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Service Manual

LINE THERMAL PRINTER

MODEL

CBM1000 TYPE

II

Rev.1.00 Newly issued on Oct. 19, 2001

REVISION

Rev.No.

Date

Rev.1.00

Oct. 19, 2001 Newly issued

Comment

CBM1000 TYPE II Service Manual

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CBM1000 TYPE II Service Manual

INTRODUCTION

This manual describes the disassembly, reassembly, and maintenance procedures of the line thermal printer CBM1000

TYPE II. It is intended for field maintenance men.

FEATURES

The CBM1000 TYPE II is a compact-sized, line thermal printer developed for a variety of applications. It has abundant built-in features, and can be used as a data communication terminal, POS terminal, kitchen terminal and for other applications. Prior to using the printer, read this manual thoroughly to understand its contents.

1. Paper drop-in mechanism; when supplying or replacing paper rolls, all you have to do is just drop a paper roll into the printer and close its cover. This will facilitate paper handling and head cleaning greatly.

2. Ease of paper threading and head cleaning.

3. High speed (150 mm/s), and low-noise thermal printing.

4. Front-side paper ejection method, which allows the printer to be installed and used anywhere with few restrictions.

5. Hermetic covering structure, which helps prevent any foreign matter or liquid from getting into the printer.

6. Built-in input buffer.

7. Bar-code printing (Possible using special commands).

8. Page mode, which allows you to lay out pages freely.

9. Registration of user-defined characters and logos into flash memory.

10. Built-in Drawer Kick-Out interface.

11. Auto cutter mechanism provided as a standard unit.

12. Selection possible, as required, from two types: Easy-to-handle, built-in power supply type, and lightweight flat

AC adapter type.

13. Use of 58 mm wide paper rolls possible by using the partition supplied.

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CONTENTS

1. HANDLING AND MAINTENANCE OF PRINTER ........................................................................ 1

2. SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................. 2

2.1 Basic Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 2

3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY .............................................................................................. 3

3.1 Maintenance Tools ......................................................................................................................................... 3

3.2 Disassembly Procedure ................................................................................................................................. 3

3.3 Reassembly Procedure ................................................................................................................................... 3

3.3.1 Reassembly Precedure for Main body .................................................................................................. 4

3.3.2 Reassembly Precedure for Mechanism Unit ........................................................................................ 9

3.4 Lubrication .................................................................................................................................................. 15

3.4.1 Lubricant ............................................................................................................................................. 15

3.4.2 Where to Lubricate ............................................................................................................................. 15

4. TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................... 16

4.1 Troubleshooting Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 16

4.2 Troubleshooting Guide ................................................................................................................................ 16

5. SERVICE PARTS LIST ..................................................................................................................... 20

5.1 Parts List for Mechanism ............................................................................................................................. 20

5.2 Disassembly Drawing .................................................................................................................................. 23

5.3 Parts List for Control PCB Assy .................................................................................................................. 25

5.4 Parts Layout Drawing .................................................................................................................................. 28

5.4.1 Control PCB Assy (Main Board Part Surface) ................................................................................... 28

5.4.2 Control PCB Assy (Main Board Soldering Surface) .......................................................................... 29

5.4.3 Control PCB Assy (Serial Interface) .................................................................................................. 30

5.4.4 Control PCB Assy (Parallel Interface) ............................................................................................... 31

5.4.5 Operation PCB Assy ........................................................................................................................... 32

5-4.6 Sensor PCB Assy ................................................................................................................................ 33

5.4.7 PNE PCB Assy in PNE Lever Assy ................................................................................................... 34

6. DRAWING .......................................................................................................................................... 35

6.1 Block Diagram ............................................................................................................................................. 36

6.2 Circuit Diagram ........................................................................................................................................... 37

6.2.1 Control PCB Assy (Main Board) ........................................................................................................ 38

6.2.2 Control PCB Assy (Serial Interface) .................................................................................................. 38

6.2.3 Control PCB Assy (Parallel Interface) ............................................................................................... 39

7. OUTER DIMENSION ....................................................................................................................... 40

For the auto cutter unit (ACS-130), see the separate Service Manual.

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1. HANDLING AND MAINTENANCE OF PRINTER

See the User’s Manual coming with the printer body.

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2. SPECIFICATIONS

2.1 Basic Specifications

Model

Item

Print method

Print width

Dot density

Print speed

Number of print columns*

2

Character size

Character type code page

Logo registration/print

Types of bar code

Line spacing

Paper roll

Label detection

Interfacing

Input buffer

Supply voltage

Power consumption

AC adapter specification

Weight

Type

Outside dimensions

CBM1000II RF120S/A

CBM1000II PF120S/A

CBM1000II RF230S/A

CBM1000II PF230S/A

CBM1000II RF024D

CBM1000II PF024D

Line thermal dot print method

72 mm/576 dots, (54 mm/432 dots)* 1

8

×

8 dots/mm (203 dpi)

150 mm/sec (Fastest, print density standard level), (1,200 dot lines/sec)

Font A: 48/42 (36/30)*

1

columns (12

×

24)

Font B: 64/56 (48/40)* 1 columns (9

×

24)

Font A: 1.25

×

3.00 mm; Font B: 0.88

×

3.00 mm

Alphanumeric characters, International characters, Code pages PC437, Katakana,

PC850, PC860, PC863, PC865, PC852, PC866, PC857, and Windows code page

Capable of registering user-defined characters and logos into flash memory.

