Canon DADF-M1 Service manual

SERVICE INFORMATION
Issued by Copying Machine Quality Assurance Center, Canon Inc.
MODEL:
NO. : F-04-E03001
DATE : JAN.2003
DADF-B1/K1
Major quality issues
Quality upgrade/production efficiency
Field quality problems
Miscellaneous
LOCATION
SUBJECT
Revision of Service Manual
The captioned technical documentation has been revised to reflect the following:
Reasons
to update the descriptions in the previous documentation covering modification of
functions and correction of typographical mistakes.
The present revision is a full revision. Kindly make arrangements so that the old
document may be replaced with the one being released. Further, please make sure
the old document is properly disposed of.
FY8-13G6-01Y
Printed in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
DADF-B1/K1
REVISION 1
JAN. 2003
FY8-13G6-010
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INTRODUCTION
1 Symbols Used
This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information:
Symbol
Description
Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution,
or Warning.
Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks.
Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire).
Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.
Indicates an item requiring disconnection of the power plug from the electric
outlet.
Memo
REF.
Indicates an item intended to provide notes assisting the understanding of the
topic in question.
Indicates an item of reference assisting the understanding of the topic in question.
Provides a description of a service mode.
Provides a description of the nature of an error indication.
Refers to the Copier Basics Series for a better understanding of the contents.
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INTRODUCTION
2 Outline of the Manual
This Service Manual provides basic facts and figures about the DADF-B1/K1 needed to
service the machine in the field, ensuring product quality and machine functions.
This Service Manual consists of the following chapters:
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Appendix:
Introduction:
Operation Overview:
features, specifications, and operations
principles of operations in relation to mechanical and electrical systems by function and timing of operation
Mechanical Systems:
mechanical construction, disassembly/assembly, and adjustment
Maintenance and Inspection: table of periodically replaced parts, table of
consumables and durables, and scheduled servicing chart
Malfunction Countermeasures:
standards, adjustments, and troubleshooting
general timing chart, lit of signals/abbreviations, and general circuit diagrams
This Service manual does not contain instructions on the installation of the machine. For
installation, refer to the Installation Procedure that comes with the machine.
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This Service Manual uses the following conventions:
1. Each chapter provides outlines of functions in relation to electrical and mechanical
systems involved, and the descriptions cover the timing at which each component is
operated.
indicates a path of mechanical drive, while
given
In the diagram,
with a signal name indicates the flow of an electric signal.
The expression “turn on the power” refers to turning on the power switch, closing the
front door, or closing the delivery door, ultimately supplying the machine with
power.
2. In explaining the machine’s digital circuits, the level of voltage is expressed as being
‘1’ when high or ‘0’ when low. The actual lev el of voltage, however, differs from circuit to circuit.
The machine uses a CPU; however, since its internal mechanisms cannot be checked
in the field, this manual omits explanation of its operations.
As a rule, PCBs are not to be repaired in the field, and this manual limits the explanations of the PCBs to providing general descriptions with block diagrams. The descriptions cover either “from sensors to control functions or the inputs of PCBs possessing drive functions” or “from the outputs of PCBs possessing drive functions to
loads.” Block diagrams by function are given as needed.
The descriptions in the manual are subject to change to accommodate improvements
or the like made to the product. Major changes will be communicated in the form of
Service Information bulletins.
All service persons are expected to go through this Service Manual and the aforementioned bulletins and acquire a thorough understanding of the machine, thereby equipping
himself/herself with the skill and the ability to identify faults in the machine and, ultimately,
maintaining the quality and the functions of the machine.
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CONTENTS
Contents
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1 Features ............................................... 1-1
1.1.1 Compact and lightweight ........ 1-1
1.1.2 Double sided documents ......... 1-1
1.1.3 Wingless ADF ......................... 1-1
1.1.4 Automatic document size
detection .............................. 1-1
1.1.5 Mixed document sizes ............ 1-1
1.1.6 Thick documents ..................... 1-1
1.1.7 Reverse delivery flapper .......... 1-1
2 Specifications ...................................... 1-2
3 Parts names .......................................... 1-4
3.1 Outer view .................................... 1-4
3.2 Cross section ................................. 1-5
4 Operations ........................................... 1-6
4.1 Document set display ................... 1-6
4.2 Basic copy operation .................... 1-6
4.3 Warning display and
countermeasures ......................... 1-7
4.4 Daily checks by user ..................... 1-7
CHAPTER 2 OPERATION OVERVIEW
1 Basic configuration .............................. 2-1
1.1 Overview of electrical circuits ...... 2-1
1.2 ADF controller circuit
board input ................................. 2-2
1.2.1 ADF controller circuit board
input (1/2) ............................ 2-2
1.2.2 ADF controller circuit board
input (2/2) ............................ 2-3
1.3 ADF controller circuit board
output ......................................... 2-4
1.3.1 ADF controller circuit board
output (1/1) .......................... 2-4
2 Basic operations .................................. 2-5
2.1 Overview ....................................... 2-5
2.2 Document detection ...................... 2-6
2.2.1 Overview ................................. 2-6
2.3 Document pickup/ separation ..... 2-14
2.3.1 Overview ............................... 2-14
2.3.2 Pickup roller unit elevation ... 2-16
2.3.3 Separation sensor (SR3) ........ 2-19
2.3.4 Separation motor (M1)
control ................................ 2-20
2.3.5 Operation timing (pickup
assembly) ........................... 2-21
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2.4 Document feeding ...................... 2-22
2.4.1 Overview ............................... 2-22
2.4.2 Feed motor (M2) control ....... 2-25
2.4.3 Operation timing
(feed assembly) .................. 2-26
2.5 Document reversal/ delivery ....... 2-27
2.5.1 Overview ............................... 2-27
2.5.2 Reverse delivery flapper
operation ............................ 2-34
2.5.3 Reverse delivery motor (M3)
control ................................ 2-36
2.5.4 Operation timing (reverse
delivery assembly) ............. 2-37
2.6 Document flow ........................... 2-39
2.6.1 Small sizes (continuous feed,
single side) ......................... 2-39
2.6.2 Large sizes (single side) ........ 2-44
2.6.3 Double sided copy mode ....... 2-52
2.6.4 Mixed size mode ................... 2-60
2.6.5 Jam recovery mode ............... 2-60
2.7 Document jam detection ............. 2-61
2.8 Alarm detection ........................... 2-67
2.8.1 Reset ...................................... 2-69
2.9 Power supply .............................. 2-69
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CHAPTER 3 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
1 Basic configuration .............................. 3-1
1.1 Outer covers .................................. 3-1
1.1.1 Removing the document tray .. 3-2
1.1.2 Removing the ADF ................. 3-4
1.1.3 Removing the main
unit cover ............................. 3-5
1.2 Removing the feed belt unit ........ 3-7
1.3 ADF controller circuit board ...... 3-10
1.3.1 Removal ................................ 3-10
1.3.2 Installation ............................. 3-11
2 Drive systems .................................... 3-12
2.1 Removing the pickup unit .......... 3-12
2.2 Removing the separation
motor (M1) ............................... 3-14
2.3 Removing the feed motor (M2) .. 3-15
2.3.1 Removal ................................ 3-15
2.3.2 Installation ............................ 3-17
2.4 Removing the reverse
delivery unit ............................. 3-19
2.4.1 Removal ............................... 3-20
2.4.2 Installation ............................. 3-21
2.5 Removing the reverse delivery
motor (M3) ............................... 3-23
3 Paper feed related .............................. 3-25
3.1 Removing the separation pad ..... 3-25
3.2 Removing the separation roller .. 3-28
3.3 Removing the pickup roller ........ 3-31
3.4 Installing the separation
roller unit ................................. 3-32
3.5 Removing the reverse roller and
feed roller ................................. 3-35
3.6 Removing the feed belt ............... 3-42
4 Sensors ............................................... 3-44
4.1 Removing the document sensor
board (U503) ............................ 3-44
4.2 Removing the document set LED
board ........................................ 3-46
4.3 Removing the final document
detection sensor board (U504) . 3-47
4.4 Document detection dial (VR) .... 3-48
4.4.1 Removal ................................ 3-48
4.4.2 Installation ............................. 3-48
4.5 Removing the pre-registration
sensor (U502) ........................... 3-51
4.6 Removing the reverse exit
sensor (U505) ........................... 3-53
CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
1 Periodic replacement parts .................. 4-1
2 Consumable replacement parts
replacement targets list ....................... 4-1
3 Periodic service items list .................... 4-2
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CHAPTER 5 MALFUNCTION COUNTERMEASURES
1 Standards and adjustments .................. 5-1
1.1 Mechanical systems ...................... 5-1
1.1.1 Service mode selection ............ 5-1
1.1.2 Document skew adjustment .... 5-2
1.1.3 Right hinge unit skew
adjustment ............................ 5-5
1.1.4 Reverse delivery flapper
position adjustment .............. 5-6
1.2 Electrical systems ......................... 5-8
1.2.1 Action to be taken when replacing
main component parts .......... 5-8
1.2.2 EEPROM clear ........................ 5-8
1.2.3 Document tray width adjustment
(A/B type, inch type) ........... 5-9
1.2.4 Sensor level adjustment
(sensitivity adjustment) ...... 5-10
1.2.5 Registration position
adjustment .......................... 5-11
1.2.6 Double sided registration
position adjustment ............ 5-15
2 Malfunction countermeasures .......... 5-18
2.1 Countermeasure procedures for
operation malfunctions ............ 5-19
2.1.1 E400/ E712 display ............... 5-19
2.1.2 E402 display ......................... 5-20
2.1 3 E404 display ......................... 5-21
3 Layout of electrical components ....... 5-22
3.1 Motors, solenoids and sensors .... 5-22
3.2 Circuit boards ............................. 5-24
4 Variable resistors (VR) LEDs and
check pins specific to printed circuit
boards ................................................ 5-25
4.1 ADF controller PCB ................... 5-25
4.2 Sensor boards .............................. 5-27
4.3 Display boards ............................ 5-29
5 Service modes and dipswitches ......... 5-30
5.1 Overview ..................................... 5-30
5.2 Service modes ............................. 5-31
5.2.1 How to enter service mode .... 5-31
5.2.2 FEEDER ............................... 5-32
5.2.3 I/O display ............................. 5-39
5.2.4 COUNTER ............................ 5-43
5.2.5 OPTION (ACC) .................... 5-44
5.3 Dipswitch functions .................... 5-45
6 Auto diagnosis ................................... 5-49
6.1 ADF auto diagnosis .................... 5-49
APPENDIX
1 DADF general circuit diagram ........... A-1
2 Special tools ....................................... A-3
3 Solvents and lubricants ....................... A-4
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
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CHAPTER 1 Introduction
1 Features
1.1.1 Compact and lightweight
The product is a compact and lightweight document feeding device that uses a monocock
frame
1.1.2 Double sided documents
In the reverse delivery assembly, the document is flipped over and fed back onto the
copyboard glass.
1.1.3 Wingless ADF
The ADF is a wingless type with the delivery tray attached.
1.1.4 Automatic document size detection
The document size is detected in both the long (document feed) direction and the side direction and the document length information is sent to the copier.
1.1.5 Mixed document sizes
Documents of different lengths and same width (same document type) can be mixed and
set in the document tray.
1.1.6 Thick documents
A book equalizing hinge is employed to enable thick documents, such as books, etc., up
to 50mm to be handled.
1.1.7 Reverse delivery flapper
The forward and reverse rotation of the reverse delivery motor causes the flapper to open
and close and switches the delivery path.
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CHAPTER 1 Introduction
2 Specifications
Item
Specification
Document pickup
Document types
Automatic pickup system
Document tray: Double sided sheet document (52 to 105g/m2)*1
Document rest: Book (up to 50mm)
A3 (279mm x 431.8mm (11” x 17”) ) to A5 (STMT)
Length 139.7 to 432mm (document feed direction)
Width 182 to 297 (305) *3 mm
Documents set face up with the first page as the top sheet.
Centre reference
Separation pad (upper separation)
Single sided document processing (small size, large size)
double sided document processing
Small size 30 sheets (A4, B5, A5, STMT, LTR)
Large size 15 sheets (A3, 279mm x 431.8mm (11” x 17”), B4,
LGL)
Yes (Only for documents of same width size)
Yes (Feed direction length detection + standard width detection)
Yes (LED display)
No (copier memory)
No
Yes (A5, STMT are not detected)
690msec or less
750mm/sec
*420mm/sec (quiet mode) *DADF-K1 only
IPC 2
DC24V (supplied from copier)
<DADF-B1>
ZSB xxxxx (AB)
ZSC xxxxx (Inch/A)
ZSD xxxxx (A)
ZSE xxxxx (AB/Inch)
<DADF-K1>
XKW xxxxx (AB)
XKX xxxxx (Inch/A)
XKY xxxxx (A)
XKZ xxxxx (Inch/AB)
160W or lower at peak, average 39W
<DADF-B1>
Approx. 12.8kg
<DADF-K1>
Approx. 12.7kg
Document sizes
Document setting
Document set position
Document separation
Document processing mode
Document stack height
Paper lighter than 80g/m2
Mixed documents
Document size recognition
Detecting document left in ADF
2 in 1 function
Stamp function
Final document detection
Document exchange time length*2
Document transport speed
Communication with copier
Power supply
Serial numbers
Maximum power usage
Weight
T01-200-01
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Item
Specification
Dimensions
<DADF-B1>
580 (width) x 506 (depth) x 179 (height) mm
<DADF-K1>
580 (width) x 506 (depth) x 164 (height) mm
As for photocopier
Operating environment
Temperature/ Humidity range
T01-200-02
*1 The following document types cannot be used.
· OHP film and transparencies where the transparency is 80% or lower.
· Punched paper
· Paper with staples, paper clips or paste on it.
· Cut and paste documents
· Documents with carbon backing sheets
· Curled, creased or wrinkled paper
Explain to the customer that, if a curled document must be used, they should try to
smooth out the curl as much as possible and place the most curled end of the paper as
the trailing edge.
*2 Document exchange time
This is the length of time from when document feed starts till the trailing edge reaches
the exposure position. However, this does not include the time for the document separation operation.
Document exchange time
Leading edge in feed direction
F01-200-01
*3 Figures in parentheses ( ) refer to when the guide lock is released.
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CHAPTER 1 Introduction
3 Parts names
3.1 Outer view
[1]
[3]
[6]
[2]
[5]
[4]
[7]
[8]
<DADF-B1>
F01-301-01
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
1-4
Document tray
Document support tray*
Slide guide
Document set display
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Final document detection sensor
Pickup unit cover
Reverse delivery unit cover
Document delivery tray
*
DADF-K1 is attached at a parallel angle
to the transport belt.
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3.2 Cross section
Pickup assembly
[3]
[4]
[2]
[1]
[13]
[5]
[12]
Reverse delivery
assembly
[6]
[11]
[10]
[7]
[9]
[8]
Feed assembly
F01-302-01
Pickup assembly
[1] Pickup roller
[2] Lifter
[3] Separation pad
[4] Separation roller
[5] Registration roller
Feed assembly
[6] Feed belt
[7] Feed belt drive roller
[8] Retaining roller
[9] Feed bell linked roller
Reverse delivery assembly
[10] Reverse delivery flapper
[11] Reverse delivery registration roller
[12] Reverse roller
[13] Feed roller
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CHAPTER 1 Introduction
4 Operations
4.1 Document set display
The document set display lights when a document is set on the document tray. In the
event of a document jam, the display will flash.
