Sharp | SF-2530 | No.1 MODEL SF-2530 MODEL SF-D23/D24 MODEL SF-DM11

12/28/1998
SF-2530
CODE: 00ZSF2530FM/E
No.1
SF-2530
MODEL SF-D23/D24
MODEL SF-DM11
MODEL
[Note] The SF-2530 is a minor change model of the SF-2030. This Service Manual omits descriptions
common with the SF-2030, and describes only the different points of the SF-2530. For the different
points, refer to the list of changes between the SF-2030 and the SF-2530.
CONTENTS
[ 1 ] PRODUCT OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
[ 2 ] PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
[ 3 ] OPTIONS SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
[ 4 ] COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
[ 5 ] INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
[ 6 ] DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
[ 7 ] ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
[ 8 ] SIMULATION AND DIAGNOSTICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
[ 9 ] MAINTENANCE AND OTHERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Parts marked with "!" is important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified
ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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List of changes between SF-2030 and SF-2530
SF-2030
No.
Page
1-1
Item
SF-2530
Content
Change
[1]-1
General description
Model name change
SF-2030 is changed to SF-2530.
SF-2040 is changed to SF-2540.
[1]-4
System outline
Model name change and addition
20-bin staple sorter: SF-S56 is added.
SF-S56
10-bin staple sorter SF-S54N is added.
SF-S54
10-bin staple sorter (SF-S52) is deleted.
Desk: SF-DS15 is added.
ADU: SF-DM11 is added.
Card-type department control counter:
SF-EA11 is added.
Password-type department control counter
: AD-EA12 is added.
Commander: SF-EA13 is added.
Personal counter: SF-71A/B is added.
SF-S53 is changed to SF-S53N.
2-1
2-2
[2]-1-(6)
Warmup time
"About 60 sec" is changed to "About ??? sec."
[2]-1-(7)
Multicopy
999 sheets is changed to 99 sheets.
[2]-1-(10)
Paper feed
Letter size is added to AB series.
A4 size is added to Inch series.
Letter/13" is added to AB series.
13"/A4 is added to Inch series.
AB series
Paper entry
Paper size
Upper cassette
(Option)
B5/B5R
A4/A4R/B4/A3
Letter/13"
Lower cassette
A5/B5/B5R
A4/A4R/B4/A3
Letter/13"
A5: * With the option ~
Inch series
Paper entry
Paper feed size
Upper cassette
(Option)
Letter/Letter R/
Legal/Ledger
13", A4
Lower cassette
Letter/Letter R/
Legal/Ledger/
Invoice, 13"/A4
* With the option ~
–1–
Remark
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Page
2-3
Item
[2]-1-(20)
SF-2530
Content
Remark
Change
(20) Paper receive tray and finishing
Model name change and delete
SF-S53 is changed to SF-S53N.
SF-S52 is deleted.
Models in the table below are added.
Sort
capacity
Non-sort
capacity
10-bin sorter
???
???
(SF-S54)
20-bin staple sorter
???
???
(SF-S56)
Finishing function
Accessory of SF-2530 (Addition and changes in this model are in bold fonts.)
<Note> ROM language is deleted.
(25) Accessories
Destination
SEC
SECL
SEEG
SUK
SCA
Installed
when
shipping
Installed
when
shipping
Installed
when
shipping
Separately
packed
Installed
when
shipping
Installed
when
shipping
Developer (Black)
|
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
Toner cartridge
|
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
Drum *2
Original cover
Standard
provision
Option
Option
Option
Paper exit tray 1
Option
Installed Installed
when
when
shipping shipping
Standard
LAG is an option.
|
*1
Original table
Option
AB agent
Inch
agent
Japan
✕
✕
LAG is an option.
|
Toner collection
container
| (4 pcs.) One is installed when shipping.
Operation manual Japanese Exclusive
English
Dust cover
|
Zooming ratio
table
|
English/ CG:
French
German/
English
BG: None
English/
French/
Arabic
Typical
example
English/
Spanish
Typical
example
| (Part)
✕
English
English
English
English/
French
Key sheet
Japanese
English
✕
ROM language
Japanese
Exclusive
English
GG:
German
BG: None
CG:
German/
English
BG: None
English
English
English
English/French/
Spanish depending
on the destination
English, English,
English
partly
partly
+
Spanish Spanish
Foolscap
+
+
Foolscap Foolscap
SEL = English/French packed together. SEEG (BG) = Treated in a kit.
Other printed matters
Delivery/installation report (Japan/SEEG), SCA warranty, Warranty registration (SUK), Maintenance card,
Counter contract × 2 (Japan)
*1
: Retractable (Japan), Fixed (Outside Japan)
: For SEEG/SUK, only products of SOCC are installed when shipping.
*2
–2–
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Content
Remark
Change
Consumable change (Refer to the table below.)
SEC: SF-2530
No.
1
2
3
Name
Upper heat
roller kit
Lower heat
roller kit
Content
Life
×1
Upper heat roller
Product name Packing
SF-230UH
5
For replacement of fusing
separation pawl (80K life) at
every 80K, use a service part.
160K
SF-240LH
5
For replacement of fusing
separation pawl (80K life) at
every 80K, use a service part.
80K
SF-240KAI
5
Fusing separation pawl (Upper) × 4
Fusing gear
×1
Lower heat roller
×1
Fusing separation pawl (Lower) × 2
×1
80K
Cleaner blade
maintenance kit
Charging plate unit
Remark
160K
×1
×1
Drum separation pawl unit
4
Cleaner blade
Cleaner blade
× 10
80K (× 10)
SF-222CB
1
5
Upper cleaning
roller
Upper cleaning roller
× 10
80K (× 10)
SF-240UR
1
6
Lower cleaning
roller
Lower cleaning roller
× 10
80K (× 10)
SF-235CR2
1
7
Staple cartridge Staple cartridge (3 pcs)
SF-LS51
1
Common with the staple sorter
(SF-S51)
(SF-SC51) × 10 = SF-LS51
8
Staple cartridge Staple cartridge
SD-LS20
10
Common with the staple sorter
(SF-S53)
(SD-SC20) × 5 = SD-LS20
× 10
× 5 5000 times × 3
(SF-240RU) × 10 = SF-240UR
* For Toner collection container (4 pcs/80K)/Screen grid (80K)/Charger wire (80K)/Ozone filter (80K)/toner
reception seal (160K)/DV seal (160K), use service parts.
Charging plate unit (80K) and drum separation pawl unit (80K) are also supplied as service parts.
2-6
[2]-2
SECL, Agents: SF-S2530
No.
1
Name
Content
Life
×1
80K
Upper cleaning roller
maintenance kit Lower cleaning roller
Product name Packing
Remark
80K
SF-240DKA
1
160K
SF-230KB
1
SF-SC51
10
Common with the staple sorter
(SF-S51)
SD-LS20
10
Common with the staple sorter
(SF-S53)
(SD-SC20) × 5 = SD-LS20
×1
Cleaner blade
×1
Toner collection container
×4
Fusing separation pawl (Upper) × 4
Fusing separation pawl (Lower) × 2
2
Screen grid
×1
Charging plate unit
×1
Drum separation pawl unit
×1
×1
160K
Upper heat roller
maintenance kit Lower heat roller
×1
Toner reception seal
×1
DV seal
×1
Fusing gear
×1
3
Staple cartridge Staple cartridge (3 pcs)
×1
4
Staple cartridge Staple cartridge
×5
–3–
5000 times
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Item
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Content
Remark
Change
SEEG, SUK, SCA, SCNZ: SF-2530
No.
1
Name
Content
Life
×1
80K
Upper cleaning roller
maintenance kit Lower cleaning roller
Product name Packing
SF-240KA
1
Distinguished from
A3SF240KA for conformity of
EAM code.
160K
SF-230KB
1
Distinguished from
A3SF230KB for conformity of
EAM code.
SF-SC51
10
Common with the staple sorter
(SF-S51)
SD-LS20
10
Common with the staple sorter
(SF-S53)
(SD-SC20) × 5 = SD-LS20
×1
Cleaner blade
×1
Toner collection container
×4
Remark
80K
Fusing separation pawl (Upper) × 4
Fusing separation pawl (Lower) × 2
2
3-1
[3]
Screen grid
×1
Charging plate unit
×1
Drum separation pawl unit
×1
×1
160K
Upper heat roller
maintenance kit Lower heat roller
×1
Toner reception seal
×1
DV seal
×1
Fusing gear
×1
3
Staple cartridge Staple cartridge (3 pcs)
×1
4
Staple cartridge Staple cartridge
×5
OPTIONS SPECIFICATIONS
5000 times
Model name change
SF-S53 is changed to SF-S53N.
SF-S54/SF-S56 are added.
SF-S54N
SF-S54N/SF-S56 are added.
SF-S54N
–4–
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Item
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Content
Remark
Change
SF-S56
Name
Number of bins
Staple sorter
20 bins
Collection system Face up
4-1
[4]-1
Capacity per bin
Max. 50 sheets per bin (Top bin:
100 sheets)
Collatable paper
size/weight
Max.: A3
Min: B5
Normal paper (52 ∼ 80g/m2)
Thick paper (81 ∼ 200g/m2)
Staplable sheets
of paper
50 sheets (80g/m2 paper), For
A3/B4, 25 sheets.
