Kodak 2400DSV Photo Scanner User Manual

Kodak 2400DSV Photo Scanner User Manual

2400DSV

Service Manual

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PREFACE

This Service Manual explains the Microfilm Scanner already put on the market.

It is hoped that this Service Manual will help to provide for more effective machine maintenance in the field there by ensuring optimum machine performance.

Microfilm Scanner MS6000

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All information in this Manual is subject to change without prior notice.

This manual has not described the printer section.

Separately, refer to the Service Manual of the Printer.

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Contents

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1 Safety Precautions for Inspection and Service

1.1 WARNING.............................................................................................. 1

1.2 CAUTION............................................................................................... 4

1.3 Other Precautions ................................................................................ 6

1.4 Used Batteries Precautions ................................................................ 7

2 Installation

2.1 Installation Environment ..................................................................... 8

2.2 Usage Environment ............................................................................. 8

2.3 Installing The Power Supply ............................................................... 9

2.4 Installation Space................................................................................. 9

3 General Information

3.1 Specifications..................................................................................... 10

3.1.1 MS 6000 ........................................................................................ 10

3.1.2 MS 6000 & MSP3000 Printer System ........................................... 12

3.1.3 MS 6000 & MSP2000 Printer System ........................................... 12

3.2 System Configuration........................................................................ 13

3.3 Connection Mode ............................................................................... 14

3.3.1 PR Mode (Scanner + Printer) ........................................................ 14

3.3.2 PC Mode (Scanner + Personal Computer).................................... 14

3.4 Parts Identification............................................................................. 15

3.5 Component Layout ............................................................................ 16

3.6 Electrical Components Layout ......................................................... 17

3.7 Electrical Parts Function ................................................................... 20

3.8 Connectors Layout ............................................................................ 22

3.9 Electrical Service Parts on P.W.Boards........................................... 24

3.9.1 Main Control Board (PWB-BB) ...................................................... 24

3.9.2 I/F Board (PWB-EE) ...................................................................... 24

3.9.3 I/F Board (PWB-SS) ...................................................................... 25

3.9.4 Main Power Unit (PU1).................................................................. 25

3.9.5 Projection Lamp Regulator (PU2) ................................................. 25

3.9.6 Optional Power Unit (PU3) ............................................................ 25

Contents

3.10Explanation of Control Panel ............................................................ 26

3.10.1 Control Panel (Basic) ..................................................................... 26

3.10.2 Control Panel (Shift Function)........................................................ 33

3.11Image Processing............................................................................... 35

4 Mechanical and Electrical

4.1 Illumination Mechanism ..................................................................... 37

4.1.1 Overview ........................................................................................ 37

4.1.2 Projection Lamp (LA1) ................................................................... 37

4.1.3 Projection Lamp Voltage Control Circuit ........................................ 38

4.1.4 Thermostat (TS1)........................................................................... 39

4.1.5 Condenser Lens............................................................................. 40

4.1.6 Projection Lens .............................................................................. 41

4.2 Image Rotation.................................................................................... 42

4.2.1 Prism Rotation ............................................................................... 42

4.2.2 Auto Image Rotating Motor (M5) Control Circuit ............................ 42

4.3 Optical Section ................................................................................... 43

4.3.1 Overview ........................................................................................ 43

4.3.2 Reader Path................................................................................... 44

4.3.3 Scan Path ...................................................................................... 44

4.3.4 Scan Table Drive Mechanism ........................................................ 45

4.3.5 Scan Mirror Motion Control ............................................................ 46

4.3.6 Mirror Scan Motor (M1) Control Circuit .......................................... 47

4.4 CCD Section ........................................................................................ 48

4.5 Image Bus ........................................................................................... 49

4.6 Auto Masking ...................................................................................... 52

4.6.1 Overview ........................................................................................ 52

4.6.2 Masking Area Detection................................................................. 52

4.6.3 Requirements for Auto Masking..................................................... 52

4.7 Auto Image Skew Correction............................................................. 55

4.7.1 Overview ........................................................................................ 55

4.7.2 Requirements for Auto Skew Correction........................................ 55

4.8 Manual Frame Masking ...................................................................... 56

4.9 2 to 1 Printing Function ..................................................................... 57

4.9.1 Overview ........................................................................................ 57

4.9.2 Operation ....................................................................................... 57

4.9.3 Identification Marks ........................................................................ 58

5 Disassembly and Cleaning

5.1 Precautions ......................................................................................... 59

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5.1.1 Precautions for Disassembly and Cleaning................................... 59

5.2 Handling of P.W.Boards .................................................................... 60

5.2.1 Precautions regarding transportation and storage ........................ 60

5.2.2 Precautions when replacing PWBs ............................................... 60

5.2.3 Precautions when checking PWBs................................................ 60

5.3 Maintenance and Inspection ............................................................. 61

5.3.1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule List ......................................... 61

5.3.2 Details of readjustments needed when parts are replaced ........... 61

5.4 Disassembly and Cleaning Procedure............................................. 62

5.4.1 Removal of the Outer Covers ........................................................ 62

5.4.2 Replacing of the Projection Lamp ................................................. 65

5.4.3 Cleaning of the Projection Lamp ................................................... 66

5.4.4 Cleaning of the Condenser Lens and Mirrors................................ 66

5.4.5 Cleaning of the each Mirrors ......................................................... 67

5.4.6 Cleaning of the CCD Filter ............................................................ 68

5.4.7 Removal of the CCD Assy............................................................. 69

5.4.8 Removal of the Power Unit............................................................ 71

5.4.9 Removal of the P.W.Boards. ......................................................... 72

5.4.10 Replacing Scan Motor bushing and friction plate .......................... 73

5.4.11 Replacing the Fuse of the Power Unit ........................................... 73

5.4.12 Replacing the Main Fuse............................................................... 74

5.4.13 Exchanging the Oscillator Chip ..................................................... 75

6 Function Mode and Adjustment

6.1 Precautions......................................................................................... 77

6.2 Overview ............................................................................................. 77

6.3 Function Mode List ............................................................................ 78

6.3.1 S mode (Setting Function 1).......................................................... 78

6.3.2 y mode (Setting Function 2) .......................................................... 79

6.3.3 o mode (Setting Function 3) .......................................................... 80

6.3.4 F mode (machine operation checks) ............................................. 81

6.3.5 b mode (machine operation checks) ............................................. 81

6.3.6 About the Function Mode Setting Label ........................................ 82

6.4 Operation of the Function Mode....................................................... 83

6.4.1 Entering the Function Mode .......................................................... 83

6.4.2 Execution method in F and b mode (except F4, F8 and b6) ......... 83

6.4.3 Execution method in F and b mode (F4, F8 and b6) ..................... 84

6.4.4 Execution method in S, y and o mode........................................... 84

6.4.5 Leaving the Function Mode ........................................................... 84

6.5 S mode Operations ............................................................................ 85

6.5.1 S1: Auto Reset .............................................................................. 85

6.5.2 S2: Auto Power Save .................................................................... 85

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6.5.3 S3: Auto Projection Lamp OFF ...................................................... 85

6.5.4 S4: Coin Vender / Foot Switch Setting........................................... 85

6.5.5 S5: Fine Mode Setting ................................................................... 86

6.5.6 S6: Paper Tray feed size (MSP 3000 Printer)................................ 86

6.5.7 S7: Machine ID Printing ................................................................. 86

6.5.8 S8: Cycle print mode...................................................................... 87

6.5.9 S9: Nega Contrast Adjustment ...................................................... 87

6.5.10 SA: Posi Contrast Adjustment........................................................ 87

6.5.11 Sb: Scan Table Stop Position Adjustment (Scan Position) ............ 88

6.5.12 SC: Scan Table Stop Position Adjustment (Reader Position)........ 88

6.5.13 Sd: Auto image rotation 90 degree rotation function...................... 89

6.5.14 SE: The print function at the time of Toner Empty detection ......... 89

6.6 y mode Operations ............................................................................. 90

6.6.1 y2: Auto Paper Source Switching .................................................. 90

6.6.2 y3: Auto Film Format Select Print .................................................. 90

6.6.3 y5: Memo Image Masking.............................................................. 90

6.6.4 y6: Prescan Operation ................................................................... 91

6.6.5 y7: Auto Skew Correction Retain ................................................... 91

6.6.6 yb: Magnification Warning Display................................................. 91

6.6.7 yC: Print Reserve Function ............................................................ 91

6.7 o mode Operations ............................................................................. 92

6.7.1 o1: Inch/Metric Select .................................................................... 92

6.7.2 o2: N-P Auto Exposure Coarse Adjustment................................... 92

6.7.3 o3: P-P Auto Exposure Coarse Adjustment................................... 93

6.7.4 o4: Scan Speed Adjustment .......................................................... 94

6.7.5 o5: Adjustment of the image area Lengthwise Position ................. 95

6.7.6 o6: Adjustment of the Top and Bottom Frame Black Band Width.. 96

6.7.7 o7: Adjustment of the Right and Left Frame Black Band Width..... 97

6.7.8 o8: Projection lamp burn out detection (L2) setting ....................... 98

6.7.9 oA: Host Driver Setting .................................................................. 98

6.7.10 ob: Vender/Model Name Setting.................................................... 98

6.8 F mode Operations ............................................................................. 99

6.8.1 F1: ROM Version Check ................................................................ 99

6.8.2 F2: Scan Counter........................................................................... 99

6.8.3 F3: Print Counter............................................................................ 99

6.8.4 F4: Counter Clear .......................................................................... 99

6.8.5 F5: Control Panel LED Check........................................................ 99

6.8.6 F6: For Factory use........................................................................ 99

6.8.7 F7: Projection Lamp Voltage Adjustment..................................... 100

6.8.8 F8: Reset the Setting Data.......................................................... 101

6.9 b mode Operations ........................................................................... 102

6.9.1 b1: Checking the Scan Table Unit Function................................. 102

6.9.2 b2: Scanning mirror operation check ........................................... 102

6.9.3 b3: For Factory use...................................................................... 102

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6.9.4 b4: Prism rotation operation check .............................................. 103

6.9.5 b5: Single scan operation check ................................................. 103

6.9.6 b6: Shading Correction................................................................ 104

6.9.7 b7: Test Print Function ................................................................ 105

6.9.8 b8: For Factory use ..................................................................... 105

7 Troubleshooting

7.1 How to Use This Section ................................................................. 106

7.2 Malfunction Indications ................................................................... 107

7.3 Malfunction Detection Timing......................................................... 108

7.3.1 L2: Projection Lamp malfunction ................................................. 108

7.3.2 C1: Scan Unit Drive malfunction ................................................. 108

7.3.3 C2: Scan Mirror Drive malfunction .............................................. 108

7.3.4 C3: Shading Correction malfunction............................................ 109

7.3.5 C4: Cooling Fan Motor malfunction ............................................. 109

7.3.6 Cb: Communication Error ............................................................ 109

7.3.7 CL: Printer Clock malfunction ...................................................... 109

7.4 Troubleshooting for malfunction code .......................................... 110

7.4.1 L2: Projection Lamp malfunction ................................................. 110

7.4.2 C1: Scan Unit Drive Malfunction ................................................. 110

7.4.3 C2: Scan Mirror Drive malfunction .............................................. 110

7.4.4 C3: Shading Correction malfunction............................................ 111

7.4.5 C4: Cooling Fan Motor malfunction ............................................. 111

7.4.6 Cb: Communication Error ............................................................ 111

7.4.7 CL: Printer Clock malfunction ...................................................... 112

7.5 Troubleshooting for malfunction.................................................... 113

7.5.1 No Power..................................................................................... 113

7.5.2 The Projection Lamp does not Light Up ...................................... 113

7.6 Electrical Components Check ........................................................ 114

7.6.1 LA1: Projection Lamp .................................................................. 114

7.6.2 M3: Power Unit Cooling Fan Motor ............................................. 114

7.6.3 M4: Projection Lamp Cooling Fan Motor ..................................... 114

7.6.4 PC1: Image Leading Edge Sensor .............................................. 114

7.6.5 PC2: Scan Mirror Position Sensor............................................... 114

7.6.6 PC3: Reader Position Sensor ..................................................... 115

7.6.7 PC4: Scan Position Sensor ......................................................... 115

7.6.8 PU1: Power Unit .......................................................................... 115

7.6.9 PU2: Projection Lamp Regulator ................................................. 115

7.6.10 S1: Power Switch ........................................................................ 115

7.6.11 S201: Interlock Switch ................................................................. 116

7.6.12 TS1: Thermostat.......................................................................... 116

7.7 Image Troubleshooting ................................................................... 117

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Safety Precautions for Inspection and Service

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1 Safety Precautions for Inspection and

Service

When performing inspection and service procedures, observe the following precautions to prevent accidents and ensure utmost safety.

*Depending on the model, some of the precautions given in the following do not apply.

Different markings are used to denote specific meanings as detailed below.

WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

The following graphic symbols are used to give instructions that need to be observed.

Used to call the service engineer attention to what is graphically represented inside the marking (including a warning).

Used to prohibit the service engineer from doing what is graphically represented inside the marking.

Used to instruct the service engineer to do what is graphically represented inside the marking.

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WARNING

1. Always observe precautions.

• Parts requiring special attention in this product will include a label containing the mark shown on the left plus precautionary notes. Be sure to observe the precautions.

• Be sure to observe the “Safety Information” given in

Operator’s Manual.

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Safety Precautions for Inspection and Service

2. Before starting the procedures, be sure to unplug the power cord.

• This product contains a high-voltage unit and a circuit with a large current capacity that may cause an electric shock or burn.

• The product also contains parts that can jerk suddenly and cause injure.

• If this product uses a laser, laser beam leakage may cause eye damage or blindness.

3. Use the specified parts.

• For replacement parts, always use the genuine parts specified in the manufacturer’s Parts Manual. Installing a wrong or unauthorized part could cause dielectric breakdown, overload, or undermine safety devices resulting in possible electric shock or fire.

• Replace a blown electrical fuse or thermal fuse with its corresponding genuine part specified in the manufacturer’s

Parts Manual. Installing a fuse of a different make or rating could lead to a possible fire. If a thermal fuse blows frequently, the temperature control system is probably of a problem and action must be taken to eliminate the cause of the problem.

4. Handle the power cord with care and never use a multiple socket.

• Do not brake, crush or otherwise damage the power cord.

Placing a heavy object on the power cord, or pulling or bending it may damage it, resulting in a possible fire or electric shock.

