settings.  Press “Enter/Start.”  Adjustment is automatic.

43: Sub code 01: Fuser temperature adjustments for normal copy. Values of 0-8 increase temperature by 5 degrees for each. 0 is 160. 8 is 200.

43: Sub code 04: Fuser temperature adjustments for long runs copy. Values of 0-5 increase temperature by 5 degrees for each. 0 is 155. 5 is 180.

Corrections to 10th edition.  Index: Page xxiii.  Xerox XC23, DC220/230, XC33/33D should all be changed from XC to DC.

Index:  Page xxiii.  Xerox 5830 should be added right after 5828, 8th edition.

Page 14 and page 22.  Canon IR machines.  The “*” key in simulations is supposed to be the “additional functions” key, as shown on page 2.  This is the key that looks like a face with an asterisk in it.  It is possible that the front door and fuser door have to be open to enter the service modes. The “additional functions” key may apply to some Canons in earlier editions as well. 11/22/04

Page 48.  Konica 7075.  Developer replacement.  Cross out the “Extremely important note.”  Replace it with “Go to 36 mode L detect after replacing developer.”  7/05

Page 53: Konica 7075. 25 mode.  Dipswitch 3: Bit 0 set both to 0 for regular toner supply.

Bit 1 is to clear service call problems (such as fuser).  1 is latched.  0 is unlatched.  Default is 0.  I believe you set to 1 to clear error and then back to 0 to run machine.

Page 56: KM-1505/1510/1810.  In Drum replacement, the sentence that begins “Remove four screws…”  Change that to  “Remove drum blade spring, two screws in the front and two screws in the rear of the cleaner unit and rotate cleaner unit away from the developer unit to access drum.”  Also in the developer replacement paragraph below that.  Cross out the sentence that says  “My choice is to remove drum first.”  It is too much work.  12/31/04

Page 57:  K-M 1505/1510/1810.  Add this item and part number somewhere.  Cleaner unit seal blade  2A193040   11-8.  This is on the left side of the cleaner unit, in addition to the developer seal blade on top of the developer unit.

Pages 113 & 114: Minolta Di152/183.  To enter service modes on “F” models, there is no “meter counter” key.  On those machines, you press the “Confirm” or “Utility” key.  Change this in four places on those two pages. Also, on these “F” machines if you get M1 or M2 maintenance code display, they are reset in “data clear” mode, not in counter mode. M2 is reset by clearing consumables counter (40k, counts down).  M1 is reset by clearing maintenance counter. (5/07).

 

Page 216: Sharp AR-122/153/157.  To reset PM, simulation 20, sub-code 1.  Sub-code was omitted.  4/06

Page 233: Toshiba E-Studio 16/20/25.  Change part number of fuser thermistor.  Correct part number is 4420 5189000.  10/27/05

Page 233: Toshiba E-Studio 16/20/25.  Change part number of fuser thermal switch.  Correct part number is 4130 6532000. Manual location is 9-30 (not 9-32).  5/18/07

 

Corrections to 9th edition.    Most below done in rev 4 (2/05)

Table of contents: Kyocera-Mita 5055/6060.  See page 66 (Konica 7060/7150.)  1/09/02. Done in rev 1.

Index: Page ix.  Pencil in Lanier 5216, page 168 = Sharp AR-161.  Lanier 5220, page 168 = Sharp AR-200. 7/02. Rev 2.

Index: Page xix.  Xerox XC23, XC220/230, XC33/33D should all be changed from XC to DC.

Page 2: Canon C130/NP7130/PC900 series. Stack feed bypass parts.  Stack bypass pickup roller: FB1-7303. Stack bypass separator pad: FB2-5210.  Stack bypass tray on machine: FB2-5175.  Stack bypass tray flap:  FB2-5177.

Page 2: Canon C130/NP7130/PC900 series. Print switch part number is  WC2-5102.

Page 5: Canon GP200/IR210.  When replacing drum, shut power first.  Cross out that stuff about function and execute.  3/19/03

Page 6: Canon GP200/IR210: Paper feed roller.  Cross out FF9-1614 and replace with  FF5-4634.  3/3/05.