Power source
Supplied by the copier.
Dimension
418mm (W) × 594mm (D) ×
624mm (H)
Weight
About 25kg
I Front cover shape change
External view
13
4-3
[4]-2
Operation panel
Illustration and table change
Refer to the
separation
sheet 4-3.
4-8
[4]-7
BOARD LIST
Japan in 5 6 is changed to Common.
5 Original sensing light emilting PWB Common
6 Orignal sensor light receve PWB
Common
K L illustration and list are added.
5-2
[5]-B
[5]-B
Model name change
SF-S2030 is changed to SF-S2530.
K L illustration and list are deleted.
B. SF-2030
Model name change
SF-2030 is changed to SF-2530.
–5–
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Content
Remark
Page
Item
Change
5-13
[5]-B-(3)
(3) SF-S53
Model name change
SF-S53 is changed to SF-S53N.
5-19
~
5-29
[5]-B-(4)
(4) SF-S52
•
•
5-39
[5]-B-(9)
(9) SF-DM11
9. The following note is inserted into item B of
"9. To check and adjust the matching
guide."
Enter "0" in SIM 52-3. (All destinations
except for SEC/SECL.)
6-4
[6]-2
Manual feed multicopy unit
Illustration change (Refer to the figure below.)
SF-S52 is deleted.
SF-S56 is added.
(Note) For installation of SF-S56, refer to the
SF-S56 Service Manual.
C
6
4
5
7
8
Shift the spring to the position
shown with the arrow.
6-5
[6]-3
Paper feed unit
•
6-6
[6]-4
Transport baseplate unit
Paper stop clutch illustration change
6-8
[6]-4
Transport baseplate unit
Clutch H shape in Illustration F is changed.
PS clutch shape change
PS clutch shape in Fig. A ~ B is changed.
(Refer to the figure below.)
F
5
12
11
Changed to round shape.
–6–
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Page
6-16
Item
[6]-8
SF-2530
Content
Remark
Change
8. Operation panel unit and document size
sensor board (light receive side)
•
•
Flow chart change
Procedures 8, 9, F, and G of LCD unit
delete procedures are deleted.
Illustrations A B are changed (Refer to the
figure below.)
A
1
2
B
3
4
5
Illustration D is added.
D
6-17
[6]-8
6-21
[6]-9
6
Illustration is deleted.
9. Optical unit
The following note is added.
* When the copy lamp unit is pressed onto
the optical notch section, there must be a
clearance of 2mm between the optical
notch section and the No. 2/3 mirror base
unit.
Copy lamp unit installing position
2mm
–7–
2mm
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Item
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Change
Item 1 is changed to the following content.
No. 2/3 mirror base unit installing position
1 Manually turn the mirror base drive pulley
to press the copy lamp unit onto the optical
notch section. If the clearance between the
mirror base B and the optical notch section
is 2mm both at the front frame side and at
the rear frame side, the parallelism of mirror base B is proper and there is no need to
adjust. If not, loosen the pulley fixing screw
as shown below and move the pulley to adjust.
7-2
[7]-1-4
•
(4) Notes on installing various rollers of the
developing unit
•
Part code change
φ8 V-ring PRNGP0013FCZZ is changed to
PRNGP0051FCZZ.
φ6 V-ring PRNGP0015FCZZ is changed to
PRNGP0050FCZZ.
The roller shown below is deleted.
V-ring Φ6
Rear
•
V-ring Φ6
Front
Roller SV (X1)
Insert C-ring into the figure of MG roller.
(Refer to the figure below.)
V-ring Φ8
V-ring Φ8
Rear
Front
Magnet roller
•
7-2
7-17
[7]-1-(5)
[7]-4-3
(5) Notes on applying the developing side
seals (front and rear)
Note for attaching developer side seals F/R
Roller name change
Roller S (x1) is changed to Roller SS (x1).
Roller MX is changed to Roller MXW.
Side seal FN, PN shape change
D
B
(Rear)
(Front)
3. Procedure for copy density adjustment
D
B
(Rear)
(Front)
The following content is deleted.
The following message is displayed on the
LCD.
AUTO EXPOSURE ADJUST.
↓
1.
2.
← LIGHTER
–8–
3. STD
4.
5.
DARKER →
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7-19
7-21
Item
[7]-4-3
SF-2530
Content
•
•
(6) Adjustment of copy density
[7]-4-3
[7]-5-6
ME1
ME5
TS1
TS5
PE1
PE5
AE1
AE5
AT1
AT5
ME1
ME5
TS1
TS5
PE1
PE5
AE1
AE5
AT1
AT5
ME1
ME
TS1
TS5
PE1
PE5
AE1
AE5
AT1
AT5
ME1
ME5
TS1
TS5
PE1
PE5
AE1
AE5
AT1
AT5
ME1
ME5
TS1
TS5
PE1
PE5
AE1
AE5
AT1
AT5
ME1
ME5
TS1
TS5
PE1
PE5
AE1
AE5
AT1
AT5
A. Adjustment when installing the machine
The following procedures (2) and (3) are
added.
(2) Execution of SIM 44-2.
Drum sensor level adjustment
Standard value: 204 ±10
(3) Execution of SIM 44-3
Image density sensor level adjustment
Standard value: 204 ±10
B. Adjustment in maintenace within the life of
supply part
•
The following items in (1) are deleted.
[+10] toner control A correction enable is
deleted.
[37] is changed to [27] and "37" to "27."
D. Adjustment when replacing the drum
(Photoconductor)
•
Procedures are changed as follows.
(2) is changed to (3).
(3) is changed to (2),
(4) is changed to (5).
(4) is added. (Refer to the following
description.)
(4) Execution of SIM 44-3
Image density sensor level adjustment
Standard value: 204 ±10
E. Adjustments when replacing the developer
and the drum (photoconductor)
•
•
8-1
A. Output value -150V is changed to –215V.
The following figure of 3 is deleted.
LCD displays (shown below) are deleted.
•
7-24
Remark
Change
Procedures are changed as follows.
(3) is changed to (5).
(4) is changed to (3).
(4) is added. (Refer to the following
description.)
(4) Execution of SIM 44-3.
Image density sensor level adjustment
Standard value: 204 ±10
(Trouble codes and countermeasures)
[8]
[8] Simulation and diagnostics
Refer to the separate sheet.
–9–
Refer to the
separate sheet
8-1 to 8-19.
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Item
[9]-4-(6)
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Content
Change
(6) Paper-feed torque limiter 500-sheet
cassette brake spring
Illustration shape change (Refer to the figure
below.)
Brake spring
Torque limiter
– 10 –
Remark
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2. Operation panel
1
2
3
EDGE
MARGIN
DUAL PAGE
ERASE
SHIFT
COPY
4
6
%
SORTER
ORIGINAL TO COPY
SORT
(ORIGINALS)
EVEN NUMBER
2
1 1
5
8
PAPER
SIZE
11 x 17
MANUAL
8½x 14
CLEAR ALL
8½x 5½
8½x 11
2
SORT
2
2
1
1
18
19
2
3
CA
4
5
6
POWER SAVE
7
8
9
START
AUTO PAPER
SELECT
PRE-COUNT
ORIGINALS
1
EXTRA
1 2 3 4 5
100%
GROUP
16 17
8½x 11
ZOOM
ODD NUMBER
STAPLE
15
INTERRUPT
AUTO
PHOTO
9 10 11 12 13 14
CHECK STAPLER
ORIGINAL
SIZE
AUTO IMAGE
EXPOSURE
7
LIGHT
DARK
20
TRAY SELECT
ORIGINAL SIZE ENTER
21
23 25 26 27
22
24
0/
29 30 31
28
C
33
34
32
1
EDGE ERASE key and indicator
2
MARGIN SHIFT key and indicator
3
DUAL PAGE COPY key and indicator
4
AUTO IMAGE key
5
COPY RATIO display
6
ZOOM keys
7
CHECK STAPLER indicator
8
Paper required indicator
9
Maintenance required indicator
F
Developer replacement required
indicator
G
Toner collecting container full indicator
H
Toner required indicator
I
Misfeed indicator
J
Copy quantity display
K
INTERRUPT key and indicator
L
CLEAR ALL ( CA ) key
M
POWER SAVE indicator
N
SORTER key and indicators
O
ORIGINAL TO COPY key and
indicators
P
LIGHT and DARK keys and indicators
Q
EXPOSURE key and indicators
R
Reduction (
S
Enlargement (
T
100% key
U
ORIGINAL SIZE indicators
V
ORIGINAL SIZE ENTER key
W
AUTO PAPER SELECT indicator
X
PAPER SIZE indicators
Y
TRAY SELECT key
Z
Paper feed location/misfeed location
indicators
[
10-key pad
\
Zero/readout key
]
Clear ( C
^
START key and indicator
) key
) key
4–3
) key
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*2: Further operation may be needed depending on the kind of
simulation.
*3: One of the next methods is required to cancel the simulation as
it varies according to the simulation. The machine then starts
from the state immediately after power on.
— Other than simulation 7
The simulation is canceled when the CLEAR ALL key is pressed.
— Simulation 7
One of the following operation cancels the simulation execution.
1. Power switch off.
2. Press the CLEAR → PAUSE → 0 → PAUSE → CLEAR ALL
keys.