• Do not use a multiple outlet to which any other appliances or machines is connected.

• Be sure the power outlet meets or exceeds the specified capacity.

5. Be careful about the high-voltage parts.

• A part marked with the symbol shown on the left carries a high voltage.

Touching it could result in an electric shock or burn. Be sure to unplug the power cord before servicing this part or the parts near it.

6. Do not keep your hands wet when performing the procedures.

• Do not unplug or plug in the power cord, or perform any kind of service or inspection with wet hands. Doing so could result in an electric shock.

Safety Precautions for Inspection and Service

7. Do not touch a high-temperature part.

• A part marked with the symbol shown on the left and other parts such as the exposure lamp and fusing roller can be very hot while the machine is energized. Touching them may result in a burn.

• Wait until these parts have cooled down before replacing them or any surrounding parts.

8. Make a ground connection at all times

(This item may not be effected in USA).

• Be sure to connect a ground wire to the ground terminal even when performing an inspection or repair. Without proper grounding, electrical leakage could result in an electric shock or fire.

• Never connect the ground wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, telephone ground wire, or a lightning conductor.

9. Do not remodel the product.

• Modifying this product in a manner not authorized by the manufacturer may result in a fire or electric shock. If this product uses a laser, laser beam leakage may cause eye damage or blindness.

10. Restore all parts and harnesses to their original positions.

• To promote safety and prevent product damage, make sure the harnesses are returned to their original positions and properly secured in their clamps and saddles in order to avoid hot parts, high-voltage parts, and sharp edges, or being crushed.

• To promote safety, make sure that all tubing and other insulating materials are returned to their original positions.

Make sure that floating components mounted on the circuit boards are at their correct distance and position off the boards.

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CAUTION

1. Precautions for Service Jobs

• A toothed washer and spring washer, if used originally, must be reinstalled.

Omitting them may result in contact failure which could cause an electric shock or fire.

• When reassembling parts, make sure that the correct screws (size, type) are used in the correct places. Using the wrong screw could lead to stripped threads, poorly secured parts, poor insulating or grounding, and result in a malfunction, electric shock or injury.

• Take great care to avoid personal injury from possible burrs and sharp edges on the parts, frames and chassis of the product.

• When moving the product or removing an option, use care not to injure your back or allow your hands to be caught in mechanisms.

2. Precautions for Servicing with Covers and Parts Removed

• Wherever feasible, keep all parts and covers mounted when energizing the product.

• If energizing the product with a cover removed is absolutely unavoidable, do not touch any exposed live parts and use care not to allow your clothing to be caught in the moving parts. Never leave a product in this condition unattended.

• Never place disassembled parts or a container of liquid on the product parts falling into, or the liquid spilling inside, the mechanism could result in an electric shock or fire.

• Never use a flammable spray near the product. This could result in a fire.

• Make sure the power cord is unplugged before removing or installing circuit boards or plugging in or unplugging connectors.

• Always use the interlock switch actuating jig to actuate an interlock switch when a cover is opened or removed. The use of folded paper or some other object may damage the interlock switch mechanism, possibly resulting in an electric shock, injury or blindness.

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Safety Precautions for Inspection and Service

3. Precautions for Working Environment

• The product must be placed on a flat, level surface that is stable and secure.

• Never place this product or its parts on an unsteady or tilting workbench when servicing.

• Provide good ventilation at regular intervals if a service job must be done in a confined space for a long period time.

• Avoid dusty locations and places exposed to oil mist or steam.

• Avoid working positions that may block the ventilation port of the product.

4. Precautions for Handling Batteries

• Replace a rundown battery with the same type as specified in the manufacturer’s parts manual.

• Before installing a new battery, make sure of the correct polarity of the installation or the battery could burst.

• Dispose of used batteries according to the local regulations.

Never dispose of them at the user’s premises or attempt to try to discharge one.

5. Precautions for Laser Beam (Products Employing Laser Only)

• Removing the cover marked with the following caution label could lead to possible exposure to the laser beam, resulting in eye damage or blindness. Be sure to unplug the power cord before removing this cover.

• If removing this cover while the power is ON is unavoidable, be sure to wear protective laser goggles that meet specifications.

• Make sure that no one enters the room when the machine is in this condition.

• When handling the laser unit, observe the “Precautions for

Handling Laser Equipment.

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DANGER

Invisible laser radiation when open.

AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE

TO BEAM

0947-7127-01

1144D270AA

1167P001AA

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Other Precautions

• To reassemble the product, reverse the order of disassembly unless otherwise specified.

• While the product is energized, do not unplug or plug connectors into the circuit boards or harnesses.

• The magnet roller generates a strong magnetic field. Do not bring it near a watch, floppy disk, magnetic card, or CRT tube.

• An air gun and vacuum cleaner generates a strong electrostatic charge that can destroy the ATDC sensor and other sensors. Before cleaning a component with one of these devices, be sure to remove all the sensors. Otherwise, use a blower brush and cloth when cleaning parts.

• When handling circuit boards with MOS ICs, observe the “INSTRUCTIONS

FOR HANDLING THE PWBs WITH MOS ICs” (applicable only to the products using MOS ICs).

• The PC Drum is a very delicate component. Observe the precautions given in

“HANDLING OF THE PC DRUM” because mishandling may result in serious image problems.

• Note that replacement of a circuit board may call for readjustments or resetting of particular items, or software installation.

• After completing a service job, perform a safety check. Make sure that all parts, wiring and screws are returned to their original positions.

• Check the area surrounding the service site for any signs of damage, wear or need of repair.

• Do not pull out the toner hopper while the toner bottle is turning. This could result in a damaged hopper motor or locking mechanism.

• If the product is to be run with the front door open, make sure that the toner hopper is in the locked position.

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1.4

Used Batteries Precautions

(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 according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

(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.

(France)

ATTENTION

Ily a danger d’explosion s’ily a remplacement incorrec de la batterie.

Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du meme type ou d’un type

équivalent recommande par le constructueur.

Mettre au rebut les batteries usageés conformément aux instructions du fabricant.

(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.

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Installation

2 Installation

2.1

Installation Environment

To ensure safety and utmost performance of the machine, the machine should not be used in a place.

1. Where it will be subject to extremely high or low temperature or humidity.

2. Which is exposed to direct sunlight.

3. Which is in the direct air stream of an air conditioner, heater, or ventilator.

4. Which puts the operators in the direct air stream of exhaust of the machine.

5. Which has poor ventilation.

6. Where ammonia gas might be generated.

7. Where it will be subject to sudden fluctuations in either temperature or humidity.

8. Which is near any kind of heating device.

9. Which does not have stable, level floor.

10. Where it may be splashed with water.

11. Which is dirty or where it will receive undue vibration.

12. Which is near volatile flammables or curtains.

NOTE:

If the machine is placed near a window, insure that the Screen faces inside, not the window.

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Usage Environment

In order to make sure the machine functions in good condition, please make sure the ambient environment satisfies the following requirements:

Temperature: 10-35°C Temperature fluctuation: ±10°C per hour or less

Humidity: 15-85% Humidity fluctuation: ±20% per hour or less

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2.3

Installing The Power Supply

1. Do not plug the Power Cord into a power outlet via an extension cord supplying electricity to more than one unit.

2. Do not connect the machine to a power outlet used for other equipment or appliances.

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3. More than one appliance connected to a single outlet could cause a drop or surge in the electrical supply, resulting in operational problems for the machine.

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Voltage fluctuation:Specified voltage: ±10%

Frequency fluctuation:Specified frequency: ±3Hz

4. The following items should be checked periodically:

Make sure the power supply plugs do not feel warm.

Power supply cords should be free of cracks and scratches.

Power supply plugs should be firmly plugged into outlets.

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Installation Space

To ensure easy machine operation, replacement of consumables, and maintenance service jobs, provide the following space for the installation of the machine.

Allow the enough space around the louver to keep the good ventilation.

100 mm or 4”

503 mm or

19-3/4”

100 mm or 4”

100 mm or 4”

821 mm or 32-3/8”

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3 General Information

3.1

Specifications

3.1.1 MS 6000

Specifications

Type:

Type of Film:

Magnification:

Screen Size

Image Rotation

Resolution:

Scanning Method

Scanning Speed

Exposure Setting

N-P/P-P Select

Scanning Mode

Output Scale:

PC Interface:

Auto Edit Function

Light Source

Power Requirement

Power Consumption

B.T.U

(British Thermal Unit)

Acoustic noise

Dimensions

Weight

Desk-Top Type Microfilm Scanner

Microfiche, Aperture Card, Jacket, Roll Films (16 mm, 35 mm),

16mm Cartridge Film both Positive and Negative

Single Lens......... 7.5X

Zoom Lens......... 9X-16X, 13X-27X, 23X-50X

300 mm X 300 mm or 12" X 12" (Scanning Area)

Prism Rotation

Carrier Rotation (Fiche Carrier 5 only)

200, 300, 400, 600, 800 dpi (PC Mode)

400, 600 dpi (PR Mode: When MSP 3000 Printer is connected)

400 dpi (PR Mode: When MSP 2000 Printer is connected)

Scanning/Scanning direction: CCD scanning

Scanning/Feeding direction: Mirror scanning

6.5 sec./1 frame scanning

5.5 sec./Multi-frame scanning

(8-1/2" X 11" or A4 Lengthwise, 400dpi, AE)

2 way Settings:

Automatic Control & Manual Control

Auto/Manual Select

Text/Photo/Fine

PC Mode: Binary, Grayscale (Option)

PR Mode: Binary

SCSI-2 (Option)

Auto Frame Masking, Auto Centering, Auto Skew Correction, Fit,

Trimming, Masking, Electrical Zoom, Electrical Image Rotation

Halogen Lamp (20V 150W DDL Type)

120VAC (60Hz), 220/240VAC (50-60Hz)

Less than 350W (with all options)

900 BTU (Reader Mode)

850 BTU (Scan Mode)

53 dB or less (Scanning)

50 dB or less (Reader)

503 mm (W) x 821 mm (D) x 716 mm (H) or

19-3/4" (W) x 32-3/8" (D) x 28-1/4" (H)

39 Kg or 86 lbs

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Specifications

Standard Accessories

Options:

Power Cord, Printer Cable, Operator’s Manual

Lenses, Prism Unit, Fiche Carrier 5, Universal Carrier UC-2, Roll

Film Carrier 9B, Roll Film Carrier 15A/15M, Roll Film Carrier 21,

MARS Controller 4, MARS Mini Controller 2, Manual Frame

Masking Kit, Counter Kit, Foot Switch Kit, PC Interface Kit,

Grayscale Memory Board

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3.1.2 MS 6000 & MSP3000 Printer System

Specifications

Type:

Printing Method:

Resolution:

Print Size:

Print Speed:

First Print Time:

Warm-up Time:

Multiple Printing:

Paper Supply:

Power Consumption:

Printer‘s Dimensions

Printer‘s Weight

Printer’s Option:

Microfilm Scanner Printer System

Laser Electrostatic

400, 600 dpi

8-1/2"

× 11" (or A4) Crosswise, 11" × 17" (or A3) Lengthwise

8-1/2"

× 11" (or A4) Lengthwise, 8-1/2" × 14" (or B4) Lengthwise

20 sheets per minute (8-1/2"

× 11" or A4: Crosswise)

13 seconds (8-1/2"

× 11" or A4: Crosswise)

Less than 70 seconds

1-19 sheets (LED countdown identification)

Automatic Feeding System

Paper Feeding Tray (250 sheets max.)

Paper Cassette 1 (250 sheets max.)

Paper Cassette 2 (250 sheets max.): Option

Less than 1100W (Scanner: 350W, Printer: 750W)

561mm (W) x 521mm(D) x 409 mm (H) or

22" (W) x 20-1/2" (D) x 16" (H)

28 Kg or 61-3/4 lbs (including Imaging Cartridge)

Second Paper Cassette Unit

3.1.3 MS 6000 & MSP2000 Printer System

Specifications

Type:

Printing Method:

Resolution:

Print Size:

Print Speed:

First Print Time:

Warm-up Time:

Multiple Printing:

Paper Supply:

Power Consumption:

Printer’s Dimensions

Printer’s Weight

Printer’s Option:

Microfilm Scanner Printer System

Laser Electrostatic

400 dpi

8-1/2"

× 11" (or A4)

8 sheets per minute (8-1/2"

× 11" or A4)

19 seconds (8-1/2"

× 11" or A4)

Less than 20 seconds

1-19 sheets (LED countdown identification)

Automatic Feeding System

Multipurpose tray (150 sheets max.)

Less than 930W (Scanner: 350W, Printer: 580W)

394 mm(W) x 446 mm(D) x 328 mm(H) or

15-1/2"(W) x 17-1/2"(D) x 13"(H)

17 lbs. (7.8kg) <Including Toner/Drum Cartridge>

Face-Up Tray

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General Information

3.2

System Configuration

Scanner

3

Projection Lens

-Single Lens - Zoom Lens

7.5X

9-16X

FC-5

Film Carrier

RFC-21

13-27X 23-50X

Auto Retrieval Controller

MARS C-4

RFC-9B

MARS MINI 2

RFC-15A

UC-2

RFC-15M

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3.3

Connection Mode

This Scanner is available in the following configurations.

3.3.1 PR Mode (Scanner + Printer)

The Scanner is connected to a dedicated printer, allowing scanned images to be printed out directly.

MSP3000 Printer

MSP2000 Printer

Each scanner is designed exclusively for use with its respective Printer.

3.3.2 PC Mode (Scanner + Personal Computer)

The Scanner is connected to a personal computer and the scanned images can be uploaded to the computer. An optional PC interface kit required for connection to a personal computer.

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Connection to a personal computer and printer can be switched using

Control Panel.

