Canon ColorPASS-Z40e Technical information

ColorPASS-Z40e/Z20e
PS-NX40W/20W
REVISION 0
AUG.2000
FY8-13GW-000
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1 Symbols Used
This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information:
Symbol
Description
Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution,
or Warning.
Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks.
Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire).
Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.
Indicates an item requiring disconnection of the power plug from the electric
outlet.
Memo
REF.
Indicates an item intended to provide notes assisting the understanding of the
topic in question.
Indicates an item of reference assisting the understanding of the topic in question.
Provides a description of a service mode.
Provides a description of the nature of an error indication.
Refers to the Copier Basics Series for a better understanding of the contents.
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2 Outline of the Sevice Manual
This Service Manual provides basic facts and figures needed in the field when servicing
the ColorPASS/PS-NX, and consists of the following chapters:
Chapter 1 Introduction introduces the ColorPASS/PS-NX’s features and provides an
outline of operation.
Chapter 2 Preparing for Installation discusses things to do before stating the installation work.
Chapter 3 nstallation shows how to install the ColorPASS/PS-NX, and provides an
outline of its control panel.
Chapter 4 Disassembly/Assembly shows how to disassemble and assemble the
ColorPASS/PS-NX.
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting provides tables of typical problems and actions to take
with a list of error messages.
Chapter 6 Parts Catalog contains diagrams of parts and parts names.
Appendix contains a table of specifications and a list of tools.
In addition to this manual, the ColorPASS/PS-NX comes with the Getting Started, Job
Management Guide, Printing Guide, Configuration Guide, Color Guide for use by the user.
All service persons are encouraged to read these documents at least once to find out how the
ColorPASS/PS-NX may be set up by making various optional settings.
The ColorPASS/PS-NX is a maintenance-/inspection-free product.
The description in this Service Manual are subject to change without notice for product
improvement or other reasons, and major changes will be communicated in the form of Service Information bulletins.
All service persons are expected to have a good understanding of the contents of this Service Manual and all relevant Service Information bulletins and be able to identify and isolate
faults in the machine.
The following are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective entities:
EFI and Fiery is a registered trademark of Electronics for Imaging, Inc.
PostScript is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) is a registered trademark of Altsys Corporation.
Apple, AppleTalk, EtherTalk, TrueType, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of
Apple Computer, Inc.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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NetWare, Novell, and Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) are registered trademarks of
Novell, Inc.
Pentium, Celeron are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
UNIX is a registered trademark of System Laboratories.
All brand names and product names used in this Service Manual are trademarks, registered trademarks, or trade names of their respective holders.
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Terminology and conventions
The term “ColorPASS” is used throughout this manual to refer to the ColorPASS-Z40e/
Z20e and PS-NX40W/20W.
The term “ColorPASS” is used in this manual to refer to the ColorPASS-Z40 Color
Server.
The term “Network administrator” refers to the person responsible for maintaining the
network at the customer site.
The term “Control Panel” refers to the area on the top of the ColorPASS including the
green/red activity light, the display window (LCD-liquid crystal display), and the buttons on
the sides of the display window.
The term “System software” refers to the software installed on the ColorPASS hard disk
drive.
References to other ColorPASS manuals, such as the Configuration Guide, are displayed
in italics.
Precautions
Always observe the following general precautions when installing and servicing the
ColorPASS:
1. Never alter an existing network without permission.
The ColorPASS will probably be connected to an existing Local Area Network (LAN)
based on Ethernet or Token Ring hardware. The network is the link between the
customer’s computer, existing laser printers, and other prepress equipment. Never disturb the LAN by breaking or making a network connection, altering termination, installing or removing networking hardware or software, or shutting down networked devices
without the knowledge and express permission of the system or network administrator
or the shop supervisor.
2. Never enter an IP address in ColorPASS Network Setup.
Only the network administrator should enter an IP address on a network device.
Assigning the ColorPASS an incorrect IP address may cause unpredictable errors on any
or all devices connected to the network.
3. Always disconnect power before openig the ColorPASS.
4. Handle the ColorPASS Control Panel display window with care.
The ColorPASS display window is made of glass. If the glass breaks and the liquid crystal inside leaks out, avoid contact with it. If you do come in contact with the liquid crystal, wash it off with soap and water immediately.
5. Avoid pressing the surface of the display window.
Applying pressure to the display window will cause it to change color.
6. Use a soft cloth moistened with isopropyl or ethyl alcohol to clean the surface of the
ColorPASS display window.
Other solvents, such as water, may damage the polarizer on the display window.
7. Use care when handling parts of the ColorPASS as some edges on the unit may be
sharp.
For example, be careful when:
• Plugging in cables at the back of the unit
• Using the power switch to power on/off the unit
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8. Follow standard ESD (electrostatic discharge) precautions while working on the internal
components of the ColorPASS.
Static is always a concern when servicing electronic devices. It is highly unlikely that
the area around the copier and the ColorPASS is static-free. Carpeting, leather-soled
shoes, synthetic clothing fibers, silks, and plastics may generate a static charge of more
than 10,000 volts. Static discharge is capable of destroying the circuits etched in silicon
microchips, or dramatically shortening their life span. By observing standard precautions, you may avoid extra service calls and save the cost of a new board.
When possible, work on a ground-connected antistatic mat. Wear an antistatic grounding
strap, grounded at the same place as the antistatic mat. If that is not possible:
• Attach a grounding strap to your wrist. Attach the other end to a good ground.
• When you unpack the ColorPASS from the carton for the first time, touch a metal
area of the copier to discharge the static on your body.
• Before you remove the ColorPASS side panel and before you handle internal components, touch a metal part of the ColorPASS.
• Leave new electronic components inside their antistatic bags until you are ready to
install them. When you remove components from an antistatic bag, place them on a
grounded antistatic surface, component-side up.
• When you remove an electronic component, place it into an antistatic bag immediately. Do not walk across a carpet or vinyl floor while carrying an unprotected board.
9. Handle printed circuit boards by their edges only, but avoid touching the contacts on the
edge of the board.
10. Never set a cup of coffee-or any liquid-on or near the ColorPASS or the copier.
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CONTENTS
Contents
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1 Features ............................................... 1-1
2 Outline of Operation ........................... 1-2
2.1 Outline ....................................... 1-2
2.2 Operation ................................... 1-2
2.3 Print Options .............................. 1-3
3 User Software ..................................... 1-4
CHAPTER 2 PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION
1 Outline ................................................ 2-1
2 Checking the Customer Site ............... 2-3
2.1 Copier Model ............................. 2-3
2.2 Power ......................................... 2-5
2.3 Network ..................................... 2-5
2.4 System Contact Person .............. 2-5
2.5 Setting Customer
Expectations ............................... 2-5
3 Unpacking the ColorPASS ................. 2-7
3.1 To Unpack the ColorPASS ......... 2-7
3.2 ColorPASS Panels ...................... 2-9
4 Installing the ColorPASS on
the copier .......................................... 2-10
CHAPTER 3 INSTALLATION
1 Installation .......................................... 3-1
1.1 Preliminary Checkout ................ 3-1
1.1.1 To Connect Power and Start
the ColorPASS ..................... 3-1
1.2 Connecting to the Copier ........... 3-3
1.2.1 To Connect the ColorPASS
To the Copier ....................... 3-3
1.3 Verifying the Connection ........... 3-4
1.3.1 Printing the ColorPASS
Test Page .............................. 3-4
1.3.2 Checking Scanning
and Printing ......................... 3-5
1.4 Installing Additional Options ..... 3-6
1.5 Connecting to the Network ........ 3-6
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1.5.1
To Connect a Twisted Pair
Cable to the ColorPASS ...... 3-7
2 Control Panel ...................................... 3-8
2.1 Using the Control Panel ............. 3-8
2.1.1 Activity Light ...................... 3-9
2.1.2 Buttons ................................. 3-9
2.2 Control Panel Screens
and Icons .................................. 3-10
2.3 Functions Menu ....................... 3-12
3 Shutting Down and Restarting
the ColorPASS .................................. 3-14
3.1 To Shut Down
the ColorPASS ......................... 3-14
3.2 To Restart the ColorPASS ........ 3-14
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CHAPTER 4 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1 Points to Note ..................................... 4-1
1.1 General Cautions ........................ 4-1
1.2 Shut Down the ColorPASS ........ 4-1
1.3 Handling the Parts ...................... 4-1
2 Before Disassembling the Unit ........... 4-2
2.1 Overview .................................... 4-2
2.2 System Software Service ........... 4-2
2.3 Accessing ColorPASS Internal
Components ............................... 4-4
2.3.1 Shutting Down and
Restarting the ColorPASS .... 4-4
3 Externals .............................................. 4-5
3.1 To open the ColorPASS ............. 4-5
4 Checking ColorPASS Internal
Connections ........................................ 4-7
4.1 To Check Board and Cable
Connections ............................... 4-7
4.2 To Check Motherboard
DIMM Connections ................... 4-9
4.3 Restoring ColorPASS
Functionality After Service ....... 4-10
4.3.1 To Reassemble the
ColorPASS ......................... 4-10
5 Electrical Parts .................................. 4-12
5.1 Outline ..................................... 4-12
5.2 SCSI Board .............................. 4-12
5.2.1 To Remove the SCSI
Board ................................. 4-12
5.2.2 To Replace the SCSI
Board ................................. 4-13
5.3 Video Board ............................. 4-14
5.3.1 To Remove the Video
Board ................................. 4-14
5.3.2 To Replace the Video
Board ................................. 4-15
5.4 UIB Board ................................ 4-16
5.4.1 To Remove the UIB
Board ................................. 4-16
5.4.2 To Replace the UIB
Board ................................. 4-16
5.5 Ethernet board .......................... 4-17
5.5.1 To Remove the Ethernet
Board ................................. 4-17
5.5.2 To Replace the Ethernet
Board ................................. 4-17
5.6 Motherboard ............................ 4-18
5.6.1 Removing the ColorPASS
motherboard ....................... 4-18
5.6.2 Replacing the mother
board .................................. 4-20
5.7 Replacing Parts on the Mother
board ........................................ 4-22
5.7.1 DIMMs .............................. 4-22
5.7.2 Motherboard CPU ............. 4-24
5.7.3 BIOS Chip ......................... 4-25
5.7.4 Motherboard battery .......... 4-25
5.7.5 Motherboard jumpers ........ 4-27
5.8 Fans .......................................... 4-28
5.8.1 Back panel fans .................. 4-28
5.8.2 CPU Fan ............................ 4-30
5.9 Power Supply ........................... 4-31
5.9.1 Checking Voltages ............. 4-31
5.9.2 Removing and replacing
the power supply ................ 4-32
5.10 Hard Disk Drive ....................... 4-34
5.10.1 To Remove the Hdd ........... 4-35
5.10.2 To Replace the Hdd ............ 4-36
6 ColorPASS System
Software Service ............................... 4-37
6.1 Retrieving Backup System
Software ................................... 4-38
6.1.1 To Restore Backup
System Software ................ 4-38
6.2 Installing system software
from a CD ................................ 4-40
6.2.1 To Install ColorPASS
System Software ................ 4-40
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CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING
1 Preliminary On-site Checkout ............ 5-1
1.1 The Troubleshooting Process ..... 5-1
1.2 Where Problems Occur .............. 5-2
1.3 Before You go to the
Customer Site ............................. 5-4
1.4 Preliminary on-site Checkout .... 5-5
1.4.1 Checking Interface Cables ... 5-5
1.4.2 Checking Internal
Components ......................... 5-6
2 Checking the ColorPASS as a
Stand-alone Unit ................................. 5-8
2.1 To Isolate the ColorPASS .......... 5-8
2.2 Errors and Beep Codes during
Startup Diagnostics .................... 5-8
2.3 General ColorPASS system
error conditions ........................ 5-11
3 Checking the Entire ColorPASS
System .............................................. 5-13
3.1 Checking the Copier
Interface ................................... 5-13
3.1.1 Printing the ColorPASS
Test Page ............................ 5-13
3.1.2 Checking Scanning and
Printing .............................. 5-14
3.2 Checking Network
Connections ............................. 5-15
3.3 Printing to the ColorPASS ....... 5-15
CHAPTER 6 PARTS CATALOG
APPENDIX
1 Specifications ..................................... A-1
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2 Special Tools ...................................... A-2
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1 Features
The ColorPASS Color Server adds computer connectivity and highly efficient Adobe
PostScript 3 color printing capability to color copiers. It is optimized for high-speed network communications, processing, rasterization, and printing of continuous tone color and
monochrome pages.
The ColorPASS, as an integral part of a color printing system, enables users to:
• Send images over AppleTalk, TCP/IP, and Novell networks to print on ColorPASS supported devices.
• Spool print jobs and select a printing priority for each job. Users can control spooled
print jobs sent to the ColorPASS with remote user software running on networked PC
and Mac OS computers.
• Print files in color, grayscale, and black and white.
• Use the copier as a high-resolution color scanner with Fiery Scan software.
