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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
SERVICE MANUAL
001705MIU
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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
SERVICE MANUAL
RICOH GROUP COMPANIES
G112/G113/G116/
G094/G095/G091
SERVICE MANUAL
001705MIU
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LEGEND
PRODUCT CODE
G112
G113
G116
G094
G095
G091
GESTETNER
P7527
P7527n
P7535n
P7325
P7325n
P7132n
COMPANY
LANIER
RICOH
LP128
Aficio AP410
LP128n
Aficio AP410N
LP135n
Aficio AP610N
LP026
Aficio AP400
LP026n
Aficio AP400N
LP032
Aficio AP600N
SAVIN
MLP28
MLP28n
MLP35n
MLP25
MLP25n
MLP32
DOCUMENTATION HISTORY
REV. NO.
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DATE
09/2003
03/2005
COMMENTS
Original Printing
G112/G113/G116 Addition
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with those marks.
NOTE: In this manual, “G112 Series” includes the G112, G113, G094, and G095
models.
“G116 Series” includes the G116 and G091 models.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INSTALLATION
1. INSTALLATION............................................................................ 1-1
1.1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ...........................................................1-1
1.1.1 ENVIRONMENT [ALL MODELS]......................................................1-1
1.1.2 MACHINE LEVEL [ALL MODELS]....................................................1-1
1.1.3 MACHINE SPACE REQUIREMENT [ALL MODELS] .......................1-1
1.1.4 POWER SUPPLY [ALL MODELS]....................................................1-2
1.2 MACHINE INSTALLATION [ALL MODELS] ..............................................1-2
1.2.1 MAIN UNIT [ALL MODELS]..............................................................1-2
1.2.2 HARDWARE OPTIONS....................................................................1-2
1.2.3 MEMORY OPTIONS [ALL MODELS] ...............................................1-2
1.2.4 PRINTER INTERFACE OPTIONS [ALL MODELS] ..........................1-3
1.2.5 DRIVERS AND SOFTWARE [ALL MODELS] ..................................1-3
1.2.6 FIRMWARE UPGRADE [ALL MODELS] ..........................................1-3
1.3 SUPPLIES [ALL MODELS]........................................................................1-3
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ............................... 2-1
2.1 USER MAINTENANCE .............................................................................2-1
2.1.1 G112 SERIES (G112/G113 AND G094/G095).................................2-1
2.1.2 G116 SERIES (G116 AND G091) ....................................................2-1
2.2 SERVICE MAINTENANCE........................................................................2-2
2.2.1 MAIN UNIT [ALL MODELS]..............................................................2-2
2.2.2 PAPER TRAY UNIT [ALL MODELS] ................................................2-2
2.2.3 ONE-BIN SHIFT TRAY [G091 ONLY] ...............................................2-3
2.2.4 FOUR-BIN MAILBOX [G091 ONLY] ..................................................2-3
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
3. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................ 3-1
3.1 GENERAL .................................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 PRECAUTIONS ON DISASSEMBLY [ALL MODELS]......................3-1
3.1.2 RELEASING PLASTIC LATCHES [ALL MODELS] ..........................3-3
3.1.3 AFTER SERVICING THE MACHINE [ALL MODELS] ......................3-3
3.2 SPECIAL TOOLS [ALL MODELS].............................................................3-3
3.3 COVERS ...................................................................................................3-4
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3.3.1 FRONT COVER [ALL MODELS] ......................................................3-4
3.3.2 UPPER COVER [G112 SERIES]......................................................3-4
3.3.3 UPPER COVER [G116 SERIES]......................................................3-5
3.3.4 BY-PASS TRAY UNIT [ALL MODELS].............................................3-5
3.3.5 EXTERIOR COVERS [G112 SERIES] .............................................3-6
3.3.6 EXTERIOR COVERS [G116 MODELS] ...........................................3-6
3.4 LASER UNIT .............................................................................................3-7
3.4.1 CAUTION DECAL LOCATIONS [ALL MODELS] .............................3-7
3.4.2 POLYGON MIRROR MOTOR [ALL MODELS].................................3-8
3.4.3 LASER SYNCHRONIZATION DETECTOR [ALL MODELS] ............3-8
3.4.4 LASER UNIT ....................................................................................3-9
3.4.5 LASER UNIT [G116 SERIES].........................................................3-10
3.4.6 LASER DIODE UNIT [ALL MODELS].............................................3-12
3.4.7 LASER BEAM PITCH ADJUSTMENT [ALL MODELS]...................3-13
3.5 TRANSFER ROLLER [ALL MODELS] ....................................................3-14
3.6 TONER END SENSOR [ALL MODELS]..................................................3-14
3.7 FUSING ...................................................................................................3-15
3.7.1 FUSING UNIT [ALL MODELS] .......................................................3-15
3.7.2 HOT ROLLER AND FUSING LAMP [ALL MODELS]......................3-16
3.7.3 PRESSURE ROLLER [ALL MODELS] ...........................................3-18
3.7.4 THERMISTOR AND THERMOSTAT [ALL MODELS] ....................3-19
3.7.5 HOT ROLLER STRIPPERS [G112 SERIES]..................................3-20
3.7.6 HOT ROLLER STRIPPERS [G116 SERIES]..................................3-21
3.8 PAPER FEED..........................................................................................3-22
3.8.1 PAPER FEED ROLLER [ALL MODELS] ........................................3-22
3.8.2 FRICTION PAD [ALL MODELS] .....................................................3-22
3.9 BY-PASS TRAY [G112/G113/G116] .......................................................3-23
3.9.1 BY-PASS TRAY UNIT AND BY-PASS FEED ROLLER
[ALL MODELS] ...............................................................................3-23
3.10 PRINTER CONTROLLER BOARD [ALL MODELS] ..............................3-24
3.11 ENGINE BOARD [ALL MODELS]..........................................................3-25
3.12 MAIN MOTOR [ALL MODELS]..............................................................3-26
3.13 SOLENOIDS AND CLUTCHES [ALL MODELS] ...................................3-26
3.14 POWER SUPPLY BOARD AND HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY BOARD
[ALL MODELS] ......................................................................................3-27
3.15 COOLING FAN [ALL MODELS] ............................................................3-28
3.16 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT ..........................................................................3-29
3.16.1 REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT [ALL MODELS] ........................3-29
3.16.2 PARALELLOGRAM IMAGE ADJUSTMENT [ALL MODELS] .......3-29
TROUBLESHOOTING
4. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................. 4-1
4.1 SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS .................................................................4-1
4.1.1 SUMMARY .......................................................................................4-1
4.1.2 SC CODE DESCRIPTIONS .............................................................4-2
4.2 CONTROLLER ERROR ............................................................................4-5
4.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT DEFECTS [ALL MODELS] .........................4-7
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4.3.1 SENSORS ........................................................................................4-7
4.3.2 SWITCHES [ALL MODELS] .............................................................4-7
4.4 BLOWN FUSE CONDITIONS [ALL MODELS] ..........................................4-8
4.5 LEDS [ALL MODELS]................................................................................4-8
SERVICE TABLES
5. SERVICE TABLES....................................................................... 5-1
5.1 SERVICE PROGRAM MODE [ALL MODELS] ..........................................5-1
5.1.1 ENABLING AND DISABLING SERVICE PROGRAM MODE ...........5-1
Entering the Service Mode....................................................................5-1
Inputting a Value or Setting for a Service Program ...............................5-1
Exiting Service Mode ............................................................................5-2
5.2 PRINTER CONTROLLER SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]....................5-2
5.2.1 SERVICE MODE MENU (“1. SERVICE MENU”)..............................5-2
5.2.2 BIT SWITCH PROGRAMMING ........................................................5-2
5.3 PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS] ..............................5-3
5.3.1 SERVICE MODE TABLE..................................................................5-3
SP1-xxx: Feed ......................................................................................5-3
SP2-xxx: Drum......................................................................................5-5
SP3-xxx: Process..................................................................................5-6
SP5-xxx: Mode .....................................................................................5-8
SP7-xxx: Data Log ..............................................................................5-20
SP8-xxx: Counters ..............................................................................5-24
SP9-xxx: Counters ..............................................................................5-28
5.4 UPDATING THE FIRMWARE .................................................................5-29
5.4.1 CONTROLLER FIRMWARE [G091/G094/G095] ...........................5-29
5.4.2 ENGINE FIRMWARE [G091/G094/G095] ......................................5-30
5.4.3 TYPE OF FIRMWARE....................................................................5-30
5.4.4 PRECAUTIONS [G113/G116] ........................................................5-31
5.4.5 MACHINE FIRMWARE [G113/G116] .............................................5-31
5.5 ERROR RECOVERY [ALL MODELS] .....................................................5-32
Controller ............................................................................................5-32
Engine.................................................................................................5-32
5.6 REMOTE FIRMWARE UPDATE (RFU) [ALL MODELS] .........................5-33
5.7 LOOP-BACK TEST [ALL MODELS] ........................................................5-33
5.8 POWER-ON SELF TESTS [ALL MODELS].............................................5-33
5.9 USER PROGRAM MODES [ALL MODELS]............................................5-34
User Mode Tree ..................................................................................5-34
5.10 DIP SWITCHES [ALL MODELS] ...........................................................5-35
Controller Board..................................................................................5-35
5.11 NVRAM DATA UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD [G113/G116]............................5-36
Uploading NVRAM Data .....................................................................5-36
Downloading NVRAM Data.................................................................5-37
5.12 SD CARD APPLI MOVE [G113/G116] ..................................................5-37
5.12.1 OVERVIEW ..................................................................................5-37
5.12.2 MOVE EXEC ................................................................................5-38
5.12.3 UNDO EXEC ................................................................................5-39
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DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
6. DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS ....................................... 6-1
6.1 OVERVIEW ...............................................................................................6-1
6.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT [ALL MODELS] .................6-1
6.1.2 PAPER PATH [G112 SERIES] .........................................................6-2
6.1.3 PAPER PATH [G116 SERIES] .........................................................6-3
6.2 BOARD STRUCTURE...............................................................................6-4
6.2.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM [G112 SERIES] ..................................................6-4
6.2.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM [G116 SERIES] ..................................................6-5
6.2.3 DESCRIPTIONS [ALL MODELS] .....................................................6-6
6.2.4 CONTROLLER BOARD [G112 SERIES]..........................................6-8
6.2.5 CONTROLLER BOARD [G116 SERIES]..........................................6-9
6.3 PRINTING PROCESS .............................................................................6-10
6.3.1 OVERVIEW [ALL MODELS]...........................................................6-10
6.3.2 LASER EXPOSURE [ALL MODELS]..............................................6-11
Overview.............................................................................................6-11
Automatic Process Control (APC) [ALL MODELS] ............................6-12
LD Safety Mechanisms [ALL MODELS]..............................................6-13
6.3.3 CARTRIDGE OVERVIEW [ALL MODELS].....................................6-14
6.3.4 DRUM CHARGE [ALL MODELS] ...................................................6-14
6.3.5 DEVELOPMENT [ALL MODELS] ...................................................6-15
Toner Supply ......................................................................................6-15
Development Unit ...............................................................................6-15
Toner Density Control .........................................................................6-16
Development Bias...............................................................................6-16
Toner End Detection ...........................................................................6-17
Toner near-end ...................................................................................6-17
Toner end ...........................................................................................6-17
6.3.6 IMAGE TRANSFER AND PAPER SEPARATION [ALL MODELS].6-18
Overview.............................................................................................6-18
Transfer Roller Cleaning .....................................................................6-19
6.3.7 CLEANING [ALL MODELS]............................................................6-19
6.3.8 QUENCHING [ALL MODELS] ........................................................6-20
6.3.9 ID CHIP AND INTERNAL THERMISTOR [ALL MODELS] .............6-20
6.4 PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS] ................................................................6-21
6.4.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-21
Paper Tray ..........................................................................................6-21
By-pass Tray.......................................................................................6-21
6.4.2 PAPER TRAY [ALL MODELS] .......................................................6-22
Tray Extension ....................................................................................6-22
Paper Sizes [G112 SERIES]...............................................................6-22
Paper Sizes [G116 SERIES]...............................................................6-22
Paper Lift ............................................................................................6-23
Paper Feed and Registration ..............................................................6-24
Paper Size Detection ..........................................................................6-25
Paper Size Detection [G112 SERIES] ................................................6-26
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Paper Size Detection [G116 SERIES] ................................................6-26
Paper End Detection...........................................................................6-27
Remaining Paper Detection ................................................................6-28
6.4.3 BY-PASS TRAY [G091/G094/G095] ..............................................6-29
6.4.4 BY-PASS TRAY [G112/G113/G116] ..............................................6-30
6.5 IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS] ..............................6-31
6.5.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................6-31
6.5.2 FUSING DRIVE [ALL MODELS].....................................................6-32
6.5.3 FUSING ENTRANCE AND GUIDE SHAFT [ALL MODELS] ..........6-32
6.5.4 PRESSURE ROLLER [ALL MODELS] ...........................................6-33
6.5.5 NEW FUSING UNIT DETECTION [ALL MODELS] ........................6-34
6.5.6 FUSING TEMPERATURE CONTROL [ALL MODELS] ..................6-35
Overheat Protection ............................................................................6-36
6.5.7 PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS] .........................................................6-36
6.5.8 ENERGY SAVER MODE [ALL MODELS] ......................................6-37
Entering Energy Saver Mode..............................................................6-37
Exiting Energy Saver Mode ................................................................6-37
6.6 CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS [ALL MODELS].........................................6-38
6.6.1 METER CHARGE MODE ...............................................................6-38
Meter-charge Counter Display ............................................................6-38
PM Warning Display ...........................................................................6-38
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS (G091)................................................................. 7-1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................7-1
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................7-2
CONTROLLER ............................................................................................7-3
SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES......................................................................7-4
OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS ............................................7-5
EXTERNAL OPTIONS ................................................................................7-6
SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES .....................................................................7-7
7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS ............................................................................7-7
7.2 CD-ROM CONTENTS .........................................................................7-8
7.2.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION ........................................................7-8
7.2.2 EUROPEAN VERSION ....................................................................7-9
8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION ...................................................................7-10
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS .................................................................7-10
8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS........................................................................7-11
SPECIFICATIONS (G094/G095)..................................................... 7-12
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................7-12
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................... 713
CONTROLLER ..........................................................................................7-14
SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES....................................................................7-15
OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................7-16
EXTERNAL OPTIONS ..............................................................................7-16
SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES ...................................................................7-17
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7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS ..........................................................................7-17
7.2 CD-ROM CONTENTS .......................................................................7-18
7.2.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION......................................................7-18
7.2.2 EUROPEAN VERSION ..................................................................7-19
8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION ..................................................................7-20
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS .................................................................7-20
8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS........................................................................7-21
SPECIFICATIONS (G116)............................................................... 7-22
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................7-22
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................7-23
CONTROLLER ..........................................................................................7-24
SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES....................................................................7-25
OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................7-26
EXTERNAL OPTIONS ..............................................................................7-27
SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES ...................................................................7-28
7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS ..........................................................................7-28
7.2 OPERATING SYSTEMS/NETWORKS..............................................7-28
7.3 CD-ROM CONTENTS .......................................................................7-29
7.3.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION ......................................................7-29
7.3.2 EUROPEAN VERSION ..................................................................7-30
8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION ...................................................................7-31
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS .................................................................7-31
8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS......................................................................7-32
SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)..................................................... 7-33
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................7-33
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................7-34
CONTROLLER ..........................................................................................7-35
SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES....................................................................7-36
OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................7-37
EXTERNAL OPTIONS ..............................................................................7-37
SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES ...................................................................7-38
7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS ..........................................................................7-38
7.2 CD-ROM CONTENTS .......................................................................7-39
7.2.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION ......................................................7-39
7.2.2 EUROPEAN VERSION ..................................................................7-40
8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION ...................................................................7-41
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS .................................................................7-41
8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS........................................................................7-42
PAPER TRAY UNIT (G360)/ENVELOPE FEEDER (G362)
SEE SECTION G360/G362 FOR DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS
DUPLEX UNIT (G361)
SEE SECTION G361 FOR DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS
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DUPLEX UNIT (G552)
SEE SECTION G552 FOR DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOUR-BIN MAILBOX (G553)
SEE SECTION G553 FOR DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS
ONE-BIN SHIFT TRAY (G554)
SEE SECTION G554 FOR DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAPER TRAY UNIT (G555)/ENVELOPE FEEDER (G556)
SEE SECTION G555 FOR DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAPER TRAY UNIT (G399)/ENVELOPE FEEDER (G807)
SEE SECTION G399/G807 FOR DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS
DUPLEX UNIT (G806)
SEE SECTION G806 FOR DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTION
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICES
PREVENTION OF PHYSICAL INJURY
1. Before disassembling or assembling parts of the printer and peripherals,
make sure that the printer power cord is unplugged.
2. The wall outlet should be near the printer and easily accessible.
3. Note that some components of the printer and the paper tray unit are
supplied with electrical voltage even if the main power switch is turned off.
4. If any adjustment or operation check has to be made with exterior covers off
or open while the main switch is turned on, keep hands away from electrified
or mechanically driven components.
5. The inside and the metal parts of the fusing unit become extremely hot while
the printer is operating. Be careful to avoid touching those components with
your bare hands.
HEALTH SAFETY CONDITIONS
Toner and developer are non-toxic, but if you get either of them in your eyes by
accident, it may cause temporary eye discomfort. Try to remove with eye drops
or flush with water as first aid. If unsuccessful, get medical attention.
OBSERVANCE OF ELECTRICAL SAFETY STANDARDS
1. The printer and its peripherals must be installed and maintained by a
customer service representative who has completed the training course on
those models.
2. The NVRAM on the system control board has a lithium battery which can
explode if replaced incorrectly. Replace the NVRAM only with an identical
one. The manufacturer recommends replacing the entire NVRAM. Do not
recharge or burn this battery. Used NVRAM must be handled in accordance
with local regulations.
SAFETY AND ECOLOGICAL NOTES FOR DISPOSAL
1. Do not incinerate toner bottles or used toner. Toner dust may ignite suddenly
when exposed to an open flame.
2. Dispose of used toner, developer, and organic photoconductors in
accordance with local regulations. (These are non-toxic supplies.)
3. Dispose of replaced parts in accordance with local regulations.
4. When keeping used lithium batteries in order to dispose of them later, do not
put more than 100 batteries per sealed box. Storing larger numbers or not
sealing them apart may lead to chemical reactions and heat build-up.
LASER SAFETY
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) prohibits the repair of
laser-based optical units in the field. The optical housing unit can only be repaired
in a factory or at a location with the requisite equipment. The laser subsystem is
replaceable in the field by a qualified Customer Engineer. The laser chassis is not
repairable in the field. Customer engineers are therefore directed to return all
chassis and laser subsystems to the factory or service depot when replacement of
the optical subsystem is required.
WARNING
Use of controls, or adjustment, or performance of procedures other than
those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
WARNING
WARNING: Turn off the main switch before attempting any of the
procedures in the Laser Unit section. Laser beams can seriously damage
your eyes.
Caution Labels
G065RLW.WMF
LASER-3.WMF
LASER-1.WMF
Lithium Batteries (Memory Back-up)
CAUTION
The danger of explosion exists if a battery of this type is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the same or an equivalent type recommended
by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Warning Concerning Copyright
Many documents are copyrighted. Such documents may not be reproduced by
copying or in any other form without the express permission of the copyright holder.
Conventions in this Manual
This manual uses several symbols and some simple abbreviations.
Symbol