General Information

3.4

Parts Identification

1 2

3

4

3

13

12

11

10

9

1. Screen

2. Control Panel

3. Option Interface Connector (option)

4. Fuse Holder

5. Power Cord Socket

6. Printer Connector

7. SCSI Connector

8. Power Switch

9. Projection Unit

10. Image Rotation Knob

11. Fiche Carrier 5 (option)

12. Brightness Select Lever

13. Projection Lens (option)

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7

6

5

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3.5

Component Layout

1

2

3

General Information

4

5

6

7

8

1. 1st Reader Path Mirror

2. 2nd Reader Path Mirror

3. 2nd Scan Path Mirror

4. Screen

5. 1st Scan Path Mirror

9 10

6. Scan Table

7. Projection Lens

8. Projection Lamp

9. 3rd Scan Path Mirror

10. CCD Assy

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3.6

Electrical Components Layout

PU2

M3

F1

PWB-A

PWB-BB

PWB-T

L1

PU1

PC3

PWB-J

PC4

PWB-EE

M1 PWB-G

PC2

PC1

S1

PWB-SS

M2

M4

S201

TS1

LA1

PWB-C

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PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PU1

PU2

PWB-A

PWB-BB

M1

M2

M3

M4

Symbol

F1

L1

LA1

Name

Fuse

Filter Coil

Projection Lamp

Scan Motor

Scan Table Motor

Power Unit Cooling Fan Motor

Projection Lamp Cooling Fan Motor

Image Leading-Edge Position Sensor

Scan Mirror Position Sensor

Reader Position Sensor

Scan Position Sensor

Main Power Unit

Projection Lamp Regulator

CCD Board

Main Control Board

PWB-C

PWB-EE

PWB-G

PWB-J

PWB-SS

PWB-T

S1

S201

Control Panel Board

Printer I/F Board

Scan Table Connecting Board

Grayscale Memory Board

PC I/F Board

Motor Drive Board

Power Switch

Interlock Switch

TS1 Thermostat

*PWB-J, PWB-SS : Option

General Information

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General Information

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PU-3

PWB-D

(PWB-F)

M5

CNT1

PWB-Y

PWB-X

VR1

Symbol

CNT1

M5

PU3

PWB-D

PWB-F

PWB-X

PWB-Y

Name

Total Counter

Auto Image Rotation Motor

Option Power Unit (for RFC-21)

Option I/F Board (for RFC-15A/M, UC-2, MARS)

Option I/F Board (for RFC-21, UC-2, MARS)

Manual Masking Board

Manual Masking Board

VR1 Auto Image Rotation Volume

*CNT1, PU3, PWB-D, PWB-F, PWB-X, PWB-Y : Option

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3.7

Electrical Parts Function

Symbol Name

CNT1

F1

L1

LA1

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PU1

PU2

Total Counter

Fuse

Filter Coil

Projection Lamp

Scan Motor

Scan Table Motor The motor for moving a scanning table to a reader position and a scanning position.

Power Unit Cooling Fan Motor Exhausts the heated air surrounding the

Power Unit out of the machine.

Projection Lamp Cooling Fan

Motor

Auto Image Rotation Motor

Image Leading-Edge Position

Sensor

Exhausts the heated air surrounding the

Projection Lamp out of the machine.

The motor which rotate a prism.

Detects the slit on the Scan Mirror mounting plate.

Leading-edge detect :L

Scan Mirror Position Sensor

Reader Position Sensor

Scan Position Sensor

Main Power Unit

Detects the home position of the Scan Mirror.

Scan Mirror home position detect :L

Detects the reader position of the Scan Table.

Reader position detect :L

Detects the scan position of the Scan Table.

Scan position detect :L

Converts the power voltage from AC voltage into DC voltage.

Projection Lamp Regulator

Function

Counts the number of prints.

Power Fuse

100/120V Area: 250V, 10A

220-240V Area: 250V, 6.3A

Power-supply noise filter

The source of the light for projecting the film image

The motor which rotate the 1st scanning mirror when carrying out scan of the film image to CCD.

PU3

PWB-A

PWB-BB

PWB-C

PWB-D

PWB-EE

PWB-F

Option Power Unit

(for RFC-21)

CCD Board

Main Control Board

Control Panel Board

Option I/F Board

Printer I/F Board

Option I/F Board

Converts the power voltage from AC voltage into DC voltage and supplies that to LA1.

Converts the power voltage from AC voltage into DC voltage (DC-24V) and supplies that to optional RFC21.

The CCD reads the film image.

Controls all machine operation.

The keys and LEDs which make operation of the machine possible are included.

The Interface board which connects an option

(RFC, MARS).

Communicates with the Main Control Board and printer.

Communicates with the Main Control Board and option (MARS, RFC).

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General Information

Symbol Name

PWB-G Scan Table Connecting Board

Function

Connects the Scan Table Section and Main

Harness of the machine.

PWB-J Grayscale Memory Board PC Mode:

Memory used when image is read with

Grayscale.

PR Mode:

Memory used when image is read by print reserve function.

PWB-SS PC I/F Board

PWB-T

PWB-X

PWB-Y

S1

S201

TS1

VR1

Motor Drive Board

Manual Masking Board

(Horizontal)

Manual Masking Board

(Vertical)

Power Switch

Interlock Switch

Thermostat

Auto Image Rotation Volume

Communicates with the Personal Computer and machine.

The substrate which controls the motors.

The substrate which specifies the Masking position of the horizontal direction.

The substrate which specifies the Masking position of the vertical direction.

Turns ON or OFF the machine.

Detects the removing or installing of the

Projection Unit.

Cuts off the current to the Projection Lamp

(LA1) when it detects overheating.

(Rating: 195

°C)

The Volume which adjusts the rotation direction and the speed of an auto image rotation motor (M5).

CNT1, PU3, PWB-D, PWB-F, PWB-J, PWB-SS, PWB-X, PWB-Y: Option

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3.8

Connectors Layout

General Information

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CN1 3P

CN2 2P

CN3 2P

CN4 4P

CN5 2P

CN6 2P

CN7 3P

CN8 2P

CN10 3P

CN11 6P

CN12 12P

CN15 3P

CN17 5P

CN18 3P

CN19 2P

CN21 4P

CN40 6P

CN41 3P

*PJ9BB, PJ12BB: Not Used

CN42 3P

CN43 6P

PJ10 3P

PJ11 3P

PJ1A 4P

PJ2A 20P

PJ3A 10P

PJ1BB 3P

PJ2BB 20P

PJ3BB 10P

PJ4BB 24P

PJ5BB 32P

PJ6BB 60P

PJ7BB 26P

PJ8BB 30P

PJ9BB 18P

PJ10BB 7P

PJ11BB 11P

PJ12BB 4P

PJ1C 28P

PJ2C 3P

PJ1T 4P

PJ2T 32P

PJ3T 9P

PJ4T 8T

PJ5T 6T

PJ1PU1 3P

PJ2PU1 4P

PJ3PU1 6P

PJ4PU1 3P

PJ1PU2 3P

PJ2PU2 4P

PJ3PU2 2P

PJ1PU3 5P

PJ1PU3 6P

PJ2PU3 4P

PJ1EE 60P

PJ2EE 80P

PJ3EE 50P

PJ4EE 40P

PJ1G 20P

PJ2G 20P

PJ1SS 80P

PJ2SS 50P

General Information

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CN13 9P

CN20 11P

CN28 6P

CN75 8P

CN76 9P

CN77 8P

CN78 9P

PJ1D/F 5P

PJ2D/F 13P

PJ3F 2P

PJ1X 8P

PJ2X 9P

PJ1Y 8P

PJ2Y 9P

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3.9

Electrical Service Parts on P.W.Boards

NOTE

Do not touch the electric parts which has not indicated of this section.

3.9.1 Main Control Board (PWB-BB)

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DSW1

DSW1...For Factory Use Only

(Normally all switches are OFF position.)

*Do not change to ON position.

3.9.2 I/F Board (PWB-EE)

OSC2 OSC1

OSC1 ...Oscillator (42.3158MHz): For 400dpi Printer

OSC2 ...Oscillator (95.2106MHz): For 600dpi Printer

General Information

3.9.3 I/F Board (PWB-SS)

3

RSW1

RSW1

.. For SCSI ID setting

F1

3.9.4 Main Power Unit (PU1)

VR61

VR62

VR63

VR61: For Factory use *Do Not Touch

VR62: For Factory use *Do Not Touch

VR63: For Factory use *Do Not Touch

F1: Fuse

AC250V 12A (100/120V area)

AC250V 6.3A (220/240V area)

3.9.5 Projection Lamp Regulator (PU2)

F1

VR61

VR63

VR62

VR61: Projection Lamp voltage adjustment

VR62: For Factory use *Do Not Touch

VR63: For Factory use *Do Not Touch

F1: Fuse

AC125V 5A (100/120V area)

AC250V 5A (220/240V area)

3.9.6 Optional Power Unit (PU3)

VR1: For Factory use *Do Not Touch

VR1

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3.10

Explanation of Control Panel

3.10.1 Control Panel (Basic)

Output

Selection

Tray

Cassette1

Cassette2

Auto Skew

Correction

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Centering/Fit

Auto

Manual

Masking

Text

Fine

Photo

Auto

Nega

Posi

Print Mode

Resolution

Film Type

Job Recall

Darker

Zoom +

Auto

Zoom clr

Lighter

Zoom -

11

15

PC/PR

Start

C

Shift

General Information

1

4

5

2

3

6

7

8

7

10

12

13

14

16

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General Information

1.

Size Selection Key: Select the paper feeding source according to the format of the film image that is being reflected in the screen.

: when this lamp is lit:

A 90 degree image rotation is performed during printing.

The image on the screen will be rotated 90 degrees. Consequently, the screen image will be oriented horizontally on paper that is positioned lengthwise, and vertically on paper that is positioned crosswise.

when this lamp is blink:

The Auto Film Format Select Print function is available when Letter (or A4) size paper is placed in both lengthwise and crosswise positions in the paper feeding tray and paper feeding cassette. Paper that best suits the format of the image on the screen will be used for printing.

2.

Auto Skew

Correction Key:

Tray: Prints the film image on paper fed from the print tray.

Cassette1: Prints the film image on paper fed from the cassette 1.

Cassette2: Prints the film image on paper fed from the cassette 2. (when the Tray and Cassette1 indicators are both lit)

This key is used to turn the Auto Skew Correction function ON or OFF. When this function is applied, the Auto

Skew Correction indicator will turn on and the system will correct any skew of the image during printing.

* After printing, the skew can be reset or retained.

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General Information

3.

Centering/Fit Key: When this key is pressed, the setting rotates from OFF to the Centering and Fit functions.

When Auto Masking, Trimming, or Masking are set to off, Auto Masking will automatically be enabled when

Centering is selected.

Centering:

Places a screen image that had been searched using Auto masking or an image that has been trimmed in the center of the page.

Fit:

Enlarges a screen image that had been searched using Auto masking or an image that has been trimmed to fit the page.

*When Masking is selected or when the

Scanner is connected to the PC, this mode cannot be used.

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General Information

4.

Masking Key:

5.

Print Mode Key:

When pressed, this key rotates from OFF to the Auto,

Trimming or Masking functions.

Each time this key is pressed, selection is switched in order of "OFF

→ Auto Masking → Manual Trimming →

Manual Masking

→ OFF."

Auto Masking:

The Auto Masking function will omit the frame

(non-image area) of a printed film image.

• The previous Centering/Fit setting is applied whenever ON is selected from the OFF state.

• If OFF is selected from the ON state, Centering/Fit is disabled.

* Auto Masking is not applicable with the Masking or

Trimming settings.

Trimming:

When ON is selected, the image is printed

(scanned) with the non-image area (frame) automatically masked.

Masking:

Prints only the image outside of the area that is defined on the Screen.

• If Trimming is selected from the OFF state, the previously entered settings for Centering/Fit and Manual Masking are applied.

• From Trimming, when Masking is selected, the

Centering/Fit setting is disabled and the previous settings for the Masking area are applied.

• The manual masking area will be cancelled whenever OFF is selected from the Masking state.

* Neither Trimming nor Masking are available through the Auto Masking function.

* Trimming and Masking cannot be set when the

Scanner is connected to the PC.

Allows you to fine tune the image quality of the print according to the original being used. Rotate between

Text, Fine and Photo with every press of this key.

Text: For use with text images.

Fine: For use with lower grades of film.

Photo: For use with photo images.

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6.

Film Type Key: Rotates between Auto, Nega, and Posi each time the key is pressed.

Auto: The scanner automatically determines between the film type options of negative or positive for print production.

Nega: Select when using negative film. Dark and light values of the print will be reversed.

Posi: Select when using positive film. Dark and light values of the print will be consistent with the image on film.

7.

Exposure

Adjustment Keys:

8.

Exposure Mode

Key:

Use this key to adjust the image density of the image to be printed during the Auto or Manual Exposure mode.

The Darker key supports darker image density and the

Lighter key supports lighter image density.

Press to select between the Auto or Manual Exposure mode.

9.

Exposure Display: Indicates the current density level of the printed image.

10. Exposure Mode

Indicator:

Auto Exposure mode is indicated when the green Auto light is on. The green Auto light turns off when the Scanner is in the Manual Exposure mode.

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General Information

11. Multi-Print Display: Shows the number of prints set to be made. Also displays corresponding codes in the event of a malfunction or paper misfeed. The blinking number in this display indicates the Scanner in operation.

CL

PE

P0

P1

C8

C9

CA

Cb

C3

C4

C6

C7

Display

L2

C1

C2

P2

P3

E1

E2

Contents

Projection Lamp malfunction

Scan Unit Drive malfunction

Scan Mirror Drive malfunction

Shading Correction malfunction

Cooling Fan Motor malfunction

Fusing malfunction

Laser Diode malfunction

Polygon Motor malfunction

Main Motor malfunction

Cooling Fan Motor malfunction

Communication Error

Unit

Scanner

Printer

Scanner

Printer

Scanner

Printer

Printer Clock malfunction

Paper Empty

Paper Size Error

Paper Misfeed

(Paper Take-up Section)

Paper Misfeed

(Paper Transport Section)

Paper Misfeed

(Fusing Section)

Printer Power OFF or Cable disconnect

Top Cover Open

12. Add Toner Indicator: Blinks when the Imaging Cartridge or Toner Cartridge of the Printer is running out of toner and lights up when the cartridge has completely run out of toner.

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General Information

13. Memory Input Key: To store one of the following functions into the memory of the Scanner, first set one of the functions on Control

Panel and then press this button with the head of a pen or other device. The next time the scanner is turned

ON, that function will appear as a default setting until a new one is entered. (Maximum three kind of setting can be memorized.)

1) Film Type

2) Print mode

3) Output Selection

4) Print image density

5) Exposure mode

6) Centering or Fit

7) Masking

8) Auto Skew Correction

9) Horizontal Area setting

10) Vertical Area setting

11) Electrical Zoom

12) Resolution

14. Clear/Stop Key:

15. Multi-Print Keys:

16. Start Key:

If you do not press the pinhole for at least 60 seconds after a setting has been made with the Auto Reset function set to ON, the previous setting remains valid.