F01-401-01
4.2 Basic copy operation
1) Adjust the slide guide to match the document size.
2) Set the first page of the document on the top and push the document into the tray until it
fits flush against the end.
3) Set the operating mode according to the intended purpose.
4) Press the START key on the copier.
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4.3 Warning display and countermeasures
If the document set display starts to flash during document feeding, it is probably because
a document jam has occurred. Carry out the following check procedures and clear the jam
as required.
1) Open the pickup unit cover and reverse delivery unit cover and remove any jammed paper.
2) Remove any documents from the document tray.
3) Open the ADF and remove any jammed paper.
4) Remove any documents from the copyboard glass.
5) Close the ADF.
6) Realign all the pages of the document and place once more on the document tray.
7) Press the copier START key.
4.4 Daily checks by user
Explain the following checks and cleaning items and have the user carry them out regularly.
1. Cleaning the copyboard glass
Wipe with a cloth dampened with water or alcohol and then wipe with the dry cloth.
2. Cleaning the feed belt
Wipe with water or alcohol.
3. Others
If the outer cover of the ADF is soiled, wipe with a neutral detergent and then clean off
the dried dirt.
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OPERATION OVERVIEW
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CHAPTER 2 Operation Overview
1 Basic configuration
1.1 Overview of electrical circuits
The unit is electrically controlled by the microcomputer (CPU) on the ADF controller
PCB.
REF.
The CPU reads the input signals from the sensors as well as the signals
from the copier main unit and then, according to a fixed timing, emits the
signals that drive the DC loads, such as motors, brakes, etc.
ADF controller PCB
CPU
(Q1)
Sensor
Variable
resistor
Motor
ROM
(Q2)
Brake
EEPROM
(Q4)
Display LED
PCB
IPC
(Q3)
24V
5V
DC5V power
supply
Power supply
circuit
Copier
F02-101-01
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CHAPTER 2 Operation Overview
1.2 ADF controller circuit board input
1.2.1 ADF controller circuit board input (1/2)
ADF controller PCB
Feed motor clock sensor
SR1
3
2
1
3
2
1
J101
1
2
3
1
3
2
+5V
11 J6A-4
9 J6FA-6
SCVR
10 J6FA-5
3
1
2
4
6
5
+5V
8 J6A-7
6 J6FA-9
SPR
7 J6FA-8
J103
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
5
5
8
9
10
11
7
3
1
2
3
1
2
J102
Separation sensor
SR3
Document set sensor
U503
3
1
2
J301
Pre-registration sensor
U502
Goes to ‘0’ when the pickup
unit cover is opened.
(I.e. when there is no light
blocking plate in the sensor.)
Goes to ‘0’ when a document is
detected.
(I.e. when there is no light
blocking plate in the sensor.)
+5V
4 J6A-11
+24V
-12
3
2
-13 EMP
Goes to ‘0’ when the document
-14
1
EPLED blocks the sensor.
-10
5
J1102
+5V
J6B-6
+24V
J6FB-5
J6FB-3 ENT*
Goes to ‘0’ when the document
J6FB-4
ETLED blocks the sensor.
J6FB-7
4
3
5
4
1
2
3
5
4
1
Toggles between ‘1’ and ‘0’
as the feed motor rotates.
J1101
Pickup unit cover sensor
SR2
+5V
3 J6A-3
2 J6FA-2
FMCK
1 J6FA-1
J201
Document width detection dial
U508
1
2
3
3
2
1
1
2
3
+5V
8 J6B-8
7 J6FA-9
WIDE
-10
6
5
6
7
8
4
+5V
4 J6B-12
+24V
3
-13
2
-14 LAST
Goes to ‘1’ when the
1
-15
LTLED document blocks the sensor.
-11
5
J801
Final document detection sensor
U504
4
3
2
1
5
4
3
2
1
5
J401
Outputs analogue voltage
corresponding to the width of
the documents stacked on
the document tray.
J1801
F02-102-01
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1.2.2 ADF controller circuit board input (2/2)
ADF controller PCB
Reverse delivery inlet sensor
SR4
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
3
2
+5V
6 J7A-1
4 J6FA-3
EENT
5 J6FA-2
Goes to ‘1’ when a document
is detected.
(I.e. when the light blocking
plate is in the sensor
assembly.)
+5V
3 J7A-4
1 J6FA-6
EREG
2 J6FA-5
Goes to ‘1’ when a document
is detected.
(I.e. when the light blocking
plate is in the sensor
assembly.)
J107
Reverse delivery registration sensor/
delivery sensor
4
3
3
SR5
1
2
1
2
J108
Reverse outlet sensor
U505
2
3
5
4
1
J501
ADF open - close sensor
SR6
J103
2
3
5
4
1
3
1
2
3
1
2
6
5
J1107
+5V
2 J7B-10
+24V
3 J6FA-9
5 J6FA-7 TURN*
Goes to ‘0’ when the
4 J6FA-8
TULED document blocks the sensor.
1J6FA-11
4
3
1
2
5
J502
+5V
J7B-1
Goes to ‘0’ when the ADF is
J6FA-3
opened.
OPEN*
(I.e. when there is no light
J6FA-2
blocking plate in the sensor.)
J109
Reverse delivery motor clock sensor
SR7
1
2
3
1
2
3
+5V
J7B-6
J6FA-5
EMCK
J6FA-4
Toggles between ‘1’ and ‘0’
as the feed motor rotates.
J110
Reverse delivery unit cover sensor
SR8
3
1
2
3
1
2
+5V
J7B-7
J6FA-9 ECVR
J6FA-8
J111
Goes to ‘0’ when the reverse
delivery unit cover is opened.
(I.e. when there is no light
blocking plate in the sensor.)
‘*’ is ‘0’ and indicates an ON (low active)
signal.
F02-102-02
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1.3 ADF controller circuit board output
1.3.1 ADF controller circuit board output (1/1)
ADF controller PCB
Separation motor
M1
M
J5-1
1
1
2
2 J6FA-2
SPM1
SPM2
See ‘Separation motor (M1)
control’ (→ 2-20)
J104
Feed motor
M2
M
J5-3
1
1
2
2 J6FA-4 FDM2
FDM1
See ‘Feed motor (M1)
control’ (→ 2-22)
J104
Feed motor brake
BK1
BK
1
1
J5-5
2
2
J5-6
+24V
Brake (BK1) is ON when
the signal is ‘0’.
BK
J112
Reverse delivery motor
1
M3
M
2
Document set LED
U507
2
1
1
J9-1
EJM1
2 J6FA-2 EJM2
J112
See ‘Reverse delivery motor
(M3) control’ (→ 2-27)
+5V
2 J6B-1
1 J6FA-2
OGLED
J701
Document set display
flashes when the signal is ‘0’.
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SR3
BK
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Reverse delivery inlet paper detection signal (EENT)
Reverse delivery registration signal/ delivery detection signal (EREG)
Reverse delivery motor drive signal (EJM1, EJM2)
Reverse delivery motor clock signal (EMCK)
Reverse delivery outlet paper detection signal (TURN)
Reverse delivery unit cover open detection signal (ECVR)
Pickup registration signal (ENT)
ADF open detection signal (OPEN)
Document size detection signal (WIDE)
Final document detection signal (LAST)
Document tray paper detection signal (EMP)
Document set display light signal (OGLED)
Separation motor drive signal (SPM1, SPM2)
Pickup detection signal (SPR)
Feed motor brake drive signal (BK*)
Pickup unit cover open detection signal (SCVR)
Feed motor clock signal (FMCK)
Feed motor drive signal (FDM1, FDM2)
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2 Basic operations
2.1 Overview
This unit has three motors and one brake to control document pickup, separation, feed
and delivery (reverse).
Separation motor (M1):
Document separation and pickup
Feed motor (M2):
Feeding the document onto the copyboard glass,
stopping the document and delivery.
Reverse delivery motor (M3):
Document delivery and reversal
Brake (BK):
Stops the feed motor (M2)
ADF controller PCB
M3
SR7
U507
SR8
U508
U504
U503
U505
SR6
SR5
SR4
M2
Copier
SR1
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2.2 Document detection
2.2.1 Overview
This unit is capable of the following three types of document detection.
a. Document presence
Detects whether there is a document on the document tray.
b. Document size detection
Detects the length (in the document feed direction) and width of the document.
c. Final document detection
Detects the trailing edge of the last document.
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a. Document presence
Detected by document sensor (U503).
When a document is set on the document sensor, the light from the light emitting diode of
the document sensor is blocked.
A document detection signal (EMP) is sent to the ADF controller PCB and the document
set display light signal (OGLED) is emitted.
The document set display (U507) lights.
Document tray paper
detection signal (EMP)
Document set display light
signal (OGLED)
ADF controller PCB
Document set
display LED
U507
Document Document
set sensor
U503
prism
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b. Document size detection
Detects the length (in the document feed direction) and width of the document
<Length detection>
Computed from the signals from the pre-registration sensor (U502) and the registration
roller clock count.
The pre-registration sensor detects the leading edge (ON) and the trailing edge (OFF) of
the document.
The length of the document as it passes the pre-registration sensor is computed from the
clock count obtained from the feed motor clock sensor (SR1), and this is converted into
document size in the feed direction.
The terms ‘leading edge’ and ‘trailing edg e’ refer to the downstream (leading) end of the document in the feeding direction and the upstream (trailing) end, respectively.
prism
pre-registration sensor
Feed motor clock signal (FMCK)
document
Document pickup tray paper
detection signal (ENT)
ADF controller PCB
U502
Feed motor
Feed motor clock sensor
BK
Registration roller
M2
SR1
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The ADF controller judges the standard sizes from these converted figures.
<Width detection>
This is done by the document width detection dial (U508) in the document pickup tray.
The document width detection dial works in conjunction with the slide guide and changes
the voltage resistance value. The ADF controller changes the width based on the changed
resistance.
Document width detection dial
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The copier accepts the document as a standard sized document, based on the length and
width information received from this unit. The accepted standard sizes and their measurements are as shown below.
• A/B type DADF
Standard size
B5R
A5
A4R
B5
B4
COMPUTER
A4
A3
Length (mm)
238 to 277
130 to 169
278 to 169
163 to 202
345 to 384
362 to 401
191 to 230
401 to 440
Width (mm)
178 to 187
206 to 215
253 to 262
275 to 284
293 to 297
The document will be judged of standard length if its length is within
± 10mm of standard size.
The document will be judged of standard width if its width is within
± 5mm of standard size.
Sizes outside of this range will be judged non-standard.
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• Inch type DADF
Standard size
STMT
LTRR
FLSC
LGL
LTR
COMPUTER
11 x 17 (297.4 to 431.8)
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
121 to 160
260 to 299
311 to 343
344 to 376
197 to 236
362 to 401
413 to 450
212 to 221
275 to 284
The document will be judged of standard length if its length is within
± 10mm of standard size.
The document will be judged of standard width if its width is within
± 5mm of standard size.
Sizes outside of this range will be judged non-standard.
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• Inch/A /B type DADF
Standard size
BR5
A5
A4R
STMT
LTRR
FLSC
LGL
B5
B4
LTR
COMPUTER
11 x 17(297.4 to 431.8)
A4
A3
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
238 to 277
130 to 169
278 to 317
121 to 160
260 to 299
311 to 343
344 to 376
163 to 202
345 to 384
197 to 236
362 to 401
413 to 450
191 to 230
401 to 440
178 to 187
200 to 213
214 to 221
253 to 262
275 to 284
293 to 297
The document will be judged of standard length if its length is within
± 20mm of standard size.
The document will be judged of standard width if its width is within
± 5mm of standard size.
Sizes outside of this range will be judged non-standard.
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c. Final document detection
Detects the trailing edge of the last document.
Immediately after the first document page has been picked up, this unit sends the next
page on to the pre-registration sensor position. (Advance separation. However, DADF-K1
does not perform advance separation if the document is large sized.)
If no document is detected by the final document detection sensor, the ADF controller
judges that the final document has been picked up.
A final document detection signal (LAST) is sent on to the copier main unit, and the
copier then knows not to pickup any more paper.
<Final document detection document sizes>
· Standard sizes: B5, A4, LTR
· Length: 165 to 226mm
final document detection
signal (LAST)
ADF controller PCB
prism
pre-registration sensor document
U504
U502
final document detection sensor
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document
final document sensor
document tray
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Counting Originals
The number of times that the registration sensor has turned on in response to the trailing
edge of an original is used as the number of originals.
The ADF is not equipped with an original feed mode for counting originals when making double-sided copies of single-sided originals.
The originals are copied in order of how they are picked up and delivered accordingly.
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2.3 Document pickup/separation
2.3.1 Overview
The first (top) page of the document is separated as described below.
The pickup roller and lifter are raised so as to pinch the whole document.
→ The separation roller rotates.
→ The separation roller rotates on top of the document that has been pushed up against
the separation pad.
Pickup roller descent/lifter elevation: separation motor (M1) is rotated in reverse.
Pickup roller elevation/lifter descent/separation roller rotation: separation motor (M1) rotates forward.
The separation unit has a separation sensor (SR3) in it which monitors the feed status of
the document.
When a document is set in the document tray and the START key pressed on the copier
main unit, pickup and separation are performed as per diagram below.
separation roller pickup roller
separation
sensor
lifter
registration roller
separation pad
pre-registration sensor
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1) Elevation operation start (pre-separation)
The separation motor (M1) rotates in reverse and the separation lifter rises. The pickup
roller (which lifts up the document) is lowered onto the topmost document page and
presses down on the document. The separation motor rotates in reverse for 250msec.
and then stops.
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2) Pickup separation operation
The separation motor (M1) rotates forward and the pickup roller picks up the first page
of the document. Only the topmost sheet, which is in contact with the separation pad, is
separated and then sent on to the registration roller. Then, the lifter descends and the
pickup roller ascends.
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3) Loop operation
The first page is pushed against the registration roller, where it forms a loop.
The separation roller stops 52 sec. after the pre-registration sensor (U502) detects the
leading edge of the document.
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2.3.2 Pickup roller unit elevation
The pickup roller and lifter ascend and descend in conjunction with the operation of the
separation motor (M1).
Separation motor reverse rotation
When the separation motor rotates in reverse, the lock retaining the pickup roller is released and the roller descends under its own weight. Drive is transmitted through the
lifter arm and the lifter ascends. In this way, the unit gets ready to pick up the document.
Separation motor (M1)
Pickup roller
reverse rotation
Lifter
Separation roller
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Separation motor forward rotation
When the separation motor (M1) rotates forward, the lifter begins to descend. Then, the
pickup roller returns to the upper position. Only when the separation motor is rotating
forward, the rotation drive force is transmitted and the separation roller and pickup
roller begin to rotate.
Separation motor (M1)
Pickup roller
forward rotation
Separation roller
Lifter
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1) When the copier START key is pressed, the separation motor (M1) begins to rotate in
reverse. The motor stops after 250msec. and the lifting operation also stops.
