Ricoh Aficio LP332c Service manual

CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
G130/G131
SERVICE MANUAL
002373MIU
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
G130/G131
SERVICE MANUAL
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
G130/G131
SERVICE MANUAL
002373MIU
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
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LEGEND
PRODUCT CODE
G130
G131
GESTETNER
C7528n
C7535n
COMPANY
LANIER
RICOH
LP332c
Aficio CL7200
LP335c
Aficio CL7300
SAVIN
CLP128
CLP135
DOCUMENTATION HISTORY
REV. NO.
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DATE
07/2005
COMMENTS
Original Printing
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INSTALLATION
1. INSTALLATION............................................................................ 1-1
1.1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ...........................................................1-1
1.1.1 ENVIRONMENT ...............................................................................1-1
1.1.2 MACHINE LEVEL .............................................................................1-1
1.1.3 MACHINE SPACE REQUIREMENT.................................................1-2
Printer ...................................................................................................1-2
Printer and Finisher...............................................................................1-2
1.1.4 POWER REQUIREMENTS ..............................................................1-3
1.2 OPTIONAL UNIT COMBINATIONS ..........................................................1-3
1.3 PRINTER...................................................................................................1-4
1.3.1 POWER SOCKETS FOR PERIPHERALS .......................................1-4
1.3.2 INSTALLATION FLOW CHART .......................................................1-5
1.3.3 INSTALLATION AND SETTINGS.....................................................1-6
1.3.4 MOVING THE MACHINE .................................................................1-7
1.3.5 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE....................................................1-8
Necessary Adjustment after Transportation..........................................1-8
Preparing the Printer.............................................................................1-9
1.4 OPTIONAL UNIT .....................................................................................1-11
1.4.1 TWO-TRAY FINISHER...................................................................1-11
Accessory Check ................................................................................1-11
Installation Procedure .........................................................................1-11
1.4.2 PUNCH UNIT .................................................................................1-14
Accessory Check ................................................................................1-14
Installation Procedure .........................................................................1-15
1.4.3 BOOKLET FINISHER .....................................................................1-18
Accessory Check ................................................................................1-18
Adjusting the Height............................................................................1-19
Main Body...........................................................................................1-20
1.4.4 OPTIONAL PUNCH UNIT ..............................................................1-23
Accessory Check ................................................................................1-23
Installation Procedure .........................................................................1-23
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE.................................................... 2-1
2.1 USER MAINTENANCE .............................................................................2-1
Maintenance Kit ....................................................................................2-1
PM Alert Display ...................................................................................2-1
New Unit Detection ...............................................................................2-1
PM Table ..............................................................................................2-2
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2.2 SERVICE MAINTENANCE........................................................................2-3
PM Counter Reset ................................................................................2-3
PM Table ..............................................................................................2-3
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
3. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................ 3-1
3.1 SPECIAL TOOLS ......................................................................................3-1
3.2 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT ..............................................................................3-2
3.2.1 REGISTRATION...............................................................................3-2
Image Area ...........................................................................................3-2
Leading Edge........................................................................................3-2
Side to Side ..........................................................................................3-2
Adjustment Standard ............................................................................3-2
Paper Registration Standard.................................................................3-2
Adjustment Procedure ..........................................................................3-3
3.2.2 COLOR REGISTRATION .................................................................3-3
Line Position Adjustment ......................................................................3-3
Adjustment of Line Speed for Thick Paper............................................3-3
3.2.3 PRINTER GAMMA ...........................................................................3-4
Adjustment Overview ............................................................................3-4
Adjustment Procedure ..........................................................................3-4
3.3 DUPLEX INVERTER UNIT........................................................................3-5
3.3.1 TOP COVER ....................................................................................3-5
3.3.2 DUPLEX INVERTER MOTOR 1 AND CONTROL BOARD ..............3-5
3.3.3 DUPLEX INVERTER MOTOR 2 AND SWITCH ...............................3-7
3.3.4 EXIT SENSOR 3 AND DUPLEX INVERTER SENSOR....................3-7
3.3.5 EXIT SENSOR 1 AND 2 ...................................................................3-7
3.4 DUPLEX FEED UNIT ................................................................................3-8
3.4.1 DUPLEX DRIVE BOARD..................................................................3-8
3.4.2 DUPLEX FEED MOTOR ..................................................................3-8
3.4.3 DUPLEX FEED SENSOR.................................................................3-9
3.5 EXTERIOR COVERS ..............................................................................3-10
3.5.1 REAR COVER AND UPPER REAR COVER .................................3-10
3.5.2 PAPER EXIT TRAY ........................................................................3-10
3.5.3 UPPER RIGHT COVER .................................................................3-11
3.5.4 FRONT COVER..............................................................................3-11
3.5.5 LEFT SIDE .....................................................................................3-12
3.5.6 UPPER LEFT COVER AND OPERATION PANEL.........................3-13
3.6 LASER OPTICS ......................................................................................3-14
3.6.1 CAUTION DECAL LOCATIONS .....................................................3-14
3.6.2 LASER OPTICS HOUSING UNIT ..................................................3-15
3.6.3 POLYGON MIRROR MOTOR ........................................................3-20
3.6.4 POLYGON MIRROR MOTOR DRIVE BOARD ..............................3-21
3.6.5 LASER SYNCHRONIZING DETECTOR BOARDS ........................3-21
3.7 PCU AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT ...........................................................3-22
3.8 PAPER FEED..........................................................................................3-23
3.8.1 PICK-UP, FEED, AND SEPARATION ROLLERS ..........................3-23
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Tray 1 and Tray 2 ...............................................................................3-23
By-pass Tray.......................................................................................3-23
3.8.2 PAPER WIDTH DETECTION BOARD ...........................................3-25
3.8.3 VERTICAL TRANSPORT SENSOR ...............................................3-26
3.8.4 RIGHT DOOR UNIT .......................................................................3-26
3.8.5 REGISTRATION SENSOR AND RELAY SENSORS .....................3-27
3.8.6 PAPER FEED CLUTCHES.............................................................3-27
3.8.7 BY-PASS FEED CLUTCH ..............................................................3-28
3.8.8 TRAY LIFT MOTOR .......................................................................3-28
3.8.9 PAPER FEED MOTOR...................................................................3-29
3.9 TRANSFER AND PAPER TRANSPORT UNIT .......................................3-30
3.9.1 TRANSFER UNIT ...........................................................................3-30
3.9.2 TRANSFER BELT CLEANING UNIT..............................................3-31
3.9.3 CLEANING BLADE AND CLEANING ROLLER .............................3-32
3.9.4 TRANSFER BELT ..........................................................................3-34
When you reinstall the transfer belt ....................................................3-35
3.9.5 TRANSFER UNIT DRIVE MOTOR.................................................3-36
3.10 ID SENSORS ........................................................................................3-37
3.11 FUSING .................................................................................................3-38
3.11.1 FUSING UNIT...............................................................................3-38
3.11.2 UPPER COVER............................................................................3-39
3.11.3 THERMOSTAT AND HEATING ROLLER THERMISTOR............3-40
3.11.4 PRESSURE ROLLER THERMISTOR AND FUSE .......................3-41
Reassembling .....................................................................................3-41
3.11.5 HEATING ROLLER LAMP AND PRESSURE ROLLER LAMP ....3-42
3.11.6 FUSING BELT UNIT.....................................................................3-43
3.11.7 HOT ROLLER AND HEATING ROLLER ......................................3-44
Reassembling .....................................................................................3-44
3.11.8 UPPER PAPER GUIDE PLATE AND STRIPPER PAWLS...........3-45
3.11.9 LOWER PAPER GUIDE PLATE AND STRIPPER PAWLS..........3-46
3.11.10 CLEANING ROLLER AND OIL SUPPLY ROLLER ....................3-47
3.11.11 PRESSURE ROLLER.................................................................3-48
Reassembling .....................................................................................3-48
3.11.12 DRIVE GEAR .............................................................................3-48
3.11.13 FUSING UNIT FAN.....................................................................3-49
3.11.14 PAPER EXIT ..............................................................................3-50
3.12 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS..............................................................3-51
3.12.1 MOVING THE CONTROLLER BOX OUT OF THE WAY .............3-51
3.12.2 MOVING THE HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY UNIT - C,
B OUT OF THE WAY...................................................................3-52
3.12.3 CONTROLLER, IPU, AND BCU ...................................................3-52
3.12.4 HDD..............................................................................................3-54
3.12.5 NVRAM REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE .....................................3-55
NVRAM on the BCU ...........................................................................3-55
NVRAM on the Controller ...................................................................3-56
3.12.6 REMOVING THE HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY BOARD - C, B .......3-57
3.12.7 SUB POWER SUPPLY UNIT .......................................................3-57
3.12.8 PSU ..............................................................................................3-58
3.12.9 CIRCUIT BREAKER AND PSU FAN ............................................3-58
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3.12.10 CHOKE COIL .............................................................................3-59
3.12.11 DRIVER BOARD ........................................................................3-59
3.13 DRIVE UNIT ..........................................................................................3-60
3.13.1 REGISTRATION CLUTCH ...........................................................3-60
3.13.2 DEVELOPMENT CLUTCHES ......................................................3-60
3.13.3 DEVELOPMENT MOTOR - CMY .................................................3-61
3.13.4 DRUM DRIVE MOTOR - CMY AND DRUM DRIVE MOTOR - K.......... 3-63
3.13.5 DEVELOPMENT DRIVE MOTOR - K...........................................3-64
3.14 TONER SUPPLY UNIT .........................................................................3-65
M Toner Supply Unit ...........................................................................3-65
C and Y Toner Supply Units ...............................................................3-69
K Toner Supply Unit............................................................................3-70
TROUBLESHOOTING
4. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................. 4-1
4.1 PROCESS CONTROL ERROR CONDITIONS .........................................4-1
4.1.1 DEVELOPER INITIALIZATION RESULT .........................................4-1
4.1.2 PROCESS CONTROL SELF-CHECK RESULT ...............................4-3
4.1.3 LINE POSITION ADJUSTMENT RESULT .......................................4-4
4.2 SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS .................................................................4-8
4.2.1 SUMMARY .......................................................................................4-8
SC Code Classification .........................................................................4-9
4.3 SC TABLE ...............................................................................................4-10
4.4 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1 .............................................................4-43
4.4.1 IMAGE QUALITY............................................................................4-43
Work-flow............................................................................................4-43
4.5 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 2 .............................................................4-45
4.5.1 IMAGE QUALITY............................................................................4-45
Detailed Explanation ...........................................................................4-45
4.5.2 COLOR SHIFT ...............................................................................4-51
Adjustment Standard: Max. 150 mm..................................................4-53
How to measure the gap between color lines .....................................4-60
4.5.3 COLOR SHIFT AFTER TRANSFER UNIT REPLACEMENT .........4-62
Check the color shift level ...................................................................4-62
Fusing/ Registration Roller Speed Adjustment ...................................4-62
4.5.4 BLACK OVER PRINT .....................................................................4-65
Black Over Print Disabled ...................................................................4-65
Black Over Print Enabled....................................................................4-65
4.6 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT DEFECTS ................................................4-66
4.7.1 SENSORS ......................................................................................4-66
4.7 BLOWN FUSE CONDITIONS .................................................................4-68
4.8 LEDS (BCU) ............................................................................................4-68
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SERVICE TABLES
5. SERVICE TABLES....................................................................... 5-1
5.1 SERVICE PROGRAM MODE....................................................................5-1
5.1.1 HANDLING SERVICE PROGRAM MODE .......................................5-1
Starting SP Mode..................................................................................5-1
Selecting a Service Program ................................................................5-2
Changing a Setting ...............................................................................5-2
Quitting SP Mode..................................................................................5-2
Enabling Settings ..................................................................................5-2
Line Position Adjustment ......................................................................5-2
5.1.2 REMARKS........................................................................................5-3
Abbreviations and Symbols ..................................................................5-3
Possible Values ....................................................................................5-3
Process Speed .....................................................................................5-4
5.2 CONTROLLER SERVICE MODE..............................................................5-5
5.2.1 SERVICE MODE TABLE..................................................................5-5
5.2.2 BIT SWITCH PROGRAMMING ........................................................5-7
5.3 ENGINE SERVICE MODE ........................................................................5-8
5.3.1 SERVICE MODE TABLE..................................................................5-8
SP1-XXX (Feed) ...................................................................................5-8
SP2-XXX (Drum).................................................................................5-19
SP3-XXX (Process) ............................................................................5-37
SP5-XXX (Mode) ................................................................................5-46
SP6-XXX (Peripherals) .......................................................................5-67
SP7-XXX (Data Log)...........................................................................5-68
SP8-XXX (Data Log 2)........................................................................5-75
5.3.2 MEMORY CLEAR/COUNTER CLEAR ...........................................5-85
5.3.3 INPUT CHECK TABLE ...................................................................5-86
Table 1: Paper Height Sensor.............................................................5-88
Table 2: Paper Size Switch (Tray 2) ...................................................5-88
Table 3: Paper Size (By-pass Table) ..................................................5-89
5.3.4 OUTPUT CHECK TABLE ...............................................................5-90
5.3.5 TEST PATTERN (SP5-997) ...........................................................5-95
5.4 FIRMWARE UPDATE .............................................................................5-96
5.4.1 TYPE OF FIRMWARE....................................................................5-96
5.4.2 PRECAUTIONS..............................................................................5-96
Handling SD Cards .............................................................................5-96
Upload or Download ...........................................................................5-96
Network Connection............................................................................5-96
5.4.3 FILE ARRANGEMENT ...................................................................5-97
How the Program Works.....................................................................5-97
Example..............................................................................................5-97
5.4.4 UPDATING .....................................................................................5-98
Procedure ...........................................................................................5-98
Error Handling.....................................................................................5-99
Power Failure......................................................................................5-99
5.4.5 NVRAM DATA UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD ........................................5-100
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Uploading NVRAM Data ...................................................................5-100
Downloading NVRAM Data...............................................................5-101
5.4.6 ERROR CODE TABLE .................................................................5-102
5.5 SD CARD APPLI MOVE........................................................................5-103
5.5.1 OVERVIEW ..................................................................................5-103
5.5.2 MOVE EXEC ................................................................................5-104
5.5.3 UNDO EXEC ................................................................................5-105
5.6 CONTROLLER SELF-DIAGNOSTICS ..................................................5-106
5.6.1 OVERVIEW ..................................................................................5-106
5.6.2 DETAILED SELF-DIAGNOSTICS ................................................5-107
5.7 USER PROGRAM MODE .....................................................................5-107
To enter a User Program ..................................................................5-107
To exit a User Program.....................................................................5-107
Menu List ..........................................................................................5-108
5.8 DIP SWITCHES.....................................................................................5-109
Controller Board................................................................................5-109
BCU Board........................................................................................5-109
DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
6. DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS ....................................... 6-1
6.1 OVERVIEW ...............................................................................................6-1
6.1.1 COMPONENT LAYOUT ...................................................................6-1
6.1.2 PAPER PATH ...................................................................................6-2
6.1.3 DRIVE LAYOUT ...............................................................................6-3
6.1.4 BOARD STRUCTURE......................................................................6-4
Overview...............................................................................................6-4
6.1.5 PRINTING PROCESS ......................................................................6-6
6.2 PROCESS CONTROL ..............................................................................6-8
6.2.1 OVERVIEW ......................................................................................6-8
6.2.2 POTENTIAL CONTROL ...................................................................6-8
Overview...............................................................................................6-8
Process Control Self Check ..................................................................6-9
6.2.3 PROCESS CONTROL SELF CHECK PROCEDURE ....................6-10
Step 1: VSG Adjustment .....................................................................6-10
Step 2: ID Sensor Solid Pattern Generation .......................................6-11
Step 3: Sensor Pattern Detection .......................................................6-11
Step 4: Toner Amount Calculation ......................................................6-11
Step 5: VD, VB, VL Selection and VREF Adjustment .........................6-12
Step 6: ID Sensor Highlight Pattern Generation .................................6-13
Step 7: Sensor Pattern Density Detection...........................................6-13
Step 8: VL (LD Power) Selection ........................................................6-13
6.2.4 VREF COMPENSATION DURING A PRINT JOB ..........................6-14
Highlight Pattern .................................................................................6-14
Adjustment Process ............................................................................6-14
6.2.5 TONER SUPPLY CONTROL .........................................................6-15
Overview.............................................................................................6-15
Toner Supply Control Modes ..............................................................6-15
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6.2.6 TONER NEAR END/TONER END DETECTION ............................6-16
Introduction .........................................................................................6-16
Toner Near End Detection 1 ...............................................................6-17
Toner Near End Detection 2 ...............................................................6-17
Toner End Detection ...........................................................................6-18
Toner End Recovery ...........................................................................6-18
6.2.7 DEVELOPER INITIALIZATION ......................................................6-19
6.3 LASER EXPOSURE................................................................................6-20
6.3.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-20
6.3.2 OPTICAL PATH..............................................................................6-21
6.3.3 LASER SYNCHRONIZING DETECTOR ........................................6-22
Overview.............................................................................................6-22
Main Scan Start Detection ..................................................................6-22
Clock Frequency Adjustment ..............................................................6-22
6.3.4 LD SAFETY SWITCH .....................................................................6-23
Front and Upper Left Cover Switch.....................................................6-23
Error Messages ..................................................................................6-24
6.3.5 AUTOMATIC LINE POSITION ADJUSTMENT ..............................6-25
Overview.............................................................................................6-25
Summary of Each Adjustment ............................................................6-26
Adjustment Conditions ........................................................................6-27
Main Scan Skew Adjustment ..............................................................6-28
6.4 PHOTOCONDUCTOR UNIT ...................................................................6-29
6.4.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-29
6.4.2 DRIVE.............................................................................................6-30
6.4.3 DRUM GEAR POSITION SENSORS .............................................6-31
Mechanism .........................................................................................6-31
Initialization Process and SC Codes ...................................................6-32
6.4.4 DRUM CHARGE AND QUENCHING .............................................6-33
6.4.5 DRUM CLEANING..........................................................................6-34
6.4.6 WASTE TONER COLLECTION .....................................................6-35
Waste Toner Path ...............................................................................6-35
6.4.7 WASTE TONER BOTTLE FULL DETECTION ...............................6-37
6.5 DEVELOPMENT .....................................................................................6-38
6.5.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-38
6.5.2 DRIVE.............................................................................................6-39
6.5.3 DEVELOPER AGITATION .............................................................6-40
6.5.4 DEVELOPMENT BIAS ...................................................................6-41
6.5.5 TONER SUPPLY MECHANISM .....................................................6-42
Overview.............................................................................................6-42
Toner Agitation and Attraction ............................................................6-42
Air Flow and Toner Flow .....................................................................6-43
Toner Near End Detection ..................................................................6-43
Toner Transport ..................................................................................6-44
Shutter Mechanism .............................................................................6-45
6.5.6 TONER CARTRIDGE DETECTION ...............................................6-45
6.6 PAPER FEED..........................................................................................6-46
6.6.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-46
6.6.2 DRIVE – TRAY 1, TRAY 2, AND BY-PASS TRAY .........................6-47
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6.6.3 PAPER LIFT – TRAYS 1 & 2..........................................................6-48
6.6.4 PAPER SIZE DETECTION – TRAYS 1 & 2....................................6-49
6.6.5 PAPER HEIGHT DETECTION – TRAYS 1 & 2 ..............................6-50
6.6.6 PAPER END DETECTION – TRAYS 1 & 2 ....................................6-50
6.6.7 REGISTRATION.............................................................................6-51
6.6.8 PAPER FEED LINE SPEED...........................................................6-52
6.6.9 GRIP ROLLER RELEASE MECHANISM .......................................6-53
6.7 IMAGE TRANSFER AND PAPER SEPARATION ...................................6-54
6.7.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-54
6.7.2 TRANSFER BELT DRIVE ..............................................................6-55
Drive Motor .........................................................................................6-55
Transfer belt speed control .................................................................6-56
Transfer belt mark sensor ...................................................................6-57
6.7.3 TRANSFER CURRENT..................................................................6-58
6.7.4 TRANSFER BELT CLEANING .......................................................6-59
6.7.5 TRANSFER BELT CONTACT ........................................................6-60
Mechanism .........................................................................................6-60
Transfer Belt Sensor ...........................................................................6-61
6.7.6 ACS (AUTO COLOR SENSING) MODE ........................................6-62
6.8 FUSING ...................................................................................................6-63
6.8.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-63
6.8.2 FUSING UNIT DRIVE.....................................................................6-64
Belt and Rollers ..................................................................................6-64
Fusing Clutch......................................................................................6-64
6.8.3 FUSING TEMPERATURE CONTROL............................................6-65
Fusing Temperatures..........................................................................6-65
Temperature Corrections ....................................................................6-66
Overheat Protection ............................................................................6-66
6.8.4 NEW FUSING UNIT DETECTION..................................................6-67
6.8.5 ENERGY SAVER MODES .............................................................6-68
Level 1 Energy Saver Mode................................................................6-68
Level 2 Energy Saver Mode................................................................6-68
6.9 PAPER EXIT ...........................................................................................6-69
6.9.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-69
6.9.2 PAPER OVERFLOW DETECTION ................................................6-70
6.10 DUPLEX UNIT.......................................................................................6-71
6.10.1 OVERVIEW ..................................................................................6-71
6.10.2 DUPLEX OPERATION .................................................................6-72
Up to A4/LT (81/2" x 11") LEF ............................................................6-72
Larger than A4/LT (81/2" x 11") LEF...................................................6-72
6.10.3 DUPLEX INVERTER UNIT...........................................................6-73
6.10.4 FEED TO EXTERNAL EXIT TRAY (NON-DUPLEX MODE) ........6-74
6.10.5 FEED TO DUPLEX FEED UNIT ...................................................6-75
6.10.6 FEED TO TWO-TRAY FINISHER AND BOOKLET FINISHER ....6-76
With Optional One-Tray Paper Feed Unit ...........................................6-76
With Optional LCT or Two-Tray Paper Feed Unit ...............................6-76
6.10.7 DUPLEX FEED UNIT ...................................................................6-77
Drive ...................................................................................................6-77
Feed-in and feed-out...........................................................................6-77
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6.11 PRINTER FUNCTIONS .........................................................................6-78
6.11.1 OVERVIEW ..................................................................................6-78
6.11.2 HARD DISK ..................................................................................6-79
Overview.............................................................................................6-79
6.11.3 PRINT DATA PROCESSING .......................................................6-80
RPCS Driver .......................................................................................6-80
PCL5e/PCL6c Driver...........................................................................6-80
PS3 Driver ..........................................................................................6-81
CMS (Color Management System) .....................................................6-81
Gray Correction ..................................................................................6-81
BG/UCR (Black Generation/Under Color Removal)............................6-81
Gamma Correction..............................................................................6-81
Toner Limitation ..................................................................................6-82
Dither Processing and ROP/RIP .........................................................6-82
6.11.4 CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS .......................................................6-83
Sample Print .......................................................................................6-83
Hold Print ............................................................................................6-83
Locked Print........................................................................................6-83
Stored Print.........................................................................................6-83
6.11.5 JOB SPOOLING ...........................................................................6-84
Related SP Modes ..............................................................................6-84
Paper Source Selection ......................................................................6-85
Auto Continue .....................................................................................6-86
Paper Output Tray ..............................................................................6-87
Stapling...............................................................................................6-87
Punching.............................................................................................6-88
6.12 PICTBRIDGE.........................................................................................6-89
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................. 7-1
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................7-1
2. SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES......................................................................7-4
2.1 PAPER FEED......................................................................................7-4
2.2 PAPER EXIT .......................................................................................7-5
3. SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES .....................................................................7-6
3.1 PRINTER DRIVERS ............................................................................7-6
3.2 UTILITY SOFTWARE ..........................................................................7-6
4. MACHINE CONFIGURATION .....................................................................7-7
Controller ..............................................................................................7-8
Others ...................................................................................................7-8
5. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ............................................................................7-9
5.1 500-SHEET TRAY ...............................................................................7-9
5.2 1000-SHEET TRAY .............................................................................7-9
5.3 2000-SHEET LARGE CAPACITY TRAY .............................................7-9
5.4 TWO-TRAY FINISHER & PUNCH UNIT ...........................................7-10
5.5 BOOKLET FINISHER......................................................................7-11
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICES
PREVENTION OF PHYSICAL INJURY
1. Before disassembling or assembling parts of the printer and peripherals,
make sure that the printer power cord is unplugged.
2. The wall outlet should be near the printer and easily accessible.
3. If any adjustment or operation check has to be made with exterior covers off
or open while the main switch is turned on, keep hands away from electrified
or mechanically driven components.
4. The printer drives some of its components when it completes the warm-up
period. Be careful to keep hands away from the mechanical and electrical
components as the printer starts operation.
5. The inside and the metal parts of the fusing unit become extremely hot while
the printer is operating. Be careful to avoid touching those components with
your bare hands.
HEALTH SAFETY CONDITIONS
Toner and developer are non-toxic, but if you get either of them in your eyes by
accident, it may cause temporary eye discomfort. Immediately wash eyes with
plenty of water. If unsuccessful, get medical attention.
OBSERVANCE OF ELECTRICAL SAFETY STANDARDS
A customer service representative who has completed the training course on
those models must service the printer and its peripherals.
CAUTION
1. Always replace a lithium battery on the controller with the same type of
battery prescribed for use on that board. Replacing a lithium battery with any
type other than the one prescribed for use on the controller could lead to an
explosion or damage to the controller.
2. Never discard used batteries by mixing them with other trash. Remove them
from the work site and dispose of them in accordance with local laws and
regulations regarding the disposal of such items.
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SAFETY AND ECOLOGICAL NOTES FOR DISPOSAL
1. Do not incinerate toner bottles or used toner. Toner dust may ignite suddenly
when exposed to an open flame.
2. Dispose of used toner, the maintenance unit, which includes developer or
the organic photoconductor in accordance with local regulations. (These are
non-toxic supplies.)
3. Dispose of replaced parts in accordance with local regulations.
4. When keeping used lithium batteries in order to dispose of them later, do not
put more than 100 batteries per sealed box. Storing larger numbers or not
sealing them apart may lead to chemical reactions and heat build-up.
LASER SAFETY
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) prohibits the repair of
laser-based optical units in the field. The optical housing unit can only be repaired
in a factory or at a location with the requisite equipment. The laser subsystem is
replaceable in the field by a qualified Customer Engineer. The laser chassis is not
repairable in the field. Customer engineers are therefore directed to return all
chassis and laser subsystems to the factory or service depot when replacement of
the optical subsystem is required.
WARNING
Use of controls, or adjustment, or performance of procedures other than
those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
WARNING
WARNING: Turn off the main switch before attempting any of the
procedures in the Laser Optics Housing Unit section. Laser
beams can seriously damage your eyes.
CAUTION MARKING:
CAUTION- CLASS 3B LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM
VORSICHT- LASERSTRAHLUNG KLASSE 3B
WENN ABDECKUNG GEOFFNET
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN
CAUTION
VORSICHT
CAUTION- CLASS 3B LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM
VORSICHT- LASERSTRAHLUNG KLASSE 3B
WENN ABDECKUNG GEOFFNET
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN
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Trademarks
Microsoft®, Windows®, and MS-DOS® are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and /or other countries.
PostScript® is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems, Incorporated.
PCL® is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company.
Ethernet® is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
PowerPC® is a registered trademark of International Business Machines
Corporation.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be
trademarks of their respective companies. We disclaim any and all rights involved
with those marks.
Symbols and Abbreviations
This manual uses the symbols and abbreviations shown below.
Symbol



SEF
LEF
Meaning
Refer to section number
Clip ring
Screw
Connector
Short Edge Feed
Long Edge Feed
Short Edge Feed (SEF)
Long Edge Feed (LEF)
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TROUBLESHOOTING
DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
TAB
POSITION 8
TAB
POSITION 7
SPECIFICATIONS
TAB
POSITION 6
TAB
POSITION 5
SERVICE TABLES
TAB
POSITION 3
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
TAB
POSITION 4
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
TAB
POSITION 2
TAB
POSITION 1
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT
Installation
1. INSTALLATION
1.1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT
1.1.1 ENVIRONMENT
Ambient Humidity (%RH)
80%
70%
Recommended conditions:
15 to 25°C
30 to 70%RH
54%
30%
15%
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10°C
15°C
25°C
32°C
1. Temperature Range:
10°C to 32°C (50°F to 89.6°F)
2. Humidity Range:
15% to 80% RH
3. Ambient Illumination:
Less than 2,000 lux (do not expose to direct sunlight)
4. Ventilation:
3 times/hour/person or more
5. Do not expose the machine to the following:
1) Direct cool air from an air conditioner
2) Direct heat from a heater
6. Do not install the machine in areas that get exposed to corrosive gas.
7. Install the machine locations lower than 2,500 m (8,200 ft.) above sea level.
8. Install the machine on a strong, level base ( 1.1.2).
9. Do not install the machine in areas that get strong vibrations.
1.1.2 MACHINE LEVEL
Front to back: Within 5 mm (0.2")
Right to left:
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT
1.1.3 MACHINE SPACE REQUIREMENT
Install the machine near the power source. The diagrams show the necessary
space.
Printer
G130
G131 (Duplex unit and HDD unit are installed as standard units.)
670mm (P4c)
575mm (P4a)
B
A
A
A: Over 460 mm (18")
B: Over 100 mm (4")
C: Over 550 mm (22")
D: Over 700 mm (28")
C
678mm
yyy
yyy
yyy
yyy
D
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Printer and Finisher
1450mm
B
yy
C
yyy
yyy
yyy
yyy
678mm
A
D
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[A]: Over 460 mm (18")
[B]: Over 100 mm (4")
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[C]: Over 550 mm (22")
[D]: Over 700 mm (28")
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OPTIONAL UNIT COMBINATIONS
Installation
1.1.4 POWER REQUIREMENTS
CAUTION
1. Insert the plug firmly in the outlet.
2. Do not use an outlet extension plug or cord.
3. Ground the machine.
1. Input voltage level:
NA:
120 V, 60 Hz: More than 12 A (G131)/ 11 A (G130)
EU/ASIA: 220 V ~ 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz: More than 7 A (G131)/ 6 A (G130)
2. Permissible voltage fluctuation: ±10%
3. Do not put or place anything on the power cord.
1.2 OPTIONAL UNIT COMBINATIONS
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Options
One-tray paper feed unit
Two-tray paper feed unit
Large capacity tray
Two-tray finisher
Punch kit (3 types)
Booklet Finisher
Punch unit (4 types)
Duplex unit
64 MB memory
128 MB memory
256 MB memory
40 GB HDD unit
IEEE 1284
IEEE 1394
IEEE 802.11b
Bluetooth
Gigabit Ethernet
USB Host I/F
PictBridge
NVRAM memory
Remarks
You can only install one of these three
One from No. 4 and No. 6; No. 8 necessary
No. 4 necessary; One of the three types
One from No. 4 and No. 6; No. 8 necessary
No. 6 necessary; One of the four types
Standard for G131
You can only install one of these three
Standard for G131
You can only install one of these six
No.18 necessary
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1.3 PRINTER
1.3.1 POWER SOCKETS FOR PERIPHERALS
CAUTION
Rating voltage for peripherals.
Make sure to plug the cables into the correct sockets.
1. Duplex unit
Rating voltage output
connector for accessory
Max. DC24V
2. Finisher
Rating voltage output
connector for accessory
Max. DC24V
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Installation
1.3.2 INSTALLATION FLOW CHART
The flow chart shows the installation procedure.
Start
A
B
Unpack the printer.
The paper feed
unit or LCT to be installed?
The two-tray finisher
or booklet finisher to be
installed?
Yes
Yes
Place the printer on the paper feed unit or
LCT, and install it.
The punch unit to be installed?
No
Yes
The controller options to be
installed?
Install the punch unit.
No
Yes
No
Install the controller options.
Install the finisher.
No
The duplex unit to be installed
or already installed?
Install the printer.
No
Yes
Specify the settings relevant to the
contract (see section 1.3.3).
Install the duplex unit or go to the next
step if it has arleady been installed.
A
End
B
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The two-tray finisher and the booklet finisher require  the duplex unit and  an optional paper tray
unit or the LCT. Each punch unit is for the two-tray finisher or the booklet finisher.
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1.3.3 INSTALLATION AND SETTINGS
Refer to the Operating Instructions for the installation procedure. Make the
necessary settings for the service contract after you install the printer. Use caution
when you make the settings.
1. Check the contract type carefully before you do steps 2 and 3. You cannot
change some settings back again if you make an incorrect setting.
2. You must enable Meter Charge (SP5-930-001) for any meter click counter
contract. The default is “OFF” (disabled).
3. If you set Meter Charge to “ON”, you must set Counter Methods (SP5-045)
(developments/prints) in accordance with the contract ( 5.3.1). You cannot
change the setting back again if you change the setting from “Prints” (default)
to “Developments.”
The table shows the SP Mode settings related to service contracts.
Service Program
Meter Charge > ON/OFF
(SP5-930-001)
Function
Enables or disables the Meter Charge. (Default: OFF
[Disabled])
When enabled:
• The Counter menu appears immediately after you push
the Menu key. The Counter Method (SP5-045) sets the
type of the counter.
• You can print the counter from the Counter menu.
When disabled:
• The Counter menu is not shown.
Meter Charge > Menu (SP5930-003)
Meter Charge > Paper Feed
(SP5-930-004)
Meter Charge > Paper
Transfer (SP5-930-005)
Counter Method (SP5-045)
Double Count (SP5-104)
Telephone Number Setting >
Service (SP5-812-001)
Telephone Number Setting >
Fax Telephone Number
SP5-812-002
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Enables or disables the PM Alert for the PCUs, development
units, and fusing unit. (Default: Click 1 [Enabled])
When the PM Alert is enabled, a message is displayed
when one of the units needs to be replaced.
Enables or disables the PM Alert for the paper feed rollers.
(Default: No Alert [Disabled])
Enables or disables the PM Alert for the transfer unit and
transfer-cleaning unit. (Default: No Alert [Disabled])
Tells the counter when to count (each development or each
print). (Default: 1 [Prints])
Specifies whether the counter increase by +1 or by +2 when
the paper size is A3 or 11" x 17". (Default: OFF [by +1])
Shows or sets the telephone number of the service
representative.
Shows or sets the fax number of the service station. The
number is printed on the counter list when the Meter Charge is
enabled. The user can send a fax message with the counter
list.
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1.3.4 MOVING THE MACHINE
CAUTION
Make sure that the transfer belt is in its correct position before you move
the printer. Otherwise the transfer belt and the black PCU can get damaged.
NOTE: This section assumes that you manually move the machine to a different
floor in the same building. See section 1.3.5 if you use transportation
equipment.
The supports on the paper feed unit or LCT make it difficult to move the machine.
You can remove them when necessary.
1. Check that the transfer belt is in the
correct position.
2. Remove the supports [A] from both
sides ( x 2 for each).
[A]
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CAUTION: Install the supports again after you move the machine. If not, the
machine can tilt when you draw out a paper tray or while you service
the printer.
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1.3.5 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE
Read this section when you use transportation equipment to move the machine.
When you manually move the machine to a different floor in the same building, see
section 1.3.4.
Necessary Adjustment after Transportation
After you install the machine at a new location, do the Line Adjustment (SP5-993002) or the Auto Adjustment (Menu > Maintenance > Color Regist. > Auto Adjust).
When you do one of these programs, make sure that the tray fences are set
correctly. If not set correctly, tray fences can make color images shift.
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Preparing the Printer
CAUTION
Make sure that the transfer belt is in its correct position before you move
the printer. If not, the transfer belt and the black PCU can get damaged.
1. Check that the transfer belt is in its correct position.
2. Remove the supports ( 1.3.4).
3. Remove the toner bottles to not let toner flow into the toner supply tubes when
you move the machine. This can cause the tube to get clogged with toner.
4. Put air packing into the toner cartridge holders to protect the toner supply
entrances. This does not let toner flow out to the toner cartridge holders.
5. Set the lock pin [A] (which comes
with the machine) in the transfer
belt unit.
NOTE: The lower end of the
transfer belt moves. The
surface of the belt and PCU
can get damaged by the
friction between them if you
transport the machine
without locking the belt.
[A]
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6. Make sure there is no paper left in the paper trays. The fix down the bottom
plates with a sheet of paper and tape.
7. Empty out the waste toner bottle. Then attach securing tape not to let the bottle
from come out.
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8. Turn the release lever [A]
counterclockwise to its lowermost
position. (The lever does not stay in
this position if you do not hold it.)
Keep the lever in this position with
tape.
NOTE: The release lever lifts the
transfer belt up and presses
it against the black PCU.
The surfaces of the belt and
PCU can get damaged by
the friction between them if
you transport the machine
with the two units in this
position.
[A]
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9. Attach shipping tape to the covers and doors. Then shrink-wrap the machine
tightly.
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OPTIONAL TRAY UNIT
Installation
1.4 OPTIONAL TRAY UNIT
1.4.1 TWO-TRAY FINISHER
Accessory Check
Check the accessories and their quantities against the following list.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Description
Q’ty
Duplex-unit support.................................................................... 1
Tray............................................................................................ 1
Link rail....................................................................................... 1
Link-rail holder ........................................................................... 1
Long screw M4x12..................................................................... 6
Short screw M4x8 ...................................................................... 2
2
1
3
5
6
4
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
NOTE: This installation procedure uses the following symbols.
: Screw
: Connector
CAUTION
Turn off the main switch of the printer and unplug its power cord before
you begin the installation procedure.
1. Remove all tape. Check that no tape remains
inside the front cover and on the left cover.
2. Fold the external tray [A].
[A]
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3. Remove the support [A] on the left side
( x 2).
[A]
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4. Set the link rail [B] on the link-rail holder [C].
5. Install the link-rail holder (with the link rail)
to the printer [D] (Long screw x 2).
[D]
[C]
[B]
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6. Install the duplex-unit support [E] to the
printer (Long screw x 3).
[E]
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OPTIONAL TRAY UNIT
Installation
7. Adjust the position of the connection
bracket [A] as necessary ( x 2):
• Upper position for the printer with the
two-tray paper feed unit or LCT
• Lower position for the printer with the
one-tray paper feed unit
[A]
[B]
8. Connect the finisher [B] with
the printer (Long screw x 1).
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9. Connect the finisher cable to
the connector of the printer.
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10. Install the two trays [C] (Short screw x 1
for each).
[C]
11. Extend the external tray of the printer
(see step 2).
12. Turn the main switch on and check the
operation.
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1.4.2 PUNCH UNIT
Accessory Check
Check the quantity and condition of the accessories.
Description
Q’ty
1. Punch unit............................................................................1
2. Sensor arm ..........................................................................1
3. Spring ..................................................................................1
4. Screw M3 x 6 .......................................................................2
5. Step screw...........................................................................2
6. Hopper.................................................................................1
7. Spacer (2 mm) .....................................................................1
8. Spacer (1 mm) .....................................................................2
2
1
3
8
4
5
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CAUTION
Switch off the main machine and unplug its power cord. If the two-tray
finisher has been installed, disconnect it and pull it away from the machine.
[A]
[C]
[B]
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1. Unpack the punch unit and remove all tapes and shipping retainers.
2. Open the front door and remove the rear cover [A] ( x 4).
3. Remove the bracket [B] ( x 2) and paper guide [C] (stepped  x 1).
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[B]
[A]
[C]
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[E]
[D]
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4. Remove the hopper cover [A] ( x 2).
5. Install the sensor bracket [B] (stepped  x 1).
6. Install the spring [C].
7. Install the 2 mm spacer [D].
8. Install the punch unit [E] ( x 2, stepped  x 1).
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[A]
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[C]
[B]
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9. Connect the harnesses [A] and clamp them as shown.
10. Slide in the hopper [B].
11. Fasten the two 1-mm spacers [C] to the rear frame for future adjustment.
NOTE: The spacers are used to adjust the horizontal positioning of the punch
holes.
12. Reassemble the finisher and check the punch operation.
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1.4.3 BOOKLET FINISHER
Accessory Check
Check the quantity and condition of the accessories.
Description
Q’ty
1. Regular tray ..................................................................................1
2. Rail holder.....................................................................................1
3. Magnet catch–rear........................................................................1
4. Magnet catch–front .......................................................................1
5. Duplex-unit support.......................................................................1
6. Rail joint ........................................................................................1
7. Screw M4 x 12 ..............................................................................6
8. Screw M4 x 6 ................................................................................8
9. Screw M3 x 14 ..............................................................................4
10. Rail..............................................................................................1
11. Stapler unit..................................................................................1
12. Staple cartridge...........................................................................1
13. Pad .............................................................................................3
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
7
8
9
11
13
12
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NOTE: Make sure that you keep the pads. The pads are white and made of
Styrofoam.
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Adjusting the Height
[B]
[D]
[A]
[C]
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1. Check the type of the optional paper tray:
• If the optional two-tray paper feed unit or the optional LCT is installed, go to
step 2.
• Go to “Main Body if either of them is not installed.
2. Tape the pads [A] to the right-hand side of the machine.
3. Put the machine on its right-hand side.
4. Remove the adjuster plates [B] ( x 2).
5. Change the height [C].
6. Install the adjuster plates again [D].
7. Remove the machine out of the box and stand it up.
8. Check that the height is correct, and remove the pads.
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Main Body
1. Remove all tape and padding.
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2. Remove the screw cover [A].
3. Install the rail joint [B] ( x 4).
4. Install the screw cover again.
[A]
[B]
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5. Install the regular tray [C] ( x 4).
[C]
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7. Install the duplex-unit support [C] ( x
3).
Installation
6. Install the magnet catches [A][B]
( x 2 for each).
[A]
[C]
[B]
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8. Remove the support on the left side [D]
( x 2).
[D]
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9. Set the rail [E] through the rail holder [F].
10. Install the rail holder (with the rail) to the
printer ( x 2).
[E]
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11. Connect the booklet finisher unit to
the printer ( x 1).
G130I541.WMF
12. Install the stapler unit [A].
[A]
G130I542.WMF
13. Turn the knob [B] clockwise until the
staple-cartridge holder [C] reaches the
front-most position.
14. Install the staple cartridge [D] firmly to
the staple-cartridge holder.
[B]
[C]
[D]
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15. Turn on the main switch and check the operation.
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OPTIONAL TRAY UNIT
Installation
1.4.4 OPTIONAL PUNCH UNIT
Accessory Check
Check the quantity and condition of the accessories.
Description
Q’ty
1. Punch unit............................................................................1
2. Decal ...................................................................................1
3. Screw M4 x 6 (with the base) ..............................................1
4. Cable ...................................................................................2
1
2
3
4
G130I544.WMF
Installation Procedure
1. Remove the front lower cover [A] (
x 2).
[A]
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[F]
[E]
[B]
[C]
[D]
[A]
G130I546.WMF
2. Remove the joint guard [A] ( x 2).
3. Open the front door [B].
4. Release the stopper and remove the knob [C].
5. Remove the front cover [D] ( x 2).
6. Remove the rear cover [E] ( x 3).
NOTE: Do not damage the Mylar when you remove the screw.
7. Remove the right top cover with the paper entrance cover [F] ( x 4).
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8. Remove the right top cover [A] from
the paper entrance cover [B].
Installation
OPTIONAL TRAY UNIT
[A]
[B]
G130I547.WMF
9. Install the punch unit [C] ( x 2,
1 screw with the base [D])
[D]
[C]
10. Install the right top cover [E] ( x 2).
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[E]
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[B]
[A]
[C]
[D]
G130I550.WMF
11. Install the cable to the connectors as follows:
• J1003 (punch unit) [A] to CN12 (booklet finisher unit) [D]
• J1004 (punch unit) [B] to CN14 (booklet finisher unit) [C]
[F]
[E]
G130I552.WMF
G130I551.WMF
12. Fasten the cable with the clamps.
13. Reassemble the booklet finisher unit.
NOTE: Check that the side guide and the front cover correctly join with each
other [E].
14. Attach the decal [F].
15. Turn on the main switch and check the punch operation.
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USER MAINTENANCE
2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
2.1 USER MAINTENANCE
The table shows the maintenance kits for the user.
Kit
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
Component
Color PCU (3 PCUs for CMY)
Color Development Unit (3 units for CMY)
Fusing Unit (without Oil Supply Unit)
Black Development Unit and Dust Filter
Waste Toner Bottle
Black PCU
Paper Feed Rollers
Expected Yield (Prints)
40 k
80 k
80 k
80 k
40 k
40 k
150 k
NOTE: The yield is calculated for these conditions: A4 (LT) LEF, 5% image
coverage ratio, 3 prints per job.
PM Alert Display
This machine can show a PM Alert (an error message) when a unit or component
must be replaced. The table shows the SPs related to PM Alerts.
Service Program
Meter Charge > Menu (SP5-930-003)
Meter Charge > Paper Feed (SP5-930004)
Function
Enables or disables the PM Alert for the PCUs,
development units, and fusing unit. (Default: Click 1
[Enabled])
Enables or disables the PM Alert for the paper feed
rollers. (Default: No Alert [Disabled])
The machine stops operation if the user does not replace the waste toner bottle
when the machine tells the user to do this.
New Unit Detection
When the user replaces a unit or component that is a part of a maintenance kit, the
machine automatically detects the unit or component except the paper feed rollers.
The related counter(s) (one or some of SP7-803-001 to 049) will be set to zero.
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Maintenance Kit
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USER MAINTENANCE
PM Table
Symbol key:
C: Clean,
R: Replace,
L: Lubricate,
I: Inspect
Main Unit
Item
Black PCU
Color (Y/M/C) PCU
Black Development Unit
Color (C/M/Y) Development Unit
Fusing Unit
Pick-up Roller
Feed Roller
Separation Roller
Waste Toner Bottle
Dust Filter
Circuit Breaker
40K
R
R
80K
150K
EM
Remarks
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
I
At least once a month
Punch Kit
Item
10K
I
Chads
EM
Remarks
Discard chads.
One-tray Paper Feed Unit (500 sheets x 1)
Item
Relay Roller
Bottom Plate Pad
Pick-up Roller
Feed Roller
Separation Roller
100K
150K
250K
1,000K 3,000K
EM
C
C
Remarks
Damp cloth
Damp cloth
R
R
R
Two-tray Paper Feed Unit (500 sheets x 2)
Item
Relay Roller
Bottom Plate Pad
Pick-up Roller
Feed Roller
Separation Roller
100K
150K
250K
1,000K 3,000K
EM
C
C
Remarks
Damp cloth
Damp cloth
250K
1,000K 3,000K
EM
C
C
Remarks
Damp cloth
Damp cloth
R
R
R
LCT (2000 sheets)
Item
Relay Roller
Bottom Plate Pad
Pick-up Roller
Feed Roller
Separation Roller
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100K
150K
R
R
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SERVICE MAINTENANCE
2.2 SERVICE MAINTENANCE
PM Counter Reset
SP7-804-011
SP7-804-012
SP7-804-013
SP7-804-014
By-pass Tray Feed Roller
Paper Feed Tray 1 Feed Roller
Paper Feed Tray 2 Feed Roller
Paper Feed Tray 3 Feed Roller
SP7-804-015
SP7-804-017
SP7-804-018
Paper Feed Tray 4 Feed Roller
Transfer Unit
Transfer Cleaning Unit
PM Table
Symbol key:
C: Clean,
R: Replace,
L: Lubricate,
I: Inspect
Main unit
Item
Transfer Unit
Transfer Cleaning Unit
By-pass Feed Roller
By-pass Pick-up Roller
By-pass Separation Roller
100K
150K
250K
1,000K 3,000K
R
EM
1,000K 3,000K
EM
C
C
C
I
Remarks
R
R
R
R
Two-tray Finisher
Items
Rollers
Discharge Brush
Sensors
Jogger Fences
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Remarks
Damp cloth
Dry cloth
Blower brush
Replace if required.
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Preventive
Maintenance
Reset the related PM Counter after you replace a unit or component that is not a
part of a maintenance kit ( 2.1). To do this, use PM Counter Reset (SP7-804).
The table shows the service programs that you must use.
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SPECIAL TOOLS
3. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main switch and unplug the machine before you do the
procedures in this section.
Part Number
B6455010
B6456700
B6456800
A029 9387
G021 9350
C401 9503
A2579300
52039501
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SD Card
PCMCIA Card Adapter
USB Reader/Writer
Digital Multimeter–FLUKE87
Loop-back Connector–Parallel
20X Magnification Scope
Grease Barrierta–S552R
Silicon Grease G-501
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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3.1 SPECIAL TOOLS
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IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
3.2 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
3.2.1 REGISTRATION
Image Area
The image area shown in the
illustration must be guaranteed. So
A
make sure that the registration is
adjusted within the adjustment standard
range as described below.
B
Feed direction
Image Area
C
A = B = C = 4.2mm (1.6”)
G130R910.WMFF
Leading Edge
Adjusts the leading edge registration for each paper type and process line speed.
Side- to- Side
Adjusts the side-to-side registration for each paper feed station.
NOTE: The side-to-side registration for the optional paper feed unit, LCT, and
duplex unit can be adjusted with SP mode or with the user tools
(Maintenance menu).
Adjustment Standard
• Leading edge (sub-scan direction):
• Side to side (main-scan direction):
3 ± 0 mm
2 ± 0 mm
Paper Registration Standard
The registration in both main- and sub-scan directions may fluctuate within the
following tolerance.
1st side
• Sub-scan direction:
• Main-scan direction:
2nd side in duplex
• Sub-scan direction:
• Main-scan direction:
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0 ± 2 mm
0 ± 3 mm
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IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
Adjustment Procedure
1. Enter SP mode and access SP5-997.
3. Perform the leading edge registration adjustment.
1) Check the leading edge registration and adjust it with SP1-001.
2) Select the adjustment conditions (paper type and process line speed).
3) Input the value then press the [Escape] key.
4) Check the leading edge adjustment by generating the trim pattern.
4. Perform the side-to-side registration adjustment.
1) Check the side-to-side registration and adjust it with SP1-002.
2) Select the adjustment conditions (paper feed station).
3) Input the value then press the [Escape] key.
4) Check the side-to-side adjustment by generating the trim pattern.
3.2.2 COLOR REGISTRATION
Line Position Adjustment
Normally, the automatic line position adjustment is executed under a specified
condition to optimize the color prints. If color registration shifts, execute “Auto
Adjust” with the user tools (Maintenance menu – Color registration) or SP5-993-2
to do the forced line position adjustment. In addition, it is recommended to perform
the line position adjustment under the following conditions:
•
After transporting or moving the printer (If printers are pre-installed at the
workshop and transported to the user location, forced line position adjustment
should be done after printer installation is completed at the user location.)
• When opening the drum positioning plate
• When removing or replacing the motors, clutches, and/or gears related to the
drum/development/transfer sections
• When removing or replacing the transfer belt or laser optics housing unit
Adjustment of Line Speed for Thick Paper
You must adjust the line speed of the fusing unit (the speed of development motorK) under the following conditions:
• The color registration shifts more on the trailing edge than on the leading
edge.
• This problem has not been solved by the line position adjustment.
Use the following user tool for this adjustment:
• Menu/Maintenance/Color Regist./Fuser Adjust/Thick paper
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2. Print out the pattern (15: trimming pattern) with SP5-997.
NOTE: Registration may change slightly print by print as shown above.
Therefore, print a few pages of the trimming pattern for step 3 and 4,
and average the leading edge and side-to-side registration values and
adjust each SP mode.
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IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
3.2.3 PRINTER GAMMA
NOTE: Normally, the printer gamma is enough to adjust the color balance to
achieve the optimum print output. The gamma correction is only required
for fine-tuning to meet the user requirements.
Adjustment Overview
Make the gradation scales on the printout smooth from the highlight to the shadow
density. Adjust the CMY gradation scale at the top of the chart by balancing the
density of the C, M, and Y gradation scales – the CMY gray scale should change
smoothly from minimum to maximum, and there should be no coloration.
For each color, you can adjust 15 points between 0 (lowest density) and 255
(highest density).
The gradation scales marked “Default Value” are printed according to the default
gamma settings. The gamma adjustment changes the densities at the adjustable
points in the gradation scale. The gradation scale marked “Current Value” shows
the current settings.
During the adjustment procedure, compare the “Current Value” gradation scale
with the “Default Value” Select the density for each of the 15 adjustable points,
excluding points 0 and 255, from the “Default Value” gradation scale.
The NVRAM holds three printer gamma settings, those saved this time (Current),
those saved in the preceding adjustment (Previous), and the factory settings
(Factory).
Adjustment Procedure
1. Enter SP mode.
2. Select “1. Service”
3. Select “ToneCtlSet” (SP1-101) and load the settings that will serve as the base
for the adjustment.
4. Select “ToneCtlSet” (SP1-102), and select the print mode that you are going to
adjust.
5. To review the image quality for these settings, choose “PrnColorSheet” (SP1103) to print out a color calibration test sheet.
6. Select “ToneCtlValue” (SP1-104).
7. Adjust the color density at each of the 15 points for a color (CMY and K).
8. When the density setting is complete for all colors, print out a color calibration
test sheet again and make sure that the gradation scale for each printed color
is smooth and that the CMY gradation scale is gray. Repeat the adjustment if
there is an anomaly.
9. If the adjustment results prove satisfactory, execute “ToneCtlSave" (SP1-105).
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DUPLEX INVERTER UNIT
3.3 DUPLEX INVERTER UNIT
3.3.1 TOP COVER
1. External tray [A]
[B]
2. Open the duplex left cover [B].
[C]
[A]
G130R501.WMFF
3.3.2 DUPLEX INVERTER MOTOR 1 AND CONTROL BOARD
1. Top cover (
3.3.1)
2. Exit tray [A]
[B]
3. Duplex unit [B] ( x 1,  x 1)
[A]
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3. Top cover [C] ( x 4)
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[A]
4. Inner cover [A] ( x 2)
5. Duplex control board bracket [B]
( x 2,  x 7)
[B]
G130R504.WMFF
6. Duplex inverter motor 1 [C]
( x 2, 1 timing belt)
[C]
G130R505.WMFF
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DUPLEX INVERTER UNIT
3.3.3 DUPLEX INVERTER MOTOR 2 AND SWITCH
1. Duplex control board bracket (
3.3.2)
[A]
2. Duplex inverter unit switch [A]
( x 1,  x 1)
3. Duplex inverter motor 2 [B]
( x 2, 1 timing belt)
G130R506.WMFF
3.3.4 EXIT SENSOR 3 AND DUPLEX INVERTER SENSOR
[C]
1. Open the duplex inverter unit [A]
2. Exit sensor 3 [B] ( x 1)
3. Duplex inverter sensor [C]
( x 1,  x 2)
[B]
[A]
G130R507.WMFF
[B]
3.3.5 EXIT SENSOR 1 AND 2
1. Top cover (
[A]
3.3.1)
2. Open the duplex unit.
3. Exit sensor 1 [A]
( x 1,  x 1, 1 bracket)
4. Exit sensor 2 [B] ( x 1)
G130R508.WMFF
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DUPLEX FEED UNIT
3.4 DUPLEX FEED UNIT
3.4.1 DUPLEX DRIVE BOARD
[B]
[C]
[A]
G130R510.WMFF
G130R509.WMFF
1. Open the front cover
2. Duplex feed unit [A] ( x 1)
3. Inner cover [B] ( x 1)
4. Duplex drive board [C] ( x 2,  x 3)
3.4.2 DUPLEX FEED MOTOR
1. Duplex feed unit (
[A]
3.4.1)
2. Inner cover [A] ( x 1)
3. Duplex feed motor [B]
( x 1,  x 1, 1 timing belt)
[B]
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DUPLEX FEED UNIT
3.4.3 DUPLEX FEED SENSOR
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R512.WMFF
1. Duplex feed unit (
3.4.1)
2. Duplex feed sensor [A] ( x 1)
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EXTERIOR COVERS
3.5 EXTERIOR COVERS
3.5.1 REAR COVER AND UPPER REAR COVER
[B]
1. Rear cover [A] ( x 4, 2 hooks)
2. Upper exit cover [B] (1 hook) if the
optional mailbox is not installed.
3. Open the upper right cover [C].
[D]
4. Upper rear cover [D] ( x 4)
[C]
[A]
3.5.2 PAPER EXIT TRAY
G130R902.WMFF
1. Paper exit tray [A] ( x 2)
[A]
G130R904.WMFF
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3.5.3 UPPER RIGHT COVER
[B]
1. Right cover [A] ( x 2)
NOTE: To remove the right cover,
open the upper right cover.
[A]
G130R905.WMFF
3.5.4 FRONT COVER
1. Front cover [A] (2 pins)
[A]
G130R917.WMF
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2. Upper right cover [B]
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3.5.5 LEFT SIDE
[F]
[G]
[E]
[C]
[A]
[D]
[B]
G130R517.WMFF
1. Duplex unit if the duplex inverter unit is installed. (
3.3.2)
2. Duplex unit base cover [A] ( x 2)
3. Duplex inverter guide [B] (Guide holder x 1)
4. Duplex unit base [C] ( x 6)
5. Connector cover [D] if the duplex inverter unit is not installed.
6. Left cover [E] ( x 6, 1 hook)
7. Rear cover ( 3.5.1)
8. Open the left door [F]
9. Rear left cover [G] ( x 4)
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3.5.6 UPPER LEFT COVER AND OPERATION PANEL
[D]
[B]
[A]
G130R909.WMFF
1. Open the front cover [A].
2. Open the upper right cover [B].
3. Upper rear cover (
3.5.1)
4. Operation panel [C] ( x 2,  x 1, 2 hooks)
5. Upper left cover [D] ( x 1, Shoulder-screw x 1, 2 hooks)
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LASER OPTICS
3.6 LASER OPTICS
WARNING
Turn off the main switch and unplug the machine before you do the
procedures in this section. Laser beams can cause serious eye injury.
3.6.1 CAUTION DECAL LOCATIONS
The caution decals locations are shown below.
CAUTION- CLASS 3B LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM
VORSICHT- LASERSTRAHLUNG KLASSE 3B
WENN ABDECKUNG GEOFFNET
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN
CAUTION
VORSICHT
>PS<
G130R542.WMFF
CAUTION- CLASS 3B LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM
VORSICHT- LASERSTRAHLUNG KLASSE 3B
WENN ABDECKUNG GEOFFNET
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN
CAUTION
VORSICHT
G130R543.WMFF
>PS<
G130R544.WMF
 WARNING
Make sure you turn off the main switch and disconnect the power plug
from the power outlet before you disassemble or adjust the laser unit. This
machine uses a class IIIb laser beam with a wavelength of 655 nm and an
output of 7 mW. The laser can cause serious eye injury.
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LASER OPTICS
3.6.2 LASER OPTICS HOUSING UNIT
CAUTION: Remove the sponge padding and the tag from the new unit before you
install the new laser optics-housing unit.
[A]
Steps 1 through 4 show the procedure
for a newly supplied unit that replaces
the current one.
1. Top cover of the laser optics
housing unit [A] ( x 4)
2. Sponge padding [B]
[B]
[C]
Replacement
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3. Tag [C]
4. Reinstall the top cover.
G130R545.WMFF
5. Rear cover, upper rear cover (
6. Right cover, upper right cover (
3.5.1)
3.5.3)
[D]
7. Paper exit tray [D] ( x 2)
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8. Securing screws for the toner supply
unit [A] ( x 4)
[A]
9. Securing screws for the laser optics
housing unit [B] ( x 2)
[B]
[A]
10. Hold the toner supply unit [C] up .
Then lower it . The pins [D] on the
front and rear shafts hold the unit.
G130R550.WMFF
[C]
1
[D]
2
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[B]
11. Connector cover [A] ( x 1)
[A]

G130R615.WMFF
13. Release the cable from the clamps [C]
( x 5).
[C]
[C]
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12. Three connectors [B] ( x 1)
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LASER OPTICS
When reassembling the laser optics-housing unit, follow the notes below.
[A]
OK
[C]
NG
OK
[D]
[B]
[E]
OK
NG
NG
[F]
G130R555.WMFF
Make sure that the clamp [A] is positioned between two binds [B], the harness [C]
is not bound by the clamp [D] and the clamp [E] is positioned between two binds
[F].
[E]
[F]
Rear view
G130R556.WMFF
When you connect the harnesses from laser optics housing unit to the BCU, make
sure that the binds [E] are positioned and the binds [F] are positioned as diagram
shows.
Enter the SP mode and set "Disable" with SP2-920-1 after you replace the laser
optics-housing unit.
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[A]
14. Duct [A]
15. Securing screws for the laser optics
housing unit [B] ( x 2)
16. Put a sheet of paper [C] between the
laser optics housing unit and the machine
rear frame.
NOTE: This does not let the cables be
caught by the brackets when you
lift the laser optics-housing unit.
[B]
17. Hold the unit with both hands and slowly
lift it up. Make sure that the cables from
the laser diode board are not caught by
the brackets when you do this.
NOTE: The cables can be caught by the
brackets and the laser diode
board may be damaged if you are
not careful.
G130R557.WMFF
18. Do adjustments ( go to the procedures on the following page) after you
reinstall the laser optics-housing unit.
Do the forced line position adjustment (SP5-993-2 or Menu > Maintenance > Color
Regist. > Auto Adjust) after you install the laser optics-housing unit.
There are three decals on the laser optics-housing unit
as shown at right side. However, these decals are not
used for this machine.
Jp:xxxxx P:46,41
600dpi
1200dpi
G130R560.WMFF
Jp:xxxxx KC:-2,-2
K
C
G130R558.WMFF
Jp:xxxxx MY:-2,-2
M
Y
G130R559.WMFF
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Adjustment
[C]
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LASER OPTICS
3.6.3 POLYGON MIRROR MOTOR
[C]
[A]
1. Laser optics housing unit
( 3.6.2)
2. Top cover [A] ( x 4)
3. Harness cable on the polygon-mirrormotor drive-board [B]
4. Twelve connectors on the four LD
boards [C]
[B]
G130R562.WMFF
5. Upper cover [D] ( x 11,  x 6)
NOTE: Two of the eleven
connectors are on the
reverse side of the upper
cover.
[D]
G130R563.WMFF
[E]
6. Air-current rectifier [E] ( x 3)
7. Polygon mirror motor [F]
( x 4,  x 1)
[F]
G130R564.WMFF
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3.6.4 POLYGON MIRROR MOTOR DRIVE BOARD
1. Laser optics housing unit
( 3.6.2)
2. Polygon mirror motor drive
board [A] ( x 2,  x 2)
G130R565.WMFF
3.6.5 LASER SYNCHRONIZING DETECTOR BOARDS
1. Laser optics housing unit (
3.6.2)
2. Synchronizing detector boards [A]
( x 1 for each,  x 1 for each)
[A]
G130R566.WMFF
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and
Adjustment
[A]
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PCU AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT
3.7 PCU AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT
NOTE: Do not touch the PCU drum. Do not let metal objects touch the
development sleeve.
[B1]
1. Turn the main switch off.
[B2]
2. Open the front cover [A].
3. Loosen the 2 screws [B1][B2] (on the
drum positioning plate).
NOTE: Fasten screw [B1] first. Then
fasten screw [B2] when you
reassemble.
[C]
4. Turn the release lever [C] counterclockwise.
5. Lift the drum positioning plate.
[A]
G130R567.WMFF
6. Pull the development unit [D] out.
7. Check that the development units are
installed in the correct color order:
(black → yellow → cyan → magenta
from left to right).
NOTE: Keep the units level and shake
them several times from side
to side before you install the
new development units.
[D]
G130R568.WMFF
8. Release the lever and pull a PCU [E]
out until you see the handle.
[E]
9. Grasp the handle [F]. Then pull the
PCU out of the machine.
10. Turn the main switch on. The machine
starts the initialization for the new unit.
