Color Image Scanner
EPSON Perfection 610
®
SESC990016
EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
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EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
PRECAUTIONS
Precautionary notations throughout the text are categorized relative to 1)Personal injury and 2) damage to equipment.
DANGER
WARNING
Signals a precaution which, if ignored, could result in serious or fatal personal injury. Great caution should be exercised
in performing procedures preceded by DANGER Headings.
Signals a precaution which, if ignored, could result in damage to equipment.
The precautionary measures itemized below should always be observed when performing repair/maintenance procedures.
DANGER
1. ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE PRODUCT FROM THE POWER SOURCE AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR
PROCEDURES.
2. NOWORK SHOULD BE PERFORMED ON THE UNIT BY PERSONS UNFAMILIAR WITH BASIC SAFETY MEASURES AS DICTATED FOR ALL
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS IN THEIR LINE OF WORK.
3. WHEN PERFORMING TESTING AS DICTATED WITHIN THIS MANUAL, DO NOT CONNECT THE UNIT TO A POWER SOURCE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO
DO SO. WHEN THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE MUST BE CONNECTED, USE EXTREME CAUTION IN WORKING ON POWER SUPPLY AND OTHER
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS.
WARNING
1. REPAIRS ON EPSON PRODUCT SHOULD BE PERFORMED ONLY BY AN EPSON CERTIFIED REPAIR TECHNICIAN.
2. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SOURCE VOLTAGES IS THE SAME AS THE RATED VOLTAGE, LISTED ON THE SERIAL NUMBER/RATING PLATE. IF THE
EPSON PRODUCT HAS A PRIMARY AC RATING DIFFERENT FROM AVAILABLE POWER SOURCE, DO NOT CONNECT IT TO THE POWER SOURCE.
3. ALWAYS VERIFY THAT THE EPSON PRODUCT HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED FROM THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE REMOVING OR REPLACING
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND/OR INDIVIDUAL CHIPS.
4. IN ORDER TO PROTECT SENSITIVE MICROPROCESSORS AND CIRCUITRY, USE STATIC DISCHARGE EQUIPMENT, SUCH AS ANTI-STATIC WRIST
STRAPS, WHEN ACCESSING INTERNAL COMPONENTS.
5. REPLACE MALFUNCTIONING COMPONENTS ONLY WITH THOSE COMPONENTS BY THE MANUFACTURE; INTRODUCTION OF SECOND-SOURCE
ICs OR OTHER NONAPPROVED COMPONENTS MAY DAMAGE THE PRODUCT AND VOID ANY APPLICABLE EPSON WARRANTY.
EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
PREFACE
This manual describes basic functions, theory of electrical and mechanical operations, maintenance and repair procedures of EPSON Perfection 610. The
instructions and procedures included herein are intended for the experienced repair technicians, and attention should be given to the precautions on the preceding
page. The chapters are organized as follows:
CHAPTER 1.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
Provides a general overview and specifications of the product.
CHAPTER 2.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Describes the theory of electrical and mechanical operations of the product.
CHAPTER 3.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Provides the step-by-step procedures for troubleshooting.
CHAPTER 4.
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
Describes the step-by-step procedures for disassembling and assembling the
product.
CHAPTER 5.
ADJUSTMENTS
This product reqires no adjusment.
CHAPTER 6.
MAINTENANCE
Provides preventive maintenance procedures and the lists of Epson-approved
lubricants required for servicing the product.
APPENDIX
Provides the following additional information for reference:
• Connector Pin Assignments
• Parts List
• Exploded Diagrams
EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
Revision Status
Revision
Issued Date
Description
A
June 16, 1999
First Release
B
August 2, 1999
Parts list and exploded digrams have been added to Appendix.
EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
Contents
Product Description
Features ......................................................................................................... 8
Specifications ................................................................................................. 8
Interface Specifications ................................................................................ 11
USB Specifications.................................................................................. 11
Control Codes............................................................................................... 12
Document Cover Removal ...................................................................... 28
Upper Housing Removal ......................................................................... 29
Inverter Lamp / Inverter Board Removal ................................................. 30
Carriage Unit Removal ............................................................................ 32
Carriage Motor / Timing Belt Removal .................................................... 36
Main Board Removal............................................................................... 38
Panel Board Removal ............................................................................. 40
Power Supply Board Removal ................................................................ 41
Lamp Descriptions........................................................................................ 12
Error Indications ........................................................................................... 13
Adjustment
Manuscript Table .......................................................................................... 14
Operating Principles
Engine Mechanism ....................................................................................... 16
Carriage Unit ........................................................................................... 16
Carriage Drive Mechanism...................................................................... 17
Power Supply Circuit ............................................................................... 18
Control Circuit.......................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting
Overview....................................................................................................... 22
Self-Diagnostic Function............................................................................... 22
Troubleshooting............................................................................................ 23
Assembly and Disassembly
Overview....................................................................................................... 26
Precautions ............................................................................................. 26
Tools........................................................................................................ 26
Screws..................................................................................................... 26
Disassembly Procedures.............................................................................. 27
Releasing the Carriage Lock ................................................................... 27
Maintenance
Overview ...................................................................................................... 46
Cleaning .................................................................................................. 46
Lubrication............................................................................................... 46
Appendix
Overview ...................................................................................................... 48
Interconnection........................................................................................ 48
Connector Assignment ............................................................................ 48
Parts List and Explode Diagrams ................................................................. 50
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
EPSON Perfection 610
Revision B
1.1 Features
1.2 Specifications
The major features of the EPSON color image scanner Perfection 610 are as
follows.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Easy to use:
High quality:
USB I/F, Friendly user interface TWAIN
Start Button (Ease of use with Page Manager)
Resolution:
600 dpi (Optical resolution by 3 line CCD with
15300 pixels)
Gray scale levels:
12bits (In: 12bits, Out: 8bits)
Command level:
ESC/I-D1
Product type:
Flatbed color image scanner
Sub-scanning method:
Movement of the scanning head
Photoelectric device:
Color CCD line sensor
Maximum read area:
8.5 x 11.7” (216 x 297 mm)
Maximum effective picture element:
5100 x 7020 pixels (600 dpi)
Scanning resolution:
Main:
600 dpi (Optical resolution by 3 line CCD with
15300 pixels)
Sub:
2400 dpi with micro step
Output resolution:
75, 150, 300, 600, 1200, 2400 dpi
Gray scale levels:
12bits/pixel (In: 12bits, Out: 8bits)
Color separation:
By the color filter of CCD
Scanning speed (600 dpi): Color: 16 msec/line
Monochrome (bi-level):5.3 msec/line
Command level:
ESC/I-D1
Gamma correction:
User defined 1 level
Interface:
USB (Type-B Receptacle Connector)
Operating system:
Microsoft Windows 98 (pre-install model only)
Microsoft Windows2000 will be supported.
