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Mechanism

(CLX-3170 series)

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Agenda

  • General Specification
  • Process
  • Disassembly
  • Troubleshooting
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Ⅰ. General Specification

Objectives

  • Understanding the general specifications of CLX-3170,CLX-3170N.
  • Understandingof the feature of major elements.
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Ⅰ. General Specification

General

CLX-3175FN

Feature

CLX-3170FN

Size (WxDxH)

415x373x342mm

Weight(w Packing, Inc.Toner)

15.2 kg

Power

Consumption

Avg. Operation

350 W

Sleep mode

10W

Noise

Printing/Copy

48/52 db

Standby

27 db

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Ⅰ. General Specification

Print

CLX-3170FN

CLX-3175FN

Printing Type

Color Laser Printing

Printing Speed

Black 16 ppm(A4)/Color 4 ppm(A4)

Print Language

SPL-C (Samsung Printer Language)

FPOT

Cold

Approx. 45 seconds (Black)

Ready

Approx. 14 seconds (Black)

Memory

128 MB

Resolution

Color/Mono

1200 x 600 dpi

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Ⅰ. General Specification

Scan

CLX-3170FN

CLX-3170FN

Scan method

Color CIS

Scan Speed

Approx. 15 seconds

Halftone

256 Levels

Scan size

Max

Doc. width

216mm(8.5”)

Effective

Scan width

208mm(8.2”)

Scan to E-mail

Yes

Resolution

Color/Mono

4800 x 4800 dpi(Enhanced)

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Ⅰ. General Specification

Copy

CLX-3170

CLX-3170N

Copy Quality

Text, Text/Photo, Photo

Copy Speed (SDMC)

Black 16 cpm(A4)/Color 4 cpm(A4)

Zoom Range

50% to 200% for Platen

FCOT

Cold

Approx. 45 seconds (Black)

Ready

Approx. 18 seconds (Black)

Memory

128 MB

Resolution

Color/Mono

600 x 1200 dpi (Photo)

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Ⅰ. General Specification

Paper Handling

CLX-3170FN

CLX-3175FN

150 sheets

Capacity(20lb)

Main Tray

150 sheets

None

Manul Tray

None

Face Down:

100 sheets/20lb

Output Capacity

Face Down:

100 sheets/20lb

Software

Microsoft Windows :

2000/2003/

XP(Include 64bit),Vista

MacOS : 10.3,10.4

Supporting OS

Microsoft Windows :

2000/2003/

XP(Include 64bit),Vista

MacOS : 10.3,10.4

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Ⅰ. General Specification

CRU

CLX-3170FN

CLX-3170FN

Toner Kit(Std. Coverage)

Color(Y,M,C)

1,000 pages

1,000 pages

Mono

1,500 pages

1,500 pages

Waste Toner Tank

10,000 pages

10,000 pages

Image Unit

24,000 pages (Black)

24,000 pages (Black)

FRU

Fuser

50,000(C)/100,000(M) pages

50,000(C)/100,000(M) pages

ITB

100,000 images

100,000 images

T2 Roller

100,000 pages

100,000 pages

Pick-up Roller

50,000 pages

50,000 pages

100,000 pages

ADF rubber pad

100,000 pages

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Ⅱ. Process

Objectives

  • Understanding the basic structures and operating principle of each parts
  • Studying the printing process and electronic photo process
  • Comprehension of System Layout
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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

4 in 1 : CLX-3170FN/CLX-3175FN

Scan : Color CIS (1200 x 1200 dpi Optical)

Copy speed : SDMC(Single Document Multiple Copy)

16cpm/A4(B/W), 4cpm/A4(Color)

Copy Quality Selection : Text,Mixed,Magazine,Photo

The most small-sized domestic 4 in 1 MFP

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Ⅱ. Process

4

6

8

5

7

3

2

1

System Layout (CLX-3170FN/CLX-3175FN)

Paper Input (Cassette)

LSU (Laser Scanning Unit)

2

1

2nd Transfer Roller

Fuser

4

3

ITB (Intermediate Transfer Belt)

1st Transfer Roller

6

5

OPC (Organic Photo Conductor)

8

Toner Kits (Y, M, C, & K)

7

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

1. Cassette

Feeding Method : Cassette Type

Feeding Standard : Center Loading

Feeding Capacity : Cassette 150 Sheets(75g/㎡, 20lb Paper Standard) No Manual Feeder

Paper Detecting Sensor : Photo Sensor (Empty, Registration, Exit)

Paper Size Sensor : None

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

2. LSU (Laser Scan Unit)

Consisted of LD(Laser Diode) and Polygon Motor Control.