Press to clear the setting on the Multi-Print Display, resetting it to “1” or to stop a multi-print cycle.

This key is used to set the number of prints when printing continuous, multiple pages.

The value of this setting increases by one (1, 2, 3...) with every push of the key. (Maximum 19)

* PR mode only.

Press to make a print (scan) of the image shown on the

Screen.

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General Information

3.10.2 Control Panel (Shift Function)

Output

Selection

Tray

Cassette1

Cassette2

Auto Skew

Correction

Centering/Fit

Auto

Manual

Masking

Text

Fine

Photo

Auto

Nega

Posi

Print Mode

Resolution

Film Type

Job Recall

Darker

Zoom +

Auto

Zoom clr

Lighter

Zoom -

1

4

2

3

6

PC/PR

Start

C

Shift

5

3

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1. Lamp Illuminance Key:

2. Resolution Key:

3. Job Recall Key:

4. Zoom Key:

5. Shift Key:

6. PC/PR Key:

When this key is pressed together with the Shift

Key, the illumination of the screen is adjusted.

When this key is continuously pressed, the screen is gradually darkened until it is turned OFF. When any key is pressed then, the illumination returns to the maximum level.

When this key is pressed together with the Shift

Key, the resolution of the Scanner is set.

When the Scanner is connected to the Printer: 4H and 6H

When the Scanner is connected to the PC: 2H, 3H,

4H, 6H and 8H

* 4H represents 400dpi and 6H represents 600dpi.

When this key is pressed together with the Shift

Key, the program registration locations (1J, 2J and

3J) are called. Each time this key is pressed while the Shift Key is held down, the display is switched in order of 1J

→ 2J → 3J.

When this key is pressed together with the Shift

Key, the electrical zoom magnification is set.

Zoom+: When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the magnification is increased by an increment of 0.01X

(up to 2.00X).

Zoom clr: When this key is held down together with the Shift Key for one second, the standard magnification is resumed.

Zoom-: When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the magnification is decreased by a decrement of 0.01X

(down to 0.50X).

Executes an expansion function when being pressed together with the intended function key.

When this key is pressed together with the Shift

Key, the connection to the PC or to the Printer is selected.

*This key is not valid unless the PC interface kit

(optional) is installed.

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General Information

3.11

Image Processing

Screen Image

Print Image

Auto Masking

Explanation

The system masks the black bands that run along the edges of the image.

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Trimming

Masking

Centering

Fit

Auto Skew Correction

The system masks everything but the center of the image.

The Manual Frame Masking Kit (option) is required.

The system masks the center of the image appearing on the screen through the Manual

Frame Masking Panel function.

The Manual Frame Masking Kit (option) is required.

The system generates an image that is centered on the printed page, from an image on the screen with a masked frame.

Fit the image on the Screen onto the entire surface of the print.

The machine automatically correct any skew of the image when printed.

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Screen Image

Print Image

Auto Format Print

General Information

Explanation

The machine automatically determines the format (portrait or landscape) of the image on the Screen and prints it as necessary.

Electrical Zoom The system magnifies the screen image according to the size of paper being used. The range of standard magnification is 1.41X for

A3, 1.55X for Ledger, 1.27X for Legal and

1.22X for B4 sized paper.

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4 Mechanical and Electrical

4.1

Illumination Mechanism

4.1.1 Overview

The Illumination Mechanism efficiently uses the light produced by the

Projection Lamp to supply the most suitable amount of light for the projection of the Microfilm. This amount of light is determined by the size of the Microfilm and by the magnification ratio of the Lens selected for use.

4.1.2 Projection Lamp (LA1)

A DC20V, 150W halogen Lamp is used as the light source for the reader and printer functions.

The Projection Lamp is integrated with a Lamp Reflector which is a polygon mirror to ensure even illuminance.

NOTE

1. Whenever the Projection Lamp Unit is removed, Make sure that the

Power Switch is turned OFF.

2. Never touch the Projection Lamp immediately after it is turned OFF: be careful, it is extremely hot.

3. Do not touch with hand or dirty with grease the surfaces of the

Projection Lamp and Lamp Reflector.

Projection Lamp (LA1)

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4.1.3 Projection Lamp Voltage Control Circuit

The intensity of the light emitted by the Projection Lamp is adjusted to a level optimum for the image density by controlling the voltage applied to the Projection Lamp.

The exposure data optimum for film image density is determined through auto exposure data sampling made during prescan.

This exposure data is output as a Projection Lamp clock from the Main

Control Board (PWB-BB) to the Projection Lamp Regulator (PU2).

The ON and OFF periods of the Projection Lamp clock extending 606

µsec. are varied to control the Lamp voltage. The longer the OFF time,

the higher the Lamp voltage.

Projection Lamp clock

ON OFF

H

L

606

µsec

.

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4.1.4 Thermostat (TS1)

To avoid any of the troubles accompanying an excessive rise in the temperature inside the machine caused by a failure of the Cooling Fan to dissipate heat produced by the Projection Lamp, there is a Thermostat installed at the back of the Projection Lamp.

When the ambient temperature of the Projection Lamp exceeds 122

°C the

Heat-Sensitive Plate expands pushing up the Pusher Pin, which in turn cuts off the current to the Projection Lamp Circuit.

The Circuit is reset by pushing the Reset Pin.

Thermostat

Reset Pin

Bi-metal

Pin

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4.1.5 Condenser Lens

G Overview

Not only must the amount of light projected onto the Screen or CCD remain even despite changes in the microfilm or magnification ratio, but also the light coming from the Projection Lamp must be efficiently condensed. To accomplish this, the machine is equipped with two

Movable Condenser Lens: one convex and one concave.

G Movable Condenser Lenses

The Brightness Shift Lever is moved manually according to the magnification of the Projection Lens being used so that the Movable

Condenser Lenses are moved to the set position. The set position is colorcoded, TYPE 1 to 3, each defined by a corresponding magnification of the

Projection Lens.

TYPE

TYPE1

TYPE1

TYPE2

TYPE3

Lens Magnification

7.5X

9X-16X

13X-27X

23X-50X

Color Code

Blue

Blue

Green

Yellow

G Condenser Mirror

Light from the Projection Lamp after having passed through the Movable

Condenser Lenses strikes this Mirror and is reflected onto the Fresnel

Lens.

G Fresnel Lens

The Fresnel Lens, which is an acrylic plate with stepped setbacks, ensures even illuminance from the Lamp.

Fresnel Lens

Movable Condenser

Lenses

Projection

Lamp

Condenser Mirror

Brightness

Shift Lever

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4.1.6 Projection Lens

The Projection Lens enlarges the image of the Microfilm and projects it onto the Screen or CCD.

Each Projection Lens comes in a unit. The Focus Ring and Zoom Ring of the Unit are used to bring the image on the Screen into focus and enlarge or reduce it, respectively.

The Prism Lens for image rotation is installed in the Prism Holder fixed to the machine.

The Projection Lens Unit is slid into position in the Lens Holder of the machine. To insert the Unit, raise the Prism Holder and, at the same time, push it into position.

When a Projection Lens Unit is installed, the Brightness Shift Lever must be moved as required according to each magnification.

Prism Unit

Prism Holder

Zoom Ring

Lens Holder

Focus Ring

Projection Lens Unit

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4.2

Image Rotation

The Prism Unit is rotated to correct any tilt of the image microfilm projected on the Screen.

4.2.1 Prism Rotation

The Auto Image Rotating Knob is linked to the Auto Image Rotating

Variable Resistor (VR1). Turning the Knob clockwise or counterclockwise turns the Auto Image Rotating Motor (M5) whose drive is transmitted via a belt to the Prism Gear, thus turning the Prism Unit.

Belt

Pulley

Auto Image Rotating

Variable Resistor (VR1)

Auto Image

Rotating Motor

(M5)

Prism Unit

Prism Gear

Auto Image

Rotating Knob

4.2.2 Auto Image Rotating Motor (M5) Control Circuit

When the Auto Image Rotating Knob is at the home position (center), voltage at PJ2C-2 is set at DC2.5V and the Auto Image Rotating Motor

(M5) remains stationary.

PJ2C-2 reads fluctuations of the input voltages as the Auto Image

Rotating Knob is turned, there by determining the direction of rotation of the Auto Image Rotating Motor.

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4.3

Optical Section

4.3.1 Overview

The basic function of the Optical Section is to project an enlargement of the image on the microfilm onto the Screen when in the Reader Mode and onto the CCD when in the Scan Mode.

There is a unique light path formed in each of these modes.

The light path formed in the Reader Mode is called the Reader Path and that formed in the Scan Mode is called the Scan Path.

Each light path is formed by two Reader Path Mirrors and three Scan path

Mirrors.

1st Reader Path Mirror

2nd Reader Path Mirror

2nd Scan Path Mirror

Reader

Path

1st Scan Path

Mirror

Projection Lamp

Scan Path

CCD

3rd Scan Path Mirror

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4.3.2 Reader Path

The Reader Path is established when the Power Switch is turned ON and remains formed except during a scan movement.

The image on the microfilm is projected onto the entire area of the Screen by means of the two Reader Path Mirrors.

The light path between the Projection Lamp and Screen measures

1,293mm.

4.3.3 Scan Path

When in the Scan mode, the 1st Scan Path Mirror moves to a position that will block the Reader Path.

It then turns to direct the film image through the four Scan Path Mirrors onto the CCD so that it can read the image data in the sub-scanning direction.

The light path between the Projection Lamp and CCD measures

1,298mm.

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4.3.4 Scan Table Drive Mechanism

The Reader Path is switched from the Printer Path, or vice versa, by moving the Scan Table to the respective positions.

The Scan Table is driven from the Scan Table Drive Motor (M2). The direction and speed of rotation of the Scan Table Drive Motor (M2) are controlled by the outputs from pins 3, 4, 5 and 6 (øA, øB, øA, and øB) of

PJ5T on the Motor Drive Board (PWB-T).

Reader Position

Reader Position

Sensor (PC3)

Scan Table Drive

Motor (M2)

Scan Position

Scan Position

Sensor (PC4)

To switch from the Reader Path to the Printer Path, the Scan Table Drive

Motor M3 is energized there by moving the Scan Table toward the Printer

Position.

The Scan Table at the Reader Position is detected by the Reader Position

Sensor (PC3) and that at the Printer Position is detected by the Scan

Position Sensor (PC4).

It takes less than 1.3 sec. for the Scan Table to move from the Reader to

Printer Position.

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4.3.5 Scan Mirror Motion Control

The motion of the Scan Mirror is controlled by the Scan Lever and Shaft as the Shaft is driven by the Scanning Motor (M1).

The Scan Mirror scans the image of the microfilm at a speed 1/631.6 of the Scanning Motor (M1).

Once the prescan motion is initiated, the leading edge of the image is synchronized with that of the paper, and the completion of the scan motion is detected, by the Scan Start Position Sensor (PC1) which are activated and deactivated by the cutouts in the light blocking Lever.

Scan Mirror first makes a prescan motion for reading the data before making the scan motion.

Light blocking Lever

Scan Mirror Position

Sensor (PC2)

Scanning Motor (M1)

Image Leading-Edge

Position Sensor (PC1)

Scan Mirror

: Prescan

Shaft

Scan Lever

: Scan

The Image Leading-Edge Position Sensor (PC1) and Scan Mirror Position

Sensor (PC2) detect the cutouts in the light blocking lever.

The starting position for the prescan or scan motion is determined by particular states of these sensors, blocked (activated) or unblocked

(deactivated), as detailed below.

Scan Motion

Prescan

Scan

PC1

ON (blocked)

ON (blocked)

PC2

OFF (unblocked)

ON (blocked)

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4.3.6 Mirror Scan Motor (M1) Control Circuit

Drive of the Scanning Motor (M1) is controlled by the signals which are input to the Motor Driver Board (PWB-T) from the Main Control Board

(PWB-BB).

These signals determine the direction (forward or backward) and speed of rotation of the Scanning Motor when the Scan Mirror makes a prescan and scan motion.

These signals cause the Scanning Motor drive pulses to be output from the pins (A, B, A, B) of the Motor Driver Board (PWB-T), which turns the

Scanning Motor (M1).

Motor

DC24V

A

A

N S

S N

B

DC24V

B

6

7

4

5

8

2

3

Step A

1 L

L

H

H

H

H

H

L

L

L

B A

H H

H

H

L L

H L

H L

H H

H H

L

L

H

H

L

H

H

B

H

Motor

Scan(800dpi)

Scan(600dpi)

Scan(400dpi)

Scan(300dpi)

Scan(200dpi)

Prescan

Step Speed (Full Size)

1

2

3

4

→→

5

6

7

8

1

.....

82.5mm/sec.

1

2

3

4

→→

5

6

7

8

1

.....

110mm/sec.

1

2

3

4

→→

5

6

7

8

1

.....

165 mm/sec.

1

2

3

4

→→

5

6

7

8

1

.....

220 mm/sec.

2

4

6

8

2

.....

8

6

4

2

8

.....

330 mm/sec.

330 mm/sec.

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4.4

CCD Section

There are five 960-pixel CCD sensor chips arranged in a zigzag as illustrated below.

The total number or pixels that can be read is 4,800 with a resolution of

400dpi.

Reading With: 304.8 mm or more

Pixel Size: 63.5

µm x 63.5 µm

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4.5

Image Bus

The image data read by the CCD goes through analog-to-digital conversion before being output.

CCD

The CCD (Charge Coupled Device) reads the data on the Film.

PWB-A

PWB-BB

Shading correction

The elemental output signals are evened out in compensation for uneven illuminance of the

Projection Lamp and sensitivity variations among

CCD cells and Projection Lens.

Shading Correction

If the CCD were to read the reflected light from an original having a uniform density, the outputs along the length of that CCD may vary individually due to uneven light distribution along the length of the

Lamp and varying sensitivities of different CCD chips. These variations are corrected through shading correction.

White Black

Image

4

White

CCD output

Black

White

After Shading Correction

A/D conversion

Line memory

Density conversion

A

Black

The analog image signals output from the CCD are converted to digital image signals.

The pixel signals from the five CCD chips are output serially in the order of CCD1, CCD2, CCD3,

CCD4, and CCD5.

The data read by the CCD is proportionate to the intensity of the light that has passed through the film. A conversion formula is used to convert the data read by the CCD into the image density data which has a characteristic linear to the film density.