• Use 136 resident PostScript fonts (126 Adobe Type 1 PostScript, and 10 TrueType),
plus two Adobe Multiple Master fonts used for font substitution when printing PDF
files. Fiery Downloader or any third-party LaserWriter downloader, such as the Adobe
Font Downloader, can be used to download additional fonts.
• Use built-in ColorWise™ color management and NetWise™ network features.
ColorPASS
Copier
Networked computers
or workstations
F01-100-01 ColorPASS printing system
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2 Outline of Operation
2.1 Outline
The ColorPASS enables the customer to use a color copier as a printer and scanner. Users
can print to the ColorPASS from networked PCs running Microsoft Windows, from networked Mac OS computers, and from networked UNIX workstations running TCP/IP.
2.2 Operation
The ColorPASS custom-designed boards and system software are responsible for efficient
image processing and printing controls. The main functions of ColorPASS components and
software are described below.
The ColorPASS uses specialized circuit boards, the motherboard and the video board, to
process image data for printing and scanning images.
The motherboard includes a 433MHz CPU chip which controls the image data transfer to
and from the video board and runs the interpreter. The interpreter rasterizes the page description file and then compresses the image pattern into memory using compression technology.
The interpreter outputs compressed raster data through the image frame buffer memory to
the ColorPASS video board. The video board decompresses the image data and sends it to
the copier through the copier interface cable. The raster data supplied to the laser in the
copier charges the drum and renders the final image on paper at full copier engine speed.
High-speed DIMMs (dual in-line memory modules) on the motherboard hold the image
data during printing. The ColorPASS is configured with 128MB of memory.
When Fiery Scan™ uses the copier as a scanner, the ColorPASS acquires RGB (red,
green, and blue) image data from the copier, stores it in memory, and transmits it to the
computer that requested the scan.
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External Devices
ColorPASS
Copier
Motherboard
Networked
computers
SCSI
CD-ROM
drive
Ethernet
board
SCSI board
Network
interface
Video
board
I/O Control
Copier
UIB board
BIOS
CPU
Operation
panel board
PCI/
Memory
Controller
HDD
IDE
interface
Memory
and
interpreter
+3.3/+5/±12V DC
PCI Bus
Power supply
AC power
F01-202-01 ColorPASS functional diagram
2.3 Print Options
The ColorPASS’s efficient capabilities allow users to use a variety of applications to create and print pages of text and/or images.
Printing over a network allows ColorPASS users to print documents directly from applications in which they were created. In addition, the ColorPASS offers an efficient way to
print files that have been saved in PostScript, EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), or PDF (Portable Document Format). These files can be downloaded directly to the ColorPASS using
Fiery Downloader ™, one of the remote utilities for use with the ColorPASS.
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3 User Software
The full set of ColorPASS user software is provided on the User Software CD.
Adobe PS Printer Driver
PostScript Printer
Description files (PPDs)
PostScript Screen Fonts
(Mac OS only)
Fiery Downloader
Fiery Spooler
(Mac OS only)
ColorWise Pro Tools
Fiery Scan
Fiery Link
Command WorkStation
software
Color management files
Color reference files
Fiery WebTools
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Enables users to print to the ColorPASS from Windows 95/98, Windows
NT 4.0, and Mac OS computers; also supports special ColorPASS and
PostScript 3 features.Windows 2000 users should use the Microsoft
PostScript Printer Driver provided with Windows 2000.
For use with the PostScript printer driver that allows the ColorPASS to
appear in popular applications’ Print and Page Setup dialog boxes. The
ColorPASS PPDs provide information about the ColorPASS and the
user’s particular copier model to the application and printer driver being
used.
PostScript screen and printer screen fonts for the 136 PostScript printer
fonts installed on the ColorPASS (126 Adobe Type 1 and 10 TrueType).
See the Printing Guide for a complete list of PostScript fonts installed on
the ColorPASS.
Enables users to print PostScript files, Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)
files, and Portable Document Format (PDF) files directly to the
ColorPASS without opening the application in which they were created.
Fiery Downloader also enables users to manage the printer fonts installed
on the ColorPASS.
Enables users to view the order and priority of print jobs, customize
printer settings for jobs, delete jobs, and move jobs between queues. It
can also be used to view job accounting information.
ICC-open color management and calibration tools; enables users to edit
and download ICC profiles.
Plug-in modules for Photoshop that enable users to scan images from the
copier directly into applications.
Enables users to monitor the status of the connected ColorPASS and the
print jobs sent to it.
Enables the operator to control the ColorPASS functions from Windows
95/98, Windows NT 4.0 workstations, Windows 2000.
To use the Command WorkStation, see the Job Management Guide.
ColorSync and ICM color management files that enable users to maintain
consistent color from the original artwork to the colors displayed on the
monitor to the printed output.
Reference pages that users can print to view the range of colors available
on the ColorPASS. For the most predictable color results, refer to these
pages when defining colors in applications. For more information on
color management, see the Color Guide.
The ColorPASS can support Internet or intranet access with Fiery
WebTools. WebTools include Status, WebSpooler, WebLink, Installer, and
WebSetup. For more information about WebTools, see the user documentation.
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PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION
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1 Outline
This chapter includes the following information:
• Summary of the installation sequence
• Checking the customer site
• Unpacking the ColorPASS
• ColorPASS top and back panels overview
Familiarize yourself with Chapters 2 and 3 of this guide before you attempt an installation. The installation sequence described in this chapter is designed to make your job as
easy as possible. Installation problems are easier to avoid and diagnose if you proceed from
the component to the system level and verify functionality at each stage.
F02-100-01 on page 2-2 outlines the recommended installation procedure for connecting
the ColorPASS to the copier.
Because the ColorPASS is a node on the customer’s computer network, make sure that
you coordinate your scheduled installation with the network administrator at the customer
site. Refer the network administrator to the Configuration Guide for network setup information.
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Copier
ColorPASS
Check installation
requirements and verify
site conditions; page 2-3
Unpack the ColorPASS,
page 2-6
Initial startup; page 3-1
Connect copier interface cable; page 3-3
Print a ColorPASS Test Page; page 3-4
Perform Test Scan/print; page 3-5
Mac OS
computers
PC
UNIX
computers workstations
Verify network operation without
the ColorPASS connected.
Network administrator connects the ColorPASS
to the network and verifies the connection;
see page 3-8 and the Configuration Guide
Network administrator configures Setup
options; see the Configuration Guide
Network administrator installs ColorPASS
user software on networked computers that
print to the ColorPASS; see Getting Started
Full ColorPASS functionality
F02-100-01 Recommended installation steps and references
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2 Checking the Customer Site
Before you install the ColorPASS, check site conditions and inform the customer of any
installation requirements.
2.1 Copier Model
■ What copier model is installed?
■ Is there space near the copier for the ColorPASS?
Allow at least 20cm of space at the back panel of the ColorPASS and at least 10cm of
space at the side panel of the ColorPASS (see the following illustration.) You may need
to move the copier out from the wall for easier access to the connectors.
20cm min
10cm min
ColorPASS
F02-201-01
■ Does the copier require service or adjustments?
Copy the copier color test page before you install the ColorPASS.
If the copied image indicates that the copier needs adjustment, inform the customer.
After getting approval, complete the copier service needed.
a. CLC1100 series
■ Has the correct board (IP-ED BOARD-B1 or INTERFACE BOARD-D1) been installed
in the copier?
Contact your authorized representative for more information.
■ Is the service mode COPIER>OPTION>INT-FACE>REMOTE set to 2?
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b. CLC700/800/900
1) If a toggle switch is found on the image processor ED PCB of the CLC700/800/900 Series, set the switch to the left. If no toggle switch is found, you may skip the setting.
2) Set the following in user mode I/F switching.
Copier
User mode setting
I/F switching
Before step 2
A
After step 3
C
CLC700/800
CLC700/800/900
T02-201-01
3) Select settings for service mode. (For details, see the copier’ Service Manual.)
a. ADJUST PASCAL-MD
Specify whether the gradation should be smoothed for output form the ColorPASS:
0: Do not change
1: Do not use
2: Smooth gradation. (However, copying speed will be lower by 0.5 sec.)
b. OPTION REMOTE
Set it to suit the preference of the user.
c. OPTION IPU-TYPE
Set it to ‘00’.
d. OPTION FIL-TYPE
Set it to ‘01’.
Toggle switch
F02-201-02
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2.2 Power
■ Is there a dedicated grounded electrical outlet near the copier for the ColorPASS?
Locate the grounded electrical outlet that will supply power to the ColorPASS. You
should not run the ColorPASS and the copier on the same circuit. Use a surge suppressor for the ColorPASS.
• Do not use a 3-prong adapter in a 2-hole ungrounded outlet.
• Do not use an extension cord.
• Do not plug the ColorPASS into a circuit with heating or refrigeration equipment (including water coolers).
• Do not plug the ColorPASS into a switchable wall outlet. This can result in the
ColorPASS being turned off accidentally.
2.3 Network
■ What is the network cable and connection type?
■ Is the network connection ready and tested for ColorPASS installation?
To verify that the network is functioning before you attach the ColorPASS:
• Ask the network administrator to print a document on a shared printer over the network.
• Ask the network administrator to verify the computer and network requirements as
specified in Getting Started.
2.4 System Contact Person
■ Will the person responsible for the computers and the network be available at the time
set for installation? Get a name as a contact.
2.5 Setting Customer Expectations
If the site is ready, installation takes about one hour. The customer should be informed of
the following:
• Some nodes on the network may be unavailable for up to one hour.
• The copier may be unavailable for up to one hour.
• The network administrator needs to be available during the installation for network
connectivity.
Equipment downtime and impact on the network can be minimized if the network administrator installs a network connector for the ColorPASS and confirms network
functionality with the connector in place before the date scheduled for the ColorPASS
installation.
• The network administrator should have a networked computer available during the
installation. The appropriate software should already be installed. Documentation for
the networked computer and the network operating software should be available.
• The network administrator should install the user software shipped with the
ColorPASS (user documentation is also included) onto networked PC and Mac OS
computers that will print to the ColorPASS.
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Memo
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This guide covers ColorPASS hardware installation and service. It provides
general information on connecting the ColorPASS to the customer’s network. Network setup and configuration information goes beyond the scope
of this guide. For network setup and configuration information, the network
administrator should use the Configuration Guide.
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3 Unpacking the ColorPASS
The ColorPASS is assembled and shipped from the factory in a box that includes all necessary cables and documentation, as shown in F02-301-01 on page 2-7.
3.1 To Unpack the ColorPASS
1. Open the ColorPASS Color Server box and remove the packing material.
Save the original boxes and packing materials. If you need to transport the ColorPASS
at a later date, the original box and packing material will ensure safe shipment.
2. Remove the contents from the top container. Inspect the contents for visible damage.
The top container should include the following items:
• Bags containing a copier interface cable and an AC power cable.
• Media package (includes a package of user documentation and software).
3. Give the media package to the customer or the network administrator.
Let the customer or network administrator know that in order to take full advantage of
the ColorPASS, the user software must be installed on computers that will print to the
ColorPASS.
4. Set aside the remaining components from the top container.
5. Remove the top container and any packing materials.
Set aside the packing material and note the orientation of the ColorPASS inside the shipping container in case you need to repack it later.
6. Carefully lift the ColorPASS out of the box.
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ColorPASS power cable
Copier interface cable
ColorPASS
Media Package
F02-301-01 Contents of ColorPASS shipping box
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3.2 ColorPASS Panels
Once you have unpacked the ColorPASS, you can familiarize yourself with the top and
back of the ColorPASS before you install it.
Top panel
Side panel
Power switch
Power connector
Activity light
Up button
Menu button
Down button
Line selection
buttons
Back panel
Mouse connector(not used)
Keyboard connector(not used)
USB connectors(not used)
Serial connector(not used)
Parallel connector(not used)
Serial connector(not used)
SCSI connector(CD-ROM)
Copier interface connector
Parallel connector(not used)
Ethernet RJ-45 connector
F02-302-01 Front and back panels
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4 Installing the ColorPASS on the copier
1) Remove the three face plates from the
edge of the main copier unit as shown
in F02-400-01 (CLC1100 series).
The CLC900 series copier remove only
two face plates.
F02-400-01
Removing face plates from copier
2) Detach the five stickers shown in F02400-02.
F02-400-02 Sticker locations
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3) Insert the ColorPASS bosses into the
holes on the copier top edge as shown
in F02-400-03.
F02-400-03 Inserting ColorPASS bosses
4) Mount the ColorPASS to the copier
with three screws (M4×6) (CLC1100
series).
Attach the face plates (round) to the
ColorPASS after fixing the unit in
place.
The CLC900 series copier requires only
two screws for ColorPASS installation.
F02-400-04
Installing ColorPASS mounting screws
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5) Insert five screws into the holes on the
supports of the ColorPASS as shown in
the following illustration. Tighten the
screws.
Upper side three places TP screws
(M4×10).
Lower side two places RS tightening
screws (M4×33).
F02-400-05
Inserting screws into ColorPASS supports
6) Fix the power cable in place to the
ColorPASS using three cable clamps.