UPC-A/E, JAN (EAN) 13/8 columns, ITF CODE 39, CODE 128, CODABAR,

CODE 93

4.23 mm (1/6 inches), selectable using commands

Thermal paper roll: 80 mm (58 mm)

×

ø 83 mm

Thermal Label paper roll : 80 mm (58 mm)

×

ø 83 mm

(See “ Print Paper Specifications”.)

Selects the L-Spec. (factory option)

Serial (RS-232C), Parallel (IEEE1284 compliant, Bi-directional communication)

4K bytes (72 bytes selectable with a DIP switch)

S type: AC 120/230 V

±

10%; A type/D type: DC 24 V

±

7%

Approx. 100 W

Rated input: AC 120 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 120 VA

Rated output: DC 24 V, 1.9 A (Peak 3.5A)

31 AD-U 31 AD-E

S type: Approx. 2.0 Kg; A type/D type: Approx. 1.4 Kg

S type: 145 (W)

×

190 (D)

×

157 (H) mm

A type/D type: 145 (W)

×

190 (D)

×

114 (H) mm

5 to 40°C, 35 to 85% RH (No condensation)

Operating temperature and humidity

Storage temperature and humidity

Reliability

–20 to 60°C, 10 to 90% RH (No condensation)

Safety Standard*

3

Print head life: Pulse resistance 1

×

10

8

pulses (Print ratio 12.5%)

Wear resistance 100 Km (At normal temperature/humidity with recommended paper used)

Auto cutter life: 500,000 times of cutting (At normal temperature/humidity with recommended paper used)

UL, C-UL, FCC Class A TUV, GS, CE marking UL, C-UL, FCC Class A

TUV, GS, CE marking

* 1 Represents the value when a 58 mm wide paper roll is used (User selectable).

*

2

The number of printable columns is selectable with a DIP switch.

*

3

Represents the safety standards acquired when CBM-made adapters (31AD series) are used.

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3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY

For maintenance operations, note the following:

• Do not disassemble/reassemble or adjust the machine, if it functions properly. Particularly, do not loosen screws on any component, unless necessary.

• After completing an inspection and before turning on the power, be sure to check that there is no abnormality.

• During maintenance, be careful not to leave parts or screws unattached or loose inside the printer.

• When handling the thermal head or electronic component, do not use gloves or other aids which can easily cause static electricity.

• When disassembling or reassembling, check wires and cables for any damage. Do not run them into a narrow space or set them in improper positions.

• After reassembling, apply lubricant as required.

3.1 Maintenance Tools

• Screwdrivers (+) #1 and #2

• Tweezers

• Round nose pliers

• Brush for lubrication

• Cutting nipper

3.2 Disassembly Procedure

For disassembly, reverse the steps described in section 3.3, “Reassembly Procedure”.

3.3 Reassembly Procedure

Reassembly steps are divided into two parts: Printer assembly and printer mechanism assembly.

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3.3.1 Reassembly Procedure for Main Body

(1) Assembling Bottom Chasis SA

• Attach four rubber feet to the bottom chassis.

• Fasten the FG screws (M3

×

6). (Toothed lock washer screws)

• Spread insulator of bottom chassis.

M3

×

6

(ST, EXT, TW)

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Insulator

(2) Assembling Top Cover SA

• Attach the front cover.

• Attach the operation panel SA.

Rubber food

Bottom chassis

Top cover

Front cover

Operation panel SA

(3) Assembling Operation Panel SA

• Stick the operation sheet to the operation panel.

• Secure the operation panel PCB assy with a

M2.6

×

6 screw (BT).

(Verify that FEED switch clicks when pressed.)

M2.6

×

6 (BT)

Operation panel PCB assy

Operation sheet

Operation panel

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(4) Assembling Printer Cover SA

• Attach the tear bar by pressing it into printer cover as shown.

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Printer cover

Tear bar

(5) Assembling Power Case SA

• Attach four rubber feet to the power case.

• Set ferrite core position at approx. 200 mm from the end of power connector.

• Pass power connector through the cable port in the bottom of power case and fasten as shown.

• Place the AC adapter in power case.

• Pass tie band through tie band holes in power case.

• Tuck AC adapter cable in power case and clamp it with tie band.