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A

Resolution conversion

Converts the output resolution

(from 400 dpi to 800, 600, 300 or 200 dpi).

Magnification Change in main scanning direction

Enlargement or reduction in the main scanning direction.

Centering in main scanning direction

Centers the image data by shifting it in the main scanning direction.

MTF correction

Edge emphasis and smoothing are carried out.

• Edge Emphasis (Text Image)

The outlines of characters and fine lines are made sharper as they appear on the copy by correcting the

MTF (modulation transfer function) characteristics

(resolution).

*MTF: Modulation Transfer Function

Linear

γ conversion

• Smoothing (Photo Image)

Image noise contained in the solid area of the image is reduced to smooth the image, thereby improving image quality of photos.

Contrast fine-adjustment

(

γ : Density reproduction curve)

Nonlinear conversion

Enhances reproduction of characters and fine lines that are low in contrast.

Conversion into binary

Converts 8-bit image data into binary image data by

comparing to a certain threshold.

PWB-BB

B

Binary Image

C

Grayscale Image

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B

Binary Image

PWB-BB

PWB-EE

Frame Masking

Erases the frame to prevent the areas outside the image from being output.

Grayscale Image

C

Serial-to-parallel conversion

Converts pixel-by-pixel serial image data into a corresponding set of parallel data for 8 pixels.

Image rotated 90

°

Serial-to-parallel conversion

The image data is rotated by

90 degrees and converts pixel-by-pixel serial image data into a corresponding set of parallel data for 8 pixels.

PWB-J

Image memory (option) Image memory (standard)

Binary: Stores every 8 pixel temporarily.

Grayscale: Stores every 1 pixel temporarily.

Parallel-to-serial conversion

Converts parallel data for 8 pixels into a corresponding set of pixel-by-pixel serial image data.

Printer I/F

Transfers parallel image data for 8 pixels to the Printer.

PWB-SS

SCSI I/F

Transfers parallel image data for

8 pixels to the host computer.

Printer Host Computer (PC)

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4.6

Auto Masking

Mechanical and Electrical

4.6.1 Overview

If a print is made from an image that is projected smaller than the Markers on the screen, the non-image areas of the film result in black bands running around the image on the print.

The Auto Masking Function Automatically detects the non-image areas of the film.

4.6.2 Masking Area Detection

The CCD Board (PWB-A) is detects the density of the film image.

If Auto Masking is selected on the control panel, the CCD Board (PWB-A) detects the masking area (By measuring the intensity of light) while the

Scan Mirror makes a prescan motion.

4.6.3 Requirements for Auto Masking

G Film Requirements

Film Base Density

Background Density

Negative

0.2 or less

0.8 or more

Positive

0.8 or more

0.2 or more

Main Scanning Direction

(CCD)

Feed Direction

(scanning direction)

Screen

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G

Effective Image and Effective Frame

Screen

45mm or more

10mm or more

10mm or more 45mm or more

Effective Image Width: The image is considered as an image if it extends

45 mm or more .

Effective Frame Width: The frame is considered as a frame if it extends 10 mm or more.

* The effective image width in the vertical and horizontal direction must be

45 mm or more.

G Memorandum Image Masking

Screen

A

17mm or more

X L

Image Width : X + L

Memorandum Image width: X= 12mm or more

Memorandum Image length: 17mm or more

X

≤ L-17mm : Detected as a Blip

L-17mm < X

≤ L+17mm: Unfixed

L+17mm

≤ X: Detected as a Blip

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G

Memo image away from the frame (A Island blip)

An island blip (a blip that positions away from the image) is not masked; it is considered as a normal.

Screen

A

10mm or more

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4.7

Auto Image Skew Correction

4.7.1 Overview

The CCD Board (PWB-A) detects the image which skew on the screen and corrects automatically at the time of scan.

Corrects of the straight image by rotating the prism unit by the auto image rotation motor (M5).

4.7.2 Requirements for Auto Skew Correction

10mm or more 10mm or more

10mm or more

100mm or more less than 30

°

45mm or more

Image slant:

Image Size: less than 30

°°°°

100mm x 45mm or more

Frame of Image: 10mm or more

10mm or more

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4.8

Manual Frame Masking

The machine makes a print of the area of image on the Screen defined with the Manual Masking Panels.

The print area is defined independently in the vertical direction and horizontal direction. If none is specified, the machine makes a normal print.

There are 42 LEDs/switches laid out both in the horizontal as well as vertical direction. Two Clear Buttons are placed; one at the bottom of the vertical row of LEDs/switches and the other on the left end of the horizontal row of LEDs/switches.

Screen

LED/switches

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Clear Button

LED/switches

The machine makes a print of only the image area defined with the

LED/Switches.

Paper

Print Area

A B C D

E F G H

I J K L

MN O P

F G

J K

Print Area

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4.9

2 to 1 Printing Function

4.9.1 Overview

As shown above, two scanners, each equipped with the 2-to-1 Printing

Function, can be connected to a single printer which manages the print jobs sent from both scanners.

Each scanner can be set to print marks (

■ or ■■) in the top left-hand corner of the page, enabling easy identification of each scanner’s print job.

Scanner

Printer

4.9.2 Operation

When printing, the scanner occupies the printer. When the print is ended, the scanner opens the printer.

The scanning begins when the start key to the other scanner is pushed.

And waited that the printer is opened while storing the image in the memory in the scanner while printing.

Meanwhile, scanner is shown for the Multi-print display to blink, and not to accept the next scanning.

If the print of the preceding other scanner ends, and the printer is opened, the image stored in the memory as here occupies the printer is printed.

A job that is waiting to be printed can be cancelled by pressing the Clear/

Stop key on the scanner that sent the job.

(Push the Clear/Stop Key three times when you used the print reserve function)

As a result, the print job is deleted from the memory and that scanner's

Multi-print Display stops blinking and stays lit.

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4.9.3 Identification Marks

In order to distinguish which scanner sent a print job, the scanners are equipped with an identification Mark Printing Function which has the following settings:

Function Mode

S7

Setting Identification Mark

d0 d1 d2 no mark

S7-d1: Prints pattern 1 (

!)

S7-d2: Prints pattern 2 (

!!)

Identification Mark

Print Direction

Printed Image

The printable area is reduced by 3 mm on the left side and the 1.5-mmwide identification mark is printed in the top corner of the page at a distance of 1.5 mm to the left of the image.

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5 Disassembly and Cleaning

5.1

Precautions

5.1.1 Precautions for Disassembly and Cleaning

1. Before disassembling, always make sure the Power Plug is unplugged.

2. Use only fuses of the indicated rating.

3. Except specified occasion, re-assembly have to be carried out by reversing the disassembly procedure.

4. If it is necessary to plug in the Power Cord and operate the machine after disassembling it, please be careful of the following:

- Keep your hands, clothing, etc. well away from operating or rotating parts (such as belts, rollers, fan motors, etc.).

- Never touch the terminals of electrical parts or high-voltage parts

(such as chargers and the high-voltage unit).

5. When the machine is stopped, the Projection Lamp is hot, so handle it very carefully.

6. To prevent damage to ICs from static electricity, do not touch the ICs on the PWB or the terminals of peripheral electricity parts with your hands.

7. Always unplug connectors by holding the connector housing. Pulling on the connectors on the PWBs themselves, always make sure the

Power Cord is unplugged first.

8. Do not disassemble the Right and Left Frame Covers and the fixing screws to which red paint has been applied.

Right Frame Cover

Left Frame Cover

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5.2

Handling of P.W.Boards

Disassembly and Cleaning

5.2.1 Precautions regarding transportation and storage

1. During shipment or when in storage, new P.W.Board must not be indiscriminately removed from their protective bags.

2. Do not store or place these P.W.Boards in a location exposed to direct sunlight or in a location where they will be exposed to high temperatures.

3. After removal from a machine, P.W.Board must be placed in their respective conductive bag or wrapped in aluminum foil without fail.

Never wrap them in plastic, paper or any other material.

4. When removal from the conductive bag or case becomes absolutely necessary, always place the Board removed on its conductive mat in an area as free as possible from static electricity.

5. Do not touch the terminals of the ICs with your bare hands.

5.2.2 Precautions when replacing PWBs

1. Any Board should be replaced as an Assy.

2. When taking any Board out of its conductive bag or conductive case, do not touch the terminals of the ICs or the printed pattern. Place it in position by holding only the edge of the Board.

3. Connect the connectors to or disconnect them from any Board only after having unplugged the Main Power Cord of the machine.

5.2.3 Precautions when checking PWBs

1. Avoid checking PWBs with testers; instead, use operating parts of the machine, indicator lamps, and other means to evaluate operational conditions.

2. Never permit shorts between IC terminals due to metal fittings, etc.

3. If it is necessary to touch elements on the PWB with your hand, make sure your body is properly grounded.

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5.3

Maintenance and Inspection

5.3.1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule List

Parts Cleaning Cycle

Reader and Scan Path Mirrors When image trouble occurs

Friction Plate

Bushing

-------

-------

Projection Lamp -------

*Replacement cycle is the number of times of scan.

Replacement Cycle Refer to

-------

page 67

300,000 scans

300,000 scans

When “L2” displays

page 73 page 73

page 65

5.3.2 Details of readjustments needed when parts are replaced

Replacement of the following parts calls for rechecking, readjustments, or resetting of certain items.

Follow the corresponding procedure given below whenever they have been replaced.

Name

PWB-A

Readjustments /Resetting/Rechecking

1. Shading Correction “b6”

2. Auto Exposure Coarse Adjustment

PWB-BB

PWB-SS

1. Shading Correction “b6”

2. Scan Speed Adjustment

Turn off all DIP switches (DSW1) on the new board.

Make the function mode setting (S,y,o) on the new board.

(“About the Function Mode Setting Label” on page 82)

Make the same SCSI ID setting for Rotary Switch (RSW1) on the new board as those of the old board.

PU2 Projection Lamp Voltage Adjustment “F7”

Refer to “Function Mode and Adjustment” on page 77 for the adjustment procedure.

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5.4

Disassembly and Cleaning Procedure

5.4.1 Removal of the Outer Covers

1

Remove the two screws and then slide the Optical Cover to the rear side of the machine.

Then holding up the rear side of the Optical Cover and remove it.

NOTE:

Mirror is fitted to the back side of the Optical Cover. Using care not to touch or damage this mirror, place the Optical Cover upside down.

Mirror

2

Holding up and remove the

Screen Frame and then disconnect the connector of the

Control Panel Board.

3

Remove the stopper from the

Right Cover and then open the

Right Cover.

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Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plate in the

Left Cover also.

4

Remove the Left Cover.

(1 screw)

Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plate in the

Right Cover also.

5

Remove the Projection Unit.

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5

6

Remove the Lower Left Cover.

(2 screws)

Disassembly and Cleaning

7

Remove the Lower Right Cover.

(2 screws)

8

Remove the Rear Cover.

(4 screws)

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5.4.2 Replacing of the Projection Lamp

1

Slide the Projection Lamp Unit out.

2

Remove the Projection Lamp from the Lamp Holder.

NOTE

➜ Do not touch with bare hand and extremely hot Projection Lamp immediately after the machine has been turned OFF.

3

Remove the Projection Lamp from the Lamp Socket.

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4

Insert a new Projection Lamp so that the mark on its base is facing upwards. Make sure that the new

Projection Lamp is inserted securely so that there is no gap between the projection Lamp and the Lamp Socket.

Mark

NOTE:

Do not touch the reflector mirror surface of the Projection Lamp.

Fingerprints, smudges or debris should be wiped clean with a soft, dry cloth.

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5

Insert the new Projection Lamp all the way into the Lamp Holder.

6

Slide the Projection Unit back into the machine.

Disassembly and Cleaning

5.4.3 Cleaning of the Projection Lamp

1

Wipe all foreign matter off the surface of the Projection Lamp with a soft piece of cloth which has been dampened with alcohol.

5.4.4 Cleaning of the Condenser Lens and Mirrors

1

Remove the Projection Unit.

2

Dust off the surface of the

Condenser Mirror by using a blower brush or a piece of soft cloth.

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5.4.5 Cleaning of the each Mirrors

1

Remove the Optical Cover.

2

Wipe clean the 1st Reader Path

Mirror with a soft piece of cloth.

3

Wipe clean the 2nd Reader Path

Mirror with a soft piece of cloth.

4

Remove the Left Cover. (1 screw)

Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plate in the

Left Cover also.

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5

5

Wipe clean the 2nd and 3rd Scan

Path Mirror with a soft piece of cloth.

Disassembly and Cleaning

5.4.6 Cleaning of the CCD Filter

1

Remove the Left Cover.

(1 screw)

Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plate in the Left

Cover also.

2

Dust off the surface of the CCD

Filter by using a blower brush or a piece of soft cloth.

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5.4.7 Removal of the CCD Assy

1

Remove the stopper from the

Right Cover and then open the

Right Cover. (2 Screws)

Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plate in the

Left Cover also.

2

Remove the Left Cover.

(1 screw)

Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plate in the

Left Cover also.

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3

Remove the CCD Assy Lower

Plate.

(2 screws)

Disassembly and Cleaning

4

Remove the CCD Assy.

(two shoulder screws, Three connectors)

5

Unplug connector from the CCD

Assy.

6

Remove the CCD Assy Cover.

(loosen the four screws)

NOTE:

After the CCD Assy has been mounted, make the shading correction (b6) by following the pro-

cedure given on page 104.

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5.4.8 Removal of the Power Unit

1

Remove the Optical Cover.

(2 screws)

2

Disconnect the five Connectors of the Power Unit from the machine.

NOTE:

For 220-240V area, disconnect the 2P connector of the Coil also.

3

Remove three screws and then remove the Power Unit from the machine.(3 screws)

Coil

5

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5.4.9 Removal of the P.W.Boards.

1

Remove the Left Cover,Lower Left Cover and Rear Cover.

(Refer to "Removal of Outer Cover".)

2

Open the Right Cover.

Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plates in the

Left and Right Cover also.

3

Remove the CCD Assy Lower

Cover. (2 screws)

4

Remove the front and rear Shield

Plate. (loosen the four screws)

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5

Unplug all connectors on the

P.W.Board.

6

Remove the screws and then remove the each P.W.Board.

-PWB-BB (5 screws)

-PWB-T (4 screws)

-PWB-EE (6 screws)

PWB-BB

PWB-T

PWB-EE

Disassembly and Cleaning

5.4.10 Replacing Scan Motor bushing and friction plate

1

Remove the Optical Cover.