iMac (AppleSystem8.5 or later, AppleSystem8.1 w/iMac Update 1.0)
PowerMacintosh G3 (AppleSystem8.5 or later)
USB hosts:
All of USB ports work correctly. (The
functinality of the USB port(s) must be ensured
by the vendor of the Host.)
Figure 1-1. Exterior View of the Perfection 610
Product Description
Features
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Number of hubs:
This device must be in the Tier 1 or 2 with a
recommended USB cable.
(Tier 1: Host - this device, Tier 2: Host - Hub this device)
Light source:
White cold cathode fluorescent lamp
Option:
None
Operate switch:
None
LED indicator:
None
Start button:
Ease of use with Page Manager
Scanning time:
Color A4, Pentium 300MHz
300 dpi: 60 seconds
600 dpi: 280 seconds
EMC:
FCC Part15 Subpart B Class B
CSA C108.8 Class B
AS/NZS3548 Class B
CISPR Pub22 Class B
CNS13438 Class B
CE Marking:
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
EPA:
EN60950
EN55022 Class B
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
EN50082-1
IEC 801-2/801-3/801-4
Energy Star Program
RESISTANCE TO ELECTRIC NOISE
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Rated voltage:
AC100-120V or AC220-240V
Input voltage:
AC 100-120V ± 10% or AC 220-240V ± 10%
Rated current:
0.5A (Input AC 100V) or 0.3A (Input AC 200V)
Rated frequency range: 50-60Hz
Temperature:
Operating: 5°C to 35 °C
Storage: -25 °C to 60 °C
Humidity:
Operating:
Storage:
Power consumption:
Approximately 20 W
Insulation resistance:
10 M Ω at 500 VDC
(between AC line and chassis)
RELIABILITY
AC 1.5kV, 1 min
(between AC line and chassis)
Safety:
Product Description
10kV
7kV / 150pF, 150Ω
49.5-60.5 Hz
Dielectric strength:
Panel:
Metal:
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Input frequency range:
MCBF:
10 to 80%, no condensation
10 to 85%, no condensation
10,000 cycles
OPERATING CONDITIONS
SAFETY, EMC, EPA
Static electricity:
UL1950 (UL)
CSA C22.2 No.950 (CSA)
EN60950 (VDE)
IEC950 (ROTEST, PSB)
Dust:
Ordinary office or home conditions.
Extreme dust should be avoided.
Illumination:
Operation under direct sunlight or near strong
light source is not guaranteed and should be
avoided.
Specifications
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DOCUMENT
Reflective type:
Documents which has a smooth surface such as
printing and photograph.
DIMENSION
Dimension:
287(W) x 425(D) x 88(H) mm
Refer to Figure 1-2.
Weight:
4.5 Kg
Figure 1-2. Exterior Dimension of the Perfection 610
Product Description
Specifications
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Revision B
1.3 Interface Specifications
This section provides specifications of the USB, the only interface supported by
the Perfection 610.
Table 1-2. Configuration
Element
1.3.1 USB Specifications
Device
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Class:
Vendor specific
Subclass:
Vendor specific
Protocol:
Vendor specific
Maximum packet size for endpoint 0: 8byte
Vendor ID:
0x04B8 (Seiko EPSON Corp.)
Product ID:
0x0103
Number of possible configurations:
1
Configuration
•
•
•
•
Number of interfaces supported by this configuration: 1
Characteristics: Self-powered
Remote wake up feature: Not supported
Maximum of possible consumption: 2mA
Interface
• No Alternate setting
• Number of endpoints used by
this interface (excluding endpoint 0):
• Class:
Vendor specific
• Subclass:
Vendor specific
• Protocol:
Vendor specific
Endpoint 1
• Bulk IN transfer
• Maximum data transfer size: 64 byte
Endpoint 2
• Bulk OUT transfer
• Maximum data transfer size: 64 byte
String
Descriptor
• iManufacturer: “EPSON”
• iProduct:
“Scanner GT-6600” or “Perfection610”
Any items not included in this specification shall be in compliance with
Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.0.
Configuration:
See Table 1-2.
Electric specification:
Compliant to Full Speed mode (12Mbit/s) of
Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision
1.0.
Connector:
One Receptacle (Series B)
Connector Pin Assignment: See the following figure.
2
1
3
4
Figure 1-3. Connector Pin Location
Table 1-1. Connector Pin Assignment
Product Description
Pin No.
Signal
1
VCC
2
-Data
3
+Data
4
GND
Description
Interface Specifications
2
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1.4 Control Codes
1.5 Lamp Descriptions
The command level of this scanner is ESC/I-D1. The commands supported
are shown in the table below.
Since this scanner does not have any LED indicator, it shows the various
conditions by turning on/off or blinking the lamp. Conditions indicated by the
lamp are as listed below:
Table 1-3. Control Codes
Category
Command Name
Code
Request Identity
ESC I
Request Identity 2
ESC i
Request Status
ESC F
Request Extended Status
ESC f
Start Scanning
ESC G
Request Push Button Status
ESC!
