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Muratec MFX-2500 Specifications
MFX-2500
FIELD ENGINEERING MANUAL
North American version 1.0
(Febrary. 29 2000)
MURATA MACHINERY, LTD
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT DIV.
Safety Information
Laser Safety
This is a digital machine which prints by means of a laser. There is no possibility of danger from the laser,
provided the machine is operated according to the instructions in this manual.
Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing, the laser beam
cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
This machine is certified as a Class 1 product. This means the machine does not produce hazardous laser
radiation.
CAUTION: The use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Because of this, Minolta
strongly recommends that you operate your copy machine only as described in this
documentation.
Internal Laser Radiation
Maximum Average Radiation Power: 36.7µW at laser aperture of the print head unit
Wavelength: 770-810nm
This product employs a Class IIIb Laser Diode that emits an invisible laser beam.
The Laser Diode and Scanning Polygon Mirror are incorporated in the print head unit.
The print head unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM.
Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under any circumstances.
Laser Aperture of the Print Head Unit
This figure shows the view inside the Right Side Door with the Imaging Unit removed.
For United States
CDRH regulation
This copier is certified as a Class 1 Laser product under the Radiation Performance Standard according to
the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1990. Compliance is mandatory for Laser products marketed in the
United States and is reported to the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This means that the device does not produce
hazardous laser radiation.
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The label shown on next page indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to
laser products marketed in the United States.
CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in
this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 5mW and the wavelength is
770-810nm.
For Europe
CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in
this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 5mW and the wavelength is
770-810nm.
For Denmark
ADVARSEL
Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning, når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion.
Undgå udsættelse for stråling.
Klasse 1 laser produkt der opfylder IEC60825 sikkerheds kravene.
For Finland
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
VAROITUS
Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän
turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle.
VARO
Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet alttiina näkymättomälle lasersäteilylle.
Älä katso säteeseen.
For Sweden
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
VARNING
Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i denna bruksanvisning specificerats, kan användaren
utsättas för osynlig laserstrålning, som överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1.
VARNING
Osynlig laserstråining när denna del är öppnad och spärren är urkopplad. Betrakta ej stråien.
For Norway
ADVERSEL
Dersom apparatet brukes på annen måte enn spesifisert i denne bruksanvisning, kan brukeren
utsettes för unsynlig laserstrålning, som overskrider grensen for laser klass 1.
Dette en halveder laser. Maksimal effekt till laserdiode er 5mW og bφlgelengde er 770-810nm.
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Muratec MFX-1500E
General Description
Laser Safety Label
A laser safety label is attached to the outside of the machine as shown below.
ID Label
Laser safety label
IC Label
Label inside copy machine
The following laser safety label will be attached inside the copy machine as shown below.
Please read the following for your own protection.
Caution
Opening the cover indicated by the Caution label may expose you to harmful laser radiation which could
cause damage or loss of eyesight. Do not open the cover when the power is on.
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ALL Areas
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries accordingto the manufacturer’s instructions.
Muratec does not recommend the independent replacement of this battery.
The battery is sold only as a component part of the main control PCB and cannot be purchased
separately from Muratec.
Il y a un danger d'explosion s'il y a un remplacement incorrect de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d'un type recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformement aux instructions du fabricant.
Germany only
VORSICHT!
Explosinsgefahr bei unsachgemäßen austausch der batterie.
Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom hersteller empfohlenen ähnlichen typ. Entsorgung
gebrauchter batterien nach angaben des herstellers.
Denmark only
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandøren.
Norway only
ADVARSEL
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av batteri.
Benytt samme batteritype eller en tilsvarende type anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten.
Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til fabrikantens instruksjoner.
Sweden only
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion.
Finland only
VAROlTUS
Paristo voi räjähtää, los se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin.
Hävitä Käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
ALL Areas
CAUTION
“Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used IC Package according to the manufacturer’s instructions.”
Germany only
VORSICHT!
⇒”Austausch nur durch denselben oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen,
gleichwertigen typ. Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.
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Table of Contents
Section 1 General Description
1.1 Product Description ..............................................................................................................................1-1
1.2 General specifications ..........................................................................................................................1-2
1.3 Scanning specifications ........................................................................................................................1-5
1.4 Printer specifications.............................................................................................................................1-6
1.5 Memory specifications ..........................................................................................................................1-7
1.6 G3 modem section................................................................................................................................1-8
1.7 V.34 HDX modem section ....................................................................................................................1-8
1.8 Features and Functions ........................................................................................................................1-9
1.9 Supply Yields ......................................................................................................................................1-13
1.10 Option ...............................................................................................................................................1-14
Section2 Machine Composition
2.1 Interconnect Block Diagram (Scanner).................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Interconnect Block Diagram (Printer)....................................................................................................2-5
2.3 Scanning Section..................................................................................................................................2-9
2.4 Recording Section ..............................................................................................................................2-14
Section3 Software adjustment ................................................3-1
3.1 Field Service Program Modes ..............................................................................................................3-1
3.2 Machine Parameter Adjustment ...........................................................................................................3-2
3.3 Memory Switch Adjustment ................................................................................................................3-79
3.4 Clear Programmed Data / User Settings ............................................................................................3-96
3.5 All RAM Clear .....................................................................................................................................3-97
3.6 Setting Individual Autodialer Attributes ...............................................................................................3-97
3.7 Unique Switch Adjustment................................................................................................................3-100
3.8 Print Program Mode List ...................................................................................................................3-122
3.9 Test Modes .......................................................................................................................................3-122
3.10 Print Machine Parameters, Memory Switch and Unique Switch Settings.......................................3-125
3.11 Factory Functions ...........................................................................................................................3-125
3.12 Line Tests .......................................................................................................................................3-131
3.13 Mirror Carriage Transfer Mode .......................................................................................................3-135
3.14 Consumable order sheet ................................................................................................................3-136
3.15 DRAM Clear....................................................................................................................................3-139
3.16 Clear Life Monitor ...........................................................................................................................3-140
3.17 Set Service Code............................................................................................................................3-140
3.18 Printer Trouble Reset......................................................................................................................3-141
3.19 Clear Optional Data ........................................................................................................................3-141
3.20 JP1, JP2 Battery Backup ................................................................................................................3-141
3.21 Update the software........................................................................................................................3-142
Section4 Troubleshooting Procedures...................................4-1
4.1 Troubleshooting Outline........................................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Document Feeder Jam .........................................................................................................................4-2
4.3 Document Feeder Multi-feeding or Skew .............................................................................................4-2
4.4 Mirror Carriage Error.............................................................................................................................4-2
4.5 Transmit Error.......................................................................................................................................4-3
4.6 Transmit Black Lines ............................................................................................................................4-3
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4.7 Cannot transmit ....................................................................................................................................4-3
4.8 Receive Errors ......................................................................................................................................4-3
4.9 Will not Auto-Answer ............................................................................................................................4-4
4.10 Recording paper misfeed....................................................................................................................4-5
4.11 Error Codes ......................................................................................................................................4-19
4.12 Service Call Error..............................................................................................................................4-22
4.13 Image Failure....................................................................................................................................4-35
Section5 Maintenance & Adjustment......................................5-1
5.1 Maintenance schedule..........................................................................................................................5-2
5.2 Re/Disassemble..................................................................................................................................5-18
5.3 Adjustment..........................................................................................................................................5-81
5.3.1 Printer registration (top)...............................................................................................................5-81
5.3.2 Printer registration (side) .............................................................................................................5-82
5.3.3 FBS registration (top) ..................................................................................................................5-83
5.3.4 FBS registration (side).................................................................................................................5-84
5.3.5 ADF registration (top) ..................................................................................................................5-85
5.3.6 ADF registration (side) ................................................................................................................5-86
5.3.7 FBS zoom adjustment (Vertical)..................................................................................................5-87
5.3.8 FBS zoom adjustment (Horizontal) .............................................................................................5-88
5.3.9 ADF zoom adjustment (Vertical) .................................................................................................5-89
5.3.10 ADF zoom adjustment (Horizontal) ...........................................................................................5-90
5.3.11 Adjust the image deformation caused by Mirror carriage A and B at the incorrect position......5-91
5.3.12 Adjustment of the position of Mirror carriage A and B ...............................................................5-93
5.3.13 Adjustment of height of ADF......................................................................................................5-94
5.3.14 Adjustment of the skew on the ADF ..........................................................................................5-95
5.3.15 Adjustment of the platen cover position.....................................................................................5-96
5.3.17 Adjustment of Retard roller pressure.........................................................................................5-97
Section6 Options ......................................................................6-1
6.1 Memory Upgrade ..................................................................................................................................6-2
6.2 Telephone Handset ..............................................................................................................................6-4
6.2.1 Attaching the optional handset ..........................................................................................................6-5
6.2.2 Adjusting handset ..............................................................................................................................6-5
6.3 Mechanical Page Counter ....................................................................................................................6-7
6.3 Attaching the optional page counter .....................................................................................................6-8
6.4 PAPER FEED UNIT..............................................................................................................................6-9
6.5 Large Capacity Cassette ....................................................................................................................6-25
6.6 2-Bin/Shift Tray Unit............................................................................................................................6-54
6.7 Duplex Unit .........................................................................................................................................6-74
6.8 Second phone line ..............................................................................................................................6-88
6.9 RS-232C Interface ..............................................................................................................................6-96
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Section 1
General Description
1.1 Product Description
The MFX-2500 is Multi-function product with flat bed scanner and Group 3 and V.34 HDX modem facsimile
machine. Documents are printed on plain paper using dry electrophotographic printing.
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General Description
Muratec MFX-2500
1.2 General specifications
Item
Type
Telephone network
Compatibility
Coding method
Communication method
Modem
Dual Access
Display
Scanning method
Printing method
Effective scanning width
Printing margin
Acceptable document size
Specifications / Comments
Multi-function product with flatbed scanner.
Group 3 and V.34 HDX console type facsimile with high-speed facsimile
transmitter and receiver.
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) or equivalent.
ITU-T T.4 and T.30
ITU-T-standard JBIG, MH, MR and MMR, Murata-proprietary MSE.
• Full-duplex per ITU-T V.34 (only for control channel)
• Half-duplex per ITU-T V.34, V.17, V.29, V.27ter and V.21
• 33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800, 14400,
12000, 9600, 7200, 4800 and 2400 bps per ITU-T V.34.
Control signal speed is 1200 or 2400 bps.
• 14400, 12000, 9600, 7200, 4800 and 2400 bps with automatic fallback
per ITU-T, V.17, V.29, V.27ter and V21.
Control signal speed is 300 bps.
Allows up to four simultaneous operations
LCD: 9 lines, 26 characters per line.
Language: English/French/Spanish
CCD
Dry electrophotographic printer
214 mm (8.4″), 277 mm (10.9″) (User selectable)
Upper: 4 mm, Lower: 4 mm, Right: 4 mm, Left: 4 mm
ADF (Auto Document Feeder) section
Document size (Width × Length)
Single sheet
Max: 300 mm(11.8″) × 900 mm(35.4″) (Tx)
300 mm(11.8″) × 450 mm(17.7″) (Copy)
Min: 120 mm(4.7″) × 100 mm(3.9″)
Two or more sheets
Max: 279 mm(11.0″) × 432 mm(17.0″)
Min: 216 mm(5.8″) × 139 mm(4.1″)
Document thickness
2
Single sheet:
30.2g-104.7g/m
2
Two or more sheets: 52.3g-104.7g/ m
FBS (Flatbed scanner) section (Width × Length)
Max: 279 mm(11.0″) × 432 mm(17.0″)
Min: No limit
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Muratec MFX-2500
Item
Acceptable recording paper
size
General Description
Specifications / Comments
1st cassette (Multi purpose cassette):
For fax reception:
Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
Half-letter(SEF/LEF)
For copying:
Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
Half-letter(SEF/LEF), A3(SEF), B4(SEF),
A4(SEF/LEF), B5(SEF/LEF), A5(SEF/LEF),
A6(SEF), F4(SEF), Postcard(SEF), Customsized**, DL(SEF), COM10(SEF),
Monarch(SEF), Executive(SEF/LEF)
2nd/3rd*/4th*/5th* cassette:
For fax transmission: Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF)
For copying:
Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
A3(SEF), B4(SEF), A4(SEF/LEF), F4(SEF)
Large Capacity Cassette*: Letter(LEF)
Bypass tray*:
Acceptable recording paper
type
Document Memory
Error Correction Mode
(ECM)
Operating environment
Power requirements
Power consumption
Same paper sizes are available as 1st cassette for
copying.
1st cassette: Plain paper, PasteBoard/Labels, Transparency,
Envelope/Postcard
2nd/3rd*/4th*/5th* cassette:
Plain paper
Large Capacity Cassette*:
Plain paper
Bypass tray*:
Same paper types are available as 1st cassette for
copying.
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Paper weight: 60-90g/m
16MB (1,330 pages)
Transmit and receive
Ambient temperature: 10 °C to 35 °C (50 °F to 95 °F)
Relative humidity: 15 % to 85 % with no condensation
120 VAC ± 10 %; 50-60 Hz
Standby:
TBD W
Memory Transmit:TBD W
Receive:
TBD W
Copy:
TBD W
Maximum:
TBD W
(Simultaneous copying, communicating and scanning)
*: Option
**: Width: 140 mm(5.5″) to 432 mm(17.0″), Length: 90 mm(3.6″) to 297 mm(11.7″)
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General Description
Item
Muratec MFX-2500
Specifications / Comments
Dimensions: 603 (W) × 671 (D) × 751 (H) mm
Weight
67.7 Kg (148.9 lb)
Weight includes: a toner bottle, a drum cartridge, Multi purpose cassette,
2nd cassette
Keypad layout
TBD
Body Color
Muratec light gray (91-242)
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Muratec MFX-2500
General Description
1.3 Scanning specifications
Item
Scanning method
Acceptable document size
Document feeding direction
(ADF)
Document size autodetection
Scanning width
Scanning resolution
Specifications / Comments
CCD
ADF (Auto Document Feeder) section
Document size (Width × Length)
Single sheet
Max: 300 mm(11.8″) × 900 mm(35.4″) (Tx)
300 mm(11.8″) × 450 mm(17.7″) (Copy)
Min: 120 mm(4.7″) × 100 mm(3.9″)
Two or more sheets
Max: 279 mm(11.0″) × 432 mm(17.0″)
Min: 216 mm(5.8″) × 139 mm(4.1″)
Document thickness
2
Single sheet:
30.2g-104.7g/m
2
Two or more sheets: 52.3g-104.7g/ m
FBS (Flatbed scanner) section (Width × Length)
Max: 279 mm(11.0″) × 432 mm(17.0″)
Min: No limit
Face up
ADF section: Yes (Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
Half-letter(SEF/LEF))
FBS section: Yes (Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
Half-letter(SEF/LEF))
214 mm (8.4″), 277 mm (10.9″) (User selectable)
Transmission:
Normal:
8 dots/mm × 3.85 lines/mm
(203 dpi × 98 lpi)
Fine:
8 dots/mm × 7.7 lines/mm
(203 dpi × 196 lpi)
SuperFine: *16 dots/mm × 15.4 lines/mm
(406 dpi × 392 lpi)
Grayscale (Memory Tx): 8 dots/mm × 7.7 lines/mm
(203 dpi × 196 lpi)
Grayscale (Feeder Tx): *16 dots/mm × 15.4 lines/mm (406 dpi × 392 lpi)
*: In the case that the remote fax has the ability of “16 dots/mm × 15.4 lines/mm”.
If not, the super fine resolution is 8 dots/mm × 15.4 lines/mm, and the
grayscale resolution in feeder transmission is 8 dots/mm × 7.7 lines/mm.
Scanning contrast
Grayscale
Automatic document feeder
(ADF) capacity
Document scanning time
Copy:
Normal:
N/A
Fine:
N/A
SuperFine:
600 dpi × 600 lpi
Grayscale:
600 dpi × 600 lpi
Other:
400 dpi × 400 lpi (Selectable by user setting.)
5 levels (Auto/Manual adjustment)
256 levels
Letter: 50 sheets / Legal: 50 sheets
Ledger (11″×17″): 30 sheets
Transmission:
Normal:
0.8 sec/page
Fine:
0.8 sec/page
Super fine:
1.7 sec/page
Grayscale(Memory Tx): 0.8 sec/page
Grayscale(Feeder Tx): 1.7 sec/page
Copy:
Super fine:
2.6 sec/page
Grayscale:
2.6 sec/page
Other (400 dpi):
1.7 sec/page
(Based on Letter(LEF) blank page)
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General Description
Muratec MFX-2500
1.4 Printer specifications
Item
Printing resolution
Printing method
Fusing method
Printing margin
Printing speed
Acceptable recording paper
size
Specifications / Comments
Laser diode beam scanning
600 dpi × 600 lpi
Dry electrophotographic printer
Heat roller
Upper: 4 mm, Lower: 4 mm, Right: 4 mm, Left: 4 mm
25 ppm (Based on Letter(LEF) paper)
1st cassette (Multi purpose cassette):
For fax reception:
Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
Half-letter(SEF/LEF)
For copying:
Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
Half-letter(SEF/LEF), A3(SEF), B4(SEF),
A4(SEF/LEF), B5(SEF/LEF), A5(SEF/LEF),
A6(SEF), F4(SEF), Postcard(SEF), Customsized**, DL(SEF), COM10(SEF),
Monarch(SEF), Executive(SEF/LEF)
2nd/3rd*/4th*/5th* cassette:
For fax transmission: Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF)
For copying:
Letter(SEF/LEF), Legal(SEF), Ledger(SEF),
A3(SEF), B4(SEF), A4(SEF/LEF), F4(SEF)
Large Capacity Cassette*: Letter(LEF)
Bypass tray*:
Acceptable recording paper
type
Recording paper capacity
Output paper tray capacity
Receive paper feeding
direction
Warm up time
Same paper sizes are available as 1st cassette for
copying.
1st cassette: Plain paper, PasteBoard/Labels, Transparency,
Envelope/Postcard
2nd/3rd*/4th*/5th* cassette:
Plain paper
Large Capacity Cassette*:
Plain paper
Bypass tray*:
Same paper types are available as 1st cassette for
copying.
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Paper weight: 60-90g/m
1st cassette:
250 sheets
2nd/3rd*/4th*/5th* cassette: 500 sheets
Large Capacity Cassette*: 2,500 sheets
Bypass tray*:
1 sheet
250 sheets
Optional 2-Bin tray:
Upper: 100 sheets, Lower: 250 sheets
Face down
Under 60 seconds
*: Option
**: Width: 140 mm(5.5″) to 432 mm(17.0″), Length: 90 mm(3.6″) to 297 mm(11.7″)
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Muratec MFX-2500
General Description
1.5 Memory specifications
Item
Document memory
Document stored capacity
Document memory backup
Memory usage indication
Option memory upgrade
Built-in
Connector
P5A
8 MB
—
8 MB
+ 8 MB
8 MB
+ 8 MB
8 MB
+ 8 MB
8 MB
+ 24 MB
Specifications / Comments
16 MB (Standard)
Optional memory upgrade: See the table below.
1,330 pages
(Total memory capacity : Backup time)
16 MB: 60 hours
24 MB: 36 hours
40 MB: 12 hours
56 MB: 5 hours
The backup battery requires about 48 hours to reach full charge after
power to the fax unit is restored.
Shows on the LCD
Connector
P5B
—
—
+ 8 MB
+ 24 MB
+ 24 MB
Total memory
8 MB (8192 KB)
16 MB (16384 KB)
24 MB (24576 KB)
40 MB (40960 KB)
56 MB (57644 KB)
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←Standard
General Description
Muratec MFX-2500
1.6 G3 modem section
Transmission mode
Modulation method
Transmission speed
(bit/s)
Modulation speed
(baud)
Carrier frequency (Hz)
Detection method
Automatic equalizer
Transmission mode
Modulation method
Transmission speed
(bit/s)
Modulation speed
(baud)
Carrier frequency (Hz)
128 Pt. TCM
14400
V.17
64 Pt. TCM
32 Pt. TCM
12000
9600
2400
2400
16 Pt. TCM
7200
2400
2400
1800
Synchronism
Automatic adaptive equalizer
V.29
16 Pt. QAM
8 Pt. QAM
9600
7200
2400
2400
V.27ter
8 Pt. PhM
4 Pt. PhM
4800
2400
1600
1700
Detection method
Automatic equalizer
V.21
FSK
300
1200
1800
300
f (0) = 1850
f (1) = 1650
FS
None
Synchronism
Automatic adaptive equalizer
1.7 V.34 HDX modem section
Transmission mode
Modulation method
Transmission speed
(bit/s)
Symbol rate (baud)
33600
31200
28800
V.34
TCM
26400
24000
None
3429 baud: 1959 high, 1959 low
3200 baud: 1920 high, 1829 low
3000 baud: 2000 high, 1800 low
2800 baud: 1867 high, 1680 low
2400 baud: 1800 high, 1600 low
Synchronism
Automatic adaptive equalizer
Carrier frequency (Hz)
Detection method
Automatic equalizer
Carrier frequency (Hz)
Detection method
Automatic equalizer
14400
12000
19200
3429
3200
3000
2800
None
None
None
Transmission mode
Modulation method
Transmission speed
(bit/s)
Symbol rate (baud)
21600
V.34
TCM
9600
7200
4800
3429
3200
3000
2800
2400
3429 baud: 1959 high, 1959 low
3200 baud: 1920 high, 1829 low
3000 baud: 2000 high, 1800 low
2800 baud: 1867 high, 1680 low
2400 baud: 1800 high, 1600 low
Synchronism
Automatic adaptive equalizer
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2400
None
None
None
None
2400
16800
Muratec MFX-2500
General Description
1.8 Features and Functions
1.8.1 Dialer
Item
Autodialer
Programmable one-touch.
Soft key
Macro key
Telephone index
Type of dialing
Dialing pause time
Redial
PIN access
On-hook dialing
Dialing in the event of a
power failure
Specifications / Comments
300 total; 78 one-touch, 222 speed dial.
(Up to 40 digits per location; 24 characters per location ID)
6 total
The programmable one-touch keys simplify complex fax operation.
The following multi-step operations can be programmed.
Fax communication
• Delayed transmission
• Broadcasting
• Regular polling
• Batch transmission
• F-code transmission
• F-code polling
4 total
Fax communication
Set the following On/Off operation into the Soft keys.
• Memory transmission on/off (Default setting)
• Transmission confirmation stamp on/off (Default setting)
• Confirmation report on/off (Default setting)
• Hook/Call request (Default setting)
• Cover page on/off
• TTI on/off
Copy
Pressing the soft key, the following copy setting display will appear.
• Combine
• Repeat
• Series copy
• Erasing boarder
• Erasing center
• Binding margin
• Directional magnification
• Positive/negative copy
• Duplex (with optional Duplex unit)
• Booklet (with optional Duplex unit)
6 total
The macro keys simplify multiple fax or copy operations.
Up to 60 steps can be programmed in one macro key.
Up to 130 characters can be entered in the title of the macro key.
Select autodialer entries in LCD by Location ID name.
Tone or pulse (10 pps)
2-10 seconds. (Initial setting: 2 seconds)
Auto redial in fax mode, programmable for 2 to 15 attempts (default: 2) at
1 to 5 minutes intervals (default: 1); manual last-number redial.
Available
Available
Works only if the handset is attached.
The fax can receive a telephone call, but it cannot send or receive a fax
message.
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General Description
Muratec MFX-2500
1.8.2 Fax Transmitting
Item
Transmit Terminal Identifier
(TTI)
Memory transmission
Feeder transmission
Quick memory transmission
Rotate transmission
Delayed transmission
Broadcasting
Relay broadcast / Relay
broadcast initiation
(ITU-T sub-address
compatible)
Group communication
SecureMail transmission
(ITU-T sub-address
compatible))
Delayed commands
Security transmission
Batch transmission
Numbering pages
Cover page
Department code
Call request
Specifications / Comments
Alphanumeric or symbol, up to 22 characters.
Subscriber ID: Numeric, up to 20 characters
3 patterns of TTI can be registered.
Available.
Available.
Available.
Available. (Letter only)
Programmable up to 31 days in advance.
Up to 330 locations.(78 one-touch, 222 speed dial and 30 normally dial).
Specify up to 300 numbers for remote “hub” unit using a one-touch key, a
speed-dial number or a call group number.
When receiving a document via ITU-T sub-addressing from another
machine to F-Code relay box, your fax machine will relay it to other
machine you set up on your relay box.
Also, you can send (relay broadcast initiation) the document to hub
machine’s F-Code box with ITU-T sub-address and you get the hub
machine relayed it to other machine.
Allows multiple broadcasting or polling locations to be placed in up to 32
call groups. Up to 300 locations can be placed in a group.
ITU-T sub-address: Up to 20 characters.
ITU-T password: Up to 20 characters.
Store up to 100 delayed commands.
Compares the last 4 numbers of the dialed fax number to the last 4 digits
of the subscriber ID.
5 boxes with a location ID of 24 characters. 40 files per box.
Programmable up to 24 hours per box.
Just before sending a fax, you can set your fax machine to number each
page in order. This will help the recipient keep track of all the pages.
Cover page shows date and time, sender’s name and fax number, and a
40-character user-programmable message.
For tracking transmissions by department.
Hold up to 100 department codes.
During sending or receiving, a voice conversation can be initiated on the
same call after each page is printed.
(Works only if the optional handset is attached.)
Note: Not available at V.34 communication.
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Muratec MFX-2500
General Description
1.8.3 Fax Receiving
Item
Receive mode
Receive reduction rate
Rotate reception
Half-page reception
SecureMail reception
(ITU-T sub-address
compatible)
Block junk fax
Closed network
Out of paper reception
Security reception
Distinctive Ring Detection
Number of rings
Remote reception upon
second phone connection
Specifications / Comments
Tel ready, Fax ready, Fax/Tel ready, Tel/Fax ready and Ans/Fax ready
mode; user selectable.
Auto: Automatically reduces printouts from 100 % to 25 %.
Reduction margin: 0-85 mm (Initial setting: 40 mm)
Fixed reduction rate: Select the fixed reduction rates from 100%, 97%,
91%, 81% or 75%.
Available.
Available.
(This feature tells the machine to combine two of half-page receptions onto
a single sheet.)
Up to 50 mailboxes for receiving, 4 digits passcode.
Holds a document up to 31 days (or no limit).
ITU-T sub-address: Up to 20 characters.
ITU-T password: Up to 20 characters.
Ability to reject “junk fax” receptions: user selectable three options.
Specify up to 50 numbers in the blocked numbers list.
Proprietary network option.
Receives up to 250 communications to memory if recording paper or toner
is empty.
You can tell the machine to keep all received faxes in memory (but not
print them) after a certain time; then, later, you instruct it to go ahead and
print out the saved faxes.
Ability to answer on specific ring patterns. User selectable
Select 1 to 10 rings. (Initial setting: 2 rings.)
Fax is activated upon termination of a call that is answered by a telephone
connected to second phone jack.
1.8.4 Polling
Item
Regular polling
Delayed polling
Continuous polling
Database polling
(ITU-T sub-address
compatible)
Polled transmission
Specifications / Comments
Retrieves a document from the remote fax machine.
Programmable up to 31 days in advance.
Retrieves continuously a document from any remote fax machine for the
designed time.
Retrieves a document stored in a memory box in the remote fax machine.
You must enter a ITU-T sub-address and password to retrieve a document
from any remote fax’s memory box.
A remote fax machine retrieves a document stored in your fax machine.
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General Description
Muratec MFX-2500
1.8.5 Copy
Item
FCOT (First Copy Out Time)
Multiple copies
Copy reduction and
enlargement rate
Directional magnification
Copy protect
Copy reservation
Interrupt copy
Rotate copy
Shift sorting
Editing the copy image
Specifications / Comments
TBD
Up to 99
Manual: Reduces/enlarges copies by the 1 % ratio from 400 % to 25 %.
Fixed: Select the fixed rates from 154, 129, 121, 77, 64, 50 %
Reduces/enlarges copies at different ratios horizontally and vertically.
From 25% to 400%
From 0.1″ to 50.0″
Available.
Available, up to 10 jobs.
Available.
Available.
Available (with optional shift tray)
Available the following copy image editing.
• Binding margin: 0 mm to 30 mm (0″ to 1.0″)
Default: 0 mm (0″)
• Erasing center: 1 mm to 50 mm (0.1″ to 2.0″)
Default: 1 mm (0.1″)
• Erasing boarder: 4 mm to 50 mm (0.2″ to 2.0″)
Default: 4 mm (0.2″)
• Series copy
• Combine: 2 in 1, 4 in 1, 8 in 1
• Repeat: 2, 4, 8 repeats
• Separate line (for Combine and Repeat): 0.1 mm to 0.9 mm
(0.01″ to 0.05″)
Default: 0.3 mm (0.01″)
• Booklet copy
• Positive/negative copy
• Duplex copy: Available with optional duplex unit.
Single-sided
two-sided,
Bound documents(Book)
two-sided
Æ
Æ
1.8.6 Other features
Item
Silent operation
Operation protect
Second telephone jack
Daylight saving
Distinctive Ring Detection
Transmission confirmation
stamp
Specifications / Comments
Available
Not Available
Available
Available
Available
If you set, it will automatically place a small stamp mark on the front of
each original document that it successfully scans.
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Muratec MFX-2500
General Description
1.8.7 Reports
Report
One-touch dial list
Speed dial list
Programmable one-touch
list
Group number list
User settings list
Command list
Confirmation report
Activity journal
Cover page
Batch transmission box list
Batch transmission file list
Department time list
F-code box list
F-code box file list
F-code reception message
Blocked numbers list
Function list
Power failure report
Check message
Machine setting list
Fax setting list
Copy setting list
Macros list
Fax Forward list
Description
Prints numbers stored in the one-touch keys.
Prints phone numbers stored in speed dial locations.
Prints numbers stored in programmable one-touch keys.
Prints groups stored in the autodialer.
Prints current machine settings as programmed by the user.
Prints the delayed commands.
Transmit Confirmation Report (TCR) or Receive Confirmation Report
(RCR); User selectable on/off.
Prints a cumulative total of the last about 100 transmissions and/or
receptions; user selectable as manual or automatic.
Transmit cover page showing date, receiver’s and sender’s names, and a
40-character user-programmable message.
Batch transmission boxes stored remote fax number and transmit starting
time.
Print the files number list of documents stored in the batch transmission
box.
Print the total communication time and quantity of pages printed for each
department code.
List of F-code boxes stored in fax machine.
Print the box and files number list of documents stored in the F-code box.
Notifies of F-code box receptions.
List of the blocked number.
Prints a program mode list showing user programming tree.
Prints if any documents in memory were erased due to power failure.
Prints if communication error occurs; accompanied by audible alarm.
Prints current machine settings as programmed by user.
Prints current fax settings as programmed by user.
Prints current copy settings as programmed by user.
Prints a list of Macro titles.
Print the Fax Forward patterns.
1.9 Supply Yields
Item
Toner bottle
Drum cartridge
Image transfer roller
Document separator roller
Retard roller
Paper pick up roller
Paper dust remover
Fuser unit
Ozone filter
Exposure lamp
Stamp
Specifications / Comments
11,000 pages (All yields based on letter-sized sheets, 6 % document
coverage and three-page interval printing.)
67,000 pages
150,000 pages
100,000 pages
100,000 pages
120,000 pages
120,000 pages
300,000 pages
100,000 pages
1,000 hours (continuous lighting)
3,000 times
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General Description
Muratec MFX-2500
1.10 Option
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Item
Shift tray
2-Bin tray
Handset
Mechanical page counter
Memory
Paper feed unit
Large capacity cassette
Printer controller Kit
Network printer Kit
RS-232C interface
Second phone line kit
Bypass tray
Duplex unit
Specifications / Comments
Yes
Yes
Mark-4 simple type (without numeric keypad)
6 digits
8 MB, 24 MB (See the table on page 1-6.)
500 sheets × 3
2,500 sheets × 1
Yes (OP-100)
Yes (NP-200)
Yes
Yes (AL-250)
Yes
Yes
1
13
12
2
11
3
9
10
4
5
7
6
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Section2
Machine Composition
2.1 Interconnect Block Diagram (Scanner)
See next page.
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1/3
2-2
2/3
2-3
3/3
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2.2 Interconnect Block Diagram (Printer)
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2-6
2-7
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2.3 Scanning Section
2.3.1 ADF Section
When a document is placed into the document feeder, Document Sensor 1 (DS1) is activated and you will
hear the short beep. The width of document is detected by DB4 and DA3 sensors and length of document
is detected by DADFA3 and DADFLEG sensors.
Document separation is the process that allows a multi-page document to go through the scanner one
page at a time. Separation occurs through the action of the separator roller and retard roller.
As shows in the illustrations, documents in the feeder are pressed against the separator roller. The bottom
document is separated from the remaining documents by the friction of the retard roller.
Following document separation, the feed roller causes the document to advance. As it advances, the
leading edge of the document activates the Document Sensor 2 (DS2) sensor. Once DS2 is activated, the
feed roller continues to rotate until the document reaches the scan wait position. The machine uses the
distance from DS2 to the scan wait position and the diameter of the feed roller to determine the number of
rotations necessary to feed the document to the scan wait position.
When the document reaches the scan wait position, the machine waits for the next command. It will start
scanning the document when either the start or copy key is pressed. The light from the scanner lamp
strikes the face of the document and is reflected into the lens through mirrors A, B, and C. In case the light
intensity along the length of the scanner lamp is not uniform, shading compensation is provided to ensure
even illumination.
As the reflected image passes through the lens, it is focused onto the charged coupled device (CCD).
The CCD then converts the dark and light areas of the image into electrical impulses, or image data.
When DS2 detects the trailing edge of the document, the image signal output is turned off. The scanner
continues to remain active for a few more seconds in case there is another document to follow.
Document scanning in ADF section
The scanned document is discharged through the document exit by the exit roller
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2.3.2 FBS section
• Light reflected from the original passes through three mirrors and a lens to form a reduced image on the
CCD Sensor as the Scanner is moved by the Scanner Motor. The CCD sensor converts the light pattern
(image data) into an electrical image signal.
• The electrical image signal is then output to the Main Board.
1. Exposure Lamp
3. FBS Motor
5. CCD Board (CCD) and Lens
7. B4 sensor
9. Mirrors Carriage A
11. Scanner Home Position Sensor
13. Mirrors Carriage B
2. Original length detecting sensor (Multi Beam sensor)
4. Inverter Board
6. Scanner End Position Sensor
8. A4 sensor
10. Mirror A
12. Mirror B and C
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2.3.2.1 Exposure Section: Construction and Function
1 Reflector Tape
When a book or other bound original is copied, the paper in the area near the binding generally fails to
come flush against the glass, so that the copy of these areas is generally too dark. The Reflector Tape
reduces this problem by reflecting light from the Exposure Lamp onto these areas of the original.
2 Exposure Lamp
A fluorescent lamp is used to illuminate the original.
3 Mirror A
Directs the reflected light from the original to the Mirror B.
2.3.2.2 Original Size Detection
• When the machine is in Auto Paper or Auto Size, the original length detecting sensor mounted in the
FBS section receive light reflected off the original to allow the machine to determine the original length
size. And the CCD detects original width by reflecting light from the Exposure Lamp.
<Original Size Identification: Inch Areas>
Multi Beam Sensor
(Detect length of original)
Original Size
Control Signal
MB2
MB1
MB0
Letter L
–
Letter C
–
Legal L
–
Half Letter L
–
Half Letter C
–
–
11×17 L





: Detected by multi beam sensor or CCD, –: Not used;
<Original Size Identification: Metric Areas>
Original Size
Beam Sensor
(Detect length of original)
A3L
A4L
A4C
A5L
A5C
B4L
B5L
B5C


CCD
(Detect width of original)






L: Lengthwise
CCD
(Detect width of original)