(2 screws)

5

2

Tilt the Scan Motor Assy in the direction of the arrow and, pressing the shaft in the direction of the arrow, re-move the bushing and then peel the friction plate off the Scan Motor Assy.

NOTE:

Do not lose the pin.

Scan Motor spring

5.4.11 Replacing the Fuse of the Power Unit

1

Remove the Optical Cover.

(2 screws) friction plate

Pin bushing

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5

2

Remove the Power Unit Cover.

(3 screws)

Disassembly and Cleaning

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3

Replace the Fuse of PU1.

Main Power Unit: PU1

AC250V 12A(100/120V area)

AC250V 6.3A(220/240V area)

4

Replace the Fuse of PU2.

Projection Lamp Regulator: PU2

AC125V 5A(100/120V area)

AC250V 5A(220/240V area)

5.4.12 Replacing the Main Fuse

1

Replace with New Fuse.

Main Fuse:

120V area: 250V 10A

220/240V area: 250V 6.3A

Disassembly and Cleaning

5.4.13 Exchanging the Oscillator Chip

When using MSP2000 printer, you must exchange the Oscillator Chip

(OSC1) on Printer I/F Board (PWB-EE) of the Microfilm Scanner for the

Oscillator Chip supplied with MSP2000 Printer.

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1

Remove the Projection Unit.

MSP2000 Printer

2

Remove the Lower Left Cover.

3

Remove the stopper from the

Right Cover and then open the

Right Cover.

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5

Only 220-240V area:

Remove the metal plate in the

Right Cover also.

Disassembly and Cleaning

4

Remove the Shield Cover (front).

5

Remove the two Oscillator Chips from PWB-EE.

PWB-EE

OSC2

OSC1

6

Install the Oscillator Chip supplied into the OSC1 socket as shown on the illustration

PWB-EE

OSC2

OSC1

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Reinstall all the covers.

Function Mode and Adjustment

6

6 Function Mode and Adjustment

6.1

Precautions

1. Always unplug connectors by holding the connector housing.

Pulling on the cable cord can lead to problems with poor contact.

When unplugging connectors on the PWBs themselves, always make sure the power is OFF first.

2. If it is necessary to plug in the power cord and operate the machine after disassembling it, please be careful of the following.

G

G

Keep your hands, clothing , etc. well away from operating or rotating parts (such as gears and fan motors, etc.).

Never touch the terminals of electrical parts or high-voltage parts

(such as power unit.).

3. See DISASSEMBLY AND CLEANING for the procedures to replace parts and disassemble the machine.

4. Before starting the adjustment procedures, always make sure that the power cord has been unplugged.

6.2

Overview

The function mode which performs setting and adjustment of the machine is constituted as follows.

Display Function Mode

S mode

Contents

Machine Function Setting Mode 1 y mode Machine Function Setting Mode 2 o mode

F mode

Machine Function Setting Mode 3

Machine Operation Check Function 1 b mode Machine Operation Check Function 2

* mark in column of "setting" expresses an in default setting.

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6.3

Function Mode List

Function Mode and Adjustment

6.3.1 S mode (Setting Function 1)

No.

S1

S2

S3

S4

S5

S6

S7

S8

S9

SA

Sb

SC

Sd

SE

Function

Auto Reset

Auto Power Save

Auto Projection Lamp OFF

Coin Vender & Foot Switch

Fine Mode

Paper Tray Feed Size

(MSP3000 Printer)

Machine ID Printing

Cycle Print Mode

Contrast Adjustment (N-P)

Contrast Adjustment (P-P)

Scan Table Stop Position

Adjustment (Scan Position)

Scan Table Stop Position

Adjustment (Reader Position)

Auto Image Rotation 90 degree rotation

Function

*d0 d1

The print function at the time of Toner

Empty detection

*d0 d1

| d0 dF

| d0 dF

| d1

|

*d8 dF

| d1

|

*d8 dF

*d0 d1 d2

*d0 d1

*d0 d1 d2 d3

*d0 d1

*d0 d1

Setting Contents

*d0 d1

ON (60 sec.)

OFF

*d0 d1 d2

*d0 d1 d2

Disable

Enable (30 minute)

Enable (60 minute)

Disable

Enable (30 minute)

Enable (60 minute)

Disable

Enable (Coin Vender)

Enable (Coin Vender)

Enable (Foot Switch)

Mode 1: Contrast Emphasis

Mode 2: Outline Emphasis

Crosswise

Lengthwise

|

|

|

|

|

|

None

Pattern 1

Pattern 2

Disable

Enable

Lower

Center

Higher

Lower

Center

Higher toward the rear toward the screen toward the screen toward the rear

Disable

Enable print is impossible.

print is possible.

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6.3.2 y mode (Setting Function 2)

No.

y1 y2 y3

Function

Not Used

Auto Paper Source Switching

Auto Film Format Select Print

Setting Contents

*d0

*d0 d1 d0 d1

*d0

Auto Switching

Disabling Auto Switching

Disable

Enable y4 y5 y6

Not Used

Memo Image Masking

Prescan Operation

*d0 d1

*d0 d1

OFF

ON

2 times

1 time

Retain

Not Retain y7 y8 y9 yA yb

Auto Skew Correction Retain

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Magnification Warning Display

*d0 d1

*d0

*d0

*d0 d0

*d1

Not Display

Display yC Print Reserve Function d0

*d1

Not Accepts

Accepts y3:default setting (d0: USA and Canada Area, d1:except USA and Canada Area)

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6.3.3 o mode (Setting Function 3)

No.

o1 o2 o3 o4 o5 o6 o7 o8 o9 oA ob

Function

Metric/Inch Setting

N-P Auto Exposure Coarse

Adjustment

P-P Auto Exposure Coarse

Adjustment

Scan Speed Adjustment

Adjustment of the image area

Lengthwise Position

Adjustment of the Right and Left

Frame Black Band Width

Adjustment of the Top and Bottom

Frame Black Band Width

Projection lamp burn out detection

(L2) setting

Not Used

Host Driver

Vender Name/Model Name

| d5 db

| d5 db

| d5 db

| d5 db

*d0 d1

*d0

*d0 d1 d2

*d0 d1 d2

Setting Contents d0 d1

Metric

Inch

| d4 dC

| d4 dC

|

|

Lighter

Darker

Lighter

Darker

|

|

|

|

Lager

Smaller

Shift to a Top

Shift to Bottom band width decreases band width increases band width decreases band width increases

Detects

Not Detects

MS 6000

MS 2000

MicroDAX (Fixed Window)

Minolta MS 6000

Minolta MS 2000

OEM Name

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.3.4 F mode (machine operation checks)

No.

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

Function

ROM Version Check

Total Scan Counter

Total Print Counter

Counter Clear

LED Check

(Control Panel) for Factory use

Projection Lamp Voltage

Adjustment

Reset the Setting Data

Contents

Displays the present ROM version.

Displays the number of times of total scan.

Displays total print number of sheets.

Clears the number of times of total scan, and print number of sheets.

Lights up all the LEDs on the Control Panel for 2 sec.

Do not use in field.

Makes adjustment of the Projection Lamp

(LA1) reference voltage.

Function mode setting value and job program are reset to the default value.

6.3.5 b mode (machine operation checks)

No.

b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b7 b8

Function

Scan Table Unit drive check

Scan Mirror operation check for Factory use

Prism Rotation drive check

Single Scan function check

Shading Correction

Test Print for Factory use

Contents

Moves the Scan Table into reader and scan position.

Moves the Scan Mirror into reader and scan position.

Do not use in field.

Checks an operation of Auto Image

Rotation Motor.

Turn the machine in the single scan operation.

Performs the Shading Correction.

Performs the Test Print of the Printer.

Do not use in field.

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.3.6 About the Function Mode Setting Label

Remove the Top Cover by using a Slotted Screwdriver.

[FUNCTION MODE SETTING] Label is attached on the back of the Top cover.

When Main Control Board (PWB-BB) is exchanged, it inputs the setting value of "FACTORY" column on the label into each Function Mode.

Moreover, when setting value is changed in field, it writes setting value to the "FIELD" column.

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.4

Operation of the Function Mode

6.4.1 Entering the Function Mode

1. Press the Exposure Mode

Select Key, Multi-Print Key and

Clear/Stop Key on the control panel at the same time for two seconds or more.

The Multi-Print Display will show

"S".

2. Press the Multi-Print Key to select the function mode.

Each depression of this key changes the mode into the following.

S

→y→o→F→b→S→y....

S: Setting Function 1 y: Setting Function 2 o: Setting Function 3

F: Machine Operation Check Function 1 b: Machine Operation Check Function 2

*c4: for factory use (do not entry)

3. Press the Exposure Adjustment

Key to select the function number.

S1

→S2→...→S1→ y1

→y2→...→y1→ o1

→o2→...→o1→

F1

→F2→...→F1→ b1

→b2→...→b1→ select select

6.4.2 Execution method in F and b mode (except F4, F8 and b6)

1. To perform the function, press the

Start key.

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6.4.3 Execution method in F and b mode (F4, F8 and b6)

1. To perform the function, press the

Mode Memory key.

Mode Memory Key

6.4.4 Execution method in S, y and o mode

1. Press the Exposure Mode Select

Key.

2. The present setting value is displayed on the display window.

3. Press the Exposure Adjustment

Key to select the setting number.

d0

→d1→............→d7→d8 select select

4. Press the Start Key to update the setting value.

6.4.5 Leaving the Function Mode

1. Press the Exposure Mode Select

Key, Multi-Print Key and Clear/

Stop Key on the Control Panel at a time.

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Function Mode and Adjustment

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6.5

S mode Operations

6.5.1 S1: Auto Reset

Setting changes made to the control panel that are not used within 60 seconds of being input are automatically cancelled and the system reverts back to the original settings.

Display

S1 setting

*d0 d1

Function

Enable (60 seconds)

Disable

6.5.2 S2: Auto Power Save

Turns the Printer's fuser OFF if the system is left idle for a specific period of time.

* 200V units operate on a default 30 minute Auto Power Save setting.

Display

S2 setting

*d0 d1 d2

Function

Disable

Enable (30 minute after)

Enable (60 minute after)

6.5.3 S3: Auto Projection Lamp OFF

Turns the Scanner's Projection Lamp OFF if the system is left idle for a specified period of time.

Display

S3 setting

*d0 d1 d2

Function

Disable

Enable (30 minute after)

Enable (60 minute after)

6.5.4 S4: Coin Vender / Foot Switch Setting

When you equip this system with the coin vender (option) or Foot Switch

(option), select the d1(d2) or d3.

Display

S4 setting

*d0 d1 d2 d3

Function

Disable

Enable (Coin Vender)

Enable (Coin Vender)

Enable (Foot Switch)

*d1 and d2 are the same functions.

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.5.5 S5: Fine Mode Setting

Select the function in the fine mode, when selecting Nega print mode on the control panel.

Display setting Function

S5 *d0 Mode 1:

Contrast Emphasis d1 Mode 2:

Outline Emphasis

Contents

Applied when film contains text that is poorly contrasted against its background making it difficult to read.

Applied when film contains blurred black and white images.

6.5.6 S6: Paper Tray feed size (MSP 3000 Printer)

Determines the desired paper size supplied by the Paper Tray of the printer. It is possible to feed the following paper sizes and orientations into the printer:

Inch values: Letter (Lengthwise) or Letter (Crosswise)

Metric values: A4 (Lengthwise) or A4 (Crosswise)

Display

S6 setting

*d0 d1

Function

Crosswise

Lengthwise

6.5.7 S7: Machine ID Printing

When two scanners are connected to one printer, this function leaves an identification marker (

■) on the print so that the scanner used for the job can be determined after printing.

Display

S7 setting

*d0 d1 d2

Function

None

Pattern 1

Pattern 2

Pattern Dimension:

3mm x 3mm

Mark Position:

Right side of leading edge

Pattern 1 feed direction

Pattern 2 feed direction

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Function Mode and Adjustment

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6.5.8 S8: Cycle print mode

This function automatically scans the next image following a preset period of time. Images are set by the user onto the Carrier Glass in between cycles.

Display

S8 setting

*d0 d1

Function

Disable

Enable

6.5.9 S9: Nega Contrast Adjustment

Adjusts contrast in the negative film use.

Display

S9 setting

| d1

|

*d8 dF

Contrast

|

Lower

|

Center

Higher

6.5.10 SA: Posi Contrast Adjustment

Adjusts contrast in the positive film use.

Display

SA setting

| d1

|

*d8 dF

Contrast

|

Lower

|

Center

Higher

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.5.11 Sb: Scan Table Stop Position Adjustment (Scan Position)

This adjustment is necessary when any of the following symptoms occurs.

Symptom 1.

Symptom 2.

Each time a print is made, the image on the Screen shifts vertically.

The noise becomes big that is heard when the Scan Table hits against the Scan Table Stopper during its motion from the reader position to printer position.

Rear

Display setting Scan Table Stop Position

Sb

| d0

| d8 dF

|

| toward the rear

center toward the screen

Screen

* The stop position of the Scan Table should be set toward the rear for symptom 1 explained above and toward the screen for symptom 2.

6.5.12 SC: Scan Table Stop Position Adjustment (Reader Position)

This adjustment is necessary when any of the following symptoms occurs.

Symptom 1.

Symptom 2.

Each time a print is made, the image on the Screen shifts vertically.

The noise becomes big that is heard when the Scan Table hits against the Scan Table Stopper during its motion from the reader position to printer position.

Rear

Display setting Scan Table Stop Position

SC

| d0

| d8 dF

|

| toward the screen center toward the rear

Screen

* The stop position of the Scan Table should be set toward the screen for symptom 1 explained above and toward the rear for symptom 2.

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.5.13 Sd: Auto image rotation 90 degree rotation function

When printing the A3 (Ledger) size or B4 (Legal) size by 600dpi, the 90 degrees electric image rotation is not possible.

Select whether to enable the 90 degrees image rotation with the prism when A3 size (Ledger) or the B4 size (Legal) is printed with 600dpi.

The landscape screen image can be printed by effectively setting when the prism is installed.)

Display

Sd setting

*d0 d1

Function

Disable

Enable

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6.5.14 SE: The print function at the time of Toner Empty detection

Selects the printing function in the case of detecting the Toner Empty of the printer.

