Dell 5110cn Service Manual and Parts List Manual


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Chapter 1. TROUBLESHOOTING
1. Progressing with the Troubleshooting
1.1 Flow of Troubleshooting
1.2 Preparatory Requirements
1.3 Cautions for Service Operations
1.4 Cautions for FIP Use
2. Level 1 FIP
2.1 Level 1 FIP
2.2 Flow of Level 1 FIP
3. Level 2 FIP
3.1 Level 2 FIP
3.2 Status Code List
3.3 LCD Display
3.4 Error Code FIP
FIP-1 001-360/001-363/001-364/001-366 Restart Printer
FIP-2 001-361/001-363/001-365/001-366 Restart Printer
FIP-3 001-362/001-364/001-365/001-366 Restart Printer
FIP-4 003-340/003-341/003-342/003-344/003-345/003-346/003-347/003-348/003-349/
003-350/003-351 Restart Printer
FIP-5 003-343 Restart Printer
FIP-6 003-356 Restart Printer
FIP-7 004-310 Restart Printer
FIP-8 006-370/006-371/006-372/006-373/006-374/006-375/006-376/006-377/006-378/
006-379/006-380/006-381/006-382/006-383/006-384 Restart Printer
FIP-9 007-342/007-345/007-346/007-348 Restart Printer
FIP-10 007-343/007-345/007-347/007-348 Restart Printer
FIP-11 007-344/007-346/007-347/007-348 Restart Printer
FIP-12 009-340/009-341 Restart Printer
FIP-13 009-360/009-361/009-362/009-363 Restart Printer
FIP-14 010-354 Restart Printer
FIP-15 010-378/010-379/010-380/010-381/010-382/010-383/010-384/010-385/010-386/
010-387/010-388/010-389/010-390/010-391/010-392/010-393/010-394/010-395/
010-396/010-397 Restart Printer
FIP-16 016-300/016-301/016-302/016-310/016-311/016-313/016-315/016-317/016-323/
016-324/016-327/016-340/016-344/016-345/016-346 Restart Printer/
Erase Flash Err. 016-392/Write Flash Err. 016-393/Verify Error 016-394
FIP-17 016-312 Restart Printer
FIP-18 016-316/016-318 Restart Printer
FIP-19 016-330/016-331/016-332/016-333/016-334/016-335/016-336/016-337
Restart Printer
FIP-20 016-338 Restart Printer
FIP-21 016-350 Restart Printer
FIP-22 016-360/016-361 Restart Printer
FIP-23 016-370 Restart Printer
FIP-24 Paper Jam 077-902
FIP-25 Paper Jam 077-900
FIP-26 Paper Jam 071-101
FIP-27 Paper Jam 077-907
FIP-28 Load Tray N 024-910/024-911/024-912/024-913/024-914
FIP-29 Exit Tray Full 024-920
FIP-30 Load MPF 024-969/Load Tray N 024-965/024-966/024-967/024-968/024-969
FIP-31 Tape On XXX Toner 093-919/093-920/093-921/093-922
FIP-32 Insert TonerCart 093-970
FIP-33 Insert TonerCart 093-971
FIP-34 Insert TonerCart 093-972
FIP-35 Insert TonerCart 093-973
FIP-36 Replace Toner 093-930
FIP-37 Replace Toner 093-931
FIP-38 Replace Toner 093-932
FIP-39 Replace Toner 093-933
FIP-40 Ready to Print 093-423
FIP-41 Ready to Print 093-424
FIP-42 Ready to Print 093-425
FIP-43 Ready to Print 093-426
FIP-44 Toner Type 093-980/093-981/093-982/093-983/CRUM ID 093-960/093-961/
093-962/093-963
FIP-45 Insert Drum 091-972