Power connector

Rubber foot

Cable routing

Tie band

Ferrite core

5

AC adapter

Power case

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(6) Installing Control PCB Assy

• Fit control PCB’s on-board connectors in their respective holes in the raised section of bottom chassis and then fit power switch in between switch guide posts.

• Insert IF PCB assy through raised section of bottom chassis and plug its connector into mating socket on control PCB assy.

• Secure IF PCB assy to bottom chassis with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)).

• Secure corner B of control PCB assy with a screw (M3

×

6 (ST)).

(Corner A will be secured together with FG cable when the mechanism assy is installed.)

Control PCB assy

II

M3

×

6 (ST)

IF PCB assy

M3

×

6 (ST)

Power switch

Switch guide

Bottom chassis

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(7) Installing Mechanism Unit

• Insert hooks at the bottom of mechanism unit into the hook holes in the raised end of bottom chassis, and then plug the connectors

(A – E) to the mating sockets on control PCB.

• Exercise care not to bite the connectors under mechanism unit.

• Secure mechanism unit to bottom chassis with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)).

• Secure control PCB assy to bottom chassis together with FG cable, with an M3

×

6 (ST) screw.

Bottom chasis

FG cable

Square hole

Mechanism unit

M3

×

6 (ST)

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(8) Installing Top Cover SA

• Connect operation panel connector.

Pass operation panel connector under cable holder.

• Cover with top cover SA directly over top of mechanism unit

Fit power switch in the power switch cutout in top cover SA.

• Lower the top cover SA as shown in the diagram.

Press it down from above until it clicks into place.

• Secure top cover SA to mechanism unit with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)).

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Square hole

Top cover SA

M3

×

6 (ST)

Operation panel connector

Power switch

Cable holder

(9) Installing Printer Cover SA

• Hitch the two rear corners 1.

• Hitch the two sections 2 and press in direction of arrow.

• Secure with two screws (M3

×

8 (BT)).

Printer cover SA

M3

×

8 (BT)

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(10) Installing Power Case SA

(built-in power supply type)

• Secure printer to power case SA with four screws (M3

×

8 (ST)) from the bottom of power case SA.

• Plug power connector into printer’s power connector port.

Power connector

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(11) Replacing IF PCB Assy

● Remove IF PCB assy

• Take off the two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)) that retain IF PCB assy.

• Pull out IF PCB assy from bottom chassis.

● Install replacement IF PCB assy

• Insert replacement IF PCB assy into printer until its card-edge connector properly plugs into the mating socket.

• Secure IF PCB assy to bottom chassis with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)).

M3

×

8 (ST)

Power case SA

IF PCB Assy

M3

×

6 (ST)

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3.3.2 Reassembly Procedure for Mechanism Unit

(1) Assembling Auto Cutter SA

• Insert safety cover over cutter plate through the slots (indicated by two upward arrows) into the mating slots.

• Attach EXT spring-03 as shown.

• Attach auto cutter in between cutter plate and safety cover in the direction of the arrow and secure it with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)).

(Use hole A for the partial-cut type, and hole

B for the full-cut type.)

Auto cutter

M3

×

6 (ST)

Safety cover

Cutter Plate

EXT spring-03

(2) Assembling Center Frame SA

• Set one end of sensor PCB assy in the holder and secure the other end to center frame with a screw (M2.6

×

8 (BT)) as shown.

• Attach slider to DIP switch cover.

• Install DIP switch cover, guide roller, sensor plate, and PNE lever assy.

Grease both ends of guide roller shaft.

Slider

DIP switch cover

Center frame

Guide roller

Sensor plate

PNE lever assy

M2.6

×

6 (BT)

Sensor PCB assy

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(3) Assembling Platen SA

• Attach two E-rings, 4 to inner slots of platen shaft.

• Insert two platen bushings on platen shaft while making sure that their orientations are correct. Grease the sliding surfaces of platen bushings.

• Insert platen gear on the D-shaped cut end of platen shaft.

• Attach two E-rings, 4 in the outer slots on platen shaft.

Platen gear

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Platen bushing

E-ring, 4

Platen

(4) Assembling Top Chassis SA

• Install roller on damper.

• Secure damper to top chassis with a screw

(M3

×

6 (ST)).

• Pass two head cable assy connectors through the square holes (A and B) in top chassis.

• Plug the connectors into the mating sockets on thermal head, and then secure thermal head to top chassis with two screws (M3

×

4).

• Secure head cover to thermal head with two screws (M2.6

×

6 (BT)).

• Pass wire cover over head cable assy and install wire cover on top chassis.

• Pass head cable assy under cable holder.

• Insert switch knob into switch knob aperture while making sure that it is oriented properly.

Top chassis

Cable holder

Wire cover

Thermal head

Head cover

Rolller

Head cable assy

M3

×

6 (ST)

Damper

M2.6

×

6 (BT)

Switch knob

M3

×

4

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(5) Installing Brake and Stepping Motor

• Attach brake on main chassis with a screw

(M3

×

6 (ST)) while making sure that it is oriented properly.

