Canon FAX L1000 user manual

User manual for the device Canon FAX L1000

Device: Canon FAX L1000
Size: 6,61 MB
Date of adding : 2014-08-01 12:36:57
Number of pages: 610
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REVISION 0
FAX-L1000 H12-1613 230V EC
FAX-L1000 H12-1614 230V UK
FAX-L1000 H12-1615 230V GER
FAX-L1000 H12-1617 230V FRN
FAX-L1000 H12-1618 230V AUS
FAX-L1000 H12-1619 230V AE
OPTION MEMORY VII (4MB) H11-4721
VERIFICATION STAMP UNIT1 H12-3162
YELLOW INK TO REFILL H12-3372
FOR VERIFICATION STAMP
PAPER FEED UNIT PF-52 R73-5006
ENVELOPE FEEDER EF-52 R73-5005
DUPLEX UNIT DU-52 R73-5004
FAX-L1000 ISDN KIT H11-5553
FAX-L1000 Printer Kit H11-5513
RAM DIMM MODULE
FAX-L1000 PostScript Kit H11-55

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Application This manual has been issued by Canon Inc. for qualified persons to learn technical theory, installation, maintenance, and repair of products. This manual covers all localities where the products are sold. For this reason, there may be information in this manual that does not apply to your locality. Corrections This manual may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors due to improvements or changes in products. When changes occur in applicable products or in the conten

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I. MEANINGS OF MARKS The marks used in this manual have the following meanings. Mark Meaning Indicates a general caution or warning, or otherwise to communicate the presence of a hazard. Warns of the possibility of an electric shock. Informs you of fire-related cautions. Warns against disassembly of parts. Informs you that the plug must be removed from the power outlet before starting an operation. Gives useful information to understand descriptions. NOTE Indicates sections to be read to obtain

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II. ABOUT THIS MANUAL This manual consists of the following five chapters, each providing appropriate information needed to service the product. Chapter 1: Safety and Precautions Provides cautions and warnings needed when servicing the product while ensuring safety, and explains the protective functions built into the product. Be sure to go through the descriptions. Chapter 2: Operating Instructions Shows how to operate the product correctly, while explaining how to use service data and switc

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III. REVISION HISTORY REVISION CONTENT 0 Original III

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IV. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Safety and Precautions Page 1 - 1 1. DANGER TO PERSONNEL 1 - 1 1.1 Electric Shock 1 - 2 1.1.1 AC line (AC 230V household current) 1 - 2 1.1.2 Telephone line 1 - 2 1.1.3 Printer high voltage terminal 1 - 3 1.2 High Temperature Parts 1 - 4 1.3 Fire 1 - 6 1.4 Moving and Rotating Parts 1 - 8 1.5 Laser Beams 1 - 10 2. DANGER TO EQUIPMENT 1 - 10 2.1 Handling the FAX 1 - 12 2.2 Storage and Handling of FX6 Toner Cartridge 1 - 12 2.2.1 Before unsealing the b

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Chapter 2: Operating Instructions 2 - 1 1. NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS 2 - 1 1.1 Main Unit Overview 2 - 4 1.2 Operation Panel 2 - 7 2. BASIC OPERATION 2 - 7 2.1 Copying 2 - 8 2.2 Telephone (Only possible where a handset or telephone are connected) 2 - 9 2.3 Transmission 2 - 10 2.4 Reception 2 - 11 3. SERVICE OPERATION FUNCTIONS 2 - 11 3.1 Report Output Function 2 - 11 3.1.1 User report output functions 2 - 13 3.1.2 Service report output functions 2 - 26 3.2 User Data Flowcha

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3 - 18 2.1.2 Option overview 3 - 19 2.1.3 Consumables 3 - 21 2.2 Mechanical Overview 3 - 21 2.2.1 Unit layout diagrams 3 - 21 2.2.2 Document and recording paper flow 3 - 23 2.2.3 Drive system layout 3 - 25 2.2.4 Electrical system layout 3 - 30 2.3 Scanner Section 3 - 30 2.3.1 Document feed section 3 - 35 2.3.2 Optical section 3 - 38 2.4 Paper Load Section 3 - 44 2.5 Printer Section 3 - 45 2.5.1 Paper feed/eject section 3 - 48 2.5.2 LASER/Scanner section 3 - 50 2.5.3 Toner cartridg

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4 - 7 2. CONSUMABLES REPLACEMENT 4 - 7 2.1 Toner Cartridge 4 - 7 2.2 Recording Paper 4 - 8 2.3 Stamp Ink 4 - 11 3. CLEANING 4 - 11 3.1 Main Unit 4 - 11 3.2 Document Pick-up Roller 4 - 11 3.3 Separation Roller (Upper) 4 - 11 3.4 Separation Roller (Lower) 4 - 11 3.5 Scanning Glass (Contact Sensor) 4 - 11 3.6 White Sheet 4 - 11 3.7 Document Feed Roller 1 4 - 11 3.8 Document Feed Roller 2 4 - 11 3.9 Document Eject Roller 4 - 13 3.10 Transfer Guide 4 - 16 3.11 Transfer Charging Roller

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5 - 43 2. SERVICE TOOLS 5 - 43 2.1 Printer Driver Tester 5 - 43 2.1.1 Outline 5 - 44 2.1.2 Explanation of LEDs and Switches 5 - 45 2.1.3. Operation 5 - 51 3. OPTION 5 - 51 3.1 Option Memory VII (4M-BYTE) 5 - 51 3.1.1 Safety and precautions 5 - 51 3.1.2 Service operations 5 - 57 3.1.3 Technical information 5 - 58 3.1.4 Maintenance and service 5 - 61 3.2 Verification Stamp Unit 5 - 61 3.2.1 Service operations 5 - 65 3.2.2 Maintenance and service 5 - 66 3.3 Paper Feed Unit PF-52 5 - 6