Page 6: Canon GP200/IR210.  Paper exit sensor photointerrupter.  Change number from FH7-3712 (wrong) to FH7-7312 (corrected)  3/9/05.

Page 6: Canon GP200/IR210.  Delete 100 volt fuser (FG5-6261).  That is not a US part.  1/8/04  (not in new revision.)

Page 16: Canon C210. For service mode, change “user mode” key to “additional function” key twice in the first line. 9/02

Page 19:  Canon IR330/400.  Paper feed pickup tire assy (4th item down) is a mistake.  That is the paper feed assy. X out “tire.” 2/10/05

Page 19:  Canon IR330/400.  Paper feed separator roller.  Two are needed; one for each cassette.  2/10/05

Page 20: Canon IR330/400.  To reset web error code 005, you must first reset web counter in "Counter" mode.  Go to COUNTER, then to "MISC," then to "FIX-WEB." 4/2/02. Rev 2.  Also, change description from “Fuser belt is used up,” to “Fuser web/cleaner belt is used up.” (10/03)

Page 22: Canon IR330/400. To enter service mode, the “*” key you must press is in the “additional functions” section, not on the regular key pad.  12/19/02.

Page 40: Canon NP6050.  To reset web error code 005, you must also go to service mode 4 to “error.”7/02 Rev 2.

Page 82:  K-M 2310.  Drum replacement.  Sentence that says "Remove 2 screws…."  Change that to "Remove 2 left side plates.  Don’t lose screw retainers; they fall out. When handling unit, try not to turn over (to avoid toner in charge corona.")  10/12/01. Done in rev 1.

Page 94:  Minolta Di181.  Add this error code.  COF30  ATDC sensor problem (toner sensor.) 8/02  

Page 92 & 94:  Minolta Di181.  Simulation procedure.  You must also press “STOP” after the “meter count” key to get into simulation.  Pencil that in after meter count and before “Press 0.”        6/03         Also. When you enter the service mode, you must press the number of the function after pressing “1.”  For example, to do developer calibration (F8) you have to press meter count, stop, 0, 0, stop, 0, 1 then 1, then start, then you will see “F” and then you would enter 8.  1/31/07   

Also. When you enter the service mode, you must press the number of the function after pressing “1.”  For example, to do developer calibration (F8) you have to press meter count, stop, 0, 0, stop, 0, 1 then 1, then start, then you will see “F” and then you would enter 8.  1/31/07     

 

Page 101: Minolta Di250/350.  To access “warm restart,” press switch through access hole (which is just left of the dark/light contrast lever) with a straightened paper clip. The hole is near the LCD contrast on the right side of the operation panel, to the left of the lever. Wait until the “.” (dot) displays, which takes 15-30 seconds or so.  Then press (and hold) “3”.  Press “Trouble Reset” to clear error codes.  Sept. 2007.

Page 143: Ricoh Aficio 450 toner lockout:  Go to SP mode 2-801 (ID sensor.)  Shut power and when you turn back on it will be reset.  Same procedure for hard drive error, but use hard drive simulation.  5/25/03

Page 181: Sharp AR-151/156/F152.  Error code E7-01.  Change to “Cancel with simulation 26-39.  Set to “2.”  3/19/03.

Page 186: Sharp AR-162.  1st cassette and 2nd cassette pickup tires.  The number is wrong.  Those tires are not available separately.

Page 189 & 190: Sharp AR-162.  Simulations 20 and 42 both require “sub code 1” to reset PM & developer lights.  6/03

Page 192 & 197: Sharp AR-250-507.  Simulation entry procedure.  Instead of “Clear” key it might be “Clear All” (CA) key.  3/06  NOT IN REV 5.

Page 206: Toshiba 2570/3580.  0 & 5 mode; simulations 205-240 required the developer unit to be removed and the jig to be installed.

Page 226: Xerox® 212/214.  Fuser reset procedure in simulation 401.  After pressing “start,”  you must also then press “stop,”  and then shut power, wait 10 seconds and turn machine back on. 6/03

Corrections to 8th edition. 