: Detected by beam sensor or CCD;
L: Lengthwise
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; C: Crosswise
; C: Crosswise
2.3.2.3 Original Size Detection Timing
The copier CPU affirms and resets the readings of the original size at the following timings.
• Takes size readings:
When the BIS sensor is deactivated.
• Affirms size readings:
When the Start key is pressed with the BIS sensor activated or the APS sensor deactuated.
• Resets size readings:
When the APS sensor is deactuated.
Magnet
BIS sensor
APS sensor
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2.3.2.4 Mirror Carriage A and Mirror Carriage B Moving Mechanism
<Mirror Carriage Ar>
• During a scan, the Mirror Carriage A projects an even amount of light from the Exposure Lamp onto the
entire surface of the original. The light is reflected from the original to the Mirror A of the Mirror Carriage
A and then to the Mirror B and Mirror C of the Mirrors Carriage B.
• The Mirror Carriage A is driven by the FBS Motor and front and rear Scanner Drive belts.
• Scanner speed is determined by the set zoom ratio in reference to the full size mode.
• The Mirror Carriage A is at home position when Scanner Home Position Sensor is blocked. This position
serves as the reference for the scan motion.
• The A4 sensor and B4 sensor restricts the movement of the Mirror carriage A according to the original
document size.
<Mirrors Carriage B>
• The Mirror B and Mirror C are mounted to their holder at right angles to each other. They direct the light
reflected off the Mirror A through the lens to the CCD.
• The Mirror Carriage B is also moved by the Scanner Drive belts and pulleys driven by the FBS Motor. It
travels at a speed half that of the Mirror Carriage A, thereby keeping constant the optical path length
between the Original Glass and lens.
Mirror carriage A
Mirror carriage B
Mirror carriage A End Position Sensor
B4 Sensor
A4 Sensor
Mirror carriage A Home Position Sensor
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2.4 Recording Section
2.4.1 Cross-sectional view
1
2 3
4
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
16
15
1. 2nd Mirror
3. Exposure Lamp
5. Lens
7. Paper Exit Roller
9. Fusing Roller Heater Lamp (H1)
11. Right Fusing Roller
13. Fusing Cooling Fan Motor (M3)
15. Synchronizing Roller
17. Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Sensor (PC8)
19. Vertical Transport Roller
21. Paper Take-Up Roll
23. PH Unit
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14
2. 3rd Mirror
4. 1st Mirror
6. CCD Unit
8. Fusing Roller Thermostat (TS1)
10. Paper Exit Sensor (PC3)
12. Left Fusing Roller
14. Image Transfer Roller
16. Synchronizing Roller Sensor (PC2)
18. Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Roll
20. Paper Separator Pad
22. Imaging Cartridge (I/C)
2.4.2 Image Processing
1. PC Drum
• The drum is an aluminum cylinder coated with photosensitive material on which an electrostatic latent
image is produced.
2. Drum Charging
• A scorotron charger employing a comb electrode generates a negative DC charged layer on the
surface of the PC Drum.
3. Photoelectric Conversion Section
• The Exposure Lamp directs light onto the original. The light reflected off the original is directed and
resized by the mirrors and lens so as to produce a reduced-size image on the CCD Sensor.
4. HGB Board
• Converts an electric signal into a corresponding 8-bit digital image signal (A/D conver-sion), makes
various corrections, and outputs the results to the MFB Board.
5. MFB Board
• Compresses the image data received from the HGB Board, stores it, and uncompresses it.
6. Laser Exposure
• The laser beam emitted from the LD (laser diode) strikes the surface of the PC Drum, creating an
electrostatic latent image.
7. Development
• Negatively charged toner adheres to the latent image on the PC Drum surface, creating a visible
image.
8. Paper Feed
• Feeds sheets of paper from the appropriate paper source.
9. Image Transfer
• An Image Transfer Roller is used. A positive charge applied to the roller causes the visible image on
the surface of the PC Drum to transfer onto the front side of the paper.
10.Paper Separation
• The PC Drum Separator Fingers remove paper from the surface of the PC Drum.
11.Cleaning
• The Cleaning Blade scrapes residual toner off the surface of the PC Drum and the toner is recycled
back to the Developing Unit.
12.Erase
• The PC Drum is exposed to light, which effectively removes any residual charge from the drum
surface.
13.Fusing
• Heat and pressure applied by the Right and Left Fusing Rollers fuse toner on the paper.
14.Paper Exit
• Feeds paper out of the machine.
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2.4.3 Drive System
B
A
A. I/C Motor (M1)
Drives the I/C Unit (Drum cartridge).
B. Main Motor (M2)
Drives the Paper Take-Up Roll, Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Roll, Synchronizing Roller, Image
Transfer Roller, and Fusing Unit.
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2.4.4 Imaging Cartridge (I/C)
• This machine employs an Imaging Cartridge (“I/C” in this manual) that contains a PC Drum, PC Drum
Charge Corona, Developing Unit, and Cleaning Unit as one unit.
Toner Supply Port
ATDC Sensor (E1)
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2.4.4.1 I/C Drive Mechanism
• Drive from the I/C Motor is transmitted via a gear train to the PC Drum and Hopper.
PC Drum Driver Gear
I/C Motor (M1)
Hopper Drive Gear
Electrical Component
M1
Control Signal
PJ16A-3
See block diagram of the printer.
ON
OFF
L
H
2.4.4.2 Identification and Life of I/C
• When the Start key is pressed or the Side Cover is opened and closed, the machine determines whether
the I/C is new or one which has been used previously.
• The machine monitors the I/C life by storing in memory the period of time during which the PC Drum has
turned. The data is cleared when a new I/C is installed in the machine.
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2.4.5 PC Drum
• The PC Drum used in this machine is the organic photoconductor (OPC) type.
The drum consists of an aluminum base coated with a charge generation layer and a charge transport
layer.
Handling Precautions
Prolonged exposure to light can cause the photoconductor surface of the drum to suffer light fatigue,
resulting in a loss of photosensitivity. If the I/C is removed from the machine, it should be wrapped in a
soft, clean, opaque cloth or other protective covering to prevent exposure to light.
PC Drum Cross-Section
PC Drum
Charge Transport Layer
Charge Generation Layer
Aluminum Base
Gear
• Grounding of the PC Drum
The PC Drum ground point is located inside and at the front end of the I/C as viewed from the front of the
machine and in constant contact with the Drum Holding Shaft. When the I/C is installed in the machine,
the Drum Holding Shaft contacts the ground point. This provides for assured grounding of the PC Drum
through the ground plate in the rear to the frame of the machine.
Ground Point
Ground Plate
Shaft
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PC Drum
2.4.6 Drum Charging
• A scorotron charger system generates a negative DC corona discharge onto the PC Drum surface. The
grid mesh ensures uniform charging.
• The grid voltage (Vg) applied to the grid mesh is controlled by the constant voltage circuitry within the
High Voltage Unit. It is varied through image stabilization control.
• To restrict ozone production, the machine uses a PC Drum Charge Corona with a comb electrode.
PC Drum Charge Corona
PC Drum
Comb Electrode
Electrical Component
Drum charging output
Grid Mesh
Control Signal
PJ14A-3A
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
2.4.7 Erase Lamp
• Any potential remaining on the surface of the PC Drum is neutralized by both light from the Erase Lamp
and a DC negative voltage applied by the Charge Neutralizing Sheet.
• The Charge Neutralizing Sheet applies a negative charge on the surface of the PC Drum which is
positively charged by the Image Transfer Roller. A voltage of -820V is applied to the Charge Neutralizing
Sheet from the High Voltage Unit. The Erase Lamp then illuminates the surface of the PC Drum to
further neutralize it.
• The Erase Lamp consists of ten tungsten lamps.
Erase Lamp (LA1)
I/C
PC Drum
Cleaning Blade
Charge Neutralizing Sheet
PC Drum
Erase Lamp (LA1)
PC Drum Charge Corona
Sleeve/Magnet Roller
Electrical Component
LA1
Control Signal
PJ11A-6A
See block diagram of the printer.
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All lamps ON
Standby ON
H
L
2.4.8 PH Section
• Based on the image data output from the MFB Board, the LD (laser diode) is activated and the
corresponding light strikes the surface of the PC Drum.
PH Unit
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2.4.8.1 PH Components
5
4
6
3
2
1
7
1. Polygon Motor (M10)
3. SOS Mirror
5. Laser Diode Board (PWB-B)
7. f-θ Lens
Electrical Component
M10
2. Cylindrical Lens
4. Collimator Lens
6. SOS Sensor
Control Signal
PJ8A-3
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
2.4.8.2 Laser Emission Timing (SOS Signal)
• The signal output from the Master Board triggers the firing of the laser. The laser beam travels to the
Polygon Mirror, lens, and SOS Mirror to eventually hit the SOS Sensor, which generates an SOS signal.
• The SOS signal determines the laser emission timing for each line in the main scanning direction.
SOS Mirror
Laser Diode Board (PWB-B)
Cylindrical Lens
Polygon Motor (M10)
Collimator Lens
SOS Sensor
Polygon Mirror
PC Drum
f- Lens
PC Drum
SOS Mirror
SOS
Sensor
SOS Signal
D
C
B
A to B: LD activation
B to C: LD OFF
C to D: Laser beam exposure area according to the image data
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A
2.4.9 DEVELOPING UNIT
• The Toner Conveying Rollers mix the toner and carrier particles together and carry the toner/carrier
mixture up to the Sleeve/Magnet Roller. The magnetic brush formed on the surface of the roller allows the
toner to come into contact with the charges on the surface of the PC Drum, thus forming an electrostatic
latent image.
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
7
8
9
13
1. Spent Toner Recycling Coil
3. Spent Toner Feed Roller 2
5. Spent Toner Feed Roller 1
7. PC Drum Protective Shutter
9. Sleeve/Magnet Roller
11. ATDC Sensor (E1)
13. 3rd Toner Conveying Roller
12
11
10
2. PC Drum Charge Corona
4. Cleaning Blade
6. PC Drum Paper Separator Finger
8. PC Drum
10. 1st Toner Conveying Roller
12. 2nd Toner Conveying Roller
14. Spent Toner Recycling Duct
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2.4.9.1 Sleeve/Magnet Roller
• This machine employs the MT-HG system with a Sleeve/Magnet Roller having the following magnetic
characteristics.
• Turning of the sleeve surrounding the Magnet Roller ensures that fresh developer from the Developer
Mixing Chamber is always being conveyed to the point of development with respect to the PC Drum.
N1
: The point of development with the maximum magnetic flux density which ensures that the carrier
is firmly held onto the Sleeve Roller when toner is attracted to the latent image.
S1, N2 : The magnetic flux density between these two poles is made low to ensure that the developer
remaining on the surface of the Sleeve Roller is smoothly recycled. They also prevent developer
from scattering.
N3
: The developer brush is formed by this pole and its height is moderated before the brush is
regulated by the Doctor Blade.
S2a
: This pole ensures that the developer is conveyed to the point of development over the wide
interval between N3 and N1.
S2b
: If developer is compacted and clogs at the Doctor Blade and, as a result, part of the surface of
the Sleeve/Magnet Roller is not covered with developer, the nearby developer around this pole
with a weak magnetic force goes to those uncovered areas. This helps prevent white lines from
occurring on the copy.
PC Drum
N1
S2b
S1
S2a
N3
N2
Sleece/Magnet Roller
1st Toner Conveying Roller
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2.4.9.2 Developing Bias
• The amount of toner attracted onto the surface of the PC Drum is controlled by varying the developing
bias voltage.
• As the PC Drum deteriorates and its photoconductive layer begins to wear, it becomes more sensitive to
the increase in the amount of toner. As a countermeasure against this problem, the developing bias
voltage is automatically switched according to the PC Drum temperature, thereby stabilizing the image
quality level.
PC Drum
Sleeve/Magnet Roller
Developing Bias Contact Terminal
Electrical Component
Vb
Control Signal
PJ14A-1A
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
2.4.9.3 ATDC Sensor
• The ATDC Sensor automatic adjustment is made when a new I/C is installed in the machine. Toner
replenishing control is thereafter controlled as detailed in the following.
1. ATDC Sensor Automatic Adjustment
• The ATDC Sensor is automatically adjusted when a new I/C is loaded in the machine. During this
sequence, the machine reads the sensor output value and sets it as the reference.
This reference value is stored in memory and used until the I/C reaches its service life.
2. Toner Replenishing Control
• While the I/C Motor is turning, the ATDC Sensor samples T/C and, according to the readings, the
machine provides the following controls.
T/C Ratio (%)
More than 19
14 to 19
Sampling Data (V)
Less than 1.41
2.32 to 1.41
Control Details
Defective ATDC Sensor
Toner replenished for 0 msec.
Toner replenished for 54 msec. at intervals of approx.
13 to 14
2.50 to 2.32
1 sec.
Toner replenished for 150 msec. at intervals of
12 to 13
2.68 to 2.50
approx. 1 sec.
Toner replenished for 378 msec. at intervals of
10 to 12
3.10 to 2.68
approx. 500 msec.
7 to 10
3.92 to 3.10
Passed onto the T/C recovery mode.
Less than 7
More than 3.92
Defective ATDC Sensor
✽ Toner replenishment represents the operation of the Sub Hopper Toner Replenishing Motor.
3. Toner Empty Control (T/C Recovery Mode)
• When the control is passed onto the T/C recovery mode, the Sub Hopper Toner Replenishing Motor is
energized to replenish the supply of toner into the Developing Unit and, if T/C is recovered to a level of
14% or higher (2.32V or less) within 150 sec., it resets the toner-empty condition.
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2.4.9.4 Sub Hopper Toner Replenishing Mechanism
• Toner is replenished from the Sub Hopper to the Developing Unit by turning the Sub Hopper Toner
Replenishing Motor for the period of time controlled by the ATDC output voltage (T/C).
Sub Hopper
Sub Hopper Toner Replenishing Motor (M7)
Electrical Component
M7
Control Signal
PJ11A-8A
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
DC24V
L
2.4.9.5 Sub Hopper Toner Empty Detecting Mechanism
• A toner-empty condition in the Sub Hopper is detected by the Magnet Lever that moves up and down as
the Sub Hopper Toner Agitating Lever turns and actuates and de-actuates the Sub Hopper Toner Empty
Switch.
• While the amount of toner in the Sub Hopper is more than the predetermined amount, the Magnet Lever
rests on the toner, keeping the Sub Hopper Toner Empty Switch de-actuated even when the Sub Hopper
Toner Agitating Lever turns. As toner is consumed, the Magnet Lever lowers to eventually actuate the
Sub Hopper Toner Empty Switch, at which timing the machine detects a toner-empty condition in the
Sub Hopper.
Magnet Lever
Magnet
Sub Hopper Toner Agitating Lever
Sub Hopper Toner Empty Switch (S4)
Electrical Component
S4
Control Signal
PJ11A-7B
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
2.4.9.6 Main Hopper Toner Replenishing Mechanism
• When a toner-empty condition in the Sub Hopper is detected, the Main Hopper Toner Replenishing
Motor is energized to turn the Toner Bottle, thereby supplying toner from the Main Hopper to the Sub
Hopper.
• The Toner Bottle Home Position Sensor mounted on the coupling ensures that the Toner Supply Port in
the Toner Bottle is positioned at the top whenever the bottle is stopped.
• The Toner Bottle Cover Sensor detects whether the Toner Bottle Cover is open. If the cover is open, the
machine does not authorize the initiation of a new copy cycle. If the cover is opened during a copy cycle,
the machine interrupts the cycle.
Toner Bottle
Main Hopper Toner
Replenishing Motor (M6)
Sub Hopper
Main Bottle Home
Position Sensor (PC10)
Electrical Component
M6
Electrical Component
PC10
Control Signal
PJ11A-4A
See block diagram of the printer.
Control Signal
PJ11A-2B
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
DC24V
L
Unblocked
Blocked
L
H
2.4.9.7 I/C Cooling Fan Motor
• The I/C Cooling Fan Motor prevents the temperature inside the machine (around the entire I/C) from
rising inordinately.
IC
I/C Cooling Fan Motor (M9)
Electrical Component
M9
Control Signal
PJ18A-10
See block diagram of the printer.
ON
OFF
DC24V
L
2.4.9.8 Ozone Fan Motor
• Ozone produced by the PC Drum Charge Corona is absorbed by the Ozone Filter from the air being
drawn out of the machine by the Ozone Fan Motor.
Ozone Fan Motor (M8)
I/C
(Drum Cartridge)
Ozone Filter
Electrical Component
M8
Control Signal
PJ11A-1A
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
DC24V
L
2.4.10 PAPER TAKE-UP/FEED SECTION
Note: For the details of the paper feed cassette (500-Sheet Cassette), see the Section 6 on this service
manual.
• This machine employs the Multi-Purpose (MP) Cassette whose capacity is about 250 sheets (about 20
sheets for special paper).
Paper Size Detecting Board (PWB-I)
Paper Take-up Roll
Tailing Edge Stop
2.4.10.1 MP Cassette Paper Lifting Plate
• The Paper Lifting Plate installed in the MP Cassette is spring-loaded to push the paper stack upward.
When the cassette is slid into the machine, the lever located on the bottom of the cassette and used to
lock down the Paper Lifting Plate is pushed and unlocked, allowing the Paper Lifting Plate to push the
paper stack upward.
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2.4.10.2 MP Cassette-in-Position Detection
• When the MP Cassette is slid into the machine, the light blocking plate located in the rear of the cassette
blocks the Cassette Set Sensor and the machine determines that the MP Cassette has been slid into
position.
Cassette Set Sensor (PC6)
Light Blocking Plate
Electrical Component
PC6
Control Signal
PJ13A-5B
See block diagram of the printer.
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Unblocked
Blocked
H
L
2.4.10.3 MP Cassette Paper Empty Detection
• Two sensors are used in this machine: the Paper Empty Sensor detects a paper-empty condition, while
the Paper Near-Empty Sensor detects a paper near-empty condition.
Paper Near-Empty Detection:
• A paper near-empty condition is detected as the paper is consumed and when the Near-Empty Lever
lowers to eventually block the sensor (L).
• At this time, the MP Cassette Paper Empty LED starts blinking.
• A paper-empty condition results when about 50 more sheets of paper are used after the near-empty
condition has been detected.
Paper Empty Detection:
• A paper-empty condition is detected as the paper is consumed and when the Empty Lever lowers to
eventually block the sensor (L).
• At this time, the MP Cassette Paper Empty LED lights up steadily.
Electrical Component
PC4
PC5
Control Signal
PJ14A-13A
See block diagram of the printer.
PJ13A-2B
See block diagram of the printer.
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Unblocked
Blocked
H
L
H
L
2.4.10.4 MP Cassette Paper Size Detection
• The Paper Size Detecting Board detects the length of the paper (FD).
• A lever is connected to the Trailing Edge Stop of the cassette and, as the stop is slid to the size of the
paper loaded in the cassette, the lever is moved to turn ON and OFF the size detecting switches
mounted on the machine side.
• The control panel settings are necessary for any paper size other than the following.
1
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Paper Size Detecting Switches (PWB-I)
2
3
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Electrical Component
PWB-I (1)
PWB-I (2)
PWB-I (3)
PWB-I (4)
Paper Size
A3L, 11×17L
B4L, 8.5×14L
A4L
B5L, 8.5×11L
A4C/A5L
B5C
A5C
8.5×11C
Control Signal
PJ14A-1B
See block diagram of the printer.
PJ14A-2B
See block diagram of the printer.
PJ14A-3B
See block diagram of the printer.
PJ14A-4B
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
L
H
L
H
L
H
2.4.10.5 Paper Take-Up Mechanism
• Drive from the Main Motor is transmitted to the Paper Take-Up Clutch (spring clutch) and, by energizing
the Paper Take-Up Solenoid, the Paper Take-Up Roll is turned.
• The paper separating mechanism employs a Paper Separator Pad.
Paper Separator Pad
2.4.10.6 Manual Bypass Tray (Option)
1. Construction of the Manual Bypass Tray
• Drive from the Main Motor is transmitted to the Manual Paper Feed Take-Up Clutch and, by energizing
this clutch, the Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Roll is turned.
Electrical Component
M2
SL1
CL3
Control Signal
PJ16A-1
See block diagram of printer.
PJ13A-13B
See block diagram of printer.
PJ4A-9A
See block diagram of printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
L
H
L
H
2. Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Detection
• The Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Sensor detects a sheet of paper that is fed via the Manual Bypass
Tray.
• The size and type of the paper for manual feed are set on the control panel.
Electrical Component
PC8
Control Signal
PJ4A-7B
Unblocked
H
Blocked
L
2.4.10.7 Paper Take-Up Retry Mechanism
• To minimize the occurrence of a paper misfeed due to a slippery Paper Take-Up Roll, the Paper TakeUp Solenoid is energized a second time if a sheet of paper fails to reach the Synchronizing Roller
Sensor within a given period of time after the solenoid has been energized first.
• A paper take-up misfeed results if the sheet of paper does not reach the Synchronizing Roller Sensor
even after two paper take-up sequences.
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2.4.11 SYNCHRONIZING ROLLERS
• The Synchronizing Rollers of this machine are located inside the Right Door. They are easily accessible
for misfeed clearing by just opening the Right Door.
2.4.11.1 Synchronizing Roller Drive Mechanism/Control
• The Synchronizing Rollers are turned by the drive from the Main Motor transmitted to the Synchronizing
Clutch.
• The rollers are started when the Synchronizing Clutch is deenergized.
Main Motor (M2)
Synchronizing Clutch (CL1)
Left Synchronizing Roller
Right Synchronizing Roller
Electrical Component
M2
CL1
Control Signal
PJ16A-1
See block diagram of the printer.
PJ13A-2A
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
L
H
2.4.11.2 Paper Dust Remover
• The Paper Dust Remover is installed so that it makes contact with the Left Synchronizing Roller. It is
intended for preventing paper dust from sticking to the surface of the PC Drum.
• As the roller turns in contact with the Paper Dust Remover, triboelectric charging occurs, which attracts
paper dust from the paper that passes between the two rollers and the dust is, in turn, transferred onto
the Paper Dust Remover.
Synchronizing Roller
Synchronizing Roller Sensor (PC2)
Paper Dust Remover
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2.4.12 IMAGE TRANSFER AND PAPER SEPARATION
Image Transfer
• This machine employs an Image Transfer Roller to transfer the image to the paper. The High Voltage
Unit applies an image transfer current to this roller. To ensure that image transfer efficiency is stabilized,
the image transfer current is automatically varied according to the paper size, paper type, and the B/W
ratio of the original.
• To prevent toner from sticking to the Image Transfer Roller, an image transfer voltage of -975V is
applied to the roller for cleaning.
Paper Separation
• To neutralize any charge left on the paper, to which the image has been transferred, the High Voltage
Unit applies a voltage of -1200V via a ground plate to the Charge Neutralizing Plate.
Electrical Component
Image transfer output
Control Signal
PJ14A-2A
See block diagram of printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
2.4.13 PC DRUM PAPER SEPARATOR FINGERS
• The three PC Drum Paper Separator Fingers fitted to the I/C mechanically separate paper from the
surface of the PC Drum to ensure good and positive paper separation.
PC Drum Paper Separator Fingers
PC Drum
PC Drum Protective Shutter
Paper Path Center
8.5 cm
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8.5 cm
2.4.14 PC DRUM CLEANING
• This machine employs a spent toner recycling mechanism. The Cleaning Blade which is held pressed
against the surface of the PC Drum scrapes residual toner off the surface.
The waste toner is conveyed by Spent Toner Feed Roller 1 and 2 to the Spent Toner Recycling Duct
and eventually back to the Developer Mixing Chamber.
Cleaning Blade
PC Drum
Toner Conveying Rollers
Spent Toner Feed Roller 1
Spent Toner Feed Roller 2
Spent Toner Recycling Coil
Recycling Duct
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2.4.15 FUSING UNIT
• The paper, to which the developed image is yet to be fixed, is fed through heated Left and Right Fusing
Rollers. The heat and pressure applied at this time fixes the image permanently to the paper.
1. Paper Exit Roller
3. Paper Exit Sensor (PC3)
5. Right Fusing Roller
7. Left Fusing Roller
9. Fusing Paper Separator Finger
2. Fusing Misfeed Clearing Lever
4. Pressure Spring
6. Fusing Roller Heater Lamp (H1)
8. Fusing Roller Thermostat (TS1)
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2.4.15.1 Drive Mechanism
• Drive from the Main Motor is transmitted via a gear train to the Right Fusing Roller.
Right Fusing Roller
Paper Exit Roller
Main Motor (M2)
Electrical Component
M2
Control Signal
PJ16A-1
See block diagram of printer.
ON
OFF
L
H
2.4.15.2 Fusing Rollers Pressure Mechanism
• To ensure that there is a certain width of area of contact between the Left and Right Fusing Rollers,
pressure springs are installed.
• The rollers are held pressed against each other at all times and they are released only when servicing
the machine or replacing parts.
• The pressure between the two rollers is approx. 12 kg.
• The rollers can be released by moving the Fusing Misfeed Clearing Lever in the direction of the arrow.
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2.4.15.3 Fusing Temperature Control
• The Fusing Roller Heater Lamp inside the Left Fusing Roller provides the following temperature control.
- Temperature Control During Standby State 200
185
Approx.
5 min.
Warm-Up
Completed
(200˚C)
Mode 1
Approx.
1 min.
Mode 2 Mode 3
- Temperature Control During a Copy Cycle 210
200
Special paper
Plain paper (1-sided)
Plain paper (2-sided)
Transparencies
190
180
175
Approx.
5 min.
Approx.
1 min.
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
<Temperature Control>
• The Fusing Roller Thermistor detects the surface temperature of the Left Fusing Roller.
It provides an analog voltage input to the Master Board allowing the machine to control the fusing
temperature.
Electrical Component
H1
Electrical Component
TH1
Control Signal
PJ16A-8
See block diagram of the printer.
Control Signal
PJ16A-5
See block diagram of the printer.
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ON
OFF
L
H
Low Temp. ↔ High Temp.
Analog input
<Temperature Control by Mode>
• The mode that is initiated following the completion of a warm-up cycle varies as detailed below
depending on the machine condition and the Fusing Roller temperature at the restart of temperature
control.
Machine Condition
Power is turned ON.
Temperature control is interrupted during
warm-up.
Temperature control is interrupted during
mode 1.
Temperature control is interrupted during
mode 2.
Temperature control is interrupted during
mode 3.
Fusing Roller Temperature
Less than 100°C
100°C or higher
Mode 2
Mode 1
Mode 1
Mode 2
2.4.15.4 CPM Control
• As a measure to prevent the temperature on the edges of the Fusing Rollers (over which no part of
paper passes) from rising in a multi-copy cycle using small size paper (width of 250 mm or less), the
paper feed interval is made greater.
<Control>
• If a sheet of small size paper is taken up and fed in during mode 1, control is switched to mode 2.
• The number of sheets of small size paper that are fed through is counted.
<Timing>
• The counter reaches 30.
• The plain/special paper counter reaches N specified below:
If the control is in mode 1 or mode 2 when the counter starts counting, N = 30.
If the control is in mode 3 when the counter starts counting, N = 100.
<Resetting>
• If a period of 2 min. or more elapses, during which the counter does not count up after the counter has
started counting, the counter is cleared resetting the CPM control.
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2.4.16 PAPER EXIT UNIT
• The Paper Exit Roller feeds the paper, to which the developed image has been fixed, out of the machine.
The Charge Neutralizing Brush touches the surface of the sheet of paper being fed out of the Fusing
Unit to neutralize any static charge left on it. This effectively prevents two sheets of paper fed out of the
machine from sticking to each other due to static charge.
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2.4.17 FUSING COOLING FAN MOTOR
• The Fusing Cooling Fan Motor located in the Right Door prevents the temperature of the Fusing Unit
Cover and the area above the I/C from rising inordinately. The motor also draws the paper after it has
been separated from the PC Drum onto the transport guide to ensure that it is stably and smoothly fed
into the Fusing Unit.
Fusing Unit
Fusing Cooling Fan
Motor (M3)
I/C (Drum Cartridge)
Electrical
Component
Control Signal
M3
PJ13A-3A
See block diagram of
the printer.
During Copy Cycle
Full speed
In Standby
Half speed
Pulse output
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During Warm-Up
Stop
L
2.4.18 POWER UNIT COOLING FAN MOTOR
• The Power Unit Cooling Fan Motor prevents the temperature at the Power Supply Unit and the Polygon
Motor in the PH from rising inordinately.
Power Unit Cooling
Fan Motor (M4)
Power Supply Unit 1 (PS1)
Master Board (PWB-A)
Electrical
Component
Control Signal
While Main Motor is Turning
Full speed
In Standby
Half speed
M4
PJ6A-2
See block diagram of
the printer.
DC24V
DC10V
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Section3
Software adjustment
3.1 Field Service Program Modes
The machine feature maintenance modes for machine adjustment. Each mode is listed below along with
the command used to activate the mode and a brief functional description.
Set or Clear Machine Parameters..........................................................................................MENU, *, 0
Used to set or clear machine parameters.
Set or Clear Memory Switches ..............................................................................................MENU, *, 1
Used to set or clear memory switches.
Clear Programmed Data / User Settings...............................................................................MENU, *, 2
Erases user-programmed information (date, time, TTI, autodialer, etc.) and any documents
stored in memory.
All RAM Clear ..........................................................................................................................MENU, *, 3
Erases same information as “Clear Programmed Data / User Settings” function along with
resetting all of the machine parameters, memory switches and unique switches to factory
defaults.
Set or Clear Unique Switches................................................................................................MENU, *, 4
Used to set or clear Unique switches.
Print Program Mode List ........................................................................................................MENU, *, 8
Prints a list of the machine’s programming modes.
Test Modes ..............................................................................................................................MENU, *, 9
Allows the technician to perform a series of diagnostic tests.
Print Machine Parameters, Memory Switches and
Unique Switches List............................................................................................................. MENU, *, A
Prints a list of the machine switch settings showing the default settings and current settings.
Factory Functions.................................................................................................................. MENU, *, B
Allows the technician to perform a series of diagnostic tests.
Telephone Circuit Test Modes ............................................................................................. MENU, *, C
Allows the technician to perform a series of diagnostic tests.
Mirror Carriage Transfer Mode ............................................................................................. MENU, *, E
Perform it before installing the machine.
Set and print the consumable order sheet.......................................................................... MENU, *, F
Used to set and print the consumable order sheet.
DRAM Clear ............................................................................................................................MENU, *, G
Used to clear a DRAM.
Clear Life Monitor .................................................................................................................. MENU, *, H
Used to clear a Life monitor keeps a count of the pages scanned, etc.
Set Service Code ....................................................................................................................MENU, *, J
Used to protect to clear a Life monitor.
Clear the consumable order sheet....................................................................................... MENU, *, L
Used to clear the consumable order sheet.
Reset Printer trouble .............................................................................................................MENU, *, M
Used to reset the printer trouble indication.
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3.2 Machine Parameter Adjustment
3.2.1 Setting the Machine Parameters
These switches are used to program internal machine parameters. The primary back up battery maintains
these settings if power is lost.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0.
2. Select the desired parameter by cursor key or by pressing a one-touch key plus a number on the
keypad. For example, to access parameter B:1, press one-touch “B” plus the number “1” on the
numeric keypad.
3. Press [Enter].
4. To navigate through the machine parameter settings:
•
•
•
•
Press
or
of the cursor key to move the cursor.
Press 0 or 1 on the numeric keypad to change the bit value.
Press [Enter] to save the setting of the displayed parameter and advance to the next parameter.
Press [Cancel] not to save the setting of the displayed parameter.
5. If you want to set other parameters, repeat step 3-5. Otherwise, proceed to step 6.
6. Press RESET to return the machine to standby.
3.2.2 Clearing the Machine Parameters
Resets the machine parameters to factory defaults.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 0, [Clear].
3. Press [Enter]. The machine parameters will reset to factory defaults.
Note: To finish the operation without clearing the parameters, press [Cancel].
3-2
Machine Parameter A:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
The country code enables the ROM to output the
correct programming information for the respective
country.
Country code
Machine Parameter A:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
1
0
1
*
*
*
*
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Output attenuation
See table below
Note: The setting of this switch is available only
when setting other than 0 dB (and this setting is
used instead of Memory Switch B:1, bit 3-0.)
Machine Parameter A:1…Output attenuation
Switch
3
2
1
0
-15
dB
1
1
1
1
-14
dB
1
1
1
0
-13
dB
1
1
0
1
-12
dB
1
1
0
0
-11
dB
1
0
1
1
-10
dB
1
0
1
0
-9
dB
1
0
0
1
3-3
-8
dB
1
0
0
0
-7
dB
0
1
1
1
-6
dB
0
1
1
0
-5
dB
0
1
0
1
-4
dB
0
1
0
0
-3
dB
0
0
1
1
-2
dB
0
0
1
0
-1
dB
0
0
0
1
-0
dB
0
0
0
0
Machine Parameter A:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
DTMF output level
attenuation
See table below.
Machine Parameter A:2 _ DTMF output level attenuation — (Factory default is -15 dB)
Switch 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Switch 2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Switch 1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
Switch 0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Attenuation
0 dB
1 dB
2 dB
3 dB
4 dB
5 dB
6 dB
7 dB
8 dB
9 dB
10 dB
11 dB
12 dB
13 dB
14 dB
15 dB
Machine Parameter A:3 ∼ A:6 --- Factory use only
Machine Parameter A:7
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
Switch
Adjust
DRAM capacity indication
(Spare)
DRAM capacity indication
(Slot 2) P5B
DRAM capacity indication
(Slot 1) P5A
DRAM capacity indication
On Main PCB
Usage/Comments
This switch indicates the DRAM capacity.
(This switch is read only, do not set any character.)
You can see the memory capacity by how many “1”
is indicated on the LCD. One “1” means 8MB.
For example, if three “1” are indicated,
i.e. “00000111”, the DRAM capacity is
8MB × 3 = 24MB.
Machine Parameter A:8 ∼ A:9 --- Factory use only
3-4
Machine Parameter B:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Leading edge document
margin adjustment
(ADF)
Adjusts the leading edge
margin from standby position
to the start of the scanning
position.
1 step = 5 / 600 dpi
(0.2116 mm)
Note: These values
are factory set and should
not be adjusted unless
instructed by a Muratec
technical representative.
25 steps 00011001
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000011
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
10010000
:
-25 steps 10011001
Settings
+5.29 mm
+6.77 mm
+3.39 mm
+1.69 mm
Å Initial setting
0 mm Å Standard
+0.63 mm
-1.69 mm
-3.39 mm
-5.29 mm
Machine Parameter B:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Adjustment of the scanning
stretching and squeezing for
ADF.
(Horizontal)
00001111
:
00001000
:
00000100
:
00000010
00000010
00000000
00000010
00000010
:
10000100
:
10001000
:
10001111
The plus setting stretch the
image data and the minus
setting squeeze it.
Each setting changes by
0.1%
3-5
Settings
+1.5 %
+0.8 %
+0.4 %
+0.2 %
+0.1 %
0%
-0.1 %
-0.2 %
-0.4 %
-0.8 %
-1.5 %
Å Initial setting
Machine Parameter B:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Adjustment of the scanning
stretching and squeezing for
ADF.
(Vertical)
00001111
:
00001000
:
00000100
:
00000010
00000010
00000000
00000010
00000010
:
10000100
:
10001000
:
10001111
The plus setting stretch the
image data and the minus
setting squeeze it.
Each setting changes by
0.1%
Settings
+1.5 %
+0.8 %
+0.4 %
Å Initial setting
+0.2 %
+0.1 %
0%
-0.1 %
-0.2 %
Å Standard
-0.4 %
-0.8 %
-1.5 %
Machine Parameter B:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Adjusts the number of the
steps from DS2 ON to the
start of the scanning position.
(ADF)
1 step = 1 / 300 inches × 2
(0.084666 mm × 2)
Note: These values
are factory set and should
not be adjusted unless
instructed by a Muratec
technical representative.
Switch 76543210
63 steps 00111111
:
60 steps 00111100
:
50 steps 00110010
:
40 steps 00101000
:
30 steps 00011110
:
20 steps 00010100
:
10 steps 00001010
:
3steps
00000011
2steps
00000010
1 step
00000001
00000000
Settings
+10.67 mm
+10.16 mm
+8.47 mm
+6.77 mm
+5.08 mm
+3.39 mm
+1.69 mm
+0.51 mm
+0.34 mm
+0.17 mm
31 mm
Å Initial setting
When Switch 7 is “1”, it means “ - ”. For example,
“10000001” means “-0.17 mm”.
3-6
Machine Parameter B:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Adjusts the number of the
steps from DS2 OFF to the
start of the scanning position.
(ADF)
1 step = 1 / 300 inches × 2
(0.084666 mm × 2)
Note: These values
are factory set and should
not be adjusted unless
instructed by a Muratec
technical representative.
Switch 76543210
63 steps 00111111
:
60 steps 00111100
:
50 steps 00110010
:
40 steps 00101000
:
30 steps 00011110
:
20 steps 00010100
:
10 steps 00001010
:
3steps
00000011
2steps
00000010
1 step
00000001
00000000
Settings
+10.67 mm
+10.16 mm
+8.47 mm
+6.77 mm
+5.08 mm
+3.39 mm
+1.69 mm
+0.51 mm
+0.34 mm
+0.17 mm
31 mm
Å Initial setting
When Switch 7 is “1”, it means “ - ”. For example,
“10000001” means “-0.17 mm”.
Machine Parameter B:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Adjust
Leading edge document
margin adjustment
(FBS)
Adjusts the leading edge
margin from standby
position to the start of the
scanning position.
1 step = 5 / 600 dpi
(0.2116 mm)
Note: These values
are factory set and should
not be adjusted unless
instructed by a Muratec
technical representative.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
25 steps 00011001
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000101
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
10010000
:
-25 steps 10011001
3-7
Settings
+5.29 mm
+6.77 mm
+3.39 mm
+1.69 mm
Å Initial setting
0 mm Å Standard
+1.06 mm
-1.69 mm
-3.39 mm
-5.29 mm
Machine Parameter B:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Adjustment of the scanning
stretching and squeezing for
FBS.
(Horizontal)
00001111
:
00001000
:
00000100
:
00000010
00000010
00000000
00000010
00000010
:
10000100
:
10001000
:
10001111
The plus setting stretch the
image data and the minus
setting squeeze it.
Each setting changes by
0.1%
Settings
+1.5 %
+0.8 %
+0.4 %
+0.2 %
+0.1 %
0%
-0.1 %
-0.2 %
Å Initial setting
-0.4 %
-0.8 %
-1.5 %
Machine Parameter B:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Adjustment of the scanning
stretching and squeezing for
FBS.
(Vertical)
00001111
:
00001000
:
00000100
:
00000010
00000010
00000000
00000010
00000010
:
10000100
:
10001000
:
10001111
The plus setting stretch the
image data and the minus
setting squeeze it.
Each setting changes by
0.1%
3-8
Settings
+1.5 %
+0.8 %
+0.4 %
+0.2 %
+0.1 %
0%
-0.1 %
-0.2 %
-0.4 %
-0.8 %
-1.5 %
Å Initial setting
Machine Parameter B:8
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Leading edge document
margin adjustment
(FBS)
Adjusts the number of the
steps from the home sensor
of the mirror carriage ON
to the start of the scanning
position.
1 step = 0.140793616 mm
Note: These values
are factory set and should
not be adjusted unless
instructed by a Muratec
technical representative.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
31 steps 00011111
:
16 steps 00010000
:
8 steps 00001000
:
4 steps 00000100
:
2 step
00000010
:
1 step
00000001
00000000
-1 step
10000001
:
-2 steps 10000010
:
-4 steps 10000100
:
-8 steps 10001000
:
-16 steps 10010000
:
-31 steps 10011111
Machine Parameter B:9 --- Factory use only
3-9
Settings
+4.36 mm
+2.25 mm
+1.13 mm
+0.56 mm
+0.28 mm
+0.14 mm
5 mm
-0.14 mm
-0.28 mm
-0.56 mm
-1.13 mm
-2.25 mm
-4.36 mm
Å Initial setting
Machine Parameter C:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
Mirror carriage standby
position adjustment
Adjusts the number of the
steps from the home sensor
of the mirror carriage OFF
to the standby position.
1 step = 0.140793616 mm
Note: These values
are factory set and should
not be adjusted unless
instructed by a Muratec
technical representative.
63 steps 00111111
:
60 steps 00111100
:
50 steps 00110010
:
40 steps 00101000
:
30 steps 00011110
:
20 steps 00010100
:
10 steps 00001010
:
3 steps 00000011
2 steps 00000010
1 step
00000001
00000000
Settings
+8.87 mm
+8.45 mm
+7.04 mm
+5.63 mm
+4.22 mm
+2.82 mm
+1.41 mm
+0.42 mm
+0.28 mm
+0.14 mm
36 mm
Å Initial setting
When Switch 7 is “1”, it means “ - ”. For example,
“10000001” means “-0.17 mm”.
Machine Parameter C:1 ∼ C:9 --- Factory use only
Machine Parameter D:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Scanning contrast level
adjustment in normal
resolution.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
01111111
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
11111111
3-10
Darkest setting
Å Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter D:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Scanning contrast level
adjustment in fine resolution.
Switch 76543210
01111111
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
11111111
Darkest setting
Å Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter D:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Scanning contrast level
adjustment in super-fine
resolution.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
01111111
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
11111111
Darkest setting
Å Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter D:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Scanning contrast level
adjustment in hyper-fine
resolution.
Usage/Comments
Switch 76543210
01111111
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
10001000
:
11111111
Darkest setting
Å Initial setting
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter D:4 ∼ D:6 --- Factory use only
3-11
Machine Parameter D:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Scanning contrast level
adjustment for copy
resolution.
Switch 76543210
00111111
:
00000011
00000010
00000001
00000000
11111111
11111110
11111101
:
11000000
Copy mode: Photo
Contrast: Auto, 600 dpi
Darkest setting
+3
+2
+1
Å Initial setting
-1
-2
-3
Lightest setting
Machine Parameter D:8 ∼ I:9 --- Factory use only
Machine Parameter J:0
Switch
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Able to use the 1st cassette
in normal fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the Large
Capacity Cassette in normal
fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 5th cassette
in normal fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 4th cassette
in normal fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 3rd cassette
in normal fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 2nd cassette
in normal fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
When set to “1”, the cassette is not available in fax
reception.
Note: This setting does not affect the rotate fax
reception. See Machine Parameter J:1 for the rotate
fax reception.
3-12
Machine Parameter J:1
Switch
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Able to use the 1st cassette
in rotate fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the Large
Capacity Cassette in rotate
fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 5th cassette
in rotate fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 4th cassette
in rotate fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 3rd cassette
in rotate fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
Able to use the 2nd cassette
in rotate fax reception.
0: Yes
1: No
When set to “1”, the cassette is not available in
rotate fax reception.
Note: This setting does not affect the normal fax
reception. See Machine Parameter J:0 for the
normal fax reception.
Machine Parameter J:2 ∼ J:9 --- Factory use only
3-13
Machine Parameter K:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
2nd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:0 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter K:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
3rd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:1 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-14
Machine Parameter K:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
4th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:2 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter K:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
5th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:3 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-15
Machine Parameter K:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
LCC in normal printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:4 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter K:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
1st cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:5 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-16
Machine Parameter K:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Bypass tray in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:6 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter K:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Duplex unit in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter L:7 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter K:8 ∼ K:9 --- Factory use only
3-17
Machine Parameter L:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:0 for the normal
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter L:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
3rd cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:1 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-18
Machine Parameter L:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
4th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:2 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter L:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
5th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:3 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-19
Machine Parameter L:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
LCC in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:4 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter L:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
1st cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 step
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:5 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-20
Machine Parameter L:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Bypass tray in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:6 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter L:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Duplex unit in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter K:7 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter L:8 ∼ L:9 --- Factory use only
3-21
Machine Parameter M:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
2nd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:0.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:0 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter M:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
3rd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:1.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:1 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-22
Machine Parameter M:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
4th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:2.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:2 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter M:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
5th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:3.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:3 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-23
Machine Parameter M:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
normal printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:4.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:4 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter M:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
1st cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:5.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:5 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-24
Machine Parameter M:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Bypass tray in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:6.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:6 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter M:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Duplex unit in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter Q:7.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter N:7 for the rotate
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter M:8 ∼ M:9 --- Factory use only
3-25
Machine Parameter N:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:0.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:0 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter N:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
3rd cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:1.
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:1 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-26
Machine Parameter N:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
4th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:2.
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:2 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter N:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
5th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:3.
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:3 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-27
Machine Parameter N:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:4.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:4 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter N:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
1st cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:5.
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:5 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-28
Machine Parameter N:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Bypass tray in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:6.
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:6 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter N:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Horizontal) at the
Duplex unit in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the right and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the right margin
in Machine Parameter R:7.
Note: See Machine
Parameter M:7 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter N:8 ∼ N:9 --- Factory use only
3-29
Machine Parameter O:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
2nd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:0 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter O:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
3rd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:1 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-30
Machine Parameter O:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
4th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:2 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter O:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
5th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:3 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-31
Machine Parameter O:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
normal printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:4 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter O:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
1st cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:5 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-32
Machine Parameter O:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
Bypass tray in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:6 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter O:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
Duplex unit in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter P:7 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter O:8 ∼ O:9 --- Factory use only
3-33
Machine Parameter P:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:0 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter P:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
3rd cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:1 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-34
Machine Parameter P:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
4th cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:2 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter P:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
5th cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:3 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-35
Machine Parameter P:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
rotate printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:4 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter P:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
1st cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:5 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-36
Machine Parameter P:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
Bypass tray in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:6 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter P:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the left margin at the
Duplex unit in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
left margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter O:7 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only left margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter P:8 ∼ P:9 --- Factory use only
3-37
Machine Parameter Q:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 2nd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:0 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Q:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 3rd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:1 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-38
Machine Parameter Q:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 4th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:2 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Q:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 5th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:3 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-39
Machine Parameter Q:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the Large Capacity Cassette
in normal printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:4 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Q:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 1st cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:5 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-40
Machine Parameter Q:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the Bypass tray in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:6 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Q:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the Duplex unit in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter R:7 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Q:8 ∼ Q:9 --- Factory use only
3-41
Machine Parameter R:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:0 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter R:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 3rd cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:1 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-42
Machine Parameter R:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 4th cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:2 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter R:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 5th cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:3 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-43
Machine Parameter R:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the Large Capacity Cassette
in rotate printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:4 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter R:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the 1st cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:5 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-44
Machine Parameter R:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the Bypass tray in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:6 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter R:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the right margin at
the Duplex unit in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
right margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Q:7 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only right margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter R:8 ∼ R:9 --- Factory use only
3-45
Machine Parameter S:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
2nd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:0 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter S:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
3rd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:1 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-46
Machine Parameter S:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
4th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:2 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter S:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
5th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:3 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-47
Machine Parameter S:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
LCC in normal printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:4 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter S:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
1st cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:5 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-48