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PAPER FEED
3.8 PAPER FEED
3.8.1 PICK-UP, FEED, AND SEPARATION ROLLERS
Tray 1 and Tray 2
1. Tray 1 and Tray 2
2. Pick-up roller [A] (1 hook)
3. Feed roller [B] ( x 1)
[B]
[A]
[C]
G130R570.WMFF
[A]
By-pass Tray
[C]
1. Open the right door.
2. By-pass tray cover [A] (1 hook,  x
1)
3. Raise the paper end sensor actuator
[B].
4. Pick-up roller [C] (1 hook)
[B]
G130R571.WMFF
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4. Separation roller [C] ( x 1)
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PAPER FEED
5. Feed roller [D] ( x 1)
[D]
6. Vertical transport cover [E] ( x 4)
NOTE: Remove the rear right
cover ( 3.8.4). This lets
you have easier access to
the four screws.
7. Separation roller [F] ( x 1)
[F]
G130R572.WMF
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PAPER FEED
3.8.2 PAPER WIDTH DETECTION BOARD
[D]
[A]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[B]
[C]
G130R573.WMFF
1. Open the by-pass tray.
2. Center the side fences [A].
3. By-pass tray cover [B] ( x 2, 2 hooks)
NOTE: There is a square opening [C] on each side. Push the hooks through
these openings to release them.
4. Paper width detection board [D] ( x 1)
NOTE: Open the bottom cover [E] to
remove the connector.
[E]
G130R574.WMFF
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PAPER FEED
3.8.3 VERTICAL TRANSPORT SENSOR
[B]
[A]
G130R575.WMFF
1. Open the right door.
2. Vertical transport cover [A] ( x 4)
NOTE: Remove the rear right cover (
access to the four screws.
3.8.4). This lets you have easier
3. Vertical transport sensor [B] ( x 1)
3.8.4 RIGHT DOOR UNIT
[A]
[B]
[C]
G130R576.WMF
G130R577.WMFF
1. Rear cover, upper rear cover and upper right cover (
3.5.1)
2. Rear right cover [A] ( x 4)
3. Open the right door [B].
4. Lift the vertical transport unit [C]. This removes it from its hinges ( x 3,  x
1).
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3.8.5 REGISTRATION SENSOR AND RELAY SENSORS
[B]
[C]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R578.WMFF
1. Right door unit (
G130R579.WMFF
3.8.4)
2. Registration guide [A] ( x 2)
3. Registration sensor [B] ( x 1,  x 1)
4. Relay sensor [C] ( x 1,  x 1)
3.8.6 PAPER FEED CLUTCHES
1. Paper trays
2. Rear cover (
[B]
3.5.1)
[A]
3. Swing out the high voltage supply unit
( 3.12.2).
4. Clutch holder [A] ( x 2, 1 bearing)
5. Paper feed clutch for tray 1 [B] ( x 1)
6. Clutch holder [C] ( x 2, 1 bearing)
7. Paper feed clutch for tray 2 [D] ( x 1)
[D]
[C]
G130R580.WMFF
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PAPER FEED
3.8.7 BY-PASS FEED CLUTCH
1. Right door unit (
3.8.4)
[B]
2. By-pass tray cover [A]
( x 1, 1 hook)
[F]
3. Loosen the screw on the right
door latch [B].
4. Turn the latch in the opposite
direction.
[A]
[D]
5. Upper guide plate [C]
( x 4,  x 1)
[C]
6. Support plate [D] ( x 2)
G130R581.WMFF
[E]
7. Relay gear [E] (1 hook)
8. By-pass feed clutch [F] ( x 1)
3.8.8 TRAY LIFT MOTOR
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. Swing out the high voltage supply unit
( 3.12.2).
3. Sub power supply unit (
3.12.7)
4. Tray lift motors (tray 1 [A], tray 2 [B])
( x 2,  x 1)
[A]
[B]
G130R583.WMFF
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Replacement
and
Adjustment
3.8.9 PAPER FEED MOTOR
[A]
G130R584.WMFF
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. Swing out the high voltage supply unit (
3.12.2).
3. Paper feed motor [A] ( x 3,  x 1)
NOTE: The connector is CN604 on the driver board.
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TRANSFER AND PAPER TRANSPORT UNIT
3.9
TRANSFER AND PAPER TRANSPORT UNIT
3.9.1 TRANSFER UNIT
NOTE: Grasp the central areas of the front and rear frame when you remove or
install the transfer unit.
NOTE: Do not touch the transfer belt [A]. Do not damage the entrance mylar [B].
Reset the maintenance counter, (SP7-804-17). Then do the output check, (SP5804-66) after you replace the transfer unit.
[A]
[C]
[B]
G130R585.WMFF
1. Duplex feed unit (
3.4.1)
2. Turn the release lever counterclockwise. (
3.7)
3. Pull out the transfer unit [C] until the whole unit shows ( x 2).
4. Grasp the transfer unit grips as shown above. Lift the unit to remove it.
NOTE: Grasp the front grip. Use caution not to damage the actuator on the rear.
Do the following after you replace the transfer unit:
• Set the adjustment value in SP5-995-020 to “FbOn, DncOn".
• Execute SP5-993-031 and SP5-993-033. This SP mode measures the belt
speed (middle and low) and stores the data.
• Execute SP5-995-027. This SP mode checks the belt regularity and stores the
data.
• Execute SP5-995-025. This SP clears the speed control error counter.
• Turn the main power off and on after executing above SPs.
• Forced line position adjustment (SP5-993-002 or Menu > Maintenance > Color
Regist. > Auto Adjust).
• Print the 1-dot grid (F) on A3/11" x 17" paper. Then check the color shift level (
4.5.3).
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3.9.2 TRANSFER BELT CLEANING UNIT
Replacement
and
Adjustment
NOTE: Reset the maintenance counter, (SP7-804-18) after you replace the
transfer belt-cleaning unit.
2
[A]
1
[B]
G130R586.WMFF
Pull out the transfer belt-cleaning unit [A] ( x 1) at the same time you push the
lever.
NOTE: 1) The blade [B] can damage the belt if you do not continue to push the
lever.
2) Make sure that the transfer unit release lever is put back to the original
position ( 3.7) when you reassemble.
Do a forced line position adjustment (SP5-993-002 or Menu > Maintenance > Color
Regist. > Auto Adjust) after you replace the transfer belt-cleaning unit.
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3.9.3 CLEANING BLADE AND CLEANING ROLLER
[A]
[B]
G130R587.WMFF
1. Transfer belt cleaning unit (
3.9.2)
2. Cleaning blade [A] ( x 2)
3. Tension spring [B]
[D]
[F]
[E]
[C]
G130R588.WMFF
4. Lever [C]
5. Ground plate [D] ( x 1)
6. 3 gears [E] ( x 1)
7. Gear box [F] ( x 1)
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[A]
[B]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[C]
G130R589.WMFF
8. Roller cover [A] ( x 1)
9. Cleaning brush gear [B] ( x 1)
10. Cleaning brush [C] (Bushing x 1)
Do the forced line position adjustment (SP5-993-002 or Menu > Maintenance >
Color Regist. > Auto Adjust) after you replace the cleaning blade.
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TRANSFER AND PAPER TRANSPORT UNIT
3.9.4 TRANSFER BELT
NOTE: Do not touch the transfer belt. Hold the belt at its end position when you
replace the belt.
[A]
[B]
G130R590.WMFF
1. Transfer belt cleaning unit (
2. Transfer unit (
3.9.2)
3.9.1)
3. Transfer entrance guide [A] ( x 3)
4. Right bracket [B] ( x 2)
[C]
[D]
[E]
G130R591.WMFF
5. Left bracket [C] ( x 2)
6. Tension roller [D] ( x 2, Spacer [E] x 1)
NOTE: Attach the spacer [E] to the original position when you reassemble.
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[C]
G130R593.WMFF
[B]
G130R592.WMFF
7. Lay the transfer unit on its side.
8. Grasp the upper end of the transfer belt. Then pull the transfer belt [A] up and
out.
9. Clean the transfer belt mark sensor [C] with Blower brush.
NOTE: Clean the drive rollers with a damp cloth if they are dirty.
When you reinstall the transfer belt
The transfer belt must be installed with the mark “[B]” at the front side of the
machine.
Do the same procedures mentioned in 3.9.1 after you replace the transfer belt.
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[A]
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TRANSFER AND PAPER TRANSPORT UNIT
3.9.5 TRANSFER UNIT DRIVE MOTOR
[B]
[A]
G130R594.WMFF
1. Transfer belt cleaning unit (
2. Pull out the transfer unit (
3.9.2)
3.9.1).
3. Release lever [A] ( x 1)
4. Front cover [B] ( x 3)
[C]
[D]
G130R595.WMFF
5. Front plate [C] ( x 5,  x 1, Timing belt x 1, spring x 1)
6. Transfer unit drive motor [D] ( x 2)
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ID SENSORS
3.10 ID SENSORS
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R596.WMFF
1. Transfer unit (
3.9.1)
2. Fusing unit (
3.11.1)
3. Black PCU (
3.7)
4. ID sensor bracket [A] ( x 2,  x 1)
Make sure that the ID sensor bracket fits on the drum-positioning plate correctly
when you reassemble.
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FUSING
3.11 FUSING
CAUTION
Be careful when you handle the fusing unit. It is very hot.
3.11.1 FUSING UNIT
[A]
G130R597.WMFF
1. Turn the main switch off.
2. Detach the finisher from the machine if it is installed.
3. Open the duplex inverter unit if it is installed.
4. Open the left door. Then pull it out.
5. Fusing unit [A]
6. Turn the main switch on. The machine starts initialization for the new unit.
If the customer uses thick paper, make some test prints on a sample of the paper
used by the customer after you replace the fusing unit. Adjust the line speed for
thick paper with the following SP if there are any color registration problems:
• SP1-004-007 (Development Motor Speed–[K] L Thick)
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FUSING
3.11.2 UPPER COVER
[C]
[B]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R598.WMFF
1. Detach the finisher from the printer if it is installed.
2. Open the duplex inverter unit if it is installed.
3. Fusing unit (
3.11.1)
4. Knob [A] ( x 1)
5. Upper cover [B] ( x 4)
NOTE: One of the screws [C] is longer than the other screws. Make sure that
the screw [C] is positioned as shown above when you reassemble this
unit.
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FUSING
3.11.3 THERMOSTAT AND HEATING ROLLER THERMISTOR
[A]
[B]
G130R599.WMFF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Thermostats [A] ( x 3)
3. Heating roller thermistor [B] ( x 1,  x 1, bracket x 1)
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FUSING
Replacement
and
Adjustment
3.11.4 PRESSURE ROLLER THERMISTOR AND FUSE
[A]
G130R601.WMFF
[B]
[E]
[D]
[C]
G130R600.WMFF
1. Lower right cover [A] ( x 2)
2. Pressure roller thermistor bracket [B] ( x 1,  x 1)
3. Pressure roller thermistor [C] ( x 1)
4. Fuse assembly [D] ( x 1)
5. Fuses [E] ( x 2 each)
Reassembling
Make sure that the white parts of both fuses [E] face the front direction of the
machine.
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FUSING
3.11.5 HEATING ROLLER LAMP AND PRESSURE ROLLER LAMP
[A]
[C]
[D]
[B]
G130R602.WMFF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Heating roller lamp [A] ( x 2, terminal bracket x 2)
NOTE: Make sure the front [C] and rear [D] ends of the lamp are on the correct
terminals when you reinstall.
3. Pressure roller lamp [B] ( x 2)
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FUSING
3.11.6 FUSING BELT UNIT
[C]
[B]
G130R603.WMF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Heating roller lamp (
3.11.5)
3. Pressure brackets [A] [B] (spring x 1 each)
NOTE: Use caution when you remove or attach the springs. The springs have
strong tension and require more force than usual to remove them.
4. Fusing upper unit [C] ( x 5,  x 1)
[E]
[D]
G130R604.WMFF
5. Tension roller [D] (spring x 2, roller holder x 2)
6. Fusing belt unit [E]
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and
Adjustment
[A]
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FUSING
3.11.7 HOT ROLLER AND HEATING ROLLER
[A]
[B]
[C]
G130R605.WMFF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Heating roller lamp (
3. Fusing belt unit (
3.11.5)
3.11.6)
4. Hot roller gear [A] ( x 1)
5. Hot roller [B]
6. Heating roller [C]
Reassembling
Do the following procedures when you reassemble this unit:
• Apply grease to the roller shaft bearing of the pressure roller frame.
• Make sure that the edges of the bushings are positioned inside the shaft
bearings.
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FUSING
3.11.8 UPPER PAPER GUIDE PLATE AND STRIPPER PAWLS
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[B]
[A]
G130R606.WMFF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Upper paper guide plate [A] ( x 2)
3. Stripper pawls [B] (spring x 1 each)
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FUSING
3.11.9 LOWER PAPER GUIDE PLATE AND STRIPPER PAWLS
[B]
[A]
G130R607.WMFF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Pressure roller lamp (
3.11.5)
3. Lower paper guide unit [A] ( x 4)
NOTE: The screw [B] is different from the others. Make sure that the screw [B]
is positioned as shown above.
[E]
[C]
[D]
G130R608.WMFF
4. Lower paper guide plate [C] ( x 3)
5. Stripper pawls [D] (spring x 1 each)
NOTE: The screw [E] is different from the others. Make sure that the screw is
positioned as shown above.
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FUSING
3.11.10 CLEANING ROLLER AND OIL SUPPLY ROLLER
[B]
[A]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[C]
[D]
[B]
[A]
G130R609.WMF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Pressure roller lamp (
3.11.5)
3. Lower paper guide unit (
3.11.9)
4. Remove the springs [A].
5. Slide off the roller holder [B].
6. Cleaning roller [C] and oil supply roller [D]
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FUSING
3.11.11 PRESSURE ROLLER
[B]
[A]
[C]
G130R610.WMFF
1. Upper cover (
3.11.2)
2. Heating roller lamp and pressure roller lamp (
3. Fusing upper unit (
3.11.5)
3.11.6)
4. Lower paper guide unit (
3.11.9)
5. Pressure roller gear [A] and bushings [B] (C-ring x 2)
6. Pressure roller [C]
Reassembling
Apply grease to both ends of the pressure roller shaft when you reassemble this
unit.
3.11.12 DRIVE GEAR
1. Fusing unit (
3.11.1)
2. Gear hold bracket [A] ( x 1)
3. Drive gear [B] ( x 1)
[B]
[A]
G130R611.WMFF
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FUSING
3.11.13 FUSING UNIT FAN
CAUTION
Make sure that the fan faces to the correct direction when you reinstall it.
The arrow on the fan [D] and the arrow on the duct [D] must face to the
same direction.
1. Rear cover and upper rear cover
( 3.5.1)
2. Left cover, rear left cover (
3.5.5)
Replacement
and
Adjustment
3. Connector cover (on the top of the
controller box) ( 3.12.1)
4. Fusing fan duct [A] ( x 2,  x 1)
[A]
G130R612.WMFF
5. Release the hooks. Then remove
the upper cover [B].
[B]
6. Fusing fan [C]
[D]
[C]
G130R613.WMFF
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FUSING
[C]
3.11.14 PAPER EXIT
1. Upper rear cover (
2. Upper left cover (
3.5.1)
3.5.6)
3. Exit upper limit sensor cover [A]
( x 2)
4. Exit upper limit sensor [B]
[B]
5. Paper exit sensor [C]
[A]
G130R614.WMFF
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ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
3.12 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
3.12.1 MOVING THE CONTROLLER BOX OUT OF THE WAY
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
[B]
2. Connector cover [A] ( x 1)
3. Three cables [B]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R615.WMFF
4. Swing out the controller box [C]
( x 4).
[C]
G130R616.WMFF
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ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
3.12.2 MOVING THE HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY UNIT - C, B OUT
OF THE WAY
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. Swing out the high voltage supply unit
[A] ( x 2).
[A]
G130R617.WMFF
3.12.3 CONTROLLER AND BCU
NOTE: 1) Print out the SMC reports (“SP Mode Data” and “Logging Data”) before
you replace the BCU or controller.
2) Remove the NVRAM on the old board. Then install it on the new board
after you replace the BCU or controller.
[B]
[C]
[A]
G130R618.WMFF
1. Controller [A] ( x 4)
2. Option bracket [B] ( x 4)
3. Rear cover [C] ( x 4)
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4. Connector cover (
3.12.1)
[A]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
5. Cover bracket [A] ( x 5)
G130R619.WMFF
6. BCU [B] (All 's,  x 8)
[B]
G130R620.WMFF
[C]
CAUTION: 1) Keep NVRAMs away from any objects that can cause static
electricity. Static electricity can damage NVRAM data.
2) Make sure the NVRAM is correctly installed on the board. Attach the
NVRAM with the "half-disk” [C] heading down to the NVRAM slot.
3) Make sure that the DIP-switch settings on the old board are the
same for the new board ( 5.8) when you replace the BCU.
NOTE: 1) Make sure you print out the SMC reports (“SP Mode Data” and “Logging
Data”) before you replace the NVRAM.
2) Remove the NVRAM on the old board. Then install it on the new board
after you replace the BCU or controller. Replace the NVRAM ( 3.12.5)
if the NVRAM on the old board is defective.
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3.12.4 HDD
1. Controller (
3.12.3)
2. HDD unit [A] ( x 2, Shoulderscrew x 3)
[A]
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3.12.5 NVRAM REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
NVRAM on the BCU
1. Make sure that you have the SMC report (factory settings). This report comes
with the machine.
2. Output the SMC data (
SP5-990-001) if possible.
3. Turn the main switch off.
4. Install an SD card into SD card slot 3. Then turn the main power on.
5. Copy the NVRAM data to an SD card (
SP5-824-001) if possible.
Replacement
and
Adjustment
6. Turn off the main switch. Then unplug the power cord.
7. Replace the NVRAM on the BCU and reassemble the machine.
8. Plug in the power cord. Then turn the main switch on.
9. Select a paper-size type (
SP5-131-001).
10. Specify the device number of the machine.
NOTE: 1) Contact your supervisor for details on how to enter the device
number.
2) SC195 or SC995 can be shown until the device number is correctly
programmed.
11. Turn the main switch off and on.
12. Copy the data from the SD card to the NVRAM (
successfully copied them to the SD card.
SP5-825-001) if you have
13. Turn the main switch off. Then remove the SD card from SD card slot 3.
14. Turn the main switch on.
15. Reset the settings for meter charge (
SP5-930-001 and -003 to -005).
16. Specify the SP and UP mode settings.
17. Do the process control self-check.
.
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NVRAM on the Controller
1. Make sure that you have the SMC report (factory settings). This report comes
with the machine.
2. Output the SMC data (
SP5-990-001) if possible.
3. Turn the main switch off. Then put a blank formatted SD card into SD card slot
3.
4. Turn the main switch on.
5. Copy the NVRAM data ( SP5-824-001) to an SD card if possible.
NOTE: You cannot do this procedure if the SD card is write-protected.
6. Enter SP mode. Then print out the SMC reports (
SP5-990-001) if possible.
7. Turn off the main switch. Then unplug the power cord.
8. Replace the NVRAM on the controller. Then reassemble the machine.
9. Plug in the power cord. Then turn the main switch on.
10. Copy the data from the SD card to the NVRAM ( SP5-825-001) if you have
successfully copied them to the SD card.
NOTE: 1) The counter data in the user code information clears even if step 11
is done correctly.
2) An error message shows if the download is incomplete. However,
you can still use the part of the address book data that has already
been downloaded in step 11.
3) An error message shows when the download data does not exist in
the SD card, or, if it is already deleted.
11. Go out of SP mode. Then turn the main switch off. Then remove the SD card
from SD card slot 3.
12. Turn the main switch on.
13. Reset the settings for meter charge ( SP5-045, SP5-104 and SP5-812-001
and -002) if the meter charge (SP5-930-001) has been enabled.
14. Specify the SP and UP mode settings.
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3.12.6 REMOVING THE HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY BOARD - C, B
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R623.WMFF
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. High voltage supply board [A] (All 's,  x 6)
3.12.7 SUB POWER SUPPLY UNIT
G130R624.WMFF
[A]
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. Swing out the high voltage supply unit (
3.12.2)
3. Sub power supply unit [A] (All 's,  x 4)
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3.12.8 PSU
[A]
G130R625.WMFF
1. Left cover (
3.5.5)
2. PSU [A] (All 's,  x 5)
NOTE: Make sure that the interlock switches on the PSU operate correctly
after you reinstall the PSU (open/close the left and front doors).
3.12.9 CIRCUIT BREAKER AND PSU FAN
1. PSU (
3.12.8)
2. Circuit breaker bracket [A]
( x 2,  x 2)
[A]
[B]
3. Circuit breaker [B] ( x 4)
4. PSU fan bracket [C]
( x 1,  x 2)
5. PSU fan [D] ( x 2)
Reassembling
Check that the arrows on the fan
and the bracket point in the
same direction.
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[C]
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3.12.10 CHOKE COIL
1. Left cover, rear left cover
( 3.5.5)
2. Tray 2
3. Choke coil bracket [A] ( x 2)
Replacement
and
Adjustment
4. Choke coil [B] ( x 2,  x 1)
NOTE: The connector is on the
PSU.
[A]
[B]
G130R929.WMFF
3.12.11 DRIVER BOARD
[A]
G130R626.WMFF
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. Swing out the controller box (
3.12.1).
3. Driver board [A] (All 's,  x 4)
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3.13 DRIVE UNIT
3.13.1 REGISTRATION CLUTCH
[A]
G130R627.WMFF
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. Swing out the controller box (
3.12.1).
3. Registration clutch [A] ( x 1,  x 1)
3.13.2 DEVELOPMENT CLUTCHES
1. Drum gears (
[C]
3.13.3).
2. Development clutch assembly [A]
( x 1,  x 1)
3. Clutch holder [B]
4. Clutch shaft [C] (1 bushing,  x 1,
1 hook)
[B]
[A]
G130R628.WMFF
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3.13.3 DEVELOPMENT MOTOR - CMY
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R629.WMFF
1. Rear cover (
3.5.1)
2. Swing out the controller box (
3.12.1).
3. Drum gear cover [A] ( x 4,  x 5)
[B]
[C]
[E]
[D]
G130R630.WMFF
4. Turn the drum gears [B] counterclockwise. Make sure the shoulder screws
[C][D] are in the three, seven, or eleven o'clock positions.
NOTE: You can align the three corners of each drum-gear shaft to the three
openings on the development-clutch securing plate [E].
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[C]
[A]
[B]
G130R631.WMFF
5. 4 drum gears [A] ( x 2 for each)
NOTE: 1) Do not move the drum-gear shafts after you remove the drum gears.
2) The print quality can be affected if the teeth on the drum gears are
damaged. Check to make sure that they are not damaged.
6. Timing belt gear [B] (Timing belt x 1, Bushing x 1)
7. Idle gear [C]
[D]
[E]
[F]
[H]
[G]
G130R632.WMF
8. 4 gear drive holders [D]∼[G] ( x 1 for each)
9. Development clutch securing plate [H] ( x 8,  x 4)
NOTE: Two of the six connectors are on the rear side.
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[A]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[B]
G130R633.WMFF
10. Development drive motor - CMY [A] ( x 5,  x 1, Spring x 1)
NOTE: Remove the three bushings [B] and install the development drive motor
first when you reassemble. Then install the bushings.
3.13.4 DRUM DRIVE MOTOR - CMY AND DRUM DRIVE MOTOR - K
1. Swing out the controller box (
3.12.1)
2. Drum drive motor - CMY [A]
( x 6,  x 1)
3. Drum drive motor - K [B]
( x 6,  x 1)
[B]
[A]
G130R646.WMFF
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3.13.5 DEVELOPMENT DRIVE MOTOR - K
1. Fusing fan duct (
3.11.13)
2. Development clutch securing plate
( 3.13.3)
3. Solenoid cover [A] ( x 2)
[A]
G130R635.WMFF
3
[C]
2
G130R636.WMF
1
[D]
[B]
4. Development drive motor – K [B] (with the fusing clutch [C]) ( x 4,  x 2)
NOTE: Remove the bushing [D] and install the development drive motor–K
(with the fusing clutch) first when you reassemble. Then install the
bushing.
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3.14 TONER SUPPLY UNIT
NOTE: 1) Do not touch the PCU drum. Do not let metal objects touch the
development sleeve.
2) Cover the PCUs with paper or cloth after you remove them. Keep them
in a dark place.
Replacement
and
Adjustment
M Toner Supply Unit
[A]
G130R637.WMFF
[B]
1. Laser optics housing unit (
3.6.2)
2. All development units and PCUs (
3. Transfer unit (
3.7)
3.9.1)
4. Development clutch securing plate (
3.13.3)
5. Right inner cover with the drum positioning plate [A] ( x 3)
6. M development unit plate [B] ( x 1)
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[A]
[B]
G130R638.WMFF
7. Development unit left guide [A] ( x 1)
8. Open the right door.
9. Registration upper stay [B] ( x 4)
[E]
[C]
[D]
G130R639.WMFF
CAUTION: 1) Toner spills out when you remove the toner path cover and toner
supply pipe. Put some paper or cloth under the toner supply unit and
waste toner collection path before you remove them.
2) Use a paper clip or tape to close the pipe after you remove it.
10. Toner path cover [C] ( x 2)
11. Toner supply pipe [D]
12. Toner supply unit [E] ( x 2,  x 1)
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Reinstalling the M Toner Supply Unit
[B]
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[A]
G130R640.WMFF
1. Wind the harness [A] on the shaft.
2. Insert the toner collection pipe [B].
NOTE: Make sure that the pipe does not come off the unit.
[C]
G130R641.WMFF
3. Remove the toner supply unit bushing [C].
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[A]
[B]
G130R642.WMFF
4. Install the unit [A] and secure it with the screws.
5. Unwind the harness and connect it.
6. Install the bushing.
7. Connect the toner supply pipe and the waste toner collection pipe [B].
8. Check that the pipes [C] do not come
off the unit.
9. Attach the toner path cover and
secure it with screws.
10. Reassemble the machine.
[C]
G130R643.WMFF
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C and Y Toner Supply Units
Replacement
and
Adjustment
[B]
[A]
G130R644.WMFF
1. Development drive motor - CMY (
2. Development unit plates (
3.13.3)
M Toner Supply Unit)
NOTE: Remove the C and M development unit plates to replace the C toner
supply unit. Remove the Y and C development plates to replace the Y
toner supply unit.
3. Development unit left guide (
M Toner Supply Unit)
4. PCU 3C guide rail [A] ( x 2)
NOTE: 1) To replace the C toner supply unit, remove the M PCU guide. To
replace the Y toner supply unit, remove the C PCU guide.
2) Pull the front plate [B] slightly to the front side.
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[C]
[B]
[A]
G130R645.WMFF
5. Toner path cover [A] ( x 2)
6. Branch toner path covers [B][C] ( x 1)
NOTE: To replace the C toner supply unit, remove the cover on the right-hand
side [B]. To replace the Y toner supply unit, remove the cover on the
left-hand side [C].
7. Toner supply pipe and toner supply unit (
M Toner Supply Unit)
K Toner Supply Unit
1. K and Y development unit plates (
2. Development unit left guide (
M Toner Supply Unit)
M Toner Supply Unit)
3. PCU 3C guide rail ( C and Y Toner Supply Units)
NOTE: Remove the Y PCU guide.
4. Toner supply unit (
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PROCESS CONTROL ERROR CONDITIONS
4. TROUBLESHOOTING
4.1 PROCESS CONTROL ERROR CONDITIONS
4.1.1 DEVELOPER INITIALIZATION RESULT
SP-3-005-006 (Developer Initialization Result)
Result
Not
performed
Description
Developer
initialization is not
performed.
Possible Causes
When initializing only
the black developer, the
initialization result
becomes “1000”.
0
1
Successfully Developer
completed
initialization is
successfully
completed.
Forced
Developer
A cover was opened or
termination initialization was
the main switch was
forcibly terminated. turned off during the
initialization.
2
Vt error
3
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Action
When done in SP mode, do
the developer initialization
again. Reinstall the engine
main firmware if the result is
the same.
Do the following when done at
unit replacement:
• Check if a new unit is
installed
• Check if the unit detection
system works correctly
• Check if SP2-223-001 (auto
initialization at unit
replacement) is enabled.
-
When done in SP mode, do
the developer initialization
again. Reinstall the engine
main firmware if the result is
the same.
Turn the main switch off and
on when done at unit
replacement.
Vt is less than 0.5V 1. Check if the drum stay is correctly set and secured.
and “Reset
2. Check if the development unit is correctly set.
development unit” 3. Check the following if the problem stays:
is displayed.
• Poor connection of connectors
• TD sensor defective
• Harness damage
• BCU board failure
• Firmware problem (engine main or MUSIC)
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No.
Result
Description
Toner supply During toner fill-up
error
mode, Vt does not
reach the target
value.
8
Failure
9
NOTE:
Possible Causes
Action
1. Check if the toner cartridge correctly set.
2. Check if the amount of toner left in the toner cartridge
is sufficient.
3. Check if toner is coagulated. (Shake the toner
cartridge well if it is.)
4. Check if the connectors of the following parts are
correctly set, and/or replace the parts.
Toner attraction pump / Air Pump / Valves
5. Check if the toner supply tube is bent, caught, or
damaged.
Vt cannot be
1. Shielding tape is not 1. Remove the shielding tape
adjusted within 3.0
removed.
to supply developer to the
unit.
± 0.1V.
2. Development unit is
not firmly installed,
2. Reinstall the development
SC370 - 373 will
causing poor
unit.
be displayed.
connection of the TD 3. Replace the development
Turning the main
sensor connector.
switch off and on
unit.
clears this SC
3. TD sensor defective.
code.
When the machine detects new development units, it automatically starts
developer initialization. If an error other than Error 8 occurs, developer
initialization is automatically resumed by opening and closing the front door
or turning the main switch off and on.
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4.1.2 PROCESS CONTROL SELF-CHECK RESULT
SP3-975-001 (Process Control Self-check Result)
0
1
Result
Not
performed
Successfully
completed
ID sensor
adjustment
error
Description
Process control selfcheck is not done.
Process control selfcheck successfully
completed.
Vsg cannot be
adjusted within 4.0 ±
0.5V.
2
Vmin error
3
4
5
Sampling
data error
Gamma
error
Vk error
6
Vt error
7
8
9
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Sampling
data error
during LD
power
correction
Forced
termination
Possible Causes
-
Action
Do the process control
self-check again.
-
1. Clean the ID sensor.
1. Dirty ID sensor (toner,
dust, or foreign material) 2. Check the belt
2. Dirty transfer belt
cleaning. Clean or
replace the transfer
3. Scratched or damaged
belt.
transfer belt
3.
Replace the transfer
4. Defective ID sensor
belt.
4. Replace the ID sensor.
Vmin is not within
the specified range.
Vmin is calculated during the self-check. Even when
the calculated Vmin value is out of the specified range,
an optimum value is automatically used instead.
Therefore, this error code does not usually occur.
If no problem is observed with image density and/or
development gamma, nothing needs to be done.
If an image problem such as low image density is
observed, check the following points:
Transfer belt / Belt guide plate / ID sensor
1. Check the image
Not enough data can 1. ID sensor pattern
density is too high or
development process
be sampled.
and correct toner
low.
Gamma is out of
density if necessary.
2. Residual image on
range.
transfer belt
2. Check the transfer
0.3 > Gamma, or
belt-cleaning unit.
3. Toner dropped from
6.0 < Gamma
development unit
3. Clean the development
Vk is out of range.
unit and correct toner
4. Scratched or damaged
-150 > Vk or 150 <
density.
transfer belt
Vk
4. Replace the transfer
belt.
Vt is out of range.
1. Development unit not
1. Check.
correctly installed.
0.5 > Vt or 4.8 < Vt
2. Check and/or correct
2. Toner density is too low
toner density.
or high.
3. Replace development
3. TD sensor defective.
unit.
Not enough data can See the possible causes and action for error codes 4,
be sampled during
5, and 6.
the LD power
correction (if “LD
Power” is set in SP3125-002).
Process control self- A cover was opened or the Do the process control
check was forcibly
main switch was turned off self-check again.
terminated.
during the self-check.
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4.1.3 LINE POSITION ADJUSTMENT RESULT
SP5-993-007 (Line Position Adjustment Result)
This SP shows the six digits number as a line position adjustment result on the
LCD. It shows which parts of the transfer belt has an error (front, center or rear).
• The first and second digits from left-hand indicate the result detected by the front
ID sensor.
• The third and fourth digits indicate the result detected by the canter ID sensor.
• The fifth and sixth digits indicate the result detected by the rear ID sensor.
No.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
17
18
19
26
27
28
Result
Successfully
completed
Out of adjustment
range
(over ±2 mm)
Calculation Error
Sampling Error
Descending slope
error
Ascending slope
error
Pattern lines
mismatch
(less than 64 lines)
Sampling time-out
Sampling start
error
Pattern length
mismatch
Pattern lines
mismatch
(over 64 lines)
Magnification
mismatch
Description
Data sampling was correctly done and line position
adjustment was successfully completed.
The calculated result for line position correction is
greater than ±2.0 mm.
Note
Distance between the lines is greater than ±1.4 mm.
Data sampling cannot be done correctly.
The ascending or descending slope of the ID sensor
signal wave is out of specification.
(See Note 1)
(See Note 1)
The detected number of pattern lines is less than 64
lines.
(See Note 1)
Data sampling cannot be done within the allocated
time.
The start mark cannot be detected within the
allocated time.
The pattern length is shorter or longer than specified.
(See Note 1)
The detected number of pattern lines is over 64
lines.
The calculated magnification value does not match
any data in the laser power frequency adjustment
data table.
Toner condition
The machine is in the toner near-end or toner end
condition.
Not executed
The machine is not ready to do the line position
adjustment manually from the user menu.
Potential control
Line position adjustment cannot be done due to
error
failed potential control.
Cyan line error
The necessary mirror angle correction is outside the
adjustment range (cyan only).
Yellow
The detected magnification value is out of the
magnification error adjustment range (yellow only).
Yellow sub scan
The detected sub scan registration is out of the
registration error
adjustment range (yellow only).
Yellow main scan The detected main scan registration is out of the
registration error
adjustment range (yellow only).
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36
37
38
39
46
47
48
49
56
57
58
59
66
67
68
69
76
77
78
79
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Result
Yellow skew
correction error
Cyan magnification
error
Cyan sub scan
registration error
Cyan main scan
registration error
Cyan skew
correction error
Yellow & cyan
magnification error
Yellow & cyan sub
scan registration
error
Yellow & cyan
main scan
registration error
Yellow & cyan
skew correction
error
Magenta
magnification error
Magenta sub scan
registration error
Magenta main
scan registration
error
Magenta skew
correction error
Yellow & magenta
magnification error
Yellow & magenta
sub scan
registration error
Yellow & magenta
main scan
registration error
Yellow & magenta
skew correction
error
Cyan & magenta
magnification error
Cyan & magenta
sub scan
registration error
Cyan & magenta
main scan
registration error
Cyan & magenta
skew correction
error
Description
The detected skew correction value is out of the
adjustment range (yellow only).
The detected magnification value is out of the
adjustment range (cyan only).
The detected sub scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (cyan only).
The detected main scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (cyan only).
The detected skew correction value is out of the
adjustment range (cyan only).
The detected magnification value is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan).
The detected sub scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan).
Note
The detected main scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan).
The detected skew correction value is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan).
The detected magnification value is out of the
adjustment range (magenta only).
The detected sub scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (magenta only).
The detected main scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (magenta only).
Troubleshooting
No.
The detected skew correction value is out of the
adjustment range (magenta only).
The detected magnification value is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + magenta).
The detected sub scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + magenta).
The detected main scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + magenta).
The detected skew correction value is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + magenta).
The detected magnification value is out of the
adjustment range (cyan + magenta).
The detected sub scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (cyan + magenta).
The detected main scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (cyan + magenta).
The detected skew correction value is out of the
adjustment range (cyan + magenta).
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G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
PROCESS CONTROL ERROR CONDITIONS
No.
86
87
88
89
Result
Yellow & cyan &
magenta
magnification error
Yellow & cyan &
magenta sub scan
registration error
Yellow & cyan &
magenta main
scan registration
error
Yellow & cyan &
magenta skew
correction error
Description
The detected magnification value is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan + magenta).
Note
The detected sub scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan + magenta).
The detected main scan registration is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan + magenta).
The detected skew correction value is out of the
adjustment range (yellow + cyan + magenta).
Note 1: Error codes (05, 06, 07 or 10) stop sampling data at following times: The
front, center, or, rear ID sensor detect an error. The machine can show the
error codes for all ID sensors in some cases.
Possible causes of errors in the line position adjustment
Possible
Action
Error Code
The pattern does not reach the proper density.
1. Dirty ID sensor (toner, dust, or
04, 05, 06, 07, 1. Clean the ID sensors.
foreign material)
08, 09, 10
2. Incorrect toner density
2. Correct the toner density.
Low: ID sensor cannot detect the
pattern lines.
High: Lines may be partially blank
due to incorrect toner density and/or
paper transfer current.
3. Incorrect transfer current
3. Correct the transfer current.
The ID sensors are affected by electrical noise or dirt/damage on the transfer belt.
1. Scratched or damaged OPC drum 02, 03, 04, 05, 1. Replace PCU
2. Scratched or damaged transfer belt 06, 10, 11, 12 2. Replace transfer belt
3. Dirty transfer belt
3. Clean or replace transfer belt
4. High voltage leak in transfer unit
4. Fix the high voltage leak
5. Residual image on transfer belt
5. Check transfer belt cleaning and
clean the belt
6. Toner dropped from development
6. Clean the development unit and
unit
adjust the toner density
7. Carrier dropped from development
7. Clean the development unit and
unit
adjust the toner density
The transfer belt is covered with toner.
Development does not work correctly. All error codes Check all units and high voltage
cable connectors.
None of the patterns is developed.
Development does not work correctly. 09, 04
Check all units and high voltage
cable connectors.
Some of the patterns are not developed;
Development does not work correctly. 07, 08
Check all units and high voltage
cable connectors.
Possible Cause
1
2
3
4
5
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PROCESS CONTROL ERROR CONDITIONS
Possible
Action
Error Code
The machine is not in the condition to execute the line position adjustment;
The machine is in the toner near end 13
Replenish toner.
or end condition.
The machine is not ready to do the
17
Wait until machine goes to the ready
line position adjustment manually from
condition from the energy saver or
the user menu.
auto off mode.
Line position adjustment cannot be
18
Fix the problem causing the potential
done due to failed potential control.
control error.
The MUSIC CPU is abnormal (1)
No error code shows. However, the
1. Fix the bias leak and/or replace
machine continues to show
PCU
“execution” on the screen.
In addition, the green LED on the
BICU stays on or off under the
following condition.
1. The MUSIC CPU resets due to
electrical noise generated by a high
voltage leak on a damaged OPC
drum.
The MUSIC CPU is abnormal (2)
No error code shows. However, the
1. Check the connection between
machine continues to show
the detection board and memory
“execution” on the screen.
chip.
The green LED on the BICU keeps
2. Replace the toner cartridge.
blinking faintly (this is normal) even
under the following conditions:
1. Poor connection between the toner
cartridge detection board and the
memory chip on the toner cartridge
2. The memory chip on the toner
cartridge fails.
6
7
8
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G130/G131
Troubleshooting
Possible Cause
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
4.2 SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
4.2.1 SUMMARY
Section 4.3 shows the SC codes for controller errors and other errors. The latter
(not controller errors) are put into four types. The type is determined by their reset
procedures. The table shows the classification of the SC codes.
Key
Controller
errors
CTL
A
B
Other
errors
C
D
Definition
The error has occurred in the
controller.
The error involves the fusing unit.
The machine operation is disabled.
The user cannot reset the error.
The error involves one or some
specific units. The machine
operates as usual, excluding the
related units.
The error is logged. The SC-code
history is updated. The machine
operates as usual.
The machine operation is disabled.
You can reset the machine by
turning the operation switch or main
switch off and on. If the error occurs
again, the same SC code is
displayed.
Reset Procedure
See “Troubleshooting Procedure” in
the table.
Turn the main switch off and on.
Reset the SC (set SP5-810-1). Turn
the main switch off and on.
Turn the operation switch off and
on.
The SC will not show. Only the SC
history is updated.
Turn the operation switch or main
power switch off and on.
All SCs are logged. The print log data (SP5-990-004) in SP mode can check the
latest 10 SC codes detected and total counters when the SC code is detected.
NOTE: 1) If the problem concerns electrical circuit boards, first disconnect then
reconnect the connectors before you replace the PCBs.
2) If the problem concerns a motor lock, first check the mechanical load
before you replace motors or sensors.
G130/G131
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SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
SC Code Classification
The table shows the classification of the SC codes:
SM
Section
1XX
Scanning
2XX
Laser exposure
3XX
Image development 1
4XX
Image development 2
5XX
Paper feed / Fusing
5XX
Paper feed / Fusing
6XX
Communication
7XX
Peripherals
8XX
Controller
9XX
Others
SC Code
100 190 200 220 230 240 260 280 300 330 350 380 400 420 430 440 460 480 500 515 520 530 540 560 570 600 620 630 640 650 670 680 700 720 740 800 820 860 880 900 920 990 -
Detailed section
Scanner
Unique for a specific model
Polygon motor
Synchronization control
FGATE signal related
LD control
Magnification
Unique for a specific model
Charge
Drum potential
Development
Unique for a specific model
Image transfer
Paper separation
Cleaning
Around drum
Unit
Others
Paper feed
Duplex
Paper transport
Fan motor
Fusing
Others
Unique for a specific model
Electrical counters
Mechanical counters
Account control
CSS
Network
Internal data processing
Unique for a specific model
Original handling
Two-tray finisher
Booklet finisher
Error after ready condition
Diagnostics error
Hard disk
Unique for a specific model
Counter
Memory
Others
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Troubleshooting
Class 1
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
4.3 SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 195
Serial Number
Mismatch
Serial number stored in the
memory does not have the
correct code.
• NVRAM defective
• BCU replaced without
original NVRAM
• Incorrect DIP-switch
setting
SC 201
Polygon motor
error
• The polygon mirror motor
does not reach the targeted
operating speed within 10
seconds after turning on.
• The lock signal does not
become high within 3
seconds after turning off the
polygon motor.
• The lock signal become high
0.2 second or more while
the polygon motor reaches
the targeted operating
speed.
• Polygon mirror motor
error
• Abnormal GAVD
behavior
• Cable disconnection
G130/G131
Related
SCs
SC 2211 to 4
4-10
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
Troubleshooting Procedure
Open the front cover and turn on the
main switch. Check the serial number
with SP5-811-002.
If the stored serial number is incorrect,
contact your supervisor.
For DIP-switch settings, see section
5.8.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cables.
3. Replace the polygon motor.
Type
D
D
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 220
Synch.
detection signal
error 1
220-001: Y
220-002: M
220-003: C
220-004: K0
220-005: K1
The front (for K&Y) or rear (for
C&M) laser synchronizing
detector board, (used to
determine the start timing of
laser writing), does not send a
signal while the polygon motor
operates normally and the LD
is on.
• Disconnection of the
cable between front
(K&Y) or rear (C&M)
synchronizing detector
board and the LD unit
• Incorrect installation of
front (K&Y) or rear
(C&M) synchronizing
detector board (the
beam does not target
the photo detector.)
• Defective LD unit
• Defective BCU
• Defective +5VLD
circuit
SM
Related
SCs
SC2211 to 4
4-11
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cable connection between
front (for K&Y) or rear (for C&M)
synchronizing detector board and the
LD unit.
3. Check or reinstall the front (for K&Y)
or rear (for C&M) synchronizing
detector board.
4. Replace the front (for K&Y) or rear
(for C&M) synchronizing detector
board.
5. Replace the laser optics-housing
unit.
6. Replace the BCU.
7. Replace the PSU.
D
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 221
Synch.
detection signal
error 2
221-001: Y
221-002: M
221-003: C
221-004: K
G130/G131
Definition
Possible Cause
Main scan length detection is
not correctly completed ten
consecutive times.
The front (for C&M) or rear (for
K&Y) laser synchronizing
detector boards are used for
the main scan length detection,
which automatically corrects
the main-scan magnification.
• Damaged or
disconnected cable
between front (C&M)
or rear (K&Y) laser
synchronizing detector
board and the LD unit
• Incorrect installation of
front (C&M) or rear
(K&Y) synchronizing
detector board (the
beam does not target
the photo detector.)
• Defective front (C&M)
or rear (K&Y)
synchronizing detector
board
• Defective LD unit
Related
SCs
SC2201 to 4
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Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
After doing one of the following, print
ten jobs or more to see if the same SC
code shows:
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check or replace the cableconnecting front (for C&M) or rear
(for K&Y) synchronizing detector
board and the LD unit.
3. Check or reinstall the front (for C&M)
or rear (for K&Y) synchronizing
detector board.
4. Replace the front (for C&M) or rear
(for K&Y) synchronizing detector
board.
5. Replace the laser optics-housing
unit.
6. Replace the BCU.
Do the following as a temporary
measure if you cannot replace the
synch. detector board:
• Disable main scan length detection
(SP 2-919-001)
D
SM
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SC TABLE
SC No.
SC 230
SC 231
SM
Item
FGATE error
230-001: Y
230-002: M
230-003: C
230-004: K
FGATE timeout
231-001: Y
231-002: M
231-003: C
231-004: K
Definition
Possible Cause
• The BCU generates the
FGATE signal based on the
registration sensor ON
timing. Then it sends the
signal to the LD units. The
LD units send a feedback
signal to the BCU. When the
LD units start emitting laser
beams, the feedback signal
changes from High to Low.
• The SC code generates
when the BCU receives no
feedback signal (stays High)
from the LD unit 1 second
after paper reaches the
position where the laser
should start writing.
When LD units emit laser
beams to print a job, the
feedback signal stays Low. The
signal becomes High after
laser exposure for a page is
completed. The SC code is
detected in the following cases:
• When the feedback signal
stays Low 7 seconds after
completing the laser
exposure, or
• When the feedback signal
stays Low until the laser
exposure timing for the next
page in multi-page print
mode.
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
• Poor connection
between BCU and LD
units
• Defective BCU
• Defective LD unit
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cables between the LD
units and the BCU.
3. Replace the laser optics-housing
unit.
4. Replace the BCU.
D
• Poor connection
between BCU and LD
units
• Defective BCU
• Defective LD unit
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cables between the LD
units and the BCU.
3. Replace the laser optics-housing
unit.
4. Replace the BCU.
D
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G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
SC 240
LD over
240-001: Y
240-002: M
240-003: C
240-004: K
The power supply for the LD
unit exceeds 110 mA.
• LD worn out
(current/light output
characteristics have
changed.)
• LD broken (short
circuit)
1. Replace the laser optics-housing
unit.
C
SC 285
Line position
adjustment
(MUSIC) error
Line position adjustment fails
four consecutive times.
• Pattern sampling error
due to insufficient
image density of
patterns used for the
adjustment
• Inconsistency in the
sampling line position
adjustment pattern due
to dust on the pattern,
damage to the OPC
drum, damage or toner
dropped on the
transfer belt, or a dirty
or defective ID sensor
1. Check and fix the problem that
causes low image density. .
2. Clean or replace the transfer belt
and/or the ID sensor.
3. Replace the PCU or clean the
development unit that causes toner
to drop on the transfer belt.
C
SC 370
TD sensor [K]:
Adjustment
error
TD sensor [Y]:
Adjustment
error
TD sensor [C]:
Adjustment
error
TD sensor [M] :
Adjustment
error
During the developer
initialization, the output value of
the TD sensor is out of the
adjustment range (X ± 0.2V).
NOTE: “X” is adjusted with
SP3-006-005 to -008.
• Poor connection (TD
sensor outputs is less
than 0.5V.)
• Defective TD sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Reset the related color development
unit.
3. Replace the related color
development unit.
D
SC 371
SC 372
SC 373
G130/G131
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
SC 374
SC 375
SC 376
SC 377
Vt error [K]
Vt error [Y]
Vt error [C]
Vt error [M]
During the image development,
Vt value is less than 0.78V.
• Poor connection (TD
sensor outputs is less
than 0.5V.)
• Defective TD sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Reset the related color development
unit.
3. Replace the related color
development unit.
D
SC 380
Black
development
motor error
Color
development
motor error
When the motor speed is within
the target level, the motor
sends a lock signal (High to
Low at CN608-5 [Black]/
CN609-5 [Color]) to the DRB.
SC380 is detected under the
following conditions:
• The Lock signal stays High 2
seconds after the motor
turns on.
• The Lock signal stays Low 2
seconds after the motor
turns off.
• The Lock signal stays High
for more than 2 seconds
while the motor is on.
• Defective motor
• Defective BCU
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the motor.
3. Replace the BCU.
D
ID sensor VSG
adjustment
error
Vsg is the out of adjustment
range during a process control
self-check.
• Defective ID sensor
• Dirty ID sensor
• ID sensor
disconnected
• Dirty drum (cleaning
incomplete)
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Clean the ID sensor and adjacent
parts.
3. Check the drum cleaning condition.
4. Check the ID sensor connector.
5. Replace the ID sensor.
D
SC 381
SC 385
Adjustment range:
± 0.5V
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G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
Type
• Unsuitable toner
density
• Toner supply
mechanism problem
• Laser exposure
problem
• Image transfer problem
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the process control self-check
result (SP3-975). If the result is not
“1”, fix the problem according to the
table in section 4.1.2.
3. Print a full color image by disabling
SC detection (SP5-809-001) and
check if the image quality is OK. If
the image quality is not OK, fix the
problem. Then enable the SC
detection again.
D
• Loose connection
• Defective power pack
C/B output
• Damaged cable
• Defective development
unit
• Defective BCU
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the harness and cables are
correctly connected.
3. Disconnect the high voltage supply
cables from the bias terminals on the
high voltage supply board C/B.
Measure the DC voltage with a multimeter.
• Replace the high voltage supply
board if no voltage is supplied.
4. If the result is OK at step 2, check if
the high voltage supply cable or
development unit is grounded.
• Replace the high voltage supply
cable if it is damaged.
• Replace the development unit if it
is damaged.
5. Check if the PWM signals are sent to
the high voltage supplied board from
the BCU. Replace the BCU or
harness between the BCU and high
voltage supply board if the voltage is
0.
D
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 386
Development
gamma error K
Development
gamma error Y
Development
gamma error C
Development
gamma error M
If the following conditions
happen three consecutive
times:
• When the development
gamma is out of the
following range:
0.3 ≤ γ ≥ 6.0
• When Vk is out of the
following range:
-150V ≤ Vk ≥ 150V
• Development gamma
calculation error
• The high voltage supply
board (C/B) checks the
circuit and detects abnormal
conditions such as a voltage
leak or no output condition.
If this happens, the high
voltage supply board sends
an error signal (High to Low
at CN204-A18) to the BCU.
SC 387
SC 388
SC 389
SC 390
Development
Bias output
error
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
SC No.
• The BCU checks this signal
every 2 ms and generates
this SC code when the error
condition occurs 250
consecutive times.
G130/G131
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
SC 391
Charge AC:
output error
391-01: K
391-02: Y
391-03: M
391-04: C
The high voltage supply board
sends the feedback signal
(CN203-2 to 5; MCYK). The
BCU checks these feedback
signals every 8 ms. If the
average of the sampled data is
not within the control target 20
consecutive times, this SC
code is generated.
SC 392
Air pump motor
error
392-001: MY
392-002: CK
Drum motor
error
440-001: Black
440-002: Color
Three consecutive errors are
detected in motor-driver-signal
samples. The samples are
collected every 0.01 second.
No drum gear position sensor
signal is detected within 0.8
second (G130: 125 mm/s,
G131: 162 mm/s) or 2.0
seconds (81 mm/s).
When the temperature
detected by thermistor 1, which
is at the left (fusing unit) side of
the laser optics unit, is less
than -30°C for 10 seconds
consecutively, the BCU
determines that the circuit is
open and shows this SC code.
SC 440
SC
460001
SM
Thermistor 1
error (open
circuit)
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
• Power pack
disconnected
• Charge receptacle or
terminal
• Defective PCU bias
input terminal
• Incorrect power pack
B/C output
• Damaged cable
• Defective BCU
• PCU not found
• Damaged cable
• Short circuit
• Defective motor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connector.
3. Check that the PCU is correctly
installed.
4. Check the PCU charge voltage input
(the spring/conducting shaft) or
replace the PCU.
5. Replace the power pack B/C.
6. Replace the cable.
7. Replace the BCU.
D
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the air pump.
3. Check the circuit.
D
• Defective PCU
• Defective drum motor
• Defective drum gear
position sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check and/or replace the PCU.
3. Check and/or replace the sensor.
D
• Thermistor 1 defective
• Cable connection error
• BCU defect
1. Check the cable connections.
2. Replace the thermistor.
3. Replace the BCU.
C
Possible Cause
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G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC
460002
Thermistor 1
error (short
circuit)
SC
461001
Thermistor 2
error (open
circuit)
SC
461002
Thermistor 2
error (short
circuit)
G130/G131
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
Definition
Possible Cause
When the temperature
detected by the thermistor 1,
which is at the left (fusing unit)
side of the laser optics unit, is
higher than 70°C for 10
seconds consecutively, the
BCU determines that the circuit
is shorted and shows this SC
code.
When the temperature
detected by the thermistor 2,
which is at the right (paper feed
section) side of the laser optics
unit, is less than -30°C for 10
seconds consecutively, the
BCU determines that the circuit
is open and shows this SC
code.
When the temperature
detected by the thermistor 2,
which is at the right (paper feed
section) side of the laser optics
unit, is higher than 70°C for 10
seconds consecutively, the
BCU determines that the circuit
is shorted and shows this SC
code
• Thermistor 1 defective
• Cable connection error
• BCU defect
1. Check the cable connections.
2. Replace the thermistor.
3. Replace the BCU.
C
• Thermistor 2 defective
• Cable connection error
• BCU defect
1. Check the cable connections.
2. Replace the thermistor.
4. Replace the BCU.
C
• Thermistor 2 defective
• Cable connection error
• BCU defect
1. Check the cable connections.
2. Replace the thermistor.
3. Replace the BCU.
C
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
• Transfer belt unit not
set correctly
• Defective transfer belt
H.P. sensor and/or
transfer belt sensor
• Defective transfer belt
contact motor
• Transfer belt unit
problem
• Loose connector
• Defective motor
• Defective high voltage
supply board - Transfer
• Damaged transfer belt
• Transfer unit
• Damaged high voltage
supply cables
• Damaged cables
between the BCU and
high voltage supply
board
• Defective BCU
SC 471
Transfer belt
H.P. error
The transfer belt HP sensor
signal does not change from
Low to High (home position) or
vice-versa 1 second after the
transfer belt contact motor
turns on.
SC 481
Waste toner
vibrator error
Transfer bias /
paper attraction
roller bias leak
error
The waste toner vibrator does
not operate.
• The high voltage supply
board transfer checks the
circuit and detects current
leaks. If this happens, the
high voltage supply board
sends a SC signal (High to
Low at CN215-6) to the
BCU.
• The BCU checks this signal
every 2 ms and generates
this SC code when the error
condition occurs 250
consecutive times.
When the tray lift motor is
turned on, (if the upper limit is
not detected within 10
seconds), the machine asks
the user to reset the tray. If this
condition occurs three
consecutive times, the SC is
generated.
SC 490
SC 501
SC 502
SM
Paper Tray 1
error
Paper Tray 2
error
Related
SCs
• Defective paper lift
sensor
• Defective tray lift motor
• Defective bottom plate
lift mechanism
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Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Reset the transfer belt unit.
3. Clean or replace the transfer belt
sensor.
4. Replace the transfer belt contact
motor.
5. Check the contact and release
mechanism of the transfer belt unit.
D
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the motor.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the transfer unit and replace
the belt and/or the transfer unit if it is
damaged.
3. Replace the high voltage supply
board - Transfer.
4. Check and/or replace the high
voltage supply cables.
5. Check and/or replace the dc cables
between the BCU and high voltage
supply board.
6. Replace the BCU.
D
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the bottom plate smoothly
moves up and down manually.
3. Check and/or replace the paper lift
sensor.
4. Check and/or replace the tray lift
motor.
D
B
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
SC
503-01
Item
Tray 3 error
(Paper Feed
Unit or LCT)
Definition
Possible Cause
For the paper feed unit:
• When the tray lift motor is
turned on, (if the upper limit
is not detected within 18
seconds), the machine asks
the user to reset the tray. If
this condition occurs three
consecutive times, the SC is
generated.
For the paper feed unit:
• Defective tray lift motor
or connector
disconnection
• Defective lift sensor or
connector
disconnection
For the LCT:
• This SC is generated under
the following conditions:
• If the upper or lower limit is
not detected within 15
seconds when the tray lift
motor is turned on to lift up
or lower the tray
• If the paper stack is not
transported within a specific
number of pulses after the
tray motor and stack
transport clutch turn on to
transport the paper stack
• If the end fence home
position sensor stays ON for
a specific number of pulses
after the tray motor and
stack transport clutch turn
on to transport the paper
stack.
G130/G131
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cable connections.
3. Check and/or replace the defective
component.
Type
B
For the LCT:
• Defective stack
transport clutch or
connector
disconnection
• Defective tray motor or
connector
disconnection
• Defective end fence
home position sensor
or connector
disconnection
• Defective upper limit
sensor or connector
disconnection
• Defective tray lift motor
or connector
disconnection
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
SC
503-02
Item
Tray 3 error
(Paper Feed
Unit or LCT)
Definition
Possible Cause
This SC is generated if the
following condition occurs 3
consecutive times.
For the paper feed unit:
• When the main switch is
turned or when the tray is
set and if the upper limit is
already detected, the lift
motor turns on to lower the
bottom plate until the lift
sensor goes off.
• If the motor turns on for 7
seconds or more, the
machine asks the user to
reset the tray.
SC
504-01
SM
Tray 4 error (3
Tray Paper
Feed Unit)
For the LCT:
• When the main switch is
turned on or when the LCT
is set, if the end fence is not
in the home position (home
position sensor ON), the tray
lift motor stops.
When the tray lift motor is
turned on, (if the upper limit is
not detected within 18
seconds), the machine asks
the user to reset the tray. If this
condition occurs three
consecutive times, the SC is
generated.
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
For the paper feed unit:
• Defective tray lift motor
or connector
disconnection
• Defective lift sensor or
connector
disconnection
•
For the LCT:
• Defective stack
transport clutch or
connector
disconnection
• Defective tray motor or
connector
disconnection
• Defective end fence
home position sensor
or connector
disconnection
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cable connections.
3. Check and/or replace the defective
component.
B
• Defective tray lift motor
or connector
disconnection
• Defective lift sensor or
connector
disconnection
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cable connections.
3. Check and/or replace the defective
component.
B
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC
504-02
Tray 4 error (3
Tray Paper
Feed Unit)
SC 530
Fusing fan
motor error
SC 541
Heating roller
thermistor error
SC 542
Heating roller
warm-up error
SC 543
Heating roller
fusing lamp
overheat
G130/G131
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
Definition
Possible Cause
When the main switch is turned
on or when the tray is set and if
the upper limit is already
detected, the lift motor turns on
to lower the bottom plate until
the lift sensor goes off.
If the motor turns on for 7
seconds or more, the machine
asks the user to reset the tray.
If this condition occurs 3
consecutive times, this SC is
generated.
The BCU does not receive the
lock signal (CN212-B8) 5
seconds after turning on the
fusing fan.
The temperature measured by
the heating roller thermistor
does not reach 7 °C for ten
seconds.
• Defective tray lift motor
or connector
disconnection
• Defective lift sensor or
connector
disconnection
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cable connections.
3. Check and/or replace the defective
component.
B
• Defective fusing fan
motor or connector
disconnection
• Defective BCU
• Loose connection of
the heating roller
thermistor
• Defective heating roller
thermistor
• Defective BCU
• Heating roller fusing
lamp broken
• Defective heating roller
thermistor
•
• Defective PSU
• Defective BCU
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connector and/or replace
the fusing fan motor.
3. Replace the BCU.
1. Check if the heating roller thermistor
is firmly connected.
2. Replace the fusing unit.
3. Replace the BCU.
D
SC 552
1. Check if the heating roller thermistor
is firmly connected.
2. Replace the fusing unit.
3. Replace the BCU.
A
SC 553
1. Replace the PSU.
2. Replace the BCU.
A
The heating roller temperature
does not reach 120°C for 30
(G131) / 60 (G130) seconds
after the heating lamp has
been turned on.
The detected fusing
temperature stays at 250°C or
more for 2 seconds.
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 544
Heating roller
fusing lamp
high
temperature
error
Heating roller
fusing lamp
consecutive full
power
During stand-by mode or a
print job, the detected heating
roller temperature stays at
230 °C or more for 0.2 second.
• Defective heating roller
thermistor
• Defective PSU
• Defective BCU
When the fusing unit is not
running in the Ready condition,
the heating roller fusing lamp
keeps on with full power for 35
consecutive seconds.
The measured pressure roller
temperature does not reach
7°C for 60 seconds.
• Heating roller
thermistor out of
position
SC 545
Related
SCs
SC 543
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Replace the fusing unit.
2. Replace the PSU.
3. Replace the BCU.
A
SC 555
1. Replace the fusing unit.
A
• Loose connection of
pressure roller
thermistor
• Defective pressure
roller thermistor
• Defective BCU
• Pressure roller fusing
lamp broken
• Defective pressure
roller thermistor
• Defective BCU
SC 541
1. Check that the pressure roller
thermistor is firmly connected.
2. Replace the fusing unit.
3. Replace the BCU.
A
SC 542
1. Check if the pressure roller
thermistor is firmly connected.
2. Replace the fusing unit.
3. Replace the BCU.
A
SC 551
Pressure roller
thermistor error
SC 552
Pressure roller
warm-up error
After the main switch is turned
on or the door is closed, the
pressure roller temperature
does not reach the ready
temperature within 210
seconds during fusing unit
warm-up.
SC 553
Pressure roller
fusing lamp
overheat
The detected pressure roller
temperature stays at 210°C or
more for five seconds.
• Defective PSU
• Defective BCU
SC 543
1. Replace the fusing unit.
2. Replace the PSU.
3. Replace the BCU.
A
SC 555
Pressure roller
fusing lamp
consecutive full
power
When the fusing unit is not
running in the Ready condition,
the pressure roller-fusing lamp
keeps ON with full power for
300 consecutive seconds.
• Pressure roller
thermistor out of
position
SC 545
1. Replace the fusing unit.
A
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 560
SC 621
SC 622
SC 623
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
Definition
Possible Cause
Zero cross
error
When the main switch is turned
on, the machine checks how
many zero-cross signals are
generated during 500 ms. If the
number of zero-cross signal
generated is either more than
66 or less than 45 and when
this condition is detected 10
consecutive times, this code is
displayed.
• Electrical noise in the
supply from the power
cord
• 1. Replace the PSU.
A
Two-tray
finisher/booklet
finisher
communication
error
Bank
communication
error
Duplex unit
communication
error
While the BCU communicates
with an optional unit, an SC
code is displayed if one of
following conditions occurs.
1. The BCU receives the
break signal which is
generated by the peripherals
only just after the main
switch is turned on.
2. When the BCU does not
receive an OK signal from a
peripheral 100ms after
sending a command to it.
The BCU resends the
command. The BCU does
not receive an OK signal
after sending the command
3 times.
• Cable problems
• BCU problems
• PSU problems in the
machine
• Main board problems
in the peripherals
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the cables of peripherals are
correctly connected.
3. Replace the PSU if no power is
supplied to peripherals.
4. Replace the BCU or main board of
peripherals.