• Attach stepping motor on main chassis with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)), with its cables dangled down.

Main chassis

M3

×

6 (ST)

Brake

M3

×

6 (ST)

(6) Installing Pressure Arms

• Attach pressure arm-R on bar ring (at pivoting center) on the right side of main chassis, and then install EXT spring-01 as shown.

• Attach pressure arm-L on one of the stepping motor retention screw head on the left side of main chassis, and then attach EXT spring-01 as shown.

Main chassis

Stepping motor

Pressure arm-R

Pressure arm-L

EXT spring-01

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(7) Installing Lock Lever

• Pass lock lever-L-SA all the way through the double fan-shaped hole in the left side of main chassis and insert its end into another double fan-shaped hole in the right side of main chassis.

• Insert lock lever-R-SA on the end of lock lever-L-SA that protrudes from the right side of main chassis.

• Press ejector onto the end of lock lever-L-SA.

• Attach EXT spring-02.

Main chassis

EXT spring-02

Lock lever-R-SA

Ejector

Lock lever-L-SA

(8) Installing Auto Cutter SA

• Attach auto cutter SA in main chassis by fitting its two bottom projections into the respective holes.

• Fasten auto cutter SA to main chassis with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)).

Main chassis

Auto cutter SA

M3

×

6 (ST)

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(9) Installing Stepping Motor Gear

• Grease gear holder bearing.

• Insert idle gear and then reduction gear over the respective studs on gear holder.

• Fasten gear holder to main chassis with two screws (M3

×

6 (ST)).

Main chassis

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Idle gear

Reduction gear

Gear holder

M3

×

6 (ST)

(10) Installing Center Frame SA

• Place center frame SA in main chassis. Pass connector A through hole A, and connector B through hole B.

• Secure center frame SA to main chassis with four screws (M3

×

6 (BT)) together with the

FG cable installed as shown.

Center frame SA

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M3

×

6 (BT)

FG cable

Main chassis

(11) Installing Platen SA

1 Insert the right end of platen SA into platen

SA holder, with the flat sides of platen bushing kept in a horizontal position and the pressure arm pressed down.

2 Insert the left end of platen SA into the Ushaped slot, with the flat sides of platen bushing kept in a vertical position. While pressing down pressure arm, rotate platen bushing 90 degrees.

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Platen bushing

Platen SA

Main chassis

Pressure arm

(12) Installing Top Chassis SA

• Attach the E-ring, 2 on one end of chassis shaft.

• Insert top chassis SA’s brake disc into the brake slot to a position where chassis shaft can be passed through the pivoting center hole of brake disc.

• Pass chassis shaft all the way across main chassis.

• Attach another E-ring, 2 on the other end of chassis shaft.

• Pass head harness through harness clamps as shown.

E-ring, 2

Chassis shaft

Top chassis SA

Brake disc

Brake

Flat surface

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Head cable assy

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3.4 Lubrication

3.4.1 Lubricant

Fluoil G-943 (Kanto Chemical Industries Co., Ltd.)

3.4.2 Where to Lubricate

A. Platen bushings and the platen shafts (2 places each)

B. Gear shafts of the gear holder (2 places)

C. Sliding surface of the brake disc

D. Lock shaft parts of the lock lever-R/L (2 places on both sides)

(See the following figure.)

E. Sliding parts of the pressure arm-R/L (3 places on both sides)

(See the following figure.)

F. U-shaped grooves of the main chassis, where the platen bushings are engaged (2 places on both sides)

(See the following figure.)

G. Both ends of guide roller shaft

D

E

F

E

E

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4. TROUBLESHOOTING

4.1 Troubleshooting Procedure

When a trouble occurs, confirm its phenomenon, locate a defective part in accordance with 4.2 Troubleshooting

Guide, and troubleshoot as described below.

• Phenomenon: Find a trouble phenomenon in this column. If there are multiple phenomena, take all the corresponding items into consideration. This allows you to specify a hidden defective part.

• Cause: Lists as many possible causes as possible. Guess a trouble cause out of them and take its check method to specify the trouble cause.

• Check Method: Describes a check method to specify a trouble cause.

• Remedy: Troubleshoot by taking a remedy described in this column.

By troubleshooting in accordance with the above-mentioned procedure, you can troubleshoot efficiently with fewer misjudgments.

4.2 Troubleshooting Guide

Power Supply Failure

Phenomenon

No power

(POWER lamp not illuminated)

Cause

The AC adapter is not connected.

The fuse is gone.

The fuse immediately goes again after replacing with new one.

The control PCB assy is defective.

The circuit drive power is abnormal.

Check Method

Check whether any unspecified power has been used so far.

Check whether the specified fuse is used.

Remedy

Connect the specified AC adapter.

Use the specified AC adapter.

Use the specified fuse.

With a DC voltmeter, measure the circuit drive voltage.

Replace the control PCB assy.