F02-400-06 Fix the power cable
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INSTALLATION
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1 Installation
1.1 Preliminary Checkout
Once you have unpacked or serviced the ColorPASS, power it up before you connect it to
the copier and the network. Diagnostics are run automatically during startup to check the
ColorPASS for internal problems.
The following procedure describes how to connect power to the ColorPASS.
1.1.1 To Connect Power and Start the ColorPASS
1. Connect the recessed end of the ColorPASS power cable to the power connector at the
side of the ColorPASS (see F03-101-01).
2. Make sure the ColorPASS power switch is in the off position (press 0), and then connect
the other end of the ColorPASS power cable to a wall outlet.
Side panel
Power switch
Power connector
F03-101-01 ColorPASS power
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3. Power on the ColorPASS using the switch at the side of the ColorPASS. The power supply automatically senses the correct voltage.
4. To confirm that the ColorPASS is operating properly allow ColorPASS startup to proceed without interruption while you watch the Control Panel. Do not press any buttons
on the Control Panel.
5. Allow the system to proceed to Idle to confirm that the ColorPASS is operating correctly.
The message Check power and cable may display in the Control Panel during the startup
process. Once the ColorPASS is connected to the copier the message should no longer
be displayed.
Server Name
Idle
3744MB
Info
X.0
F03-101-02
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1.2 Connecting to the Copier
After completing the preliminary checkout, connect the ColorPASS to the copier. The
ColorPASS communicates with the copier through a cable from the video board to the interface port on the copier.
1.2.1 To Connect the ColorPASS To the Copier
1. Power off the ColorPASS and the copier.
You may need to get permission from the network administrator or supervisor to power
off the copier.
2. Locate the ColorPASS copier interface cable and connect the cable to the interface port
on the copier.
Tighten the screws completely.
3. Connect the other end of the cable to the ColorPASS copier interface connector in slot 3
on the back panel (see F03-102-01).
Copier
interface cable
ColorPASS back
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
F03-102-01 Copier interface cable connections
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1.3 Verifying the Connection
After you connect the ColorPASS to the copier, print a Test Page and perform the Test
Scan/Print function to verify that the connection between the ColorPASS and the copier is
good.
1.3.1 Printing the ColorPASS Test Page
Before connecting the ColorPASS to the network, print the Test Page and to verify that
the ColorPASS is connected properly to the copier. The Test Page is a color file that resides
on the ColorPASS had disk drive.
a. To Print a Test Page from the Control Panel
1. Power on the copier and allow it to warm up.
2. Power on the ColorPASS from the power switch on the side panel.
Messages appear on the Control Panel as the ColorPASS runs through its startup diagnostics.
3. Before proceeding, make sure that the copier is not in use. The ColorPASS Info screen
should read Idle.
4. At the Idle screen, press the menu button once (see “Using the Control Panel” on page
3-8). The Functions menu is shown below:
Print Pages
Suspend Printing
Resume Printing
Shut Down
Functions
Use the up and down buttons to
scroll through these options.
Use the line selection buttons to
the right to select Print Pages.
Clear Server
Run Setup
Run Diagnostics
Calibration
Functions
F03-103-01
5. Press the line selection button to the right of Print Pages and then select Test Page.
The ColorPASS sends the Test Page to the copier and displays the RIP and Print status
screens so you can monitor the job.
6. Examine the quality of the Test Page from the copier.
The Test Page confirms that the ColorPASS print engine is functional and that the connection between the ColorPASS and the copier is good.
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1.3.2 Checking Scanning and Printing
The Test Scan/Print function scans whatever is placed on the copier glass and prints it to
the copier. This test can be used to check the scanning capabilities of the ColorPASS. You
can compare the original with the output to make sure the connection between the
ColorPASS and the copier is working properly.
a. To Run Test Scan/Print
1. Place the document that you want to scan on the copier glass.
2. At the Idle screen, press the menu button once to display the Functions menu.
Print Pages
Suspend Printing
Resume Printing
Shut Down
Functions
Clear Server
Run Setup
Run Diagnostics
Calibration
Functions
Use the line selection
button to the right to
select Run Diagnostics.
F03-103-02
3. Select Run Diagnostics from the Functions menu.
4. At the Diagnostics screen, select Test Scan/Print.
The message Scanning from copier and printing.... is displayed.
Test Scan/Print
Test I/F board
Select Test Scan/Print
Functions
F03-103-03
5. When the ColorPASS is finished printing, compare the output from the copier to the
original.
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1.4 Installing Additional Options
If the customer has purchased additional ColorPASS options, install those before connecting the ColorPASS to the network. For installation instructions, see the documentation included in each option kit.
After installing options, print the Test Page to verify that the system is operating properly.
Checking the installation at each stage makes it easier to pinpoint the cause of problems
should they occur.
1.5 Connecting to the Network
ColorPASS network support is provided through the Ethernet board. The Ethernet
board10/100BaseT connector is located at slot 6 on the back panel. Supported Ethernet
board cabling includes 10/100BaseT unshielded twisted pair. For additional network information, see the Configuration Guide.
Token Ring compatibility is available with the optional Token Ring kit (see the documentation included with that kit for more information).
RJ-45 connector
for 10/100BaseT
twisted pair Ethernet
Optional Token Ring
board connectors
DB-9 connector
for STP
RJ-45 connector
for UTP
F03-105-01 Network connectors on the back panel
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1.5.1 To Connect a Twisted Pair Cable to the ColorPASS
1. Power off the ColorPASS before connecting it to any network device.
If the system has just finished processing, wait 5 seconds after the system reaches the
idle state before using the power switch to power off the unit.
2. Connect the network cable to the RJ-45 connector on the back of the ColorPASS.
A Category 5 unshielded twisted pair cable network cable must be used for 100BaseT.
3. Configure Setup options.
It is the network administrator’s responsibility to configure Setup according to the network and user environment. Refer the network administrator to the Configuration Guide
for Setup information.
4. After configuring Setup options, verify the network connection.
Once the network connection has been made and the ColorPASS has the correct Setup
configuration, the ColorPASS should be available on the network.
The network administrator should perform any additional network setup, verify the network connection, verify that the ColorPASS appears in the list of printers, and print a
few test documents from a networked computer that will use the ColorPASS. (See the
Configuration Guide for more information.)
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2 Control Panel
2.1 Using the Control Panel
This section describes the Control Panel on the front of the ColorPASS. Once you install
the ColorPASS and verify that it powers up correctly, you can use the Control Panel to access and monitor different functions of the ColorPASS.
The current status of the ColorPASS and Setup information are displayed in the
ColorPASS display window.
ColorPASS activity can be monitored in the display window, and functions of the
ColorPASS (such as printing a Test Page and installing or updating system software) can be
controlled using the buttons on the Control Panel.
Activity light
Up button
Menu button
Down button
Line selection
buttons
Display window
F03-201-01 The ColorPASS Control Panel
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2.1.1 Activity Light
The activity light indicates current ColorPASS activity. If the light is:
Flashing or solid red
Solid green
Flashing green
No light
There is an error causing printing to be disabled. The activity
light flashes red during startup.
The ColorPASS is idle or starting up.
The ColorPASS is processing or printing a job.
The ColorPASS is powered off.
2.1.2 Buttons
Line selection buttons
Up and down buttons
Menu button
There are four line selection buttons on the right side of the
Control Panel. Use these buttons to select the command displayed on the corresponding line of the display window. A
special character ( ) appears in the display window next to a
button when it is available.
Use these buttons to scroll to different screens in multi-screen
lists, to select Setup options from a list, and to select alphanumeric characters.
Press this button to view other display screens. There are several different display screens, showing different types of information about the ColorPASS.
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2.2 Control Panel Screens and Icons
When the ColorPASS is in Print mode, pressing the menu button cycles among four
screens: three status screens (Info, RIP, and Print) and the Functions menu (see F03-20201). When the ColorPASS is idle, pressing the menu button cycles between the Info screen
and the Functions menu.
The bottom line of the screen displays the name of the current screen with the icon for
that screen highlighted. Icons for other active screens are also displayed but are not highlighted.
The ColorPASS screens display the following information:
Cancel Job
Jane D.
Copies: 1/100
Cancel Job
>
Job name
doc.eps
User D.
Jack
name
Processed: bytes
Busy
#####K
RIP
Print
Print Pages
Suspend Printing
Resume Printing
Shut Down
Functions
Server Name
Idle
3744MB
Info
>
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F03-202-01 Control Panel screens during printing
If an error occurs, the Alert screen is displayed with a message describing the error.
Load LTR paper in
tray
Alert
F03-202-02
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The display window screens and icons are:
Alert Status If there is a problem during printing or processing, the Alert Status
screen is activated, displaying an error message.
For information on error messages, see the Printing Guide.
Print Status When the ColorPASS is printing, the Print Status screen is activated.
This screen displays the following:
Cancel Job—Press the top line selection button to cancel the job currently printing.
User name—The name of the user who sent the job that is currently being processed.
Pages/Total—The number of copies of the current page that have been
printed so far, and the total number of copies of this page that were requested.
RIP Status When the ColorPASS is processing a job, the RIP Status screen is activated. This screen displays the following:
Cancel Job-Press the top line selection button to cancel the job currently processing. The ColorPASS cancels the job before printing begins.
Document name-The name of the document currently processing.
User name—The name of the user who sent the job that is currently being processed.
Kilobytes—The amount in kilobytes of the job that has been processed
so far.
Info Status The Info Status screen displays information about the server’s current
activity, and software version. This screen is always active, and it appears in the display window when no other screen is selected. It displays the following information:
Server Name—The ColorPASS name as it is configured in Setup.
Status—The current status of the ColorPASS. The ColorPASS status
can be: Idle, Initializing, Busy, Processing, or Printing.
Number of MB—The space in megabytes available on the ColorPASS
hard disk.
Version—The system software version running on the ColorPASS.
Functions The Functions screen also is always active, but it appears in the display
window only when the user has pressed the Menu button to select it.
Use the up and down buttons to scroll through the list of menu command options. Press the line selection button to the right of a command
to select it.
Network
The Network icon appears in the bottom left corner of the display window when the ColorPASS is communicating over the network. The
Network icon can appear while any screen is displayed.
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2.3 Functions Menu
The Functions menu allows you to perform a variety of administrative functions that do
not affect print jobs of other users. Use the up and down buttons to scroll through the list of
options. Press the line selection button next to the option you want to select.
The following options are available from the Functions menu:
Print Pages—Enables you to print special pages from the ColorPASS. You can print the
following pages from the submenu that appears:
• Test Page—Enables you to confirm that the ColorPASS-to-copier interface is
functioning properly. The Test Page provides sample images that can be used to
troubleshoot the ColorPASS. The following information is also listed: Server
name, printer model, output profile, calibration information, RGB source, rendering style, date and time printed, CMYK simulation , simulation method, and
compression information.
• Configuration—Prints the current server and device configuration. This includes
information about all current Setup settings, calibration profile, and the Ethernet
address of the ColorPASS. The Configuration Page also provides version information for the BIOS chip and information on any options installed on the
ColorPASS.
• Job Log—Prints the log of the last 55 jobs by default. For more information
about the job log, see the Printing Guide.
• Control Panel Map—Prints the Setup screen help pages. These pages are useful
when navigating through the different Setup screens.
• Color Charts—Prints the color reference charts. These pages include swatches of
the RGB, CMY, and PANTONE colors available from the ColorPASS.
• Font List-A list of all fonts resident on the ColorPASS hard disk.
Suspend Printing—Disconnects the ColorPASS from the copier. This option interrupts the
current print job so you can use the copier to make copies; after you make the copies you
can select Resume Printing and the copier continues processing and printing jobs.
Resume Printing—Connects the copier to the ColorPASS so you can resume printing after interrupting the print job to make copies (used with Suspend Printing).
Shut Down—When you select this option, you can choose from the following:.
• Restart Server—resets the ColorPASS server software but does not reboot the entire system. Network access to the ColorPASS is temporarily interrupted and all
currently processing jobs are aborted and might be lost.
• Shut Down System—Shuts down all ColorPASS properly so that you can power
off the system using the power switch on the side panel. You should always select
this option before powering off the system.
• Reboot System—Shuts down all ColorPASS activity properly and then restarts.
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Clear Server—Clears all jobs from the server queues. It also clears the Job Log, all jobs
saved on the server hard disk drive, and the index of all archived jobs.
Run Setup—Allows you to access the Setup options in order to configure the network and
printing environment. Typically it is the network administrator’s responsibility to configure
Setup according to the network and user environment. Setup is required the first time the
copier is powered on and after ColorPASS system software is installed. You must save
changes to Server, Network, and Printer Setup after installing system software.
See the Configuration Guide for a list of options and detailed descriptions of each Setup
option.
Run Diagnostics—When you select this option, you can choose from the following:
• Test Scan/Print—Scans whatever is on the copier glass and prints out the image.
• Test I/F board—Runs diagnostics on the ColorPASS video board.
Select the diagnostic test and press the line selection button next to OK.
Calibration—Allows users to calibrate the ColorPASS using AutoCal. For more information, see the Job Management Guide.