HP
T/S
What it means
Refer to section number
See Core Tech Manual for details
Screw
Connector
E-ring
C-ring
Home Position
Transfer/Separation
The following notations are used in text to describe the direction of paper feed:
lengthwise and sideways. The annotations “SEF” and “LEF” denote “Short Edge
Feed” and “Long Edge Feed’. (The arrows indicate the direction of paper feed.)
Lengthwise (SEF)
Sideways (LEF)
SERVICE TABLES
DUPLEX UNIT G361
DUPLEX UNIT G552
DUPLEX UNIT G806
DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
PAPER TRAY UNIT G360/ENVELOPE FEEDER G362
PAPER TRAY UNIT G555/ENVELOPE FEEDER G556
PAPER TRAY UNIT G399/ENVELOPE FEEDER G807
ONE-BIN SHIFT TRAY G554
TAB
POSITION 1
TAB
POSITION 2
TAB
POSITION 3
TAB
POSITION 4
FOUR-BIN MAILBOX G553
TAB
POSITION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
TAB
POSITION 6
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
TAB
POSITION 7
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
TAB
POSITION 8
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Installation
1. INSTALLATION
1.1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
1.1.1 ENVIRONMENT [ALL MODELS]
1. Temperature Range:
10 °C to 32 °C (50 °F to 89.6 °F)
2. Humidity Range:
15 % to 89 % RH
3. Ambient Illumination:
Less than 2,000 lux (do not expose to direct sunlight).
4. Ventilation:
3 times/hr/person
5. Avoid areas that are exposed to sudden temperature changes. This includes:
1) Areas directly exposed to cool air from an air conditioner.
2) Areas directly exposed to heat from a heater.
6. Do not install this machine in an area where it will be exposed to corrosive
gases.
7. Do not install the machine at locations over 2,500 m (8,125 ft.) above sea level.
8. Put the machine on a strong and level base. Inclination on any side should not
exceed 5 mm.
9. Do not put the machine where it may be subjected to strong vibrations.
1.1.2 MACHINE LEVEL [ALL MODELS]
Front to back:
Within 5 mm. (0.2 inches) of level.
Right to left:
Within 5 mm. (0.2 inches) of level.
1.1.3 MACHINE SPACE REQUIREMENT [ALL MODELS]
Place the machine near the power source, providing the clearance as shown
below:
B
A: Over 10 cm (4 inches)
B: Over 10 cm (4 inches)
C: Over 100 cm (40 inches)
D: Over 10 cm (4 inches)
C
A
D
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MACHINE INSTALLATION [ALL MODELS]
1.1.4 POWER SUPPLY [ALL MODELS]
CAUTION
1. Make sure the plug is firmly inserted in the outlet.
2. Avoid multi-wiring.
3. Be sure to ground the machine.
120 volts, 60 Hz: More than 10 A
220-240 volts, 50 Hz/60Hz: More than 6 A
Permissible voltage
Fluctuation: ±10 %
Do not set anything on the power cord
Input voltage level
1.2 MACHINE INSTALLATION [ALL MODELS]
Refer to the following sections of the Operating Instructions for installation details
for all models.
1.2.1 MAIN UNIT [ALL MODELS]
1. Installing the Printer Unit: Quick Installation Guide.
2. Connecting the machine to a computer: Quick Installation Guide.
1.2.2 HARDWARE OPTIONS
1. Installing the Paper Feed Unit: Section two of the Set-up Guide. (Note: The
G116 Paper Tray is unique and is not compatible with the G091 model.)
2. Installing the Envelope Feeder: Section two of the Set-up Guide. (Note: The
G116 Envelope Feeder is unique, and is not compatible with the G091 model.)
3. Installing the Duplex Unit: Section two of the Set-up Guide. (Note: The G116
Duplex Unit is unique, and is not compatible with the G091 model.)
4. [G091 only] Installing the One-Bin Shift Tray. Section two of the Set-up Guide.
5. [G091 only] Installing the Four-Bin Mailbox. Section two of the Set-up Guide.
(NOTE: The Mailbox and One-Bin Shift Tray are not supported for the G116
model.)
1.2.3 MEMORY OPTIONS [ALL MODELS]
1. Installing the Memory Unit: Section two of the Set-up Guide.
2. Installing the Hard Disk: Section two of the Set-up Guide.
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1.2.4 PRINTER INTERFACE OPTIONS
1. Ethernet (G112/G094 models only): Section two of the Set-up Guide.
2. IEEE1394: Section two of the Set-up Guide.
3. IEEE802.11b: Section two of the Set-up Guide.
4. Bluetooth: Section two of the Set-up Guide.
NOTE: The Ethernet is standard for the G113/G116 and G091/G116 models.
1.2.5 DRIVERS AND SOFTWARE [ALL MODELS]
Refer to section 4 of the Set-up Guide for installation procedures.
1.2.6 FIRMWARE UPGRADE [ALL MODELS]
Refer to section 5.4 of the Service Manual.
1.3 SUPPLIES [ALL MODELS]
• Maintenance kit (NOTE: The G094/G095 and G112/G113 Maintenance
Kits are not interchangeable. The same applies to the G094 versus the
G116 Maintenance Kits. Use the Maintenance Kit that is unique to each
model.)
• AIO (NOTE: The G094/G095 AIO can be used in the G112/G113 models,
and vice versa. The same interchangeability applies to the G091 and
G116 AIO cartridges.)
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Installation
SUPPLIES [ALL MODELS]
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
USER MAINTENANCE
2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
NOTE: The G091/G094/G095 and the G112/G113/G116 Maintenance Kits are not
interchangeable. Ensure you are using the correct kit for the model you are
servicing.
The customer can do all PM items with the Maintenance Kit.
Meter-charge mode must be set to “disabled” (Engine SP mode 5930).
Cross-reference: Section 5.3 Engine service mode
The Operation panel shows “Replace Maintenance Kit” when the PM counter gets
to 90K. After the user replaces the fusing unit in the maintenance kit, the machine
automatically resets the PM counter.
2.1.1 G112 SERIES (G112/G113 AND G094/G095)
Item
Fusing unit
Transfer roller
Paper feed roller
Friction pad
Quantity
1
1
3
3
Remarks
For standard and optional trays
For standard and optional trays
2.1.2 G116 SERIES (G116 AND G091)
Item
Fusing unit
Transfer roller
Paper feed roller
Paper feed roller
Friction pad
Friction pad
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Quantity
1
1
1
2
1
2
Remarks
For standard tray
For optional tray(s)
For standard tray
For optional tray(s)
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Preventive
Maintenance
2.1 USER MAINTENANCE
SERVICE MAINTENANCE
2.2 SERVICE MAINTENANCE
The table shows the PM items done by service.
NOTE: 1) To disable the user's PM warning, set meter-charge mode to “ON” in
Printer Engine Service Mode.
2) Make sure to reset the PM counters with engine SP mode 7-804 after
you complete PM.
• 7-804-1: Transfer roller
• 7-804-2: Paper feed roller
• 7-804-3: Fusing unit.
• (G116/G112/G113 only) SP 7804 255: Paper
Symbol key: C: Clean, R: Replace, L: Lubricate, I: Inspect
2.2.1 MAIN UNIT [ALL MODELS]
Item
Paper Feed
Paper Feed Roller
Friction Pad
Registration Roller
Bottom Plate Pad
Around the Drum
Transfer Roller
Fusing Unit and Paper Exit
Hot Roller
Pressure Roller
Hot Roller Strippers
90K
EM
Quantity
R
R
C
C
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
R
1
R
R
1
1
G091/G116: 5
G094/G095/
G112/G113: 3
1
R
Fusing Thermistor
Bushings - Hot Roller
Bushings - Pressure Roller
Fusing Entrance and Exit Guide
Plates
R
C
R
R
2
2
C
1 each
Remarks
Clean with water
Clean with water
Clean with water
Clean with water
Clean with alcohol if
necessary.
Clean with water or
alcohol
2.2.2 PAPER TRAY UNIT [ALL MODELS]
Paper Feed Roller
Friction Pad
Bottom Plate Pad
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
90K
R
R
C
EM
C
C
C
2-2
Quantity
1
1
1
NOTE
Clean with water
Dry cloth
Clean with water
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SERVICE MAINTENANCE
90K
EM
C
C
C
C
C
Exit Rollers
Driven Rollers
Transport Rollers
Paper Tray
Tray Paper Sensor
Quantity
NOTE
Clean with water
Clean with water
Clean with water
Clean with water
Clean with water
2.2.4 FOUR-BIN MAILBOX [G091 ONLY]
90K
EM
C
C
C
Exit Rollers
Driven Rollers
Trays
Quantity
NOTE
Clean with water
Clean with water
Clean with water
NOTE: The optional One-Bin Shift Tray and the Four Bin Mailbox units are for the
G091 machine only. [These two options are not supported for the
successor G116 model.]
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Preventive
Maintenance
2.2.3 ONE-BIN SHIFT TRAY [G091 ONLY]
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
GENERAL
3. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
3.1
GENERAL
3.1.1 PRECAUTIONS ON DISASSEMBLY [ALL MODELS]
Use extreme caution when removing and replacing components. The cables in the
machine are located very close to moving parts. Proper cable routing is a must.
Before removing any component from the machine, note any cable routings that
may be affected. After components have been removed, any cables that have been
displaced during the procedure must be rerouted as closely as possible to their
original positions.
Before servicing the machine:
1. Verify that documents are not stored in memory.
2. Remove the toner cartridge before you remove parts.
3. Unplug the power cord.
4. Work on a flat and clean surface.
5. Replace with authorized components only.
6. Do not force plastic material components.
Ensure that all components are returned to their original positions, when you have
completed service activity.
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Replacement
Adjustment
The Replacement and Adjustment procedures in this section are for all models,
unless otherwise specified. Differences are shown with the machine code.
NOTE: This manual uses these symbols.
: See or Refer to
 : Screws
 : Connector
GENERAL
Laser unit
1. Do not loosen or adjust the screws securing the LD drive board on the LD unit.
Doing so will throw the LD unit out of adjustment.
2. Do not adjust the variable resistors on the LD unit, as these are permanently
adjusted at the factory. If replacement of the LD drive board is necessary,
replace the entire LD unit.
3. Keep the polygon mirror and toroidal lens free of dust. Laser performance is
very sensitive to dust on these components.
4. Do not touch the shield glass or the surface of the polygon mirror with bare
hands.
5. Do not adjust the Laser Synchronization detector on the LD unit, as these are
permanently adjusted at the factory. If the position of the Laser Synchronization
detector has changed from the factory set position, SC 322 will be shown.
Transfer Roller
1. Never touch the surface of the transfer roller with bare hands.
2. Be careful not to scratch the transfer roller, as the surface is easily damaged.
Fusing
1. After installing the fusing thermistor, make sure that it is in contact with the hot
roller and that the roller can rotate freely.
2. Be careful to avoid damage to the hot roller stripper pawls and their tension
springs.
3. Do not touch the fusing lamp and rollers with bare hands.
4. Make sure that the fusing lamp is positioned correctly and that it does not touch
the inner surface of the hot roller.
Paper Feed
1. Do not touch the surface of paper feed rollers.
2. To avoid misfeeds, the side and end fences in each paper tray must be
positioned correctly so as to align with loaded paper size.
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SPECIAL TOOLS
3.1.2 RELEASING PLASTIC LATCHES [ALL MODELS]
Many of the parts are held in place with plastic latches. The
latches break easily, so release them carefully.
To remove such parts, press the hook end of the latch away from
the part to which it is latched.
3.1.3 AFTER SERVICING THE MACHINE [ALL MODELS]
1. Make sure all parts that require grounding are properly grounded.
2. Make sure the interlock switch is functioning.
3. Do not leave unused parts inside the machine.
Replacement
Adjustment
G094R513.WMF
4. Do not leave any tools inside the machine.
5. Make sure all wires are properly connected and routed.
6. Make sure wires are not jammed between parts of the machine.
7. Print a configuration sheet to verify machine operation. (See Printer Reference
Guide for procedure.)
3.2 SPECIAL TOOLS
Part Number
Description
Q’ty
N8036701
Flash Memory (PCMCIA) Card - 4MB
1
N8031000
Flash Memory (PCMCIA) Card Case
1
B6456700
PCMCIA Card Adapter
1
A0069104
Scanner Positioning Pin (4 pieces/set)
1
B6455010
SD Card Kit (64MB)
1
B6456800
USB Reader/Writer
1
G0219350
Loop Back Connector
1
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Remarks
Used in common with other printers.
(Use with G094/G095/G091)
Used in common with other printers.
(Use with G094/G095/G091)
Used to allow SD card download/
upload via a PCMCIA card slot.
(Use with G112/G113/G116)
Used for LD Unit positioning. Used
in common with the G073 series
and other models.
Used for service activities (firmware
update, etc.). (Use with G112/G113/
G116)
For use with SD Card Kit (Use with
G112/G113/G116)
Used in common with other printers.
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COVERS
3.3 COVERS
3.3.1 FRONT COVER [ALL MODELS]
To open the front cover, gently push the
cover inward (2 hooks).
G094R514.WMF
3.3.2 UPPER COVER [G112 SERIES]
NOTE: Remove the exit guide plate
after you have removed the
upper cover.
[A]
[B]
[C]
Open the front cover and rear cover
(3 clamps, 2 harnesses). Then
remove the AIO.
[A]: Operation panel (2 hooks)
[B]: Open the exit guide plate
[C]: Upper cover ( x 4)
G094R201.WMF
NOTE: Remove the exit guide plate
after you have removed the
upper cover.
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COVERS
3.3.3 UPPER COVER [G116 SERIES]
[B]
[D]
Open the front cover and rear cover
(3 clamps, 2 harnesses). Then
remove the AIO.
[A]: Operation panel (2 hooks)
[B]: Upper exit cover
[C]: Open the exit guide plate.
[D]: Upper cover ( x4)
[A]
G091R201.WMF
3.3.4 BY-PASS TRAY UNIT [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: Remove the by-pass tray unit before removing the exterior covers.
[A]: By-pass tray unit (2 hooks)
[A]
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[C]
COVERS
Rev. 05/2005
3.3.5 EXTERIOR COVERS [G112 SERIES]
NOTE: Pull out the standard paper tray before removing the front cover.
To remove the left or right cover, separate the machine from the optional paper tray
unit first.
[B]
[A]
[C]
G094R515.WMF
[A]: Left cover ( x 2)
[B]: Front cover (3 clamps, x 2)
[C]: Right cover (3 hooks, 1 fan cover)
G094R001.WMF
3.3.6 EXTERIOR COVERS [G116 SERIES]
NOTE: Pull out the standard paper tray before removing the front cover.
⇒
[C]
[B]
[A]
G091R703.WMF
G091R702.WMF
To remove the left or right cover, separate the machine from the optional paper
tray unit first.
⇒
Open the front cover.
[A]: Left cover ( x 2)
[B]: Front Cover (3 clamps, x 2)
[C]: Right cover (3 hooks, ( x 1)
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LASER UNIT
3.4 LASER UNIT
WARNING
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section. Laser beams can cause serious eye
damage.
Replacement
Adjustment
3.4.1 CAUTION DECAL LOCATIONS [ALL MODELS]
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LASER UNIT
3.4.2 POLYGON MIRROR MOTOR [ALL MODELS]
WARNING
Turn off the main switch and unplug the machine before attempting any of
the procedures in this section. Laser beams can seriously damage your
eyes.
NOTE: Do not touch the surface of the mirror with bare hands.
Operation panel ( 3.3.2)
[B]
[A]
Upper cover ([G094/G095] 3.3.2,
[G091] 3.3.3)
[A]: Polygon mirror cover ( x 2)
[B]: Polygon mirror motor ( x 4,
 x 1)
G094R518.WMF
3.4.3 LASER SYNCHRONIZATION DETECTOR [ALL MODELS]
Operation panel ( 3.3.2)
Upper cover ([G094/G095] 3.3.2,
[G091] 3.3.3)
By-pass tray unit ( 3.3.4)
Exterior covers ([G094/G095] 3.3.5,
[G091] 3.3.6)
[A]: Laser synchronization detector
( x 1)
[A]
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LASER UNIT
3.4.4 LASER UNIT [G112 SERIES]
Upper cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.2, [G116 Series] 3.3.3)
Exterior covers ([G112 Series] 3.3.5, [G116 Series] 3.3.6)
[A]
Replacement
Adjustment
[A]: Clip
[B]: Laser unit ( x 4, 1 flat cable,  x
2)
[B]
[C]
When reinstalling the laser unit.
Use the scanner positioning pins
(P/N: A0069104) to reinstall the
unit.
[C]: Set the positioning pins as
shown above. Then secure the
laser unit.
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LASER UNIT
3.4.5 LASER UNIT [G116 SERIES]
[A]
G091R730.WMF
[C]
[D]
[B]
G091R203.WMF
Operation panel ( 3.2 Exterior Covers)
Upper cover ( 3.2 Exterior Covers)
Left cover ( 3.2 Exterior Covers)
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
230V machine only: Sheet ( x 1)
Thermistor ( x 1)
Clip
Laser unit ( x 4, 1 flat cable,  x 2)
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LASER UNIT
When reinstalling the laser unit
Use the scanner positioning pin (P/N: A0069104) to reinstall the unit.
Replacement
Adjustment
[E]
G091R208.WMF
[E]: Set the positioning pins as shown above. Then secure the laser unit.
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LASER UNIT
3.4.6 LASER DIODE UNIT [ALL MODELS]
[C]
[a]
[A]
[B]
[D]
[E]
G094R522.WMF
Laser Unit ( 3.4.4)
[A]: Spring
[B]: LD unit holders (x 2)
[C]: Loosen the screw ( NOTE 1 below)
[D]: Nut
[E]: LD unit
NOTE: 1) Do not remove the screws that secure the LD board.
2) Do not touch any variable resistors on the LD board.
When re-installing the LD unit:
Tighten the screw [C] until the unpainted portion of the screw [a] is not visible.
After installing the LD unit, perform the Laser Beam Pitch Adjustment ( 3.4.7).
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LASER UNIT
3.4.7 LASER BEAM PITCH ADJUSTMENT [ALL MODELS]
2. Check these test patterns. If the laser beam pitch is not correct, the images are
as follows.
• Cross-stitch pattern: Vertical black strips seem to appear.
• Argyle pattern: The density of the diagonal lines is light or the lines have
disappeared.
3. Adjust the LD unit holder position: Tighten or loosen the screw [C] (see the
previous page) until the printout appears as follows.
• Cross-stitch pattern: The thin lines are of uniform thickness (no striping effect
should appear on the printout).
• Grid pattern: The diagonal lines appear clearly and are of normal density.
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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Replacement
Adjustment
1. Print out the following test patterns – cross-stitch pattern and two-dot argyle
pattern.
• Select the test pattern with SP 2902.
• After selecting a pattern, the display automatically goes to SP 5902. Use SP
5902-1 to print one test pattern.
• After completing the adjustment, reset SP 2902 to ‘no specified’.
TRANSFER ROLLER [ALL MODELS]
3.5 TRANSFER ROLLER [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: Do not touch the transfer roller surface.
Remove the AIO cartridge before removing the transfer roller
[A]: Transfer roller
[A]
G094R524.WMF
3.6 TONER END SENSOR [ALL MODELS]
Remove the AIO cartridge before removing the transfer roller
[A]: Toner end sensor (4 hooks,
 x 1)
[A]
G094R525.WMF
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FUSING
3.7 FUSING
CAUTION
Allow time for the unit to cool before doing the following procedure.
3.7.1 FUSING UNIT [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: Lift both hooks before attempting to remove the fusing unit from the
machine.
[C]
[A]: Rear cover
[B]: Fusing unit (2 hooks [C])
Replacement
Adjustment
[B]
[A]
G094R007.WMF
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FUSING
3.7.2 HOT ROLLER AND FUSING LAMP [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: 1) Remove both springs before taking apart the fusing unit assembly. This
will relieve pressure on the unit.
2) When reinstalling the fusing unit assembly, install both springs last. This
will reset the springs back to their default position.
[A]
[B]
[C]
G094R008.WMF
[D]
[D]
G094R009.WMF
Fusing Unit ( 3.7.1)
[A]: Left cover ( x 1)
[B]: Upper fusing unit assembly ( x 4, 2 springs)
[C]: Right cover ( x 1)
[D]: Lamp holders ( x 1 each)
(Procedure continued on next page)
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FUSING
3.7.2 Hot Roller and Fusing Lamp continued
Replacement
Adjustment
NOTE: 1) Take the gear and the pin off first, before removing the hot roller
from the unit.
2) Use a small screwdriver to separate the guide plate from the unit.
3) Before installing the new hot roller, peel off 3 cm (1 inch) from both
ends of the protective sheet on the new hot roller. Make sure to
remove the rest of the paper before starting the machine.
[E]
[H]
G094R526.WMF
[F]
[G]
G094R003.WMF
[E]: Fusing Lamp ( x 2)
NOTE: The colored cable must be at the hot roller gear side.
[F]: Guide plate (3 hooks)
[G]: Hot roller strippers (1 spring each)
[H]: Hot roller (2 C-rings, 1 gear, 2 bushings)
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FUSING
3.7.3 PRESSURE ROLLER [ALL MODELS]
[D]
[C]
[D]
[B]
[C]
[A]
G094R012.WMF
[B]
Fusing Unit ( 3.7.1)
Hot roller and fusing lamp ( 3.7.2)
[A]: Pressure roller
[B]: Bushing
[C]: Pressure roller lever
[D]: Spring
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FUSING
3.7.4 THERMISTOR AND THERMOSTAT [ALL MODELS]
[E]
[C]
[D]
[B]
Replacement
Adjustment
[A]
G094R011.WMF
Hot roller and fusing lamp ( 3.7.2)
[A]: Wire cover ( x 1)
[B]: Grounding plate ( x 2, 1 wire)
[C]: Fusing unit connector ( x 6,  x 1, 2 hooks)
[D]: Thermistor ( x 1, 1 harness)
[E]: Thermostat ( x 1)
NOTE: 1) When removing the thermistor, remove the entire unit first and then
separate it into two parts.
2) Do not touch the thermostat with your hands.
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FUSING
3.7.5 HOT ROLLER STRIPPERS [G112 SERIES]
[A]
G094R003.WMF
Hot roller and fusing lamp ( 3.7.2)
NOTE: Extra Hot Roller Strippers
1) Two extra hot roller strippers [A] are available for this machine. These
are used to provide a better grip for narrower paper. This helps prevent
paper from curling around the hot roller.
2) When installing the 2 extra hot roller strippers, insert them in the two
slots using a small pair of pliers until they snap into place.
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FUSING
3.7.6 HOT ROLLER STRIPPERS [G116 SERIES]
Replacement
Adjustment
[A]
[B]
G091R510.WMF
[C]
G091R505.WMF
[A]: Guide plate (3 hooks)
[B]: Hot roller strippers (1 spring each)
[C]: Hot roller (2 C-rings, 1 gear, 2 bushings).
NOTE: Before installing the new hot roller, peel off 3 cm (1 inch) from both ends of
the protective sheet on the new roller. Also, remove the rest of the paper
before starting the machine.
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PAPER FEED
3.8 PAPER FEED
3.8.1 PAPER FEED ROLLER [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: Pull out the paper tray before removing the paper feed roller.
[A]: Paper feed roller
G094R002.WMF
[A]
3.8.2 FRICTION PAD [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: Remove the paper tray unit from the machine before removing the friction
pad.
[A]:
Friction pad (2 hooks, 1 spring)
[A]
When reinstalling the friction pad
follow this order
1. Replace the spring.
2. Insert the right side of the friction
pad first followed by the left side.
3. Gently push the friction pad
down into the slot and then pull
forward very slightly.
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BY-PASS TRAY
3.9 BY-PASS TRAY
3.9.1 BY-PASS TRAY UNIT AND BY-PASS FEED ROLLER
[ALL MODELS]
[D]
[B]
G094R528.WMF
G094R527.WMF
[E]
[C]
Left cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.5, [G116 Series] 3.3.6)
Front cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.5, [G116 Series] 3.3.6)
Remove the AIO
[A]: Paper guide ( x 2)
[B]: Actuator
[C]: Solenoid ( x 1)
[D]: By-pass feed roller
[E]: Gear (1 hook)
When reinstalling the paper guide.
1. Set the paper guide on the bushing.
2. Install the right side of the actuator on the paper guide.
3. Install the left side of the actuator in the machine.
4. Install the paper guide.
5. Check that the actuator moves smoothly and swings freely.
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Replacement
Adjustment
[A]
PRINTER CONTROLLER BOARD [ALL MODELS]