Replace the control PCB assy.

♦ If the fuse is gone with the specified AC voltage supplied to the AC adapter, it is likely that the thermal head unit or control PCB assy is defective. Replace either defective one. Incidentally, check the wiring of the drawer and interface cable.

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Printing failure

Phenomenon

No printing

Partly not printed

Faint printout or uneven printout

Cause

Faulty DC output voltage from the AC adapter

Check Method

Check whether the specified AC adapter is used.

Remedy

Use the specified AC adapter.

Faulty control PCB assy

Faulty connection of the thermal head connector

Faulty thermal head

Faulty connection of the thermal head connector

Faulty thermal head

Faulty DC output voltage from the AC adapter

Low DC output voltage from the AC adapter

Faulty thermal head

Foreign substance is adhered to the thermal head.

Check connection of the thermal head connector.

Check connection of the thermal head connector.

Check whether the specified AC adapter is used.

Check the DC voltage with a DC voltmeter.

Check whether any foreign substances are adhered to the thermal head.

Non-recommended paper is used.

Faulty mounting of the platen roller

Check whether the paper being used meets the specification.

Check mounting condition of the platen roller.

Replace the control PCB assy.

Connect the thermal head connector properly. Or replace the head cable assy.

Replace the thermal head.

Connect the thermal head connector properly. Or replace the head cable assy.

Replace the thermal head.

Use the specified AC adapter.

Supply the specified AC voltage to the AC adapter.

Replace the thermal head.

Dip a cotton swab or soft cloth in ethyl alcohol and wipe the foreign substances with them.

Replace it with the specified paper.

Mount the platen roller properly.

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Paper feed failure

Phenomenon

Paper is not fed or fed irregularly

Cause

Faulty connection of the motor connector

Defective motor

Faulty DC output voltage from the AC adapter

Low DC output voltage from the AC adapter

Faulty control PCB assy

Faulty mounting of the platen roller

Paper feed failure

Foreign substance in the gear

Broken gear

Check Method

Check connection of the motor connector.

Measure the supply voltage with a DC voltmeter or oscilloscope.

Check whether the specified AC adapter is used.

Check the DC voltage with a DC voltmeter.

Check mounting condition of the platen roller.

Check whether or not the paper is jamming or torn and caught in the paper path.

Remove the gear holder and check for any foreign substance caught in the gears.

Remove the gear holder and check for any breakage of the gears.

Remedy

Connect the connector correctly.

If the supply voltage is normal, replace the motor.

Use the specified AC adapter.

Supply the specified AC voltage to the AC adapter.

Replace the control PCB assy.

Mount the platen roller properly.

Eliminate unnecessary paper in the paper path and set paper properly.

Eliminate the foreign substance.

If the gear is broken, replace it with new one.

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Faulty sensor

Phenomenon

Does not detect presence of paper.

Does not detect paper nearend status.

Cause

Faulty paper sensor

Foreign substance is attached to the paper sensor.

Faulty connection of the paper sensor connector

Faulty paper near-end sensor

Foreign substance is attached to the paper nearend sensor.

Faulty connection of the paper near-end sensor connector

Check Method

Check whether the ERROR lamp flickers when paper is out.

Check whether any foreign substances are adhered to the paper sensor.

Check connection of the paper sensor connector.

Check whether the ERROR lamp flickers when paper is out.

Check whether any foreign substances are adhered to the paper near-end sensor.

Check connection of the paper near-end sensor connector.

Remedy

Replace the sensor PCB assy.

Remove the foreign substance.

Connect the connector correctly.

Replace the paper near-end sensor.

Remove the foreign substance.

Connect the connector correctly.

Faulty auto cutter

Phenomenon

The cutter does not function.

Paper feed failure

(Paper jam)

Cause

Faulty connection of the auto cutter connector

Faulty DC output voltage from the AC adapter

Defective auto cutter

Check Method

Check connection of the auto cutter connector.

Check whether the specified

Measure the supply voltage with a DC voltmeter or oscilloscope.

Check whether or not the paper is jamming or torn and caught in the paper path.

Remedy

Connect the connector correctly.

AC adapter is used.

Use the specified AC adapter.

If the supply voltage is normal, replace the auto cutter.

Eliminate unnecessary paper in the paper path and set paper properly.

• If the no-paper condition is not detected while the printer is running out of the recording paper, it will print without the paper, leading to a trouble of the head, and so on.

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5 SERVICE PARTS LIST

5.1 Parts List for Mechanism

EXPLODED VIEW

Ref. No.

Parts No.