M1
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2) Once the pickup roller has stopped descending and the lifter has stopped ascending, the
separation roller begins to rotate forward.
M1
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3) After the separation motor has been rotating for a while, the lifter descends. Then, the
pickup roller rotates and rises up from the document surface (and returns to its standby
position).
M1
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4) When the pre-registration sensor (U508) detects the trailing edge of the document
(OFF), the separation motor begins to rotate in reverse once again. The lifter comes up
and lifts up the document.
M1
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2.3.3 Separation sensor (SR3)
There is a separation sensor (SR3) in the document feed path, which monitors the document feed status. After the document has been fed on by the forward rotation of the separation motor, if the sensor cannot detect the presence of a document after a prescribed period
of time, the ADF controller will judge that some kind of separation malfunction (delay) has
occurred and will display a jam warning on the control panel.
Separation sensor (SR3)
Separation sensor
Document detected within prescribed time
Document not detected within prescribed time
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2.3.4 Separation motor (M1) control
Below is an overview of the control circuit of the separation motor (M1: DC motor).
CPU (Q1) on the ADF controller PCB sends 3 types of signals to the drive circuit assembly,
· separation motor rotation speed control signal (SMPWMP)
· separation motor rotation direction signals (SMFWD, SMREV)
The drive circuit assembly drives the separation motor according to the signals received.
The rotation speed control signal (SMPWMP) is always fixed and will not be corrected
even if the separation motor rotation speed is altered by some external force.
ADF controller PCB
Separation motor
SMPWM
J5F-1
SMFWD
Drive
circuit
SMREV
M1
J5F-2
Q1
CPU
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The relationships between the signals and the separation motor are as described below.
separation motor
rotation speed control signal
(SMPWMP)
separation motor
rotation direction
signal SMFWD
separation motor
rotation direction
signal SMREV
separation motor
operation
‘0’
‘1’
‘1’
‘0’
‘0’
‘1’
‘0’
‘1’
‘0’
Stop
Forward
Reverse
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2.3.5 Operation timing (pickup assembly)
copy start
Separation
motor (M1)
Feed roller
elevation
Pre-registration Pre-registration
sensor ON
sensor OFF
Pre-registration
sensor ON
reverse
forward
reverse
forward
down
up
down
up
Lifter elevation
up
down
up
down
Pickup roller
rotation
Separation roller
rotation
Separation
sensor (SR3)
document leading document leading document leading document leading
edge detection
edge detection
edge detection
edge detection
Pre-registration
sensor (U502)
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2.4 Document feeding
2.4.1 Overview
The drive from the feed motor (M2) causes the registration roller and feed belt drive roller
to rotate. The document feed direction will switch between forward and reverse, depending
on the document size (small size, large size) and the operating mode (single sided, double
sided, etc.).
Pre-registration
sensor
Feed belt
Feed belt drive roller
BK
M2
Feed motor
Registration roller
Feed motor brake
Retaining roller
Feed belt driven roller
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1) Feeding starts
After the document has been fed on to the separation unit, the feed motor (M2) rotates
forward and the document is fed onto the copyboard glass.
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2) Deceleration control
Once the pre-registration sensor (U502) detects the trailing edge of the document, the
document length (in the forward direction) is computed from the time of the pre-registration sensor detection and the feed motor clock count.
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3) Separation stops (copying begins)
When the document has been fed onto the copyboard glass and positioned, the feed motor brake (BK) engages and stops the feeding operation.
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4) Delivery begins (copying stops)
The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and the document is fed to the reverse delivery assembly.
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2.4.2 Feed motor (M2) control
Below is an overview of the control circuit of the feed motor (M2: DC motor).
CPU (Q1) on the ADF controller PCB sends 3 types of signals to the drive circuit assembly,
· feed motor rotation speed control signal (FMPWM)
· feed motor rotation direction signals (FMFWD, FMREV)
The drive circuit assembly drives the separation motor according to the signals received.
When the feed motor rotates, a feed motor clock signal (FMCK) is sent to the CPU by the
feed clock sensor (SR1). Based on this signal, the CPU changes the feed motor rotation
speed control signal (FMPWM) to match the set speed.
ADF controller PCB
Feed motor
FMPWM
FMFWD
FMREV
J5F-3
Drive
circuit
M2
J5F-4
Q1
CPU
SR1
FMCK
Feed motor clock sensor
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The relationships between the signals and the separation motor are as described below.
feed motor rotation feed motor rotation feed motor rotation
speed control sigdirection signal
direction signal
nal (FMPWM)
FMFWD
FMREV
‘0’
‘1’
‘1’
‘0’
‘0’
‘1’
‘0’
‘1’
‘0’
feed motor operation
Stop
Forward
Reverse
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2.4.3 Operation timing (feed assembly)
document leading
edge detection
document trailing document leading document trailing
edge detection
edge detection
edge detection
Pre-registration
sensor (U502)
feed motor
(M2)
Pre-registration sensor OFF
Pre-registration sensor OFF
deceleration
deceleration
forward (scanning)
forward (scanning)
Brake
(BK1)
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2.5 Document reversal/delivery
2.5.1 Overview
The reverse delivery motor (M3) drive causes the reverse delivery roller and reverse delivery driven roller to rotate.
In this unit, after feeding in the feeding direction, the feeding path is switched and the reverse delivery motor rotates in reverse to deliver the paper. (The document is delivered from
the fist page, face down in the delivery tray.)
The switching of the feed path is done by the opening and closing of two flappers.
M3
Reverse delivery roller
Reverse delivery
registration roller
Reverse delivery
driven roller
Delivery sensor
Reverse delivery
flapper (upper)
Reverse delivery
registration sensor
Reverse delivery
flapper (lower)
Reverse delivery outlet sensor
Reverse delivery
inlet sensor
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a. With small sized paper (A5, A4, B5, STMT, LTR)
The reverse delivery motor (3) rotates forward and the document is brought into the small
size switchback position.
The reverse delivery motor then rotates in reverse and the document is delivered face
down into the document delivery tray.
1) Delivery starts
The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and carries the paper to the reverse delivery assembly.
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2) Delivery operation (forward rotation)
The reverse delivery registration sensor (SR5) detects (ON) the document leading edge
and the reverse delivery motor (M3) rotates forward. (The document is sent to the reverse delivery assembly.)
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3) Delivery operation (reverse rotation)
The reverse delivery registration sensor (SR5) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the
document.
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The reverse delivery motor (M3) feeds the document until the leading edge is in the
switchback position and then stops.
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4) Deceleration control
After the delivery operation has been performed, the reverse delivery motor (M3) rotates
in reverse. The reverse delivery sensor (SR5) detects the leading edge of the document
and feeds it on for the prescribed amount. Then the reverse delivery motor begins to decelerate.
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5) Delivery operation stops
After decelerating, the reverse delivery motor rotates in reverse until the document is fed
into the document delivery tray and then stops.
After stopping, The motor again rotates the equivalent of 60mm and the flapper closes.
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b. With small sized paper (A4R, B5R, A3, LTRR, LGL, 11 x 17)
The reverse delivery motor (M3) rotates forward and the document is brought into the
large size reverse position.
The reverse delivery motor then rotates in reverse and the document is delivered face
down into the document delivery tray.
1) Delivery starts
The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and carries the paper to the reverse delivery assembly.
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2) Delivery operation (forward rotation)
The reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4) detects (ON) the document leading edge and the
reverse delivery motor (M3) rotates forward. (The document is sent to the reverse delivery assembly.)
The document is fed along the path with the flapper closed.
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3) Reversal begins
The reverse inlet sensor (U505) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document and the
feed motor (M2) rotates in reverse. (The document is returned to the copyboard glass.)
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4) The reverse inlet sensor (U505) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document. The
delivery motor (M2) feeds the document till the leading edge is in the reverse stop position and then stops.
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5) Feed path switching
When the document has stopped in the reverse stop position, the reverse delivery motor
(M3) rotates in reverse the equivalent of 60mm and the flapper opens.
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6) Deceleration control
After the feed path switching operation has been performed, the feed motor (M2) rotates
forward and the reverse delivery motor rotates in reverse (M3). (The document is delivered into the delivery tray.)
The document passes the retaining roller and the reverse delivery motor (M3) begins to
decelerate.
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7) Delivery stops
After decelerating, the reverse delivery motor rotates in reverse until the document is delivered into the delivery tray. After stopping, the motor again rotates the equivalent of
60mm and the flapper closes.
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2.5.2 Reverse delivery flapper operation
The construction comprises three flappers which open and close in conjunction with the
operation of the reverse delivery motor (M3).
When the reverse delivery motor rotates in reverse, the flappers are open.
When the reverse delivery motor rotates forward, the flappers are closed.
This operation is used to switch the feed path.
Delivery roller
Reverse delivery
flapper (upper)
Reverse delivery
flapper (lower)
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Reverse delivery motor rotates forward
The three flappers will close and the document is fed along the path shown.
Reverse delivery flappers closed
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Reverse delivery motor rotates in reverse
The three flappers open and the document is fed along the path shown.
Small sized document delivery
Large sized document delivery
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2.5.3 Reverse delivery motor (M3) control
Below is an overview of the control circuit.
CPU (Q1) on the ADF controller PCB sends 3 types of signals to the drive circuit assembly,
· reverse delivery motor rotation speed control signal (EMPWM)
· reverse delivery motor rotation direction signals (EMFWD, EMREV)
The drive circuit assembly drives the reverse delivery motor according to the signals received.
When the reverse delivery motor rotates, a reverse delivery motor clock signal (EMCK) is
sent to the CPU (Q1) by the reverse delivery motor clock sensor (SR7). The CPU (Q1)
changes the reverse delivery motor rotation speed control signal (EMPWM) to match the set
speed.
ADF controller PCB
Reverse delivery motor
EMPWM
J9F-1
EMFWD
Drive
circuit
EMREV
M3
J9F-2
Q1
CPU
SR7
EMCK
Reverse delivery motor clock sensor
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The relationships between the signals and the separation motor are as described below.
Reverse delivery
motor rotation
speed control signal (SMPWMP)
Reverse delivery
motor rotation direction signal
SMFWD
Reverse delivery
motor rotation direction signal
SMREV
Reverse delivery
motor operation
‘0’
‘1’
‘1’
‘0’
‘0’
‘1’
‘0’
‘1’
‘0’
Stop
Forward
Reverse
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2.5.4 Operation timing (reverse delivery assembly)
a. Small sized paper
Pre-registration sensor OFF
Pre-registration sensor OFF
deceleration
Feed motor
(M2)
deceleration
forward (scanning)
forward
Brake
(BK1)
Reverse delivery registration sensor
ON → OFF Delivery sensor OFF
reverse
Reverse delivery
motor (M3)
Reverse delivery
flapper open/close
reverse
forward
close
forward reverse
open
forward
close
(scanning)
Reverse delivery
registration sensor
ON → OFF Delivery sensor OFF
reverse
forward reverse
forward
open
Reverse delivery
registration sensor
(SR5)
Delivery sensor
(SR5)
Reverse delivery
inlet sensor (SR4)
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b. Large sized paper
Pre-registration sensor OFF
deceleration
Feed motor
(M2)
Brake
(BK1)
Reverse delivery
motor (M3)
Reverse delivery
flapper open/close
forward reverse forward (scanning)
forward reverse
Reverse delivery
Reverse delivery Reverse delivery
Reverse delivery outlet sensor
inlet sensor ON outlet sensor ON → OFF inlet sensor ON ON → OFF
deceleration
deceleration
forward
close
forward forward reverse reverse forward
open
close
forward forward reverse
open
Reverse delivery
inlet sensor (SR4)
Reverse delivery
registration sensor
(SR5)
Reverse outlet
sensor (U505)
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2.6 Document flow
2.6.1 Small sizes (continuous feed, single side)
When making a single sided copy of a small sized document, the first page of the document is sent to the copyboard glass while the next page is picked up at the same time.
1) When the START key is pressed, the separation motor (M1) rotates briefly, the pickup
roller descends and the lifter ascends. (Pickup standby)
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2) The separation motor (M1) stops momentarily and then rotates forward. The separation
roller and the pickup roller rotate. (The first page is separated.)
The lifter descends and then the pickup roller ascends and when the pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document, the separation motor stops.
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3) The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and the document is delivered to the copyboard
glass. The pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document. (The next page is in pickup standby mode.)
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4) The pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document. The
feed motor (M2) begins to decelerate and stops when the trailing edge of the document
is in the scanning position. The document is scanned. (The next page moves to the
separation operation.)
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5) The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and feeds the first page to the right and the next
page to the copyboard glass.
The pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the next page.
Then the feed motor decelerates and stops once the document is in the scanning position.
Scanning of the next page begins.
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6) The reverse delivery registration sensor (SR5) detects (ON) the leading edge of the
document. The reverse delivery motor (M3) begins to rotate forward. (The reverse delivery flapper is closed.) Once the trailing edge of the document passes the right retaining roller, the feed motor stops. (In continuous pickup, the feed motor stops once the
next page has been picked up.)
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7) The reverse delivery registration sensor (SR5) detects the trailing edge of the document.
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8) The reverse delivery motor (M3) send the document to the switchback position and then
stops momentarily before rotating in reverse.
The reverse delivery flapper opens and the feed path is switched.
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9) The first page is delivered on to the document delivery tray.
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10) The reverse delivery motor stops when the document has been delivered onto the document delivery tray and then rotates briefly forward. The reverse delivery flapper closes.
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2.6.2 Large sizes (single side)
When copying a large sized single sided document, once the first page has been delivered,
the next page is brought onto the copyboard glass.
1) When the START key is pressed, the delivery motor (M1) rotates briefly forward, the
pickup roller descends and the lifter ascends (pickup standby).
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2) The separation motor (M1) stops momentarily and then rotates forward. The separation
roller and the pickup roller rotate and the first page is separated.
The lifter descends and then the pickup roller ascends and when the pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document, the separation motor stops.
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3) The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and the document is brought onto the copyboard
glass. The Pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document. (The next page is now in pickup standby mode.)
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4) The Pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document.
The feed motor (M2) decelerates and then feeds the document onto the scanning position and then stops. The document is scanned.
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5) Once the scanning is completed, * (the second page of the document is separated and
the separation motor stops momentarily 100msec. after the separation sensor comes ON)
*DADF-B1 only
the feed motor (M2) rotates forward and the fist page of the document is sent to the reverse delivery assembly.
The reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document
and then the reverse delivery motor (M3) begins to rotate forward. (The reverse delivery
flapper is closed.)
<DADF-K1>
Separation sensor
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<DADF-B1>
Separation sensor
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6) The reverse delivery outlet sensor (U505) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document.
The feed motor (M2) and reverse delivery motor (M3) both stop momentarily.
<DADF-K1>
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<DADF-B1>
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7) After100ms, the feed motor (M2) rotates in reverse and the reverse delivery motor (M3)
rotates forward.
<DADF-K1>
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<DADF-B1>
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8) The reverse outlet sensor (U505) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document and
the reverse delivery motor (M3) stops. The feed motor (M2) feeds the document until
the trailing edge is at the reverse stop position and then stops.
<DADF-K1>
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9) At this time, the reverse delivery motor (M3) stops only after it has rotated in reverse the
prescribed amount.