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3 Shutting Down and Restarting the ColorPASS
The ColorPASS will generally be left on all the time at the customer site. Remember that
when the ColorPASS is powered off, network access to the copier is interrupted.
You should power off the ColorPASS when you need to service it or the copier, and before you remove or attach any cables to the ColorPASS. Also power off when changing the
copier’s toner to prevent drawing toner into the ColorPASS.
3.1 To Shut Down the ColorPASS
1. Make sure that the ColorPASS Info screen reads Idle.
When Printing or Ripping appears on the Control Panel the ColorPASS is currently processing. Idle appears in the Info screen when the ColorPASS is finished processing the
job.
2. At the Idle screen, press the menu button once to display the Functions menu.
Print Pages
Suspend Printing
Resume Printing
Shut Down
Functions
Use the line selection
button to the right to
select Shut Down.
Clear Server
Run Setup
Run Diagnostics
Calibration
Functions
F03-301-01
3. Select Shut Down from the Functions menu. At the next screen, select Shut Down System.
The message It is now safe to power off the system.... is displayed.
4. Power off the ColorPASS using the power switch on the side panel (press 0).
3.2 To Restart the ColorPASS
1. If the ColorPASS is already on, ensure that it is not receiving, processing, or printing a
document.
When Printing or Ripping appears on the ColorPASS Control Panel, the ColorPASS is
currently processing a print job. Wait until the job is complete and Idle appears in the
Info screen.
2. Press the menu button once, then select Shut Down from the Functions menu and select
Reboot System.
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DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
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1 Points to Note
1.1 General Cautions
•
Disconnect the power plug for safety before starting disassembly/assembly work.
• Unless otherwise noted, assemble the parts by reversing the steps used to disassemble
them.
• Identify the screws by type (length, diameter) and location.
• Do not forget to attach a washer to any screws that had a washer before removal. Be
sure to use the same screws for any particular location.
1.2 Shut Down the ColorPASS
Shut down the ColorPASS abruptly can disrupt the function of the network. Be sure to
obtain the consent of the network supervisor before shut down it.
1.3 Handling the Parts
The components of the printer board unit are susceptible to static electricity. Be sure to
wear a wrist strap designed for discharging static electricity when handling the components.
A hard disk drive, highly sensitive to magnetic force, is installed on the side panel opposite the power supply. Do not use a magnet screwdriver during work around it.
The hard disk drive, further, is susceptible to impact. Do not subject it to shocks.
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2 Before Disassembling the Unit
2.1 Overview
Generally, the ColorPASS requires no regular service or maintenance. Use the procedures
in this chapter to inspect, remove, reseat, and replace major hardware components as well as
to install system software.
This chapter includes information on servicing the following components:
• Boards
• Cables
• DIMMs (dual in-line memory modules)
• Motherboard CPU, BIOS chip, and battery
• Fans (back panel fan, CPU fan)
• Power supply
• HDD (hard disk drive)
SeeF04-202-01 on page 4-3 for an overview of components. Replacement parts are available from your authorized service representative.
When performing the service procedures described in this chapter, follow
the precautions listed in “Precautions”on page vii.
2.2 System Software Service
ColorPASS system software is installed on the HDD at the factory. A backup of the system software resides on a separate partition on the HDD. You can retrieve a backup of the
system software using the Restore Backup function in the Service menu. In addition system
software is also provided on a CD. Use the System Software CD when you:
• Replace the HDD
• Upgrade to a more recent version of the system software
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[15]
Key
[1] UIB cable
[2] Tray
[3] HDD cable
[4] HDD
[5] Power supply
[6] Power supply cable
[7] Back panel fans and fan cables
[8] Motherboard
[9] CPU fan/CPU fan cable
[10] Ethernet board
[11] UIB board
[12] Video board
[13] SCSI board
[14] Access panel
[15] Top panel
[14]
[13]
[12]
[9]
[11]
[1]
[10]
[8]
[7]
[6]
[3]
[5]
[2]
[4]
F04-202-01 Exploded view of ColorPASS components
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2.3 Accessing ColorPASS Internal Components
Always use the procedure below when opening the ColorPASS for inspection or service.
If the ColorPASS is powered on, shut down the system.
In order to access internal components, you must first shut down the ColorPASS and remove the top and access panels.
2.3.1 Shutting Down and Restarting the ColorPASS
The ColorPASS will generally be left on all the time at the customer site. Remember that
when the ColorPASS is powered off, network access to the copier is interrupted.
You should power off the ColorPASS when you need to service it or the copier, and before you remove or attach any cables to the ColorPASS.
a. To shut down the ColorPASS
1. Make sure that the ColorPASS Info screen reads Idle.
When Printing or Ripping appears on the Control Panel the ColorPASS is currently processing. Idle appears in the Info screen when the ColorPASS is finished processing the
job.
2. At the Idle screen, press the menu button once to display the Functions menu.
Print Pages
Suspend Printing
Resume Printing
Shut Down
Functions
Use the line selection
button to the right to
select Shut Down.
Clear Server
Run Setup
Run Diagnostics
Calibration
Functions
F04-203-01
3. Select Shut Down from the Functions menu.
4. At the next screen, select Shut Down System.
The message It is now safe to power off the system.... is displayed.
5. Power off the ColorPASS using the power switch on the back panel (press 0).
6. Disconnect all cable from the back panel of the ColorPASS.
Always obtain permission from the network administrator before you take the
ColorPASS off the network.
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3 Externals
3.1 To open the ColorPASS
1. Make sure you have powered off the ColorPASS and removed all the cables from the
back.
2. Remove the screw beneach the front edge of the ColorPASS.
3. Pull back the two clips beneach the front edge of the ColorPASS to release the front of
the top panel. (see F04-301-01 on page 4-5).
4. Push the top panel toward the back panel so that the three hooks on the back edge of the
top panel release from the chassis.
Back edge of top panel
UIB cable
Front edge of
ColorPASS
F04-301-01 Removing the ColorPASS top panel
5. Disconnect the UIB cable from the top panel.
6. Remove the access panel from the top of the ColorPASS.
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7. The ColorPASS internal components are now accessible. Attach an ESD wrist strap before handling internal parts.
The ColorPASS is shipped from the factory with a standard board configuration, as
shown in F04-301-02 on page 4-6. If optional components have been installed, see the
documentation that came with the specific kit.
Motherboard connectors:
AGP1-Empty
PCI1-SCSI board
PCI2-Video board
PCI3-UIB board
PCI4-Empty
(optional Token Ring board)
PCI5-Ethernet board
ISA1-Empty
Back panel view
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
Top view
AGP1
PCI1
PCI2
PCI3
PCI4
PCI5
ISA1/ISA2
ISA2-Empty
F04-301-02 ColorPASS motherboard and back panel view
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4 Checking ColorPASS Internal Connections
The most common causes of hardware problems are faulty and loose connections.
Before you conclude that any board or component has failed, remove, inspect, and reseat
all appropriate connections, and then verify that the problem still occurs.
4.1 To Check Board and Cable Connections
Before you touch any parts inside the ColorPASS, attach a grounding wrist
strap. Touching the metal part of the power supply case inside the
ColorPASS also discharges static electricity.
1. Inspect the ColorPASS boards for secure insertion into the motherboard. Press down
firmly on each board to make sure it is securely installed.
Looking into the tray from the top, the standard board configuration includes the following (from right to left):
Connector AGP1—Empty
Connector PCI1—SCSI board
Connector PCI2—Video board
Connector PCI3—UIB board
Connector PCI4—Empty (optional Token Ring board)
Connector PCI5—Ethernet board
Connector ISA1—Empty
Connector ISA2—Empty
2. Inspect ribbon cables to see if they are intact.
Faulty ribbon cables are easily overlooked. Check the contact point between the cable
and the connector to ensure that they have not separated. If a ribbon cable is suspect,
substitute it with a tested cable.
3. Make sure that all ColorPASS ribbon cables and power cables are seated on connectors.
See F04-401-01 on page 4-8.
Cable connectors are keyed to fit only when properly oriented.
4. Check the back panel fan cable connection to the motherboard.
5. After tightening connections, if one or more ColorPASS components are still not getting
power, see “Checking voltages” on page 4-31.
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[4]
[2]
[1b]
HDD
Power supply
[1a]
[5]
Motherboard
[5]
[3]
Cable Key
1.Power supply cable
From
Power supply
2.HDD cable
3.CPU fan cable
4.UIB cable
5.Back panel fan cable
Motherboard connector PIDE
CPU fan
UIB in the top panel
Back panel fans
To
a.Motherboard
b.HDD
HDD(IDE master)
Motherboard connector CPU FAN
Connector J4 on the UIB board
Fan connector on the motherboard
(CFAN)
F04-401-01 Cable connections in the ColorPASS
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4.2 To Check Motherboard DIMM Connections
1. Check that all DIMMs are locked. If any DIMMs have come loose, release and reseat
them.
DIMMs (dual in-line memory modules) installed on the ColorPASS motherboard are
held in place by levers at each end.
2. To release a DIMM, push outward on the levers on each side of the DIMM.
F04-402-01 Releasing the DIMM levers
3. Slide the DIMM straight out of the socket.
4. To replace a DIMM, gently slide the DIMM straight into the socket until the levers at
each side lock into place.
Make sure that the levers close securely around the ends of the DIMM and that each
DIMM is fully seated in its socket.
If you removed the DIMMs completely, note that DIMMs fit the socket only one way.
The notches on the bottom of the DIMM should line up with the notches in the socket.
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4.3 Restoring ColorPASS Functionality After Service
4.3.1 To Reassemble the ColorPASS
1. Reseat all boards, cables, connectors, and other parts loosened or removed during inspection or service.
2. Connect the UIB cable connector to the connector on operation panel board on the top
panel.
3. Install the access panel onto the ColorPASS (see F04-403-01).
Be careful not to damage any ribbon cables; if necessary, fold the ribbon cables inside
the tray before replacing the access panel.
4. Insert the three hooks on the back edge of the top panel into the three slots at the back of
the tray.
5. Press the two clips at the front of the top panel into the two slots at the front of the tray.
6. Attach the screw beneach the front edge of the ColorPASS.
Hooks
Clips
Access panel
F04-403-01 Replacing the top panel
Memo
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Do not leave the ColorPASS top and access panel off after servicing. An
airflow channel is created by the access panel and the fan. Leaving the
ColorPASS open could reduce the operational life expectancy of internal
ColorPASS components.
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7. Connect any cables removed during service to the back of the ColorPASS.
8. Before you leave the customer site, verify ColorPASS operation as outlined in F04-40302.
Power up and check startup. See"To
connect power and start the
ColorPASS" on page 3-1.
Connect the ColorPASS to the
copier. See "Connecting to the
copier" on page 3-3.
Print the ColorPASS Test page.
See "Verifying the connection" on
page 3-4.
Connect the ColorPASS to the
network. See "Connecting to the
network" on page 3-6 and the
Check the Setup options. See
the Configuration Guide.
F04-403-02 ColorPASS connection verification steps
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5 Electrical Parts
5.1 Outline
This section includes procedures for removing and replacing the following boards:
• SCSI board
• Video board
• UIB board
• Ethernet board
• Motherboard
For information on installing option boards, see the separate installation instructions provided with that board.
5.2 SCSI Board
The SCSI board in the Color PASS provides the interface between the ColorPASS and the
external CD-ROM drive. The SCSI board is installed in connector PCI1 on the ColorPASS
motherboard.
To motherboard connector PCI1
F04-502-01 SCSI board layout
5.2.1 To Remove the SCSI Board
1. Power off and open the ColorPASS as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on
page 4-4 and “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
2. Remove the board mounting bracket screw from slot 1.
3. Remove the SCSI board from motherboard connector PCI1.
Grasp the board at the front and back edge and gently pull the board straight out of its
connector on the motherboard.
4. Place the board in an antistatic bag.
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5.2.2 To Replace the SCSI Board
1. Reseat the SCSI board in motherboard connectorPCI1. The component side of the board
should be facing the copier.
The board connector is keyed to fit only one way when properly oriented.
2. Attach the board mounting bracket screw to the bracket in slot 2.
3. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see the connection verification
steps described in “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on page 4-10).
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5.3 Video Board
The video board in the ColorPASS (see F04-503-01)provides the interface
between the ColorPASS and the copier.
The board is installed in connector PCI2 on the motherboard. The copier interface connector on one side of the board (occupying slot 3 on the back panel of the ColorPASS) connects to cable that attaches to the copier.
Daughter card installed on the
front side of the board
100-pin copier
interface connector
To connector PCI2 on
motherboard
F04-503-01 Diagram of video board
5.3.1 To Remove the Video Board
1. Power off and open the ColorPASS as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on
page 4-4 and “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
2. Make sure the copier interface cable connected to the back of the ColorPASS is removed.
3. Remove the board mounting bracket screw that secures the board.
4. Remove the video board from motherboard connector PCI2.
Grasp the board at the front and back edge and gently pull it straight out of its connector
on the motherboard.