1-2

2

4

6-1

6-2

15

17

18

19

20

11

12

13

14

7

8

9

10

Description

232SEC-0166 Bottom Chassis II

E 6302-370 Rubber Foot (ø10

×

3)

Control PCB Assy II (F)

231001-01A-1 IF PCB Assy (P)

232SEC-3237 Parallel IF Plate

IF PCB Assy (R) Screw (mm)

IF PCB Assy (R) Screw (inch)

23SEC-3236 Serial IF Plate

E 4002-600 Main Chassis

E 8017-110

E 8032-120

Stepping Motor

Pressure Arm-R

E 8021-130

23G74985

E 8012-030

E 8013-040

E 6602-140

E 6602-141

E 6602-142

E 6602-143

E 6602-150

Pressure Arm-L

EXT Spring-01

Lock Lever-R-SA

Lock Lever-L-SA

Ejector (Ivory)

Ejector (Black)

Ejector (Gray)

Ejector (Cool White)

Brake

E 8019-200

E 8516-030

E 8500-100

23G88351

Reduction Gear

Idle Gear

Gear Holder

Ext Spring-02

32

32

32

32

33

28

29

30

22

23

24

26

34

35

23SEC-3232 Cutter Plate

ACC-230 Auto Cutter

E 8023-130 Safety Cover

23G74992 EXT Spring-03

E 8031-150

E 8025-120

E 8019-210

Platen

Platen Bushing

Platen Gear

232SEC-0157 Center Frame (Ivory)

232SEC-0157-W Center Frame (White)

232SEC-0157-B Center Frame (Black)

232SEC-0157-G Center Frame (Gray)

E 4019-230

E 4019-231

E 4019-232

E 4019-233

600332-00

700018-00

DIP SW Cover (Ivory)

DIP SW Cover (Black)

DIP SW Cover (Gray)

DIP SW Cover (Cool White)

Slider

Guide Roller

20

1/3

Remarks

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Q’ ty

1

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

Parallel Only

Parallel Only

RS-232C Only

RS-232C Only

RS-232C Only

1

EXPLODED VIEW

Ref. No.

Parts No.

36

37

38

39

Description

E 40000350 Sensor PCB Assy

E 6601-390

E 5071-115

Sensor Plate

PNE Lever Assy

23SEC-3269 Insulator

41

42-2

43

44

45

46

47

52

53

54

55

48

49

50

51

E 4002-610

23F64802

E 4900-650

E 8023-120

E 6602-160

E 6612-05

E 8023-140

E 8023-141

Top Chassis

Thermal Head

Head Cable Assy

Head Cover

Damper

Roller

Wire Cover (Ivory)

Wire Cover (Black)

E 8023-142

E 8023-143

Wire Cover (Gray)

Wire Cover (Cool White)

E 6233-180 Chassis Shaft

23SEC-3032 Switch knob

E 66201-090 Top Cover (Ivory)

E 66201-091 Top Cover (Black)

E 66201-092 Top Cover (Gray)

E 66201-093 Top Cover (Cool White)

E 6200-700

E 6200-701

E 6200-702

E 6200-703

E 40000340

E 40000330

E 5200-370

23F66447

Front Cover (Ivory)

Front Cover (Black)

Front Cover (Gray)

Front Cover (Cool White)

Operation Panel

Operation PCB Assy

Operation Sheet

FG Cable

60

61

63

65

E 62040590

E 62040591

E 62040592

E 62040593

E 6220-670

E 6601-400

E 6601-401

E 6601-402

E 6601-403

E 62020420

E 62020421

E 62020422

E 62020423

Printer Cover (Ivory)

Printer Cover (Black)

Printer Cover (Gray)

Printer Cover (Cool White)

Tear Bar

Partition (Ivory)

Partition (Black)

Partition (Gray)

Partition (Cool White)

Power Case (Ivory)

Power Case (Black)

Power Case (Gray)

Power Case (Cool White)

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Q’ ty

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

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Remarks

1

21

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Parts No.

66

67

68

69

70

71

72

31AD

E 6100-765

E 6100-755

E 6100-730

Description

AC Adapter

AC Cord-100V

AC Cord-120V

AC Cord-230V

Caution Label, Paper

Caution Label, Hot

Caution Label, Drawer

84

85

86

87

88

80

81

82

83

23G75069

23G22579

23G22821

23G23251

23G22796

23G23179

23G42966

23G22829

23G65865

Screw, PH, M3

×

4

Screw, PHT (ST), M3

×

6

Screw, PHT (ST), M3

×

8

Screw, PHT (BT), M3

×

6

Screw, PHT (BT), M3

×

8

Screw, PHT (BT), M2.6

×

6

Screw, PHT (ST, EXT, TW), M3

×

6

E-Ring, 4

E-Ring, 2

1

4

6

4

2

2

18

4

1

1

1

Q’ ty

1

1

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22

5.2 Disassembly Drawing

Disassembly Drawing-1

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Disassembly Drawing-2

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5.3 Parts List for Control PCB Assy

5.3.1 Control PCB Assy

Ref. No.

IC1

IC2

IC3,(IC101)

IC4

IC5

IC6

IC7

Parts No.