Set Data Format
ESC D i
Set Resolution
ESC R n1 n2
Set Scanning Area
ESC A n1 n2 n3 n4
Set Color
ESC C i
Set Gamma Correction
ESC Z i
Download Gamma Table
ESC z i d[256]
Set Color Correction Factor
ESC m d[9]
Set Threshold
ESC t i
Set Scanning Mode
ESC g i
Initialize
ESC @
Set Line Counter
ESC d i
Normal Response
ACK
Abnormal Response
NACK
Abort Scanning
CAN
Header
STX
Execute Command
Set Data Format
Lamp: On
The scanner is in a normal condition.
Lamp: Blinking
The scanner is turned on before the transportation screw is unlocked.
Communication error
Fatal error except for lamp break has occurred.
NOTE: The lamp goes off after 30 minutes.
Lamp: Off
Power save mode (Command is not received for 10 minutes.)
Power is not supplied.
The lamp has blown out.
The lamp was left blinking for 30 minutes.
Image Correction
Auxiliary
Control
Product Description
Control Codes
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1.6 Error Indications
Refer to Section 1.5 for the error indications.
Indicator:
The lamp starts blinking. (The lamp goes off after
30 minutes.)
The lamp does not light up when it has blown.
Remedy:
(After the cause of the error is removed)
Turn the scanner off and then back on.
Connect the USB cable again.
Receiving of ESC@
Acceptable command: [ESC F, ESC f, ESC @]
COMMAND ERROR
Cause:
Undefined command is detected.
Disposition:
The scanner ignores a wrong command and
parameter(s), so it keeps the current settings or
default value effective. The scanner sends
NACK and waits for the next command and
parameter(s).
Indicator:
No effect
Remedy:
Error condition is cleared when the scanner
receives a correct command.
COMMUNICATION ERROR
Cause:
Wrong procedure is detected in the interface
communication.
USB cable was removed during communication.
Disposition:
The scanner stops the ongoing job.
Indicator:
The lamp starts blinking. (The lamp goes off in
30 minutes.)
Remedy:
Turn the scanner off and then back on.
Connect the USB cable again.
Acceptable command:
None
FATAL ERROR
Cause:
The lamp is broken.
The scanner is turned on before the
transportation lock is released.
System breakdown
Disposition:
The scanner stops the ongoing job.
Product Description
Error Indications
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EPSON Perfection 610
Revision B
1.7 Manuscript Table
Dimension:
216 mm (Horizontal) x 297 mm (Vertical)
216 mm
3 ± 2 mm
3 ± 2 mm
Origin Point
297 mm
Front
Product Description
Manuscript Table
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CHAPTER
2
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
2.1 Engine Mechanism
This section explains the engine functions and operating principles of the
EPSON Perfection 610. The engine mechanism has the two major parts; the
carriage unit (=scanning head) and the carriage move mechanism.
2.1.1 Carriage Unit
The carriage unit is composed of the following:
CCD sensor board (containing the CCD sensor)
Inverter board
Lamp (the light source)
Mirror and lens mechanism
CCD Sensor Board
This board includes the Color CCD line sensor (independent R,G,B) and
the sensor’s control and driver circuits.
Inverter Board
This board generates voltage used to drive the lamp. The board pressures
up +24VDC and converts it from direct current to alternating current.
Lamp
A white cold fluorescent lamp is used as the light source.
Mirror and Lens Mechanism
Light emitted to the document reaches the CCD sensor via the mirror and
lens mechanism in the carriage unit, where the light’s optical axis is
corrected. Note other scanners separates R/G/B components by switching
the light source between R, G, and B. In this scanner, however, it is
performed by the CCD sensor itself.
Rear
Front
Rear
Lamp
CCD Sensor Board
Mirror 2
Document
Lamp
Mirror 3
Front
CCD Sensor
CCD Sensor
Board
Inverter Board
Mirror 4
Mirror 1
Lens
CCD Sensor
Scanned Image
Figure 2-1. Carriage Unit Component
Figure 2-2. Mirror, Lens Mechanism
Operating Principles
Engine Mechanism
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2.1.2 Carriage Drive Mechanism
A line-type color CCD sensor, which is included in the carriage unit, scans one
line at a time in the main scan direction (parallel to the carriage unit). To scan
next lines in the sub-scan direction after the first line, the scanner moves the
carriage unit with the CCD sensor in it along the sub-scan direction. The
scanned data is sent to the control board. Reading image for “n” line and
processing data for “N-1” line are simultaneously performed one after another.
The carriage unit slides in the sub-scan direction along the guide rail. To slide
the carriage, the carriage (CR) motor drives the timing belt attached to the
carriage unit by conveying torque via the drive pulley and transmission gear.
Scanning start position is determined by CR HP sensor, which is located on the
control board. Since the CR motor is a stepping motor, it is controlled under the
open loop system. (See Figure 2-4.)
CR HP Sensor
Carriage Unit
Second Line
1 Pixel
CR Motor
First Line
Main Scan
Direction
Transmission
Gear
Drive Pulley
Sub Scan Direction by CR Movement
Timing Belt
Rear
Driven Pulley
Front
Figure 2-3. Carriage Movement
Figure 2-4. Carriage Operation
Operating Principles
Engine Mechanism
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2.1.3 Power Supply Circuit
Power supply circuit board in this scanner generates direct current necessary
for driving the controller board and scanner engine.
See Table 2-1 and Table 2-2 for the power supply circuit board specifications
and the protection circuits for each output voltage/current, respectively. Figure
2-5 shows the power supply circuit diagram.
Table 2-1. Power Supply Circuit Board Specifications for Each Destination
Specification
Unit Part No.
Fuse
100 -120 VAC Range
2031592
2.5 A / 125 VAC
220 -240 VAC Range
2031593
T2.5AH / 250 VAC
Table 2-2. Protection Circuits for Output Voltages/Currents
Output
Voltage
Output
Current
5 VDC
1.2A
• The current is held 1A or less by the
fold-back characteristic.