Page xvii of index. Toshiba 2050 is on page 142, not page 124

Page ix of index.  Pencil in Lanier 5216 & 5220  same as Sharp AR-160 & AR-200. 11/12/00.

Index: Page xviii.  Xerox XC23, XC33/33D should be changed from XC to DC.

Page 1. Canon C250/C330/NP6330. Pencil in "ADF little motor:  FF2-5903."  7/02 Rev 2.

Page 6.  Canon C250/C330/NP6330.  Last section.  Counters mode.  Substitute "additional functions" for "user mode." Rev 2.

Page 29.  Konica 2223.  Part number of fuser thermistor (towards front) was wrong.  It should be 25HA88022.  10/27/05.

Page 30.  Konica 2223. Trouble code F09. Must be cleared with 25 mode, code 49. Set to "0." 4/11/01.  Rev 2.

Page 45.  Konica 7033/7040.  Developer calibration.  Add “Select HV adjustment” right after 36 mode. 

Go to 36 mode. select “HV Adjustment.”  Do “L detection adjustment.”  Press “start.” 

You should see “OK.”  Do not rotate developer in opposite of normal direction. 11/03

Page 46.  Konica 7033/7040: Part number for fuser cleaner roller A is wrong.  Change it to 55GA53110.

Page 47:  Konica 7033/7040.  change F34, F35 & F36 reset to dipswitch 3 (reads as softswitch 1). 2/4/05.

Page 53. Konica 7050. Cross out the paragraph that says to go to 36 mode for CVR adjustment for copy quality.  Copy quality adjustments are in 47 mode. 02 for charge corona (Press "P" Use number keys to change value and press "P" key to lock in.  07 for charge corona  grid voltage (Press "start print." Use number keys to change value and press "P" key to lock in.  11 for bias voltage (Press "P Use number keys to change value and press "P" key to lock in.  (12/14/00) Rev 2.

Page 61. Konica 7410 part number of fuser gear & idler gear. One of them is 25VE77010, the other is 25VE77100. We have received conflicting info.  I suppose you need to order both to be safe. 01/27/02 Rev 2.

Page 65: Minolta 1030-1031F. Correct part number for fuser heat roller is  1159-5750-02 7/03.

Page 68. Minolta 1030-1031F.  In tech rep choice, for c5 & c6, you must be in "Auto Exposure."  10/1/01 Rev 2.

Page 72: Minolta 1070. 1st line.  Change Hold down panel reset key for 3 seconds to Hold down panel reset key for 6 seconds. Rev 2.

Page 75:  Minolta 1085/2030. Automatic exposure adjustment. Should read  stop 0 0 stop 1 1.   or else stop 0 0 stop 0 1 1.  10/27/05

Page 78:  Minolta 1085/2030. To enter simulations.  Add an additional “1” to get in.  stop 0 0 stop 0 1 1.   10/04

Page 102: Mita 1515.  To enter simulation, front door must be open.  3/20/01. Rev 2.

Page 105. Mita 1860/2360. Part numbers of developer gears; 19t & 17t should read 34914200 & 34914210. Mistakenly printed as 348-----. 8/10/00

Page 117: Mita 3030.  Last simulation on page, 326 is a typo.  That should be 328.  7/27/06

Page 134. Ricoh Aficio 200/250. Simulation procedure. Press "Clear modes" key, not "clear/stop." I am told it may require pressing 2-3 times. 8/9/00 Rev 2.

Page 151: Ricoh 4622/4822.  Paper feed section 1 is the bypass, not the cassette.  For cassette paper feed, you should use four each of the part number listed for paper feed pickup rollers for each cassette.  Order eight rollers to rebuild both paper feeds.  5/25/03

Page 163.  Sharp AL-1000 etc.  Fuser thermal switch correct part number has last digit changed to "2."  Should be  CTHM-0019FC52. 7/02 Rev 2.

Page 168.  Sharp AR 160.  Equivalent machines.  Pencil in "Lanier 5216 & 5220." 11/12/00

Page 169. Sharp AR 160. Fuser roller drive gear part number should read NGERHO540FCZ1 (0 not Q). 6/1/01.  Rev 2.