— Simulation 14
The simulation 14 is used to clear the memory contents (H2, H3,
H4) that have been stored. After the simulation 14 has been executed, the diagnostic is automatically terminated.
— Special keys
CLEAR ALL key: Simulation mode → normal mode.
PAUSE key: Execution of simulation is interrupted.
CLEAR key: Clears the copy number window.
— The diagnostic is automatically terminated after the doorswitch
operation "ON → OFF → ON", except "H" and "U2" code.
[8] Simulation and diagnostics
1. Simulation
(1) Introduction
Simulation are used to do the following:
• To operate any functional block independently to check its function.
• To adjust the machine.
• To cancel troubles.
• To set up functions.
(2) Purpose
Simulation are used to help repair and adjust the machine.
When the PAUSE key is pressed in a course of a simulation being
executed, the simulation is interrupted with the copy number window
turned off and the copier becomes ready to accept entry of a simulation number.
*1: If the key was pressed for more than five seconds, it may not go
into the simulation mode.
(3) Simulation execution procedure
1 Press the CLEAR key.
*1
2 Press the PAUSE key.
4 Press the PAUSE key.
As the copy number window number
disappears, the control becomes ready
for entry of a simulation number.
*1
3 Press the 0/◊ ΚΕΨ.
*1
5 Enter the required
simulation number on
the keypad.
6 Press the PRINT switch.
The figure in the copy number window
blinks and becomes ready for entry of
a simulation number.
After entering a two-digit number, the
simulation number comes displayed
on the copy number window.
Is there
any subsequent
code?
7 Enter the required
simulation number on
the keypad.
YES
After entering a two-digit number,
the simulation number comes
displayed on the copy number window.
NO
6 Press the PRINT switch.
8 Press the PRINT switch.
*2 Action takes place corresponding
to the given simulation number.
*2 Action takes place corresponding to
the given simulation number.
7 Press the PAUSE key.
9 Press the PAUSE key.
As the figure in the copy number window
disappears, the control becomes ready
for entry of a simulation number.
YES
Doing other
simulation?
NO
Press the CLEAR ALL key (*3).
The simulation is canceled and the
control returns to the state immediately
after the switch was turned on.
8–1
The figure in the copy number window
blinks and becomes ready for entry of
a simulation number.
NO
Want to
return to the main
command
entry?
YES
Press the PAUSE key.
As the main simulation code comes
displayed, the control becomes ready
for entry of the simulation main code.
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List of the test commands
Sim.
NO
01
02
Sim.
SUB
Optical system mirror scanning check
01
Warm-up time display and aging with jam detection
Optical system sensor state display
02
Aging without jam
03
Lens movement operation check
03
Aging without jam without fusing
04
Lens aging
04
Warm-up disabled
01
RADF aging
06
Intermittent aging
02
RADF sensor state display
07
Intermittent aging without jam
Motor A forward rotation
08
Warm-up time display (without aging)
04
Motor A reverse rotation
01
Developer bias check
Motor B forward rotation
02
Motor B reverse rotation
03
MHV
(Charge), grid
check
05
RADF
individual load
operation
check
08
Standard
Photo
Belt clutch
04
Paper feed solenoid
06
THV (Transfer) check
09
Reverse solenoid
07
SHV (Separation) check
10
Stopper solenoid
02
ADU sensor state display
11
Brake clutch
03
ADU trail edge plate aging
04
ADU alignment plate aging
01
Sorter state display
02
Sorter sensor state display
09
TSM
05
Gate solenoid operation check
03
Transport motor
10
**
Toner motor aging
04
Bin shift motor
14
**
Cancel of troubles except U2, H2, H3, H4
Fan motor (SF-S15 only)
16
**
Cancel of U2 trouble code
Gate solenoid
17
**
PF trouble cancel
Staple motor (SF-S53 only)
20
**
Maintenance counter clear
01
Maintenance cycle setting
02
Mini maintenance cycle setting
05
06
08
Sorter
individual load
operation
check
09
Paper hold solenoid (SF-S53
only)
21
10
Guide bar motor (SF-S53 only)
22
01
Maintenance counter display
02
Desk sensor state display
02
Maintenance preset counter display
03
1st cassette slot, cassette size switch check (Desk)
03
Jam memory display
04
2nd cassette slot, cassette size switch check
(Desk)
04
Total jam counter display
05
Total counter display
06
Mini maintenance counter display (Japan),
Developer counter display (EX)
07
Mini maintenance preset (Japan)/Developer preset
(EX) counter display
05
3rd cassette slot, cassette size switch check (Desk)
06
Transport motor
07
1st cassette slot, lift-up motor
08
2nd cassette slot, lift-up motor
09
3rd cassette slot, lift-up motor
08
RADF counter display
10
Transport clutch
09
ADU counter display
11
1st cassette slot, paper feed
solenoid
10
Staple counter display
11
Developer adjustment time display
1st cassette slot, paper feed
clutch
12
Drum adjustment time display
2nd cassette slot, paper feed
solenoid
15
Trouble memory display
16
Cassette paper feed counter display
Developer counter display (Japan)
12
Desk
individual load
operation
check
13
22
14
2nd cassette slot, paper feed
clutch
17
18
Developer life preset counter display (EX)
15
3rd cassette slot, paper feed
solenoid
01
Jam memory/total jam counter clear
02
Trouble memory clear
3rd cassette slot, paper feed
clutch
03
Duplex counter clear
04
ADF/RADF counter clear
05
Staple counter clear
06
Developer adjustment time clear
07
Drum adjustment time clear
08
Cassette paper feed counter clear
16
06
07
03
08
05
Description
02
07
04
Sim.
SUB
01
06
03
Sim.
NO
Description
01
Operation panel display check
02
Fuser lamp check
03
Copy lamp check
04
BL/DL check
02
Separation pawl solenoid operation check
24
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Sim.
NO
Sim.
SUB
Sim.
NO
Description
Sim.
SUB
Description
01
Main motor system ON, toner sensor output
display
01
02
Auto developer adjustment
03
06
Toner control A counter value setting
07
Grid correction setting for toner control A
05
RADF resist sensor adjustment
01
Option setting
06
RADF timing sensor adjustment
03
Coin vendor setting
07
RADF repulsion sensor adjustment
05
Counter mode setting
08
RADF empty sensor adjustment
06
Destination setting
07
Drum sensitivity setting
08
Lens focus setting
09
4/5 mirror characteristics setting
10
AE original density setting
24
Margin position setting
25
Standard state setting of duplex copy from
even-number single copy
01
PPC communication trouble
01
Paper sensor state display
02
Cassette size switch state display
42
**
Developer counter clear
43
**
Fusing temperature setting
01
Correction mode setting,
02
Drum mark sensor sensitivity adjustment
03
Image density sensor sensitivity adjustment
05
Half tone density correction test mode
06
Half tone density correction compulsory execution
mode
07
DM/ID sensor gain select switch
09
Half tone density correction measurement data
display
11
Operation setting at grid bias
12
Copying without half tone density correction
25
26
27
30
44
46
01
Exposure level adjustment
47
**
AE sensor characteristics setting
01
Front/rear magnification ratio adjustment, focus
adjustment
02
Paper transport direction magnification ratio
adjustment (scanner speed)
01
Lead edge image position adjustment, lead edge
void adjustment (Calculation)
02
Lead edge image position adjustment, lead edge
void adjustment (Measurement)
48
50
51
52
02
Paper buckle adjustment
01
ADU alignment plate adjustment value setting
02
ADU trail edge plate adjustment value setting
03
ADU drive clutch OFF time setting
02
53
8–3
04
RADF stop
position
adjustment
Normal paper, Single copy
Normal paper, Duplex copy
Thin paper, Single copy
Thin paper, Duplex copy
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Main code
Sub code
Description
01
01
This is the test command used to test the optical system. The mirror base automatically starts to scan.
(1) With depression of the PAUSE key, the control moves from the test command mode to be ready to
execute it. The READY pilot lamp (RPL) comes active with the zoom ratio at 100%. It is possible to
change the zoom mode using the ZOOM key.
(2) When the PRINT key is pressed while the RPL is active, the status lamp turns off and the test
command starts to execute. The mirror base moves to scan in the zoom ratio at that time.
(3) If the door is opened while the operation is in process, the operation is interrupted with status "CH"
prompted. Closing the door will start the operation all over again from its initial step.
02
This is the test command used to test the optical system sensors. When the test command starts and
the sensor turns on and the display reverses, it starts to test the on/off action of a optical system
sensor.
Display
03
Ref. Page
Active status lamp
MENTEL (Maintenance lamp)
Mirror rotary encoder pulse (RE) input
TNEL (Waste toner full lamp)
Mirror home position sensor
DVPL (Developer maintenance lamp)
Lens home position sensor
TPL (Toner empty lamp)
No.4/5 mirror home position sensor
Used to test the zoom lens movement.
The zoom ratio is displayed on the zoom ratio window.
•
AB series machine
100%
50%
115%
Inch series machine
100%
50%
121%
04
70%
81%
141%
122%
64%
77%
141%
129%
86%
200%
95%
200%
Used to test the zoom lens in the aging test mode.
Test command 01-03 are repeated to test.
•
02
01
Used to test the action of the RADF. The aging test starts when the document presence sensor is
manually turned on.