D
G130/G131
D
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 670
No response
from BCU at
power on
SC 680
BCU/ MUSIC
communication
error
SC 687
Memory
address
command error
SC 690
GAVD
communication
error
690-001: Y
690-002: M
690-003: C
690-004: K
• GAPCI2C
communicati
on error
SC 692
SM
Definition
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
When the main power is turned
on or the machine starts
warming up from energysaving mode, the controller
does not receive a command
signal from the BCU.
After the engine CPU sends a
message, the Music CPU does
not respond within five seconds
three consecutive times.
• Loose connection
• Defective controller
• Defective BCU
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection between the
BCU and controller.
3. Replace the controller.
4. Replace the BCU.
• Toner cartridge
memory chip loose
connection
• Memory chip problem
• Memory chip cable
wiring problem
D
The BCU does not receive a
memory address command
from the controller 120
seconds after paper is in the
position for registration.
The register test of the GAVD
fails.
• Loose connection
• Defective controller
• Defective BCU
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the toner cartridge is
installed correctly.
3. Replace the toner cartridge.
4. Check if the harnesses are not
damaged.
5. Replace the BCU.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the controller is firmly
connected to the BCU.
3. Replace the controller.
4. Replace the BCU.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cable connection.
3. Replace the laser optics-housing
unit.
4. Replace the BCU board.
• The I2C bus device ID is not
identified during initialization.
• A device-status error occurs
during I2C bus
communication.
• The I2C bus communication
is not established due to an
error other than a buffer
shortage.
• Loose connection
• Defective BCU
• Defective LD controller
board
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the cable connection.
3. Replace the BCU.
D
• Loose connection
• Defective BCU
• Defective LD controller
board
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D
D
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 722
Two-tray
finisher jogger
motor error
SC 724
Two-tray
finisher staple
hammer motor
error
SC 725
Two-tray
finisher stack
feed-out motor
error
G130/G131
Type
• Defective jogger H.P.
sensor
• Loose connection
• Defective jogger motor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of jogger H.P.
sensor and jogger motor connectors
3. Replace the jogger H.P. sensor.
4. Replace the jogger motor.
B
• Staple jam
• Loose connection
• Overload caused by
stapling too many
pages
• Defective staple
hammer motor
• Defective stack feedout H.P. sensor
• Loose connection
• Stack feed-out motor
overload
• Defective stack feedout motor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the staple hammer motor
connector is correctly connected.
3. Check if the staple jam occurs.
4. Replace the staple hammer motor.
B
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of the stack
feed-out H.P. sensor and motor are
correctly connected.
3. Replace the stack feed-out H.P.
sensor.
4. Replace the stack feed-out motor.
B
Possible Cause
• The jogger fences of the
two-tray finisher donot return
to home position within a
specific time.
• The two-tray finisher jogger
motor does not leave home
position within a given time.
Stapling does not finish within
150 ms after the staple
hammer motor turns on.
The stack feed-out belt H.P.
sensor does not activate within
a specified time after the stack
feed-out motor turns on.
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Definition
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
Type
• Loose connection
• Defective upper stack
height 1 sensor
• Defective shift tray 1 lift
motor
• Motor overload
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of the sensor
and motor are correctly connected.
3. Replace the upper stack height 1
sensor.
4. Replace the shift tray 1 lift motor.
B
• Loose connection
• Defective stapler
rotation motor
• Motor overload
• Loose connection
• Defective punch H.P.
sensor
• Defective punch clutch
• Defective punch hole
motor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the stapler rotation motor
connector is correctly connected.
3. Replace the stapler rotation motor.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of sensor,
clutch and/or motor are correctly
connected.
3. Replace the punch H.P. sensor.
4. Replace the punch clutch.
5. Replace the punch hole motor.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of the sensor
and motor are correctly connected.
3. Replace the stapler H.P. sensor.
4. Replace the stapler motor.
B
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 726
Two-tray
finisher shift
tray 1 lift motor
error
SC 727
Two-tray
finisher stapler
rotation motor
error
Two-tray
finisher punch
motor error
• The upper stack height 1
sensor is activated
consecutively (detecting
paper) for 15 seconds after
the shift tray starts moving
up.
• The upper stack height
sensor 1 is deactivated
consecutively (not detecting
paper) for 15 seconds after
the shift tray starts moving
down.
• When the upper tray moves
from lower paper exit to the
upper paper exit, the upper
stack height 1 sensor is
activated.
The stapler cannot return to its
home position within a
specified time after the stapler
rotation motor starts rotating.
The punch home position is not
detected within 250 ms after
the punch clutch turns on.
SC 729
SC 730
SM
Two-tray
finisher stapler
motor error
The stapler home position is
not detected within a specified
time after the staple motor
turns on.
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
SC No.
• Loose connection
• Defective stapler H.P.
sensor
• Defective stapler motor
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B
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
B
B
SC 731
Two-tray
finisher exit
guide plate
motor error
The exit guide plate open
sensor is not activated within a
specified time after the exit
guide plate motor turns on.
• Loose connection
• Defective exit guide
plate open sensor
• Defective exit guide
plate motor
SC 732
Two-tray
finisher tray 1
shift motor
error
Tray 1 home position is not
detected within a specified time
after the tray 1 shift motor turns
on.
SC 733
Two-tray
finisher tray 2
lift motor error
SC 734
Two-tray
finisher tray 2
shift motor
error
• The lower stack height 1
sensor is activated
consecutively (detecting
paper) for 15 seconds after
the shift tray starts moving
up.
• The lower stack height
sensor 1 is deactivated
consecutively (not detecting
paper) for 15 seconds after
the shift tray starts moving
down.
Tray 2 home position is not
detected within a specified time
after the tray 2 shift motor turns
on.
• Loose connection
• Defective tray shift 1
sensor
• Defective tray 1 shift
motor
• Loose connection
• Defective lower stack
height 1 sensor
• Defective tray 2 lift
motor
• Motor overload
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of the sensor
and motor are correctly connected.
3. Replace the exit guide plate open
sensor.
4. Replace the exit guide plate motor.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of the sensor
and motor are correctly connected.
3. Replace the tray shift 1 sensor.
4. Replace the tray 1 shift motor.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of the sensor
and motor are correctly connected.
3. Replace the lower stack height 1
sensor.
4. Replace the tray 2 lift motor.
• Loose connection
• Defective tray shift 2
sensor
• Defective tray 2 shift
motor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the connectors of the sensor
and motor are correctly connected.
3. Replace the tray shift 2 sensor.
4. Replace the tray 2 shift motor.
G130/G131
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B
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
SC 740
Booklet finisher
transport motor
error
SC 741
Booklet finisher
paddle motor
error
• The folder home position
sensor does not turn off
within 2 seconds after the
folder rollers start to move.
• The folder home position
sensor does not turn on
within 2 seconds after the
folder rollers start
transporting the paper to the
booklet tray.
• The paddle home position
sensor does not turn off
within 2 seconds after the
paddles start to move.
• The paddle home position
sensor does not turn on
within 2 seconds after the
paddles start to operate.
• The stack-tray upper roller
home position sensor does
not turn off within 2 seconds
after the paddle motor starts
to lower the roller.
• The stack-tray upper-roller
home-position sensor does
not turn on with in 2 seconds
after the paddle motor starts
to lower the roller.
SM
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
• Defective transport
motor
• Loose connection of
the transport motor
• Defective folder home
position sensor
• Loose connection of
the holder home
position sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the
transport motor.
3. Check the connection of the folder
home position sensor.
4. Replace the transport motor.
B
• Defective paddle motor
• Loose connection of
the paddle motor
• Defective paddle home
position sensor
• Loose connection of
the paddle home
position sensor
• Defective stack-tray
upper-roller homeposition sensor
• Loose connection of
the stack-tray upperroller home-position
sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check that the connection of the
paddle motor.
3. Check the connection of the paddle
home position sensor.
4. Check the connection of the stacktray upper-roller home-position
sensor.
5. Replace the paddle motor.
B
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 742
Booklet finisher
stapler slide
motor error
SC 743
Booklet finisher
front jogger
fence motor
error
SC 744
Booklet finisher
rear jogger
fence motor
error
• The stapler home position
sensor does not turn off
within 1 second after this
same sensor turns on.
• The stapler home position
sensor does not turn on
within 1 second when the
stapler is coming back to its
home position.
• The front-jogger-fence
home-position sensor does
not turn off within 3 seconds
after the front-jogger-fence
motor starts.
• The front-jogger-fence
home-position sensor does
not turn on within 3 seconds
when the front-jogger-fence
motor is driving the fence to
its home position.
• The rear-jogger-fence homeposition sensor does not
turn off within 3 seconds
after the rear-jogger-fence
motor starts.
• The rear-jogger-fence homeposition sensor does not
turn on within 3 seconds
when the rear-jogger-fence
motor is driving the fence to
its home position.
• Defective stapler slide
motor
• Loose connection of
the stapler slide motor
• Defective stapler home
position sensor
• Loose connection of
the stapler home
position sensor
• Incorrect assembling of
the front jogger fence
• Loose connection of
the front jogger fence
motor
• Defective front-joggerfence home-position
sensor
• Loose connection of
the front-jogger-fence
home-position sensor
• Incorrect assembling of
the rear jogger fence
• Loose connection of
the rear jogger fence
motor
• Defective rear-joggerfence home-position
sensor
• Loose connection of
the rear-jogger-fence
home-position sensor
G130/G131
Related
SCs
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Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the stapler
slide motor.
3. Check the connection of the stapler
home position sensor.
4. Replace the stapler home position
sensor.
5. Replace the stapler slide motor.
B
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the front
jogger fence motor.
3. Check the connection of the frontjogger-fence home-position sensor.
4. Replace the front-jogger-fence
home-position sensor.
5. Replace the front jogger fence motor.
B
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the rear
jogger fence motor.
3. Check the connection of the rearjogger-fence home-position sensor.
4. Replace the rear-jogger-fence homeposition sensor.
5. Replace the rear jogger fence motor.
B
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
SC 745
Booklet finisher
stack-tray exit
motor error
• The stack-tray-belt homeposition sensor does not
turn off within 394
milliseconds after the stacktray exit roller starts to drive
the belts. → The stack-tray
exit motor retries to drive the
belts, but the stack-tray-belt
home-position sensor still
does not turn off within
another 394 milliseconds.
• The stack-tray-belt homeposition sensor does not
turn on within 1,084
milliseconds after the same
home-position sensor turns
off. → The stack-tray exit
motor retires to drive the
belts, but the stack-tray belt
home-position sensor still
does not turn on within
another 1,084 milliseconds.
SM
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
• Defective stack-tray
exit motor
• Loose connection of
the stack-tray exit
motor
• Defective stack-traybelt home-position
sensor
• Loose connection of
the stack-tray-belt
home-position sensor
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Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the stacktray exit motor.
3. Check the connection of the stacktray-belt home-position sensor.
4. Replace the stack-tray-belt homeposition sensor.
5. Replace the stack-tray exit motor.
B
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 746
Booklet finisher
stapler/folder
motor error
G130/G131
Definition
Possible Cause
• The stapler/folder motor
starts. However, the
controller does not receive
the signal from the encoder
sensor within 0.1 second.
• The stapler/folder motor
starts to drive the stapler
unit, and the stapler switch
is on. However, the
controller does not receive
the signal from the home
position sensor for 0.5
second.
• The stapler starts to staple
the paper. However, the
controller does not receive
any signal from the home
position sensor, and the
stapler switch is off.
• The stapler/folder motor
starts to drive the folder
rollers. However, the home
position sensor does not
turn off within 9.247
seconds.
• The home position sensor
does not turn on within
9.247 seconds after this
same sensor turns off.
Related
SCs
• Malfunction of the
stapler/folder motor
• Loose connection of
the stapler/folder motor
• Loose connection of
the encoder sensor
• Defective encoder
sensor
• Loose connection of
the stapler switch
• Defective stapler
switch
• Loose connection of
the stapler home
position sensor
• Defective stapler home
position sensor
• Loose connection of
the folder-roller homeposition sensor
• Defective folder-roller
home-position sensor
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Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the
stapler/folder motor.
3. Check the connection of the encoder
sensor.
4. Check the connection of the stapler
switch.
5. Check the connection of the stapler
home position sensor.
6. Check the connection of the folderroller home-position sensor.
7. Replace the stapler/folder motor.
8. Replace the encoder sensor.
9. Replace the stapler switch.
10.Replace the stapler home position
sensor.
11.Replace the folder-roller homeposition sensor.
B
SM
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
Type
• Defective paper height
sensor
• Loose connection of
the paper height
sensor
• Defective upper limit
sensor
• Loose connection of
the upper limit sensor
• Defective lift motor
• Loose connection of
the lift motor
• Incorrect assembling of
the lift motor
• Defective lift motor
encoder sensor
• Loose connection of
the lift motor encoder
sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the paper
height sensor.
3. Check the connection of the upper
limit sensor.
4. Check the connection of the lift motor
encoder sensor.
5. Check the connection of the lift
motor.
6. Replace the paper height sensor.
7. Replace the upper limit sensor.
8. Replace the lift motor encoder
sensor.
9. Replace the lift motor.
B
• Defective EEPROM
• EEPROM not installed
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check that the EEPROM is installed.
3. Replace the EEPROM.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection between the
finisher controller and the punch-unit
controller.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check that the EEPROM is installed.
3. Replace the EEPROM.
B
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 747
Booklet finisher
lift motor error
SC 748
Booklet finisher
backup data
error
Booklet finisher
punch-unit
communication
error
Booklet finisher
punch-unit
controller error
• The upper limit sensor
detects the regular tray while
the lift motor is lifting the
regular tray.
• The paper height sensor
does not turn off within 10
seconds after the lift motor
starts to lower the regular
tray.
• The upper limit sensor does
not turn off within 10
seconds after the lift motor
starts to lower the regular
tray.
• The paper height sensor
does not turn on within 10
seconds after the lift motor
starts to lift the regular tray.
• The controller does not
receive the signal from the
lift motor encoder sensor
within 50 milliseconds after
the lift motor starts.
The CPU tries to write data in
the EEPROM three times, but
fails to write data.
A communication-error alarm is
not cleared for 3 seconds.
SC 749
SC 750
SM
The checksum in the backup
data is inconsistent.
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
SC No.
• The finisher controller
cannot communicate
with the punch-unit
controller.
• Defective EEPROM
(on the punch-unit
controller)
• EEPROM not installed
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B
B
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
SC 751
Booklet finisher
punch-unit
sensor error 1
SC 752
Booklet finisher
punch-unit
registration
motor error
SC 753
Booklet finisher
punch-unit
punch motor
error
The paper edge and size
sensors receive the 2.5-volt
light or weaker light even when
the source emits 4.4-volt light.
• The registration motor drives
the slide unit to the rear side
for 1 second. However, the
home position sensor does
not turn on.
• The registration motor drives
the slide unit to the front side
for 1 second. However, the
home position sensor does
not turn off.
• The punch motor starts to
drive the punch cams.
However, the controller does
not receive the encoder-lock
signal for 60 milliseconds.
• The punch motor start to
drive the punch cams.
However, the home
positions sensor does not
turn on for 250 milliseconds.
SC 754
Booklet finisher
punch-unit
sensor error 2
G130/G131
The A/D inputs of the sensor
are not corrected by varying
the D/A outputs.
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
• Defective sensors
• Dirty sensors
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Clean the sensors.
3. Replace the sensors.
B
• Incorrect assembly of
the registration motor
• Loose connection of
the registration motor
• Defective home
position sensor
• Loose connection of
the home position
sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection of the
registration motor.
3. Check the connection of the home
position sensor.
4. Replace the home position sensor.
5. Replace the registration motor.
B
• Malfunction of the
punch motor
• Loose connection of
the punch motor
• Defective home
position sensor
• Loose connection of
the home position
sensor
• Loose connection of
the encoder sensor
• Defective encoder
sensor
• Defective sensor
• Dirty sensor
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check that the connection of the
punch motor.
3. Check the connection of the home
position sensor.
4. Check the connection of the encoder
sensor.
5. Replace the home position sensor.
6. Replace the encoder sensor.
7. Replace the punch motor.
B
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Clean the sensors.
3. Replace the sensors.
B
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
• Defective file of the
diagnostic module,
kernel or route file
system
• The file of the
diagnostic module,
kernel or route file
system does not exist.
• The file of the
diagnostic module,
kernel or route file
system in the SD card
is falsified.
• Defective controller
• Software error
SC 817
Monitor error
• When the boot loader
cannot read the diagnostic
module, kernel or route file
system.
• When the boot loader fails to
check the signature for the
diagnostic module, kernel or
route file system.
SC 818
Watch-dog
error
While the system program is
running, other processes do
not operate at all.
SC 819
[696E]
Process error
System completely down
[766D]
Memory error
Unexpected system memory
size
[4361]
Kernel stop
error
The cache error trap occurs in
the CPU.
• CPU cache error
Kernel stop
error
Any error in the operation
system (An error message is
output.)
• Defective CPU
• Defective memory
• Defective flash
memory
• Incorrect software
SM
•
•
•
•
Related
SCs
Fatal error
Defective RAM DIMM
Defective Flash ROM
Defective controller
Software error
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Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Update the controller system ROM.
2. Use the authorized SD card for
booting.
C
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the controller.
3. See NOTE 1 at the end of the SC
table
CTL
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check and/or replace the RAM
DIMM.
3. Replace the controller.
4. See NOTE at the end of the SC
table.
CTL
1. Replace the controller.
CTL
1. Replace the memory.
CTL
2. Replace the controller.
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 821
[0B00]
ASIC error
Related
Troubleshooting Procedure
SCs
Self-diagnostics error: ASIC [XXXX]: Detailed error code
The write-&-verify check error
1. Replace the controller.
• Defective ASIC device
has occurred in the ASIC.
Definition
Possible Cause
[0B06]
ASIC not
detected
The ASIC is not detected.
[0B10]
SHM register
check error
• The register test error of the
connection bus occurs.
• Data in SHM register is
incorrect.
Self-diagnostic error: HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
When the main switch is
• Loose connection
turned on or starting the self• Defective HDD
diagnostic, the HDD stays
• Defective controller
busy for the specified time or
device
more.
SC 822
[3003]
[3004]
Timeout error
Command error
[3013]
Timeout error 2
[3014]
Command error
2
G130/G131
• Defective ASIC
• Poor connection
between North Bridge
and PCI I/F
• Defective connection
bus
• Abnormal SHM
Type
CTL
1. Replace the controller.
CTL
1. Replace the controller.
CTL
[XXXX]: Detailed error code
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check that the HDD is correctly
connected to the controller.
3. Replace the HDD.
4. Replace the controller.
CTL
• Mandolin does not respond.
• The HDD device remains
BUSY for more than 31 s.
• The BUSY signal does not
drop within 6 s after the
diagnostic command is
issued to the HDDs.
• Error returned from HDD in
response to the selfdiagnostic command.
• Mandolin could not be
located due to a read/write
error at the HDD register.
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SC TABLE
SC No.
SC 823
[6101]
Item
MAC address
check sum error
Related
Troubleshooting Procedure
SCs
Self-diagnostic error: NIB
[XXXX]: Detailed error code
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
The result of the MAC address • Defective controller
2. Replace the controller.
check sum does not match the
check sum stored in ROM.
Definition
[6104]
PHY IC error
The PHY IC on the controller
cannot be correctly
recognized.
[6105]
PHY IC loopback error
An error occurred during the
loop-back test for the PHY IC
on the controller.
SC 824
[1401]
Self-diagnosis
error: Standard
NVRAM
The controller cannot
recognize the standard
NVRAM installed or detects
that the NVRAM is defective.
SC 826
[15FE]
SC 828
[0101]
SM
RTC backup
battery error
Check sum
error 1
Type
Possible Cause
• Loose connection
• Defective standard
NVRAM
• Defective controller
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the standard NVRAM is firmly
inserted into the socket.
3. Replace the NVRAM.
4. Replace the controller.
Self-diagnostic error: RTC
[XXXX]: Detailed error code
The RTC Battery voltage is
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
• Backup battery
exhausted or not within rated
2. Replace the RTC backup battery.
discharged
specification.
Self-diagnostic error: Flash ROM
[XXXX]: Detailed error code
The boot monitor and OS
1. Turn the main switch on and off.
• Defective Flash ROM
program stored in the Flash
2.
Replace the controller.
• Defective controller
ROM is checked. If the check
sum of the program is
incorrect, this SC code is
displayed.
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CTL
CTL
CTL
CTL
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
SC 833
[0F30]
[0F31]
[0F41]
[50B1]
[50B2]
SC 834
SC 850
SC 851
SC 853
Item
ASIC detection
error
ASIC register
error
Resident
memory
verification
error
Clock
generator
detection error
Clock
generator
verification
error
Self-diagnostic
error: Optional
Memory error
Network
interface error
IEEE1394
interface error
Wireless LAN
card not
detected
G130/G131
Related
Troubleshooting Procedure
SCs
Self-diagnosis error: Engine I/F ASIC
[XXXX]: Detailed error code
The ASIC for the system
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
• Defective ASIC for
control is not detected. After
2. Replace the motherboard.
system control
the PCI configuration, the
• Defective North Bridge
device ID for the ASIC could
and AGPI/F
not be checked.
Definition
Possible Cause
The register test error of the
engine control ASIC occurs.
The resident RAM test error is
detected.
The initialization and read for
the connection bus fail.
SSCG register value does not
match the default value.
Type
CTL
• Defective memory
device
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
• Defective connection
bus
• Abnormal SSCG
The optional RAM test error is
detected.
• Defective memory
device
The network is unusable.
• Defective controller
The 1394 interface is unusable.
• Defective IEEE1394
• Defective controller
The wireless LAN card is not
detected before communication
is established, though the
wireless LAN board is
detected.
• Loose connection
CTL
2. Replace the motherboard.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the motherboard.
SC 854
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1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the controller.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the IEEE1394 interface
board.
3. Replace the controller.
1. Check the connection.
CTL
CTL
CTL
SM
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
Definition
Possible Cause
SC 854
Wireless LAN
card not
detected
SC 855
Wireless LAN
card error
The wireless LAN card is not
detected after communication
is established, though the
wireless LAN board is
detected.
An error is detected in the
wireless LAN card.
SC 856
Wireless LAN
card error
An error is detected in the
wireless LAN board.
SC 857
USB interface
error
HDD:
Initialization
error
HDD: Reboot
error
The USB interface cannot be
used due to a driver error.
The controller detects that the
hard disk fails.
• Loose connection
• Defective wireless LAN
card
• Defective wireless LAN
board
• Loose connection
• Defective USB driver
• Loose connection
• HDD not initialized
• Defective HDD
The HDD does not become
ready within 30 seconds after
the power is supplied to the
HDD.
•
•
•
•
SC 863
HDD: Read
error
The data stored in the HDD
cannot be read correctly.
• Defective HDD
• Defective controller
SC 864
HDD: CRC
error
• Defective HDD
SC 865
HDD: Access
error
SD card
authentication
error
While reading data from the
HDD or storing data in the
HDD, data transmission fails.
An error is detected while
operating the HDD.
A correct license is not found in
the SD card.
SC 860
SC 861
SC 866
SM
• Loose connection
Related
SCs
SC 853
Loose connection
Defective cables
Defective HDD
Defective controller
• Defective HDD
• SD-card data has
corrupted.
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Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Check the connection.
CTL
1. Check the connection.
2. Replace the wireless LAN card.
CTL
1. Check the connection.
2. Replace the wireless LAN board.
CTL
1. Check the connection.
2. Replace the USB board.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Reformat the HDD.
3. Replace the HDD.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection between the
HDD and controller.
3. Check and replace the cables.
4. Replace the HDD.
5. Replace the controller.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the HDD.
3. Replace the controller.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the HDD.
CTL
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the HDD.
1. Store correct data in the SD card.
CTL
CTL
CTL
CTL
CTL
CTL
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 867
SD card error
SC 868
SD card access
error
243-252: File
system error
253: Device
error
Address book
error
SC 870
Definition
Possible Cause
The SD card is ejected from
the slot.
An error report is sent from the
SD card reader.
• The SD card is ejected
from the slot.
• An error is detected in
the SD card.
An error is detected in the data
copied to the address book
over a network.
• Defective software
program
• Defective HDD
• Incorrect path to the
server
• Defective HDD
• Power failure during an
access to the HDD
• Defective HDD
• Power failure during an
access to the HDD
• Defective HDD
• No SD card
SC 872
HDD mail data
error
An error is detected in the HDD
at machine initialization.
SC 873
HDD mail
transfer error
An error is detected in the HDD
at machine initialization.
SC 874
Delete All error
1: HDD
SC 875
Delete All error
2: Data area
SC 876
Log Data Error
An error of the deleting all data
for the HDD/NVRAM is
detected after the data
overwriting function has been
executed.
An error occurs while the
machine deletes data from the
HDD.
The log data error is detected
when obtaining or referring the
log data while the machine is
activated, turning on the main
power or logging data.
G130/G131
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Install the SD card.
2. Turn the main switch off and on.
1. For a file system error, format the SD
card on your PC.
2. For a device error, turn the mains
switch off and on.
3. Replace the SD card.
4. Replace the controller.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Initialize the address book data
(SP5-846-050).
3. Replace the HDD.
CTL
CTL
CTL
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the HDD.
CTL
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Replace the HDD.
CTL
1. Turn the main switch off/on and try
the operation again.
2. Replace the HDD.
CTL
• Deleting data failure
1. Turn the main switch off/on and try
the operation again.
CTL
• Log data corrupt
• Defective or Not
installed SD card
• Defective software
• Incorrect HDD or
NVRAM
1. Turn the main switch off/on and try
the operation again.
2. Initialize the HDD.
3. Replace the HDD.
4. Replace the NVRAM.
5. Replace the SD card.
CTL
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SC TABLE
SC No.
Item
SC 900
Electric counter
error
Abnormal data is stored in the
counters.
• Defective NVRAM
• Power failure during an
access to the HDD
SC 920
Printer
application
error
An error is detected in the
printer application program.
• Defective software
• Unexpected hardware
resource (e.g., memory
shortage)
SC 921
Printer font
error
A necessary font is not found in
the SD card.
SC 990
Software
performance
error
SC 991
Software
continuity error
SC 992
Undefined error
SC 995
BCU error
SM
Definition
Possible Cause
Related
SCs
Troubleshooting Procedure
Type
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check the connection between the
NVRAM and controller.
3. Replace the NVRAM.
4. Replace the controller.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
CTL
• A necessary font is not
found in the SD card.
• The SD card data is
corrupted.
1. Check that the SD card stores
correct data.
CTL
The software makes an
unexpected operation.
• Defective software
• Defective controller
• Software error
CTL
The software has attempted to
perform an unexpected
operation. However, unlike SC
990, the object of the error is
continuity of the software.
An undefined error has
occurred.
• Software program error
• Internal parameter
incorrect, insufficient
working memory.
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Reinstall the controller and/or engine
main firmware.
3. See NOTE 1 at the end of the SC
table.
This SC is not displayed on the LCD
(logging only).
The DIP switch on the BCU is
incorrectly set.
• The DIP switch on the
BCU is incorrectly set.
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CTL
• Defective software
program
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1. Set the DIP switch correctly.
2. Turn the main switch off and on.
D
G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SC TABLE
SC No.
SC 998
Item
Application
start error
Definition
Possible Cause
No applications start within 60
seconds after the power is
turned on.
Related
SCs
• Loose connection of
RAM-DIMM, ROMDIMM
• Defective controller
• Software problem
Troubleshooting Procedure
1. Turn the main switch off and on.
2. Check if the RAM-DIMM and ROMDIMM are correctly connected.
3. Reinstall the controller system
firmware.
4. Replace the controller.
Type
CTL
NOTE 1: If a problem always occurs in a specific condition (for example. printer driver setting, image file), the problem may be caused by a software
error. In this case, the following data and information needs to be sent back to your product specialist.
• Symptom / Possible Causes / Action taken
• Summary sheet (SP mode “Service SP”, SP1-004 [Print
Summary])
• SMC - All (SP5-990-001)
• SMC - Logging (SP5-990-004)
G130/G131
•
•
•
Printer driver settings used when the problem occurs
All data displayed on the screen (SC code, error code, and program
address where the problem is logged.)
Image file which causes the problem, if possible
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1
4.4 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1
4.4.1 IMAGE QUALITY
Work-flow
The following workflow shows the basic troubleshooting steps for the considerable
image quality problems on this product.
Start
Verification of problem
reported from users
Can the problem be
duplicated?
No
Ask customer to
duplicate it.
Yes
No
Troubleshoot using the service
manual or technical bulletin.
Troubleshooting
Image Quality?
Yes
Make a test pattern in
SP5-997.
Colour
related?
Yes
A
No
Troubleshoot depending on
the type of problem.
Possible Symptoms
y Vertical white dotted lines
Check the transfer bias or paper condition.
y Vertical white lines on thick paper
Check the timing when the problem occurs.
y Dirty lines
Check the transfer belt cleaning section.
y Poor fusing / Fusing offset
Check the paper types selected in the
printer driver.
y Smeared image at trailing edge
Check the fusing unit speed.
y Crow marks
Check the humidity condition and adjust
the transfer bias if necessary.
No problem on pattern
* Font problem
* Image data missing
Especially, problems related to the
above symptoms and if no problem
is found on the test pattern, it may
be related to the application used or
driver. Collect a capture file for
further investigation (select 'Print to
File' in the driver).
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1
(From previous page)
A
Possible Symptoms
y Colour shift
Check the level of the colour shift and follow
the troubleshooting guide if required.
Yes
All colour?
No
Check Points
y Connection of flat cable between the
controller and laser optic housing unit.
y Mirror position of related colour located in the
laser optic housing unit.
y Controller or BCU board defective
Yes
Colour missing
No
Specify the colour that caused
the image problem.
Check the image processing area of the
colour specified in the previous step
Considerable Symptom
y Faint image (K)
Check the image transfer unit position lever.
y Cyan/Magenta jitter
Check if the registration roller speed is suitable for the type of paper used.
y Toner blasting
Check which colour is blasting and adjust the toner limit or transfer bias.
y Image density change
Check when the problem is reported and follow the necessary steps.
y Dirty Background
Check in which condition the problem is reported, and follow the required procedure.
y Colour vertical bands/lines/dirty background
Check the OPC drum and/or development unit.
y Colour shift
Check the level of the colour shift and follow the troubleshooting guide if required.
y Colour lines/bands/dirty background
When the PCU/development unit is close to its life end, the developer or the cleaning blade of the
PCU wears out, causing vertical colour lines, bands, or dirty background. Check the related colour
unit and replace it if necessary.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 2
4.5 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 2
4.5.1 IMAGE QUALITY
Detailed Explanation
The table below shows the troubleshooting procedure for the considerable image problems.
Subject
Symptom
Cause
Action
Symptoms not related to color
Vertical white dotted
lines
If the paper transfer bias is
excessive for the paper type
used in the low humidity
condition, vertical white
dotted lines may appear.
In the low humidity condition, the
electrical resistance of paper tends to
increase. Excessive paper transfer bias
may cause electrical leak, causing
vertical white lines.
• Check if the optional heater has been installed
in the paper tray and it is activated.
In high temperature and
humidity conditions, vertical
white lines may appear in
halftone areas on thick paper
after multiple prints of the
same image.
In this condition, the drum sensitivity
tends to drop. Since the image transfer
efficiency differs between plain and thick
paper, sensitivity drop may cause
changes in image transfer efficiency on
thick paper, causing vertical white lines.
The drum sensitivity recovers, and this symptom
disappears after waiting for about 5 minutes after
this symptom has been observed.
Dirty lines/bands or
background on 2nd
side
The cleaning blade of the transfer belt
cleaning may be worn away or damaged
when the transfer belt cleaning unit
becomes close to its life (500KP).
Check and replace the transfer belt-cleaning unit.
Poor fusing / Fusing
offset
The type of paper selected in the printer
driver does not match the paper type
used for printing, causing the fusing
temperature not to be controlled for the
paper used.
Please instruct users to select the correct paper
type in the printer driver.
Vertical white lines
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• Customize (decrease) the paper transfer
current for the related mode (SP2-301).
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Subject
Symptom
Cause
Action
Smeared image
When making prints of an
original with a solid image
near the trailing, a smeared
image may appear.
The paper’s trailing edge tends to flip up
and come very close to the fusing belt
after it passes the paper transfer unit.
The static electricity built up on the
fusing belt may cause toner to move,
resulting in the smeared image.
This is most noticeable with 600x600dpi
printing.
Please instruct users to select 1800x600 or
1200x1200dpi.
Crow marks
When making duplex prints in
low temperature and humidity
conditions, crow marks may
appear on black images,
especially in halftone areas
on the 2nd side.
A charge is applied to the paper at each
color station in order to attract each
toner onto the paper. Therefore, the
initial toner colors will receive multiple
charging as they pass each station,
which increases the attractive force
between the toner and paper. Since
black is the last toner to be applied, the
attractive force between it and the paper
is lowest. Black toner moves on the
paper during transport to the fusing
section, due to discharge from the toner
to the surrounding guide plates.
Using SP2-301 (Transfer Current), increase the
paper transfer current for black in the mode in
which the problem occurs.
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NOTE: White dotted lines may appear on outputs
if the transfer current is increased too
much. Therefore, after adjusting the
transfer current, it is necessary to check
the results by making a solid or halftone
image in duplex mode.
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Subject
Symptom
Cause
Action
Symptoms related to color
Faint image (black)
Only black becomes lighter.
The transfer belt position is not in the
correct position.
Check the transfer belt unit position and/or the
transfer belt unit release lever.
Magenta and/or cyan
jitter
Magenta jitter may appear at
81 mm and/or cyan jitter at
162/ 125 mm from the trailing
edge.
If the registration roller speed is too fast
for the paper types used, the shock
when the trailing edge has just passed
the registration roller generates
vibration, causing the jitter.
Adjust the registration roller speed depending on
the paper types and/or mode selected.
This may appear especially when using
thick paper because of its stiffness.
SP1-004-4: Normal paper (1200 dpi)
SP1-004-5: Normal paper (600 dpi)
SP1-005-3: Thick paper (1200 dpi)
If SP1-005-3 cannot improve the level even when
setting it to “-1.0”, follow the procedure below.
1. Set SP1-005-3 to “-1.0”.
2. Print the samples by adjusting SP1-004-4 from
100% (-0.2% to -0.8%).
After adjusting SP1-004-4, check the image
quality also with normal paper in the 1200 dpi
mode. Readjust it so that the image quality
level is acceptable for both thick and normal
paper if necessary.
Toner blasting (1)
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Toner may blast, causing
smeared text characters
and/or lines in 2C or process
black mode (depending on
the PDL setting or type of
paper used.)
An excessive amount of toner is used for
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Change the toner limit setting in SP mode.
• If toner blasted images appear for text or lines
in 2C, decrease the setting for Text from 190%
to 150 - 170%.
• If toner blasted images for text and lines
recognized as pure image data (i.e. not
processed as text/line data), decrease the
setting for Photo from 260% to 170 - 190%.
NOTE: If the toner limit is lowered too much, it
may cause the density of shadow areas to
be not smooth.
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Subject
Symptom
Cause
Toner blasting (2)-1
Black toner may blast on the
1st side of paper under the
low temperature at B&W print
mode.
Black toner moves on the paper during
transport to the fusing section, due to
discharge from the toner to the
surrounding guide plates.
Toner blasting (2)-2
Black toner may blast on the
1st side of paper under the
low temperature at color print
mode.
Black toner moves on the paper during
transport to the fusing section, due to
discharge from the toner to the
surrounding guide plates.
Action
Decrease the image density for Black with UP
mode.
Change the "0" to "–1" with UP mode
(Maintenance > Image > Black)
Decrease the paper transfer current in SP data
from the default setting to a recommended value
depending on the mode selected as shown below.
SP2-301-013, -015, -017 ([FC Y/M/C] Low speed):
“10” to “8”
SP2-301-014, -016, -018 ([FC Y/M/C] Middle
speed):
“16” to “13” (G130)
"21" to "17" (G131)
(If you want to improve this only at 600 dpi print
mode, change the values with only SP2-301-014,
-016 and -018.)
NOTE: If the toner limit is lowered too much, it
may cause the density of shadow areas to
be not smooth.
Toner blasting (2)-3
Black toner may blast on the
2nd side of paper under the
low temperature at B&W print
mode.
Black toner moves on the paper during
transport to the fusing section, due to
discharge from the toner to the
surrounding guide plates.
Increase the paper transfer current in SP data
from the default setting to a recommended value
depending on the mode selected as shown below.
SP2-301-004 ([K] Low speed): “10” to “14”
SP2-301-005 ([K] Middle speed):
“21” to “27” (G131)
SP2-301-006 ([K] High speed):
“21” to “27” (G130)
(If you want to improve this only at 600 dpi print
mode, change the only values with SP2-301-005
and -006.)
NOTE: If the toner limit is heightened too much, it
may cause image offset.
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Subject
Toner blasting (2)-4
Symptom
Black toner may blast on the
2nd side of paper under the
low temperature at color print
mode.
Cause
Black toner moves on the paper during
transport to the fusing section, due to
discharge from the toner to the
surrounding guide plates.
Action
Decrease the paper transfer current and paper
attraction roller current in SP data from the default
setting to a recommended value depending on the
mode selected as shown below.
SP2-301-021, -023, -025 ([FC Y/M/C] Low speed):
“9” to “6 ~ 7”
SP2-301-022, -024, -026 ([FC Y/M/C] Middle
speed):
“12” to “9 ~ 10” (G130)
"16" to "12 ~ 13" (G131)
SP2-801-010 ([FC] Low speed): “5” to “8”
SP2-801-011 ([FC] Middle speed):
“8” to “12” (G130)
"10" to "15" (G131)
(If you want to improve this only at 600 dpi print
mode, change the only values with SP2-301-022,
-024, -026 and SP2-801-011.)
NOTE: If the toner limit is lowered too much, it
may cause the density of shadow areas to
be not smooth.
Symptoms related to color
Color Shift
Color shift level is out of the
adjustment standard.
The adjustment standard on this product
is “maximum 150 µm”.
The color shift level may change
depending on a type of paper used.
Check the level of the color shifts reported from
user and follow the troubleshooting procedure
described in section 4- if necessary.
Color missing
Color(s) is missing on the
outputs.
The position of 3rd mirror moves due to
the rough transportation of service part;
and then, becomes out of position.
Flat cable(s) is not correctly connected
to the BCU board.
• When replacing the laser optic housing unit
due to any reason, make a color demo page in
the UP mode. If color(s) is missing, open the
unit and reposition the mirror(s).
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• Reconnect the flat cable(s) firmly.
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Subject
Symptom
Cause
Action
When the machine is tuned
on in the morning (having
been unused for a while), the
ID of the initial outputs may
be relatively low or high, in
which case the machine
needs to compensate by
raising or lowering the ID
during machine operation.
When the machine is off, the
environmental conditions can begin to
affect the machine’s development
capability. When the main switch is
tuned on, the machine starts a process
control self-check and adjusts the
development parameters to achieve the
proper development potential gap
without adjusting the toner
concentration. Over the course of the
print operation, the ID will then get closer
and closer to the target level.
If this is often pointed out by users who are very
particular about image density, turn on Auto TD
Adjustment (SP3-125-003) as a solution.
Image density is too low or
high.
If the machine has never been turned off
and Energy Saver 2 (Auto Off mode) is
disabled, the machine has never
performed the initial process control selfcheck, causing the image density to
become low or high.
Change the settings of the following SP modes:
Symptoms related to color
Image density change
(1)
Image density change
(2)
NOTE: It takes about 5 minutes to complete the
self-check.
SP3-906-003 Non-use Time 1
0 (Default) to 999
SP3-906-004 Non-use Time 2
0 to 2550 (Default: 480)
• If Energy Saver 1 is activated (Default: Off), the
non-use time process control self-check will not
function. Therefore, make sure that Energy
Saver 1 is Off (UP mode).
• With the above setting, the self-check
automatically starts after 500 prints and after no
prints have been made for 480 minutes (8
hours). Based on the average daily printing
volume of 500 prints, self-check would be
performed first thing every morning. These
settings are suitable for machines, which are
used during the day and then kept On in Ready
status throughout the night. Therefore, this SP
mode should be set based on the particular way
the customer uses the printer.
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4.5.2 COLOR SHIFT
The following briefly explain the factors causing color shifts and what to do on the machine to correct it:
• Temperature change causes the optical components in the laser
optics housing unit to contract, causing the main scan
The black development motor drives the
magnification to change. To correct the line position, the machine
fusing unit pressure roller. The motor speed is
automatically does the line position adjustment when the
adjustable in the SP mode.
temperature changes by 5°C since the last position adjustment.
If the line position adjustment functions correctly, no color shift
occurs. If the line position adjustment fails (result: SP5-993-007),
color lines may shift anywhere on the outputs.
• The process speed at each stage (registration roller, transfer belt,
and fusing belt/roller) affects the paper transport speed. If the
paper transport speed changes during image transfer of a color,
K
the color line being transferred shifts with respect to the color line
Y
already transferred to the paper. The registration roller speed
C
(adjusted by color development motor speed) and fusing belt/roller
speed (adjusted by black development motor speed) are adjusted
M
The transfer motor drives the
by the manufacturer.
transfer belt. The motor speed
Paper speed may slightly change due to the type of paper used or
is not adjustable.
after replacing the parts related to the drive sections of the
registration section, transport unit, and fusing unit. (After replacing
the fusing unit, the speed adjustment should be done in the User
The color development motor drives the
Program mode.) Also, the position where color shift occurs
registration rollers. The motor speed is
depends on which section starts moving at the incorrect speed.
adjustable in SP mode.
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• Paper skew directly affects the color shift between the front and
rear sides. There are several factors. One of them is the position of
the side fences.
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As explained on the previous page, there are several types of color shift problem. The following table shows the symptoms,
factors, action required, and the page to see for details.
1
Symptom
Color shift on entire image in
main-scan and/or sub-scan
directions
Factors
• Line position adjustment does not
function correctly.
• Transfer belt unit has just been
replaced.
Action Required
• Check the result of the line position
adjustment (SP5-993-007) and solve the
problem if an error was detected.
• Check which color lines are shifted from
black line and adjust the SP modes for
Color shifts only at the
leading edge area
(sometimes causing shock
jitter, magenta or cyan lines)
Color shifts only at the trailing
edge area
Registration roller speed is not
appropriate.
Adjust the color development motor speed
(SP1-004-4, 5, and SP1-005-003) depending
on the process speed.
Fusing belt/roller speed is not
appropriate.
Color shifts between the front
and rear sides
Paper skew on transfer belt
• Side fences are not correctly set.
• Pressure between the paper
attraction roller and transfer belt is
not even at the front and rear
sides.
Adjust the black development motor speed
(SP1-004-001, 002, and 007, or “Fuser
Adjust” in the User Program mode) depending
on the process speed.
Reposition the side fences.
Reposition the paper attraction roller unit.
Refer to #
registration and magnification.
2
3
4
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Max. 150 µm
Adjustment Standard:
The flowchart illustrates the procedure to adjust line positions.
NOTE: The allowance of color shift is 150µm. Keep the color shift in the range of 0 to
150µm.
Adjust the skew image for each color.
SP2-908-002:C
SP2-908-003:M
SP2-908-004:Y
・If the left side of each image is skewed in
trailing edge direction against an image of
BK, increase the value of these SPs.
・If the left side of each image is skewed in
leading edge direction against an image of
BK, decrease the value of these SPs.
Start
C
Clean the ID sensors.
Execute the Forced Toner Density Adjustment:
SP3-126-002
1. Execute the line position adujstment:
SP5-993-002 : "Execute"
Change
OK
When you change these values by 10, the
image gets skewed by C: 0.2mm, M: 0.1mm,
Y: 0.07mm.
1. Execute the line position adujstment:
SP5-993-002
A
NO
2. Print out a pattern with the following settings:
SP5-997-001:Select the tray for A3 size.
SP5-997-002:"1-dot grid (F)"
SP5-997-004:"Full Color"
SP5-997-005:"600X600"
SP5-997-007:"Execute"
Shift
NO
2. Print out a pattern with following settings:
SP5-997-002:"1 dot grid (R)"
SP5-997-004:"Full Color"
SP5-997-005:"600X600"
Result
SP5-997-007 : "Execute"
Print out a "1 dot grid (F)" pattern.
Result of 1.
OK
Result of 1.
Check the
skew.
Skew
Result of 2.
No change
NO
Replace the laser
optics housing unit.
NO
Skew
OK
Shift
Replace the laser
optics housing unit.
Result of 2.
End
A
OK
D
End
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A
Shifted by 1.4 mm or less
Check the color shift at
the center of the image
Adjust the main scan
registration.
SP5-993-10 to 21
Shifted by
1.4 mm or more
Set the factory settings with
the following SPs:
SP5-993-10 to 21
No shift
Execute the line position
adjustment.
SP5-993-002
Adjust the color
development motor
Leading
edge
Print out a 1 dot grid (F)
pattern.
SP5-997-007: "Execute"
Execute the line position
adjustment.
SP5-993-002
Check the color shift at
both edges of the image
Print out a 1 dot grid (F)
pattern.
SP5-997-007: "Execute"
No shift
End
Trailing
edge
Check the
color shift .
Check the
transfer belt.
Adjust the color shift
between the fusing unit
and transfer belt unit.
End
OK
Scratch
No Scratch
Print out a 1 dot grid (F)
pattern.
SP5-997-007: "Execute"
Check the
color shift.
B
Cannot adjust
the color shift.
Replace the transfer
belt unit.
Replace the laser
optics housing unit.
Replace the
transfer belt unit.
C
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D
Shift
Input the following values for each SP.
Set the factory settings with the following SPs:
SP2-909-001:Main scan Registration Y
SP2-909-002:Main scan Registration M
SP2-909-003:Main scan Registration C
SP2-916-008:Sub-scan Registration 600Y
SP2-916-009:Sub-scan Registration 600M
SP2-916-010:Sub-scan Registration 600C
SP2-103-056:LD Power Control 64.3MHz:Y
SP2-103-057:LD Power Control 64.3MHz:M
SP2-103-058:LD Power Control 64.3MHz:C
SP5-993-010 to 21:Line Position Adjustment
・If the image shifts to the right side, decrease 40 from
the current value.
・If the image shifts to the left side, increase 40 from
the current value.
NO
SP2-909-001:Main-scan Registration Y
SP2-909-002:Main-scan Registration M
SP2-909-003:Main-scan Registration C
・If the image shifts to the leading edge side, increase
20 from the current value.
・If the image shifts to the trailing edge side, decrease
20 from the current value.
Execute the line position adjustment.
SP5-993-002
SP2-916-008:Sub-scan Registration 600Y
SP2-916-009:Sub-scan Registration 600M
SP2-916-010:Sub-scan Registration 600C
Result
Execute the line position adjustment.
SP5-993-002
OK
OK
Result
Print out a 1 dot grid (F) pattern.
SP5-997-007: "Execute"
NO
B
A
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Direction
Sub-scan
Area
Leading
edge
Symptom
Color shift,
especially 100 mm
from the leading
edge.
Possible Cause
Color shift,
especially 100 mm
from the trailing
edge.
(Refer to pattern 2 in
the "How to measure
the gap between
color lines"
described after this
table..)
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SP Mode
Procedure / Remarks
Registration roller Normal Paper SP1-004004
speed is not
1200 dpi
suitable for the
paper used.
Normal Paper SP1-004005
600 dpi
Check the magenta line position against the black line.
If the registration roller is too fast or slow, the magenta
line appears above or below the black line.
SP1-005003
When adjusting the speed, change the setting in 0.05
steps, and check the result by printing the grid pattern.
Then, repeat this until the shift between magenta and
black is minimized.
(Refer to pattern 1 in
the "How to measure
the gap between
color lines"
described after this
table.)
Trailing
edge
Action Required
Thick Paper
1200 dpi
(by-pass feed)
Above: Speed is too fast: Decrease speed
Below: Speed is too slow: Increase Speed
NOTE: If the registration roller is too fast, magenta jitter
may appear at 67 mm and/or cyan jitter at 165
mm from the trailing edge. This is caused by
the mechanical shock when the trailing edge of
the paper passes the registration rollers.
Fusing roller
speed is not
suitable for the
paper used.
Normal Paper SP1-004001
1200 dpi
Check the magenta line position against the black line.
If the fusing roller is too fast or slow, the magenta line
appears above or below the black line.
Normal Paper SP1-004002
600 dpi
Above: Speed is too fast: Decrease speed
Thick Paper
1200 dpi
SP1-004007
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Below: Speed is too slow: Increase Speed
When adjusting the speed, change the setting in 0.1
steps, and check the result by printing the grid pattern.
Then, repeat this step until the shift between magenta
and black is minimized.
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Direction
Sub-scan
Area
Entire
image
Symptom
Color shift on the
entire image, and
the amount of shift
from leading to
trailing edge is
almost the same.
Possible Cause
Action Required
Output Mode
Procedure / Remarks
SP Mode
SP mode setting Normal Paper SP5-993016 (Y)
is not suitable for
600 dpi
the paper used.
SP5-993017 (M)
SP5-993018 (C)
Normal Paper SP5-993019 (Y)
1200 dpi
SP5-993020 (M)
SP5-993021 (C)
Measure the gap between the black line and other
colors (YMC) using a magnification scope.
Convert the measured value from [µm] to [dots] with the
following formula. Then, add or subtract the calculated
dot value in the SP mode.
Correction [dots] = Measured value [µm] / 21.2 or 42.4
600 dpi mode: 1 dot = 42.4 µm
1200 dpi mode: 1 dot = 21.2 µm
If color (YMC) has shifted up in relation to black, add the
above value to the current value.
If color (YMC) has shifted down in relation to black,
subtract the above value from the current value.
Examples
• If the magenta line has shifted up in relation to black
by 40µm in 600dpi mode, add 1 to the current setting
of SP5-993-017.
Correction [dots] = +(40/42.4) = Approx. +1
• If the magenta line has shifted down in relation to
black by 70µm in 600dpi mode, subtract 2 from the
current setting of SP5-993-17.
Correction [dots] = -(70/42.4) = Approx. –2
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Direction
Area
Main-scan Entire
image
Symptom
Color shifts on the
entire image, and
the amount of shift
differs at front,
center, and rear.
Possible Cause
Main-scan
magnification is
not correctly
adjusted.
Action Required
Output Mode
-
Procedure / Remarks
SP Mode
SP5-993013 (Y)
SP5-993014 (M)
SP5-993015 (C)
(Refer to pattern 3 in
the How to measure
the gap between
color lines described
after this table.)
Measure the gap between the black line and other
colors (YMC) using a magnification scope.
Convert the measured value [mm] to [%] with the
following formula. Then, add or subtract the calculated
value in the SP mode
Correction [%] = Measured value [mm] / 287 x 10000
If the color line is enlarged in relation to black, add the
correction value to the current setting.
If the color line is reduced in relation to black, subtract
the correction value from the current setting.
NOTE: Line position adjustment (SP5-993-002 or “Auto
Adjust” in User Program mode) should be done
to check the result after changing the mainscan magnification data. This is because the
changes will affect the line position adjustment.
Examples
• If the magenta line is enlarged by 0.1mm in relation to
the black line, add “4” to the current setting of SP5993-014.
Correction [%] = (0.1/287) x 10000 = Approx. +4
• If the magenta line is reduced by 0.05 mm in relation
to the black line, subtract “2” from the current setting
of SP5-993-014.
Correction [%] = -(0.05/287) x 10000 = Approx. -2
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Direction
Area
Main-scan Entire
image
Symptom
Color shifts on the
entire image and
amount of shifts is
almost the same at
front, center, and
rear sides.
Possible Cause
Action Required
Output Mode
Main-scan
registration is not
correctly
adjusted.
SP5-993010 (Y)
SP5-993011 (M)
SP5-993012 (C)
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The amount of color
shift at the front and
rear sides becomes
gradually bigger
toward the trailing
edge.
Measure the gap between the black line and other
colors (YMC) using a magnification scope.
Convert the measured value [µm] to [dots] with the
following formula. Then, add or subtract the calculated
dot value in the SP mode.
Correction [dots] = Measured value [µm] / 21.2
If color (YMC) has shifted to the left in relation to black,
add the above value to the current setting.
(Refer to pattern 4 in
the How to measure
the gap between
color lines described
after this table.)
Front or
rear
Procedure / Remarks
SP Mode
If color (YMC) has shifted to the right in relation to black,
subtract the above value from the current setting.
Examples
• Side fence
position
• Transfer belt
position
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• If the magenta line has shifted to the left by 40µm,
add 4 to the current setting of SP5-993-011
Correction [dots] = +(40/21.2) = Approx. +2
• If the magenta line has shifted to the right by 70µm,
subtract 3 from the current setting of SP5-993-011.
Correction [dots] = -(70/21.2) = Approx. -3
• Check if the side fences of the paper trays are
correctly positioned. If there is clearance between the
paper and the side fences, this causes paper to skew
during paper transport.
• Check if the transfer belt is in correct position, if the
tension springs are correctly set, or if the paper
attraction roller is correctly installed.
( 3.7.4 Transfer Belt)
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HOW TO MEASURE THE GAP
BETWEEN COLOR LINES
A
A
Use a magnification scope to measure the
gap [A] between the two lines. Measure the
distance between the same sides of the two
lines. For example (see the illustration),
measure between the left edges of the lines.
Magnification
scope
Pattern 1
Black
line
Color
line
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Color shift in the sub-scan direction at the
leading edge
This illustration shows that the colored
(dotted) line is above the black line. This
means that the registration roller speed is too
high for the paper used. Therefore, the
registration roller speed needs to be reduced.
To do this, decrease the setting (percentage)
of SP1-004-004, 005, and SP1-005-003. This
depends on the mode selected.
• SP1-004-004 Normal paper,
Color mode, 1200 dpi (81 mm/s)
• SP1-004-005 Normal Paper,
Color mode, 600 dpi (G130: 125 mm/s,
G131: 162 mm/s)
• SP1-005-003 Thick Paper (81 mm/s)
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Pattern 2
Color shift in the sub-scan direction at the
trailing edge
This illustration shows that the colored
(dotted) line is above the black line. This
means that the fusing roller speed is too high
for the paper used. Therefore, the fusing
roller speed needs to be slower. To do this,
decrease the setting (percentage) of SP1004-001, 002, or 007. This depends on the
mode selected.
• SP1-004-001 Normal paper,
Color mode, 1200 dpi (81 mm/s)
• SP1-004-002 Normal Paper,
Color mode, 600 dpi (G130: 125 mm/s, G131: 162 mm/s)
• SP1-004-007 Thick Paper (81 mm/s)
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Pattern 3
Color shift (magnification change) in the main-scan direction
Troubleshooting
Fig. 1 and 2 shows that the colored (dotted) line has shifted away from the black
line. The amount of shift is not the same as at the front, center, and rear. Both Fig.
1 and Fig. 2 show that the color grid is larger than the black grid. Yellow becomes
larger from left to right in Fig. 1. Cyan and magenta become larger from right to left.
This is because the laser writing direction for B&Y is different from C&M.
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Fig. 1 (Yellow)
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Fig. 2 (Cyan & Magenta)
Pattern 4
Color shift (registration) in the mainscan direction
Colored line shifts in the main-scan
direction. This keeps the amount of
shift the same at the left, center, and
right.
This is caused by incorrect color
registration.
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4.5.3 COLOR SHIFT AFTER TRANSFER UNIT REPLACEMENT
Do the following procedure below if the color shift level is not within the target
range (max 150µm) after you replace the transfer unit and do the forced line
position adjustment (SP5-993-002 or Auto Color Registration):
Check the color shift level
1. Make sure that OPC Refresh (SP3-920-005) has been done.
2. Print out the SMC sheets (SP5-990-002).
3. Print a 1-dot grid pattern with A3/11" x 17" paper. Refer to the following table
for detailed SP mode settings:
SP5-997 (Test Pattern) Setting
Mode
Normal, color, 600 dpi
Normal, color, 1200 dpi
Tray
selection
2
2
Pattern
Color mode
Resolution
05
05
Full Color
Full Color
600x600
1200x1200
Paper size
(By-pass)
—
—
NOTE: You need to do each adjustment with the paper type normally used by
the customer.
4. Check the tendency of color shift in the grid pattern printed in step 3. At times,
a magnification scope must be used to measure the amount of color shift
between colors.
5. Go to the next step (fusing/registration roller speed adjustment) if the result is
not within the target.
Fusing/ Registration Roller Speed Adjustment
SP mode (sub-scan registration) reset
1. Make sure that the SMC sheets (SP5-990-002) have been printed out.
2. Reset the setting of SP5-993-016 to 021 to "0."
Transfer belt aging
1. Remove all PCUs. Place them on clean sheets of paper. Cover the drums with
a few sheets of paper to keep the drums away from light. Then secure the drum
positioning plate (2 screws). Then return the transfer unit release lever to the
original position.
2. Perform the transfer belt idling with SP5-804-066 (Drum M M CW) for about 3
minutes. (This stabilizes the transfer belt side-to-side movement.)
3. Reinstall the PCUs.
4. Perform adjustments ( 3.9.1).
5. Print a 1-dot grid pattern with A3/11" x 17" paper in 600 dpi mode.
6. Follow the troubleshooting guide if the color shift in the main-scan direction is
not within the adjustment standard.
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Fusing roller speed adjustment
1. Do the line position adjustment (SP5-993-002 or “Auto Adjust” in User Program
mode).
2. Print a 1-dot grid pattern for each of the following modes with A3/11" x 17"
paper.
(1) Normal, 600 dpi
(2) Normal, 1200 dpi
(3) Thick, 1200 dpi
3. Do the troubleshooting procedure (Sub-scan/Trailing edge) if the color has
shifted within 100 mm from the trailing edge.
Registration roller speed adjustment (for color mode)
2. Print a 1-dot grid pattern for each of the following modes with A3/11" x 17"
paper.
(1) Normal, 600 dpi
(2) Normal, 1200 dpi
3. Do the troubleshooting procedure (Sub-scan/Leading edge) if the color has
shifted within 100 mm from the leading edge.
NOTE: The registration roller speed for by-pass paper feed is the same as for
normal 1200 dpi mode.
Line position fine adjustment for sub-scan
1. Print a 1-dot grid pattern each for each of the following modes with A3/11" x 17"
paper.
Mode
Normal, color, 600 dpi
Normal, color, 1200 dpi
Thick paper
Tray
selection
2
2
0
SP5-997 (Test Pattern) Setting
Color
Pattern
Resolution
mode
05
Full Color
600x600
05
Full Color 1200x1200
05
Full Color 1200x1200
Paper size
(By-pass)
A3 / 11x17
2. Check if there is any color shift from the black line by the same amount all the
way down the page from leading to trailing edge. Follow the troubleshooting
procedure (Sub-scan/Whole image) if there is.
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Troubleshooting
1. Do the line position adjustment (SP5-993-002 or “Auto Adjust” in User Program
mode).
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Registration roller speed adjustment (For B&W mode)
1. Input the following values in the SP modes:
SP1-004-006 = (Value of SP1-004-005)
SP1-007-002 = (Value of SP1-004-005)
SP1-005-002 = (Value of SP1-004-005) – 0.2%
2. Print a 2-dot pattern (pattern 12) with A3/11" x 17" paper.
Mode
Normal color 600 dpi
Tray
selection
2
SP5-997 (Test Pattern) Setting
Single
Pattern
Color Mode Resolution
Color
12
6 (Black) Single Color 600x600
3. A horizontal band may show at 60 mm (2.76") from the leading edge on A3 (11"
x 17") paper. This depends on the paper used. Decrease the setting of SP1004-006 in 0.05% steps until the problem is solved if the horizontal band shows
on the 2-dot pattern.
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4.5.4 BLACK OVER PRINT
Black over print does not let unexpected white lines show when black letters or
lines are printed with color background. You can enable or disable this feature from
the printer driver (default: disabled).
Black over print has the following bad effects when it is enabled:
• Crispness may deteriorate because the black toner spreads out.
• More toner is consumed.
• The background color may be seen through black letters or lines.
[D]
Black Over Print Disabled
[A]
Y
M
1
1. The color toner (for example,
magenta [B] and yellow [A] toner)
is transferred on the paper [C].
Some space [D] is left blank for
the black toner.
Y
M
Y
1
M
[B]
[C]
Y
K
M
2. The black toner [E] is transferred
in the blank space.
[E]
An unexpected white line [F] shows if
the line position of the black toner is
not correct.
Y
1
M
Y
K
M
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[F]
Black Over Print Enabled
Black lines and color background are
printed as follows:
[A]
1. The color toner (for example,
magenta [B] and yellow [A] toner)
is transferred on the paper [C].
2. The black toner [D] is transferred
on the color toner.
1
Y
Y
Y
M
M
M
Y
K
Y
Y
M
M
M
Y
M
Y
M
[B]
[C]
[D]
K
An unexpected white line does not
show even if the line position of the
black toner is not correct.
1
Y
M
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Troubleshooting
Black lines and color background are
printed as follows:
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ELECTRICAL COMPONENT DEFECTS
4.6 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT DEFECTS
4.6.1 SENSORS
Component
TD sensor
CN
K: 210-A3
C: 210-B9
M: 209-A19
Y: 210-A9
Transfer belt
sensor
210-A12
ID sensor
Rear: 228-3
Center: 228-4, 7
Front: 228-8
Paper end sensor
Tray1: 205-A5
Tray2: 205-B9
By-pass: 209-A15
Paper lift sensor
Tray1: 205-A2
Tray2: 205-B6
Condition
Open
Shorted
Open
Shorted
Open
Open
Shorted
Paper Jam is detected even if there
is no paper.
Shorted
Open
Shorted
205-A8
208-B11
Open
Registration
sensor
209-B2
Fusing exit sensor
212-A7
Shorted
Open
Shorted
Open
Paper exit sensor
212-B5
Shorted
Paper overflow
sensor
Open
212-A2
Shorted
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SC385
The Paper End indicator lights even
if paper is placed in the paper tray.
The Paper End indicator does not
light even if there is no paper in the
paper tray.
The bottom plate of the paper feed
unit is not lifted up.
SC501/502
Paper Jam is detected whenever a
print is made.
Paper Jam is detected even if there
is no paper.
Paper Jam is detected whenever a
print is made.
Open
Shorted
Vertical transport
sensor
SC471
Shorted
Open
Relay sensor
Symptom
SC370/371/372/373
SC370/371/372/373 or
SC374/375/376/377
Paper Jam is detected whenever a
print is made.
Paper Jam is detected even if there
is no paper.
Paper Jam is detected whenever a
print is made.
Paper Jam is detected even if there
is no paper.
Paper Jam is detected whenever a
print is made.
Paper Jam is detected even if there
is no paper.
The paper overflow message is not
shown even when a paper overflow
condition exists. This causes a
paper jam.
The paper overflow message
shows.
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Component
Toner end sensor
CN
K: 209-A2
Y: 206-A7
C: 206-A4
M: 206-A1
Drum gear
position sensor
K: 213-13
CMY: 210-B12
Belt mark sensor
215-3
Condition
Open
Shorted
Open
Shorted
Open
Shorted
Open
Waste toner
sensor
213-4
Shorted
Symptom
Toner near end may not be
detected even when the toner near
end condition is satisfied.
Toner near end may be detected
even when the toner near end
condition is not satisfied.
SC440
Dancing control does not function.
Waste toner near full message
shows, even when a waste toner
near full condition does not exist.
Waste toner near full message is
not shown even when a waste toner
near full condition exists. This
causes a waste toner leak.
Troubleshooting
NOTE: The CN numbers are the connector numbers on the BCU.
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BLOWN FUSE CONDITIONS
4.7 BLOWN FUSE CONDITIONS
Main PSU
The table lists the fuses on the main power supply unit.