(The reverse delivery inlet flapper opens and the feed path is switched.)
At the same time, the separation roller rotates forward and separation of the next page
begins.
<DADF-K1>
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<DADF-B1>
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10) When the next page reaches the registration roller (and pickup is finished), the feed motor (M2) rotates forward and the reverse delivery motor (M3) begins to rotate in reverse.
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11) When the pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (ON) the trailing edge of the document,
the feed motor (M2) decelerates and stops when the document trailing edge reaches the
scanning position.
When the reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4) detects the leading edge of the first page
and the page has been fed on for the prescribed amount, the reverse delivery motor (M3)
decelerates and then feeds the document into the document delivery tray and stops.
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12) Then, the reverse flapper motor (M3) rotates forward for the prescribed amount and
stops. (The reverse flapper closes.)
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2.6.3 Double sided copy mode
After the front side has been scanned, the document is sent on to the reverse delivery assembly and reversed.
The reversed document is briefly returned to the pre-registration sensor (U502) and then
aligned in the scanning position on the copyboard glass. Then the reverse side is scanned.
1) When the START key is pressed, the separation motor (M1) rotates in reverse briefly,
the pickup roller descends and the lifter ascends. (Pickup standby)
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2) The separation motor stops momentarily then rotates forward and the separation roller
and the pickup roller rotate and the first page of the document is separated. The lifter
descends and the pickup roller ascends. Pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (ON) the
leading edge of the document and the separation motor stops.
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3) The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and the document is fed onto the copyboard glass.
Pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document. (The
next page is now in pickup standby mode.)
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4) Pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document. The
feed motor (M2) decelerates and stops when the document has been brought into the
scanning position. The front side of the page is scanned.
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5) When scanning is complete, the feed motor rotates forward and the document is sent on
to the reverse delivery assembly. The reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4) detects (ON)
the leading edge of the document and the reverse delivery motor (M3) begins to rotate
forward. (The reverse delivery flapper is now closed.)
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6) The reverse outlet sensor (U505) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document. The
feed motor (M2) stops momentarily and then begins to rotate in reverse.
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7) *DADF only
The document returned to the copyboard glass is now sent to the pickup assembly.
The pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document and
the feed motor (M2) stops.
<DADF-B1>
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8) <DADF-K1>
The reverse output sensor (U505) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document and
the motor begins to decelerate. The motor stops when the trailing edge of the document
has been fed to the scanning position in double sided copy mode.
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<DADF-B1>
After stopping, the feed motor then begins to rotate forward. The pre-registration sensor
(U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document and the motor begins to decelerate. The motor stops when the leading edge of the document has been fed onto the
scanning position.
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9) When the document stops at the prescribed position, the reverse delivery motor (M3)
rotates briefly in the reverse direction. The reverse delivery flapper opens and the delivery path is switched and the reverse side of the page is scanned.
<DADF-K1>
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<DADF-B1>
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10) When the scanning is finished, the separation of the second page begins.
* (The separation motor (M2) rotates forward and the first page is moved to the right.)
* DADF-B1 only.
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11) The separation motor (M1) rotates forward and the next page is separated. The pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (ON) the leading edge of the document and the separation motor stops.
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12) The feed motor (M2) rotates forward and the reverse delivery motor (M3) rotates in reverse. The first page of the document is sent to the document delivery tray. (The next
page is brought onto the copyboard glass.)
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13) The pre-registration sensor (U502) detects (OFF) the trailing edge of the document. The
feed motor (M2) decelerates and stops when the trailing edge of the document is in the
scanning position. The reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4) detects (ON) the leading
edge of the first page of the document and when the document is fed on the prescribed
amount, the reverse delivery motor (M3) decelerates and stops when the document has
been sent to the document delivery tray.
The reverse delivery motor stops momentarily and then rotates briefly forward. (The
reverse delivery flapper is closed.)
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2.6.4 Mixed size mode
In this unit, documents of mixed length and the same width type can be copied together.
In mixed size copying, after the first page has been delivered, the next page is brought
onto the copyboard glass. The operation mode is the same for the final sheet in large size or
double sided copying.
2.6.5 Jam recovery mode
When a jam occurs, the copied document left on the copyboard glass is idle fed. The
document flow is the same as for single sided copying but there is no scanning and the
documents are fed continuously.
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2.7 Document jam detection
This unit detects document jams, using the sensors displayed below. When a jam occurs,
the unit sends the details and code to the copier main unit. The jam codes can be checked
with COPIER > DISPLAY > JAM in the copier service mode.
Copier service mode window
Display
I/O
< JAM >
Adjust Function Option
Test
Counter
< READY >
< 1/7 >
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
AA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFFF G HHHHHH IIIII
+/-
OK
Jam code
‘1’ means a jam in the unit.
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SR3
U503
U504
SR8
SR2
U505
SR5
U502
U508
SR4
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SR2
SR3
SR4
SR5
Pickup unit cover sensor
Separation sensor
Reverse delivery inlet sensor
Reverse delivery registration
sensor/ delivery sensor
SR6 ... ADF open/ close sensor
SR8 ... Reverse delivery unit cover sensor
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...
...
...
...
U502
U503
U504
U505
U508
.... Pre-registration sensor
.... Document set sensor
.... Final document detection sensor
.... Reverse outlet sensor
.... Document width detection dial
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1. Jam timing
When any of the jams in Table 2-207 are detected, the ADF operation
stops immediately.
2. Jam reset
Pickup delay jam: When the document is cleared from the document
tray, reset is possible.
Other jams:
When the document is removed from the document
tray and any jammed paper removed from the ADF,
the unit can be reset by opening and closing the
ADF.
3. An alarm will be displayed when the following are attempted.
· Using mixed documents without specifying mixed document mode.
· Copying with stapled documents.
(However, in cases where it is possible to remove a document from inside of the unit, a combination of a jam alert and alarm will be displayed.)
E.g. ‘Alarm display + 8C jam’ will be displayed together.
DADF-B1
An alarm is displayed 5 seconds after a jam is cleared. The alarm
will then clear automatically.
DADF-K1
The message ‘CHECK DOCUMENT’ appears on the control panel
and then disappears when the OK button is pressed.
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The document jam sensors and conditions under which a jam is judged are as follows.
Jam
Code Sensor Conditions
Separation delay
0002
SR3
Pickup delay
0003
U502
Pickup stationary
0005
U502
Early separation
0006
timing
Reverse outlet delay 0011
SR3
Reverse outlet stationary
0012
U505
Double sided
0023
U502
U505
U505
Delivery inlet delay
0041
SR4
Delivery inlet stationary*
0042
SR4
After the separation motor (M1) begins rotate forward, the
separation sensor (SR3) does not come ON within 500msec.
The pre-registration sensor (U502) does not go ON within 1
sec from the separation sensor (SR3) in the case of small
sized paper and from around the separation sensor in the
case of large sized paper.
The pre-registration sensor pre-registration sensor (U502)
does not come even though the feed motor has been rotating for 500msec,. after coming ON after the registration
loop has been formed.
The separation sensor (SR3) comes on after separation begins.
The reverse outlet sensor (U505) does not come ON within
the prescribed time after the trailing edge of the document
has cleared the right end of the retaining roller.
The reverse outlet sensor (U505) does not go OFF after the
trailing edge of the document has been detected by the reverse delivery registration sensor (SR5) and fed by the delivery motor the equivalent of 500msec.
<DADF-B1>
After a double sided document has been reversed, when the
document is transported from the copyboard glass to the
pickup unit, the pre-registration sensor (U502) does not
come ON within the prescribed time.
<DADF-K1>
After a double sided copy has been reversed, the feed motor
rotates for the prescribed period of time with the reverse
outlet sensor (U505) still ON.
In the case of small sized paper, from the start of document
pickup, and in the case of large sized paper and double
sided documents, from a point 51mm before the reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4), the feed motor (M2) rotates the
equivalent of 100msec., but reverse delivery inlet sensor
(SR4) does not come ON.
In the case of small sized paper, from when the document
leading edge reaches the reverse registration roller nip, and
in the case of large sized paper and double sided documents, when the document leading edge reaches the reverse
outlet sensor (U505), the reverse inlet sensor (SR5) does not
go OFF within the prescribed time.
*DADF-B1 only
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Jam
Code Sensor Conditions
Reverse registration
delay
0043
SR5
Reverse registration
delay
0044
SR5
Reverse flapper fail- 0045
ure (small size)
Delivery sensor sta- 0046
tionary (small size)
U505
SR5
Delivery sensor delay (small size)
0047
SR5
Delivery sensor delay (large size and
double sided)
Reverse delivery
unit cover open
DADF open
0048
SR4
0080
SR8
Pickup cover open
0082
Document left on
copyboard glass
0088
Timing failure 1
008A
Timing failure 2
008B
Timing failure 3
008C
User DADF open
User cover open
0091
0092
0081
The reverse inlet sensor (SR5) does not come ON within the
prescribed time after reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4)
comes ON.
The reverse registration sensor (SR5) does not go OFF
within the prescribed time after the reverse delivery inlet
sensor (SR4) OFF.
The flapper has not switched when the reverse outlet sensor
(U505) checks the flapper switching after every delivery.
After reverse delivery motor (M3) begins to rotate in reverse, the delivery sensor (SR5) does not go OFF within the
prescribed time.
The delivery sensor (SR5) does not go OFF after the document has been fed the equivalent of 50mm after the trailing
edge has passed the sensor.
The reverse inlet sensor (SR5) does not come ON with the
prescribed time after delivery has commenced.
When the copier has stopped because it has no paper, the
reverse delivery unit cover is opened.
SR6
When the copier has stopped because it has no paper, the
DADF cover is opened.
SR2
When the copier has stopped because it has no paper, the
pickup unit cover is opened.
SR4, SR5 Pickup starts with a document left on the copyboard glass.
Detected by reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4) and reverse
delivery registration sensor (SR5).
The correct timing could not be obtained for picking up the
second side in double sided copying. Or, task completion
could not be detected within the prescribed time.
During continuous feeding, while the delivered documents
are being counted by the delivery clock sensor (SR7), the
pickup of the next document is completed but the reverse
delivery motor (M3) encoder pulse cannot be detected.
When mixed documents are fed though mixed document
mode has not been designated, a document size abnormality
alarm (0014) is generated and, since jam clearing is necessary, this jam display appears. 008C (jam) and 0014
(alarm) appear together and the unit automatically recovers
5 seconds after the jam has been cleared.
The DADF is opened during operation.
SR6
SR2, SR8 The cover is opened while the DADF is operating.
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Jam
Separation sensor
initial status
Pre-registration sensor initial status
Reverse
deliveryinlet sensor
initial status
Reverse delivery
sensor
Code Sensor
0094
SR3
0095
U502
0096
SR4
0097
SR5
Conditions
Before separating the first page of the document, the
document sensor (SR3) comes ON.
Before separating the first page of the document, the reverse delivery inlet sensor (SR4) comes on.
Before separating the first page of the document, the preregistration sensor (U502) comes on.
Before separating the first page of the document, the reverse delivery sensor (SR5) comes on.
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2.8 Alarm detection
The alarm codes for this unit are as shown below and shown in the following service
mode.
(COPIER > DISPLAY > ALARM-1 > DF)
Copier alarm display window (service mode)
Display
I/O
Adjust Function Option
DF
00
SORTER
00
00
00
Counter
< READY >
< 1/1 >
< ALARM-1 >
Test
00
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The alarm detection sensors and conditions for judging an alarm are as shown below.
Alarm
Code Sensor
Separation failure 03
Jam recovery
11
sheet count error
Document
13
pulled out
Document
14
size error
Operating mode 21
error
SR3
Conditions
When the first sheet is picked up and the separation motor
(M1) rotates forward, the separation sensor (SR3) does not
come ON within 500msec.
The jam recovery sheet count is greater than the actual number
of document pages.
The document is pulled out of the tray during document
processing.
Mixed size documents are loaded even though mixed
document mode has not been designated. Or, documents with
lengths differing by ± 10mm or more in the feed direction are
detected. 008C (jam) is displayed at the same time. After the
jam is cleared, the alarm (14) is displayed for five seconds and
then cleared automatically.
The operating mode combination cannot be executed.
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REF.
When a jam occurs, the copier records how many pages were copied at that
time. The ADF controller rotates the copied pages and when the un-copied
pages are set on the copyboard, copying begins.
After the jam has been cleared, if the number of document pages is
changed, proper copying cannot be performed.
E.g. Refer to the diagram below.
Abnormality [1]: After a jam has been cleared, the number of document pages is changed. (ADF and copier operations
stop.)
Abnormality [2]: Normal operation performed.
Normal
A ten page
document is set in
the document tray.
A jam occurs
on the eighth
page.
(Seven pages
of the document
copied.)
Abnormality [2]
Abnormality [1]
The document is
returned to the initial
status and ten
pages are set on the
document tray.
Seven pages are counted
as having been copied
and the copying operation
resumes from the eighth
page.
Three document
pages set on the
document tray.
ADF operation stops
after document pages
have been counted.
[Ten pages (total document pages) - 7 (copied pages)
=three pages.]
Eight pages set
on document tray.
Jam occurs
on third page.
(Two pages copied.)
Copying resumes from
second page after the
document pages have
been counted.
[Ten pages (total document pages) – 2 (copied pages)
= eight pages.]
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2.8.1 Reset
To reset after a document set failure, remove the documents from the document tray and
then reset them.
Also, the copier will display a message. This should be checked before setting the documents.
2.9 Power supply
The diagram below gives an overview of the power supply.
The power supply for this unit is supplied by the copier’s two 24V systems.
System 1 (J2): Supplies loads after passing the circuit breaker (CB1).
The circuit breaker protects the circuitry by shutting off the power supply
if an over-current is detected.
System 2 (J1F): Converted to 5V by the regulator (Q17) and then used for logic systems
and sensors.
Fuse resistors (FU1 and FU2) protect the circuitry by blowing to shut off the power supply if an over-current is detected.
Breaker
Fuse
(FU2)
24V
Motor
J2
Circuit breaker
(CB1)
24V
5V
Fuse
(FU1)
24V
J1
Copier
Regulator
IC (Q17)
Sensor
Logic systems
5V
5V
Sensor
EADF controller board
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1 Basic configuration
1.1 Outer covers
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[1] Document tray
[2] Document support tray
[3] Reverse delivery unit cover
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[1] Main unit front cover
[2] Main unit rear cover 1
[3] Main unit rear cover 2
[4] ADF control cover
[5] Timing belt cover
[6] Feed belt
[7] Pickup unit cover
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To perform cleaning, maintenance and repairs inside the unit, remove the covers in the
following sequence.
1.1.1 Removing the document tray
1) Turn off the power to the copier.
2) Remove the ADF communication cable
from the copier.
3) Check the (two) document tray installation positions [1] (the positions of the
fixing screws are marked) beforehand.
4) Remove the two fixing screws [2] and
slide out the document tray [3] forwards.
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5) Remove the earth wire [1] (two screws
[2]) and connector [3].
6) Remove the document tray [4].
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When attaching the document
tray, attach the document retainer [1] by fixing it into the
pickup side. Be careful not to
attach the document retainer [1]
in reverse, as illustrated.
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1.1.2 Removing the ADF
1) Turn off the power to the copier.