Machine Parameter S:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Bypass tray in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:6 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter S:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Duplex unit in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter T:7 for the rotate
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter S:8 ∼ S:9 --- Factory use only
3-49
Machine Parameter T:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:0 for the normal
printing.
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter T:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
3rd cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:1 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-50
Machine Parameter T:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
4th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:2 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter T:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
5th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:3 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-51
Machine Parameter T:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
LCC in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:4 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter T:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
1st cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 step
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:5 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-52
Machine Parameter T:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Bypass tray in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:6 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter T:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Duplex unit in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the start point to
print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter S:7 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter T:8 ∼ T:9 --- Factory use only
3-53
Machine Parameter U:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
2nd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:0.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:0 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter U:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
3rd cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:1.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:1 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
3-54
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter U:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
4th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:2.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:2 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter U:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
5th cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:3.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:3 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
3-55
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter U:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
normal printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:4.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:4 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter U:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
1st cassette in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:5.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:5 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
3-56
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter U:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Bypass tray in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:6.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:6 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter U:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Duplex unit in normal
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Y:7.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter V:7 for the rotate
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
Machine Parameter U:8 ∼ U:9 --- Factory use only
3-57
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter V:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:0.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:0 for the normal
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter V:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
3rd cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:1.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:1 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-58
Machine Parameter V:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
4th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:2.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:2 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter V:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
5th cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:3.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:3 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-59
Machine Parameter V:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
32 steps
Adjusts the end point to print.
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:4.
-16 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:4 for the normal
printing.
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
-128 steps
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Machine Parameter V:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
1st cassette in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:5.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:5 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
3-60
Machine Parameter V:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Bypass tray in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:6.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:6 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter V:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Printer registration
adjustment (Vertical) at the
Duplex unit in rotate printing.
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
+12.7 mm
Adjusts the end point to print.
32 steps
The plus setting increase the
print range to the bottom and
the minus setting decrease it.
16 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: Adjust the bottom
margin in Machine Parameter
Z:7.
-16 steps
-128 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter U:7 for the normal
printing.
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
0 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: Set this switch after setting the margin to
“0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2. Then, after setting
this switch, set the margin to the initial setting (4
mm) in Unique Switch F:2.
Machine Parameter V:8 ∼ V:9 --- Factory use only
3-61
Machine Parameter W:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
2nd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:0 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter W:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
3rd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:1 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-62
Machine Parameter W:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
4th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:2 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter W:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
5th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:3 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-63
Machine Parameter W:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
normal printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:4 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter W:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
1st cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:5 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-64
Machine Parameter W:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
Bypass tray in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:6 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter W:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
Duplex unit in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter X:7 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter W:8 ∼ W:9 --- Factory use only
3-65
Machine Parameter X:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:0 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter X:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
3rd cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:1 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-66
Machine Parameter X:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
4th cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:2 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter X:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
5th cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:3 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-67
Machine Parameter X:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
Large Capacity Cassette in
rotate printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:4 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter X:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
1st cassette in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:5 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-68
Machine Parameter X:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
Bypass tray in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:6 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter X:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the top margin at the
Duplex unit in rotate printing.
The plus setting increase the
top margin and the minus
setting decrease it.
32 steps
16 steps
8 steps
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter W:7 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only top margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter X:8 ∼ X:9 --- Factory use only
3-69
Machine Parameter Y:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 2nd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:0 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Y:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 3rd cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:1 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-70
Machine Parameter Y:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 4th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:2 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Y:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 5th cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:3 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-71
Machine Parameter Y:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the Large Capacity Cassette
in normal printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:4 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Y:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 1st cassette in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:5 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
3-72
Machine Parameter Y:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the Bypass tray in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:6 for the rotate
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Y:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the Duplex unit in normal
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
Note: See Machine
Parameter Z:7 for the rotate
printing.
8 steps
-8 steps
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Y:8 ∼ Y:9 --- Factory use only
3-73
Machine Parameter Z:0
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 2nd cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:0 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Z:1
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 3rd cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:1 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
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Machine Parameter Z:2
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 4th cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:2 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Z:3
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 5th cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:3 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
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Machine Parameter Z:4
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the Large Capacity Cassette
in rotate printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:4 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Z:5
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the 1st cassette in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:5 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
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Machine Parameter Z:6
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the Bypass tray in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:6 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Z:7
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
Settings
127 steps
01111111
:
00100000
:
00010000
:
00001000
:
00000000
:
11110111
:
11101111
:
10000000
+12.7 mm
Printer registration
adjustment.
Adjusts the bottom margin at
the Duplex unit in rotate
printing.
32 steps
16 steps
The plus setting decrease the
bottom margin and the minus
setting increase it.
Each setting changes by
0.1 mm.
8 steps
-8 steps
Note: See Machine
Parameter Y:7 for the normal
printing.
-16 steps
-128 steps
+3.2 mm
+1.6 mm
+0.8 mm
4 mm
Å Initial setting
-0.8 mm
-1.6 mm
-12.8 mm
Note: The surrounding margin (right / left / top /
bottom) is set in Unique Switch F:2. If you want to
adjust only bottom margin, adjust it in this switch.
Machine Parameter Z:8 ∼ Z:9 --- Factory use only
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Scanner Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Set an A3-sized paper in the cassette.
Set the printing margin to “0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2.
Print the test pattern (Ladder pattern).
Confirm that four black squares are printed without lacking. The square is 10 mm × 10 mm.
If it is lacking, proceed to step 5. Otherwise, skip to step 6.
Adjust the start and end point to print of the cassette you loaded the A3-sized paper in Machine
Parameter K, M, S, U.
Make a copy (100%) with an A3-sized paper.
Compare the copy with the original document and confirm that the copy is printed correctly
If it is not printed correctly, proceed to step8. Otherwise, skip to step 9.
Adjust the scanning position in Machine Parameter B.
After finishing the adjustment, set the printing margin to “4 mm” in Unique Switch F:2.
Printing position Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Adjust the scanner.
Set the printing margin to “0 mm” in Unique Switch F:2.
Make a copy with a cassette you want.
Confirm that it is printed at center of the paper.
If not, proceed to step 5. Otherwise, skip to step 6.
Adjust the start and end point to print of the cassette you used in Machine Parameter K, M, S, U.
In the case of the rotate printing, adjust it in Machine Parameter L, N, T, V.
Set the printing margin to “4 mm” in Unique Switch F:2.
Adjust the each margin to set the printing margin to “4 mm”, if necessary.
In the case of the rotate printing, adjust it in Machine Parameter P, R, X, Z, if necessary.
Repeat step 3 ∼ 7 for other cassettes.
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3.3 Memory Switch Adjustment
3.3.1 Setting the Memory Switches
These switches are used to program internal machine parameters. The primary back up battery maintains
these settings if power is lost.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 1.
2. Select the desired memory switch by cursor key or by pressing a one-touch key plus a number on the
keypad. For example, to access memory switch B:1, press one-touch “B” plus the number “1” on the
numeric keypad.
3. Press [Enter].
4. To navigate through the memory switch settings:
• Press
or
of the cursor key to move the cursor.
• Press 0 or 1 on the numeric keypad to change the bit value.
• Press [Enter] to save the setting of the displayed memory switch and advance to the next
memory switch.
• Press [Cancel] not to save the setting of the displayed memory switch.
5. If you want to set other memory switches, repeat step 3-5. Otherwise, proceed to step 6.
6. Press RESET to return the machine to standby.
3.3.2 Clearing the Memory Switches
Resets the memory switches to factory defaults.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 1, [Clear].
3. Press [Enter]. The memory switches will reset to factory defaults.
Note: To finish the operation without clearing the memory switches, press [Cancel].
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Memory Switch A:0 - Dialer
7
6
5
4
3
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
1
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
DIS detect time after dialing
0: 55 sec
1: 70 sec
CED detection
0: No
1: Yes
Dial tone detection
0: Do not dial
1: Dial
Phone line type
0: PSTN
1: PBX
Usage/Comments
Sets the time DIS signal is detected after dialing a
number.
Can be use to ignore CED detection if noise on the
telephone line is mistaken as a 2100 Hz CED
signal.
Determines if the machine proceeds with dialing or
indicates an error if no dial tone is detected within
five seconds of going off-hook.
When set to PSTN, the machine checks for dial
tone and acts according to the setting of memory
switch A:0, bit 1. When set to PBX, the machine
always dials a given number of seconds after going
off-hook. Memory switch A:1 sets the number of
seconds.
Memory Switch A:1 - Dialer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
PBX mode dial pause
Usage/Comments
Sets the number of seconds the machine waits
before dialing when memory switch A:2, bit 0 is set
to PBX mode.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
3-80
Pause time
0 sec
1 sec
2 sec
3 sec Initial setting
4 sec
5 sec
6 sec
7 sec
8 sec
9 sec
10 sec
11 sec
12 sec
13 sec
14 sec
15 sec
Memory Switch A:2 - Dialer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Phone line type for the
second phone line?
0: PSTN
1: PBX
Usage/Comments
When set to PSTN, the machine checks for dial
tone and acts according to the setting of memory
switch A:0, bit 1. When set to PBX, the machine
always dials a given number of seconds after going
off-hook. Memory switch A:1 sets the number of
seconds.
Memory Switch A:3 ∼ A:4 --- Factory use only
Memory Switch A:5 - Dialer
7
6
5
4
3
2
Initial
Setting
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Dual ring detection
0: No
1: Yes
Long ring detection
0: No
1: Yes
Ring frequency detection
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
When enabled, the machine is able to auto answer
an incoming ring with an off time of 120 - 60 ms.
Allows the machine to respond to an incoming ring if
the ring on-time is longer than two seconds.
When disabled, the machine will not check the ring
frequency of incoming rings.
Memory Switch A:6 ∼ A:9 --- Factory use only
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Memory Switch B:0 - Transmission
7
Initial
Setting
1
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
2
1
0
1
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Busy tone detection
Sets this switch to “0” if the ring tone of remote unit
0: No
is mistaken for a busy signal.
1: Yes
Fallback pattern (bps)
2400
4800
7200
9600 14400
Set at 0: 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times
Set at 1: 4 times 1 times 1 times 1 times 1 times
Overseas mode
Re-enables echo suppression that is disabled by
0: No
the CED signal (2100 Hz). Also ignores the first DIS
1: Yes
signal and transmits the DCS signal in response to
the second DIS signal.
V.29 Echo Protect tone
International telephone lines equipped with echo
0: No
suppression will cut the beginning portion of the
1: Yes
transmitted information which may cause the
receiver not to receive the training and data. To
protect the received image from degrading, a 0.5
second Echo Protect tone is placed prior to the
training using G3 high speed modem training (V.29).
Maximum transmit speed (kbps)
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
1
1 1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1 1
1
1
0
0 0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0 0
1
1
0
0 1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1 0
1
0
1
3-82
Memory Switch B:1 - Transmission
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
The time between reception of CFR and transmission of data
When CFR and data overlap due to line echo, increase the interval between CFR
and data transmission using this switch.
6
5
1
0
250 ms 500 ms 750 ms 1000 ms
Switch 7 0
0
1
1
Switch 6 0
1
0
1
Interval between DCS and TCF
When FTT is received after DCS and TCF signals due to line echo, increase the
interval between DCS and TCF signals using this switch.
4
0
Switch 5
Switch 4
3
2
1
0
1
0
0
1
75 ms 300 ms 450 ms 600 ms
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Output attenuation
See table below
Memory Switch B:1…Output attenuation
Switch
3
2
1
0
-15
dB
1
1
1
1
-14
dB
1
1
1
0
-13
dB
1
1
0
1
-12
dB
1
1
0
0
-11
dB
1
0
1
1
-10
dB
1
0
1
0
-9
dB
1
0
0
1
3-83
-8
dB
1
0
0
0
-7
dB
0
1
1
1
-6
dB
0
1
1
0
-5
dB
0
1
0
1
-4
dB
0
1
0
0
-3
dB
0
0
1
1
-2
dB
0
0
1
0
-1
dB
0
0
0
1
-0
dB
0
0
0
0
Memory Switch B:2 - Transmission
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Data signaling rate (DCS)
0: V.17
1: V.33
Forced received print when
transmitting from memory
0: No
1: Yes
Changing the date format of
the transmitted TTI
0: No
1: Yes
TTI transmit
0: No
1: Yes
ECM response time
0: 3 sec
1: 4.8 sec
ECM error retransmit time
0: 200 ms
1: 400 ms
Interval between DIS and DCS
Switch 1
Switch 0
Determines communication protocol.
Will force a remote Muratec machine with memory
receive capabilities to print directly. This switch will
prevent a memory overflow error at the remote unit.
When set to “1”, the machine changes the date
format of the transmitted TTI from MM:DD:YY, or
vice versa.
When set at “0”, transmission of the TTI is disabled.
(Note: Turning TTI transmission off may violate
local or federal regulations.)
The time limit to receive the response signal for the
ECM post message.
The time limit before the ECM error is
retransmitted.
0 ms 500 ms 1000 ms 1500 ms
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Memory Switch B:3 - Transmission
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
ANSam detection
0: Yes
1: No
V.34 transmission
0: Yes
1: No
CSI/TSI/CIG transmit
0: Yes
1: No
ECM mode
0: On
1: Off
Retransmit automatically
when receiving RTN/PIN
signals
0: Yes
1: No
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
During the V8 handshake, if some noise disturbs
the handshake and an error occurs, set to “1”.
Individual setting for V.34 transmission.
When set at “1”, transmission of the CSI, TSI and
CIG signals are disabled.
Determines ECM mode. ECM mode reduces
document memory and may lengthen transmission
and reception times.
When set to “1”, retransmission disables
automatically if receiving RTN/PIN signals.
Memory Switch B:4 --- Factory use only
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Memory Switch B:5 - Transmission
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
5
4
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Sending RTC signal when
transmission is canceled
0: Yes
1: No
1
1
0
0
Cancel redial if T.4.1 or T.4.4
error occurs
0: Yes
1: No
Action after EOR signal
0: Continue
1: Discontinue
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Program individual autodialer
attributes
0: No
1: Yes
Allows individual setting of memory switches B:0 as
attribute 1, B:1 as attribute 2, B:2 as attribute 3 and
B:3 as attribute 4 when one-touch and speed dial
locations are programmed. (Refer to page 3-97 for
settings.)
RTC signal is sent at the end of the transmission.
When set at “0”, the machine will send the RTC if
the transmission is canceled. No error will occur.
When set at “1”, an error will occur because RTC
will not be sent at the end of a canceled
transmission.
When set at “0”, if a T.4.1 or T.4.4 error occurs, the
machine will not retry the transmission.
Sets action after receiving PPR four times at 2400
bps.
Memory Switch B:6 ∼ B:9 --- Factory use only
Memory Switch C:0 - Reception
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Data error rate
0: 10%
1: 20%
Pause one second after
sending CED
0: No (75 ms)
1: Yes (1 sec)
Usage/Comments
Determines the allowable number of erred lines out
of total lines received in a document.
A 2100 Hz CED signal disables echo suppression in
some telephone equipment. When set to "1", the
machine pauses one second after sending CED,
which allows echo suppression to restart. This may
help with problematic overseas reception.
Factory use only
Factory use only
Receive speed (kbps)
Maximum receive speed may be slowed to compensate for poor phone lines.
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
1
1 1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1 1
1
1
0
0 0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0 0
1
1
0
0 1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1 0
1
0
1
3-85
Memory Switch C:1 - Reception
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
4
0
3
1
2
0
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Received document length
limit
0: No limit
1: 3 m (9.8 feet)
T1 timer
0: 35 sec
1: 20 sec
Set the limit of received document length.
Print image data when post
message is not received after
receiving RTC signal
0: No
1: Yes
Disable ITU-T superfine
reception
0: Yes
1: No
Adjusts the T1 time-out. After the machine dials the
remote machine’s phone number, it begins sending
CNG and waits this amount of time before
disconnecting the line.
If the received document includes the RTC, the
machine prints the data even though the following
protocol is not succeeded.
Set to “1” if a compatibility error occurs because the
transmitting machine does not understand the
extended frame for ITU-T superfine resolution.
(Note: Setting this switch to “1” will disable superfine
mode.)
G3 echo receive
Adjusts the delay between detection of training/TCF and sending of CFR.
Switch 1
Switch 0
100 ms 500 ms 800 ms 1200 ms
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Memory Switch C:2 ∼ C:9 --- Factory use only
3-86
Memory Switch D:0 - Modem
Switch
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
Adjust
Number of HDLC end flags
Usage/Comments
Defines the number of HDLC end flags.
Switch 7 6 5 4
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
0
5
1
4
0
3
2
0
1
1
0
0
1
Factory use only
Group delay compensation
0: No
1: Yes
Digital cable equalizer
0: Free
1: Hold
Carrier detection level
0: -43/48 dB
1: -47/52 dB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Initial setting
As if two exchangers are selected to communicate
each other, compensate the group delay.
When set to “1”, become efficient for the line short
break, but become weak for the line noise. It’s
available only for communication at 14,400 or
12,000 bit/s.
Setting this switch to “1” increases the sensitivity.
Memory Switch D:1 - Modem
7
6
Initial
Setting
1
0
EYE-Q check level at
7200 bps
5
4
1
0
EYE-Q check level at
9600 bps
3
2
1
0
EYE-Q check level at
12000 bps
1
0
1
0
EYE-Q check level at
14400 bps
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
0
0
1
1
Strict-- - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
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Memory Switch D:2 - Modem
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
1
5
4
3
2
0
0
1
0
Factory use only
Factory use only
EYE-Q check level at
2400 bps
1
0
1
0
EYE-Q check level at
4800 bps
Switch
Adjust
EYE-Q slice level
0: Disable
1: Enable
Check EYE-Q
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Setting this bit to “1” enables memory switch D:2,
bits 0-3 and memory switch D:1, bits 0-7 and
enables EYE-Q check adjustment.
Set at 0: Line condition status (EYE-Q) is not
checked after checking TCF.
Set at 1: Line condition status (EYE-Q) is checked
after checking TCF.
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
Strict - - - - - - - - - - - -Lenient
0
1
0
1
Memory Switch D:3 - Modem
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Delete receive echo of CFR
at the receiver side
0: No
1: Yes
Expand FSK receive time
after detecting flag
0: 3.3 seconds
1: 10 seconds
Usage/Comments
Modem will be opened only in high-speed mode.
Sets this switch to “1” to resolve the problem
caused of the echo of CFR.
Setting this switch to “1” extend HDLC frame
receive timer in FSK from 3.3 seconds to 10
seconds after detecting pre-amble.
Memory Switch D:4 ∼ D:9 --- Factory use only
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Memory Switch E:0 - Scanner
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Document TX length limit
0: 3.6 meters
1: 1 meter
Usage/Comments
Setting to unlimited will override document jam
sensing.
Memory Switch E:1 ∼ F:9 --- Factory use only
Memory Switch G:0 - Remote reception
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
1
5
0
4
3
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
CML relay off time after
dialing
0: 1 sec
1: 200 ms
DTMF tones heard through
handset
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Switch to fax upon TAD
disconnect
0: No
1: Yes
Remote reception from the
second phone
0: No
1: Yes
Remote reception from fax
handset
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
When dialing from the keypad, phone line noise
may occur as the CML relay switches on and off.
Set this switch to “0” to avoid this.
Determines if DTMF tones are produced through
the handset in off-hook dialing.
In Ans/Fax Ready mode, if this switch is set to “1”,
the machine will switch to fax when any device
connected to the external telephone jack, such as a
second phone or TAD, hangs up.
Ability to perform remote reception (hook-flash
transfer) from the second phone.
Ability to perform remote reception (hook-flash
transfer) from the fax handset.
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Memory Switch G:1 - Remote reception
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
1
4
1
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Off-hook / on-hook detect
time (remote reception)
Sets the time interval between the off-hook/on-hook
condition for remote reception.
Switch 7 6 5 4 Time
0000
0 ms
0001
10 ms
0010
20 ms
0011
30 ms Initial setting
0100
40 ms
0101
50 ms
0110
60 ms
0111
70 ms
1000
80 ms
1001
90 ms
1 0 1 0 100 ms
1 0 1 1 110 ms
1 1 0 0 120 ms
1 1 0 1 130 ms
1 1 1 0 140 ms
1 1 1 1 150 ms
Off-hook / on-hook detect
time
Sets the time interval between the on-hook and offhook(or off-hook/on-hook) condition.
Switch 3 2 1 0 Time
0000
0 ms
0001
100 ms
0010
200 ms
0011
300 ms
0100
400 ms Initial setting
0101
500 ms
0110
600 ms
0111
700 ms
1000
800 ms
1001
900 ms
1 0 1 0 1000 ms
1 0 1 1 1100 ms
1 1 0 0 1200 ms
1 1 0 1 1300 ms
1 1 1 0 1400 ms
1 1 1 1 1500 ms
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Memory Switch G:2 - Remote reception
7
6
5
4
3
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Switch-hook time
Usage/Comments
If the switch hook is quickly depressed and
released, switch-to-fax will occur. This setting
adjusts how quickly the switch hook activation must
be.
Switch 3 2 1 0
Time
0000
0 ms
0001
100 ms
0010
200 ms
0011
300 ms Initial setting
0100
400 ms
0101
500 ms
0110
600 ms
0111
700 ms
1000
800 ms
1001
900 ms
1 0 1 0 1000 ms
1 0 1 1 1100 ms
1 1 0 0 1200 ms
1 1 0 1 1300 ms
1 1 1 0 1400 ms
1 1 1 1 1500 ms
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Memory Switch G:3 - Remote reception and TAD interface
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
1
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
1
1
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Adjust silent detection time
This switch adjusts the length of silence required
for silent detection activation.
Switch 7 6 5 4
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
1 sec
0010
2 sec
0011
3 sec
0100
4 sec
0101
5 sec Initial setting
0110
6 sec
0111
7 sec
1000
8 sec
1001
9 sec
1010
10 sec
1011
11 sec
1100
12 sec
1101
13 sec
1110
14 sec
1111
15 sec
Number of seconds silent
detection remains active
This switch adjusts the length of time silence
detection remains active.
Switch 3 2 1 0
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
10 sec
0010
20 sec
0011
30 sec
0100
40 sec
0101
50 sec
0110
60 sec Initial setting
0111
70 sec
1000
80 sec
1001
90 sec
1 0 1 0 100 sec
1 0 1 1 110 sec
1 1 0 0 120 sec
1 1 0 1 130 sec
1 1 1 0 140 sec
1 1 1 1 150 sec
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Memory Switch G:4 - Remote reception and TAD interface
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
1
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
Switch
Incoming rings
Adjust
Usage/Comments
CNG detect period after TAD
begins recording ICM
Sets the period during which CNG is detected after
the TAD begins recording incoming messge.
Switch 7 6 5 4
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
10 sec
0010
20 sec
0011
30 sec Initial setting
0100
40 sec
0101
50 sec
0110
60 sec
0111
70 sec
1000
80 sec
1001
90 sec
1 0 1 0 100 sec
1 0 1 1 110 sec
1 1 0 0 120 sec
1 1 0 1 130 sec
1 1 1 0 140 sec
1 1 1 1 150 sec
CNG detect period after TAD
answers
Sets the period during which CNG is detected after
the TAD answers an incoming call.
Switch 3 2 1 0
Time
0000
0 sec
0001
10 sec Initial setting
0010
20 sec
0011
30 sec
0100
40 sec
0101
50 sec
0110
60 sec
0111
70 sec
1000
80 sec
1001
90 sec
1 0 1 0 100 sec
1 0 1 1 110 sec
1 1 0 0 120 sec
1 1 0 1 130 sec
1 1 1 0 140 sec
1 1 1 1 150 sec
TAD plays Outgoing message
TAD records Incoming message
CNG detection is active
CNG detection is active
(Adjusted by Memory switch G:4, bit 0-3)
(Adjusted by Memory switch G:4, bit 4-7)
Silent detection is active
(Adjusted by Memory switch G:3, bit 0-3)
Silent detection time
(Adjusted by Memory switch G:3, bit 4-7)
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Memory Switch G:5 - Remote reception
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Adjustment of CI detect time
Sets the time added to or reduced from the CI
detect time.
Switch 7 6 5 4 3
11111
11110
:
10100
10011
10010
10001
00000
00001
00010
00011
00100
:
01110
01111
Factory use only
Factory use only
Beep if fax handset hang up
0: Yes
1: No
Time
15 msec
14 msec
:
4 msec
3 msec
2 msec
1 msec
0 msec
-1 msec
-2 msec
-3 msec
-4 msec
:
-14 msec
-15 msec
Initial setting
Determines if your machine beeps when having left
the fax’s handset hanging up after communication.
Memory Switch G:6 - Remote reception and TAD interface
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Off-hook / on-hook detect
time for remote reception
Usage/Comments
Sets the time interval between the off-hook/on-hook
condition for remote reception.
Switch 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
00000000
00000001
00000010
00000011
00000100
Time
30 ms
20 ms
40 ms
60 ms
80 ms
11111110
11111111
5080 ms
5100 ms
Note: Refer to Memory Switch G:1.
Memory Switch G:7 ∼ G:9 --- Factory use only
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Initial setting
Memory Switch H:0 - Operation
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
4
0
0
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Display error line
0: No
1: Yes
Total line monitor
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Sort autodialer printout
0: Sort by autodialer location
1: Sort by location ID
Print check message if power
is lost
0: No
1: Yes
Print page if error occurs
during memory transmission
0: No
1: Yes
Print check message
0: No
1: Yes
Stop printing check message
for a memory transmission by
pressing the stop key
0: No
1: Yes
The number of error lines contained in the received
data will be shown in the LCD.
Allows fax communication to be heard through the
monitor speaker.
Specifies how entries on autodialer printouts are
sorted.
In the event of two power losses in a 40 hour
period, documents will be lost. When power is
restored, a check message will print.
For easy identification, the first page of a document
stored for memory transmission will print along a
check message if an error occurs during memory
transmission.
To notify the user of an error, a check message can
be printed if a communication error occurs.
Determines if pressing the stop key stop printing the
check message for a memory transmission.
Memory Switch H:1 - Operation
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
1
4
3
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Print TCR with the original
page during memory
transmission when the result
is NG
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Print TCR with the original
page during memory
transmission when the result
is OK
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Display modem speed
0: No
1: Yes
For easy identification, the first page of a document
stored for memory transmission will print along a
TCR when the transmission result is NG.
For easy identification, the first page of a document
stored for memory transmission will print along a
TCR when the transmission result is OK.
The transmit/receive speed is displayed in the LCD.
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Memory Switch H:2 - Operation
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Erase polled document
0: No
1: Yes
Print TCR after the batch
transmission
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Determines if a document stored for polling is
erased after being polled.
Determines if printing the confirmation report after
completing the batch transmission.
Memory Switch H:3 ∼ J:9 --- Factory use only
3.4 Clear Programmed Data / User Settings
User programmed information such as autodialer entries, date, time, Transmit Terminal Identifier (TTI),
Subscriber ID, etc., are stored in the machine’s Random Access Memory (RAM). This information is held
by a battery back up when the power is lost.
This function does not clear the machine parameters, memory switches and unique switches. Therefore,
this setting is useful to reset the user programmed information but leave specific parameters and switches
configured for a particular telephone system, etc.
To reset only each switch, see page 3-2, 3-79 and 3-100.
Note: If desired, the All RAM Clear setting can be used to erase all user programmed information, all
documents in memory, and reset the memory switches and machine parameters to factory defaults.
For information on the All RAM Clear setting, see the next page.
1. To clear programmed data and user settings, from standby, press MENU, *, 2.
2. Press [Enter].
Note: To finish the operation without performing initialization, press [Cancel].
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3.5 All RAM Clear
The All RAM Clear setting will erase all user programmed information, all documents in memory, and reset
the memory switches and machine parameters to factory defaults.
This feature may also be used to try and clear a machine malfunction or lock up. If possible, when the All
RAM Clear is used to reset a malfunction or lock up, it is advisable to print the machine settings, onetouch and speed dial listings to help in reprogramming this information.
Note: The All RAM Clear does not clear the machine parameters, life monitor and consumable order
sheet. If you need to clear them, see “Clearing the machine parameters,” page 3-2 or “Clear Life
Monitor,” page 3-140.
1. To perform an All RAM Clear, from standby, press MENU, *, 3.
2. Press [Enter].
Note: To finish the operation without performing RAM clear, press [Cancel].
3.6 Setting Individual Autodialer Attributes
This function allows the user to configure an individual one-touch or speed dial entry with the settings
shown in Memory Switches B:0, B:1, B:2 and B:3.
To set the individual attributes:
1. Change memory switch B:5, bit 7 to a “1”. (See setting 3.3.1 Setting the Memory Switches for more
information on changing memory switch B:5.)
2. When the function is enabled, an “Attribute” option is added to the autodialer programming steps. As a
one-touch or speed dial location is programmed, an extra step showing Attribute 1, Attribute 2, Attribute
3, and Attribute 4 are added as the last step.
3. Set the individual bit positions as shown in the following table. To change a setting, press
or
of
the cursor key until the cursor is below the desired bit position; then press “1” or “0” to make the
change.
4. Press [Enter] to save the setting and advance to the next attribute.
5. To set the other attribute, repeat steps 3-4.
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6. If you want to set other autodialer’s attribute, press [Exit] and select desired autodialer, then repeat
steps 3-4.
If you want to finish this operation, press RESET to return to standby.
Attribute 1 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch B:0)
7
Initial
Setting
1
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
2
1
0
1
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Busy tone detection
Sets this switch to “0” if the ring tone of remote unit
0: No
is mistaken for a busy signal.
1: Yes
Fallback pattern (bps)
2400
4800
7200
9600 14400
Set at 0: 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 times
Set at 1: 4 times 1 times 1 times 1 times 1 times
Overseas mode
Re-enables echo suppression that is disabled by
0: No
the CED signal (2100 Hz). Also ignores the first DIS
1: Yes
signal and transmits the DCS signal in response to
the second DIS signal.
V.29 Echo Protect tone
International telephone lines equipped with echo
0: No
suppression will cut the beginning portion of the
1: Yes
transmitted information which may cause the
receiver not to receive the training and data. To
protect the received image from degrading, a 0.5
second Echo Protect tone is placed prior to the
training using G3 high speed modem training (V.29).
Maximum transmit speed (kbps)
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
1
1 1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1 1
1
1
0
0 0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0 0
1
1
0
0 1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1 0
1
0
1
Attribute 2 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch B:1)
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
The time between reception of CFR and transmission of data
When CFR and data overlap due to line echo, increase the interval between CFR
and data transmission using this switch.
6
5
1
0
250 ms 500 ms 750 ms 1000 ms
Switch 7 0
0
1
1
Switch 6 0
1
0
1
Interval between DCS and TCF
When FTT is received after DCS and TCF signals due to line echo, increase the
interval between DCS and TCF signals using this switch.
4
0
Switch 5
Switch 4
3
2
1
0
1
0
0
1
75 ms 300 ms 450 ms 600 ms
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Output attenuation
See table on next page
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Output attenuation when individual autodialer attributes are set.
Switch
3
2
1
0
-15
dB
1
1
1
1
-14
dB
1
1
1
0
-13
dB
1
1
0
1
-12
dB
1
1
0
0
-11
dB
1
0
1
1
-10
dB
1
0
1
0
-9
dB
1
0
0
1
-8
dB
1
0
0
0
-7
dB
0
1
1
1
-6
dB
0
1
1
0
-5
dB
0
1
0
1
-4
dB
0
1
0
0
-3
dB
0
0
1
1
-2
dB
0
0
1
0
-1
dB
0
0
0
1
-0
dB
0
0
0
0
Attribute 3 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch B:2)
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Data signaling rate (DCS)
0: V.17
1: V.33
Forced received print when
transmitting from memory
0: No
1: Yes
Changing the date format of
the transmitted TTI
0: No
1: Yes
TTI transmit
0: No
1: Yes
ECM response time
0: 3 sec
1: 4.8 sec
ECM error retransmit time
0: 200 ms
1: 400 ms
Interval between DIS and DCS
Switch 1
Switch 0
Determines communication protocol.
Will force a remote Muratec machine with memory
receive capabilities to print directly. This switch will
prevent a memory overflow error at the remote unit.
When set to “1”, the machine changes the date
format of the transmitted TTI from MM:DD:YY, or
vice versa.
When set at “0”, transmission of the TTI is disabled.
(Note: Turning TTI transmission off may violate
local or federal regulations.)
The time limit to receive the response signal for the
ECM post message.
The time limit before the ECM error is
retransmitted.
0 ms 500 ms 1000 ms 1500 ms
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Attribute 4 - Individual Autodialer Setting (Equivalent to Memory Switch B:3)
7
6
5
4
3
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Retransmit automatically
when receiving RTN/PIN
signals
0: Yes
1: No
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
When set to “1”, retransmission disables
automatically if receiving RTN/PIN signals.
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3.7 Unique Switch Adjustment
3.7.1 Setting the Unique Switches
These switches are used to program internal machine parameters. The primary back up battery maintains
these settings if power is lost.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 4.
2. Select the desired unique switch by cursor key or by pressing a one-touch key plus a number on the
keypad. For example, to access unique switch B:1, press one-touch “B” plus the number “1” on the
numeric keypad.
3. Press [Enter].
4. To navigate through the unique switch settings:
• Press
or
of the cursor key to move the cursor.
• Press 0 or 1 on the numeric keypad to change the bit value.
• Press [Enter] to save the setting of the displayed unique switch and advance to the next unique
switch.
• Press [Cancel] not to save the setting of the displayed unique switch.
5. If you want to set other unique switches, repeat step 3-5. Otherwise, proceed to step 6.
6. Press RESET to return the machine to standby.
3.7.2 Clearing the Unique Switches
Resets the unique switches to factory defaults.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 4, [Clear].
3. Press [Enter]. The unique switches will reset to factory defaults.
Note: To finish the operation without clearing the unique switches, press [Cancel].
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Unique Switch a:0 — Dialer
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
1
5
0
4
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Congestion tone detection
0: No
1: Yes
Ring back tone wait time
(seconds)
3.0 3.3 3.6 3.9
Switch 5: 0
0
1
1
Switch 4: 0
1
0
1
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Setting this switch to “0” ignores telephone line
congestion tones.
Sets the time until the ring back tone begins after
answering an incoming call in the Fax/Tel Ready or
Tel/Fax Ready mode.
Unique Switch a:1 ∼ a:9 --- Factory use only
Unique Switch b:0 - Transmission
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
The number of times PPR is detected during ECM transmission
1 time 2 times 3 times 4 times
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Unique Switch b:1 ∼ b:4 --- Factory use only
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Unique Switch b:5 - Transmission
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
4
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
The length of the
communication failure report
in Relay broadcast (unique)
0: A4
1: No limit
Send the result of Relay
broadcast (unique) to the
sender unit when the
communication failure
occurred
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Determine the length of the communication failure
report in Relay broadcast.
Note: This is available only when you set Unique
Switch i:3 bit 7 to “1”.
Send the information of the unit which had a
communication failure in Relay broadcast to the
sender unit.
Note: This is available only when you set Unique
Switch i:3 bit 7 to “1”.
Unique Switch b:6 - Transmission
Switch
7
Initial
Setting
1
6
1
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Available *, # and space
upon F-code box registration
0: No
1: Yes
Available *, # and space
upon F-code communicating
0: No
1: Yes
Ignore space in F-code ID
0: Yes
1: No
F-code sub-frame off
0: Send
1: Not send
Send F-code box’s TTI
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Retrieve document
0: No
1: Yes
Ignore F-code bit
0: No
1: Yes
Determines if the * (asterisk), # (sharp) and space
are available upon F-code box registration.
Determines if the * (asterisk), # (sharp) and space
are available upon F-code communicating.
Determines if checking the space stored in the
F-code ID.
Do not send the sub-address and password of Fcode box when a point of sending DCS signal after
EOM signal.
Transmit the sub-address and box name of F-code
box with F-code polling document.
Retrieve the document received in F-code
SecureMail box by polling transmission.
Neglect SEP bit of DTC signal or SUB bit of DCS
signal at F-code polled transmission.
Note: The “F-code communication” is possible the SecureMail and Polling operation using the F-code
(SUB/SEP/PWD/SID). However, it is not based on T.33 recommendation.
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Unique Switch b:7 — Transmission
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
JBIG transmission
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Determines if the JBIG transmission is available.
Unique Switch b:8 - Transmission
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Transmission when disable to
detect first NSF in feeder
transmission.
0: Retry to detect NSF
1: Transmit with the standard
protocol
Determines the action when disable to detect first
NSF in feeder transmission.
Unique Switch b:9 --- Factory use only
3-103
Unique Switch c:0 - Reception
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
1
4
1
3
1
2
0
1
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
MMR storage
0: No
1: Yes
Transmit CED signal when
manual/remote receive
0: No
1: Yes
Pseudo-ring start time
(seconds)
5 6 8 10
Switch 3: 0 0 1
1
Switch 2: 0 1 0
1
Print a page completed to
receive during receiving into
memory
0: No
1: Yes
Avoid time out in ECM
reception
0: No
1: Yes
Determines if the MMR storage is available.
Determines if sending CED signal at on-hook
transfer.
Sets the time the pseudo-ring begins after
answering an incoming call.
(Fax/Tel Ready or Tel/Fax Ready mode only.)
Determines if printing a page which completed to
receive the data during receiving it into fax’s
memory.
Disables 60 seconds RNR time out in ECM mode.
3-104
Unique Switch c:1 - Reception
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
1
5
1
4
0
3
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
T1 timer adjustment
Usage/Comments
When the machine switches to fax by on-hook
transfer, the machine will seize the telephone line
and attempt to handshake.
Switch 7 5 6 4
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
TCF check time
(in 100 ms units)
Settings
0s
1s
2s
3s
4s
5s
6 s ← Initial setting
7s
8s
9s
10 s
11 s
12 s
13 s
14 s
15 s
If the TCF time is such that poor image quality is the
result, lengthen the TCF check time.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
3-105
Time
0 ms
100 ms
200 ms
300 ms
400 ms
500 ms
600 ms
700 ms
800 ms
900 ms
1000 ms ← Initial setting
1100 ms
1200 ms
1300 ms
1400 ms
1500 ms
Unique Switch c:2 - Reception
7
6
5
4
3
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
JBIG reception
0: No
1: Yes
Receive the junk fax
0: Yes
1: No
Determines how documents from the remote fax are
received.
Print the communication
failure report with your unit in
Relay broadcast
0: No
1: Yes
Call request when remaining
memory size is small
0:No
1:Yes
When the block junk fax feature was set to Mode 2
and the fax does not receive the TSI signal from the
remote fax, determines if receiving the fax other
than the remote fax number set to the block junk
dial list.
When set to “1”, not only the sender unit but also
your unit prints the communication failure report in
Relay broadcast.
Setting this switch to “1” prompt call request to
transmitter when remaining memory size is small
after receiving the document which not the last
page.
Unique Switch c:3 - Reception
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Number of seconds pseudoring rings (seconds)
30 40 50 60
Switch 1: 0
0
1
1
Switch 0: 0
1
0
1
Sets the length of time the pseudo-ring rings.
Unique Switch c:4 ∼ c:9 --- Factory use only
3-106
Unique Switch d:0 - Modem
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
1
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
3429 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
3200 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
3000 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
2800 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
2400 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
If the error frame often occurs because of the
symbol rate is too high, setting this switch to “1”
mask that symbol rate and keep down the
occurrence of error frame.
See above (switch 5 to 2).
Unique Switch d:1 - Modem
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Adjust
Forced 2400 symbol
rate when probing SNR
is adverse
Usage/Comments
SNR means that Signal Noise Ratio.
If the SNR is less than the threshold you set, the
modem overrides the bandwidth evaluation
algorithm and forces the symbol rate to2400 baud.
3-107
Unique Switch d:2 - Modem
7
Initial
Setting
1
6
5
4
3
2
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
V8 handshake in feeder Tx
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
ANSam output time
0: 3 sec
1: 4 sec
Factory use only
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
Determine if the handshaking will be done with V.8
recommendation in feeder transmission.
The time limit to output the ANSam (A sinewave
signal at 2100 Hz amplitude-modulated). Sets to “1”
when the V.8 handshake is hard to achieve.
Unique Switch d:3 ∼ d:6 --- Factory use only
Unique Switch d:7 - Modem
7
6
5
4
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
3
0
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
The delay before postmessage is transmitted
Usage/Comments
If retraining occurs due to the low reception signal
level and few delay of the telephone line, it may
overlap the second post-message. In this case,
increase the delay before the post-message is
transmitted.
Switch 4:
Switch 3:
2
1
0
0
0
0
0 ms
0
0
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch d:8 ∼ d:9 --- Factory use only
3-108
100 ms
0
1
200 ms
1
0
300 ms
1
1
Unique Switch e:0 - Scanner
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
1
5
0
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Transmit a small document at
center
0: No
1: Yes
Scanning standard point of
ADF
0: Front left
1: Rear left
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Hyper fine resolution
0: No
1: Yes
When set to “1”, the image will transmit at center
even when you put the small document along the
edge.
When set to “0”, the document is scanned from the
front left point and the rear part can be missed in
the case that the image is larger than the recording
paper.
When set to “1”, the front part can be missed.
When set to “1”, Super fine resolution (203 dpi ×
392 lpi) changes into Hyper fine resolution (406 dpi
× 392 lpi).
Unique Switch e:1
7
Initial
Setting
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Set the fixed ratio for copy
and the auto ratio in detail
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Rotate B5
document and
store it as B5
0: Not rotate
1: Rotate
Rotate A5
document and
store it as A5
0: Not rotate
1: Rotate
Rotate A4 document and
store it as A4
0: Not rotate
1: Rotate
When set to “1”, the ratio will be calculated in detail
automatically according to the document size and
the recording paper size.
This is available when the rotate transmission is set
to ON.
This is available when the rotate transmission is set
to ON.
This is available when the rotate transmission is set
to ON.
Unique Switch e:2 ∼ e:5 --- Factory use only
3-109
Unique Switch e:6 - Scanner
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Left edge document margin
adjustment upon scanning
using FBS
Adjusts the left edge margin
when scanning document by
FBS.
Each setting changes by
0.4233 mm.
Switch 5 4 3 2 1 0
000000
000001
000101
001010
001111
010100
011001
011111
100011
101000
101101
110010
110111
111100
111111
Settings
0
mm
0.42 mm
2.11 mm
4.23 mm
6.35 mm
8.42 mm
10.58 mm
12.70 mm
14.83 mm
16.93 mm
19.05 mm
21.17 mm
23.28 mm
25.40 mm
26.67 mm
Unique Switch e:7 - Scanner
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Right edge document margin
adjustment upon scanning
using FBS
Adjusts the right edge margin
when scanning document by
FBS.
Each setting changes by
0.4233 mm.
3-110
Switch 5 4 3 2 1 0
000000
000001
000101
001010
001111
010100
011001
011111
100011
101000
101101
110010
110111
111100
111111
Settings
0
mm
0.42 mm
2.11 mm
4.23 mm
6.35 mm
8.42 mm
10.58 mm
12.70 mm
14.83 mm
16.93 mm
19.05 mm
21.17 mm
23.28 mm
25.40 mm
26.67 mm
Unique Switch e:8 - Scanner
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Leading edge document
margin adjustment upon
scanning using FBS
Switch 5 4 3 2 1 0
000000
000001
000010
000011
000100
000101
000110
000111
001000
001001
001010
001011
001100
001101
001110
001111
010000
010001
010010
010011
010100
010101
010110
010111
011000
011001
:
:
111111
Adjusts the leading edge
margin when scanning
document by FBS.
Each setting changes by
1 mm.
3-111
Settings
0 mm
1 mm
2 mm
3 mm
4 mm
5 mm
6 mm
7 mm
8 mm
9 mm
10 mm
11 mm
12 mm
13 mm
14 mm
15 mm
16 mm
17 mm
18 mm
19 mm
20 mm
21 mm
22 mm
23 mm
24 mm
25 mm
63 mm
Unique Switch e:9 - Scanner
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Trailing edge document
margin adjustment upon
scanning using FBS
Switch 5 4 3 2 1 0
000000
000001
000010
000011
000100
000101
000110
000111
001000
001001
001010
001011
001100
001101
001110
001111
010000
010001
010010
010011
010100
010101
010110
010111
011000
011001
:
:
111111
Adjusts the trailing edge
margin when scanning
document by FBS.
Each setting changes by
1 mm.
3-112
Settings
0 mm
1 mm
2 mm
3 mm
4 mm
5 mm
6 mm
7 mm
8 mm
9 mm
10 mm
11 mm
12 mm
13 mm
14 mm
15 mm
16 mm
17 mm
18 mm
19 mm
20 mm
21 mm
22 mm
23 mm
24 mm
25 mm
63 mm
Unique Switch f:0 - Printer
7
6
Initial
Setting
1
0
5
1
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Smoothing of List print in
normal printing
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in S-Fine rotate
printing
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in Normal rotate
printing
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in H-Fine (400 x
400 dpi) mode
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in S-Fine (200 x
400 dpi) mode
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in Fine mode
0: No
1: Yes
Smoothing in Normal mode
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Smoothes the data scanned in each resolution
mode.
Unique Switch f:1 - Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Print reduction
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
If the document size is different from the recording
paper size in the paper cassette:
When set to “0”, print the image at 100 % size on
two or more pages.
When set to “1”, reduce printout to fit on one sheet.
3-113
Unique Switch f:2 - Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Printing margin adjustment.
Usage/Comments
Switch
76543210
00000000
00000001
:
00101000
:
00110010
:
00111100
:
01000110
:
01010000
:
01011010
:
01100100
:
11001000
:
11111111
Each setting changes
by 0.1 mm.
Settings
0 mm
0.1 mm
4.0 mm
Å Initial setting
5.0 mm
6.0 mm
7.0 mm
8.0 mm
9.0 mm
10.0 mm
20.0 mm
25.5 mm
Unique Switch f:3 — Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Adjust
Printer contrast adjustment.
Usage/Comments
Switch
Unique Switch f:4 ∼ f:7 --- Factory use only
3-114
76543210
Settings
00000000
00000001
00000010
00000011
00000100
00000101
00000110
00000111
00001000
:
Not available
Lightest
:
:
Normal
Initial setting
:
:
Darkest
Not available
↓
Å
Unique Switch f:8- Printer
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Number of the available
pages to print after appearing
the replace message of the
toner or the drum.
Switch
76543210
00000000
00000001
:
00110010
:
01100100
:
10010110
:
11001000
:
11111111
Settings
0 page
1 page
50 pages
100 pages
Å Initial setting
150 pages
200 pages
255 pages
Unique Switch f:9 --- Factory use only
Unique Switch g:0 - Remote reception
7
6
5
4
3
2
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Use numeric keypad on the
fax using second phone
0: No
1: Yes
Manual transmit/receive
using Start key after off-hook
of second phone
0: No
1: Yes
Silent detection
0: No
1: Yes
Determines if using the numeric keypad on the
control panel of the fax using the second phone.
Determines if transmitting or receiving manually
using Start key after off-hook of the second phone.
Enables or disables silent detection during Ans/Fax
Ready mode.
3-115
Unique Switch g:1 - Remote reception
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Flash key On/Off time
Usage/Comments
Sets the flash time when the Soft key that
programmed flash function is pressed.
Switch 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Time
00000000
0 ms
00000001
10 ms
00000010
20 ms