Page 169. Sharp AR 160. Add this part number.  Developer seal blade PSEL-0001YSZ1  (AE) 7/02 Rev 2.

Page 170.  Sharp AR 160. Correct heat lamp part number is  RLMPU0006QSZZ (change the 7 to a 6.) 1/17/02.

Page 172. Sharp AL 1600-1670. To enter simulation. Different keys than AR machines. Press "Clear, Exposure, Clear, Exposure." All should be the same after that. You must use 22-5 to read total count. Some simulations require "Print" to be pressed twice. 8/11/00 & 11/12/00. Rev 2.

Page 173.  Sharp AR160-200, AL1600-1670.  Simulation 20; add sub code 1 to clear PM counter. Rev 2.

Page 174. Sharp AR160-200. Simulation 64 applies to all. Cross out "200." 7/15/00 Rev 2.

Page 179: Sharp AR-280/285/335.  Simulation procedure at top of page, may require you to press “Execute” after or in place of “Start.”  Feb. 05.

Page 210.  Xerox XC23 etc.  Copy quality adjustment.  Add "VR1 on main board on rear of machine." 4/30/01. Rev 2.

Page 220.  Xerox 5624, 5824, 5828, 5830. Note: To clear fuser errors, you must, at some point "P" scroll to "Routines." 7/02 Rev 2.

 

Corrections to 7th edition:

Table of contents & Index. List Mita 2355 with Mita 1856

Index. Add Canon 6012/F in 6th edition page 5.

Index. Add Gestetner 2713 in 7th edition, page 132. Cross reference is Ricoh 3513.

Index. Add Panasonic 7718 in 7th edition, page 114.

Page 43:  Konica 3240/3340 developer calibration.  F3 button is not marked.  It is below the display and is the third button from the left. 12/21/04.

Page 58. Minolta 1083/2010: Developer is added through toner port, which was only a guess previously.(6/99)

Page 75. Minolta 4000/5000. To adjust registration, scroll to “Factory Setting” Adjust 1/2 (meaning page 1 of 2, not one half). (10/08). Add “Factory Setting” in front of function on page 73.

Page 109: Panasonic 7713/7715. To enter service mode, press these three keys, in sequence, continuing to hold each as you press the others. Paper tray, zoom down, 1. To exit service mode, press these three keys, in sequence, continuing to hold each as you press the others,  Paper tray, zoom down, clear/stop.  5/25/03

Page 115, 116 & 121. Panasonic 7718-7735.  Add trouble code U14 on page 115:  Toner waste bottle full.  For User preset mode access code, use 0,0,0. On page 121, F8-08 should be F8-09.  4/15/01

Page 116. Panasonic 7718-7735. Also, probably do the same for the Panasonic 7742/50. To enter service mode, press these three keys, in sequence, continuing to hold each as you press the others. "User preset" "Original size 11x17" "3". To exit service mode, you may have to use the sequence listed, rather than pressing simultaneously, as listed in the book. (4/2000).  I have also been told that to exit the "F" modes, you need to hold down the "user preset" & "stop/clear" keys at the same time.

Page 120.  Panasonic 7718-7735.  Resetting PM will also require resetting Fuser Web Count (F7-26).  Apparently, do F7-26, and exit simulation.  Than do F7-26 again and enter 80,000 to shut service wrench symbol.  11/12/00

Page 132: Ricoh 3513/3713. Paper feed pickup rollers.  You need to order one each of the following (each includes two ˝ moon rollers.)  A203 2632 and A203 2635 1/04.

Page 135. Ricoh 3513/3713. Outputs. After pressing "9", press "Auto ID." Further down the page. After output 10, the next two (toner motor and registration clutch) should be numbered 11 & 12. Likewise, Exposure lamp and Total counter are numbers 20 & 21.