FIP-46 Imaging Drum 091-935
FIP-47 Ready to Print 094-402
FIP-48 Imaging Drum 091-912/CRUM ID 093-965
FIP-49 Replace Fuser 010-351
FIP-50 Insert Fuser 010-317
FIP-51 Ready to Print 010-421
FIP-52 Fuser Type 010-358/CRUM ID 093-964
FIP-53 Transfer Roller 094-911
FIP-54 Ready to Print 094-422
FIP-55 BTR Not Detected 094-910
FIP-56 Load Tray N 077-912/077-913/077-914/Tray Detached 024-945/024-946/024-947/
024-948/024-949
FIP-57 Close Front Door 077-300
FIP-58 CTD Sensor Dirty 092-310/Ready to Print 092-910
FIP-59 Out of Memory 016-700
FIP-60 Disk Full 016-980
FIP-61 PCL Request 016-720
FIP-62 Invalid Job 016-799
FIP-63 Ready to Print 193-700
FIP-64 Invalid ID 016-383/Range Chk Error 016-384/Header Error 016-385/
Check Sum Error 016-386/Format Error 016-387
FIP-65 MPC Error 016-388/MPC Detached 016-389/MPC Com. Failed 016-390
FIP-66 Invalid User 016-757/Disabled Func 016-758/Reached Limits 016-759
3.5 Image Quality Troubleshooting
3.5.1 Image Quality Specifications
Chapter 1 Troubleshooting
Chapter 1 Troubleshooting CONTENTS
P1 “Light (Undertoned) Prints”
P2 “Blank Prints”
P3 “Solid Prints”
P4 “Vertical deletion or blank line”
P5 “Horizontal deletion or blank line”
P6 “Black (color) spots”
P7 “Background or Foggy Print”
P8 “Skewed paper”
P9 “Paper Damage”
P10 “Unfused Image or Image Easily Rubs off of Page”
P11 “Vertical Dark Line”
P12 “Afterimage (Ghost)”
P13 “Partial Deletion”
P14 “Horizontal Line (Periodical)”
P15 “Fade Horizontal/Vertical”
P16 “Color Registration (Color Shift)”
3.6 Other FIP
FIP-No Power
FIP-Multiple Feed
4. Abnormal Noise Trouble
4.1 Entry Chart for Abnormal Noise Troubleshooting
4.2 Operation Mode Table
FIP-1.N1 When Power is Turned On
FIP-1.N2 During Standby
FIP-1.N3 During Printing

Chapter 2. OPERATION OF DIAGNOSTIC
1. Overview
1.1 Position of the Diag. in the Whole System
2. Configuration
3. How to use Diag. Customer Mode
3.1 Roles of the control panel in Diag
3.2 Entering diag. Customer mode
3.3 Selecting Diag. item
3.4 Change method parameters value
3.5 Executing/Exiting Diag. mode
3.6 Diag. mode menu tree
4. The Kind of Diag. and Contents of a Test
4.1 Details of ESS diagnosis
4.1.1 Executing ESS diagnosis
4.1.2 All Test
4.1.3 CodeROM Test
4.1.4 FontROM Test
4.1.5 EEPROM Test
4.1.6 DRAM Test
4.1.7 MAC+PHY Test
4.1.8 ASIC Test
4.1.9 PANEL Test
4.1.10 IOT Test
4.1.11 HD Test
4.2 IOT Diag
4.2.1 Digital Input (DI) Test
4.2.2 Executing digital input (DI) test
4.2.3 Exiting digital input (DI) test
4.2.4 How to check sensors and switches
4.2.5 Digital Output (DO) Test
4.2.6 Executing digital output (DO) test
4.2.7 Exiting digital output (DO) test
4.2.8 How to check the motors, clutches and solenoids
4.3 Test Print
4.3.1 Executing test print
4.3.2 No Image [IOT]