Fuse
Rating
220 - 240 V
—
8A/250V
FU1
CB1
115 V
15A/125V
—
FU2
10A/125V
5 A/250V
FU91
10 A/125V
10 A/125V
FU92
6.3 A/125V
6.3 A/125V
FU93
2A/250V
–
Symptom when turning on the main
switch
No response (No power is supplied to
the electrical components.)
No response (No DC power is
supplied to the electrical components.)
The 24V DC power is not supplied.
The message, “Close Front Cover,”
shows.
"SC 471 Power Off On" shows on the
operation panel.
No response (No DC power is
supplied to the electrical components.)
Sub PSU
The table lists the fuses on the sub power supply unit.
Fuse
Rating
115V
220–240V
F1
4A/250V
3.15A/250V
F2
8A/250V
8A/250V
Symptom when turning on the main
switch
The two-tray finisher or booklet
finisher is not detected. “Close Duplex
Unit Cover” shows.
The two-tray finisher or booklet
finisher is not detected. “Close Duplex
Unit Cover” shows.
4.8 LEDS (BCU)
LED
LED 3 (Red)
LED 2 (Green)
LED 1 (Yellow)
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Status
Blinking
The Main CPU functions
correctly.
The MUSIC CPU functions
correctly.
The DSP functions correctly.
Stays OFF or ON
The Main CPU does not function
correctly.
The MUSIC CPU does not function
correctly.
The DSP does not function correctly.
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SERVICE TABLES
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SERVICE PROGRAM MODE
5. SERVICE TABLES
5.1 SERVICE PROGRAM MODE
CAUTION
Before you start the service program mode, make sure that the printer is
not processing data. The Data In LED lights or blinks when the printer is
processing data.
5.1.1 HANDLING SERVICE PROGRAM MODE
IMPORTANT
Do not let the user get access to the service program mode. If a person other
than service representatives gets access to the service program mode, the
machine quality is not guaranteed.
[A]
[B]
Online
[C]
Escape
Job Reset
Enter
[E]
Menu
Power
Data In
Alert
[D]
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Starting SP Mode
Start the service program mode as shown in procedure A or B.
NOTE: The printer goes offline status while the service program mode is used.
A: When the main power switch is off
1. Push the on-line key [A] and the escape key [B] and hold them down.
2. Turn on the main power switch.
3. Hold the keys until the message “SYSTEM ver X.XX” is shown (where X.XX is
the firmware version).
B: When the main power switch is on
1. Push the up arrow key [C] and down key [D] together for 5 seconds or more.
2. Push the enter key. The message “SYSTEM ver X.XX” is shown (where X.XX
is the firmware version).
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Service Tables
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SERVICE PROGRAM MODE
Selecting a Service Program
1. Use the up arrow key or the down arrow key to use one of these:
• 1. Service: Gets access to the Controller Service Mode
• 2. Engine: Gets access to the Engine Service Mode
• 3: End:
Goes out of the SP Mode
2. Push the enter key [E].
3. Use the up arrow key or the down arrow key to find the necessary service
program.
4. Push the enter key.
5. To go back to step 1, push the escape key one or more times.
Changing a Setting
1. Start a service program (Selecting a Service Program). The current setting is
shown.
2. Push the up arrow key or the down arrow key to input a value.
3. Push the enter key. The setting is changed.
NOTE: The setting does not change if you do not push the enter key.
To enable some settings, you must turn the main power switch off and on
(Enabling Settings).
Quitting SP Mode
1. Push the escape key one or more times until one of these is shown
• 1. Service
• 2. Engine
2. Push the up arrow key or the down arrow key until this is shown:
• 3: End
3. Push the enter key.
Enabling Settings
To enable the settings shown in this
table, you must turn the main power
switch off and on after you go out of
SP Mode.
Line Position Adjustment
SP Modes Related to
the Engine
SP2-208-009
SP2-213-001
SP2-224-001 to 004
SP5-905-007
SP5-930-001 to 005
SP5-994-001 and 002
SP Modes Related to
the Controller
SP5-009-001
SP5-961-001
SP5-824-001
SP5-825-001
SP5-869
If you change the settings of SP5-993-013 to 015, the new settings have an effect
on the next line position adjustment.
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5.1.2 REMARKS
Abbreviations and Symbols
These are the symbols and abbreviations in the service mode tables.
( 5.2.1/5.3.1).
Paper Type
N
Normal paper
TH
Thick paper
MT
Middle Thick paper
SP
Special Paper
Color Mode
[Color] Full-color mode
[K]
Black in B&W mode
[Y]
Yellow in full-color mode
[M]
Magenta in full-color mode
[C]
Cyan in the full-color mode
[YMC] Yellow, magenta, and cyan
[FC]
Full-color mode
[FC, K] Black in the full-color mode
[FC, Y] Same as [Y]
[FC, M] Same as [M]
[FC, C] Same as [C]
Storage
*
The setting is stored in the NVRAM
(engine) or NVRAM (printer
controller). If you clear the RAM, the
setting returns to the default.
BCU The setting is stored in the NVRAM
on the BCU board.
CTL The setting is stored in the NVRAM
on the controller board.
Other
#
You must turn the main power
switch off and on to enable the
setting.
Service Tables
Paper Feed Station
P
Paper tray
B
By-pass tray
Line Speed
H
162 mm/s (only for G130)
M
162 mm/s (G131)/ 125 mm/s (G130)
L
81 mm/s
Fusing Section
H
Heating roller
P
Pressure roller
Print Mode
S
Simplex
D
Duplex
Special Setting
FA
Factory setting (The setting could
be adjusted before transportation.
See the SMC Report behind the
front cover.)
DFU
Design/Factory Use only (Do not
change the setting.)
Possible Values
The service mode tables ( 5.2.1/5.3.1) show the possible values as follows:
[Adjustable range / Default setting / Step] Alphanumeric
where “Alphanumeric” shows that the setting is displayed by numbers and letters.
In this type of example, the letters are not shown in the service mode tables.
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Process Speed
Some service programs are related to the line speed and the print speed. The line
speed and the print speed change with the print mode (black & white/color), the
resolution, and the paper type as shown in the table.
Mode
B/W
Color
OHP/Thick
G130/G131
Resolution (dpi)
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
Line speed (mm/s)
81
G130: 125
G131: 162
81
Print speed (ppm)
G130: 32
G131: 35
17
G130: 28
G131: 35
17
81
14
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CONTROLLER SERVICE MODE
5.2 CONTROLLER SERVICE MODE
5.2.1 SERVICE MODE TABLE
[Bit Switch]
Bit Switch 1
Bit Switch 2
Bit Switch 3
Bit Switch 4
Bit Switch 5
Bit Switch 6
Bit Switch 7
Bit Switch 8
1003
[Clear Setting]
1003 001 Init. System
1003 003 Delete Program
*CTL Adjusts bit switch settings. DFU
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
Initializes settings in the System menu of the user
mode.
DFU
1004
[Print Summary]
Prints the service summary sheet (a summary of all the controller settings).
1005
[Disp. Version]
Displays the version of the controller firmware.
1101
1101 001
1101 002
1101 003
[ToneCtlSet]
Tone (Factory)
Tone (Prev.)
Tone (Current)
1102
*CTL
[ToneCtlSet]
Sets the printing mode (resolution) for the printer gamma adjustment. The asterisk
(*) shows which mode is set.
• *1200x1200Photo • 600x600Text
• 1200x600Text
• 1200x1200Text
• 600x600Photo
• 1200x600Photo
1103
[PrnColorSheet]
1103 001 ToneCtlSheet
1103 002 ColorChart
1104
1104 001
1104 021
1104 041
1104 061
1104 002
1104 022
1104 042
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*CTL Recalls a set of gamma settings. This can be
*CTL either a) the factory setting, b) the previous
*CTL setting, or c) the current setting.
Prints the test page to check the color balance
before and after the gamma adjustment.
[ToneCtlValue]
Adjusts the printer gamma for the mode selected in the Mode Selection menu.
Set Black 1
*CTL [0 to 255 / 16 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 1
*CTL
Set Magenta 1
*CTL
Set Yellow 1
*CTL
Set Black 2
*CTL [0 to 255 / 32 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 2
*CTL
Set Magenta 2
*CTL
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Service Tables
1001
1001 001
1001 002
1001 003
1001 004
1001 005
1001 006
1001 007
1001 008
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1104
1104 062
1104 003
1104 023
1104 043
1104 063
1104 004
1104 024
1104 044
1104 064
1104 005
1104 025
1104 045
1104 065
1104 006
1104 026
1104 046
1104 066
1104 007
1104 027
1104 047
1104 067
1104 008
1104 028
1104 048
1104 068
1104 009
1104 029
1104 049
1104 069
1104 010
1104 030
1104 050
1104 070
1104 011
1104 031
1104 051
1104 071
1104 012
1104 032
1104 052
1104 072
1104 013
1104 033
1104 053
1104 073
1104 014
1104 034
1104 054
1104 074
1104 015
1104 035
1104 055
1104 075
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[ToneCtlValue]
Adjusts the printer gamma for the mode selected in the Mode Selection menu.
Set Yellow 2
*CTL [0 to 255 / 32 / 1/step]
Set Black 3
*CTL [0 to 255 / 48 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 3
*CTL
Set Magenta 3
*CTL
Set Yellow 3
*CTL
Set Black 4
*CTL [0 to 255 / 64 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 4
*CTL
Set Magenta 4
*CTL
Set Yellow 4
*CTL
Set Black 5
*CTL [0 to 255 / 80 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 5
*CTL
Set Magenta 5
*CTL
Set Yellow 5
*CTL
Set Black 6
*CTL [0 to 255 / 96 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 6
*CTL
Set Magenta 6
*CTL
Set Yellow 6
*CTL
Set Black 7
*CTL [0 to 255 / 112 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 7
*CTL
Set Magenta 7
*CTL
Set Yellow 7
*CTL
Set Black 8
*CTL [0 to 255 / 128 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 8
*CTL
Set Magenta 8
*CTL
Set Yellow 8
*CTL
Set Black 9
*CTL [0 to 255 / 144 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 9
*CTL
Set Magenta 9
*CTL
Set Yellow 9
*CTL
Set Black 10
*CTL [0 to 255 / 160 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 10
*CTL
Set Magenta 10
*CTL
Set Yellow 10
*CTL
Set Black 11
*CTL [0 to 255 / 176 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 11
*CTL
Set Magenta 11
*CTL
Set Yellow 11
*CTL
Set Black 12
*CTL [0 to 255 / 192 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 12
*CTL
Set Magenta 12
*CTL
Set Yellow 12
*CTL
Set Black 13
*CTL [0 to 255 / 208 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 13
*CTL
Set Magenta 13
*CTL
Set Yellow 13
*CTL
Set Black 14
*CTL [0 to 255 / 224 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 14
*CTL
Set Magenta 14
*CTL
Set Yellow 14
*CTL
Set Black 15
*CTL [0 to 255 / 240 / 1/step]
Set Cyan 15
*CTL
Set Magenta 15
*CTL
Set Yellow 15
*CTL
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1105
[ToneCtlSave]
Saves the print gamma (adjusted with the Gamma Adj.) as the new Current Setting.
Before the machine stores the new “current setting”, it moves the data stored as the
“current setting” to the “previous setting” memory-storage location.
1106
[Toner Limit]
Adjusts the maximum toner amount for image development.
1106 001 TonerLimitPhot
*CTL [100 to 400 / 260 / 1 %/step]
1106 002 TonerLimitText
*CTL [100 to 400 / 190 / 1 %/step]
1107
[FactoryTestPrt]
Prints the test page to check the color balance before transportation (600 x 600 2
bit). DFU
5.2.2 BIT SWITCH PROGRAMMING
Do not change the bit switches unless you are told to do this by the manufacturer.
1. Start the SP mode. The “Service” menu is shown.
2. Press the enter key two times.
4. Push the enter key.
5. Set the value with these keys:
• [] []: Moves the cursor to one of the adjacent bits.
• [Escape]: Goes out of the program without saving changes.
• [Enter]: Goes out of the program and saves changes.
NOTE: The digit at the left [A] is bit 7 and the digit at Sw#1
the right [B] is bit 0.
bit0
6. Push the escape key one or more times until the
menu “Service” is shown.
[A]
[B]
00000000
_
7. Select “End” and push the enter key.
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3. To select a bit switch, press the up arrow key or the down arrow key.
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5.3 ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5.3.1 SERVICE MODE TABLE
SP1-XXX (Feed)
1001
1001 001
1001 002
1001 003
1001 004
1001 005
1001 006
1001 007
1001 008
1001 009
[Lead Edge Reg.] Leading Edge Registration
(Paper Type, [Color], Process Speed), Paper Type -> N: Normal, OHP, TH: Thick
N [K] L
*BCU Adjusts the leading edge registration. This SP
N [K] M
*BCU changes the registration clutch operation timing.
N [K] H
*BCU [-10.0 to 10.0 / 0.0 / 0.1 mm/step] FA
N [FC] L
*BCU
N [FC] M
*BCU
TH [K]
*BCU
TH [FC]
*BCU
OHP [K]
*BCU
OHP [FC]
*BCU
1002
1002 001
1002 002
1002 003
1002 004
1002 005
1002 006
[S-to-S Reg.] Side-to-Side Registration
By-pass Table
*BCU Adjusts the side-to-side registration. This SP
Paper Tray 1
*BCU changes the laser main scan start position.
Paper Tray 2
*BCU [-10.0 to 10.0 / 0.0 / 0.1 mm/step] FA
Paper Tray 3
*BCU
Paper Tray 4
*BCU
Duplex
*BCU
1003
[Paper Buckle] Paper Buckle
(Paper Tray or By-pass, Paper Type, Process Speed), Paper Type: N: Normal, TH:
Thick
PL
*BCU Adjusts the amount of paper buckle at the
PM
*BCU registration roller. This SP changes the paper feed
PH
*BCU timing.
BNL
*BCU [-10 to 10 / 0 / 1 mm/step]
BNM
*BCU
BNH
*BCU
B TH
*BCU
B OHP
*BCU
1003 001
1003 002
1003 003
1003 004
1003 005
1003 006
1003 007
1003 008
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1004
1004 001
1004 002
1004 003
1004 004
1004 005
1004 006
1004 007
[Dev. Mt Speed] Development Drive Motor Speed
([Color], Process Speed, Paper Type), Paper Type -> N: Normal, TH: Thick
Adjusts the development drive motor speed for correcting color shifts at the leading
edge or trailing edge area.
Black Motor [K]:
Adjusts fusing roller speed for the trailing edge area.
Color Motor [YMC]:
Adjusts registration roller speed for the leading edge area.
NOTE:
• SP1-004-002 and 005 is for color mode. Fine adjustment for B&W mode can be
done with SP1-005-001 and 002.
• SP1-004-004 is for normal paper. Fine adjustment for thick paper can be done
with SP1-005-003.
[K] L N
*BCU [90.0 to 108.0 / 93.9 / 0.1 %/step]
[K] M
*BCU [90.0 to 108.0 / 93.6 / 0.1 %/step]
[K] H
*BCU [90.0 to 108.0 / 93.2 / 0.1 %/step]
[YMC] L
*BCU [96.00 to 104.00 / 100.0 / 0.05 %/step]
[YMC] M
*BCU
[YMC] H
*BCU
[K] L TH
*BCU [90.0 to 108.0 / 93.9 / 0.1 %/step]
[Dev. Mt Speed2] Development Drive Motor Speed 2
([Color], Process Speed, Paper Type), Paper Type -> TH: Thick
1005 001 [K]
*BCU [-0.2 to 1.0 / 0.2 / 0.1 %/step]
Adjusts the black development drive motor speed for the B&W 162mm/s process
speed. The value stored in this SP mode is different from SP1-004-002 (see the
note for SP 1-004).
Black development motor speed for B/W at 162 mm/s = Black development motor
speed for color mode at 162 mm/s (1-004-002) + 1-005-001.
At the 162mm/s process speed, the transfer unit position for B&W is different than
for color mode. The transfer unit position affects the paper transport quality, causing
the paper to flip up at the fusing section if the same speed as color mode is used for
B&W mode. To minimize the occurrence of paper flipping up, which causes
smeared images in the trailing area, this SP mode can change the motor speed in
B&W mode.
1005 002 [YMC]
*BCU [-1.00 to 1.00 / 0 / 0.05 %/step] FA
Adjusts the color development drive motor speed for the B&W 162mm/s process
speed. The value stored in this SP mode is different from SP1-004-005 (see the
note for SP 1-004).
YMC development motor speed for B/W at 162 mm/s = YMC development motor
speed for color mode at 162 mm/s (1-004-005) + 1-005-002
At the 162mm/s process speed, the transfer unit position for B&W is different than
for color mode. The transfer unit position affects the paper transport speed slightly.
This SP mode can adjust the motor speed for B&W mode.
1005 003 [YMC] TH
*BCU [-0.30 to 0.30 / 0 / 0.05 %/step]
Adjust the color development drive motor speed for thick paper in by-pass mode.
The value stored in this SP mode is different from SP1-004-004 (see the note for SP
1-004).
Normal and thick paper are different types of paper, and this sometime causes color
shift due to paper slippage. This SP mode can change the motor speed for thick
paper.
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1005
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[Dev. Mt Speed2] Development Drive Motor Speed 2
([Color], Process Speed, Paper Type), Paper Type -> TH: Thick
1005 004 Color: L: [K]
*BCU [-0.40 to 0.40 / 0 / 0.05 %/step]
Adjusts the color development drive motor speed for the B&W 81mm/s process
speed. The value stored in this SP mode is different from SP1-004-004 (see the
note for SP 1-004).
YMC development motor speed for B/W at 81 mm/s = YMC development motor
speed for color mode at 81 mm/s (1-004-004) + 1-005-004.
At the 81 mm/s process speed, the transfer unit position for B&W is different than for
color mode. The transfer unit position affects the paper transport speed slightly. This
SP mode can adjust the motor speed for B&W mode.
1005
1006
1006 001
1006 002
1006 003
1006 004
1006 005
1006 006
1006 007
1006 008
1006 009
1006 010
1006 011
1006 012
[Dev. Mt Speed3] Development Drive Motor Speed 3
([Color], Process Speed, Paper Type), Paper Type -> SP: Special
Adjusts the development motor speed for special paper.
[K] L SP
*BCU [-4.0 to 4.0 / 0 / 0.1 %/step]
[K] M SP
*BCU
[YMC] L SP
*BCU [-0.4 to 0.4 / -0.1 / 0.05 %/step]
[YMC] M SP
*BCU
[K] L SP2
*BCU [-0.4 to 0.4 / 0.0 / 0.05 %/step]
[YMC] L SP2
*BCU [-0.4 to 0.4 / -0.1 / 0.05 %/step]
[K] L SP3, 4
*BCU [-0.4 to 0.4 / 0.0 / 0.05 %/step]
[K] M SP3, 4
*BCU
[K] H SP3, 4
*BCU [-0.4 to 0.4 / 0.0 / 0.05 %/step]
This SP is only for G130.
[YMC] L SP3, 4
*BCU [-0.4 to 0.4 / -0.1 / 0.05 %/step]
[YMC] M SP3, 4
*BCU
[YMC] H SP3, 4
*BCU
[Dev. Mt Speed4] Development Drive Motor Speed 4
1007
1007 001 [CL] Mail TH
*BCU [-1.00 to 0.00 / -0.40 / 0.05%/step]
Adjusts the development motor speed for postcards.
1007 002 [YMC] L [K] TH
*BCU [-0.40 to 0.40 / 0.00 / 0.05/step]
Adjusts the registration line speed for the B&W mode for thick paper. The line speed
is calculated as follows:
Line speed = SP1-004-004 + SP1-005-003 + SP1-007-002
1007 003 [K] L TH2, 3, 4
*BCU [-0.40 to 0.40 / 0.00 / 0.05/step]
Adjusts the fusing line speed for the color mode for thick paper 2, 3, 4. The line
speed is calculated as follows:
Line speed = SP1-004-001 + SP1-007-003
1007 004 [YMC] L [CL] TH2, 3, 4
*BCU [-0.40 to 0.40 / -0.1 / 0.05/step]
Adjusts the registration line speed for the color mode for thick paper. The line speed
is calculated as follows:
Line speed = SP1-004-004 + SP1-007-004
1007 005 [YMC] L [Bk] TH2, 3, 4
*BCU [-0.40 to 0.40 / -0.1 / 0.05/step]
Adjusts the registration line speed for the B&W mode for thick paper. The line speed
is calculated as follows:
Line speed = SP1-004-004+ SP1-007-005
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1008 001
1008 002
1008 003
1008 004
1008 005
1008 006
1008 008
1008 009
1008 010
1008 011
1008 012
1008 013
1008 014
1008 015
1008 016
1008 017
[Drum MT Speed] Drum Motor Speed Adjustment
Adjusts the drum speed. This SP does not change the transfer belt speed.
[CL] L
*BCU [0 to 10/ 3 / 1 /step] DFU
[CL] M
*BCU
[Bk] L
*BCU
[Bk] M
*BCU
OHP
*BCU
MUSIC
*BCU
[Bk] H
*BCU
[CL] L SP2
*BCU [0 to 10/ 3 / 1 /step] DFU
[Bk] L SP2
*BCU
[CL] L SP3, 4
*BCU
[CL] M SP3, 4
*BCU
[Bk] L SP3, 4
*BCU
[Bk] M SP3, 4
*BCU
[Bk] H SP3, 4
*BCU
[CL] L TH2, 3, 4
*BCU [0 to 10 / 3 / 1 /step] DFU
[Bk] L TH2, 3, 4
*BCU
[Fusing Cont.] Fusing Control
1104
1104 001 Control Method
*BCU
1104 025
1104
1104 026
1104 027
1104 028
1104 029
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[ 0 or 1 / 0 / - ] Alphanumeric
0: ON/OFF Control
1: Phase Control
Selects the fusing control method.
NOTE: This mode can be used only for N. America models
Process Speed
*BCU [ 0 to 8 / 4 (G130) or 5 (G131) / 1 /step]
0: CL: L
1: CL: M
2: OHP, Thick
3: B/W: L
4: B/W: H
5: B/W: M
6: CL: M MidThick
7: B/W: H MidThick
8: B/W: M MidThick
Selects the power-on default target fusing operation temperature.
The target operating fusing temperature depends on the process speed. When the
machine is switched on, it starts warming up for the process speed specified in this
SP mode.
[Fusing Stand By]
H: Offset Temp
*BCU [ –20 to 20 / 15 / 1oC /step]
Sets the heating roller offset temperature for the 1st print condition after the heating
roller temperature reaches the ready temperature.
P: Offset Temp
*BCU [ –20 to 20 / 5 / 1oC /step]
Sets the pressure roller offset temperature for the 1st print condition after the
pressure roller temperature reaches the ready temperature.
H: Offset Temp
*BCU [ –20 to 20 / 15 / 1oC /step]
Sets the heating roller offset temperature for the 1st print condition before the
heating roller temperature reaches the ready temperature..
P: Offset Temp
*BCU [ –20 to 20 / 5 / 1oC /step]
Sets the heating roller offset temperature for the 1st print condition before the
pressure roller temperature reaches the ready temperature..
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[Fusing Cont.] Fusing Control
1104
1104 031 Temp Control
*BCU
[ 0 to 2 / 2 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: off
1: out of FD/FU Single on
2: on
The meanings of displayed "FD" and "FU"
FD: When a single printed paper is fed to the
standard tray
FU: When a printed paper is fed to the external
tray.
Selects the temperature control condition.
[Fusing Temp.] Fusing Temperature
(Heating or Pressure roller: Paper Type, [Color], Simplex/Duplex, Process Speed)
Paper Type -> N: Normal, OHP. TH: Thick, MT: Middle Thick, SP: Special
Some settings of fusing temperature depend on the destination (US or
Europe/Asia).
US: Setting for US, EU: Setting for Europe/Asia
1105 001 H: Ready
*BCU [10 to 100 / 10 / 1oC/step]
Sets the heating roller temperature for the printing ready condition.
After the main switch has been turned on, the machine enters the print ready
condition when the heating roller temperature reaches the temperature specified in
this SP mode.
When the machine is in the recovery mode from the energy saver or auto off mode,
the machine becomes ready when both heating and pressure roller temperatures
reach the specified temperature.
Ready temperature = (Target temperature specified in SP1-104-25 or 105-4 to 129)
– Temperature specified in this SP mode.
1105 002 P: Ready
*BCU [10 to 100 / 30 / 1oC/step]
Sets the pressure roller temperature for the printing ready condition.
Ready temperature = (Target temperature specified in SP1-104-25 or 105-4 to 129)
– Temperature specified in this SP mode
The following SPs set the target temperatures of the heating and pressure rollers. (NA: North
America, EU: Europe and Asia, L: Low speed [81 mm/s], M: Middle speed [125 mm/s (G130)/162
mm/s (G131)], H: High speed [162 mm/s (only for G130)]
1105 004 H: N [K] S M
*BCU [100 to 190 / 160 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
1105 005 H: N [K] S H
*BCU [100 to 190 / 160 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
1105 006 H: N [K] D M
*BCU [100 to 190 / 160 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
1105 007 H: N [K] D H
*BCU [100 to 190 / 160 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
1105 008 H: N [FC] S L
*BCU [100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
1105 009 H: N [FC] S M
*BCU [100 to 190 / G130: 140, G131: 160 / 5°C/step]
1105 010 H: N [FC] D L
*BCU [100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
1105 011 H: N [FC] D M
*BCU [100 to 190 / G130: 140, G131: 160 / 5°C/step]
1105 013 H: OHP
*BCU [100 to 190 / 145 / 5°C/step]
1105 015 P: N [K] S M
*BCU [0 to 190 / 145 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
1105 016 P: N [K] S H
*BCU [0 to 190 / 145 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
1105 017 P: N [K] D M
*BCU [0 to 190 / 145 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
1105 018 P: N [K] D H
*BCU [0 to 190 / 145 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
1105 019 P: N [FC] S L
*BCU [0 to 190 / 130 / 5°C/step]
1105 020 P: N [FC] S M
*BCU [0 to 190 / G130: 130, G131: 145 / 5°C/step]
1105 021 P: N [FC] D L
*BCU [0 to 190 / 130 / 5°C/step]
1105 022 P: N [FC] D M
*BCU [0 to 190 / G130: 130, G131: 145 / 5°C/step]
1105 024 P: OHP
*BCU [0 to 190 / 130 / 5°C/step]
1105
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1105
1105 026
1105 028
1105 029
1105 030
1105 031
1105 032
1105 033
1105 034
1105 035
1105 036
1105 037
1105 038
1105 051
1105 052
1105 053
1105 054
1105 055
1105 056
1105 057
1105 058
1105 059
1105 060
1105 061
1105 062
1105 063
1105 064
1105 065
1105 066
1105 067
1105 068
1105 069
1105 070
1105 071
1105 072
1105 073
1105 074
1105 081
1105 082
1105 083
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[Fusing Temp.] Fusing Temperature
(Heating or Pressure roller: Paper Type, [Color], Simplex/Duplex, Process Speed)
Paper Type -> N: Normal, OHP. TH: Thick, MT: Middle Thick, SP: Special
Some settings of fusing temperature depend on the destination (US or
Europe/Asia).
US: Setting for US, EU: Setting for Europe/Asia
H: TH
*BCU [0 to 190 / 155 / 5°C/step]
P: TH
*BCU [0 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
H: Envelop
*BCU [0 to 190 / 155 / 5°C/step]
P: Envelop
*BCU [0 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
H: Offset Temp
*BCU [1 to 20 / 5 / 1°C/step]
Sets the heating roller temperature for the printing start condition when changing the
process speed.
Fusing temperature must be decreased when the machine changes to a process
speed that is slower than the current process speed (for example, when the speed
changes from 162 mm/s to 81 mm/s). The machine idles while reducing the fusing
temperature. When the fusing temperature becomes lower than the ready
temperature, the machine starts printing.
Ready Temperature = Target temperature + Temperature specified in this SP mode.
P: Offset Temp
*BCU [1 to 20 / 10 / 1°C/step]
Sets the pressure roller temperature for the printing start condition when changing
the process speed.
H: SP: L
*BCU [-20 to 30 / –5 / 1°C/step]
H: SP: M
*BCU
H: SP: H
*BCU [-20 to 30 / –5 / 1°C/step] Only for G130
P: SP: L
*BCU [-20 to 30 / –5 / 1°C/step]
P: SP: M
*BCU [-20 to 30 / –5 / 1°C/step]
P: SP: H
*BCU [-20 to 30 / –5 / 1°C/step] Only for G130
H: N [K] S: L
*BCU [100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
H: N [K] D: L
*BCU
P: N [K] S: L
*BCU [100 to 190 / 130 / 5°C/step]
P: N [K] D: L
*BCU
H: MT [K] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 175 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
H: MT [K] S H
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 175 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
H: MT [K] D M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 175 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
H: MT [K] D H
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 175 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
H: MT [FC] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 140 / 5°C/step]
H: MT [FC] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / G130: 155, G131: 175 / 5°C/step]
H: MT [FC] D L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 140 / 5°C/step]
H: MT [FC] D M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / G130: 155, G131: 175 / 5°C/step]
P: MT [K] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 150 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
P: MT [K] S H
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 150 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
P: MT [K] D M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 150 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
P: MT [K] D H
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 150 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
P: MT [FC] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
P: MT [FC] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / G130: 140, G131: 150 / 5°C/step]
P: MT [FC] D L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
P: MT [FC] D M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / G130: 140, G131: 150 / 5°C/step]
H: MT [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 140 / 5°C/step]
H: MT [K] D L
*BCU
P: MT [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
P: MT [K] D L
*BCU
H: SP2 [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 155 / 5°C/step]
H: SP2 [K] D L
*BCU
H: SP2 [FC] S L
*BCU
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1105
1105 084
1105 085
1105 086
1105 087
1105 088
1105 090
1105 091
1105 092
1105 093
1105 094
1105 095
1105 096
1105 097
1105 098
1105 099
1105 100
1105 101
1105 102
1105 103
1105 104
1105 105
1105 106
1105 107
1105 108
1105 109
1105 110
1105 111
1105 112
1105 113
1105 114
1105 115
1105 116
1105 117
1105 118
1105 119
1105 120
1105 121
1105 122
1105 123
1105 124
1105 125
1105 126
1105 127
1105 128
1105 129
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[Fusing Temp.] Fusing Temperature
(Heating or Pressure roller: Paper Type, [Color], Simplex/Duplex, Process Speed)
Paper Type -> N: Normal, OHP. TH: Thick, MT: Middle Thick, SP: Special
Some settings of fusing temperature depend on the destination (US or
Europe/Asia).
US: Setting for US, EU: Setting for Europe/Asia
H: SP2 [FC] D L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 155 / 5°C/step]
P: SP2 [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
P: SP2 [K] D L
*BCU
P: SP2 [FC] S L
*BCU
P: SP2 [FC] D L
*BCU
H: SP3 [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 155 / 5°C/step]
H: SP3 [K] D L
*BCU
H: SP3 [FC] S L
*BCU
H: SP3 [FC] D L
*BCU
P: SP3 [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
P: SP3 [K] D L
*BCU
P: SP3 [FC] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
P: SP3 [FC] D L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
H: SP3 [K] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 170 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
H: SP3 [K] D M
*BCU
H: SP3 [FC] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / G130: 165, G131: 170 / 5°C/step]
H: SP3 [FC] D M
*BCU
P: SP3 [K] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 150 / 5°C/step] Only for G131
P: SP3 [K] D M
*BCU
P: SP3 [FC] S M
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / G130: 145, G131: 150 / 5°C/step]
P: SP3 [FC] D M
*BCU
H: SP3 [K] S H
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 170 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
H: SP3 [K] D H
*BCU
P: SP3 [K] S H
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 150 / 5°C/step] Only for G130
P: SP3 [K] D H
*BCU
H: SP4 [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 180 / 5°C/step]
H: SP4 [K] D L
*BCU
H: SP4 [FC] S L
*BCU
H: SP4 [FC] D L
*BCU
P: SP4 [K] S L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 160 / 5°C/step]
P: SP4 [K] D L
*BCU
P: SP4 [FC] S L
*BCU
P: SP4 [FC] D L
*BCU
H: TH2 [K] L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 155 / 5°C/step]
H: TH2 [FC] L
*BCU
H: TH3 [K] L
*BCU
H: TH3 [FC] L
*BCU
H: TH4 [K] L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 180 / 5°C/step]
H: TH4 [FC] L
*BCU
P: TH2 [K] L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 135 / 5°C/step]
P: TH2 [FC] L
*BCU
P: TH3 [K] L
*BCU
P: TH3 [FC] L
*BCU
P: TH4 [K] L
*BCU [ 100 to 190 / 160 / 5°C/step]
P: TH4 [FC] L
*BCU
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[Temp. Display] Fusing Temperature Display (Heating or Pressure)
Displays the current temperature of the heating and pressure rollers.
1106 001 H Roller
[0 to 230 / - / 1°C/step]
1106 002 P Roller
1106
1912
1912 001
1912 002
1912 003
1912 004
1912 005
1912 006
1912 007
SM
[Machine Temp.] Machine Temperature Correction
Th: Threshold, Heating or Pressure roller
Corrects the fusing temperature depending on the temperature inside the machine.
If the temperature inside the machine is too high or low, this may cause hot or cold
offset image at the fusing section. To avoid the offset image, the fusing temperature
is corrected depending on the temperature inside machine, which is monitored by
the thermistor located on the right side of the laser optics housing unit. If the
temperature inside the machine is detected as high or low (based on the settings of
SP1-912-001 or 002), the fusing temperature is decreased or increased by the
temperature specified in SP1-912-003 to 006.
Th:High Temp
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1°C/step]
Sets the threshold for entering the high temperature condition.
Th:Low Temp
*BCU [0 to 50 / 17 / 1°C/step]
Sets the threshold for entering the low temperature condition.
H: High Temp
*BCU [0 to 15 / 0 / 1°C/step]
Sets the fusing temperature decrease for the high temperature condition.
P: High Temp
*BCU [0 to 15 / 0 / 1°C/step]
H: Low Temp
*BCU [0 to 15 / 5 / 1°C/step]
Sets the fusing temperature increase for the low temperature condition.
P: Low Temp
*BCU [0 to 15 / 5 / 1°C/step]
H: Temp Control
*BCU [10 to 50 / 34 / 1°C/step]
Decreases the fusing temperature by 10 °C if the temperature inside machine,
which is monitored by the thermistor located on the left side of the laser optics
housing unit, reaches the set temperature in this SP.
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G130/G131
Service Tables
[Paper Size] Tray Paper Size
1902
1902 001 Tray 1 A4/LT
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: A4, 1: LT
Specifies the paper size for tray 1. Tray 1 can only use these two sizes.
US: 1 FA
1902 002 Tray 2 B4/LG
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: B4, 1: LG
Specifies the paper size for tray 2. This specifies which size is detected for a sensor
output of 1101 (see section 6 for details).
US: 1 FA
1902 003 Tray 2 A4/LT
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: A4, 1: LT
Specifies the paper size for tray 2. This specifies which size is detected for a sensor
output of 0110 (see section 6 for details).
US: 1 FA
1902 004 Tray 2 B5/LT
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: LT, 1: B5
Specifies the paper size for tray 2. This specifies which size is detected for a sensor
output of 1011 (see section 6 for details).
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
1913
1913 001
1913 002
1913 003
1913 004
1913 005
1913 006
1913 007
1913 008
1913 009
1913 010
1914
1914 001
1914 002
1914 003
1914 004
1914 005
1914 006
1914 007
1914 008
1914 009
1914 010
[Temp. Cor. 1] Fusing Temperature Correction (Correction Timing)
Specifies the number of sheets to determine whether or not to apply the fusing
temperature correction. During a multi print job, the fusing temperature tends to
slightly overshoot around the 10th sheet and then stabilize. Temperature
overshooting may cause the glossiness to increase. To minimize the overshooting,
both fusing and pressure roller temperatures are decreased by the amount specified
in SP1-914 at the number of sheets specified in this SP mode, until the end of the
job. The temperatures are decreased in two steps.
Example: 162 mm/s line speed for G131
First step (also called 'Mode 1'): After 20 sheets (SP 1-913-2), temperature drops by
5°C (SP 1-914-2).
Second step (also called 'Mode 2'): After 50 sheets (SP 1-913-7), temperature drops
by 10°C (SP 1-914-7).
Narrow: LT/A4 SEF width or less
Wide: Wider than LT/A4 SEF
Mode 1: H
*BCU [1 to 255 / 20 / 1 sheet/step] Only for G130
Mode 1: M
*BCU [1 to 255 / 20 / 1 sheet/step]
Mode 1: L
*BCU
Mode 1 OHP narrow
*BCU
Mode 1: H: wide
*BCU
Mode 2: H
*BCU [1 to 255 / 50 / 1 sheet/step] Only for G130
Mode 2: M
*BCU [1 to 255 / 50 / 1 sheet/step]
Mode 2: L
*BCU
Mode 2: H: narrow
*BCU
Mode 2: H: wide
*BCU
[Temp. Cor. 2] Fusing Temperature Correction (Temperature Setting)
Specifies the temperature to be subtracted from the target temperatures specified in
SP1-105-4 to-30.
Narrow: LT/A4 SEF width or less
Wide: Wider than LT/A4 SEF
Temp 1:H
*BCU [0 to 20 / 5 / 5°C /step] Only for G130
Temp 1:M
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 5°C /step]
Temp 1:L
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 5°C /step]
Temp 1 OHP narrow
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 5°C /step]
Temp 1 OHP wide
*BCU
Temp 2:H
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 5°C /step] Only for G130
Temp 2:M
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 5°C /step]
Temp 2:L
*BCU
Temp 2 OHP narrow
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 5°C /step]
Temp 2 OHP wide
*BCU
1915
[Stand-by Time]
1915 001 Job Receiving
*BCU [0 to 180 / 60 / 10 seconds/step]
0: The machine does not shift to the stand-by
mode.
Specifies the time to shift the machine into the stand-by mode when not receiving a
print start command after receiving a print preparation command.
1915 002 Job End
*BCU [0 to 180 / 30 / 10 seconds/step]
0: The machine does not shift to the stand-by
mode.
Specifies the time to shift the machine into the stand-by mode after the last job is
completed.
G130/G131
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
1916 002
1916 003
1916 004
1916 005
*BCU [0 to 1 / 0 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Executes the extra idling operation after the fusing unit becomes ready just after the
main switch has been turned on.
Idling Time
*BCU [10 to 120 / 30 / 10 sec/step]
Specifies how long the extra idling operation is executed.
PreJob Mode
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / 1 /step]
0: OFF
1: ON
Executes the extra idling operation (4 seconds) after the fusing unit becomes ready
when a print job arrives at the printer.
Idling Time SP: H
*BCU [0 to 360 / 0 / 1 sec/step] DFU
Specifies how long the extra idling operation is executed when special paper is
used.
Pre Job Mode WUP
*BCU [0 to 3 / 1 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: H: on, M: off
1: H: on, M: on
2: H: off, M: on
3: H: off, M: off
Executes the idling operation if the process speed of a job meets this setting
(combination between high and middle speed) after meeting following conditions..
The idling operation continues until the fusing temperature reaches the printing
ready condition.
• Turning the main power on
• Recovering energy saver mode and off mode
• Jam recovery
• Door open
L: Low speed
81 mm/s (for all models)
M: Middle speed
125 mm/s (for G130) or 162 mm/s (for G131)
H: High speed
162 mm/s (only for G130)
1916 006 PreJob Mode Norm
*BCU [0 to 1 / 1 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Executes the idling operation for 2 seconds if the fusing temperature reaches the
printing ready condition when receiving a job for middle thick paper in color printing
mode.
1917
1917 001
SM
[Env Condition] Environmental Correction Condition
Time
*BCU [0 to 23.5 / 23.5 / 0.5 hour/step]
The machine cancels the environmental correction for low temperature
(SP1-912) after a prescribed time has passed after the machine is turned on, or,
recovers from energy saver mode.
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G130/G131
Service Tables
1916
[Idling Mode]
1916 001 Mode Set
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[OHP/TH Fusing] OHP/Thick Paper Fusing Temperature Correction
(Heating or Pressure Roller)
Specifies the temperature for starting a print job.
The fusing section is already warmed up when the last print job was completed. If
prints are made on OHP or thick paper at this time, the fusing temperature tends to
be higher than the target, causing exit roller marks or a paper jam in the fusing
section. To prevent this, the print job will not start if the heating and pressure roller
temperatures are higher than the following:
(Target temperature specified by SP1-105-13 and -24 for OHP/ SP1-105-26 and -28
for Thick paper) - (Temperature specified by this SP mode (default: 5°C for heating
roller, 10°C for pressure roller))
1996 004 H:Print Temp
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 1°C /step]
1996 005 P: Print Temp
*BCU [0 to 20 / 0 / 1°C /step]
1996 006 PreJob Mode
*BCU [0 to 1 / 0 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
This SP enables or disables the 30-second fusing unit idling at the start of an OHP
print job. When enabled, idling is done even if the machine is in the ready condition.
1996
G130/G131
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
SP2-XXX (Drum)
[Charge Bias] Charge Roller Bias (DC or AC component: [Color], Process Speed)
U: Upper, L: Lower
Adjusts the DC component of the charge roller bias in the various print modes.
Charge bias (DC component) is automatically adjusted during process control; therefore,
adjusting these settings does not effect while process control mode (SP3-125 Default: ON) is
activated. When deactivating process control mode with SP3-125, the values in these SP modes
are used for printing.
2001 001 DC: [K]
*BCU [300 to 1000 / 620 / 10 volts/step] DFU
2001 002 DC: [Y]
*BCU
2001 003 DC: [M]
*BCU
2001 004 DC: [C]
*BCU
• Displays the AC component of the charge roller bias adjusted during machine initialization or
process control self-check.
• Sets AC bias in the various print modes for test purposes.
If the optimum AC bias cannot be selected because of the settings of SP2-001-014 through 017,
this may cause white spots on images and black spots on background. (In particular, spots may
appear if the room temperature is very low.)
Check the printouts after changing the AC bias with these SP modes (SP2-001-005 through 013)
and exiting SP mode. If increasing or decreasing the AC bias for relevant color solves the spot
problem, shift the AC target (SP2-001-014 through 017) by the value increased or decreased
during the test.
2001 005 AC: [K] L
*BCU [0 to 255 / 170 / 1/step] DFU
2001 006 AC: [K] M
*BCU
2001 007 AC: [K] H
*BCU
2001 008 AC: [Y] L
*BCU [0 to 255 / 170 / 1/step] DFU
2001 009 AC: [Y] M
*BCU
2001 010 AC: [M] L
*BCU [0 to 255 / 170 / 1/step] DFU
2001 011 AC: [M] M
*BCU
2001 012 AC: [C] L
*BCU [0 to 255 / 170 / 1/step] DFU
2001 013 AC: [C] M
*BCU
2001 014 AC Target [K]
*BCU [0 to 255 / G130: 79, G131: 117 / 1/step] DFU
Sets the upper limit of the AC component adjustable range for black.
During machine initialization and process control self-check, the AC component of
the charge roller bias is automatically adjusted within the range specified by SP2001-014 through 017.
2001 015 AC Target [Y]
*BCU [0 to 255 / G130: 78, G131: 116 / 1/step] DFU
2001 016 AC Target [M]
*BCU [0 to 255 / G130: 79, G131: 117 / 1/step] DFU
2001 017 AC Target [C]
*BCU [0 to 255 / G130: 78, G131: 116 / 1/step] DFU
2103
2103 001
2103 002
2103 004
2103 005
2103 007
2103 008
2103 010
2103 011
SM
[LD Control] LD Power Control
([Color Mode, Color], Process Speed, K or Color mode) P: Power, M: Magnification
Adjusts the laser power by changing the current applied to LD.
Laser power is automatically adjusted during process control; therefore, adjusting
these data has no effect while Process Control (SP3-125 Default : ON) is activated.
After deactivating Process Control with SP3-125, the values in these SP modes are
used for printing.
P:[K] L C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 702 / 1/step] DFU
P:[K] M C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 683 / 1/step] DFU
P:[Y] L C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 702 / 1/step] DFU
P:[Y] M C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 683 / 1/step] DFU
P:[M] L C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 702 / 1/step] DFU
P:[M] M C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 683 / 1/step] DFU
P:[C] L C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 702 / 1/step] DFU
P:[C] M C
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 683 / 1/step] DFU
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G130/G131
Service Tables
2001
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
2103
2103 013
2103 014
2103 015
2103 055
2103 056
2103 057
2103 058
2103 063
2103 064
2103 065
2103 066
[LD Control] LD Power Control
([Color Mode, Color], Process Speed, K or Color mode) P: Power, M: Magnification
Adjusts the laser power by changing the current applied to LD.
Laser power is automatically adjusted during process control; therefore, adjusting
these data has no effect while Process Control (SP3-125 Default : ON) is activated.
After deactivating Process Control with SP3-125, the values in these SP modes are
used for printing.
P:[K] L K
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 702 / 1/step] DFU
P:[K] M K
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 683 / 1/step] DFU
P:[K] H K
*BCU [0 to 1023 / 683 / 1/step] DFU
Main Scan Magnification ([Color], Laser Exposure Frequency)
Displays the result of the latest line position adjustment. Changing this affects the
main scan magnification; however, this will be automatically corrected at the next
line position adjustment. If a fine adjustment is required, it can be done with SP5993-013 to 015 (this affects the way that the adjustment is done, and will be
effective from the next line position adjustment).
[0 to 560 / 280 / 1/2 dot/step] 1 dot = 20µ DFU
NOTE: If the line position adjustment does not work properly, the line position can
be adjusted manually with this SP mode as a temporary measure. In this case, the
line position adjustment needs to be disabled with SP5-993-001.
M:[K] 64.3/83.4MHz
*BCU [ 0 to 560 / 280 / 1/2 dot/step ]
M:[Y] 64.3/83.4MHz
*BCU 1 dot = 20µ DFU
M:[M] 64.3/83.4MHz
*BCU
M:[C] 64.3/83.4MHz
*BCU
M:[K] 83.4MHz
*BCU [ 0 to 560 / 280 / 1/2 dot/step ]
M:[Y] 83.4MHz
*BCU 1 dot = 20µ DFU
M:[M] 83.4MHz
*BCU
M:[C] 83.4MHz
*BCU
[Polygon OFF 1] Polygon Mirror Motor OFF Timing
2112
2112 001 Warming-up
*BCU [0 to 60 / 10 / 1 second/step]
0: Not turned off except for Energy Saver mode
The polygon mirror motor turns off if the machine receives no print start command
for the time specified in this SP mode after receiving the print preparation command.
2112 002 Job End
*BCU [0 to 60 / 10 / 1 second/step]
0: Not turned off except for Energy Saver mode
The polygon mirror motor turns off if the machine receives no print job for the time
specified in this SP mode after the previous job was completed.
G130/G131
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2113
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
[Polygon OFF 2]
Polygon Mirror Motor OFF
0: Enable, 1: Disable
The polygon mirror motor does not turn on until the printer enters the ready
condition even after receiving the print start command.
NOTE: When a user complains about high frequency noise, enabling this mode can
minimize the noise.
2150
[LD Pulse] LD Pulse Area Correction (Color, Area) FA
Adjusts the area correction value for color shift comparing with black. The main scan
(320 mm) is divided into 12 areas. The area 1 is at front side of the machine (left
side of an image) and area 12 is at rear side of the machine (right side of an image).
When you decrease this value, an image shifts to the left side on a print.
When you increase this value, an image shifts to the right side on a print.
1 pulse = 1/16 dot
Y: Area1
*BCU [ –1023 to 1023 / 0 / 1 pulse/step ]
Y: Area2
*BCU
Y: Area3
*BCU
Y: Area4
*BCU
Y: Area5
*BCU
Y: Area6
*BCU
Y: Area7
*BCU
Y: Area8
*BCU
Y: Area9
*BCU
Y: Area10
*BCU
Y: Area11
*BCU
Y: Area12
*BCU
M: Area1
*BCU [ –1023 to 1023 / 0 / 1 pulse/step ]
M: Area2
*BCU
M: Area3
*BCU
M: Area4
*BCU
M: Area5
*BCU
M: Area6
*BCU
M: Area7
*BCU
M: Area8
*BCU
M: Area9
*BCU
M: Area10
*BCU
M: Area11
*BCU
M: Area12
*BCU
C: Area1
*BCU [ –1023 to 1023 / 0 / 1 pulse/step ]
C: Area2
*BCU
C: Area3
*BCU
C: Area4
*BCU
C: Area5
*BCU
C: Area6
*BCU
C: Area7
*BCU
C: Area8
*BCU
C: Area9
*BCU
C: Area10
*BCU
C: Area11
*BCU
C: Area12
*BCU
2150 001
2150 002
2150 003
2150 004
2150 005
2150 006
2150 007
2150 008
2150 009
2150 010
2150 011
2150 012
2150 013
2150 014
2150 015
2150 016
2150 017
2150 018
2150 019
2150 020
2150 021
2150 022
2150 023
2150 024
2150 025
2150 026
2150 027
2150 028
2150 029
2150 030
2150 031
2150 032
2150 033
2150 034
2150 035
2150 036
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Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
2151
2151 001
2151 002
2151 003
2151 004
2152
2152 001
2152 002
2152 003
2152 004
2152 005
2152 006
2152 007
2152 008
2152 009
2152 010
2152 011
2152 012
2152 013
2152 014
2152 015
2152 016
2152 017
2152 018
2152 019
2152 020
2152 021
2152 022
2152 023
2152 024
2152 025
2152 026
2152 027
2152 028
2152 029
2152 030
2152 031
2152 032
2152 033
2152 034
2152 035
G130/G131
[LD Mag. Pulse] LD Pulse Magnification Correction (Color) DFU
Adjusts the correction value for main scan magnification.
When you decrease this value, an image is reduced.
When you increase this value, an image is enlarged.
1 pulse = 1/16 dot
Bk
*BCU [ –1023 to 1023 / 0 / 1 pulse/step ]
Y
*BCU
M
*BCU
C
*BCU
[LD Control] LD Power Control (Color, Area) DFU
Adjusts the LD power for each area. The main scan (320 mm) is divided into 32
areas. The areas from 2 to 31 are effective image areas. The area 2 is at front side
of the machine (left side of an image) and area 31 is at rear side of the machine
(right side of an image).
Bk: Area0
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 108.19 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area1
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 107.28 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area2
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 106.32 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area3
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 105.35 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area4
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 104.40 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area5
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.49 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area6
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.65 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area7
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.90 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area8
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.24 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area9
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.68 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area10
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.23 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area11
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.90 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area12
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.67 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area13
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.56 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area14
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.55 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area15
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.66 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area16
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area17
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area18
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.55 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area19
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.03 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area20
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.58 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area21
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.21 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area22
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.89 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area23
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.63 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area24
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 104.42 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area25
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 105.24 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area26
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 106.10 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area27
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 106.99 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area28
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 107.91 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area29
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 108.85 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area30
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 109.82 / 0.01%/step]
Bk: Area31
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 110.83 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area0
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.31 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area1
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.92 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area2
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.89 / 0.01%/step]
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2152
2152 036
2152 037
2152 038
2152 039
2152 040
2152 041
2152 042
2152 043
2152 044
2152 045
2152 046
2152 047
2152 048
2152 049
2152 050
2152 051
2152 052
2152 053
2152 054
2152 055
2152 056
2152 057
2152 058
2152 059
2152 060
2152 061
2152 062
2152 063
2152 064
2152 065
2152 066
2152 067
2152 068
2152 069
2152 070
2152 071
2152 072
2152 073
2152 074
2152 075
2152 076
2152 077
2152 078
2152 079
2152 080
2152 081
2152 082
SM
[LD Control] LD Power Control (Color, Area) DFU
Adjusts the LD power for each area. The main scan (320 mm) is divided into 32
areas. The areas from 2 to 31 are effective image areas. The area 2 is at front side
of the machine (left side of an image) and area 31 is at rear side of the machine
(right side of an image).
Y: Area3
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.44 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area4
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.78 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area5
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.04 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area6
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.33 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area7
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.70 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area8
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.19 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area9
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.81 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area10
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.56 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area11
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.43 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area12
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.40 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area13
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.46/ 0.01%/step]
Y: Area14
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.58/ 0.01%/step]
Y: Area15
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.73/ 0.01%/step]
Y: Area16
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area17
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area18
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.28 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area19
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.45 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area20
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.62 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area21
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.80 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area22
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.99 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area23
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.20 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area24
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.45 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area25
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.75 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area26
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.11 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area27
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.52 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area28
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.98 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area29
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.45 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area30
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.88 / 0.01%/step]
Y: Area31
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 104.18 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area0
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 112.42/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area1
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 111.23 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area2
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 106.63 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area3
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 105.55 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area4
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 104.49 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area5
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.48 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area6
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.56 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area7
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.75 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area8
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.06/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area9
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.49/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area10
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.06/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area11
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.75 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area12
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.56 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area13
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.49/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area14
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.52/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area15
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.64/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area16
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area17
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
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G130/G131
Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
2152
2152 083
2152 084
2152 085
2152 086
2152 087
2152 088
2152 089
2152 090
2152 091
2152 092
2152 093
2152 094
2152 095
2152 096
2152 097
2152 098
2152 099
2152 100
2152 101
2152 102
2152 103
2152 104
2152 105
2152 106
2152 107
2152 108
2152 109
2152 110
2152 111
2152 112
2152 113
2152 114
2152 115
2152 116
2152 117
2152 118
2152 119
2152 120
2152 121
2152 122
2152 123
2152 124
2152 125
2152 126
2152 127
2152 128
G130/G131
[LD Control] LD Power Control (Color, Area) DFU
Adjusts the LD power for each area. The main scan (320 mm) is divided into 32
areas. The areas from 2 to 31 are effective image areas. The area 2 is at front side
of the machine (left side of an image) and area 31 is at rear side of the machine
(right side of an image).
M: Area18
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.53 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area19
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.96/ 0.01%/step]
M: Area20
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.45 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area21
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.99 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area22
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.59 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area23
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.23 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area24
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.91 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area25
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 104.64 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area26
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 105.42 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area27
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 106.24 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area28
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 107.12 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area29
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 108.05 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area30
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 109.04 / 0.01%/step]
M: Area31
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 110.10 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area0
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.04/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area1
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.60 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area2
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.79 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area3
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.50 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area4
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.86 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area5
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.08 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area6
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.29 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area7
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.59 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area8
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.03/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area9
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.63/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area10
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.38/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area11
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.27/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area12
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.28/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area13
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.38/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area14
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.54/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area15
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 99.72/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area16
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area17
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area18
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.23 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area19
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.35/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area20
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.45 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area21
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.53 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area22
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.62 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area23
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.73 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area24
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 100.89 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area25
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.12 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area26
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.44 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area27
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 101.84 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area28
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.32/ 0.01%/step]
C: Area29
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 102.83 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area30
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.30 / 0.01%/step]
C: Area31
*BCU [ 50 to 150 / 103.61 / 0.01%/step]
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SM
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
2201
2201 001
2201 002
2201 003
2201 004
2201 005
2201 006
2201 007
2201 008
2201 009
[Dev. Bias] Development Bias ([Color], Process Speed)
[K] L
*BCU Adjusts the development bias.
[K] M
*BCU Development bias is automatically adjusted during
[K] H
*BCU process control; therefore, adjusting these settings
[Y] L
*BCU has no effect while Process Control (SP3-125
[Y] M
*BCU Default: ON) is activated.
[M] L
*BCU After deactivating Process Control with SP3-125,
[M] M
*BCU the values in these SP modes are used for
[C] L
*BCU printing.
[C] M
*BCU [200 to 800 / 500 / 10 V/step] DFU
2207
[Forced Toner] Forced Toner Supply ([Color])
Forces toner to be supplied to the development unit. The toner supply clutch turns
on for 0.7 s and off for 1.3 s.
[0 or 1 / 0 / 1 /step]
[K]
0: Not execute, 1: Execute
[Y]
[M]
[C]
2207 001
2207 002
2207 003
2207 004
2208
2208 001
2208 002
2208 003
2208 004
2208 005
2208 006
2208 007
2208 008
2208 009
2208 010
2208 011
2208 012
SM
[Toner Mode] Toner Supply Method ([Color])
[K]
*BCU Selects the toner supply method.
[Y]
*BCU [0 to 2 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
[M]
*BCU 0: Fixed (with the supply rates stored with SP2208-5 to 8)
[C]
*BCU
1: Fuzzy
2: Proportional (using the Vref values stored with
SP2-224-5 to 8)
Fixed Rate [K]
*BCU Sets the toner supply rate used when the toner
Fixed Rate [Y]
*BCU supply method (SP2-208-1 to 4) is set to ‘Fixed’.
Fixed Rate [M]
*BCU [0 to 100 / 5 / 1%/step]
Fixed Rate [C]
*BCU
Upper Limit
*BCU Specifies the maximum possible toner supply,
#
expressed as a percentage of the maximum
amount of toner that can possibly be supplied for
a sheet of paper.
If too much toner is supplied to the development
unit especially for black or in the low humidity
condition, this may cause dirty background due to
insufficient agitation. This SP mode limits the
maximum possible toner supply for black and only
in the low humidity condition for color.
[0 to 100 / 63 / 1 %/step] DFU
NOTE: The main switch must be turned off and on
to effect the setting change.
LowCoverage[K]
*BCU Adjusts the toner supply amount (fixed rate) when
LowCoverage[Y]
*BCU making multiple prints of pages with low image
LowCoverage[M]
*BCU ratio (coverage).
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G130/G131
Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[Toner Mode] Toner Supply Method ([Color])
2208
2208 013 LowCoverage[C]
*BCU When printing with a low image ratio, toner
concentration is controlled only with Vt outputs
since pixel count is not done for low image ratios.
This may cause the attraction force between toner
and carrier to increase, resulting in low image
density on outputs. To prevent this, the machine
counts the number of pixels and supplies a fixed
amount of toner if the accumulated number of
pixels becomes greater than the specified level.
[0 to 100 / 0 / 1 %/step] DFU
2208 014 Vt Coeff[Bk]
*BCU Specifies each constant to adjust the toner supply
2208 015 Vt Coeff[Y]
*BCU amount. The optimum value is specified before
2208 016 Vt Coeff[M]
*BCU shipment.
2208 017 Vt Coeff[C]
*BCU [0 to 2.0 / K: 0.30, Y: 0.28, C: 0.25, M: 0.25 /
0.01 %/step] DFU
2208 018 Img Coeff[Bk]
*BCU Specifies each constant to adjust the toner supply
2208 019 Img Coeff[Y]
*BCU amount. The optimum value is specified before
2208 020 Img Coeff[M]
*BCU shipment.
2208 021 Img Coeff[C]
*BCU [0 to 2.0 / 0.45 / 0.01 %/step] DFU
2208 022 ImgCrctCoef[Bk]
*BCU Specifies each constant to adjust the toner supply
2208 023 ImgCrctCoef[Y]
*BCU amount. The optimum value is specified before
2208 024 ImgCrctCoef[M]
*BCU shipment.
2208 025 ImgCrctCoef[C]
*BCU [0 to 2.0 / 0.10 / 0.01 %/step] DFU
2210
2210 005
2210 006
2210 007
2210 008
[Toner Counter] Toner Supply Counter ([Color])
Displays the total time that the toner supply clutch has been on. This data is stored
in the memory chip on each toner cartridge.
[K]
*BCU [0 to 5000 / 0 / 1 second/step]
[Y]
*BCU
[M]
*BCU
[C]
*BCU
[Toner Near/End] Toner Near End / End Detection Threshold ([Color])
2212
2212 001 Start [K]
*BCU When the amount of toner amount left in the
2212 002 Start [YMC]
*BCU cartridge becomes less than this value, the
machine starts monitoring the Vt values for toner
near end detection.
[0 to 1000 / 100 / 10 g/step]
2212 005 Near [K]
2212 006 Near [YMC]
*BCU Specifies the threshold for toner near-end
*BCU detection.
The machine detects toner near-end when the
following happens 10 times consecutively.
Vt > Vref + Threshold
[0 to 5.0 / 0.4 / 0.1 V/step]
2212 007 End [K]
2212 008 End [YMC]
*BCU Specifies the threshold for toner end detection.
*BCU The machine detects toner end when the following
happens 10 times consecutively. Then, the
machine stops printing, even during a print job.
Vt > Vref + Threshold
[0 to 5.0 / 0.5 / 0.1 V/step]
G130/G131
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
[Toner Near/End] Toner Near End / End Detection Threshold ([Color])
2212
2212 009 Pixel [K]
*BCU Specifies the number of sheets with full image
2212 010 Pixel [YMC]
*BCU coverage that can be printed after toner near-end
has been detected.
When near-end is detected, the pixels in the
images are counted. The machine detects toner
end when the following happens, and the machine
stops printing even during a print job.
Pixel count = 5 A4/LT sheets with full
image coverage
[0 to 255 / 50 / 1 sheet/step]
NOTE: The setting of SP2-212-11 has priority for
deciding when to stop printing.
2212 011 Min. Print
*BCU Specifies the minimum number of sheets that can
be printed after toner near-end has been detected.
However, when the following happens 10
consecutive times, the machine stops printing
even during a print job or if this guaranteed
minimum has not been met.
Vt > Current Vref value + 1.2V or Vt > 4.8V
[0 to 50 / 10 / 1 sheet/step]
2212 012 sensor avg [K]
*BCU Displays the average signal value of the toner end
2212 013 sensor avg [Y]
*BCU sensor. Printed images can be weak when the
2212 014 sensor avg [M]
*BCU value is larger.
2212 015 sensor avg [C]
*BCU [0 to 1 / 0 / 0.01/step]
Each toner sensor detects the toner that is falling
through the toner path beneath the toner
cartridge. Each sensor outputs “0” when it detects
toner in the toner path, or outputs “1” when it does
not detect toner. The signal is “1” if toner is not
passing through the path even though the toner
cartridge contains toner. These signals, “0” and
“1”, are periodically checked and used to calculate
the signal average. When enough toner is in the
cartridge, the signal average is a smaller value
(“0” or its vicinity). When toner is insufficient, the
average is a larger value (“1” or its vicinity).
2213
[T End ON/OFF] Toner End
Detection ON/OFF
*BCU
#
[0 to 2 / 1 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric, DFU
0: Disable (Both sensors disabled)
1: Enable (Both sensors enabled)
2: Vt Only (Toner end sensor disabled
and TD sensor enabled)
Enables or disables toner near-end and end detection (if disabled, the toner supply
clutch on time is still counted). Use this SP only when tests are necessary under the
toner end or toner near end condition. Specify the default value after the tests.
NOTE: The main switch must be turned off and on to effect the setting change.
[TD Vcnt] TD Sensor Vcnt Control
2223
2223 001 Initialization
*BCU [0 or 1 / 1 / -] Alphanumeric, DFU
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the Vcnt Auto Adjustment when detecting a new development
unit. When the machine detects a new development unit, developer initialization
automatically starts. During the developer initialization, Vcnt is automatically
adjusted so that Vt is within 3.0 ± 0.1V.
SM
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G130/G131
Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[TD Vcnt] TD Sensor Vcnt Control
2223
2223 002 Humidity
*BCU [0 or 1 / 1 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the Humidity Auto Correction. This corrects the Vcnt value for
the current humidity. This correction is applied to both the Vcnt values automatically
adjusted during developer initialization and manually adjusted with SP2-224-1 to 4.
If this correction does not work well under certain environmental conditions or due to
a defective humidity sensor, deactivate the Humidity Auto Correction and adjust the
Vcnt value in SP2-224-1 to 4 (by trial and error).