Display

SE setting

*d0 d1

Function print is impossible print is possible

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6.6

y mode Operations

Function Mode and Adjustment

6.6.1 y2: Auto Paper Source Switching

Allows you to specify the paper source when same size paper is loaded into the both paper feeding tray and paper feeding cassette.

Display y2 setting

*d0 d1

Function

Disabling

Auto Switching

Function

Auto switching Printing continues by automatically switching to the remaining paper source after paper in the specified paper source runs out.

A paper empty mode occurs and printing ceases after paper in the specified paper source runs out. The paper source must be refilled or the paper source must be switched by pressing the

Size Selection Key in order to resume printing.

6.6.2 y3: Auto Film Format Select Print

Selects the function which rotates 90 degrees and prints a screen image.

When only the landscape paper is set to the printer, the portrait screen image can be printed on the landscape paper by this setting.

Display y3 setting

*d0 d1

Function

Disable

Enable

6.6.3 y5: Memo Image Masking

If film with a memo image on it at the bottom of its frame is scanned with

Auto Masking enabled, the memo image is erased by Auto Masking.

In this case, setting y5 to the ON (d1) position will prevent the memo image from being masked.

Paper

Screen

OFF

A

A

ON

A

Memo Image

Paper

Display y5 setting

*d0 d1

Function

OFF

ON

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Function Mode and Adjustment

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6.6.4 y6: Prescan Operation

Select the prescan operation when using an Auto Masking and Auto Skew correction function.

Display y6 setting

*d0 d1

Function

1 time

2 times

Explanation

Reading speed is quick.

Although reading is late, but accuracy of

Frame Masking becomes good.

6.6.5 y7: Auto Skew Correction Retain

Determines whether or not to retain the original (uncorrected) skew of a screen image after the print has been made.

Display y7 setting

*d0 d1

Function

Retained

Not retained

6.6.6 yb: Magnification Warning Display

Select whether to display the magnification warning when the modification of the standard magnification by an electronic zoom function.

Display yb setting

*d0 d1

Function

Not display

Display

6.6.7 yC: Print Reserve Function

Select whether to accept the print reserve function while the printer is warming up.

Display yC setting d0

*d1

Function

Not accepts

Accepts

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6.7

o mode Operations

Function Mode and Adjustment

6.7.1 o1: Inch/Metric Select

Select the inch or metric setting of the machine.)

Display o1 setting d0 d1

Function

Metric

Inch

6.7.2 o2: N-P Auto Exposure Coarse Adjustment

This adjustment is made when the image density on the print (scan) output in the Auto Exposure mode is not satisfactory.

This adjustment is necessary after the replacement of PWB-A and PWB-

BB.

Be sure to adjust the Projection Lamp Voltage (F7) and

Shading Correction (b6) before this Adjustment.

dA db dC d6 d7 d8 d9 o2

Setting d4 d5

1. Turn the Power Switch, set the Auto Exposure Mode into Auto and select the center position of exposure level.

2. Make a print (scan) and check the image density.

<Conditions of printing/scanning>

Print Mode .............Text

Film Type ................Nega

3. Refer to the charts given below.

Then, adjust to desired image density by Function Mode o2.

Function

4 step lighter

3 step lighter

2 step lighter

1 step lighter

Standard

1 step darker

2 step darker

3 step darker

4 step darker

Image density

Lighter

Darker

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Function Mode and Adjustment

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6.7.3 o3: P-P Auto Exposure Coarse Adjustment

This adjustment is made when the image density on the print (scan) output in the Auto Exposure mode is not satisfactory.

This adjustment is necessary after the replacement of PWB-A and PWB-

BB.

Be sure to adjust the Projection Lamp Voltage (F7) and

Shading Correction (b6) before this Adjustment.

dA db dC d6 d7 d8 d9 o3

Setting d4 d5

1. Turn the Power Switch, set the Auto Exposure Mode into Auto and select the center position of exposure level.

2. Make a print (scan) and check the image density.

<Conditions of printing/scanning>

Print Mode .............Text

Film Type ................Posi

3. Refer to the charts given below.

Then, adjust to desired image density by Function Mode o3.

Function

4 step lighter

3 step lighter

2 step lighter

1 step lighter

Standard

1 step darker

2 step darker

3 step darker

4 step darker

Image density

Lighter

Darker

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.7.4 o4: Scan Speed Adjustment

This operation is used to match the width on the Screen image with that on the print (scan) image.

This adjustment is necessary after the replacement of PWB-BB.

Screen Image

Feed Direction

A B d7 d8 d9 dA db o4

Setting d5 d6

1. Load the Film in the machine and make a print (scan).

<Conditions of printing/scanning>

Size: Letter (A4) Lengthwise

Centering:OFF

Masking:OFF

2. Measures the width of the image A on the Screen and on the print to obtain any difference.

3. If the difference exceeds ±0.6%, make the following adjustment.

4. Adjusting the o4 of the Function Mode so that the width distance between A and B can be within ±0.6%

Variation (%)

+1.92

+1.28

+0.64

0.00

-0.64

-1.28

-1.92

Image

Larger

Smaller

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6.7.5 o5: Adjustment of the image area Lengthwise Position

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A A

d7 d8 d9 dA db o5

Setting d5 d6

1. Load the Film in the machine and make a print (scan).

<Conditions of printing/scanning>

Size: Letter (A4) Lengthwise

Centering:OFF

Auto Masking:ON

2. Check the black band width of top and bottom on the print (scan) image.

3. Refer to the charts given below.

Then, adjust for top black band width to become the same as bottom black band width by Function

Mode o5.

Image

A

2

3

0

1

-2

-1

Border Shift Value (mm)

-3 bottom frame increases top frame increases

Top

Bottom

Feed Direction

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.7.6 o6: Adjustment of the Top and Bottom Frame Black Band

Width

1. Load the Film in the machine and make a print.

<Conditions of printing/scanning>

Size: Letter (A4) Lengthwise

Centering:OFF

Auto Masking:ON

2. Check the width of the black band running around the image area.

3. Refer to the charts given below.

Then, adjust to desired black band width by Function Mode o6.

Image

A

Top and

Bottom

Frame d7 d8 d9 dA db o6

Setting Adjusted black band width (mm) d5 d6

-6±3

-4±3 band width decreases

-2±3

0±3

2±3

4±3

6±3 band width increases

Feed Direction

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Function Mode and Adjustment

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6.7.7 o7: Adjustment of the Right and Left Frame Black Band Width

1. Load the Film in the machine and make a print (scan).

<Conditions of printing/scanning>

Size: Letter (A4) Lengthwise

Centering:OFF

Auto Masking:ON

2. Check the width of the black band running around the image area.

3. Refer to the charts given below.

Then, adjust to desired black band width by Function Mode o7.

Image

Right and Left Frame d7 d8 d9 dA db o7

Setting Adjusted black band width (mm) d5 d6

-6±3

-4±3 band width decreases

-2±3

0±3

2±3

4±3

6±3 band width increases

A

Feed Direction

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.7.8 o8: Projection lamp burn out detection (L2) setting

Select whether to detect L2 when Projection Lamp burn out.

Display o8 setting

*d0 d1

Function

Detects

Not Detects

6.7.9 oA: Host Driver Setting

Set the Host Driver which uses at the PC mode.

Display oA setting

*d0 d1 d2

Function

MS 6000

MS 2000

MicroDAX (Fixed Window)

6.7.10 ob: Vender/Model Name Setting

Set the vender name and model name displayed in PC at the PC mode.

Display ob setting

*d0 d1 d2

Function

Minolta MS 6000

Minolta MS 2000

OEM Name

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6.8

F mode Operations

6.8.1 F1: ROM Version Check

Used when checking the present ROM version of the machine.

1. Sets the function mode “F1”, and press the Start Key.

2. Shows the current ROM version number of the machine.

[Ex.] ROM Version "25"

→"G0" → "01"...........Ver.25G001

6.8.2 F2: Scan Counter

Used when checking the total Scan Counter.

1. Sets the function mode “F2”, and press the Start Key.

2. Shows the current Scan Counter of the machine.

[Ex.] Display "02"

→ "46" → "12".........24,612 count

6.8.3 F3: Print Counter

Used when checking the total Print Counter.

1. Sets the function mode “F3”, and press the Start Key.

2. Shows the current Print Counter of the machine.

[Ex.] Display "01"

→ "23" → "45".........12,345 prints

6.8.4 F4: Counter Clear

This mode should be used to clear the scan counter and print counter.

1. Sets the function mode “F4”.

2. Press the setting mode memory key.

3. A display window blinks and counter is cleared.

4. Performs "F2" and "F3"and checks the scan counter and print counter.

6.8.5 F5: Control Panel LED Check

This mode should be used to light up the LEDs and check these functions.

1. Sets the function mode “F5”.

2. Press the print button to light up all LEDs on the Control Panel for about 2 seconds.

6.8.6 F6: For Factory use

For factory adjustment. Do not use in field.

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6.8.7 F7: Projection Lamp Voltage Adjustment

This Adjustment is made to adjust the Projection Lamp Voltage.

This Adjustment is necessary after the replacement of the Projection

Lamp Regulator (PU2).

1. Remove the Optical Cover.

2. Remove the Projection Unit.

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3. Insert the proves of a multimeter into the receptacle of 2P connector locates at the right side bottom of the machine.

(+) Test Prove: Pin 1 (Red cord)

(-) Test Prove: Pin 2 (Green cord)

4. Turn ON the Interlock Switch

(S201).

5. Connect the Power Plug with the outlet and turn ON the

Power Switch.

Function Mode and Adjustment

6. Referring to the setting procedure for Function mode, set "F7".

7. To perform the adjustment, press the Start key.

8. Rotate VR61 on PU2 so that the reading voltage on the multimeter becomes DC21.5±0.2V.

9. Cancel the Function Mode.

10. Check the Projection Lamp voltage in reader mode is

DC17.0±0.3V.

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PU2

VR61

NOTE

In order to prevent damage of the Projection Lamp be careful of the following items in adjustment.

➜ Do not exceed the DC21.7V during Projection Lamp voltage adjustment.

➜ Makes full lighting time in F7 mode of the Projection Lamp into less than 30 seconds.

6.8.8 F8: Reset the Setting Data

Function mode setting value and job program are reset to the default value.

1. Sets the function mode “F8”.

2. Press the Mode Memory Key.

3. A display window blinks and setting data is cleared.

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6.9

b mode Operations

Function Mode and Adjustment

6.9.1 b1: Checking the Scan Table Unit Function

This mode should be used to check the Scan Table Unit Function.

Scan Position

Reader Position

1. Referring to the setting procedure for Function mode, set "b1".

2. Press the Start Key to move the Scan Table Unit to the Scan position.

3. Press the Start Key to move the Unit to the Reader position.

6.9.2 b2: Scanning mirror operation check

This mode should be used to check the Scan Mirror and the Scan Motor.

Scan

Prescan

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1. Referring to the setting procedure for Function mode, set "b2".

2. Press the Start key, to perform scan operation (Scan and Prescan).

6.9.3 b3: For Factory use

For factory adjustment. Do not use in field.

Function Mode and Adjustment

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6.9.4 b4: Prism rotation operation check

Checks the rotation operation (AIR function) of a prism.

1. Referring to the setting procedure for Function mode, set "b4".

2. Press the Start Key to perform the 45 degree prism rotation.

(The screen image rotates 90 degrees. )

3. Whenever the Start Key pressed, prism repeats 45 degree rotation

(clockwise rotation and counterclockwise rotation).

6.9.5 b5: Single scan operation check

Checks single scan operation.

1. Referring to the setting procedure for Function mode, set "b5".

2. Press the Start Key to perform the single scan operation.

3. After the single scan operation has been completed, "b5" blinking on the Multi-print Display lights up steadily and the machine completes the operation.

4. Press the Start Key once again to perform single scan operation.

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.9.6 b6: Shading Correction

This adjustment is necessary after the replacement of PWB-A or PWB-

BB.

1. Checks the surface of the 1st to 3rd scan path mirror and if dirty clean it.

2. Place Projection Lens TYPE 2 in position and set a lens zoom ratio of

20X.

3. Load film and bring the image into focus.

(Do not move the focus ring after this operation).

4. Remove the Projection Lens and the Film Carrier.

5. Remove the Optical Cover and Prism from the machine.

6. Cover the entire Screen with a black sheet of paper to prevent an extraneous light from striking the Screen.

7. Turn on the Power Switch and waits for 5 minutes and stabilizes temperature of IC on PWB-A.

8. Set the function mode into "b6" and depress the Mode Memory key to perform the Shading Correction.

9. The execution time of a Shading Correction is 10 minutes from about

6 minutes.

A Display changes as follows during Shading Correction execution.

H1

→H2→H3→.....→H9→H0→1(E1)

When a display was set to "1" or "E1", Shading Correction was completed.

(Displays "E1", when a printer is not connected)

10. When a Shading Correction carries out an unusual end on the way and displays "C3", perform once again from Procedure 1.

11. After Shading Correction is completed, attach the Film Carrier and

Prism.

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Function Mode and Adjustment

6.9.7 b7: Test Print Function

The test print of the printer can be executed.

1. Referring to the setting procedure for Function mode, set "b7".

2. Press the Start Key.

3. The following test prints are output by the printer.

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Feeding Direction

6.9.8 b8: For Factory use

For factory adjustment. Do not use in field.

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Troubleshooting

7 Troubleshooting

7.1

How to Use This Section

1. If a component on a P.W.Board or any other functional unit including motor is defective, the booklet only instructs you to replace the whole

P.W.Board or functional unit and does not give troubleshooting procedure applicable within the defective unit.

2. All troubleshooting procedures contained herein assumes that there are no breaks in the harnesses and cords and all connectors are plugged in the right positions.

3. For the removal procedure of covers and parts, refer to the

"DISASSEMBLY/CLEANING" section.

4. "GND" indicated in this booklet represents a 0-volt line of the circuit concerned, equivalent to chassis ground; however, be sure to use the

Test Point (TP) on the PWB-D when creating a closed-circuit or measuring voltage.

5. The procedures are given in the order of greater frequency of occurrence of malfunctions and in the order of operation.