02
This is the test command used to test RADF sensors. On/off state of sensor can be manually tested.
By pressing 10-key, a desired sensor can be selected.
10-key position
TPL
(Toner empty)
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
DVPL
(Developer
maintenance lamp)
0
1
2
Document
presence/empty detection
DSD
DF section open/close
detection
AUOD
Document width detection
DWS1
Document preliminary
feed detection
DFD
Paper feed section
open/close detection
FGOD
Document width detection
DWS2
Document exit detection
RDD
Reverse section
open/close detection
TGOD
Document width detection
DWS3
Document length detection
DLS3
Document width detection
DWS4
Empty sensor 1
DED1
Document length detection
DLS1
Empty sensor 2
DED2
Document length detection
DLS2
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
JPL
(Jam empty)
DTD
Document pass width
detection
DWS
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
Reverse display: Paper presence/Door open, Normal display: No paper/Door closed
03
Used to test the action of RADF (individual load check)
Motor A forward rotation
04
Motor A revere rotation
05
Motor B forward rotation
06
Motor B revere rotation
07
Belt clutch (Staple sorter only)
08
Paper feed solenoid (Staple sorter only)
09
Inversion solenoid
10
Stopper solenoid
11
Brake clutch
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Main code
Sub code
03
01
Sorter operation check (Only when the SF-S56 is installed)
Description
02
This is the test command used to test the sensors in the sorter.
On/off state of sensors can be manually tested.
By pressing 10-key during execution of this simulation, a desired sensor can be selected.
(When S15 installed)
Position/10-key
Ref. Page
0
1
2
Paper entry detection
(Non sort)
PES
Indexer upper limit
detection
IULS
Sorter set detection
SJS
Indexer lower limit
detection
ILLS
Top cover open/close
detection
UCSW
Indexer (bin) home
position detection
IHS
Blower cover open/close
detection
FCSW
—
Indexer (bin) fixed position
detection
IPS
—
JPL
(Jam lamp)
—
—
—
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
—
—
—
TPL
(Toner empty)
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
DVPL
(Developer
maintenance lamp)
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
Paper exit detection
PWB-S
(When S52 installed)
Position/10-key
0
1
2
Pass sensor
Jogger sensor
Sorter set detection
Bin home sensor
Paper edge sensor
Top cover open/close
detection
DVPL
(Developer maintenance lamp)
Bin cam sensor
Staple cam switch
Blower cover open/close
detection
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
Paper sensor 1
Staple needle sensor
JPL
(Jam lamp)
Paper sesnor 2
TPL
(Toner empty)
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
—
—
—
—
—
—
0
1
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
(When S18 installed)
Position/10-key
TPL
(Toner empty)
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
Entry port sensor
Paper empty sensor
DVPL
(Developer maintenance lamp)
Upper limit sensor
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
Lower limit sensor
JPL
(Jam lamp)
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
Paper sensor 2
Paper take-out sensor
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Main code
Sub code
Description
Ref. Page
(When S54 installed)
Position/10-key
0
1
2
Entry port sensor
Alignment rod home
sensor
—
Paper empty sensor
Gripping home sensor
DVPL
(Developer maintenance lamp)
Upper limit sensor
Stapler home sensor
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
Lower limit sensor
Stapler paper sensor
Paper sensor
Stapler near sensor
TPL
(Toner empty)
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
JPL
(Jam lamp)
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
Paper take-out sensor
—
—
—
—
—
—
(When S56 installed)
0
1
2
Staple door switch
Lead cam sensor
Staple cue sensor
Joint switch
Stapler home position
Staple sensor
Paper exit sensor
24V sensor
Bin upper paper sensor
Stapler oscillation home
position
Staple cartridge sensor
DIP switch 01
Alignment rod home
position sensor
Staple cartridge sensor
DIP switch 02
Bin unit home position
sensor
Stapler foreign material
sensor
DIP switch 03
Position/10-key
TPL
(Toner empty)
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
DVPL
(Developer maintenance lamp)
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
JPL
(Jam lamp)
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
Position/10-key
4
TPL
(Toner empty)
DIP switch 04
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
DIP switch 05
DVPL
(Developer maintenance lamp)
DIP switch 06
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
Push switch 02
JPL
(Jam lamp)
Push switch 03
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
03
Used to test the components of the sorter (individual load check).
Transport motor rotation (When SF-S56 is installed, this simulation is disabled.)
04
Indexer motor rotation (returns to the home position at first, then stops at each bin location Bin 1 to Bin
21, moving up and down. Sorter bin moving. (Bin motor rotation when SF-S54 is installed) (When
SF-S56 is installed, this simulation is disabled.)
05
Fan motor rotation in the case of SF-S54 only (When SF-S56 is installed, this simulation is disabled.)
06
Gate solenoid ON (SF-S15/18 only)
08
Stapler motor rotation (the paper is stapled once when there is a paper in the stapler tray). (SF-S53
only) (When SF-S54 is installed, the gripping motor rotation)
09
Paper holder solenoid operation check (SF-S53 only)
10
Guide motor operation check (SF-S53 only)
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Main code
Sub code
Description
04
02
This is the test command used to test sensors in the desk. On/off state of the sensors can be manually
tested.
When a sensor turns on, the display reverses.
10-key position
TPL
(Toner empty)
0
Upper paper sensor
DPOD1
TNFL
(Waste toner full lamp)
03
1
Upper cassette lift up
sensor
DLUD1
Medium cassette lift up
sensor
DLUD2
Lower cassette lift up
sensor
DLUD3
Upper paper exit sensor
DPOD2
DVPL
(Developer
maintenance lamp)
MENTEL
(Maintenance lamp)
JPL
(Jam lamp)
PPL
(Paper empty lamp)
Ref. Page
Lower paper sensor
DPOD3
2
Upper cassette paper
detection
DPE1
Medium cassette paper
detection
DPE
Lower cassette paper
detection
DPE3
Door open/close detection
DDOP
Used to test the on/off state of the first cassette size switch of the desk.
When the switch turns on, the display reverses.
(Cassette size board)
Switch positions when viewed from the front frame
CSSW1
CSSW2
CSSW3
CSSW4
5
TPL (Toner empty)
TNFL (Waste toner full lamp)
DVPL (Developer maintenance lamp)
MENTEL (Maintenance lamp)
CSSW3
CSSW2
CSSW1
CN
CSSW4
Paper entry side
1
Paper exit side
05
04
Used to test the on/off state of the second cassette size switch of the desk. Function is identical to the
test command 04-03.
When the switch is turned on, the display reverses.
05
Used to test the on/off state of the third cassette size switch of the desk. Function is identical to the test
command 04-03.
When the switch is turned on, the display reverses.
06
Transport motor rotation. (Desk)
07
Motor turns off when detected the upper limit of the first cassette lift up motor rotation. (Desk).
08
Motor turns off when detected the upper limit of the second cassette lift up motor rotation. (Desk)
09
Motor turns off when detected the upper limit of the third cassette lift up motor rotation. (Desk)
10
Activate transport clutch of the desk
11
Activate first cassette paper feed solenoid of the desk
12
Activate paper feed clutch of the first cassette of the desk
13
Activate second cassette paper feed solenoid of the desk
14
Activate paper feed clutch of the second cassette of the desk
15
Activate third cassette paper feed solenoid of the desk
16
Activate paper feed clutch of the third cassette of the desk
01
All LED’s on the operation panel are turned on for one minute. After one minute, the machine automatically goes into the sub code input wait state.
02
This is the test command used to test the heater lamp. Heater lamp turned on and off five times.
ON
PR
ON
OFF
OFF
HL
500msec
The heater turns on and off in the order shown above.
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Main code
Sub code
Description
05
03
This is the test command used to test the copy lamp. Copy lamp turned on in the following order.
When the test command starts, the copy lamp turns full power for one second with the manual
exposure setting 3.0 shown, and the copy lamp intensity can be changed to the power set on the
exposure setup key for a period of 6.25 seconds.
Ref. Page
ON
PR
Use care not to damage originalON
cover or RADF belt. CL
0.5
1
0
6
25
* Refrain from repeating this test command without waiting for lamp and glass to cool.
04
This is the test command used to check activation of the discharge lamp (DL) and the blank lamps (BL).
The discharge lamp (DL) turns on for 30 seconds.
Each blank lamp turns on, from the front frame side to the rear frame side. Finally, all blank lamps turn
on. After lighting, the machine automatically goes into the sub code input wait state.
06
02
Activation of the separation solenoid
Used to test the action of the drum separator pawl solenoid.
07
01
Aging test with alert for paper misfeed
1. Used to check the warmup time.
2. Executes the continuing aging test for the given number of copies.
When the test command is executed. the machine performs its normal action and the warmup time
starts to count from zero and increase count every one second. The count is displayed on the copy
lamp window.
When the RPL is turned on, the addition of the copy number is interrupted with the copy number
remaining on display as it is. When the CLEAR key is pressed, the copy number must be entered on
the keypad, and with depression of the PRINT switch, the given number of copies repeated to
produce. In this case, the paper misfeed function comes alive.
02
Aging without jam
Aging is performed without paper feed.
Similar to SIM 7-1. Aging is performed by disregarding paper jam. (Warm up time check is similar to
SIM 7-1.)