2223 003 Toner Fill Up
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric, DFU
0: Deactivate, 1: Activate
Activates or deactivates the Toner Fill Up mode, which fills up the toner supply tube
with toner during developer initialization. This function is required only at machine
installation. Although the default is “0”, the factory setting is “1”. After toner fill-up
occurs during machine installation, the setting is changed to “0” automatically.
[Vcnt / Vref] Vcnt / Vref ([Color])
2224
Adjusts the Vcnt value manually. The value in this SP mode is effective until after the next
process control self-check. To always use this value for some reason, select proportional control
supply mode with SP2-208-1 to 4.
2224 001 Vcnt [K]
*BCU# [8 to 22.0 / 13.5 / 0.1 V/step]
2224 002 Vcnt [Y]
*BCU# NOTE: The main switch must be turned off and
on to effect the setting change.
2224 003 Vcnt [M]
*BCU#
2224 004 Vcnt [C]
*BCU#
Adjusts the Vref value manually. The value in this SP mode is effective until the next process
control self-check. To always use this value for some reason, select proportional control supply
mode with SP2-208-1 to 4.
2224 005 Vref [K]
*BCU [0 to 5.0 / 2.8 / 0.1 V/step]
2224 006 Vref [Y]
*BCU
2224 007 Vref [M]
*BCU
2224 008 Vref [C]
*BCU
2301
2301 001
2301 002
2301 003
2301 004
2301 005
2301 006
2301 007
2301 008
2301 009
2301 011
2301 012
2301 013
2301 014
G130/G131
[Transfer Cur.] Transfer Current
([Color Mode, Color], Paper Tray or By-pass, Simplex or Duplex/Rear, Process
Speed)
Paper Type -> N: Normal Paper, MT: Middle Thick Paper, TH: Thick Paper,
SP: Special Paper
Adjusts the transfer current for each color and each print mode.
NOTE: If the transfer current is increased too much, image offset may occur
especially in halftone areas.
[K] N P S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[K] N P S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] N P S H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] N P D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[K] N P D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 21 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] N P D H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 21 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] N B S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[K] N B S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] N B S H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[FC K] N P S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] N P S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 23, G131: 31 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] N P S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] N P S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
2301
2301 015
2301 016
2301 017
2301 018
2301 019
2301 020
2301 021
2301 022
2301 023
2301 024
2301 025
2301 026
2301 028
2301 029
2301 030
2301 031
2301 032
2301 033
2301 034
2301 035
2301 037
2301 038
2301 039
2301 040
2301 041
2301 043
2301 044
2301 045
2301 046
2301 047
2301 049
2301 050
2301 051
2301 052
2301 053
2301 054
2301 055
2301 056
2301 057
2301 058
2301 059
2301 061
2301 062
2301 063
2301 064
2301 065
2301 067
2301 068
SM
[Transfer Cur.] Transfer Current
([Color Mode, Color], Paper Tray or By-pass, Simplex or Duplex/Rear, Process
Speed)
Paper Type -> N: Normal Paper, MT: Middle Thick Paper, TH: Thick Paper,
SP: Special Paper
[FC M] N P S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] N P S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] N P S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] N P S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] N P D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] N P D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 14, G131: 18 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] N P D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] N P D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] N P D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] N P D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] N P D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] N P D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] N B S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] N B S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 23, G131: 31 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] N B S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] N B S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] N B S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] N B S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] N B S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] N B S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[K] OHP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 7 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] OHP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] OHP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] OHP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] OHP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 7 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] TH R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] TH R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] TH R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] TH R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9/ 1 µA/step]
[K] SP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] SP H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[FC K] SP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] SP M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 23, G131: 31 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 7 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] TH S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] TH S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] TH S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] TH S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 21 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
5-29
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
G130/G131
Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
2301
2301 069
2301 070
2301 071
2301 072
2301 073
2301 074
2301 075
2301 076
2301 077
2301 080
2301 081
2301 082
2301 083
2301 084
2301 085
2301 088
2301 089
2301 090
2301 091
2301 092
2301 093
2301 094
2301 095
2301 096
2301 097
2301 098
2301 099
2301 100
2301 101
2301 102
2301 103
2301 104
2301 105
2301 106
2301 107
2301 108
2301 109
2301 110
2301 111
2301 112
2301 113
2301 114
2301 115
2301 116
2301 117
2301 118
2301 119
2301 120
G130/G131
[Transfer Cur.] Transfer Current
([Color Mode, Color], Paper Tray or By-pass, Simplex or Duplex/Rear, Process
Speed)
Paper Type -> N: Normal Paper, MT: Middle Thick Paper, TH: Thick Paper,
SP: Special Paper
[K] SP D H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 21 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[FC K] SP D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC K] SP D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 14, G131: 18 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[K] MT L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[K] MT M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] MT H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 30 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] MT D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[K] MT D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 21 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] MT D H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 21 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[FC BK] MT L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 15 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] MT M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 23, G131: 31 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] MT L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] MT M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] MT L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] MT M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] MT L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] MT M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 16, G131: 21 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] MT D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] MT D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 14, G131: 18 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] MT D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] MT D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] MT D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] MT D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] MT D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] MT D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 12, G131: 16 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 7 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] SP2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP2 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] SP2 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 12 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP2 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP2 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP2 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 6 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] SP3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 6 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 6/ 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] SP3 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 6 / 1 µA/step]
5-30
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
SM
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
2301
2301 121
2301 122
2301 123
2301 124
2301 125
2301 126
2301 127
2301 128
2301 129
2301 130
2301 131
2301 132
2301 133
2301 134
2301 135
2301 136
2301 137
2301 138
2301 139
2301 140
2301 141
2301 142
2301 143
2301 144
2301 145
2301 146
2301 147
2301 148
2301 149
2301 150
2301 151
2301 152
2301 153
2301 154
2301 155
2301 156
2301 157
2301 158
2301 159
2301 160
SM
[Transfer Cur.] Transfer Current
([Color Mode, Color], Paper Tray or By-pass, Simplex or Duplex/Rear, Process
Speed)
Paper Type -> N: Normal Paper, MT: Middle Thick Paper, TH: Thick Paper,
SP: Special Paper
[FC Y] SP3 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP3 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP3 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[FC BK] SP3 M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 10, G131: 15 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP3 M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 8, G131: 12 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP3 M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 7, G131: 11 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP3 M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 8, G131: 12 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[FC BK] SP3 D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 10, G131: 15 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP3 D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 8, G131: 13 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP3 D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 8, G131: 13 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP3 D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 8, G131: 13 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] SP3 D H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 9 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] SP4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] SP4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP4 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] SP4 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] SP4 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] SP4 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] SP4 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 6 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] TH2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] TH2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] TH2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] TH2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 6 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] TH3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 6 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] TH3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] TH3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] TH3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC BK] TH4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC Y] TH4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC M] TH4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
[FC C] TH4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 3 / 1 µA/step]
5-31
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
G130/G131
Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
2309
2309 005
2309 006
2309 007
2309 008
2309 009
2309 010
2309 011
2309 014
2309 015
2309 016
2309 017
2310
2310 001
[Cur.Paper Size] Transfer Current - Paper Size Correction
Paper Type -> N: Normal, TH: Thick, OHP, MT: Middle Thick Paper
Corrects the transfer current for paper size.
When small paper is used for printing, the transfer current flows to the drum at the
non-image areas where the transfer belt touches the OPC drum. This may cause an
abnormal image due to insufficient current at the image areas.
NOTE: Increase only when an abnormal image (insufficient image transfer) occurs
on a small paper size. However, increasing the current too much may cause
image offset.
N LT SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.1 / 0.1/step]
N A5 SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.2 / 0.1/step]
TH LT SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.2 / 0.1/step]
TH A5 SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.2 / 0.1/step]
OHP LT SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.4 / 0.1/step]
MT LT SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.1 / 0.1/step]
MT A5 SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.2 / 0.1/step]
SP3, 4 LT SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.5 / 0.1/step]
SP3, 4 A5 SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 2.0 / 0.1/step]
TH2, 3, 4 LT SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 1.5 / 0.1/step]
TH2, 3, 4 A5 SEF
*BCU [0.7 to 4.0 / 2.0 / 0.1/step]
[Transfer Cur.] Transfer Current - Environment Correction
Applies the transfer current correction if the humidity exceeds the current set value.
H Humidity
*BCU [ 25 to 90 / 55 / 5%/step]
[Transfer Ctrl] Transfer Control
2402
2402 001 C Mode Posit
*BCU [0 to 500 / 170 / 10/step] DFU
Adjusts the transfer belt position for color printing.
SP2-402-1 is valid only when auto correct (SP2-402-2) is disabled.
2402 002 Auto Correct
*BCU [0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step] DFU Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Enable or disable the auto-adjustment of the transfer belt position.
• When SP2-402-2 is enabled, the transfer belt position for color printing is decided
in accordance with the result of the initialization processing.
• SP2-402-2 validates the setting of SP2-402-1, but does not affect the setting of
SP2-402-3.
2402 003 Bk Mode Posit
*BCU [0 to 500 / 130 / 10/step] DFU
Adjusts the transfer belt position for monochrome printing.
SP2-402-3 is always valid regardless of the setting in SP2-402-2.
G130/G131
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
2801
2801 001
2801 002
2801 003
2801 004
2801 005
2801 006
2801 008
2801 009
2801 010
2801 011
2801 013
2801 014
2801 015
2801 016
2801 017
2801 018
2801 020
2801 021
2801 022
2801 023
2801 024
2801 025
2801 026
2801 027
2801 028
2801 029
2801 031
2801 032
2801 033
2801 034
2801 035
2801 036
2801 038
2801 039
2801 040
2801 041
2801 042
2801 043
SM
[PA Roller Cur.] Paper Attraction Roller Current
([Color], Simplex or Duplex/Rear, Process Speed): Current Adjustment
(Paper or By-pass): Paper Size Correction
Paper Type -> TH: Thick Paper, MT: Middle Thick Paper, SP: Special Paper, OHP
Adjusts the paper attraction roller current for color printing.
If paper misfeeds occur at the transfer unit in color mode, check and/or adjust the
paper attraction roller current.
NOTE: The magenta development section is close to the paper attraction roller.
Decreasing the current may not cause paper misfeed.
If the current is increased too much, the following image problems may occur
depending on the humidity.
High humidity:
Insufficient image transfer in magenta due to current flow to the magenta OPC drum
Low humidity:
Offset image in magenta halftone areas due to paper charged positive too much
When adjusting the current with this SP mode, the value should be lower than
transfer current.
[K] N S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] N S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] N S H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] N R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] N R M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] N R H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[FC] N S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] N S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] N R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] N R M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 10 / 1 µA/step]
[K] B TH S
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] B TH S
*BCU [10 to 50 / 1 / 0.1/step]
[K] B OHP
*BCU [10 to 50 / 5 / 0.1/step]
[FC] B OHP
*BCU [10 to 50 / 1 / 0.1/step]
[K] B TH D
*BCU [10 to 50 / 5 / 0.1/step]
[FC] B TH D
*BCU [10 to 50 / 1 / 0.1/step]
[K] SP S: L
*BCU [10 to 50 / 4 / 0.1/step]
[K] SP S: M
*BCU [10 to 50 / 8 / 0.1/step] Only for G131
[K] SP S: H
*BCU [10 to 50 / 8/ 0.1/step] Only for G130
[K] SP R: L
*BCU [10 to 50 / 4 / 0.1/step]
[K] SP R: M
*BCU [10 to 50 / 8 / 0.1/step] Only for G131
[K] SP R: H
*BCU [10 to 50 / 8 / 0.1/step] Only for G130
[FC] SP S L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP S M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP R L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP R M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 8, G131: 10 / 1 µA/step]
[K] MT L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] MT M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] MT H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] MT D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] MT D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] MT D H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 8 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[FC] MT L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] MT M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1/ 1 µA/step]
[FC] MT D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] MT D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / G130: 8, G131: 10 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP2 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 4 / 1 µA/step]
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
G130/G131
Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
2801
2801 044
2801 045
2801 046
2801 047
2801 048
2801 049
2801 050
2801 051
2801 052
2801 053
2801 054
2801 055
2801 056
2801 057
2801 058
2801 059
2801 060
2801 061
2801 062
2801 063
2801 064
2801 065
2802
2802 001
2802 002
2802 003
2802 004
2802 005
2802 007
2802 008
2802 011
2802 012
2802 013
2802 014
G130/G131
[PA Roller Cur.] Paper Attraction Roller Current
([Color], Simplex or Duplex/Rear, Process Speed): Current Adjustment
(Paper or By-pass): Paper Size Correction
Paper Type -> TH: Thick Paper, MT: Middle Thick Paper, SP: Special Paper, OHP
[FC] SP2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP2 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 5 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP3 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP3 M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP3 D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP3 M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] SP3 D M
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step] Only for G131
[K] SP3 H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[K] SP3 D H
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step] Only for G130
[FC] SP4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] SP4 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] SP4 D L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] TH2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH2 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] TH3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH3 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[FC] TH4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[K] TH4 L
*BCU [0 to 50 / 1 / 1 µA/step]
[PA Cur. Size] Paper Attraction Roller Current - Paper Size Correction
Paper Type -> N: Normal, TH: Thick, OHP, MT: Middle Thick Paper
Adjusts the correction, depending on the paper size.
When small-width paper is used for printing, the paper attraction roller current flows
to the non-image areas of OPC drum where the transfer belt touches the drum. This
may cause paper misfeed due to insufficient current.
To increase the current by 1.5 times, set the SP mode to “15”.
NOTE: Adjust only when a paper misfeed occurs with a small paper size. Increasing
the current too much may cause image offset in magenta halftone areas.
N LT SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 1.5 / 0.1/step]
N A5 SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 2.0 / 0.1/step]
TH LT SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 1.5 / 0.1/step]
TH A5 SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 2.0 / 0.1/step]
OHP LT SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 2.4 / 0.1/step]
MT LT SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 1.5 / 0.1/step]
MT A5T SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 2.0 / 0.1/step]
SP3, 4 LT SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 1.5 / 0.1/step]
SP3, 4 A5T SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 2.0 / 0.1/step]
TH2, 3, 4 LT SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 1.5 / 0.1/step]
TH2, 3, 4 A5T SEF
*BCU [1.0 to 4.0 / 2.0 / 0.1/step]
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[Mirror Motor] Mirror Positioning Motor ([Color])
Displays the result of the latest line position adjustment. Changing this affects the
mirror position, which corrects the optically skewed image; however, this will be
automatically corrected at the next line position adjustment.
NOTE: If the line position adjustment does not work properly, the line position can
be adjusted manually with this SP mode as a temporary measure. In this
case, the line position adjustment needs to be disabled with SP5-993-001.
2908 002 [C]
*BCU [-128 to 127 / 0 / 1 pulse/step] DFU
2908 003 [M]
*BCU
2908 004 [Y]
*BCU
2909
2909 001
2909 002
2909 003
2909 004
2909 009
2909 010
2909 011
2909 012
2916
2916 001
2916 002
2916 003
2916 004
2916 005
2916 006
2916 007
2916 008
2916 009
2916 010
SM
[Main-scan Reg.] Main-scan Registration ([Color])
Displays the result of the latest line position adjustment. Changing this affects the
main scan registration; however, this will be automatically corrected at the next line
position adjustment. If a fine adjustment is required, it can be done with SP5-993010 to 012 (this affects the way that the adjustment is done, and will be effective
from the next line position adjustment.
NOTE: If the line position adjustment does not work properly, the line position can
be adjusted manually with this SP mode as a temporary measure. In this case, the
line position adjustment needs to be disabled with SP5-993-001.
1 dot = 20µ
[Y]: DOT
*BCU [-500 to 500 / 0 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[M]: DOT
*BCU [-500 to 500 / 0 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[C]: DOT
*BCU [-500 to 500 / 0 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[K]: DOT
*BCU [-500 to 500 / 0 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[Y]: 1/16DOT
*BCU [-15 to 15 / 0 / 1/16 dot/step] DFU
[M]: 1/16DOT
*BCU [-15 to 15 / 0 / 1/16 dot/step] DFU
[C]: 1/16DOT
*BCU [-15 to 15 / 0 / 1/16 dot/step] DFU
[K]: 1/16DOT
*BCU [-15 to 15 / 0 / 1/16 dot/step] DFU
[Sub-scan Reg.] Sub-scan Registration ([Color Mode, Color], Resolution)
Displays the result of the latest line position adjustment. Changing this affects the
sub scan registration; however, this will be automatically corrected at the next line
position adjustment. If a fine adjustment is required, it can be done with SP5-993016 to 021 (this affects the way that the adjustment is done, and will be effective
from the next line position adjustment.
NOTE: If the line position adjustment does not work properly, the line position can
be adjusted manually with this SP mode as a temporary measure. In this case, the
line position adjustment needs to be disabled with SP5-993-001.
600 dpi: 1 dot = 40µ, 1200dpi: 1 dot = 20µ
[K] 1200
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 7510 / 2 dot /step] DFU
[FC K] 1200
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 15038 / 1 dot /step] DFU
[FC Y] 1200
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 10402 / 1 dot /step] DFU
[FC M] 1200
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 1136 / 1 dot /step] DFU
[FC C] 1200
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 5762 / 1 dot /step] DFU
[K] 600
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 3755 / 2 dot /step] DFU
[FC K] 600
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 7519 / 1 dot /step] DFU
[FC Y] 600
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 5201 / 1 dot /step] DFU
[FC M] 600
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 568 / 1 dot /step] DFU
[FC C] 600
*BCU [0 to 20000 / 2881 / 1 dot /step] DFU
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Service Tables
2908
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[MScan Lgth Det] Main-scan Length Detection
Enables or disables the main-scan length detection.
2919 001 OFF/ON
*BCU [ 0 or 1 / 1 / - ] Alphanumeric
0: Disable, 1: Enable
2919 002 Interrupt time 1
*BCU [ 0 to 999 / 1 / 1 second/step]
Non interrupt during a job (default on)
2919 003 Interrupt time 2
*BCU [ 0 to 999 / 0 / 1 second/step]
Interrupt during a job (default on)
2919
2920
2920 001
2994
2994 001
2994 002
2994 003
2994 004
2995
G130/G131
[LD Pulse]
Enables or disables the LD pulse area correction (SP2-150).
When the "Disable" is selected, the setting values of the SP2-150 become 0.
NOTE: Set the "Disable" after replacing the laser optics-housing unit.
OFF/ON
*BCU [ 0 or 1 / 1 / - ] Alphanumeric
0: Disable, 1: Enable
[Mscan Reg Cor] Main-scan Registration Correction ([Color])
Not used. DFU
[Y]
*BCU [-128 to 127 / 0 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[M]
*BCU [-128 to 127 / 1 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[C]
*BCU [-128 to 127 / 1 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[K]
*BCU [-128 to 127 / 0 / 1 dot/step] DFU
[Motor Reset] Mirror Positioning Motor Reset
*BCU
Rotates the mirror position motors (CMY) by 250 pulses clockwise; then by 125
pulses counterclockwise. This moves the mirrors back to the initial position. Then,
the settings of SP2-908-002 to 004 are reset to 0.
When the line position adjustment fails, it is one of possible causes when the mirror
position motor locks. Performing this SP mode can move the mirrors back to the
original position if it locks. Then, do the forced line position adjustment (SP5-993002).
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
SP3-XXX (Process)
[TD Initial] TD Sensor Initialization ([Color])
[K]
Initializes the developer. DFU
Press the Enter key to execute the initialization
[Y]
after the machine asks “Execute?”
[M]
[C]
[All Color]
Result
*BCU [1 to 9 / - / -]
1: Success, 2 to 9: Failure
Displays the developer initialization result.
All colors are displayed. Values show in the order K Y C M.
e.g., 1 1 2 1: Initialization of Cyan failed but the others succeeded
See the troubleshooting section for details.
3006
3006 001
3006 002
3006 003
3006 004
3006 005
3006 006
3006 007
3006 008
[Vcnt Initial] Vcnt Initial Setting Display ([Color])
[K]
*BCU Displays the initial Vcnt value.
[Y]
*BCU [0 to 24.0 / – / 0.1 V/step]
[M]
*BCU
[C]
*BCU
[Bk]
*BCU Adjusts the target Vref value for the initial setting.
[Y]
*BCU [0 to 24.0 / 3.0 / 0.1 V/step]
[M]
*BCU
[C]
*BCU
3007
[TD Vcnt] TD sensor Current Vcnt Value ([Color])
Displays the current Vcnt value.
Vcnt Current: K
*BCU [ 0 to 24.0 / - / 0.1 V/step ]
Vcnt Current: Y
*BCU
Vcnt Current: M
*BCU
Vcnt Current: C
*BCU
Vcnt Mode Select
*BCU [ 0 or 1 / 1 / - ]
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the Vcnt correction.
Vcnt Max
*BCU [ 0 to 4 / 1.7 / 0.1 V/step]
Adjusts the maximum Vcnt at developer initialization
Vcnt Min
*BCU [ 0 to 4 / 2.7 / 0.1 V/step]
Adjusts the minimum Vcnt at developer initialization
Vcnt SelfChk Max
*BCU [ 0 to 5.4 / 1.7 / 0.1 V/step]
Adjusts the maximum Vcnt at process control self check
Vcnt SelfChk Min
*BCU [ 0 to 5.4 / 2.7 / 0.1 V/step]
Adjusts the minimum Vcnt at process control self check
3007 001
3007 002
3007 003
3007 004
3007 005
3007 006
3007 007
3007 008
3007 009
Service Tables
3005
3005 001
3005 002
3005 003
3005 004
3005 005
3005 006
[Temp Humi] Temperature/ Humidity Display
3008
3008 001 Humidity
*BCU [ 0 to 100 / - / 1%/step ]
Displays the humidity measured by the humidity/temperature sensor.
3008 002 Temp 1
*BCU [ 0 to 100 / - / 1%/step ]
Shows the temperature measured by thermistor 2 on the laser optics unit.
3008 003 Temp 2
*BCU [ 0 to 100 / - / 1%/step ]
Shows the temperature measured by thermistor 1 on the laser optics unit
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
3107
3107 001
3107 002
3107 003
3107 004
3107 005
3107 006
3107 007
3120
3120 001
3120 002
3120 003
3120 004
3120 005
3120 006
3120 007
3120 008
3120 009
3121
3121 001
3121 002
3121 003
3121 004
G130/G131
[Vsg Display] Vsg Display (Front or Rear)
Vsg F
*BCU [0.00 to 5.00 / - / 0.01V/step]
Displays the Vsg value of the front ID sensor.
Vsg is normally 4.0 ± 0.5 V.
If Vsg is out of the adjustment range and this is detected 3 times consecutively, it
leads to SC385.
LED Current F
*BCU [0 to 1023 / - / 1]
Displays the ID sensor LED current adjusted during Vsg adjustment.
Vsg C
*BCU [0.00 to 5.00 / - / 0.01V/step]
Displays the Vsg value of the center ID sensor.
Vsg is normally 4.0 ± 0.5 V.
If Vsg is out of the adjustment range and this is detected 3 times consecutively, it
leads to SC385.
LED Current C
*BCU [0 to 1025 / - / 1]
Displays the ID sensor LED current adjusted during Vsg adjustment.
Vsg R
*BCU [0.00 to 5.00 / - / 0.01V/step]
Displays the Vsg value of the rear ID sensor.
Vsg is normally 4.0 ± 0.5 V.
If Vsg is out of the adjustment range and this is detected 3 times consecutively, it
leads to SC385.
LED Current R
*BCU [0 to 1025 / - / 1]
Displays the ID sensor LED current adjusted during Vsg adjustment.
Vsg avg bk
*BCU [0.00 to 5.00 / - / 0.01V/step]
Displays the average black Vsg value of the center ID sensor.
[Dev. g Target] Development Gamma Target ([Color])
Adjusts the development gamma by changing the Vref value used for toner density
control. Vref is automatically corrected so that the gamma measured during the
process control self-check becomes “the value set with this SP mode ± 0.15”
Set [K]
*BCU [0.5 to 1.00 / 0.7 / 0.01 mg/cm2/KV / step] DFU
Set [Y]
*BCU
Set [M]
*BCU
Set [C]
*BCU
Display [K]
*BCU Displays the current development gamma value.
Display [Y]
*BCU
Display [M]
*BCU
Display [C]
*BCU
Mode Select
*BCU Sets the condition for the development gamma
correction.
[ 0 to 3 / 1 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: Non
1: Humidity
2: Dev. Rotation
3: All
[Dev. g Display] Development Gamma Display ([Color])
Displays the development gamma measured during the process control self-check.
[K]
*BCU [0 to 10.00 / - / 1 mg/cm2/KV /step]
[Y]
*BCU Normal Range: 1.00 to 2.00
[M]
*BCU
[C]
*BCU
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3122
3122 001
3122 002
3122 003
3122 004
[Vk Display] Vk Display ([Color])
[K]
*BCU Displays the current Vk value.
[Y]
*BCU [-255 to 255 / - / 1 V/step]
[M]
*BCU Normal Range: -50 to 50
[C]
*BCU
3123
3123 001
3123 002
3123 003
3123 004
[Vref Display] Current Vref Display ([Color])
[K]
*BCU Displays the current Vref value.
[Y]
*BCU [2.0 to 4.0 / - / 0.1V/step]
[M]
*BCU
[C]
*BCU
[Process Contr.] Process Control
ON/OFF
*BCU [0 or 1 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF (Use the fixed values for VD, VL and VB
set with SP2-001, SP2-103, and SP2-201.)
1: ON
Enables or disables process control.
3125 002 LD Control
*BCU [0 to 2 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Fixed (at the value in SP2-103)
1: Process Control
2: LD Power
Selects the LD control mode.
3125 003 Auto TD Adj.
*BCU [0 to 3 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Disable
1: Initial
2: Job end
3: Initial & Job end
Specifies when to perform the Auto Toner Density Adjustment. When performing the
Auto Toner Density Adjustment, the machine supplies or consumes toner so that the
development gamma is within ± 0.15 of the gamma target.
Change if the user complains of toner density fluctuations. Before changing the
setting away from 0, check the result of the forced TD adjustment (SP3-126-2). If the
problem is persistent, then change to 1, 2, or 3. However, the machine takes several
minutes to do this adjustment.
3125 004 ACC
*BCU [0 to 2 / 2 / 1/step] Not used
0: Disable
1: Process Control
2: Auto TD Adj
Enables or disables the process control self-check before printing the ACC pattern.
NOTE: If color balance changes during multi-copy runs after ACC is performed,
select 1 or 2. Setting 2 can precisely adjust the image density; however, it takes
about 6 minutes. Select 1 or 2 depending on the user’s requirement.
3125 005 TD Adj. Cndtn
*BCU [0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Unconditional, 1: Conditional
Specifies whether temperature and humidity are taken into account when deciding
the timing of the auto toner density adjustment (described in SP3-125-3).
Timing for the auto toner density adjustment is determined by the setting of SP3125-3. In addition, if SP 3-125-5 is set to "1", the auto toner density adjustment is
done when the temperature and humidity meet specified conditions (same
conditions as used for transfer current correction).
Specify “1” when both temperature and humidity are both high or low.
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Service Tables
3125
3125 001
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[Process Contr.] Process Control
3125
3125 006 TD Adj. Times
*BCU [1 to 3 / 3 / 1/step]
Limits the number of auto toner density adjustments. The auto toner density
adjustment consists of three steps: detecting the development gamma, supplying or
consuming toner, and detecting the development gamma again. When these three
steps are all complete, it means a single auto toner density adjustment is complete.
3125 007 Temperature
*BCU [ 0 to 200 / 60 / 1°C /step]
Adjusts the fusing temperature threshold for process control execution when the
main switch is turned on.
3125 008 Pic Vb Max
*BCU [ 600 to 800 / 680 / 10 V /step]
Adjusts the development bias upper limit.
3125 009 Pic Vb Min
*BCU [ 200 to 400 / 300 / 10 V /step]
Adjusts the development bias lower limit.
3126
[Forced SelfChk] Forced Self-check
3126 001 Forced SelfChk
Performs a forced process control self-check.
3126 002 Forced TD Adj.
Performs a forced auto toner density adjustment.
[Pntr. Display] Pointer Table Display ([Color])
Printer [K]
*BCU Displays the number in the pointer table that was
Printer [Y]
*BCU selected during the latest process control selfPrinter [M]
*BCU check.
Printer [C]
*BCU [1 to 30 / - / 1/step]
Vc
Vb LD Power
Vc
Vb
LD Power
1:
300V
100V
668
16: 600V
400V
660
2:
320V
120V
668
17: 620V
420V
656
3:
340V
140V
668
18: 640V
440V
652
4:
360V
160V
668
19: 660V
460V
648
5:
380V
180V
668
20: 680V
480V
644
6:
400V
200V
668
21: 700V
500V
640
7:
420V
220V
668
22: 720V
520V
636
8:
440V
240V
668
23: 740V
540V
632
9:
460V
260V
668
24: 760V
560V
628
10: 480V
280V
668
25: 780V
580V
624
11: 500V
300V
668
26: 800V
600V
620
12: 520V
320V
668
27: 820V
620V
620
13
540V
340V
668
28: 840V
640V
620
14: 560V
360V
668
29: 860V
660V
620
15: 580V
380V
664
30: 880V
680V
620
3902
3902 001
3902 002
3902 003
3902 004
3903
3903 001
3903 002
3903 003
3903 004
G130/G131
[M/A Target] M/A Target ([Color])
Adjusts the M/A (Mass per Area, mg/cm2) value used during the process control
self-check. Adjusting this changes the development bias. This causes the solid ID to
increase or decrease. If developer capability causes an ID problem, toner density
needs to be adjusted with SP3-120-1 to 4, depending on the color.
Printer [K]
*BCU [0 to 1.50 / 0.40 / 0.01 mg/cm2 /step] DFU
Printer [Y]
*BCU
Printer [M]
*BCU
Printer [C]
*BCU
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
3904 001
3904 002
3904 003
3904 004
3905
3905 001
3905 002
3905 003
3905 004
3905 005
3905 006
3905 007
3905 008
3905 009
3905 010
3905 011
3905 012
[M/A for LD] M/A Target for LD Correction ([Color])
Adjusts the M/A value used during the LD correction mode. This value is effective
when SP3-125-2 “LD Control” is set to “LD Power”.
Adjusting this data effects the image reproduction especially in highlight areas.
Printer [K]
*BCU [0 to 1.00 / 0.12 / 0.01 mg/cm2 /step] DFU
Printer [Y]
*BCU
Printer [M]
*BCU
Printer [C]
*BCU
[M/A Target] M/A Target for Paper Interval Process Control
Intrvl [K]
*BCU [0 to 1.50 / 0.25 / 0.01 mg/cm2 /step] DFU
Intrvl [Y]
*BCU Adjusts the target amount of each toner on paper
Intrvl [M]
*BCU sheets. These values are optimized before
Intrvl [C]
*BCU shipment. Do not change the values. Changing
these values does not affect toner density on
paper sheets.
Intrvl [K]
*BCU [0 to 1.50 / - / 0.01 mg/cm2 /step]
Intrvl [Y]
*BCU Displays the amount of each toner on the paper. A
Intrvl [M]
*BCU problem may have occurred in the printer engine if
Intrvl [C]
*BCU the value is high or low (i.e., if the difference
between SP3-905-1/2/3/4 and SP3-905-5/6/7/8 is
larger than ±0.03 mg/cm2).
Possible problems: Defective TD sensor, defective
ID sensor, toner near-end (if the value is lower
than the target), defective toner supply
mechanism
Gamma Correct [K]
*BCU [–0.50 to 0.50 / 0 / 0.01 mg/cm2 /step] DFU
Gamma Correct [Y]
*BCU
Gamma Correct [M]
*BCU
Gamma Correct [C]
*BCU
[PC SelfChk] Process Control Self-checks
3906
3906 001 Job End
*BCU [0 to 999 / 200 / 1 sheet/step]
Specifies the execution timing of the job end process control self-check.
The job end process control self-check is automatically done after a job is completed
when 200 prints has been made since the last self-check.
The counter for the job end process control self-check resets when one of the
following process control self-checks is done.
• Initial
• Interval: Interrupt
• Non-use Time
• During Toner End
When K prints are made, the number of prints is calculated with the K coefficient in
SP3-906-5.
3906 002 Interrupt
*BCU [0 to 999 / 0 / 1 sheet /step]
Specifies the execution timing of the interrupt process control self-check.
The interrupt process control self-check is automatically done if the number of prints
in the job exceeds the number set in this SP mode. When the print job is completed,
the counter is reset, even if the interrupt self check did not occur.
When K prints are made, the number of prints is calculated with the K coefficient in
SP3-906-5.
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Service Tables
3904
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[PC SelfChk] Process Control Self-checks
3906
3906 003 Non-use Time 1
*BCU [0 to 999 / 0 / 1 sheet /step]
0: Disable
Specifies the executing timing of the non-use time process control self-check.
The non-use time process control self-check is automatically done after the number
of prints set with this SP mode has been made and no prints have been made for
the time set with SP3-906-4 since the last print job.
If the conditions are met, the self-check will be done after the print job is completed.
The counter is reset when the initial process control self-checks is done or when a
print is made.
3906 004 Non-use Time 2
*BCU [0 to 2550 / 480 / 10 minutes/step]
0: Disable
Specifies the executing timing of the non-use time process control self-check.
3906 005 K Coefficient
*BCU [0 to 1.00 / 1.00 / 0.01/step] DFU
Sets the coefficient to calculate the counter value for black-and-white prints.
With the default setting (100), counters used for process control count up by 1 when
1 black-and-white print has been made.
3906 006 Pow On Int Time
*BCU [0 to 24 / 6 / 1 hour /step]
0: Disable
Specifies the executing timing of the initial process control self-check when the
machine recovers from energy saver mode or auto off mode. The initial process
control self-check is cancelled during the time set with this SP.
3910
3910 001
3910 002
[Vmin Display] Vmin Display ([Color])
[K]
*BCU [0 to 2.00 / 0 / 0.01/step]
Displays the current Vmin value for K
[Color]
*BCU [0 to 2.00 / 0 / 0.01/step]
Displays the lowest current Vmin value for the colors (CMY).
3911
3911 001
3911 002
3911 003
3911 004
[Vt Display Cur] Vt Current Display ([Color])
[K]
*BCU Displays the current Vt value.
[Y]
*BCU [0.0 to 5.0 / - / 0.1V/step]
[M]
*BCU
[C]
*BCU
3912
3912 001
3912 002
3912 003
3912 004
[Vt Display Ave] Vt Average Display ([Color])
[K]
*BCU Displays the average Vt value.
[Y]
*BCU [0.0 to 5.0 / - / 0.1V/step]
[M]
*BCU
[C]
*BCU
3913
3913 001
3913 002
3913 003
3913 004
[T. Supply Time] Toner Supply Time Display ([Color])
[K]
*BCU Displays the toner supply clutch on time for the
[Y]
*BCU most recent page.
[M]
*BCU [0 to 5000 / - / 1 ms/step]
[C]
*BCU
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[OPC Refresh]
Temperature
*BCU [10 to 30 / 25 / 1°C /step]
This SP determines the temperature threshold for determining whether refresh
mode is done just after the machine is switched on.
The charge roller generates NOx (nitrogen oxides), and these contaminate the OPC
drum surface and may cause a smeared image.
Just after the main switch is turned on, if the temperature measured by both the
thermistor located at the right side on the laser optics housing unit and the
temperature/humidity sensor is greater than the temperature specified in this SP
mode, refresh mode is done before initial process control.
During refresh mode, toner is developed on the OPC with 50V development
potential and cleaned to remove NOx. This cycle is repeated a few times.
3920 002 Humidity
*BCU [10 to 90 / 75 / 1%/step]
This SP determines the humidity threshold for determining whether refresh mode is
done just after the machine is switched on.
Just after the main switch is turned on, if the humidity measured by the
temperature/humidity sensor is greater than the humidity specified in this SP mode,
refresh mode is done before the initial process control self-check.
3920 003 Prints
*BCU [10 to 2550 / 200 / 10 prints/step]
Specifies how often refresh mode is done.
When the total number of prints since the last refresh mode exceeds the number
specified in this SP mode, refresh mode is done before the job end process control
self-check.
3920 004 Mode Set
*BCU [0 to 2 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Disable
1: Mode 1 (Done at power on and toner end
recovery)
2: Mode 2 (Done at power on, toner end recovery,
and after the specified number of prints.)
Enables/disables refresh mode.
NOTE: Refresh mode is done during the toner end recovery self-check after a new
toner cartridge is installed.
3920 005 Forced
Executes a forced refresh mode. Use this mode when the image is smeared. It
takes about 1 minute.
3920 006 Auto Tnr Ref
*BCU [0 or 1 / 1 / -]
(Auto Toner Refresh)
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Performs a toner refresh during the OPC refresh mode by changing the
development bias from 50V to 400V. Enable this SP mode when dirty background
and/or firefly spots appear intermittently on prints with a low image area ratio. While
making prints with a low image area ratio, developer is agitated with less toner
supplied. This may cause the toner-carrier attraction force to increase or toner to
coagulate. This sometimes causes firefly spots or dirty background when a large
amount of toner is supplied.
NOTE: When enabling this SP mode, the following SP modes should be changed.
SP3-906-001 Job End Process Control Self-check
200 (Default) -> 100
SP3-920-003 OPC Refresh Mode / Prints
200 (Default) -> 100
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Service Tables
3920
3920 001
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
3921 001
3921 002
[Forced Tnr Ref] Forced Toner Refresh
Perform forced toner refresh mode.
When the developer has deteriorated or when prints are made in a very low humidity
condition, dirty background may appear continuously.
When this kind of dirty background appears, check whether or not the development
gamma is within the target (SP3-120 and 121). If the development gamma is not
within the target, do this SP mode.
The machine automatically does the toner refresh mode in the following sequence.
1. Consumes toner in the development unit without toner supply until toner end is
detected
2. Starts toner recovery mode.
3. Starts process control self-check.
NOTE: If toner is drastically consumed for a short time, this may cause carrier to
flow out. To prevent this, toner is consumed over a long period of time.(It takes
about 20 minutes to complete this toner refresh mode).
Bk
All Color
3922
[OPC Refresh2]
3923
[Trans P Pat] Line Pattern between transferred papers.
Generates line patterns between sheets on the transfer belt during a print job to
prevent the transfer-cleaning blade from rolling up.
Temp
*BCU [ 0 to 3 / 1 / 1 /step]
0: No Line
1: Input HH
2: Input HH, MM
3: Input All
HH (high temperature, high humidity)
MM (middle temperature, middle humidity)
P width (Paper width)
*BCU [ 1 or 2 / 1 / - ]
1: <= LTT (LT lengthwise or less)
2: All
Pat Interval
*BCU [ 0 to 255 / 0 / 1 /step]
If this SP is set to ‘n’, line patterns are generated once per “(n +1)” x 4 intervals.
3921
3923 001
3923 002
3923 003
G130/G131
*BCU [0 ∼ 2 / 1 / 1 /step]
0: Disable (OPC refresh is not executed.)
1: Low Coverage (OPC refresh is executed after
an output of low coverage ratio.)
2: All time (OPC refresh is executed after every
job.)
Specifies when the OPC refresh is executed for CMY drums, which forcibly creates
a temporary 15mm-wide toner line on the drum surface by applying the development
bias (200V) and turning on the development clutch at the end of a job.
Note that this OPC refresh is a separate process from the one controlled by SP3920 and 3-921.
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3924
3924 001
3924 002
3975
SM
[P Pat Interval] Process Control Pattern Interval
Vref compensation is skipped during a print job.
Pat Interval
*BCU [ 0 to 10 / 0 / 1 /step]
If this SP is set to ‘n’, Vref compensation is skipped “n” times per “(n + 1)” times.
This SP is activated only when SP3-924-002 is set to "0".
Mode Set
*BCU [ 0 to 2 / 1 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: Fixed (All)
1: Fuzzy (All)
2: Fuzzy (LL/MM)
3: Fuzzy (LL)
LL (low temperature, low humidity)
MM (middle temperature, middle humidity)
Selects the condition for VREF.compensation.
Fixed (ALL):
The process control pattern is created on the transfer belt at times
specified with SP3-924-001.
Fuzzy (All):
At multiple printing jobs, the process control pattern is created on
the transfer belt as followings.
1) Created at every paper when the machine gets a 1 to 8 prints job.
2) Created 4 times and then skipped 4 times when the machine gets a
9 to 32 prints job.
3) Created 4 times and then skipped 8 times when the machine gets a
33 to 68 prints job.
4) Created 4 times and then skipped 12 times when the machine gets
a over 69 prints job.
However, the process control pattern is created at every paper if
the machine gets a job, which has over 30% image ratio.
Fuzzy (LL/MM): The process control pattern is created as follow "Fuzzy (All)"
condition only when the environment meets the LL/MM condition.
Except the LL/MM condition, it is created at every paper.
Fuzzy (LL):
The process control pattern is created as follow "Fuzzy (All)"
condition only when the environment meets the LL condition.
Except the LL condition, it is created at every paper.
[P Ctrl Result] Process Control Self-check Result
*BCU [0 to 9999 / - / 1/step]
Displays the result of the latest process control self-check.
All colors are displayed. The results are displayed in the order “K Y C M”
e.g., 1 1 9 1: The self-check for Cyan failed but the others were successful
See the troubleshooting section for details.
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Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
Rev. 10/2005
SP5-XXX (Mode)
5024
*CTL 0: mm (Europe/Asia), 1: inch (USA)
[mm/inch Display]
Display units (mm or inch) for custom paper sizes.
5045
[Counter Method]
*CTL [0 or 1 / 1 / -]
0: Developments, 1: Prints
Selects the counting method if the meter charge mode is enabled with SP5-930001. You can change the setting only one time.
[Toner Refill Displ] Toner Refill Detection Display
Enables or disables the toner refill detection display.
5051 1 Toner Refill Displ
*CTL [ 0 or 1 / 0 /- ]
0: enable
1: disable
5051
⇒
5055
5055 1
*CTL 0: NO, 1: Yes
[Display IP Address]
Displays the LP’s IP Address on the display panel. (Default = NO)
5104
[Double Count]
5131
*BCU
[Paper Size]
• DOM: Japan
• USA: North America
• ERP: Europe
The default setting changes for each area.
5150
[Bypass Length Setting]
5179
[Print By-pass]
5302
*CTL# [-1440 to 1440 / 60 / 1 min./step] Not used
[Set Time]
Adjusts the RTC (real time clock) time setting for the local time zone.
Examples: For Japan (+9 GMT), enter 540 (9 hours x 60 min.)
NA :-300 (Montreal)
EU :+ 60 (Paris)
CH :+480 (Beijing)
TW :+480 (Taipei)
AS :+480 (Hong Kong)
G130/G131
*CTL [0 to 2 / 0 / 1 /step]
0: No, 1: YES, 2: Yes except By-pass
Specifies whether the counter is double clicked for A3/DLT size prints.
*CTL [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Lets or does not let the by-pass tray feed extra long paper (up to 1260 mm).
*CTL [0 or 1 / 0 / -]
0: OFF, 1: ON (displays error message)
Enables or disables the alert function for the paper feed misdirection at the by-pass
printing. This function shows an error message when a paper jam occurs because
the paper feed direction is different from the one that has been set with UP mode.
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5307
[Summer Time]
5307 001 Setting
*CTL#
[ 0 to 1 / NA, EU, ASIA / 1 /step]
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
NA and EUR: 1, ASIA: 0
Enables or disables the summer time mode.
NOTE: Make sure that both SP5-307-3 and 4 are correctly set. Otherwise, this SP
is not activated even if this SP is set to "1".
5307 003 Rule Set (Start)
*CTL#
Specifies the start setting for the summer time mode.
There are 8 digits in this SP. For months 1 to 9, the "0" cannot be input in the first
digit, so the eight-digit setting for -2 or -3 becomes a seven-digit setting.
5404
[UCodeCtrClr] Use Code Counter Clear
Clears all counters for users.
5501*
[PM Alarm]
SM
Service Tables
1st and 2nd digits: The month. [1 to 12]
3rd digit: The week of the month. [1 to 5]
4th and 5th digits: The day of the week.
[0 to 6 = Sunday to Saturday]
6th digit: The hour. [00 to 23]
7th digit: The length of the advanced time.
[0 to 9 / 1 hour /step]
8th digit: The length of the advanced time.
[0 to 5 / 10 minutes /step]
For example: 3500010 (EU default)
The timer is advanced by 1 hour at am 0:00 on the 5th Sunday in March
• The digits are counted from the left.
• Make sure that SP5-307-1 is set to "1".
5307 004 Rule Set (End)
*CTL#
Specifies the end setting for the summer time mode.
There are 8 digits in this SP.
1st and 2nd digits: The month. [1 to 12]
3rd digit: The week of the month. [0 to 5]
4th digit: The day of the week.
[0 to 7 = Sunday to Saturday]
5th and 6th digits: The hour. [00 to 23]
The 7th and 8 digits must be set to "00".
• The digits are counted from the left.
• Make sure that SP5-307-1 is set to "1".
*CTL [0 to 9999 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Disables the PM alarm
Sets the PM alarm level. A PM alarm is made when this condition occurs: PA x
1000 = PC, where PA is the value set in SP5-501 and PC is the value in the PM
counter. This SP is for use with NRS.
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
*CTL [0 to 3 / 3 / 1/step]
3: 6K, 2: 3K, 1: 1.5K, 0: Disables the jam alarm
Sets the jam alarm level. If a paper jam occurs, the jam alarm counter increases by
+1. If no paper jam occurs while the set number of paper is output, the jam alarm
counter decreases by -1. The jam alarm occurs when the jam alarm counter gets to
+10. This SP is for use with NRS.
5504
[Jam Alarm]
5505
[Error Alarm]
*CTL [0 to 255 / G130: 25, G131: 35 / 1/step]
0: Disables the PM alarm
Sets the error alarm level. If an SC code occurs, the error alarm counter increases
by +1. If no SC code occurs while the set number of paper is output, the jam alarm
counter decreases by -1. The error alarm occurs when the error alarm counter
reaches +5. This SP is for use with NRS.
5507
[Supply Alarm]
Enables or disables the supply alarm.
5507 001 Paper Supply Alarm
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
5507 002 Staple Supply Alarm
*CTL 0: OFF, 0: ON
5507 003 Toner Supply Alarm
*CTL
Sets the supply alarm level. A supply alarm counter increases by +1 when a sheet of the related
size is used. The supply alarm occurs when one of the supply alarm counters gets to the set
value. This SP is for use with NRS.
5507 128 Interval: Others
*CTL [250 to 10000 / 1000 / 1/step]
5507 132 Interval: A3
*CTL
5507 133 Interval: A4
*CTL
5507 134 Interval: A5
*CTL
5507 141 Interval: B4
*CTL
5507 142 Interval: B5
*CTL
5507 160 Interval: DLT
*CTL
5507 164 Interval: LG
*CTL
5507 166 Interval: LT
*CTL
5507 172 Interval: HLT
*CTL
5515
5515 001
G130/G131
[SC Call Setting]
Enables or disables the SC call setting.
SC Call Setting
*CTL [0 or 1 / 0 / – ]
0: Enable, 1: Disable
This SP is activated only when CSS or NRS is
enabled.
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[Memory Clear] ( 5.3.2)
All
ENG All
SCS
IMH
MCS
PRT
Web Service
5801 011 NCS
5801 014
5801 015
5801 016
5801 017
DCS Setting
Clear UCS Setting
MIRS Setting
CCS
5801 018 SRM
5801 019 LCS Setting
Executes SP5-801-002 through 019.
Resets or deletes the engine-related data.
Clears the system settings.
Clears IMH data. DFU
Clears MCS data. DFU
Clears the printer application settings.
Clears the netfile application management files
and thumbnails, and initializes the job login ID.
Initializes the system default and interface settings
(IP address also), SmartNetMonitor for
Admin, WebStatusMonitor settings, and the
TELNET settings.
Resets or deletes the DCS-related data.
Resets or deletes the UCS-related data.
Resets or deletes the MIRS-related data.
Initializes the CCS (Certification and Chargecontrol Service) settings.
Initializes the SRM settings
Initializes the LCS settings and logs.
5802
[EngineFreeRun]
Performs a free run on the printer engine.
NOTE:
• The machine starts free run in the same condition as the sequence of A4/LT
printing from the 1st tray. Therefore, paper should be loaded in the 1st tray, but
paper is not fed.
• The main switch has to be turned off and on after using the free run mode for a
test.
5803
5804
[Input Check] ( 5.3.3)
[Output Check] ( 5.3.4)
5808
[Destination]
Destination Code Display
Displays the destination code.
*BCU
[0 to 3 / 0 / - ]
0: DOM, 1: NA, 2: EURO, 3: ASIA
5809
[SC OFF] SC Detection ON/OFF
*BCU
[0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Enable, 1: Disable
5809 001 ALL
Enable or disables the service call detection. The SC codes (not related to the
waste toner vibrator) are all ignored when SP5-809-001 is enabled.
5810
SM
[SC Reset]
Resets a type A service call condition. Turn the main power switch off and on after
resetting the SC code.
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Service Tables
5801
5801 001
5801 002
5801 003
5801 004
5801 005
5801 008
5801 010
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5811
[SN Display] Serial Number Display
Displays the machine serial number.
*BCU
*CTL
5812
[Tel. No. Setting]
5812 001 Service
Sets the telephone number for a service representative. This number is printed on
the Counter List, which can be printed with the user’s “Counter” menu. This can be
up to 20 characters (both numbers and alphabetic characters can be input).
5812 002 FAX TEL No.
Sets the fax or telephone number for a service representative. This number is
printed on the Counter List, which can be printed with the user’s “Counter” menu if
the Meter Charge mode is selected with SP5-930-1. This can be up to 13 characters
(both numbers and alphabetic characters can be input).
5816
[Remote Service]
Used for NRS only
5816 001 I/F Setting
5816 002
5816 003
5816 006
5816 007
5816 008
5816 009
5816 010
5816 011
5816 021
5816 022
5816 023
5816 061
5816 062
5816 067
5816 068
G130/G131
*CTL [0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF
1: Network (The remote service function is on.)
CE Call
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Start, 1: End
Function Flag
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Off (The remote service function is disabled.)
1: On (The remote service function is enabled.)
Device Information
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Not displayed, 1: Displayed
Shows or does not show the device information in the User Tools.
SSL Disable
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Enabled, 1: Disabled
RCG Connect Time
*CTL [1 to 90 / 10 / 1 second/step]
Sets the timeout counter for the remote connection.
RCG Write Timeout
*CTL [0 to 100 / 60 / 1 second/step]
Sets the timeout counter for writing processing.
RCG Read Timeout
*CTL [0 to 100 / 60 / 1 second/step]
Sets the timeout counter for reading processing.
Port 80 Enable
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Disables, 1: Enables
Enables or disables access to the SOAP method via port 80.
RCG-C Registed
*CTL Not used
This SP is not used at this time
RCG-C Regist Det
*CTL Not used
This SP is not used at this time
Connect Type
Not used
This SP is not used at this time
Cert Expire Time
Not used
This SP is not used at this time
Use Proxy
Not used
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Up State
Not used
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Error
Not used
This SP is not used at this time
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5816 069
5816 083
5816 084
5816 085
5816 086
5816 087
5816 088
5816 089
5816 090
5816 091
5816 092
5816 093
5816 094
5816 200
5816 201
5816 202
5816 203
5816 204
5816 205
5816 206
5816 207
5816 208
5816 250
[Remote Service]
Used for NRS only
CERT: Up ID
This SP is not used at this time
Firm Up Status
This SP is not used at this time
Non-HDD Firm Up
This SP is not used at this time
Firm Up User Che
This SP is not used at this time
Firmware Size
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Macro Ver.
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: PAC Ver.
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: ID2 Code
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Subject
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Serial No.
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Issuer
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Valid Start
This SP is not used at this time
CERT: Valid End
This SP is not used at this time
Manual Polling
This SP is not used at this time
Regist Status
This SP is not used at this time
Letter Number
This SP is not used at this time
Confirm Execute
This SP is not used at this time
Confirm Result
This SP is not used at this time
Confirm Place
This SP is not used at this time
Register Execute
This SP is not used at this time
Register Result
This SP is not used at this time
Error Code
This SP is not used at this time
CommLog Print
This SP is not used at this time
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Service Tables
5816
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
5821
[Remote Service Address]
5821 001 CSS-PI Device Code
*CTL [0 to 4 / 0 / 1/step] DFU
5821 002 RCG IP Address
*CTL [00000000h to FFFFFFFFh / 00000000h / 1/step]
Sets the IP address of the RCG (Remote Communication Gate).
SM
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G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5824
[NVRAMUpload] NVRAM Upload
#
Uploads the UP and SP mode data (except for counters and the serial number) from
the NVRAM to an SD card.
5825
[NVRAMDownload] NVRAM Download
#
Downloads the UP and SP mode data from an SD card to the NVRAM.
[Network] Job spool settings/ Interface selection for Ethernet and wireless LAN
5828
5828 050 1284 Compatible
*CTL [0 or 1 / 1 / 1 / step]
(Centro)
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
Enables or disables 1284 Compatibility.
5828 052 ECP (Centro)
*CTL [0 or 1 / 1 / 1 / step]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
NOTE: This SP is activated only when SP5-82850 is set to "1".
Enables or disables ECP Compatibility.
5828 65 Job Spool
*CTL [0 or 1 / 0 / 1 / step]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
Enables/disables Job Spooling.
5828 066 HD job Clear
*CTL [0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF
1: ON (Prints jobs before clearing job data)
Treatment of the job when a spooled job exists at power on.
5828 069 Job Spool (Protocol)
*CTL [0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Off, 1: On
Bit switch:
• Bit 0: LPR
• Bit 1: FPT
• Bit 2: IPP
• Bit 3: SMB
• Bits 4 to 7: Reserved
Switches job spooling off or on and enables settings for job spooling protocols.
5828 084 Print Settings List
*CTL Prints a list of NCS related parameters.
5828 090 TELNET
*CTL [0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
Enables or disables Telnet.
5828 091 Web
*CTL [0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
Enables or disables the Web monitor.
5832
G130/G131
[HDD Init.] HDD Initialization
Prepares the hard disk. Use this SP mode only when there is a hard disk error.
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5839
5839 007
[IEEE1394]
Cycle Master
5839 008
BCR mode
5839 009
IRM 1394a Check
5839 010
Unique ID
5839 011
Logout
5839 012
Login
5839 013
Login MAX
*CTL
Turns the cycle master function on/off.
[0 or 1 / 1 / 1 /step]
0: OFF
1: ON
Selects either ‘Standard’, 'IRM Color Copy', or 'Always
Effective'.
Turns the IRM 1394a check on/off.
[0 or 1 / 0 / - ]
0: OFF
1: ON
If the IRM is not defined as 1394a standard, its node is
used as IRM.
Turns on/off the function of the unique ID enumeration.
[0 or 1 / 1 / - ]
0: OFF
1: ON
Prevents initiators from logging on or makes initiators
log off.
[0 or 1 / 1 / - ]
0: OFF
(Prevents the initiators, having already logged on, to
log on if they try to log on.)
1: ON
(Makes initiators, having already logged on, to log off if
they try to log on.)
Allows/disallows an initiator to exclusively log on.
[0 or 1 / 0 / - ]
0: OFF (Disallows)
1: ON (Allows)
Specifies the maximum initiators able to log on.
[0 to 63 / 8 / 1 /step]
5840
[IEEE 802.11b]
5840 006 Channel Max
*CTL [1 to 11 or 14 / 1 / 1 /step]
Europe/Asia: 1 to 13
USA: 1 to 11
Note: Do not change the setting
Sets the maximum number of channels available for data transmission via the
wireless LAN. The number of channels available varies according to location. The
default settings are set for the maximum end of the range for each area. Adjust the
upper 4 bits to set the maximum number of channels. DFU
5840 007 Channel Min
*CTL [1 to 11 or 14 / 1 / 1 /step]
Europe/Asia: 1 to 13
USA: 1 to 11
Note: Do not change the setting
Sets the minimum number of channels available for data transmission via the
wireless LAN. The number of channels available varies according to location. The
default settings are set for the minimum end of the range for each area. Adjust the
lower 4 bits to set the minimum number of channels. DFU
SM
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G130/G131
Service Tables
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5840
[IEEE 802.11b]
5840 011 WEP key number
*CTL [00~11 / 00 / 1 binary]
00: Key #1
01: Key #2 (Reserved)
10: Key #3 (Reserved)
11: Key #4 (Reserved)
Selects the WEP key.
5842
5842 1
[NFA analysis] Net File Analysis Mode Setting DFU
NFA analysis
*CTL Default: 00000000 – do not change
Netfiles: Jobs to be printed from the document
server using a PC and the DeskTopBinder
software
5844
[USB]
5844 001 Transfer Rate
5844 002 Vendor ID
5844 003 Product ID
5844 004 Dev Release Num
*CTL Adjusts the USB transfer rate.
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Auto Change, 1: Full speed
*CTL Displays the vendor ID. DFU
*CTL Displays the product ID. DFU
*CTL Displays the development release version
number. DFU
[Delivery Srv] Delivery Server
5845
5845 003 Retry Interval
*CTL [60 to 900 / 300 / 1 second/step]
Specifies the retry interval.
5845 004 No. of Retries
*CTL [0 to 99 / 3 / 1/step]
Specifies the maximum number of retries.
5846
[UCS Setting]
5846 003 Maximum Entries
*CTL
Displays the number of maximum entries.
5846 050 Initialize All Dir
*CTL
#
Initializes all address book data in the UCS except administrator account data.
5846 060 Search option
[0 to 255 / 15 / Bit switches]
Bit 0: No distinction between cap and small letter
Bit 1 and 3: Japan use only
Sets the condition of the search option that searches an address in the UCS.
5846 062 Complexity opt 1
Not used
5846 063 Complexity opt 2
Not used
5846 064 Complexity opt 3
Not used
5846 065 Complexity opt 4
Not used
G130/G131
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5848
5848 004
5848 009
5848 011
5848 201
5848 210
5848 211
5848 212
5848 213
5848 214
5848 215
5848 216
5848 217
[Web Service]
ac: ud (Access control:
*CTL Switches access control on and off.
User directory)
0000: No access control 0001: Denies access to
ac: jc (Access control:
*CTL DeskTop Binder.
Job control)
ac: dm (Access control:
*CTL
Device management)
Regular Trans
Not used
LogType: Job 1
Not used
LogType: Job 2
Not used
LogType: Access
Not used
Primary Srv
Not used
Secondary Srv
Not used
Start Time
Not used
Interval Time
[0 to 1000 / 1 / 1 hour/step]
Adjusts the transmission interval time for Web Service.
This SP is enabled only when SP5848-217 is set to "2".
Timing
[0 to 2 / 0 / 1 /step]
0: Transmission off
1: One by one transmission
2: Interval transmission
Sets the transmission timing for Web Service.
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Public, 1: Private
Selects the Bluetooth mode.
[Remote Update] Remote ROM Update
5856
5856 002 Local Port
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Allows the technician to upgrade the firmware using a parallel cable when updating
the remote ROM.
5857
[Save Debug Log]
5857 001 On/Off
5857 002
5857 005
5857 006
5857 009
5857 010
SM
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: OFF, 1: ON
Enables or disables the debug log saving function.
Target
*CTL [2 to 3 / 2 / 1/step]
2: HDD, 3: SD
Sets the storage location for the debug log.
Save to HDD
*CTL
Sets the key number of the debug log.
Save to SD
*CTL
Sets the key number of the debug log.
HDD to SD (4MB)
*CTL
Copies the most recent 4 MB of the debug log from the hard disk to the SD card.
HDD to SD (Any)
*CTL
Sets the key number of the debug log copied from the hard disk to the SD card.
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5851
[Bluetooth]
5851 001 Mode
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5857
[Save Debug Log]
5857 011 Erase HDD Log
*CTL
Deletes the debug log from the hard disk.
5857 012 Erase SD Log
*CTL
Deletes the debug log from the SD card.
5857 013 Free Space on SD
*CTL
Shows the free space on the SD card.
5857 014 SD to SD (4MB)
*CTL
Copies the most recent 4 MB of the debug log from an SD card to a different SD
card.
5857 015 SD to SD (Any)
*CTL
Sets the key number of the debug log copied from an SD card to a different SD
card.
5857 016 Make HDD Log File
*CTL Makes a log file on the HDD to save debug logs.
5857 017 Make SD Log File
*CTL To save debug logs, the controller makes a log file
first, then writes data in the file. This procedure
can use much time. The user can switch off the
main power switch before the log is written in the
file. To prevent this possible problem, you can
prepare a log file in advance. If you do this, the
controller uses less time to save logs because the
log file is prepared.
5858
[Debug Save When]
5858 001 Engine SC Error
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Collects debug logs when an engine-related SC code occurs.
5858 002 System SC Error
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Collects debug logs when a controller-related SC code occurs.
5858 003 Any SC Error
*CTL [00000 to 65535 / 0 / 1/step]
Sets the SC code whose logs are collected.
5858 004 Jam
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Collects debug logs when a paper jam occurs.
5859
5859 001
5859 002
5859 003
5859 004
5859 005
5859 006
5859 007
5859 008
5859 009
5859 010
[Log Save Key No.]
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
Key 5
Key 6
Key 7
Key 8
Key 9
Key 10
*CTL [0000000 to 9999999 / 0 / 1/step]
Sets the key number of a specific event ( NOTE)
whose logs are saved in the specified storage (
NOTE). When multiple key numbers are assigned, the
logs are collected in this order: Key 1, Key 2, ..., Key 9,
Key 10.
NOTE: The event is set with SP5-858. The storage is set
with SP5-857-2.
5860
[SMTP/POP3/IMAP]
5860 002 SMTP Srv Port No.
*CTL [1 to 65535 / 25 / 1/step]
Specifies the number of the SMTP server ports.
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5860 006
5860 007
5860 008
5860 009
5860 013
5860 014
5860 015
5860 017
5860 019
5860 020
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the SMTP authentication for mail transfers.
SMTP Auth Encryp
*CTL [0 to 2 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Automatic, 1: Not encrypt, 2: Encrypt
Encrypts or does not encrypt passwords for SMTP authentications.
POP before SMTP
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the authentication that is executed on the POP server before
the communication is established with the SMTP server to transfer mails.
POP to SMTP Wait
*CTL [0 to 10000 / 300 / 1 ms/step]
Specifies the waiting time to access the SMTP server after the authentication on the
POP server.
Rcv Protocol
*CTL [1 to 3 / 1 / 1 /step]
1: POP3, 2: IMAP4, 3: SMTP
Sets the receiving protocol for receiving an e-mail.
POP Auth. Encrypt
*CTL [0 to 2 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Automatic, 1: Not encrypt, 2: Encrypt
Encrypts or does not encrypt passwords for POP3/IMAP4 authentications.
POP Server Port No.
*CTL [1 to 65535 / 110 / 1/step]
Specifies the port number of the POP server.
IMAP Srv Port No
*CTL [1 to 65535 / 143 / 1/step]
Specifies the port number of the IMAP4 server.
Receive Interval
*CTL [2 to 1440 / 3 / 1 min/step]
Specifies the interval for receiving an e-mail.
Mail Keep Sett.
*CTL [0 to 2 / 0 / 1 /step]
0: No keep, 1: All, 2: Error mail
Sets the mail type kept in the mail server after receiving an e-mail.
When you set the "1", all e-mails are kept in the mail server after receiving an email. When you set the "2", only error mails are kept in the mail server after
receiving an e-mail. When you set the "0", no e-mail is kept in the mail server after
receiving an e-mail.
Part. Mail Rcv Tm
*CTL [1 to 168 / 72 / – ]
Sets the amount of time to wait before saving a mail that breaks up during
reception. The received mail is discarded if the remaining portion of the mail is not
received during this prescribed time.
5860 021 MDN Res RFC2298
*CTL [ 0 to 1 / 1 / – ]
0: No, 1: Yes
Determines whether RFC2298 compliance is switched on for MDN reply mail.