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5 - 209 3.8.2 Service operations 5 - 214 3.8.3 Technical Information 5 - 214 3.8.4 Maintenance and service 5 - 215 3.9 RAM DIMM Module 5 - 215 3.9.1 Safety and precautions 5 - 215 3.9.2 Service operations 5 - 217 3.9.3 Technical informations 5 - 218 3.9.4 Maintenance and service 5 - 219 3.10 FAX-L1000 Printer kit 5 - 219 3.10.1 Safety and precautions 5 - 219 3.10.2 Service operations 5 - 223 3.10.3 Technical informations 5 - 235 3.10.4 Maintenance and service IX

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V. ILLUSTRATION INDEX Chapter 1: Safety and Precautions Page 1 - 2 Figure 1 - 1 Printer High Voltage Terminal 1 - 3 Figure 1 - 2 High Temperature Parts 1 - 7 Figure 1 - 3 Moving and Rotating Parts 1 - 8 Figure 1 - 4 LASER beam warning label 1 - 9 Figure 1 - 5 Laser Shutter 1 - 10 Figure 1 - 6 Precautions 1 1 - 11 Figure 1 - 7 Precautions 2 1 - 13 Figure 1 - 8 Proper Way to Shake Cartridge 1 - 14 Figure 1 - 9 Cautions for Handling 1 - 17 Figure 1 - 10 Printer Section 1 - 18 Figure 1 -

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2 - 35 Figure 2 - 29 User Menu Settings (10/13) 2 - 36 Figure 2 - 30 User Menu Settings (11/13) 2 - 37 Figure 2 - 31 User Menu Settings (12/13) 2 - 38 Figure 2 - 32 User Menu Settings (13/13) 2 - 40 Figure 2 - 33 Slide Switch Location on NCU Board 2 - 40 Figure 2 - 34 Slide Switch Setting 2 - 42 Figure 2 - 35 Service Data Setting Method 2 - 43 Figure 2 - 36 Service Data (1/6) 2 - 44 Figure 2 - 37 Service Data (2/6) 2 - 45 Figure 2 - 38 Service Data (3/6) 2 - 46 Figure 2 - 39 Service D

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3 - 54 Figure 3 - 24 Drum Cleaning 3 - 55 Figure 3 - 25 High Voltage Terminals 3 - 56 Figure 3 - 26 Transfer 3 - 56 Figure 3 - 27 Separation 3 - 57 Figure 3 - 28 Fixing section 3 - 60 Figure 3 - 29 Function Block Diagram (1) 3 - 64 Figure 3 - 30 Function Block Diagram (2) 3 - 67 Figure 3 - 31 Component Block Diagram (1) 3 - 71 Figure 3 - 32 Component Block Diagram (2) 3 - 74 Figure 3 - 33 Transmission 3 - 76 Figure 3 - 34 Reception 3 - 79 Figure 3 - 35 Typical Protocol 3 - 86 Figure

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4 - 19 Figure 4 - 16 Cleaning Location 2 4 - 20 Figure 4 - 17 Preparation for Cleaning 1 4 - 20 Figure 4 - 18 Preparation for Cleaning 2 4 - 21 Figure 4 - 19 Cleaning Location 1 4 - 21 Figure 4 - 20 Cleaning Location 2 4 - 22 Figure 4 - 21 Preparation for Cleaning 1 4 - 22 Figure 4 - 22 Preparation for Cleaning 2 4 - 23 Figure 4 - 23 Preparation for Cleaning 3 4 - 23 Figure 4 - 24 Preparation for Cleaning 4 4 - 24 Figure 4 - 25 Preparation for Cleaning 5 4 - 24 Figure 4 - 26 Preparati

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5 - 61 Figure 5 - 14 External View 5 - 61 Figure 5 - 15 Attachment to the Main Unit 1 5 - 62 Figure 5 - 16 Attachment to the Main Unit 2 5 - 62 Figure 5 - 17 Attachment to the Main Unit 3 5 - 63 Figure 5 - 18 Attachment to the Main Unit 4 5 - 63 Figure 5 - 19 Attachment to the Main Unit 5 5 - 64 Figure 5 - 20 Flowchart of Changing SSSW 5 - 66 Figure 5 - 21 Moving and Rotating Parts 5 - 67 Figure 5 - 22 External View 5 - 69 Figure 5 - 23 Pickup Roller Initial Position 5 - 70 Figure 5 -

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5 - 144 Figure 5 - 64 System Data List (7/10) 5 - 145 Figure 5 - 65 System Data List (8/10) 5 - 146 Figure 5 - 66 System Data List (9/10) 5 - 147 Figure 5 - 67 System Data List (10/10) 5 - 148 Figure 5 - 68 System Dump List (1/3) 5 - 149 Figure 5 - 69 System Dump List (2/3) 5 - 150 Figure 5 - 70 System Dump List (3/3) 5 - 151 Figure 5 - 71 Dch Log Report 5 - 155 Figure 5 - 72 Bch Log Report 5 - 157 Figure 5 - 73 Component block diagram 5 - 159 Figure 5 - 74 Transmission Image Signal F

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Chapter 1 Safety and Precautions

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