00011110
300 ms
11111100
11111101
11111110
11111111
2520 ms
2530 ms
2540 ms
2550 ms
Unique Switch g:2 --- Factory use only
Unique Switch g:3 - Remote reception
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Expand the setting range of
the number of the receiving
rings to 15 times
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
When set to “1”, you can set the number of the
receiving rings within 15 times.
3-116
Unique Switch g:4 - Remote reception
7
6
5
4
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Load 24V to TEL 2 line
0: No
1: Yes
When set to “1”, 24 V will be loaded to TEL 2 in
communication.
Note: Set to “1” in g:4 bit 0 when make this feature
available.
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Set the relay of TEL 2 in
Silent receiving
0: On
1: Off
When set to “1”, TEL 2 does not ring in the silent
receiving.
Unique Switch g:5 ∼ g:6 --- Factory use only
Unique Switch g:7 – Remote reception and TAD interface
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
4
0
3
0
Switch
2
0
1
1
0
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Strict condition of CNG
detection after OGM output
0: No
1: Yes
CNG detection during OGM
output in ANS Ready
0: Yes
1: No
Number of detection DTMF
When set at “1”, the condition of CNG detection
becomes strict. CNG should be detected 2times
continuously and the OFF time should be 2∼4 sec.
Sets the number of detection the DTMF during
Ans/Fax Ready mode.
Switch 3 2 1 0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010