3.10 PRINTER CONTROLLER BOARD [ALL MODELS]
The board for the G112/G094 is different from the board for the G113/G095. Make
sure to install the correct board.
NOTE: 1) Remove the Duplex Unit before
you remove the controller
board. [G116/G091 machine
only]
2) The screws on the printer
controller board are hand
screws. Gently turn these
screws when removing the
printer control board.
3) Pull on the handle to remove
the printer controller board from
the machine.
[A]: Printer controller board ( x 2)
[B]: NVRAM
NOTE: Remove the NVRAM from the
old printer controller board
and insert it on the new board.
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[A]
[B]
G094R005.WMF
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ENGINE BOARD [ALL MODELS]
3.11 ENGINE BOARD [ALL MODELS]
[B]
Replacement
Adjustment
[C]
[A]
G094R529.WMF
[D]
Left cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.5, [G116 Series] 3.3.6)
Printer controller board ( 3.10)
[A]: Bracket ( x 7, 1 grounding wire)
NOTE: Be careful not to damage the flat cable.
[B]: Clip
[C]: Engine board ( x 4, all connectors)
NOTE: Remove the NVRAM [D] from the old engine board and insert it on the
new board.
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MAIN MOTOR [ALL MODELS]
3.12 MAIN MOTOR [ALL MODELS]
Left cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.5, [G116
Series] 3.3.6)
[A]: Main motor ( x 4,  x 1)
[A]
G094R530.WMF
3.13 SOLENOIDS AND CLUTCHES [ALL MODELS]
Left cover ([G094/G095] 3.3.5, [G091]
3.3.6)
[A]: By-pass feed solenoid
( x 1,  x 1)
[B]: Gear (1 hook)
[C]: Stopper ( x 1)
[D]: Relay clutch ( x 1 x 1)
[E]: Paper feed clutch ( x 1)
[F]
Main motor ( 3.12)
[F]: Registration clutch
( x 1 x 1)
[C]
[E]
[D]
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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G094R531.WMF
[A]
[B]
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POWER SUPPLY BOARD AND HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY BOARD
3.14 POWER SUPPLY BOARD AND HIGH VOLTAGE
SUPPLY BOARD [ALL MODELS]
Replacement
Adjustment
[A]
[B]
G094R004.WMF
[D]
[C]
[E]
G094R532.WMF
Left cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.5, [G116 Series] 3.3.6)
Fusing unit ( 3.7.1)
[A]: PSU cover ( x 2)
[B]: PSU assembly ( x 7, all connectors)
[C]: High voltage supply board ( x 4)
[D]: 230-volt machine only: Choke coil ( x 2  x 1)
[E]: PSU ( x 5)
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COOLING FAN [ALL MODELS]
3.15 COOLING FAN [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: The cooling fan must be reinstalled to the original position. Do not reinstall
the cooling fan opposite to the original position.
Right cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.5, [G116 Series] 3.3.6)
[A]
G094R501.WMF
[A]: Cooling fan ( x 1,  x1)
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IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
3.16 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
3.16.1 REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT [ALL MODELS]
The image registration is adjusted using the User Program Mode menu
“Maintenance-Registration”. See the Printer Reference guide, “Making Printer
Settings with the Control Panel-Maintenance Menu” for more details.
If a parallelogram image (see example below) is printed while adjusting printing
registration, use the following procedure.
Examples of parallelogram images
(a)
(b)
NOTE: Use the scanner positioning pin (P/N: A0069104) for the adjustment.
1. Remove the upper cover ([G112 Series] 3.3.2, [G116 Series] 3.3.3)
2. Put the positioning pin into one of the two positioning holes on the laser unit,
depending upon the image adjustment required.
3. Loosen the four screws and move the laser unit.
4. Tighten the laser unit.
5. Print the trimming area pattern to check the image alignment. If a parallelogram
still exists, repeat steps 3 to 5 until image squareness is achieved. (If you
cannot achieve image squareness using one positioning hole, try repeating this
procedure using the other positioning hole.)
G094R533.WMF
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Replacement
Adjustment
3.16.2 PARALELLOGRAM IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
[ALL MODELS]
TROUBLESHOOTING
SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
4. TROUBLESHOOTING
4.1 SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
NOTE: SC codes that are not the same for all models are shown in the left side
margin. If no model-specific identifier is present in the left side margin,
assume that code applies to all models.
4.1.1 SUMMARY
Level
A
B
Definition
Only a service representative can reset
this SC. This will prevent damage to the
machine.
The machine cannot be used.
The SC can be reset by turning the
operation switch off and on (if the SC was
caused by a sensor error).
Reset Procedure
Enter engine SP mode 5810
and press “#”. When ‘execute’
is displayed, press “#” again.
Then press ‘Escape’. Then
turn the main power off/on.
Switch the main power off and
on.
NOTE: 1) If the problem is with electrical circuit boards,disconnect the connectors
first. Then reconnect the connectors before you replace the PCBs.
2) If the problem is with a motor lock, first examine the mechanical load.
Then replace motors or sensors.
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Troubleshooting
There are 2 levels of service call conditions.
SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
4.1.2 SC CODE DESCRIPTIONS
Code No.
302
B
Symptom
Charge roller current leak
A charge roller current leak signal is
detected.
320
B
Polygon motor error
The polygon motor does not reach its
operating speed within 10 seconds
after the polygon motor on signal, or
the lock signal is not detected for
more than a certain time during
operation.
322
B
1st laser synchronization error
The laser synchronization detector
cannot detect the laser
synchronization signal for more than
5 consecutive 100 ms intervals.
323
B
326
B
391
B
LD drive current exceeded
The LD driver detects this error for
more than 500 ms.
2nd laser synchronization error
The 1st LD1 is already on, but the
laser synchronization detector cannot
detect the laser synchronization
signal from the 2nd LD for more than 5
consecutive 100 ms intervals.
Development bias leak
A development bias leak signal is
detected.
500
B
Main motor lock
A main motor lock signal is not
detected for more than 700 ms after
the main motor starts to rotate, or the
lock signal is not detected for more
than a certain time during rotation
after the last signal.
• Main motor defective
• Too much load on the drive
mechanism
541
A
Unstable fusing temperature
During warm-up, the fusing
temperature rises by less than 20 °C
during 11 seconds.
The fusing temperature detected by
the thermistor was 0 °C 5 seconds
after the fusing relay was turned on.
•
•
•
•
•
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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•
•
•
•
•
Possible Cause
Cartridge (charge roller) defective
High voltage supply board
defective
Defective cartridge connection
Polygon motor
Polygon motor cable
• Laser synchronization detector
board out of position
• Laser synchronization detector
board or cable defective
• Laser synchronization mirror out of
position
• LD unit defective
• Engine board defective
• LD unit defective
• Laser synchronization detector
board out of position
• LD unit defective
• Engine board defective
• High voltage supply board
defective
• Defective cartridge connection
Thermistor defective
Fusing lamp open
Fusing thermostat open
Power supply board defective
Defective connection of the fusing
unit
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SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
Symptom
Fusing temperature warm-up error
The fusing temperature does not
reach more than 80 °C 17.5 seconds
after the main switch is turned on.
543
A
544
G091
Only
A
545
A
546
A
547
B
590
G112
G113
G094
G095
Only
610
B
Fusing overheat error
A fusing temperature of over 245 °C
is detected for 1 second by the fusing
thermistor.
A fusing temperature of over 235 °C
is detected for 1 second after the
fusing lamp has been turned off.
The dual monitoring circuitry of the
BICU detects extremely high
temperature and tripped the relay
circuit off.
Fusing overheat error (hardware
circuit detection)
The dual monitoring circuitry of the
BICU detects extremely high
temperature and tripped the relay
circuit off.
Fusing lamp stays on
The fusing lamp stays on more than
12 seconds after the main motor has
been turned off.
Unstable fusing temperature
During standby, within 500 ms, the
fusing temperature goes below 60 °C
twice or over 60 °C three times.
Within 1 minute, a 60 °C increase or
decrease in fusing temperature is
detected during five different onesecond intervals.
Zero cross signal malfunction
Zero cross signals are not detected
within 5 seconds.
Fusing fan motor error
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The CPU detects an exhaust fan lock
signal for more than 3.5 seconds.
The engine board cannot
communicate with the duplex unit.
B
Communication error - duplex unit
The engine board cannot
communicate with the duplex unit.
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Possible Cause
Thermistor defective
Fusing lamp open
Fusing thermostat open
Power supply board Defective
Defective connection of the fusing
unit
• Fusing thermistor defective
• Power supply board defective
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power supply unit defective
I/O board (IOB) defective
BICU defective
Fusing thermistor defective
• Fusing thermistor defective
• Power supply board defective
• Defective connection of the fusing
unit
• Fusing thermistor defective
• Power supply board defective
• Defective connection of the fusing
unit
• Power supply board defective
• Defective mains power supply
condition
• Poor connection of the exhaust fan
motor
• Too much load on the motor drive
• Defective connection between
engine board and duplex unit
• Engine board defective
• Duplex control board defective
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Troubleshooting
Code No.
542
A
SERVICE CALL CONDITIONS
Code No.
650
B
Symptom
Communication error - GAVD
• The engine board detects an
unknown device on the I2C I/F
bus (internal bus on the engine
control board).
• The engine board detects an I2C
I/F bus error.
Possible Cause
• Engine board defective
651
B
• Engine board defective
726
G091
only
B
Communication error - FCI
• The engine board detects an
unknown device on the IC I/F bus
(internal bus on the engine control
board).
• The engine board detects an IC I/F
bus error.
Tray shift did not finish within a
certain time after the shift motor
turned on.
The IPU does not respond with the
settings required to start memory
image processing.
Shift tray motor error
Tray shift did not finish within a
certain time after the shift motor
turned on.
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• Shift motor defective
• Shift tray: Left shift sensor or right
shift sensor defective
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CONTROLLER ERROR
4.2 CONTROLLER ERROR
Code
640
Description
Engine to controller
communication error.
•
•
641
Engine to controller
communication error (no
answer).
670
Engine response error
671
Controller-to-operation panel
communication error at startup
800
Video data error
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
818
System timeout error
819
Kernal end error
820
821
Controller CPU error
CPU and ASIC timer error
822
HDD timeout error
823
NIB self test error
824
827
828
829
NVRAM error
SDRAM error
Flash ROM error
Optional RAM error
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
835
836
837
838
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Parallel interface error
Font ROM error
Optional font ROM error
Clock generator error
•
•
•
•
Required Action
Examine the connection between the
controller and the engine board.
Replace the engine board if the error is
frequent.
Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
Examine the connection between the
controller and the engine board.
Replace the engine board if the error is
frequent.
Engine board installed incorrectly
Engine board defective
Controller board defective
Controller stalled
Controller board installed incorrectly
Controller board defective
Operation panel connector loose or defective
Examine the connection between the
controller and the engine board.
Replace the engine board if the error is
frequent.
Defective controller
Replace the controller if it occurs frequently.
HDD error
Software application error
RAM shortage
Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
Turn off the machine and turn it back on.
Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
Examine the connection between the HDD
and the controller
Replace the HDD if the error is frequent.
Turn off the machine and turn it back on.
Examine the connection between the NIB
and the controller.
Replace the NIB if the error is frequent.
Replace the NVRAM if the error is frequent.
Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
Examine the connection of the optional
memory.
Replace the optional memory if the error is
frequent.
Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
Not used for this model.
Not used for this model.
Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
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Troubleshooting
The following table describes the controller error codes. These codes are displayed
at power-on, or after the power-on self test, if an error occurs.
CONTROLLER ERROR
Code
850
851
853
Description
NIB interface error
IEEE1394 interface error
Wireless LAN Error: Card Error 1
854
855
Wireless LAN Error: Card Error 2
Wireless LAN Error: Card Error 3
856
Wireless LAN Error 4: Board
857
USB I/F Error
860
G116
G091
Only
862
863
864
865
900
955
HDD start-up error
990
HDD damaged cluster error
HDD data unable to read
HDD data access error
HDD access error
Controller counter error
FGATE error
The IPU does not respond with
the settings required to start
memory image processing.
Software performance error
991
Software continuity error
998
Application start error
999
Software update error
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Required Action
• Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
• Replace the controller if the error is frequent.
• Wireless LAN card not inserted into the
wireless LAN board
• Wireless LAN card has been removed
• Wireless LAN card defective
• Wireless card connection not tight
• Wireless LAN card board defective
• PCI connector loose
• The USB driver can generate three types of
errors: RX, CRC, and STALL errors. Only the
STALL error can generate this SC code.
• Defective controller board
• Turn off the machine and turn it back on.
• Examine the connection between the HDD
and the controller.
• Replace the HDD if the error is frequent.
• Replace the HDD if the error is frequent.
•
•
•
•
Replace the NVRAM if the error is frequent.
Software bug; reboot the machine
Internal parameter incorrect
Insufficient working memory
•
•
•
•
Software defective; reboot the machine
Internal parameter incorrect
Insufficient working memory
When this SC occurs, the file name, address,
and data will be stored in NVRAM.
Note the above data and the situation in which
this SC occurs. Then report the data and
conditions to your technical control center.
• Software bug; reboot the machine
• Internal parameter incorrect
• Insufficient working memory
• Software defective; change the firmware for
the application that failed
• An option required by the application (RAM,
DIMM, board) is not installed
• Try downloading the controller software
again.
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ELECTRICAL COMPONENT DEFECTS [ALL MODELS]
4.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT DEFECTS [ALL
MODELS]
Component
CN
Condition
Open
Paper Exit
6-B2
Shorted
Paper Overflow
6-B5
Open
Shorted
Open
Registration
16-A2
Shorted
Open
Remaining paper
sensor 1
16-A5
Remaining paper
sensor 2
16-A8
Toner End
16-A12
Shorted
Open
Shorted
High
Low
Symptom
The Paper Jam indicator will light whenever
a print is made.
The Paper Jam indicator lights even if there
is no paper.
The paper overflow message is not
displayed even when a paper overflow
condition exists.
The paper overflow message is displayed.
The Paper Jam indicator will light whenever
a print is made.
The Paper Jam indicator lights even if there
is no paper.
The Paper End indicator lights even if paper
is placed in the 1st paper tray.
The Paper End indicator does not light even
if there is no paper in the 1st paper tray.
The machine cannot determine the paper
near-end condition properly.
Toner near-end (toner end) is not detected.
The add toner message is displayed.
NOTE: The CN numbers describe the connector number on the engine board.
4.3.2 SWITCHES [ALL MODELS]
Component
Main
Front Cover
Safety
CN
272-1,3
(PSU 120 V)
270-1,2
(PSU 230 V)
Condition
Open
Shorted
Open
9-1
Shorted
Open
Rear Cover
Safety
9-3
5-3
Shorted
Symptom
The machine does not turn on.
The machine does not turn off.
The Front Cover Open message is not
displayed even if the front cover is opened.
The Front Cover Open message is
displayed even if the front cover is closed.
The Rear Cover Open message is not
displayed even if the rear cover or paper
exit cover is opened.
The Rear Cover Open message is
displayed even if the rear cover or paper
exit cover is closed.
NOTE: The CN numbers describe the connector number on the engine board
(except for the main switch).
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Troubleshooting
4.3.1 SENSORS
BLOWN FUSE CONDITIONS [ALL MODELS]
4.4 BLOWN FUSE CONDITIONS [ALL MODELS]
Fuse
115 V
Power Supply Board
FU1
15 A/125 V
FU2
6.3 A/250 V
FU3
5 A/125 V
FU4
Rating
220 - 240 V
5 A/125 V
---3.15 A/250 V
5 A/250 V
5 A/250 V
Symptom when turning on the main
switch
Machine does not start
Machine does not start
Machine does not start
Machine does not start
(The LEDs turn on for a moment.)
4.5 LEDS [ALL MODELS]
No LEDs are used for this model (except for the NIB - refer to section 6.7).
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SERVICE TABLES
SERVICE PROGRAM MODE [ALL MODELS]
5. SERVICE TABLES
5.1 SERVICE PROGRAM MODE [ALL MODELS]
NOTE: Differences that are machine specific are noted in the margin with the
machine code.
CAUTION
Do these before you go into the service program mode:
• Make sure there is no print data in the printer buffer (the Data In LED must
not be lit or blinking).
• If there is some data in the buffer, wait until all data has been printed.
5.1.1 ENABLING AND DISABLING SERVICE PROGRAM MODE
Entering the Service Mode
Method 1: Turn the machine on while
pressing the “On Line” key and “Escape”
key together until “1. Service Menu1”
appears on the display.
Menu
NOTE: If you switch the machine off, any
On Line
jobs stored on the hard disk using
the sample print and protected print
Job Reset
Escape
features will be deleted.
Check first with the user tools to
see if there are any jobs stored with
Form Feed
# Enter
these features
(Menu key - Sample Print, or
Protected Print).
Power
Error
Data In
Method 2: Press the “Up/Down arrow” keys
together for about 5 seconds, then press
the “Enter” key.
G094S509.WMF
“1. Service Menu1” appears on the display.
NOTE: The machine automatically goes off line when you enter the service mode
Inputting a Value or Setting for a Service Program
Enter the required program mode as explained above. The setting appearing on
the display is the current setting.
Select the required setting using the “Up/Down arrow” keys, then press the “Enter”
key. The previous value remains if the “Enter” key is not pressed.
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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
There are two ways to enter the service
mode.
PRINTER CONTROLLER SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
Exiting Service Mode
Select “3. End” from the service mode main menu, then press the “Enter” key.
NOTE: To make the settings effective, turn the main switch off and on after exiting
service mode.
5.2 PRINTER CONTROLLER SERVICE MODE [ALL
MODELS]
5.2.1 SERVICE MODE MENU (“1. SERVICE MENU”)
Service
Mode
Description
1001
Bit Switch
1003
Clear Setting
1004
Print summary
1005
Disp Version
Function
Adjusts bit switch settings.
Note: Currently the bit switches are not being used except
for Bit Switch 2 bit 3. See PUB(C)-051 for details.
Initializes settings in the “System” menu of the user mode.
Prints the service summary sheet (a summary of all the
controller settings).
Displays the version of the controller firmware.
5.2.2 BIT SWITCH PROGRAMMING
NOTE: Currently the bit switches are not being used except for Bit Switch 2 bit 3.
See PUB(C)-051 for details.
1. Enter the SP mode, select “Service Menu”, then press
[Enter] twice.
Service Menu
BitSW
2. Select #1, #2, #3, or #4 for the desired bit switch, then
press [Enter].
• [] []: Move to the next switch.
BitSW
<BitSW#1>
Sw#1 00000000
3. Adjust the bit switch using the following keys.
Bit0
_
• [] []: Move to the next bit.
• [Escape]: Exit without saving changes.
• [Enter]: Exit and save changes.
NOTE: The left digit on the display is bit 7 and the right digit is bit 0.
4. Press [Enter] to save changes and exit.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5.3 PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5.3.1 SERVICE MODE TABLE
Notation
[range / default / step]
italics
DFU
Japan only
What it means
Example: [-9 ~ +9 / +3.0 / 0.1 mm step]. The setting can be
adjusted in the range ±9, value reset to +3.0 after an NVRAM
reset, and the value can be changed in 0.1 mm steps with
each key press.
Comments added for reference.
Denotes “Design or Factory Use”. Do not change this value.
The feature or item is for Japan only. Do not change this
value.
SP1-xxx: Feed
1003 1
1003 2
1003 3
Regist sag
Adjusts the relay clutch timing at registration. Relay clutch timing determines
the amount of paper buckle at registration. (A “+” setting causes more
buckling.)
Cassette
[–8 mm ~+8 mm/0/2 mm step]
Multi tray [By-pass]
[–8 mm ~+8 mm/0/2 mm step]
Duplex Tray
[–8 mm ~+8 mm/0/2 mm step]
1104
Fusing control
Normal, Phase control
Use phase control if the room lights flicker when the fusing lamp starts.
Defaults: North America – Normal (On/off control), Europe – Phase
1105
Fusing Temp.
Adjusts the fusing temperatures for printing and standby mode.
Fusing temp
[150 ~ 200/ 170 / 5 deg.] DFU
Adjusts the fusing temperature for printing on normal paper.
Fusing T Stand
[140 ~ 175 / 168 / 1 deg.] DFU
Adjusts the fusing temperature for standby mode.
1105 1
1105 2
1106
1106 1
Fusing T Display
Displays the current fusing temperature.
1902
OHP clutch rt
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G112 Series: 1 = 1 rotation, 2 = 2 rotations
G116 Series: 1 = 1 rotation, 2 = 2 rotations
Selects the number of rotations for the bypass feed roller when the paper type
is set to “Transparencies”.
If jams occur when transparencies are being used, change the setting to 2.
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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
1003
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
1910
Fusing start
Normal, Roller turn DFU
Roller turn: Warms up the fusing unit for 20 s just after the power switch has
been turned on or when the machine warms up from energy saver mode.
Normal: There is no 20 s warm-up period. However, just after the main power
switch is turned on, the motor turns to clean the drum.
NOTE: This SP mode is effective only when the internal
temperature is less than 15 C.
1912
G116
G091
Only
Warm up control