• Recovers automatically*.
• Shut down.
• To restore, turn the scanner off and
then back on.
• The protection circuit becomes active
when the voltage rises to 5.5 - 7.5
VDC.
12 VDC
0.2A
• The current is held 0.5 or less by the
fold-back characteristic of the
generator.
• Recovers automatically*.
• Shut down.
• To restore, turn the scanner power off
and then back on.
• The protection circuit becomes active
when the voltage rises to 14 -17 VDC.
24 VDC
0.7A
• Shut down.
• To restore, turn the scanner power off
and then back on.
• Shut down.
• To restore, turn the scanner power off
and then back on.
• The protection circuit becomes active
when the voltage rises to 28 -33 VDC.
Over Current Protection
Over Voltage Protection
*: Recovers within 5 minutes.
NOTE: If any of the outputs is shut down, all the other outputs are also shut down.
Operating Principles
Engine Mechanism
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F u ll W a v e
R e c tifie r C ir c u it
Rev. B
S m o o th in g
C ir c u it
S w itc h in g
C ir c u it
S m o o th in g
C ir c u it
+ 1 2 V D C
R e g u la to r IC
+ 1 2 V D C
+ 5 V D C
R e g u la to r
C ir c u it
+ 5 V D C
O v e r C u rre n t
P r o te c tio n
C ir c u it
F ilte r C ir c u it
S m o o th in g
C ir c u it
A C V o ltg e In p u t
+ 2 4 V D C
+ 2 4 V D C
C o n tr o l C ir c u it
+ 2 4 V D C O v e r
C u rre n t P ro te c tio n C ir c u it
+ 5 /+ 1 2 /+ 2 4 V D C
O v e r V o lta g e
P r o te c tio n C ir c u it
T o th e M a in B o a r d
T o th e S ta rt B u tto n
Figure 2-5. Power Supply Circuit Block Diagram
Operating Principles
Engine Mechanism
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2.1.4 Control Circuit
The CPU (IC11) of this scanner is a one-tip 16-bit bus CPU operating at
20MHz. ASIC (IC7) manages input signal correction, image processing, and
controlling the CCD sensor board and USB interface. Table 2-3 shows the
major IC functions.
R e g u la to r (IC 9 )
3 .3 V D C
R e g u la to r (IC 1 2 )
5 V D C
Table 2-3. Major ICs
IC
M37920
Location
IC11
Functions
CPU
24-bit Address Bus
16-bit Data Bus
SDM4260CLU-6S
IC3
DRAM 256k x 16bit
BA033FP-E2
IC9
Regulator IC (3.3 VDC)
NJM78M05DLA-TE1
IC12
Regulator IC (5 VDC)
IC7
ASIC: Manages the following:
• Input image signal correction
• CCD control
• USB interface control
• Image processing
• Memory control
• Data in/output control
C L K
(C R 1 )
D R A M
(IC 3 )
C C D
B o a rd
Im a g e D a ta
(R /G /B )
U S B
E 0 2 A 3 2 (IC 7 )
A M P .
A d d re s s B u s
E02A32SA
A3957SLBTR
IC1, 2
IC8
Reset IC
AD9816JS
IC24
12-bit A/D converter
M27C1001-10F1
IC5
Program ROM (128k x 8bit)
SG-8002PHC
CR1
48MHz clock for E02A32SA
CSTCS20.00
CR2
20MHz clock for CPU.
EE-SX1041
PC1
CR home position sensor
D a ta B u s
C R
M o to r
CR motor driver IC
M51953A
Operating Principles
L a m p
&
In v e r te r B o a r d
C R
M o to r
D r iv e r
(IC 1 , 2 )
H .P . S e n s o r
(P C 1 )
C P U
P R O M
(IC 5 )
(IC 1 1 )
C L K
(C R 2 )
R e s e t IC
(IC 8 )
Figure 2-6. Control Circuit Diagram
Engine Mechanism
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TROUBLESHOOTING
EPSON Perfection 610
Revision B
3.1 Overview
Table 3-1. Errors Detected by the Self-Diagnostic Function
This chapter describes troubleshooting procedures for this scanner.
Lamp Condition
Command Error
Cause:
Undefined command
Disposition: The scanner ignores the wrong command and
parameters, and returns NACK and waits for the
next command and parameters.
Remedy:
The scanner clears the error when it receives a
correct command and parameters.
Blinking
(Goes off after 30
minutes.)
Communication Error
Cause:
Wrong communication procedure is detected.
USB is disconnected during communication.
Disposition: The scanner turns the lamp off and stops
operating.
Remedy:
Turn the scanner off and back on.
Disconnect the USB cable and then connect it
properly.
Acceptable command: None
Off
(=the lamp has
blown out.)
Fatal Error
Cause:
3.2 Self-Diagnostic Function
The self-diagnostic function of the scanner lets the scanner itself detect
abnormal conditions. When the scanner detects an abnormality, it
shows an error using the lamp. See Table 3-1 for the errors detected by
the self-diagnostic function.
Blinking
(=error except the
lamp has blown
out.)
Troubleshooting
Error Type (Cause Remedy)
No effect
Overview
The lamp has blown out.
The scanner is turned on or receives a
command with the transportation screw
locked.
The scanner is broken.
Disposition: The scanner turns the lamp off and stops
operating.
Remedy:
After removing the cause of the problem,
Turn the scanner off and back on.
Send a ESC@ command.
Disconnect the USB cable and connect it
again.
Acceptable command: [ESC F, ESC f, ESC @]
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3.3 Troubleshooting
Table 3-4. The carriage unit does not operate.
Cause
This section describes how to troubleshoot problems according to
exhibited phenomenons.
See Table 3-2 that enables you to find the defective part to the unit
level. Then refer to the corresponding table for checkpoints and
solutions.