5. Place the board in an antistatic bag.
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5.3.2 To Replace the Video Board
1. Reseat the video board in motherboard connector PCI2. The component side of the
video board should be facing the copier.
The video board connector is keyed to fit only one way when properly oriented.
2. Attach the board mounting bracket screws to the bracket.
3. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see the connection verification
steps described in “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on page 4-10).
Be sure to connect the copier interface cable to the connector in slot 3.
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5.4 UIB Board
The UIB board installed in motherboard connector PCI3 provides the interface between
the LCD on the top panel and the motherboard. The UIB cable from the top panel attaches
to connector J4 on the UIB board.
UIB cable
connector (J4)
Parallel port
(not used)
To motherboard
connector PCI3
F04-504-01 UIB board
5.4.1 To Remove the UIB Board
1. Power off and open the ColorPASS as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on
page 4-4 and “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
2. Remove the UIB cable from connector J4 on the UIB board.
3. Remove the board mounting bracket screw from slot 4 and then remove the UIB board
from motherboard connector PCI3.
Grasp the board at the front and back edge and gently pull it straight out of its connector.
4. Place the board in an antistatic bag.
5.4.2 To Replace the UIB Board
1. Reseat the UIB board in connector PCI3 on the motherboard. Make sure that the parallel
connector on the board extends through slot 4 in the back panel. The component side of
the UIB board should be facing the copier.
The UIB board connector is keyed to fit only one way when properly oriented.
2. Attach the board mounting bracket screw to the bracket in slot 4.
3. Connect the UIB cable to connector J4 on the UIB board.
4. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see the connection verification
steps described in “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on page 4-10).
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5.5 Ethernet board
The Ethernet board provides the interface between the ColorPASS and the customer’s network. The Ethernet board has one RJ-45 network connector for a 10/100BaseT unshielded
twisted pair cable. The Ethernet board is installed in motherboard connector PCI5.
RJ-45 connector
To motherboard
connector PCI5
F04-505-01 Ethernet board connectors
5.5.1 To Remove the Ethernet Board
1. Power off and open the ColorPASS as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on
page 4-4 and “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
2. Remove the board mounting bracket screw from slot 6, and then remove the Ethernet
board from motherboard connector PCI5.
Grasp the board at the front and back edge and gently pull it straight out of its connector
on the motherboard.
3. Place the board in an antistatic bag.
5.5.2 To Replace the Ethernet Board
1. Insert the Ethernet board into motherboard connector PCI5. The component side of the
board should be facing the copier
The Ethernet board connector is keyed to fit only one way when properly oriented.
2. Attach the board mounting bracket screw to the bracket in slot 6.
3. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see the connection verification
steps described in “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on page 4-10).
Be sure to connect the Ethernet cable to the connector in slot 6.
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5.6 Motherboard
The ColorPASS motherboard has a 433MHz Intel Celeron CPU that controls the image
data transferred to and from the video board. The motherboard also controls HDD functions
and the communication between the ColorPASS and external devices. The motherboard has
one 32-bit AGP connector, five 32-bit PCI connectors, and two 16-bit ISA connectors, as
well as three DIMM sockets.
Key
[1] Keyboard/mouse connectors (not used)
[2] USB connector (not used)
[3] 433MHz CPU, heatsink, and CPU fan
[4] Empty (AGP1)
[5] SCSI board (PCI1)
[6] Video board connector (PCI2)
[7] UIB board connector (PCI3)
[8] Option board connector (PCI4)
[9] Ethernet board connector (PCI5)
[10] Empty (ISA1)
[11] Empty (ISA2)
[12] BIOS chip (U8)
[13] Back panel fan cable connector (CFAN)
[14] HDD cable connector (PIDE)
[15] Battery (BT1)
[16] DIMM socket (DIMM3)
[17] DIMM socket (DIMM2)
[18] DIMM socket (DIMM1)
[19] 20-pin power supply cable
connector (PWR CON)
[20] CPU fan cable connector (CPU FAN)
MS—Mounting holes (6 holes)
NOTE: Connectors not listed above
are not used.
[1]
MS
MS
[19]
[2]
[15]
[16]
[20]
[17]
[18]
[3]
[16]
MS
[4]
MS
[5]
[6]
[7]
[13]
[8]
[9]
MS
[12]
[10]
MS
[11]
F04-506-01 Diagram of the ColorPASS motherboard
5.6.1 Removing the ColorPASS motherboard
Before you remove the motherboard, you must remove:
• All boards installed on the motherboard
• All cables connected to the motherboard
Procedures are included in this section for each of the requirements listed above. This section also includes information on replacing the battery and DIMMs on the motherboard, as
well as information on motherboard jumper configurations.
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Take ESD precautions and be very careful when handling the ColorPASS
boards.
Memo
a. To Remove Boards from the Motherboard
1. Power off the ColorPASS and remove the side panel as described on page 4-5.
2. Remove the board mounting bracket screws for boards occupying back panel slots.
3. Remove the following boards from the motherboard and place each board on an antistatic surface:
• SCSI board in connector PCI1
• Video board in connector PCI2
• UIB board in connector PCI3
Remove the UIB cable from connector J4 on the UIB board before removing it.
• Token Ring board in connector PCI4 (if installed)
• Ethernet board in connector PCI5
4. Remove any option boards installed in remaining connectors on the motherboard.
b. To Remove Motherboard Cables
1. Remove the power supply cable from PWR CON.
2. Remove the HDD cable from connector PIDE on the motherboard.
3. Remove the back panel fan cable from connector CFAN on the motherboard.
c. To Remove the Motherboard
1. If you are replacing the motherboard, remove the following from the motherboard:
• Memory (see page 4-25)
• CPU, heatsink, and CPU fan (see page 4-26)
• BIOS chip (see page 4-27)
2. Using a head screw driver, remove the six motherboard mounting screws.
3. Gently slide the motherboard out of the back panel cutouts.
Make sure the back panel connectors on the motherboard clear the tray as you remove
the board. Make sure to avoid handling contacts and avoid using excessive force.
4. Lift the motherboard out of the tray.
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5.6.2 Replacing the motherboard
This section includes the procedures required to replace the ColorPASS motherboard.
Spare motherboards ship without memory, CPU, or the BIOS chip. The memory, CPU, and
BIOS chip from the old board will need to be installed on the replacement motherboard.
a. To Replace the Motherboard
1. Place the motherboard in the tray and insert the motherboard so that the back panel connectors on the motherboard fit into the cutouts in the back of the tray. Make sure that the
clip in the tray fits over the USB connector.
2. Align the mounting holes in the motherboard with the standoffs in the tray.
3. Replace the six motherboard mounting screws that attach the motherboard to the tray.
4. If you replaced the motherboard with a new board, replace the following components on
the board:
• Memory (see page 4-25)
• CPU, heatsink, and CPU fan (see page 4-26)
• BIOS chip (see page 4-27)
b. To Replace Boards
1. Replace the following boards in the motherboard:
• SCSI board in connector PCI1
• Video board in connector PCI2
• UIB board in connector PCI3
• If the Token Ring board is installed, reseat it in connector PCI4
• Ethernet board in connector PCI5
2. Reseat any option boards installed in remaining connectors on the motherboard.
When replacing boards, slide them straight into the board guides. As you plug the
boards into the connectors on the motherboard, make sure that the board connectors are
properly aligned with the connectors on the motherboard. The connectors on the boards
are keyed to fit only one way on the motherboard.
c. To Replace the Motherboard Cables
1. Reseat the power supply cable to motherboard connector PWR CON.
2. Connect the HDD cable to connector PIDE on the motherboard.
3. Connect the back panel fan cable to connector CFAN on the motherboard.
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d. To Complete and Verify Motherboard Installation
1. If you replaced the motherboard, insert the BIOS chip with the socket mount from the
motherboard you removed into the BIOS socket on the replacement board.
2. Attach the board mounting bracket screws for boards installed in back panel slots.
Make sure unused slots have slot covers installed. Uncovered slots reduce
air flow and could cause the ColorPASS to overheat.
Memo
3. Press down on each cable connector and verify that all cables are attached properly.
4. Check motherboard jumper settings. See “Motherboard jumpers” on page 4-29.
5. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify functionality (see the connection verification
steps described in “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on page 4-10).
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5.7 Replacing Parts on the Motherboard
This section describes how to remove and replace DIMMs and the battery on the
motherboard. Before performing any of these procedures, you must first power off the
ColorPASS as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on page 4-4, and remove the
side panel as described in “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
5.7.1 DIMMs
The ColorPASS motherboard has three DIMM sockets (DIMM1, DIMM2, DIMM3) with
128MB installed.
Approved DIMMs are available from your service representative.
DIMM1
DIMM2
DIMM3
F04-507-01 Motherboard DIMM sockets
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a. To Replace a DIMM
1. To release a DIMM, push outward on the levers on each side of the DIMM (see F04507-02.)
DIMM
Lever
Lever
Socket notches
F04-507-02 Releasing a DIMM
2. Slide the DIMM straight out of the socket.
3. To replace a DIMM, slide it straight into the socket until the levers on each side lock
into place.
Make sure that the levers close securely around the ends of the DIMM and that each
DIMM is fully seated in its socket.
DIMMs fit the socket only one way. The two notches on the bottom of each
DIMM should line up with the notches in the socket.
Memo
4. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see “Restoring ColorPASS
functionality after service” on page 4-10).
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5.7.2 Motherboard CPU
The CPU chip on the motherboard is installed in a socket (see F04-506-01 on page 4-20).
The socket that holds the CPU on the motherboard is a Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) socket
that allows the chip to be removed. Pin 1 on the ZIF socket is denoted by an angled corner.
a. To Replace the CPU
1. Remove the CPU fan and heatsink as described in “To remove the CPU fan and
heatsink” on page 4-32.
2. Lift the lever to release the CPU from the socket (see F04-507-03).
CPU
Lever
Pin 1(angled corner on socket)
ZIF socket
F04-507-03 Removing the CPU
3. Grasp the edges of the CPU and gently pull it out of the socket.
4. Insert the new CPU so that the notch on the chip lines up with the notch area on the
socket.
Pin 1 on the CPU is denoted by an angled corner. The angled corner should point to the
small 1 printed on the board directly below the CPU socket.
5. Push down the socket lever to secure the CPU.
6. Replace the CPU fan and heatsink as described in “To replace the CPU fan” on page 432.
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5.7.3 BIOS Chip
The BIOS chip is located in socket U8 on the motherboard. The BIOS chip contains boot
information, such as the startup diagnostics that the ColorPASS uses when you power on the
system.
a. To Replace the BIOS Chip
1. Locate the BIOS chip on the motherboard (socket U8).
2. Using a IC-removing tool, remove the BIOS chip from its socket on the motherboard.
3. To replace the BIOS chip insert it into the socket so that the notch in the chip is aligned
with the notch in the socket.
Make sure to align the pins on the chip with the holes in the socket. If you notice any
bent pins, straighten them gently with a pair of needlenose pliers.
Socket notch
BIOS chip
Pin 1
F04-507-04 Diagram of BIOS chip socket
4. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see “Restoring ColorPASS
functionality after service” on page 4-10).
5.7.4 Motherboard battery
The battery on the motherboard is located at BT1.
a. To Replace the Motherboard Battery
1. Locate the battery on the motherboard at BT1 (key location 15 in F04-506-01 on page
4-18).
2. Carefully lift up the clip that holds the battery.
Use caution when lifting up the clip; excessive force could cause the clip to lose its tension.
Clip
Socket
+
Battery
F04-507-05 Motherboard battery
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3. Pull the battery out of its socket and release the clip.
4. To insert a new battery, slide the battery into the socket under the clip with the positive
(+) side facing up.
Make sure the clip holds the battery securely in the socket.
5. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality as described on page 4-10.
When you power on the ColorPASS, let the Start-up diagnostics complete,
then power off and on again to reinitialize the realtime clock.
6. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see “Restoring ColorPASS
functionality after service” on page 4-10).
7. Configure the time and date in Setup.
When replacing the motherboard battery, be sure to use the following items:
CR2032
Replace the motherboard battery only with the one listed in the Parts Catalog. Use of different battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
The battery may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if mistreated. Do not
recharge, disassemble, or dispose of it in fire.
Keep the battery out of reach of children and discard any used battery
promptly.
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5.7.5 Motherboard jumpers
The following section describes the locations and settings for the jumpers on the
motherboard.
The jumpers in the table below show the current shipping configuration.
Memo
Jumper
JP1
Jumper area
(shipping configuration)
1
2
3
JP2
1
2
3
JP10
1 2
JP11
JP12
1 2
1 2
JP13
1 2
Description
• Bus speed settings.
• Jumper installed on pins 1 and 2.
• Clear CMOS and reset password.
• Jumper installed on pins 1 and 2 during normal operation. To reset the CMOS to the BIOS defaults, move
the jumper to pins 2 and 3, reboot, and then replace
jumper to pins 1 and 2.
• CPU speed settings.
• Jumper installed on pins 1 and 2. This setting should
not be changed.
• CPU speed settings.
• Jumper installed on pins 1 and 2. This setting should
not be changed.