Normal, Curl control
Lowers the fusing temperature (to 150°C) to prevent thin paper from curling.
Use this mode only when a paper jam occurs during duplex rear side printing.
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PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
2001
G112
Series
Only
Charge rol bias
[1000 ~ 2000 / –1700V / 10V step] DFU
Adjusts the voltage applied to the charge roller for printing.
2001
G116
Series
Only
Charge rol bias
[1000 ~ 2000 / –1675V / 10V step] DFU
Adjusts the voltage applied to the charge roller for printing.
2112
Mainscan mag
[-0.5% ~ 0.5% / 0 / 0.1% step]
Adjusts the main scan magnification.
2113
Subscan mag
[-0.5% ~ 0.5% / 0 / 0.1% step]
Adjusts the sub scan magnification.
2201
Developer bias
[200 ~ 800 / 750V / 10V step] DFU
Adjusts the development bias for printing.
2213
Toner end count
[50 ~ 200 / 200 / 50 sheets/step]
Adjusts the number of prints the machine can make after it detects toner nearend.
2301
Transfer curr
[-2 ~ 4 / 0 / 2 µA/step]
Adjusts the correction current applied to the transfer roller.
2902
Test Pattern
Printing Test Pattern
No specified
Various test patterns
Selects a printer test pattern. After selecting a pattern, the display
automatically goes to SP 5902. Use SP 5902 to print either one test pattern
(5902-1) or a few of them (5902-2). Reset SP 2902 to “no specified” after
printing the test pattern, or the selected pattern will appear on every page
printed by the user.
2910
Thermistor adj
Yes, No DFU
If this is “Yes”, the machine automatically adjusts the charge roller voltage and
transfer current in response to the temperature within the machine.
2928
Toner end clear
Execute DFU
Clears the toner end counter in the engine board. Not used in this machine.
2980
Waste toner cnt
Displays the waste toner counter in the engine board.
SM
5-5
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
SP2-xxx: Drum
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
SP3-xxx: Process
3921
Effective info
3922
Cartridge lmt
[15k ~ 40k / 30k / 5k step]
Adjusts the number of prints the machine can make after a new cartridge is
detected.
Do not use a higher value than 30 k, or waste toner could leak from the
waste toner tank.
3923
Cartridge stop
No, Yes
Determines whether the machine stops printing after the cartridge counter
reaches the limit set with SP 3922.
3924
3924 1
Toner end sensor
Toner near-end
[100 ~ 1000 / 200 / 100 ms step] DFU
Threshold adjustment for toner near-end detection.
Toner end
[250 ~ 1050 / 550 / 100 ms step] DFU
Threshold adjustment for toner end detection
3924 2
3925
3925 1
3925 2
3925 3
3925 4
3925 5
3925 6
3925 7
3925 8
Not used: All items ignored
Cartridge dtct: Cartridge detection only
Normal mode (Cartridge detection and Type ID)
All used: All items used
Selects which of the cartridge ID chip functions are enabled.
Cartridge info
Machine ID
Displays the model name stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
Version
Displays the cartridge version number stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
Brand ID
Displays the OEM brand name stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
Color ID
Displays the cartridge color name stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
Area ID
Displays the region stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
Kind ID
Displays the part code number stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
Secu ID
Displays the cartridge type ID stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
Maker ID
Displays the maker ID number stored in the toner cartridge IC chip.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
5-6
SM
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
Prevention of filming
No, Yes
If set to “Yes”: This is done every 50 prints, for 0.2 s, to lubricate the cleaning
blade. The charge roller voltage is cut, and toner is transferred to the cleaning
blade. If the 50-print interval is reached during a job, printing stops and this
process is done.
Set this to yes to prevent the following:
• Grey banding parallel to the paper feed direction
• Cleaning blade flipping due to friction between blade and drum
• Noise due to friction between blade and drum
Service
Tables
3926
G112
Series
Only
SM
5-7
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
Rev. 10/2005
SP5-xxx: Mode
⇒
5024
mm/inch Display Selection 0: Europe/Asia (mm), 1: North America (inch)
Selects the unit of measurement.
After selection, turn the main power switch off and on.
5046
ROM Update Disp
Enables or disables the ROM Update utility.
When enabled, this utility will be displayed in the
user program mode. DFU
[0 or 1 / 1 / –]
• 0: Enabled
1: Disabled
[Display IP Address]
0: NO, 1: Yes
5055
5055 1 Displays the LP’s IP Address on the display panel. (Default = NO)
5104
G091
G116
Only
A3/11x17 Count
5302
Set Time
5305
Auto Off Set
Specifies whether the counter is doubled for
A3/11" x 17" paper. If “Yes” is selected, the total
counter counts up twice when A3/11" x 17" paper
is used.
Yes
No
(double count)
(single count)
[-1440 ∼ 1440 /Montreal: -300/1 minute/step]
DFU
Adjusts the RTC (real time clock) time setting. Sets the local time. (Montreal: 300, Paris: + 60, Beijing: +480, Taipei: +480, Hong Kong: +480)
Switches energy saver mode on/off
Enable, Disable
Enable: Energy saver mode will be used
Disable: Energy saver mode will be ignored
5307
5307 1
5307 3
5307 4
Summer time
Setting
Rule set (Start)
Rule set (End)
Enables or disables the summer time mode.
[0 to 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Off, 1: On
Specifies the start of the daylight saving time.
Specifies the end of the daylight saving time
5401
U limit auto select
Yes, No
Determines whether the machine adds new user codes in the User
Management Tool in Smart Net Monitor.
5404
5404 1
[UcodeCtrClr] User Code Counter Clear
UcodeCtrClr
Clears all counters for users.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
5-8
SM
5501
PM Alarm. PM alarm level
Sets the PM alarm level. A PM alarm is made when this condition occurs: PA
x 1000 = or > PC, where PA is the value set in SP5-501 and PC is the value in
the PM counter.
[0 to 9999 / 0 / -]
The alert is sent to the e-mail address that is specified for the system
administrator using a browser and the built-in web server (Web Image
Monitor).
0: Disables the PM alarm
When SP 5866 1 is set to 1, this SP is enabled.
5504
Jam Alarm
Sets the jam alarm level. If a paper jam occurs, the jam alarm counter
increases by +1. If no paper jam occurs while the set number of paper is
output, the jam alarm counter decreases by -1. The jam alarm occurs when
the jam alarm counter gets to +10.
[0 to 3 / 3 / 1/step]
0: Disables the jam alarm
1: 1.5K, 2: 3K, 3: 6K
The alert is sent to the e-mail address that is specified for the system
administrator using a browser and the built-in web server (Web Image
Monitor).
When SP 5866 1 is set to 1, this SP is enabled.
5505
Error Alarm
Occurs, the error alarm counter increases by +1. If no SC code occurs while
the set number of paper is output, the jam alarm counter decreases by -1. The
error alarm occurs when the error alarm counter reaches +5.
[0 to 255 / 18 / 1/step]
0: Disables the PM alarm
The alert is sent to the e-mail address that is specified for the system
administrator using a browser and the built-in web server (Web Image
Monitor).
When SP 5866 1 is set to 1, this SP is enabled.
5507
5507 1
5507 3
Supply Alarm
Paper Supply Ala
Toner Supply Alarm
5507 128
5507 132
(G116)
5507 133
5507 134
5507 141
(G116)
5507 142
5507 160
(G116)
SM
Interval: Others
Interval: A3
Interval: A4
Interval: A5
Interval: B4
Interval: B5
Interval: DLT
Enables or disables the supply alarm.
[0 to 1 / 0 / -] Alphanumeric
0: Off, 1: On
Sets the paper supply alarm level. A paper
supply alarm counter increases by +1 when a
sheet of the related size is used. The paper
supply alarm occurs when one of the paper
supply alarm counters gets to the set value.
[250 to 10000 / 1000 / 1/step]
The alert is sent to the e-mail address that is
specified for the system administrator using a
browser and the built-in web server (Web Image
Monitor).
5-9
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5507 164
5507 166
5507 172
5801
5801 1
5801 2
5801 3
5801 4
5801 5
5801 8
5801 10
5801 11
5801 14
5801 15
5801 16
5801 17
Interval: LG
Interval: LT
Interval: HLT
When SP 5866 1 is set to 1, this SP is enabled.
Memory Clear
Resets software counters and returns modes and settings to their defaults.
All clear: Clears all data
Engine clear: Clears the printer engine settings
SCS: Clears the systems settings
PRT: Clears user mode system settings
NCS: Network control systems - Clears the items listed in the “Host Interface”
section of the Configuration page.
DCS: Delivery control system (e-mail settings)
MIRS: E-mail addresses
Memory all clear
Engine memory clear
Resets the following user tool settings:
Maintenance menu: Main scan registration, sub scan registration, image
density, curl control
Resets the settings of the following SPs: 1003, 1104, 1105, 1902, 1910, 2001,
2112, 2113, 2201, 2213, 2301, 2910, 3921, 3922, 3923, 3924, 5930
SCS memory clear
Resets the following user tool settings:
Paper Input menu: Paper type, paper size, tray lock,
System menu: Energy saver timer
Resets the settings of the following SPs: 5009, 5812
Also resets the user code counters.
IMH: Clears IMH data. DFU
MCS: Clears MCS data DFU
PRT memory clear
Resets the following user tool settings:
Paper Input menu: Tray priority
System menu: Misfeed recovery, print error report, auto continue, memory
overflow, output tray, job separation, memory usage
Web Service
Clears the web service data and the network application data.
NCS memory clear
Resets the network settings, such as IP address and subnet mask
DCS setting
Resets the e-mail settings, such as those stored in SP 5860
Clear USC Settings
Resets or deletes the UCS-related data.
MIRS setting
Resets the settings used for the e-mail alert feature (such as the
enable/disable setting and the address used for the e-mail alert)
CCS
Resets or deletes the CSS-related data. FA
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
5-10
SM
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5802
Free run
The machine performs a free run.
Press [Enter] to start.
Press [Enter] to stop.
Please note that the machine will not stop immediately after the [Enter] key is
pressed.
Input check
Displays signals received from sensors and switches.
NOTE: SP Modes other than those listed in this table, are not used in the
machine.
Operation Panel
Component Name
5803 1 Front Door
Front cover safety switch
5803 2 MainMotLock
Main Motor Lock
5803 3 PolygonLock
Polygon Motor Lock
5803 5 Duplex door
Duplex Unit cover switch
5803 6 Duplex set
Duplex Unit
5803 7 Fusing set
Fusing Unit
5803 11 StdTrayFul
Paper Overflow Sensor
5803 16 Regist
Registration Sensor
5803 17 Pap Output
Paper Exit Sensor
5803 18 Dup in/out
Duplex Invertor Sensor
5803 19 Dup In
Duplex Entrance Sensor
5803 20 Duplex Out
Duplex Exit Sensor
5803 21 PinBypass
Bypass paper sensor
5803 22 NoT1paper
Paper end sensor-Standard Paper Tray Unit
5803 23 Tray1 Size
Paper size switch-Standard tray
5803 24 T1 Remains
Remaining paper sensor-Standard tray
5803 26 No T2 paper
Paper end sensor-1st Optional Paper Tray Unit
5803 29 No T3 paper
Paper end sensor-2nd Optional Paper Tray Unit
5803 30 Tray 3 Size
Paper size switch-2nd Optional Paper Tray Unit
5803 31 T3 remains
Remaining paper sensor-2nd Optional Paper
Tray Unit
5803 32 Carrier 2
Paper feed sensor-1st Optional Paper Tray Unit
5803 33 Carrier 3
Paper feed sensor-2nd Optional Paper Tray Unit
5803 34 Tray 2 size
Paper size switch-1st Optional Paper Tray Unit
5803 36 Tray2 Remains
Remaining paper sensor-1st Optional Paper Tray
Unit
SP 5803 41-54 are for the G116 and G091 models only. These SP Modes are not used
in the G112 Series machines.
5803 41 Exit Door
Paper output tray cover sensor
5803 42 Sft Carrier
Shift tray paper transport sensor
5803 43 Sft to R
Shift tray at right
5803 44 Sft to L
Shift tray at left
5803 45 PaperinB1
Paper sensor - 1st bin
5803 46 Bin1 Full
Paper overflow sensor- 1st bin
5803 47 PaperinB2
Paper sensor - 2nd bin
5803 48 Bin2 Full
Paper overflow sensor- 2nd bin
5803 49 PaperinB3
Paper sensor - 3rd bin
SM
5-11
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
5803
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5803
5803 50
5803 51
5803 52
5803 53
5803 54
5804
5804 0
5804 1
5804 2
5804 3
5804 5
5804 6
5804 11
5804 12
5804 13
5804 22
5804 23
5804 26
5804 27
5804 28
5804 29
5804 31
5804 32
5804 33
5804 34
5804 35
5804 36
5804 37
5804 41
5804 42
5804 43
5804 44
Input check
Displays signals received from sensors and switches.
NOTE: SP Modes other than those listed in this table, are not used in the
machine.
Operation Panel
Component Name
Bin3 Full
Paper overflow sensor – 3 rd bin
PaperinB4
Paper sensor - 4th bin
Bin4 Full
Paper overflow sensor – 4th bin
4bin Upr Tr
Upper paper transport sensor - Mailbox
4bin Lwr Tr
Lower paper transport sensor - Mailbox
Output check
Turns on electrical components individually for test purposes.
NOTE: SP Modes other than those listed in this table, are not used in the
machine.
Operation Panel
Component Name
Impossible
Not used in this machine
Main Motor
Main Motor
Carr Clutch
Relay Clutch
Reg Clutch
Registration Clutch
Tray1 Clutch
Paper Feed Clutch
Byp Clutch
Bypass Feed Solenoid
Fan/speedy
Exhaust fan
Fan/slowly
Exhaust fan
Fus Relay
Fusing Lamp Relay
Pol Motor
Polygon Motor
Pol + LD
Polygon Motor and Laser Diode
T2 Clutch
Paper Feed Clutch-1st Optional Paper Tray
Unit
T2 Motor
Paper Tray Motor-1st Optional Paper Tray
Unit
T3 Clutch
Paper Feed Clutch-2nd Optional Paper Tray
Unit
T3 Motor
Paper Tray Motor-2nd Optional Paper Tray
Unit
Exit motor.
Paper exit motor (1-bin shift tray, 4-bin
mailbox)
Exit solenoid.
Paper exit junction gate solenoid
Motor to R.
1-bin shift tray - right
Motor to L.
1-bin shift tray - left
SP1 solenoid.
Mailbox turn gate solenoid 2
SP2 solenoid.
Mailbox turn gate solenoid 3
SP3 solenoid.
Mailbox turn gate solenoid 4
Dup Side Rt.
Duplex Invertor Motor-forward
Dup Side Rv
Duplex Invertor Motor-reverse
Dup Long
Duplex Transport Motor
Dup Split
Invertor Gate Solenoid
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
5-12
SM
5810
Fusing err clear
Resets a service call condition (for fusing unit errors).
After using this SP mode, turn the main switch off and on.
5811
Serial Number DFU
Used to input the machine serial number. This is normally done at the factory.
If you want to know the serial number, print the system parameter list. Press
 and then input “A”.
5812
Service Tel. No. Setting
Use these SP modes to input service and support telephone numbers. Enter
the number and press
Press the  key to input a pause. Press the “Clear modes” key to delete the
telephone number.
Tel No.
Use this to input the telephone number of the
CE printed on the SP print mode printout.
Fax
Use this to input the fax number of the CE
printed on the SP print mode printout.
5812 1
5812 2
5816
5816 1
SM
Remote Service
I/F Setting
5816 2
CE Call
5816 3
Function Flag
5816 4
Communication Test
5816 5
5816 6
Device Information
Device Information
5816 7
SSL Disable
5816 8
RCG Connect Time
5816 9
RCG Write Timeout
[0 to 2 / 2 / 1/step] Alphanumeric
0: Off, 1: CSS
2: Network (The remote service function is on.)
[0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Start, 1: End
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Off (The remote service function is disabled.)
1: On (The remote service function is enabled.)
Does a communication test. One of the return
codes from 0 to 99 is shown:
• 0: Normal end (The service is operating.)
• 1: Normal end (The service is not operating.)
• Any other code: Abnormal end
Do the test from the User Tools. Do not use SP
5816 4 unless you are told to do it by the
manufacturer.
DFU
Shows or does not show the device information
in the User Tools.
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Not displayed, 1: Displayed
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: On, 1: Off
Sets the timeout counter for the remote
connection.
[1 to 90 / 10 / 1 second/step]
Sets the timeout counter for writing processing.
[0 to 100 / 60 / 1 second/step]
5-13
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5816 10
RCG Read Timeout
5816 11
Port 80 Enable
Sets the timeout counter for reading processing.
[0 to 100 / 60 / 1 second/step]
Enables or disables access to the SOAP method
via port 80.
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Disables, 1: Enables
5821
5821 1
5821 2
Remote Service Address
CSS-PI Device Co
RCG IP Address
5824
NVRAM Upload
# Uploads the UP and SP mode data (except for counters and the serial
number) from the NVRAM to an SD card.
5825
NVRAM Download
# Downloads the UP and SP mode data from an SD card to the NVRAM.
5828
5828 50
Network
1284 Compatible
5828 52
ECP
5828 65
Job Spool
5828 66
HDD Job Clear
5828 69
Job Spool Protocol
5828 84
5828 90
Print Settings List
Telnet
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
[0 to 4 / 0 / 1/step] DFU
Sets the IP address of the RCG (Remote
Communication Gate).
[00000000h to FFFFFFFFh / 00000000h / 1/step]
Switches Centronics IEEE1284 compatibility
on/off for the network.
[ 0 or 1 / 1 / - ]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
Selecting “0” disables bi-directional data
transmission.
Switches the ECP setting for Centronics
off/on.
[0 or 1 / 1 / -]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
With “1” selected, SP5-828-050 must be
enabled for 1284 mode compatibility.
Switches the job spool on/off.
[0 or 1 / 0 / -]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
Selects the treatment of the job when a
spooled job exists at power on.
[0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Data is cleared, 1: Automatically printed
Switches job spooling off or on and enables
settings for job spooling protocols.
[0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Off, 1: On
Prints a list of NCS related parameters.
Enables or disables Telnet.
[0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
5-14
SM
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5828 91
5832
Web
Enables or disables the Web monitor.
[0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
HDD Init
Initializes the hard disk.
5837
Prog checksum
Displays the checksum for the engine firmware.
5839
5839 001
IEEE1394
IP Address
This is the IP address used for IP over 1394.
Subnet mask
This is the subnet mask used for IP over 1394.
Physical address
DFU
Host name
DFU
Cycle master
DFU
BCR mode
DFU
IRM 1394a check
DFU
Unique ID
DFU
Logout
DFU
Login
DFU
Login max
DFU
5839 002
5839 003
5839 004
5839 007
5839 008
5839 009
5839 010
5839 011
5839 012
5839 013
5840
5840 04
5840 06
5840 07
5840 11
5840 18
5840 20
5842
SM
IEEE802.11b
Current SSID
Enters a unique ID (up to 32 characters long) to identify the device.
Channel max
DFU
Channel min
DFU
WEP key number
Selects the WEP key number
SSID key check
DFU
WEP mode
Sets the type of WEP key (64-bit or 128-bit).
NFA Analysis
Prints or does not print the module log for each bit.
[0 to 1 / 1 / 1/step]
0: Prints, 1: Not print
5-15
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
Use this only if there is a hard disk error.
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5844
5844 1
5844 2
5844 3
5844 4
5845
5845 3
5845 4
USB
Transfer rate
FS Fixation: Full Speed (Fixed)
HS/FS Auto: High Speed/Full Speed
(Automatic change)
Sets the speed for USB data transmission.
Vendor ID
DFU
Product ID
DFU
Dev release number
DFU
Delivery Server Setting
Provides items for delivery server settings.
Retry Interval
[60~900 / 300 / 1]
Determines the time interval between retries before the machine returns to
standby after an error occurs during an image transfer with the delivery
scanner or SMTP server.
Number of Retries
[0~99 / 3 / 1]
Determines the number of retries before the machine returns to standby after
an error occurs during an image transfer with the delivery or SMTP server.
5846
5846 3
5846 50
UCS Setting
Maximum Entries
Init All Dir
5848
5848 4
Web Service
ac: ud
5848 11
ac: dm
Displays the number of maximum entries. 500
Initializes all address information data except the
administration account.
Enables or disables the udirectory access
limitation.
0000: Disabled, 0001: Enabled
Enables or disables the device management
access limitation.
0000: Disabled, 0001: Enabled
5851
Bluetooth
Sets the Bluetooth security mode.
Public, Private
5856
Remote Program Update: Local port. ( 5.5)
When set to “enable” allows reception of firmware data via the local port (IEEE
1284) during a remote ROM update.
Disable, Enable
This setting is reset to “disable” after the machine is cycled off and on
5857
Debug Log Save Function: Not Used
Do not change this setting.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
5-16
SM
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5858
Debug Log Save Function: Not Used
Do not change this setting.
5860
5860 2
5860 3
5860 6
SMTP/POP3/IMAP
SMTP ser port no.
SMTP auth
SMTP auth encryp
5860 7
POP before SMTP
5860 8
POP to SMTP wait
5860 13
POP auth encryp
5860 14
5860 22
POP serv port no.
SMTP from replace
5860 25
SMTP Auth Direct
5866
5860 1
E-mail Alert
Notice Func Email
5860 5
SM
Add Date Field
Input the SMTP server port number
SMTP authentication enable/disable
Encryption mode for SMTP authentication
enable/disable (Only valid if 5860 3 is set to
“enable”)
Enable/disable POP before SMTP. If the SMTP
server does not have authentication, you can
enable POP before SMTP, them POP
authentication is available (SP 5860 13)
When using POP before SMTP, this SP mode
determines the maximum wait time between POP
authentication and connection with SMTP.
Communication stops if this time is exceeded.
If POP before SMTP is enabled, then you can
use this SP to enable or disable encryption mode
for POP authentication
Input the POP server port number
If SMTP authentication is enabled, this SP mode
determines which name is included in the e-mail
header
0: Normal sender name
1: User name used by the authentication feature
Selects directly the way of SMTP authentication if
all SMTP authentications fail due to the error in
the SP5860-006.
This SP is activated only when SP5860-003 is
set to “Enable”.
Bit switch 0: LOGIN
Bit switch 1: PLAIN
Bit switch 2: CRAM MD5
Bit switch 3: DIGEST MD
Bit switch 4 - 7: Not used
Enables or disables the alert notice function by email.
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Off, 1: On
Enables or disables to add the date field on the
alert notice e-mail.
[0 to 1 / 0 / 1/step]
0: Off, 1: On
5-17
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
5859
Debug Log Save Function: Not Used
Do not change this setting.
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
5869
RAM disk setting
5870
5870 1
Common Key Info. Common key information writing
Writing
Writes the authentication data (used for NRS) in
the memory.
Initialize
Initializes the authentication data in the memory.
5870 3
⇒
Rev. 12/2005
5873
5873 1
5873 2
SD Card Appli Move
Move Exec
Undo Exec
5876
5876 1
5876 11
5876 15
Security Clear
All Clear
Clear NCS Security
Clear UCS Security
DFU
5.11.2
5.11.3
0: YES, 1: No
5886
[ROM Update]
5886 1 Allows the ROM firmware to be updated remotely via the local network.
(Default = Yes)
NOTE: The settings can be changed via Web Image Monitor.
5902
5902 1
5902 2
5907
Test print
Prints the test pattern that you selected with SP 2902.
1 sheet test
Prints one copy of the test pattern
Cont test
Prints consecutive copies of the test pattern
Plug & Play
Sets the brand name and the production name for Windows Plug & Play. This
information is stored in NVRAM. If the NVRAM is defective or has been