Table 3-2. Problems and Corresponding Tables to Refer to
Phenomenon
Problem
The PS
(Power
Supply)
board is
defective.
The carriage
drive
mechanism
is defective.
Step
1
The scanner is not initialized.
Table 3-3
“Fatal Error” occurs. The
scanner is turned off and back
on but still shows the same
error.
The carriage unit does not
operate.
Table 3-4
The carriage unit operates but
the error is indicated.
Table 3-5
The lamp does not light up.
Table 3-6
Image is not read clearly.
Image is not read clearly.
Table 3-7
“Communication Error” occurs.
Communication with the host
is attempted again, but the
same error occurs.
USB interface error
Table 3-8
The CR
motor is
defective.
Step
CN1 on the power
supply board is
disconnected.
1
Checkpoints
Is CN1 on the power
supply board
disconnected?
Finding
Remedy
Yes
Connect CN1 to the
power supply
board.
The main
board is
defective.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Remedy
No
Replace the PS
board.
Is grease (G-26) properly
applied?
(See Chapter 6.)
No
Apply grease to
the specified
points properly.
3
• With the upper housing
removed, turn the scanner on,
and check that the CR motor is
live.
• Remove the CR motor, and
check that the carriage unit
moves smoothly.
No
Check the
carriage unit, and
replace any
defective part or
disassemble and
assemble the
scanner again.
4
Disconnect CN6 on the main
board. Then, using a tester,
check that the coil resistance at
each point below is 6.2Ω.
1. Between Pins 2 and 4
2. Between Pins 1 and 3
No
Replace the CR
motor and go to
step 4.
5
Follow the steps below to check
for the CR motor driver circuit.
1. Set the meter to Ω.
2. Place the (-) terminal of the
tester on Pins 1, 2, 3, and then
4 of the CN6 on the main
board.
3. Place the (+) terminal of the
tester on Pin 6 or 7 of the CN4
on the main board.
4. Turn the scanner off, and
check that the meter shows
“∞“for each pin.
No
Replace the main
board.
6
---
---
Replace the main
board.
2
Table 3-3. The scanner is not Initialized.
Cause
Finding
With scanner power on, check
CN101 for the output voltage at
the pins below.
• Pins:
8/9 (+) and 6/7 (-)
• Voltage: +24VDC
Refer to:
The scanner is turned on but
does not operate.
Checkpoints
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Revision B
Table 3-7. Image is not read clearly.
Table 3-5. The carriage unit operates but the error is indicated.
Cause
The CR home
position sensor
is defective.
Step
Checkpoints
1
Check the signal levels
between the collector (+)
and emitter (-) of PC1. The
signal level should change
depending on the condition
below:
• HIGH (4.5V) = Light is
blocked in PC1.
• LOW (0.3V) = Light
passes in PC1.
Finding
---
Remedy
Cause
Step
Checkpoints
Finding
Replace the CR
home position
sensor (PC1) on
the main board.
Any mirror in the
carriage unit or
the surface of
the lamp is dirty.
1
After cleaning the mirror(s),
check that image is read
clearly.
No
Clean the
surface of the
lamp.
The CCD
sensor board is
defective.
2
---
---
Replace the CCD
sensor board.
The main board
is defective.
3
---
---
Replace the main
board.
Table 3-8. USB Interface Error
Table 3-6. The lamp does not light up.
Cause
Step
Checkpoints
Finding
Remedy
CN5 on the
main board is
disconnected.
1
Check that CN5 is
disconnected.
Yes
Connect CN5 on
the main board
properly.
CN1 or CN2 on
the CCD sensor
board is
disconnected.
2
Check that CN1 or CN2 on
the CCD sensor board is
disconnected.
Yes
Connect CN1 or
CN2 on the CCD
sensor board
properly.
The connector
for the lamp is
not properly
connected to
the inverter
board.
3
Check that the connector is
properly connected to the
inverter board.
No
The lamp is
defective.
4
After replacing the lamp,
check that the lamp lights
up.
Yes
Replace the
lamp.
The inverter
board is
defective.
5
After replacing the inverter
board, check that the lamp
lights up.
Yes
Replace the
inverter board.
The main board
is defective.
6
---
Troubleshooting
---
Remedy
Connect the
connector
properly.
Cause
Step
Checkpoints
Finding
Remedy
The host or O/S
(Windows’98/
NT) does not
support USB.
1
On the Windows, access
My Computer > Property >
Device Manager, and
check that Universal Serial
Bus Controller is effective.
No
Replace the host.
The TWAIN
driver attached
for the scanner
is not properly
installed.
2
Check that the driver for
the scanner is installed
properly.
No
Instal the correct
driver properly.
The USB cable
is defective.
3
After replacing the USB
cable, check that the error
is not indicated.
No
Replace the USB
cable.
The main board
is defective.
4
---
---
Replace the main
board.
Replace the main
board.
Troubleshooting
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CHAPTER
4
ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
EPSON Perfection 610
Revision B
4.1 Overview
4.1.2 Tools
Use the tools specified in Table 1-1.
This chapter describes procedures for disassembling the EPSON
Perfection 610. Unless otherwise specified, the scanner can be
disassembled by reversing the disassembly procedures.
Table 4-1. Tools
Names
Availability
Phillips screw driver (#2)
Standard screw driver
4.1.1 Precautions
Pliers
Tweezers
W A R N IN G
C A U T IO N
Disconnect the power cable before disassembling or
assembling the scanner.
Part Number
B743800200
B743000100
B740400100
B641000100
4.1.3 Screws
When servicing, note the points below:
Consider the size of the scanner and make enough
room for servicing.
Since this scanner is a precision equipement,
service it on a flat, level, heavy-duty table.
The screws used in the scanner are as shown in Table 4-2. Make sure
you always use the correct type and number of screws for the
assembling part. See Table 4-3 for the screw appearances.
Table 4-2. Screw Specifications
Abbreviation
CP
The directions used in this chapter are defined as shown in Figure 4-1.