2) Remove the ADF communication cable
from the copier.
3) Open the ADF as far as it will go.
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4) Remove the two black screws [2].
[1]
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5) Slide the ADF to the back and, holding
it firmly in both hands, lift it up and remove it.
The unit has a locking mechanism at the hinge legs, to prevent it from coming loose.
Therefore, to remove the unit
from the copier, it needs to be
opened fully.
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1.1.3 Removing the main unit cover
To remove the pickup unit and the reverse delivery unit, first remove the ADF from the
copier.
Remove the document tray. (There is a risk of its being damaged.)
1) Lay the ADF unit with the feed belt [1]
uppermost.
2) Remove the 4 screws [3] from the main
unit front cover [2].
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3) Remove 2 screws [2] and remove the
main unit rear cover [1].
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4) Take out three screws [2] and remove
the main unit rear cover [1].
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5) Remove the ADF controller cover [1]
by removing 2 screws [2].
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Remove only the main unit covers (with
the ADF attached to the copier main
unit.)
REF.
(→ Basic configuration > 1.1
Outer covers > 1.1.3 Removal
of main unit covers 2) to 5).)
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1.2 Removing the feed belt unit
To remove the pickup unit and the reverse delivery unit, first remove the ADF from the
copier.
(→ Basic configuration > 1.1 Outer covers > 1.1.3 Removal of main unit covers.)
1) Remove the timing belt cover [1] by removing 1 screw [2].
When attaching the timing belt
cover[1], clip on the tab [3].
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2) Remove the 4 retaining clips [1].
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3) Lift up the feed belt unit [2] so that it
can slide out from the timing belt [1].
When attaching the feed belt
unit, left up the pickup inner
guide [3] slightly to ease attachment.
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Removal of main unit covers and feed
unit (with the ADF attached to the
copier).
(→ Basic configuration > 1.1
Outer covers > 1.1.3 Removal
of main unit covers Removal
of the main unit covers (with the
ADF attached to the copier), >
1.2 Removal of the feed belt
unit > Removal of the pickup
unit, reverse delivery unit)
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1.3 ADF controller circuit board
1.3.1 Removal
When removing the ADF controller PCB as part of the pickup unit and reverse delivery unit removal procedure, first remove the ADD from the
copier.
1) Remove the ADF controller [1] by removing two screws [2].
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2) Remove the six connectors [1] and the
two screws [2] then remove the ADF
controller PCB.
Do not touch the connectors of
the ADF controller PCB.
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1.3.2 Installation
When attaching the ADF controller cover, make sure that the wires [1] do not get nipped
by the cover [2], as illustrated.
[1]
[2]
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2 Drive systems
2.1 Removing the pickup unit
To remove drive related units, first remove the ADF unit from the copier.
1) Remove the document tray. (→ Basic
configuration > 1.1 Outer covers > 1.1.1
Removal of document tray)
2) Remove the ADF. (→ Basic configuration > 1.1 Outer covers > 1.1.2 Removal
of the ADF.)
3) Remove the main unit cover. (→ Basic
configuration > 1.1 Outer covers > 1.1.3
Removal of the main unit cover.)
4) Remove the feed belt unit. (→ Basic
configuration > 1.2 Removal of the feed
belt unit · With the pickup unit and reverse delivery unit removed.)
5) Remove the ADF controller PCB. (→
Basic configuration > 1.3 ADF controller PCB > 1.3.1 Removal)
6) Remove the pickup unit [1] by removing six black screws [2] and one white
screw [3].
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6)
Remove carefully, so as not to
catch on the protrusion [1]
shown in the figure.
Place your hands under the pickup unit
[2] and pull out the cables [3] from the
trough in the main unit.
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2.2 Removing the separation motor (M1)
(→ 2 Drive related units > 2.1 Removal of the pickup unit 1) to 6) )
1) Remove the two black screws [1].
2) Remove the four connectors [3] connected to the cable guide [2].
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3) Slide the cable guide [1] upward and
remove the separation motor [2] by removing two black screws [3].
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2.3 Removing the feed motor (M2)
(→ 2 Drive related units > 2.1 Removal of the pickup unit)
2.3.1 Removal
1) Remove the pickup unit motor unit [1]
by removing three black screws [2].
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2) Remove the feed delivery motor clock
sensor [1] by removing the two screws
[2].
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3) Remove the feed motor encoder board
[1] by opening the retaining claws [2].
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4) Remove the feed motor relay gear [1]
and the timing belt [2].
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5) Remove the feed motor [1] by removing
four black screws [2].
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2.3.2 Installation
1)
Note the following when installing the feed motor.
The feed motor needs to be attached
facing the right way. The board [1] attached to the motor should be facing as
shown in the illustration.
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2) Attach the feed motor [1] at an angle to
the timing belt [2] and the gear [3].
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3) Check that the timing belt [1] is taut and
then attach with four black screws [2].
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When attaching the motor unit, hook
the timing belt [1] onto the gear [2] and
attach so that the motor axle [3] and the
hole [4] in the metal plate are aligned.
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When attaching the separation motor,
first hook the timing belt [1] onto the
separation motor gear [2].
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2.4 Removing the reverse delivery unit
1) Remove the document tray. (→ Basic
configuration > 1.1 Outer covers > 1.1.1
Removal of document tray)
2) Remove the ADF. (→ Basic configuration > 1.1 Outer covers > 1.1.2 Removal
of the ADF.)
3) Remove the main unit cover. (→ Basic
configuration > 1.1 Outer covers > 1.1.3
Removal of the main unit cover.)
4) Remove the feed belt unit. (→ Basic
configuration > 1.2 Removal of the feed
belt unit With the pickup unit and reverse delivery unit removed.)
5) Remove the ADF controller PCB. (→
Basic configuration > 1.3 ADF controller PCB > 1.3.1 Removal)
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2.4.1 Removal
1) Remove the black screw [2] securing
the delivery cover [1] support axle and
remove the white screw [3] securing the
wire.
Be careful not to bend the sensor flag [1] attached to the delivery cover [2].
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2) Remove the reverse delivery unit [1] by
removing four black screws [2] and one
white screw [3] and then remove the
connector [4] attached to the motor.
3) Place your hand under the reverse delivery unit [1] and pull out the cables from
the trough in the main unit.
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2.4.2 Installation
1) Before attaching the reverse delivery
unit, re-attach the connector [1] and
feed the reverse delivery unit connector
[2] through the trough of the main unit
and attach it.
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Make sure that the reverse delivery unit [1] does not interfere
with the reverse transfer
mylar [2].
If the mylar becomes warped, it
may cause jams in the reverse
delivery assembly.
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2) Insert the sensor flag [1] first and then
attach the delivery cover [2].
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REF.
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When attaching the cover support axle, push it in while closing the delivery cover.
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2.5 Removing the reverse delivery motor (M3)
(→ 2 Drive related units > 2.4 reverse delivery unit > 2.4.1 Removal )
1) Remove the two screws [2] from the
cable guide [1] and loosen it.
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2) Remove the connector [1] and remove
the reverse delivery motor [2] by removing the two screws [3].
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When removing the reverse delivery motor, make sure that it
does not catch on the notch in
the metal plate [1].
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3 Paper feed related
3.1 Removing the separation pad
O
F
F
1) Set the dipswitch bits 3, 5 and 6 on the
ADF controller PCB ON. (Lifter ascend mode)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
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2) Turn ON the power to the copier. When
the dipswitch [1] on the ADF controller
is pressed, the lifter will automatically
ascend after three seconds.
CP1
J7
J6
DSW1
LED2
LED1
[1]
J2
J10
J5
J9
J1
CP17
ADF controller PCB
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3) Close the ADF.
4) Remove the separation roller cover [1]
by removing the two black screws [2].
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5) Make sure that the separation roller
holder [1] is raised as illustrated, and
then attach the guide roller [2].
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6) Remove the two black screws [1] and
then remove the separation purge unit
[2].
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7) Raise the separation pad [1] and attach
it.
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When attaching or removing the
separation pad, push the left release lever [1] in the direction of
the arrow shown here.
8) After attaching the separation pad, turn
bits 3 and 6 ON and press the push
switch.
The lifter will automatically descend
and stop three seconds later.
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3.2 Removing the separation roller
(→ 3 Paper feed related > 3.1 Removal of the separation pad assembly)
1) Lower the separation roller holder [1]
and pull out the stopper [2].
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2) Slide the separation roller coupling [1]
over to the left.
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3) Lower the separation roller holder and
pull out the separation roller unit to the
left.
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4) Remove the resin E-ring [1] that secures
the shaft and then move the gear [2] to
the separation roller side [3] and remove the shaft pin [4].
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5) Pull out the shaft [1] in the direction of
the arrow and then remove the separation roller [2].
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3.3 Removing the pickup roller
(→ 3 Paper feed related units > 3.2 Removal of the separation roller > 1) to 3) )
1) Remove the resin E-ring [1] that secures
the shaft. Then pull out the shaft [2]
and remove the pickup roller [3].
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3.4 Installing the separation roller unit
(→ 3 Paper feed related units > 3.1 Removing the separation pad )
1) Fit the separation roller into the pickup
unit, being careful of the position of the
bearing [1].
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2) Slide the coupling in the direction of the
arrow shown so that the notch [1]
meshes with the spring pin [2].
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3) Lower the separation holder [1] and
slide in the stopper [2].
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The stopper should be attached
from above the separation roller
holder lever.
4) Move the stopper slightly up and down
to check that it is properly in the separation roller coupling groove.
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Make sure that the separation
roller holder [1] is below the
pickup roller joint [2].
[2]
[1]
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3.5 Removing the reverse roller and feed roller
1) Remove the reverse delivery unit.
(→ 2 Drive related units > 2.4.1 Removal of the reverse delivery unit)
2) Take out the reverse delivery motor.
(→ 2 Drive related units > 2.5 Removal
of the reverse delivery motor (M3) 1)
to 2) )
3) Remove the connector [1] and then slide
the cable guide [2] downward.
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4) Remove the two E rings [1] and the two
gears [2].
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5) Remove the shaft pin [1] from the main
axle.
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6) Remove the E ring [1] and the bushing
[2].
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7) Remove the clip ring [1] securing the
gear [2]. Remove the gear [2] and the Ering [3] securing the gear shaft.
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8) Remove the E ring [1] and the gear [2].
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9) Remove the bushing [1].
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10) Remove the inner guide spring [1].
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11) As you lift up the inner guide unit [1]
slide the reverse roller [2], with the
shaft, in the direction of the arrow.
Then lift up the inner guide unit [1] and
the reverse roller [2] together and remove them/
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12) Remove the gear cover [1] by removing
the three black screws [2].
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13) Remove the two gears [1].
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14) Remove the shaft pin [1] from the reverse roller axle and remove the reverse
roller [2].
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15) Remove the two Erings [2] securing the
feed roller shaft [1].
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16) Remove the bearings [1] at both ends
and the gear [2] and then remove the
feed roller [3].
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3.6 Removing the feed belt
1) Remove the transfer belt unit (→ 1. Basic configuration > 1.2 Removal of the transfer
belt unit)
To remove the spring, first unhook the ring section from the protrusion A in
the illustration. To attach the spring, first secure at notch B and then hook
onto protrusion A. (This is to maintain the accuracy of the belt tension.)
2) (Remove the two stoppers [1] at either
side of the feed belt unit by removing
one screw [2] and then)* remove the
two springs [3] at either end.
* DADF-K1 only.
When attaching the two stoppers [1],
make sure to fit them in the direction
indicated by the arrow and to fasten
with the screws.
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3) Pull out the feed belt [1].
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The spring strength of the feed
belt unit retaining roller depends on the type of spring
(strong, medium, weak). When
replacing the spring, be careful
not to attach the spring in the
wrong position.
There are three types of spring.
<DADF-K1>
[3]: Six marking springs (medium)
[4]: Four silver springs (strong)
Other than [3] and [4]:
Six silver springs (weak)
<DADF-B1>
[3]: Two gold springs (medium)
[4]: Four silver springs (strong)
Other than [3]: and [4]:
Eight silver springs (weak)
<DADF-K1>
[4]
[3]
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<DADF-B1>
[4]
[3]
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4 Sensors
4.1 Removing the document sensor board (U503)
1) Remove the pickup unit. (→ 2 Drive
related units > 2.1 Removal of the
pickup unit)
2) Remove the black screw [2] from the
cable guide [1] and the three connectors
[3], then slide out the cable guide in the
direction of the arrow shown.
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3) Remove the document sensor board attachment stay [1] by removing one
black screw [2] and then remove the
connectors [3] from the sensor.
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4) Lift up the document sensor board attachment stay and remove the single
connector [1] then remove the document sensor board [2] by removing the
two black screws [3].
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4.2 Removing the document set LED board
1) Remove the pickup unit. (→ 2 Drive
related units > 2.1 Removal of the
pickup unit)
2) Remove the connector [1] and then remove the document set LED board [2]
by removing one black screw [3].
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4.3 Removing the final document detection sensor board
(U504)
1) Remove the document tray. (→ 1 Basic
configuration > 1.1.1 Removing the
document tray)
2) Remove the document tray cover [1] by
removing the two screws [2].
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3) Remove the connector [1] and then remove the final document detection sensor board [2] by removing the two black
screws [3].
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4.4 Document detection dial (VR)
4.4.1 Removal
1) Remove the document tray. (→ 1 Basic
configuration > 1.1.1 Removing the
document tray)
2) Remove the document tray cover. (→ 4
Sensors > 4.3 Removing the final document detection sensor board (U504) 1)
to 2) )
3) After removing the connector [1], remove the screw [2] and then the earth
wire [3].
4) Remove the final document detection
dial [4] by removing the two black
screws [5].
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4.4.2 Installation
1) Remove the single document stopper
[1] and then open out the slide guide [2]
to both ends.
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2) Attach the dial idler gear [1] to match the
position shown by the arrow.
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3) Check that the click tab [1] of the side
guide gear is in the position illustrated.
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4) Rotate the dial gear [1] in the direction
of the arrow and then return it two
clicks [2].
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5) Attach the document detection dial with
two screws.
6) Attach the two width guides, covers and
the document tray to the ADF.
7) Perform the document tray width adjustments described in ‘Chapter 5 1
Standard adjustments’ to 1.2 Electrical
units’.
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4.5 Removing the pre-registration sensor (U502)
1) Remove the pickup unit. (→ 2 Drive
related units > 2.1 Removal of the
pickup unit)
2) Remove the pickup lower cover [1] by
removing the two black screws [2].
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3) Open the pickup unit [1] and remove
the two screws [2].
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4) Remove the connector [1] and then remove the pre-registration sensor board
[2].
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5) Remove the attachment stay [2] of the
pre-registration sensor board [1] by removing three black screws [3].
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4.6 Removing the reverse exit sensor (U505)
1) Remove the reverse delivery unit. (→
Drive related units > 2.5 Removal of the
reverse delivery unit.)
2) Pressing down on the reverse inner
guide [1] in the direction of the arrow,
remove the black screw [2].
F03-406-01
3) Pull out the reverse outlet sensor board
[1] part way in the direction of the arrow and remove the connector [2].
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MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
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CHAPTER 4 Maintenance and Inspection
1 Periodic replacement parts
This unit has no periodic replacement parts.