replaced, these names should be registered again.
To set the plug and play model name, enter the model number, and then
press .
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
5-18
SM
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
⇒
5930
5930 1
5930 2
Meter Charge Mode
No, Yes
Enables or disables meter-charge mode.
No, Yes
Display or Not display of “Replace Maintenance Kit”
Important: Turn the main switch off/on after changing this setting.
Meter charge mode disabled (Default):
• The meter charge counter is not shown when the Menu key is pressed.
• The PM counter resets automatically after the user replaces the fusing unit.
• Regardless of setting of SP5930 2, the machine displays “Replace Maintenance
Kit” (the user replaces the maintenance kit items).
Meter charge mode enabled:
• The meter charge counter is shown immediately after the Menu key is pressed.
• The technician must reset the PM counter after finishing PM.
Display of “Replace Maintenance Kit” (SP5930 2):
When enabling meter charge mode, you can select display/not display of “Replace
Maintenance Kit” by SP5930 2.
• If it is set to “Yes”, “Replace Maintenance Kit” is displayed on the operation
panel when the PM counter runs out.
• If it is set to “No”, “Replace Maintenance Kit” is not displayed on the operation
panel when the PM counter runs out.
5970
5983
Debug Serial Output
Paper Kind Setting DFU
5990
(G094/
G095)
5990 1
5990 2
5990 4
5990 5
5990 6
5990 7
SP print mode
5990
(G091)
5990 2
5990 7
SM
All (Data List)
SP (Mode Data List)
Logging
Diagnostic Report
Non-default
NIB Summary
DFU
Prints summary sheet for the item selected.
SP print mode
SP (Mode Data List)
NIB Summary
Prints summary sheet for the item selected.
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Service
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PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
SP7-xxx: Data Log
7001
Operation time
Displays the total number of engine rotation cycles made so far.
NOTE: 1) One cycle is calculated as 3.8 s (G112/G113) of drum rotation.
2) One cycle is calculated as 3.0 s (G116) of drum rotation.
However, this counter also includes idle rotations.
This counter is not reset at PM.
7003
Total counter
Displays the controller total counter. This counter is used for meter charge,
and it appears when the user presses the Menu key (if meter charge mode is
enabled).
It does not count up when certain items, such as service reports, are printed
(see section 6.6.1. for a complete list of conditions).
7401
SC Counter
[0 to 9999 / 0 / 1/step]
Shows the number of SC codes detected.
7502
Total Jam
[0 to 9999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
Shows the total number of paper jams.
7504
Jam location
Displays the number of jams according to the location where jams were
detected.
Main 17
PFU (tray 2) paper feed sensor not turned on
Main 18
PFU (tray 3) paper feed sensor not turned on
Main 19
Registration sensor not turned on – bypass feed
Main 20
Registration sensor not turned on –tray 1
Main 21
Registration sensor not turned on –paper feed unit
Main 22
Registration sensor not turned on –duplex
Main 23
Registration sensor not turned off
Main 24
Paper exit sensor not turned on
Main 25
Paper exit sensor not turned off
Main 33
Not used in this machine
Main 34
Not used in this machine
Main 35
Not used in this machine
Main 36
Not used in this machine
Main 49
Duplex entrance sensor not turned on
Main 50
Duplex entrance sensor not turned off
Main 51
Duplex inverter sensor not turned on
Main 52
Duplex inverter sensor not turned off
Main 53
Duplex exit sensor not turned on
Main 54
Duplex exit sensor not turned off
Main 255
Others
7504 17
7504 18
7504 19
7504 20
7504 21
7504 22
7504 23
7504 24
7504 25
7504 33
7504 34
7504 35
7504 36
7504 49
7504 50
7504 51
7504 52
7504 53
7504 54
7504 255
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
Jam Paper size
A4 LEF
A5 LEF
B5 LEF
LTR LEF
A3 SEF
A4 SEF
A5 SEF
B4 SEF
B5 SEF
DLT SEF
LG SEF
LT SEF
HLT SEF
Others
Jam Paper size
Displays the number of jams according to the paper
size.
[0 to 9999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
A5 LEF
HLT LEF
A4 SEF
A5 SEF
B5 SEF
LG SEF
LT SEF
HLT SEF
Others
Displays the number of jams according to the paper
size.
[0 to 9999 / 0 / 1 sheet/step]
7801
G091
G112
G113
7803 1
7803 2
7803 3
ROM version display
Displays the firmware version (system, engine, and duplex).
7803
PM Counter
Displays the PM counter. This is not a page counter. It estimates the page
count using the engine rotation cycle count. It counts up one page when the
engine has made the average number of rotations that is required for one
page of a three-page job.
Transfer roller
Paper feed roller
Fusing unit
7803 1
7803 2
7803 3
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System Version
Engine Version
Duplex Version
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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Service
Tables
7506
(G116)
7506 5
7506 6
7506 14
7506 38
7506 132
7506 133
7506 134
7506 141
7506 142
7506 160
7506 164
7506 166
7506 172
7506 255
7506
(G112/G11
3)
7506 6
7506 44
7506 133
7506 134
7506 142
7506 164
7506 166
7506 172
7506 255
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
7803 255
7804
7804 1
7804 2
7804 3
7804 255
Paper
This SP is controlled by the controller. This counter is a page counter, so the
results can be different from SP7803 1-3 (SP7803 1-3 are controlled by the
engine and are not page counters; see above). When meter charge mode is
on (the technician does PM), use this SP mode with the NRS to check when it
is time to do PM.
PM counter reset
Resets the PM counter.
Important: If a technician replaces the PM items, reset this counter after
replacing these items.
Transfer roller
Paper feed roller
Fusing unit
Paper
7807
7807 1
[SC/ Jam Clear] SC/ Jam Counter Clear
All Clear
Clears the all counters related to SC codes and
paper jams.
7832
Diag Result
Press # to display a list of error codes. Nothing is displayed if no errors have
occurred.
7836
7836 1
Total Memory Size
Shows the total storage size.
7901
7901 1
7901 2
7901 3
Assert Info DFU (Used for debugging.)
Assert Info
DFU
# of Lines
DFU
Location
DFU
7910
7910 1
7910 2
7910 13
7910 131
7910 150
7910 151
7910 152
7910 153
7910 154
7910 155
7910 156
7910 157
7910 158
Firmware PN
System
Engine
Duplex
Bluetooth
RPCS
PS
RPDL
R98
R16
RPGL
R55
RTIFF
PCL
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
7911
7911 1
7911 2
7911 13
7911 131
7911 150
7911 151
7911 152
7911 153
7911 154
7911 155
7911 156
7911 157
7911 158
7911 159
7911 160
7911 161
7911 162
7911 163
7911 180
7911 181
7911 182
7911 183
7911 200
7911 202
7911 204
7911 209
7911 210
7911 211
SM
PCLXL
MSIS
MSIS (option)
PDF
Bmlinks
Font
Font 1
Font 2
Font 3
Factory
Net File
Printer
Test Suite
MIB
Web System
Firmware version
Controller
Engine
Duplex
Bluetooth
RPCS
PS
RPDL
R98
R16
RPGL
R55
RTIFF
PCL
PCLXL
MSIS
MSIS (option)
PDF
Bmlinks
Font
Font 1
Font 2
Font 3
Factory
Net File
Printer
Test Suite
MIB
Web System
Service
Tables
7910 159
7910 160
7910 161
7910 162
7910 163
7910 180
7910 181
7910 182
7910 183
7910 200
7910 202
7910 204
7910 209
7910 210
7910 211
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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
7993
Total counter
Displays the engine total counter. It counts up for all prints, including service
reports.
SP8-xxx: Counters
8064
8064 7
P: 1-0-07
P: FIN Jobs
Others
8067
8067 7
O: 1-0-07
Others
O: FIN Jobs
8381
T: 2-2-01
T:AplOut/PGS
The number of sheets that the application
program tries to print (excluding the pages
printed in the SP mode)
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
P: 2-2-01
P:AplOut/PGS
The number of sheets that the application
program tries to print (excluding the pages
printed in the SP mode)
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
O: 2-2-01
O:AplOut/PGS
The number of sheets that the application
program tries to print (excluding the pages
printed in the SP mode)
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
T: 2-2-01
LrgSize Out/PGS
The number of sheets printed on A3/DLT and
larger sizes
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
8381 1
8384
8284 1
8387
8387 1
8391
8391 1
8411
A2
T: 2-2-04
DupOut/Sheets
The number of sheets used in duplex printing
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
8411 1
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
8421 1
8421 4
8421 5
8421 6
8421 7
8421 8
8421 9
8421 10
8421 11
8421 12
8421 13
8424
8424 1
8424 4
8424 5
8424 6
8424 7
8424 8
8424 9
8424 10
8424 11
8424 12
8424 13
8427
8427 1
8427 4
8427 5
8427 6
8427 7
8427 8
8427 9
8427 10
8427 11
8427 12
8427 13
SM
T: 2-2-05
Mechanical Counter by
Print Mode
Simplex> Duplex
Simplex Combine
Duplex Combine
2>
4>
6>
8>
9>
16>
Booklet
Magazine
P: 2-2-05
Controller Counter by
Print Mode
Simplex>Duplex
Simplex Combine
Duplex Combine
2>
4>
6>
8>
9>
16>
Booklet
Magazine
O: 2-2-05
Others by Print Mode
Simplex> Duplex
Simplex Combine
Duplex Combine
2>
4>
6>
8>
9>
16>
Booklet
Magazine
T:Dup nUp Out/PGS
The number of sheets used in binding and
combining
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Counts pages
Combine pages
Combine pages
Combines 2 in 1
Combines 4 in 1
Combines 6 in 1
Combines 8 in 1
Combines 9 in 1
Combines 16 in 1
Prints a book
Prints a magazine
P:Dup nUp Out/PGS
The number of sheets used in binding and
combining
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Counts pages
Counts pages
Counts pages
Combine pages
Combine pages
Combines 2 in 1
Combines 4 in 1
Combines 6 in 1
Combines 16 in 1
Prints a book
Prints a magazine
O:Dup nUp Out/PGS
The number of sheets used in binding and
combining
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Counts pages
Combine pages
Combine pages
Combines 2 in 1
Combines 4 in 1
Combines 6 in 1
Combines 8 in 1
Combines 9 in 1
Combines 16 in 1
Prints a book
Prints a magazine
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Service
Tables
8421
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
8441
8441 1
8441 2
8441 3
844 1 4
8441 5
8441 6
8441 7
8441 8
8441 9
8441 10
8441 254
8441 255
8444
8444 1
8444 2
8444 3
8444 4
8444 5
8444 6
8444 7
8444 8
8444 9
8444 10
8444 254
8444 255
8447
8447 1
8447 2
8447 3
8447 4
8447 5
8447 6
8447 7
8447 8
8447 9
8447 10
T: 2-2-07
Mechanical Total Counter
by Page Size
T:Copy Size/PGS
The number of sheets of a specific paper size
that the application program uses
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
A3
A4
A5
B4
B5
DLT
LG
LT
HLT
12 x 18/ 13 x 19
Others: Fixed
Others: Custom
P: 2-2-07
Controller Count by Page
Size
P:Copy Size/PGS
The number of sheets of a specific paper size
that the application program uses
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
A3
A4
A5
B4
B5
DLT
LG
LT
HLT
12 x 18/ 13 x 19
Others: Fixed
Others: Custom
O: 2-2-07
Others Count by Page
Size
O:Copy Size/PGS
The number of sheets of a specific paper size
that the application program uses
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
A3
A4
A5
B4
B5
DLT
LG
LT
HLT
12 x 18/ 13 x 19
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
8451
8451 1
8451 2
8451 3
8451 4
8451 5
8451 6
8451 7
8451 8
8451 0
8461
8461 1
8461 2
8461 3
8461 4
8461 5
8461 6
8461 7
8461 8
8464
8464 1
8464 2
8464 3
8464 4
8464 5
8464 6
8464 7
8464 8
8521
8521 7
SM
Others: Fixed
Others: Custom
2-2-08
Counter by Tray
Feed Tray Sheets
The number of sheets fed from a specific tray
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Bypass Tray
Standard Tray
1st optional tray
2nd optional tray
Not used in this machine
Not used in this machine
Not used in this machine
Not used in this machine
Not used in this machine
T: 2-2-09
Counter by Paper Type
T:Paper Type
The number of sheets of specific paper types
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Normal
Recycled
Special
Thick
Normal (Front)
Thick (Back)
OHP
Other
Service
Tables
8447 254
8447 255
P: 2-2-09
Controller Counter by
Paper Type
Normal
Recycled
Special
Thick
Normal (Front)
Thick (Back)
OHP
Other
T:Paper Type
The number of sheets of specific paper types
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
T: 2-2-15
Total Edit by Print Mode
T:FIN Proc/PGS
The number of pages processed by the finisher
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Not used in this machine
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G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
PRINTER ENGINE SERVICE MODE [ALL MODELS]
8524
8524 1-6
8524 7
8581
8581 1
8591
8591 1
8591 2
8591 3
8771
8771 1
8801
8801 1
8941
8941 1
8941 2
8941 3
8941 4
8941 5
8941 6
8941 7
8941 8
8941 9
P: 2-2-15
Total Controller Edit by
Print Mode
Not used in this machine
Others
P:FIN Proc/PGS
The number of pages processed by the finisher
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
T: Admin Counter
Total Counter
Total
The number of outputs in a specific color mode
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Not used in this machine
O: 2-2-23
Total Counter
O:Admin Counter
The number of A3/DLT, duplex printing, or
staples
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
A3/DLT
Duplex Counter
Not used in this machine
3-0-01
Total Development
Counter
Not used in this machine
DevelCnt/PGS
The number of rotations of the development
rollers
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Total
3-0-05
Toner Counter
Toner Remain
The percentage of the remaining toner
[0~100/ 0 / 1]
Bk
3-6-01
Checks the Machine
Status
MachStatus Time
The amount of time the machine spends in a
specific mode
[0~9999999/ 0 / 1]
Operation time
Stand-by time
Energy Saver time
Sleep mode
Off mode time
Downtime/SC
Downtime/Printer Jam
Downtime/Scn Jam
Downtime/Toner End
SP9-xxx: Counters
All level nine SP Modes are either DFU, or, not used in this machine.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
5.4 UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
CAUTION
Do not turn off the machine while downloading the firmware.
5.4.1 CONTROLLER FIRMWARE [G091/G094/G095/G112]
NOTE: 1) Turn the machine off before starting the firmware update procedure.
2) Controller/NIB firmware includes the following firmware types:
* Card 0: Platform & Rescue
* Card 1: Printer
* Card 2: Web Support
Use the cards in numerical order starting from card 0, then card 1 and
then card 2
1. Prepare a card that contains the required
firmware.
2. Turn off the power and remove the cover
[A] (1 screw).
3. Insert the card [B] into the card slot [C]
and turn on the power.
[C]
Service
Tables
4. Push the “Online Key” when “Platform
and Rescue” is displayed (in the case of
card 0).
NOTE: Card 1 will display “Printer” and
card 2 will display “Web Support”.
5. The firmware download is finished when
“Updated” is displayed.
[A]
6. After the firmware download has finished,
turn off the power and remove the card.
[B]
G094S510.WMF
7. Repeat step 3 to 6 for the remaining firmware cards.
8. After the firmware download has finished, turn off the power and remove the
card. Then replace the cover [A].
9. Turn on the power, and print the service summary report to confirm that the
new firmware version has been installed.
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UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
Rev. 09/2005
5.4.2 ENGINE FIRMWARE [G091/G094/G095/G112]
NOTE: There is only one Engine Firmware card.
1. Prepare a card that contains the required firmware.
2. Turn off the power and remove the cover [A] (1 screw).
3. Insert the card [B] into the card slot [C].
4. Open the front door and then turn on the power.
NOTE: Opening the front door during the engine firmware procedure prevents
overheating in the fusing unit.
5. Push the “Online Key” when “Engine” is displayed.
6. The firmware download is finished when “Updated” is displayed.
7. After the firmware download has finished, turn off the power and remove the
card.
8. Close the front door and then replace the cover [A].
9. Turn on the power, and print the service summary report to confirm that the
new firmware version has been installed.
5.4.3 TYPE OF FIRMWARE
⇒[G113/G116]
G113/G116 models use an SD card to update the firmware. The table below lists
the programs used by the machine. All programs can fit on to one SD card.
Type of firmware
1
2
3
4
5
⇒ [G112]
Engine - Main
System
Printer Application
Network support
Web support
Location of
firmware
Printer engine control
SD card
Printer system management SD card
Feature application
SD card
Network application
SD card
Web service application
SD card
Function
Message shown
Engine
Onboard SYS
Onboard Prt
Network support
Web support
An IC card is used to update the firmware on the G112.
The Controller/NIB firmware includes three types of firmware:
* Card 0: Platform & Rescue
* Card 1: Printer
* Card 2: Web Support
Use the cards in numerical order starting from card 0, then card 1 and then
card 2.
There is only one Engine Firmware card.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
Rev. 09/2005
⇒5.4.4
PRECAUTIONS [G113/G116]
Handling SD Cards
Observe these precautions when you handle SD cards:
• Turn off the main power switch before you insert or remove an SD card. Data in
the SD card can get corrupted if you insert or remove an SD card while the main
power switch is on.
• Do not turn off the main power switch during downloading.
• Keep SD cards in a safe location. Do not store SD cards in these locations:
• Locations that get high temperature, high humidity, direct sunlight, or strong
vibration.
• Locations where there are effects from magnetic forces
• Do not bend or scratch SD cards.
• Do not drop SD cards or expose them to shock or vibration.
Upload or Download
In this section “upload” and “download” have these meanings:
• Upload: To copy data from the printer to the SD card
• Download: To copy data from the SD card to the printer
Network Connection
⇒5.4.5
Service
Tables
Before you start, tell the user that they cannot use the printer during firmware
update, and that they must disconnect the printer physically from the network. If a
print job comes in, this can cause problems with the firmware update.
MACHINE FIRMWARE [G113/G116]
NOTE: 1) Turn the machine off before you start the firmware update procedure.
2) This procedure will let you upgrade all programs for this machine.
1. Prepare a card that contains the
required firmware.
2. Turn off the power and remove the
cover [A] (1 screw).
3. Insert the card into the upper card slot
[B] (slot 1).
[B]
4. Turn ON the power.
NOTE: It takes about 30 seconds before
you will see anything on the
operation panel. “Onboard Sys”
shows after 30 seconds.
5. Scroll to the program you want to
upgrade (Example; Engine). Then
press “enter”
[A]
G116S510.WMF
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ERROR RECOVERY [ALL MODELS]
Rev. 09/2005
6. Press the “online” button to start the upgrade procedure.
NOTE: It takes about 90 seconds to complete the upgrade procedure. Power
on/off shows when the upgrade procedure has completed.
7. Turn OFF the power. Then remove the SD card from the slot.
8. Turn ON the power.
NOTE: 1) Do the procedure again if you want to upgrade a different program.
2) The firmware is not upgraded successfully if “Turn power on/off” does
not show on the operation panel after the sixth step. At this time, turn off
the machine. Then do steps 1-6 again.
5.5 ERROR RECOVERY [ALL MODELS]
Controller
If an error occurs during updating the controller firmware, use the following
procedure. This procedure will force the controller to boot from the firmware card.
3. Change the DIP Switch 2 - No. 1
setting to “ON”.
CN1
4. Put back the controller
Engine Board
Controller Board
NIB
5. Insert the card into the card slot on
the controller.
NOTE: When you see the
machine from the back,
the “A” side of the card
must face the right.
SW2
2. Turn OFF the machine and
remove the controller.
Parallel I/F
1. Prepare a card with the required
controller firmware version.
Bit 1
2
4
ON
OFF
6. Turn ON the machine. The
machine automatically starts to
download the software.
7. When downloading is finished, “Updated” is displayed.
8. Turn OFF the machine, then remove the card.
9. Reset the DIP Switch 2 - No.1 setting to “OFF” and then put back the controller.
NOTE: 1) You must perform steps 5 to 8 for all three firmware cards.
2) The default settings of the DIP Switches are all “OFF”.
10. Turn ON the machine, and print the service summary report.
Engine
If a download attempt failed, try downloading the new firmware again using the
normal firmware download procedure described in section 5.4.2.
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
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REMOTE FIRMWARE UPDATE (RFU) [ALL MODELS]
5.6 REMOTE FIRMWARE UPDATE (RFU) [ALL MODELS]
The G112 Series and G116 Series printers have the capability to receive Remote
Firmware Update (RFU) information. However, the process to perform this
procedure is being finalized.
When the RFU procedure has been finalized, update documentation for this
procedure will be cascaded.
NOTE: 3) Before you do the RFU procedure the machine must be in the Frame
Priority setting. This can be set in the memory priority function of the
system menu of the user tools. The reason for this is the Frame Priority
setting uses less of the installed system memory than the Font Priority
setting.
4) You cannot do the RFU if the machine is set to the Font Priority.
5.7 LOOP-BACK TEST [ALL MODELS]
This self-diagnostic test requires a loop-back connector (P/N: G0219350).
1. Turn off the machine and attach the loop-back connector to the parallel
interface.
3. The machine prints the diagnostic report automatically.
• To check the error codes, use engine SP mode 7832.
• Refer to section 4.2 for details about the error codes.
5.8 POWER-ON SELF TESTS [ALL MODELS]
The controller tests the following devices at power-on. If an error is detected, an
error code is stored in the controller board.
• CPU, ASIC and clock
• Flash ROM
• Resident and optional SDRAM
• Parallel interface
• NIB
• IEEE1394 interface (if installed)
• NVRAM
• Optional HDD (if installed)
• To check the error codes, use engine SP mode 7832.
• Refer to section 4.2 for details about the error codes.
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Service
Tables
2. Turn on the machine while pressing the “On Line” key and “# Enter” key
together.
USER PROGRAM MODES [ALL MODELS]
5.9 USER PROGRAM MODES [ALL MODELS]
Press the “Menu” button and use the “Up/Down arrow” keys to scroll through the
menu listing. To go back to a higher level, press the “Escape” key. After changing
the settings, press the “On Line” key. The user menu list can be printed using
“Menu List” in the “List/Test Print” user mode.
User Mode Tree
User Mode
Counter (Meter-charge mode must be switched on by the SP mode)
Sample Print (optional HDD required)
Locked Print (optional HDD required)
Paper Input
Bypass Size
Tray Paper Size
Paper Type
Tray Locking
Tray Priority
List/Test Print
Maintenance
NOTE: Due to firmware
changes and modelspecific information,
options within each User
Mode subset may vary
slightly. However, the
example on the right is
typical of the User
Modes on these models.
Image Density
Registration
Curl Prevention
HDD Format (optional HDD required)
WL. LAN Signal (Wireless LAN required)
WL. LAN Defaults (Wireless LAN required)
Key Repeat
Menu Protect
Paper Size Error
Print Error Report
System
Auto Continue
Memory Overflow
Copies
Printer Lang.
Sub Paper Size
Page Size
Edge to Edge Print
Def. Print Lang.
Duplex (optional duplex unit required)
Energy Saver
Memory Usage
Unit of Measure
Edge Smoothing
Toner Saving
Spool Printing
Letterhead Mode
RAM Disk
Notify by E-Mail
E-Mail Date
I/O Buffer
Host Interface
I/O Timeout