Description
Cross-recessed Pan Head screw
CBS
Cross-recessed Binding Head S-tite screw
CCP
Cross-recessed Cup Head P-tite screw
In s id e
Table 4-3. Screw Appearances
R e a r (B a c k )
Head appearance
Top
Crossrecessed
R ig h t
Type
Side
Binding
L e ft
Standard
---S-tite
Washer
With Outside Toothed
lock washer
Pan
B-tite
F ro n t
E P S O N
With Spring lock
washer
Cup
P-tite
Figure 4-1. Directions
Assembly and Disassembly
Overview
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4.2 Disassembly Procedures
4.2.1 Releasing the Carriage Lock
1. Using a standard screw driver, release the Carriage Lock located at
the left side of the scanner body.
: Released
C A U T IO N
: Locked
When locking the carriage for transporting the
scanner, make sure the carriage is at the home
position.
Figure 4-2. Carriage Lock Location
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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4.2.2 Document Cover Removal
1. Open the Document Cover.
2. Holding the Document Cover by the edges, release the two hooks
by pushing the cover to the rear as shown in Figure 4-4.
Document Cover
Hooks
Figure 4-3. Document Cover Removal (1)
Assembly and Disassembly
Figure 4-4. Document Cover Removal (2)
Disassembly Procedures
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4.2.3 Upper Housing Removal
1. Release the Carriage Lock. (See Section 4.2.1.)
2. Remove the Document Cover. (See Section 4.2.2.)
Three Hooks on the Front
3. Remove the two screws (gold, CBS, M3x6) at the back of the
scanner body.
4. Lifting up the rear end of the Upper Housing, release the three
hooks at the front end, and then remove the Upper Housing toward
the front.
Figure 4-6. Upper Housing Removal (2)
CBS Screws (M3x6)
Figure 4-5. Upper Housing Removal (1)
Figure 4-7. After Removing the Upper Housing
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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4.2.4 Inverter Lamp / Inverter Board Removal
1. Release the Carriage Lock. (See Section 4.2.1.)
2. Remove the Document Cover. (See Section 4.2.2.)
3. Remove the Upper Housing. (See Section 4.2.3.)
4. Remove the two screws (CCP, M3x8) on the Carriage Unit. (See
Figure 4-8.)
5. Using a standard screw driver, lift up the carriage cover in the
Carriage Unit, and then move it to the front to remove it. (See Figure
4-9.)
CCP Screws (M3x8)
Figure 4-8. Carriage Unit Disassembly (1)
Figure 4-9. Carriage Unit Disassembly (2)
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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6. Disconnect the connector for the Inverter Lamp from the Inverter
Board.
7. Remove the black screw and disconnect the 2-pin connector for the
CCD sensor, and then remove the Inverter Board.
Connector
Inverter Board
8. Remove the Inverter Lamp from the carriage cover.
C H E C K
P O IN T
When installing the Inverter Lamp, locate the
connectors correctly as shown in the following
figures.
Black Screw
Connector (2-pin)
Figure 4-10. Inverter Board Removal
Carriage Cover
Connector (2-pin)
Inverter Lamp
Figure 4-11. Inverter Lamp Removal
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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4.2.5 Carriage Unit Removal
1. Release the Carriage Lock. (See Section 4.2.1.)
2. Remove the Document Cover. (See Section 4.2.2.)
3. Remove the Upper Housing. (See Section 4.2.3.)
4. Using a standard screw driver, remove the timing belt clamp
securing the timing belt and the carriage.
Timing Belt Clamp
Figure 4-12. Metal Clamp Removal
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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5. Remove the hexagon nut at the rear end of the carriage guide shaft.
6. Remove the tension spring and the screw (gold, CBS, M3x4)
securing the driven pulley assembly.
Tension Spring
Figure 4-14. Driven Pulley Assembly Removal (1)
Hexagon Nut
Figure 4-13. Hexagon Nut Removal
CBS Screw (M3x4)
Figure 4-15. Driven Pulley Assembly Removal (2)
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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7. Release the timing belt from the driven pulley.
8. Remove the driven pulley assembly by pushing it in the direction
indicated with the arrow. (See Figure 4-17.)
9. Remove the CR shaft from the Carriage Unit.
7.
Figure 4-17. Driven Pulley Assembly Removal (3)
Driven Pulley
Timing Belt
Carriage Unit
Figure 4-16. Timing Belt Removal
CR Shaft
Figure 4-18. Carriage Guide Shaft Removal
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
10. Inserting a standard screw driver from the back, remove the FFC
metal clamp.
11. Release the FFC (white) from the connector and the two guide tabs
in the Carriage Unit, and then remove the Carriage Unit.
Carriage Unit
Carriage Unit
FFC Metal Clamp
Figure 4-20. Carriage Unit
FFC Cable
Guide Tabs
Connector
Figure 4-19. FFC Metal Clamp and FFC Removal
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
4.2.6 Carriage Motor / Timing Belt Removal
1. Release the Carriage Lock. (See Section 4.2.1.)
2. Remove the Document Cover. (See Section 4.2.2.)
CR Motor Unit
3. Remove the Upper Housing. (See Section 4.2.3.)
4. Remove the Carriage Unit. (See Section 4.2.5.)
Connector
5. Remove the two screws (CBS, M3x4) securing the FFC fixing plate,
and then remove the FFC fixing plate.
6. Remove the three screws (gold, CBS, M3x4/M3x6) and the two
hooks at the rear edge, and then remove the main board cover.
7. Remove the two screws (gold, CBS, M3x4) securing the CR Motor
Unit, and then shift the CR Motor Unit inward.
CBS Screws (M3x4)
Figure 4-22. CR Motor Unit Removal (1)
8. Disconnect the cable for the CR Motor Unit from the connector on
the main board, and then remove the CR Motor Unit.