6. The procedures preclude possible malfunctions due to noise and other external causes.

7. Refer to the wiring diagram of Appendix for wiring of electrical parts.

8. Since this manual has not indicated the trouble of the printer, refer to the service manual of the printer.

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Troubleshooting

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7.2

Malfunction Indications

CL

PE

P0

P1

C8

C9

CA

Cb

P2

P3

E1

E2

C3

C4

C6

C7

Display Contents

L2 Projection Lamp malfunction

C1

C2

Scan Unit Drive malfunction

Scan Mirror Drive malfunction

Shading Correction malfunction

Cooling Fan Motor malfunction

Fusing malfunction

Laser Diode malfunction

Polygon Motor malfunction

Main Motor malfunction

Cooling Fan Motor malfunction

Communication Error

Printer Clock malfunction

Paper Empty

Paper Size Error

Paper Misfeed (Paper Take-up Section)

Paper Misfeed (Paper Transport Section)

Paper Misfeed (Fusing Section)

Printer Power OFF or Cable disconnect

Top Cover Open

Section

Scanner

Printer

Scanner or Printer

Scanner

Printer

If the above trouble is displayed, first perform the following works.

1. Turns off the power switch, and unplug the power cord.

2. After 10 seconds or more progress, plug the power cord and turns on

Power Switch.

When a trouble cannot be canceled and occurring frequently, it performs troubleshooting with reference to subsequent page.

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7.3

Malfunction Detection Timing

Troubleshooting

7.3.1

L2: Projection Lamp malfunction

Display

L2

Detection Timing

When scan begins and the light of the Projection Lamp does not strike the CCD.

7.3.2

C1: Scan Unit Drive malfunction

Display

C1

Detection Timing

The Scan Position Sensor (PC4) is not activated within 2sec. after the Scan

Table has started moving to the printer position.

Scan Table

Motor (M2)

ON

OFF

Scan Position

Sensor (PC4)

OFF

ON within 2sec.

The Reader Position Sensor (PC3) is not activated within 2sec. after the Scan

Table has started moving to the reader position.

Scan Table

Motor (M2)

ON

OFF

Reader Position

Sensor (PC3)

OFF

ON within 2sec.

7.3.3

C2: Scan Mirror Drive malfunction

Display

C2

Detection Timing

The Scan Motor (M1) is not deenergized within 16 sec. after it has been energized during a scan motion.

Scan Motor

(M1)

ON

OFF

16 sec.

The Scan Motor (M1) is not deenergized within 8 sec. after it has been energized during a prescan motion.

Scan Motor

(M1)

ON

OFF

8 sec.

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7.3.4

C3: Shading Correction malfunction

Display

C3

Detection

When during shading correction (b6) the projection lamp light to CCD is few unusually.

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7.3.5

C4: Cooling Fan Motor malfunction

Display

C4

Detection Timing

A HIGH Cooling Fan Motor Lock Signal is output after the Power Switch is turned ON.

Motor (M3,M4) stopped

C4

Cooling Fan

Motor Lock

Signal

H

L within 5 sec.

7.3.6

Cb: Communication Error

Display

Cb

Detection Timing

Detected the following conditions 4 times during machine initialization.

• No response of the printer in less than 100 msec. from command transmission.

• A parity error is in receiving data.

• Receives a command error and a parity error.

7.3.7

CL: Printer Clock malfunction

Display

Cb

Detection Timing

• The clock of the Oscillator (OSC1, 2) on the Printer I/F Board (PWB-EE) is not suitable for the printer.

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7.4

Troubleshooting for malfunction code

Troubleshooting

7.4.1

L2: Projection Lamp malfunction

Check Item

Check LA1.

↓OK

The carrier glass is covered by a dark colored piece of paper or some other thing that would prevent light from shining through the glass.

→NG

→Yes

→No

Remedy

Replace LA1.

Remove paper or any other obstruction from the carrier glass.

Replace PWB-A.

Replace PWB-BB.

7.4.2

C1: Scan Unit Drive Malfunction

Check Item

Does the Scan Table Drive Motor rotate when the Power Switch is turned

ON?

↓Yes

→No

→No

Is C1 shown when scanning motion?

↓Yes

Check PC3.

↓OK

Check PC4.

→NG

→NG

→OK

Remedy

Wiring Check

Replace the following parts.

PWB-T

PWB-BB

M2

OK

Replace PC3.

Replace PC4.

Replace PWB-BB.

7.4.3

C2: Scan Mirror Drive malfunction

Check Item

Is C2 shown even when power is turned OFF, then ON again?

↓Yes

Does the Scan Motor rotate when the

Power Switch is turned ON?

↓No

→No

→Yes

→NG

Remedy

OK

Check Wiring.

Replace the following parts.

PWB-T

PWB-BB

M1

Replace PC1.

Check PC1.

↓OK

Check PC2.

→NG

→OK

Replace PC2.

Replace PWB-BB.

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Troubleshooting

7.4.4

C3: Shading Correction malfunction

Check Item

Is C3 displayed during Function Mode

“b6” execution?

↓Yes

Performs the function mode (b6) once again. (Refers to the clause of

Shading Correction in chapter 6).

→No

→NG

Remedy

Replace PWB-BB.

Replace CCD Assy(PWB-A).

Replace PWB-BB.

Replace CCD Assy(PWB-A).

7.4.5

C4: Cooling Fan Motor malfunction

Check Item

Is C4 shown even when power is turned OFF, then ON again?

↓Yes

Does the Cooling Fan Motor (M3, M4) turn smoothly after the Power Switch has been turned ON?

↓No

Check M3 and M4.

→No

→Yes

→NG

Remedy

OK

Check Wiring.

Replace PWB-BB.

→OK

Replace M3.

Replace M4.

Check Wiring.

Replace PWB-BB.

7.4.6

Cb: Communication Error

Check Item

Is Cb shown even when power is turned OFF, then turned ON again?

→No

↓Yes

Is the dedicated interface cable used?

→No

↓Yes

Checks the connection of an interface cable.

→NG

↓OK

Replace the following parts sequentially.

Interface Cable

Printer I/F Board (PWB-EE) of Scanner

Interface Board of Printer

Remedy

OK

Replace the Interface Cable.

Reconnect the Interface Cable.

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Troubleshooting

7.4.7

CL: Printer Clock malfunction

Check Item

Is CL shown even when power is turned OFF, then turned ON again?

→No

↓Yes

Is the dedicated interface cable used?

→No

↓Yes

Checks the connection of an interface cable.

→No

↓Yes

Confirm the frequency of the Oscillator on PWB-EE.

→NG

When using the MSP3000 Printer

OSC1: 42.3158MHz

OSC2: 95.2106MHz

When using the MSP2000 Printer.

OSC1: 19.5332MHz

OSC2: None

↓OK

Replace PWB-EE.

Remedy

OK

Replace the Interface Cable.

Reconnect the Interface Cable.

Reinstall the Oscillator.

or

Replace the Oscillator.

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Troubleshooting

7.5

Troubleshooting for malfunction

7.5.1

No Power

Check Item

Has the Power Switch (S1) been turned ON?

↓Yes

Has the Power Cord been securely connected to the machine?

↓Yes

Has the Power Cord been securely plugged into the outlet?

↓Yes

Is the Fuse (F1) blown?

↓No

Is the Interlock Switch (S201) in the actuated position when the Projection

Unit is installed?

↓Yes

Is the Fuse of PU1 blown?

→ No

→No

→No

→Yes

→No

→No

→Yes

Remedy

Turn on the Power Switch (S1).

Plug in the power cord.

Plug the power cord into the power outlet.

Replace Power Fuse (F1).

Adjust the position of the Switch (S201).

Replace PU1 or S201.

Replace Fuse(F1) of PU1.

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7.5.2

The Projection Lamp does not Light Up

Check Item

Check LA1.

↓OK

Check TS1.

↓OK

Is the voltage across CN7-1 and -2 approx.

DC17V when the Power ON/OFF switch is in the ON position?

↓Yes

Is the source voltage developing across

PJ1-1 and -3 on PU2 when the Power ON/

OFF switch is in the ON position?

↓Yes

Is the voltage across PJ3-1 on PU2 and

GND DC5V when the Power ON/OFF switch is in the ON position?

NG

NG

No

No

No

Yes

Remedy

Replace LA1.

Replace TS1.

Check wiring.

Check wiring.

Check wiring.

Replace PWB-BB.

Replace PU2.

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7.6

Electrical Components Check

7.6.1

LA1: Projection Lamp

1 Is the circuit across both terminals of the

Lamp conducting when the Lamp is removed from the machine?

→No

→Yes

Troubleshooting

Replace LA1.

OK

7.6.2

M3: Power Unit Cooling Fan Motor

1

2

Does the Motor start rotating when the Power

ON/OFF Switch is turned ON?

↓ No

Is the voltage across CN10-1 and GND

DC24V with the Power Switch in the ON position?

→Yes

→No

→Yes

OK

Check wiring.

Replace M3.

7.6.3

M4: Projection Lamp Cooling Fan Motor

1

2

Does the Motor start rotating when the Power

ON/OFF Switch is turned ON?

↓ No

Is the voltage across CN18-1 and GND

DC24V with the Power ON/OFF Switch in the

ON position?

→Yes

→No

→Yes

OK

Check wiring.

Replace M4.

7.6.4

PC1: Image Leading Edge Sensor

1

2

Is the voltage across PJ8-A3 on PWB-BB and GND 0V when the Power Switch is in the

ON position and the light emitted by the

Sensor LED is blocked?

↓ Yes

Is the voltage across PJ8-A3 on PWB-BB and GND DC5V when the light emitted by the

Sensor LED strikes the Sensor photosensitive element?

→No

→No

→Yes

7.6.5

PC2: Scan Mirror Position Sensor

1

2

Is the voltage across PJ8-B15 on PWB-BB and GND 0V when the Power Switch is in the

ON position and the light emitted by the

Sensor LED is blocked?

↓ Yes

Is the voltage across PJ8-B15 on PWB-BB and GND DC5V when the light emitted by the

Sensor LED strikes the Sensor photosensitive element?

→No

→No

→Yes

Replace PC1.

Replace PC1.

OK

Replace PC2.

Replace PC2.

OK

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Troubleshooting

7.6.6

PC3: Reader Position Sensor

1

2

Is the voltage across PJ8-B12 on PWB-BB and GND 0V when the Power ON/OFF

Switch is in the ON position and the light emitted by the Sensor LED is blocked?

↓ Yes

Is the voltage across PJ8-B12 on PWB-BB and GND DC5V when the light emitted by the

Sensor LED strikes the Sensor photosensitive element?

→No

→No

→Yes

7.6.7

PC4: Scan Position Sensor

1

2

Is the voltage across PJ8-A6 on PWB-BB and GND 0V when the Power ON/OFF

Switch is in the ON position and the light emitted by the Sensor LED is blocked?

↓ Yes

Is the voltage across PJ8-A6 on PWB-BB and GND DC5V when the light emitted by the

Sensor LED strikes the Sensor photosensitive element?

→No

→No

→Yes

7.6.8

PU1: Power Unit

1

2

Is the Fuse of PU1 blown?

↓ No

Is the output voltage of each Connector correct when the Power Switch is in the ON position?

→Yes

→No

→Yes

7.6.9

PU2: Projection Lamp Regulator

1

2

Is the Fuse of PU2 blown?

↓ No

Is the voltage across CN7-1 and CN7-2

DC17.0V when the machine is in the reader mode?

→Yes

→No

→Yes

7.6.10 S1: Power Switch

1

2

Are the circuits across 1 and 2, and 3 and 4 conducting when the Power Switch is removed from the machine and in the OFF position?

↓ No

Are the circuits across 1 and 2, and 3 and 4 conducting when the Switch is in the position?

→Yes

→No

→Yes

Replace PC3.

Replace PC3.

OK

Replace PC4.

Replace PC4.

OK

Replace Fuse.

Replace PU1.

OK

Replace Fuse.

Replace PU2.

OK

Replace S1.

Replace S1.

OK

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Troubleshooting

7.6.11 S201: Interlock Switch

1

2

Is the circuit across COM and NC terminals conducting when the Switch is removed from the machine?

↓ No

Is the circuit across COM and NC terminals conducting when the Switch Actuator is depressed?

→Yes

→No

→Yes

7.6.12 TS1: Thermostat

1

2

Is the Reset Pin in the depressed position?

↓ Yes

Is the circuit across both terminals of the

Thermostat conducting when the Thermostat is removed from the machine?

→No

→No

→Yes

Replace S201.

Replace S201.

OK

Depress the Reset Pin.

Replace TS1.

OK

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Troubleshooting

7.7

Image Troubleshooting

Trouble

Black or blank print

Remedy

• Check the Projection Lamp (LA1) for possible discoloration and breaks.

• Adjust the Projection Lamp voltage (F7).

• N-P/P-P AE Coarse adjustment (o1, o2).

• Perform the Shading correction (b6).

• Replace the PWB-A.

• Replace the PWB-BB.

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Black or white line in the feed direction • Clean the Scanner 1st to 3rd Mirrors.

• Clean the CCD Cover glass.

• Perform the Shading correction (b6).

• Replace the PWB-A.

• Replace the PWB-BB.

Black or white line in the scan direction • Clean the Scanner 1st to 3rd Mirrors.

• Clean the CCD Cover glass.

• Perform the Shading correction (b6).

• Replace the PWB-A.

• Replace the PWB-BB.

Uneven image • Clean the CCD Cover glass.

• Perform the Shading correction (b6).

• Adjust the Projection Lamp voltage (F7).

• N-P/P-P AE Coarse adjustment (o1, o2).

• Replace the PWB-A.

• Replace the PWB-BB.

The Image abnormalities of the printer refer to the service manual of the printer and perform the Troubleshooting.

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DWG.NO.

TITLE

MODEL

VOLTAGE

DATE ISSUED

0820-0003-51D

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1/1

MS 6000

AC100V/120V/220-240V

Jan. 2001

DWG.NO.

TITLE

MODEL

VOLTAGE

DATE ISSUED

0820-0004-58A

WIRING DIAGRAM 1/4

MS 6000

AC100V/120V/220-240V

Jan. 2001

DWG.NO.

TITLE

MODEL

VOLTAGE

DATE ISSUED

0820-0004-58A

WIRING DIAGRAM 2/4

MS 6000

AC100V/120V/220-240V

Jan. 2001

DWG.NO.

TITLE

MODEL

VOLTAGE

DATE ISSUED

0820-0004-58A

WIRING DIAGRAM 3/4

MS 6000

AC100V/120V/220-240V

Jan. 2001

DWG.NO.

TITLE

MODEL

VOLTAGE

DATE ISSUED

0820-0004-58A

WIRING DIAGRAM 4/4

MS 6000

AC100V/120V/220-240V

Jan. 2001

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