Network Setup (NIB required)
IEEE1394 Setup (IEEE1394 required)
IEEE802.11b Setup (Wireless LAN required)
USB Setting
Bluetooth
PCL Menu
Orientation
Form Lines
Font Source
Font Number
Point Size
Font Pitch
Symbol Set
Courier Font
Ext. A4 Width
Append CR to CF
Resolution
PS menu
Data Format
Resolution
PDF menu
PDF: Change PW
Resolution
Language
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DIP SWITCHES [ALL MODELS]
5.10 DIP SWITCHES [ALL MODELS]
Controller Board
DIP Switch 2 (Bit 1) on the controller is used for error recovery after a firmware
updating procedure failed.
CN1
Parallel I/F
NOTE: The default settings of the DIP Switches are all “OFF”.
Engine Board
Controller Board
Bit 1
2
3
4
ON
OFF
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SW2
NIB
NVRAM DATA UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD [G113/G116]
⇒5.11
Rev. 09/2005
NVRAM DATA UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD [G113/G116]
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch before you insert or remove an SD card.
Make sure that the controller and the EGB are correctly connected.
Uploading NVRAM Data
Copy the data from the NVRAM to an SD card (referred to as “to upload
NVRAM data” in this section) before you replace the NVRAM. If you cannot
upload NVRAM data, manually input the necessary settings after you replace
the NVRAM
1. Start the SP mode.
2. Select SP 5990 1 (ALL).
3. Do the SP.
4. See if the SMC Report is correctly output.
NOTE: You may need the SMC Report when the machine did
not complete an NVRAM data upload or download (
Downloading NVRAM Data) correctly.
[A]
5. Go out of the SP mode.
6. Turn OFF the main power switch.
7. Insert an SD card into the upper slot [A] (slot 1)
8. Turn ON the main power switch.
9. Start the SP mode.
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10. Select SP 5824 1 (NVRAM Upload).
11. Push the enter key. The upload starts.
NOTE: When uploading ends correctly, the following file is made:
• NVRAM\serial_number.NV where “NVRAM” is the folder name in the SD
card and “serial_number.NV” is the file name with the extension “.NV”. The
serial number of the printer is used as the file name. For example, if the serial
number is G1160017, the file name is “G1160017.NV”.
12. Go out of the SP mode.
13. Turn OFF the main power switch.
14. Remove the SD card.
15. Mark the SD card with, for example, the machine code. You need this SD card
when you download NVRAM data ( Downloading NVRAM Data).
NOTE: One SD card can store the NVRAM data from two or more machines.
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SD CARD APPLI MOVE [G113/G116]
Rev. 09/2005
Downloading NVRAM Data
Copy the data from the SD card to the NVRAM (referred to as “to download
NVRAM data” in this section) after you replace the NVRAM. If you cannot
download NVRAM data, manually input the necessary settings.
1. Make sure that the main power switch is OFF.
2. Make sure that you have the correct SD card that contains the
necessary NVRAM data.
3. Insert the SD card into the upper slot [A] (slot 1).
4. Turn ON the main power switch.
[A]
5. Start the SP mode.
6. Select SP 5825 1 (NVRAM Download).
7. Push the enter key. The download starts.
NOTE: The machine cannot do the download if the file name in
the SD card is different from the serial number of the
printer (Uploading NVRAM Data).
8. Go out of the SP mode.
9. Turn OFF the main power switch.
G116S511.WMF
10. Remove the SD card.
11. Turn ON the main power switch.
⇒5.12 SD CARD APPLI MOVE [G113/G116]
5.12.1 OVERVIEW
The service program “SD Card Appli Move” (SP 5873) lets you copy application
programs from an SD card to another SD card.
Use extreme caution when do the SD Card Appli Move procedure:
1. The authentication data is transferred with the application program from an SD
card to the other SD card. Authentication fails if you try to use the SD card after
you copy the application program from this card to another SD card.
2. Do not use an SD card if it has been used for some other work, for example, on
a computer. Normal operation is not guaranteed when such SD card is used.
3. Keep the SD card in the place (Note) after you copy the application program
from the card to another card. This is because:  The SD card can be the only
proof that the user is licensed to use the application program.  You may need
to check the SD card and its data to solve a problem in the future.
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12. Check that the NVRAM data is correctly downloaded.
SD CARD APPLI MOVE [G112/G113/G116]
5.12.2 MOVE EXEC
The menu “Move Exec” (SP 5873 1) lets you copy application programs from the
original SD card to another SD card. The application programs are copied from slot
1 [A] to slot 2 [B].
1. Turn off the main power switch.
2. Make sure that an SD card is in slot 1 [A]. The application program
is copied to SD card in slot 1 [A].
3. Insert the SD card (having stored the application program) to slot 2
[B]. The application program is copied from this SD card.
[A]
4. Turn on the main power switch.
5. Start the SP mode.
[B]
6. Select SP 5873 1 “Move Exec.”
7. Follow the messages shown on the operation panel.
8. Go out of the SP mode.
G116S511.WMF
9. Turn off the main power switch.
10. Remove the SD card from slot 2 [B].
11. Turn on the main power switch.
12. Check that the application programs run normally.
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5.12.3 UNDO EXEC
The menu “Undo Exec” (SP 5873 2) lets you copy back application programs from
an SD card to the original SD card. You can use this program when, for example,
you have mistakenly copied some programs by using Move Exec (SP 5873 1). The
application programs are copied from slot 1 [A] to slot 2 [B].
1. Turn off the main power switch.
2. Insert the original SD card in slot 2 [B]. The application program
is copied back to this card.
3. Make sure that the SD card (having stored the application
program) is in slot 2 [B]. The application program is copied back
from this SD card.
[A]
4. Turn on the main power switch.
5. Start the SP mode.
[B]
6. Select SP 5873 2 “Undo Exec.”
7. Follow the messages shown on the operation panel.
8. Go out of the SP mode.
9. Turn off the main power switch.
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10. Remove the SD card from slot 2 [B]
12. Check that the application programs run correctly.
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11. Turn on the main power switch.
DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
OVERVIEW
6. DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
6.1 OVERVIEW
Details that are machine specific are shown with the machine codes.
6.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT [ALL MODELS]
1
15
14
2
3
13
4
12
5
11
6
7
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8
9
1. Laser unit
9. Registration roller
2. Cartridge (AIO-type)
10. Transfer roller
3. Charge roller
11. Drum
4. Development roller
12. Pressure roller
5. By-pass feed tray
13. Hot roller
6. By-pass feed roller
14. Paper exit roller
7. Paper feed roller
15. Quenching lamp
8. Friction pad
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OVERVIEW
6.1.2 PAPER PATH [G112 SERIES]
[A]
[B]
G094D001.WMF
[A]: Optional duplex unit
[B]: Optional paper tray unit
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OVERVIEW
6.1.3 PAPER PATH [G116 SERIES]
[A]
[C]
[E]
[B]
[D]
G091D109.WMF
Optional four-bin mailbox
Optional paper tray units
Optional duplex unit
Optional one-bin shift tray unit
Standard Paper Tray Unit
Detailed
Descriptions
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
[E]:
G091D110.WMF
NOTE: If both optional paper tray units are installed, the envelope feeder must go
in the top tray.
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BOARD STRUCTURE
6.2 BOARD STRUCTURE
6.2.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM [G112 SERIES]
Standard
components
IEEE802.11b
IEEE 1284
NOTES 1,2
NIB
Standard
PCB
* 1,2
BlueTooth
NOTES 1,2
USB 2.0
Printer
Controller
Board
Optional
components
IEEE1394
Interface
NOTES 1,2
Memory
DIMM
NOTES 1,2
HDD
Motors
Polygon
Motor
LDDR
NOTES 1,2
Synch.
Detector
PCI Bus
Operation
Panel
(Laser Control Block)
Engine Board
PSU
Fusing Lamp
Power
Pack
ID Chip
(Cartridge)
Paper
Tray
Unit
(Upper)
Duplex
Unit
Clutches
Sensors
Thermistor
Paper
Tray
Unit
(Lower)
G094D523.WMF
NOTE: 1) The NIB is standard for the G113 and G095 models only.
2) On the G112 and G094, you cannot install the NIB, IEEE1394 option,
IEEE802.11b option and Bluetooth option at the same time. On the
G113 and G095, you cannot install the IEEE1394 option, IEEE802.11b
option and Bluetooth option at the same time.
The engine board controls all the mechanical components. The printer controller
board connects to the engine board through a PCI bus.
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Detailed
Descriptions
6.2.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM [G116 SERIES]
G091D910.WMF
The engine board controls all the mechanical components.
The printer controller board connects to the engine board through a PCI bus.
NOTE: 1) You cannot install the IEEE1394 option, IEEE802.11b option and
Bluetooth option at the same time.
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6.2.3 DESCRIPTIONS [ALL MODELS]
1. Engine Board
The engine board controls these functions:
• Engine sequence
• Machine and printer engine operation
• Timing for external options
• High voltage supply, laser, and fusing
• Sensors, motors, and solenoids
2. Printer Controller Board
The printer controller board controls these functions:
• Printer-to-host interface
• Operation panel interface
• Interfacing and control of the NIB, printer interface boards, and other
options (HDD and DRAM DIMM)
3. LDU
This controls the laser diodes.
4. Network Interface Board (NIB)
The network interface board connects the printer to a network. This component is
standard on the G113, G116, G095, and G091 Printer Controller Boards. The
G112 and G094 models do not have a NIB as a standard component.
5. HDD Unit (Option)
The HDD unit holds the data for these functions:
• More soft fonts
• Collation
• Locked print
• Sample print
• Downloading forms for form overlay
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6. Memory DIMM (Option: 64MB/128MB/256MB DRAM)
This gives more memory for printer processing, collation, and for soft fonts.
7. Operation Panel Board
Controls the display panel, the LED, and the key pad.
8. Standard interface boards
The machine has these built-in printer interfaces:
• G113, G116, G095, and G091: IEEE1284 (also known as Centronics or
parallel port), USB, Ethernet
• G112 and G094: IEEE1284 (also known as Centronics or parallel port), USB,
(Ethernet is an option.)
9. Optional interface boards
One of these optional printer interfaces can be installed:
• IEEE802.11b
• IEEE1394
• Bluetooth
• NIB Type 2610
Detailed
Descriptions
This option allows computers to connect to the printer with the interface.
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BOARD STRUCTURE
6.2.4 CONTROLLER BOARD [G112 SERIES]
3V DEVICE
5V BUS
ROM-DIMM I/F
FONT ROM
FLASH ROM
(CODE ROM)
I/O PORT
OPTION HDD
I/F
DEBUG I/F
ADDRESS
LVC16245
100/120/124 MHz
SFRAM
CLOCK
GENERATOR
33MHz
RA2K ROM-DIMM
HDD BOARD
48MHz
FRAM
3V BUS
SDROM
IC CARD I/F
5V DEVICE
SDROM-DIMM
OPTION
ASIC PICCOLO
DATA (LAD)
CPU
LVC16373
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
5V
RESET
3.3V
1.5V
PCI OPTION
I/F
PCI
5V
MII I/F
USB2.0
NIC I/F
NIC I/F
ENGINE I/F
3.3V
1.5V
1.8V
/RESIN
UTMI
IEEE1284 I/F
PCI OPTION
G113/G095 Only
USB2.0
I/F
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PICCOLO
CPU
RAM
ROM
NVRAM
HDD
The PICCOLO ASIC controls all the functions of the printer controller
board.
TX4955 300 MHz (G094/G095/G112); 372 MHz (G113)
Resident: 64 MB SDRAM (G094/G095/G112); 128 MHz SDRAM (G113)
Option: 1 slot SDRAM DIMM (64/128/256 MB)
Flash: 16 MB ROM (Emulation)
Mask: 4 MB (PCL/PS font)
Stores the controller settings
6 GB
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Detailed
Descriptions
6.2.5 CONTROLLER BOARD [G116 SERIES]
G091D909.WMF
PICCOLO
CPU
RAM
ROM
NVRAM
HDD
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The PICCOLO ASIC controls all the functions of the printer
controller board.
TX4955 300 Mhz (G091); 375 MHz (G116)
Resident: 64 MB SDRAM (G091); 128 MB SDRAM (G116)
Option: 1 slot SDRAM DIMM (64/128/256 MB)
Flash: 16 MB ROM (Emulation)
Mask: 4 MB (PCL/PS font)
Stores the controller settings
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PRINTING PROCESS
6.3 PRINTING PROCESS
6.3.1 OVERVIEW [ALL MODELS]
1
7
2
6
3
5
4
G094D525.WMF
1. Drum Charge:
The charge roller gives the drum a negative charge.
2. Laser Exposure:
A laser beam writes the print data on the drum.
3. Development:
The development roller moves toner to the latent image on the drum surface.
4. Image Transfer:
The transfer roller moves the toner from the drum to the paper.
5. Separation:
The separation plate helps to remove the paper from the drum.
6. Cleaning:
The cleaning blade removes remaining toner on the drum surface after the
image moved to the paper.
7. Quenching:
The light from the quenching lamp cancels the charge that stays on the drum.
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6.3.2 LASER EXPOSURE [ALL MODELS]
Overview
2
1
3
11
4
10
5
9
6
8
7
1. LD unit
7. Synchronization detector
2. Laser shutter
8. Toroidal lens
3. Shield glass
9. 1st mirror
4. Polygon mirror
10. 2nd mirror
5. F-Theta lens
11. Detector mirror
6. Drum
• Synchronization detector: The 1st mirror, 2nd mirror, and the detector mirror
reflect the beam from the LD unit to the synchronization detector.
• Two laser beams: The LD unit writes two lines at the same time.
• LD safety shutter: When the user opens the front cover, the shutter closes and
blocks the laser beam path.
• After you replace the LD unit, adjust its position (see Replacement and
Adjustment).
• The thermistor next to the laser unit (not shown) checks the temperature inside
the machine. The machine automatically corrects the charge roller and transfer
voltages for this temperature.
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Descriptions
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PRINTING PROCESS
Automatic Process Control (APC) [ALL MODELS]
Engine Board
+5VLD
LD Drive Board
PD
ALOFF
LD
APD
ALD
Data
GAVD
BLOFF
LD
Control IC
PD
LD
BPD
DROPEN
BLD
VREF
Regulator
G094D527.WMF
The LD control IC on the engine board automatically controls power for the laser
diodes. The laser diode power is adjusted in the factory.
NOTE: Do not touch the variable resistors on the LD unit in the field.
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LD Safety Mechanisms [ALL MODELS]
PSU
+24V
Engine Board
Front Cover SW
Rear Cover SW
LD Drive Board
Regulator
+5VLD
LD
Control IC
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Laser Safety Switch
If the user opens one of these covers, the +5VLD power to the laser diodes is
stopped.
[A]
Laser Shutter
The laser shutter [A] is for back-up safety. If
the laser safety switches fail, the +5VLD
power may reach the laser diodes if the
cover is open.
The laser shutter blocks the laser beam
when the front cover is open.
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Detailed
Descriptions
There are safety switches on the front and rear covers. These switches stop the
laser while the cover is open.
PRINTING PROCESS
6.3.3 CARTRIDGE OVERVIEW [ALL MODELS]
[I]
[J]
[A]
[B]
[C]
[H]
[G]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
[E]:
[F]
[E]
[F]:
[G]:
[H]:
[I]:
[J]:
Charge roller
Developer tank
Toner tank
Reverse roller
Development roller
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[D]
Drum
Drum shutter
Waste toner tank
Toner collection roller
Cleaning blade
This type of cartridge is known as an “All-in One” (AIO) cartridge.
NOTE: G091/G094/G095 Toner Cartridges can be used in the
G116/G112/G113 models.
6.3.4 DRUM CHARGE [ALL MODELS]
[B]
[A]: Charge roller
[B]: Cleaning pad
• The charge roller [A] gives the drum
surface a negative charge of
approximately –900 V.
• The cleaning pad [B] touches the
charge roller to clean the surface.
[A]
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6.3.5 DEVELOPMENT [ALL MODELS]
[A]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
[E]:
[F]:
[G]:
[H]:
Toner tank
Agitator
Pre-doctor blade
Development roller
Drum
Doctor blade
Reverse roller
Developer tank
[H]
[G]
[F]
[E]
[D]
[C]
[B]
G094D532.WMF
Toner Supply
The agitator [B] mixes toner and sends it to the development roller.
This machine uses a one-roller development system. The high voltage supply
applies -700V to the development roller.
When the user removes the developer seal, the developer falls and the magnetic
reverse roller [G] mixes the developer.
This machine does not use a TD sensor or ID sensor to control toner density. The
pre-doctor blade [C] and the doctor blade [F] control the toner density.
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Development Unit
PRINTING PROCESS
Toner Density Control
[A]
[A]
[B]
[B]
[C]
[C]
G094D533.WMF
More toner is fed when the toner
coating on the development roller
G094D534.WMF
Less toner is fed when the toner
coating on the development roller
[A]: Pre-doctor blade
[B]: Doctor blade
[C]: Circulation of developer
A mixture of toner and developer circulates at the pre-doctor blade [A].
When the toner on the development roller decreases, the circulating region [C] gets
smaller to let more toner get to the development roller.
When the toner on the development roller increases, the circulating region [C] gets
bigger to let less toner get to the development roller.
Development Bias
Print Data:
White
Black
Toner
GND
Laser Exposed Area
-140V
Developmemt Roller
-700V
Drum Surface Voltage
-900V
G094D535.WMF
Toner transfers from the development roller to the areas on the drum that were
exposed to the laser.
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Toner End Detection
[A]
[A]: Toner tank
[B]: Toner end sensor
The toner end sensor detects toner
near-end by the voltage output.
[B]
G094D536.WMF
Toner near-end
When the output from the toner end sensor is below a given level, the machine
displays “Low on Toner” to tell the user.
NOTE: To prevent waste toner tank overflow, you can make the machine stop
printing if the total number of prints per cartridge is more than 30k. To
make the machine stop, use engine SP 3923.
To adjust the 30k limit, use engine SP 3922.
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Detailed
Descriptions
Toner end
After toner near-end, the machine can print 200 more pages, and then it prevents
printing. At this time, “Replace Toner Cartridge” is displayed. The 200-page limit
can be changed with engine SP 2213.
The machine also displays “Replace Toner Cartridge” when the output from the
toner end sensor is below a given level.
PRINTING PROCESS
6.3.6 IMAGE TRANSFER AND PAPER SEPARATION [ALL
MODELS]
Overview
[B]
[A]
[C]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
[E]:
[F]:
Drum
Development roller
Transfer roller
Transfer roller
Separation plate
High voltage supply
G094D537.WMF
[F]
[E]
[D]
G094D538.WMF
This machine uses a transfer roller [C] to pull the toner from the drum [A] to the
paper. The high voltage supply [F] applies a positive current (+18µA) to the transfer
roller [C]. To adjust the current applied to the transfer roller [C], use engine SP
2301. The separation plate [E] helps to remove paper from the drum.
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PRINTING PROCESS
Transfer Roller Cleaning
After a paper jam or when the user sets the incorrect paper size, toner can transfer
to the rear side of printouts. To prevent this, the machine automatically cleans the
transfer roller before the next printing cycle.
During transfer roller cleaning, the high voltage supply applies a negative current
(–3µA) to the transfer roller.
The machine cleans the transfer roller in these conditions:
• At power on
• During fusing unit warm-up
• Immediately after a jam is removed
• When the front cover is opened and closed
• After a job which is 10 pages or larger
6.3.7 CLEANING [ALL MODELS]
[A]: Cleaning blade
[B]: Drum
[C]: Toner collection
roller
[D]: Waste toner
tank
[D]
[A]
[C]
[B]
The cleaning blade [A] removes toner that remains on the drum. The toner
collection roller [C] moves the toner to the waste toner tank.
There is no waste toner overflow detection. See "Toner End Detection" for more on
how to prevent waste tank overflow.
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Detailed
Descriptions
G094D539.WMF
PRINTING PROCESS
6.3.8 QUENCHING [ALL MODELS]
[A]: Quenching lamp
[B]: Drum
[A]
[B]
G094D540.WMF
Light from the quenching lamp [A] (LED) gets to the drum [B] through the opening
at the top of the cartridge.
6.3.9 ID CHIP AND INTERNAL THERMISTOR [ALL MODELS]
The cartridge contains an ID chip.
[C]
[A]: ID chip
[B]: Internal Thermistor
[C]: Cartridge
[A]
[B]
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
6.4 PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
6.4.1 OVERVIEW
1
2
3
8
4
9
7
G094D002.WMF
6
5
1. Registration Roller
5. Friction pad
2. Relay Roller
6. Feed roller
3. By-pass feed roller
7. Paper tray
4. By-pass friction pad
8. Paper end sensor
Detailed
Descriptions
9. Remaining paper sensors (1 and 2)
Paper Tray
Paper Feed System:
Paper Lift Mechanism:
Paper End Detection:
Paper Size Detection:
Tray Capacity:
Tray Extension:
Feed roller and friction pad
Tray arm and spring
Remaining paper sensors
Paper end sensor
Paper size switch
500 sheets
Available
By-pass Tray
Paper Feed System:
Paper Lift Mechanism:
Paper Detection:
Paper Size Detection:
Tray Capacity:
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Feed roller and friction pad
Cams and springs
By-pass tray paper sensor
None
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
6.4.2 PAPER TRAY [ALL MODELS]
[A]
Tray Extension
The user can extend the tray
manually to hold paper longer
than A4/Letter size.
To use longer paper:
• Release the two locks [A]
• Extend the tray and close the
locks.
The following paper sizes are
supported for use in this tray:
G094D003.WMF
Paper Sizes [G112 Series]
Tray Mode
Short (default)
Long
Possible Paper Sizes
A5 (LEF/SEF), B5 (SEF), A4 (SEF), LT (SEF)
LG (SEF), 8.5”x13” (SEF), 8”x13” (SEF), 8.25”x13” (SEF)
Paper Sizes [G116 Series]
Tray Mode
Short (default)
Long
Possible Paper Sizes
A5 (LEF), B5 (LEF/SEF), A4 (LEF/SEF), 10.5”x7.25” (LEF),
LT (LEF/SEF)
B4 (SEF), A3 (SEF), 8.5”x13” (SEF), 8”x13” (SEF), 8.25”x13” (SEF), LG
(SEF), DLT (SEF)
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
Paper Lift
[D]
When the user puts the tray [A]
in the machine, the bottom plate
[B] lifts as follows.
• The slopes on the guide
blocks [C] on the machine lift
the tray arms [D] up.
• The springs [E] between the
tray arms and bottom plates lift
the plate.
• The springs [E] keep the top
sheet of the paper at the
correct height.
[C]
[E]
[A]
[B]
Detailed
Descriptions
G094D004.WMF
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
Paper Feed and Registration
[H]
[B]
[D]
[A]
[F]
[E]
[G]
[C]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
G094D102.WMF
[E]:
[F]:
[G]:
[H]:
Feed roller
Registration roller
Paper feed clutch
Registration clutch
Friction pad
Registration sensor
Relay clutch
Relay roller
NOTE: 1) The friction pad cannot be adjusted.
2) The machine makes a paper buckle at the registration roller to correct
paper skew.
3) The paper buckle can be adjusted with engine SP 1003.
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
Paper Size Detection
[A]
[B]
G094D542.WMF
Detailed
Descriptions
[A]: Paper size switch
[B]: Paper size dial
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
Paper Size Detection [G112 Series]
SW
1
2
3