• CPU speed settings.
• Jumper installed on pin 1. This setting should not be
changed.
• CPU speed settings.
• Jumper installed on pin 1. This setting should not be
changed.
T04-507-01
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5.8 Fans
Two fans on the back panel of the ColorPASS and a fan on the motherboard CPU run
continuously when the system is on. You should hear the fans start as soon as you power on
the ColorPASS. If you don’t hear the fans or a fan error message is displayed on the Control
Panel, the most likely problem is a faulty power connection (see “To check board and cable
connections” on page 4-9).
5.8.1 Back panel fans
The following steps describe the procedure required in order to replace the fans installed
on the back panel of the ColorPASS. The fans are attached to the tray with screws. The back
panel fan cables attach to motherboard connector CFAN.
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a. To Remove the Back Panel Fans
1. Power off and open the ColorPASS, as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on
page 4-4 and “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
2. Unplug the 3-pin fan connector from motherboard connector CFAN.
3. Remove the four mounting screws on each fan and remove the fans from the tray.
Fans
F04-508-01 Removing the fans
b. To Replace the Back Panel Fans
1. Insert the new fans in the same locations and orientations at the old fans.
An arrow on the side of the fan indicates the airflow direction. Make sure the fan is positioned so that the arrow points toward the back panel.
2. Plug the 3-pin fan connectors into motherboard connector CFAN.
3. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify functionality (see the steps described in “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on page 4-10).
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5.8.2 CPU Fan
The following steps describe the procedure required in order to replace the 12V CPU fan
and heatsink assembly. A clip holds the assembly to the CPU socket.
CPU fan
Clip
Claw
F04-508-02 Removing the CPU fan (clip not shown)
a. To Remove the CPU Fan and Heatsink
1. Remove the CPU fan cable from motherboard connector CPU FAN.
2. Shift down the clip of the CPU fan toward the CPU fan to remove the CPU fan.
3. Lift the fan and heatsink assembly away from the CPU.
b. To Replace the CPU Fan
1. Align the CPU fan with the heatsink.
2. Hook the clip of the CPU fan on the claw of the base, and secure the CPU fan to the
motherboard.
3. Reattach the CPU fan cable to motherboard connector CPU FAN.
4. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see “Restoring ColorPASS
functionality after service” on page 4-10).
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5.9 Power Supply
The fan-cooled 155 watt power supply used in the ColorPASS has an automatic input
voltage selection circuit. The input voltages are 100-240VAC.
5.9.1 Checking Voltages
You can check power supply functionality using a multimeter at the following locations:
• Connector that supplies power to the motherboard
• Connector for future options
Test voltages on the cable connectors on the power supply, not on the board or component
connectors. T04-509-01 describes the ColorPASS power connectors.
Connector
20-pin Motherboard
Large 4-pin
HDD
Large 4-pin
(not used)
Large 4-pin
(not used)
Large 4-pin
(not used)
Small 4-pin
(not used)
Pins
1, 2, 11
3, 5, 7, 13, 15, 16, 17
18
4, 6, 19, 20
10
12
14
8
9
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Color
Green
Black
White
Red
Yellow
Blue
—
—
Red
Yellow
Black
Black
Red
Yellow
Black
Black
Red
Yellow
Black
Black
Red
Yellow
Black
Black
Red
Yellow
Black
Black
Red
Voltage
3.3V
common
-5V (not connected)
+5V
+12V
-12V
not connected
Supply Power OK
+5VSB
+12V
common
common
+5V
+12V
common
common
+5V
+12V
common
common
+5V
+12V
common
common
+5V
+12V
common
common
+5V
T04-509-01 ColorPASS power connectors
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5.9.2 Removing and replacing the power supply
This section describes how to remove and replace the power supply.
a. To Remove the Power Supply
1. Power off and open the ColorPASS as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on
page 4-4 and “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
2. Disconnect the power supply cable from its connectors on the motherboard and HDD.
3. Remove the four screws on the back panel of the ColorPASS that attach the power supply to the tray (see F04-509-01 on page 4-34).
Be sure to hold the power supply while you remove the screws.
Memo
4. Remove the power supply.
Power supply
Motherboard
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b. To Replace the Power Supply
1. Align the power supply with the mounting holes in the tray.
2. Replace the four mounting screws you removed earlier.
If the replacement power supply is shipped with screws, make sure to use those screws
to secure the power supply to the tray.
3. Connect the following power supply cable connectors:
• 20-pin power cable to the motherboard power connector (PWR CON).
• Large 4-pin power cable to the power connector on the HDD.
4. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify its functionality (see “Restoring ColorPASS
functionality after service” on page 4-10).
If you cut any tie wraps, make sure you replace them.
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5.10 Hard Disk Drive
The factory-installed HDD (hard disk drive) in the ColorPASS is formatted and loaded
with ColorPASS system software, including the network drivers and ColorPASS printer
fonts.
The HDD is also used to store spooled print jobs. Available space on the HDD is displayed on the Control Panel. The HDD is installed on the side panel opposite the power supply.
Power supply
HDD
F04-510-01 ColorPASS HDD (hard disk drive)
If you are replacing the HDD, you will need:
• The appropriate ColorPASS system software including documentation for the
ColorPASS you are servicing
• Compatible version of the user software for networked computers that will be printing
to the ColorPASS
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5.10.1 To Remove the Hdd
1. If you are replacing the HDD with a new drive, print the following from the Functions
menu:
• Configuration page -records the customer’s current Setup configuration.
If you are installing a new drive you will need to reinstall system software. The Setup
configuration will be reset to the default configuration when HDD is replaced.
• Font List— details the fonts that are resident on the ColorPASS HDD. The installed
fonts will need to be reinstalled when the HDD is replaced.
2. Power off the ColorPASS, as described in “To shut down the ColorPASS” on page 4-4.
3. Remove the ColorPASS from the copier.
4. Open the ColorPASS, as described in “To open the ColorPASS” on page 4-5.
5. Remove the HDD cable from the HDD.
6. Remove the four mounting screws that hold HDD to the side of the tray.
F04-510-02 Removing the HDD from the HDD bracket
7. Remove the HDD and place it on an antistatic surface.
Replacement hard disk drives are not shipped with any ColorPASS software pre-installed.
After installing the new drive, you need to install the appropriate ColorPASS system
software.
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5.10.2 To Replace the Hdd
1. If you are installing a new HDD, unpack the drive.
Do not unscrew the six screws on the rounded side of the HDD. Loosening
these HDD screws will break the seal and void the HDD warranty.
Do not touch the HDD with magnetic objects (such as magnetic screwdrivers) and avoid placing items such as credit cards and employee ID cards
that are sensitive to magnets near the HDD.
2. Insert the HDD in the tray and align the mounting holes on the HDD with the four holes
on the side of the tray. Secure the HDD with the 4 screws.
Make sure the IDE setting for the HDD is set to master.
3. Connect the HDD cable to its connector on the HDD.
4. Connect the power supply cable to its connector on the HDD.
5. Attach the ColorPASS to the copier.
6. Reassemble the ColorPASS (see “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on
page 4-10) and re-establish the connections at the back of the ColorPASS.
7. If you replaced the HDD with a new drive, install ColorPASS system software (see
“ColorPASS system software service” on page 4-43).
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6 ColorPASS System Software Service
ColorPASS system software resides on the HDD and is backed up the first time you
power on the ColorPASS from the factory. If necessary, you can retrieve the backup using
the Restore Backup function in the Service menu (see page 4-44). This will restore system
software to the default configuration.
System software is also provided on CD. Each language-specific System Software CD
can be used to upgrade the system software version on the ColorPASS or to reinstall the current version of the system software.
This section describes how to retrieve a backup of the system software (see page 4-44)
and how to install system software from the CD (see page 4-46).
Keep in mind the following when installing system software from a CD or when restoring
the backup system:
• Job Log—The list of jobs in the Job Log and any jobs in the queues are deleted. The
network administrator can use Fiery Spooler to save a current list of jobs (not the actual
jobs) from the Job Log.
• Fonts—All fonts installed on the ColorPASS HDD are deleted. Resident fonts are restored during system software installation. If any additional fonts were downloaded to
the ColorPASS, the network administrator can reinstall the fonts using Fiery
Downloader.
To determine which additional fonts were downloaded to the ColorPASS, print the Font
List before you install or restore the system software and again after you complete the
system software installation. Any fonts not listed after installation will need to be reinstalled. See the Job Management Guide for more information.
• Configuration—When upgrading the system software make sure to print a Configuration page before loading any software. The setup configuration of the ColorPASS will
be lost during installation of system software.
• Custom simulations—Custom simulations and custom outputs saved on the ColorPASS
are deleted when you install or restore system software. Save a copy of any custom
simulations before installing so they can be restored. See the Job Management Guide
for more information.
• Compatibility—When upgrading the system software make sure the latest user software
is installed onto all computers that print to the ColorPASS. Using incompatible versions
of the system and user software may result in system problems.
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6.1 Retrieving Backup System Software
The restore backup function can be used for troubleshooting system problems. When you
restore system software the ColorPASS configuration is returned to default settings.
Memo
Do not interrupt the system while the Restore Backup function is in
progress. If this occurs you will need to reinstall system software from the
CD.
6.1.1 To Restore Backup System Software
1. If you have not done so already, print the following from the Functions menu (if possible):
• Configuration page—Records the customer’s current Setup configuration
The Setup configuration will be reset to the default configuration when backup system software is restored.
• Font List—the Font List details the fonts that are resident on the ColorPASS HDD.
Along with the fonts provided, the customer may have installed additional fonts that
will be deleted when the backup system software is restored.
2. Access the Functions menu and then select Reboot System from the Shut Down menu
(shown below).
Restart Server
Shut Down System
Reboot System
Select
SShut Down
F04-601-01
3. When the diagnostics begin, press the fourth line selection button to access the Service
menu.
4. Select Restore Backup from the Service menu.
Install Software
Restore Backup
Install Option
Start System
Service
Select
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5. When the following screen is displayed, make sure “Yes” is displayed and then select
OK. The restore backup process will begin immediately.
All data will be
deleted. Continue?
Yes
OK
Select
Restore Backup
F04-601-03
6.
7.
8.
9.
Wait while the ColorPASS Control Panel displays screens that indicate that the software
is being restored.
At the message “Install Fiery?”, press the OK line selection button.
When a language selection screen appears, scroll to the appropriate language and press
the OK line selection button.
Configure Setup using the Configuration page you printed earlier.
Bypass settings not included on the Configuration page if it is more appropriate for the
network administrator to set them. See the Configuration Guide for more information.
Reinstall fonts or custom simulations that may have been deleted due to system software
restoration.
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6.2 Installing system software from a CD
The ColorPASS System Software CD includes the system software and fonts. Use the
System Software CD when:
• You replace the ColorPASS HDD
• You upgrade to a more recent version of the system software
• Restore Backup fails
6.2.1 To Install ColorPASS System Software
1. Shut down the system and power of the ColorPASS.
2. Connect the external CD-ROM drive to the SCSI connector on the back panel of the
ColorPASS. (See F04-301-02 on page 4-6 for the location of the SCSI connector.)
3. Power on the ColorPASS and the external CD-ROM drive.
4. If you have not done so already, print the following from the Functions menu (if possible):
• Configuration page—Records the customer’s current Setup configuration The Setup
configuration will be reset to the default configuration when system software is installed.
• Font List—the Font List detail the fonts that are resident on the ColorPASS HDD.
Along with the fonts provided, the customer may have installed additional fonts that
will be deleted when system software is installed.
5. Access the Functions menu and then select Reboot System from the Shut Down menu
(shown below).
Restart Server
Shut Down System
Reboot System
Select
SShut Down
F04-602-01
6. When the diagnostics begin, press the fourth line selection button to access the Service
menu.
7. Select Install Software from the Service menu.
Install Software
Restore Backup
Install Option
Start System
Service
Select
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8. At the following screen, press the eject button on the CD-ROM drive and insert the language-specific System Software CD.
Insert System
Software CD and
press any key.
F04-602-03
If an error message appears, verify that the correct System Software CD is inserted.
9. When the following screen is displayed, make sure “Yes” is displayed and then select
OK. The installation process will begin immediately.
All data will be
deleted. Continue?
Yes
OK
Select
Restore Backup
F04-602-04
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Wait while the ColorPASS Control Panel displays screens that indicate that the software
is being installed.
At the message “Install Fiery?”, press the OK line selection button.
When a language selection screen appears, scroll to the appropriate language and press
the OK line selection button.
At the message “To complete installation, remove CD and recycle power,” remove the
System Software CD and power off and on the system using the power switch on the
side panel.
After the system software is installed, the ColorPASS will initialize the system and will
also run diagnostics and create a system backup.
Configure Setup using the Configuration page you printed earlier.
Bypass settings not included on the Configuration page if it is more appropriate for the
network administrator to set them. See the Configuration Guide for more information.
Reinstall fonts or custom simulations that may have been deleted due to system software
installation.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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1 Preliminary On-site Checkout
This chapter identifies the source of common problems that may occur with the
ColorPASS and suggests ways of correcting them.