Page 137. When doing developer calibration, cover the glass with clean white paper first. (6/99)

Page 143 Ricoh 4015,. Simulation 93. The ??? are to be replaced by "Exposure darken key" and by "Auto Image Key." (5/99)

Page 145: Ricoh 4022/4522. Developer calibration. Lots of changes. Very important. Press "Clear/stop." Press "1". Press "0" Press "7". Press and hold "Clear/stop" for 3 seconds. Press "Clear/stop" again, briefly. "Press "2" Press "Enter" Press "2" Press "1" Press "4" Press "Enter" Press "Start". Machine will now run and set up developer. (5/1/2000). Note: previous version of this correction listed this procedure for 4015; that was a mistake. This is for 4022. 4015 was ok.

Page 170.  Sharp 2216 has different PM cycle settings in simulation 21.  0 is 60,000 copies.  1 is 30K, 2 is 10K, 3 is 5K, 4 is 2500 copies (2.5K.)  5 is no PM indicator.  3/8/02

Page 175: Sharp 2025/2030/2040: Exposure adjustment.  Add this.  Press “scroll display” button (next to digit display) to move cursor to AE1. Set AE1 to {0.”  Set AE5 between 560 and 620 for best copy quality.  Press “CA” to exit.  5/03.

Page 176. Sharp 2030, 2040 & maybe others. H5-01 code is a fuser problem not listed in factory manual either. To reset, use simulation 14.  12/03

Page 187: Sharp 2314. Simulation 30 should be added in front of Sub code 1 in middle of page to test sensors and switches. (9/00)

Page 187. Simulation 42. C00C 42, Print, then press "0" "0" then print. Completely cross out the two sub codes listed below that. They were mistakenly pasted in during final editing and do not apply to that machine at all. (2/2000).

Page 190. Sharp Z810. In copy quality adjustment, cross out the last sentence that begins "To make the easiest……"

Page 191. Sharp Z810. User simulations do not apply to Xerox®.

Page 192. Sharp Z810.  Simulation 22-12 checks drum count.  Not 23-12. 9/02.

 

Corrections to 6th edition.


 

Page 5: Canon PC710-770 and 6012 Reset procedure pins. For PC copiers the pins are JP1 & JP2. For 6012 and C120, the pins are JP3 & JP4. Also, the main board (DC controller) is in the top front of the machine, not the rear. Note that top of pages 5, 6,7 you should change 6212 to 6412. Actually I should, but I don’t know where your book is.

Page 9: Canon C160 and NP6016. First line of copy quality adjustment. "Knob inside front on left." For PC850 there is a slide control.

Page 9: Add this somewhere that you can see it. To read total counter on PC850, enter service mode. Press "6". Press "AE." Press "6" "0" "3". Press "Start." You will get a 3 digit display. Multiply by 100 for a reading. 657 = 65,700 copies (between 65,700 & 65799 actually).

Page 15: Canon 6025/6030. "*" key might be under the special features panel.

Page 22: Canon NP6060. Very last line. Waste toner. Cross out "rear of machine."

Page 23. Konica 1015. F26 Toner adjustment problem mode. Go to 47 mode; 51.

Page 24. Konica 1015. P26. Must adjust TDS in 47 mode, 51.

Page 26. Konica 1015. In 47 mode, output 51 is developer calibration. "51" will flash as machine cycles for about 3 minutes. When it stops flashing, calibration is complete.

Page 27. Konica 1015.

Trouble code 26: Toner sensor problem. This means the machine is undertoned. To repair, replace the developer and enter "47" mode. Press 51. Press Print. Allow the machine to cycle until it stops. Some feel that you should disconnect the toner motor first. This code happens, probably because either the machine wasn’t set up properly, or because the customer kept using the machine when the toner light was on.

Developer calibration: After changing developer, enter "47" mode, output 51. Press "Print." Display will flash 51 and machine will cycle for about 3 minutes. If this is not done at 40K developer cycle, machine will often (maybe always) go into a code 26 and will not operate.

Outputs in 47 mode that were omitted in first printing. If you are missing them, call and we will fax you the corrected page.

Page 32: Not a correction, just a clarification since it was not pointed out.

Konica 3135, 4145, 4155, 4255 have no developer calibration required.

