MX-5500N, MX-6200N, MX-7000N (serv.man80). How To Read A Main Machine Serial Number — Sharp Copying Equipment FAQ (repair manual)

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Date of Machine Manufacture 
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
 
 
Each machine and peripheral item has a Product Serial Number adhered to each item.  The serial 
number is usually eight digits.  (If the serial number is more than eight digits then only the last eight 
should be considered). 
 
Each of the eight digits has some relevance as shown. 
 
9570165X 
 
 
Digit 
 
Description 
 
Eg 
 
Comments 
 
 
Year of production 
 
 
The model must be checked to identify the correct 
decade. 
 
 
Frequency 50/60 Hz 
 
 
5= 50 Hz and 6=60 Hz (Mains Frequency). 
 
 
Country of origin 
 
 
3 & 4 Japan,  5 & 6 China, 8 France. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Machine number 
 
 
The number of the machine produced with this 
month. 
 
 
Month of Manufacture 
 
 
1-9 = Jan-Sept, 0 = Oct, X = Nov and Y = Dec 
 
 
The serial number should always be quoted with the model number so that the decade of 
manufacture can be identified.  It is possible for two different models to have the same serial number.  
(This is important to note when using computerised service control).
 
Date of Machine Manufacture 
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
 
 
Each machine and peripheral item has a Product Serial Number adhered to each item.  The serial 
number is usually eight digits.  (If the serial number is more than eight digits then only the last eight 
should be considered). 
 
Each of the eight digits has some relevance as shown. 
 
9570165X 
 
 
Digit 
 
Description 
 
Eg 
 
Comments 
 
 
Year of production 
 
 
The model must be checked to identify the correct 
decade. 
 
 
Frequency 50/60 Hz 
 
 
5= 50 Hz and 6=60 Hz (Mains Frequency). 
 
 
Country of origin 
 
 
3 & 4 Japan,  5 & 6 China, 8 France. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Machine number 
 
 
The number of the machine produced with this 
month. 
 
 
Month of Manufacture 
 
 
1-9 = Jan-Sept, 0 = Oct, X = Nov and Y = Dec 
 
 
The serial number should always be quoted with the model number so that the decade of 
manufacture can be identified.  It is possible for two different models to have the same serial number.  
(This is important to note when using computerised service control).
 
Date of Machine Manufacture 
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
 
 
Each machine and peripheral item has a Product Serial Number adhered to each item.  The serial 
number is usually eight digits.  (If the serial number is more than eight digits then only the last eight 
should be considered). 
 
Each of the eight digits has some relevance as shown. 
 
9570165X 
 
 
Digit 
 
Description 
 
Eg 
 
Comments 
 
 
Year of production 
 
 
The model must be checked to identify the correct 
decade. 
 
 
Frequency 50/60 Hz 
 
 
5= 50 Hz and 6=60 Hz (Mains Frequency). 
 
 
Country of origin 
 
 
3 & 4 Japan,  5 & 6 China, 8 France. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Machine number 
 
 
The number of the machine produced with this 
month. 
 
 
Month of Manufacture 
 
 
1-9 = Jan-Sept, 0 = Oct, X = Nov and Y = Dec 
 
 
The serial number should always be quoted with the model number so that the decade of 
manufacture can be identified.  It is possible for two different models to have the same serial number.  
(This is important to note when using computerised service control).
 
Date of Machine Manufacture 
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
 
 
Each machine and peripheral item has a Product Serial Number adhered to each item.  The serial 
number is usually eight digits.  (If the serial number is more than eight digits then only the last eight 
should be considered). 
 
Each of the eight digits has some relevance as shown. 
 
9570165X 
 
 
Digit 
 
Description 
 
Eg 
 
Comments 
 
 
Year of production 
 
 
The model must be checked to identify the correct 
decade. 
 
 
Frequency 50/60 Hz 
 
 
5= 50 Hz and 6=60 Hz (Mains Frequency). 
 
 
Country of origin 
 
 
3 & 4 Japan,  5 & 6 China, 8 France. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Machine number 
 
 
The number of the machine produced with this 
month. 
 
 
Month of Manufacture 
 
 
1-9 = Jan-Sept, 0 = Oct, X = Nov and Y = Dec 
 
 
The serial number should always be quoted with the model number so that the decade of 
manufacture can be identified.  It is possible for two different models to have the same serial number.  
(This is important to note when using computerised service control).
 
Date of Machine Manufacture 
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
 
 
Each machine and peripheral item has a Product Serial Number adhered to each item.  The serial 
number is usually eight digits.  (If the serial number is more than eight digits then only the last eight 
should be considered). 
 
Each of the eight digits has some relevance as shown. 
 
9570165X 
 
 
Digit 
 
Description 
 
Eg 
 
Comments 
 
 
Year of production 
 
 
The model must be checked to identify the correct 
decade. 
 
 
Frequency 50/60 Hz 
 
 
5= 50 Hz and 6=60 Hz (Mains Frequency). 
 
 
Country of origin 
 
 
3 & 4 Japan,  5 & 6 China, 8 France. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Machine number 
 
 
The number of the machine produced with this 
month. 
 
 
Month of Manufacture 
 
 
1-9 = Jan-Sept, 0 = Oct, X = Nov and Y = Dec 
 
 
The serial number should always be quoted with the model number so that the decade of 
manufacture can be identified.  It is possible for two different models to have the same serial number.  
(This is important to note when using computerised service control).
 

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