4.3.3 Test Pattern 600[IOT]
4.3.4 Grid2
4.3.5 20?? Density Chart
4.3.6 Gradation
4.3.7 Toner Pallet Check
4.3.8 Contamination Check
4.4 Parameter Setting
4.4.1 Handling parameters
4.4.2 Printing the parameter list

Chapter 3. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES (RRPs)
1. Removal and Replacement Procedures (RRPs)
1.1 Before starting service work
1.2 Description of procedure
2. Removal and Replacement Flows
RRP1. COVER
RRP1.1 TOP COVER FRAME (PL1.1.4)
RRP1.2 OPERATOR PANEL (PL1.1.5)
RRP1.3 FRONT COVER (PL1.1.6)
RRP1.4 IMAGING DRUM COVER (PL1.1.8), IMAGING DRUM COVER HINGE PIN (PL1.1.21)
RRP1.5 COVER ASSY REAR (PL1.1.17)
RRP1.6 REAR FAN (PL1.1.19)
RRP1.7 RIGHT SIDE COVER (PL1.1.20)
RRP1.8 RIGHT FRONT COVER (PL1.1.22)
RRP1.9 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) TRAY (PL1.1.23)
RRP1.10 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) COVER (PL1.1.25)
RRP1.11 LEFT FRONT COVER (PL1.1.28)
RRP1.12 LEFT SIDE COVER (PL1.1.30)
RRP1.13 FAN LV (PL1.1.33)
RRP1.14 REAR COVER (PL1.1.18)
RRP2. PAPER CASSETTE
RRP2.1 SEPARATOR ROLLER. (PL2.1.13), SEPARATOR ROLLER CLUTCH (PL2.1.14)
RRP2.2 RETARD ASSY (PL2.1.12)
RRP3. PAPER FEEDER
RRP3.1 PAPER FEEDER CHUTE. (PL3.1.2)
RRP3.2 PAPER TRAY COVER (PL3.1.3)
RRP3.3 PAPER FEEDER (PL3.1.7)
RRP3.4 SWITCH ASSY SIZE (PL3.2.5)
RRP3.5 SWITCH (PL3.2.10)
RRP3.6 HARNESS ASSY OPFPLG (PL3.2.11)
RRP3.7 PAPER PICKUP ASSEMBLY (PL3.3.1)
RRP3.8 ROLL ASSY TURN (PL3.3.2)
RRP3.9 SENSOR PHOTO: NO PAPER (PL3.3.7)
RRP3.10 Blank Page
RRP3.11 SOLENOID FEED (PL3.3.11)
RRP3.12 Blank Page
RRP3.13 CHUTE UPPER (REFERENCE ONLY)
RRP3.14 PAPER FEED ROLLER (PL3.3.18)
RRP3.15 ACTUATOR NO PAPER (PL3.3.20)
RRP4. RETARD & REGI ASSY
RRP4.1 ACTUATOR REGI (PL4.1.1)
RRP4.2 REGISTRATION SENSOR (PL.4.1.3)
RRP4.3 REGISTRATION CHUTE ASSEMBLY (PL4.1.20)
RRP4.4 Blank Page
RRP4.5 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) SEPARATOR ASSEMBLY (PL4.1.13),
MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) SEPARATOR ROLLER (PL4.1.16)
RRP4.6 REGISTRATION ASSEMBLY (PL4.2.1)
RRP4.7 ROLL REGI METAL. (PL4.2.3)
RRP4.8 ROLL REGI RUBBER. (PL4.2.4)
RRP4.9 CLUTCH REGI. (PL4.2.7)
RRP4.10 CLUTCH TURN. (PL4.2.9)
RRP4.11 ROLL TURN MSI. (PL4.2.10)
RRP5. CHUTE ASSY IN & OUT
RRP5.1 FUSER. (PL5.1.1)
RRP5.2 TRANSFER ROLLER. (PL5.1.4)
RRP5.3 AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL (ADC) SENSOR. (PL5.2.19)
RRP5.4 TONER FULL SENSOR (PL5.2.20)
RRP5.5 DRIVE ASSY FUSER (PL5.2.25)
RRP5.6 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) SOLENOID. (PL5.3.9)
RRP5.7 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) PAPER SENSOR (PL5.3.14)
RRP5.8 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) ACTUATOR (PL.5.3.15)