23F58596

E 104-530

23F64631

23F60056

E 4101-720

23F46940

TA1

TA2

TR1,8,9,(6,7)

TR2

TR3,4,10,11,16,(101)

TR5,12,13,(17,),18

TR14,15

TR19

(TR21,22,23)

TR20

ZD1

D1,(4,5,6)

D2,3

(R19),R56

R3,(18),26,42,45,51,

(38)

R13

R23,39,(R15,35)

(R21)

R12

R17,22,28,30,33,34,

48,(58)

R44

(R20)

R9,10,(49,50)

R1,2,14,16,27,29,32,

(57)

R43

R5,46,47,(101)

R31

R4

R25,41.(37)

R6.7

R24.(36)

R40

(R55)

(R52.53.54)

R8.11

RA1.2.3.4.5

RA6.7

VR1

23F58692

23F67257

23F62872

E 390-380

E 390-230

E 358-080

23F46989

E 358-120

E 359-210

23F60160

E 358-130

23F67571

23F50910

23F47913

23F55041

23F47219

23F49184

23F67499

23F49145

23F67500

23F49491

23F58137

23F58661

23F49191

23F60234

23F49177

23F58685

23F50884

23F49152

23F50891

23F49160

23F46730

CPU

Gate Array

Flash Memory

RAM

DC/DC Converter

RESET IC

HC-MOS

Description

HD6412350F20

CBM202LA-00

M29F800B-70N1

TC554001FL-70L

SI-8401L

M51953BPE

SN74HCU04AF

Z.Diode

Diode

Diode

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Transistor Array

Transistor Array

Transistor

Transistor

Transistor

Transistor

Transistor

Transistor

Transistor

Transistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor Array

Resistor Array

SMA7022MU

TA8428K

RN1302

2SJ549S

RN1310

2SC2712

2SC3786

RN2302

2SK1133

RN1423

RD6.2FM

1SS193

S5688B

CR10-000J

CR10-101J

CR10-121F

CR10-181J

CR-511F

CR10-471F

CR10-102J

CR10-102F

CR10-221J

CR10-222J

CR10-332J

CR10-622F

CR10-103J

DR10-223J

CR10-303F

CR10-333J

CR10-473J

CR10-683J

CR10-823J

CR10-105J

CR10-475J

CR01-1.8J(1W)

BCN16-4AI103J

BCN16-4AI102J

PV12H202A01BB00

25

1

5

1

2

(1)

1

7

1

1

2

1

1

2

1

(3)

1

5

4

3

1

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

4

(1)

(3)

2

1

(1)

2

7

5

2

(1)

Q’ty

1

1

(2)

1

1

1

(1)

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Remarks

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DS1

DS2

S1

F1

F2

F3

X1

(X2)

Ref. No.

C6

C7

C1.2

C3

C4.5.8.9.10.11.18.26

CP1A.1B.1C1D.2B.2C.

2D3.4.6.7.101

C12,13,16,29,102

C14,15,(30,31,32)

C17,19,(20),21,22,23,

26,(24),25.(33)

(C27,28),C101,103~109

Parts No.

23F56621

23F56638

23F60024

23F56645

23F63102

23F63102

23F63885

23F64738

23F63878

23F63084

23F19675

23F17197

E 4003-630

E 4005-840

E 4005-770

E 4005-815

E 501-430

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Description

35ZL1000M

16ZL470M

GRM1545B474K250PT

GRM42-6F474Z50PT

C1608JF1H104Z

C1608JF1H104Z

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

DIP Switch

DIP Switch

Switch

Fuse

Fuse

Fuse

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

C1608JB1H471K

C1608JB1H222K

C1608JB1H102K

C1608CH1H101J

KSD08H

KSD10H

SF-W1P1A-01BB2

MS4

MQ1.5

251.500

CSTCV20.00MXJ040

CSTCW3200MX01

8

1

1

1

5

2

7

1

1

1

1

(1)

Q’ty

2

1

1

1

8

11

2/3

Remarks

CN1

(CN2,CN101)

CN3

CN4

CN5

CN6

CN7

(CN8)

CN9

CN10

CN11

E 48000690

E 48000940

E 48000945

E 48000755

E 48000765

E 48000955

E 48000930

E 48000755

E 48000950

E 48000705

23F67218

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

Connector

TCS7960-53-2010

53014-0210

53313-3015

53014-0310

53015-0510

S6B-PH-K-S

53015-0610

53014-0310

53014-0710

TM5RJ3-66

DHB-PA30-R131N

1

1

1

(1)

1

(2)

1

1

1

1

1

BZ1

L1~14,21,22,24~27

(L15~18),19.20.23

(L101.102)

LA1~6,(7),8

23F20791

23F47750

23F47767

23F47767

Buzer

Ferrite Beads

Ferrite Beads

Ferrite Beads

MEB-12C-5

ACC4516L-600

ACB2012M-120

ACB2012M-120

23F67225

23F64671

23C23181

Ferrite Beads Array

Cont.PCB

ROM Label

ACA3216H4-120-X

PCB

PDL-91

7

1

(2)

1

20

3

(2)

26

IC1,2

IC3

RA1,2

RA3

C1

C2,7,8

C3,4

C5

C6

CN1

CN2

L1,2

LA1~5

IC1,2

Ref. No.