03
Aging without jam without fusing
Similar to SIM 7-1. Aging is performed by saving the warm up time and disregarding the heater system
trouble functions and paper jam. (The heater lamp does not turn on.)
04
Saving warm up
Warm up time is saved to check operations of the machine. When this simulation is executed, RPL
turns on to allow the operation check of the machine. When the heater section is at low temperature,
the heater low temperature may be sensed and H4 may be displayed.
06
Intermittent aging
07
Intermittent aging without jam
08
Warm up time display (without aging)
(Warm up time check is similar to SIm 7-1.)
01
Developing bias voltage output. After delivering the output, the machine automatically goes into the sub
code input wait state.
This is the test command used to check the developing bias voltage. The developing bias voltage is
turned on for 30 seconds.
Standard developing bias setting is –215±10V.
[7]-2(3)
02
Main (charge) corona output [ME]. After delivering the output, the machine automatically goes into the
sub code input wait state.
Standard manual exposure mode main corona grid voltage is –650±5V.
This is the test command used to check the main corona variance between the front and rear sides.
The corona output continues for 30 seconds.
• The main corona variance must be within 8µA between the front and the rear.
[7]-5-(D)
03
Main corona output [PE]. After delivering the output, the machine automatically goes into the sub code
input wait state.
Standard photographic mode main corona grid voltage is –440±5V.
[7]-5-(D)
04
Main corona output [TSM]. After delivering the output, the machine automatically goes into the sub code
input wait state.
Standard TSM main corona grid voltage is –550V±5V.
[7]-5-(D)
08
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Main code
Sub code
Description
Ref. Page
08
06
Transfer corona output [TSM]. After delivering the output, the machine automatically goes into the sub
code input wait state.
This is the test command used to check the transfer corona output (THV). The transfer corona output
continues for 30 seconds.
[7]-4-(B)
THV
30 sec
Standard transfer corona output is –42±4µA (F/R difference: Max. 5µA).
07
Separation corona output. After delivering the output, the machine automatically goes into the sub code
input wait state.
This is the test command used to check the separation corona output (SHV). The separation corona
output continues for 30 seconds.
SHV
30 sec
Standard separation corona output is 0±10 V.
09
02
ADU sensor check test command ON/OFF state of each sensor can be manually checked.
When the sensor turns on, the display reverses.
Position
Sensor
TPL (Toner empty)
DPPD1
TNFL (Waste toner full lamp)
DPPD2
ADU transport sensor 2
DVPL (Developer maintenance lamp)
DTPID
ADU tray sensor
DPFD
ADU tray out sensor
MENTEL (Maintenance lamp)
03
ADU transport sensor 1
JPL (Jam lamp)
APHPS1
ADU alignment plate home position sensor
PPL (Paper empty lamp)
APHPS2
ADU rear edge plate home position sensor
ADU trail edge plate drive motor rotation
• Used to check the trail edge plate movement
(AB series)
HP.A3
B4
(Inch series)
HP.11" x 17"
04
Function
A4R
B5R
11" x 14"
8
1
2
A4
B5
" x 11"(R)
8
A5
1
2
" x 11"
ADU alignment plate drive motor rotation
• Used check the alignment plate movement
(AB series)
HP.A3
B4
(Inch series)
HP.11" x 17"
A4R
B5R
11" x 14"
8
1
2
A4
" x 11"(R)
B5
8
A5
1
2
" x 11"
05
Gate solenoid activation
Used to check the gate solenoid operation.
10
—
Toner motor activation
Used to check the toner motor activation.
14
—
Trouble code cancellation
This is the test command used to cancel other than the "U2" trouble (H2, H3, H4). After the trouble has
been removed, the test command terminates.
16
—
U2 trouble code cancellation
This is the test command used to cancel the "U2" trouble code.
After the trouble code has been removed, the test command terminates.
17
—
PF trouble cancel
Used to cancel the PF trouble in the machine with PC/Modem when the copy inhibition command from
the host machine is received. After cancelling the trouble, the test command is automatically cancelled.
20
—
Maintenance counter clear
1. Clear
2. Not clear
When the main code is entered, the staple check lamp turns on and the machine enter the standby
mode for entry of conditions.Select 1 or 2 with 10-key. After selection, the staple check lamp goes off.
This simulation is used to set the maintenance preset counter to "0" after completion of maintenance.
Be sure to execute this simulation always after completion of maintenance.
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Main code
Sub code
21
01
Description
Ref. Page
Maintenance cycle setting
Used to set the maintenance cycle.
Code
Maintenance cycle
0 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 80,000 sheets
1 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 5,000 sheets
2 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 10,000 sheets
3 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 20,000 sheets
4 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 40,000 sheets
5 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ None
The default is 0. The code number is displayed on the copy quantity display.
22
°
01
Mini maintenance cycle setting (Japan only)
Used to set mini maintenance cycle.
Code
0 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 80,000 sheets
1 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 5,000 sheets
2 ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ 10,000 sheets
The initial value is set as "1."
The code number is displayed on the copy quantity display.
02
°
Maintenance preset counter display
This test command is used to check the contents of the maintenance preset cycle counter.
03
°
JAM memory display (JAM map display)
Displays the causes (positions) of JAM occurred in copy operation.
To check the history of JAM cause, press the message forward feed key.
MFT
Manual feed
1CS
1 cassette
2CS
2
3CS
3
4CS
4
5CS
5
ADU
ADU
ON JAM
OFF JAM
JAM CODE: XX
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Manual feed
PPD2 not
reached
2
Machine
upper step
(1CS)
PPD2 not
reached
PPD1 not
reached
3
Machine
lower step
(2CS)
PPD2 not
reached
PPD1 not
reached
PID not
reached
Desk top
step (3CS)
PPD2 not
reached
PPD1 not
reached
PID not
reached
5
Desk
medium
step (4CS)
LCC
PPD2 not
reached
PPD1 not
reached
PID not
reached
6
Desk lower
step (5CS)
PPD2 not
reached
PPD1 not
reached
PID not
reached
ADU
PPD2 not
reached
PPD1 not
reached
1
4
Machine
paper
feed
7
ON JAM
8
Transport
DPPD2 not
reached
POD not
reached
Option
B
SORTER
Sorter
C
DESK
Desk
Other
PPD1 ON
and PPD2
OFF before
1CS paper
feed
Other
E
(Reserved)
F
(Reserved)
Preliminary
paper feed
Paper feed
POD ON
and PPD2
OFF before
2CS paper
feed
DPFO ON
and PPD1
ON and
PPD2 OFF
before ADU
paper feed
A
B
C
D
E
PSD not
reached
DPPD2 not
reached
ADF
A
9
DPFD not
reached
OFF JAM
9
D
DPPD1 not
reached
8
Paper exit
Reverse
8 – 10
DPPD1
remaining
PDD
remaining
PSD
remaining
PPD2
remaining
PPD1
remaining
PID
remaining
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Main code
Sub code
22
04
24
25
Description
Ref. Page
05
°
°
Total misfeed counter display
06
°
Developer counter display (EX)
The contents of the copy number counter of the installed developing unit is displayed.
Mini maintenance counter display (Japan only)
07
°
Developer preset cycle counter display (EX)
Number of developer replacements and the reset counter contents of the installed developing unit are
displayed.
Mini maintenance preset counter display (Japan only)
08
°
RADF counter display
Used to check the number of originals fed through the RADF.
09
°
Duplex counter display
Used to check the number of sheets fed through the duplex unit.
10
°
Staple counter display
Used to check the number of use of the staple unit.
11
°
Developer adjustment time display
Used to check the correction level according to the developer rotating time.
12
°
Drum adjustment time display
Used to check the correction level according to the drum rotating time.
15
°
Trouble memory display
When the sub code is entered, the latest trouble main code is displayed on the copy quantity display.
Press the Enter key to display the previous ones. When the PSW is pressed with the trouble main
code displayed, the trouble code corresponding to that main code is displayed.
When the sorter key is kept pressing for 3 sec or more, the trouble counter value is displayed on the
copy quantity display.
16
°
Cassette paper feed counter display
Select the paper feed destination with the tray select key, and the counter value corresponding to the
selected paper feed destination is displayed by 2 digits on the copy quantity display.
17
°
Developer counter display (Japan only)
The content of the copy quantity counter of the DV unit installed is displayed.
18
°
Developer life preset counter (Japan only)
The content of the developer replacement quantity preset counter of the DV unit installed is displayed.
01
°
Misfeed map memory and total misfeed counter clear
02
Trouble memory clear
03
°
Duplex counter clear
The contents of the copy number counter is reset to the duplex unit.
It is mandatory to clear the memory contents after the maintenance is completed.
04
°
RADF counter clear
The contents of the copy number counter is reset for the RADF.
It is mandatory to clear the memory contents after the maintenance is completed.
05
°
Staple counter clear
The staple unit using counter is cleared to zero.
06
°
Developer adjustment time clear
The developer adjustment time is cleared to zero.
07
°
Drum adjustment time clear
The drum adjustment time is cleared to zero.
08
°
Tray paper feed counter clear
Delete by entering the code.
01
Total counter display
This counter is used to show the total copy number of the machine.
1
Manual feed counter delete
2
1CS counter delete
3
2CS counter delete
4
3CS counter delete
5
4CS counter delete
6
5CS counter delete
7
AX counter delete
Main motor activation
• Used to check malfunction in the main motor drive train. (Rotates for 3 min.)