RRP5.9 MULTIPURPOSE FEEDER (MPF) ROLLER (PL.5.3.20)
RRP5.10 OUTPUT TRAY FULL SENSOR (PL5.4.1)
RRP5.11 SENSOR PHOTO: JAM (PL5.4.1)
RRP5.12 OUTPUT TRAY ACTUATOR (PL5.4.2)
RRP5.13 DUPLEX DRIVE MOTOR (PL5.4.5)
RRP5.14 ACTUATOR DUP (PL5.4.13)
RRP5.15 ROLL DUP (PL5.4.15)
RRP5.16 ROLL EXIT (PL5.4.16)
RRP5.17 INNER DUPLEX ASSEMBLY (PL5.2.1), DUPLEX HINGE LINK SPRING (PL5.1.6),
DUPULEX HINGE LINK (PL5.1.7)
RRP5.18 OUTER DUPLEX ASSEMBLY (PL5.3.1), DUPLEX RETAINING STRAP (PL5.1.5)
RRP5.19 FAN FRONT (PL5.3.31)
RRP6. XEROGRAPHICS
RRP6.1 PRINT HEAD (PL6.1.2)
RRP6.2 HSG ASSY BIAS (PL6.1.7)
RRP7. DEVELOPMENT
RRP7.1 DEVELOPER FRAME (PL7.1.1)
RRP7.2 CRUM (PL7.1.4)
RRP7.3 DEVELOPER ASSEMBLY (Y), (M), (C), (K) (PL7.1.17~20)
RRP7.4 TONER DISPENSER ASSEMBLY (PL7.2.22)
RRP7.5 DISPENSER ASSY (Y) (PL7.2.1)
RRP7.6 DISPENSER ASSY (M) (PL7.2.2)
RRP7.7 DISPENSER ASSY (C) (PL7.2.3)
RRP7.8 DISPENSER ASSY (K) (PL7.2.4)
RRP7.9 SENSOR NO TONER (Y), (M), (C) (PL7.2.5)
RRP7.10 SENSOR NO TONER (K) (PL7.2.5)
RRP7.11 ACTUATOR SENSOR 2 (PL7.2.7)
RRP7.12 TONER CARTRIDGE SENSOR (PL7.2.12)
RRP7.13 DUCT LV (PL7.2.23)
RRP8. DRIVE
RRP8.1 DEVELOPER DRIVE ASSEMBLY (PL8.1.1)
RRP8.2 MAIN DRIVE ASSEMBLY (PL8.1.2)
RRP9. ELECTRICAL
RRP9.1 CONTROLLER CARD (PL9.1.3)
RRP9.2 LVPS ASSY (REFERENCE ONLY)
RRP9.3 LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (LVPS) (PL9.1.6)
RRP9.4 HARNESS ASSY AC INLET (PL9.1.7)
RRP9.5 HARNESS ASSY INTERLOCK (PL9.1.11)
RRP9.6 PWBA EEPROM STD (PL9.1.12)
RRP9.7 MACHINE CONTROL UNIT (MCU) (PL9.1.16)
RRP9.8 SENSOR HUM (PL9.1.20)
RRP9.9 HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (HVPS) (PL9.1.21)
RRP9.10 OPTION HDD ASSY (PL9.1.25)
RRP9.11 OPTION MULTI PROTOCOL (PL9.1.26)

Chapter 4. PLUG/JACK (P/J) CONNECTOR LOCATIONS
1. Connector [P (plug) / J (jack)]
1.1 List of P/J
1.2 IOT P/J layout diagram

Chapter 5. PARTS LIST
1. Parts List
1.1 Caution for use of parts list
1.2 Caution for use of engineering parts list
Spare parts illustration
Engineering parts list
PL1.1 Cover [Illustration]
PL1.1 Cover [List]
PL2.1 Paper Cassette [Illustration]
PL2.1 Paper Cassette [List]
PL3.1 Paper Feeder (1/3) [Illustration]
PL3.1 Paper Feeder (1/3) [List]
PL3.2 Paper Feeder (2/3) [Illustration]
PL3.2 Paper Feeder (2/3) [List]
PL3.3 Paper Feeder (3/3) [Illustration]
PL3.3 Paper Feeder (3/3) [List]
PL4.1 Retard & Regi assy (1/2) [Illustration]
PL4.1 Retard & Regi assy (1/2) [List]
PL4.2 Retard & Regi assy (2/2) [Illustration]
PL4.2 Retard & Regi assy (2/2) [List]
PL5.1 Chute Assy In & Out (1/4) [Illustration]
PL5.1 Chute Assy In & Out (1/4) [List]
PL5.2 Chute Assy In & Out (2/4) [Illustration]
PL5.2 Chute Assy In & Out (2/4) [List]
PL5.3 Chute Assy In & Out (3/4) [Illustration]
PL5.3 Chute Assy In & Out (3/4) [List]