1.1 The Troubleshooting Process
The troubleshooting process is designed to eliminate the most obvious causes of failure
before progressing to more complex solutions. “Where problems occur” on page 5-2, gives
an overview of the ColorPASS system and indicates areas most likely to require troubleshooting.
1. Problems with initial installation
If the ColorPASS fails to complete its initial startup and reach the Idle (ready to print)
screen, the most likely cause is a loose cable or board connection. See “Accessing
ColorPASS internal components” on page 4-4 for instructions on opening the
ColorPASS, and “Checking ColorPASS internal connections” on page 4-7 for descriptions of ColorPASS parts and connections.
If a loose part or cable is not the cause of the problem, see “Checking the ColorPASS as
a stand-alone unit” on page 5-8, and “Checking the entire ColorPASS system” on page
5-13.
2. Try a phone check before you go to the customer site
“Before you go to the customer site” on page 5-4 suggests areas you should check out
before making a call to the customer site. With a phone call you can find out if the problem is a simple operating failure or a failure caused by a network or configuration
change. You can ask the customer to check for loose cables on the back of the
ColorPASS and loose connections at a power strip or outlet.
3. Check for obvious causes of problems
“Preliminary on-site checkout” on page 5-5 takes you through the initial checkout when
you arrive at the customer site. You should check the ColorPASS internally and externally for the most common problems such as loose cables, connectors, and boards.
4. Check the ColorPASS as a stand-alone unit
“Checking the ColorPASS as a stand-alone unit” on page 5-8 describes the checks you
should perform on the ColorPASS if the initial checks fail to identify the cause of a
problem. With the ColorPASS disconnected from the copier and the network, test the
ColorPASS as a stand-alone unit.
This section describes possible startup errors and explains how to run and interpret
ColorPASS startup diagnostics.
5. Check the entire ColorPASS system
“Checking the copier interface” on page 5-13 explains how to print the Test Page from
the ColorPASS. “Checking network connections” on page 5-15 includes guidelines for
checking the network connections between the ColorPASS and the computers or workstations to which it is connected, and also provides information on printing problems.
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1.2 Where Problems Occur
The ColorPASS is a server for color copiers, and it is generally part of a configuration
like the one shown below and in F05-102-02 on page 5-3. Problems may occur in one of
three areas:
• Inside the ColorPASS
• In the interface between the ColorPASS and the copier
• In the interface between the ColorPASS and the workstations or computers to which it
is connected
ColorPASS
Copier
Networked computers
or workstations
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This chapter does not attempt to provide troubleshooting information for attached computers such as PCs or Mac OS computers, for color copiers, or for extensive networks.
External Devices
ColorPASS
Copier
Motherboard
Networked
computers
SCSI
CD-ROM
drive
Ethernet
board
SCSI board
Network
interface
Video
board
I/O Control
Copier
UIB board
BIOS
CPU
Operation
panel board
PCI/
Memory
Controller
HDD
IDE
interface
Memory
and
interpreter
+3.3/+5/±12V DC
PCI Bus
Power supply
AC power
F05-102-02 Functional diagram of a typical configuration
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1.3 Before You go to the Customer Site
Before you make a service call to a customer site, talk to the customer on the phone and
check out the following items:
1. Does the copier work when it is not connected to the ColorPASS?
If the copier works but the user cannot print the ColorPASS Test Page, have the customer check the Control Panel on the ColorPASS for an error message.
If the ColorPASS Control Panel reports an error, the customer can check the copier interface cable connections between the ColorPASS and the copier.
2. Is the failure caused by a simple operating problem?
• Is there a printing problem?
• Does the ColorPASS Test Page fail to print?
• Does the ColorPASS fail to respond to a print command?
• Does printing seem to take a long time?
• Is print quality poor?
• Does the ColorPASS fail to appear in the list of printers?
• Has the customer noted any error messages on the ColorPASS or the copier screen?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, refer the customer to a list of ColorPASS
error messages in the Printing Guide.
3. Has the customer made any network changes?
If so, request that the customer’s network administrator verify the ColorPASS network
requirements. See “Checking network connections” on page 5-15 .
4. Has the customer added or removed any equipment that might impact the operation of
the ColorPASS?
If so, obtain a list of the modifications. This should direct you toward possible problem
areas.
5. Is the user having printing problems with a particular image file?
If there are problems with files from particular applications, the user may be more successful using different print settings. The Job Management Guide provides print settings
for some popular applications.
If your preliminary phone call fails to clear up the problem, proceed to the second
phase, the preliminary on-site checkout.
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1.4 Preliminary on-site Checkout
Your goal in the preliminary on-site checkout is to eliminate obvious problems such as
loose or missing cables and connectors, or loosely seated printed circuit boards.
1.4.1 Checking Interface Cables
Before you remove the top panel of the ColorPASS to check internal components make
sure that:
• All interface cables to the system are plugged into the proper connectors on the back
panel of the ColorPASS (see F05-104-01).
• The power cable is plugged into the wall supply.
• The power switch on the side panel of the ColorPASS is powered on.
Side panel
Power switch
Power connector
Back panel
Mouse connector(not used)
Keyboard connector(not used)
USB connectors(not used)
Serial connector(not used)
Parallel connector(not used)
Serial connector(not used)
SCSI connector(CD-ROM)
Copier interface connector
Parallel connector(not used)
Ethernet RJ-45 connector
F05-104-01 Back panel of ColorPASS
If all the connectors are properly in place and the power is on, proceed to the next stage of
troubleshooting.
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1.4.2 Checking Internal Components
To check the internal components you must remove the top panel of the ColorPASS.
Before you remove the top and access panels of the ColorPASS, be aware
of the safety precautions you should take when handling the ColorPASS,
and use ESD precautions when handling printed circuit boards and electronic components. To review the safety precautions, see “Precautions” on
page -v.
Use the guidelines in Chapter 4 when disassembling, checking, and reassembling the
ColorPASS.
a. To Check Internal Coponents
1. Power off the ColorPASS (see “To shut down the ColorPASS” on page 4-4).
2. Remove the top panel and the access panel as described in “To open the ColorPASS” on
page 4-5.
3. Before you touch any components inside the ColorPASS, attach a grounding strap to
your wrist and discharge any static electricity on your body by touching the metal cover
of the ColorPASS.
4. Inspect the inside of the ColorPASS. For details, see “Checking ColorPASS internal
connections” on page 4-7.
Make sure no foreign materials have been dropped into the tray. F05-104-02 on page 57 shows an exploded view of the system components.
• Look for obviously loose boards and reseat each board securely in its connector on
the motherboard.
• Look for cables that are obviously loose. Reseat each connector firmly.
• Make sure each connector is properly aligned with its mating connector. If the pins
are offset from each other, the board affected will not function properly.
5. Reassemble the ColorPASS and verify functionality (see “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on page 4-10).
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[15]
Key
[1] UIB cable
[2] Tray
[3] HDD cable
[4] HDD
[5] Power supply
[6] Power supply cable
[7] Back panel fans and fan cables
[8] Motherboard
[9] CPU fan/CPU fan cable
[10] Ethernet board
[11] UIB board
[12] Video board
[13] SCSI board
[14] Access panel
[15] Top panel
[14]
[13]
[12]
[9]
[11]
[1]
[10]
[8]
[7]
[6]
[3]
[5]
[2]
[4]
F05-104-02 Exploded view of ColorPASS components
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2 Checking the ColorPASS as a Stand-alone Unit
To test the ColorPASS as a stand-alone unit:
• Disconnect the ColorPASS from the copier and from the network
• Check for possible startup problems
• Check Setup (See the Configuration Guide for details)
2.1 To Isolate the ColorPASS
1. Isolate the ColorPASS from the copier and from the network by disconnecting the following cables from their connectors on the back panel of the ColorPASS:
• Network connector
• Copier interface connector
2. Make sure the power cable to the ColorPASS is still in place.
3. Power on the ColorPASS and allow the startup diagnostics to run.
2.2 Errors and Beep Codes during Startup Diagnostics
When you turn on the ColorPASS or reboot, the system performs diagnostic tests that
check the motherboard. While the diagnostic tests are running, the name of each test is displayed on the Control Panel. If an error occurs during the startup diagnostics, the red activity light on the ColorPASS Control Panel turns on. At the end of the diagnostics, the red activity light remains on and the error appears on the Control Panel.
Pressing and holding the fourth line selection button during the startup diagnostics displays the Service menu. This screen allows you to reinstall system software if required, recover a backup of the system, and install options and system software upgrades.
If the system cannot display the startup diagnostic screen, the ColorPASS will indicate an
error with beep codes and a flashing or solid red activity light.
Memo
During startup, the diagnostics check the activity light to make sure it is
functional. The activity light on the ColorPASS Control Panel flashed red
briefly during this time even though no errors have occurred.
When you encounter any of these conditions, power off the ColorPASS and inspect the
inside of the tray for an obviously loose part or cable. Then check the other components as
suggested in the following tables. For all service, see “Accessing ColorPASS internal components” on page 4-4. When you are finished, see “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after
service” on page 4-10.
T05-202-01 lists possible beep codes, the area on the motherboard reporting the error, and
how to correct the error. T05-202-02 lists the possible error messages that may be reported
to the Control Panel and the suggested corrective action.
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Beep code
1 long beep—Pause—short beeps
Area reporting
the error
Battery
5 short beeps—Pause—1 long beep
6 short beeps—Pause—1 long beep
DIMMs
8 short beeps—Pause—1 long beep
CMOS settings
9 short beeps—pause—1 long beep DIMMs
10 short beeps —Pause—1 long beep
11 short beeps—Pause—1 long beep
Suggested action
• Replace the battery on the motherboard.
• Make sure you reset the time and date in
Setup after replacing the battery.
• Make sure all DIMMs installed on the
motherboard are Canon approved with
part number 45005190.
• Reseat all DIMMs in their sockets and
restart the ColorPASS in order to run the
startup diagnostics.
• If the error persists, replace each DIMM
one at a time with a good DIMM until you
locate the faulty DIMM(s).
• If the above does not correct the error, you
may need to replace the motherboard.
• Reboot the ColorPASS.
• If the problem persists, replace the battery
on the motherboard.
• If the problem still persists, you may need
to replace the motherboard.
NOTE: If you replace the battery, reset the
time and date in Setup after replacing the
battery.
• Make sure all DIMMs installed on the
motherboard are Canon approved
(DIMMS should be Canon part number
45005190).
• Reseat all DIMMs in their sockets and
restart the ColorPASS in order to run the
startup diagnostics.
• If the error persists, replace each DIMM
one at a time with a good DIMM until you
locate the faulty DIMM(s).
• If the above does not correct the error, you
may need to replace the motherboard.
T05-202-01ColorPASS beep codes
Some beep codes continue to loop until the ColorPASS is powered off and
the error is corrected.
Memo
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Error message
CMOS Memory Size Mismatch
Cache Memory Error
Hard Disk Error
CMOS Time Not Set
Cache Memory Error
Eeeor xxx At yyy
Suggested action
• Reboot the ColorPASS.
• If the problem persists, replace the battery on the motherboard.
• If the problem still persists, you may need to replace the
motherboard.
NOTE: Reset the time and date in Setup after replacing the battery.
• Replace the motherboard.
• Check HDD cable connections to the HDD.
• If that does not correct the problem, try replacing the HDD.
• If the problem still persists, you may need to replace the
motherboard.
• Reboot the ColorPASS.
• If the problem persists, replace the battery on the motherboard.
• If the problem still persists, you may need to replace the
motherboard.
NOTE: Reset the time and date in Setup after replacing the battery.
• Replace the motherboard.
• Reboot the ColorPASS.
• If the problem persists, replace the BIOS Chip on the
motherboard.
• If the problem still persists, you may need to replace the
motherboard.
T05-202-02 Possible errors during startup diagnostics
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2.3 General ColorPASS system error conditions
When you startup the ColorPASS or when you install system software, you may encounter error conditions that are not reported during the startup diagnostics. T05-203-01 lists
some of these error conditions and suggests corrective action.
When you first encounter any of these error conditions, power off the ColorPASS and inspect the inside of the tray for an obviously loose board or cable. Then check other components as suggested below. For service, see “Accessing ColorPASS internal components” on
page 4-4. When you are finished, see “Restoring ColorPASS functionality after service” on
page 4-10.
Symptom
No fan sound and
ColorPASS does not
start up.
No fan sound, but the
ColorPASS starts up
properly.
Buttons do not work on
the Control Panel.
Probable cause
Power supply cable
connections are faulty
or disconnected.
Power supply has
failed.
Problem with the back
panel fans.
Connection to the front
panel is faulty.
Connection to the UIB
board is faulty or the
UIB board has failed.
Faulty Operation Panel
board.
Suggested action
• Check power supply cable connections to the
motherboard, CPU fan and HDD.
• Check all cable connections and board connections.
• Replace the power supply.
• Check the back panel fan cable connection to
motherboard connector CFAN.
• If the problem persists, replace the back panel
fans.
• Check the UIB cable connections to the top
panel and UIB board.