• Also, monitors the toner density sensor. (Sensor output value display)
C → =↵ →
0
→ =↵ →
2
→
5
→ PSW →
8 – 11
1
→ PSW
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Sub code
Description
25
02
Automatic developer adjustment
• This is the test command used to monitor the toner sensor and to automatically set the developer.
• For automatically setting developer, the developing tank is stirred and the toner sensor output is
monitored. The sensor is monitored 16 times in 3 minutes after the stirring started and the mean
value is stored in the memory as the toner density referance value. (See the area marked with an
asterisk in the figure below.) ( Afterwards, referance changes as copies are made to maintain
density.)
Ref. Page
MM
DVBIAS
THV
DL
100m
sec
C → =↵ →
26
0
→ =↵ →
900msec
3min
2
→
5
→ PSW →
2
→ PSW
06
Toner control A count number setting
Used to set the max. number of toner control corrections.
07
Grid correction amount setting for toner control A
Used to set the absolute value of the toner control reference value.
01
Option unit setup
Used to set up option unit.
1 When the test command is executed, the presently stored machine setup code is displayed with the
READY lamp turned on.
2 After the READY lamp has turned on, enter an appropriate setup code on the keypad and press the
PRINT switch. Then, the date is stored in the memory and the READY lamp turns off.
•
Code
+1
+2
+4
+10
°
°
Option
RADF
ADU [Auto setting]
Desk
Sorter
No need to set "+2 (ADU)". If the ADU is installed, "2" is automatically added.
Used to set the code that corresponds to an option unit.
(EX): To set the RADF and desk together with ADU, enter 1+2+4=7, or 1+4=5.
NOTES:
(1) Be sure to enter the code that corresponds to the installed option unit.
(2) If option setup is incorrect, a trouble code is displayed. See the trouble code chart.
03
Coin vendor setting
0: Cancel, 1: Setting
(Note) When a coin vendor is installed, select "1. Setting."
05
Counter mode setup
1 When the test command is executed, the code of the presently stored mode is displayed with the
READY lamp turned on.
2 After the READY lamp has turned on, enter an appropriate setup code on the keypad and press the
PRINT switch. Then, the code is stored in the memory and the READY lamp turns off.
Code
0
1
2
3
Total counter
Double count
Single count
Double count
Single count
Maintenance counter
Double count
Double count
Single count
Single count
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Sub code
Description
26
06
Destination setup
Used to set the destination setting.
1 When the test command is executed, the presently stored model number and the destination code
are displayed (see table below) and the READY lamp turns on.
2 After the READY lamp has turned on, enter the model number and the destination code on the
keypad and press the PRINT switch to store the setting in the memory. The READY lamp then
turns off.
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
07
08
Destination
America
America
Canada
AB/Inch
(Inch)
(AB Japan)
German
U.K.
Australia
(AB Export)
Taiwan
Drum sensitivity setup
1 When the test command is executed, the number stored in the memory is recalled and the READY
lamp turns on.
2 A number 1 to 3 may be entered on the keypad while the RPL is active.
3 Press the PRINT switch after the number has been entered. With this, the READY lamp turns off
and the test command number is displayed.
° Drum
Keypad entry
1
2
3
Sensitivity
1
2
3
Lens characteristics entry (at a time of lens replacement)
Because each lens has a variance in focal distance, the lens moving distance in any zoom mode must
correspond with the focal distance of the lens. The zoom ratio varies proportionate to the variance of
the lens focal distance.
To avoid focus problem, the class of the lens focal distance (refer to chart on page 7-11) is stored in the
memory using the test command. In a variable zoom mode, the lens moving distance that corresponds
to the lens focal distance is obtained on the basis of the data so as to produce the accurate zoom copy.
Setup method (26-08)
1 When the test command is executed, the presently stored preset code is displayed and the READY
lamp turns on.
2 After the READY lamp turned on, enter the lens number shown on the top of lens area and press
the PRINT switch to store the value in the memory. The READY lamp now turns off.
C → =↵ → 0/◊
→ 4 → PSW
09
SEC (ES)
SEC
SECL
Other
Japan
Other
SEEG
SUK
SCA
Other
BW-UT1
Ref. Page
→ =↵ →
2
→
6
→ PSW →
8
→ PSW →
1
4/5 mirror characteristics entry (at a time of lens replacement)
(Setup method (26-09)
1 Set the correction value for lens marked value based on "lens value vs. test command input."
Press C → =↵ → 0/◊ → =↵ → 2 → 6 → PSW → 9 → PSW keys to execute
the test command 26-09.
As the READY lamp turns on, the previously set value 1 to 21) is shown.
2 Enter the new value on the keypad.
EX: If the value shown on the lens is +1, 2, pick up "14."
Press the 1 → 4 → PSW keys.
A figure 0 to L is shown on the lens value label.
82525
No. 114191
O-L
+1.2
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Main code
Sub code
26
10
AE original density setting
Used to set the original density. (Set value: 1 ∼ 9)
Default: 2 Set to 9 if the density is extremely low.
24
Margin position setting
This simulation is used to set the margin position when margin copy is executed.
25
Description
Set value
Content
0
Left margin
1
Right margin
Ref. Page
Standard state setting from even-number single copy to duplex copy
Set value
Content
0
From single to duplex
1
Even-number single to duplex
The duplex mode when the poser is turned on or when the CA (auto clear) key is pressed is set from
even-number single to duplex copy.
27
30
01
01
PPC communication trouble (EX only)
0: PPC communication trouble
No display
1: PPC communication trouble
Displayed
Monitoring main unit paper sensor
Copier paper sensor ON/OFF can be checked with the paper jam lamp and paper feed position lamp.
(Lighted at ON)
1 JL1
2 JL2
3 JL3
4 JL4
5 JL5
6 JL6
7 JL7
8 JL8
9 CSL1
F CSL2
G CSL3
H JPL
I PPL
30
02
PID
PPD1
PPD2
PSD
POD
TFD
—
—
PED1
PED2
PED3
LUD1
LUD2
Monitoring paper cassette size
Use the cassette select key to select the tray.
Cassette position
Manual
Upper cassette
PWS1
UCSS1
LCSS1
TNFL (Waste toner full lamp)
2
UCSS2
LCSS2
DVPL (Developer maintenance lamp)
3
UCSS3
LCSS3
MENTL (Maintenance lamp)
4
UCSS4
LCSS4
JPL (Jam lamp)
PLS1
—
—
PPL (Paper empty lamp)
PLS2
—
—
TPL (Toner empty)
42
*
°
°
Lower cassette
Developer counter data clear (Japan only)
1. Mini maintenance counter data clear
2. Cancel
3. Developer counter clear
When the main code is entered, the staple check lamp lights up to allow to enter the conditions.
Select among 1 - 3 with 10-key. After entering the code, the staple check lamp goes off. Execution is
immediately performed on entering with 10-key.
Developer count data clear (EX only)
1. Clear
2. Not clear
The copy quantity counter of the DV unit installed is cleared.
When the main code is entered, the staple check lamp lights up to allow to enter the conditions.
Select between 1 and 2 with 10-key. After entering the code, the staple check lamp goes off.
Execution is immediately performed on entering with 10-key.
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Main code
Sub code
43
*
Description
°
Ref. Page
Fusing temperature setting
Used to set the fusing temperature.
When this simulation is executed, the currently set fusing temperature is displayed. Under this state,
press 10-key, and the number is displayed on the copy magnification ratio display, and the fusing
temperature corresponding to the number is displayed on the coy quantity display by 2 digits.
Selection of single/duplex copy
Press the sorter key to switch between the single copy and duplex copy temperature setting.
P
lamp OFF: Single copy temperature setting
P
lamp ON: Duplex copy temperature setting
display method of the copy quantity display
A number of one or two digits is displayed normally.
For a number of three or more digits, the upper two digits are displayed after a long blank (time
interval), then the lower two digits are displayed after a short blank (time interval).
(3 or more digits) kk → FF → k
→ FF
Long blank Upper 2 digits Short blank Lower 2 digits
Number on the magnification ratio display
Number on the copy quantity display
44
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
160 165 170 175 180 185 190 195 200 205
01
Correction mode setting
[+ 1] Process control correction enable
[+ 2] Optical dirt correction enable
[+ 4] Drum layer wear correction enable
[+10] Toner control A correction valid
[+20] Toner control B correction valid
Note: When all are "Enable," set to 07.
The corrections, except for the process control correction mode, can be disabled in the normal
copy mode. When "0" is inputted, "1" (Process control correction) is enabled. (Automatic setting)
02
Drum mark sensor sensitivity adjustment
: 0 ~ 255 (5V)
For the drum mark sensor gain rank, [2] is selected.
The main motor rotates and the drum mark sensor sensing level is displayed on the magnification ratio
display. Adjust VR1 in the process unit to obtain [204±10].
03
Image density sensor sensitivity adjustment
: 0 ~ 255 (5V)
For the image density sensor gain rank, [2] is selected.
The main motor rotates and the image density sensor sensing level is displayed on the magnification
ratio display. Adjust VR2 in the process unit to obtain [204±10].
05
Half tone density correction test mode
The main motor is rotated, and toner patches are formed in 8 steps by setting the grid bias to 450 850V (50V step). The patch section level and the image density sensor level at the surface are
displayed.