5860 022 SMTP From Replace
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
Determines whether the FROM item of the mail header is switched to the validated
account after the SMTP server is validated.
0: No. “From” item not switched, 1: Yes. “From” item switched.
5860 025 SMTP Auth Direct
[0 or 1 / 0 / – ]
Bit switch:
• Bit 0: LOGIN
• Bit 1: PLAIN
• Bit 2: CRAM MD5
• Bit 3: DIGEST MD5
• Bit 4 to 7: Not used
Selects the authentication method for SMPT.
NOTE: This SP is activated only when SMTP authorization is enabled with UP
mode.
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5860
[SMTP/POP3/IMAP]
5860 003 SMTP Auth
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5866
Rev. 10/2005
*CTL [0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Not attached, 1: Attached
Attaches or does not attach the data field to the header of alert e-mail.
[Mail: Date Field]
5869
[RAM Disk Setting]
5869 001 Mail Function
*CTL#
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: ON, 1: OFF
Enables or disables the e-mail transfer function. This SP sets the RAM disk size for
the e-mail transfer function.
5870
[Common Key Info Writing]
5870 001 Writing
*CTL Writes the authentication data (used for NRS) in
the memory.
5870 003 Initialize
*CTL Initializes the authentication data (used for NRS)
in the memory.
5873
[SD Card Appli Move]
5873 001 Move Exec
5873 002 Undo Exec
⇒
( 5.5)
5876
5876 010
[Security Clear]
Clear WS
5886
5886 1
*CTL 0: YES, 1: No
[ROM Update]
Enables/Disables firmware updates. (Default = Yes)
Clears the Net File area security data.
DFU
[Plug/Play] Plug & Play Name Selection
5907
5907 001 Plug/Play
*BCU Specifies the manufacturer and model name.
[0 to 11 / 0 / 1/step] FA
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
G130/G131
MF
Ricoh
Ricoh
Savin
Savin
Gestetner
Gestetner
NRG
NRG
Infotec
Infotec
Lanier
Lanier
Model Name
Aficio CL7200
Aficio CL7300
CLP128
CLP135
C7528n
C7535n
C7528n
C7535hdn
IPC 2832
IPC 3535e
LP332c
LP335c
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Aficio CL7200
Aficio CL7300
CLP128
CLP135
C7528n
C7535n
C7528n
C7535hdn
IPC 2832
IPC 3535e
LP332c
LP335c
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[Meter Charge] Meter Charge Mode
5930
5930 001 ON/OFF
*BCU # [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: OFF, 1: ON
Enables or disables the Meter Charge mode. When enabling the Meter Charge
mode, the “Counter” menu is added to the user menu.
5930 003 Menu
*BCU # [0 or 1 / 1 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Click 2, 1: Click 1
Selects the method for displaying the alert when the life of the parts in a
maintenance kit has almost ended. The following table lists the machine condition
when the near end or end condition of each maintenance unit is detected. In this
table, a dash (-) means “normal operation.”
A
B
C
D
E
F
Setting: 1 (Click 1)
Near End
Printing
Alert Alert
Alert Alert
Alert Alert
Alert Alert
Alert Alert
Stop
Alert Alert
-
Setting: 0 (Click 2)
Near End
Printing
Alert Alert
Stop
-
A: Color PCU
B: Color Development Unit
C: Fusing Unit
D: Black Development Unit
E: Waste Toner Bottle
F: Black PCU
5930 004 Paper Feed
[0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: No Alert, 1: Alert
Determines whether to display the alert when the life of the paper feed unit is nearly
ended.
5930 005 Paper Trans.
*BCU # [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: No Alert, 1: Alert
Determines whether to display the alert when the life of the transfer unit or transfer
belt-cleaning unit is nearly ended.
5930 006 Factory Use
Not used in this machine.
5961
SM
*BCU #
[Finisher Stack] Finisher Maximum Stack
*BCU [0 or 1 / 1 / -] Alphanumeric
#
0: No, 1: Yes
Enables or disables maximum stack mode for the lower shift tray only in staple
mode. If this is enabled, the upper tray can be used for stacking 500 sheets but it
stays at the upper exit (will not be used for stapling mode), and the lower tray is
used for stacking up to 2,000 sheets. If this is disabled, the upper tray can be used
for stacking 500 sheets and the lower tray for 1,500 sheets.
NOTE: The main switch must be turned off and on to effect the setting change.
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NOTE: SP5-930-004 allows the alert for the paper feed
roller to show.
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5989
5989 001
5989 003
5989 004
[Loop Back Test]
Duplex
Finisher
PSU
5990
5990 001
5990 002
5990 004
5990 005
5990 006
[SP print mode]
All (Data List)
SP (Mode Data List)
Logging Data
Diagnostic Report
Non-Default
Executes a communication test with peripherals
by using a special tool (connector) which is unique
for each peripheral. The machine checks if the
communication with the peripherals is OK or NG;
then displays the result.
DFU
5990 007 NIB Summary
5991
Does SP5-990-002, 004, 005, 006, and 007.
Prints an SMC report on all SP modes.
Prints an SMC report on the SPs that save logs.
Prints the Self-Diagnosis Report.
Prints an SMC report on the SPs that have
settings which are different from the defaults.
Prints the network configuration report.
[Jam OFF/ON] Jam ON/OFF
[0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Enable, 1: Disable
Enables or disables jam detection.
[Line Adj.] Line Adjustment
Line Positioning Adjustment ([Color])
M: Main-scan, S: Sub-scan, Reg.: Registration, Mag.: Magnification
For example: M Reg = Main scan registration
5993 001 Mode Selection
*BCU [0 to 2 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Never done
1: Process Control
Done at
a) all process control self checks except
after toner end recovery and developer
initialisation.
b) new PCU detected.
c) the temperature has changed by 5°C
since the last adjustment.
2: Except ProCon
As for setting “1”, except it is not done during
self-checks. However, it is done at the initial
process control self check.
The size of the 5°C difference can be changed
with SP5-993-3
Specifies when the automatic line position adjustment is done.
5993
5993 002 Execute
Use to make a line position adjustment.
5993 003 Temperature
*BCU [3 to 15 / 5 / 1/oC]
Specifies the temperature for starting the line positioning adjustment.
The line position adjustment automatically starts when the temperature differs by
the amount specified in this SP mode from the temperature when the last
adjustment was done. There are two thermistors on the laser optics-housing unit.
The thermistor close to the fusing unit monitors the temperature for this adjustment.
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5993
5993 004
5993 005
5993 006
5993 007
[Line Adj.] Line Adjustment
Line Positioning Adjustment ([Color])
M: Main-scan, S: Sub-scan, Reg.: Registration, Mag.: Magnification
For example: M Reg = Main scan registration
Interrupt
*BCU [0 or 1 / 1 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Never done, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the line position adjustment during a print job when the
temperature differs by the amount specified in SP5-993-003 from the temperature at
the last adjustment.
Stand-by
*BCU [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the line position adjustment during stand-by mode when the
temperature differs by the amount specified in SP5-993-003 from the temperature at
the last adjustment.
Job Start
*BCU [0 or 1 / 1 / -]
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the line position adjustment just before starting a color print job
when the temperature differs by the amount specified in SP5-993-003 from the
temperature when the machine woke up from energy saver mode.
Result
*BCU
Displays the result of the latest line position adjustment in 4 digits.
First and second digits: Error detected on the rear ID sensor
Third and fourth digits: Error detected on the center ID sensor
Fifth and sixth digits:
Error detected on the front ID sensor
The 6th digit ↑
↑ The 1st digit
Refer to the Troubleshooting section for more details about the two-digit codes.
5993 008 Exe. Counter
*BCU
Displays how many times the line position adjustment has been executed.
Counts up by +1 normally.
After a forced adjustment and a PCU replacement, it counts up +3
Also includes adjustments done at the factory.
5993 009 Error Counter
*BCU Displays how many times errors have been
detected during the line position adjustment.
The way that the auto line position adjustment is done can be adjusted using the following SP
modes (SP5-993-010 to 021). These are coefficients used for the adjustment. Normally, do not
change except if the automatic adjustment gives poor results immediately after installing a new
optics-housing unit. Change the value then do a forced line position adjustment (SP 5-993-2) to
check the effects of the changes.
Example: If magenta is always shifted one dot to the left, reduce 5-993-11 by 1.
5993 010 M Offset [Y]
*BCU A fine adjustment to the main-scan registration.
5993 011 M Offset [M]
*BCU [-128 to 127 / 0 / 1 dot/step] FA
5993 012 M Offset [C]
*BCU 1 dot = 20µ
5993 013 M Mag Offset [Y]
5993 014 M Mag Offset [M]
5993 015 M Mag Offset [C]
5993 016
5993 017
5993 018
5993 019
5993 020
5993 021
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S Offset 600[Y]
S Offset 600[M]
S Offset 600[C]
S Offset 1200[Y]
S Offset 1200[M]
S Offset 1200[C]
*BCU A fine adjustment to the main-scan magnification.
*BCU [-100 to 100 / 0 / 0.01 %/step] FA
*BCU NOTE: The setting changes in this SP mode will
affect the next line position adjustment.
*BCU A fine adjustment to the sub-scan registration for
*BCU each color (color registration).
*BCU [-128 to 127 / 0 / 1 dot/step] FA
*BCU 600dpi: 1 dot = 40µ
*BCU 1200 dpi: 1 dot = 20µ
*BCU
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[Line Adj.] Line Adjustment
Line Positioning Adjustment ([Color])
M: Main-scan, S: Sub-scan, Reg.: Registration, Mag.: Magnification
For example: M Reg = Main scan registration
5993 022 Interrupt
*BCU [10 to 250 / 100 / 10 sheets/step]
5993
Specifies the number of sheets to be printed before a line position adjustment is
done during a print job. SP 5-993-4 must be enabled.
When the temperature difference meets the conditions specified in SP5-993-3, the
machine starts counting the number of prints in the job. The machine interrupts the
print job and does the line position adjustment if the number of prints exceeds the
number specified in this SP mode.
If the counted number of prints does not exceed the number specified, the machine
resets the counter, then continues to monitor the temperature and does the line
position adjustment next time.
5993 025 Drm Gear Phase
*BCU [0 to 345 / 0 / 15 degrees/step] DFU
Adjusts the phases of the black drum gear and the color drum gear.
5993 026 Initialization
*BCU [0 to 1 / 0 / 0/step] Alphanumeric
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the line position adjustment during initialization.
5993 027 Toner Refresh
*BCU [0 to 1 / 3 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Disable,
1: Line adj.,
2: PPS,
3: Line adj. & PPS
Selects the toner refreshing operation timing. Repetitive line position adjustments
can cause abnormal outputs such as white spots. To prevent this, toner is
consumed and supplied after line position adjustment.
5993 031 PPS: M
5993 032 PPS Set: M
Checks the transfer PPS in the 162-mm/s mode
(G131) or 125-mm/s mode (G130). Use this SP
only as explained in section 4.5.2.
*BCU G130: [6043 to 6166 / 6105 / 1 /step]
G131: [7832 to 7991 / 7912 / 1 /step]
Adjusts the transfer PPS in the 125-mm/s / 162-mm/s mode. Use this SP only as
explained in section 4.5.2.
5993 033 PPS: L
5993 034 PPS Set: L
Checks the transfer PPS in the 81-mm/s mode.
Use this SP only as explained in section 4.5.2.
*BCU [7832 to 7991 / 7912 / 1 /step]
Adjusts the transfer PPS in the 81-mm/s mode. Use this SP only as explained in
section 4.5.2.
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[Line Adj.] Line Adjustment
Line Positioning Adjustment ([Color])
M: Main-scan, S: Sub-scan, Reg.: Registration, Mag.: Magnification
For example: M Reg = Main scan registration
5993 035 Adj level
*BCU [ 0 to 5 / 1 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: HIGH
1: MID
2: LOW
3: BW-HI
4: BW-MID 5: BW-LOW
This SP specifies the level of color adjustment. This SP sets the following SPs as
listed.
5993
HI
0
1
200
200
0
480
1.00
1
3
1
0
1
100
1
0
MID
0
0
200
0
0
480
1.00
1
5
1
0
1
100
0
0
LOW
0
0
999
0
0
480
1.00
1
7
1
0
0
250
0
0
BW-HI
0
1
200
200
0
480
0.20
1
3
1
0
1
100
1
100
BW-MID BW-LOW
0
0
0
0
200
999
0
0
0
0
480
480
0.20
0.20
1
1
5
7
1
1
0
0
1
0
100
250
0
0
200
999
The adjustment numbers from 3 to 5 are for users who mainly use this machine for
black and white printing.
36 to 38
5993 036
5993 037
5993 038
5993 039
5993 040
5993 041
SM
Finely adjusts the main-scan registration. This SP can adjust the main scan
registration more precisely than the SP5993-10 to -12. Used for fine main scan
offset.
S: Off Set: [Y]
*BCU [ –15 to 15 / 0 / 1/16dot /step] FA
S: Off Set: [M]
*BCU
S: Off Set: [C]
*BCU
Execute
*BCU
Use to make a rough line position adjustment. If color registration errors are more
than 1.4 mm, use this SP. After doing this SP, do SP5-993-2 (Line position
adjustment).
Color_Adj_level (for
*BCU [ 0 or 1 / 1 / – ] Alphanumeric
warming up)
Sets the line position adjustment type when the fusing temperature is 60°C or less
immediately after the main power is turned on.
0: High (Skew adjustment once, main and sub scan magnification and registration
adjustment twice)
1: Mid (Skew adjustment once, main and sub scan magnification and registration
adjustment once)
Color_Adj_level
*BCU [ 0 or 1 / 1 / – ] Alphanumeric
Sets the line position adjustment type when the fusing temperature is more than
60°C immediately after the main power is turned on.
0: Mid (Main and sub scan magnification adjustment twice)
1: Low (Main and sub scan magnification adjustment once)
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Service Tables
SP2-919-003
SP3-125-003
SP3-906-001
SP3-906-002
SP3-906-003
SP3-906-004
SP3-906-005
SP5-993-001
SP5-993-003
SP5-993-004
SP5-993-005
SP5-993-006
SP5-993-022
SP5-993-026
SP5-993-055
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5993
42 to 044
5993 042
5993 043
5993 044
45 to 47
5993 045
5993 046
5993 047
5993 048
5993 049
5993 050
51 to 53
[Line Adj.] Line Adjustment
Line Positioning Adjustment ([Color])
M: Main-scan, S: Sub-scan, Reg.: Registration, Mag.: Magnification
For example: M Reg = Main scan registration
These SPs adjust the main scan registration when it is in 1200 dpi printing mode.
The polygon motor speed is different between the 1200 dpi printing mode and other
dpi printing modes. Because of this, the registration position of 1200 dpi printing
mode is slightly different from other printing modes.
Example: If magenta is always shifted one dot to the left, reduce 5-993-43 by 1.
M: Offset: 1200 [Y]
*BCU [ –128 to 127 / 0 / 1 /step] FA
M: Offset: 1200 [M]
*BCU
M: Offset: 1200 [C]
*BCU
These SPs adjust the main scan registration by 1/16 dot when it is in 1200 dpi
printing mode.
M Offset 2 1200 [Y]
*BCU [ –15 to 15 / 0 / 1/16dot /step] FA
M Offset 2 1200 [M]
*BCU
M Offset 2 1200 [C]
*BCU
Pulse: Y
*BCU Displays the correction pulse value of the
Pulse: M
*BCU main-scan magnification for yellow, cyan and
Pulse: C
*BCU magenta adjusted by the line position
adjustment.
Specifies the correction pulse value at the center of the image. This SP is used
when color registration errors occur at the center of the main scan but not at the
sides, after the line position adjustment is done. The values of these SPs are added
to the correction values that are adjusted by the center ID sensor when doing the
line position adjustment.
• A "–" value shifts the image to the front side of the machine (left side of the
image).
• A "+" value shifts the image to the rear side of the machine (right side of the
image).
5993 051
5993 052
5993 053
5993 054
D Mag Offset [Y]
D Mag Offset [M]
D Mag Offset [C]
D Mag Adj
*BCU
*BCU
*BCU
*BCU
[ –1023 to 1023 / 0 / 1 pulse /step] FA
[ 0 or 1 / 1 / – ] DFU
0: Disable, 1: Enable
Enables or disables the main-scan magnification adjustment with the center ID
sensor. When this SP is at "0", main-scan correction is done only with the rear and
front ID sensor during the line position adjustment.
5993 055 FC Prejob Music
*BCU [ 0 to 999 / 0 / 1 sheet /step]
Specifies the threshold for the line position adjustment when changing from black
and white printing and copying mode to color printing mode. When color printing
starts after the counter has got to the value set by this SP, the line position
adjustment is done before the color printing starts.
If the line position adjustment is done because of other conditions, the counter of
this SP is cleared.
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[Unit Set] Maintenance Unit Detection ON/OFF
5994
5994 001 Dev/PCU
*BCU# [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Enable, 1: Disable
Enables or disables PCU and development unit detection.
NOTE: If this mode is disabled, new unit detection also does not function. Use this
mode as a temporary measure, only when the micro-switches are defective.
5994 002 Oil Unit
*BCU# [0 or 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
Not Used
0: Enable, 1: Disable
This is for the oil supply unit only, and not the fusing unit
NOTE: Use this mode as a temporary measure, only when the unit detection
mechanism is defective.
[ColorGapAdj2] Color Gap Adjustment 2
Transfer belt speed affects image processing. The transfer belt speed needs to be
adjusted to uniform speed to ensure good quality image production. This machine has
the following two methods to adjust the transfer belt speed:
1. Transfer belt feedback: Fb
2. Dancing control
Dnc
5995 020 Trans Drv FB
*BCU Enables or disables the transfer belt feedback
feature and dancing control.
[ 0 to 2 / 0 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
0: FbOn, DncOn
1: FbOn, DncOff
2: FbOff, DncOff
5995 023
5995 024
5995 025
5995 027
5995 028
[Trans Drv Danc]
Dancing control corrects the belt speed for changes that are caused by deflection of
the belt regularity.
Ampli Param
*BCU DFU
Phase Param
*BCU DFU
Error Counter
*BCU Clears the dancing control error counter.
Target
Do this SP to detect the HP mark and measure
the belt regularity as a standard value.
Drv Rev Set
*BCU DFU
5997
[Test Pattern]
5997 001 IntTray
SM
Selects the tray for making a test print.
[0 to 4 / 1 / 1/step]
0: By-pass Table
1: Tray 1
2: Tray 2
3: Tray 3
4: Tray 4
NOTE: The machine makes a test pattern on the
paper size loaded in the selected paper tray.
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Service Tables
5995
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5997
[Test Pattern]
5997 002 Pattern
Selects a test pattern.
[0 to 23 / 0 / 1/step]
0: None
1: 1-dot sub-scan
2: 2-dot sub-scan
3: 1-dot main-scan
4: 2-dot main-scan
5: 1-dot grid (F)
7: 1-dot grid (R)
9: 1-dot slant
11: 1-dot pattern
12: 2-dot pattern
13: 4-dot pattern
15: trimming
16: Cross Stitch S
17: Cross Stitch M
18: Belt Horizontal
19: Belt Vertical
20: Checkereflag
21: Grey scale Ver
22: Grey scale Hor
23: Solid
Selects the color for making a test pattern.
[0 to 6 / 6 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Red
1: Green
2: Blue
3: Yellow
4: Magenta
5: Cyan
6: Black
Selects the color mode for making a test print.
[0 or 1 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Full Color
1: Single Color
Selects the resolution for making a test print.
[0 to 2 / 1 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: 600x600
1: 1200x600
2: 1200x1200
Selects the paper size for making a test pattern
from the by-pass table.
[0 to 3 / 0 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: A4 LEF
1: LT LEF
2: A3
3: DLT
Prints the test pattern with the settings specified
with SP5-997-001 to 006.
NOTE: When exiting the SP mode, the test print
mode is automatically canceled.
5997 003 Color
5997 004 Mode
5997 005 Resolution
5997 006 MLT Paper Size
5997 007 Print Exe
[Memory Clear] ( 5.3.2)
5998
5998 001 ENG Setting
5998 002 ENG Counter
G130/G131
Clears the engine settings except for counters.
Clears all counters.
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
SP6-XXX (Peripherals)
6110
[Punch]
Adjusts the punching position.
Punch 1
US: 2 punch holes
Europe: 2 punch holes
North Europe: 4 punch holes
Punch 2
US: 3 punch holes
Europe: 4 punch holes
Increment: Holes move toward the paper center.
Decrement: Holes move toward the paper edge.
6110 001 MF Fin 1
*BCU [-7.5 to 7.5 / 0 / 0.5 mm/step]
6110 002 MF Fin 2
*BCU
6110 003 Booklet Fin
[-2.5 to 7.5 / 0 / 0.5 mm/step]
6111 001
6111 002
6111 003
6111 004
6111 005
6111 006
6111 007
6112
6111 001
6111 002
6112 003
6112 004
6112 005
6112 006
SM
[Staple] Staple Position
Adjusts the stapling position.
Increment: Staple position moves toward the edge of paper.
Decrement: Staple position moves toward the center of paper.
NOTE: Although the adjustable range is ±3.5 mm, the stapling position can be
changed only by 1.0 mm when stapling one position at the front or rear side even
when the input value is more than 1.0.
MF Fin
*BCU [-3.5 to 3.5 / 0 / 0.5 mm/step]
A3
*BCU [-3.75 to 3.75 / 0 / 0.25 mm/step]
B4
*BCU
A4
*BCU
DLT
*BCU
LG
*BCU
LT
*BCU
[Fold] Fold Position
A3
B4
A4
DLT
LG
LT
*BCU
[-3.75 to 3.75 / 0. / 0.25 mm/step]
Adjusts the folding positions of the optional
booklet finisher.
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Service Tables
6111
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
SP7-XXX (Data Log)
7001
*BCU Display: 00000000~99999999 min
Working Time
The number of prints and drive time for drum revolutions can be obtained by counting
the main motor revolution time. If the amount of time required for the drum to revolve
to print 1 copy increases, this data combined with the number of copies can be used
to analyze problems and could be useful for future product development.
7401
*CTL [0 to 9999 / 0 / 1/step]
[SC Counter]
Displays the number of SC codes detected.
7502
*CTL [0 to 9999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
[Total Jam]
Displays the total number of jams detected.
7504
[Jam Location]
ON: On check, OFF: Off Check
Displays the number of jams according to the location where jams were detected.
At Power On
*CTL
Tray 1: ON
*CTL
Tray 2: ON
*CTL
Tray 3/LCT: ON
*CTL
Tray 4: ON
*CTL
Registration: ON
*CTL
External Tray: ON
*CTL
Internal Tray: ON
*CTL
Duplex: ON
*CTL
Duplex Exit 1: ON
*CTL
Duplex Exit 2: ON
*CTL
Duplex Exit 3: ON
*CTL
Duplex Feed: ON
*CTL
Mail Box Upper: ON
*CTL
Mail Box Lower: ON
*CTL
Tray 1: OFF
*CTL
Tray 2: OFF
*CTL
Tray 3/LCT: OFF
*CTL
Tray 4: OFF
*CTL
Registration: OFF
*CTL
External Tray: OFF
*CTL
Internal Tray: OFF
*CTL
Duplex: OFF
*CTL
Duplex Exit 1: OFF
*CTL
Duplex Exit 2: OFF
*CTL
Duplex Exit 3: OFF
*CTL
Duplex Feed: OFF
*CTL
Mail Box Upper: OFF
*CTL
Mail Box Lower: OFF
*CTL
Finisher Entrance
*CTL
Finisher Shift Tray 1
*CTL
Finisher Shift Tray 2
*CTL
Finisher Staple
*CTL
Finisher Exit
*CTL
Finisher Drive
*CTL
Finisher Tray Up/Down
*CTL
7504 001
7504 003
7504 004
7504 005
7504 006
7504 008
7504 009
7504 010
7504 011
7504 012
7504 013
7504 014
7504 015
7504 020
7504 021
7504 051
7504 052
7504 053
7504 054
7504 061
7504 063
7504 064
7504 065
7504 066
7504 067
7504 068
7504 069
7504 090
7504 091
7504 100
7504 101
7504 102
7504 103
7504 104
7504 105
7504 106
G130/G131
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
7504 107
7504 108
7504 109
7504 110
7504 111
7504 120
7504 121
7504 122
7504 123
7504 124
7504 125
7504 126
7504 127
7504 128
7504 129
7504 130
7504 131
7506
7506 005
7506 006
7506 014
7506 038
7506 044
7506 132
7506 133
7506 134
7506 141
7506 142
7506 160
7506 164
7506 166
7506 172
7506 255
SM
[Jam Location]
ON: On check, OFF: Off Check
Displays the number of jams according to the location where jams were detected.
Finisher Jogger
*CTL
Finisher Staple
*CTL
Finisher Exit
*CTL
Finisher Punch
*CTL
Finisher Jam Clear
*CTL
Finisher 120
*CTL Booklet finisher entrance off
Finisher 121
*CTL Booklet finisher entrance on
Finisher 122
*CTL Booklet finisher stack tray
Finisher 123
*CTL Booklet finisher folding off
Finisher 124
*CTL Booklet finisher folding on
Finisher 125
*CTL Booklet finisher staple
Finisher 126
*CTL Booklet finisher punch
Finisher 127
*CTL Booklet finisher transport motor
Finisher 128
*CTL Booklet finisher paddle motor
Finisher 129
*CTL Booklet finisher stapler/folder motor
Finisher 130
*CTL Booklet finisher fence motor
Finisher 131
*CTL Booklet finisher regular tray
[Jam Paper Size]
A4 LEF
A5 LEF
B5 LEF
LT LEF
HLT LEF
A3 SEF
A4 SEF
A5 SEF
B4 SEF
B5 SEF
DLT SEF
LG SEF
LT SEF
HLT SEF
Others
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
Displays the number of jams according to the
paper size.
[0 to 9999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
Service Tables
7504
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
7803
[PM Counter Display]
(Sheets or Rotations, Unit, [Color])
Dev.: Development Unit, PF: Paper Feed Rollers, Fusing: Fusing Unit,
Transfer: Transfer Unit
Displays the number of sheets printed for each current maintenance unit.
7803 001 Paper
*BCU [0 to 9999999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
7803 002 S: PCU [K]
*BCU PM counters click up based on the number of A4
7803 003 S: PCU [Y]
*BCU (LT) LEF size sheets printed. Therefore, the A3
7803 004 S: PCU [M]
*BCU (DLT) Double Count is activated. The Double
7803 005 S: PCU [C]
*BCU Count cannot be deactivated.
7803 006 S: Dev. [K]
*BCU When a unit is replaced, the machine
7803 007 S: Dev. [Y]
*BCU automatically detects that the new unit is installed.
7803 008 S: Dev. [M]
*BCU Then, the current PM counter value is
7803 009 S: Dev. [C]
*BCU automatically moved to the PM Counter - Previous
7803 011 PF By-pass
*BCU (SP7-906-1 to 10) and is reset to “0”.
7803 012 PF Tray 1
*BCU The total number of sheets printed with the last
unit replaced can be checked with SP7-906-1 to
7803 013 PF Tray 2
*BCU
10.
7803 014 PF Tray 3
*BCU
7803 015 PF Tray 4
*BCU SP7-803-001: This shows the number of pages
7803 016 S: Fusing
*BCU printed.
7803 017 S: Transfer
*BCU NOTE: The LCT is counted as the 3rd feed
station.
Displays the number of revolutions of motors or clutches for each current maintenance unit.
[0 to 9999999 / 0 / 1 revolution/step]
When a unit is replaced, the machine automatically detects that the new unit is installed. Then,
the current PM counter value is automatically moved to the PM Counter - Previous (SP7-906-11
to 20) and is reset to “0”. The total number of revolutions made with the last unit replaced can be
checked with SP7-906-11 to 20.
7803 018 R: PCU [K]
*BCU
7803 019 R: PCU [Y]
*BCU
7803 020 R: PCU [M]
*BCU
7803 021 R: PCU [C]
*BCU
7803 022 R: Dev. [K]
*BCU
7803 023 R: Dev. [Y]
*BCU
7803 024 R: Dev. [M]
*BCU
7803 025 R: Dev. [C]
*BCU
7803 027 R: Fusing
*BCU
7803 028 R: Transfer
*BCU
Displays the number of sheets printed until the waste toner bottle becomes full or toner runs out.
When a unit is replaced, the machine automatically detects that the new unit is installed. Then,
the current PM counter value is automatically moved to the PM Counter - Previous (SP7-906-21
to 25) and is reset to “0”. The total number of revolutions made with the last unit replaced can be
checked with SP7-906-21 to 25.
7803 029 S: Waste Toner
*BCU [0 to 9999999 / - / 1 sheet/step]
7803 030 S: Toner [K]
*BCU
7803 031 S: Toner [Y]
*BCU
7803 032 S: Toner [M]
*BCU
7803 033 S: Toner [C]
*BCU
Displays the total operating time for the toner attraction pump.
7803 034 TonerSupply[K]
*BCU [0 to 9999999 / - / 1 s/step]
7803 035 TonerSupply[Y]
*BCU
7803 036 TonerSupply[M]
*BCU
7803 037 TonerSupply[C]
*BCU
G130/G131
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[PM Counter Display]
(Sheets or Rotations, Unit, [Color])
Dev.: Development Unit, PF: Paper Feed Rollers, Fusing: Fusing Unit,
Transfer: Transfer Unit
Displays the value given by the following formula:
(Current revolution ÷ Target revolution) × 100, where “Current revolution” is the values of SP7803-18 through 27 and “Target revolution” is the fixed values. This shows how much of the unit’s
expected lifetime has been used up.
The R% counter is based on rotations, not prints. If the number of rotations reaches the limit, the
machine enters the end condition for that unit. If the print count lifetime is reached first, the
machine also enters the end condition, even though the R% counter is still less than 100%.
7803 038 R(%): PCU [K]
*BCU
7803 039 R(%): PCU [Y]
*BCU
7803 040 R(%): PCU [M]
*BCU
7803 041 R(%): PCU [C]
*BCU
7803 042 R(%): Dev [K]
*BCU
7803 043 R(%): Dev [Y]
*BCU
7803 044 R(%): Dev [M]
*BCU
7803 045 R(%): Dev [C]
*BCU
7803 047 R(%): Fusing
*BCU
7803 048 S: Trans Cln
*BCU
7803 049 R: Trans Cln
*BCU
7804
7804 001
7804 002
7804 003
7804 004
7804 005
7804 006
7804 007
7804 008
7804 009
7804 011
7804 012
7804 013
7804 014
7804 015
7804 016
7804 017
7804 018
7804 050
[PM Counter Reset]
(Unit, [Color])
Dev.: Development Unit, PF: Paper Feed Rollers, Transfer: Transfer Unit
Paper
Clears the PM counter.
Press the Enter key after the machine asks
PCU [K]
“Execute?”.
PCU [Y]
When a unit is replaced, the machine
PCU [M]
automatically detects that the new unit is installed.
PCU [C]
Then, the current PM counter value is
Dev. [K]
automatically moved to the b PM Counter Dev. [Y]
Previous (SP7-906-1 to 35) and is reset to “0”.
Dev. [M]
NOTE: The LCT is counted as the 3rd feed
Dev. [C]
station.
PF By-pass
PF Tray 1
PF Tray 2
PF Tray 3
PF Tray 4
Fusing
Transfer
Trans Cln
All
7807
[SC/Jam Clear] SC/Jam Counter Clear
Clears the counters related to SC codes and paper jams.
7832
[Diag. Result] Diagnostic Result
*CTL
Displays the result of the diagnostics. To scroll the return codes, press the up-arrow
key or the down-arrow key.
SM
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Service Tables
7803
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
[Coverage] Pixel Coverage Ratio
7833
Displays the image coverage ratio for each color of the last output. This SP mode displays the
“coverage ratio” of the output, i.e. the ratio of the total pixel area of the image data to the total
printable area on the paper. Note that this value is not directly proportional to the amount of toner
consumed, although of course it is one factor that affects this amount. The other major factors
involved include: the type, total image area and image density of the original, toner concentration
and developer potential.
7833 001 Last [K]
*BCU [0 to 100.00 / - / 0.01 %/step]
7833 002 Last [C]
*BCU
7833 003 Last [M]
*BCU
7833 004 Last [Y]
*BCU
Displays accumulated average value of image coverage ratio for each color.
SP7-833-005 to 008 vs SP8-831-001 to 004
The averages for K (SP7-833-005 and SP8-831-001) are the same.
For CMY, SP8-831 does not include black-and-white pages in the middle of a color job. However,
SP7-833 does include these pages in the average. As a result, the readings of SP7-833 will be
lower, because these averages include pages for which there is zero for CMY, but the averages
calculated for SP8-831 do not include these pages.
7833 005 Average [K]
*BCU [0 to 100.00 / - / 0.01 %/step]
7833 006 Average [C]
*BCU
7833 007 Average [M]
*BCU
7833 008 Average [Y]
*BCU
Displays the total number of toner cartridges replaced.
7833 011 Toner [K]
*BCU [0 to 65535 / - / 1 cartridge/step]
7833 012 Toner [C]
*BCU
7833 013 Toner [M]
*BCU
7833 014 Toner [Y]
*BCU
7834
7834 001
7834 002
7834 003
[Coverage Clear]
Average
Toner
S: PREV Toner
7834 004 S: Coverage 0-100
7834 255 All
7836
[Total Memory Size]
Shows the total storage size.
7901
7901 001
7901 002
7901 003
[Assert Info]
File Name
# of Lines
Location
G130/G131
Resets the average coverage counters.
Resets the toner cartridge counters.
Resets the sheet counters of the previous
cartridges. The sheet counters count the number
of sheets printed with a toner cartridge.
Resets the coverage counters.
Executes SP7-834-001 through 004.
Records the location where a problem is detected
in the program. The data stored in this SP is used
for problem analysis. DFU
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
7904 001
7904 002
7904 003
7904 004
[Supply Alert] Supply Alert Setting
Sets the supply alert timing.
M Kit
*BCU [0 to 2 / 1 / 1 /step] Alphanumeric
Fuser
*BCU 0: Earlier
PCU
*BCU 1: Default
Dev
*BCU 2: Nearly Limit
7905
7905 006
7905 028
7905 029
[Alert Display]
Fus Life
M kit: Bk
M kit: Cl
7906
[PMCounter-PREV] PM Counter - Previous
(Sheets or Rotations, Unit, [Color]), Dev.: Development Unit
S: PCU [K]
*BCU Displays the number of sheets printed with the
S: PCU [Y]
*BCU previous maintenance units.
S: PCU [M]
*BCU [0 to 9999999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
S: PCU [C]
*BCU
S: Dev. [K]
*BCU
S: Dev. [Y]
*BCU
S: Dev. [M]
*BCU
S: Dev. [C]
*BCU
S: Fusing
*BCU
R: PCU [K]
*BCU Displays the number of revolutions for motors or
R: PCU [Y]
*BCU clutches in the previous maintenance units.
R: PCU [M]
*BCU [0 to 9999999 / 0 / 1 revolution/step]
R: PCU [C]
*BCU
R: Dev. [K]
*BCU
R: Dev. [Y]
*BCU
R: Dev. [M]
*BCU
R: Dev. [C]
*BCU
R: Fusing
*BCU
S: Waste Toner
*BCU Displays the number of sheets printed with the
S: Toner [K]
*BCU previous maintenance unit or toner cartridge.
S: Toner [Y]
*BCU [0 to 9999999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
S: Toner [M]
*BCU
S: Toner [C]
*BCU
R(%): PCU [K]
*BCU Displays the value given by the following formula:
R(%): PCU [Y]
*BCU (Current count ÷ Yield count) x 100, where
R(%): PCU [M]
*BCU “Current count” is the current values in the counter
R(%): PCU [C]
*BCU for the part, and “Yield count” is the recommended
R(%): Dev [K]
*BCU yield.
R(%): Dev [Y]
*BCU [0 to 999 / 0 / 1 %/step]
R(%): Dev [M]
*BCU
R(%): Dev [C]
*BCU
R(%): Fusing
*BCU
7906 001
7906 002
7906 003
7906 004
7906 005
7906 006
7906 007
7906 008
7906 010
7906 011
7906 012
7906 013
7906 014
7906 015
7906 016
7906 017
7906 018
7906 020
7906 021
7906 022
7906 023
7906 024
7906 025
7906 026
7906 027
7906 028
7906 029
7906 030
7906 031
7906 032
7906 033
7906 035
7907
[Check Sum]
7907 001 Engine Main
7907 002 Engine MUSIC
SM
*BCU Japan Use Only
*BCU Japan Use Only
*BCU Japan Use Only
*BCU Displays the check sum of the firmware.
*BCU
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Service Tables
7904
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
7910
7910 001
7910 002
7910 007
7910 009
7910 010
7910 011
7910 013
7910 014
7910 018
7910 021
7910 022
7910 023
7910 131
7910 150
7910 151
7910 152
7910 153
7910 154
7910 155
7911
7911 001
7911 002
7911 007
7911 009
7911 010
7911 011
7911 013
7911 014
7911 018
7911 021
7911 022
7910 023
7911 131
7911 150
7911 151
7911 152
7911 153
7911 154
7911 155
G130/G131
[ROM No] ROM Part Number
Displays the part number of the ROM..
System
7910 156
Engine
7910 157
Finisher
7910 158
Bank
7910 159
LCT
7910 160
Mail Box
7910 161
Duplex
7910 162
MUSIC
7910 163
NIB
7910 164
DSP MUSIC
7910 180
BIOS
7910 181
HDD Format Option
7910 182
Bluetooth
7910 183
RPCS
7910 200
PS
7910 202
RPDL
7910 204
R98
7910 209
R16
7910 210
RPGL
7910 211
R55
RTIFF
PCL
PCLXL
MSIS
MSIS (OPTION)
PDF
BMLinkS
PictBridge
FONT
FONT 1
FONT 2
FONT 3
Factory
Net File
Printer
Test Suite
MIB
Web System
[Firmware Ver.] Firmware Version
Displays the firmware version.
System
7911 156
Engine
7911 157
Finisher
7911 158
Bank
7911 159
LCT
7911 160
Mail Box
7911 161
Duplex
7911 162
MUSIC
7911 163
NIB
7910 164
DSP MUSIC
7911 180
BIOS
7911 181
HDD Format Option
7911 182
Bluetooth
7911 183
RPCS
7911 200
PS
7911 202
RPDL
7911 204
R98
7911 209
R16
7911 210
RPGL
7911 211
R55
RTIFF
PCL
PCLXL
MSIS
MSIS (OPTION)
PDF
BMLinkS
PictBridge
FONT
FONT 1
FONT 2
FONT 3
Factory
Net File
Printer
Test Suite
MIB
Web System
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
SP8-XXX (Data Log 2)
The counters in Data Log 2 are commonly used by multiple machines. Data Log 2
includes the counters of the functions or units that are not supported by the
machine. The counters in Data Log 2 are cleared by SP5-801 (Memory Clear).
Keys and abbreviations in Data Log 2
• Program-independent keys and abbreviations
/
by (“T:Jobs/Apl” means the total Jobs by Application.)
>
or more (“2>” means two or more.)
AddBook
address book
Apl
application program
B/W
black & white
Bk
black
C
cyan
ColCr
color create
ColMode
color mode
Comb
combine
Comp
compression
Deliv
delivery
DesApl
designated application program (The designated application program is the
application program that stores the data or information on the document server,
for example.)
Dev Counter development count; the number of pages developed
Dup, Duplex
duplex printing
Emul
emulation
FC
full color
FIN
finish, post-print processing
Full Bleed
without margin
GenCopy
generation copy
GPC
get print counter (The get print counter starts counting when the number of
processed pages exceeds 10. For example, when 12 pages are processed, the
get print counter shows 2.)
IFax
Internet fax
ImgEdt
image editing performed on the original with the copier GUI (Image editing
includes, for example, border removal, adding stamps, and page numbering.)
K
black in the YMCK mode
LS
local storage; document server
LSize
large size
Mag
magnification
MC
one color
NRS
new remote service; NRS
Org
original for scanning
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G130/G131
Service Tables
• Program-related keys and abbreviations
T:
the grand total of the counters of all application programs
C:
the counter of the copier application program excluding the events related to the
document server
F:
the counter of the facsimile application program excluding the events related to
the document server
P:
the counter of the printer application program excluding the events related to the
document server
S:
the counter of the scanner application program excluding the events related to
the document server
L:
the counter of the document server (local storage)
O:
the counter of other application programs including remote application programs
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
OrgJam
Palm 2
PC
PGS
PJob
Ppr
PrtJam
PrtPGS
R
Rez
SC
Scn
Sim, Simplex
S-to-Email
SMC
Svr
TonEnd
TonSave
TXJob
YMC
YMCK
8001
8004
original jam
Print Job Manager/Desk Top Editor (A pair of utility programs that distribute print
jobs evenly among the printers on the network and processes files.)
personal computer
pages (Duplex printing is counted as two. A3/DLT simplex is counted as two if
the A3/DLT double-count program is validated.)
print job
paper
printer (plotter) jam
print pages
red toner remaining (Currently, no machine supports this function.)
resolution
service condition code; SC code
scan
simplex, printing on one side.
scan-to-e-mail
SMC report printed by SP5-990
server
toner end
toner save
send, transmission
yellow, magenta, and cyan
yellow, magenta, cyan, and black
T:Total Jobs
P: Total Jobs
*CTL
*CTL
The number of times the application program starts a
job
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
• The jobs interrupted by paper jams or some other errors are also counted.
• The jobs executed by SPs are not counted.
• When using secure printing (when a password is required to start the print job),
the job is counted at the time when either “Delete Data” or “Specify Output” is
specified.
• When the user prints a report (user code list, for example), the O: counter
increments.
8021
8024
8027
T: Pjob/LS
P: Pjob/LS
O: Pjob/LS
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
The number of times the application program stores
data on the document server
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
• When images stored on the document server by a network application (including
Palm 2), are printed with another application, the O: counter increments.
8031
8034
8037
T: Pjob/DesApl
P: Pjob/DesApl
O: Pjob/DesApl
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
The number of times the application program
retrieves data from the document server
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
• When documents already stored on the document server are printed, the counter
of the application program that executes the print job increases.
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
T: FIN Jobs
P: FIN Jobs
O: FIN Jobs
Sort
002
Stack
003
Staple
004
Booklet
005
Z-Fold
006
Punch
007
Other
8071
8074
8077
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
T: Jobs/PGS
P: Jobs/PGS
O: Jobs/PGS
1 Page
2 Pages
3 Pages
4 Pages
5 Pages
6~10 Pages
11~20 Pages
*CTL The number of times the application program uses
*CTL the finisher
*CTL [0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
The number of times the application program starts the sort
mode
The number of times the application program starts the tack
mode
The number of times the application program starts the staple
mode
The number of times the application program starts the
booklet mode
NOTE: The counter of the staple mode (003) can also
increase.
The number of times the application program starts the Z-fold
mode
NOTE: The booklet mode is not included.
The number of times the application program starts the
punch mode
NOTE: The counter of the printer application program (P:)
can also increase.
(Reserved)
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
The number of jobs that try to output a specific
number of pages
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
21~50 Pages
51~100 Pages
101~300 Pages
301~500 Pages
501~700 Pages
701~1000 Pages
1001~ Pages
Service Tables
8061
8064
8067
001
• The jobs interrupted by paper jams or some other errors are also counted.
• If a job is suspended and restarted later, the job is seen as one job.
• If the finisher runs out of staples during stapling, the job is counted at the time
the error occurs.
• The first test print and subsequent test prints to adjust settings are added to the
number of pages of the copy job (SP8-072).
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G130/G131
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
8381
8384
8387
T: Total PrtPGS
P: Total PrtPGS
O: Total PrtPGS
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
The number of sheets that the application program
tries to print (excluding the pages printed in the SP
mode)
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
• A3/DLT simplex is counted as two if the A3/DLT double-count program is
validated.
• The following pages are not counted as printed pages:
• Blank pages in a duplex printing job
• Blank pages inserted as document covers, chapter title sheets, and slip
sheets
• Reports printed to confirm counts
• All reports done in the service mode (service summaries, engine
maintenance reports, etc.)
• Test prints for machine image adjustment
• Error notification reports
• Partially printed pages as the result of a copier jam
8391
LSize PrtPGS
*CTL
The number of sheets printed on A3/DLT and larger
sizes
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
8411
Prints/Duplex
*CTL
The number of sheets used in duplex printing
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
• The counter increases by +1 when both sides (front/back) are printed. The
counter does not increase when one of the two sides is not printed (e.g., the last
page of the documents that have three pages, five pages, seven pages, and so
on).
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
8421
8424
8427
001
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
T: PrtPGS/Dup
Comb
P: PrtPGS/Dup
Comb
O: PrtPGS/Dup
Comb
Simplex> Duplex
Simplex Combine
Duplex Combine
2>
4>
6>
8>
9>
16>
Booklet
Magazine
*CTL
The number of sheets used in binding and combining
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
*CTL
*CTL
2 pages on 1 side (2-Up)
4 pages on 1 side (4-Up)
6 pages on 1 side (6-Up)
8 pages on 1 side (8-Up)
9 pages on 1 side (9-Up)
16 pages on 1 side (16-Up)
Booklet
Original Pages
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8431
8434
8437
001
SM
T: PrtPGS/ImgEdt
P: PrtPGS/ImgEdt
O: PrtPGS/ImgEdt
Cover/Slip Sheet
002
Series/Book
003
User Stamp
Magazine
Original Pages
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Count
1
2
2
2
3
4
4
4
Count
1
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
*CTL The number of pages that the application program
*CTL handles in a specific way
*CTL [0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
The number of cover sheets or slip sheets inserted
NOTE: A duplex-printed cover is counted as two.
The number of pages printed in series (one side) or in the
booklet mode
The number of pages where stamps were applied (including
page numbering and date stamping)
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G130/G131
Service Tables
• These counters are useful for the users who want to know how much paper they
have saved.
• Partially printed sheets are also counted as 1 page (e.g, the last page in the 4-Up
mode is only partially printed when the documents have 5, 6, or 7 pages, 9, 10,
or 11 pages, 13, 14, or 15 pages, and so on.).
• Here is a summary of how the counters work in the booklet and magazine modes.
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
8441
8444
8447
001
002
003
004
005
006
T: PrtPGS/Ppr Size
P: PrtPGS/Ppr Size
O: PrtPGS/Ppr Size
A3
A4
A5
B4
B5
DLT
*CTL
*CTL
*CTL
The number of sheets of a specific paper size that
the application program uses
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
007
008
009
010
254
255
LG
LT
HLT
Full Bleed
Other (Standard)
Other (Custom)
• These counters do not distinguish between LEF and SEF.
8451
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
8461
8464
001
002
003
004
PrtPGS/Ppr Tray
*CTL
The number of sheets fed from a specific tray
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Bypass Tray
Copier
Copier
Paper Tray Unit/LCT (Optional)
Paper Tray Unit (Optional)
(Not used)
(Not used)
(Not used)
(Not used)
(Not used)
Bypass
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
Tray 5
Tray 6
Tray 7
Tray 8
Tray 9
T: PrtPGS/Ppr Type
P: PrtPGS/Ppr Type
Normal
Recycled
Special
Thick
*CTL
*CTL
The number of sheets of specific paper types
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
005 Normal (Back)
006 Thick (Back)
007 OHP
008 Other
• These counters increase when the paper is output. On the other hand, the PM
counter increases (to measure the service life of each feed roller) when the
paper is fed.
• Blank sheets (covers, chapter covers, slip sheets) are also counted.
• During duplex printing, a sheet printed on two sides and a sheet printed on one
side are both counted as 1.
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
8471
001
002
003
PrtPGS/Mag
*CTL
~49%
50%~99%
100%
The number of pages magnified or reduced
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
004 101%~200%
005 201% ~
• Some application programs (on the computer) can specify the magnification
setting of the printer driver (e.g., MS Excel). In a case like this, SP8-471
recognizes the setting and increases the corresponding counter. Other
application programs can magnify or reduce the print images on their own. In a
case like this, SP8-471 does not recognize the magnification setting of the
application programs and increase the counter of 100%.
• Magnification adjustment conducted on the document server is not counted.
• Blank cover sheets and slip sheets are regarded as 100%.
8481
8484
T: PrtPGS/TonSave
P: PrtPGS/TonSave
*CTL
*CTL
The number of pages printed with the toner save
feature activated
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
8501
8504
001
002
T: PrtPGS/Col Mode
P: PrtPGS/Col Mode
B/W
Single Color
*CTL
*CTL
The number of pages printed in a specific color mode
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003 Full Color
8511
8514
T: PrtPGS/Emul
P: PrtPGS/Emul
*CTL
*CTL
The number of pages printed by the printer emulation
mode
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
008 RTIFF
009 PDF
010 PCL5e/5c
011 PCL XL
012 IPDL-C
013 BM-Links (for local models only)
014 Other
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
RPCS
RPDL
PS3
R98
R16
GL/GL2
R55
• These counters display the same result.
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G130/G131
Service Tables
• These counters display the same result.
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
8521
T: PrtPGS/FIN
*CTL
8524
001
002
003
004
P: PrtPGS/FIN
Sort
Stack
Staple
Booklet
*CTL
The number of pages processed by the finisher
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
005 Z-Fold
006 Punch
007 Other
• Even if the pages are too many for the finisher to staple, all pages are counted
(including unstapled pages).
• The counter of stapling (003) increases by +1 when the paper is transported from
the printer to the tray of the finisher. Even if a paper jam occurs on this path, the
counter (003) increases. If the same job is retried, the counter (003) increases
once again.
8531
Staples
*CTL
The number of staples
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
8581
T: Counter
*CTL
The number of outputs in a specific color mode
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
010 Total: Color
011 Total: B/W
012 Full Color: A3
013 Full Color: ~B4
014 Full Color Print
015 Mono Color Print
*CTL
The number of outputs in a specific color mode
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003 Full Color
*CTL
The number of A3/DLT, duplex printing, or staples
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003 Staple
001
002
003
004
005
008
009
8584
001
002
8591
001
002
Total
Total: Full Color
B&W/Single Color
Development: CMY
Development: K
Print: Color
Print: B/W
P: Counter
B/W
Single Color
O: Counter
A3/DLT
Duplex
• Note that these counters are not for the printer application program.
8771
001
002
003
G130/G131
Dev Counter
Total
K
Y
*CTL
The number of rotations of the development rollers
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
004 M
005 C
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
8781
001
002
Toner Botol Info.
*BCU
Toner [BK]
Toner [Y]
The number of toner bottles (cartridges) already
replaced
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003 Toner [M]
004 Toner [C]
8801
001
002
8831
001
002
Toner Remain
*CTL
The percentage of the remaining toner
[0~100/ 0 / 1]
003 M
004 C
*BCU
The average coverage
[0~100/ 0 / 1]
003 Average [M]
004 Average [C]
K
Y
Coverage
Average [BK]
Average [Y]
• SP8-831 displays the image coverage ratio for each color of the last output. This
SP mode displays the coverage ratio of the output, i.e. the ratio of the total pixel
area of the image data to the total printable area on the paper. Note that this
value is not directly proportional to the amount of toner consumed, although of
course it is one factor that affects this amount. The other major factors involved
include: the type, total image area and image density of the original, toner
concentration and developer potential.
• SP8-831-001 through 004 and SP7-833-005 through 008 display the same
results.
8841
001
002
Coverage
*BCU
Last [BK]
Last [Y]
The coverage of the latest print
[0~100/ 0 / 1]
003 Last [M]
004 Last [C]
• SP8-841-001 through 004 and SP7-833-001 through 004 display the same
results.
8851
8861
8871
8881
001
002
Coverage: 0-10%
Coverage: 11-20%
Coverage: 21-30%
Coverage: 31%S: BK
S: Y
*BCU
*BCU
*BCU
*BCU
The number of scanned sheets of a specific coverage
ratio
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003
004
S: M
S: C
• For example, SP8-851-001 displays the number of scanned sheets whose blackcoverage ratio is 0 percent through 10 percent. SP8-881-004 displays the
number of scanned sheets whose cyan-coverage ratio is 31 percent or higher.
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G130/G131
Service Tables
• SP7-833-011 through 014 and SP8-781-001 through 004 display the same
results.
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
8891
001
002
8901
001
002
8911
001
002
8941
PM Counter
The number of sheets output by the scanner
application program
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003 S: Toner [M]
004 S: Toner [C]
*BCU
The number of sheets output by the scanner
application program with the previously replaced
units
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003 S: Toner [M]
004 S: Toner [C]
*BCU
The number of sheets output by the scanner
application program with the replaced units before
previous units.
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
003 S: Toner [M]
004 S: Toner [C]
S: Toner [BK]
S: Toner [Y]
PM Counter-PREV
S: Toner [BK]
S: Toner [Y]
PM Counter-Before
S: Toner [BK]
S: Toner [Y]
Machine Status
001
Operation Time
002
Standby Time
003
Energy Save Time
004
Low Power Time
005
Off Mode Time
006
007
008
009
SC
PrtJam
OrgJam
PM Unit End
G130/G131
*BCU
*CTL
The amount of time the machine spends in a specific
mode
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
The engine is operating. The counter does not include the
time when the data is being saved in the HDD (while engine
is not operating).
The engine is not operating. The counter includes the time
when the data is being saved in the HDD. The counter does
not include the time when the machine is n the Energy Saver
Mode, the Low Power Mode, or the Off Mode.
The machine is in the Energy Saver Mode. The counter
includes the time when the background printing is being
executed.
The machine is in the Low Power Mode. The counter
includes the time when the engine is on in the Energy Saver
Mode. The counter also includes the time when the
background printing is being executed.
The machine is in the Off Mode. The counter includes the
time when the background printing is being executed. The
counter does not include the time when the main power
switch is off.
The total time caused by SC codes
The total time caused by plotter jams
The total time caused by original jams
The total time caused by supply unit ends
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CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5.3.2 MEMORY CLEAR/COUNTER CLEAR
Service Program
5801 001 All Clear
5801 002 ENG All
5801 003 SCS
5801 004 IMH
5801 005 MCS
5801 008 PRT
5801 010 Web Service
5801 011 NCS
5801 014 Clear DCS Settings
5801 015 Clear UCS Settings
5801 016 MIRS Setting
5801 017 CCS
5801 018 SRM
5801 019 LCS Setting
5998 001 ENG Setting
5998 002 ENG Counter
SM
Reset or Deleted
Resets all correction data for process control and all
software counters, and returns all modes and
adjustments to their default values.
Clears the engine settings.
SP5-104, 812, 961
SP7-401, 502, 504, 506
SP8-00x, 02x, 03x, 06x, 07x, 42x, 43x, 44x, 451,
46x, 471, 48x, 51x, 52x, 771, 781, 801, 831,
841, 851, 861, 871, 881, 891, 901, 911, 941
No SP modes are cleared. All files stored in the
HDD are deleted.
No SP modes are cleared.
Service settings:
• Bit switches
• Gamma settings (User & Service)
• Toner Limit
User settings:
• Tray Priority
• Menu Protect
• System Setting other than energy saver settings
• I/F Setup (I/O Buffer and I/O Timeout)
• PCL Menu
Clears the netfile application management files and
thumbnails, and initializes the job login ID.
All setting of Network Setup (User Menu)
Initializes the DCS (Delivery Control Service)
settings.
Initializes the UCS (User Information Control
Service) settings.
Initializes the MIRS (Machine Information Report
Service) settings.
Initializes the CCS (Certification and Chargecontrol Service) settings.
Initializes the SRM settings
Initializes the LCS settings
All engine related SP modes other than the
following:
• Serial number information
• SP modes related to meter charge
• Counters and logging data
All counters and logging data related to engine
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G130/G131
Service Tables
The table lists the data that is reset or deleted with SP5-801, SP5-998. The serial
number information, meter charge setting (SP5-930), and meter charge counters
(SP8-58x) are not cleared.
NOTE: In this section (5.3.2), the letter “x” represents a whole number from “0” to
“9”.
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
5.3.3 INPUT CHECK TABLE
When entering the Input Check mode, 8 digits display the result for a section. Each
digit corresponds to a different device as shown in the table.
Bit No.
Result
7
0 or 1
6
0 or 1
5
0 or 1
4
0 or 1
SP5-803
Bit
Description
-XXX
Paper Tray 1
0 Paper End Sensor
1 Paper Lift Sensor
4
5
G130/G131
2
3
1
0 or 1
0
0 or 1
0
1
Paper end
Paper detected
Activated
(Actuator not inside
sensor)
Deactivated
2 Paper Height Sensor 1
3 Paper Height Sensor 2
4 Tray Set
Paper Tray 2
0 Paper End Sensor
1 Paper Lift Sensor
3
2
0 or 1
Reading
1
2
3
0 or 1
See Table 1.
Not set
Set
Paper end
Paper detected
Activated
Deactivated
(Actuator not inside
sensor)
See Table 1.
1: Activated
(Actuator inside sensor)
Paper Height Sensor 1
Paper Height Sensor 2
4 Paper Size Switch 1
5 Paper Size Switch 2
6 Paper Size Switch 3
7 Paper Size Switch 4
By-pass Table
0 Paper End Sensor
1 Paper Size 1
2 Paper Size 2
3 Paper Size 3
4 Paper Size 4
Doors
0 Front Door Switch
1 Left Door Switch
2 Right Door Switch
3 Vertical Transport Switch
4 Duplex Inverter Unit Switch
5 Right Door Switch (LCT/PFU)
Paper Feed
0 Relay Sensor
1 Vertical Transport Sensor
2 Upper Relay Sensor (PFU)
3 Lower Relay Sensor (PFU)
4 Registration Sensor
5 Duplex Inverter Sensor
6 Duplex Feed Sensor
See Table 2.
1: Pushed
Paper end
Paper detected
See Table 3.
Opened
Opened
Opened
Opened
Opened
Opened
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
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ENGINE SERVICE MODE
Reading
0
1
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Not full
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Paper detected
Full
Not set
Set
0 to 1 : New unit installed
Set
Not set
1 to 0 : New unit installed
US
Europe
Not Set
Set
Not full
Full
Not locked
Not locked
Not locked
Not locked
Not locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Not set
Not set
Not set
Not set
Not set
Not set
Not set
Not set
Set
Set
Set
Set
Set
Set
Set
Set
Not end
Not end
Not end
Not end
End
End
End
End
Not H.P.
Not contact
Not full
Not set
H.P.
Contact
Full
Set
Activated
(Actuator inside
sensor)
Activated
(Actuator inside
sensor)
Deactivated
6
Drum Gear Position Sensor - CMY
Deactivated
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Service Tables
SP5-803
Bit
Description
-XXX
Paper Exit
0 Fusing Exit Sensor
1 Paper Exit Sensor
6
2 Duplex Exit Sensor 1
3 Duplex Exit Sensor 2
4 Duplex Exit Sensor 3
5 Exit Upper Limit Sensor
Fusing Unit
0 Fusing Unit (Set)
1 Fusing Unit (New)
2 Oil Supply Unit (Set)
7
3 Oil Supply Unit (New)
4 European Version
5 Waste Oil Bottle Set Sensor
6 Waste Oil Sensor
Motor Lock
0 Development Drive Motor - CMY
1 Development Drive Motor - K
8
2 Fusing Fan Motor
3 Air Pump Motor - MY
4 Air Pump Motor - CK
Dev. Unit/ PCU
0 Development Unit - K
1 Development Unit - C
2 Development Unit - M
9
3 Development Unit - Y
4 PCU - K
5 PCU - C
6 PCU - M
7 PCU - Y
Toner End Sens
0 Black Toner
10
1 Cyan Toner
2 Magenta Toner
3 Yellow Toner
Others
0 LD H.P. Sensor
1 Transfer Belt Sensor
2 3 Used Toner Sensor
4 Used Toner Bottle Set Sensor
13
5 Drum Gear Position Sensor - K
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
ENGINE SERVICE MODE
SP5-803
Bit
Description
-XXX
Mail Box 1
0 Tray 1 Paper Overflow Sensor
1 Tray 1 Paper Sensor
2 Tray 2 Paper Overflow Sensor
15
3 Tray 2 Paper Sensor
4 Tray 3 Paper Overflow Sensor
5 Tray 3 Paper Sensor
6 Tray 4 Paper Overflow Sensor
7 Tray 4 Paper Sensor
Mail Box 2
0 Vertical Transport Sensor 1
16
1 Vertical Transport Sensor 2
2 Door Safety Switch
Reading
0
1
Not full
Paper not detected
Not full
Paper not detected
Not full
Paper not detected
Not full
Paper not detected
Full
Paper detected
Full
Paper detected
Full
Paper detected
Full
Paper detected
Paper not detected
Paper not detected
Opened
Paper detected
Paper detected
Closed
Table 1: Paper Height Sensor
Remaining paper
Full
Nearly full
Near end
Almost empty
Low: Deactivated, High: Activated (actuator inside sensor)
Paper height sensor 1
Paper height sensor 2
Low
Low
Low
High
High
High
High
Low
Table 2: Paper Size Switch (Tray 2)
Models
North America
Europe/Asia
11" x 17" SEF
11" x 17" SEF
A3 SEF
A3 SEF
81/2" x 14" SEF *1
B4 SEF *1
81/2" x 11" SEF *2
A4 SEF *2
11" x 81/2" LEF *3
11" x 81/2" LEF *3
A4 LEF
A4 LEF
B5 LEF
B5 LEF
A5 LEF
A5 LEF
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0: Not pushed, 1: pushed
Switch Location
2
3
4
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
NOTES:
*1
: The machine detects either 81/2" x 14" SEF or B4 SEF, depending on the setting of SP 1-902-2
*2
: The machine detects either 81/2" x 11" SEF or A4 SEF, depending on the setting of SP 1-902-3
*3
: The machine detects either 11" x 81/2" LEF or B5 SEF, depending on the setting of SP 1-902-4
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Table 3: Paper Size (By-pass Table)
Bit No.