1111
Unique Switch g:8 ∼ g:9 --- Factory use only
3-117
Number of detection
Not detect
1
2
3 Initial setting
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
15
Unique Switch h:0 - Operation
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
0
5
1
4
0
3
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
LCD error message
After an error message has printed, the setting of
0: Remains in LCD
this switch determines if the error message will
1: Returns to standby
remain in the display.
Buzzer/keypad volume
OFF Low Medium Maximum
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Factory use only
Priority mode
Determine if Copy mode or Fax mode appears
0: Copy mode
when the machine returns to standby with auto
1: Fax mode
reset.
Note: It is also available when turn the machine on.
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch h:1 - Operation
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
5
4
3
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Line monitor in Quick
memory transmission
0: On
1: Off
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Secure RX document to
polling document
0: No
1: Yes
RX document to polling
document
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
Retrieve the document received in the SecureMail
box by polling transmission.
Retrieve the document received in the memory by
polling transmission.
Unique Switch h:2 --- Factory use only
3-118
Unique Switch h:3 - Operation
7
6
Initial
Setting
0
0
5
0
4
3
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Print consumable order sheet
(drum)
0: No
1: Yes
Print consumable order sheet
(toner)
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Continuous polling daily
0: One day
1: Every days
F-code Rx message print
0: Yes
1: No
Factory use only
Factory use only
When the drum cartridge has reached its design life,
print the consumable order sheet out.
When the toner cartridge is empty, print the
consumable sheet out.
Set a time limit for continuous polling.
Print message when the document received in the
F-code box.
Unique Switch h:4 - Operation
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
4
0
3
2
0
1
Switch
1
0
0
0
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
When the Department code
feature in ON, it affect to the
manual reception
0: No
1: Yes
When the Department code
feature in ON, it affect to the
manual transmission
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Priority of consumable order
sheet printing
0: Print after the current
printing job completed
1: Print immediately
Print the transmission time on
TCR
0: Blank
1: Print the transmit time
Factory use only
When this switch set to “1”, the machine asks
department code when one using the manual
reception.
When this switch set to “1”, the machine asks
department code when one using the manual
transmission.
When the drum cartridge has reached its design life,
or the toner cartridge is empty, the machine prints a
consumable order sheet (see unique switch H:3).
When this switch is set at “0”, the machine not print
consumable order sheet until the current printing job
is finished.
When set to “1”, the transmission time will be
printed on TCR.
3-119
Unique Switch h:5 - Operation
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
Adjust
Usage/Comments
The time for the Auto power
off mode
The machine will be in the Auto power off mode
after keeping to press the Energy saving key for the
time you set here.
(0 sec. to 7 sec.)
Switch
76543210
00000000
00000001
00000010
00000011
00000100
00000101
00000110
00000111
Settings
0 sec.
1 sec.
2 sec.
3 sec. Initial setting
4 sec.
5 sec.
6 sec.
7 sec.
Å
Note: When set it to 0 sec., the machine will be in
the Auto power off mode immediately without
being in the Sleep mode after pressing the
Energy saving key.
Unique Switch h:6 ∼ i:2 --- Factory use only
Unique Switch i:3 - Miscellaneous
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
0
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Relay broadcast (Unique)
0: Not available
1: Available
Database polling Unique)
0: Not available
1: Available
SecureMail transmission
(Unique)
0: Not available
1: Available
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch i:4 ∼ i:6 --- Factory use only
3-120
Unique Switch i:7 - Miscellaneous
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Print last 25-digit of remote
number on TCR
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
Determines if printing the “• •”, followed by the last
25-digit of remote number on TCR, when the
remote number exceeded the ability of its column
on TCR.
Unique Switch i:8 ∼ j:9 --- Factory use only
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3.8 Print Program Mode List
This mode causes the machine to print a summary list of the machine’s programming modes. To print the
program mode list press MENU, *, 8. After printing, the machine will return to standby.
3.9 Test Modes
This mode offers the ability to print a test pattern and monitor certain unit output functions. Included are
followings.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Life monitor
Test pattern print
Stamp test
Port status (Factory use only)
Background level
3.9.1 Life Monitor
The life monitor displays the current software version and the total number of pages scanned, printed, and
transmitted.
Note: The All RAM Clear setting does not clear the life monitor. To clear, see next column.
1. From standby mode, press MENU, *, 9.
2. Select “A. Life Monitor”, then press [Enter].
The software version will be shown on the top line of the LCD.
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3. Press optional board number using the numeric keypad as shown in the following table.
Software version
Numeric keypad
• Flash ROM on Main control PCB
0
• Built-in CPU ROM
* (asterisk)
• The first optional kit
1
• The second optional kit
2
• The third optional kit
3
4. Press RESET to exit and return to the standby mode.
3.9.2 Printer Test
The Printer Test mode offers three different test patterns as shown below.
Pattern A
Pattern B
Pattern D
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Pattern C
1. Press MENU, *, 9.
2. Select “B. Test Pattern Print” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Select the desired test pattern by cursor key, then press [Enter].
4. Select the paper to print by cursor key.
5. Press [Enter]. The selected pattern will print continuously.
Note: Press STOP to cancel the printing.
6. Press STOP to finish printing and return to standby.
3.9.3 Stamp Test
This mode tests the operation of the stamp.
1. Insert one sheet of paper into the document feeder of the machine.
2. Press MENU, *, 9.
3. Select “C. Stamp Test” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
4. Press [Start]. The page will be stamped while it is fed through the document feeder.
Note: To finish the operation without performing the stamp test, press [Cancel].
5. Press STOP to return to standby.
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3.9.4 Port Status
This test mode is not applicable to field service of this machine.
3.9.5 Set Background Level
The background level is an established threshold used to help measure the reflective ability of a scanned
document. This threshold can change if the scanner lamp, CCD, or the ballast is replaced; therefore this
mode should be used to reset the threshold when these items are changed.
The Set Background Level mode allows the level to be set without erasing memory contents.
Note: The background seal at the inside of the scanner cover should be cleaned prior to setting the
background level to ensure an accurate reading.
1. Press MENU, *, 9.
2. Select “E. Background Level” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Press [Start]. After setting, the machine will return to standby.
Note: To finish the operation without setting the background level, press [Cancel].
3.10 Print Machine Parameters, Memory Switch and
Unique Switch Settings
This function instructs the machine to print a list of the machine parameter, memory switch and unique
switch settings. The list shows the default and current settings for each. To print it, press MENU, *, A.
After printing, the machine will return to standby.
3.11 Factory Functions
This factory functions provide several machine testes. Included are followings.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
Factory functions list
LED test
LCD test
Panel test
SRAM check
DRAM check
RTC test
Adjustment of DS2
Page memory check
RS-232C test (optional RS-232C port required)
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3.11.1 Function List
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “A. Factory function List” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
A list of the Factory functions will be printed. After printing, the machine will return to standby.
3.11.2 LED Test
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “B. LED test” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Pressing MENU, toggle between All LEDs turn on and off.
4. Press RESET to return to standby.
3.11.3 LCD Test
This mode displays two test patterns in LCD.
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “C. LCD test” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Pressing MENU, toggle between all dots on the LCD turn on and off.
4. Press RESET to return to standby.
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3.11.4 Panel Test
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “D. Panel test” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. As each button on the keypad is pressed, a representative name as show in the following table will be
displayed.
Key
DOCUMENT
RESOLUTION
CONTRAST
RESOLUTION
REDUCE/ENLARGE
Contrast
Mode
Ratio
COPY
Copy
FAX
Select function key
(Left/Center/Right)
Fax
SoftKey L
SoftKey C
SoftKey R
Next
EcoMode
Cursor U
Cursor D
Cursor L
Cursor R
Menu
NEXT
ENERGY SAVING
Cursor key
(Up/Down/Left/Right)
MENU
Indication in LCD
Doc.Type
Key
Numeric keys
(0 ~ 9, *, #)
RESET
STOP
SPEED DIAL/
TEL INDEX
REVIEW
COMANDS
INTERRUPT
START
MACRO PROGRAM
M1 ~ M6
SOFT KEY
One-touch keys
(01 ~ 84)
4. Press RESET to return to standby.
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Indication in LCD
0 ~ 9, *, #
Reset
Stop
Speed Dial
Review
Interrupt
Start
Macro
M01 ~ M06
SoftKey 1 ~ SoftKey 4
01 ~ 84
3.11.5 SRAM Check
This mode is used to test the SRAM memory where user programmed parameters such as date, time,
TTI, etc are stored.
Note: When this test is executed, All RAM Clear will be performed by the machine.
The All RAM Clear erases all user settings and resets all memory switches, machine parameters and
unique switches to factory defaults.
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “E. SRAM Check” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Enter the HEX code (00 ~ FF), then press [Enter].
The HEX code is written to, then read from, memory. After that, the result (OK/NG) will be shown in the
display. Then the machine will return to standby.
3.11.6 DRAM Check
This mode is used to test the DRAM memory, or document memory.
Note: When this test is performed, All DRAM Clear will be performed by the machine. The All RAM clear
erases all user settings and resets all memory switches, machine parameters and unique switches
to factory defaults.
This is a read/write test that requires a few moments to complete.
Note: Perform a DRAM test whenever a memory upgrade is added to the machine.
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “F. DRAM Check” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Enter the HEX code (00 ~ FF), then press [Enter].
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4. Enter the Check area (0 ~ 7).
Note: Usually, enter “0”.
Check area:
0: All DRAMs
1: The DRAM installed on the main PCB
2: The second DRAM
3: The third DRAM
4: The fourth DRAM
5: The fifth DRAM
6: The sixth DRAM
7: The seventh DRAM
5. Press [Enter]. The machine starts checking and the result(OK/NG) will be shown in the display.
For example, if the check area is “0” and no additional memory, you will see:
6. If you want to check other DRAMs, press STOP and repeat steps 3-5.
Otherwise, press RESET to return to standby.
3.11.7 RTC(real time clock) Test
This test mode is not applicable to field service of this machine.
3.11.8 DS2 Self adjustment mode
When you change the sensor of DS2, adjust the sensitivity of it here.
Note: Close the ADF and remove the documents before performing this mode.
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “H. Adjustment of DS2” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Press [Enter]. The machine starts checking and the result(OK/NG) will be shown in the display.
4. If NG is shown in the display, check the sensor and the inside of the ADF.
Otherwise, press RESET to return to standby.
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3.11.9 Page memory check
When the letters are not printed correctly, perform this test.
1. Press MENU, *, B.
2. Select “I. Page memory check” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
3. Enter the Check area (0 - 6).
Note: Usually, enter “0”.
Check area:
0: All DRAMs
1: The Page memory installed on the main PCB
2: The second Page memory
3: The third Page memory
4: The fourth Page memory
5: The fifth Page memory
6: The sixth Page memory
5. Press [Enter]. The machine starts checking and the result(OK/NG) will be shown in the display.
If NG is shown, perform the DRAM clear (page 3-139), and then go back to step 1.
6. If you want to check other Page memory, press STOP and repeat steps 3-5.
Otherwise, press RESET to return to standby.
3.11.10 RS-232C Test
This mode is used to return back test of the optional RS-232C port.
1. Connect a special return back test connector with RS-232C interface connector.
2. Press MENU, *, B.
3. Select “J. RS-232C Test” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
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4. Enter One-touch G, H, or I, depending on the kind of test. Please refer to the following table:
G: return back test
H: send from fax to PC
I: receive from PC to fax
The results are shown in the display.
If the test is successful, the display will show “OK”
If the test is failed, the display will show “NG”.
5. Press RESET to return to standby.
3.12 Line Tests
This mode offers several internal tests and ability to monitor certain unit output functions. Included are
relay tests, modem signal output monitoring, and DTMF output monitoring.
3.12.1 Relay Test
This mode tests the on/off operation of various relays and switches.
1. Press MENU, *, C.
2. Press the numeric keypad 0 (zero) to select the optional board number for the machine.
To select the optional board number for the second phone line, press 1 (one).
Then press [Enter].
3. Select “A. Relay” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
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4. Select the relay you want to set to ON by cursor key, then press [Enter]. When it is set to ON, it will be
shaded. If you want to set it to OFF, press [Enter] again.
5. Press RESET to return to standby.
3.12.2 Tonal Signal Test
The tonal signal test permits the machine’s output tones to be monitored.
Note: To monitor the tones, an external monitoring device must be connected to the telephone line jack.
1. Press MENU, *, C.
2. Press the numeric keypad 0 (zero) to select the optional board number for the machine.
To select the optional board number for the second phone line, press 1 (one).
Then press [Enter].
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3. Select “B. Tonal” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
4. Select the desired tonal signal by cursor key. Refer to the following table.
No.
Signal
No.
Signal
01
None (stop signal)
11
FSK black (all 1)
02
462 Hz tone
12
FSK White 1:Black 1
03
1080 Hz tone
13
V27_1200_2400 picture data
04
1300 Hz tone
14
V27_1600_4800 picture data
05
1650 Hz tone
15
V27_2400_7200 picture data
06
1700 Hz tone
16
V27_2400_9600 picture data
07
1800 Hz tone
17
V17_2400_7200 picture data
08
1850 Hz tone
18
V17_2400_9600 picture data
09
2100 Hz tone
19
V17_2400_12000 picture data
10
FSK white (all 0)
20
V27_2400_14400 picture data
No.
Signal
21 ~ 29
V34_2400_2400 ~ 21600
30 ~ 39
V34_2800_4800 ~ 26400
40 ~ 50
V34_3000_4800 ~ 28800
51 ~ 62
V34_3200_4800 ~ 31200
63 ~ 75
V34_34290_4800 ~ 33600
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5. When you select No.01 ~ No.12, No.21 ~ No.76:
Press [Enter].
The output signal will begin. To stop outputting the tonal signal, press STOP.
When you select No.13 ~ No.20:
Press [Enter].
Select the desired ratio of the white and black and press [Enter].
The output signal will begin. To stop outputting the tonal signal, press STOP.
6. To select another tonal signal, repeat steps 4-5.
Otherwise, proceed to step 7.
7. Press RESET to return to standby.
3.12.3 DTMF Output Test
The DTMF output test permits the machine’s DTMF tones to be monitored.
Note: To monitor the tones, an external monitoring device must be connected to the telephone line jack.
Signal
Signal
DTMF 0 (941 Hz + 1336 Hz)
ROW 1 (697 Hz)
DTMF 1 (697 Hz + 1209 Hz)
ROW 2 (770 Hz)
DTMF 2 (697 Hz + 1336 Hz)
ROW 3 (852 Hz)
DTMF 3 (697 Hz + 1477 Hz)
ROW 4 (941 Hz)
DTMF 4 (770 Hz + 1209 Hz)
COL 1 (1209 Hz)
DTMF 5 (770 Hz + 1336 Hz)
COL 2 (1336 Hz)
DTMF 6 (770 Hz + 1477 Hz)
COL 3 (1477 Hz)
DTMF 7 (852 Hz + 1209 Hz)
COL 4 (1633 Hz)
DTMF 8 (852 Hz + 1336 Hz)
DTMF 9 (852 Hz + 1477 Hz)
DTMF * (941 Hz + 1209 Hz)
DTMF # (941 Hz + 1477 Hz)
1. Press MENU, *, C.
2. Press the numeric keypad 0 (zero) to select the optional board number for the machine.
To select the optional board number for the second phone line, press 1 (one).
Then press [Enter].
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3. Select “C. DTMF” by cursor key, then press [Enter].
4. Select the desired DTMF tone by cursor key, then press [Enter].
The output signal will begin. To stop outputting the DTMF tone, press STOP.
5. To select another DTMF tone, repeat step 4.
Otherwise, proceed to step 6.
6. Press RESET to return to standby.
3.13 Mirror Carriage Transfer Mode
Important: The machine’s mirror carriage is fixed using the two screws at transferring.
When installing the machine, remove the two mirror carriage mounting screws and turn the
power on. Then perform this mode.
1. Press MENU, *, E.
2. Select “OFF” by cursor key. Then press [Enter] to turn off the transport mode. The mirror carriage will
move to home position.
Important: If reshipping, turn on this mode to move the mirror carriage to the transport position. Then
power off and mount the mirror carriage using two transport screws.
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3.14 Consumable order sheet
When the drum cartridge has reached its design life or the toner cartridge is empty, the machine prints the
consumable sheet.
Note: This feature’s default setting is OFF (not print the consumable sheet). (See Unique Switch H:3 to
set ON this feature.)
3.14.1 Set and Print consumable order sheet
If using this feature, you should be enter following items:
• Distributor’s code
• Distributor’s name
• Customer’s code
• Customer’s name
• Customer’s address
• Customer’s phone number
• Printer serial number
• Scanner serial number
Here’s how:
1. Clear the junk data, if necessary (see “Clear consumable order sheet,” next page).
2. Press MENU, *, F.
3. Enter the distributor’s name. The name may be up to 30 characters in length.
Use the one-touch keys to enter letters and other non-numeric characters.
The word “Upper case” means the machine will enter only upper-case letters. If you press R, the
machine will see it as an R (not an r).
To type a lower-case letter, press [Chara.] and select “Lower case” by using the cursor key, and then
press [Enter]. This means pressing one-touch keys will enter lower-case letters: pressing R will
produce an r (not an R) on the display.
To switch back for upper-case entries, press [Chara.].
To enter spaces, punctuation and symbols, use the one-touch keys.
Note: If you make a mistake, press [Clear] to erase the left.
To change just one character, move the cursor by cursor key.
Press [Clear] to erase the character. Then re-enter the character correctly.
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4. Press [Enter] to save the distributor’s name and continue. The LCD will show:
Enter the customer’s code. The customer’s code may be up to 10 characters in length.
5. Press [Enter] to save the customer’s code and continue. The LCD will show:
Enter the customer’s name. The customer’s name may be up to 30 characters in length.
6. Press [Enter] to save the customer’s name and continue. The LCD will show:
Enter the customer’s address for the upper row. The customer’s address may be up to 30 characters in
length.
7. Press [Enter] to save the customer’s address for the upper row and continue. The LCD will show:
Enter the customer’s address for the lower row. The customer’s address may be up to 30 characters in
length.
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8. Press [Enter] to save the customer’s address. The LCD will show:
Enter the customer’s phone number. The phone number may be up to 20 characters in length.
9. Press [Enter] to save the customer’s phone number and continue. The LCD will show:
Enter the printer’s serial number. The number may be up to 18 characters in length.
10. Press [Enter] to save the printer’s serial number and continue. The LCD will show:
Enter the scanner’s serial number. The number may be up to 18 characters in length.
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11. Press [Enter] to save the scanner’s serial number. The LCD will show:
13. Press [Enter] to print the consumable order sheet.
To finish the operation without printing, press RESET.
3.14.2 Clear consumable order sheet
The consumable order sheet keeps several items. These are not cleared with the all RAM clear function
(MENU, *, 3). To clear the information of consumable order sheet:
1. Press MENU, *, L.
2. To clear the information of the consumable order sheet, press [Enter].
To finish the operation without clearing, press [Cancel].
3.15 DRAM Clear
Note: Perform a DRAM clear whenever a memory upgrade is installed to the machine or the DRAM is
replaced.
1. Press MENU, *, G.
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2. Press [Enter]. The DRAM will be cleared.
Note: To finish the operation without performing initialization, press [Cancel].
3. After clearing, turn the power OFF and ON.
3.16 Clear Life Monitor
The life monitor keeps a count of the pages scanned, printed, and transmitted. This mode clears these
counters.
1. Press MENU, *, H.
2. If the passcode is set, enter the passcode and press [Enter].
Otherwise, proceed to step 3.
or
3. Press [Enter]. The counters will be reset and the machine will return to standby.
Note: To finish the operation without performing initialization, press [Cancel].
3.17 Set Service Code
This is the code which, one can protect the life monitor clear operation. If it is not necessary to protect to
the life monitor clear operation, abort this operation without entering the passcode.
1. Press MENU, *, J.
or
2. If you will modify the passcode, enter the old passcode and press [Enter].
If you will set the passcode for the first time, proceed to step 3.
3. Enter the desired four-digit numbers for the new passcode.
4. Press [Enter].
Note: To set the passcode at off and return to normal life monitor clear (not protect), change the code to
0000 by repeating steps 1-4 and entering 0000 in step 3.
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3.18 Printer Trouble Reset
This mode clears the service call. Perform this operation after solved the trouble.
1. Press MENU, *, M.
2. Press [Enter]. The service call will be cleared and the machine will return to standby.
Note: To finish the operation without performing clearing, press [Cancel].
3.19 Clear Optional Data
This mode clears all data and all activity journals for optional RS-232C, Printer controller and second
phone line.
1. Press MENU, *, I.
2. Press [Enter]. The optional data will be cleared.
Note: To finish the operation without performing initialization, press [Cancel].
3.20 JP1, JP2 Battery Backup
Jumper JP2 on the main control PCB is used for battery back-up of the DRAM. Any documents stored in
DRAM. Removing JP2 will initialize the DRAM. If the power is turned off, the battery will provide up to 1
week of back-up when fully charged.
Jumper JP1 on the main control PCB is used for battery back-up of the SRAM. All user programmed data
and internal machine parameter, memory switch and unique switch settings are held in SRAM. Removing
JP1 will initialize the SRAM. If the power is turned off, the battery will provide up to five years of back-up
when fully charged.
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3.21 Update the software
Here’s instruction to update the software version of the Flash ROM.
Important: To update the software, it needs the flash ROM writer and six (or four) of the latest versions of
EP-ROMs — ROM0, ROM1, ROM2, ROM3, CGROM0 and CGROM1.
1. Turn off the power switch.
2. If you will update six ROMs (ROM0 – CGROM1), set JP1 to ON.
If you will update only four ROMs (ROM0 - ROM3), set JP1 to OFF.
And confirm the BOOTROM is set correctly.
3. If you will update CGROMs, set the six ROMs to the Flash ROM writer.
If you will not update CGROMs, set the four ROMs (ROM0, ROM1, ROM2 and ROM3) to the Flash
ROM writer.
Note: Be careful of the direction of the ROMs when you attach them.
4. Remove the ROM cover and connect the cables as follows:
Flash ROM writer
Main control PCB
P1 <---------------------> P6
P2 <---------------------> P7
5. Turn the power on.
“0” will be indicated on the right ROM NO. and “1” will be on the left ROM NO.
Dots will be lighted on the CHECK SUMs.
6. The Flash ROM writer erases the current program in the machine, then starts writing the new program
to the machine.
Note: The CGROM0 is indicated as “4” and the CGROM1 is “5”.
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7. At the end of this operation (it takes a few minutes), the Flash ROM writer indicates the Check Sums of
the last ROMs.
8. Pressing the SW1, confirm the Check Sums as follows:
Check Sum of ROM0, Check Sum of ROM1
(Pressing SW1)
Check Sum of ROM2, Check Sum of ROM3
(Pressing SW1)
(Pressing SW1)
Check Sum of ROM4(CGROM0), Check Sum of ROM5(CGROM1)
If the Check Sum indicated on the Flash ROM writer and the one written on the ROM are not same,
confirm the cable connection and the ROM attaching, then perform from step 1 again.
9. Turn off the power switch, then disconnect the cables.
10. (Re-attach the rear cover using the three screws.)
Error code
If the error occurred during writing, the following error code will be appeared:
E.02: Maker code read error
E.04: Sector erase error
E.05: Writing error
E.06: Sum check error
E.07: Time out error
When the above error occurred, turn off the power switch, confirm the cable connection and the ROM
attaching, then perform from step 1 again.
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Section4
Troubleshooting Procedures
4.1 Troubleshooting Outline
Before troubleshooting a unit check the following:
•
•
•
•
Is the power cord correctly connected to the machine?
Is the telephone handset and the telephone line cord connected correctly?
Is there paper in the paper cassette?
Are all covers closed correctly?
Before removing any portions of the machine or making any adjustments be sure the
power cord is disconnected from the unit. Check the following:
• The power source should be rated according to unit specifications.
• The unit should not be connected to an electrical circuit with other equipment or where voltages may
vary.
• The unit should be installed on a flat, level surface.
• The ambient temperature and relative humidity surrounding the unit should be 50°F to 95°F (10°C to 35
°C) at 15% to 85% humidity with no condensation.
• The unit should be located in a well ventilated area.
• The unit should receive necessary cleaning and maintenance.
The unit should be installed:
•
•
•
•
•
Away from heat sources and heating or cooling vents.
Away from water heaters, steam generators, humidifiers or other areas of high humidity.
Away from dusty areas.
Away from areas where chemical fumes or gasses are generated or may collect.
Away from areas exposed to direct sunlight.
Check the consumable:
• Verify that the recording paper supply is adequate and that it is high- or standard-quality 20lb.
•
•
xerographic bond.
Verify that the recording paper has been stored away from moisture and damp areas.
Verify that the recording paper has not been damaged in any way.
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4.2 Document Feeder Jam
1. Verify the original documents conform to the specifications designed for use in the machine and that
they are not damaged in any way.
2. Verify the number of documents placed into the feeder does not exceed its maximum capacity.
3. Verify the scanner cover is closed properly.
4. Remove any foreign substances from inside the scanner area.
5. Verify that all of the document feed rollers are clean and not damaged. Clean using a lint-free cotton
cloth moistened with a cleaning solution designed for use on rubber rollers. Replace the rollers if worn
or damaged.
6. Check the operation of DS1 at connector P122, pin 3-5, on the PCB connect ADF.
7. Check the operation of the separator roller, and the pick-up roller.
8. Verify the operation to the ADF Motor at connector P121, pins 1-6 on the PCB connect ADF.
9. Verify that the document feeds into the unit and stops. If the document does not stop, check the
operation of DS2 at connector P123, pin 1-3, on the PCB connect ADF.
10. Check all connectors and cables.
11. Check the operation of the main control board.
4.3 Document Feeder Multi-feeding or Skew
Symptom: Two or more pages of a multi-page document are fed at once.
The document is fed on the skew. Slight skewing may sometimes occur.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify that the original documents conform to the specifications designed for use in the machine and
they are not damaged in any way.
2. Verify the pages of the document are not stuck together from glue, wet or damp correction fluid, tape,
etc.
3. Verify the feed roller, separator roller and retard roller are clean and not damaged. Clean using a lintfree cotton cloth moistened with a cleaning solution designed for on rubber rollers. Replace these items
if worn or damaged.
4.4 Mirror Carriage Error
Symptom: The mirror carriage doesn’t move.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify that the four transport screws have been removed. Remove four transport screws if they are not
removed. Then press MENU, [, E to turn off the mirror carriage carry mode.
2. Verify that the timing belt doesn’t out of joint.
3. Check the operation of HOME sensor at connector P165, pin 1-3, on the PCB LCDBL.
4. Check the operation of END sensor at connector P164, pin 7-9, on the PCB connect LCDBL.
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4.5 Transmit Error
Symptom: Check message prints after attempting transmission.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Reference the error code on the check massage or the journal to the error code list contained in this
section.
4.6 Transmit Black Lines
Symptom: A black line appears on all documents transmitted or copied.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Print a document from memory (mode list, journal, etc.) to determine if the problem is in the scanner. If
the black line in not on the memory print outs, the problem is not in the scanner.
2. Check for a foreign object in the feeder.
3. Clean the contact glass or FBS glass.
4. Check for wire or other foreign object obstructing the light path to the CCD.
4.7 Cannot transmit
Symptom: The unit will not transmit
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify the telephone line cord is properly installed and plugged into the correct type of wall jack.
2. Check for dial tone at the unit and wall jack. If no dial tone is present at the unit, check the NCU PCB.
3. Verify that the correct telephone number has been dialed or that the correct telephone number is
programmed in the autodialer.
4. Insure Security TX turned off.
5. Place a call through the monitor and check for excessive noise or interference on the telephone line.
6. Verify that the remote location is capable of receiving by checking the following:
6.1 Place a call to the remote machine and verify that if auto answers.
6.2 Insure that the remote machine does not have closed network or block junk fax turned on.
6.3 Transmit to another location.
7. Check the operation of NCU PCB and the main control PCB.
4.8 Receive Errors
Symptom: Check message prints after attempting a reception.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Reference the error code on the check message or the journal to the error code list contained in this
section.
4-3
4.9 Will not Auto-Answer
Symptom: The unit rights but will not auto-answer.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Check the power cord and AC switch.
2. Verify the telephone line is properly installed.
3. Verify recording paper in the paper cassette.
4. Check the memory capacity. The unit will not answer incoming calls if memory full.
5. Check the number of rings is set to answer on. If set to a high number of rings, the transmitting unit may
“time out”.
6. Insure the unit is in the Fax Ready mode.
7. Check the operation of the NCU PCB and the main control PCB.
4-4
4.10 Recording paper misfeed
4.10.1 Misfeed detection sensor layoput
Paper Exit Sensor PC3
Synchonizing Roller Sensor PC2
Manual Feed Paper Take-up Sensor PC8
4-5
4.10.2 Types of Misfeed Detection and Detection Timings
• The following are the types of misfeed detection and detection timings for different misfeed locations.
Note: For misfeed detection types and detection timings of options, see the relevant option’s information
in the Section 6 on this service manual.
<Machine Take-Up Misfeed>
Type
Paper take-up failure
detection
Detection Timing
• 1st Drawer paper take-up:
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2 is not unblocked (H)
even after the lapse of T sec. after Paper Take-Up
Solenoid SL1 has been energized for the second paper
take-up retry sequence.
• 2nd Drawer paper take-up:
PC2 is not unblocked (H) even after the lapse of T sec.
after SL1 has been energized for the first paper take-up
retry sequence.
• 1st/2nd Drawer paper take-up:
PC2 is unblocked (H) within T sec. after SL1 has been
energized.
Timer Value
T (sec.)
1.28
2.27
0.20
<Optional Manual Bypass Take-Up Misfeed>
Type
Bypass paper takeup failure detection
Detection Timing
PC2 is not unblocked (H) even after T sec. after Manual
Feed Paper Take-Up Clutch CL3 has been energized.
PC2 is unblocked (H) within T sec. after CL3 has been
energized.
Paper left Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Sensor PC8 is
blocked (L) when the Power Switch is turned ON, CPU is
reset, or cover is opened and closed.
Timer Value
T (sec.)
0.89
0.20
———
<Separator Misfeed>
Type
Leading edge
detection by Paper
Exit Sensor PC3
Trailing edge
detection by
Synchronizing Roller
Sensor PC2
Detection Timing
PC3 is not blocked (L) even after the lapse of T sec. after
PC2 has been unblocked (H).
Timer Value
T (sec.)
1.92 ✽
PC2 is not blocked (L) even after the lapse of T sec. after
4.20 ✽
it has been unblocked (H).
PC2 is blocked (L) within T sec. after it has been
1.05
unblocked (H).
During a sequence of detecting a paper size based on the
period of time between when Synchronizing Clutch CL1 is
Paper is stationary
energized and when PC2 is blocked (L), the paper size
———
detected is longer than the size data sent from the
controller by +260 mm or more.
The paper size detected based on the period of time
between when CL1 is energized and when PC2 is blocked
Size error detection
———
(L) is more than the size data sent from the controller by
±20 mm or more.
PC2 is unblocked (H) when the Power Switch is turned
Paper left
———
ON, CPU is reset, or cover is opened and closed.
✽ Excludes the period of time during which the paper is stationary before the Synchronizing Roller.
4-6
<Fusing Misfeed>
Type
Detection Timing
Trailing edge
detection by Paper
Exit Sensor PC3
PC3 is not unblocked (H) even after the lapse of T sec.
after PC2 has been blocked (L).
Paper left
PC3 is blocked (L) when the Power Switch is turned ON,
CPU is reset, or cover is opened and closed.
4.10.3 Misfeed Troubleshooting Procedures
(1) Machine Take-Up Misfeed
Paper Take-Up Solenoid SL1
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2
Relevant Electrical Parts
Master Board PWB-A
Cassette Main Board PWB-A
4-7
Timer Value
T (sec.)
1.96
———
<Machine Take-Up Misfeed Troubleshooting Procedure>
Symptom
Step
Check Item
Does the paper being used
1
meet the product
specifications?
Is the paper curled, wavy, or
2
damp?
Are the Edge Guide and
Trailing Edge Stop (of the
3
drawer) positioned to the exact
size of the paper used?
Is the Paper Take-Up Roll
4
deformed, worn, or dirty with
paper dust?
If the Paper Lifting Plate dirty
5
or deformed?
Has the misfeed been
detected while the Multi
6
Purpose Cassette was being
used?
Is the Paper Separator Pad
7
deformed, worn, or dirty with
Paper is not
paper dust?
taken up at all.
Check SL1 for operation.
Does the voltage across
CN19-1 on the PWB-A side
8
and GND change from DC24V
to DC0V when the Start key is
pressed?
Is the Paper Separator Finger
9
dirty or deformed?
Check CL2 for operation.
Does the voltage across CN91 on the PWB-A side and
10
GND change from DC24V to
DC0V when the Start key is
pressed?
Check SL1 for operation.
Does the voltage across
PJ3A-1A on PWB-A (Cassette
11
Main Board) and GND change
from LOW to HIGH when the
Start key is pressed?
Is the Vertical Transport Roller
• Paper is at a
1
deformed, worn, or dirty with
stop before
paper dust?
the vertical
If the Vertical Transport Guide
2
transport
Plate dirty or deformed?
section.
• Paper is at a
stop near the
Synchronizing
Rollers.
3
Is PC2 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
4-8
Result
NO
YES
Action
Instruct the user to use the
paper that meets product
specifications.
Change the paper. Instruct the
user on the storage of paper.
NO
Slide the guides to the exact
size of the paper.
YES
Clean or change the Paper
Take-Up Roll.
YES
Clean or change the Paper
Lifting Plate.
Check steps 7 and 8.
NO
Check steps 9 and onward.
YES
Clean or change the Paper
Separator Pad.
YES
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change SL1.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Clean or change the Paper
Separator Finger.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change SL1 or CL2.
NO
Change PWB-A (Cassette
Main Board) or PWB-A.
YES
Clean or change the Vertical
Transport Roller.
YES
YES
YES
NO
Clean or change the Vertical
Transport Guide Plate.
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change PWB-A.
Check the PC2 actuator for
operation and, if it is intact,
change PC2.
(2) Manual Bypass Take-Up Misfeed
Relevant Electrical Parts
Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Clutch CL3
Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Sensor PC8
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2
Master Board PWB-A
<Manual Bypass Take-Up Misfeed Troubleshooting Procedure>
Symptom
Step
Check Item
Result
Does the paper being used
1
meet the product
NO
specifications?
Is the paper curled, wavy, or
2
YES
damp?
Is the Manual Feed Paper
Take-Up Roller or Roll
3
YES
deformed, worn, or dirty with
Paper is not
paper dust?
taken up at all.
Is PC8 fully operational?
4
Check the input data using I/O
NO
Check.
Check CL3 for operation.
YES
Does the voltage across
5
CN14-2 and GND change
from DC24V to DC0V when
NO
the misfeed condition is reset?
Paper is at a
stop near the
Synchronizing
Rollers.
1
Is PC2 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
4-9
YES
NO
Action
Instruct the user to use the
paper that meets product
specifications.
Change the paper. Instruct the
user on the storage of paper.
Clean or change the Manual
Feed Paper Take-Up Roller or
Roll.
Check the PC8 actuator for
operation and, if it is intact,
change PC8.
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change CL3.
Change PWB-A.
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change PWB-A.
Check the PC2 actuator for
operation and, if it is intact,
change PC2.
(3) Separator/Fusing Misfeed
Paper Exit Sensor PC3
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2
Relevant Electrical Parts
Synchronizing Clutch CL1
Master Board PWB-A
4-10
<Separator/Fusing Misfeed Troubleshooting Procedure>
Symptom
Step
Check Item
Are the Synchronizing Rollers
1
deformed, worn, or dirty with
paper dust?
2
Paper is at a
stop near the
Synchronizing
Rollers.
3
4
Paper is at a
stop near the
PC Drum.
Paper is
wedged at the
PC Drum Paper
Separator
Fingers.
Paper is at a
stop before the
Fusing Rollers.
Paper is at a
stop at the
Fusing Rollers.
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
Paper is at a
stop at the exit
section.
2
Is a size error displayed when
the misfeed display is reset?
Is PC2 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
Check CL1 for operation.
Does the voltage across CN69 on the PWB-A side and
GND change from DC24V to
DC0V when the Start key is
pressed?
Is the Pre-Image Transfer
Guide Plate dirty or deformed?
Is the Image Transfer Roller
deformed, worn, or dirty with
paper dust?
Are the PC Drum Paper
Separator Fingers dirty or
deformed?
Is the Fusing Guide Plate dirty
or deformed?
Are the Fusing Rollers
deformed, worn, or dirty with
paper dust?
Are the Fusing Separator
Fingers dirty or deformed?
Is the Paper Exit Roller
deformed, worn, or dirty with
paper dust?
Is PC3 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
4-11
Result
YES
YES
NO
YES
Action
Clean or change the
Synchronizing Rollers.
Check that the size of the
paper actually loaded in the
current paper source matches
the size set for it.
Check the PC2 actuator for
operation and, if it is intact,
change PC2.
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change CL1.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Clean or change the guide
plate.
YES
Clean or change the Image
Transfer Roller.
YES
NO
Clean or change the separator
fingers.
Check the clearance between
the PC Drum Paper Separator
Fingers and PC Drum.
YES
Clean or change the Fusing
Guide Plate.
YES
Clean or change the Fusing
Rollers.
YES
Clean, correct, or change the
Fusing Separator Fingers.
YES
Clean or change the Paper
Exit Roller.
YES
NO
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change PWB-A.
Check the PC3 actuator for
operation and, if it is intact,
change PC3.
(4) Paper Take-Up/Transport Misfeed (Paper Feed Unit)
Relevant Electrical Parts
Master Board PWB-A
Paper Take-Up Solenoid SL1
Cassette Main Board PWB-A
Take-Up Sensor S3
Cassette Main Board PWB-A: Paper feed unit
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2
Transport Clutch CL2
(Paper feed unit)
(Paper feed unit)
(Paper feed unit)
4-12
<Paper Take-Up/Transport Misfeed (Paper feed unit) Troubleshooting Procedure>
Symptom
Step
Check Item
Result
Action
Does the paper being used
Instruct the user to use the
1
meet the product
NO
paper that meets product
specifications?
specifications.
Is the paper curled, wavy, or
Change the paper. Instruct the
2
YES
damp?
user on the storage of paper.
Are the Edge Guide and
Trailing Edge Stop (of the
Slide the guides to the exact
3
NO
drawer) positioned to the exact
size of the paper.
size of the paper used?
Is the Paper Take-Up Roll
Clean or change the Paper
4
deformed, worn, or dirty with
YES
Take-Up Roll.
paper dust?
Is the Paper Lifting Plate dirty
Clean or change the Paper
5
YES
or deformed?
Lifting Plate.
Paper is not
Is the Paper Separator Finger
Clean or change the Paper
taken up at all.
6
YES
dirty or deformed?
Separator Finger.
Check CL2 for operation.
Does the voltage across CN91 on the PWB-A side and
NO
Change PWB-A.
7
GND change from DC24V to
DC0V when the Start key is
pressed?
Check various parts for
Check SL1 for operation.
YES
possible overload and, if they
Does the voltage across
are okay, change SL1 or CL2.
PJ3A-1A on PWB-A (Paper
8
Change PWB-A (Paper feed
feed unit) and GND change
unit), PWB-A (Cassette Main
from LOW to HIGH when the
NO
Board), or PWB-A, in that
Start key is pressed?
order.
Is the Vertical Transport Roller
Clean or change the Vertical
1
deformed, worn, or dirty with
YES
Transport Roller.
paper dust?
Is the Vertical Transport Guide
Clean or change the Vertical
2
YES
Plate dirty or deformed?
Transport Guide Plate.
Check that the size of the
Is a size error displayed when
paper loaded in the current
3
YES
the misfeed display is reset?
drawer matches the size set
• Paper is at a
for that drawer.
stop at the
✽ A misfeed is detected at the
vertical
transport section of the 3rd
transport
Check the PC2 actuator for
Drawer.
section.
4
NO
operation and, if it is intact,
Is PC2 fully operational?
change PC2.
• Paper is at a
Check the input data using I/O
stop near the
Check.
Synchronizing
Are all S3’s fully operational?
Check various parts for
Rollers.
5
Check the input data using I/O
YES
possible overload and, if they
Check.
are okay, change PWB-A.
Change PWB-A (Paper feed
Does the voltage across
YES
unit) or PWB-A (Cassette Main
PJ3A-2B on PWB-A (Paper
Board).
feed unit) and GND change to
6
DC0V when S3 is blocked and
Check the S3 actuator for
to DC5V when S3 is
NO
operation and, if it is intact,
unblocked?
change S3.
4-13
(5) Paper Take-Up/Transport Misfeed (LCC)
Relevant Electrical Parts
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2
Take-Up Clutch 1 P1CL
Transport Clutch CL2
Take-Up Clutch 2 P2CL
Take-Up Sensor S3
Paper Empty Sensor 1 PPS1
LCC Main Board PWB-A: LCC
Paper Standby Position Sensor S1
Cassette Main Board PWB-A: Paper feed unit
Separator Clutch BCL
Cassette Main Board PWB-A
Registration Clutch RCL
Master Board PWB-A
Registration Sensor RSEN
(LCC)
(Paper feed unit)
<Paper Take-Up/Transport Misfeed (LCC) Troubleshooting Procedure>
Symptom
Step
Check Item
Result
Does the paper being used
• Paper is not
1
meet the product
NO
taken up at
specifications?
all.
Is the paper curled, wavy, or
2
YES
• Paper is at a
damp?
stop before
Is the Paper Take-Up Roll
the Paper
3
deformed, worn, or dirty with
YES
Feed/Separat
paper
dust?
or Rolls.
4-14
Action
Instruct the user to use the
paper that meets product
specifications.
Change the paper. Instruct the
user on the storage of paper.
Clean or change the Paper
Take-Up Roll.
Symptom
Step
4
5
• Paper is not
taken up at
all.
Check Item
Is PPS1 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
Does the voltage across
CN3A-2 on PWB-A (LCC) and
GND change from LOWto
HIGHwhen PPS1 is blocked?
6
Is paper fed up to S1 when
paper is loaded in Lift 2 only
and the drawer is slid into the
copier?
7
Check P2CL for operation.
Does the voltage across
CN7A-6 on PWB-A (LCC) and
GND change from DC24V to
DC0V when step 6 is
performed again?
8
• Paper is at a
stop before
the Paper
Feed/Separat
or Rolls.
9
10
11
12
Check P1CL for operation.
Does the voltage across
CN7A-8 on PWB-A (LCC) and
GND change from DC24V to
DC0V when step 6 is
performed again?
Is S1 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
Does the “S1S” input signal
change from 0 to 1 when the
drawer loaded with paper is
slid into the copier?
Does the voltage across
CN3A-5 on PWB-A (LCC) and
GND change from LOWto
HIGHwhen step 9 is
performed again?
Is the Paper Feed Roll or
Separator Roll deformed,
worn, or dirty with paper dust?
Check BCL for operation.
Does the voltage across
CN7A-2 on PWB-A (LCC) and
GND change from DC24V to
DC0V when the Start key is
pressed?
4-15
Result
YES
Action
Perform steps 6 and onward.
NO
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWBA (Paper feed unit), or PWB-A
(Cassette Main Board), in that
order.
Change PPS1.
YES
Perform steps 8 and onward.
YES
YES
NO
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change P2CL.
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWBA (Paper feed unit), PWB-A
(Cassette Main Board), or
PWB-A, in that order.
NO
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWBA (aper feed unit), PWB-A
(Cassette Main Board), or
PWB-A, in that order.
YES
Perform steps 11 and onward.
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWBA (Paper feed unit), or PWB-A
(Cassette Main Board), in that
order.
Change S1.
Clean or change the Paper
Feed Roll or Separator Roll.
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change P1CL or
BCL.
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWBA (Paper feed unit), PWB-A
(Cassette Main Board), or
PWB-A, in that order.
Symptom
Step
1
2
3
4
• Paper is at a
stop at the
vertical
transport
section.
5
• Paper is at a
stop near the
Synchronizing
Rollers.
6
Check Item
Is the Vertical Transport Roller
or Roll deformed, worn, or
dirty with paper dust?
Is RSEN fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
Does the voltage across
CN4A-2 on PWB-A (LCC) and
GND change from LOW to
HIGH when RSEN is blocked?
Check RCL for operation.
Does the voltage across
CN7A-4 on PWB-A (LCC) and
GND change from DC24V to
DC0V when the Start key is
pressed?
Check CL2 for operation.
Does the voltage across CN91 on PWB-A and GND change
from DC24V to DC0V when
the Start key is pressed?
Result
YES
Clean or change the Vertical
Transport Roller or Roll.
YES
Check step 4 and onward.
YES
NO
NO
NO
Change PWB-A.
✽If the 3rd Drawer is LCC
YES
Is PC2 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
NO
8
Is S3 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O
Check.
Does the voltage across
PJ3A-2B on PWB-A (Paper
feed unit) and GND change to
DC0V when S3 is blocked and
to DC5V when S3 is
unblocked?
4-16
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWBA (Paper feed unit), or PWB-A
(Cassette Main Board), in that
order.
Change RSEN.
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWBA (Paper feed unit), PWB-A
(Cassette Main Board), or
PWB-A, in that order.
✽If the 4th Drawer is LCC
7
Action
YES
YES
NO
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change RCL, CL2,
or PWB-A, in that order.
Check the PC2 actuator for
operation and, if it is intact,
change PC2.
Check various parts for
possible overload and, if they
are okay, change RCL, CL2,
or PWB-A, in that order.
Change PWB-A (Paper feed
unit) or PWB-A (Cassette Main
Board).
Check the S3 actuator for
operation and, if it is intact,
change S3.
(6) Duplex Turnover/Take-Up Misfeed (Duplex unit)
Relevant Electrical Parts
Duplex Unit Transport Motor M2
Paper Exit Sensor PC3
Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Clutch CL3
Duplex Unit Transport Sensor PI1
Master Board PWB-A
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2
Duplex Main Board PWB-A: Duplex unit
Switchback Motor M1
(Duplex unit)
4-17
<Duplex Turnover/Take-Up Misfeed (Duplex Unit) Troubleshooting Procedure>
Symptom
Step
Check Item
Result
Action
Is the Paper Exit Roller
Clean or change the Paper
1
deformed, worn, or dirty with
YES
Exit Roller.
paper dust?
Is PC3 fully operational?
Check the PC3 actuator for
2
Check the input data using I/O
NO
operation and, if it is intact,
Check.
change PC3.
Check gears for proper
Check M1 for operation.
YES
engagement.
Paper is at a
Does the voltage across
stop near the
PJ1A-7 on PWB-A (Duplex
3
exit section.
Unit) and GND change from
NO
Change PWB-A.
DC5V to DC0V during a 2sided copy cycle?
Check various parts for
Does the voltage across
possible overload and, if they
PJ1A-5 on PWB-A (Duplex
YES
are okay, change M1 or PWB4
Unit) and GND change from
A (Duplex Unit).
DC5V to DC0V during a 2sided copy cycle?
NO
Change PWB-A.
Is the Duplex Unit Transport
Clean or change the Duplex
1
Roller or Roll deformed, worn,
YES
Unit Transport Roller or Roll.
or dirty with paper dust?
Is a torn piece of paper
Remove the torn piece of
2
present on the paper path
YES
paper.
surface?
Is the Manual Feed Take-Up
Clean or change the Manual
3
Roller or Roll deformed, worn,
YES
Feed Take-Up Roller or Roll.
or dirty with paper dust?
Check gears for proper
Check M2 for operation.
YES
engagement.
Does the voltage across
Paper is at a
PJ1A-3 on PWB-A (Duplex
stop inside the
4
Unit) and GND change from
Duplex Unit.
NO
Change PWB-A.
DC5V to DC0V during a 2sided copy cycle?
Is PI1 fully operational?
Check the PI1 actuator for
5
Check the input data using I/O
NO
operation and, if it is intact,
Check.
change PWB-A (Duplex Unit).
Check CL3 for operation.
Check various parts for
Does the voltage across
YES
possible overload and, if they
CN14-2 and GND change
are okay, change CL3 or M2.
6
from DC24V to DC0V when
paper is taken up from the
NO
Change PWB-A.
Duplex Unit?
Check various parts for
YES
possible overload and, if they
Paper is at a
Is PC2 fully operational?
are okay, change PWB-A.
stop near the
1
Check the input data using I/O
Synchronizing
Check the PC2 actuator for
Check.
Rollers.
NO
operation and, if it is intact,
change PC2.
4-18
4.11 Error Codes
If an error occurs during a communication, a check message will be printed. The following provides an
explanation of the information found on check messages.
• A possible solution to the problem
• The date and time of the attempted communication
• The sending location (if the remote fax has a Location ID)
• The number of pages which got through before the error terminated the call
• The error code
• The sample document.
You will also see a code listed in the Result column of the report. Result codes indicate the specific
problem encountered:
• “D” codes occur while dialing
• “R” codes occur during reception
• “T” codes occur during transmission
Here is a list of error codes the fax machine may print.
Dialing errors
D.0.2
The remote unit is busy. Try the call again.
D.0.3, D.0.8
The remote unit didn’t respond, the call couldn’t be completed or STOP was pressed
during dialing. Re-try the call. If your machine repeats the message, call the remote fax
unit’s operator and verify that unit is operating properly.
D.0.6, D.0.7
Either the remote unit didn’t respond, the call somehow didn’t go through or STOP was
pressed during dialing. Try the call again.
Reception errors
R.1.1
T1 time-out. The calling unit was not a fax machine or the transmitting unit is having
difficulties.
R.1.2
Compatibility error. The calling unit is attempting to poll a document that does not exist.
R.1.4
The STOP button was pressed during reception.
R.1.5
The fax machine didn’t detect the silence period for ending channel when receiving RCR.
R.2.3
No response to FTT. Poor phone line conditions made fax communication impossible. Enable
the one second pause after CED on Memory Switch C:0. Also try increasing the echo wait
time on Memory Switch C:1 if echo is on the line.
R.3.1
No response to CFR. DCN was received from the transmitter. Poor line conditions made
communication impossible. Adjust the echo wait time on Memory Switch C:1. Try increasing
the output levels via Machine Parameter A:1.
R.3.3
Too many errors were detected during data reception. The carrier was interrupted. Increase
the data error rate on Memory Switch C:0.
R.3.4
DCN was received after FTT. Communication was not possible at 2400 bps. Poor phone line
conditions prevented fax communication. Enable the Eye Quality Check on Memory Switch
D:1 and D:2.
R.4.2
MPS/EOM/EOP was not received. Either the line disconnected before reception was
completed or too many errors were detected by the receiving unit. Adjust the data error rate
on Memory Switch C:0. It may also be necessary to decrease the receive communication
speed via Memory Switch C:0.
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R.4.4
The receiving fax machine has reached its memory capacity.
R.5.1
DCN was received instead of RR during ECM communication.
R.5.2
Line noise or other problems prevented ECM reception.
R.8.1
A compatibility error occurred.
R.8.10
Line noise or other problems prevented line probing.
R.8.11
The fax machine timed out while waiting for the retrain signal.
Transmission errors
T.1.1
T1 time-out. The remote fax machine didn’t respond to your machine. This usually occurs
during a manual transmission or when an incorrect number was dialed. Call someone at the
remote machine.
T.1.2
The fax machine’s page counter detected a possible document feeder error. Carefully put the
document back into the feeder and try the call again.
T.2.1
CFR or FTT was not received from the remote machine. Either the phone line disconnected
during fax communication or transmission became impossible due to bad phone line
conditions. Try the call again. It may be necessary to increase the output levels on Machine
Parameter A:1. The receive machine may also have closed network or block junk fax
enabled.
T.2.2
The two fax machines were incompatible. No mailbox at receiver or security transmission is
enabled.
T.2.3
FTT was received from the remote machine at 2400 bps. Bad phone line conditions made fax
communication impossible. Conditions can change rapidly, so try the call later. Turn on the
echo protect tone on Memory Switch B:0. Also adjust the interval between DCS and TCF on
Memory Switch B:1. If the problem persists, try increasing the output levels on Machine
Parameter A:1.
T.3.1
The page counter in the fax machine detected a document feeder error during transmission.
Carefully re-insert the document into the feeder and re-try the call.
T.3.2
The fax machine didn’t detect the silence period for ending channel.
T.4.1
No response to MPS/EOP/EOM. Poor phone lines caused the receiving unit to disconnect.
Adjust the interval between CFR and data on Memory Switch B:1. Try increasing the output
levels on Machine Parameter A:1. It may also be necessary to adjust the transmit speed on
Memory Switch B:0.
T.4.2
RTN was received from the remote machine. After transmission began, poor line conditions
developed. Try the call again. Attempt the solutions described for the T.4.1 error.
T.4.4
Poor line conditions prevented transmission. PIP was received. The transmission was
interrupted by the call mode. The receiving unit may be experiencing problems. Try the call
again.
T.5.1
No response to RR from the remote machine. Line noise or other problems prevented ECM
transmission. Increase the ECM response time on Memory Switch B:2.
T.5.2
No response to CTC. Line noise or other problems prevented ECM transmission. Increase
the ECM response time on Memory Switch B:2.
T.5.3
EOR was received from the remote unit but further transmission was not possible. Adjust
Memory Switch B:5 for this problem.
T.8.1
A compatibility error occurred.
T.8.10
Line noise or other problems prevented line probing.
T.8.11
The remote fax machine didn’t complete the equalizer training phase.
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Communication Error Messages
The error messages on Check Message printouts indicate the following:
Here’s a brief summary:
Error Message
Check condition of remote fax.
Possible Meanings
• Remote machine malfunctioned
• No handshake signals from remote machine
• Wrong phone number reached
Repeat transmission.
• Poor phone line conditions prevented
communication
• No handshake signals from remote machine
• Document missfeed or miscount
• Unable to reach remote machine after attempting
specified number of redial
Line is busy.
• Remote machine was busy
• Remote machine didn’t answer
Check received documents.
• Receive confirmation signal not received from
remote machine
• Poor line conditions caused a poor image
Memory full.
• Remote unit’s memory capacity has been exceeded
Dialing number is not set.
• An autodialer number is not stored programmed
properly
Stopped.
• The STOP key was pressed at the remote fax
during the handshake
(Message area is blank)
• Someone pressed STOP during communication
• Printer error occurred during communication
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4.12 Service Call Error
When certain machine problems occur these message will appear in the LCD.
4.12.1 Call For Service
Symptom: “Call For Service” is in the LCD.
Suggested corrective action:
1. Verify the lamp turns on when the book cover open and close.
2. If the lamp turns on, check the back ground seal surface dirt. If dirty, clean the back ground seal. The
back ground seal is attached on the inner guide B.
3. Verify the mirror carriage moves normally. (See “Mirror carriage error”, page 4-2)
4. If during step 1 the lamp did not turn on, check the following connection:
• Lamp assembly to the Inverter PCB (CN2)
• Inverter PCB (CN1) to the Harness to the main control PCB (P13)
5. Replace the lamp and/or the Inverter PCB.
4.12.2 Please Call Service
This machine CPU has a function that self-diagnoses the printer conditions. On detection of a malfunction,
the corresponding error code representing a particular malfunction name, location, and details as listed on
next page is displayed on the LCD together with a “Please Call Service” message. (Such as “Please Call
Service: 01”)
• Perform the following steps to reset the printer trouble code.
Malfunction Resetting Procedure
This mode clears the service call. Perform this operation after solved the trouble.
1. Press MENU, [, M.
2. Press [Enter]. The service call will be cleared and the machine will return to standby.
Note: To finish the operation without performing clearing, press [Cancel].
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4.12.2.1 Detection Timing by Printer Error Code
Code
01
Description
Engine connection error
03
Communications error (option
I/F)
Communications error (G/A)
08
Main Motor M2 malfunction
09
I/C Motor M1 malfunction
0A
Polygon Motor M10 malfunction
0B
Fusing Cooling Fan Motor M3
malfunction
0C
Power Unit Cooling Fan Motor
M4
10
HSYNC detection failure
18
Warming-up failure
19
Abnormally low fusing
temperature
02
Detection Timing
• The system fails in checking initial engine connection
when Power Switch S1 is turned ON.
• The system succeeded in checking initial connection
when S1 was turned ON; then it fails in rechecking
initial connection through the execution of a software
reset when a communications error occurs during
operation.
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The Lock signal remains HIGH for a continuous 1-sec.
period or more while M2 remains energized.
The Lock signal remains HIGH for a continuous 1-sec.
period or more while M1 remains energized.
<Resolution selection failure detection>
• The Lock signal is not detected for a given period of
time after the resolution has been selected. (The Lock
signal is not, however, detected for 1 sec. after the
start.)
<Faulty Lock signal detection>
• No Lock signals are detected for the 1 sec. period
which starts 1 sec. after the first Lock.
✽First Lock: The first Lock signal following 1 sec. after
the selection of start or half speed.
<Out-of-timing Lock detection>
• The Lock signal is not detected for a continuous 0.5
sec. period while M10 is in the stabilized turning state
(after a Lock has been detected).
<Abnormal Lock detection>
• The Lock signal remains ON for a continuous 5sec.
period while M10 remains deenergized.
The Lock signal remains HIGH or LOW for a continuous
1-sec. period or more while M3 remains energized.
The Lock signal (analog input voltage) remains 0.4V or
less for a continuous 0.5-sec. period or more while M4
remains energized.
• The SOS rising edge is not detected even after the
lapse of 0.2 sec. after Polygon Motor M10 has started
and laser output started.
• No SOS rising edges are detected while VIA remains
ON.
The temperature of the Fusing Rollers do not reach the
required level even after the lapse of a given period of
time during a warming-up cycle.
• From room temperature to 100°C: Within 65 sec.
• From 100°C to 140°C: Within 25 sec.
• From 140°C to 170°C: Within 20 sec.
• From 170°C to the completion of warming-up: Within
22 sec.
• The fusing temperature remains 130°C or less for a
continuous 0.1-sec. period or more during the standby
state or printing.
• The fusing temperature remains 80°C or less for a
continuous 2-min. period or more during the lowtemperature standby state.
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Code
1B
Description
Abnormally high fusing
temperature
Faulty EEPROM
1E
I/C initialization failure
20
LCC Transport Motor HMOT
malfunction (LCC)
21
LCC Lift-Up Motor EMOT
malfunction (LCC)
23
Lift 1 ascent motion failure
(LCC)
24
Lift 2 ascent motion failure
(LCC)
25
Communications error (LCC)
12
Faulty ATDC Sensor E1
11
ATDC adjustment failure
0D
Ozone Fan Motor M8
malfunction
0E
Main Hopper Toner
Replenishing Motor M6
malfunction
28
Shift Tray shift motion failure
1A
Detection Timing
The fusing temperature remains 230°C or more for a
continuous 0.1-sec. period or more.
No initial data is written in EEPROM.
After failing to blow the imaging cartridge fuse 2
consecutive times, 3.6V or more is detected and the I/C
is determined to be new.
The HMOT Lock signal is not input for a given period of
time.
The overcurrent detection circuit detects an overcurrent
condition that lasts for a given period of time while EMOT
remains energized.
Lift-Up Sensor 1 LS1 is not blocked (H) within a given
period of time after EMOT has been energized (Lift 1 has
started moving up).
Lift-Up Sensor 2 LS2 is not blocked (H) within a given
period of time after EMOT has been energized (Lift 2 has
started moving up).
LCC becomes uncontrollable due to an error in
communications between the LCC and copier.
The value of data read by E1 is faulty. [E1 reading is 7%
or less (3.92V or more) or 19% or more (1.41V or less).]
• In an F8 (ATDC control voltage automatic adjustment)
operation, the adjustment of ATDC control voltage is
not completed within 1 min. after E1 sampling.
• In an F8 operation, the control voltage falls outside the
range of 5.39V to 8.15V.
The Lock signal remains HIGH or LOW for a continuous
1-sec. period or more while M8 remains energized.
• Toner Bottle Home Position Sensor PC10 remains
blocked (L) for a continuous 2-sec. period or more
while M6 remains energized.
• PC10 remains unblocked (H) for a continuous 6-sec.
period or more while M6 remains energized.
(When moving from home to shift position) The Shift
Home Sensor is blocked after a given period of time after
the Shift Motor has been energized (at which timing the
motor is deenergized).
(When moving from shift to home position) The Shift
Home Sensor is not blocked even after the lapse of a
given period of time after the Shift Motor has been
energized.
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4.12.2.2 Troubleshooting Procedures by Printer Error Code
(1) 08: M2 Malfunction
09: M1 Malfunction
0B: M3 Malfunction
0D: M8 Malfunction
0C: M4 Malfunction
0E: M6 Malfunction
I/C Motor M1
Main Motor M2
Fusing Cooling Fan Motor M3
Power Unit Cooling Fan Motor M4
Relevant Electrical Parts
Main Hopper Toner Replenishing Motor M6
Ozone Fan Motor M8
Toner Bottle Home Position Sensor PC10
Master Board PWB-A
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08
Step
1
2
3
Check Item
Does M2 turn after the malfunction has
been reset?
Check M2 for operation.
Does the voltage across PJ1-3 of M2
and GND change from DC5V to DC0V
after the malfunction has been reset?
Does the voltage across PJ1-4 of M2
and GND change from DC5V to DC0V
after the malfunction has been reset?
Result
Check Item
Does M1 turn after the malfunction has
been reset?
Check M1 for operation.
Does the voltage across PJ2-3 of M1
and GND change from DC5V to DC0V
after the malfunction has been reset?
Does the voltage across PJ2-4 of M1
and GND change from DC5V to DC0V
after the malfunction has been reset?
Result
Check Item
Does M3 turn after the malfunction has
been reset?
Check M3 for operation.
Does the voltage across CN6-8 on the
PWB-A side and GND change from
DC0V to DC24V after the mal-function
has been reset?
Does the “0B” display persist even
after M3 has been replaced with a new
one?
Result
NO
Action
Check various parts for possible
overload.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Change PWB-A.
NO
Change M2.
09
Step
1
2
3
0B
Step
1
2
3
NO
Action
Check various parts for possible
overload.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Change PWB-A.
NO
Change M14.
NO
Action
Check the connector and harness
between M3 and PWB-A.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Change PWB-A.
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0D
Step
1
2
3
0C
Step
1
2
0E
Step
1
2
3
Check Item
Does M8 turn after the malfunction has
been reset?
Check M8 for operation.
Does the voltage across CN41-3 on
the PWB-A side and GND change
from DC0V to DC24V after the malfunction has been reset?
Does the “0D” display persist even
after M8 has been replaced with a new
one?
Result
Check Item
Does M4 turn after the malfunction has
been reset?
Does the “0C” display persist even
after M4 has been replaced with a new
one?
Result
Check Item
After the malfunction has been reset,
remove the Rear Lower Cover and
block Toner Bottle Cover Sensor
PC11. Then, unlocking the Toner
Bottle Lock Lever, turn the Toner
Bottle a half turn by hand.
Does the Toner Bottle turn when PC11
is unblocked (H) with the Toner Bottle
Lock Lever kept unlocked?
Does the voltage across PJ8-2 of M6
and GND change from DC0V to
DC24V when step 1 is performed
again?
Is PC10 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O Check.
Does the input signal value for “Toner
Bottle Set” change between “0” and “1”
when the Toner Bottle is turned by
hand?
NO
Action
Check various parts for possible
overload.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Change PWB-A.
Action
YES
Change PWB-A.
YES
Change PWB-A.
Result
YES
Perform step 3.
Action
NO
Check various parts for possible
overload.
YES
Change M6.
NO
Change PWB-A.
YES
Change PWB-A.
NO
Change PC10.
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(2) 18: Warming-up Failure
19: Abnormally Low Fusing Temperature
1A: Abnormally High Fusing Temperature
Fusing Roller Heater Lamp H1
Fusing Roller Thermistor TH1
Fusing Roller Thermostat TS1
Relevant Electrical Parts
Fusing Roller Heater Lamp Fuse TF1
Side Cover Interlock Switch 2 S3
Power Supply Unit 1 PU1
Master Board PWB-A
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18, 19
Step
1
2
3
4
5
1A
Step
1
2
3
Check Item
Does H1 turn ON after the malfunction
is reset?
Is there continuity across CN3-1 and 2
on the Fusing Unit end with CN3 (2P)
disconnected?
Is there continuity across 1A and 1B,
and across 2A and 2B, of S3 when S3
is turned ON?
Is the resistance of TH1 (across CN52 and 3 on the Fusing Unit end)
infinity?
Is Fuse F2 on PU1 conducting?
Check Item
Is TH1 installed properly?
Is TH1 dirty?
Is the circuit across CN5-2 and 3 on
the Fusing Unit end closed when CN5
(4P) is disconnected?
Result
YES
Action
Check TH1 for contamination or
installation.
NO
Check H1, TS1, and TF1 for continuity.
NO
Change S3.
YES
Change TH1.
YES
NO
Change PU1 or PWB-A.
Change the fuse.
Result
NO
YES
YES
NO
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Action
Install TH1 correctly.
Clean or change TH1.
Change TH1.
Change PWB-A or PU1.
(3) 20:
21:
23:
24:
25:
HMOT Malfunction
EMOT Malfunction
Lift 1 Ascent Motion Failure
Lift 2 Ascent Motion Failure
Communications Error
LCC Lift-Up Motor EMOT
Lift-Up Sensor 1 LS1
Lift-Up Sensor 2 LS2
LCC Transport Motor HMOT
Relevant Electrical Parts
Large capacity cassette (LCC) Main Board PWB-A
Paper Feed Unit Main Board PWB-A
Cassette Main Board PWB-A
Master Board PWB-A
(Paper Feed Unit)
(LCC)
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20
Step
1
Check Item
Does “20” reappear even after HMOT
has been replaced with a new one?
Result
YES
Action
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWB-A (Paper
Feed Unit), PWB-A (Cassette Main
Board), or PWB-A, in that order.
21
Step
1
Check Item
Does “21” reappear even after EMOT
has been replaced with a new one?
Result
YES
Action
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWB-A (Paper
Feed Unit), PWB-A (Cassette Main
Board), or PWB-A, in that order.
23
Step
1
Check Item
Is LS1 fully operational? Check the
input data using I/O Check
2
Does the voltage across CN4A-6 on
PWB-A (LCC) and GND change to
DC5V when LS1 is blocked and to
DC0V when LS1 is unblocked?
3
Does EMOT turn when a drawer
loaded with paper is slid into the
copier?
4
Does the voltage across CN5A-1 on
PWB-A (LCC) and GND change from
DC0V to DC24V when step 3 is
performed again?
Result
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
Action
Perform step 3 and onward.
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWB-A (Paper
Feed Unit), or PWB-A (Cassette Main
Board), in that order.
Change LS1.
Check gears and couplings for proper
engagement and, if they are okay,
change PWB-A.
Check various parts for possible
overload and, if they are okay, change
EMOT.
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWB-A (Paper
Feed Unit), PWB-A (Cassette Main
Board), or PWB-A, in that order.
24
Step
1
2
3
4
Check Item
Is LS2 fully operational?
Check the input data using I/O Check.
Does the voltage across CN4A-9 on
PWB-A (LCC) and GND change to
DC5V when LS2 is blocked and to
DC0V when LS2 is unblocked?
Does EMOT turn when a drawer
loaded with paper is slid into the
copier?
Result
Does the voltage across CN5A-1 on
PWB-A (LCC) and GND change from
DC0V to DC24V when step 3 is
performed again?
YES
Check Item
Does “25” reappear even after PWB-A
(LCC) has been replaced with a new
one?
Result
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
Action
Perform step 3 and onward.
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWB-A (Paper
Feed Unit), or PWB-A (Cassette Main
Board), in that order.
Change LS2.
Check gears and couplings for proper
engagement and, if they are okay,
change PWB-A.
Check various parts for possible
overload and, if they are okay, change
EMOT.
Change PWB-A (LCC), PWB-A (Paper
Feed Unit), PWB-A (Cassette Main
Board), or PWB-A, in that order.
25
Step
1
YES
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Action
Change PWB-A (Paper Feed Unit),
PWB-A (Cassette Main Board), or
PWB-A, in that order.
(4) 12: Faulty E1
11: ATDC Adjustment Failure
ATDC Sensor E1
11, 12
Step
1
2
3
4
Relevant Electrical Parts
Master Board PWB-A
Check Item
Are PJ40, CN50, CN17, and PWB-A
PJ15A connected properly?
Is the CN50 connection dirty?
Is “11” or “12” displayed even when an
I/C with the same T/C as that of a new
one has been installed?
Is “11” or “12” displayed even when an
I/C with the same T/C as that of a new
one has been installed and an F8
operation run?
(Be sure to record the ATDC control
voltage setting value if an F8 operation
is to be run.)
Result
Action
NO
Connect them properly.
YES
Clean.
NO
Change the I/C with a new one.
YES
Change PWB-A, install the old I/C, and
return the ATDC control voltage setting
to the value recorded. If “C0F32” or
“C0F33” redisplayed, change the I/C
with a new one.
NO
Change the I/C with a new one.
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(5) 01, 02, 03, 10, 0A, 1B, 1E
• These malfunctions are concerned with faulty symptoms as they relate to software, hardware, and
communications. For remedial actions, change the board, check for cable connections, and turn the
Power Switch OFF and ON.
Code
01
02
03
10
0A
1B
1E
Action
1. Check the connection between PWB-A and UN2, reset the malfunction, and
turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
2. If the same malfunction persists, change PWB-A or UN2.
1. Reset the malfunction and turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
2. If the same malfunction persists, check the connection between the copier
PWB-A and Finisher PWB-A.
3. If the connection is made properly, unplug the connector between the copier
and Finisher and turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
→ If the malfunction code display persists, change the copier PWB-A.
→ If the malfunction is no longer detected, check the connector and, if it is
intact, change the Finisher PWB-A.
1. Reset the malfunction and turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
2. If the same malfunction persists, check the connection between the copier
PWB-A and A to E below:
A. 2nd Drawer paper source unit
B. 3rd Drawer paper source unit (Paper feed unit/LCC)
C.4th Drawer paper source unit (Paper feed unit/LCC)
D.5th Drawer paper source unit (Paper feed unit)
E. 2-Bin Tray or shift Tray
3. If the connection is made properly, unplug the connector between the copier
and A to E and turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
→ If the malfunction code display persists, change the copier PWB-A.
→ If the malfunction is no longer detected, connect the connectors
sequentially and turn OFF and ON the Power Switch. When “C133A” is
detected, check the connector of the corresponding paper source unit
and, if it is intact, change the PWB-A of the unit.
1. Reset the malfunction and turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
2. If the same malfunction persists, check the harnesses and PJs between PH
Unit and PWB-A and, if they are intact, change PH Unit or PWB-A, in that
order.
1. Reset the malfunction and turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
2. If the same malfunction persists, check the harnesses and PJs between PH
Unit and PWB-A and, if they are intact, change PH Unit or PWB-A, in that
order.
1. Reset the malfunction, turn OFF and ON the Power Switch, and unplug the
power cord and plug it back in.
2. If the malfunction is detected again, check the connection between IC3 on
PWB-A and the EEPROM and, if it is good, change PWB-A.
3. If the malfunction is still detected, change the EEPROM.
✽ For the precautions to be observed when replacing the EEPROM, see
DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT.
1. Reset the malfunction, turn OFF and ON the Power Switch, and reinstall the
I/C.
2. If the malfunction is detected again, check the terminal block for the I/C fuse
and HV1 and, if it is intact, change HV1 or PWB-A.
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(6) 28 Shift Tray shift motion failure
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Check Item
Does the Shift Tray move in the initial
operation?
Does the Shift Tray slide smoothly when
the gear is turned manually with the Shift
Motor removed?
Is an output signal being sent from the
Main Board to Shift Motor?
Are the Shift Home Sensor and its light
blocking plate dirty?
Is the Shift Home Sensor output signal
properly applied to the Main Board?
Result
YES
Action
Check step 4.
NO
Check for contamination and improper
installation.
YES
Check the wiring between the Main
Board and Shift Motor and, if it is intact,
change the motor.
Change the Main Board.
Remove foreign matter or clean.
NO
YES
YES
NO
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Change the Main Board.
Check the wiring between the Main
Board and Shift Home Sensor and, if it is
intact, change the sensor.
4.13 Image Failure
4.13.1 Image Failure Troubleshooting
Image failures have many possible causes. For troubleshooting, it is necessary to deter-mine whether a
failure is attributable to:
1. A basic cause or any other cause
2. The input system (Scanner) or output system (Printer engine).
In this chapter, troubleshooting is divided into “initial checks” and “troubleshooting procedures classified by
image failures.” If an image failure has occurred, first make the initial checks, then proceed to the
corresponding image failure troubleshooting procedure.
4.13.2 Initial Checks
1. Place of installation
• Is the source voltage normal? Does the voltage vary greatly?
• Is the copier installed in a hot, humid place where temperature varies sharply?
• Is the copier installed in a dusty place?
• Is the copier subjected to direct sunlight?
• Is the copier level?
2. Copy paper
• Is the recommended paper used?
• Is the paper damp?
• Does the paper size set in the paper source match the size of the paper loaded in it?
3. Original
• Is the original written in light pencil?
→ Use the test chart to check the image.
• Is the original transparent, or are transparencies being used?
→ Place a blank sheet of paper over the original and make a copy.
• Is the Original Glass dirty or scratched?
→ Clean a dirty glass, or replace a scratched one.
4. Supplies
• Have the supplies, such as the PC Drum, Cleaning Blade, and other parts that affect image quality,
reached the end of their cleaning or replacement cycle?
• Are two or more imaging cartridges being used alternately?
5. Adjustment items
• Among the adjustment items given in Machine parameter (see Section 3), is there any adjustment that
may remedy the image failure?
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6. Input system (scanner) or output system (printer engine)?
• To print the test pattern, press MENU, [, 9.
• If the test pattern output has the same problem as the copy image:
→ Check the output system.
• If the test pattern output is normal:
→ Check the input system.
• Make a copy at a different zoom ratio.
Original
Full size
Reduction
Check the input system.
Original
Full size
Reduction
Check the output system.
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4.13.3 Troubleshooting Procedures by Image Failure
<Image Failure Samples>
1. Blank copy
2. Black copy
3. Low image density
4. Foggy background
5. Black streaks or bands
6. Black spots
7. Blank streaks or bands
8. Void areas
9. Smear on back
10. Uneven image density 11. Gradation reproduction failure
13. Periodically uneven image
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12. Rough image
(1) Blank Copy
Section
Step
1
2
Printer
engine
3
4
5
Result
Is toner empty?
YES
Is the drive transmission
mechanism to the Developing
Unit in good condition?
Is the image transfer current
terminal intact?
Does the laser shutter (the one
located on the laser beam path
between the PH Unit and PC
Drum) open and close properly?
Does the I/C Shutter open and
close properly?
1
Is the Scanner drive transmission
mechanism in good condition?
2
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
Scanner
(2) Black Copy
Section
Step
1
2
Printer
engine
Check Item
3
4
1
2
Scanner
3
4
5
Check Item
Is the PC Drum charge voltage
terminal in good condition?
Is the grid voltage terminal in
good condition?
Is the developing bias terminal in
good condition?
Does a black copy persist even
after the I/C has been replaced
with a new one?
Does the Exposure Lamp turn ON
when make a copy with open the
platen cover?
Does the voltage across P14 on
pin 2 and pin 3 change from
DC0V to DC24V when step 1 is
performed again?
Does the voltage across P14 on
pin 1 and pin 3 change to DC0V
when step 1 is performed again?
Are the mirrors and lens installed
properly?
Are the mirrors and lens dirty?
4-38
Action
Check Sub Hopper Toner
Empty Switch S4 and change
the Toner Bottle.
NO
Check and change as
necessary.
NO
Check and change as
necessary.
NO
Adjust so that the shutter opens
and closes properly.
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
Result
NO
NO
NO
Change HV1, PH Unit, or PWBA, in that order.
Adjust so that the shutter opens
and closes properly.
Check and change as
necessary.
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
Action
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
YES
Change HV1 or PWB-A.
YES
Perform steps 4 and onward.
Check connectors and
harnesses and perform steps 2
and 3.
NO
NO
Change PCB Scanner.
NO
Change Inverter or exposure
lamp, in that order.
Change PCB Main.
NO
Install them properly.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
(3) Low Image Density
Section
Step
Check Item
Does the image get better when a
1
copy is made with new paper
loaded?
2
Printer
engine
3
4
5
6
1
Scanner
2
Is toner empty?
Result
YES
YES
Is the image transfer current
terminal intact?
Is the developing bias terminal
intact?
Does the image density remain
low even after the I/C has been
replaced with a new one?
Does the image density become
higher when adjust the “Image
Density” by Unique Switch F:3?
Is the Scanner drive transmission
mechanism in good condition?
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
(4) Foggy Background
Section
Step
Check Item
Is sunlight or any other
——
1
extraneous light entering the
copier?
Is the PC Drum dirty with foreign
1
matter?
Is the PC Drum charge voltage
2
terminal in good condition?
Is the grid voltage terminal in
3
good condition?
Is the developing bias terminal in
4
good condition?
Printer
Is the Charge Neutralizing Sheet
engine
5
voltage terminal in good
condition?
6
Is Eraser Lamp dirty?
Does foggy background persist
7
even after the I/C has been
replaced with a new one?
Does foggy background persist
8
when adjust the “Image Density”
by Unique Switch F:3?
1
Are the mirrors and lens dirty?
Is the Exposure Lamp dirty or
2
deteriorated?
Do the connections between the
Scanner
3
Exposure Lamp and INVERTER
remain intact?
Do the connections from
4
INVERTER to PCB Scanner
remain intact?
4-39
NO
NO
Action
Change the paper. Instruct the
user on the storage of paper.
Check Sub Hopper Toner
Empty Switch S4 and change
the Toner Bottle.
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
NO
This completes the procedure.
YES
This completes the procedure.
NO
YES
NO
Check and change as
necessary.
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
Result
Action
YES
Protect the copier from
extraneous light.
YES
Clean the PC Drum.
NO
NO
NO
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
NO
Check and change as
necessary.
YES
Clean.
NO
This completes the procedure.
NO
This completes the procedure.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
Clean or change.
NO
Reconnect.
NO
Reconnect.
Section
Step
5
6
Scanner
7
Check Item
Do the connections from PCB
Scanner to PCB Main remain
intact?
Do the connections from PCB
Main to PCB Connect remain
intact?
Do the connections from PCB
Connect to PWB-A Connect
remain intact?
Result
NO
Reconnect.
NO
Reconnect.
YES
NO
(5) Black Streaks or Bands
Section
Step
Check Item
1
Is the PC Drum dirty?
Has toner spilled from the I/C
2
inside of the copier?
Is the PC Drum charge voltage
3
terminal in good condition?
Printer
engine
Is the grid voltage terminal in
4
good condition?
5
Are the Fusing Rollers dirty with
foreign matter?
1
Are the mirrors, lens, Contact
glass or FBS glass dirty with
foreign matter?
2
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
Scanner
(6) Black Spots
Section
Step
1
Printer
engine
Result
YES
NO
YES
Clean.
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
Result
YES
5
Are the Fusing Rollers dirty with
foreign matter?
YES
1
Are the mirrors, lens, Contact
glass or FBS glass dirty with
foreign matter?
2
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
3
4
Scanner
4-40
Change INVERTER, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
Action
Clean the PC Drum.
Clean the interior and change
I/C.
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
Clean or change the Fusing
Rollers.
Change I/C.
Check Item
Is the PC Drum dirty?
Has toner spilled from the I/C
inside of the machine?
Is the PC Drum charge voltage
terminal in good condition?
Is the grid voltage terminal in
good condition?
2
Action
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
NO
Action
Clean the PC Drum.
Clean the interior and change
I/C.
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
Clean or change the Fusing
Rollers.
Change I/C.
YES
Clean.
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
(7) Blank Streaks or Bands
Section
Step
Check Item
Is the PC Drum dirty with foreign
1
matter?
Is the image transfer current
2
terminal intact?
Is the Image Transfer Roller
3
dented or scratched?
Printer
Are the Fusing Rollers scratched
engine
4
or dirty?
5
6
1
Scanner
2
(8) Void Areas
Section
Step
1
2
Printer
engine
3
4
5
1
Scanner
2
Result
YES
YES
YES
YES
Action
Clean the PC Drum.
Check and change as
necessary.
Change the Image Transfer
Roller.
Clean or change the Fusing
Rollers.
Is the PH Unit window glass dirty?
YES
Clean the window glass.
Is the light path between PH and
PC dirty with dust?
Is the Shading Sheet under the
Size cover dirty?
YES
NO
Remove dust.
Change the I/C.
YES
Clean or change.
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
Check Item
Does the image get better when a
copy is made with new paper
loaded?
Is the Image Transfer Roller
installed correctly?
Is the Image Transfer Roller
dented or scratched?
Is the image transfer current
terminal intact?
Are the Fusing Rollers scratched
or deformed?
Is the Contact glass or FBS glass
dirty?
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
4-41
YES
NO
Result
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
Action
YES
Change the paper. Instruct the
user on the storage of paper.
NO
Install correctly.
YES
NO
Change the Image Transfer
Roller.
Check and change as
necessary.
Change the Fusing Rollers.
Change the I/C.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
NO
YES
NO
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
(9) Smear on Back
Section
Step
1
Printer
engine
2
3
Check Item
Is the Image Transfer Roller dirty?
Has toner spilled from the I/C
inside of the copier?
Are the Fusing Rollers dirty?
(10) Uneven Image Density
Section
Step
Check Item
Is the Image Transfer Roller dirty
1
or deteriorated?
Printer
Does the image get better when a
engine
2
copy is made with new paper
loaded?
Are the mirrors, lens, Contact
1
glass or FBS glass dirty with
foreign matter?
Is the Shading Sheet under the
2
Size cover dirty?
Is the Exposure Lamp dirty or
Scanner
3
deteriorated?
4
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
(11) Gradation Reproduction Failure
Section
Step
Check Item
Does the image get better when a
Printer
1
copy is made with new paper
engine
loaded?
Is the Shading Sheet under the
1
Size cover dirty?
Is the Contact glass or FBS glass
2
dirty?
Scanner
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
3
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
4-42
Result
YES
YES
YES
Result
Action
Clean or change.
Clean the interior and change
I/C.
Clean or change the Fusing
Rollers.
NO
Action
Clean or change the Image
Transfer Roller.
Change the paper. Instruct the
user on the storage of paper.
Change the I/C or PWB-A.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
YES
YES
NO
Result
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
NO
Action
Change the paper. Instruct the
user on the storage of paper.
Change PWB-A.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
YES
NO
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
(12) Rough Image
Section
Step
1
Printer
engine
2
Check Item
Is the Image Transfer Roller dirty?
Is the image transfer current
terminal intact?
1
Is the Scanner drive transmission
mechanism in good condition?
2
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
Scanner
(13) Periodically Uneven Image
Section
Step
Check Item
Is the Developing Unit drive gear
1
cracked or dirty with foreign
matter?
Is the PC Drum drive gear
2
cracked or dirty with foreign
matter?
Is the Synchronizing Roller drive
Printer
3
gear cracked or dirty with foreign
engine
matter?
Is the Fusing Unit drive gear
4
cracked or dirty with foreign
matter?
5
1
2
3
4
Scanner
5
6
7
Is the PH Assy secured properly?
Is the FBS Motor drive gear
cracked or dirty with foreign
matter?
Is the Scanner Motor secured
properly?
Are the FBS belts attached
loose?
Is the Mirror carriage A secured
properly?
Are the Mirror carriage drive belts
wound properly?
Are the Scanner rails damaged or
dirty with foreign matter?
Do the connections from CCD Þ
PCB AFE Þ PCB Scanner Þ
PCB Main Þ PCB Connect Þ
PWB-A remain intact?
4-43
Result
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
Result
Action
Clean or change.
Change HV1, I/C, PH Unit, or
PWB-A, in that order.
Check and change as
necessary.
Check and change as
necessary.
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
Action
YES
Clean or change.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
NO
Change the I/C or PWB-A.
Secure properly.
YES
Clean or change.
NO
Secure properly.
YES
Adjust the belt tension.
NO
Secure properly.
NO
Wind the belts properly.
YES
Clean or change.
YES
NO
Change PCB AFE, PCB
Scanner, PCB Main, PCB
Connect or PWB-A, in that
order.
Reconnect.
Section5
Maintenance & Adjustment
5.1 Maintenance schedule......................................................................................................................5-2
5.1.1 Paper Take-Up/Transport Section ............................................................................................5-4
5.1.2 Scanner Section........................................................................................................................5-6
5.1.3 Image Transfer Section...........................................................................................................5-11
5.1.4 Developing Section .................................................................................................................5-13
5.1.5 Fusing Section ........................................................................................................................5-14
5.2 Re/Disassemble .............................................................................................................................5-18
5.3 Adjustment......................................................................................................................................5-81
5.3.1 Printer registration (top) ..........................................................................................................5-81
5.3.2 Printer registration (side).........................................................................................................5-82
5.3.3 FBS registration (top) ..............................................................................................................5-83
5.3.4 FBS registration (side) ............................................................................................................5-84
5.3.5 ADF registration (top)..............................................................................................................5-85
5.3.6 ADF registration (side) ............................................................................................................5-86
5.3.7 FBS zoom adjustment (Vertical) .............................................................................................5-87
5.3.8 FBS zoom adjustment (Horizontal) .........................................................................................5-88
5.3.9 ADF zoom adjustment (Vertical) .............................................................................................5-89
5.3.10 ADF zoom adjustment (Horizontal) .......................................................................................5-90
5.3.11 Adjust the image deformation caused by Mirror carriage A and B at the incorrect position .5-91
5.3.12 Adjustment of the position of Mirror carriage A and B...........................................................5-93
5.3.13 Adjustment of height of ADF .................................................................................................5-94
5.3.14 Adjustment of the skew on the ADF......................................................................................5-95
5.3.15 Adjustment of the platen cover position ................................................................................5-96
5.3.17 Adjustment of Retard roller pressure ....................................................................................5-97
5-1
5.1 Maintenance schedule
‰ Paper Take- Up/ Transport Section
Parts Name
Paper Take- Up Roll
Paper Dust Remover
Side Cover
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace
—
120,000
60,000
120,000
60,000
—
QTY
1
1
—
Reference
Page
Page 5-4
Page 5-4
Page 5-5
‰ Scanner Section
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Reference
QTY
Page
Clean
Replace
Separator Roller
1,000
100,000
Page 5-6
Retard roller
1,000
100,000
Page 5-7
Other rollers
1,000
—
Page 5-8
Contact glass & FBS glass
1,000
—
Page 5-9
White plate
1,000
—
Page 5-9
Stamp ✽
—
3,000
1
Page 5-10
1,000 hours
Exposure Lamp ✽
—
(continuos
1
Page 5-52
lighting)
✽: It is not maintenance parts. However, please replace when it becomes not work.
Parts Name
‰ Image Transfer Section
Parts Name
Image Transfer Roller
Comb Electrode
Pre-Image Transfer Guide Plate
‰ Developing Section
Parts Name
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace
—
150,000
60,000
—
60,000
—
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace
QTY
1
1
1
Reference
Page
Page 5-11
Page 5-11
Page 5-12
QTY
Reference
Page
Imaging Cartridge
(Drum Cartridge)
—
67,000
1
Page 5-13
Toner bottle
—
11,000
1
See
Operating
Instructions
‰ Toner Hopper Unit
Parts Name
Ozone Filter
‰ Fusing Section
Parts Name
Fusing Unit
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace
—
100,000
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace
—
300,000
5-2
QTY
1
QTY
1
Reference
Page
Page 5-12
Reference
Page
Page 5-14
<Options>
‰ Paper Feed Unit (2nd , 3rd, 4th, 5th cassette)
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Reference
QTY
Page
Clean
Replace
120,000
2
Page 6-19
Paper Take-Up Roll
Vertical Transport Roller
—
1
Page 6-19
Vertical Transport Roll
—
2
Page 6-19
Note: Replace the expansion cassette when the number of sheets of paper that have through
it reaches 120,000.
Parts Name