Magnification ratio display
Copy quantity display
0
450VP/450VB
1
500VP/500VB
2
550VP/550VB
3
600VP/600VB
4
650VP/650VB
5
700VP/700VB
6
750VP/750VB
7
800VP/800VB
8
850VP/850VB
8 – 15
The value corresponding to the number
which is displayed on the magnification
ratio display by the sorter key is displayed
on the copy quantity display by 2 digits.
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Main code
Sub code
44
06
Description
Compulsory execution of half-tone density correction
NORM
NORMAL
:
Standard mode grid bias (450 ∼ 1250V)
T/S
T/S
:
Toner save mode grid bias (450 ∼ 1250V)
PHOT
PHOTO
:
Photo mode grid bias (450 ∼ 1250V)
GB_A
GB ADJUST
:
Grid bias correction value after measurement (±0 ∼ 999V)
* Display of (–) indicates PAUSE lamp ON.
TARG
TARGET
:
Patch/foundation, standard patch value when foundation is
255 (255= foundation)
ID_G
ID GAIN
:
Image density sensor gain rank in execution (1 ∼ 7)
MARK
MARK
:
Drum mark sensor mark level in execution (0 ∼ 255, 255=5V)
MARB
MARK B
:
Drum mark sensor surface level in execution (0 ∼ 255, 255=5V)
DM_G
DM GAIN
:
Drum mark sensor gain rank in execution (1 ∼ 7)
l*m*n
l*m*n
:
Vc1 correction coefficient
BAS1, 2, 3
BASE1, 2, 3
:
Drum surface image density sensor level in execution (0 ∼
255, 255=5V)
PAT1, 2, 3
PATCH1, 2, 3
:
Toner patch image density sensor level in execution (0 ∼ 255,
255=5V)
l
l
:
Vg correction coefficient
m
m
:
Dirt correction coefficient
n
n
:
Film wear correction coefficient
M1
M1
:
Dirt correction coefficient (M1)
M2
M2
:
Dirt correction coefficient (M2)
The value corresponding to the number which is displayed on the magnification ratio display by the
sorter key is displayed on the copy quantity display by 2 digits.
Magnification ratio display
Copy quantity display
0
MORMAL
1
T/S
2
PHOTO
3
GB ADJUST
4
TARGET
5
ID GAIN
6
MARK
7
MARK B
8
DM GAIN
9
l*m*n
10
PATCH1
11
BASE1
12
PATCH2
13
BASE2
14
PATCH3
15
BASE3
16
I
17
m
18
n
19
M1
20
M2
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Main code
Sub code
Description
44
07
Drum mark sensor/image density sensor gain select check
The value corresponding to the number which is displayed on the magnification ratio display by the
sorter key is displayed on the copy quantity display by 2 digits.
Ref. Page
Magnification ratio display Copy quantity display Magnification ratio display Copy quantity display
0
DM7
7
ID7
1
DM6
8
ID6
2
DM5
9
ID5
3
DM4
10
ID4
4
DM3
11
ID3
5
DM2
12
ID2
6
DM1
13
ID1
46
09
Half tone density correction measurement data display
The display is similar to SIM 44-6. However, entry of values cannot be made, and only display is shown.
11
Operation and setting at grid bias
Select the code with "→" key, press PSW key, and the set value is stored and aging is performed.
The value corresponding to the number which is displayed on the magnification ratio display by the
sorter key is displayed on the copy quantity display by 2 digits.
For 0, 1, 2, and 3, only the display is made. For 4, 5, 6, and 7, the value can be changed.
Magnification ratio display
Copy quantity display
0
GB_250V
1
GB_850V
2
GB_1000V
3
GB_1050V
4
PATCH
5
NORMAL
6
T/S
7
PHOTO
12
Copying is made without process control operation. This simulation is used to know whether the trouble
is in the process section or in the other section when F2 trouble occurs.
01
°
Exposure level adjustment
Used to adjust the copy density and the copy density select level.
The value corresponding to the number which is displayed on the magnification ratio display by the
sorter key is displayed on the copy quantity display by 2 digits.
Magnification ratio display
Copy quantity display
47
*
°
0
1
2
ME1 ME5 TS1
3
TS5
4
5
PE1 PE5
6
7
8
9
AE1 AE5 AE1 (TS) AE5 (TS)
AE sensor characteristics measurement
AE sensor output characteristics memory
(1) AE sensor output characteristics input
Press the C → =↵ → 0 → =↵ → 4 → 7 → PSW keys. The mirror base is initialized, scans about 10cm, then stops.
The READY lamp turns on now and becomes ready to measure.
Press the PRINT switch. The copy lamp driving voltage changes in increments of 10V (20V)
each from 80V (160V) to 30V (60V), and the AE sensor output characteristics are stored in the
memory. The values are used as referances.
NOTE: Shown in parenthesis is for the 200V series machine.
1 Execute SIM 47. (The mirror base scans and stops at the AE sensor level measurement
position.)
2 Put 4 or 5 sheets of white paper (A3 or 11" × 17") on the document table.
3 Press PSW key again, and the AE sensor output level with the white paper document is
displayed. This output level is stored.
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Main code
48
Sub code
Description
01
Front/rear direction zoom ratio adjustment (refer to [7]-3-(6)-9 for the lens type value.
Used to set the No.4/5 mirror home position (focal adjustment) and to adjust the zoom ratio of the copy
in the vertical direction (from front to rear).
There are two kinds of test command 48-01 of which are described as follows.
1-1.
Horizontal copy zoom ratio standard value input method (at a time the lens or main PWB
replacement)
Press the C → =↵ → 0 → =↵ → 4 → 8 → PSW → ➡ keys. The already
set value or "40" is displayed.
Substitute the value of "O.L" shown on the label attached to the lens with the formula value.
40 – [(value of O.L.) x 5] = standard value of correction
Ex: 40 – (+1.2 x 5) = 34
1-2.
Use this test command to adjust the horizontal zoom ratio. Change the value entered in "1-1" to
change.
2-1.
No.4/4 mirror home position standard value input (at a time of lens or main PWB replacement).
Press the C → =↵ → 0 → =↵ → 4 → 8 → PSW 1 → PSW keys. The already stored value or "50" is displayed.
Substitute the value of "O.L" shown on the label attached to the lens with the formula value.
42 – [(O.L value) x 10] = standard value of correction
Ex: 50 – (+1.2 x 10) = 38
2-2.
To adjust the resolution, change the value entered at "2-1" using this test command.
When the No. 4/5 mirror reference value is "+" from the center value "50", the mirror is shifted
away from the lens to lengthen the light path. When it is "–", the mirror is shifted to the lens to
shorten the light path. The value is calculated in this manner.
Ref. Page
901024
O. L
(O-L)
O. i
[7]-8-(2)
[7]-9-(4)
Manufacturing date
+ 1. 2
+ 2.
P. NO
(O-i)
[7]-8-(1)
[8]-3-(3)
4
Preset value
12
TOPCON
Label content
Magnification ratio display
Copy quantity display
0
1
45MB
LENS
The value corresponding to the number which is displayed on the magnification ratio display by
the sorter key is displayed on the copy quantity display by 2 digits.
02
°
Paper moving direction zoom adjustment
Used to adjust the zoom ratio in the landscape mode.
Varying the mirror base moving speed adjusts the zoom factor in the landscape direction of the copy
(paper moving direction).
[7]-10-(5)
1 Place a scale over the original table in the direction the paper moves. Make a copy in the 100%
zoom mode and obtain the copy zoom ratio correction factor.
(copy image size)
Copy zoom correction factor = (original size) −
× 100%
(original size)
2 As the READY lamp turns on, the previously set figure between 15 and 35 is displayed. Change
it with the copy zoom factor correction factor obtained in 1.
(Input value) = (previously stored value) + copy zoom ratio correction factor [%] × 10
Press the PRINT switch after entering the input value. With this, the input value is stored in the
memory and the READY lamp turns off.
50
51
01
Used to adjust the copy lead edge image loss and void areas. For more information, refer to the optical
system copy lead edge adjustment procedure.
[7]-15-(11)
02
The function of this test command is similar to the test command 50-01.
The test command 50-02 allows easier lead edge adjustment using the values of L1 and L2.
For more information, refer to the optical system copy lead edge adjustment procedure.
[7]-15-(11)
02
°
[7]-15-(11)
Resist amount adjustment
Magnification ratio display
0
1
2
Copy quantity display
Manual
Cassette
ADU
The value corresponding to the number which is displayed on the magnification ratio display by the
sorter key is displayed on the copy quantity display by 2 digits.
At the same time, the corresponding paper feed port is selected with the tray select key.
Reference value: 40, 45, 50
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Main code
Sub code
51
05
°
Frame delete rate adjustment (copy moving direction only)
Used to set the frame delete rate.
• When the test command is executed, the READY lamp turns on, and the figure previously stored is
displayed on the copy number window.
Now, it becomes ready to accept a number between 1 and 19 on the keypad. When the PRINT
switch is pressed after the entry, the number is stored in the memory and the READY lamp turns
off. A single rate deletes the frame of about 1.0mm. The standard value has been set to "6."
52
01
°
ADU alignment plate adjust value setup
Used to adjust the home position of the ADU alignment plate.