Error

Phenomenon

Polygon Motor Error

The Rotation of Polygon Motor can not reach stable.

Hsync Error

Though the rotation of Polygon Motor reach stable,

the signal of Hsync is not occurred.

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

3. 2nd Transfer Ass’y

The life span: Print over 100,000 sheets (in 15~30 ℃)

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

4. Fuser Ass’y

Heat Lamp : Similar toCLP-300 series

Heat Roller : Similar toCLP-300 series

2 Pressure Roller : Similar toCLP-300 series

Thermistor : Temperature-Measuring Device

Thermostat : Critical Temperature-Detecting Device

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

5&6. ITB (Intermediate Transfer Belt) & 1st Transfer Roller

The life span : Print over 100,000 Images

The ITB unit includes 1st Transfer Roller

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

7. OPC (Organic Photo-Conductor)

The life span: Print over 24,000 Images

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

8. Toner Kits

The life span: Color → 1000 images (Standard Coverage Print-Out)

Black → 1500 images (Standard Coverage Print-Out)

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Ⅱ. Process

System Layout

9. Driver Ass’y

Power is delivered by gearing of Drive Ass’y.

By driving the motor, it supplies the power to the feeding unit, the fusing unit, and the distributing unit.

Main Motor is similar to BigBang Main Motor.

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Ⅱ. Process

10. SCANNER LAYOUT : Flatbed Layout

(CIS movement section)

(FLATBED GLASS SIZE)

(SHEET SHADING)

(CIS sensing location for ADF Copy)

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Ⅱ. Process

11. SCANNER LAYOUT : ADF Layout

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

Objectives

  • Practicing the skill of disassembly and assembly.
  • Understanding the basic structures of major part.
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Ⅲ. Disassembly

1. Covers

2

1

- Remove the Cassette forward.

- Open the Front Cover and then Remove

the Toner Kit and ITB.

(Before removing ITB, pull out the connector.)

3

- Caution

Don’t touch the Belt of WTB and keep free from dust.

It can make Engine trouble.

- Removed condition

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

1. Covers

4

6

4

5

1

3

2

Unscrew 1 point of the back of the Right Cover.

Put the main switch ‘ON’ and then remove the Right

cover.

Remove the Rear Cover.

7

5

4

3

2

1

Remove the Left Cover.

Remove the Cover Cable and connector.

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

2. Scan/ADF-Unit

1

3

- Unplug 4 connectors from Main PBA.

(Scan-Motor, OPE, FFC of CIS,ADF Cable)

- Remove the Cover-Jam by raising the Scan unit.

2

4

- Raise the Scan Unit and remove a Holder-Link by

pushing both side of the Link.

- Remove the Scan unit by raising perpendicularly.

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

3. ADF-Unit

1

3

- Remove a Cover-Connector, unplug the

connector and pull the hinges upward.

- Disassembled condition.

2

- Unscrew 6 points. (Yellow circle)

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

3. ADF-Unit

6

4

- Disassemble yellow circle.

5

- Disassembled condition of the Cover-Pick up.

- Disassembled condition of the Cover Open Assy.

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

4. Scan-Unit

1

3

- Unplug 2 Connectors.

- Push out the Holder-Sheet by using sharp tool.

4

2

- Disassemble by lifting up the OPE ASSY.

- Unscrew 2 points.

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

4. Scan-Unit

6

5

- Unscrew 4 points and disassemble

the Scan Standard ASSY.

- Disassemble by lifting up the Scan Upper Assy

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

4. Scan-Unit

9

7

- Disassembly of FFC : Pull out the COVER-FFC.

- Disassemble the Scan Motor under

the Scan Standard ASSY

8

10

- Disassembly of OPE-ASSY : Unscrew 4points

- Disassembly of CIS :

Unplug FFC and disassemble by rotating CIS unit.

Remove white Slider-CIS.

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

5. Cover-Middle Unit

1

3

Cover-Jam

- Unscrew 4 points and disassemble

the Cover-Middle.

- Unplug Fan Connector from HVPS.

2

4

- Disassemble the Fan.

- Unplug 3 connectors and Unscrew 1 points.