z

z
z
z

z

z
z
z

z

z
z
z


Size
A4 SEF
A5 SEF
B5 SEF
Custom Size
LG SEF
LT SEF
HLT SEF
: ON (Not pushed)
z: OFF (Pushed)
Paper Size Detection [G116 Series]
SW
Size
NA
Eur/Asia
DLT
A3
LG
A4 LEF
LT LEF
A4 SEF
LT SEF
A5 LEF
8.5”x13”
LT LEF
A4 LEF
LT SEF
∗
∗
1
2
3



z
z

z

z



z
z

z
z

z


: ON (Not pushed)
z: OFF (Pushed)
• The machine disables paper feed from a tray if it cannot detect the paper size.
This occurs when the paper size actuator is broken or no tray is installed.
• When the dial is at the “*” mark, the user can set the paper tray up for a wider
range of paper sizes with a User Tool (See Printer Reference Operation Manual,
“Paper Input menu – Tray Paper Size”).
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
Paper End Detection
• When there is no paper in the tray, the feeler [A] falls into the cutout in the
bottom plate, and the paper end sensor is activated.
[A]
Detailed
Descriptions
G094D543.WMF
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
Remaining Paper Detection
• Remaining paper is detected by the combination of the remaining paper sensor
signals. The signals from the sensors indicate whether there are 500, 450, 250,
or 50 sheets remaining.
•
[B]
[A]
G360D002.WMF
[A]: Remaining paper sensor 1
[B]: Remaining paper sensor 2
Amount of paper
1-50 sheets (10%)
51-250 sheets (50%)
251-450 sheets (90%)
451-500 sheets (100%)
Remaining paper
sensor 1
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Remaining paper
sensor 2
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF: Unblocked, ON: Blocked
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PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
6.4.3 BY-PASS TRAY [G091/G094/G095]
[D]
[E]
G094D103.WMF
[A]
[B]
[C]
[F]
• The by-pass paper sensor [A] detects when paper is placed on the tray.
• The CPU energizes the by-pass feed solenoid [B]. Then the by-pass feed roller
[C] starts to feed paper to the registration roller [D] through the relay roller [E].
• The by-pass feed roller shaft has two cams [F]. These cams release the bottom
plate to press the stack of paper against the feed roller.
• There is no width sensor.
NOTE: To prevent paper feed problems from too much friction between the feed
roller and friction pad, the feed roller contains a metal plate.
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Detailed
Descriptions
G094D101.WMF
PAPER FEED [ALL MODELS]
6.4.4 BY-PASS TRAY [G112/G113/G116]
[A]
G116D103.WMF
[E]
[F]
[B]
[D]
[C]
G116D101.WMF
The bypass paper sensor [A] detects when paper is put on the tray. The CPU
energizes the by-pass feed clutch [B]. Then the by-pass feed roller [D] starts to
feed paper to the registration roller [F] through the relay roller [E].
The by-pass feed roller shaft has two cams [C]. These cams release the bottom
plate to press the stack of paper against the feed roller.
NOTE: The feed roller has a metal plate to prevent bad effects from too much
friction between the feed roller and friction pad.
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IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
6.5 IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
6.5.1 OVERVIEW
1
2
10
3
9
4
8
5
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G094D503.WMF
1. Paper exit roller
6. Hot roller
2. Hot roller strippers
7. Fusing pressure roller
3. Thermostat
8. Pressure spring
4. Thermistor
9. Fusing exit roller
5. Fusing lamp
10. Paper exit sensor
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Detailed
Descriptions
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IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
6.5.2 FUSING DRIVE [ALL MODELS]
[A]
G094D504.WMF
The main motor [A] drives the fusing unit through a gear train.
6.5.3 FUSING ENTRANCE AND GUIDE SHAFT [ALL MODELS]
[B]
[A]
[B]
[B]
G094D545.WMF
NOTE: 1) The entrance guide [A] is adjustable for paper thickness to prevent
creasing.
2) If creasing occurs frequently in the fusing unit, remove all screws [B]
and slide the entrance guide to the right. Replace the two end screws
only. Do not replace the middle screw.
3) This procedure allows paper to have more direct access to the gap
between the hot roller and the pressure roller.
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IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
6.5.4 PRESSURE ROLLER [ALL MODELS]
[A]
G094D505.WMF
Detailed
Descriptions
• To change the applied pressure, adjust the position of the pressure springs [A].
The factory setting for the spring position is at the top (minimum pressure).
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IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
6.5.5 NEW FUSING UNIT DETECTION [ALL MODELS]
[A]
G094D546.WMF
There are two types of fusing unit: the Service unit, and the Maintenance Kit unit.
(NOTE: Only the fusing unit in the maintenance kit has the following detection
mechanism.)
In the maintenance kit fusing unit, the looped wire on the fusing unit connector
contains a fuse [A]. When power is switched on after installing a new fusing unit,
the engine board detects the fusing unit through the looped wire. However, the fuse
opens very shortly afterwards.
What happens next depends on the setting of engine SP mode 5930 (Meter
Charge):
If Meter Charge Mode is enabled
• After the technician replaces the fusing unit, the maintenance counter must be
reset with engine SP mode 7-804.
• 7-804-1: Transfer roller
• 7-804-2: Paper feed roller
• 7-804-3: Fusing unit).
• 7-804-255: Paper (G112/G113/G116)
If Meter Charge Mode is disabled (default setting)
• After the fusing unit has been replaced, the CPU detects the new unit and
automatically removes the “Replace Maintenance Kit” message. Then, the
maintenance counter resets automatically.
NOTE: The G091/G094/G095 and the G112/G113/G116 Maintenance Kits are not
interchangeable. Ensure you are using the correct kit for the model you are
servicing.
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IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
6.5.6 FUSING TEMPERATURE CONTROL [ALL MODELS]
(°C)
200
printing
168
standby
135 Ready to print
100
0
t
Main SW on
G094D547.WMF
When the main switch turns on, the CPU turns on the fusing lamp using the soft
start process. The lamp stays on until the thermistor detects the standby
temperature. Then the CPU maintains this temperature using on-off control. To
start printing, the CPU raises the temperature to the printing temperature.
The fusing temperature for each mode is as follows:
Condition
Ready to print
Standby mode
Printing
Tray
By-pass (Envelopes)
By-pass (Post Cards)
By-pass (Others)
Envelope Feeder
Thick Paper
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Temperature
Note
The machine can
start to print any
time.
G112 Series 135 °C
G116 Series
168 °C
Print start ~
2 minutes
170 °C
180 °C
185 °C
170 °C
180 °C
185 °C
138 °C
On-off control
2 min. ~
4 min.
165 °C
180 °C
185 °C
165 °C
180 °C
185 °C
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4 min ~
160 °C
180 °C
185 °C
160 °C
180 °C
185 °C
On-off control
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Detailed
Descriptions
NOTE: The soft start process prevents the room lights from flickering.
IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
Overheat Protection
• If the hot roller temperature becomes greater than 240 °C, the CPU cuts off the
power to the fusing lamp. At this time, SC543 will be generated.
• If the thermistor overheat protection fails, there is a thermostat in series with the
ground of the fusing lamp. If the temperature of the thermostat becomes greater
than 210 °C, the thermostat opens, removing power from the fusing lamp. At this
time, the machine stops operation.
6.5.7 PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
[B]
[A]
G094D601.WMF
[A]: Paper overflow detection sensor
[B]: Paper exit sensor
• When the paper overflow detection sensor [A] is activated, the machine detects
that the paper stack height has exceeded a certain limit and stops printing.
• The paper exit sensor [B] detects paper misfeeds.
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IMAGE FUSING AND PAPER EXIT [ALL MODELS]
6.5.8 ENERGY SAVER MODE [ALL MODELS]
When the machine has been idle for a specified period of time, it will automatically
enter the Energy Saver mode.
The Energy Saver mode feature reduces power consumption by turning off the
fusing lamp. However, the +24V, +12V, and +5V lines are still active within the
machine when in Energy Saver mode. This allows the machine to return to a
“ready” state in the minimum amount of time.
When Energy Saver mode is active, the message “Energy Saver Mode” is
displayed on the operation panel.
Entering Energy Saver Mode
The user specifies the idle time setting before Energy Saver mode will be
automatically activated. The following choices are available:
• Off (energy saver mode never activates)
• 5 minutes
• 15 minutes
• 30 minutes (default)
• 60 minutes
To change this setting, use the “System” menu in the User Program Modes menu.
See the Printer Reference guide, “Making Printer Settings with the Control Panel”,
or 5.7 in this manual.
The machine will automatically leave Energy Saver mode when one of the
following occurs:
• A print command is received from the PC
• Any cover is opened or closed
• Any operation panel keys are pressed
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Detailed
Descriptions
Exiting Energy Saver Mode
CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS [ALL MODELS]
6.6 CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS [ALL MODELS]
6.6.1 METER CHARGE MODE
Meter-charge Counter Display
When meter charge mode (engine SP 5930) is
Menu:
switched on, the meter-charge counter menu is the first
Counter
item shown on the user menu.
(The “Sample Print” menu appears first when the meter-charge mode is switched
off.)
NOTE: The default setting for this machine is meter-charge mode off.
The meter-charge counter is not the same as the PM counter. This is because, in
the following cases, the meter-charge counter does not count up.
• Blank rear side during duplex printing
• Blank page when using the “Cover Page” or “Two in One” features
• Service reports
NOTE: The meter-charge counter cannot be reset.
PM Warning Display
When meter charge mode (engine SP 5930) is switched on, “Replace Maintenance
Kit” will not be displayed at 90k prints.
Item
Meter-charge
counter
Meter-charge On
Shown as the first
item in the user menu
PM Warning
Not shown
PM
Service
PM Counter
Reset manually
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Meter-charge Off
Not shown
“Replace Maintenance
Kit” displayed at 90k
prints
Customer
Automatically reset
when the fusing unit is
replaced using the
maintenance kit
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Remarks
User menu
Printer engine
service mode “PM
counter”
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS (G091)
SPECIFICATIONS (G091)
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
The specifications in this section are for the G091 machine only.
Configuration
Paper size
Desktop
A3 / 11”x17” – A6 LEF
Technology
Laser beam scanning & Electro photographic printing
Dual component toner development AIO is used
300 dpi, 600 dpi, 1200 dpi
Yes (on, off)
32 ppm (A4/LT, LEF)
31.5 ppm from standard tray
27 ppm from first optional paper tray
23 ppm from second optional paper tray
6.5 seconds or less (A4/LT, LEF from standard tray)
Paper Tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
By-pass tray
52-162 g/m² (14-43 lb.)
Optional paper tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
Duplex
64-105 g/m² (17-28 lb.)
19 seconds or less from power on (23 °C, 73 °F)
12 seconds or less from energy saver mode
Standard tray
A3 / 11" x 17” – A5 LEF
By-pass tray
A3 / 11" x 17” – A6 SEF
By-pass tray-Custom size
148 x 432 mm, 90 x 305 mm,
paper
5.8” x 17”, 3.5" x 12",
Com#10, C5, C6, DL.
Monarch
Optional Envelope Feeder
Com#10, C5, C6, DL.
Monarch
Optional paper tray unit
A3 / 11" x 17” – B5 LEF
Up to 2 units can be installed.
500 sheets
Standard tray and Optional
paper trays
By-pass tray
100 sheets
First Print Speed
Copy Paper Weight
Warm-up Time
Paper Input Size
Paper Input Capacity
Optional Envelope feeder
60 envelopes
Output Capacity
250 sheets (Maximum 500 sheets)
Total Counter
Environmental Standard
Electric Counter
US version: Energy Star Tier1
EU version: BAM
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Specifications
Print Resolution
Smoothing
Continuous Print Speed
Duplex Print Speed
SPECIFICATIONS (G091)
2. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source
Power Consumption
North America
Power Consumption
Europe
Noise Emission
All Models
Sound Pressure Level
All Models
Weight
All Models
Dimensions
All Models
North America: 120 V, 60 Hz: More than 10 A
Europe: 220 V - 240 V, 50/60 Hz: More than 6.0 A
North America
Main Unit
Full system
(including NIB)
Maximum
850 W or less
920 W or less
Printing
610 W or less
650 W or less
Energy Saver
5.5 W or less
9.0 W or less
Europe
Main Unit
Full system
(including NIB)
Maximum
850 W or less
920 W or less
Printing
620 W or less
650 W or less
Energy Saver
6.5 W or less
10.5 W or less
Mainframe Only
Full System
Printing
67 dB or less
71 dB or less
Stand-by
40 dB or less
40 dB or less
Energy Saver
40 dB or less
40 dB or less
Printing
55dB or less (Operating position)
Energy Saver
30dB or less (Operating position)
19.5 Kg. 43 lb. (including Paper Tray and AIO)
Excluding standard tray
Including standard try
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478 x 410 x 343 (mm).
18.8 x 16.1 x 13.5 (inch)
478 x 437/575 x 343 (mm).
18.8 x 17.2 /22.6x 13.5 (inch)
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SPECIFICATIONS (G091)
3. CONTROLLER
CPU
Printer Languages
Resolution
Resident Fonts
Drivers
ROM
RAM
HDD
Interface
Firmware Update
Network Protocol
NRS
TX4955 300Mhz
RPCS, PCL6, PCL5e emulation, Adobe PS3 (genuine), Adobe PDF
RPCS
600/1200 dpi
PCL6
600/1200 dpi
PCL5e
300/600 dpi
PS3
600/1200 dpi
PCL
35 Intellifonts, 10 TrueType fonts, 1 bitmap font
PS
136 Type1 fonts
Font Manager and 31 additional fonts for PCL to be loaded to the PC,
Euro currency ok.
RPCS
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL6
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL5e
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PS3
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
Mac OS 8.6.0 or later, Mac OSX (10.1 or later)
Flash: 16 MB (Emulation)
Mask: 4MB (PCL/PS font)
Resident
64 MB SDRAM
Option
1 slot SDRAM DIMM (64/128/256 MB)
Option: Approximately 6 GB
USB2.0 (Win98, 2000, ME, XP, Server 2003)
Standard
Bi-directional IEEE1284
10/100 Base-TX
• IEEE1394, SCSI Print (Windows 2000 SP1 or later).
Optional
• IP over 1394 Windows Me, XP, Server 2003
• IEEE802.11b, 10/100 Base-TX, Bluetooth
Flash Memory card (3 cards)
RFU (Remote Firmware Update)
TCP/IP (including IPP), IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, Apple Talk
Supported
Specifications
NOTE: 1) One optional interface board can be added
2) 10/100Base-TX and IEEE802.11b cannot be connected at the same
time. Manual switch at the operation panel is required (user tool)
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SPECIFICATIONS (G091)
4. SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES
Paper
A3
B4
A4 SEF
A4 LEF
B5 SEF
B5 LEF
A5 SEF
A5 LEF
A6 SEF
Ledger
Legal
Letter SEF
Letter LEF
Half Letter SEF
Half Letter LEF
Executive SEF
Executive LEF
F
Foolscap
Folio
Com10 Env.
Monarch Env.
C6 Env.
C5 Env.
DL Env.
8K
16K SEF
16K LEF
Custom
Y:
Y#:
YC:
N:
Size (W x L)
297 x 420 mm
257 x 364 mm
210 x 297 mm
297 x 210 mm
182 x 257 mm
257 x 182 mm
148 x 210 mm
210 x 148 mm
105 x 148 mm
11 x 17”
8.5 x 14“
8.5 x 11”
11 x 8.5”
5.5 x 8.5”
8.5 x 5.5”
7.25 x 10.5”
10.5 x 7.25”
8 x 13”
8.5 x 13”
8.25 x 13”
4.125 x 9.5”
3.875 x 7.5”
114 x 162 mm
162 x 229 mm
110 x 220 mm
267 x 390 mm
195 x 267 mm
267 x 195 mm
Minimum:
90 x 148 mm
Maximum:
305 x 432 mm
Paper Trays
Main Unit/Option
US
Eur/Asia
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
# #
Y /Y
Y#/Y#
N
N
Y#/N
Y/N
N
N
Y/Y
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
N
N
N
N
N/Y#
N/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
# #
Y /Y
Y#/Y#
#
Y/Y
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
N/YC
N/YC
By-pass
Tray
Env.
Feeder
Duplex
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
YC
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
YC
N
N
Supported. The paper size sensor detects the paper size.
Supported. The user has to select the correct paper size for the tray.
Supported. The user has to enter the width and length of the paper.
Not supported.
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SPECIFICATIONS (G091)
5. OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS
LED
Color
Appearance
Off
Power
Data In
Green
Green
Flashing
Error
Red
Warming up
Power on and not in Energy Saver mode
Off
No data
Flashing
Off
Green
Power off or in Energy Saver mode
On
On
Online
Meaning
Data being received or processed or the printer is
spooling
Data being received or processed; more data
coming
Printer off-line
Flashing
Going off-line
On
Ready to print
Off
Specifications
On
No messages or error conditions requiring
attention
Printer requires service
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SPECIFICATIONS (G091)
6. EXTERNAL OPTIONS
Paper Feed Unit
(G555)
Envelope Feeder
(G556)
Duplex Unit
(G552)
4-Bin Mailbox
(G553)
1-Bin Shift Tray
(G554)
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
Envelope size
Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
A3/ 11" x 17”-B5 LEF
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
Maximum 500 sheets
468 x 410/545 x 130 mm
18.4" x 19.7"/21.5" x 5.1"
6 kg, 13.2 lb.
Com#10, C5, C6, DL, Monarch
Maximum 60
468 x 410 x 127 mm
18.4" x 16.1" x 5"
Weight
2 kg, 4.4 lb
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
Paper Size
Paper Stack
Paper Weight
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
Paper Size
Paper Stack
Paper Weight
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
A3/ 11" x 17”-A5 LEF