‰ Large Capacity Cassette (LCC)
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace
Paper Take- Up Roll 1
300,000
Paper Take- Up Roll 2
300,000
Roll with torque limiter
—
Feed Roll ✽
200,000
Separator Roll ✽
200,000
Torque Limiter Assy.✽
200,000
Vertical Transport Roller
—
Vertical Transport Roll
—
Note: Replace the parts marked with ✽ at the same time.
Parts Name
‰ Duplex Unit
Parts Name
Duplex Unit Transport Roller
1 and 2
Duplex Unit Transport Roll
1 and 2
Exhaust Vent area
‰ 2-Bin/Shift Tray Unit
Parts Name
Exit Roller








Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace


60,000
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
Reference
Page
Page 6-46
Page 6-46
Page 6-49
Page 6-48
Page 6-48
Page 6-48
Page 6-49
Page 6-49
QTY
Reference
Page
—
2
Page 6-83
—
4
Page 6-83
—
1
Page 6-84
Maintenance Cycle (pages)
Clean
Replace
300,000
—

QTY
QTY
1
Reference
Page
Page 6-69
Note: “ ” means to clean the mechanism when a paper take-up or transport failure occurs.
5-3
5.1.1 Paper Take-Up/Transport Section
(1) Replacement of the Paper Take-Up Roll
1. Slide out the MP Cassette.
2. Lock the Paper Lifting Plate.
3. Snap off one C-clip of the Paper Take-Up Roll Assy.
4. Slide the Paper Take-Up Roll Assy to the rear so that it can be pulled off the bushing at the front.
5. Snap off one C-clip and remove and replace the Paper Take-Up Roll.
(2) Replacement of the Paper Dust Remover
1. Open the Side Cover.
2. Remove the Paper Dust Remover and replace it.
5-4
(3) Cleaning of the Paper Dust Remover
1. Open the Side Cover.
2. Remove the Paper Dust Remover.
3. Using a brush, whisk dust and dirt off the Paper Dust Remover.
(4) Cleaning of the Side Cover
Using a soft cloth dampened with alcohol, wipe the Side Cover.
5-5
5.1.2 Scanner Section
(1) Removal of the separator roller
1. Remove the Tx cover.
2. Remove five KL-clips.
3. Remove the separator gear.
4. Remove the separator roller assembly.
KL-clip
Separator Gear
5-6
(2) Removal of the retard roller
1. Remove two screws and Inner guide C.
2. Remove Guide supporter A.
Inner guide C
Guide supporter A
3. Remove six screws and open the Inner guide A assembly.
Inner guide A
4. Remove the Retard roller assembly.
Retard roller assembly
5-7
(3) Cleaning of the Tx rollers
1. Open the Tx cover.
2. Using a soft cloth dampened with alcohol, wipe the face of the Tx rollers. Rotate the rollers by hand to
allow cleaning of the entire roller surface.
3. Open the inner cover.
Note: You must hold the cover open. It won’t stay open by itself.
4. Using a soft cloth dampened with alcohol, wipe the face of the Tx rollers. Rotate the rollers by hand to
allow cleaning of the entire roller surface.
5-8
(4) Cleaning of the contact glass & FBS glass.
Using a soft cloth dampened with alcohol, wipe the face of the contact glass, white plate, FBS glass and
FBS pad.
White plate
Contact glass
FBS pad
FBS glass
5-9
(5) Removing the Stamp assembly
1. Open the Tx cover and Inner cover.
Note: You must hold the Inner cover open. It won’t stay open by itself.
2. Remove one screw and stamp cover.
3. Remove one screw and connector, and then remove the stamp assembly.
Stamp cover
Stamp assembly
(6) Changing the Stamp
1. Open the Tx cover and Inner cover.
Note: You must hold the Inner cover open. It won’t stay open by itself.
2. Stick the stamp with a pin, then pull out the stamp as shown below.
3. Stick the new stamp with a pin and insert the stamp into its hole. Then remove the pin as shown.
1
2
5-10
5.1.3 Image Transfer Section
(1) Removal of the Image Transfer Roller
1. Open the Side Cover.
2. Raise the Image Transfer Guide Plate.
3. Remove the Image Transfer Roller and replace it.
Note: Do not touch the surface of the Image Transfer Roller directly with bare hands.
(2) Cleaning of the Comb Electrode
1. Open the Side Cover.
5-11
2. Using a soft cloth dampened with alcohol, wipe the Comb Electrode.
Notes:
• Make sure the alcohol does not touch the surface of the Image Transfer Roller.
• When wiping the Comb Electrode, make sure the cloth is not caught by the ends of the combs.
(3) Cleaning of the Pre-Image Transfer Guide Plate
1. Open the Side Cover.
2. Using a soft cloth dampened with alcohol, wipe the Pre-Image Transfer Guide Plate.
NOTE
Make sure the alcohol does not touch the surface of the Image Transfer Roller.
(4) Replacement of the Ozone Filter
1. Remove the Rear Lower Cover.
2. Pull out the Ozone Filter and replace it.
5-12
5.1.4 Developing Section
(1) Removal of the Imaging Cartridge (Drum Cartridge)
1. Open the Side Cover.
2. Holding onto the green handles, slide the Imaging Cartridge part of the way out.
3. Then grasp the handle on top of the cartridge and pull the cartridge out.
Note: When installing the Imaging Cartridge, push it all the way into the machine.
If the cartridge is not properly installed, the PC Drum protective shutter of the cartridge may not
be opened or may even be damaged.
5-13
5.1.5 Fusing Section
(1) Removal of the Fusing Unit
1. Open the Side Cover.
2. Remove the Front Cover.
3. Unplug one connector at the front.
4. Open the Exit Cover and unplug two connectors in the rear.
5. Close the Exit Cover and remove two screws and the Fusing Unit.
(2) Removal of the Fusing Roller Heater Lamp, Fusing Right Roller, Fusing Left Roller, Fusing
Roller Thermistor, Fusing Roller Thermostat, and Fusing Roller Heater Lamp Fuse
1. Open the Exit Cover.
2. Remove one screw and the Fusing Front Cover.
5-14
3. Snap off one E-ring and remove the Exit Cover.
4. Unhook one spring to free the Idle Lever.
5. Remove two harnesses.
6. Remove two screws and the Rear Cover.
7. Remove two screws and the rear Lamp Holder.
8. Remove one screw and the front Lamp Holder.
9. Remove the Fusing Roller Heater Lamp.
5-15
10.Remove two screws and the Fusing Rear Guide Assy.
11.Remove two pressure springs.
12.Snap off one E-ring and remove the front Misfeed Clearing Lever Assy and bearing.
13.Remove the Fusing Right Roller.
14.Snap off two retaining rings.
15.Remove one gear and two bushings.
16.Remove the Fusing Left Roller.
Note: When the Fusing Left Roller is removed, it can cause the spring to come off the Separator
Finger. After the Fusing Left Roller has later been reinstalled, be sure to hook the spring onto the
Separator Finger.
5-16
17.Remove one screw and the Fusing Roller Ther-mistor.
18.Remove two screws and the Fusing Roller Heater Lamp Fuse.
19.Remove two screws and the Fusing Roller Ther-mostat.
5-17
5.2 Re/Disassemble
Before disassembling, disconnect the power cord and line cord.
5.2.1 Tx cover ..................................................................................................................................5-20
5.2.2 PCB DS1.................................................................................................................................5-20
5.2.3 PCB DSS ................................................................................................................................5-21
5.2.4 Release lever ..........................................................................................................................5-21
5.2.5 Interlock switch .......................................................................................................................5-22
5.2.6 PCB DS2.................................................................................................................................5-22
5.2.7 Press roller ..............................................................................................................................5-23
5.2.8 Exit roller .................................................................................................................................5-23
5.2.9 Platen top cover ......................................................................................................................5-25
5.2.10 Tx side cover.........................................................................................................................5-26
5.2.11 PCB Connect ADF ................................................................................................................5-26
5.2.12 BIS sensor.............................................................................................................................5-27
5.2.13 ADF motor.............................................................................................................................5-28
5.2.14 Gear of the ADF section .......................................................................................................5-29
5.2.15 Inner guide A assembly.........................................................................................................5-30
5.2.16 Feed roller assembly.............................................................................................................5-31
5.2.17 Platen cover assembly ..........................................................................................................5-32
5.2.18 Document mount assembly ..................................................................................................5-34
5.2.19 Feed roller assembly.............................................................................................................5-35
5.2.20 Press roller C ........................................................................................................................5-39
5.2.21 Lock lever assembly .............................................................................................................5-40
5.2.22 DADFA3, DADFLEG Sensor ................................................................................................5-42
5.2.23 Right cover, Left cover ..........................................................................................................5-42
5.2.24 Panel assembly.....................................................................................................................5-43
5.2.25 One-touch panel....................................................................................................................5-43
5.2.26 PCB Panel.............................................................................................................................5-44
5.2.27 PCB Panel.............................................................................................................................5-44
5.2.28 Speaker.................................................................................................................................5-45
5.2.29 PCB LCDBL ..........................................................................................................................5-45
5.2.30 Mirror carriage Home sensor / A4 sensor / B4 sensor / Mirror carriage End sensor ............5-46
5.2.31 APS sensor ...........................................................................................................................5-46
5.2.32 Panel lower cover..................................................................................................................5-47
5.2.33 FBS glass..............................................................................................................................5-47
5.2.34 FBS Pad................................................................................................................................5-48
5.2.35 Contact glass ........................................................................................................................5-48
5.2.36 Multi beam sensor.................................................................................................................5-49
5.2.37 Inverter ..................................................................................................................................5-50
5.2.38 PCB AFE...............................................................................................................................5-51
5.2.39 Exposure lamp ......................................................................................................................5-52
5.2.40 Mirror carriage A assembly ...................................................................................................5-53
5.2.41 Mirror A .................................................................................................................................5-54
5.2.42 Mirror carriage B assembly ...................................................................................................5-55
5.2.43 Mirror B and C.......................................................................................................................5-56
5.2.44 Reassemble the Mirror carriage A and B..............................................................................5-57
5.2.45 FBS motor .............................................................................................................................5-58
5.2.46 PCB Scanner ........................................................................................................................5-60
5.2.47 Rear cover (upper)................................................................................................................5-61
5.2.48 Rear cover (lower) ................................................................................................................5-62
5.2.49 Shield plate ...........................................................................................................................5-63
5.2.50 PCB NCU ..............................................................................................................................5-65
5.2.51 PCB Main ..............................................................................................................................5-64
5.2.52 Front cover ............................................................................................................................5-66
5.2.53 LED cover .............................................................................................................................5-67
5.2.54 Upper cover ..........................................................................................................................5-67
5.2.55 Shield box .............................................................................................................................5-68
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5.2.56 Left cover ..............................................................................................................................5-69
5.2.57 PU1 .......................................................................................................................................5-69
5.2.58 PCB Modular.........................................................................................................................5-70
5.2.59 Main switch ...........................................................................................................................5-70
5.2.60 Master board (PWB-A)..........................................................................................................5-71
5.2.61 Double feed detecting board (PWB-H)..................................................................................5-73
5.2.62 Paper size detecting board (PWB-I) .....................................................................................5-73
5.2.63 PPM switching board (PWB-L)..............................................................................................5-74
5.2.64 Fuser frame register board (PWB-R) ....................................................................................5-74
5.2.65 Pre-transfer guide plate register board 1 (PWB-R)...............................................................5-75
5.2.66 Power supply board (PU1) ....................................................................................................5-76
5.2.67 High voltage unit (HV1) .........................................................................................................5-78
5.2.68 PH unit ..................................................................................................................................5-79
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5.2.1 Tx cover
1. Open the ADF cover.
2. Remove the three Tx cover mounting screws and Tx cover.
Tx cover
5.2.2 PCB DS1
1. Remove the Tx cover. (See 5.2.1)
2. Remove two screws and one connector, then remove the PCB DS1.
DS1
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5.2.3 PCB DSS
1. Remove the Tx cover. (See 5.2.1)
2. Remove two screws and one connector, then remove the PCB DSS.
DSS
5.2.4 Release lever
1. Remove the Tx cover. (See 5.2.1)
2. Remove the release lever.
Release lever
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5.2.5 Interlock switch
1. Remove the Tx cover. (See 5.2.1)
2. Remove one screw and one connector, then remove the Interlock switch.
Interlock switch
5.2.6 PCB DS2
1. Remove the Tx cover. (See 5.2.1)
2. Remove two screws and one connector, then remove the PCB DS2.
DS2
Note: The auto adjustment of DS2 (see page 3-129) must be made when you replace the DS2.
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5.2.7 Press roller
1. Remove the Tx cover. (See 5.2.1)
2. Remove four screws and stay A.
3. Remove E-rings and Press roller.
Stay A
Press roller
5.2.8 Exit roller
1. Remove two screws and Inner guide C.
2. Remove Guide supporter A.
Inner guide C
Guide supporter A
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3. Remove six screws and Inner guide A assembly. (See 5.2.15.)
4. Remove the retard cap.
5. Remove one E-ring and Retard bracket.
Retard bracket
Spring
Retard cap
6. Remove two E-rings and Exit roller.
Exit roller
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5.2.9 Platen top cover
1. Open the platen cover.
2. Remove one screw and then close the platen cover.
3. Open the ADF cover.
4. Remove four screws and platen top cover.
Platen top cover
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5.2.10 Tx side cover
1. Open the ADF cover.
2. Remove two screws and Tx side cover.
Tx side cover
5.2.11 PCB Connect ADF
1. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
2. Remove three screw and all connectors, then remove the PCB Connector ADF.
PCB Connect ADF
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5.2.12 BIS sensor
1. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
2. Disconnect the connector (P124) from the PCB Connect ADF.
3. Remove two screws and Sensor plate.
4. Remove two screws and BIS sensor.
BIS sensor
Sensor plate
PCB Connect ADF
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5.2.13 ADF motor
1. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
2. Disconnect the connector of the ADF motor.
3. Remove two springs.
4. Remove five screws ADF motor.
Thin spring
Thick spring
ADF motor
Note: When reassemble the ADF motor, follow the instructions below:
1. Attach the ADF motor with five screws loosely.
2. Attach the thick spring.
3. Secure the three screws shown with A in the illustration.
4. Attach the thin spring.
5. Secure the two screws shown with B in the illustration.
Note: Confirm the belt is not loose.
Thin spring
Thick spring
B
A
B
A
A
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ADF motor
5.2.14 Gear of the ADF section
1. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
2. Remove the ADF motor. (See 5.2.13.)
3. Remove the E-ring.
4. Remove seven screws and ADF Motor bracket.
Thin spring
Thick spring
ADF motor bracket
E-ring
5. Remove screws of the Feed pulley A and Gear 25.
6. Remove E-ring of the Gear 30 and Gear 18/30.
7. Remove Feed pulley, Gear 25, Gear 30 and Gear 18/30.
Gear 30
Feed pulley A
Gear 25
Gear 18/30
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5.2.15 Inner guide A assembly
1. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
2. Remove the ADF motor bracket. (See step 4 of 5.2.14.)
3. Remove the Feed pulley A, Gear 25 and Gear 30. (See step 5 to 7 of 5.2.14.)
4. Remove the Tx side cover. (See 5.2.10.)
5. Remove one screw and Tx stopper.
6. Remove two screws and inner guide C. (See step 1 of 5.2.8.)
7. Remove the guide supporter A. (See step 2 of 5.2.8.)
8. Remove E-ring of feed roller.
9. Remove the Inner guide A assembly.
Inner guide A
E-ring
Tx stopper
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5.2.16 Feed roller assembly
1. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
2. Remove the ADF motor bracket. (See step 4 of 5.2.14.)
3. Remove the Feed pulley A, Gear 25 and Gear 30. (See step 5 to 7 of 5.2.14.)
4. Remove the Tx side cover. (See 5.2.10.)
5. Remove the Inner guide A assembly. (See 5.2.15)
6. Remove six screws and inner guide A.
Inner guide A
7. Remove the retard roller assembly. (See page 5-7.)
8. Remove E-ring and Feed roller assembly.
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5.2.17 Platen cover assembly
Note: Before disassemble the platen cover assembly, you should write down the number (1, 2 or 3) on the
hinge spacer (see next page). This number will be need when you reassemble the platen cover
assembly.
1. Remove two screws and harness cover.
2. Disconnect the harness.
Harness cover
3. Remove two screws and platen cover assembly.
Note: You must hold the platen cover assembly.
Platen cover assembly
3
2
1
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Hinge spacer
Reassemble the platen cover assembly:
1. Mount the platen cover assembly on the machine.
2. Insert the Hinge spacer into the right hole.
Note: The number (1, 2 or 3) on the hinge spacer that you wrote down before disassemble the platen
cover assembly should be shown.
3. Pull the left side of the platen cover assembly to frontward to hook the pin. And attach the screw
loosely.
4. Push the right side of the platen cover assembly to backward to fix the position of platen cover
assembly. And secure the right side of platen cover assembly with a screw.
5. Secure the left side of the platen cover assembly.
Hinge spacer
2
1
3
Pin
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5.2.18 Document mount assembly
1. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
2. Remove the Tx side cover. (See 5.2.10.)
3. Remove one screw. Then remove the hinge bracket and spring lock washer.
Spring lock washer
Hinge bracket
4. Disconnect one connector and Document mount assembly.
Document mount assembly
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5.2.19 Feed roller assembly
1. Remove the platen cover assembly. (See 5.2.17.)
2. Remove the platen top cover. (See 5.2.9.)
3. Remove the Tx side cover. (See 5.2.10.)
4. Remove the document mount assembly (See 5.2.18.)
5. Remove the ADF motor bracket. (See step 4 of 5.2.14.)
6. Remove the Feed pulley A, Gear 25 and Gear 30. (See step 5 to 7 of 5.2.14.)
7. Remove the Inner guide A assembly. (See 5.2.15)
8. Remove one screw on the bottom side and 15 screws on the upper side of the platen cover assembly.
Then separate the ADF section from the platen cover assembly.
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9. Remove four screws and hinge bracket A.
Hinge bracket A
10.Remove four screws and hinge assembly L.
Hinge assembly L
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11.Remove four screws and inner guide D.
Inner guide D
12.Remove one spring and loose two screws, then remove the belt.
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13.Remove one screw and then remove the pulley flange A and Pulley bracket.
Pulley flange A
Pulley bracket
14.Remove two E-rings and one pin, then remove the Feed roller assembly.
Feed roller assembly
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Pin
5.2.20 Press roller C
1. Remove the Inner guide C. (See step 11 of 5.2.19.)
2. Remove two screws and outer guide D.
3. Remove two screws of each Press roller assembly, then remove the Press roller assemblies.
Outer guide D
Press roller C assemblies
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5.2.21 Lock lever assembly
1. Remove the platen cover assembly. (See 5.2.17.)
2. Remove the Tx side cover. (See 5.2.10.)
3. Remove the document mount assembly (See 5.2.18.)
4. Remove two screws and Stay C.
Stay C
5. Remove spring and E-ring, then remove the Spring attachment.
Spring attachment
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6. Use 6 mm adjustable spanner (adjustable wrench) or long nose cutting pliers to remove one screw and
lock lever assembly.
Lock lever assembly
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5.2.22 DADFA3, DADFLEG Sensor
1. Remove six screws and document hopper.
2. Disconnect the connector and then remove the DADFA3 and DADFLEG Sensor.
5.2.23 Right cover, Left cover
1. Open the platen cover.
2. Remove two screws of each covers, then remove the Right cover and Left cover.
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5.2.24 Panel assembly
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove four screws and disconnect three connectors, then remove the Panel assembly.
5.2.25 One-touch panel
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Remove the Panel hinge pin and One-touch panel.
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5.2.26 PCB Panel
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Remove the film harness and connector.
4. Remove the eight screws and 18 screws of the PCB Panel, then remove the PCB Panel.
5.2.27 PCB Panel
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Remove PCB Panel. (See 5.2.26.)
4. Remove two screws and LCD.
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5.2.28 Speaker
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Remove one speaker connector and two mounting screws, and the remove the Speaker.
5.2.29 PCB LCDBL
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Disconnect all connectors and remove two screws. Then remove the PCB LCDBL.
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5.2.30 Mirror carriage Home sensor / A4 sensor / B4 sensor /
Mirror carriage End sensor
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Remove one of each sensors and then remove sensor.
5.2.31 APS sensor
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Disconnect one connector and remove the APS sensor.
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5.2.32 Panel lower cover
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
3. Remove Speaker. (See 5.2.28)
4. Remove six screws and Panel lower cover.
5.2.33 FBS glass
1. Remove the Right cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove three screws and Size cover H.
3. Remove FBS glass.
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5.2.34 FBS Pad
1. Remove the old FBS pad.
2. Strip paper of adhesive tape.
3. Put on the new FBS pad (white face side down) on the FBS glass as shown.
1 mm
4. Close the platen cover to attach the FBS pad.
Adhesive tape
1 mm
FBS Pad
5.2.35 Contact glass
1. Remove the Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Contact glass.
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5.2.36 Multi beam sensor
1. Remove the Right cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove one screw and one connector. The remove the multi beam sensor.
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5.2.37 Inverter
1. Remove the Right cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove six screws and Scanner cover.
5. Disconnect two connectors and tabs, then remove the Inverter.
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5.2.38 PCB AFE
1. Remove the Right cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove six screws and Scanner cover. (See 5.2.37.)
5. Disconnect two film harness and two tabs, remove two screws. Then remove the PCB AFE.
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5.2.39 Exposure lamp
1. Remove the Right and left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
5. Remove the blind sheet and then remove a screw on the exposure lamp bracket.
6. Remove the connector cover, then disconnect the connector.
7. Remove the exposure lamp.
Exposure Lamp
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5.2.40 Mirror carriage A assembly
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
5. Move the Mirror carriage A to right end. Then remove the screws from the belt retainer.
Mirror carriage A
6. Remove the blind sheet.
7. Move the Mirror carriage A assembly to the center. Then remove the belt retainers.
8. Remove one screw and FPC bracket.
9. Disconnect the connector of exposure lamp.
Belt retainer
Mirror carriage B
10.Remove the Mirror carriage A assembly.
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5.2.41 Mirror A
1. Remove the Right and Left cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove Panel assembly. (See 5.2.24.)
5. Remove the Mirror carriage A assembly. (See 5.2.40.)
6. Remove the mirror clamp and Mirror A.
Mirror clamp
Mirror A
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5.2.42 Mirror carriage B assembly
1. Remove the Right cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove FPC bracket. (See step 8 of 5.2.40.)
5. Disconnect the connector of exposure lamp.
6. Remove the FPC guide.
7. Through the FPC bracket to the hole of mirror carriage B.
FPC guide
FPC bracket
8. Remove the screws of belt retainers.
7. Remove the Mirror carriage B assembly.
Belt retainer
Mirror carriage B
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5.2.43 Mirror B and C
1. Remove the Right cover. (See 5.2.26.)
2. Remove Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove the FBS glass. (See 5.2.33.)
4. Remove Mirror carriage B assembly. (See 5.2.42.)
5. Remove the mirror clamp, and then remove the Mirror B and C.
Mirror B
Mirror clamp
Mirror clamp
Mirror C
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5.2.44 Reassemble the Mirror carriage A and B
1. Put on the Mirror carriage A and B.
Mirror carriage B
Mirror carriage A
2. Temporarily attach the belt retainer with screw loosely.
3. Move the Mirror carriage A and B to the right end until they stop.
4. Tighten the screws of the retainer to secure the Mirror cartridge A and B.
Mirror carriage B
Mirror carriage A
Note: Whenever the Mirror carriage A and B has been removed, make the image deformation
adjustment. (See page 5-91.)
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5.2.45 FBS motor
1. Remove the platen cover assembly. (See 5.2.17)
2. Remove the Size cover H. (See 5.2.33.)
3. Remove rear top cover.
4. Remove five screws and platen mount.
Platen mount
5. Disconnect the connector P13 on the PCB Scanner.
6. Remove one spring and three screw, then remove FBS motor bracket.
FBS motor
FBS motor bracket
Spring
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7. Remove two screws and FBS motor.
FBS motor
FBS motor bracket
Note: When reassemble the FBS motor, follow the instructions below:
1. Attach the FBS to the FBS bracket.
2. Attach the FBS motor bracket loosely.
3. Attach the spring and belt.
4. Secure the screws you attached loosely in step 2.
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5.2.46 PCB Scanner
1. Remove the platen cover assembly. (See 5.2.17)
2. Remove the Size cover H. (See 5.2.33)
3. Remove the platen mount.
4. Remove five screws and all connectors, then remove the PCB Scanner.
PCB scanner
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5.2.47 Rear cover (upper)
1. Remove four Rear cover (upper) mounting screws and one Rear cover (lower) mounting screw as
shown.
2. Remove the Rear cover (upper).
Rear cover (upper)
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5.2.48 Rear cover (lower)
1. Remove the one screw and wire cover.
2. Remove five Rear cover (lower) mounting screws.
2. Remove the Rear cover (lower).
Rear cover (lower)
Wire cover
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5.2.49 Shield plate
1. Remove the Rear cover (upper). (See 5.2.47)
2. Disconnect the two cables from scanner unit as shown.
3. Remove the four screws and shield plate.
Note: When reassemble the shield plate, do not forget attaching the F.G. wire.
F.G. wire
Shield plate
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5.2.50 PCB Main
1. Remove the rear cover (upper). (See 5.2.47.)
2. Remove the shield plate. (See 5.2.49.)
3. Disconnect the all connectors on the PCB Main and remove the five screws, then remove the PCB
Main.
PCB Main
Note: Before replace the Main board, it is advisable to print the machine settings, fax settings, copy
settings, one-touch and speed dial listings to help in reprogramming these information.
Note: Jumper JP2 on the main control PCB is used for battery back-up of the DRAM. Any documents
stored in DRAM. Removing JP1 will initialize the DRAM.
Jumper JP1 on the main control PCB is used for battery back-up of the SRAM. All user
programmed data and internal machine parameter, memory switch and unique switch settings
are held in SRAM. Removing JP2 will initialize the SRAM.
Confirm the each Jumper is ON.
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5.2.51 PCB NCU
1. Remove the rear cover (upper). (See 5.2.47.)
2. Remove the shield plate. (See 5.2.49.)
3. Remove the PCB Main. (See 5.2.50)
4. Disconnect the all connectors and remove three screws and one tab, then remove the PCB NCU.
Insulator
PCB NCU
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5.2.52 Front cover
1. Slide out the multi paper cassette (1st cassette), and then remove the two front cover mounting screws.
2. Open the side cover, then remove the screw.
3. Remove two tabs, then remove front cover.
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5.2.53 LED cover
1. Slide out the multi paper cassette (1st cassette).
2. Remove one screw and LED cover.
LED cover
5.2.54 Upper cover
1. Remove two screws and upper cover.
Upper cover
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5.2.55 Shield box
1. Remove the upper cover. (See 5.2.54.)
2. Remove two screws and slide out the shield cover.
Shield box
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5.2.56 Left cover
1. Remove the upper cover. (See 5.2.54.)
2. Remove four screws and left cover.
Left cover
5.2.57 PU1
1. Remove the upper cover. (See 5.2.54.)
2. Remove the shield box. (See 5.2.55.)
3. Remove two screws and PS shield box.
4. Remove four screws and disconnect the all connectors. Then remove the PU1
PS shield box
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5.2.58 PCB Modular
1. Remove the upper cover. (See 5.2.54.)
2. Remove the shield box. (See 5.2.55.)
3. Disconnect the all connectors, remove one screw and two tabs. Then remove the PCB Modular.
PCB modular
5.2.59 Main switch
1. Remove the front cover. (See 5.2.52.)
2. Disconnect the connector and remove the main switch.
Main switch
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5.2.60 Master board (PWB-A)
1. Remove the upper cover. (See 5.2.54.)
2. Remove the shield box. (See 5.2.55.)
3. Remove the two screws and MFB box.
4. Disconnect the all connectors and remove four screws, then remove the master board.
MFB box
PWB-A
Remounting The EEPROM (IC3A)
Notes:
• If the Imaging Cartridge is not to be replaced after the Master Board has been replaced with a new one,
be sure to remount the EEPROM (IC3A) from the old to new Master Board.
• If the Master Board has been replaced with a new one and the EEPROM (IC3A) has not been
remounted, be sure to replace the Imaging Cartridge with a new one. Because the EEPROM contains
no data in this case, make settings and readjustments as necessary.
1. Remove the Master Board (PWB-A).
2. Demount the EEPROM (IC3A) from the new Master Board.
3. Demount the EEPROM (IC3A) from the old Master Board and remount it onto the new
New EPROM
OLD EPROM
New Master board
Old Master board
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Note: Note the alignment notch on the EEPROM (IC3A) when mounting the IC.
A
A
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5.2.61 Double feed detecting board (PWB-H)
1. Slide out the MP cassette (1st cassette).
2. Remove one screw and double feed detecting board.
PWB-H
5.2.62 Paper size detecting board (PWB-I)
1. Remove the Rear cover (lower). (See 5.2.48.)
2. Remove two screws and the PWB board cover.
3. Remove Paper size detecting board (PWB-I).
PWB-I
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5.2.63 PPM switching board (PWB-L)
1. Remove the Rear cover (lower). (See 5.2.48.)
2. Remove one screw and the PWB-L mounting bracket assembly.
3. Remove PWB-L.
PWB-L
5.2.64 Fuser frame register board (PWB-R)
1. Remove the Fuser unit. (See 5.1.5, page 5-14.)
2. Open the Exit Cover of the fusing unit.
3. Remove one screw and the Fusing Front Cover.
3. Snap off one E-ring and remove the Exit Cover.
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4. Unhook one spring to free the Idle Lever.
5. Remove two harnesses.
6. Remove two screws and the Rear Cover.
7. Remove the PWB-R.
5.2.65 Pre-transfer guide plate register board 1 (PWB-R)
1. Open the side cover.
2. Remove the vertical transport unit.
3. Remove two screws and two ground plate.
4. Remove the PWB-R.
PWB-R
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5.2.66 Power supply board (PU1)
1. Remove the rear cover (lower). (See 5.2.48.)
2. Remove the left cover.
3. Remove five screws and Reinforcement bracket.
Reinforcement bracket
4. Remove three screws and four connectors, then remove the PU1 mounting bracket assembly.
PU1 mounting bracket aseembly
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5. Remove eight screws and two tabs, then remove the PU1.
PU1
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5.2.67 High voltage unit (HV1)
1. Open the side cover.
2. Remove the Imaging cartridge (drum cartridge).
3. Remove two screws and the HV1 cover.
HV1 cover
4. Remove two screws and the all connectors, then remove the HV1.
HV1
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5.2.68 PH unit
Notes:
• Do not place the PH Unit upside down or subject it to excessive shock.
• Replace the PH Unit as one unit.
• NEVER attempt to disassemble or adjust the PH Unit.
1. Remove the Upper Cover. (See 5.2.54.)
2. Remove Front Cover. (See 5.2.52.)
3. Remove Left Cover. (See 5.2.56.)
4. Remove Rear Cover (lower). (See 5.2.48)
5. Remove two screws and the shield box.
6. Remove two screws and MFB Box Cover.
7. Unplug five connectors of the MFB Board.
8. Remove two screws and the MFB Box Assy.
5. Remove five screws and the Reinforcement Bracket.
6. Remove four screws and the handle.
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7. Unplug all connectors (13) from Master Board PWB-A.
8. Remove the harness from all cord clamps (12) on the PH Base Plate.
9. Remove four screws and the PH Unit.
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5.3 Adjustment
5.3.1 Printer registration (top)
A
A
Test pattern D
Adjust so that width A on the test pattern D output falls within the following range.
Specification
10 ± 1.5 (mm)
Adjustment Tool
Machine parameter S
Machine parameter T
Setting Range
– 12.8 to 12.7 (mm)
(0.1 mm step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
3. Produce a test pattern D with the A3-sized paper.
(Press MENU, [, 9, Test Pattern Print. For detail, see page 3-123.)
4. Check to see if width A on the test pattern D meets the specifications.
If width A falls outside the specified range, perform following steps to make the adjustment.
5. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
6. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter S to meet the specification.
If the width A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the width A is longer than specification, decrease value.
Important: When you change the setting of Machine Parameter S, you must set the same value to
Machine Parameter U.
Ex.) If you set the “00000010” to the Machine Parameter S:5, you must set the “00000010” to
the Machine Parameter U:5, too.
When you change the setting of Machine Parameter T, you must set the same value to
Machine Parameter V.
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2, you changed in step 2.
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5.3.2 Printer registration (side)
A
A
Test pattern D
Adjust so that width A on the test pattern D output falls within the following range.
Specification
10 ± 2.0 (mm)
Adjustment Tool
Machine parameter K
Machine parameter L
Setting Range
– 12.8 to 12.7 (mm)
(0.1 mm step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
3. Produce a test pattern D with the A3-sized paper.
(Press MENU, [, 9, Test Pattern Print. For detail, see page 3-123.)
4. Check to see if width A on the test pattern D meets the specifications.
If width A falls outside the specified range, perform following steps to make the adjustment.
5. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
6. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter K to meet the specification.
If the width A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the width A is longer than specification, decrease value.
Important: When you change the setting of Machine Parameter K, you must set the same value to
Machine Parameter M.
Ex.) If you set the “00000010” to the Machine Parameter K:5, you must set the “00000010” to
the Machine Parameter M:5, too.
When you change the setting of Machine Parameter L, you must set the same value to
Machine Parameter N.
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2, you changed in step 2.
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5.3.3 FBS registration (top)
A
Test Chart No.99-1
Adjust so that width A on the copy falls within the following range.
Specification
Adjustment Tool
10 ± 0.7 (mm)
Machine parameter B:8
Setting Range
– 4.34 to 4.34 (mm)
(0.14 mm step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
3. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-1 on the FBS glass.
4. Make a copy of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
5. Check to see if width A on the copy meets the specifications.
If width A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
6. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
7. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:8 to meet the specification.
If the width A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the width A is longer than specification, decrease value.
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2, you changed in step 2.
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5.3.4 FBS registration (side)
A
Test Chart No.99-1
Adjust so that width A on the copy falls within the following range.
Specification
Adjustment Tool
10 ± 0.7 (mm)
Machine parameter B:5
Setting Range
– 5.25 to 5.25 (mm)
(0.21 mm step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
3. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-1 on the FBS glass.
4. Make a copy of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
5. Check to see if width A on the copy meets the specifications.
If width A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
6. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
7. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:5 to meet the specification.
If the width A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the width A is longer than specification, decrease value.
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2, you changed in step 2.
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5.3.5 ADF registration (top)
A
Test Chart No.99-2
Adjust so that width A on the copy falls within the following range.
Specification
Adjustment Tool
20 ± 1.3 (mm)
Machine parameter B:3
Setting Range
– 10.71 to 10.71 (mm)
(0.17 mm step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
3. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-2 in the ADF.
4. Make a copy of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
5. Check to see if width A on the copy meets the specifications.
If width A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
6. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
7. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:3 to meet the specification.
If the width A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the width A is longer than specification, decrease value.
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2, you changed in step 2.
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5.3.6 ADF registration (side)
A
Test Chart No.99-2
Adjust so that width A on the copy falls within the following range.
Specification
Adjustment Tool
20 ± 1.3 (mm)
Machine parameter B:0
Setting Range
– 5.25 to 5.25 (mm)
(0.21 mm step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
3. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-2 in the ADF.
4. Make a copy of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
5. Check to see if width A on the copy meets the specifications.
If width A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
6. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
7. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:0 to meet the specification.
If the width A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the width A is longer than specification, decrease value.
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2, you changed in step 2.
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5.3.7 FBS zoom adjustment (Vertical)
The difference should be within ± 0.4% (1.6 mm) of the actual length of A on the test chart No.99-1.
Adjust so that the following specifications are satisfied with the length of A (400 mm) on the test chart
No.99-1.
Zoom ratio
Specification
Adjustment Tool
100 %
400 ± 1.6 (mm)
(400 ± 0.4%)
Machine parameter B:7
Setting Range
– 6.0 to 6.0 (mm)
(– 1.5 to 1.5 %)
(0.1 % (0.4 mm) step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-1 on the FBS.
3. Make two copies of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
4. Measure the length of A on the second copy to find the difference.
If length A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
5. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
6. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:7 to meet the specification.
If the length A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the length A is longer than specification, decrease value.
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5.3.8 FBS zoom adjustment (Horizontal)
The difference should be within ± 0.4% (1.1 mm) of the actual length of A on the test chart No.99-1.
Adjust so that the following specifications are satisfied with the length of A (277 mm) on the test chart
No.99-1.
Zoom ratio
Specification
Adjustment Tool
100 %
277 ± 1.1 (mm)
(277 ± 0.4%)
Machine parameter B:6
Setting Range
– 4.155 to 4.155 (mm)
(– 1.5 to 1.5 %)
(0.1 % (0.277 mm) step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-1 on the FBS.
3. Make two copies of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
4. Measure the length of A on the second copy to find the difference.
If length A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
5. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
6. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:6 to meet the specification.
If the length A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the length A is longer than specification, decrease value.
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5.3.9 ADF zoom adjustment (Vertical)
A3
A
99-2(B)
2000.1
The difference should be within ± 0.6% (2.0 mm) of the actual length of A on the test chart No.99-2.
Adjust so that the following specifications are satisfied with the length of A (330 mm) on the test chart
No.99-2.
Zoom ratio
Specification
Adjustment Tool
100 %
330 ± 2.0 (mm)
(330 ± 0.6%)
Machine parameter B:2
Setting Range
– 4.95 to 4.95 (mm)
(– 1.5 to 1.5 %)
(0.1 % (0.33 mm) step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-2 in the ADF.
3. Make two copies of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
4. Measure the length of A on the second copy to find the difference.
If length A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
5. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
6. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:2 to meet the specification.
If the length A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the length A is longer than specification, decrease value.
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5.3.10 ADF zoom adjustment (Horizontal)
A
A3
99-2(B)
2000.1
The difference should be within ± 0.6% (1.5 mm) of the actual length of A on the test chart No.99-2.
Adjust so that the following specifications are satisfied with the length of A (240 mm) on the test chart
No.99-2.
Zoom ratio
Specification
Adjustment Tool
100 %
240 ± 1.5 (mm)
(240 ± 0.6%)
Machine parameter B:1
Setting Range
– 3.6 to 3.6 (mm)
(– 1.5 to 1.5 %)
(0.1 % (0.24 mm) step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-2 in the ADF.
3. Make two copies of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
4. Measure the length of A on the second copy to find the difference.
If length A falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
5. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
6. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter B:1 to meet the specification.
If the length A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the length A is longer than specification, decrease value.
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5.3.11 Adjust the image deformation caused by Mirror carriage A and
B at the incorrect position
5.3.11.1 When the copy using the FBS is deformation as shown below, adjust the Mirror
carriage position.
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2.
3. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-1 on the FBS.
4. Make a copy of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
5. Measure the length of A and B on the copy to find the difference.
6. Subtract B from A.
If the difference falls outside the specified range, perform the following steps to make the adjustment.
Specification: The difference of A and B should be within ± 1.1 mm.
A
B
If the A > B, move the front side of Mirror carriage A to the leftward.
If the A < B, move the front side of Mirror carriage A to the rightward.
Ex) If the difference is –2mm, move the front side of Mirror carriage A 2mm to the rightward.
To move the front side of the mirror carriage:
Ex.) If measured vertical length A is 10 mm, and B is 6 mm.
Subtract B from A. (10-6= 4 mm)
1. Loosen a front side retainer screw of the Mirror carriage A.
2. Move the front side of the Mirror carriage A 4 mm to the leftward.
3. Secure the Mirror carriage A.
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5.3.11.2 When the copy using the FBS is deformation as shown below, adjust the Mirror
carriage position.
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Use the Unique Switch F:2 to adjust the printing margin to 0 mm. (Press MENU, [, 4. For detail, see
page 3-114.)
Important: After adjustment, you must re-enter the setting of Unique Switch F:2.
3. Place the Muratec Test Chart No. 99-1 on the FBS.
4. Make a copy of it on the A3-sized paper with 100 % magnification.
5. Measure the width of C and D on the copy to find the difference.
6. Subtract D from C.
If the difference falls outside the specified range, perform
the following steps to make the adjustment.
Specification: The difference of C and D should be within
± 1.5 mm.
If the C > D, move the front side of Mirror carriage B to the
rightward.
If the C < D, move the front side of Mirror carriage B to the
leftward.
Ex) If the difference is –2mm, move the front side of Mirror
carriage B 2mm to the leftward.
A
To move the front side of the mirror carriage:
Ex.) If measured vertical length C is 10 mm, and D is 6 mm.
Subtract D from C. (10-6= 4 mm)
1. Loosen a front side retainer screw of the Mirror carriage B.
2. Move the front side of the Mirror carriage B 4 mm to the
rightward.
3. Secure the Mirror carriage B.
B
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5.3.12 Adjustment of the position of Mirror carriage A and B
1. Temporarily loosen the screw of the belt retainer to move the mirror carriages.
2. Move the Mirror carriage A and B to the right end until they stop. Secure the carriages at this position.
3. Tighten the screw of the belt retainer.
Mirror carriage B
Mirror carriage A
Note: After this adjustment, confirm the copy image quality and adjust the image deformation, if
necessary.
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5.3.13 Adjustment of height of ADF
Adjust the height of the ADF (the clearance of the document pass) to pass the document properly.
1. Confirm that the tabs under the platen cover assembly (see the illustration below) touch the contact
glass when the platen cover is closed. If not, adjust the height of ADF by following procedure.
2. Remove the platen top cover. (See page 5-25.)
3. Loosen the nut on the hinges R and L, and turn the hexagon socket set screw to adjust the height of the
ADF and the skew of the platen cover assembly.
If turn the hexagon socket set screw counter-clockwise, the front side will be up and rear side will be
down.
If turn the hexagon socket set screw clockwise, the front side will be down and rear side will be up.
Note: Make sure to tighten the nuts after this adjustment.
Note: If this adjustment for the height of the ADF is not enough, it can cause the skew or the image
deformation.
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5.3.14 Adjustment of the skew on the ADF
1. Turn the adjusting screw of the Press guide B to adjust the skew.
If turn the adjustment screw clockwise, the copied image will be turned counter-clockwise.
If turn the adjustment screw counter-clockwise, the copied image will be turned clockwise.
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5.3.15 Adjustment of the platen cover position
Adjust the platen cover to pass the document properly.
1. Confirm that the hinge L is set at the proper position.
Also confirm the difference between platen cover and the left cover at front and at rear on the side.
Platen cover assembly
Left cover
2. Turn the hinge plate to set the platen cover and left cover to be parallel.
Adjust the installation position on the side of the hinge R.
If the front side of the platen cover shifts to the left, turn the hinge plate to set the large number at the
front.
If the front side of the platen cover shifts to the right, turn the hinge plate to set the smaller number at
the front.
Hinge spacer
2
1
3
Pin
Note: Refer to the “Reassemble the platen cover assembly” on the page 5-33 for installing the platen
cover assembly.
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5.3.17 Adjustment of Retard roller pressure
When the bad document transportation or document separation is occurs even if the rollers dose not wear
or uncleanness, adjust the Retard roller pressure.
Insert the precision screwdriver into the hole of the Inner guide A as illustration. Then turn the separation
pressure adjustment screw with referring the following table.
Rotate direction
Counterclockwise
Clockwise
Retard roller
pressure
Up
Down
Document
To be good
To be bad
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Document
Separation
To be bad
To be good
Section6
Options
1. Expansion Memory....................................................6-2
2. Telephone Handset ...................................................6-4
3. Mechanical page counter ..........................................6-7
4. Paper feed unit (500 sheets) .....................................6-9
5. Large capacity cassette (2500 sheets) ....................6-25
6. 2-Bin / Shift tray unit ................................................6-54
7. Duplex unit ..............................................................6-74
8. AL-250.....................................................................6-88
9. RS-232C Interface...................................................6-96
10.OP-100: PCL6 printer controller ..............................TBD
11.NP-200: Network printer controller ..........................TBD
6-1
Options
Memory Upgrade
6.1 Memory Upgrade
6-2
Memory Upgrade
Options
6.1.1 Memory Upgrade
An optional 8 or 24 MB document memory upgrade is available for the MFX-2500.
To install the memory upgrade PCB:
1. Turn the machine off and remove the power cord and line cord.
2. Remove the rear cover.
3. Remove the shielding plate.
4. Connect the connector on the memory upgrade PCB to the connector (P5A) or connector (P5B) on the
machine’s main control PCB.
Upgrade memory board
The following table shows the combination of memory upgrade to be installed to each connector
(P5A and/of P5B). Please install the memory upgrade PCB according to the following table.
Built-in
8 MB
8 MB
8 MB
8 MB
8 MB
8 MB
Connector P5A
—
+ 8 MB
+ 8 MB
+ 24 MB
+ 8 MB
+ 24 MB
Connector P5B
—
—
+ 8 MB
—
+ 24 MB
+ 24 MB
Total memory
8 MB (8192 KB)
16 MB (16384 KB)
24 MB (24576 KB)
32 MB (32768 KB)
40 MB (40960 KB)
56 MB (57644 KB)
Storage capacity
650
pages
650+680
⇐ Standard Spec.
650+680+680
650+2040
650+680+2040
650+2040+2040
5. Connect the connectors and plug the power cord and turn the machine on.
6. Clear the DRAM. (In Fax mode, press MENU, *, G, [Enter].)
Important: The DRAM clear setting will erase all documents in memory.
7. Perform a DRAM test whenever an optional memory upgrade is added to the unit.
(Press MENU, *, B, F, [Enter]. See page 3-128 for more detail of the DRAM test.)
8. Print the Fax Setting List. (In Fax mode, press MENU, J, [List]).
Check the memory amount printed below the Name and confirm the amount. The memory amount of
the standard memory (16 MB) is 16384 KB.
9. Turn the machine off and unplug the power cord.
11.Re-attach the shielding plate.
12.Re-attach the rear cover.
13.Plug the line cord and power cord.
6-3
6.2 Telephone Handset
6-4
Optional handset
Options
6.2.1 Attaching the optional handset
Here is how to attach the handset.
1. Remove the two screw caps.
2. Using a Phillips-head screwdriver, attach the cord holder and the handset cradle to the left side of your
machine, with the screws included with the cradle.
3. Plug one end of the handset cord (it’s curled) into the PHONE1 jack on the rear of your machine.
4. Plug the other end of the handset cord into the jack on the handset. If connected to a phone line, your
machine is now “off-hook.”
5. Place the telephone handset onto the handset cradle. The cradle will press the handset’s “flash” button,
hanging up the handset.
Note: Make the curled cord to be held with the cord holder as shown at right.
6.2.2 Adjusting handset
The small switches on the side of your machine’s handset adjust the ringer volume and the receiver
volume.
Ringer
Volume
Hearing
Volume
Ringer Volume Control — Adjust the ringer volume to one of three settings:
High, Medium, or Low.
Hearing Volume Control — If you are hard to hear the remote person’s voice, adjust the receiver volume
to one of three settings; High, Medium, or Low.
6-5
Options
Paper Feed Unit
Attaching a second phone
If you attach a second phone, plug the phone cable from a second phone into the PHONE2 jack on the
rear side of the machine.
6-6
6.3 Mechanical Page
Counter
6-7
Options
Paper Feed Unit
6.3 Attaching the optional page counter
The page counter shows the total number of pages the machine has printed.
Note: This device counts up to 999,999 pages. If more pages are printed, the counter resets to zero and
begins counting the new pages from that point.
To install the page counter:
1. Turn the power off.
2. Open the power panel.
3. Use cutting pliers to gently punch out the perforated panel. You will install the page counter through this
hole.
4. Pull the blue and red connecting wires out of hole. You will take a connector for the page counter.
5. Connect the counter connector to this connector, as shown below:
6 Insert the page counter into the hole, being careful to put the connecting wires in the hole first.
The counter will “click” into place when inserted correctly.
Installation is completed.
The machine will now count the number of pages it prints.
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6.4 PAPER FEED UNIT
6.4 PAPER FEED UNIT ......................................................................................................................... 6-9
6.4.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL .................................................................................. 6-10
6.4.1.1 SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................ 6-10
6.4.1.2 PARTS IDENTIFICATION .................................................................................................... 6-10
6.4.1.3 CROSS-SECTIONAL VIEW ................................................................................................. 6-11
6.4.1.4 DRIVE SYSTEM................................................................................................................... 6-11
6.4.1.5 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS LAYOUT ............................................................................. 6-12
6.4.1.6 MECHANICAL OPERATIONS ............................................................................................. 6-12
6.4.2 DIS/REASSEMBLE, ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................... 6-19
6.4.2.1 Disassembly ......................................................................................................................... 6-19
6.4.3 ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................ 6-21
6.4.3.1 Paper Lifting Spring Adjustment ........................................................................................... 6-21
6.4.3.2 Paper Take-Up Rolls Adjustment ......................................................................................... 6-21
6.4.3.3 CD Registration Adjustment (Printer) ................................................................................... 6-22
6.4.4 MISFEED DETECTION .............................................................................................................. 6-22
6.4.4.1 Misfeed detection ................................................................................................................. 6-22
Block diagram ...................................................................................................................................... 6-17
6-9
Options
Paper Feed Unit
6.4.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL
6.4.1.1 SPECIFICATIONS
Type
Installation
Type of Paper
Paper Size
Registration
Capacity
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Dimensions
Weight
Environmental
Requirements
: Add-on paper source unit
: Mounted beneath upper cassette of machine
: Plain paper (60 to 90 g/m² or 16 to 24 lbs.),
recycled paper (60 to 90 g/m² or 16 to 24 lbs.)
: B5L/C to A3L or 8.5” ×11”L/C to 11” × 17”L
(L: Lengthwise; C: Crosswise)
: Center
: 500 sheets
: DC24V ±10%, DC5V ±10% (supplied from main unit)
: 10W or less
: 535 (W) × 544.7 (D) × 127.5 (H) mm or 21 (W) × 21.5(D) × 5 (H) inches
: 6.9 kg or 15 lbs.
: Same as main unit
6.4.1.2 PARTS IDENTIFICATION
1
4
2
3
1. Edge Guide
2. Side Cover
3. Paper Lifting Plate
4. Trailing Edge Stop
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Paper Feed Unit
Options
6.4.1.3 CROSS-SECTIONAL VIEW
1
5
4
2
3
1. Paper Take-Up Roll
2. Vertical Transport Roller
3. Paper Lifting Spring
4. Paper Lifting Plate
5. Edge Guide
6.4.1.4 DRIVE SYSTEM
Drive from the main drive motor of the main unit is transmitted to their paper take-up drive mechanisms via
a gear train.
Paper take-up
drive mechanism
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Options
Paper Feed Unit
6.4.1.5 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS LAYOUT
S2
SL1
S5
S4
S1
S3
PWB-A
PWB-S
Symbol
PWB-A
PWB-S
SL1
S1
Name
Cassette Main Board
Paper Size Detecting Board
Take-Up Solenoid
Cassette Set Switch
Symbol
S2
S3
S4
S5
Name
Side Cover Set Sensor
Take-Up Sensor
Paper Empty Sensor
Paper Near Empty Sensor
6.4.1.6 MECHANICAL OPERATIONS
6.4.1.6.1 Edge Guide and Trailing Edge Stop
The fixed paper size cassette has the Edge Guide and Trailing Edge Stop screwed into fixed positions.
6.4.1.6.2 Paper Lifting Plate
• The Paper Lifting Plate of each cassette is raised at all times by two Paper Lifting Springs.
• The type of the Paper Lifting Springs must be changed according to the paper size. (For details, see
“DIS/REASSEMBLY” on page 6-19.)
Paper lifting spring
Paper lifting plate
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Paper Feed Unit
Options
6.4.1.6.3 Cassette-in-Position Detection
The machine detects that the cassette is slid into position as follows.
• The rib on the cassette frame presses the Cassette Set Switch located on the back panel of the
machine, allowing the machine to detect that the cassette is slid in.
Cassette set switch S1
Rib
6.4.1.6.4 Paper Size Setting
(1) Cassette Paper Size Setting
• With the Fixed Paper Size Cassette, the paper size is set using the Tech. Rep. Choice function.
(2) Paper Sizes That Can be Set
Paper Size Name
Inch Representation
CD × FD(mm)
A3 L
—
297 × 420
B4 L
—
257 × 364
A4 L
—
210 × 297
A4 C
—
297 × 210
B5 L
—
182 × 257
B5 C
—
257 × 182
A5 C
210 × 148
ISO B5 L
176 × 250
ISO B5 C
250 × 176
F4 L
210 × 330
Ledger L
279 × 432
11″×17″
Legal L
216 × 356
8.5″×14″
G. Legal L
216 × 330
8.5″×13″
Letter L
216 × 279
8.5″×11″
Letter C
279 × 216
11″×8.5″
G. Letter L
203 × 267
8″×10.5″
G. Letter C
267 × 203
10.5″×8″
Invoice C
216 × 140
8.5″×5.5″
Executive L
184 × 260
7.25″×10.5″
Executive C
260 × 184
10.5″×7.25″
—
297 × 430
—
280 × 420
—
220 × 330
—
216 × 297
—
297 × 216
—
220 × 280
Special size
—
280 × 220
279 × 356
11″×14″ L
236 × 356
9.25″×14″ L
210 × 301
8.25″×11.75″ L
203 × 330
8″×13″ L
 : Paper size setting (panel input) z : Not supported by machine
*L: Lengthwise; C: Crosswise)
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