Page 38: Minolta 1080/1081: Squeeze this in somewhere. Reset switch on PWB-A. Can also jumper PJ22 or jumper Memory to GND, or Total to GND.

Page 56. Mita 1256/1257. Where it says Ub, change the word "can" to "might". Meaning you might be able to reset, by replacing fuse or turning drum through a revolution. Add the following trouble codes. OF: Replace drum and developer units (entire process unit} on 1256. U1: total counter.

C72 could also be blank lamp. PF is paper feed. AP means adding toner while machine is idling.

Page 57. There might be a simulation 59 for trail edge void.

Page 79. Panasonic 7113. To enter service mode, press "paper tray" "Zoom down" and "1"

simultaneously. To exit service mode, you may have to press these 4 keys, not just the 3 in the book. "Paper tray" "Zoom down" "1" "Clear/stop."  That procedure may be wrong.   The following may be the correct one. To enter service mode, press these three keys, in sequence, continuing to hold each as you press the others. Paper tray, zoom down, 1. To exit service mode, press these three keys, in sequence, continuing to hold each as you press the others.  Paper tray, zoom down, clear/stop.  5/26/03

 

Page 83. Ricoh 3013/3213: Developer calibration.

Enter SP mode . Close platen cover. Press "7". Press and hold "Clear/stop" until "." displays in the top left. Press "Clear/stop". "5" will display. Press "6". Press "5". This might be done with the quantity decrease (-) key. Press "Auto image density Key". "50" will display. Press "Start".

Page 95:Ricoh 4215/4220/4222: Developer replacement. In the explanation, add. Turn dipswitch 101-4 on. "5" will flash in display. Press "6". Press "5." Press Print. Machine will run for several minutes and when done will return to normal mode. Note that this is the 2nd correction to this particular machine’s developer calibration and supercedes the previous one. (4/99)

Page 117: Sharp 2014 group of machines. To reset drum counter. Use simulation 24-007

Page 119: Sharp 2014 simulations. To enter a sub code, key in the number of the sub-code, and then press "Print."

Page 120: Sharp 2214 document feeder registration adjustment:  Simulation 50; sub code 01: Press paper select button until both cassette indicators light.  10/18/01

Page 130: Sharp 2116/2118. Near top of page. Change "Sub code 30." To Simulation 30, sub code 1. (9/00)

Page 141: Toshiba 1340/1350. 0 & 8 mode. After "Enter the new value", it should read "using the 1 and 7 keys." Also, note that you can make a test copy by pressing 3 & 4 keys simultaneously.

Page 145: Toshiba 1650/2050 C7 reset. 87 should read 89.

Page 148: Toshiba 1340/1350: C7 fuser problem is reset with 0 & 8 mode, code 89.  Replace 0&5 with 0&8. 1/12/01.

Page 153: Toshiba 3550/4550/6550. Very important. Developer calibration. Cross out the part of the sentences that says "….full cycle. When it finishes…." We have found that this can cause major problems. The cycle should be watched, adjusted and terminated, within 2-3 minutes.

Page 159: Toshiba 3550/4550/6550: 80 phone number. Add the following. "Press clear to erase. Press "Interrupt". Press "Print" to lock in new number.

Page 160: Xerox 5312/13/14: Copy quality adjustment. After pressing "start" machine will start to make copies. While it is making these 10 copies, change the value with the "0" or "5" keys. 5/00.

Wherever  you can fit this.  Probably stick inside back cover and make a note at the beginning of the Xerox 5340 section.  10/15/01. 6th  edition: Xerox 5337, 5340, 5343, 5450, 5352 fuser web reset.  Note that some earlier 5340s and 5350s did not require a procedure other than replacing the web.  However, on most models of this group, code 10-320 will display at 250,000 copies.  Procedure:  Hold "Job Interrupt" button & 5 key while turning on power.  Enter 4 digit access code (default code is 8765.)  this will not show in the display.  If this code does not work, and you cant get the correct code, do the following.  Get total copy count by pressing "Review" button on console and then pressing "Billing meter" on touchscreen.  Use the last 4 digits of the total count backwards, as the access code.  Note that reading the screen will be rather difficult due to the trouble code flashing at you.  Once you see the status code screen, press "stop" twice to display the diagnostic screen. Press the HFSI button. Press "Ovr. Thresh" to bring up HFSIs  (high frequency service items) which are over the threshold. Using arrows, scroll down to web count.  Press "Reset Item."  Press "Print" to lock in.  Next, select the "DC Routine" screen.  Enter "131." Press "Print" to lock in.  Press "M/C/Set" button.  Press "Print" to confirm reset.  To exit diagnostics, press "Service info.  Touch "Cal Close."  Choose "Quick Exit."  Thanks to Britt at Parts Drop (201)387-7776