• Check the connection between the
motherboard and UIB board.
• Check the connection between the UIB cable
and the top panel.
• If the problem persists, replace the UIB board
• Replace the top panel.
T05-203-01 General ColorPASS system error conditions
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Symptom
Nothing appeared on
the Control Panel when
the ColorPASS was
turned on or the backlighting on the Control
Panel is discolored.
The ColorPASS hangs
at the EFI logo when
powered on.
Probable cause
UIB cable connection
to the top panel is
faulty.
Connection to the UIB
board are faulty or the
UIB board has failed.
Faulty Operation panel
board.
ColorPASS system software is corrupted or not
installed on the HDD.
Suggested action
• Check the UIB cable connections to the top
panel and UIB board.
• Check the connection between the
motherboard and UIB board.
• If the problem persists, replace the UIB board
• Replace the top panel.
• Restore the system software backup using the
Restore Backup function from the Service
menu.
• If the problem persists, install system software
from the CD.
“Loading...” hangs on
ColorPASS system soft- • Restore the system software backup using the
the Control Panel.
ware is corrupted or not
Restore Backup function from the Service
installed on the hard
menu.
disk drive.
• If the problem persists, install system software
from the CD.
Cable connections to
• Check cable connections to the HDD.
the HDD are loose or
• If the problem persists, you may need to refaulty.
place the HDD cable or the HDD.
Startup diagnostics con- HDD is not installed
• Check cable connections to the HDD.
tinue to run.
properly.
• If the problem persists, you may need to replace the HDD.
• Make sure the copier interface cables are conCheck power & cable
Problem with the connected to the ColorPASS and the copier.
appears in the
nection between the
• Power the ColorPASS and the copier off and
ColorPASS Control
ColorPASS and the
then power them back on again.
Panel.
copier.
• Print a Test Page.
• If this does not correct the problem, you may
need to replace the copier interface cables.
Copier is not turned on • Power on the copier and print a Test Page.
when trying to print.
Faulty video board.
• Run Test I/F board from the Functions menu.
• If the diagnostics indicate that the video board
is bad, replace the board.
Cannot find bootable
System software is cor- • Reinstall system software.
media is displayed on
rupted on the HDD.
the ColorPASS Control
Panel.
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3 Checking the Entire ColorPASS System
This phase of troubleshooting deals with problems with the entire system. These procedures should be run after verifying that the ColorPASS functions properly as a stand-alone
unit.
3.1 Checking the Copier Interface
After the ColorPASS starts up successfully as a stand-alone unit, power off the
ColorPASS and connect the copier interface cables. Make sure the ColorPASS is working
properly with the copier before you connect it to the network. See “Connecting to the
copier” on page 3-3.
3.1.1 Printing the ColorPASS Test Page
Before connecting the ColorPASS to the network, print the Test Page to verify that the
ColorPASS is connected properly to the copier. The Test Page is a color file that resides on
the ColorPASS hard disk drive.
a. To Print a Test Page from the Control Panel
1. Power on the copier and allow it to warm up.
2. Power on the ColorPASS from the power switch on the side panel.
Messages appear on the Control Panel as the ColorPASS runs through its diagnostics.
3. Before proceeding, make sure that the copier is not in use. The ColorPASS Info screen
should read Idle.
4. At the Idle screen, press the menu button once (see “Using the Control Panel” on page
3-8). The Functions menu is shown below:
Print Pages
Suspend Printing
Resume Printing
Shut Down
Functions
Use the up and down buttons to
scroll through these options. Use
the line selection buttons to the
right to select Print Pages.
Clear Server
Run Setup
Run Diagnostics
Calibration
Functions
F05-301-01
5. Press the line selection button to the right of Print Pages and then select Test Page.
The ColorPASS sends the Test Page to the copier and displays the RIP and Print status
screens so you can monitor the job.
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6. Examine the quality of the Test Page from the copier.
The Test Page confirms that the ColorPASS print engine is functional and that the connection between the ColorPASS and the copier is good. The next step is to check the
ColorPASS Test Scan/Print function.
3.1.2 Checking Scanning and Printing
The Test Scan/Print function scans whatever is placed on the copier glass and prints it to
the copier. This test can be used to check the scanning capabilities of the ColorPASS. You
can compare the original with the output to make sure the connection between the
ColorPASS and the copier is working properly.
a. To Run Test Scan/Print
1. Place the document that you want to scan on the copier glass.
2. At the Idle screen, press the menu button once to display the Functions menu.
Print Pages
Suspend Printing
Resume Printing
Shut Down
Functions
Clear Server
Run Setup
Run Diagnostics
Calibration
Functions
Use the line selection
button to the right to
select Run Diagnostics.
F05-301-02
3. Select Run Diagnostics from the Functions menu.
4. At the Diagnostics screen, select Test Scan/Print.
The message Scanning from copier and printing.... is displayed.
Test Scan/Print
Test I/F board
Select Test Scan/Print
Functions
F05-301-03
5. When the ColorPASS is finished printing, compare the output from the copier to the
original.
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3.2 Checking Network Connections
After the ColorPASS is connected to networked computers, printing problems may arise
if the network hardware or software is not set up properly or does not match network settings on the ColorPASS. Problems may also arise when printing from a specific application
or printing a particular file.
Most of these problems show up as printing problems, and do not necessarily indicate a
ColorPASS malfunction. The customer’s network administrator can eliminate many printing
problems without requiring you to make a service call. The network administrator deals
with:
• Network connection problems that result in the ColorPASS not appearing in the printer
list on the customer’s workstation.
Memo
If the ColorPASS does not appear in the list of printers on the network,
there may be another device on the network with the same Ethernet hardware address.
• Conflicting network settings in Setup and on the customer’s workstation
• Printing problems caused by the inappropriate Setup options
• Application-specific printing errors caused by missing or incorrectly placed printer description files.
3.3 Printing to the ColorPASS
If the user can print the ColorPASS Test Page, but cannot print a job from a computer on
the network, you may have to make a service call. However, first make sure the network administrator has:
• Checked all components of the network including cables, connectors, terminators, network adapter boards, and network drivers
• Activated the network and used it to communicate with other printers
• Checked the corrective actions listed in the Printing Guide
• Confirmed that the applicable network settings in Setup (such as AppleTalk zone, IP
address, Subnet mask, and Gateway address) match the settings used in the network
When you make a service call, check the back panel of the ColorPASS to make sure that
the appropriate network connections are in place.
Intermittent print quality and color quality problems are difficult to trace. Before you try
to troubleshoot print quality problems, copy a color test page to make sure that the copier
itself does not need servicing or adjusting.
EPS file generation is not completely standardized among applications.
Some users may encounter problems while printing certain EPS files.
Memo
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PARTS CATALOG
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CHAPTER 6 PARTS CATALOG
COLORPASS Z40E/PS-NX40W
FIGURE 100
PS-NX40W
16
15
19
17
13
20
3
9
2
5
4
8
18
7
14
12
10
11
A
1
A
6
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FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
100
-
NPN
R
A
N
K
Q’
T
Y
RF
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL NUMBER /
REMARKS
COLORPASS-Z40/PS-NX40
1
FE1-5265-000
1
MOTHERBOARD PCB ASSEMBLY
2
FE1-5391-000
1
VIDEO BOARD PCB ASS'Y
3
FE1-5392-000
1
UIB PCB ASSEMBLY
4
FE1-5396-000
1
ETHERNET PCB ASSEMBLY
5
FE1-5397-000
1
SCSI PCB ASSEMBLY
6
FE1-5267-000
1
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
7
FE1-5266-000
1
CPU UNIT
8
FE1-5393-000
1
CPU FAN
9
FE1-5215-000
1
DIMM, 128MB
10
FE1-5399-000
2
FAN
11
FE1-5394-000
1
HDD UNIT, 6.0GB
12
FE1-5277-000
1
CABLE, HDD
13
FE1-5406-000
1
CABLE, UIB
14
FE1-5400-000
1
BIOS CHIP
15
FE1-5395-000
1
COVER, TOP
16
FE1-5401-000
1
POWER CORD, 120V
FE1-5402-000
1
POWER CORD, 230V
FE1-5403-000
1
POWER CORD, 230V
17
FE1-5404-000
1
POWER CORD, 100V
18
FE1-5405-000
1
CABLE, INTERFACE, COPIER
19
FE1-5381-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z40E, USA
FE1-5382-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z40E, AMS
FE1-5383-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z40E, FRN
FE1-5384-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z40E, GER
FE1-5385-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z40E, ITA
FE1-5386-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, NX40W, ENG
FE1-5387-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, NX40W, JPN
FE1-5388-000
1
CD-ROM, SYSTEM S/W, Z40E
FE1-5389-000
1
CD-ROM, SYSTEM S/W, NX40W
20
6-2
PART NUMBER
120V
COLORPASS
220/240V
COLORPASS
220/240V
PS-NX
100V
USA
COLORPASS
AMS
COLORPASS
FRN
COLORPASS
GER
COLORPASS
ITA
COLORPASS
UK
PS-NX
JPN
PS-NX
ROMAN
COLORPASS
ROMAN
PS-NX
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FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
100
- 26
PART NUMBER
FE1-5390-000
R
A
N
K
Q’
T
Y
1
DESCRIPTION
CD-ROM, SYSTEM S/W, NX40W
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SERIAL NUMBER /
REMARKS
KANJI
PS-NX
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CHAPTER 6 PARTS CATALOG
COLORPASS Z20E/PS-NX20W
FIGURE 101
PS-NX20W
16
15
19
13
20
3
9
2
5
4
8
18
7
14
12
10
11
A
1
A
6
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FIGURE
&
KEY NO.
100
-
PART NUMBER
NPN
R
A
N
K
Q’
T
Y
RF
DESCRIPTION
COLORPASS-Z20/PS-NX20
1
FE1-5265-000
1
MOTHERBOARD PCB ASSEMBLY
2
FE1-5391-000
1
VIDEO BOARD PCB ASS'Y
3
FE1-5392-000
1
UIB PCB ASSEMBLY
4
FE1-5396-000
1
ETHERNET PCB ASSEMBLY
5
FE1-5397-000
1
SCSI PCB ASSEMBLY
6
FE1-5267-000
1
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
7
FE1-5266-000
1
CPU UNIT
8
FE1-5393-000
1
CPU FAN
9
FE1-5215-000
1
DIMM, 128MB
10
FE1-5399-000
2
FAN
11
FE1-5394-000
1
HDD UNIT, 6.0GB
12
FE1-5277-000
1
CABLE, HDD
13
FE1-5406-000
1
CABLE, UIB
14
FE1-5398-000
1
BIOS CHIP
15
FE1-5395-000
1
COVER, TOP
16
FE1-5401-000
1
POWER CORD, 120V
FE1-5402-000
1
POWER CORD, 230V
FE1-5403-000
1
POWER CORD, 230V
18
FE1-5405-000
1
CABLE, INTERFACE, COPIER
19
FE1-5407-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z20E, USA
FE1-5408-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z20E, AMS
FE1-5409-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z20E, FRN
FE1-5410-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z20E, GER
FE1-5411-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, Z20E, ITA
FE1-5412-000
1
CD-ROM, MEDIAPACK, NX20W, ENG
FE1-5413-000
1
CD-ROM, SYSTEM S/W, Z20E
FE1-5414-000
1
CD-ROM, SYSTEM S/W, NX20W
20
SERIAL NUMBER /
REMARKS
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120V
COLORPASS
220/240V
COLORPASS
220/240V
USA
COLORPASS
AMS
COLORPASS
FRN
COLORPASS
GER
COLORPASS
ITA
PS-NX
UK
PS-NX
ROMAN
COLORPASS
ROMAN
PS-NX
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APPENDIX
1 Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Celeron 433MHz CPU
128MB RAM
6.0GB hard disk drive
Supports AppleTalk, TCP/IP, and IPX protocols simultaneously
Supports SNAP frame type using both Ethernet and Token Ring ports
Supports thinnet unshielded twisted pair (Fast Ethernet 100BaseTX or Ethernet
10BaseT)
Supports Adobe PostScript 3
Includes 136 fonts (126 Adobe Type 1 PostScript and 10 TrueType)
In addition, two Adobe Multiple Master fonts are included and are used for font substitution in PDF files.
Built-in ColorWise® color management and NetWise ™ networking management
Fiery WebTools™
ColorWise Pro Tools™ , Fiery Downloader™ , Fiery Link™ , and Fiery Spooler™
(Mac OS only) client utilities
Fiery Scan™ plug in
Command WorkStation (Windows only) software
Supports Token Ring networking (available as an option)
Supports FreeForm (available as an option)
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APPENDIX
2 Special Tools
You will need the following tool in addition to the special tools set.
No.
Special tool
1
Wrist strap
Tool No.
CK-0534-000
2
CK-0504-000
IC-removing tool
Shade
Rank*
A
Remarks
B
T0A-200-01
*See Memo.
Memo
A-2
A: Each service person is expected to carry one.
B: Each group of five service persons is expected to carry one.
C: Each workshop is expected to carry one.
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