(USB Host & Speaker & Binful Sensor Cable)

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Ⅲ. Disassembly

5. Cover-Middle Unit

5

7

ACTUATOR-STACKER

COVER-DUMMY TOP

- Disassemble the COVER-JAM and

ACTUATOR-STACKER.

- Disassemble the COVER-DUMMY TOP

under Cover-Middle.

6

- Disassemble the sub-parts.

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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Objectives

  • Building ability to deal with various problems raised in the field by reviewing troubleshooting.
  • Check the solution of each problem.
  • Check the difference of each Jam.
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Copy Problems – Causes and Solutions

1. White Copy

Description: Blank page is printed out when copying.

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check the Scanner Cover is properly closed.
  • Check shading profile.
  • Check white/black reference voltage on Main PBA.e.q
  • Check the FFC
  • Room light can pass through a thin original.
  • Redo shading profile I the tech mode.
  • Replace FFC if it is defective.
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Copy Problems – Causes and Solutions

2. Black Copy

Description: Black page is printed out when Copying.

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check for CIS problem on the Main PBA.
  • Check shading profile.
  • Check the CIS harness is properly connected.
  • Redo shading profile I the tech mode.
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Copy Problems – Causes and Solutions

3. Abnormal Noise(비정상적 소음)

Description: There is noise when copying.

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check the Scanner Motors, gearbox and rollers.
  • Check the Motor Drive on Driver PBA.
  • Check for correct assembly of gears and motor. Ensure no parts are fouling and these are no foreign objects in the mechanism or scanner path. Replace any wrong parts.
  • Replace the Main PBA.
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Copy Problems – Causes and Solutions

4. Defective Image Quality

Description: The copied image is excessively light or dark.

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check the shading profile.
  • Check the gap between original and scanner glass.
  • Check printing quality.
  • Redo shading profile in the tech mode.
  • Remove the abnormal gab between original and scanner glass.
  • See “Print” troubleshooting.
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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Scanner, OPE Problems – Causes and Solutions

1. Scan Lock Error

Description: CIS doesn’t move. Display ‘scanner lock’ on LCD

Description: CIS doesn’t move. Display ‘scanner lock’ on LCD

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check if the CIS is placed right side.
  • Check the load against the CIS unit.
  • Check the abnormal system error.
  • If the CIS is placed right side, place it to left side.
  • Move CIS unit to left and right side for several times.
  • Power off and on.
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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Scanner, OPE Problems – Causes and Solutions

2. Nothing Displayed on LCD

Description: LCD does not display anything

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check if OPE connection cable was connected well with main board.
  • If not,
  • OPE connection cable
  • connect well with main
  • board
  • 2. After connected well, Try to
  • reboot the printer
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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Scanner, OPE Problems – Causes and Solutions

2. Nothing Displayed on LCD

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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Scanner, OPE Problems – Causes and Solutions

3. Copy image can’t identify.

Description: Copy image look like ‘haze line’

Check and Cause

Solution

  • CIS’s flat cable was not
  • connected well
  • Retry connect the flat cable on the CISM.
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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Scanner, OPE Problems – Causes and Solutions

4. ADF copy image can’t identify.

Description:Only ADF copy image look like haze line(or white/black line).

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check if Sheet-adf is contaminated with dust.
  • Check if the Sheet-adf is worn terribley.
  • Clean the both sided Sheet-adf face with soft cloths.
  • Replace Sheet-adf as new one.
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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Scanner, OPE Problems – Causes and Solutions

5. Glass Broken

Description: Scanner glass was broken

Check and Cause

Solution

  • If the scanner glass was broken
  • Replace scanning unit Ass’y
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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

Scanner, OPE Problems – Causes and Solutions

5. Glass Broken

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Ⅳ. Trouble Shooting

ADF Problems – Causes and Solutions

1. Document Jam

Description: Document Jam was occurred.

Check and Cause

Solution

  • Check if Pad-Adf is worn.
  • Check if too thick document is put in.
  • Pull out the jammed document, and replace the Pad-Adf.
  • Pull out the jammed document. The Maximum document thickness is 0.15mm.
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Ⅳ. Troubleshooting

Consumption Goods

Cartridges should be replaced timely for the good quality of the print.

Life : Imaging Unit : 24,000 images

Toner Kit : 1,000 images (Y,M,C) & 1,500 images (Bk)

Waste Toner Tank : 10,000 images