4
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
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Models
North America
Europe/Asia
11" x 17" SEF
11" x 17" SEF
A3 SEF
A3 SEF
B4 SEF
81/2" x 11" SEF
A4 SEF
8" x 13" SEF
F SEF
A5 SEF
51/2" x 181/2" SEF
B6 SEF
Post Card
Post Card
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5.3.4 OUTPUT CHECK TABLE
CH: Charge
PF: Paper Feed
TS: Toner Supply
CW: Clockwise
CCW: Counterclockwise
MB: 4-bin Mailbox (Not used in this machine)
DI: Duplex Inverter
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Description
Lift M UP (1)
Lift M DOWN(1)
Lift M UP(2)
Lift M DOWN(2)
By-pass CL
Pick-up SOL
PF CL (1)
PF CL (2)
PF GRP SOL
Regist CL
Junction SOL
Fusing CL
Wst Tn Vib M
K Dev CL
C Dev CL
M Dev CL
Y Dev CL
K Dev M H
K Dev M M
K Dev M L
K Dev M Card
FC Dev M H
FC Dev M M
FC Dev M L
TS CL [Y]
TS CL [M]
TS CL [C]
TS CL [K]
Valve SOL [K]
Valve SOL [C]
Valve SOL [M]
Valve SOL [Y]
Air Supply M [YM]
Air Supply M [CK]
Air Supply [Y]
Air Supply [M]
Air Supply [C]
Air Supply [K]
T End Sens [Y]
Tray 1 Lift Motor / UP
Tray 1 Lift Motor / DOWN
Tray 2 Lift Motor / UP
Tray 2 Lift Motor / DOWN
By-pass Feed Clutch
Pick-up Solenoid
Paper Feed Clutch - Tray 1
Paper Feed Clutch - Tray 2
Grip Roller Release Solenoid
Registration Clutch
Exit Junction Gate Solenoid
Fusing Clutch
Waste Toner Vibrator Motor
Development Unit Clutch - K
Development Unit Clutch - C
Development Unit Clutch - M
Development Unit Clutch - Y
Development Motor - K / High Speed
Development Motor - K / Middle Speed
Development Motor - K / Low Speed
Black Development Motor - Thick paper
Color Development Motor - High Speed
Color Development Motor - Middle Speed
Color Development Motor - Low Speed
Toner Supply Clutch for Yellow
Toner Supply Clutch for Magenta
Toner Supply Clutch for Cyan
Toner Supply Clutch for Black
Air Flow Valve solenoid for Black
Air Flow Valve solenoid for Cyan
Air Flow Valve solenoid for Magenta
Air Flow Valve solenoid for Yellow
Air Supply Motor - yellow and magenta
Air Supply Motor - cyan and black
Air Pump Motor and Valve for Yellow
Air Pump Motor and Valve for Magenta
Air Pump Motor and Valve for Cyan
Air Pump Motor and Valve for Black
Toner End Sensor - Y
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Description
T End Sens [M]
T End Sens [C]
T End Sens [K]
PSU Fan
Fusing Fan H
Fusing Fan L
M Fan
Belt M CW
Belt M CCW
Belt M Break
Fusing Relay
Heat Lamp
Pressure Lamp
K PCU Fan: H
K PCU Fan: L
Drum M L CW
Drum M M CW
Drum M H CW
PF M L CW
PF M M CW
PF M H CW
PF M Feed L
PF M Feed M
PF M Feed H
By-Pass M L CW
By-Pass M M CW
By-Pass M H CW
By-pass M C CW
Counter: K
Counter: YMC
CH DC [Y]
CH DC [M]
CH DC [C]
CH DC [K]
CH AC [FC] L
CH AC [K] L
CH AC [FC] M
CH AC [K] M
CH AC [FC] H
CH AC [K] H
Dev DC [Y]
Dev DC [M]
Dev DC [C]
Dev DC [K]
Dev AC [FC] L
Toner End Sensor - M
Toner End Sensor - C
Toner End Sensor - K
PSU Cooling Fan Motor
Fusing Fan Motor / High Speed
Fusing Fan Motor / Low Speed
Laser Optics Housing Unit Cooling Fan
Transfer Belt Contact Motor / Clockwise
Transfer Belt Contact Motor / Counterclockwise
Transfer Belt Contact Motor / Break
Fusing Relay
Heating Roller Fusing Lamp
Pressure Roller Fusing Lamp
PCU Fan Motor for Black / High Speed
PCU Fan Motor for Black / Low Speed
Drum Drive Motors (K & CMY) and Transfer belt Drive
Motor / Low Speed / Clockwise
Drum Drive Motors (K & CMY) and Transfer belt Drive
Motor / Middle Speed / Clockwise
Drum Drive Motors (K & CMY) and Transfer belt Drive
Motor / High Speed / Clockwise
Paper Feed Motor / Low Speed / Clockwise
Paper Feed Motor / Middle Speed / Clockwise
Paper Feed Motor / High Speed / Clockwise
Paper Feed Motor / Low Speed
Paper Feed Motor / Middle Speed
Paper Feed Motor / High Speed
By-pass Motor / Low Speed / Clockwise
By-pass Motor / Middle Speed / Clockwise
Paper Feed Motor / High Speed / Clockwise
By-pass Motor / Thick Paper or OHP mode / Clockwise
Charge DC Bias for Yellow / 162 mm/s
Charge DC Bias for Magenta / 162 mm/s
Charge DC Bias for Cyan / 162 mm/s
Charge DC Bias for Black / 162 mm/s
Charger AC / Full Color / Low Speed
Charger AC / Black / Low Speed
Charger AC / Full Color / Middle Speed
Charger AC / Black / Middle Speed
Charger AC / Full Color / High Speed
Charger AC / Black / High Speed
Development DC Bias for Yellow
Development DC Bias for Magenta
Development DC Bias for Cyan
Development DC Bias for Black
Development AC Bias for Color - Low Speed
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Description
Dev AC [K] L
Dev AC [FC] M
Dev AC [K] M
Dev AC [FC] H
Dev AC [K] H
Transfer [Y]
Transfer [M]
Transfer [C]
Transfer [K]
Cleaning Bias
PA Roller Bias+
PA Roller BiasDevAC TRG [FC]
DevAC TRG [K]
DevPWM TRG [K]
DevPWM TRG [C]
DevPWM TRG [M]
DevPWM TRG [Y]
CHdcPWM TRG [K]
CHdcPWM TRG [C]
CHdcPWM TRG [M]
CHdcPWM TRG [Y]
CHac1 TRG [FC]
Chac2 TRG [FC]
Chac3 TRG [FC]
CHac1 TRG [K]
Chac2 TRG [K]
Chac3 TRG [K]
ID Sensor LED
TD Vcnt
Memory Chip
PCU Cln Bias K
PCU Cln Bias YMC
Polygon M L
Polygon M H
LD FC[K]: L
LD FC[K]: M
LD FC[Y]: L
LD FC[Y]: M
LD FC[M]: L
LD FC[M]: M
LD FC[C]: L
LD FC[C]: M
LD1 [K]: L
LD1 [K]: M
LD1 [K]: H
LD2 [K]: L
Development AC Bias for Black - Low Speed
Development AC Bias for Color - Middle Speed
Development AC Bias for Black - Middle Speed
Development AC Bias for Color - High Speed
Development AC Bias for Black - High Speed
Transfer Current for Yellow
Transfer Current for Magenta
Transfer Current for Cyan
Transfer Current for Black
Transfer Belt Cleaning Roller Bias
Paper Attraction Roller Bias
Paper Attraction Roller Bias
Development AC Trigger for Color
Development AC Trigger for Black
Development PWM Trigger for Black
Development PWM Trigger for Cyan
Development PWM Trigger for Magenta
Development PWM Trigger for Yellow
Charge DC PWM Trigger for Black
Charge DC PWM Trigger for Cyan
Charge DC PWM Trigger for Magenta
Charge DC PWM Trigger for Yellow
Charge AC1 Trigger for Color
Charge AC2 Trigger for Color
Charge AC3 Trigger for Color
Charge AC1 Trigger for Black
Charge AC2 Trigger for Black
Charge AC3 Trigger for Black
ID Sensor LED
TD Sensor / Vcnt
Memory Chip / Power (5V) Supply
PCU Cleaning Bias for Black
PCU Cleaning Bias for YMC
Polygon Motor / 38,268 rpm
Polygon Motor / 29,528 rpm
LD Power for Black in Color Mode / Low Speed
LD Power for Black in Color Mode / Middle Speed
LD Power for Yellow in Color Mode / Low Speed
LD Power for Yellow in Color Mode / Middle Speed
LD Power for Magenta in Color Mode / Low Speed
LD Power for Magenta in Color Mode / Middle Speed
LD Power for Cyan in Color Mode / Low Speed
LD Power for Cyan in Color Mode / Middle Speed
LD1 Power for Black / Low Speed
LD1 Power for Black / Middle Speed
LD1 Power for Black / High Speed
LD2 Power for Black / Low Speed
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Description
LD2 [K]: M
LD2 [K]: H
LD [K]: L
LD [K]: M
LD [K]: H
PSU M
PF CL PSU (1)
PF CL PSU (2)
Pick-up SOL PSU
MB M
MB SOL1
MB SOL2
MB SOL3
MB Gate SOL
Duplex SOL
DI M1 81 CCW
DI M1 65 CCW
DI M1 125 CCW
DI M1 162 CCW
DI M1 185 CCW
DI M1 193 CCW
DI M1 230 CCW
DI M1 370 CCW
DI M1 370 CW
DI M1 450 CW
DI M1 81 CCW
DI M2 62.5 CCW
DI M2 65 CCW
DI M2 125 CCW
DI M2 162 CCW
DI M2 185 CCW
DI M2 193 CCW
DI M2 230 CCW
DI M2 370 CCW
DI M2 370 CW
DI M2 450 CW
DI M2 81 CCW
DI M2 OFF
DI M12 62.5 CCW
DI M12 65 CCW
DI M12 125 CCW
DI M12 162 CW
DI M12 185 CW
DI M12 193 CCW
LD2 Power for Black / Middle Speed
LD2 Power for Black / High Speed
LD Power for Black / Low Speed
LD Power for Black / Middle Speed
LD Power for Black / High Speed
Optional Paper Feed Unit (PSU: Paper Supply Unit) /
Motor
Paper Feed Clutch / Optional Paper Feed Unit (PSU:
Paper Supply Unit)/ Tray 1
Paper Feed Clutch / Optional Paper Feed Unit (PSU:
Paper Supply Unit)/ Tray 2
Pick-up Solenoid / Optional Paper Feed Unit (PSU:
Paper Supply Unit)
4-bin Mailbox Main Motor
4-bin Mailbox Junction Gate Solenoid 1
4-bin Mailbox Junction Gate Solenoid 2
4-bin Mailbox Junction Gate Solenoid 3
4-bin Mailbox Junction Gate Solenoid
Duplex Junction Gate Solenoid
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 81 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 65 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 125 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 162 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 185 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 193 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 230 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 370 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 370 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 450 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1 / 81 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 62.5 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 65 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 125 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 162 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 185 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 193 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 230 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 370 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 370 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 450 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / 81 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 2 / OFF
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 62.5 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 65 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 125 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 162 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 185 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 193 / Counterclockwise
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Description
DI M12 230 CCW
DI M12 370 CCW
DI M12 370 CW
DI M12 450 CW
DI M12 81 CCW
PF M 125
PF M 162
PF M 185
PF M 230
PF M 370
PF M 81
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 230 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 370 / Counterclockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 370 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 450 / Clockwise
Duplex Inverter Motor 1&2 / 81 / Counterclockwise
Paper Feed Motor / 125 mm/s
Paper Feed Motor / 162 mm/s
Paper Feed Motor / 185 mm/s
Paper Feed Motor / 230 mm/s
Paper Feed Motor / 370 mm/s
Paper Feed Motor / 81 mm/s
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5.3.5 TEST PATTERN (SP5-997)
Test Pattern Printting
SP5-997-001
Selects the tray in which
desired paper size is
loaded.
SP5-997-002
Selects a pattern.
SP5-997-003
Selects a color if printing
the test pattern in the
Single Color mode.
SP5-997-004
Selects the Single Color
or Full Color mode.
SP5-997-005
Selects the resolution.
Tray or by-pass
By-pass
Selects the desired
paper size.
SP5-997-006
Tray
SP5-997-007
Prints the test pattern.
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Test Pattern Selection (SP5-997-002)
0: None
1: 1-dot sub-scan
2: 2-dot sub-scan
3: 1-dot main-scan
4: 2-dot main-scan
5: 1-dot grid (F)
7: 1-dot grid (R)
9: 1-dot slant
11: 1-dot pattern
12: 2-dot pattern
13: 4-dot pattern
15: trimming
16: Cross Stitch S
17: Cross Stitch M
18: Belt Horizontal
19: Belt Vertical
20: Checkereflag
21: Grey scale Ver
22: Grey scale Hor
23: Solid
CÓPIA NÃO CONTROLADA
FIRMWARE UPDATE
5.4 FIRMWARE UPDATE
5.4.1 TYPE OF FIRMWARE
The table lists the programs used by this machine.
Type of firmware
Function
Engine - Main
Engine - MUSIC
Printer engine control
Line position adjustment
System
Printer system
management
Feature application
NIB management
Web service application
Netfile Application
Printer Application
NIB
Web System
Netfile
Location of
firmware
BCU flash ROM
BCU MUSIC
CPU
SD card
Engine
Music
SD card
SD card
SD card
SD card
Opt SD1 Prn
Network Support
Web Support
Network DocBox
Message displayed
system
5.4.2 PRECAUTIONS
Handling SD Cards
Observe the following precautions when handling SD cards:
• Turn off the main power switch before you insert or remove an SD card. Data in
the SD card can be corrupted if you insert or remove an SD card while the main
power switch is on.
• Do not turn off the main power switch during downloading.
• Keep SD cards in a safe location. Do not store SD cards in these locations:
• Locations exposed to high temperature, high humidity, direct sunlight, or
strong vibration
• Locations where there are effects from magnetic forces
• Do not bend or scratch SD cards.
• Do not drop SD cards or expose them to shock or vibration.
NOTE: For the arrangement of files in SD cards, see 5.4.3.
Upload or Download
In this section (5.4), ‘upload’ and ‘download’ have these meanings:
• Upload: To copy data from the printer to the SD card
• Download: To copy data from the SD card to the printer
Network Connection
Before you start, tell the user that they cannot use the printer during firmware
update, and that they must disconnect the printer physically from the network. If a
print job comes in, this can cause problems with the firmware update.
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5.4.3 FILE ARRANGEMENT
How the Program Works
The firmware-update program for this machine searches the folder romdata for
necessary firmware. When you save the firmware in a SD card, make the folder
romdata. You must not make the folder romdata in another folder; but you can
make more than one folder in the folder romdata. The firmware-update program
searches all folders if they are in romdata.
Each firmware program contains the file information. Before downloading the
firmware from an SD card, the firmware-update program reads the file information.
The firmware is downloaded only when the file information is correct.
NOTE: The file information can identify the firmware, but this information does not
guarantee that the data is not corrupted.
Example
When you save the firmware, we recommend
that you arrange folders and files as follows:
• When you save the firmware of a different
model, make a new folder in the folder
romdata. Give it a name as mentioned
above. (The diagram shows an example.
The folder romdata has three sub-folders:
B130, B149, and G131. Each folder is for
one model.)
• When you save some files other than
firmware, make a new folder outside
romdata. Save the files in this folder. Do not
save any file outside the folders. (The
diagram shows an example. Three folders,
log, nvramdata, and prt, are outside romdata.
These folders can store debug logs,
NVRAM data, and captured files
respectively.)
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• In the folder romdata, make another folder
and use this folder exclusively for one model.
Use the machine code as the name of this
folder.
prt
romdata
B130
B149
G131
G1311111.fwu
G1312222.fwu
G1313333.fwu
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5.4.4 UPDATING
Procedure
1. Turn off the main power switch.
2. Disconnect the printer from the network
( 5.4.2).
[B]
3. Remove the slot cover [A] ( x 1).
4. Turn the label face of the SD card to the
front side of the printer, and insert it into
slot 3 [B].
5. Slowly push the SD card into the slot
until it clicks.
6. Make sure that the SD card is locked in
place.
G130S504.WMF
[A]
NOTE: To remove the SD card, push it
in until it clicks, and release it slowly. The slot pushes out the SD card.
7. Turn on the main power switch.
8. Wait until a firmware name is shown on the display (about 45 seconds).
NOTE: The firmware name is read from inside the firmware. The firmware
name is not changed even if you change the file name on your PC.
9. If the necessary firmware name is shown on the display, go to the next step. To
use a different firmware, push the up-arrow key or the down-arrow key to find
the necessary firmware.
10. To confirm the firmware version, press the menu key twice after the firmware
name shows. This ensures that you have updated the correct firmware version.
11. To select the firmware, push the enter key. Make sure that a star (4) is added
to the firmware name.
12. If you update more than one firmware program at the same time, find each of
them and select each of them. Make sure a star is added to each firmware
name.
13. To select “Update Data”, push the up-arrow key or the down-arrow key.
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14. To start firmware update, push the enter key. While each firmware is
downloaded, the underscores on the operation panel are replaced by stars.
15. Wait until the message “Updated” is shown.
16. Turn off the main power switch.
17. Remove the SD card from the slot.
18. Attach the slot cover ( x 1).
19. Connect the printer to the network physically.
20. Turn on the main power switch.
21. Print the Configuration Page to check that the every firmware is correctly
updated: Menu > List/Test Print > Config.P/Er.Log
Error Handling
An error code is shown if an error occurs during the download. Error codes have
the letter “E” and a number. If an error occurs, the firmware is not correctly
downloaded; see the error code table (5.4.6) and do the necessary steps. After this,
download the firmware again.
If firmware update is interrupted by power failure, the firmware is not correctly
downloaded. In this condition, machine operation is not guaranteed. You have to
download the firmware again.
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5.4.5 NVRAM DATA UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch before you insert or remove an SD card.
Make sure that the controller and the BCU are correctly connected.
Uploading NVRAM Data
Copy the data from the NVRAM to an SD card (referred to as “to upload NVRAM
data” in this section) before you replace the NVRAM. If you cannot upload NVRAM
data, manually input the necessary settings after you replace the NVRAM.
1. Start the SP mode.
2. Select SP5-990-001 (ALL (Data List)).
3. Do the SP.
4. See if the SMC Report is correctly output.
NOTE: You may need the SMC Report when the machine did not complete an
NVRAM data upload or download ( Downloading NVRAM Data)
correctly.
5. Go out of the SP mode.
6. Turn off the main power switch.
7. Insert an SD card into slot 3.
8. Turn on the main power switch.
9. Start the SP mode.
10. Select SP5-824 (NVRAM Upload).
11. Push the enter key. The upload starts.
When uploading ends correctly, the following file is made:
NVRAM\serial_number.NV
where “NVRAM” is the folder name in the SD card and “serial_number.NV” is
the file name with the extension “.NV”. The serial number of the printer is used
as the file name. For example, if the serial number is G1310017, the file name
is “G1310017.NV”.
12. Go out of the SP mode.
13. Turn off the main power switch.
14. Remove the SD card.
15. Mark the SD card with, for example, the machine code. You need this SD card
when you download NVRAM data ( Downloading NVRAM Data).
NOTE: One SD card can store the NVRAM data from two or more machines.
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Downloading NVRAM Data
Copy the data from the SD card to the NVRAM (referred to as “to download
NVRAM data” in this section) after you replace the NVRAM. If you cannot
download NVRAM data, manually input the necessary settings.
1. Make sure that the main power switch is off. If it is on, turn it off.
2. Make sure that you have the correct SD card that contains the necessary
NVRAM data.
3. Insert the SD card into slot 3.
4. Turn on the main power switch.
5. Start the SP mode.
6. Select SP5-825 (NVRAM Download).
7. Push the enter key. The download starts.
NOTE: The machine cannot do the download if the file name in the SD card is
different from the serial number of the printer (Uploading NVRAM
Data).
8. Go out of the SP mode.
9. Turn off the main power switch.
10. Remove the SD card.
11. Turn on the main power switch.
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12. Check that the NVRAM data is correctly downloaded.
This procedure does not download the following data to the NVRAM:
• Total Count
• Machine's Device Number
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5.4.6 ERROR CODE TABLE
These error codes are used by more than one model. Some codes are not used by
this machine.
Code
20
21
22
23
24
30
31
32
33
Cannot access memory
Cannot decompress
compressed data
Error occurred when ROM
update program started
SD card access error
No HDD available for stamp
data download
Data incorrect for continuous
download
Data incorrect after download
interrupted
Incorrect SD card version
35
Module mismatch - Correct
module is not on the SD card)
Module mismatch – Module on
SD card is not for this machine
36
Cannot write module – Cause
other than E34, E35
34
44
Engine module download
failed
Operation panel module
download failed
Stamp data module download
failed
Controller module download
failed
50
Electronic confirmation check
failed
40
42
43
⇒
Cause
Cannot map logical address
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Solution
Make sure SD card inserted correctly, or use another
SD card.
HDD connection incorrect or replace hard disks.
Incorrect ROM data on the SD card, or data is
corrupted.
Controller program abnormal. If the second attempt
fails, replace controller board.
Make sure SD card inserted correctly, or use another
SD card.
HDD connection incorrect or replace hard disks.
Insert the SD card with the remaining data required
for the download, the re-start the procedure.
Execute the recovery procedure for the intended
module download, then repeat the installation
procedure.
Incorrect ROM data on the SD card, or data is
corrupted.
SD update data is incorrect. Acquire the correct data
(Japan, Overseas, OEM, etc.) then install again.
SD update data is incorrect. The data on the SD card
is for another machine. Acquire correct update data
then install again.
SD update data is incorrect. The data on the SD card
is for another machine. Acquire correct update data
then install again.
Replace the update data for the module on the SD
card and try again, or replace the BCU board.
Replace the update data for the module on the SD
card and try again, or replace the LCDC.
Replace the update data for the module on the SD
card and try again, or replace the hard disks.
Replace the update data for the module on the SD
card and tray again, or replace controller board. Write
Protect switch on SD card is ON.
SD update data is incorrect. The data on the SD card
is for another machine. Acquire correct update data
then install again.
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5.5 SD CARD APPLI MOVE
5.5.1 OVERVIEW
The service program “SD Card Appli Move” (SP5-873) enables you to copy
application programs from an SD card to another SD card.
There are three SD card slots. This machine uses slot 1 to store the firmware of
this machine and application programs. Slot 2 is for storing application programs.
Slot 3 is for maintenance work only. Because of this, if the application programs
are stored in three SD cards or more,  choose one SD card or two from these SD
cards and  store all the application programs on these one or two cards.
Use extreme caution when using SD Card Appli Move:
1. The authentication data is transferred with the application program from an SD
card to the other SD card. Authentication fails if you try to use the SD card after
you copy the application program from this card to another SD card.
2. Do not use an SD card if it has been used for some other work, for example, on
a computer. Normal operation is not guaranteed when such SD card is used.
4. You cannot copy PostScript data to another SD card. You can copy an
application program to the SD card that stores PostScript data.
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3. Keep the SD card in a safe place after you copy the application program from
the card to another card. This is because:  The SD card can be the only proof
that the user is licensed to use the application program.  You may need to
check the SD card and its data to solve a problem in the future.
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5.5.2 MOVE EXEC
The menu “Move Exec” (SP5-873-001) enables you to copy application programs
from the original SD card to another SD card. The application programs are copied
as follows:
• From slot 3 to slot 1 when SD cards are in slots 1 and 3
Note that the authentication data is also copied with the application program (
5.5.1).
1. Turn off the main power switch.
2. Make sure that an SD card is in slot 1. The application program is copied to this
SD card.
3. Insert the SD card (having stored the application program) to slot 3. The
application program is copied from this SD card.
4. Turn on the main power switch.
5. Start the SP mode.
6. Select SP5-873-001 “Move Exec.”
7. Follow the messages displayed on the operation panel.
8. Go out of the SP mode.
9. Turn off the main power switch.
10. Remove the SD card from slot 3.
11. Turn on the main power switch.
12. Check that the application programs run normally.
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5.5.3 UNDO EXEC
The menu “Undo Exec” (SP5-873-002) enables you to copy back application
programs from an SD card to the original SD card. You can use this program when,
for example, you have mistakenly copied some programs by using Move Exec
(SP5-873-001). The application programs are copied as follows:
• From slot 2 to slot 3 when SD cards are in slots 2 and 3 or in all slots
• From slot 1 to slot 3 when SD cards are in slots 1 and 3
Note that the authentication data is also copied with the application program (
5.5.1).
1. Turn off the main power switch.
2. Insert the original SD card in slot 3. The application program is copied back to
this card.
3. Insert the SD card (having stored the application program) to slot 1 or 2. The
application program is copied back from one of these SD cards.
4. Turn on the main power switch.
5. Start the SP mode.
6. Select SP5-873-002 “Undo Exec.”
7. Follow the messages displayed on the operation panel.
8. Go out of the SP mode.
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9. Turn off the main power switch.
10. Remove the SD card from slot 3.
11. Turn on the main power switch.
12. Check that the machine operates correctly.
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5.6 CONTROLLER SELF-DIAGNOSTICS
5.6.1 OVERVIEW
There are three types of self-diagnostics for the controller.
• Power-on self-diagnostics: The machine automatically starts the self-diagnostics
just after the power has been turned on.
• Detailed self-diagnostics: The machine does the detailed self-diagnostics by
using a loop-back connector (P/N G0219350)
• SC detection: The machine automatically detects SC conditions at power-on or
during operation.
The following shows the workflow of the power-on and detailed self-diagnostics.
Power ON
A
Diagnostic RAM Check
NG
Not initialized
Power-on or
Detailed
CPU Check
NG
SC820
Detailed
ASIC Check
NG
SC821
Standard RAM
Conection Check
NG
SC827
Optional RAM
Connection Check
NG
SC829
Clock Generator Check
NG
SC838
ROM Sum Check
NG
SC828
Standard RAM Detailed
Check
NG
SC829
Optional RAM Detailed
Check
NG
Not use optional RAM
Error Logged
Standard NVRAM
Detailed Check
NG
Error Logged
Power-on
Optional NVRAM
Detailed Check
Standard NVRAM
Check
NG
Error Logged
Optinoal HDD Check
Optional NVRAM Check
SC824
NG
Font Header Check
IEEE1284 Loop-back
Check
NG
SC826
NG
NG
Error Logged
Error Logged
Real Time Clock Check
NG
Error Logged
Real Time Clock
Detailed Check
Font ROM Sum Check
Network Check
NG
NG
Error Logged
Error Logged
Engine I/F Check
SC826
NG
END
NG
Error Logged
Interrupt Check
NG
Error Logged
Memory Chip Check
NG
Error Logged
A
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5.6.2 DETAILED SELF-DIAGNOSTICS
This detailed self-diagnostic test requires a loop-back connector (P/N: G0219350).
1. Turn off the machine and attach the loop-back connector to the parallel
interface.
2. Turn on the machine while pressing the “On Line” key and “# Enter” key
together.
3. The machine automatically starts the self-diagnostics and prints the diagnostic
report after completing the test.
• Refer to the diagnostics report for the detected errors. The errors detected
during self-diagnostics can be checked with SP7-832-001 (Diag. Result).
• Refer to section 4.1 for details about the error codes.
5.7 USER PROGRAM MODE
To enter a User Program
1. Push the menu key to start the user program mode.
2. Use the up arrow key and the down arrow key to select a program.
To exit a User Program
Push the online key or push the escape key one or more times until “ready” is
shown.
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3. Push the enter key to start the program.
NOTE: To return to step 1, press the escape key one or more times.
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USER PROGRAM MODE
Menu List
For more, print the menu list (Menu > List/Test Print > Menu List).
Sample Print
• Print One File
• Print All Files
• Delete One File
• Del. All Files
• Error File(s)
Locked Print
• Print One File
• Print All Files
• Delete One File
• Del. All Files
• Error File(s)
Hold Print
• Print One File
• Print All Files
• Delete One File
• Del. All Files
• Error File(s)
Stored Print
• Print One File
• Print All Files
• Delete One File
• Del. All Files
• Error File(s)
Paper Input
• Bypass Size
• Tray Paper Size
• Paper Type
• Aut. Tray Select
• Tray Priority
List/Test Print
• Config. Page/Error Log
• Config. Page
• Error Log
• Menu List
• Color Demo Page
• PCL Config. Page
• PS Config. Page
• PDF Config. Page
• Hex Dump
• Operations Test
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Maintenance
• Color Registration
• Color Calibrate
• Image Density
• Registration
• Plain Paper
• Thick Paper
• Special Paper
• Del. All Temp
• Del. All Stored
• HD format
• 4C. Graphic Mode
• Fuser Temperature.
• Replacement Alert
• Date/ Time
• Key Repeat
• Erase All Mem.
System
• Print Error Report
• Auto Continue
• Memory Overflow
• Copies
• Printer Language
• Sub Paper Size
• Page Size
• Edge-Edge Print
• Def. Printer Language
• Duplex
• Blank Page
• Output Tray
• Energy Saver 1
• Energy Saver 2
• Auto Reset Time
• Auto Del. Temp
• Auto Del. Stored
• Unit of Measure
• B&W Page Detect
• Spool Printing
• Letterhead Mode
• Bypass Priority
• Tray Switching
• Notify by Email
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Host Interface
• I/O Buffer
• I/O Timeout
• Network Setup
PCL Menu
• Orientation
• Form Lines
• Font Source
• Font Number
• Point Size
• Font Pitch
• Symbol Set
• Courier Font
• Ext. A4 Width
• Append CR to LF
• Resolution
PS Menu
• Data Format
• Resolution
• Color Setting
• Color Profile
PDF Menu
• PDF: Change PW
• PDF Group PW
• Resolution
• Color Setting
• Color Profile
Language
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DIP SWITCHES
5.8 DIP SWITCHES
Controller Board
All switches are off.
BCU Board
Locale
1
2
3
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
4
G130
Off
Off
Off
G131
On
On
On
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North America
Europe
Asia
DIP Switch
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OVERVIEW
6. DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
6.1 OVERVIEW
6.1.1 COMPONENT LAYOUT
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15
14
1
13
2
12
K
3
11
Y
10
4
C
5
M
9
6
7
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Toner cartridge
Laser optics housing unit
Polygon mirror motor
By-pass feed table
Transfer unit
Rotation encoder
Tray 2
Tray 1
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Waste toner bottle
Waste toner vibrator
Duplex feed unit
Transfer belt cleaning unit
ID sensor
Development unit (each color)
PCU (each color)
Fusing unit
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6.1.2 PAPER PATH
10
9
8
7
K
6
Y
C
5
1
M
2
3
4
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
By-pass tray
Tray 1
Tray 2
Optional paper feed unit/LCT
Duplex inverter unit
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Duplex feed unit
To optional finisher
To optional finisher
External Tray
Standard tray
The two-tray finisher requires an optional paper feed unit or the LCT. The duplex
inverter unit has two exits for the two-tray finisher. When the one-tray paper feed
unit is installed, paper feeds out to the two-tray finisher from the upper exit [8].
When the two-tray paper feed unit or LCT is installed, paper feeds out to the twotray finisher from the lower exit [7]. Paper always feeds out to the booklet finisher
from the lower exit [7] regardless of which optional paper feed unit (one-tray paper
feed unit, two-tray paper feed unit or the LCT) is installed.
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6.1.3 DRIVE LAYOUT
1
6
2
7
8
3
4
5
1. Development drive
motor-K:
2. Development drive
motor-CMY:
3. Drum drive motorCMY:
4. Transfer belt contact
motor:
5. Paper feed motor:
6. Drum drive motor-K:
7. Transfer unit drive
motor:
8. Waste toner vibration
motor:
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Drives the development unit for black, the fusing unit, and the
paper exit section.
Drives the color development units (magenta/cyan/yellow), the
registration roller, and the waste toner collection coils from the
PCUs.
Drives the PCUs for magenta, cyan, and yellow.
Moves the transfer belt into contact and away from the color
PCUs.
Drives the paper feed mechanisms (tray 1/tray 2/by-pass tray).
Drives the black PCU and the collection coil in the waste toner
bottle.
Drives the transfer unit.
Makes vibrations to not let waste toner clog the waste toner path.
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OVERVIEW
6.1.4 BOARD STRUCTURE
Overview
Standard
components
Optional
components
Ethernet
IEEE1284
USB
IEEE1394
SD Card
IEEE802.11
b
Gigabit
Ethernet
Controller
USB Host
I/F
Bluetooth
Memory
DIMMs
HDD
High Voltage
Supply Board T, PA, CL
Clutches
Memory Chip
Polygon
Motors
(Toner
LD Boards
Motor
Cartridge)
Synch.
Detectors
(Option for G130)
PCI
bus
Operation
Panel
Sensors
Thermistor
s
BCU
Sub PSU
High Voltage Supply Board - C, B
Duplex
Unit
Two-Tray
Finisher
Booklet
Finisher
Paper
Feed
Unit
LCT
DRB
PSU
Fusing
Lamps
(Option for G130)
Motors
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Descriptions
BCU (Base Engine Control Unit):
The BCU controls all the mechanical components. The BCU has three CPUs (Main,
MUSIC, and DSP). The CPUs control the following functions:
Main CPU
• Engine sequence
• Engine operation
• Timing for peripherals
• High voltage supply, laser, and fusing
• Sensors, drive board, and solenoids
• Motors
MUSIC (Mirror Unit for Skew and Interval Correction) CPU
• TD sensor
• Line position adjustment
• Memory chip on the toner cartridge
DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
• Line position adjustment
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Controller:
The controller connects to the BCU through a PCI bus. The controller handles the
following functions:
• Machine-to-host interface
• Operation panel interface
• Network interface
• Interfacing and control of the optional IEEE1284, Bluetooth, IEEE1394,
IEEE802.11b (wireless LAN), Gigabit Ethernet, USB Host I/F, HDD, and
DRAM DIMM
LD Drive Board:
This is the laser diode drive circuit board.
DRB:
The DRB (driver board) controls the paper feed motor, development motors
(color/black), drum drive motors (color/black), transfer unit drive motor.
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Operation Panel Board:
Controls the display panel, the LED and the keypad.
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6.1.5 PRINTING PROCESS
2, 6
1
5
3
8
10
K
4
Y
9
C
M
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This machine uses four PCUs, four development units, and four laser beams for
color printing. Each PCU has a drum, charge roller, cleaning brush, and blade.
From the left, the PCU stations are black, yellow, cyan, and magenta.
A transfer belt feeds paper past the PCUs. Then the toner image on each drum is
transferred to the paper.
The paper path is inclined at about 38 degrees. This helps to keep the machine as
compact as possible.
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1. Drum charge:
The charge roller gives the drum a negative charge
2. Laser exposure:
The laser beam from the laser diode (LD) goes through the lens and mirrors
and reaches the drum. The machine turns the laser beam on and off to make a
latent image on the drum.
3. Development:
The development roller carries negatively charged toner to the latent image on
the drum surface. This machine uses four independent development units (one
for each color).
4. Image transfer:
The charge given to the transfer roller attracts the toner from the drum to the
paper. Four toner images are super-imposed onto the paper.
5. Cleaning for OPC drum:
The cleaning brush and blade remove remaining toner on the drum surface
after image transfer to the paper.
6. Quenching for OPC drum:
Quenching is done by illuminating the whole area of the drum with the laser at
the end of every job.
7. Paper attraction:
Paper is attracted to the transfer belt by the charge given to the paper attraction
roller.
8. Separation:
Paper separates from the transfer belt when the belt curves away from it.
10. ID sensor:
The ID sensor board contains three ID sensors (front, center, and rear). The ID
sensor detects the density of the ID sensor pattern on the transfer belt. The ID
sensor output is used for the following:
• Process control and for automatic line position
• Skew
• Color registration adjustments for the latent image.
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9. Cleaning and quenching for transfer belt:
The cleaning brush and blade clean the belt surface. The grounding roller
inside the transfer belt unit removes the remaining charge on the belt.
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PROCESS CONTROL
6.2 PROCESS CONTROL
6.2.1 OVERVIEW
This machine has the following two forms of process control:
• Potential control
• Toner supply control
The process control facilities of this machine have the following features:
• Three ID (image density) sensors (front, center, and rear). Only the center ID
sensor is used for process control. All ID sensors are used for line positioning
and other adjustments.
• TD sensor.
6.2.2 POTENTIAL CONTROL
Overview
Potential control controls development to maintain the density of the toner images
on the drums. It does this by compensating for variations in drum chargeability and
toner density.
The machine uses the center ID sensor to measure the reflectivity of the transfer
belt and the density of a standard sensor pattern. This is done during the process
control self check.
The machine determines the following depending on the ID sensor output and a
reference table in memory.
• VD: Drum potential without exposure. The machine adjusts the charge roller
voltage to adjust this.
• VB: Development bias
• VL: Drum potential at the strongest exposure. The machine adjusts the laser
power to adjust this.
(In addition, VREF is corrected. This is used for toner supply control.)
This process controls the development potential so that the maximum amount of
toner given to the drum is constant. However, the laser power control method can
be changed to control the development potential to improve reproduction of
highlight parts of images. This depends on the setting of SP3-125-2. The default
setting is "Process Control". Set this SP mode to "LD Power" if you want to change
the highlight range control method.
If SP3-125-1 is set to "OFF", the machine does not do the potential control.
Instead, the machine uses the following:
• Development bias adjusted with SP2-201-1 to –9
• Charge roller voltage adjusted with SP2-001-1 to -13
• Laser power selected with SP2-103-1 to -15.
You should not adjust these SP modes in the field.
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Process Control Self Check
This machine uses the process control self check method to do the potential
control. The machine uses seven types of process control self check. These are
categorized according to their execution timing:
1. Forced
This is done when SP3-126-1 is used.
2. Initial
This starts automatically when the power is turned on, or, when the machine
recovers from energy saver mode (you can change this with SP3-125-7). This
occurs only if the fusing unit pressure roller temperature is 60°C or less.
3. Interval: Job End
This starts automatically at the end of a print job when the total print counter for
this feature exceeds 200 (you can change this with SP3-906-1). The counters
are reset to ‘0’ after all process control is done (except for forced process
control).
4. Interval: Interrupt (default: not done)
This interrupts printing and then starts automatically at the following times:
1) When the machine makes a certain number (A) of continuous color prints in
the same job
2) The main scan length detection is executed.
After the above are completed, the machine continues to make prints.
You can adjust value A with SP3-906-2 (default: off). At this time, only VREF is
corrected. Potential control (VD, VB, VL correction) is not done.
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5. Non-use Time (default: not done)
This starts before the next print job if the machine has no job for a certain time
(M) after it makes more than a certain number (N) of prints.
You can adjust M with SP3-906-4. You can adjust N with SP3-906-3.
6. After Toner End Recovery
This starts after recovery from a toner end condition.
7. After Developer Initialization
The machine executes the Auto Toner Density Adjustment (SP3-125-003). This
starts after a developer initialization is done. Developer initialization occurs
automatically after a new development unit has been installed.
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6.2.3 PROCESS CONTROL SELF CHECK PROCEDURE
Start
VSG adjustment
Step 1
ID sensor solid pattern generation
Step 2
Sensor pattern density detection
Step 3
Toner amount calculation
Step 4
VD, VB, VL selection and VREF adjustment
Step 5
ID sensor highlight pattern generation
Step 6
Sensor pattern density detection
Step 7
VL (LD power) selection
Step 8
Default: off
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Step 1: VSG Adjustment
This machine uses three ID sensors (direct reflection type). They are located at the
front, center, and rear of the transfer unit. Only the center ID sensor is used for
process control. The ID sensor checks the bare transfer belt’s reflectivity. Then the
machine calibrates the ID sensor until its output (known as VSG) is as follows.
• VSG = 4.0 ± 0.5 Volts
This calibration compensates for the transfer belt’s condition and the ID sensor
condition, for example, dirt on the surface of the belt or ID sensor.
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Step 2: ID Sensor Solid Pattern Generation
12 mm
15 mm
Left
Transfer belt
G130D507.WMF
First, the machine agitates the developer for between 15 and 30 seconds until the
fluctuation in TD sensor output becomes less than 0.3V.
Finally, the machine makes the second series of grade patterns in the same order
as the first series. The development bias and charge roller voltage are not the
same as those of the first series.
Step 3: Sensor Pattern Detection
The ID sensor detects the densities of the 10 solid-color squares for each color (5
squares in the first series and another 5 squares in the second series). This data
goes to memory.
Step 4: Toner Amount Calculation
The amount of toner on the transfer belt (M/A, mass per unit area, mg/cm2) is
calculated for each of the 10 grades of the sensor pattern from the ID sensor
output value from each grade of the pattern.
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Second, the machine makes the first series of grade patterns (see the diagram).
This 5-grade pattern is made in black, yellow, cyan, and magenta (20 squares in
total). They are made by changing the development bias and charge roller voltage.
The difference between development bias and charge roller voltage is always the
same.
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Step 5: VD, VB, VL Selection and VREF Adjustment
M/A
Development Bias
B0
B1
—
B
—
Bn-1
Bn
Target
M/A
B
Charge Bias
C0
C1
—
C
—
Cn-1
Cn
LD Power
L0
L1
—
L
—
Ln-1
Ln
Development Bias
G130D508.WMF
The machine determines the relationship between the amount of toner on the
transfer belt and the development bias for each of the 10 grades. Then the
machine selects the development bias and charge roller voltages for the target M/A
for each color by referring to a table in memory.
Laser power (VL) selected depends on the setting of SP3-125-2.
• If it is set to "Fixed", the LD power is fixed at the value of SP2-103-1, to -15.
• If it is set to "Process Control", LD power is selected using the same memory
table as mentioned above.
• If it is set to "LD power", LD power is determined by ID sensor highlight pattern
generation (steps 6 to 8 later in this procedure).
The machine also adjusts VREF (toner density target) at the same time so that the
development gamma detected by process control will be the value stored in SP3120-1 to -4 (do not adjust in the field unless advised to do so).
NOTE: The patterns on the transfer belt are cleaned by the transfer belt-cleaning
unit.
Allowable changes to VD, VB, and VL (as a result of process control):
This depends on the process control type as follows.
• Forced: No limit
• Initial: After Developer Initialization: ± 80 volts
• Interval: (Job End/ Non-use Time/ During Toner End Recovery): ± 40 volts
• Interval: (Interrupt): Constant (The memory table is not used.)
Steps 6 to 8 are done only if SP3-125-2 is set to "LD Power". (Default: Steps 6
to 8 are not used)
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Step 6: ID Sensor Highlight Pattern Generation
12 mm
15 mm
Left
Transfer belt
G130D509.WMF
The machine makes a 10-grade pattern on the transfer belt for each toner color.
The pattern has 10 squares. Each of the squares is 12 mm x 15 mm, and is a dotpattern squares (not solid-color squares like in the process of step 2). They are
made using constant bias and charge roller voltages selected from one of the types
mentioned above. The various grades are made by changing the LD power.
Step 7: Sensor Pattern Density Detection
Detailed
Descriptions
The ID sensor detects the densities of the 10 grade-pattern squares for each color.
This data goes to memory.
Step 8: VL (LD Power) Selection
The machine determines the relationship
between the amount of toner on the transfer
belt and the laser power for each of the 10
grades. Then the machine selects the laser
power to get the target M/A.
M/A
Target
M/A
L
LD Power
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6.2.4 VREF COMPENSATION DURING A PRINT JOB
[A]
[B]
Left
Transfer belt
G130D511.WMF
Highlight Pattern
The M/A target (mass-per-area target) is the target toner amount in a given area.
To adjust the toner amount, a highlight pattern [B] is created on the transfer. The
interval of creating the highlight pattern depends on the setting specified with SP3923 and 3-924.
For color jobs, the order of pattern generation is K → Y → M → C → K → Y → M
→ C. The highlight pattern is made about 2 cm after the trailing edge of the paper
[A].
Adjustment Process
The machine generates a highlight pattern (one grade) of a specified density. The
center ID sensor checks the density. Then the machine adjusts VREF by comparing
the reading with the target of each color (SP3-905-1 to 4). The machine adjusts
VCNT when this adjustment is not sufficient.
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6.2.5 TONER SUPPLY CONTROL
Overview
Toner supply control uses the following to determine the amount of toner to be
supplied. This is done before every development for each color.
• Density of the toner in the developer (detected by the TD sensor) - VREF, VT
• Pixel count
The image density is kept constant by adjusting the density of toner in the
development unit. At the same time, it accommodates changes in the development
conditions through the potential control mechanism. Environmental changes and
the number of prints made are also used in the calculation.
The amount of toner supplied is determined by the ‘on’ time of the toner supply
clutch. The total ‘on’ time for each toner supply clutch is stored in the memory chip
for the relevant toner cartridge. The amount of toner supplied also depends on the
process line speed for the current job. The machine supplies the calculated amount
of toner for each color.
Toner Supply Control Modes
This machine has the following three toner supply control modes. You can select
them with SP2-208-1 to -4.
2. Proportional control mode
This mode is used when the ID sensor at the center becomes faulty. Only the
TD sensor is used to control toner supply. The machine uses the VREF that is
stored in SP2-224-5 to -8.
3. Fixed supply mode
This mode is used when the TD sensor becomes faulty. You can adjust the
amount of toner supply with SP2-208-5 to -8 if the image density is incorrect
(the default setting is 5%).
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Detailed
Descriptions
1. Fuzzy control mode
This is the default toner supply control mode. The TD sensor, ID sensor, and
pixel count are used in this mode.
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6.2.6 TONER NEAR END/TONER END DETECTION
[C]
[B]
[A]
[D]
G130D512.WMF
Introduction
Toner Near End
The controller considers the following information to determine the toner near end
status:
• TD sensor [A] in the development unit
• Operation time counter of the toner attraction pump [B]
• Memory chip [C] on the toner cartridge
• Toner end sensor [D]
There are two different toner near-end detection procedures (referred to as “Toner
Near End Detection 1” and “Toner Near End Detection 2”). The machine enters the
near-end condition if either of these is detected.
Toner End
To determine the toner end status, the controller considers the following
information:
• TD sensor [A] in the development unit
• Pixel counter
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Toner Near End Detection 1
The controller considers the following information from the TD sensor:
1) The controller checks that the following condition is satisfied ten times
consecutively:
VREF + 0.4 V < VT
NOTE: You can adjust the condition with SP2-212.
2) If the above condition is satisfied, toner is supplied to the development unit.
The messages, “Loading Toner” and “Please wait,” show.
3) The controller checks the above condition again.
a) If the condition is satisfied, the controller decides that the machine is in
the toner near end status. The yellow LED on the operation panel lights
and the messages, “Toner is almost empty,” “Replace Toner
Cartridge(s),” and “Xxxxx,” show. “Xxxxx” indicates the color, such as
cyan.
b) If the condition is not satisfied, the controller decides that the machine is
not in the toner near end status. The machine resumes its normal
operation.
Toner Near End Detection 2
2) If the amount reaches the predefined weight (default: 100 g), the controller
checks the signals from the toner end sensor.
NOTE: You can adjust the weight with SP2-212-1 and -2.
a) If the signals indicate the toner amount has fallen to a certain level
(displayed with SP2-212-12 to -15), the controller decides that the
machine is in the toner near end status. The yellow LED on the operation
panel lights and the messages, “Toner is almost empty,” “Replace Toner
Cartridge(s)”, and “Xxxxx,” show. “Xxxxx” indicates the color, such as
cyan.
b) If the signals indicate the toner amount is not less than a certain level,
the controller decides that the machine is not in the toner near end status.
The machine resumes its normal operation.
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Detailed
Descriptions
The controller considers the information from the operation time counter of the
following:
• Toner attraction pump
• Memory chip on the toner bottle
• Toner end sensor.
1) To calculate the toner amount remaining in the toner cartridge, the controller
considers the operation time counter of the toner attraction pump and the
initial amount of the toner (recorded in the memory chip).
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Toner End Detection
The machine flags the toner end status when one of the conditions below is
detected for a toner color. The red LED on the operation panel lights and the
messages, “No Toner,” “Replace Toner Cartridge,” and “Xxxxx,” show. “Xxxxx”
indicates the color, such as cyan.
• VREF + 0.5 V < VT (ten times consecutively)
• The pixel counter counts up to the equivalent of 50 A4 sheets of pixels (100%
coverage) since near-end was detected.
However, printing continues if fewer pages have been made since near-end than
the number set with SP2-212-11 (default: 10 pages).
NOTE: If one of the following conditions is detected 10 consecutive times, the
machine flags a “toner end condition”. This condition does not depend on
the number of pages printed since near-end.
• VREF + 1.2 V < VT
• VT > 4.8 V
The machine cannot print until the toner cartridge is replaced after it detects toner
end for black. The machine can print in black and white only if cyan, magenta, or
yellow are in a toner end condition during standby mode. At this time the machine
cannot do color print jobs.
NOTE: If the yellow, cyan, or magenta toner ends during a color-printing job, the
job is suspended until toner is supplied. If new color toner is not installed,
the user can print black-and-white jobs only.
Toner End Recovery
The machine assumes that the toner cartridge has been replaced if either of the
following occurs when the near-end or end status exists
• The upper right cover is opened and closed.
• The main switch is turned off and on.
Then the machine starts to supply toner to the development unit. After supplying
toner, the machine clears the toner near-end or end status if the following
conditions are detected:
• Vt [0] – Vt [3] > 0.5V
• Vt – Vref > 0.3V
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6.2.7 DEVELOPER INITIALIZATION
When the machine detects that a new development unit has been installed, it
initializes the developer.
To do this, the machine agitates the developer for about 100 seconds, and adjusts
VCNT (control voltage for TD sensor) so that VT (TD sensor output) becomes 3.5 ±
0.1 volts. The machine stores this VT as VREF.
VCNT is corrected for the current humidity every print job. VCNT is also corrected for
the total number of prints, to prevent the developer Q/M from varying.
[A]
If the humidity correction is giving poor results (for example, if the humidity sensor
[A] is broken), it can be disabled with SP2-223-2. Then a value for VCNT must be
input manually using SP2-224-1 to -4 (adjust by trial and error).
During developer initialization, the machine forcibly supplies toner because there is
no toner inside the toner transport tube at installation. Then the machine does the
process control self check.
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G130D922.WMF
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LASER EXPOSURE
6.3 LASER EXPOSURE
6.3.1 OVERVIEW
17
1
18
2
3
16
4
5
15
6
7
14
8
13
12
11
9
10
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Synchronizing detector board-Y, K-E
LD unit-Y
LD unit-K
LD Mirror-M
LD unit-M
LD unit-C
F-theta lens-M, C
Synchronizing detector board-M, C-S
Synchronizing detector board-M, C-E
G130D514.WMF
10. OPC drum-M
11. WTL
12. OPC drum-C
13. OPC drum-Y
14. OPC drum-K
15. Synchronizing detector board-Y, K-S
16. F-theta lens-Y, K
17. Polygon mirror motor
18. LD Mirror-K
This machine uses four LD units and one polygon mirror motor to produce latent
images on four OPC drums (one drum for each color toner).
There are two hexagonal mirrors. Each mirror reflects beams from two LD units.
Laser exposure for magenta and cyan starts from the rear side of the drum.
However, for yellow and black it starts from the front side of the drum. This is
because the units for magenta and cyan are on the other side of the polygon mirror
from the units for yellow and black.
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6.3.2 OPTICAL PATH
[D]
[A]
[F]
[B]
[C]
[E]
G130D515.WMF
The laser beams for cyan [C] and yellow [A] are directed to the upper part of the
polygon mirror [B]. Laser beams for magenta [E] and black [D] are directed to the
lower part of the polygon mirror. The LD mirrors (see the previous page) deflect the
laser beams for magenta and black towards the lower polygon mirror.
The speed of the polygon mirror depends on the selected mode and model (see
below).
Mode
B/W
(except
OHP/Thick
paper)
Color
(except
OHP/Thick
paper)
OHP/Thick
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Resolution
(dpi)
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
Polygon motor
speed (rpm)
Process line
speed (mm/s)
38268
162
1,200 x 1,200
38268
81
17
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
G130: 29528
G131: 38268
G130: 125
G131: 162
G130: 28
G131: 35
1,200 x 1,200
38268
81
17
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
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Print speed
(ppm)
G130: 32
G131: 35
Remarks
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Detailed
Descriptions
The WTL [F] corrects the main scan line. Without this component, the line bends
out towards the middle of the main scan. The central bend of the WTL is adjusted
in the factory.
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6.3.3 LASER SYNCHRONIZING DETECTOR
[B]
[B]
[A]
[A]
G130D516.WMF
Overview
The machine has four laser synchronizing detector boards (LSD). There is one at
each corner of the laser optics-housing unit.
Each pair of boards detects two colors. The machine recognizes each color from
the time that they are detected. The two LSDs at the right [A] are used for magenta
and cyan. The two LSDs at the left [B] are used for yellow and black.
Main Scan Start Detection
For magenta and cyan, the LSD at the rear detects the start of the main scan. For
yellow and black, the LSD at the front detects the start of the main scan.
Clock Frequency Adjustment
Each pair ensures that the number of laser clock pulses in the main scan is
constant. If the count for one particular beam varies from normal, the LD clock
frequency for that beam is adjusted.
If the board at the end position is defective, this cannot be detected. At this time,
you must disable the detection feature with SP2-919-1.
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6.3.4 LD SAFETY SWITCH
24V
Right Cover
SW
Front Cover
and Upper
Left Cover
SW
5V
LD5V
RELAY
5V
24VS
5V
PSU
LD5V
LD5V
1.8V
3.3V
REG
1.8V
5V
3.3V 1.8V
REG
3.3V
LDOFF
3.3V
GAVD
24V
3.3V
5V
24V
GND
A relay on the PSU ensures
technician and user safety. It
also prevents the laser
beam from turning on during
servicing. This relay turns off
when the front cover, upper
left cover, or right door is
opened. At this time, it cuts
the power (+5V) supplied to
the LD board for each color
through the BCU.
PMACA
LD
PD
L
D
P
D
LDB(M)
BCU
LD5V
3.3V 1.8V
5V
LDOFF
GAVD
PMACA
LD
PD
GAPCI
L
D
P
D
LDB(C)
LD5
V
CPU
(H8)
5V
3.3V 1.8V
GAVD
LDOFF
PMACA
LD
PD
L
D
P
D
LDB(Y)
LD5V
3.3V 1.8V
Polygon
Motor
24V
GAVD
GND
5V
LDOFF
PMACA
LD
PD
L
D
P
D
LDB(K)
Two safety switches are used to turn the relay off. One switch is used for the front
cover and upper left cover. This safety switch is off when either of the two covers is
opened. The other safety switch is used for the right door.
• PMAC: Precise Pulse Modulation ASIC on
C-MOS technology
• LDB: LD Drive Board (included in the LD Unit)
Front and Upper Left Cover Switch
The micro switch [A] on the PSU is activated or
[A]
deactivated by the actuator [B] when the front
cover or the upper left cover is opened and closed.
[B]
G130D520.WMF
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G130D901.WMF
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Error Messages
[A]
[B]
[E]
[D]
[C]
G130D521.WMF
The LD safety switches along with other electrical components help to show error
messages related to external covers and doors. The table lists the error messages
and their error conditions. Note that some messages take precedence over others.
Message
Reset Fusing Unit Correctly
Close Upper Left Cover
Close Front Cover
Close Right Cover
[A] Fusing
unit link
Open
Connected
Connected
Connected
Condition
[B] Upper left
[C] Front
cover switch
door switch
(any)
(any)
Open
(any)
Closed
Open
Closed
Closed
[D] Right
door switch
(any)
(any)
(any)
Open
NOTE: 1) In the table, “any” indicates that the condition does not affect the
diagram indication.
2) The left door switch [E] is closed when the upper left cover switch [B] is
closed.
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6.3.5 AUTOMATIC LINE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
Overview
YY, KK, CC, MM: Spaces between two lines of the same color
KY, KC, KM:
Spaces between a black line and a color line
Front
Center
Rear
Y
YY
K
KK
C
M
CC
MM
KY
YY
KC
KM
KY
KK
YY
KC
KM
CC
KY
KK
KC
KM
CC
MM
MM
Y
K
C
M
During automatic line position adjustment, the line patterns above are created eight
times on the transfer belt. The spaces between the lines (YY, KK, CC, MM, KY, KC,
KM) are measured by the front, center, and rear ID sensors. The controller takes
the average of the spaces. Then it adjusts the following positions and
magnification:
• Sub scan line position for YCM
• Main scan line position for YCM
• Magnification ratio for KYCM
• Skew for YCM
The transfer belt-cleaning unit cleans the transfer belt after the patterns are
measured. SC285 shows if an error is detected four times consecutively.
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G130D522.WMF
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Summary of Each Adjustment
Sub scan line position for YCM
The adjustment of the sub-scan line position for YCM is based on the line position
for K (color registration). The machine measures the gaps between the lines of
each color in the pattern on the transfer belt. If the gaps for a color are not correct,
the machine moves the image of the color up or down the sub scan axis. To do this,
it changes the laser write timing for that color.
Main scan line position for YCM
If the machine detects that the image is out of position in the main scan direction, it
changes the laser write start timing for each scan line.
Magnification adjustment for KYCM
If the machine detects that magnification adjustment is necessary, it changes the
LD clock frequency for the required color.
Skew for YCM
The adjustment of the skew for YCM is based on the line position for K.
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Adjustment Conditions
Line position adjustment timing depends on several SP mode settings. However,
the mode selection, SP5-993-001, takes precedence over the others. The table
below shows the conditions and the processes you need to do. Note that the
adjustments of the sub-scan line position, main scan line position, and
magnification are done under the same conditions.
The numbers in the mode selection column show the setting of SP 5-993-001. For
details, refer to the description for SP 5-993-001 in the SP table.
1
Condition
Process
control
Temperature
difference
1 or 2
0, 1, or 2
Setting
Job End
Interrupt
Non-use Time 1, 2
Power On Interval
Time
Recovery (fusing
temperature 60°C or
lower)
Standby
Job start
Interrupt
Main scan length detection
Initialization (fusing temperature over
60°C)
Replacement of development unit or
PCU
Forced self check
S-pos. : Sub-scan line position
M-pos. : Main scan line position
Magni. : Magnification
SP3-906-001
SP3-906-002
SP3-906-003, 004
S-pos./
M-pos./
Magni.
Skew
SP3-906-006
SP3-125-007
SP5-993-003, 005
SP5-993-003, 006
SP5-993-003, 04, 022
SP2-919-001
*
SP5-993-026
None
SP5-993-002
: Executed
* : Executed one time when the
conditions are met twice
NOTE: 1) “Recovery” includes turning on the main switch.
2) Fusing temperature is measured by the thermistor in the fusing unit.
Other temperatures are measured by the sensors on the laser opticshousing unit.
3) You can use SP5-993-035 to select one of the six frequency levels of
the line position adjustment.
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Mode
selection
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Main Scan Skew Adjustment
[B]
[C]
[D]
[A]
G130D523.WMF
The 3rd mirror positioning motors for magenta [A], cyan [B], and yellow [C] adjust
the angle of the 3rd mirrors [D] respectively, based on the 3rd mirror position for
black. This mechanism corrects main scan skew.
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6.4 PHOTOCONDUCTOR UNIT
6.4.1 OVERVIEW
1
7
2
6
5
4
3
G130D524.WMF
Cleaning brush roller
Charge roller (non-contact)
OPC drum
Cleaning brush
5. Waste toner collection auger
6. Lubricant bar
7. Cleaning blade
This machine has four independent PCUs, one for each color. Each PCU has the
following:
1) OPC drum
2) Non-contact charge roller
3) Cleaning brush
4) Cleaning blade.
5) Lubricant bar
The diameter of the drum is 30 mm (circumference: about 94.25 mm).
The photoconductor gap between a PCU and the corresponding development roller
is determined by the drum positioning plate and the rear shaft. You cannot adjust
this in the field.
The push switches in the drum positioning plate detect when a new PCU has been
installed.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
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6.4.2 DRIVE
[A]
[B]
K
Y
C
M
G130D525.WMF
The drum drive motor-K [A] drives the PCU for black.
The drum drive motor-CMY [B] drives the PCUs for magenta, cyan, and yellow.
Using one motor to drive these three drums reduces CMY color misalignment.
Both motors are brush-less DC motors. This helps to reduce the drive noise. The
brush-less DC motors make sound that is not the same as other machines, but this
sound does not mean machine defective.
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6.4.3 DRUM GEAR POSITION SENSORS
[E]
[D]
[C]
[B]
[A]
[F]
[G]
[H]
[I]
G130D526.WMF
The machine uses these sensors to detect if the drum motors rotate. SC440 shows
when it detects that the drum motor is not moving. These sensors also help the
machine to initialize the relative positions of the gears when the main switch is
turned on, and during initializing. This prevents phase fluctuation between
printouts.
There is an interrupter [E] on each of the black [D] and yellow [C] drum gears. The
drum gear position sensors [F][G] detect the positions of these interrupters
respectively. The sensors check that the two interrupters are parallel. This
mechanism makes sure that output quality does not vary. The cyan [B] and
magenta [A] drum gears operate with the yellow drum gear because these three
drum gears are linked through other gears [H][I].
In the ready status, the two interrupters stay in a parallel position. If they are not in
a parallel position (shown in the illustration), the machine adjusts the position of the
black drum gear.
The relative positions of the gears are adjusted every 30 jobs. This takes one
second or less. The message "Please Wait" shows during the adjustment.
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Mechanism
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Initialization Process and SC Codes
SC code 440-1 or 440-2 show when a drum gear position sensor detects an error.
The table shows the following:
• Steps of the initialization process
• Possible errors
• Corresponding SC codes.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Initialization process
The four drums simultaneously
operated\ for seven seconds. The
two drum position sensors detect the
two drum gear interrupters several
times.
The time lags between detection of
the black drum gear interrupter and
detection of the yellow drum gear
interrupter are checked. The average
time lag is calculated.
The black drum is operated. The
position of the gear is adjusted
according to the average time lag.
Possible error
The black drum gear
interrupter is not detected.
The yellow drum gear
interrupter is not detected.
Both black and yellow drum
gear interrupters are not
detected.
The black drum gear
interrupter is not detected
(NOTE).
SC code
440-1
440-2
440-1
440-1
NOTE: No error occurs in step 1 and step 2 if the connector of the black drum
position sensor has been connected to the yellow drum position sensor
(and the connector of the yellow drum position sensor, to the black drum
position sensor).
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6.4.4 DRUM CHARGE AND QUENCHING
[B]
[A]
G130D527.WMF
This machine uses a non-contact charge roller [A] to reduce ozone. The noncontact charge roller gives the drum surface a negative charge. The high voltage
supply board – C.B, which is located at the rear of the machine, applies a dc and
ac voltage (at a constant current) to the roller. The ac voltage helps to ensure that
the charge given to the drum is as uniform as possible.
The machine automatically controls the charge roller voltage if automatic process
control is enabled (i.e., if SP3-125-1 is set to "ON"). However, if process control is
switched off, (i.e., if SP3-125-1 is set to "OFF"), the dc voltage is the value stored
in SP2-001-1 to -4 (do not adjust in the field unless advised to do so).
The cleaning brush roller [B], which always contacts the charge roller, cleans the
charge roller.
The charge roller can generate small amounts of nitrogen oxide gases (known as
NOx). These gases can stay on the surface of the drum. This can cause unfocused
copies. To avoid this, the film of NOx is removed at the following times:
• Power on
• At the end of a job (if more than 200 prints)
• When a toner cartridge has been replaced
SP3-920-1 to -4 determines when this procedure (known as “refresh mode”) is
done. You can do this at any time with SP3-920-5 if the prints are smeared.
Quenching is done by illuminating the whole area of the drum with the laser at the
end of every job.
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The diameter of the roller is 11.14 mm (circumference about 35 mm). The gap
between a drum and the corresponding charge roller is about 50 µm.
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6.4.5 DRUM CLEANING
[D]
[B]
[C]
[A]
G130D528.WMF
The cleaning brush [A] spreads out the waste toner that stays on the drum. Then
the cleaning blade [B] scrapes it off. The toner collection auger [C] transports the
toner towards the waste toner collection duct.
The lubricant bar [D] is on the cleaning brush. The cleaning brush rubs against the
lubricant bar and lubricates the drum surface. Excess lubricant is removed by the
cleaning blade. Then it goes to the waste toner collection duct.
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6.4.6 WASTE TONER COLLECTION
[F]
[G]
[E]
[J]
[H]
[M]
[K]
[I]
[B]
[L]
[D]
[A]
[C]
G130D529.WMF
The waste toner from the collection augers in the four PCUs drops into the waste
toner collection duct from the four openings [F][G][H][I] at the rear of the PCUs. The
toner collection coils [J][K][L] in the duct transport this waste toner towards the
waste toner bottle [A]. The coils [J][K][L] are driven by development drive motorCMY. The openings and PCUs correspond as follows: black → [F], yellow → [G],
cyan → [H], magenta → [I].
The waste toner from the transfer belt-cleaning unit drops into the waste toner
collection duct from another opening [E].
The end of the waste toner collection duct is in the waste toner bottle [A]. There are
three openings [B][C] and one collection coil [D] in this part. The waste toner drops
into the bottle through the openings. The collection coil [D] is driven by drum drive
motor-K.
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Waste Toner Path
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Waste Toner Vibrator
The waste toner vibrator has one motor [M]. The motor operates for about one
second at a time. Its vibration does not let waste toner clog the waste toner path.
The table shows the conditions under which the motor operates.