2 Consumable replacement parts replacement targets list
Some parts that are likely to need replacement at least once during the life of the product,
through wear or breakage, and can be replaced as necessary, are listed below, with their average expected lives (numbers of sheets).
As of March, 1999
No.
Part name
1
Feed belt
2
Separation roller
3
Separation pad
4
Pickup roller
Part No.
expected life
Remarks
Q’ty
DADF-B1 DADF-K1
(No. of sheets)
1 120,000
Replace when the belt is
FB4-6934
FB4-6934
still dirty after cleaning.
Replace after target No.
1 180,000*
Fb5-0466
FB5-4978
of sheets used.
Replace after target No.
1 60,000
FF5-9160
FF6-2452
of sheets used.
Replace after target No.
1 120,000
FB4-1151
FB6-4977
of sheets used.
* For DADF-K1, 120, 000 sheets.
T04-200-01
The figures in the table above are not the counter values from the copier but
refer to the actual number of sheets used. These are estimates and the actual figure may change based on empirical data.
The number of sheets used can be checked in the service mode (COPIER >
COUNTER > FEEDER > FEED. (Refer to Chapter 5 5.2.4 COUNTER.
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3 Periodic service items list
Use only the recommended solvents and lubricants.
: Cleaning
: Replacement
: Lubrication
: Adjustment
: Inspection
Periodic service
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
60,000
60,000
or 6 months or one year
Part
Remarks
120,000
Final document sor
(U504)
Pre-registration sensor
(U502)
Pickup roller
Registration roller
Feed roller
Reverse delivery roller
Retaining roller
Feed belt drive roller
Remove the sensor and
wipe with a dry cloth.
When replacing feed belt
(120,000) Clean with
alcohol.
9 Separation roller
10 Feed belt*
*DADF-K1 Only
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When cleaning the feed belt, always remember to remove the feed belt unit.
If the feed belt is pulled, it will become slack and may result in faulty operation.
[1]
[9] [3]
[6]
[2]
[7]
[5]
[4]
[8]
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CHAPTER 5
MALFUNCTION COUNTERMEASURES
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CHAPTER 5 Malfunction Countermeasures
1 Standards and adjustments
The standards and adjustments for this unit are as follows.
1.1 Mechanical systems: Document skew adjustment
Reverse delivery flapper position adjustment
1.2 Electrical systems: EEPROM clear
Document tray width adjustment
Sensor level adjustment (sensitivity adjustment)
Registration position adjustment
Double sided registration position adjustment
For adjustments using the dipswitches on the ADF controller board, refer to Chapter Five,
5.3 Dipswitch functions.
1.1 Mechanical systems
1.1.1 Service mode selection
1) Press the user mode key ‘
’ on the control panel.
2) Press numeric keys ‘2’ and ‘8’ simultaneously.
3) Press the user mode key‘
’.
The following window appears in the display.
COPIER
FEEDER
COPIER Copier service mode
FEEDER DADF service mode
SORTER
SORTER Sorter finisher service mode
FAX
Fax service mode
FAX
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1.1.2 Document skew adjustment
1) Enter service mode.
2) Select FEEDER > ADJUST > DOCST.
Display
I/O
Adjust Function Option
< 1/1 >
Test
Counter
< READY >
DOCST
DOCST-RP
F05-101-02
3) Place a single sheet (A3 or 11” x 17”) on the document tray and press OK. The document is fed onto the copyboard glass and stops.
4) Open the ADF and check the position of the document on the copyboard glass. Check
that the difference between L1 and L2, as illustrated below, is within 1mm.
Horizontal size plate
L1
L2
150mm
Paper
*L1 can be anywhere on the paper.
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5) If the gap is not within standard, loosen the nut at the back of the right hinge unit.
Right hinge unit
Use a 7mm diameter spanner to loosen the nut.
F05-101-04
Adjustment screw
Nut
Right hinge unit
Hexagonal wrench
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6) Rotate the (hexagonal) adjustment screw and adjust so that the L1 to L2 gap is less than
1mm.
Adjustment screw
Right hinge unit
Hexagonal wrench
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Relationship between L1 and L2 and the rotation direction of the adjustment screw.
Rotation direction
Relationship
Clockwise
Anticlockwise
L1< L2
L1> L2*
(The adjustment screw should be rotated
a maximum of two times.)
*: In this case, the ADF will not move
by the rotation of the adjustment
screw alone. One the screw has been
rotated, move the ADF by hand.
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7) After adjustment, tighten the nut and secure the adjustment screw.
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1.1.3 Right hinge unit skew adjustment
1) Open the ADF.
2) Check that the gap between the two right hinge unit screws and the end of the hinge is
within specification.
Spec: 15 to 16.5mm
15 to 16.5mm
15 to 16.5mm
F05-101-07
3) If the screws and the end of the hinge are not within specification, perform the document skew adjustment steps 5) to 7).
If the gap between the screws and the end of the hinge unit is out of spec, it may cause a
jam because of a malfunction of the inlet flapper at the reverse delivery unit, thus, make sure
to adjust the gap within the specification.
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1.1.4 Reverse delivery flapper position adjustment
In the event of a jam or Z-folded paper in the double sided feed assembly, follow these
procedures to adjust the position of the reverse delivery flapper.
1) Remove the main unit front cover by removing the four screws. (→ 1. Basic configuration > A. Outer covers)
2) Open the reverse delivery unit cover [1] and the loosen the screw [2] as illustrated here.
[1]
[2]
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3) Open the ADF carefully. From the opened reverse delivery unit cover, rotate the reverse
delivery roller [3] counter-clockwise [A] and adjust the position of the reverse delivery
flapper [4] so that it is as per the illustration below.
[1]
[3]
[A]
[4]
0.8
to
1.3
mm
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4) If is not within specification, rotate the adjustment screw [5] and adjust the position of
the reverse delivery flapper.
· If the value is too narrow, rotate the screw clockwise.
· If the value is too wide, rotate the screw counter-clockwise.
Spec: = 0.8 to 1.3mm (with width gap gauge)
If the value is not within spec., the following problems may occur. Always
be sure to keep this value within spec.
· Less than 0.8mm,
double sided documents become vulnerable to skew.
· Greater than 1.3mm,
documents where the leading edge dips down are more vulnerable to being caught in
the reverse inlet assembly.
5) Tighten the reverse delivery unit screw [2] and close the reverse delivery unit cover [1].
6) Attach the main unit front cover.
[5]
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1.2 Electrical systems
1.2.1 Action to be taken when replacing main component parts
Major components
Action to be taken
ADF controller PCB
1) EEPROM clear
2) Document tray width adjustment (A/B, inch)
3) Sensor level adjustment
4) Registration position adjustment
5) Double sided registration position adjustment
Final document detection sensor (U504) 1) Sensor level adjustment
Document set sensor (U503)
Pre-registration sensor (U502)
Reverse outlet sensor (U505)
Document width detection dial (U508)
1) Document tray width adjustment
T05-102-01
1.2.2 EEPROM clear
1) Remove the ADF controller cover and set dipswitch bits 4, 5 and 6 ON.
2) Open the pickup unit cover.
O
F
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
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3) Hold down the push switch and turn the copier power OFF/ ON.
(This clears the EEPROM backup.)
4) Check that LED 2 is lit.
5) Close the pickup unit cover and turn all dipswitch (DSW1) bits OFF.
6) Turn the copier power OFF/ ON again.
When installing a new ADF controller PCB, first clear the EEPROM.
1.2.3 Document tray width adjustment (A/B type, inch type)
1) Se the following paper types in the document tray.
· For A/B: A4
· For inch: LTR
Adjust the slide guide to the width of the paper.
2) Remove the ADF controller cover and set dipswitch (DSW1) bits 3 and 4 ON and then
press the push switch (SW1).
O
F
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
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3) Check that LED1 is ON.
4) Adjust the slide guide with as follows.
· For A/B: A4
· For inch: LTR
5) Press the push switch (SW1).
6) Check that LED2 is ON.
7) Press the push switch (SW1).
8) Set all bits on the dipswitch (DSW1) OFF.
1.2.4 Sensor level adjustment (sensitivity adjustment)
This adjustment is to be carried out when replacing the ADF controller board, document
set sensor (U503), final document detection sensor (U504), pre-registration sensor (U502),
reverse outlet sensor (U505).
1) Stick an all black piece of paper over the final document detection sensor on the document tray.
Make sure the black paper is not over the document set sensor.
2) Close the ADF and enter service mode FEEDER > FUNCTION > SENS-INT.
3) Press ‘OK’.
About 15 seconds later, the document detection LED will flash twice, the display will
change from SERVICE to READY. This means that the automatic adjustment is completed.
While the automatic adjustment is being carried out, the display will read
SERVICE in the upper right corner.
REF.
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1.2.5 Registration position adjustment
1) Enter service mode FEEDER > ADJUST > DOCST.
2) Set one sheet of paper on the document tray (A3 or 11” x 17”) and press OK twice.
The document is brought to the document glass and then stops.
3) Open the ADF main unit and check the position where the document has come to rest.
<DADF-K1>
L4
Paper
Spec: 0 ± 1mm
F05-102-03
<DADF-B1>
L4
Glass
Paper
Spec: 11.0 ± 1mm
F05-102-04
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4) Close the ADF gently and press OK.
The document on the copyboard glass is delivered.
If the document is removed from the copyboard glass while adjustments are
being made, a jam error will be displayed. Always let the paper be delivered as per the procedures.
5) Use the numeric keys to enter the value of the direction in which the shift is to be made.
The programmed value is entered by a pulse count. (One pulse = 0.34mm) If the document is to the left of the arrow, set a larger value. If the document is to the right, set a
lower value.
<DADF-K1>
L4
Paper
Increase the value of DOCST
L4
Paper
Decrease the value of DOCST
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<DADF-B1>
Horizontal size plate
L1
L2
Paper
Increase the value of DOCST
Horizontal size plate
L1
L2
Paper
Decrease the value of DOCST
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6) Once again, set one sheet of paper on the document tray (A3 or 11” x 17”) and press
OK twice.
The document is brought to the document glass and then stops.
7) Open the ADF main unit and check the position where the document has come to rest.
8) Close the ADF gently and press OK.
The document on the copyboard glass is delivered.
It is the action of delivering the paper from the copyboard glass that causes
the settings to be stored. Always let the paper be delivered as per the procedures.
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1.2.6 Double sided registration position adjustment
1) Select service mode > FEEDER > ADJUST > DOCST-RP (DOCST-R).
(The following procedures for DADF-B1 are the same as in 1.2.5 Registration position
adjustment, steps 2) to 8). )
2) Set one sheet of paper on the document tray (A3 or 11” x 17”) and press OK twice.
The document is brought to the document glass and then stops.
3) Open the ADF main unit and check the position where the document has come to rest.
<DADF-K1>
L5
Paper
Spec: 12 ± 1.5mm
L5 is the gap between the rear end of the
glass and the trailing edge of the document.
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<DADF-B1>
L4
Glass
Paper
Spec:
11.0 ± 1mm
L4 is the gap between the front end of the
glass and the leading edge of the document.
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4) Close the ADF gently and press OK.
The document on the copyboard glass is delivered.
5) Use the numeric keys to enter the value of the direction in which the shift is to be made.
The programmed value is entered by a pulse count. (One pulse = 0.34mm)
<DADF-K1>
If the document is to the left of the arrow, set a larger value. If the document is to the
right, set a lower value.
L5
Paper
Decrease the value of DOCST
L5
Paper
Increase the value of DOCST
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<DADF-B1>
If the document is to the left of the arrow, set a larger value. If the document is to the
right, set a lower value.
Horizontal size plate
L1
L2
Paper
Increase the value of DOCST
Horizontal size plate
L1
L2
Paper
Decrease the value of DOCST
F05-102-10
6) Once again, set one sheet of paper on the document tray (A3 or 11” x 17”) and press
OK twice.
The document is brought to the document glass and then stops.
7) Open the ADF main unit and check the position where the document has come to rest.
8) Close the ADF gently and press OK.
The document on the copyboard glass is delivered.
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2 Malfunction countermeasures
In order to improve the connectivity of the connectors (J6, J7) on the PCBs of this unit,
tester leads cannot be inserted directly into the connectors. Therefore, you will need the
tester auxiliary tool (FY9-3038-000/ FY9-3039-000). This tool is to be used when checking
connectors J6 and J7 on the ADF controller PCB as part of malfunction countermeasures.
1) Set the digital multi-meter range to DC.
2) Touch the ADF controller PCB GNC (0V, DC) with the tester lead.
3) Use the tester auxiliary tool as illustrated below.
[Connection method 1]
Grip
the pin.
FY9-2003-000
Tester
753
7
04
DIGIT
MULT AL
IMET
ER
YOK
OGA
WA
4
2
mV
0
2
RE
L/%
PO
WE
R
4
MIN/M
AX
DA
TA-H
RA
NG
E
Tester auxiliary tool
(FY9-3038)
mA
AV
G
SE
LECT
10A
mV
+
OP
EN
V
TE
SH RMINA
UT
TER L
TR 20kHz
UE
0.1% RMS
10A
V
FUS
CO
M
ED
FUS
ED
100
MAX0V
!
[Connection method 2]
Grip
the pin.
Tester
FY9-2004-000
753
7
04
DIGIT
MULT AL
IMET
ER
YOK
OGA
WA
4
2
mV
0
2
RE
L/%
PO
WE
R
4
MIN/M
AX
RA
NG
E
DA
TA-H
Clip
mA
AV
G
SE
LECT
10A
mV
+
EN
V
OP
Tester
auxiliary tool
TE
SH RMINA
UT
TER L
TR 20kHz
UE
0.1% RMS
10A
V
FUS
CO
M
ED
FUS
ED
100
MAX0V
!
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2.1 Countermeasure procedures for operation malfunctions
In some cases, in order to check operations, the mode will need to be initiated by dipswitch settings on the ADF controller PCB. If nothing happens
when the push switch is pressed, quickly turn OFF the power.
2.1.1 E400/E712 display
----------1) Is the problem resolved by switching the power OFF/ON?
YES: Finished (Check the wiring between the copier’s image processor
PCB and the ADF controller PCB.)
Wiring
2) Set the test range to DC (V). Is the voltage around 24V when the
leads of the tester are applied as shown below?
1
2
+ lead
J2-1
J1-6
- lead
J2-2
J1-7
NO: the wiring of the power supply from the copier.
ADF controller PCB
3) Is the problem resolved by replacing the ADF controller PCB?
YES: Finished
NO: Replace the copier’s image processor PCB.
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2.1.2 E402 display
Feed motor clock sensor (SR1)
1) Set the digital range to DC (V). Apply the + lead to connector J6A2 on the ADF controller PCB and the – lead to connector J6A1.
When the feed belt is rotated very slightly, does the voltage change
back and forth from 5V to 0V?
NO: Check the wiring from the feed motor clock sensor to the ADF
controller PCB. If the wiring is OK, replace the feed motor clock
sensor.
Damage to gears, belts, and other drive related parts
2) Do the gears, motors and belts move smoothly when the feed belt is
rotated forwards and backwards?
NO: Check the gears and belts.