When the test command is executed, the READY lamp turns on. Enter a new value as the previously
set value came displayed, and press the PRINT switch to stored it in the memory. It can be
adjustable from 1 to 99. The default is 7.
Setting a smaller value increases the width of the alignment plate and vice versa.
02
°
ADU rear plate adjust value setup
Used to adjust the home position of the ADU rear plate.
When the test command is executed, the READY lamp turns on. Enter a new value as the previously
set value came displayed, and press the PRINT switch to stored it in the memory. It can be
adjustable from 0 to 99. The default is 0. Setting a smaller value increases the width of the rear plate
and vice versa.
03
ADU drive clutch off time setup (1 step = 1ms)
Can be set to any number between 0 and 99 (Standard: 18).
1 = 1ms, 18 = 18ms, 99 = 99ms
Setting a smaller value shortens the ADU clutch off timings and decreases the enforced curling rate of
paper.
01
°
RADF and ADF stop position adjustment value (normal paper, single copy) setting
Used to adjust the RADF stop position in single copy with normal paper.
When this simulation is executed, the ready lamp lights up and the currently set adjustment value is
displayed. Enter the new adjustment value and press the PRINT switch to store it in the memory. The
adjustment value should be in the range of 0 to 15.
02
°
RADF/ADF stop position adjustment value (normal paper, duplex copy) setting
Used to adjust the RADF/ADF stop position in duplex copy with normal paper.
When this simulation is executed, the ready lamp lights up and the currently set adjustment value is
displayed. Enter the new adjustment value and press the PRINT switch to store it in the memory. The
adjustment value should be in the range of 0 to 15.
03
°
RADF and ADF stop position adjustment value (thin paper, single copy) setting
Used to adjust the RADF stop position in single copy with thin paper.
When this simulation is executed, the ready lamp lights up and the currently set adjustment value is
displayed. Enter the new adjustment value and press the PRINT switch to store it in the memory. The
adjustment value should be in the range of 0 to 15.
04
°
RADF and ADF stop position adjustment value (thin paper, duplex copy) setting
Used to adjust the RADF stop position in duplex copy with thin paper.
When this simulation is executed, the ready lamp lights up and the currently set adjustment value is
displayed. Enter the new adjustment value and press the PRINT switch to store it in the memory. The
adjustment value should be in the range of 0 to 15.
05
°
RADF and ADF resist sensor adjustment
Used to adjust the RADF resist sensor. (In the case of ADF, the resist sensor and the paper pass
width sensor are adjusted.)
When this simulation is executed, the RADF resist sensor is adjusted and the adjustment value is
displayed.
06
°
RADF and ADF timing sensor adjustment
Used to adjust the RADF timing sensor.
When this simulation is executed, the RADF timing sensor is adjusted and the adjustment value is
displayed.
07
°
RADF and ADF repulsion sensor adjustment
Used to adjust the RADF repulsion sensor.
When this simulation is executed, the RADF repulsion sensor is adjusted and the adjustment value is
displayed.
08
°
RADF and ADF empty sensor adjustment
Used to adjust the RADF empty sensor.
When this simulation is executed, the RADF empty sensor is adjusted and the adjustment value is
displayed.
53
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Description
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(Trouble codes list)
Trouble status code
Subordinate code
L4
01
Main motor lock detection
03
No.4/5 mirror motor error detection
04
No.4/5 mirror motor MHPS error detection
05
Lens motor error detection
06
Lens motor LHPS error detection
L5
Description
L8
01
Power supply line frequency error detection
H2
—
Open thermistor (Test command 14 to reset)
H3
—
Heat roller high temperature detection (Test command 14 to reset)
H4
—
Heat roller low temperature detection (Test command 14 to reset)
U2
00
01
Memory. Counter sumcheck error detection (Test command 16 to reset)
20
Mirror motor lock detection
21
Mirror motor MHPS error detection
02
ADU alignment plate malfunction detected
04
ADU rear plate malfunction detected
00
ADF communication trouble detected
01
A motor malfunction detected
02
B motor malfunction detected
03
Resist sensor malfunction detected
04
Eject sensor malfunction detected
00
Desk communication trouble detected
01
Desk-1 cassette liftup motor trouble detected
02
Desk-2 cassette liftup motor trouble detected
03
Desk-3 cassette liftup motor trouble detected
08
Desk 24V line error detected
09
LCC motor overcurrent detected
10
Desk transport motor trouble detected
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
F1
00
Communication trouble between PC/Modem and the copier.
00
Sorter communication trouble detected
01
Paper jog malfunction detected
02
Transport motor malfunction detected
04
Indexer lower limit detected
05
Indexer upper limit detected
06
Shift motor malfunction detected
02
Toner motor malfunction detected
31
ID sensor level abnormality (less than 3V)
32
DM sensor level abnormality (less than 3V)
ID sensor photo conductor surface level abnormality (less than 2.25V)
DM sensor cannot sense.
F2
When measuring the gain level (at 1.5 rotations of the drum)
DM sensor cannot sense.
When measuring the patch (at 1.5 rotations of the drum)
35*
Adjustment impossible for GB (-32V * 4 times)
Adjustment impossible for GB (+32V *7 times)
Preliminary adjustment impossible for GB (-200V to -88V)
F3
EE
12
Main unit upper cassette liftup motor trouble detected
22
Main unit bottom cassette liftup motor trouble detected
EL
Toner sensor indicates extreme overtoned condition
EU
Toner sensor indicates extreme undertoned condition
CC
—
Original size detect sensor level abnormality.
C2
00
THV leak trouble
Mark " * ": The error display is given only when performing the simulation. (For the process control at warming-up,, the error display is not given.)
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Trouble codes
Sub code
CH
—
Door open/DV unit uninstalled
Operation
PC
—
Personal counter uninstalled/auditor code input waiting
PF
—
Copy inhibit command is received from the host when installing PC/Modem.
(Key operator program)
The list below shows all key operator programs. These programs can be used only when the key operator code in inputted at the beginning.
Program
Code No.
Program name
Function
P10
Auditing Mode
Enables or disables the basic auditing mode, which controls access to copier.
P11
Number of Copies per Account
Displays the total number of copies made against account numbers.
P13
Resetting Account
Resets all audit accounts or selectively resets individual accounts.
P14
Account Number Control
Registers accounts, deletes accounts, changes an account number, or displays all
registered account numbers.
P16
Account Limit Setting
Sets the maximum number of copies which can be made against a registered account
number.
P18
Account Number Security
Guards against trial and error entering of audit account numbers.
P19
Key Operator Code Number Change
Changes the key operator code number.
P20
Auto Exposure Adjust
Lightens or darkens copies in the automatic exposure mode.
P21
Auto Power Shut-off Timer
Sets a time interval after which the copier automatically turns off.
P22
Toner Save Mode
Reduces toner consumption.
P23
Auto Clear Setting
Sets a time interval after which the copier returns to the initial settings.
P24
Add or Change Extra Preset Ratios
Adds or changes reduction and enlargement preset copy ratios.
P25
Setting a Maximum Number of Copies
Sets the maximum number of copies that can be selected.
P26
Initial Margin Shift Setting
Sets the initial margin shift values.
P27
Erase Width Adjustment
Sets the amount of the erase area.
P28
Initial Status Setting
Sets the copier’s initial settings in the ready condition.
P29
Total Copy Count
Recalls the total copy counts of the copier, document feeder, duplex module, and stapler.
P31
Preheat Mode Setting
Sets the time that elapses before the copier enters the preheat mode after copying is
completed.
P42
Right/Left Shift Direction Selection
Determines whether shift direction change is to be allowed.
P45
Message Time Setting
Sets the length of time that messages are displayed.
P46
Power On Control
Prevents the copier from being started by people other than key operator.
P47
Stream Feeding Mode
Enables the stream feeding mode for copying from an optional document feeder.
P51
Sorter Bin Access Mode
Enables or disables the sorter bin access mode when an optional 10-bin sorter (SF-S18)
is installed.
P70
Disabling of Auto Paper Selection
Prevents automatic paper selection when using the ORIGINAL SIZE ENTER key or
copying from an optional document feeder.
P71
Disabling of Auto Tray Switching
Prevents automatic switching between the paper trays.
P72
Prohibiting of Manual Feed Tray in
Duplex Copy
Prohibits the use of the manual feed tray during duplex copying. (Duplex copying can be
performed when an optional duplex module is installed.)
P73
Disabling Deletion of Job Programs
Prevents stored programs from being replaced or deleted.
P74
Disabling of Document Feeder
Prevents the use of an optional document feeder when it malfunctions.
P75
Disabling of Duplex Copying
Temporarily prevents the optional duplex system from operating when it malfunctions.
Allows the use of the copier but not the duplex system.
P76
Disabling of Stapler
Prevents damage to the stapler while awaiting repair service. (Staple sorters are
optional.)
P77
Disabling of Covers
Prevents the selection of COVERS mode.
(The COVERS mode can be used when an optional document feeder is installed.)
P83
Disabling of PC/Modem Access
Provides or prevents access to key operator programs through a PC/modem without key
operator code entry.
(Remote access to key operator programs can be performed only when a computer or
other equipment is connected to the copier directly or through a telephone line.)
P90
Display the List of All P Codes
Sequentially displays all available programs.
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1999 January Printed in Japan
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