C1

C2~12

C13

CN1

(CN2)

(CN2)

LA1,2

R1

DS3

R1

Parts No.

23F46597

23F64706

23F63102

23F60024

23F67232

23F67271

23F67225

23F67225

23F47219

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I/F-IC

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Description

SP232ECN

16MRE100

C1608JB1H104KT

GRM1545B474K250PT

Connector

Connector

Connector

Ferrite Beads Array

Resistor

DHB-RA30-R131N

70013-025-03

70013-025-04

ACA3216H4-120-X

CR10-000J

Q’ty

2

1

(1)

(1)

1

11

1

2

(1)

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Remarks

23F19675

23F64688

23SEC-3236

DIP Switch

PCB

Serial If Plate

KSD08H

1001-02

500288-00

74HC05

74HC244

23F54338

23F58614

H-CMOS

H-CMOS

23F52351

23F68455

23F64706

23F63102

23F63878

23F56645

23F60024

23F67232

23F67240

23F47767

23F67225

Resistor Array

Resistor Array

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Cera. Capacitor

Connector

Connector

Ferrite Beads

Ferrite Beads Array

BCN31-8SI332J

BCN31-8SI473J

16MRE100

C1608JB1H104KT

C1608JB1H102KT

GRM42-6F474Z50PT

GHM1545B474K250PT

DHB-RA30-R131N

57RE-40360-730B(D29)

ACB2012M-120

ACA3216H4-120-X

2

1

1

3

1

2

1

2

5

1

1

23F64695

23F47219

23SEC-3237

PCB

Resistor

Parallel If Plate

1001-03

CR10-000J

500287-00

1

(1)

1

1

1

1

2

1

27

5.4 Parts Layout Drawing

5.4.1 Control PCB Assy (Main Board Part Surface)

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3SEC-1137

5.4.2 Control PCB Assy (Main Board Soldering Surface)

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3SEC-1140

5.4.3 Control PCB Assy (Serial Interface)

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SEC-3285

5.4.4 Control PCB Assy (Parallel Interface)

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3SEC-1138

5.4.5 Operation PCB Assy

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Description

LED1 LED SEL-2410E (GREEN)

LED2

R1

R2

S1

LED

Resistor

Resistor

SEL-2110S (RED)

RD25M10-220

RD25M10-470

Tact Switch SKHHBV

Operation Cable Assy SEC-2855

PCB 1000-03

32

5.4.6 Sensor PCB Assy

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Description

IC1 Interrupter GP2S24

IC2 Photo Transistor ST-23G-C

S1 Micro Switch D3C-2220

Sensor Cable Assy SEC-2853

PCB 1000-04

33

5.4.7 PNE PCB Assy in PNE Lever Assy

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IC1 Interrupter

PNE Cable

PCB

Description

GP2S24

SEC-2854

1000-05

34

6. DRAWING

The following lists the reference drawings for maintenance, and so on.

• Block diagram

• Circuit diagrams for the following circuits

• Control PCB Assy (Main Board)

• Control PCB Assy (Serial Interface)

• Control PCB Assy (Parallel Interface)

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6.1 Block Diagram

OSC 20Mz

Flash memory

RAM

LED

FEED switch

Cutter

Stepping moter

Driver

Driver

Driver Interface

CPU

Reset

G/A

DIP switch

*1

Paper end

Cover switch

Label sensor

Paper near-end

*2

Peeler sensor

DC5V DC24V

Power source

Drawer1

Drawer2

Parallel

Centronics compliant

IEEE1284 compliant

Serial

PS-232C compliant

*1 Only for label printing

*2 Only for label printing

DC24V 1.8A

AC adapter

36

6.2 Circuit Diagram

6.2.1 Control PCB Assy (Main Board)

(Photo-diode for label)

Mounting only for label type

(Sensors)

Mounting only for label type

Black mark type only

(Operation panel)

(Cutter)

(Drawer)

(Mounting only for peeler sensor)

(Peeler sensor)

(Paper near end)

Mounting only for label type

Not mounting for label type

Not mounting Mounting only for label type

37

Maunting only for head protection circuit

*1

*2

= Not Mounted

= Jumper Line

(Power source)

(Head)

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(Motor)

3SEC-1131

6.2.2 Control PCB Assy (Serial Interface)

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3SEC-1132

6.2.3 Control PCB Assy (Parallel Interface)

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3SEC-1133

7. OUTER DIMENSION

• CBM1000IIS

Unit: mm

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• CBM1000IIA/CBM1000IID

Unit: mm

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• AC Adapter (31 AD)

Unit: mm

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