Cross reference: Page 178. Add Lanier 6112, cross references to Toshiba 1210, which is similar.

Page 180. Cross out Panasonic 1780 reference to 5th edition. It is correctly listed with the 1680 for the 6th edition.


 

 


 

CORRECTIONS TO 5TH EDITION

Page 4. Canon 3050. Counter mode reset. Cheat interlock. Actuate service switch. You will see a "$" sign in the display. Press *. Press 6. Press *. Scroll through display (using exposure keys) until you get the counter you want (such as "Web"). Press "Clear/stop" and service switch simultaneously. Remove cheater. January 1998.

Page 7: Canon 3325. Add the following to the bottom of the page. "To clear counter, such as web reset. Actuate service switch (with door interlock cheated). Press (*) Press (6) Press (*). Next, press the following keys simultaneously. *, 0, Clear/stop.               March 1997. Revision 3.

Page 15:  Konica 1018/2020/2028/3035 do not require any developer calibration or setup. However, the 4045 does and here is the procedure:  Place 11x17 clean white paper on glass. Insert empty 11x17 cassette.  Go to "36" mode. Enter "01." Select 11x17 paper (empty cassette.)  Take out of ADF mode.  Select 30 copies.  Press "Start."  After 30 copies (presumably 30 cycles) have finished, shut power and restore machine to normal.  9/13/01

Page 26: Minolta 2120-2151. "Toning up Procedure." Should read. "Hold down the Clear/stop key while turning on power. Toner/developer ratio can be changed in the choice mode." Changed July 94.

Page 28: Minolta 2120-2151. Under heading for "Display mode," delete "2150/2151." These apply to all models in this group, not just the 2150/2151. Changed July 94.

Page 42: Minolta 5320. Oil can indicates PM and fuser web reset.  Must do both. 3/15/02. Waste toner light reset:  Press tech switch inside front door on jam reset board.  Press “4.”  The first number to display is the PM count.  Push the switch again for the waste toner count.  Press “C” on control panel to clear.  Then enter 120,000.  5/26/03

Page 47: Mita 1415/1435/1455 developer calibration. After "Add the rest to the empty developer unit," this is what I have added, though this is kind of lengthy and I am sure you will make up your own version of it. "We keep hearing questions and opinions on ho to correctly calibrate developer on these. Developer is a different quantity than 1205/1255, but is the same material, as is the toner. The following procedure appears to work. Remove one rounded capful (Rounded, not heaping. This is not Nestles Quick.) of developer from the bottle. Add the rest to the developer unit and follow the rest of the procedure.

Page 47: Mita 1415/1435/11455: Replace copy quality adjustment with "Copy quality adjustment and registration adjustment apply only to the 1415. For the 1435 and 1455, see the simulation section.

1415 Copy Quality: Turn on dip switch 1-1 on main board. Adjust VR2 on main board for image at the center LED. Adjust VR3 for image on exposure setting (lighter copy). Note: Main board is located under the left "outrigger."

1435/1455 Copy Quality: Use simulation 24. Use zoom keys to change settings.

1415 Registration: VR4 on main board.

1435/1455 Registration: Simulation 58.   December 1994. Revision 2.

Page 48: Mita 1435 exposure adjustment. Sim 24. Press Print.  Press "All clear/reset."  Adjust as needed. press "stop/clear" to lock in.  This may be unclear in 5th edition. 03/15/02.

Page 49: Mita 1415/1435/1455: Dipswitch adjustments here are for 1415 only. December 1994.