Machine status
Motor operation
During machine start (machine
initialization)
Two times
At the beginning of the process
control
One time
Printing jobs that output five or less
papers
At the job end if 3 or more papers have been output
since the previous operation (of the motor) ()
Printing jobs that output 6 or more
papers
Every five papers and at the job end ()
Case 1: The machine does two jobs. The first job outputs one paper, and the
second job outputs two papers. In this case, the motor operates one time at the
end of the second job (see ).
Case 2: The machine does one job, and the job outputs 12 papers. In this case,
the motor operates at the following times:
• One time during the fifth printing
• One time during the tenth printing
• One time at the job end (see ).
Case 3: The machine does two jobs. The first job outputs one paper, and the
second job outputs 12 papers. In this case, the motor operates at the following
times:
• One time during the fifth printing of the second job
• One time during the tenth printing of the second job
• One time at the end of the second job (see ; This case does not satisfy
condition ).
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6.4.7 WASTE TONER BOTTLE FULL DETECTION
[A]
[B]
G130D530.WMF
The waste toner bottle set switch [A] detects the bottle when it is placed in the
machine.
When the bottle contains a certain amount of waste toner, the sensor is
deactivated. The machine detects that the waste toner bottle is almost full and
shows “Waste Toner is Almost Full”.
At this time, the machine can print about 2,500 more sheets. After printing 2,500
sheets, it shows “Replace Waste Toner,” at the end of the job. After this, you
cannot use the machine again until the bottle is replaced or emptied.
NOTE: The number of sheets is calculated on the assumption that the paper size
is A4 and that the coverage ratio of each color is 5%.
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The waste toner sensor [B] detects the weight of the bottle and informs the
machine when it is almost full.
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DEVELOPMENT
6.5
DEVELOPMENT
6.5.1 OVERVIEW
1
2
3
6
4
G130D531.WMF
5
4. TD sensor
5. Mixing auger (left)
6. Development roller
1. Doctor blade
2. Developer hopper
3. Mixing auger (right)
This machine has four independent development units, one for each color. Each
contains 300 g of developer when new. The developer in each unit is supplied to
the development roller by the two mixing augers and attracted onto the surface of
the roller.
The photoconductor gap between PCU and development roller is determined by
the drum positioning plate and the rear shaft. You cannot adjust this in the field.
The push switches in the drum positioning plate detect a new development unit
when it has been installed, and detect whether the development unit is in the
machine.
The TD sensor and center ID sensor control toner density. Each development unit
has a TD sensor.
The diameter of the development roller is 18.2 mm (circumference about 57.2 mm).
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6.5.2 DRIVE
[A]
[C]
[B]
G130D532.WMF
[C]
The development drive motor-K [A] drives the development roller for black through
gears and a clutch. This motor also drives the fusing unit and paper exit rollers.
The gear trains are shown in the diagram by dotted lines.
The development drive motor-CMY [B] drives the development unit for magenta,
cyan, and yellow through gears and clutches. This motor also drives the
registration roller.
The drive gears [C] of the development units are flexible. This creates a smooth
connection between the development motor gear and the drive gear of the
development unit.
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G130D533.WMF
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DEVELOPMENT
6.5.3 DEVELOPER AGITATION
[C]
[A]
G130D534.WMF
[B]
Two mixing augers [A and B] circulate the developer forward and backward to
agitate the developer.
This happens at the following times:
• During process control self check
• During toner supply
• During development.
Ducts on the top of the developer hopper [C] make sure that the internal pressure
does not become too high. These ducts are sealed to not let the toner solidify.
This development unit does not operate very well at high temperatures (over 50°
C). The toner inside the development unit can become solid at temperatures higher
that this value. A developer initialization error shows if the toner does become solid.
At this time, you must do the following procedure:
NOTE: You should also do this procedure when you install a new development
unit.
1. Remove the (old) development unit.
2. Keep the (new) development unit level and shake it several times from side to
side.
3. Install it to the machine.
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6.5.4 DEVELOPMENT BIAS
[B]
[A]
G130D535.WMF
The sub PSU [A] supplies development bias to the development roller via the
receptacle [B] at the rear of each development unit.
The machine automatically controls the dc bias, if automatic process control is
enabled (i.e., if SP3-125-001 is set to "ON"). However, if process control is
switched off, (i.e., if SP3-125-001 is set to "OFF"), the dc bias is the value stored in
SP2-201-001 to 009 (do not adjust in the field unless advised to do so).
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There is a dc bias voltage.
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6.5.5 TONER SUPPLY MECHANISM
[D]
[E]
[C]
[F]
[B]
[A]
[G]
[H]
G130D583.WMF
[I]
Overview
The air transport system agitates the toner [H] in the toner cartridges [G]. Toner is
transported to the development unit [A] by the toner attraction pump [B] (each
cartridge has a separate pump). This provides a more stable way to transport fine
powder than previous methods.
Toner Agitation and Attraction
The rear air pump [D] supplies air to the yellow and magenta toner cartridges. The
front air pump [E] supplies air to the black and cyan toner cartridges. Air agitates all
the toner in each cartridge. The pumps and four valves [C] control the airflow.
Mixed with air, the toner passes part of the way along the transport tube [I] towards
the toner attraction pump. This pump draws the toner the rest of the way ( Toner
Transport).
The air pump turns on to supply air to the toner cartridges for one second under the
following conditions:
• During normal operation (when the “on” time for a toner supply clutch
reaches a certain value).
• When forced toner supply (SP2-207) is done
• When forced toner density adjustment (SP3-126-002) is done
• At toner end recovery
• Developer initialization
The filter [F] on the inner package of the toner cartridge ensures that the internal
pressure does not become too high.
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Air Flow and Toner Flow
[B]
[C]
[A]
[D]
[E]
[F]
[G]
G130D536.WMF
The toner goes through the inner pipe [A], and reaches the toner tube [E] at the
bottom end of the pipe. The toner passes the sensor windows [G] on its way to the
toner tube. The windows are transparent and are at the front side and the rear side
of the pipe. The light emitted from the toner end sensor [D] goes through this area
if there is no toner in the pipe.
The airflow generated by the air pump goes through the outer pipe [B], and comes
out of the four openings at the top end.
Toner Near End Detection
Toner end sensors [D] detect toner near end conditions ( 6.2.6).
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The air tube [F] and the toner tube [E] are connected to the joint [C] at the bottom
of the toner cartridge holder. This joint contains an inner pipe [A] and an outer pipe
[B]. These two pipes are L-shaped. The inner pipe goes through the outer pipe.
The inner pipe is longer than the outer pipe.
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Toner Transport
[B]
[C]
[D]
[E]
[A]
G130D537.WMF
Each toner attraction pump has the same mechanism. The pump (toner attraction
pump) [A], has the following components:
• Toner supply clutch [B]
• Rubber tube [C]
• Rotor [D]
The above components attract the toner in the toner transport tube [E] toward the
development unit.
The toner supply clutch drives the rotor, which draws the toner in from the cartridge
and passes it to the development unit. When supplying toner, the clutch turns on
and off as many times as necessary to supply the necessary amount of toner. The
amount of toner depends on the results of toner supply control.
Motor drive comes from the development drive motors.
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Shutter Mechanism
[C]
[D]
[F]
[E]
[B]
[A]
G130D538.WMF
The development unit and toner attraction pump each have a shutter mechanism.
The protrusion [A] on the development unit opens the shutter [B] in the pump when
the development unit is placed in the machine. At the same time, the protrusion [C]
on the pump opens the shutter [D] in the development unit. When both shutters are
open, toner can enter the development unit from the toner attraction pump.
The shutter spring [E and F] pulls and closes the shutter when the development
unit is removed.
6.5.6 TONER CARTRIDGE DETECTION
[A]
Detailed
Descriptions
The memory chip [A] on each toner cartridge
stores the total “on” time of the toner supply
clutch. This is used to calculate the amount of
toner remaining in the toner cartridge. The chip
is also used to detect whether the cartridge is
installed (if the cartridge is not installed, the
machine does not detect a signal from the
memory chip).
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PAPER FEED
6.6
PAPER FEED
6.6.1 OVERVIEW
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
16
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
15
14
13
G130D540.WMF
9. Separation roller - By-pass feed
10. Transport roller
11. Vertical transport roller
12. Feed roller - tray 2
13. Separation roller - tray 2
14. Pick-up roller - tray 2
15. Paper tray 2
16. Paper tray 1
Pick-up roller - tray 1
Feed roller - tray 1
Separation roller - tray 1
Relay roller
Registration roller
Feed roller - By-pass feed
Pick-up roller - By-pass feed
By-pass feed table
There are two paper trays (500 sheets each), and a by-pass feed table (100
sheets).
The paper feed mechanism uses an FRR system.
Tray 1 can hold A4 or 81/2" x 11" only. Tray 2 can hold a range of sizes.
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6.6.2 DRIVE – TRAY 1, TRAY 2, AND BY-PASS TRAY
[B]
[A]
[C]
[E]
[D]
[H]
[I]
[F]
[Q]
[J]
[K]
[L]
[M]
[G]
[N]
[O]
[P]
G130D542.WMF
G130D541.WMF
When tray 1 and tray 2 are inside the machine, their pick-up rollers [H][K] are
always in contact with each top sheet of the paper stack. However, the pick-up
roller [P] of the by-pass tray stays away until the by-pass pick-up solenoid [Q] turns
on. When the paper feed clutch [B][C][D] turns on, the pick-up, feed [I][L][N], and
separation [J][M][O] rollers start rotating to feed the paper. The paper feed clutch
stays on until shortly after the registration sensor activates.
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The paper feed motor [A] drives the pick-up and feed mechanisms in tray 1 [E], tray
2 [F], and the by-pass tray [G]. It uses clutches and complex trains of gears (the
locations of the gear trains are indicated by dotted lines in the above diagram) to
do this.
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6.6.3 PAPER LIFT – TRAYS 1 & 2
[G]
[F]
[E]
[H]
[A]
[B]
[I]
[D]
[C]
G130D543.WMF
The tray 1 set switch [A] and tray 2-paper size switches [B] detect when the paper
trays [C] are placed in the machine. When the machine detects that a tray has
been placed in the machine, the tray lift motor [D] rotates and the coupling gear [E]
on the tray lift motor engages the pin [F] on the lift arm shaft [G]. Then the tray lift
arm [I] lifts the tray bottom plate [H] until the paper lift sensor for the tray detects
that the top of the stack is at the paper feed position.
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6.6.4 PAPER SIZE DETECTION – TRAYS 1 & 2
[D]
[A]
[E]
[F]
[G]
[C]
[B]
G130D544.WMF
There is no size switch for tray 1. The paper size is fixed at either A4 or 81/2" x 11".
You can change this with SP1-902-1.
For tray 2, four paper size switches, working in combination, detect the paper size
as shown in the table below. The actuators are on the side plate [A]. The side plate
is moved by the end plate [B] through a cam [C].
1: Pushed
1 [D]
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
Switch Location
2 [E]
3 [F]
4 [G]
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
Detailed
Descriptions
Models
North America
Europe/Asia
11" x 17" SEF
11" x 17" SEF
A3 SEF
A3 SEF
*1
81/2" x 14" SEF
B4 SEF *1
81/2" x 11" SEF *2
A4 SEF *2
11" x 81/2" LEF *3
11" x 81/2" LEF *3
A4 LEF
A4 LEF
B5 LEF
B5 LEF
A5 LEF
A5 LEF
NOTE:
*1
: The machine detects either 81/2" x 14" SEF or B4 SEF, depending on the setting of SP 1-902-2
*2
: The machine detects either 81/2" x 11" SEF or A4 SEF, depending on the setting of SP 1-902-3
*3
: The machine detects either 11" x 81/2" LEF or B5 SEF, depending on the setting of SP 1-902-4
The machine disables paper feed from a tray if the paper size cannot be detected
(if the paper size actuator is broken or no tray is installed).
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6.6.5 PAPER HEIGHT DETECTION – TRAYS 1 & 2
[A]
[C]
[B]
G130D545.WMF
Two paper height sensors, working in combination, detect the amount of paper in
the tray.
When the amount of paper decreases, the bottom plate pressure lever moves up
and the actuator [A] (on the pressure lever drive shaft) rotates.
Remaining paper
Full
Nearly full
Near end
Almost empty
Paper height sensor 2 [B]
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Paper height sensor 1 [C]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF: No actuator
6.6.6 PAPER END DETECTION – TRAYS 1 & 2
The paper stack raises the paper end feeler and the paper end sensor deactivates
if there is some paper in the paper tray.
When the paper tray runs out of paper, the paper end feeler drops into the cutout in
the tray bottom plate. At this time, the paper end sensor is activated.
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6.6.7 REGISTRATION
[A]
[B]
G130D546.WMF
The development drive motor - CMY [A] drives the registration roller [B] with a
clutch and a complex train of gears (the location of the gear train is indicated by
dotted lines in the above diagram).
Detailed
Descriptions
The machine makes a paper buckle at the registration roller to correct paper skew.
You can adjust the paper buckle with SP1-003-1 to -8.
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6.6.8 PAPER FEED LINE SPEED
This machine has three process line speeds (for feed from registration roller to
fusing unit). The line speeds depend on the mode, selected resolution, and model.
Mode
B/W
Color
OHP/Thick
Resolution
(dpi)
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
600 x 600
1,200 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
Line speed
(mm/s)
81
G130: 125
G131: 162
81
Print speed
(ppm)
G130: 32
G131: 35
17
G130: 28
G131: 35
17
81
14
162
The machine changes the line speed if there is a page with color in the middle of
the job during a monochrome print job. However, it will not change the line speed if
there is a monochrome page in the middle of a color print job.
Paper feed from tray to registration roller
Fusing, paper exit to standard tray, and mailbox
Duplex invert and feed
Finisher
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Line speed (mm/s)
230
A bit slower than “Process line speed”
370
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6.6.9 GRIP ROLLER RELEASE MECHANISM
[C]
[D]
[E]
[B]
[F]
[A]
[G]
G130D547.WMF
The grip roller release mechanism reduces the pressure of the grip roller [E].
To solve this possible problem, the grip roller release mechanism is activated
under the following conditions:
1) B4 paper or longer is being fed.
2) The machine is operating in the full-color mode.
3) The leading edge of the paper has been fed in the transfer unit.
The spring [A] always presses the grip roller against the transport roller [B]. When
the above conditions are met, the solenoid [F] turns on. Then the lever [C] pushes
the grip roller shaft [D], and the grip roller moves away from the paper.
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The grip roller transports a sheet of paper to the transfer unit. When the transfer
unit starts to feed the leading edge of the paper [G], the trailing edge has still not
reached the grip roller. Paper is handled by the transfer unit and the grip roller at
the same time. If the handling speeds are not the same, this may skew the paper.
Longer paper sizes are more affected by the speed difference than shorter sizes.
From the viewpoint of image crispness, multi-color images are more easily affected
than mono-color images.
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IMAGE TRANSFER AND PAPER SEPARATION
6.7 IMAGE TRANSFER AND PAPER SEPARATION
6.7.1 OVERVIEW
13
12
1
2
11
3
10
4
9
8
5
7
6
G130D548.WMF
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Transfer unit drive motor
Transfer belt
Transfer belt mark sensor
Rotation encoder
Paper attraction roller
Transfer roller
7. Back-up roller
8. Cleaning blade
9. Toner collection auger
10. Cleaning brush
11. Lubricant bar
12. Cleaning unit
13. ID sensor
Paper is fed to the transfer belt before image transfer begins. The paper attraction
roller charges the paper to ensure that the paper is attracted to the belt.
The magenta, cyan, yellow, and black color images transfer to the paper while the
transfer belt feeds the paper past the drums towards the fusing unit. A positive
charge is applied to the paper under the transfer belt, opposite each drum, to
transfer the toner from the drums onto the paper. The back-up roller makes sure
that the contact area between the drum and belt is sufficient.
The cleaning unit in the transfer unit cleans the belt surface with the cleaning blade
and brush. The waste toner collected from the belt is transported to the waste toner
bottle.
There are three ID sensors (front, center, and rear). Only the center ID sensor
detects the image density of the patterns generated on the transfer belt for process
control. The other function of the ID sensors is for automatic line position
adjustment. All ID sensors are used for this.
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6.7.2 TRANSFER BELT DRIVE
Drive Motor
[B]
[A]
G130D549.WMF
Detailed
Descriptions
The transfer unit drive motor [A] drives the transfer belt [B] and the cleaning unit via
the timing belt and gears. The speed of transfer belt drive depends on the process
line speed.
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Transfer belt speed control
This machine uses two devices (Rotation encoder and transfer belt mark sensor) to
control the transfer belt speed.
Rotation Encoder
[A]
[C]
[B]
G130D550.WMF
An encoder [C] is on one of the rollers. This encoder checks the rotation speed of
the transfer belt. The controller analyzes the signals from the encoder. Then it
adjusts the rotation speed of the transfer belt.
The encoder contains a disk that has 300 notches on its surface [B]. These
notches are read by the sensor [A]. The controller counts the number of notches
that the sensor has read in the unit of time. If the sensor has read an unusually
large number of notches or an unusually small number of notches, the controller
ignores such unusual signals. Therefore, incorrect reading does not affect the
rotation speed.
Ignored
Number of notches
(read by the sensor)
Filter H
Filter L
Ignored
Time
G130D584.WMF
Filter H: The number of notches read by the sensor when the rotation speed of the transfer belt is
at its highest possible value.
Filter L: The number of notches read by the sensor when the rotation speed of the transfer belt is
at its lowest possible value.
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Transfer belt mark sensor
[A]
G130D551.WMF
There is the transfer belt mark sensor [A].
Transfer belt mark sensor monitors the transfer belt home position. The machine
uses this information to adjust the speed of the belt to account for the belt regularity.
Detailed
Descriptions
This control method is called "Dancing Control" in the SP5-995. You must execute
SP5-995-025 and -027 after replacing the transfer belt unit or transfer belt.
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6.7.3 TRANSFER CURRENT
[A]
[F]
[B]
[C]
[E]
[D]
G130D552.WMF
The transfer roller [D] applies a current to transfer the toner to the paper on the
transfer belt [A]. The high voltage supply board supplies current to the transfer
roller and the paper attraction roller [C].
These currents are automatically corrected for paper size, temperature (measured
by the thermistor on the right side of the laser optics housing unit), and humidity
(measured by the humidity sensor).
The following adjustments are shown below:
• You can adjust the transfer roller current for each printing mode (color or B/W,
resolution, paper type) with SP2-301-1 to -160. The by-pass tray settings are
used when the duplex unit has not been installed and the user is making duplex
prints manually from the by-pass tray. There is a correction for narrow-width
paper with SP2-309-5 to -17.
• You can adjust the current for paper attraction with SP2-801-1 to -65.
The back-up roller [E] makes a wider contact area between the drum [B] and the
belt. The transfer exit roller [F] is charged to 2 kV. The roller prevents the toner
from being scattered while the paper is leaving the transfer unit.
The other rollers are grounded to neutralize the belt surface.
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6.7.4 TRANSFER BELT CLEANING
[G]
[C]
[A]
[D]
[F]
[B]
[E]
G130D553.WMF
The cleaning brush [B] always contacts the transfer belt [C], and removes waste
toner from the belt. The lubricant bar [F] is on the cleaning brush. The cleaning
brush rubs against the lubricant bar and lubricates the belt surface. The cleaning
blade [D] in the cleaning unit scrapes toner and excess lubricant off the transfer
belt . Then the toner collection auger [E] transports the toner towards the waste
toner collection duct.
The scraper [G] does not let the waste toner stick to the cleaning brush.
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Detailed
Descriptions
The transfer belt-cleaning unit removes toner (during printing) and the ID sensor
patterns (during process control or automatic line position adjustment) on the belt.
Belt cleaning is completed while the transfer belt makes one rotation. The transfer
unit drive motor [A] drives the unit.
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6.7.5 TRANSFER BELT CONTACT
[A]
[B]
[C]
[D]
[E]
G130D554.WMF
Mechanism
The transfer belt contact and release mechanism increases the lifetime of the
transfer belt and drums.
The drum for black always contacts the belt. However, the transfer belt moves
away from the other drums during monochrome printing.
In the standby mode, the transfer belt contacts only the black drum. The transfer
belt moves away from the black drum when you turn the release lever
counterclockwise.
When the machine prints a color page, the machine waits until the previous page
has gone through the transfer unit. Then the transfer belt contact motor [C] turns on
and a cam [D] moves the lower end [E] of the transfer belt upward, so that it
contacts the other three drums.
The machine does not release the transfer belt from the color drums during the job,
even if a monochrome page comes again. This is because the total printing speed
reduces if the transfer belt changes position.
The belt moves away from the color drums if the job is interrupted by any error
except a power failure.
NOTE: If a power failure occurs when the transfer belt is in contact with the drum,
the belt stays in this position. To release the belt, turn the main power off
and on.
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Transfer Belt Sensor
The transfer belt sensor [A] operates as the detection sensor during machine
initialization, and also as the position sensor during machine operations.
Before machine initialization, the lower end of the transfer belt is in the home
position. When initialization starts, the transfer belt contact motor lifts the lower end
until the actuator has passed the sensor. Then it lowers it to its home position. This
action actuates the sensor in a certain pattern.
The table lists the sensor actuation patterns.
Detailed
Descriptions
Machine status
Sensor pattern
Initialization
On → Off → On→ Off → On
Standby (Default)
On
Operation
B/W printing
On
Color Printing
Off
On: The actuator is out of the sensor.
Off: The actuator is interrupting the sensor.
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6.7.6 ACS (AUTO COLOR SENSING) MODE
ACS: On
K
K
Color
K developing
K
Color
K
Color
Color Developing
ACS: Off
K
K
Color
Color
K
K
Color
Color Developing
G130D964.WMF
The machine can print in the color or monochrome mode (selected with the printer
driver). In color mode, ACS can be switched on or off with a user tool (default: on).
If ACS is on, the transfer belt stays in the default position (against the K drum only)
until a page with color data on it shows. The transfer belt then moves against all
four drums and stays there until the end of the job, even if some K only pages
appear.
If ACS is off and the color mode is selected, all data is printed with the transfer belt
positioned against all four drums. The belt does not move even if a K only page
appears, even if it is at the start of the job.
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FUSING
6.8 FUSING
6.8.1 OVERVIEW
1
2
13
3
12
4
5
6
11
7
10
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8
Heating roller thermistor
Heating roller thermostat
Heating roller
Heating roller fusing lamp
Fusing belt
Pressure roller thermo fuse
Pressure roller thermistor
G130D556.WMF
8. Pressure roller fusing lamp
9. Oil supply roller
10. Cleaning roller
11. Pressure roller
12. Hot roller
13. Tension roller
• A belt fusing system is used. This has a faster warm-up time than a conventional
hot and pressure roller system.
• The heating roller is made of aluminum to increase the temperature of the fusing
belt quickly.
• The hot roller is made of sponge, which flattens slightly, also increasing the
fusing nip. This roller does not contain a fusing lamp.
• Each of the heating and pressure rollers has a fusing lamp.
– NA: 770W for the heating roller. 350W for the pressure roller
– EU: 700W for the heating roller. 325W for the pressure roller
• The heating roller thermistor and pressure roller thermistor control the
temperature of these lamps.
• Temperature is normally controlled by turning the fusing lamps on and off. SP1104-1 is used to change between on/off control and phase control
• The oil supply roller supplies a small amount of oil to the pressure roller through
the cleaning roller. Oil does not need to be supplied to the oil supply roller
because it contains oil and the amount of oil supplied to the pressure roller is
small.
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FUSING
6.8.2 FUSING UNIT DRIVE
[A]
[B]
[C]
[D]
[G]
[F]
G130D557.WMF
[E]
Belt and Rollers
Development drive motor-K drives the pressure roller [E] and the hot roller [D]
through the gear train. The heating roller [C] is driven by the pressure with the
fusing belt [B]. The cleaning roller [G] and oil supply roller [F] are driven by the
friction with the pressure roller.
Fusing Clutch
The fusing clutch [A] turns off and cuts the drive power when the fusing unit does
not operate. This mechanism prevents wear on the belt and rollers.
NOTE: The fusing clutch turns off when images and patterns are created on the
transfer belt during process control and line position adjustment.
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FUSING
6.8.3 FUSING TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Fusing Temperatures
When the main switch turns on, the CPU turns on the fusing lamp. The lamp stays
on until the thermistor detects the standby temperature. Then the CPU raises the
temperature to the printing temperature.
The fusing temperature for each mode is as follows.
Resolution
(dpi)
Energy saver
level 1
Standby mode
Color
(simplex/duplex)
Black and white
(simplex/duplex)
Middle thick color
(simplex/duplex)
Middle thick black
and white
(simplex/duplex)
OHP
Thick
Temperature of
Heating Roller
175°C
135°C
G130: 140°C
G131: 160°C
135°C
Temperature of
Pressure Roller
G130: 105°C
G131: 110°C
150°C
130°C
G130: 130°C
G131: 145°C
130°C
160°C
145°C
140°C
G130: 155°C
G131: 175°C
140°C
135°C
G130: 140°C
G131: 150°C
135°C
175°C
150°C
145°C
155 °C
130°C
150 °C
30°C
1,200 x 1,200
1,200 x 600
600 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
1,200 x 600
600 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
1,200 x 600
600 x 600
1,200 x 1,200
1,200 x 600
600 x 600
All
All
Note
NOTE: 1)
NOTE: 1) These are temperatures for standby mode when SP1-104-025 is set to
the default setting. In addition, customers can adjust the temperatures
for standby mode with UP mode.
The heating and pressure roller temperatures for fusing are stored in SP1-105-4 to
-129.
When the machine is switched on, the fusing lamp temperatures increase to those
specified by SP1-104-25.
The print ready temperature is slightly less than the fusing temperature. The
difference is specified by SP1-105-1 and -2.
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Detailed
Descriptions
Mode
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FUSING
Temperature Corrections
The following SP modes are available to prevent excessive glossiness caused by
fusing temperature overshoot:
• 1-913: Fusing temperature is reduced after this number of pages during the
job.
• 1-914: This shows how much the temperature is reduced
If a job using OHP or thick paper starts while the fusing unit is still warm, the fusing
temperature could be higher than the target for this type of paper. This can cause
marks to show on the output. The following SP modes prevents this problem:
• 1-996-4, 5: These SPs specify a limit, above which printing will not start.
Overheat Protection
The CPU cuts power to the fusing lamp at the following times:
• The heating roller temperature becomes higher than 250°C for two seconds
or more
• The pressure roller temperature becomes higher than 210°C for five seconds
or more.
SC543 for the heating roller or SC553 for the pressure roller is displayed for these
conditions.
The following components are used if thermistor overheat protection fails.
• Two thermostats for the heating roller and two thermofuses for the pressure roller
in series with the common ground line of the fusing lamp.
• If one of the thermostat temperatures becomes higher than 234°C, it opens
and cuts power from the fusing lamp.
If the other thermostat temperatures becomes higher than 235°C, it also
opens and cuts power from the fusing lamp.
• If either of the two thermofuses temperature becomes higher than 154°C, the
thermofuse opens and cuts power from the fusing lamp.
NOTE: These thermofuses make a series circuit.
In either case, the machine stops operation.
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6.8.4 NEW FUSING UNIT DETECTION
[A]
[B]
G130D965.WMF
The new fusing unit contains a spring [A] as part of a circuit connected to the BCU.
After a new unit has been installed in the machine and the fusing pressure roller is
driven for the first time, a pin [B] on the fusing pressure roller picks off the spring
and the looped wire circuit opens.
The fusing unit's life is detected by counting the number of prints made. The
machine indicates near-end 1,250 sheets (G130) or 1,750 (G131) before the life of
the unit runs out. This timing can be changed with UP mode.
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Detailed
Descriptions
When the power is turned on or the left cover is closed, the BCU checks whether
the looped wire circuit is open or closed. If the fusing unit has just been replaced,
the circuit is still closed, and the machine detects the new unit. It then automatically
resets the counter for the unit.
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FUSING
6.8.5 ENERGY SAVER MODES
When the machine is not being used, the energy saver feature reduces power
consumption by switching off the fusing lamps. This machine has two energy saver
modes.
Level 1 Energy Saver Mode
The default of the level 1 energy saver mode is “Off.” If the user enables it, level 1
energy saver mode starts 30 seconds after the machine has completed a print. In
this mode, the fusing lamps are intermittently turned on and off to keep the heating
roller at 30°C and pressure roller at 105°C (G130) or 110°C (G131).
The machine leaves this mode when one of the following happens:
• Print command received from a PC
• Any cover opened and closed
• Any operation panel key pressed
Level 2 Energy Saver Mode
The level 2 energy saver mode starts after the machine has been idle for a certain
time. This time is specified with UP mode as listed below. During the level 2 energy
saver mode, both fusing lamps stay off.
• Off (energy saver mode never activates)
• 5 minutes
• 15 minutes
• 30 minutes
• 45 minutes
• 60 minutes (default)
When the machine is in this mode, the machine turns off +24 V, +12 V, and +5 V
lines. However, only +5 VE lines, for the controller and GAPCI (voltage monitoring
ASIC) on the BCU, are still active.
The machine leaves this energy saver mode when one of the following happens:
• Print command received from a PC
• Any operation panel key pressed
NOTE: The machine does not leave the level 2 energy saver mode when covers
are opened and closed, because the CPU on the BCU is not active.
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6.9 PAPER EXIT
6.9.1 OVERVIEW
[A]
[D]
[C]
[B]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
To standard paper tray
To external paper tray
Junction gate
Junction gate solenoid
After fusing, the junction gate feeds paper to the standard paper tray or the
external paper tray. The junction gate solenoid [D] controls the junction gate as
follows:
• To the standard paper tray: The junction gate solenoid is off (default)
• To the external paper tray: The junction gate solenoid is on.
Development drive motor-K drives the exit rollers.
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Descriptions
G130D560.WMF
G130D559.WMF
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PAPER EXIT
6.9.2 PAPER OVERFLOW DETECTION
[A]
G130D561.WMF
When the paper overflow sensor [A] is activated, the machine detects that the
paper stack height has exceeded a certain limit. At this time, printing stops.
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DUPLEX UNIT
6.10 DUPLEX UNIT
6.10.1 OVERVIEW
The duplex unit is standard for the G131 and optional for the G130.
1
2
9
8
7
6
5
4
G130D562.WMF
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Exit sensor 1
Junction gate
Duplex feed sensor
Duplex inverter sensor
Junction mylar 3
Junction mylar 2
Exit sensor 3
Junction mylar 1
Exit sensor 2
• The second page (rear side) is printed first for duplex print jobs.
• To print on the second side, the duplex inverter unit (on the side of the machine)
inverts the paper from the fusing unit and feeds it to the duplex feed unit (inside
the machine).
• The duplex feed unit feeds the inverted paper back to the paper feed section.
• When both sides have been printed, the duplex inverter unit feeds the paper out
to the finisher.
• If the mailbox or standard exit tray (on top of the machine) was selected to
receive the duplex copies, the print will not enter the duplex unit after the second
side has been printed. The junction gate inside the machine directs it upwards to
the selected tray.
• Duplex copies are not fed out to the external tray (on the left of the machine).
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Descriptions
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DUPLEX UNIT
6.10.2 DUPLEX OPERATION
Up to A4/LT (81/2" x 11") LEF
There are three sheets of paper in the paper feed path at the same time. The
interleave method is used.
Example: 8 pages. The callout [A] in the illustration shows the order of pages. The
callout [B] in the illustration shows the order of sheets of paper (shaded
indicates the second side).
[A]
2
⇒
1
4
⇒
2
6
⇒
3
1
⇒
1
8
⇒
4
3
⇒
2
5
⇒
3
7
4
[B]
G130D563.WMF
Larger than A4/LT (81/2" x 11") LEF
There are two sheets of paper in the paper feed path at the same time. The
interleave method is used.
Example: 8 pages. The callout [A] in the illustration shows the order of pages. The
callout [B] in the illustration shows the order of sheets of paper (shaded
indicates the second side).
[A]
2
1
⇒
2
4
⇒
1
1
⇒
6
⇒
3
3
⇒
2
[B]
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8
4
⇒
3
5
⇒
7
4
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6.10.3 DUPLEX INVERTER UNIT
[B]
[C]
[D]
[A]
[E]
[F]
[G]
[H]
[I]
G130D565.WMF
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Descriptions
The duplex inverter motor 1 [A] drives the following:
• Paper exit roller 1 [B]
• Paper transport roller [C]
• Paper exit roller 2 [D]
• Upper inverter roller [E].
The duplex inverter motor 2 [F] drives the following:
• Exit roller 3 [G]
• Paper exit roller 4 [H]
• Lower inverter roller [I].
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6.10.4 FEED TO EXTERNAL EXIT TRAY (NON-DUPLEX MODE)
[B]
[A]
G130D566.WMF
This shows how the machine feeds paper through the duplex unit to the external
tray [A], when duplex mode is not selected.
NOTE: The paper cannot be fed out to the external tray if duplex printing is
selected.
The junction gate [B] directs the paper from the fusing unit out to the external tray
at one of the following times:
• If thick paper or OHP mode is selected
• If the external tray is selected as the output tray with the operation panel or the
printer driver
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6.10.5 FEED TO DUPLEX FEED UNIT
[A]
[C]
[B]
G130D567.WMF
G130D568.WMF
This shows how the machine feeds paper back into the machine after side 1 is
printed.
The junction gate [A] diverts the paper from the fusing unit to the lower part of the
inverter unit. After the duplex inverter sensor [B] is activated, the machine waits
until the trailing edge has passed junction mylar 3 [C]. Then the paper is switched
back and junction mylar 3 directs the paper back into the machine for the second
side.
Detailed
Descriptions
The next page shows how the paper is fed out to the finisher after both sides are
printed.
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DUPLEX UNIT
6.10.6 FEED TO TWO-TRAY FINISHER AND BOOKLET FINISHER
With Optional One-Tray Paper Feed Unit
[B]
[D]
[A]
[D]
[C]
G130D570.WMF
G130D569.WMF
The paper is fed out to the finisher from the upper exit [A].
The junction gate [B] diverts the paper from the fusing unit to the lower part of the
inverter unit. After the duplex inverter sensor [C] is activated, the machine waits
until the trailing edge has passed junction mylar 1 [D]. Then the paper is switched
back and junction mylar 1 directs the paper out to the finisher.
With Optional LCT or Two-Tray Paper Feed Unit
[B]
[A]
[D]
[D]
[E]
[C]
G130D572.WMF
G130D571.WMF
n
The paper is fed out to the finisher from the lower exit [A].
The junction gate [B] diverts the paper from the fusing unit to the lower part of the
inverter unit. After the duplex inverter sensor [C] is activated, the machine waits
until the trailing edge has passed junction mylar 2 [D], but before it passes junction
mylar 3 [E]. Then the paper is switched back and junction mylar 2 directs the paper
out to the finisher.
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6.10.7 DUPLEX FEED UNIT
Drive
[A]
G130D573.WMF
The duplex feed motor [A] drives all paper transport rollers.
Detailed
Descriptions
Feed-in and feed-out
[A]
G130D574.WMF
The duplex feed unit feeds the paper from the duplex inverter unit to the relay roller
[A].
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PRINTER FUNCTIONS
6.11 PRINTER FUNCTIONS
6.11.1 OVERVIEW
Option
Service Use
(Option for G130)
System
Firmware
PictBridge
SD Card
RAM
(256 MB)
RAM
(64, 128 or
256 MB)
SD Slot 1
SD Slot 2
SD Slot 3
SDRAM
DIMM
SDRAM
DIMM
IDE
CPU
NVRAM
(32 kB)
2.5" HDD
(40 GB)
Local BUS
BIOS ROM
(1 MB)
ASIC
NVRAM
(96kB)
Option
PCI BUS
CONTROLLER
RAPI
PCI
PCI
BCU
USB\NIB
IEEE1394/ Wireless LAN/
Bluetooth/IEEE1284/USB Host/
GigabitEthernet
Option: Optional component for all models
Option
G130D912.WMF
The controller is based on the GW (Grand Work) architecture.
CPU: ICP LV-733 MHz
ASIC:
This is an example of ASICs GW-architecture. It uses a 133 MHz bus to interface
with the CPU and memory. ASIC controls the interface, memory, local bus,
interruption processing, PCI bus, video data, HDD, network, operation panel, host
interface, and image processing.
BIOS ROM: The 1-MB BIOS ROM is for the boot program.
SDRAM DIMM (2 slots):
The controller has 256-MB resident SDRAM. (Either 64, 128 or 256 MB for optional
SDRAM)
NVRAM:
The 32-KB NVRAM stores the engine/controller settings and logs.
Interface Option:
You can install one of the six network components (IEEE1284, IEEE1394, Wireless
LAN, Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, USB Host I/F).
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HDD:
A 40-GB HDD is standard only for the G131. The hard disk is partitioned as shown
below. You cannot change the partition sizes.
6.11.2 HARD DISK
Overview
The capacity of the hard disk is 40 GB. The controller partitions it into several
drives and allocates them for different functions. You can initialize the hard disk as
necessary ( SP5-832). The table lists the contents of the hard disk.
Font download, Form registration
Job spooling
Temporary printer data
Size
(MB)
500
1000
500
Volatile/
Nonvolatile
Nonvolatile
Volatile
Volatile
Electronic sort
5,000
Volatile
1,000 pages
20,000
Nonvolatile
9,000 pages
1,000
100
364
Nonvolatile
Nonvolatile
Nonvolatile
100 pages
Area
Use
File System 1
File System 2
File System 3
Temporary
image data
Local Storage
image data
Image stamp
Job log
Swap/log
area
Temporary printer document/
stored document
Image overlay
Job logs
Swapping, Debugging, Debugging
logs
Capacity
6,600 files
5,000 files
1,000 files
Detailed
Descriptions
Volatile: The data is lost when you turn the main switch off.
Nonvolatile: The data is not lost when you turn the main switch off.
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PRINTER FUNCTIONS
6.11.3 PRINT DATA PROCESSING
RPCS Driver
Host
ICM Engine/
ICMprofile
Profile
ICM
RGB
RPCS Driver
Matching
RCM profile
RGB
Corrected
RGB
Printer
Engine
Controller
CMYK
Gray
Correction
OR
UCR/BG
γ Correction
CMYK
Toner Limitation
CMYK
8 bits
Dithering & ROP
CMYK
1 bit
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PCL5c/PCLXL Driver
Host
Printer
Engine
Controller
(Matching by Host)
RGB
RGB 8 bits
PCL Driver
ICM Engine/
ICM profile
RGB
Decode
&
Scale
8 bits
RGB
8 bits
Color
Matching
CMY
8 bits
BG/UCR,
CMY
8 bits
• Negative γ Correction
• γ Correction
• Toner Limitation
CMY
1 bit
Dithering
&
ROP
CMYK
1 bit
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PS3 Driver
Host
ICM Engine/
ICMprofile
Profile
ICM
ColorSvn
CMYK
UCR/BG
RGB
RPCS Driver
Printer
Engine
Controller
RGB
Corrected RGB
ColorSync profile
PS3 Matching
CIE XYZ
γ Correction
CMYK
Toner Limitation
CMYK
8 bits
Dithering & ROP
CMYK
1 bit
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CMS (Color Management System)
CMS optimizes the color print quality using a color profile that is based on the
characteristics of the printer. With RPCS, the color profile is applied by the driver.
With PS3, PCL5c and PCLXL, the color profile is applied in the matching/CRD
module on the controller except when using CMM/ICC/ICM profiles.
Gray Correction
Gray correction processes gray with the K or CMYK toner depending on the driver
settings.
BG/UCR (Black Generation/Under Color Removal)
The RGB data is converted to CMYK data with BG/UCR. During CMYK conversion,
some CMY data is replaced with K data by the BG/UCR algorithm.
Gamma Correction
The printer gamma can be adjusted with controller SP mode (Gamma Adj.). For
CMYK, there are15 points between 0 and 100%. The corrected gamma data is
stored in NVRAM.
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Detailed
Descriptions
CMS is not used when the color profile setting in the printer driver is set to “Off.”
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Toner Limitation
Toner limitation prevents toner from being scattered around text or printed lines.
Maximum values have been prepared independently for text and photo. They can
be adjusted with controller SP mode (Toner Limit). If the "Text Priority" is selected
with the "4C Graphic Mode" in the UP mode, the maximum values of the photos
are the same as the values of the text.
• Default: 190% for text, 260% for photo
• Adjustable range: 100% to 400%
Dither Processing and ROP/RIP
Dither patterns have been prepared for photo and text independently. Dithering
converts 8-bit data to 1-bit or 2-bit data. However, these dither patterns create the
illusion of 256 gradations for high quality prints. The optimum dither pattern is
selected depending on the selected resolution.
RIP: Raster Image Processing
ROP: Raster Operation
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6.11.4 CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS
Sample Print
This feature was formerly known as “Proof Print.” This function gives users a
chance to check the print results before starting a multiple-set print run. Only the
first page is printed.
Hold Print
This feature has the same function as "Sample Print". The difference from "Sample
Print" is that a print job can be checked and printed with Web Image Monitor and
no page is printed to check the print result. The print job data is deleted after
printing.
Locked Print
Using this feature, the print job is stored in the machine but will not be printed until
the user inputs an ID at the machine’s operation panel. This ID must match the ID
that has been input with the printer driver.
Stored Print
• The size of the hard disk partition for these features is 20 GB.
• The partition can hold up to 100 files, including files stored using these
features.
• The partition can hold a log containing up to 30 errors, including these
features.
• The maximum number of pages is 9,000 (1,000/file), including jobs using
these features.
• Stored data is automatically deleted after it is printed (except stored print).
• Stored data can be manually deleted at the operation panel or WIM.
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Detailed
Descriptions
This feature has the same function as "Locked Print". The difference from "Locked
Print" is that a print job can be checked and printed with Web Image Monitor. The
print job data is stored after printing.
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6.11.5 JOB SPOOLING
Print data can be spooled (stored) in the machine’s HDD, and the machine starts to
print when data transfer is complete. Since the machine stores all data first before
printing, the host computer is freed up more quickly.
NOTE: 1) The supported print protocols are IPP and LPR.
2) The default setting for this feature is “off”. The user must switch it on
using UP mode to enable this feature.
• The size of the HDD partition for job spooling is 1 GB.
• The partition can hold up to 150 jobs.
Related SP Modes
Job spooling can be turned on and off using the SP mode (SP5-828-069) for each
protocol.
The machine does not spool jobs when job spooling is switched off with the SP
mode, even when the customer switches it on with the user mode.
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Paper Source Selection
Tray Priority (Auto Tray Select)
The “Tray Priority” setting
determines the start of the tray
search when the user selects “Auto
Tray Select” with the driver. The
machine searches paper trays for
the specified paper size and type.
When no tray contains paper that
matches the paper size and type
specified by the driver, the controller
stops printing until the user loads the
correct paper.
Priority Tray
Start of
Tray Search
Tray 1
Tray 2
LCT (Optional)
The “Tray Priority” setting can be
specified in the UP mode.
NOTE: The by-pass feed table is not
part of the tray search.
Tray 3 (Optional)
Tray 4 (Optional)
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Tray Locking
If “Tray Locking” is enabled for a tray, the controller skips the “locked” tray in the
tray search process.
The “Tray Locking” setting can be specified in the UP mode.
NOTE: The by-pass feed table cannot be unlocked (Tray Locking is always
enabled).
If the selected tray does not have the paper size and type specified by the driver,
the controller stops printing until the user loads the correct paper.
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Detailed
Descriptions
Manual Tray Select
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Auto Continue
Overview
When this function is enabled, the machine waits for a specified period (0, 1, 5, 10,
15 minutes) for the correct paper size and type to be set in the tray. If the timer
runs out, the machine starts printing, even if there is no paper tray which matches
the paper size and paper type specified by the driver.
The machine searches for a paper tray in the following way:
• The interval can be set with the UP mode.
NOTE: The default setting for this feature is “Off.”
Auto Tray Select
When there is no paper tray that
matches the paper size and type
specified by the driver, the machine
searches for any tray that has paper,
and prints from the first tray it finds.
The start of the tray search is the
tray selected as the priority tray.
Priority Tray
Start of
Tray Search
Tray 1
Tray 2
LCT (Optional)
Tray 3 (Optional)
Tray 4 (Optional)
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Manual Tray Select
The machine prints from the selected tray even if the paper size and type do not
match the setting specified from the driver.
If “Auto Continue” is disabled, the machine waits until the user loads the correct
paper in the tray.
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Paper Output Tray
You can select default output tray as follows: Menu > System > Output Tray. If a
print job does not specify an output tray or if the driver specifies the default tray, the
output tray selected with this UP mode will be used. If the output tray is selected
with the printer driver, this setting has priority over the default setting.
Output Tray Selected
• If the machine cannot print to the selected output tray, it prints to the default
paper output tray.
• If paper overflow is detected at the selected output tray, the controller suspend
printing.
Stapling
The optional two-tray finisher and booklet finisher can staple papers. Both finishers
support the following stapling positions:
[A]
[A]: One staple (vertical) is at the rear right
corner.
[B]: Two staples (vertical) are at the right
[B]
Paper exit
middle edge.
[C]: One staple (vertical) is at the front right
[C]
corner.
The booklet finisher supports the following
stapling position (the two-tray finisher does
not):
[E]: Two staples (vertical) are at the center.
[D]
[E]
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The table lists the number of papers that the finishers can staple.
Position
Two-tray finisher
Booklet finisher
[A][B][C][D]
[A][B][C]
[E]
Paper size
A4, B5, LT (81/2" x 11")
A3, Ledger, Legal
50 sheets
30 sheets
50 sheets
25 sheets
—
10 sheets
NOTE: For more paper sizes, see the specifications.
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Descriptions
The two-tray finisher supports the following
stapling position (the booklet finisher does
not):
[D]: One staple (slant) is at the front right
corner.
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Punching
To enable a finisher to punch out holes, you must install the optional punch unit to
it. Each punch unit needs the dedicated punch unit. Note that these punch units
are not interchangeable with each other. To make two holes on a sheet of paper,
you must install the two-hole type; to make three, the three-hole type; and to make
four, the four-hole type. The table shows which type you can install to your finisher.
Finisher model
Two holes
Three holes
Four holes
North America
N/A
Europe (excluding
North Europe)
N/A
North Europe
N/A
N/A
: Available
N/A: Not available
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6.12 PICTBRIDGE
Pictbridge lets you connect a digital still camera directly to a printer without a PC.
This lets you print directly on the spot.
You need the PictBridge module (SD card) and Enhancement USB host board
(USB Host I/F) to use this function.
PictBridge products can do the following.
1) Connect digital still cameras to the printer:
• You can connect the camera to the printer with a USB cable. You do not
have to install any software to get a direct connection regardless of the
camera maker.
2) Single image printing:
• The button controls on the camera let you immediately print an image
shown on the LCD display of the camera.
Detailed
Descriptions
3) Error message:
• An error message shows on the LCD if an error occurs during printing.
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SPECIFICATIONS
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Configuration:
Desktop
Print Process:
Dry electrostatic transfer system
Printer Languages:
RPCS (Refined Printing Command Stream),
PCL5c,
PCLXL,
Adobe PostScript 3
Resolution:
True 1200 x 1200 dpi, 1200 x 600 dpi,
600 x 600 dpi
Gradation
1 bit/pixel
Printing speed:
G130
Monochrome
Color
Resolution
600 x 600 dpi
1200 x 600 dpi
1200 x 1200 dpi
600 x 600 dpi
1200 x 600 dpi
1200 x 1200 dpi
Plain paper
32 ppm
32 ppm
17 ppm
28 ppm
28 ppm
17 ppm
Thick/OHP
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
Resolution
600 x 600 dpi
1200 x 600 dpi
1200 x 1200 dpi
600 x 600 dpi
1200 x 600 dpi
1200 x 1200 dpi
Plain paper
35 ppm
35 ppm
17 ppm
35 ppm
35 ppm
17 ppm
Thick/OHP
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
14 ppm
Monochrome
Color
Resident Fonts:
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PCL5c:
35 Intelli fonts
10 TrueType fonts
1 bitmap font
International Font (Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic)
13 fonts
Adobe PostScript 3:
136 fonts (24 Type 2 fonts, 112 Type 14 fonts)
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Host Interfaces:
USB 2.0 ................................................................Standard
Ethernet (100 Base-TX/10 Base-T) ......................Standard
Bi-directional IEEE1284 parallel x 1 .....................Optional
IEEE 1394 ............................................................Optional
IEEE 802.11b (Wireless LAN) ..............................Optional
Bluetooth (Wireless) .............................................Optional
Gigabit Ethernet ...................................................Optional
USB Host I/F ........................................................Optional
Network Protocols:
TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, AppleTalk
First Print Speed:
8 seconds or less (from tray 1)
Warm-up Time
Less than 99 seconds (at 23°C/50%)
Print Paper Capacity:
(80 g/m2, 20 lb)
Standard tray: 500 sheets x 2
By-pass tray: 100 sheets
Optional paper feed tray: 500 sheets x 1, 500 sheets x 2,
Optional LCT: 2000 sheets
Print Paper Size:
(Refer to “Supported Paper Sizes”.)
Tray 1
Tray 2
By-pass
Optional Tray
LCT
Minimum
Maximum
A4/81/2" x 11" (LEF)
A5 (LEF)/81/2" x 11"
A3/11" x 17"
90 x 148 mm
305 x 458 mm/12" x 18"
A5 (LEF)/81/2" x 11"
A3/11" x 17"
A4/81/2" x 11" (LEF)
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb.)
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb.)
60 to 163 g/m2 (16 to 43 lb.)
Printing Paper
Weight:
Standard tray:
Optional paper tray:
By-pass tray:
Output Paper
Capacity:
Standard exit tray: 500 sheets (face down)
External exit tray: 100 sheets (face up)
Memory:
Standard 256 MB, up to 512 MB with optional DIMM
Power Source:
NA:
120 V, 60 Hz: More than 12 A (G131)/
11 A (G130)
EU/ASIA: 220 V – 240 V, 50/60 Hz: More than
7.0 A (G131)/ 6.0 A (G130)
Power Consumption:
120V
Maximum
Energy Saver
G130/G131
230V
G130: 1,320 W or less G130: 1,440 W or less
G131: 1,400 W or less G131: 1,550 W or less
17 W or less
18 W or less
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Noise Emission:
(Sound Power Level)
Mainframe Only
Full System
68 dB or less
44 dB or less
40 dB or less
72 dB or less
Printing
Stand-by
Low power mode
NOTE: The above measurements were made in accordance with Ricoh
standard methodology.
G130: 575 x 678 x 745 mm (22.6" x 26.7" x 29.3")
G131: 670 x 678 x 745 mm (26.5" x 26.7" x 29.3")
Weight
G130: Less than 83.3 kg (183.3 lb.)
G131: Less than 92.5 Kg (203.5 lb)
Specifications
Dimensions (W x D x H)
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2. SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES
2.1 PAPER FEED
Paper
Size (W x L)
A3 W
A3 SEF
A4 SEF
A4 LEF
A5 SEF
A5 LEF
A6 SEF
B4 SEF
B5 SEF
B5 LEF
B6 SEF
Ledger
Letter SEF
Letter LEF
Legal SEF
Half Letter SEF
Executive SEF
Executive LEF
F SEF
Foolscap SEF
Folio SEF
12" x 18"
297 x 420 mm
210 x 297 mm
297 x 210 mm
148 x 210 mm
210 x 148 mm
105 x 148 mm
257 x 364 mm
182 x 257 mm
257 x 182 mm
128 x 182 mm
11" x 17"
8.5" x 11"
11" x 8.5"
8.5" x 14"
8K
16K SEF
16K LEF
Custom
Com10 Env.
Monarch Env.
C6 Env.
C5 Env.
DL Env.
5.5" x 8.5"
7.25" x 10.5"
10.5" x 7.25"
8" x 13"
8.5" x 13"
8.25" x 13"
267 x 390 mm
195 x 267 mm
267 x 195 mm
Minimum:
90 x 148 mm
Maximum:
305 x 458 mm
4.125" x 9.5"
3.875" x 7.5"
114 x 162 mm
162 x 229 mm
110 x 220 mm
North America
Tray
Tray 1
LCT
2/3/4
Europe/Asia
Tray
Tray 1
LCT
2/3/4
By-pass
Tray
N
N
N
Y*
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y#/Y*
Y
N
Y
N
Y#/Y*
Y#/Y*
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y#
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
N
N
Y*
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y*
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y#/Y*
Y
N
Y
Y#/Y*
Y
Y#/Y*
N
Y#
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y*
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y#
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Remarks:
Y
Y#
Y*
N
G130/G131
Supported: the sensor detects the paper size.
Supported: the user specifies the paper size.
Supported: depends on a technician adjustment
Not supported
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2.2 PAPER EXIT
Paper
Size (W x L)
A3 W
A3 SEF
A4 SEF
A4 LEF
A5 SEF
A5 LEF
A6 SEF
B4 SEF
B5 SEF
B5 LEF
B6 SEF
Ledger
Letter SEF
Letter LEF
Legal SEF
Half Letter SEF
Executive SEF
Executive LEF
F SEF
Foolscap SEF
Folio SEF
12" x 18"
297 x 420 mm
210 x 297 mm
297 x 210 mm
148 x 210 mm
210 x 148 mm
105 x 148 mm
257 x 364 mm
182 x 257 mm
257 x 182 mm
128 x 182 mm
11" x 17"
8.5" x 11"
11" x 8.5"
8.5" x 14"
8K
16K SEF
16K LEF
Custom
Com10 Env.
Monarch Env.
C6 Env.
C5 Env.
DL Env.
5.5" x 8.5"
7.25" x 10.5"
10.5" x 7.25"
8" x 13"
8.5" x 13"
8.25" x 13"
267 x 390 mm
195 x 267 mm
267 x 195 mm
Minimum:
90 x 148 mm
Maximum:
305 x 458 mm
4.125" x 9.5"
3.875" x 7.5"
114 x 162 mm
162 x 229 mm
110 x 220 mm
Internal Tray
(Face Down)
External Tray
(Face Up)
Finisher
Duplex
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Remarks:
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Supported
Not supported
Specifications
Y
N
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3. SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES
The printer drivers and utility software are provided on one CD-ROM. An auto-run
installer allows you to select which components to install.
3.1 PRINTER DRIVERS
Printer
Language
PCL 5c
PS3
RPCS
PCLXL
Windows
95/98/ME
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
NT4.0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
2000
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
XP/2003
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Macintosh
OS 8/9
No
Yes
No
No
Macintosh
OS X
No
Yes
No
No
NOTE: 1) The printer drivers for Windows NT 4.0 are only for the Intel x86
platform. There is no Windows NT 4.0 printer driver for the PowerPC,
Alpha, or MIPS platforms.
2) The PS3 drivers are all genuine AdobePS drivers, except for Windows
2000 and XP/2003, which uses Microsoft PS. A PPD file for each
operating system is provided with the driver.
3) The PS3 driver for Macintosh supports Mac OS 8.6 or later versions.
3.2 UTILITY SOFTWARE
Software
Agfa Font Manager 2000
(Win95/98/ME, 2000/XP,
NT4)
SmartDeviceMonitor for
Admin
(Win95/98/ME,
2000/XP/2003, NT4)
SmartDeviceMonitor for
Client
(Win95/98/ME,
2000/XP/2003, NT4)
PS Utility for Mac
(Mac)
IEEE1394 Utility
(Win2000/XP/2003)
USB support
(Win 95/98/Me)
DeskTopBinder V2 Lite
(Win95/98/ME, 2000/XP,
NT4)
G130/G131
Description
A font management utility with screen fonts for the printer.
A printer management utility for network administrators. NIB
setup utilities are also available.
• A printer management utility for client users.
• A utility for peer-to-peer printing over a NetBEUI or TCP/IP
network.
• A peer to peer print utility over a TCP/IP network. This
provides the parallel printing and recovery printing features.
This software provides several convenient functions for printing
from Macintosh clients.
This utility removes IEEE1394 driver from Windows
2000/XP/2003.
This is a USB device setup utility for Win 95/98/Me.
DeskTopBinder V2 Lite itself can be used as personal document
management software and can manage both image data
converted from paper documents and application files saved in
each client’s PC.
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4. MACHINE CONFIGURATION
[B]
[A]
[C]
[D]
[E]
G130V501.WMF
[H]
[G]
Machine
Code
G130
Unit
Printer*
Two-Tray Finisher
B599
Punch Unit (for G565)
B377
Booklet Finisher
B602
Punch Unit (for B602)
Paper Feed Unit (500 x 1)*
Paper Feed Unit (500 x 2)*
LCT*
Duplex Unit (Inverter Unit)*
Duplex Unit (Feed Unit)*
B647
G567
G568
G569
Diagram
Remarks
B
F
A
E
H
G
D
C
G382
• Requires  the HDD or 64 MB
DIMM memory,  the duplex
unit, and ‘ a paper feed unit or
the LCT.
• You cannot install the two-tray
finisher and the booklet finisher
on the same machine.
Requires the two-tray finisher.
• Requires  the HDD or 64 MB
DIMM memory,  the duplex
unit and ‘ a paper feed unit or
the LCT.
• You cannot install the two-tray
finisher and the booklet finisher
on the same machine.
Requires the booklet finisher.
You can install one of these three
Standard only for G131
* The user can install the unit.
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Specifications
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[A]
[B]
[G]
[C]
[H]
[D]
[E]
[I]
[F]
[J]
G130V502.WMF
Controller
Unit
Printer Application Program
Gigabit Ethernet
USB Host I/F
IEEE 1394
IEEE 1284
IEEE 802.11b
Bluetooth
64 MB DIMM Memory
128 MB DIMM Memory
256 MB DIMM Memory
NVRAM Memory
HDD
PictBridge
Font SD card
M'Code
—
G381
G819
B581
B679
B813
G377
G330
G331
G332
G395
G381
G814
G811
Diagram
Remarks
G260
G261-17
G259
G261-57
G767
G260
G776
Includes CMY PCUs.
Includes CMY development units.
Includes the fusing unit.
Includes K development unit and dust filter.
Includes the used toner bottle.
Includes the K PCU.
Includes the feed rollers.
[A]
[B]
[C]
[D]
[E]
[F]
[G]
[H]
[I]
[J]
Standard only for G131
Requires USB Host I/F
Others
Maintenance Kit A
Maintenance Kit B
Maintenance Kit C
Maintenance Kit D
Maintenance Kit E
Maintenance Kit F
Maintenance Kit H
G130/G131
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SPECIFICATIONS
5. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
5.1 500-SHEET TRAY
Paper Size:
Paper Weight:
Tray Capacity:
Paper Feed System:
Paper Height Detection:
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Dimensions (W x D x H):
Weight
Maximum: A3/11" x 17" (SEF)
Minimum: A5 (LEF)/81/2" x 11"
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb.)
500 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb.)
FRR system
3 steps (100%, 50%, Near End)
DC 24V, 5V (from the main unit)
50 W
540 x 600 x 172 mm (21.3" x 23.7" x 6.8")
18 kg (39.7 lb.)
5.2 1000-SHEET TRAY
Paper Size:
Paper Weight:
Tray Capacity:
Paper Feed System:
Paper Height Detection:
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Dimensions (W x D x H):
Weight
Maximum: A3/11" x 17" (SEF)
Minimum: A5 (LEF)/81/2" x 11"
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb.)
500 sheets x 2 (80 g/m2, 20 lb.)
FRR system
3 steps (100%, 50%, Near End)
DC 24V, 5V (from the main unit)
50 W
540 x 600 x 270 mm (21.3" x 23.7" x 10.7")
25 kg (55.2 lb.)
5.3 2000-SHEET LARGE CAPACITY TRAY
SM
A4/81/2" x 11" (LEF)
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb.)
2000 sheets (80 g/m2, 20 lb.)
FRR system
5 steps (100%, 75%, 50%, 25%, Near End)
DC 24V, 5V (from the main unit)
30 W
540 x 600 x 270 mm (21.3" x 23.7" x 10.7")
25 kg (55.2 lb.)
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Specifications
Paper Size:
Paper Weight:
Tray Capacity:
Paper Feed System:
Paper Height Detection:
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Dimensions (W x D x H):
Weight
G130/G131
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SPECIFICATIONS
5.4 TWO-TRAY FINISHER & PUNCH UNIT
Print Paper Size:
No punch mode:
A3/11" x 17" to A5 (LEF)/81/2" x 11"
Punch mode:
2 holes: A3/11" x 17" to A4/81/2" x 11" (SEF)
A4/81/2" x 11" to A5 (LEF)
3 holes: A3, B4, 11" x 17" (SEF)
A4, B5, 81/2" x 11" (LEF)
4 holes (Europe): A3, B4, 11" x 17" (SEF)
A4, B5, 81/2" x 11" (LEF)
4 holes (North Europe): A3, B4, 11" x 17" (SEF)
A4, B5, 81/2" x 11" (LEF)
Staple mode:
A3/11" x 17" to B5/81/2" x 11"
Paper Weight:
No punch mode:
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb.)
Punch mode:
60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb.)
Staple mode:
64 to 90 g/m2 (17 to 23 lb.)
Label/Thick paper/OHP cannot be stapled
Tray Capacity:
Upper tray:
500 sheets: A4, 81/2" x 11" , B5, A5 (LEF)
250 sheets: 11" x 17", A3, 81/2" x 14", B4
Lower tray (default mode – stapled output only goes to
tray 2):
2000 sheets: A4, 81/2" x 11" (LEF)
750 sheets: A3, B4, A4, B5, 81/2" x 14", 11" x 17",
81/2" x 11" (SEF)
500 sheets: A5 (LEF)
Lower tray (multi-tray staple mode – stapled output can
go to either tray):
1500 sheets: A4, 81/2" x 11" (LEF)
750 sheets: A3, B4, A4, B5, 81/2" x 14", 11" x 17",
81/2" x 11" (SEF)
500 sheets: A5 (LEF)
Staple capacity:
Single size:
50 sheets: A4, 81/2" x 11" , B5
30 sheets: A3, B4, 81/2" x 14", 11" x 17"
Mixed size:
30 sheets: A4 (LEF) & A3, B5 (LEF) & B4,
81/2" x 11" (LEF) & 11" x 17"
Staple position:
7 positions
1-staple: 4 positions (Top Left, Top Right,
Top Left-Oblique, Top Right-Oblique)
2-staples: 3 positions (Left, Top, Right)
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SPECIFICATIONS
Staple replenishment:
Cartridge (5000 staples)
Power consumption:
60 W
Dimensions (W x D x H):
680 x 620 x 1030 mm (26.8" x 24.4" x 40.6")
Weight
Without punch unit:
53 kg (116.9 lb.)
With punch unit:
55 Kg (121.3 lb.)
5.5 BOOKLET FINISHER
Paper Size:
A3, A4, B4, B5, DLT, LG, LT
Booklet Paper Size:
A3, B4, A4 SEF, DLT, LG, LT SEF
Paper Weight:
Stack/Sort mode:
60 to 128 g/m2 (16 to 34 lb.)
Staple mode:
64 to 90 g/m2 (17 to 24 lb.)
Booklet mode:
64 to 80 g/m2 (17 to 21 lb.)
Tray Capacity:
1,000 sheets:
500 sheets:
Booklet Tray Capacity:
2 to 5 sheets/booklet: 20
6 to 10 sheets/booklet: 10
Staple capacity:
A4, B5, LT:
50 sheets
A3, B4, DLT, LG: 25 sheets
Booklet capacity:
10 sheets
Staple position:
3 positions (excluding booklet mode)
1-staple: 2 positions (Top right, Top left)
2-staples: 1 positions (Left)
Staple replenishment:
Cartridge (5000 staples)
Specifications
A4, LT, B5
A3, B4, DLT, LG
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G130/G131
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