z
z
—
z
z



z


z
z
—
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
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6.4.1.6.5 Paper Near Empty Detection
• A paper-near-empty condition is detected through the detection of the height of the Paper Lifting Plate.
• As the paper stack is consumed during a copy cycle, the Paper Lifting Plate of the cassette is gradually
raised by the tension of the Paper Lifting Springs. When the Paper Near Empty Sensor is then
unblocked, the machine determines that it is a paper-near-empty condition (the number of sheets of
2
paper (80 g/m ) still available for use: 50 ±30). The LED then starts blinking.
• Since the amount of paper still available for use varies while a paper take-up sequence is in progress,
detection is made at a timing when the Paper Take-Up Roll is in the retracted position.
Paper near empty
sensor S5
Paper lifting plate
Actuator
LED
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6.4.1.6.6 Paper Empty Detection
• When the cassette runs out of paper, the actuator for the Paper Empty Sensor drops into the cutout in
the Paper Lifting Plate. This unblocks the sensor and the machine detects that the cassette has run out
of paper.
• When a paper-empty condition is detected, the blinking LED lights up steadily.
• As noted earlier, the Paper Lifting Plate is raised at all times by the tension of the Paper Lifting Springs.
This causes the actuator for the Paper Empty Sensor to tend to be caught by the paper stack when the
cassette is slid out of the machine. To prevent this, the actuator is slightly tilted. This, however, presents
another problem of a smaller operating stroke of the actuator, which in turn increases the possibility of
the actuator activating the sensor by the flexing of a sheet of paper as it is taken up and fed in. To
prevent this false detection of a paper-empty condition, the paper empty detection is enabled only when
the Paper Take-Up Roll is in the retracted position.
Actuator
Paper empty sensor S4
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6.4.1.6.7 Paper Separating Mechanism
• Each cassette has fingers that function to separate the top sheet of paper from the rest of the paper
stack at paper take-up. The fingers are fitted to the right front and rear corners of the cassette. When
the Paper Take-Up Roll starts turning to take up the top sheet of paper, its turning force is directly
transmitted to the top sheet of paper as it is in direct contact with the Paper Take-Up Roll. That force
overcomes the block of the fingers, causing the top sheet of paper to ride over the fingers and be fed
out of the cassette into the machine.
• The collars and mylars placed on both sides of the Paper Take-Up Roll restrict the length of the loops
that form in the paper at the fingers, helping the paper edges to easily slip out of the fingers.
• As to the second sheet of paper, the paper transport force obtained through friction with the top sheet of
paper is weak and does not allow the second sheet of paper to ride over the block of the fingers.
Hence, the second sheet of paper remains stationary with the rest of the paper stack in the cassette.
• When there are only two sheets of paper left in the cassette, the bottom sheet can be fed with the top
one if the friction of the Paper Lifting Plate is weak. The Friction Plate affixed to the Paper Lifting Plate
prevents this from happening.
Paper take-up roll
Paper
Separator finger
Friction plate
Paper lifting plate
Mylar
Separator finger
Collar
Paper take-up roll
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6.4.1.6.8 Paper Take-Up Roll
• Since the Paper Lifting Plate is raised at all times by the Paper Lifting Springs, paper is wedged in the
mechanism when the cassette is slid out of the machine if the Paper Take-Up Roll is round in shape. So
the roll is semicircular and the circular part of the roll is positioned on top at times other than take-up.
For the purpose of explanation, we call this position of the Paper Take-Up Roll the “retracted” position.
• The Paper Take-Up Roll is grooved to keep good friction under heavy loading.
• In each of the Fixed Paper Size Cassette and Universal Cassette, there are two Paper Take-Up Rolls
mounted.
• When the Take-Up Solenoid is energized, it causes the spring tension to bring the drive gear into mesh
with the clutch gear. This results in the drive being transmitted to the Paper Take-Up Rolls.
Clutch gear
Paper take-up roll
Spring
Take-up solenoid
SL1
Drive gear
Timing Chart (A4 crosswise, two sheets)
* Transport Clutch CL2 may be deenergized temporarily (for temporary stop motion).
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6.4.1.6.9 Paper Take-Up Retry Control
To minimize the occurrence of paper misfeed due to a slippery Paper Take-Up Roll, the Take-Up Solenoid
is energized a second time if a sheet of paper fails to reach the Take-Up Sensor within a given period of
time after it has been deenergized.
The control timing is as follows.
A misfeed results if the sheet of paper does not reach the Take-Up Sensor even after three paper take-up
sequences.
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6.4.2 DIS/REASSEMBLE, ADJUSTMENT
6.4.2.1 Disassembly
6.4.2.1.1 Removal of the Paper Take-Up Rolls
1. Remove the upper cassette.
2. Unlock the Paper Take-Up Roll and slide it off its shaft.
Note: When installing the roll, make sure it securely locks into
place as illustrated.
Lock point
6.4.2.1.2 Cleaning of the Paper Take-Up Rolls
Wipe the surface of the Paper Take-Up Rolls clean with a soft cloth
dampened with alcohol.
6.4.2.1.3 Cleaning of the Vertical Transport Roller/Rolls
Wipe the surface of the Vertical Transport Roller/Rolls clean with
a soft cloth dampened with alcohol.
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6.4.2.1.4 Replacement of the Paper Lifting Springs
The replacement springs are housed on the bottom of the cassette.
1. Remove the cassette.
2. Remove the two Edge Guide Assemblies (two screws each).
3. Replace the springs. (See ADJUSTMENT.)
Note: When installing the springs, make sure both ends of the
spring are properly secured as illustrated.
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6.4.3 ADJUSTMENT
6.4.3.1 Paper Lifting Spring Adjustment
Whenever the paper size has been changed, replace the Paper Lifting Springs by following the table given
below. (For the replacement procedure, see “6.4.2 DISASSEMBLY”.)
The replacement springs are housed on the bottom of the cassette.
Paper Size Name
A3 L
B4 L
A4 L
A4 C
B5 L
B5 C
F4 L
11×17 L
Legal L
Letter L
Letter C
Executive L
Executive C
L: Lengthwise; C: Crosswise
Spring A : Silver
Spring B : Black
Spring — : Not supported
CD × FD (mm)
297 × 420
257 × 364
210 × 297
297 × 210
182 × 257
257 × 182
210 × 330
279 × 432
216 × 356
216 × 279
279 × 216
184 × 267
267 × 184
Spring
A
A
B
B
—
—
B
A
B
B
B
—
—
6.4.3.2 Paper Take-Up Rolls Adjustment
Whenever the paper size has been changed, change the Paper Take-Up Rolls position by following the
table given below. (For the removing procedure, see DISASSEMBLY.)
B5L, Executive L
A4L, Letter L, Legal L,
Paper take-up
roller shaft
B4L, A4C, A3L,
Letter C, F4L, 11×17
Initial setting
Front side
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6.4.3.3 Registration Adjustment (Printer)
See “5.3.1 Printer Registration (top)” on page 5-81 and “5.3.2 Printer Registration (side)” on page 5-82.
6.4.4 MISFEED DETECTION
6.4.4.1 Misfeed detection
6.4.4.1.1 Misfeed Detecting Sensors Layout
Synchronizing roller
sensor PC2
Additional 1st cassette take-up sensor
Additional 2nd cassette take-up sensor
Additional 3rd cassette take-up sensor
6.4.4.1.2 Types of Misfeed and Misfeed Detection Timings
Type
Paper left in path
Detection of paper
stopped at Take-Up
Sensor
Paper take-up failure
detection
Detection Timing
The output from Take-Up Sensor S3 is blocked (L) when the machine Power
Switch is turned ON or a misfeed is reset.
• Additional 1st to 3rd cassette
The period of time is counted during which Take-Up Sensor S3 remains blocked
(L). The detection result is equivalent to +260 mm longer than the recognized
paper length.
• Additional 1st to 3rd cassette
Take-Up Sensor S3 is not blocked (L) within a given period of time after TakeUp Solenoid SL1 has been energized (after two paper take-up retry
sequences).
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Type
Vertical transport paper
leading edge detection
Options
Detection Timing
• Additional 1st cassette
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2 is not unblocked (H) within a given period
of time after Take-Up Sensor S3 of the Additional 1st drawer has been
blocked (L).
• Additional 2nd cassette
1. Take-Up Sensor S3 of the additional 1st drawer is not blocked (L) within
a given period of time after Take-Up Sensor S3 of the 2nd drawer has
been blocked (L).
2. PC2 is not unblocked (H) within a given period of time after S3 of the
additional 1st drawer has been blocked (L).
• Additional 3rd cassette
Size error detection
* The detection described
on the right is also made
during a 2-sided copy
cycle.
1. Take-Up Sensor S3 of the additional 2nd drawer is not blocked (L)
within a given period of time after Take-Up Sensor S3 of the 3rd drawer
has been blocked (L).
2. S3 of the additional 1st drawer is not blocked within a given period of
time after S3 of the additional 2nd drawer has been blocked (L).
3. PC2 is not unblocked within a given period of time after S3 of the
additional 1st drawer has been blocked (L).
• Additional 1st to 3rd cassette
The period of time is counted from when Take-Up Sensor S3 is blocked (L)
to when it is unblocked (H). The difference between the detected length and
the paper size which has been recognized is more than ±20 mm.
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machine
Paper near empty
sensor
Take-up solenoid
Side cover set door
Paper size
detection board
Paper empty sensor
Take-up sensor
Cassette set switch
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6.5 Large Capacity Cassette
6.5 Large Capacity Cassette................................................................................................................ 6-25
6.5.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL .................................................................................. 6-26
6.5.1.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 6-26
6.5.1.2 Part Identification.................................................................................................................. 6-26
6.5.1.3 Cross-Sectional View ........................................................................................................... 6-27
6.5.1.4 Drive System ........................................................................................................................ 6-27
6.5.1.5 Electrical Components Layout.............................................................................................. 6-28
6.5.1.6 Mechanical Operations......................................................................................................... 6-29
6.5.2 DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................... 6-44
6.5.2.1 Disassembly ......................................................................................................................... 6-44
6.5.2.2 Adjustment............................................................................................................................ 6-50
6.5.3 MISFEED/MALFUNCTION DETECTION ................................................................................... 6-50
6.5.3.1 Misfeed Detection................................................................................................................. 6-50
6.5.3.2 Malfunction Detection ........................................................................................................... 6-52
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6.5.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL
6.5.1.1 Specifications
Type
Type of Paper
: Front Loading Type LCC
: Plain paper (60 to 90 g/m² or 16 to 24 lbs.),
recycled paper (60 to 90 g/m² or 16 to 24 lbs.)
: A4C, B5C, Letter C (L: Lengthwise; C: Crosswise)
: Center
: 2500 sheets (1250 × 2)
: DC24V ±10%, DC5V ±10% (supplied from main unit)
: 45W (If Paper Dehumidifying Heaters are installed, Total: 75W.)
: 535 (W) × 544.7 (D) × 284 (H) mm or 21 (W) × 21.5” (D) × 11.25” (H) inches
: 16.7 kg or 36.75 lbs.
: Same as machine
Paper Size
Registration
Paper Capacity
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Dimensions
Weight
Environmental
Requirements
6.5.1.2 Part Identification
1
7
5
7
3
2
1. Lift 2
2. Front Cover
3. Lift 1
4. Feed Roll
5. Separator Roll
6. Side Cover
7. Vertical Transport Rolls
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6
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6.5.1.3 Cross-Sectional View
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1. Lift 2
3. Lift 1
5. Vertical Transport Roller
7. Feed Roll
2. Paper Take-Up Roll 2
4. Paper Take-Up Roll 1
6. Vertical Transport Roll
8. Separator Roll
6.5.1.4 Drive System
Paper take-up drive mechanism
Vertical transport drive mechanism
Lift drive mechanism
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6.5.1.5 Electrical Components Layout
RCL
SIDE
BCL
RS1
PWB-A
RSEN
FRONT
LS1
S1
PPS0
LS2
HMOT
RS2
P1CL
PPS1
P2CL
EMOT
PPS2
Symbol
PWB-A
HMOT
EMOT
Name
LCC Main Board
LCC Transport Motor
LCC Lift-Up Motor
Symbol
PPS2
RSEN
S1
P1CL
P2CL
BCL
RCL
PPS0
PPS1
Take-Up Clutch 1
Take-Up Clutch 2
Separator Clutch
Registration Clutch
LCC Take-Up Sensor
Paper Empty Sensor 1
SIDE
FRONT
RS1
RS2
LS1
LS2
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Name
Paper Empty Sensor 2
Registration Sensor
Paper Standby Position
Sensor
Side Cover Set Sensor
LCC Set Sensor
Paper Near Empty Sensor 1
Paper Near Empty Sensor 2
Lift-Up Sensor 1
Lift-Up Sensor 2
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6.5.1.6 Mechanical Operations
6.5.1.6.1 Vertical Transport Drive Mechanism
1. Vertical Transport Drive Operation
• The Vertical Transport Roller is driven by LCC Transport Motor HMOT.
• The driving force of HMOT is transmitted via a gear train and Registration Clutch RCL to the Vertical
Transport Roller which feeds the paper from Lift 1 or 2 to the machine.
• Because of the long paper path from Lift 2 involved, skew tends to occur in the paper fed from Lift 2.
Registration Clutch RCL forms a loop in the paper between the Separator Roll and Vertical Transport
Roller, thereby correcting the skew.
Registration clutch RCL
LCC transport motor HMOT
Vertical transport roller
Vertical transport roller
Separator roll
Lift 1
2. Control of LCC Transport Motor HMOT
A DC motor is used as HMOT which is energized and deenergized by the output signals fed through pins
7 to 10 and 12 of CN6 by way of LCC Main Board PWB-A by the Master Board of the machine.
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6.5.1.6.2 Paper Take-Up Mechanism
• The paper take-up mechanism takes up a sheet of paper from the paper stack on each lift and feeds it
to the Vertical Transport Roller.
• A paper take-up sequence is performed when drive from LCC Transport Motor HMOT is transmitted via
Take-Up Clutch 1/2 P1CL/P2CL to Paper Take-Up Roll 1/2. When Lift 1 runs out of paper, paper is then
fed from Lift 2.
• Mounted beneath Paper Take-Up Roll 1 of Lift 1 is a roll with a torque limiter that prevents a double feed
of the last two sheets of paper.
• Paper Take-Up Roll 1 is active when paper is fed from Lift 1.
• When paper is fed from Lift 2, both Paper Take-Up Roll 1 and 2 are active to perform the paper take-up
sequence. In that case, Paper Empty Sensor 1 PPS1 detects that a sheet of paper has been properly
fed through Paper Take-Up Roll 1.
• The sheet of paper taken up from Lift 1/2 is temporarily stopped at the Paper Standby Position Sensor
to minimize variations in the position of the leading edge of the paper.
When drive is transmitted by Separator Clutch BCL to the Separator Roll, the sheet of paper is then
transported to the Vertical Transport Section.
Separator clutch BCL
Take-up clutch 1
P1CL
LCC transport motor
HMOT
Take-up clutch 2
P2CL
Paper empty sensor 1 PPS1
Paper take-up
roll 2
LCC take-up sensor PPS0
Paper take-up
roll 1
Separator roll
Roll with a torque limiter
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1. Paper take-up from Lift 1
A. After Lift 1 has completed its lifting motion, Paper Take-Up Roll 1 is driven to take up and feed a sheet
of paper until the paper blocks Paper Standby Position Sensor S1.
This serves as the standby position of the paper.
Registration sensor RSEN
Vertical transport roller
Paper standby position sensor S1
Paper take-up roll 1
Separator/Feed roll
Lift 2
Lift 1
B. When a Paper Take-Up signal is received from the machine, the Separator/Feed Rolls and Paper TakeUp Roll 1 are driven to transport the paper up to Registration Sensor RSEN. After RSEN has been
blocked, the paper is transported a little further to reach the Vertical Transport Roller, plus form a
registration loop, before being brought to a stop.
Paper standby position sensor S1
Paper take-up roll 1
Lift 2
Lift 1
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C.The Vertical Transport Roller is driven to transport the paper to the machine. When the trailing edge of
the paper being transported by the Vertical Transport Roller unblocks Paper Standby Position Sensor
S1, the subsequent sheet of paper is transported to the standby position and the LCC waits for the next
Paper Take-Up signal to be received.
D.Registration Clutch RCL is deenergized a given period of time after the trailing edge of the paper being
taken up has unblocked Registration Sensor RSEN. The next Paper Take-Up signal is transmitted after
the timer, which is started as the Vertical Transport Roller starts moving for the preceding sheet of
paper, has run out.
Registration sensor RSEN
Vertical transport roller
Paper standby position sensor S1
Lift 2
Lift 1
E. The steps B to D are repeated to transport paper from Lift 1.
Taking up and feeding two sheets of paper from Lift 1
Start Key ON
Operation
Enable Signal
Paper Take-Up Signal
Copier Signal
Registration Sensor
RSEN
ON
OFF
H
L
Paper Take-Up Signal
Paper Standby Position H
Sensor S1
L
Registration Clutch
RCL
ON
OFF
Separator Clutch
BCL
ON
OFF
Take-Up Clutch 1
P1CL
ON
OFF
LCC Transport Motor
HMOT
ON
OFF
Standby Position
Standby Position
After Lift 1 Has Completed Lifting Motion
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2. Paper take-up from Lift 2
A. When all sheets of paper have been taken up and fed in from Lift 1, Lift 1 is placed in the top level
position to serve as part of the paper path for paper feeding from Lift 2.
B. When the trailing edge of the last sheet of paper from Lift 1 unblocks Paper Empty Sen-sor 1 PPS1,
both Paper Take-Up Roll 1 and 2 start turning.
C.The sheet of paper is transported by driving both Paper Take-Up Roll 1 and 2 up to a point at which
LCC Take-Up Sensor PPS0 is blocked.
Paper empty sensor 1 PPS1
Paper take-up
roll 2
LCC take-up sensor PPS0
Paper take-up
roll 1
Lift 2
Lift 1
D.Paper Take-Up Roll 1 is driven to transport the paper located at PPS0 up to a point at which Paper
Standby Position Sensor S1 is blocked. This serves as the standby posi-tion of the paper.
Registration sensor RSEN
Vertical transport roller
Paper standby position sensor S1
Paper take-up roll 1
Separator/Feed roll
Lift 2
Lift 1
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E. When a Paper Take-Up signal is received from the machine, the Separator/Feed Rolls and Paper TakeUp Roll 1 are driven to transport the paper up to Registration Sensor RSEN. After RSEN has been
blocked, the paper is transported a little further to reach the Vertical Transport Roller, plus form a
registration loop, before being brought to a stop.
F. The Vertical Transport Roller is driven to transport the paper to the machine. When the trailing edge of
the paper being transported by the Vertical Transport Roller unblocks Paper Empty Sensor 1 PPS1,
Paper Take-Up Roll 1 and 2 are driven to transport the subsequent sheet of paper to a position at which
PPS1 is blocked.
Registration sensor RSEN
Paper empty sensor 1
PPS1
Paper standby position
sensor S1
Vertical transport roller
Separator/Feed
roll
Lift 2
Lift 1
G.A given period of time after the trailing edge of the preceding sheet of paper has unblocked LCC TakeUp Sensor PPS0, the subsequent sheet of paper located at PPS1 is transported to the standby position.
LCC then waits for the next Paper Take-Up signal to be received.
If no paper is present at the point at which the trailing edge of the preceding sheet of paper is supposed
to block S1 when the subsequent sheet of paper blocks PPS1, the subsequent sheet of paper is
transported to the standby position without being stopped and the LCC waits for the next Paper TakeUp signal.
Registration sensor RSEN
Paper empty sensor 1
PPS1
Paper standby position
sensor S1
Vertical transport roller
Separator/Feed
roll
Lift 2
Lift 1
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H.Registration Clutch RCL is deenergized a given period of time after the trailing edge of the paper being
taken up has unblocked Registration Sensor RSEN. The next Paper Take-Up signal is transmitted after
the timer, which is started as the Vertical Transport Roller starts moving for the preceding sheet of
paper, has run out.
I. The steps E to H are repeated to transport paper from Lift 2.
Taking up and feeding two sheets of paper from Lift 2
Copier Signal
Registration Sensor
RSEN
ON
OFF
Start Key ON
Paper Take-Up Signal
Paper Take-Up Signal
H
L
Paper Standby Position H
Sensor S1
L
LCC Take-Up Sensor
PPS0
H
L
Paper Empty Sensor 1
PPS1
H
L
Registration Clutch
RCL
ON
OFF
Separator Clutch
BCL
ON
OFF
Take-Up Clutch 1
P1CL
Take-Up Clutch 2
P2CL
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
LCC Transport Motor
HMOT
ON
OFF
Standby Position
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Standby Position
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6.5.1.6.3 Paper Take-Up Retry Control
To minimize the occurrence of paper misfeed due to a slippery Paper Take-Up Roll, Separa-tor Clutch
BCL is energized a second time if a sheet of paper fails to reach Registration Sensor RSEN within a given
period of time after BCL has first been energized.
The control timing is as follows.
A paper misfeed results if the sheet of paper does not reach the Registration Sensor even after three
paper take-up sequences.
6.5.1.6.4 Paper Separating Mechanism
The paper separating mechanism employs a system with a torque limiter that is fitted to the Separator Roll
shaft and stops the Separator Roll when there is a change in friction between the Feed and Separator
Rolls.
<Normal Feeding>
Feed roll
Paper
Separator roll
Driven or stationary
When only one sheet of paper is fed, the friction coefficient on the
top side of the paper is equal to
that on the underside. Driven by the Feed Roll, the paper drives the
Separator Roll. This causes the paper to be sent to the Vertical
Transport Section.
The friction coefficient varies for different ambient conditions and
types of paper being used, which often causes the Separator Roll to
be stationary.
<Double Feeding>
Feed roll
1st sheet of paper
2nd sheet of paper
Separator roll
Since the friction coefficient between the under-side of the second
sheet of paper and Separator Roll is greater than that between the
first and second sheets of paper, the Separator Roll is not driven
and holds the second sheet of paper at the nip, allowing only the
first sheet of paper to be fed to the Vertical Transport Section.
Stationary
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6.5.1.6.5 Paper Pressure Releasing Mechanism
• The LCC is provided with a mechanism that releases the pressure between the Feed and Separator
Rolls and between the paper and Paper Take-Up Roll when the LCC is slid out of the machine.
• The pressure between the Feed and Separator Rolls is released by the Separator Roll Assy and the
Pressure Release Rail above the rail on the paper take-up end. When LCC is pulled out, the Pressure
Release Rail pushes the Separator Roll Assy downward, thus releasing the pressure between the Feed
and Separator Roll.
Pressure release rail
6.5.1.6.6 Paper Take-Up Roll Retracting Mechanism
The pressure between the paper and Paper Take-Up Roll is released by the projection on the back side of
the Front Cover, Pressure Release Lever, and Paper Take-Up Roll Assy.
When the LCC is slid out, it releases the Pressure Release Lever, which pushes the Paper Take-Up Roll
upward to release pressure between the paper and Paper Take-Up Roll.
Pressure release lever
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6.5.1.6.7 Edge Guides and Trailing Edge Stop
The Trailing Edge Stop is screwed into position (not used for Letter crosswise).
Edge Guides can be slid into any desired position.
Whenever the positions of the Edge Guides and Trailing Edge Stop have been changed, be sure to
perform the paper size setting procedure. (See “Paper Size Setting” that follows.)
* The inch area LCC can be set for Letter crosswise only.
Trailing edge stops
Edge guides
6.5.1.6.8 Paper Size Setting
The paper sizes that can be set are A4 crosswise, B5 crosswise, and Letter crosswise.
After the positions of the Edge Guides and Trailing Edge Stop have been changed, place the DIP switch
keys on LCC Main Board PWB-A in the corresponding positions according to the current paper size.
SW1
ON
OFF
1
2 3 4
PWB-A
SW1
1
2
3
4
Letter Crosswise
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
A4 Crosswise
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
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OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
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6.5.1.6.9 LCC-in-Position Detection
The LCC is detected at its closed position when the light blocking plate provided on the rear end of the
right rail blocks LCC Set Sensor FRONT.
LCC set sensor
FRONT
6.5.1.6.10 Lifting Mechanism
When the LCC is slid into the machine, the couplings are engaged. When LCC Lift-Up Motor EMOT turns
forward and backward, its drive is transmitted via a one-way gear and gear train to raise Lift 1 and Lift 2, in
that order.
A one-way gear is in each of the Lift 1 and 2 drive mechanisms. When EMOT turns for-ward, its drive is
transmitted to Lift 1 and when the motor turns backward, its drive is trans-mitted to Lift 2.
One-way gears
Couplings
LCC lift-up motor
EMOT
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When LCC is Slid in:
LCC Set Sensor FRONT is blocked.
LCC Lift-Up Motor EMOT turns forward to raise Lift 1.
The paper stack causes the light blocking plate of the Paper
Take-Up Roll 1 Assy to block Lift-Up Sensor 1 LS1.
EMOT is deenergized and then energized to start turning
backward, thereby raising Lift 2.
The paper stack causes the light blocking plate of the Paper
Take-Up Roll 2 Assy to block Lift-Up Sensor 2 LS2.
EMOT is deenergized.
During a Copy Cycle:
Paper is consumed as copy cycles are run.
The Paper Take-Up Roll gradually lowers, unblocking the
Lift-Up Sensor.
EMOT is energized and the Lift is raised. This lifts the paper
stack to block the Lift-Up Sensor.
Both Lift 1 and 2 perform these sequences of operations to keep a given pressure between the paper and
Paper Take-Up Roll.
1. Lift 1 and 2 Ascent Conditions
• The LCC is slid into position.
• The Lift-Up Sensor is unblocked while a paper take-up sequence is being carried out with paper present
on the Lift.
2. Lift 1 and 2 Stop Conditions
• The Lift-Up Sensor is blocked.
• The Lift-Up Sensor is blocked while the paper stack top level position is being corrected.
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When LCC is Slid in:
3. LCC Lift-Up Motor EMOT Control
LCC Lift-Up Motor EMOT is a DC motor. It is energized or deenergized and its direction of rotation is
determined by the Motor Control signals applied from the machine’s Master Board to pins 1 and 2 of CN5
of LCC Main Board PWB-A.
EMOT
Energized
(Forward Rotation)
Energized
(Backward Rotation)
Deenergized
Lift 1
Lift 2
Ascent
CN5
1
2
Stop
H
L
Stop
Ascent
L
H
Stop
Stop
L
L
4. Descent Motion
When the LCC is slid out of the machine, Lift 1 and 2 are lowered. To absorb shocks that would otherwise
be applied during the descent motion, springs are loaded in the rear side of the LCC.
Lift 1
Lift 2
Springs
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6.5.1.6.11 Paper Near Empty Detection
A paper-near-empty condition is detected by sensing the height of Lift 1 or Lift 2. When paper is
consumed during a copy cycle, Lift 1 or 2 gradually moves up. This eventually blocks the Paper Near
Empty Sensor, at which timing the machine determines that the LCC will soon run out of paper (the
2
amount of paper (80 g/m ) still available for use is 100 ±50 sheets) and gives a corresponding message on
the LCD.
Since the amount of paper still available for use varies while a paper take-up sequence is in progress,
detection is made at a timing when the Paper Take-Up Roll is in the retracted position.
Paper near empty sensor 1/2
RS1/RS2
6.5.1.6.12 Paper Empty Detection
A paper-empty condition is detected by a reflector type photosensor, Paper Empty Sensor 1 PPS1 and
Paper Empty Sensor 2 PPS2, installed in the Paper Take-Up Unit. When a paper-empty condition is
detected, the corresponding message is displayed on the LCD.
• When Paper is Loaded
The light from the LED of Paper Empty Sensor 1 PPS1 or Paper Empty
Sensor 2 PPS2 is reflected, with which the machine determines that
there is paper in LCC.
• When No Paper is Loaded
The light from the LED of Paper Empty Sensor 1 PPS1 or Paper Empty
Sensor 2 PPS2 is not reflected, with which the machine determines that
there is no paper loaded in the LCC.
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Panel Display
Lift 1
Paper-near-empty