6. Hooks
5. FFC Fixing Plate
6. CBS Screws M3x6)
6. Main Board Cover
6. CBS Screw (M3x4)
5. CBS Screws (M3x4)
Figure 4-23. CR Motor Unit Removal (2)
Figure 4-21. Shield Plate Removal
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
9. Follow the steps below to remove the Timing Belt from the CR Motor
Unit.
1) Remove the E-ring.
2) Remove the transmission gear.
3) Disengage the timing belt from the drive pulley.
E-ring
Timing Belt
Transmission Gear
Figure 4-24. Timing Belt Removal
Timing Belt
Drive Pulley
Transmission Gear
E-ring
Figure 4-25. Parts in the CR Motor Unit
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
4.2.7 Main Board Removal
6. Hooks
1. Release the Carriage Lock. (See Section 4.2.1.)
2. Remove the Document Cover. (See Section 4.2.2.)
3. Remove the Upper Housing. (See Section 4.2.3.)
6. Main Board Cover
6. CBS Screws (M3x6)
4. Slide the Carriage Unit slowly until you see the whole main board
cover.
5. CBS Screws (M3x4)
6. CBS Screw (M3x4)
5. Remove the two screws (CBS, M3x4) securing the FFC fixing plate,
and then remove the FFC fixing plate.
4. Carriage Unit
6. Remove the three screws (gold, CBS, M3x4/M3x6), release the two
hooks at the rear edge, and then remove the main board cover.
5. FFC Fixing Plate
Figure 4-26. Main Board Removal (1)
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
7. Remove the screw (CP, M3x5) near the I/F connector and the one
(CBS, M3x5) securing the Main Board.
Carriage FFC Connector
CN4 (Power Supply Unit)
8. Disconnect the following cables from the corresponding connectors;
CR Motor - CN6, carriage FFC, Power Supply Board - CN4.
9. Remove the Main Board.
CN6 (CR Motor)
CBS Screw (M3x5)
Figure 4-28. Main Board Removal (3)
CP Screw (M3x5)
Figure 4-27. Main Board Removal (2)
Figure 4-29. Main Board
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
4.2.8 Panel Board Removal
1. Release the Carriage Lock. (See Section 4.2.1.)
2. Remove the Document Cover. (See Section 4.2.2.)
3. Remove the Upper Housing. (See Section 4.2.3.)
4. Remove the screw (gold, CBS, M3x4).
C H E C K
P O IN T
In the following steps, manually move the carriage
back and forth slowly if necessary.
Connector
5. Disconnect the locking connector (pull and release) for the Panel
Board from the Power Supply Board, and then remove the Panel
Board.
CBS Screw (M3x4)
Panel Board
Figure 4-30. Panel Board Removal
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
4.2.9 Power Supply Board Removal
1. Release the Carriage Lock. (See Section 4.2.1.)
2. Remove the Document Cover. (See Section 4.2.2.)
3. Remove the Upper Housing. (See Section 4.2.3.)
C A U T IO N
In the following steps, manually move the carriage
back and forth slowly if necessary.
AC Cable
4. Release the locking connector (pull and release) for the Panel
Board, and then disconnect the cable from the Power Supply Board.
(Refer to Figure 4-30.)
Connector for the AC Cable
Figure 4-31. Connectors for the Power Supply Board
5. Disconnect the locking connector (pick and release) for the AC
cable from the Power Supply Board.
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
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Revision B
6. Remove the two screws (gold, CBS, M3x4) securing the shield
plate, and then remove it toward the inside.
7. Disconnect the cable from the locking connector (push and release),
remove the five screws (gold, CBS, M3x4), and then remove the
Power Supply Board from the shield plate.
CBS Screws (M3x4)
Shield Plate
Figure 4-34. Power Supply Board
Figure 4-32. Power Supply Board Removal (1)
CBS Screws (M3x4)
Connector
CBS Screws (M3x4)
Figure 4-33. Power Supply Board Removal (2)
Assembly and Disassembly
Disassembly Procedures
42
ADJUSTMENT
EPSON Perfection 610
Revision B
This scanner needs no adjustment at the level of the service, including part replacement,
specified in Chapter 4 “Disassembly and Assembly”.
Adjustment
44
CHAPTER
6
MAINTENANCE
EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
6.1 Overview
Table 6-2. Lubrication Points
Figure
This chapter provides information necessary to keep the scanner function in
optimum condition constantly and to prevent troubles.
Lubrication Points
Lubrication
Table 6-1
Transmission gear shaft of the CR motor and
drive pulley shaft.
G-26 (1x3 mm) for
each
Figure 6-1
Driven pulley shaft
G-26 (1x3 mm)
6.1.1 Cleaning
Perform cleaning when stain is noticeable. Stain on the document glass,
particularly, has a direct effect on scanned images. Therefore, be sure to clean
the glass well to remove stain thoroughly.
C A U T IO N
C A U T IO N
Excessive lubrication may cause the carriage
mechanism to be damaged or operate abnormally.
Never apply any organic solvents such as thinner or
benzene, since these may deteriorate plastic and rubber
parts.
Outer Cases
Wipe dirt off with a clean cloth, moistened with water and squeezed tightly.
To remove severe stains, use a neutral detergent.
Document Glass
Remove dust and paper debris with a dry, clean cloth. If the dirt is severe
or foreign matter is stuck on the glass, use a cloth soaked with neutral
detergent. If any trace is left, wipe it off with a dry, clean cloth again.
G-26
6.1.2 Lubrication
You need to lubricate the carriage unit if you have replaced it or notice it
making abnormal noise. See the following tables for the recommended grease
type and points to apply it.
G-26
Table 6-1. Recommended Grease
Grease Type
Contents
Part Number
Availability
G-26
40g
B702600001
E*
Figure 6-1. Lubrication Points
*: EPSON exclusive (Not on the market)
Maintenance
Overview
46
CHAPTER
7
APPENDIX
EPSON Perfection 610
Rev. B
7.1 Overview
7.1.2 Connector Assignment
This section provides useful information for servicing this scanner.