Feed motor (M2)
3) Set the digital range to DC (V). Apply the + lead to connector J5-4
on the ADF controller PCB and the – lead to connector J5-3. Set
bits 2,5,6,7 ON and press the push switch. When the ADF open/
close detection lever is pressed, does the tester display read around
24V?
To stop the operation,
- press the push switch.
When the operation is finished, set all bits OFF.
YES: Check the wiring from the feed motor to the ADF controller PCB.
If the wiring is OK, replace the feed motor.
NO: Replace the ADF controller PCB.
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2.1.3 E404 display
Reverse delivery motor clock sensor (SR7)
1) Set the digital range to DC (V). Apply the + lead to connector J7B5 on the ADF controller PCB and the – lead to connector J7B-4.
When the clock cover or the reverse delivery cover is opened and
the reverse roller turned slowly by hand, does the voltage change
back and forth from 5V to 0V?
NO: Check the wiring from the reverse delivery motor clock sensor to
the ADF controller PCB. If the wiring is OK, replace the reverse
delivery motor clock sensor.
Damage to gears, belts, and other drive related parts
2) Do the gears, motors and belts move smoothly when the reverse delivery cover is opened and the reverse roller is rotated forwards and
backwards?
NO: Check the gears and belts.
Reverse delivery motor (M3)
3) Set the digital range to DC (V). Apply the + lead to connector J9-1
on the ADF controller PCB and the – lead to connector J9-2 Set
bits 2,5,6,7 ON and press the push switch. When the ADF open/
close detection lever is pressed, does the tester display read around
24V?
To stop the operation,
- press the push switch.
When the operation is finished, set all bits OFF.
YES: Check the wiring from the reverse delivery motor to the ADF controller PCB. If the wiring is OK, replace the reverse delivery motor.
NO: Replace the ADF controller PCB.
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3 Layout of electrical components
3.1 Motors, solenoids and sensors
M1 SR1 M2 BK
SR7
VR
SR2
U503
SR3
M3
U504
SR8 SR6
SR5
U505
U502
SR4
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Symbol
Name
Notation
Function
Motor
Brake
M1
M2
M3
BK
Separation motor
Feed motor
Reverse delivery motor
Feed motor brake
Variable resistor
VR
Document width detection dial (volume)
Photo transistor
U502
U503
U504
U505
SR1
SR2
SR3
SR4
SR5
Pre-registration sensor
Document set sensor
Final document detection sensor
Reverse outlet sensor
Feed motor clock sensor
Pickup unit cover sensor
Separation sensor
Reverse delivery inlet sensor
Reverse delivery registration sensor/delivery
sensor
ADF open/close sensor
Reverse delivery motor clock sensor
Reverse delivery unit cover sensor
Document set display
Photo interrupter
LED
SR6
SR7
SR8
LED301
LED302
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3.2 Circuit boards
[6]
[2]
[1]
[3]
[4]
[5]
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Symbol
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
Name
ADF controller PCB
Document final detection sensor (U504) board
Document set sensor (U503) board
Pre-registration sensor (U502) board
Reverse outlet sensor (U505) board
Document set display board
T05-302-01
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4 Variable resistors (VR) LEDs and check pins
specific to printed circuit boards
Of the variable resistors (VR), LEDs and check pins mounted in this unit, only those that
will need service in the field are listed here.
Some of the VR and check pins listed are for factory use and their adjustment requires special tools and instruments and a very high level of precision. These components should not be touched in the field.
4.1 ADF controller PCB
Check pins on the ADF controller PCB
CP1
J7
J6
DSW1
LED2
LED1
SW1
J1
J2
J10
J5
J9
CP17
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Check pin No.
CP1
CP17
Check contents
GND
GND
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· Normal operating mode
ADF not operating
Error generated
Alarm generated
Jam occurred
Other
LED1 status
Flashes every 100msec.
Flashes alternately every 150msec.
Flashes alternately every 800msec.
Flashes alternately every 400msec.
Out
LED2 status
Out
T05-401-02
· DIPSW test mode
For the test mode LED lighting spec., see Chapter Five, 5.3 Dipswitch functions.
Note that, with some LED, even in normal status, leak current will cause
them to emit a little light, even when they are in fact off.
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4.2 Sensor boards
J401
LED401
Q401
(Final document detection sensor board)
F05-402-01
Q301 LED301
J301
(Document set sensor board )
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Q201 LED201
J201
(Pre-registration sensor board)
F05-402-03
J501
Q501 LED501
(Reverse outlet sensor board)
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4.3 Display boards
LED301
LED302
J301
(Document set display LED board)
F05-403-01
LED No.
LED301
LED301
Display contents
Document set display
Document set display
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5 Service modes and dipswitches
5.1 Overview
This unit has test modes that can be programmed and operated from the service mode,
and modes that are operated by the dipswitches on the ADF controller PCB.
The executable test modes are listed below. Operations that can be carried out from the
copier’s service mode are done from the service mode.
For details on dipswitches, see Chapter Five, 5.3 Dipswitch functions.
Item
Sensor level adjustment
Service mode
Dipsw
FEEDER > FUNCTION > SENS-INIT
Document tray width adjustment
-
First side registration position adjustment
FEEDER > ADJUST > DOCST
Double (second) side registration
FEEDER > ADJUST > DOCST-RP
position adjustment
Pickup and delivery step operation
Continuous pickup operation
-
Pickup operation (without document)
-
∗
Separation roller cleaning
FEEDER > FUNCTION > DBLT-CLN
∗∗ FEEDER > FUNCTION > SPRL-CLN
Lifter descend
-
Lifter ascend
I/O
-
EEPROM clear
-
COPIER > I/O > FEEDER
-
Counter
COPIER > COUNTER > FEEDER
-
Display size of document detected in ADF
FEEDER > DISPLAY > FEEDSIZE
-
Mixed AB/ inch size document detection
ON/ OFF
Document size detection for irregular
sized documents ON/ OFF
Final document detection sensor invalid
FEEDER > OPTION > SIZE-SW
-
FEEDER > OPTION > SCAN-SEL
-
-
Final document detection sensor check mode Registration roller cleaning
ADF quiet scanning mode
: operation or display available
-: operation or display available
*: DADF-B1 only
**: DADF-K1 only
**
-
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Not that, with this unit mounted, the service mode COPIER > OPTION > BODY >
DACE-DWN is not available on the copier.
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5.2 Service modes
For details on the basic operations of the service modes, refer to the service manual of the
copier.
5.2.1 How to enter service mode
1) Press the user mode key ‘
’ on the copier control panel.
2) Press numeric keys ‘2’ and ‘8’ simultaneously.
3) Press the user mode key ‘
’ again.
To enter the service mode of this unit, select FEEDER from the display below.
COPIER
FEEDER
SORTER
Initial items
However, FEEDER, SORTER, FAX and
BOARD are only displayed when these
items are mounted.
FAX
BOARD
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5.2.2 FEEDER
Display
I/O
Adjust Function Option
< 1/1 >
FEEDSIZE
Test
Counter
< READY >
A4
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FEEDER items list
Main item
DISPLAY
ADJUST
FUNCTION
OPTION
Sub item
FEEDSIZE
DOCST
DOCST-RP
SENS-INT
DBLT-CLN
SIZE-SW
SCAN-SEL
Mode outline
Displays size of document detected on ADF.
Adjustment of document stop position for upper feed.
Adjustment of document stop position for lower feed.
ADF sensor automatic sensitivity adjustment
(initialization adjustment)
ADF separation roller cleaning mode
AB/INCH size mixed document detection ON/OFF
Document detection for irregular sized documents
ON/OFF
Under FEEDER, there are no I/O, TEST or COUNTER modes. I/O mode
can be checked from COPIER > I/O > FEEDER.
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FEEDER > DISPLAY
DISPLAY
FEEDSIZE
The document size detected by the ADF in the previous job is displayed as
a paper size. If the ADF has not been used after the power has been
switched OFF/ON, the display will read “-----”
Display sample: A4, LTR
ADJUST
DOCST
Reg istration position adjustment
Operation
1. Checking the document stop position (adjustment performed in step 2)
1) Select this mode.
2) Place a document on the ADF document tray and press OK twice.
3) The document is carried to the copyboard and stops.
4) Open the ADF and check the position of the document on the
copyboard.
If the document is to the left of the arrow, increase the value.
If the document is to the right of the arrow, decrease the value.
5) Close the ADF, press OK and the document will be delivered.
The document must be allowed to be delivered. If the document is
removed by hand, a jam warning will be displayed.
Spec: Stop position L4 = 11.0 ± 1mm (DADF-B1)
L4 = 0 ± 1mm (DADF-K1)
L4 is the distance from the edge of the glass to the document edge.
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FEEDER > ADJUST
<DADF-K1>
L4
Paper
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<DADF-B1>
L4
Glass
Paper
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Remarks
2. Document stop position adjustment
1) Place a document on the ADF document tray.
2) Enter the value checked in procedure 1 from the control panel and
press the OK key.
3) After a few seconds, the document is fed automatically.
4) Close the ADF and press the OK key and the document will be
ejected.
The programmed values become valid by the ejection of the document, so remember to press OK and have the document ejected.
Unit: 0.34mm
Default: 0
Note: To clear any jam resulting from this operation, open and close the ADF and the reverse assembly cover.
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FEEDER > ADJUST
DOCST-RP*
DOCST-R**
Adjusting the document stop (of the second side) in double sided pickup.
* DADF-B only
** DADF-K1 only
· Operation
<DADF-B1>
The operating method is the same as for DOCST. However, as this operation is to adjust the document stop position in double sided pickup, the paper feed path is different.
<DADF-K1>
1) Place a document (A3 or 11” x 17”) on the ADF document tray and
press OK twice.
The document is carried to the copyboard and stops.
2) Close the ADF gently and check that the gap at L5 in the illustration below is within specification.
<DADF-K1>
L5
Paper
Specification: 12 ± 1.5mm
L5 is the distance from the rear edge of the glass to the trailing
edge of the document.
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3) Close the ADF gently and press OK.
The document on the copyboard glass is ejected.
4) Use the numeric keys to enter the direction in which the position is to be
moved. The value is entered based on the pulse count. (1 pulse =
0.34mm)
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FEEDER > ADJUST
<DADF-K1 >
If the document is further to the left than the specification stop position, reduce the value, if it is further to the right, increase the value.
L5
Paper
Reduce the DOCST value
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L5
Paper
Increase the DOCST value
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Remarks
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5) Once more, place a document (A3 or 11” x 17”) on the document tray.
Press OK twice.
The document is fed onto the document glass and stops.
6) Gently close the ADF and the check that L4 and L5 in the illustrations
are within specification.
7) Gently close the ADF and press OK.
The document is automatically ejected.
Note
The programmed values become valid by the ejection of the document,
so remember to press OK and have the document ejected.
Unit: 0.34mm
Default: 0
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FEEDER > FUNCTION
FUNCTION
SENS-INT
Remarks:
Sensor level adjustment (initialization adjustment)
This mode should be carried out when replacing the ADF controller PCB,
the document set sensor, the pre-registration sensor, the final document detection sensor or the reverse outlet sensor. However, when replacing the
ADF controller PCB, there is a further procedure that needs to be carried
out.
1) Stick an all black piece of paper over the final document detection sensor on the document tray. Make sure the black paper is secure and cannot move. (Make sure the black paper is not over the document set sensor.)
2) Select the item and press OK.
In about 15 seconds, the document detection LED flashes twice.
During the automatic adjustment, the service mode window reads SERVICE in the top right corner.
3) The mode will finish in a few seconds.
The operation is finished when the service mode window changes from
SERVICE to READY.
Refer to the dipswitch functions table.
DBLT-CLN*
SPRT-CLN** Separation roller cleaning mode
Remarks:
*DADF-B1 only
Operation procedure
**DADF-K1 only
1) Select DBLT-CLN (SPRT-CLN>).
2) Place a blank sheet of paper on the document try and set it by pushing it
slightly in the feed direction.
There is no need for the paper to be soaked in any solvent.
3) Press OK and the paper will be fed in part way and the separation rollers
will be made to idle rotate. Hold the paper so that it is not fed through
the machine.
4) The operation stops automatically in about 5 seconds.
5) Check that the display in the upper right of the window changes from
SERVICE to READY. Open the pickup unit cover and pull out the paper. When the display reads READY, the test mode is finished.
Refer to the dipswitch functions table.
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COPIER > OPTION
REG-CLN**
Registration roller cleaning mode **DADF-K1 only
Procedure
1) Select REG-CLN.
2) Close the ADF and check that the pickup unit cover, reverse delivery
unit cover are closed and then press OK.
3) Open the pickup unit cover and lightly press down on the registration
roller with a piece of lint-free paper or cloth wet with alcohol. (The registration roller will rotate for 40 seconds and then stop.)
4) The rotation can be stopped by any of the following methods.
· Close the pickup unit cover.
· Open the reverse delivery unit cover.
· Open the ADF.
OPTION
SIZE-SW
Remarks:
This switch toggles between detection or non detection of mixed AB and
INCH sized documents.
‘0’: OFF Mixed document detection is not performed.
‘1’: ON
Mixed document detection is performed.
Default: 0
SCAN-SEL
Remarks:
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Switches document size detection for irregular sized documents in the ADF
ON/ OFF.
‘0’: OFF Irregular document size detection is not performed.
‘1’: ON
Irregular document size detection is performed.
Default: 0
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COPIER > I/O
5.2.3 I/O display
1) Enter service mode.
2) Press COPIER, I/O and select FEEDER. The bit No. display in the table below is as
follows.
e.g. P001 0000000
bit 7
bit 0
The I/O display will not change while paper is passing through the ADF.
REF.
<DADF-B1>
Address Bit Notation
P001
Bit 0
SR5
(Input)
Bit 1
SR4
Bit 2
SR3
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
P002
Bit 0-7
(for Development use)
P003
Bit 0
U505
(Input)
Bit 1
U502
Bit 2
U503
Bit 3
U504
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
P004
Bit 0
(Input)
Bit 1
SR1
Bit 2
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
3
4
5
5
7
SR7
Display content
Reverse deliver registration sensor
Reverse delivery inlet sensor
Separation sensor
-
Remarks
1: ON
1: ON
0: ON
Reverse outlet sensor
Pre-registration sensor
Document set sensor
Final document detection sensor
Feed motor clock sensor
0: ON
0: ON
0: ON
1: ON
Reverse delivery motor clock sensor
Toggles between 0 and
1 as the motor rotates.
Toggles between 0 and
1 as the motor rotates.