PL5.4 Chute Assy In & Out (4/4) [Illustration]
PL5.4 Chute Assy In & Out (4/4) [List]
PL6.1 Xerographics [Illustration]
PL6.1 Xerographics [List]
PL7.1 Development (1/2) [Illustration]
PL7.1 Development (1/2) [List]
PL7.2 Development (2/2) [Illustration]
PL7.2 Development (2/2) [List]
PL8.1 Drive [Illustration]
PL8.1 Drive [List]
PL9.1 Electrical [Illustration]
PL9.1 Electrical [List]
PL10.1 Harness [Illustration]
PL10.1 Harness [List]

Chapter 6. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
1. Printing Process
1.1 Summary of Printing Process
1.2 Schematic Diagram for Printing Processes
1.3 Description of Printing Process Techniques
1.3.1 Charging with electricity
1.3.2 Exposure
1.3.3 Development
1.3.4 Trickle
1.3.5 Primary transfer (drum -> IDT 1)
1.3.6 Secondary transfer (IDT 1 -> IDT 2)
1.3.7 Cleaning (IDT 1)
1.3.8 Tertiary transfer (IDT 2 – paper)
1.3.9 Cleaning (IDT 2)
1.3.10 Static elimination
1.3.11 Fixing
1.3.12 Cleaning (general)
2. Paper Transfer
2.1 Paper Transfer Route (without option)
2.2 Layout of Paper Transfer Route
3. Functions of Major Functional Components
3.1 Paper Cassette
3.1.1 Major functions
3.1.2 Reference diagram
3.1.3 Multiple sheet feed prevention
3.2 Paper Feeder
3.2.1 Major functions
3.2.2 Reference diagram
3.3 Separator & Registration Assembly
3.3.1 Major functions
3.3.2 Reference diagram
3.3.3 Multiple sheet feed prevention
3.3.4 Lead edge registration
3.4 Inner Duplex Assembly
3.4.1 Major functions
3.4.2 Reference diagram
3.5 Outer Duplex Assembly
3.5.1 Major functions
3.5.2 Reference diagram
3.6 Transfer Roller & Fuser
3.6.1 Major functions
3.6.2 Reference diagram
3.7 Xerographics
3.7.1 Major functions
3.7.2 Reference diagram
3.8 Toner Dispenser Assembly
3.8.1 Major functions
3.8.2 Reference diagram
3.9 Frame & Drive
3.9.1 Major functions
3.9.2 Reference diagram
3.10 Electrical
3.10.1 Major functions
3.10.2 Reference diagram
3.10.3 Data Flow
4. MODES
4.1 Print Mode
4.2 Operation Modes
5. Control
5.1 Control of Paper Size
5.2 Selective Control on Paper Cassette
5.3 PRINT HEAD Light Quantity Control
5.4 Process Control
5.4.1 Potential Control
5.4.2 Toner Density Control
5.4.3 High Area Coverage Mode
5.4.4 Admix Mode
5.4.5 LED Light Quantity Control of AUTOMATIC DENSITY CONTROL SENSOR
5.5 Color Registration Control
5.6 Transfer Roller Control
5.6.1 Detecting the Installation of Transfer Roller
5.6.2 Detecting the Life of Transfer Roller
5.7 Toner Control
5.7.1 SENSOR NO TONER
5.7.2 Toner presence control
5.8 Fuser Control
5.8.1 Fuser temperature control
5.8.2 Cool down
5.8.3 Sensor Warm-up
6. Drive Transmission Route and Gear Layout
6.1 MAIN DRIVE ASSEMBLY
6.2 DEVELOPER DRIVE ASSEMBLY
6.3 TONER DISPENSER ASSEMBLY (Y, M, C, K)
6.4 DRIVE ASSY FUSER