Table 7-1. Connector Summary- B103MAIN
Connector
Number
7.1.1 Interconnection
( 2 - p in )
L a m p
In v e r te r B o a r d
( 1 8 - p in )
C N 5
CN4
To the Power Supply Board
12
Table 7-2
CN5
To the CCD Sensor Board
18
Table 7-3
CN6
To the CR Motor
4
Table 7-4
CN7
To the USB Cable
4
Table 1-1
2
Table 7-5
CN101
To the Control Board
12
Table 7-2
CN102
To the Panel Board
5
Table 7-6
CCD Sensor Board
B 1 0 3 M A IN B o a r d
C N 1
Refer to:
Power Supply Board
CN1
AC Input
C N 2
C N 1
( 2 - p in )
Number
of Pins
B103MAIN Board
Following figures shows interconnection of the scanner.
C N 2
Description
C N 6
C R
M o to r
( 4 - p in )
CN1
To the Control Board
18
Table 7-3
CN2
To the Inverter Board
2
Table 7-7
CN1
To the CCD Sensor Board
2
Table 7-7
CN2
To the Lamp
4
Table 7-8
Inverter Board
B 0 7 1 IS N
B o a rd
C N 7
( 4 - p in )
U S B
( 5 - p in )
C N 1 0 2
P o w e r S u p p ly B o a r d
C N 1
( 2 - p in )
C N 1 0 1
C N 1
( 1 2 - p in )
C N 4
B 1 0 3 P N L
A C P lu g
Figure 7-1. Interconnection (USB)
Appendix
Overview
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Rev. B
Table 7-2. Main Board - CN4
Table 7-5. Power Supply Board - CN1
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
Pin No.
Signal
1, 2, 6, 7, 11, 12
GND
-
1
AC (H)
I/O
I
3
+12V
I
2
AC (L)
I
4, 5
+5V
I
8, 9
+24V
I
10
PM-SW
I
Table 7-6. Power Supply Board - CN102
Table 7-3. Main Board - CN5
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
NC
-
2
NC
-
3
Push-SW
I
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 18
GND
-
4
NC
-
2
B
I
5
GND
-
4
R
I
6
G
I
11
SH
O
12
12V
O
13
F1X
O
14
F2X
Table 7-7. CCD Sensor Board - CN2
O
15
RS
O
16
5V
O
17
24V
O
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
24V
O
2
GND
I
Table 7-8. Inverter Board - CN2
Table 7-4. Main Board - CN6
Appendix
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
BX
O
2
AX
O
3
B
O
4
A
O
Overview
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
LAMP
O
2
LAMP
O
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7.2 Parts List and Explode Diagrams
Table 7-9. Parts List
Ref. #
Appendix
Description
Ref. #
Description
Ref. #
Description
100
FRAME,BASE
122
LOGO PLATE;E
146
MOTOR ASSY.,CR
101
HOUSING ASSY.,UPPER;ASP
123
EXTENSION SPRING,18.4
147
C.B.S. SCREW
102
KNOB,MOUNT,CARRIAGE
124
FOOT
148
C.B.(O) SCREW,4X4,F/ZG
103
MAT,COVER,DOCUMENT
125
BUSHING,HOUSING
149
TAPE,HOUSING
104
COVER,DOCUMENT
126
SHEET,COVER,25
180
LABEL,CARRIAGE LOCK
105
COVER,MAIN BOARD
127
SHEET,COVER,18
200
BOARD ASSY.,MAIN
106
KEYTOP,FUNCTION SWITCH
128
COVER,INLET
331
HARNESS
107
COMPRESSION SPRING,1.32
130
FERRITE CORE
300
BOARD ASSY.,POWER SUPPLY
108
HOUSING,PANEL
131
DOUBLE SIDE TAPE,28X10
330
HARNESS
109
SUPPORT,F-SW
132
COVER,FERRITE
400
POWER CABLE
110
LEVER,MOUNT,CARRIAGE
133
6N,5,F/ZN
401
I/F CABLE
111
COVER,P/S BOARD
134
SHAFT,CR
500
CARRIAGE ASSY.
112
SHEET,P/S BOARD
135
SHEET,SLIDE
502
BOARD ASSY.,INVERTER
113
TIMING BELT
136
RAIL,CR
503
LAMP ASSY.
114
PULLEY,DRIVE
137
COVER,SWITCH BOARD
504
COVER,CARRIAGE
115
FRANGE,PULLEY
138
BOARD ASSY.,PANEL
505
CLAMP,FERRITE CORE
116
PULLEY,IDLE
139
DOUBLE SIDE TAPE,22X50
506
FERRITE CORE
117
HOLDER ASSY.,PULLEY,DRIVE
140
SHEET,COVER,P/S BOARD
507
DOUBLE SIDE TAPE,28X10
118
CLAMP,TIMING BELT
141
C.B.S. SCREW
508
C.C.P-TITE,3X8,F/ZB
119
6N,3,F/ZN
143
C.P.SCREW
509
HARNESS
120
HOLDER ASSY.,PULLEY,DRIVEN
144
RETAINING RING
510
HARNESS
121
PULLEY,DRIVEN
145
C.B.S. SCREW
511
TAPE,HOUSING
Parts List and Explode Diagrams
50
145
300
See P.2
112
140
104
500
400
111
122
145
140
145
330
145
147
139
103
128
180
145
183
141
145
138
135
141
146
105
145
133
147
107
101
136
137
102
106
145
119
141
132
130
131
108
147
114
115
116
144
145
117
200
119
149
143
100
109
134
149
181
145
113
110
123
118
124
120
127
401
148
127
127 126
127
331 (for 220/240V)
144
124
125
148
115
121
126
127
GT-6600/PERFECTION 610
No.1
Rev.01
10123
400 (for 120V)
503
508
509
511
508
504
508
502
507
505
(NOT ASP.)
506
510
GT-6600/PERFECTION 610
No.2
Rev.01
10123
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