-
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COPIER > I/O
Address
Bit Notation
P005
Bit 0 to 7
(for Development use)
P008
Bit 0
(Input)
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
SR8
Bit 4
SR2
Bit 5
SR6
Bit 6
Bit 7
P009
Bit 0to7
(for Development use)
P010
Bit 0
(Input)
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Display content
Push switch 1
Reverse delivery unit cover sensor
Pickup unit cover sensor
ADF open/ close sensor
-
Remarks
1: ON
0: OPEN
0: OPEN
0: OPEN
DIPSW-1
DIPSW-2
DIPSW-3
DIPSW-4
DIPSW-5
DIPSW-6
DIPSW-7
DIPSW-8
T05-502-02
<DADF-K1>
Address
P001
(Input)
Bit Notation
Bit 0
SR5
Bit 1
SR4
Bit 2
SR3
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
P002
Bit 0 to 7
(for Development use)
Display content
Reverse delivery registration sensor
Reverse delivery inlet sensor
Separation sensor
-
Remarks
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
-
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COPIER > I/O
Address
P003
(Input)
P004
(Input)
Bit Notation
Bit 0 U505
Bit 1 U502
Bit 2 U503
Bit 3 U504
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Bit 0
Bit 1
SR1
Display content
Reverse outlet sensor
Pre-registration sensor
Document set sensor
Final document detection sensor
Feed motor clock sensor
Bit 2
Reverse delivery motor clock sensor
SR7
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
P005
Bit 0 to 7
(for Development use)
P006
Bit 0
(Output)
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
P007
Bit 0
(Output)
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Remarks
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
Toggles between 0 and
1 as the motor rotates.
Toggles between 0 and
1 as the motor rotates.
Separation motor reverse rotation
Separation motor forward rotation
Separation motor PWM
Feed motor PWM
Brake
Delivery motor PWM
Document display LED
LED1
LED2
Feed motor reverse rotation
Feed motor forward rotation
Delivery motor reverse rotation
Delivery motor forward rotation
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: Lit
0: Lit
(flashes when there is
no paper passing
through the unit.)
0: Lit
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
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COPIER > I/O
Address
P008
(Input)
Bit Notation
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
SR8
Bit 4
SR2
Bit 5
SR6
Bit 6
Bit 7
P009
Bit 0 to 7
(for Development use)
P010
Bit 0
(Input)
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Display content
Push switch
Reverse delivery unit cover sensor
Pickup unit cover sensor
ADF open/ close sensor
-
Remarks
1: ON
0: OPEN
0: OPEN
0: OPEN
-
DIPSW1
DIPSW2
DIPSW3
DIPSW4
DIPSW5
DIPSW6
DIPSW7
DIPSW8
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
1: ON
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5.2.4 COUNTER
The counter that displays the number of sheets picked up by the unit is displayed by the
following mode. The counter should be referred to when carrying out periodic maintenance.
COPIER > COUNTER > FEEDER
Display
I/O
Adjust Function Option
< FEEDER >
< 1/1 >
Test
Counter
< READY >
FEED
XXXXXXXX
L-FEED XXXXXXXX
S-FEED XXXXXXXX
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FEED:
Displays the number of sheets picked up.
The number of sheets scanned can be displayed with COPIER > COUNTER >
SCANNER > SC=TTL.
L-FEED: Displays the number of large sized sheets picked up.* *Only displayed for
DADF-B1.
S-FEED: Displays the number of small sized sheets picked up. *
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COPIER > OPTION
5.2.5 OPTION (ACC)
The operating noise generated while the unit is scanning can be reduced with the following service mode.
COPIER > OPTION > ACC > DF-MUTE
Display
I/O
Adjust Function Option
< ACC >
COIN
0
DK-P
0
CARD-SW
0
DF-MUTE
0
< 1/1 >
Test
Counter
< READY >
+/-
OK
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5.3 Dipswitch functions
The dipswitch (DSW1) functions of the ADF controller PCB are as follows.
Contents
Normal operation status is when all bits are OFF.
O
F
F
Purpose
DSW1 settings
Normal settings
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
O
F
F
Sensor level
adjustment
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
Used to adjust the sensor levels of the final document
detection sensor, document set sensor, pre-registration
sensor, reverse outlet sensor.
1) Set Bit 4 ON and press the push switch.
2) Close the reverse delivery cover and place a piece of black paper on the final
document sensor.
Set the black paper so that it does not cover the document sensor.
(Make sure that the document set sensor LED does not display.)
3) Open the pickup unit cover and then close it again.
The sensor adjustment begins in about 3 seconds.
4) A few seconds later, the document detection LED will flash twice and then continue lit.
Check the sensor adjustment status by LED1 and 2 on the ADF controller PCB.
<LED1>
After flashing at 300msec. intervals, continues off for 2 sec. and then
repeats the sequence.
No. of flashes*
Sensor
1
Reverse outlet sensor
2
Pre-registration sensor
3
Document set sensor
4
Final document detection sensor
*: Relationship between number of flashes and sensors
<LED2>
ON: Sensor is normal
OFF: Sensor is abnormal
5) Press the push switch to progress to the adjustment of the next sensor.
As the push switch is pressed, the sensors are scrolled through in the order 1 →
2 → 3 → 4.
6) Once all adjustments are completed, set Bit 5 ON and check that the document
set display LED is off.
7) Set all bits OFF.
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DSW1 settings
O
F
F
Purpose
Document tray
adjustment
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Double sided
registration adjustment
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
O
F
F
ON
O
F
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pickup and delivery step operation
O
F
F
Registration
position adjustment
ON
ON
Contents
1) Set bits 3 and 4 ON.
2) Set the document tray to the following sizes and
press the push switch.
· A/B: A4
· Inch: LTR
3) Set the document tray to the following sizes and
press the push switch.
· A/B: A4R
· Inch: LTRR
4) Press the push switch (SW1) again and set all bits
OFF.
1) Set bits 1 and 4 ON.
2) Press the push switch and close the ADF.
3) Place a document on the document tray.
(After about 3 seconds, the document will be fed
onto the copyboard glass and will stop.)
4) Open the ADF and check the document stop position. If the document is to the left of the ???, set Bit
5 ON. If it is to the right, set Bit 6 ON.
Press the push switch the number of times you want
to adjust. (Each push will shift 0.34mm)
5) When the ADF is closed, the document will automatically be ejected.
6) After adjustment, set all Bits OFF.
1) Set bits 1, 3 and 4 ON.
2) Subsequent steps are the same as for ‘Double sided
registration adjustment’.
Used to make the ADF alone pickup and eject documents.
1) Set bits 1 and 5 ON.
2) Press the push switch and close the ADF.
3) Place a document on the document tray.
(After about 3 seconds, the document will be fed
onto the copyboard glass and will stop.)
4) When the ADF is closed, the document will automatically be ejected.
5) After adjustment, set all Bits OFF.
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Purpose
DSW1 settings
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pickup and delivery operation
(no paper)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
O
F
F
ON
O
F
F
Separation roller
cleaning
O
F
F
Pickup and delivery continuous
operation
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pickup roller descend
(Lifter ascend)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
O
F
F
Pickup roller ascend
(Lifter descend)
ON
ON
O
F
F
ON
Used to make the ADF alone pickup and eject documents.
1) Set bits 1 and 5 ON.
2) Press the push switch and close the ADF.
3) Place a document on the document tray.
(After about 3 seconds, the document will be fed
onto the copyboard glass and will stop.)
4) When all the pages are gone, the operation stops and
the mode is quit..
5) After checking the operation, set all Bits OFF
Used to check operations without using paper.
1) Set bits 2, 5, 6, 7 ON.
2) Press the push switch and close the ADF.
3) After about 3 seconds, the pickup and delivery operations start.
4) After checking the operation, set all Bits OFF
Used to clean the separation roller.
1) Set bit 3 ON.
2) Press the push switch and close the ADF.
3) Place a piece of paper on the document tray, holding
down the paper at both ends. (The separation roller
begins to rotate.)
4) Holding the paper with both hands, let the roller idle
rotate.
5) After 5 seconds, when the separation roller stops,
take out the paper.
6) Open the ADF and set all bits OFF.
1) Set bits 3, 6 ON.
2) Press the push switch and close the ADF.
3) The separation roller will rotate forward and the
pickup roller will ascend (the lifter will descend).
4) After about two seconds, the separation motor will
stop.
5) After checking the operation, set all Bits OFF
1) Set bits 3, 5, 6 ON.
2) Press the push switch and close the ADF.
3) The separation roller will rotate in reverse and the
pickup roller will descend (the lifter will ascend).
4) After about two seconds, the separation motor will
stop.
5) After checking the operation, set all Bits OFF
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Purpose
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
O
F
F
ON
O
F
F
ON
O
F
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Registration
roller cleaning
mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Final document
detection sensor
operation check
mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Final document
detection sensor
invalid
Contents
O
F
F
EEPROM clear
DSW1 settings
ON
1) Set bits 4, 5, 6 ON.
2) Leave the pickup unit cover open.
3) Hold down the push switch and turn the copier
power OFF/ ON.. (This clears the EEPROM on the
ADF controller PCB.)
4) LED2 comes ON.
5) After checking the operation, set all Bits OFF
6) Turn the copier power OFF.
Used to treat malfunctions of the final document detection sensor.
1) Set bit 7 ON.
2) The final document detection sensor will become
invalid.
3) After checking the operation, set all Bits OFF
Used to check whether the final document sensor is
emitting light properly or not.
(Normally, light is emitted when the START key is
pressed.)
1) Set bits 2 and 4 ON.
2) While the push switch is being pressed down, light
is emitted from the sensor. The tester checks the
light emission at this time.
3) Press the push switch again to quit this mode.
4) After checking the operation, set all Bits OFF
This is used to clean paper dust and dirt from the
registration roller.
1) Set bits 1, 2, 5, 6 ON.
2) Press the push switch and make sure the document
detection LED is ON.
3) Close the ADF and check that the pickup unit cover,
reverse delivery unit cover are closed.
4) Open the pickup unit cover and press lightly on the
registration roller with a piece of lint free paper or
cloth wet with alcohol. (The registration roller will
rotate for about 40 seconds and then stop.)
5) The rotation can be stopped by any of the following
methods.
· Close the pickup unit cover.
· Open the reverse delivery unit cover.
· Open the ADF.
6) After cleaning, set all bits OFF.
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CHAPTER 5 Malfunction Countermeasures
6 Auto diagnosis
6.1 ADF auto diagnosis
This unit has an auto diagnosis function that allows the unit’s status to be checked by the
microcomputer on the ADF controller PCB. If diagnosis is carried out and an abnormality
found, the control panel on the copier will display the error message.
E400
Main cause
Detection method
Failure in data communication with copier
Constant monitoring. Failure judged if there is no communication with the
copier for more than 5 seconds.
E402
Main cause
Detection method
Feed motor (M2) not rotating.
Feed motor clock sensor (SR1) failure.
A failure is judged if there is no feed motor encoder pulse detected after
300msec. after the feed motor d rive signal comes ON.
E404
Main cause
Detection method
Reverse delivery motor (M3) not rotating.
Reverse delivery motor clock sensor (SR7) failure.
A failure is judged if there is no reverse delivery motor encoder pulse detected after 300msec. after the reverse delivery motor d rive signal comes
ON.
1. When auto diagnosis begins, it can be cleared by turning the power to
the copier OFF and ON.
2. Even if the ADF is broken, a document can still be copied by opening
the ADF and placing the document on the copyboard.
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4
3
2
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5
4
3
2
3
2
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
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2
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2
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8
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8
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2
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8
1
2
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3
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5
4
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2
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1
2
3
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2
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3
2
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3
2
1
3
2
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3
3
2
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5
2
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3
1
2
1
2
1
5
4
2
1
3
1
1
2
2
2
1
3
5
3
4
1
2
1
SR8
Reverse delivery
unit cover sensor
M3
Reverse delivery motor
3
3
2
2
M
EJM2
1
EJM1
2
J9
1
1
2
SR7
Reverse delivery
motor clock sensor
J111
2
2
3
J109
1
1
1
3
9 10 11
7
GND
J112
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
1
5
2
6
2
2
8
1
2
3
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
6
MT1
1
2
7
J100
7
5
+24V
GND
2
1
J100
1
6
3
2
1
GN
BL
OR
2
5
J100C
J100C
J100C
J2_1
J2_2
MT1
4
J2
J105
7
3
4
6
8
2
7
9 10 11 12 13
1
J3
3
5
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6
4
J106
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J5
1
J106
J100A
J100A
J100A
J100A
J100A
J100A
J100A
3
4
3
3
J104
SPM1
SPM2
FDM1
FDM2
+24V
BK
RX1
TX1
GND
+24U
GND
4
3
J1
5
2
6
1
2
2
1
SR6
ADF open-close sensor
2
M
1
2
5
J501
JST. CZ
1
1
2
3
4
8
1
2
2
3
3
Reverse outlet sensor
J110
MT2
1
M
1
4
U505
1
1
2
5
2
7
2
2
CL
3
1
1
TLN119B
3
J401
J105
BK1
Feed motor brake
2
6
J502
J112
J104
M2
Feed motor
J501
J1801
MT3
M1
Separation motor
SR5
Reverse delivery
registration sensor/
delivery sensor
J108
J502
+5V
GND
OPEN
GND
EMCK
+5V
+5V
GND
ECVR
3
5
+5V
GND
EENT
+5V
GND
EREG
TURN
TNLED
+24U
+5V
GND
1
4
6
J6B
5
3
1
J401
J6
4
4
3
3
5
2
Final document
detection sensor
2
6
TLN119B
U504
1
7
J801
9 10 11
8
1
3
2
4
3
5
detection dial
8
1
VR
Document width
J1801
7
2
J801
U508
6
3
J201
5
4
1
J201
5
3
Pre-registration sensor
4
1
1
2
U502
TLN119B
J7B
3
2
2
1
J701
J701
J7
2
3
1
2
Document set LED
+5V
OGLED
ENT
ETLED
+24U
+5V
GND
+5V
WIDE
GND
GND
+5V
+24U
LAST
LTLED
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
4
2
J1102
J6A
8
5
3
J301
7
6
4
1
J301
U507
6
7
5
3
Document set sensor
5
8
1
2
U503
TLN119B
4
11 10 9
2
J103
3
3
SR3
Separation sensor
2
J1102
GND
FMCK
+5V
+5V
GND
SCVR
+5V
GND
SPR
GND
+5V
+24U
EMP
EPLED
1
J102
1
2
1
3
J7A
SR4
Reverse delivery
inlet sensor
J107
J1107
SR2
Pickup unit cover sensor
2
3
1
2
2
1
ADF controller
J1101
J101
1
3
2
3
SR1
Feed motor clock sensor
J1107
3
J1101
1
1 DADF general circuit diagram
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Appendix
2 Special tools
Special, non-standard tools that may be required to perform service on the unit are as
shown below.
No.
Tool name
1 Digital multi
meter
Tool number
FY9-2002-000
Illustration
Rank
A
2
Tester auxiliary
pin
FY9-3038-000
A
3
Tester auxiliary
pin (large)
FY9-3039-000
A
REF.
Use/ Notes
Electrical checks,
etc.
· Used with a laser
power checker to
adjust laser light
output.
To help with electrical checks.
To help with electrical check.
Rank
A: Every service engineer should have one.
B: There should be one among every five or so service engineers.
C: There should be one in each workshop.
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Appendix
3 Solvents and lubricants
No.
Name
1 Byukkurin
2
A-4
Lubricant
Use
Cleaning
e.g. glass,
plastic,
rubber,
outer covers
Drive assemblies
Swing assemblies
Composition
Remarks
Hydrocarbon fluo· Do not use near naked
ride, alcohol, interfaflame
cial active agents,
· Procure locally.
water
· Alternatives
CI, IPA
(Isopropyl alcohol)
Silicon oil
· Perm lube G2 (made by
Nihon Koyu)
Tool No: CK-0551 (20g)
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