Page 51: Mita 1855, 2155, 2156.

Under heading "Simulations" the procedure to enter simulation mode should read "Press 1087, 1087, Reset." Enter the number of the code you wish to use. Press "Print." July 1994. Revision 1.

Page 79: Panasonic 5060. By heading "PM Count Reset" procedure is "F5 Mode. "01", "Reset" If PM indicator is still lit, you may have to reset the fuser cleaning web. Use F5 mode. Press 9, 9, "Memory in" "Reset". Also, check or replace the fuser cleaning web at that time. To exit, press "Edging" "2 Page Copy" and "Reset" simultaneously (at the same time.) Note that the PM indicator is the picture of the technician. July 1994. Revision 1.

Page 85: Regarding Ricoh 3113/3313. I believe that to enter simulation, you do NOT press interrupt. If any problems here, use the procedure described above for the 6th edition, page 83, or follow the procedure in your 7th edition for the 3513 (page 133). 4/2000

Page 86: Ricoh 3113, 3313, 4415, 4418, 4421, 4427, 4727, 5433, 5733. Under heading "ERROR CODES," it should read the following: "Error codes will be accompanied by a symbol of a wrench in the display." July 1994. Revision Page 86: Ricoh 4427/4727 & maybe others. To clear waste toner code "E70."  Hold "1" & "3" while turning on power.  Press "8," Press "3".  Press "Enter." Press "1." Press "Enter." Turn power off and then back on again. 11/05/01.

Page 99: Minolta 5420 waste toner reset procedure.  Insert this stuff somewhere. Plenty of room on that page. 

10/12/01. To clear waste toner. Cheat door switch. Press switch 121-1. Press "4."  Press switch 121-1.  Press "Clear." Enter new countdown number (such as 25,000.) Press "Panel reset."

Page 117" Toshiba PM Reset Procedure. Change to read: PM read/reset. Hold 0 and 8 while turning on power. Enter 79. You will read the copies since the last PM. To reset, press "Print." Enter 00, Interrupt, 00, Interrupt, 00, Interrupt. Press 0 and 9 simultaneously to exit. March 1997. Revision 3.

Page 117. Toshiba 1710, etc. Copy quality adjustment. Should read the following. "Go to 0 and 5 mode." 8 was wrong. April 1997. Revision 3A.

Toshiba 1710 and probably all Toshibas. Under "C7" code the proper reset procedure is: "Hold 0 and 8 while turning on power. Enter 89. Display will show 3 (indicating fuser fault). Press 0, 0, interrupt. Turn power off for a few seconds and then back on. July 1994. Revision 1Page 122 Toshiba simulations. At simulation 89, it should read: "Hold 0 and 8 while turning power. Enter 89. Display will show "3." Press 0, 0, interrupt. Turn power off for a few seconds and turn back on. July 1994. Revision

Page 123. Toshiba 9230. Change the PM reset procedure to read the following. "PM read and reset: Hold 0 and 5 while turning machine on. Use code 79 to read current PM count and to reset PM count back to 0.


 

 

Corrections to Fax book 1st edition

4/29/05

Brother DCP1200 and probably others that don’t have fax function.  Use the 0 key in place of the * key.  Also, the “two second” thing is important.  You have to move fast.

Page 65: KM-F1050 and Panasonic UF-550/770/880.  To reset fuser after entering service mode (F, 7, * * * * ).  Press 1 and then 2.  it is, in effect, “12,” not “1-2” as described.  Then  it appears you press/select 001 then “start” then “6” for fuser, then press “1” and then keep pressing “Stop” until you are back to normal. 

Page 96 (Muratec 1200/1600). To enter service mode/test mode there is a step missing.  After pressing Program, you must press “*” before pressing 0.

Page 116 (Panasonic UF-585/595).  After pressing “Monitor” four times, press “*” to get into service mode.  The * was missing.  This might apply to other Panasonics as well.  Also, to reset fuser errors, you may have to follow the same procedure as explained above for 550 series machines.                                                                      Saved as faxcorrect`

 

 

 

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