6.5 MOTOR ASSY DUP

Chapter 7. WIRING DIAGRAMS AND SIGNAL INFORMATION
1. General Wiring Diagram
2. Wiring Diagram between Parts
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Notes on Using the Wiring Diagram between Parts
1 Power supply section
2 Cassette section
3 Drive section
4 Developer section 1
5 Developer section 2
6 Fuser section
7 ROS section
8 Xerographics 1
9 Xerographics 2
10 Paper feed section
11 Controller section

Chapter 8. PRINTER SPECIFICATIONS
1. Configuration of Printer
1.1 Basic Configuration
1.2 Functional Configuration
2. Electrical Properties
2.1 Power Source
2.2 Power Consumption
3. Mechanical Properties
3.1 Dimensions/Mass of Printer
3.2 Dimensions/Mass of Universal Paper Tray (standard paper supply – 500 sheets)
3.3 Dimensions/Mass of Consumables (CRU)
3.3.1 Imaging Drum (PHD) cartridge
3.3.2 Transfer roll (BTR) cartridge
3.3.3 Black toner cartridge
3.3.4 Yellow toner cartridge
3.3.5 Magenta toner cartridge
3.3.6 Cyan toner cartridge
3.3.7 Black toner high yield cartridge
3.3.8 Yellow toner high yield cartridge
3.3.9 Magenta toner high yield cartridge
3.3.10 Cyan toner high yield cartridge
3.4 Installation Space (min. installation space)
4. Functions
4.1 Recording System
4.2 Exposure System
4.3 Development System
4.4 Fixing System
4.5 Resolution
4.6 Operation Mode
4.7 Process Speed
4.8 Print Mode
4.9 Paper Mode
4.10 Warm-up Time
4.11 FPOT (First Print Output Time)
4.12 Continuous Printing Speed
4.13 Printing Area
4.13.1 Usable paper size
4.13.2 Maximum printable area
4.13.3 Guaranteed printing area
4.14 Input Properties
4.14.1 Paper pick-up system
4.14.2 Paper pick-up capacity
4.15 Output Properties
4.15.1 Paper delivery system
4.15.2 Paper delivery capacity
4.15.3 Delivery paper size/mass
4.15.4 Full stack detection
4.16 Paper
4.16.1 Paper type
4.16.2 Paper mass
4.16.3 Paper size
5. Consumables
5.1 Items of Consumables
5.2 Consumable Life
6. Operating Environment
6.1 Installation Temperature / Humidity
6.2 Installation Altitude
6.3 Installation Horizontality
6.4 Ambient Lighting
7. Safety / Environment Conditions
7.1 Safety Standard
7.2 Laser Safety Standard
7.3 EMI
7.4 Noise
8. Print image Quality
8.1 Image Quality Guarantee Conditions
8.1.1 Environmental conditions
8.1.2 Guaranteed paper
8.1.3 Paper condition
8.1.4 Printer condition
8.1.5 Image quality guaranteed area
8.1.6 Criterion
8.1.7 Print mode and resolution
9. Option
9.1 Options to be Installed by Users
10. Controller Specifications
10.1 External Interface
10.2 Network Protocol
10.3 Decomposer
10.4 Job Control
10.5 Log Function
10.6 ID Print
10.7 Non-Genuine Mode
10.8 Maintenance
10.9 Power Saver
10.10 Utility Print
10.11 EWS
10.12 Status Messenger

Number of pages: 645.