Lift 2

Paper-near-empty
Paper-empty
: Paper-near-empty display
: Paper-empty display

Paper-empty
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6.5.1.6.13 Paper Dehumidifying Heaters (Option)
To prevent paper passage performance from being degraded by damp paper under highly humid
conditions, Paper Dehumidifier Heaters are mounted on both sides of the LCC. As long as the power cord
is plugged in, these heaters are kept ON at all times.
Paper dehumidifying heaters
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6.5.2 DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT
6.5.2.1 Disassembly
6.5.2.1.1 Removal of Exterior Parts
1
2
6
3
4
No.
1
2
3
4
Part Name
Left Cover
Front Cover
Side Panel
Right Cover
5
Rear Cover
6
Maintenance Panel
5
Removal Steps
Remove two screws.
Slide out the LCC and remove three screws.
Open the Side Panel.
Remove two screws.
After the Maintenance Panel has been removed,
remove four screws.
Remove one screw.
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6.5.2.1.2 Removal of the Paper Take-Up Unit
1. Remove the LCC.
2. Unplug three connectors and remove the har-ness from five
cord clamps.
3. Remove two screws and the Right Cover.
4. Open the Side Panel.
5. Remove two screws and the Paper Take-Up Unit.
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6.5.2.1.3 Removal of the Paper Take-Up Rolls
1. Remove the Paper Take-Up Unit.
2. Unplug one connector of Lift-Up Sensor 1 and another of
Take-Up Clutch 1 of the right Paper Take-Up Roll Assy.
3. Unhook two springs.
4. Remove one screw and, while removing the timing belt toward
the clutch side, remove the right Paper Take-Up Roll Assy.
When mounting the right Paper Take-Up Roll Assy, fit the ends
of the assy into position as shown.
5. Unplug one connector of Lift-Up Sensor 2 and another of
Take-Up Clutch 2 of the left Paper Take-Up Roll Assy.
6. Unhook two springs.
7. Remove one screw and the left Paper Take-Up Roll Assy.
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When mounting the left Paper Take-Up Roll Assy, fit the ends of
the assy into position as shown.
When mounting the Paper Take-Up Roll Assys, fit the Take-Up
Clutch into position as shown.
8. Snap off one C-clip from the Paper Take-Up Roll 1 shaft.
9. Take the shaft and Paper Take-Up Roll 1 apart.
When mounting Paper Take-Up Roll 1, face the C-clip as shown.
10.Snap off two C-clips and take off Paper Take-Up Roll 2.
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6.5.2.1.4 Removal of the Feed Roll, Separator Roll
and Torque Limiter Assy.
1. Open the Side Cover.
2. Snap off one C-clip from the Separator Roll shaft and remove
the Separator Roll and Torque Limiter Assy.
3. Snap off one C-clip from the Feed Roll shaft and remove the
Feed Roll.
6.5.2.1.5 Cleaning of the Paper Take-Up Roll
1. Remove the Paper Take-Up Unit.
2. Wipe the surface of Paper Take-Up Roll 1 & 2 clean with a soft
cloth dampened with alcohol.
6.5.2.1.6 Cleaning of the Feed Roll and Separator
Roll
1. Open the Side Panel.
2. Wipe the surface of the Feed/Separator Roll clean with a soft
cloth dampened with alcohol.
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6.5.2.1.7 Cleaning of the Vertical Transport
Roller/Rolls
1. Remove the Paper Take-Up Unit.
2. Wipe the surface of the Vertical Transport Roller/Rolls clean
with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol.
6.5.2.1.8 Cleaning of the Roll with a Torque
Limiter
1. Slide out the LCC.
2. Wipe the surface of the Roll with a Torque Limiter clean with a
soft cloth dampened with alcohol.
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6.5.2.2 Adjustment
6.5.2.2.1 Registration Adjustment (Printer)
See “5.3.1 Printer Registration (top)” on page 5-81 and “5.3.2 Printer Registration (side)” on page 5-82.
6.5.3 MISFEED/MALFUNCTION DETECTION
6.5.3.1 Misfeed Detection
6.5.3.1.1 Misfeed Detecting Sensor Layout
Synchronizing roller sensor PC2
Additional 1st cassette take-up sensor (S3)
Paper empty sensor 1 PPS1
Registration sensor RSEN
Paper standby position sensor S1
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6.5.3.1.2 Types of Misfeed and Misfeed Detection Timings
Type
Paper left
Lift 1 paper take-up failure
detection
Lift 2 paper take-up failure
detection
Registration Sensor paper
leading edge detection
Registration Sensor paper
trailing edge detection
Vertical transport paper
leading edge detection
Size error detection
* The detection described on
the right is also made during
a 2-sided copy cycle.
Detection Timing
The output from Registration Sensor RSEN is blocked (H) when the
machine Power Switch is turned ON or a misfeed is reset.
Paper Standby Position Sensor S1 is not blocked (H) within a given
period of time after Take-Up Clutch 1 P1CL has been energized.
Paper Empty Sensor 1 PPS1 is not blocked (H) within a given period
of time after Take-Up Clutch 2 P2CL has been energized.
S1 is not blocked (H) within a given period of time after P1CL has
been energized.
RSEN is not blocked (H) within a given period of time after Separator
Clutch BCL has been energized (after two paper take-up retry
sequences).
RSEN is not unblocked (L) within a given period of time after
Registration Clutch RCL has been energized.
• LCC only:
Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2 is not unblocked (H) within a given
period of time after Registration Clutch RCL has been turned ON.
• Additional 1st cassette + LCC:
Take-Up Sensor S3 of the additional 1st drawer is not blocked (H)
within a given period of time after Registration Clutch RCL has been
turned ON.
• LCC only:
The period of time is counted from when Synchronizing Roller Clutch
CL1 is energized to when Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2 is
blocked (L). The difference between the detected length and the
paper size which has been recognized is more than ±20 mm.
• Additional 1st cassette + LCC:
The period of time is counted from when Take-Up Sensor S3 of the
additional 1st drawer is blocked (L) to when it is unblocked (H). The
difference between the detected length and the paper size which has
been recognized is more than ±20 mm.
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6.5.3.2 Malfunction Detection
Malfunction
Code
21
Description
LCC Lift-Up Motor EMOT
failure to turn
23
Lift 1 ascent motion failure
20
24
LCC Transport Motor HMOT
failure to turn
Lift 2 ascent motion failure
25
Communications error
Detection Timing
The overcurrent detection circuit detects an
overcurrent condition that lasts for a given
period of time while EMOT remains
energized.
Lift-Up Sensor 1 LS1 is not blocked (H) within
a given period of time after EMOT has been
energized (Lift 1 has started moving up).
The HMOT Lock signal is not input for a
given period of time.
Lift-Up Sensor 2 LS2 is not blocked (H) within
a given period of time after EMOT has been
energized (Lift 2 has started moving up).
LCC becomes uncontrollable due to an error
in communications between the LCC and
machine.
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section
Take-up clutch 1
Take-up clutch 2
Registration clutch
Separator clutch
LCC take-up sensor
Lift-up sensor 2
Lift-up sensor 1
Paper near
empty sensor 1
PWB-A
LCC main board
Registration sensor
LCC set sensor
Side cover set sensor
LCC transport motor
Paper empty sensor 2
Paper standby
position sensor
Paper empty sensor 1
Paper near empty sensor 2
LCC lift-up motor
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6.6 2-Bin/Shift Tray Unit
6.6 Shift/2-Bin Tray Unit ....................................................................................................................... 6-54
6.6.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL .................................................................................. 6-55
6.6.1.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 6-55
6.6.1.2 Part Identification.................................................................................................................. 6-56
6.6.1.3 Cross-Sectional View ........................................................................................................... 6-57
6.6.1.4 Drive System ........................................................................................................................ 6-58
6.6.1.5 Electrical Components Layout.............................................................................................. 6-59
6.6.1.6 Operation Of Each Mechanism ............................................................................................ 6-61
6.6.2 DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................... 6-68
6.6.2.1 Disassembly ......................................................................................................................... 6-68
6.6.2.2 Adjustment............................................................................................................................ 6-69
6.6.3 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................ 6-70
6.6.3.1 Paper misfeed detection and trouble shooting procedures .................................................. 6-70
6.6.3.2 Malfunction detection and trouble shooting procedures ....................................................... 6-71
Note: Throughout the entire text of this manual, the following product codes are used to denote the
products covered in this manual:
• JS-200: Job Tray
• OT-100: Shift Tray
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6.6.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL
6.6.1.1 Specifications
Type
: Job Tray: Straight ejection (Paper Path Switching Type Job Tray)
Shift Tray: Straight ejection (Job Offset Tray)
Installation
: Desktop
Copy Media
: Plain paper weighing 60 to 90 g/m², OHP transparen-cies, heavy paper
(91 to 163 g/m²), postcards, envelopes
Size
: Job Tray: A3 to A6L (11″×17″ to 4″×5.75″L)
Shift Tray: A3 to A6L (11″×17″ to 4″×5.75″L)
(in Non-Sort mode)
A3 to A5C (11″×17″ to 5.5″×8.5″C)
(in Sort or Group mode)
Max. Capacity
: Plain paper:
Job Tray: 100 sheets (Upper Exit Tray) + 250 sheets (Lower Exit Tray)
Shift Tray: 250 sheets (Exit Tray)
Transparencies, thick paper, postcards, envelopes:
Job Tray: 20 sheets (Lower Exit Tray)
Shift Tray: 20 sheets (Exit Tray)
Power Requirements
: DC24V ±10%, DC5V ±5% (supplied from main unit)
Max. Power Consumption
: 26W or less
Dimensions
: 486 (W) × 500 (D) × 201 (H) mm (Job Tray)
(19.25″ (W) × 19.75″ (D) × 8″ (H))
490 (W) × 556 (D) × 201 (H) mm (Shift Tray)
(19.25″ (W) × 22″ (D) × 8″ (H))
Weight
: Job Tray: 4.7 kg (10.25 lbs) (including bracket)
Shift Tray: 6.8 kg (15 lbs) (including bracket)
Environmental Requirements : Same as machine
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6.6.1.2 Part Identification
<Job Tray>
<Shift Tray>
1
1
3
2
7
3
2
7
6
6
5
4
5
1. Exit Tray
2. Top Cover
3. Rear Cover
4. Paper Misfeed Removal Door
5. Exit Path Switching Plate
6. Lower Front Cover
7. Front Cover
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6.6.1.3 Cross-Sectional View
<Job Tray>
<Shift Tray>
1. Transport Motor M1
2. Paper Exit Roller
3. Path Switching Solenoid SL1
4. Exit Path Switching Plate
5. Shift Motor M2 (Shift Tray only)
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6.6.1.4 Drive System
<2-Bin tray>
Transport motor
M1
<Shift tray>
Transport motor
M1
Shift motor
M2
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6.6.1.5 Electrical Components Layout
<2-Bin Tray>
PWB-B1
PC2
PC1
PC3
PC5
M1
PWB-A
SL1
Symbol
PWB-A
PWB-B1
PWB-C1
M1
SL1
Name
PWB-C1
Symbol
Main Board
PC1
Upper Empty Sensor PQ Board
Upper Empty Sensor LED Board
Transport Motor
Path Switching Solenoid
PC2
PC3
PC5
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Sensor
Upper Full Detecting Sensor
Upper Exit Sensor
Lower Full Detecting Sensor
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<Shift Tray>
PWB-C2
PWB-B1
PC1
M1
PWB-B2
PC3
PC4
PWB-A
SL1
PWB-C1
M2
Symbol
PWB-A
PWB-B1
Name
Main Board
Upper Empty Sensor PQ Board
Symbol
M2
SL1
PWB-C1
Upper Empty Sensor LED Board
PC1
PWB-B2
PWB-C2
M1
Upper Full Sensor PQ Board
Upper Full Sensor LED Board
Transport Motor
PC3
PC4
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Shift Motor
Path Switching Solenoid
Paper Misfeed Removal Door Set
Sensor
Upper Exit Sensor
Shift Home Sensor
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6.6.1.6 Operation Of Each Mechanism
6.6.1.6.1 Paper Transport Mechanism
(1) Paper Transport Path
A sheet of paper fed out of the machine by the Paper Exit Roller/Rolls of the machine is fed through, and
out of, this unit by the unit’s Paper Exit Roller onto the unit’s Exit Tray.
Since this unit is mounted directly on top of the machine, Section over the machine Exit Tray, it serves as
an upper exit tray. The tray into which paper is fed out is selected depending on the copying mode.
(2) Paper Exit Roller Drive
The Paper Exit Roller is driven by Transport Motor.
Paper exit roller
Transport motor M1
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(3) Control of Transport Motor
A two-phase stepping motor is used as Transport Motor. The motor is turned as the pulse signals output
from PJ8A-1 to 4 are applied to it. The direction of the motor rotation is switched by changing the output
sequence of these pulse signals.
PJ8A
1
2
3
4
Forward Rotation
Step
1
L
H
L
H
2
L
H
H
L
3
H
L
H
L
4
H
L
L
H
Transport Motor is energized when the paper fed through the machine during a copy cycle activates the
Paper Exit Sensor of the machine if the Upper Exit Tray is selected as the exit port.
It is deenergized if the Paper Exit Sensor of the machine is not activated even after the lapse of 1 sec.
after Upper Exit Sensor has been deactivated.
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6.6.1.6.2 Full-of-Paper Detecting Mechanism
(1) Job Tray
• Paper is fed into the Upper Exit Tray or Lower Exit Tray depending on the copy mode.
The paper being fed into the tray operates the actuator, which unblocks and blocks the Upper or Lower
Full Detecting Sensor to allow the system to detect a full-of-paper condition.
(Upper Exit Tray)
A full-of-paper condition is detected when the Upper Full Detecting Sensor remains unblocked for a
continuous, given period time.
(Lower Exit Tray)
A full-of-paper condition is detected when the Lower Full Detecting Sensor remains unblocked for a
continuous, given period time.
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(2) Shift Tray
In the Shift Tray, a photointerruptor (PWB-B2, -C2) is used. When light from the PWB-C2 LED is blocked
by a sheet of paper being fed out onto the tray, a full-of-paper condition is detected.
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6.6.1.6.3 Exit Path Switching Mechanism
The paper path is selected by energizing or deenergizing Path Switching Solenoid SL1, which results in
the Exit Path Switching Plate being swung down or up.
(1) Job Tray
The paper exit tray (Upper or Lower Exit Tray) is selected according to the setting made on the machine.
When the Lower Exit Tray is selected, the Path Switching Solenoid is deenergized a given period of time
after the Paper Exit Sensor of the machine has been blocked, thereby feeding the paper into the Lower
Exit Tray.
In the 2-sided copy mode, the paper fed into this unit is reversed (switchback) and fed back towards the
Duplex Unit. (The Path Switching Solenoid is deenergized if the Paper Exit Sensor of the machine is not
blocked within a given period of time after the switchback operation has been started.)
(2) Shift Tray
In the 2-sided copy mode, if the length of the paper being fed into this unit exceeds 150 mm, the Path
Switching Solenoid is energized after a given period of time after the Paper Exit Sensor of the machine
has been blocked to reverse the paper under the Exit Tray and feed it back into the Duplex Unit.
If the length of the paper being fed into the unit is 150 mm or less, the Path Switching Solenoid is
deenergized after a given period of time after the Paper Exit Sensor of the machine has been blocked to
transport the paper into the Exit Tray.
Job Tray
Shift Tray
SL1
SL1 Energized
Paper fed into the Upper Exit Tray
For switchback to Duplex Unit
Control Signal
PJ6A-2
SL1 Deenergized
Paper fed into the Lower Exit Tray
When feeding paper out
ON
L
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H
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6.6.1.6.4 Initial Operation
The Transport Motor is energized at the same time when predrive of the machine is started (Job Tray/Shift
Tray).
The unit carries out the Shift Tray home position detection sequence when the Power Switch of the
machine is turned ON or when the Paper Misfeed Removal Door is opened and closed after a paper
misfeed has been cleared (Shift Tray only).
(1) Shift Tray Home Position Detection
The unit determines that the Shift Tray is at its home position when the Shift Home Sensor is blocked by
the light blocking plate.
(If the Shift Tray is at its home position)
The Shift Motor is energized (forward or backward rotation) so that the Shift Home Sensor is unblocked,
then blocked again.
(If the Shift Tray is out of its home position)
The Shift Motor is energized until the Shift Home Sensor is blocked.
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6.6.1.6.5 Paper Misfeed Removal Door Set Detection
The Paper Misfeed Removal Door is detected at its closed position by the Paper Misfeed Removal Door
Set Sensor. The unit determines that the door is left open if the sensor remains unblocked for a given
period of time and that it is closed if the sensor remains blocked for a given period of time.
If the sensor is unblocked, a closure failure warning is given on the machine control panel and the
machine inhibits the initiation of a new copy cycle.
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6.6.2 DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT
Precautions for Disassembly, Reassembly, and Adjustment
• Before attempting to disassemble the unit, always make sure that no power is being supplied from the
machine (by unplugging the power connector from the machine).
• While power is being supplied to the unit, do not attempt to remove/install the print jacks from/to the
PWBs or unplug/plug in the connectors.
• If the unit is run with its covers removed, use care not to allow your clothing to be caught in revolving
parts.
• The basic rule is do not run the unit with any of its parts removed.
• A toothed washer is used with the screw that secures the ground wire to ensure positive conduction. Do
not forget to include this washer at re-assembly.
• To reassemble the unit, reverse the order of disassembly unless otherwise specified.
• Do not attempt to remove or loosen the screws to which red paint has been applied.
6.6.2.1 Disassembly
6.6.2.1.1 Removal of the Exterior Covers
<2-Bin Tray>
1. Rear Cover: Loosen four screws and slide the cover toward to the rear.
2. Top Cover: Remove the Front and Rear Covers and lift the cover upward.
3. Front Cover: Remove the Lower Front Cover, loosen four screws, and slide the cover to the front.
4. Lower Front Cover: Unlock the tabs and slide the cover to the front.
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<Shift Tray>
1. Rear Cover: Loosen four screws and slide the cover toward to the rear.
2. Top Cover: Remove the Front and Rear Covers and lift the cover upward.
3. Front Cover: Remove the Lower Front Cover, loosen four screws, and slide the cover to the front.
4. Lower Front Cover: Unlock the tabs and slide the cover to the front.
6.6.2.1.2 Cleaning of the Paper Exit Roller
Wipe the surface of the Paper Exit Roller clean of dirt
with a cloth dampened with alcohol.
6.6.2.2 Adjustment
Path Switching Solenoid Stroke Adjustment
1. Remove the Main Board.
2. Loosen the two screws that secure the solenoid and adjust its position so
that dimension A measures 5.2 to 4.7 mm (Job Tray) or 4.4 to 3.9 mm (Shift
Tray).
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6.6.3 TROUBLESHOOTING
6.6.3.1 Paper misfeed detection and trouble shooting procedures
6.6.3.1.1 Misfeed Detection
A paper misfeed is detected under any of the following conditions, causing a misfeed display to be given
on the machine control panel.
Type
Transport
misfeed
Paper left
Exit misfeed
Detection Timing
The Upper Exit Sensor is not blocked within a given period of time after the
Paper Exit Sensor of the machine has been blocked.
The Upper Exit Sensor is blocked when the Power Switch is turned ON or a
paper misfeed is reset.
The Upper Exit Sensor is not unblocked within a given period of time after the
Paper Exit Sensor of the machine has been unblocked.
6.6.3.1.2 Misfeed Troubleshooting Procedures
Step
1
2
Check Item
Does the paper being used meet
product specifications?
Is the paper curled, waved, or damp?
3
Is the Transport Guide Plate dirty?
YES
4
Is the Transport Roller deformed or
worn?
Does the Transport Motor operate
properly?
YES
6
Does the actuator of the Upper Exit
Sensor operate properly?
NO
7
Is the Upper Exit Sensor output signal
properly applied to the Main Board?
YES
NO
5
Result
NO
YES
NO
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Action
Instruct the user to use paper that meets
product specifications.
Change the paper. Instruct the user in
how to store the paper.
Remove foreign matter and clean the
guide plate.
Change the Transport Roller.
Check the wiring between the Main
Board and Transport Motor and, if it is
intact, change the motor.
Check the position of the Upper Exit
Sensor installation and check the
actuator for deformation and
contamination.
Change the Main Board.
Check the wiring between the Main
Board and Upper Exit Sensor and, if it is
intact, change the sensor.
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6.6.3.2 Malfunction detection and trouble shooting procedures
6.6.3.2.1 Malfunction Detection (Shift Tray only)
A malfunction is detected under the following condition, causing the corresponding malfunction code to be
displayed on the machine control panel. (See “Service call error,” page 4-22.)
Malfunction
Code
28
Malfunction Detail
Shift Tray shift
motion failure
Detection Timing
(When moving from home to shift position) The Shift Home
Sensor is blocked after a given period of time after the Shift
Motor has been energized (at which timing the motor is deenergized).
(When moving from shift to home position) The Shift Home
Sensor is not blocked even after the lapse of a given period of
time after the Shift Motor has been energized.
6.6.3.2.2 Malfunction Troubleshooting Procedures
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Check Item
Does the Shift Tray move in the initial
operation?
Does the Shift Tray slide smoothly when
the gear is turned manually with the Shift
Motor removed?
Is an output signal being sent from the
Main Board to Shift Motor?
Are the Shift Home Sensor and its light
blocking plate dirty?
Is the Shift Home Sensor output signal
properly applied to the Main Board?
Result
YES
Action
Check step 4.
NO
Check for contamination and improper
installation.
YES
Check the wiring between the Main
Board and Shift Motor and, if it is intact,
change the motor.
Change the Main Board.
Remove foreign matter or clean.
NO
YES
YES
NO
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Change the Main Board.
Check the wiring between the Main
Board and Shift Home Sensor and, if it is
intact, change the sensor.
<2-Bin Tray>
PWB-A
Control board
Transport motor
Lower full
detecting sensor
Paper misfeed removal
door set sensor
Bin shift solenoid
Upper exit sensor
Upper empty
sensor LED board
Upper empty sensor
PQ board
Upper full
detecting sensor
From
the
machine
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<Shift Tray>
From
the
machine
Shift home
sensor
Upper empty
sensor PQ board
Upper empty
sensor LED
board
Upper exit
sensor
Bin shift
solenoid
PWB-A
Control board
Transport
motor
Paper misfeed
removal door
set sensor
Lower full
sensor LED
board
Lower full
sensor PQ board
Shift motor
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6.7 Duplex Unit
6.7 Duplex Unit..................................................................................................................................... 6-74
6.7.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL .................................................................................. 6-75
6.7.1.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 6-75
6.7.1.2 Parts Identification ................................................................................................................ 6-76
6.7.1.3 Cross-Sectional View ........................................................................................................... 6-76
6.7.1.4 Drive System ........................................................................................................................ 6-77
6.7.1.5 Electrical Components Layout.............................................................................................. 6-77
6.7.1.6 Mechanical Operations......................................................................................................... 6-78
6.7.2 DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................... 6-83
6.7.2.1 Disassembly ......................................................................................................................... 6-83
6.7.2.2 ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................................................... 6-85
6.7.3 MISFEED DETECTION .............................................................................................................. 6-86
6.7.3.1 Misfeed Detection................................................................................................................. 6-86
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6.7.1 GENERAL, MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL
6.7.1.1 Specifications
Type
Installation
Type of Paper
Paper Size
Registration
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Dimensions
Weight
Environmental
Requirements
: Switchback and Circulating Duplex Unit
: Mounted on the right side door of the machine
: Plain paper (60 to 90 g/m² or 16 to 24 lbs.),
recycled paper (60 to 90 g/m² or 16 to 24 lbs.)
: A5L/C to A3L or 5.5″ × 8.5″L/C to 11″ × 17″L
(L: Lengthwise; C: Crosswise)
: Center
: DC24V ±10%, DC5V ±10% (supplied from main unit)
: 21W or less
: 55 (W) × 415 (D) × 255 (H) or 2.25″ (W) × 16.25″ (D) × 10″ (H)
: 1.8 kg or 4 lbs.
: Same as machine
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6.7.1.2 Parts Identification
1
1. Duplex Unit Door
6.7.1.3 Cross-Sectional View
1
2
3
4
1. Duplex Unit Transport Roller 1
2. Duplex Unit Transport Roll 1
3. Duplex Unit Transport Roller 2
4. Duplex Unit Transport Roll 2
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6.7.1.4 Drive System
Switchback drive mechanism
Duplex unit transport
drive mechanism
6.7.1.5 Electrical Components Layout
M1
PI1
PWB-A
M2
S2
Symbol
PWB-A
M1
M2
Name
Duplex Main Board
Switchback Motor
Duplex Unit Transport Motor
Symbol
S2
PI1
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Name
Duplex Unit Door Set Sensor
Duplex Unit Transport
Sensor (in PWB-A)
6.7.1.6 Mechanical Operations
6.7.1.6.1 Switchback Mechanism
(1) Switchback Operation
The Paper Exit Roller reverses the direction of feeding the 1-sided copy into the Duplex Unit (switchback
operation). This switchback operation by the Paper Exit Roller is accomplished by changing the direction
of rotation of the Switchback Motor whose drive is transmitted via a gear train. When the motor is turned
forward, the paper is fed out of the machine. When the motor is turned backward, the paper is fed into the
Duplex Unit.
Feeding the paper into duplex unit
Paper exit sensor PC3
Paper exit roller
(2) Paper Exit Roller Drive Coupling Mechanism
When the Duplex Unit is mounted, the tip of the Duplex Unit Lever raises the Idle Lever to disconnect the
drive from the machine (Fusing Roller) and, instead, provides the Paper Exit Roller with the drive from the
Switchback Motor.
Idle lever
Paper exit roller
Switchback
motor M1
Duplex unit lever
(3) Switchback Motor Control
The Switchback Motor is a two-phase stepping motor. Its direction of rotation and speed are controlled by
applying pulse signals output from pins 1 to 4 of PJ3A to the motor.
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6.7.1.6.2 Transport and Duplex Paper Take-Up Mechanism
(1) Transport and Duplex Paper Take-Up Operation
The paper fed into the Duplex Unit is transported through, and eventually fed out of, the Duplex Unit
before being fed to the paper take-up mechanism of the machine.
The transport and Duplex paper take-up operations are performed by two pairs of Duplex Unit Transport
Rollers/Rolls and the Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Roll of the machine. The use of the latter contributes to
smaller floor space requirements. The drive for these operations comes from the Duplex Unit Transport
Motor and Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Clutch.
Duplex unit transport
roller 1 and 2
Duplex main board
PWB-A
Duplex unit transport
sensor PI1
Duplex unit transport
motor M2
Transport motor M2
Manual feed paper
take-up roll
Manual feed paper
take-up sensor PC8
Manual feed paper
take-up clutch CL3
(2) Duplex Unit Transport Motor Control
The Duplex Unit Transport Motor is a two-phase stepping motor. Its speed is controlled by
applying pulse signals output from pins 1 to 4 of PJ2A to the motor.
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6.7.1.6.3 2-Sided Copying Schemes
The following two 2-sided copying schemes are available.
Note, however, that the paper size (in the feeding direction) that is applicable to double-sheet 2-sided
copying is Letter crosswise (215.9 mm) or smaller.
Single-sheet 2-sided copying
2-Sided Copying Schemes
Double-sheet 2-sided copying
(1) Operation of Single-Sheet 2-Sided Copying
1. A sheet of paper is taken up and fed in and the image of the second page is printed.
2. Just before the 1-sided copy moves past the Paper Exit Roller, the direction of rotation of the Paper Exit
Roller is reversed and the 1-sided copy is transported towards the Duplex Unit.
3. The 1-sided copy being transported through the Duplex Unit is fed into the machine with-out being
stopped.
4. The image of the first page is printed on the 1-sided copy fed out of the Duplex Unit and the resultant 2sided copy is fed towards the paper exit section of the machine.
5. As the 2-sided copy is being fed out of the machine, the next sheet of paper is taken up and fed in for
the printing of the image of the fourth page.
(Steps 2 through 5 are then repeated.)
Paper exit roller
PC drum
Step 1
Step 2
Step 4
Step 5
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Duplex Unit
Options
Switchback
Motor M1
ON
OFF
Duplex Unit
Transport Motor M2
Manual Feed Paper
Take-Up Clutch CL3
ON
OFF
Forward Backward Rotation
Rotation (Paper Length + 30 mm)
Forward
Rotation
ON
OFF
Paper Exit
Sensor PC3
H
L
Synchronizing
Roller Sensor PC2
H
L
Duplex Unit
Transport Sensor PI1
H
L
* When the paper moves a distance of about 20 mm after it has unblocked (H) the Synchronizing Roller
Sensor, both Duplex Unit Transport Motor M2 and Manual Feed Paper Take-Up Clutch CL3 are
temporarily deenergized. (The period of time during which M2 and CL3 are kept deenergized varies
depending on the Image Synchronizing signal out-put timing.
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(2) Operation of Double-Sheet 2-Sided Copying
1. The first sheet of paper is taken up and fed in and the image of the second page is printed.
2. Just before the 1-sided copy moves past the Paper Exit Roller, the direction of rotation of the Paper Exit
Roller is reversed and the 1-sided copy is transported towards the Duplex Unit. At the same time, the
second sheet of paper is taken up and fed in.
3. At the same time when the image of the fourth page is printed on the second sheet of paper, the first 1sided copy is transported through the Duplex Unit. Because of the Duplex paper take-up timing
involved, the first 1-sided copy is temporarily stopped at a point 20 mm before the Manual Feed TakeUp Roll; but it is soon fed out of the Duplex Unit.
4. The image of the first page is printed on the first 1-sided copy fed out of the Duplex Unit. At the same
time, the second 1-sided copy is reversed at the paper exit section of the machine and transported
towards the Duplex Unit. It is then fed out of the Duplex Unit without being stopped.
5. The image of the third page is printed on the second 1-sided copy.
6. As the second 2-sided copy is fed towards the paper exit section of the machine and as it is being fed
out of the machine, the third sheet of paper is taken up and fed in for the printing of the image of the
sixth page.
(Steps 2 through 6 are then repeated.)
Paper exit roller
PC drum
Step 1
Step 2
Step 4
Step 5
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Step 6
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6.7.2 DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT
6.7.2.1 Disassembly
6.7.2.1.1 Removal of the Duplex Unit
1. Remove the wiring cover (one screw).
2. Unplug the connectors (two).
3. Remove the Duplex Unit (two screws).
6.7.2.1.2 Cleaning of Duplex Unit Transport Roller 1 and 2 and Duplex Unit
Transport Roll 1 and 2
Wipe the surfaces of Duplex Unit Transport Roller 1 and 2 and
Duplex Unit Transport Roll 1 and 2 clean with a soft cloth
dampened with alcohol.
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6.7.2.1.3 Cleaning of Exhaust Vent area
1. Wipe the surface of the Exhaust Vent areas clean with a soft cloth
dampened with alcohol.
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6.7.2.2 ADJUSTMENT
6.7.2.2.1 Adjustment of Printer Registration (side)
Requirement:
First perform the adjustments listed below:
1. Printer registration (top) and Printer registration (side) for all paper sources. (See page 5-81 and 5-82.)
2. ADF registration (top and side) and FBS registration (top and side). (See page 5-83 and 5-84.)
A
A
Test pattern D
Dimension A on the 2-sided copy should be adjusted to meet specifications.
Specification
10 ± 2.0 (mm)
Adjustment Tool
Machine parameter K:7
Machine parameter L:7
Setting Range
– 12.8 to 12.7 (mm)
(0.1 mm step)
Adjustment procedure
1. Load the A3-sized paper to the cassette.
2. Produce a test pattern D with the A3-sized paper and make a 2-sided copy of it.
(To produce a test pattern D, press MENU, [, 9, Test Pattern Print. For detail, see page 3-123.)
3. Check to see if width A meets the specifications.
If width A falls outside the specified range, perform following steps to make the adjustment.
4. Entry the Machine Parameter mode. (Press MENU, [, 0. For detail, see page 3-2.)
5. Adjust the setting of Machine Parameter K:7 to meet the specification.
If the width A is shorter than specification, increase value.
If the width A is longer than specification, decrease value.
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6.7.3 MISFEED DETECTION
6.7.3.1 Misfeed Detection
6.7.3.1.1 Misfeed Detecting Sensors Layout
Paper exit sensor
PC3
Duplex unit transport
sensor PI1
Synchronizing roller
sensor PC2
6.7.3.1.2 Types of Misfeed and Misfeed Detection Timings
Type
Paper left
Paper take-up failure
Paper leading edge detection
during transport through
Duplex Unit
Detection Timing
The output from Duplex Unit Transport Sensor PI1 is blocked (L)
when the machine Power Switch is turned ON or a misfeed is reset.
1. Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2 is unblocked (H) at a shorter than
normal tim7e after a Duplex paper take-up sequence has started.
2. Synchronizing Roller Sensor PC2 is not unblocked (H) within a
given period of time after a Duplex paper take-up sequence has
started.
Duplex Unit Transport Sensor PI1 is not blocked (H) within a given
period of time after Paper Exit Sensor PC3 has been unblocked (H).
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Duplex unit
transport motor
From the
machine
PWB-A
Duplex main board
Duplex unit door
set sensor
Switchback
motor
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6.8 Second phone line
6.8 Second phone line ......................................................................................................................... 6-88
6.8.1 Attaching the second phone line ................................................................................................. 6-89
6.8.1.1 Unpacking............................................................................................................................. 6-89
6.8.1.2 Installing the Second phone line module.............................................................................. 6-89
6.8.2 Display of the Software Version .................................................................................................. 6-92
6.8.3 Adjustment .................................................................................................................................. 6-93
6.8.3.1 Memory Switches Adjustment .............................................................................................. 6-93
6.8.3.2 Unique Switches Adjustment................................................................................................ 6-94
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6.8.1 Attaching the second phone line
6.8.1.1 Unpacking
Included in the second phone line kit’s carton box:
NCU PCB ........................................................................... 1
Modem PCB ....................................................................... 1
Connection cable (60P: with ferrite core) ........................... 1
Connection harness 1 (13P: orange).................................. 1
Connection harness 2 (14P: yellow)................................... 1
Spacers (long) .................................................................... 2
Spacers (short) ................................................................... 2
PCB brackets...................................................................... 2
Cable clamp........................................................................ 1
Insulator.............................................................................. 1
Screws................................................................................ 7
Operating instructions (includes setting-up instructions).... 1
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6.8.1.2 Installing the Second phone line module
1. Turn the machine off and unplug the power cord and telephone line cord.
2. Remove the rear cover (upper).
3. Remove the upper cover, and then remove the shield box.
Shield box
Upper cover
4. Use cutting pliers to gently punch out the perforated panel of the “EXTENSION LINE” and “EXTENSION
PHONE” on the panel sheet.
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Second phone line
5. Attach two long spacers and two short spacers to the places marked “ 2 ” on the metal plate.
6. Attach the cable clamp to the place marked “
”.
7. Attach two PCB brackets using screws.
PCB bracket
Spacer (short)
Cable clamp
Spacer (long)
8 Attach the NCU PCB of the second phone line kit using two screws and two spacers.
Spacer (short)
9 Attach the Modem PCB of the second phone line kit and Insulator using two screws and two spacers.
Insulator
Spacer (long)
PCB bracket
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10 Connect P30A and P3A, P30B and P3B using the harnesses. Pass the harnesses through the clamp
attached in step 6, and let them be under the NCU PCB.
NCU PCB
Cable clamp
Modem PCB
11 Connect P6 on the Main PCB of the main unit and IN on the Modem PCB using the harness as shown:
12 Attach the FG line on the Modem PCB to the place marked “FG” on the metal plate.
Connector P6
F.G. wire
IN
OUT
13 Reinstall the covers.
14.Connect second phone line cable into the EXTENSION LINE.
15.Register the line settings. Refer to the “EasyStart” on the operating instructions.
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Second phone line
6.8.2 Display of the Software Version
You can see the current software version using the life monitor.
1. From standby mode, press MENU, *, 9.
2. Select “A. Life Monitor”.
3. Press [Enter]. The software version will be shown on the top line of the LCD.
4. Press optional board number using the numeric keypad as shown in the following table.
Software version
Numeric keypad
• Flash ROM on Main control PCB
0
• Built-in CPU ROM
* (asterisk)
• The first optional kit
1
• The second optional kit
2
• The third optional kit
3
5. Press RESET to exit and return to the standby mode.
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6.8.3 Adjustment
Important: These memory switches and unique switches only for AL-250 are shown in this section.
6.8.3.1 Memory Switches Adjustment
If necessary, you must set the following switches.
1. From Fax standby mode, press MENU, *, 1.
2. Select the desired memory switch by pressing a one-touch key plus a number on the keypad.
3. Press [Enter].
Memory Switch B:0 – Transmission
7
Initial
Setting
1
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
1
2
1
0
1
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Refer to Section 3 of this
FEM
Refer to Section 3 of this
FEM
Refer to Section 3 of this
FEM
Refer to Section 3 of this
FEM
Maximum transmit speed, kbps
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0
0
0
0
1 1
1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1
1
1
1
0 0
0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0
0
1
1
0 0
1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0
1
0
1
0 1
0
1
0
1
Note: This setting effect for both phone line 1 and 2.
Memory Switch C:0 – Reception
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
5
4
3
0
0
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Refer to Section 3 of this
FEM
Refer to Section 3 of this
FEM
Factory use only
Factory use only
Receive speed (kbps)
Maximum receive speed may be slowed to compensate for poor phone lines.
2.4 4.8 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 16.8 19.2 21.6 24 26.4 28.8 31.2 33.6
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
1
1 1
1
1
1
0 0 0 0 1 1
1
1
0
0 0
0
1
1
0 0 1 1 0 0
1
1
0
0 1
1
0
0
0 1 0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1 0
1
0
1
Note: This setting effect for both phone line 1 and 2.
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6.8.3.2 Unique Switches Adjustment
Setting the Unique Switches
If necessary, you must set the following switches.
1. From Fax standby mode, press MENU, *, 4.
2. Select the desired memory switch by pressing a one-touch key plus a number on the keypad.
3. Press [Enter].
Unique Switch d:0 – Modem
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
1
4
1
Switch
3
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
3429 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
3200 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
3000 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
2800 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
2400 baud symbol rate when
communicating at V.34
0: No
1: Yes
Usage/Comments
If the error frame often occurs because of the
symbol rate is too high, setting this switch to “1”
mask that symbol rate and keep down the
occurrence of error frame.
If the error frame often occurs because of the
symbol rate is too high, setting this switch to “1”
mask that symbol rate and keep down the
occurrence of error frame.
Unique Switch d:1 – Modem
Switch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Adjust
Forced 2400 symbol rate
when probing SNR is
adverse
Usage/Comments
SNR means that Signal Noise Ratio. If the SNR is
less than the threshold you set, the data pump
overrides the bandwidth evaluation algorithm and
forced the symbol rate to 2400 baud.
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Unique Switch d:2 – Modem
7
6
5
4
3
2
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
ANSam output time
0: 3 sec
1: 4 sec
Factory use only
Factory use only
Usage/Comments
The time limit to output the ANSam (A sinwave
signal at 2100 Hz amplitude-modulated). Sets to “1”
when the V.8 handshake is hard to achieve.
Unique Switch d:7 – Modem
7
6
5
4
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
0
3
0
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
The delay before postmessage is transmitted
If retraining occurs due to the low reception signal
level and few delay of the telephone line, it may
overlap the second post-message. In this case,
increase the delay before the post-message is
transmitted.
Switch 4:
Switch 3:
2
1
0
0
0
0
0 ms 100 ms 200 ms 300 ms
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Factory use only
Factory use only
Factory use only
Unique Switch i:4 – Miscellaneous
7
6
5
Initial
Setting
0
0
0
4
0
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
Switch
Adjust
Usage/Comments
Time to change the display
between the first and second
phone lines. (sec)
Set the time to change the display between the first
and second phone lines during the second phone
line is communicating.
When set to “0”, show only the line during
communication.
Switch 76543210
Time
11111111
2550 sec
11111110
2540 sec
11111101
2530 sec
:
00000101
50 sec
:
00000011
30 sec
00000010
20 sec
00000001
10 sec
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6.9 RS-232C Interface
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RS-232C Interface
Options
6.9.1 Attaching the RS-232C Interface
6.9.1.1 Unpacking
Included in the RS-232C Interface kit’s carton box:
RS-232C Interface board.................................................... 1
Ferrite core ......................................................................... 1
Screw.................................................................................. 2
Operating instructions (includes setting-up instructions).... 1
Software disk ...................................................................... 1
Software operating instructions .......................................... 1
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Be sure to save the module and packing materials for reshipment.
To connect between the fax machine and the computer, you need an extra RS-232C interface cable (see
the below).
6.9.1.2 RS-232C interface cable
The RS-232C interface port on the newly installed RS-232C interface has a DB-25 (standard 25-pin serial)
female receptacle which accepts a male DB-25 cable plug. The computer’s port may have either a DB-25
or DB-9 (9-pin) receptacle. Please consult the interface’s pin assignment on the below.
Note: Please see the computer’s operating instructions about the serial interface port of the computer.
Pin assignment
Pin No.
Signal code
Signal name
Contents
2
TXD
Transmitted data
3
RXD
Received data
4
RTS
Request to send
5
CTS
Clear to send
6
DSR
DCE ready
Turning on always.
7
SG
Signal ground
Ground for signal.
20
DTR
DTE ready
Data signal sent from computer to the fax.
The data sent to computer by the fax.
Signal for request to send data.
Data Enable signal for data transmission from
the fax to the computer.
Data Terminal Enable — ready to communicate
Signal direction
25-pin type
The fax
2 TXD
3 RXD
4 RTS
5 CTS
6 DSR
7 SG
20 DTR
The computer
2 TXD
3 RXD
4 RTS
5 CTS
6 DSR
7 SG
20 DTR
9-pin type
The fax
2 TXD
3 RXD
4 RTS
5 CTS
6 DSR
7 SG
20 DTR
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2 RXD
3 TXD
4 DTR
5 SG
6 DSR
7 RTS
8 CTS
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6.9.1.3 Attaching the RS-232C Interface
1. Turn the machine off and unplug the power cord and phone line cord.
2. Remove the rear cover (upper).
3. Use cutting pliers to gently punch out the rectangular connector space located on the rear cover.
4. Connect the RS-232C Interface board into the P4 connector on the main control PCB until the
connector is firmly seated.
5. Re-attach the rear cover.
6. Attach the ferrite core to the RS-232C cable.
7. Connect one end of the RS-232C interface cable to the RS-232C interface port on the machine.
8. Connect the other end of the RS-232C cable to your computer’s RS-232C port.
9. Plug the power cord and turn the machine on.
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Options
6.9.2 RS-232C Test
This mode is for return back test of the RS-232C port.
Please refer to the Section 3 for the procedure.
9.6.3 Adjustment
Note: The unique switches only for RS-232C interface are shown in this section.
6.9.3.1 Unique Switch Adjustment
If necessary, you must set the following switches.
1. From standby, press MENU, *, 4.
2. Select the desired unique switch by pressing a one-touch key plus a number on the keypad.
3. Press [Enter].
Unique Switch j:4 – RS-232C
7
Initial
Setting
0
6
0
Switch
5
0
4
0
Adjust
Adjusts CI counter
Usage/Comments
If the remote fax machine disconnects the phone
line before the PC responses the CI signal, the fax
regards that the PC is off and then it will receive
from the next call.
In this case, increase the CI counter to be more
than the number of rings the PC receives.
Switch 3210 CI counter
0000
0 time ← Initial setting
0001
1 time
0010
2 times
:
0101
5 times
:
1110 14 times
1111 15 times
To reset this status, first initialize the PC’s fax
software and then the fax machine.
To reset the PC’s fax software:
See operating instructions of PC’s fax software.
To reset the fax machine:
1. Press MENU, Q, [Enter].
2. Select “Reset”
3. Press [Enter].
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
Factory use only
Factory use only
Fax reception while scanning
or printing through the
RS-232C
0: No
1: Yes
Factory use only
Determines if reject the fax reception or receiving it
instead of the PC, while the PC scans or prints
through the RS-232C.
6-99
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