64 – 105g/m², 18 – 28 lb.
419 x 378 x 257 mm
16.5" x 14.9" x 10.1"
6 kg, 13.2 lb.
A3/ 11" x 17”-A5 LEF
50 sheets / bin (80g/m2)
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
465 x 395 x 285 mm
18.3" x 15.6" x 11.2"
5.5 kg, 12.1 lb.
A3/ 11" x 17”-A5 LEF
250 sheets / bin (80g/m2)
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
465 x 395 x 160 mm
13.3" x 15.6" x 6.3"
3.5 kg, 7.7 lb..
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7. SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES
The printer drivers and utility software are provided on one CD-ROM. An auto-run
installer allows you to select which components to install.
7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS
Printer
Language
PCL 6
PCL 5e
PS3
RPCS
Windows
95/98/ME
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
NT4.0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
2000
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
XP
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Server
2003
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Macintosh
No
No
Yes
No
Specifications
NOTE: 1) The printer drivers for Windows NT 4.0 are only for the Intel x86
platform. There is no Windows NT 4.0 printer driver for the PowerPC,
Alpha, or MIPS platforms.
2) The PS3 drivers are all genuine AdobePS drivers, except for Windows
2000, which uses Microsoft PS. A PPD file for each operating system is
provided with the driver.
3) The PS3 driver for Macintosh supports Mac OS 7.6 or later versions.
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7.2 CD-ROM CONTENTS
7.2.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Contents
RPCS Driver
PCL6 Driver
PCL5e Driver
Windows
Macintosh
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
Font Manager
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
Language
Remarks
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
9 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 2000, XP
English only
–
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
English only
–
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Macintosh
Contents
Setup Guide
Printer
Reference
NIB Operating
Instructions
PS Supplement
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Language
English only
English only
English only
English only
English only
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7.2.2 EUROPEAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Contents
Language
RPCS Driver
14 languages
PCL6 Driver
14 languages
PCL5e Driver
14 languages
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
9 languages
Font Manager
English only
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
Macintosh
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
14 languages
14 languages
English only
English only
Remarks
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 2000, XP
–
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
–
English only
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Environment
Language
Remarks
14 languages Prepared by RE as paper manual
14 languages
–
14 languages
–
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
PS Supplement
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norway, Denmark
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
8 languages Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Specifications
Windows
Macintosh
Contents
Setup Guide
Printer Reference
NIC Operating
Instructions
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8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS
[D]
[C]
[B]
[A]
[E]
[F]
G091V107.WMF
Item
Main Unit
Optional Units
Duplex Unit
Machine Code
G091
No.
A
Remarks
The NIB is standard for this model.
G552
B
Paper Tray Unit
G555
E, F
Envelope Feeder
G556
E
Four-Bin Mailbox
One-Bin Shift Tray
G553
G554
C
D
Also used with G073/G074
Up to two tray units can be
installed.
If both optional paper trays are
installed, the envelope feeder must
go in the top tray.
Also used with G073/G074
Also used with G073/G074
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8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS
[A]
[B]
[C]
[D]
[E]
Internal Options
IEEE1394 I/F Board
IEEE802.11b
Bluetooth
HDD
Memory 64 MB
Memory 128 MB
Memory 256 MB
Barcode Font DIMM
Others
AIO Cartridge
Maintenance Kit
G336
G373
G354
G575
G330
G331
G332
G627
C
A
B
E
D
D
D
G795
G770
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model B079/B082
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
NOTE: This model has an on-board Ethernet interface.
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SPECIFICATIONS (G094/G095)
SPECIFICATIONS (G094/G095)
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
The specifications in this section are for the G094/G095 machines only.
Configuration
Paper size
Technology
Print Resolution
Smoothing
Continuous Print Speed
Duplex Print Speed
First Print Speed
Copy Paper Weight
Warm-up Time
Paper Input Size
Paper Input Capacity
Output Capacity
Total Counter
Environmental Standard
Desktop
Legal SEF – A6 SEF
Laser beam scanning & Electro photographic printing
Dual component toner development AIO is used
300 dpi, 600 dpi, 1200 dpi
Yes (on, off)
25 ppm (A4), 26 ppm (LT)
25 ppm (A4), 26 ppm (LT) from standard tray
21 ppm (A4), 22 ppm (LT) from first optional paper tray
18 ppm (A4), 19 ppm (LT) from second optional paper tray
7.5 seconds or less (A4-SEF from standard tray)
Paper Tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
By-pass tray
60-162 g/m² (16-43 lb.)
Optional paper tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
Duplex
64-105 g/m² (17-28 lb.)
19 seconds or less from power on (23 °C, 73 °F)
12 seconds or less from energy saver mode
Standard Tray
LG – A5 LEF
By-pass Tray
LG – A6 SEF
By-pass Tray – Custom
Length: 139.7 – 432 mm (5.5”-17”),
size paper
Width: 90 – 216 mm (3.5”-8.5”),
Com#10, C5, C6, DL. Monarch
Optional Envelope Feeder
Com#10, C5, C6, DL. Monarch
Optional Paper Tray unit Up LG – A5 SEF
to 2 units can be installed
Standard tray
500 sheets (80 g/m², 20 lb.)
By-pass tray
100sheets (80 g/m², 20 lb.) or 10
envelopes
Optional paper tray unit
500 sheets (80 g/m², 20 lb.)
Up to 2 units can be
installed.
Optional Envelope feeder
60 envelopes
250 sheets
Electric Counter
US version: Energy Star Tier1
EU version: BAM specifications
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2. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source
Power Consumption
Noise Emission
Sound Pressure Level
Specifications
Weight
Dimensions
North America: 120 V, 60 Hz: More than 10 A
EU: 220 V - 240 V, 50/60 Hz: More than 6.0 A
120 V
230 V
Maximum
820 W or less
820 W or less
Printing
550 W or less
550 W or less
Energy Saver
7.5 W or less
7.5 W or less
Mainframe Only
Full System
Printing
63 dB or less
67 dB or less
Stand-by
39 dB or less
39 dB or less
Energy Saver
39 dB or less
39 dB or less
Printing
53dB or less (operating position)
Stand-by
29dB or less (operating position)
Energy Saver
29dB or less (operating position)
15.5 Kg (17.5 Kg with AIO) 34.1 lb. (38.5 lb. With AIO)
Excluding standard tray 388 x 410 x 345 (mm).
15.3 x 16.1 x 13.6 (inch)
Including standard try
388 x 450/509 x 345 (mm).
15.3 x 17.7/20.0 x 13.6 (inch)
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3. CONTROLLER
CPU
Printer Languages
Resolution
Resident Fonts
Drivers
ROM
RAM
HDD
Interface
Firmware Update
Network Protocol
NRS
TX4955 300 MHz
RPCS, PCL6, PCL5e emulation, Adobe PS3 (genuine), Adobe PDF
RPCS
600/1200 dpi
PCL6
600/1200 dpi
PCL5e
300/600 dpi
PS3
600/1200 dpi
PCL
35 Intellifonts, 10 TrueType fonts, 1 bitmap font
PS
136 Type1 fonts
Font Manager and 31 additional fonts for PCL to be loaded to the PC,
Euro currency ok.
RPCS
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL6
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL5e
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PS3
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
Mac OS 8.6.0 or later, Mac OSX (10.1 or later)
Flash: 16 MB (Emulation)
Mask: 4MB (PCL/PS font)
Resident
64 MB SDRAM
Option
1 slot SDRAM DIMM (64/128/256 MB)
Option: Approximately 6 GB
USB2.0 (Win98, 2000, ME, XP, Server 2003)
Standard
Bi-directional IEEE1284
10/100 Base-TX (G095 only)
• IEEE1394, SCSI Print (Windows 2000 SP1 or later).
Optional
• IP over 1394 Windows Me, XP, Server 2003
• IEEE802.11b, 10/100 Base-TX, Bluetooth
Flash Memory card (3 cards)
RFU (Remote Firmware Update)
TCP/IP (including IPP), IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, Apple Talk
Supported
NOTE: 1) One optional interface board can be added
2) 10/100Base-TX and IEEE802.11b cannot be connected at the same
time. Manual switch at the operation panel is required (user tool)
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4. SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES
A4
B5
A5
A5
B6
B6
A6
A6
Legal
Letter
Half
Letter
Half
Letter
Executive
F
Foolscap
Folio
Com10
Monarch
C6
C5
DL Env
16k
Custom
Direction
(Edge)
Paper Size
width x length
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Long Edge
Short Edge
Long Edge
Short Edge
Long Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
210 x 297 mm
182 x 257 mm
148 x 210 mm
210 x 148 mm
128 x 182 mm
182 x 128 mm
105 x 148 mm
148 x 105 mm
8.5 x 14 inch
8.5 x 11 inch
5.5 x 8.5 inch
Long Edge
8.5 x 5.5 inch
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Width (Bank)
Length (Bank)
Width (Bypass)
Length
(Bypass)
7.25 x 10.5 inch
8 x 13 inch
8.5 x 13 inch
8.25 x 13 inch
4.125 x 9.5 inch
3.875 x 7.5 inch
114 x 162 mm
162 x 229 mm
110 x 220 mm
195 x 267 mm
139.7-216.0 mm
160.0-356.0 mm
90.0-216.0 mm
139.7-432.0 mm
Main Unit /
Bank
NA
EU
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
*/N
*/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
Bypass
Tray
NA
EU
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
N
N
N
N
S
S
N
N
S
S
S
S
Env.
Duplex
Feeder
NA/EU NA/EU
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
D/D
D/D
S
S
N
Y
*/N
*/N
S
S
N
Y
N/*
*/*
*/*
*/*
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
*/*
*/*/-
N/*
*/*
*/*
*/*
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
*/*
*/*/-
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
N
N
N
N
S
S
S
S
S
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
-
-
S
S
N
N
D: Paper size is specified by using the dial.
*: Supported. The user has to select the correct paper size for the tray from the user
menu.
S: Paper size is entered at the operation panel.
N: Not supported
Y: Supported
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Paper
Name
SPECIFICATIONS (G094/G095)
5. OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS
LED
Color
Appearance
Off
Power
Data In
Green
Green
Flashing
Error
Warming up
Power on and not in Energy Saver mode
Off
No data
Flashing
Off
Green
Power off or in Energy Saver mode
On
On
Online
Meaning
Data being received or processed or the printer is
spooling
Data being received or processed; more data
coming
Printer off-line
Flashing
Going off-line
On
Ready to print
Red
Off
On
No messages or error conditions requiring
attention
Printer requires service
6. EXTERNAL OPTIONS
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
Envelope size
Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
A4 SEF – A5 SEF,
LG SEF-A5 SEF, Free size
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
Maximum 500 sheets
388 x 427/486 x 135 mm
15.3" x 17.3/19.5" x 5.3"
Less than 6 Kg, 13.2 lb.
Com#10, C5, C6, DL, Monarch
Maximum 60
359 x 427 x 101 mm
14.1" x 16.8" x 4.0"
Weight
Less than 6 Kg, 13.2 lb.
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
A4 SEF – A5 LEF
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
340 x 380 x 250 mm
13.4" x 15.0" x 9.8"
Less than 6 Kg, 13.2 lb.
Paper Size
Paper Feed Unit (Type 400)
(G360)
Envelope Feeder (Type 400)
(G362)
Duplex Unit (AD 450)
(G361)
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7. SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES
The printer drivers and utility software are provided on one CD-ROM. An auto-run
installer allows you to select which components to install.
7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS
Printer
Language
PCL 6
PCL 5e
PS3
RPCS
Windows
95/98/ME
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
NT4.0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
2000
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
XP
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Server
2003
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Macintosh
No
No
Yes
No
Specifications
NOTE: 1) The printer drivers for Windows NT 4.0 are only for the Intel x86
platform. There is no Windows NT 4.0 printer driver for the PowerPC,
Alpha, or MIPS platforms.
2) The PS3 drivers are all genuine AdobePS drivers, except for Windows
2000, which uses Microsoft PS. A PPD file for each operating system is
provided with the driver.
3) The PS3 driver for Macintosh supports Mac OS 7.6 or later versions.
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7.2 CD-ROM CONTENTS
7.2.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Contents
RPCS Driver
PCL6 Driver
PCL5e Driver
Windows
Macintosh
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
Font Manager
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
Language
Remarks
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
9 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 2000, XP
English only
–
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
English only
–
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Macintosh
Contents
Setup Guide
Printer
Reference
NIB Operating
Instructions
PS Supplement
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Language
English only
English only
English only
English only
English only
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–
–
–
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7.2.2 EUROPEAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Contents
Language
RPCS Driver
14 languages
PCL6 Driver
14 languages
PCL5e Driver
14 languages
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
9 languages
Font Manager
English only
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
Macintosh
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
14 languages
14 languages
English only
English only
Remarks
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 2000, XP
–
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
–
English only
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Environment
Language
Remarks
14 languages Prepared by RE as paper manual
14 languages
–
14 languages
–
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
PS Supplement
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norway, Denmark
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
8 languages Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Specifications
Windows
Macintosh
Contents
Setup Guide
Printer Reference
NIC Operating
Instructions
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8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS
[B]
[A]
[C]
[E]
[D]
G094V205.WMF
Item
Machine Code
No.
G094
G095
A
G361
B
Paper Tray Unit
G360
C, D
Envelope Feeder
G362
E
Main Unit
Optional Units
Duplex Unit
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Remarks
The NIB option is built into the
G095 model but not for the G094
model.
Up to two tray units can be
installed.
If both optional paper trays are
installed, the envelope feeder must
go in the top tray.
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SPECIFICATIONS (G094/G095)
Internal Options
NIB (10/100Base-TX)
(Standard for the
G095)
IEEE1394 I/F Board
IEEE802.11b
Bluetooth
HDD
Memory 64 MB
Memory 128 MB
Memory 256 MB
Barcode Font DIMM
Others
AIO Cartridge
Maintenance Kit
G646
C
Also used with model G073/G074
G336
G373
G354
G575
G330
G331
G332
G627
D
A
B
E
F
F
F
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model B079/B082
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
Also used with model G073/G074
G216
G830
NOTE: The user can install all of the above items.
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Specifications
8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS (G116)
SPECIFICATIONS (G116)
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
The specifications in this section are for the G116 machine only.
Configuration
Paper size
Desktop
Legal SEF – A6 SEF. A5 LEF not supported
Technology
Laser beam scanning & Electro photographic printing
Dual component toner development AIO is used
200/300/600/1200 dpi
Yes (on, off)
LEF A4 Mono 35 ppm
LT Mono 35 ppm
34 ppm from standard tray
34 ppm from first optional paper tray
33 ppm from second optional paper tray
6.5 seconds or less (A4/LT, LEF from standard tray)
Paper Tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
By-pass tray
52-162 g/m² (14-43 lb.)
Optional paper tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
Duplex
64-105 g/m² (17-28 lb.)
19 seconds or less from power on (23 °C, 73 °F)
12 seconds or less from energy saver mode
Standard tray
A3/DLT – A5
By-pass tray
A3/DLT – A6, Free size
By-pass tray-Custom size Length: 160 - 432 mm (5.8" - 17"),
paper
Width: 90 - 305 mm (3.5" - 12"),
Com#10, C5, C6, DL. Monarch
Optional Envelope Feeder Com#10, C5, C6, DL. Monarch
Optional paper tray unit
A3/DLT – A5
Up to 2 units can be
installed.
500 sheets (80 g/m², 20 lb.)
Standard tray and
Optional paper trays
By-pass tray
100 sheets (80 g/m², 20 lb.)
Print Resolution
Smoothing
Continuous Print Speed
Duplex Print Speed (A4LEF)
First Print Speed
Copy Paper Weight
Warm-up Time
Paper Input Size
Paper Input Capacity
Output Capacity (Face
down)
Total Counter
Environmental Standard
Energy Saver Mode
Optional Envelope feeder
60 envelopes
Maximum paper input
1600 sheets
250 sheets (Maximum 500 sheets)
Electric Counter
US version: Energy Star Tier 1
EU version: BAM specifications
Default 15 minutes
Selectable 1/5/15/30/45/60 minutes
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SPECIFICATIONS (G116)
2. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source
Power Consumption
North America
Power Consumption
Europe
Noise Emission
All Models
Sound Pressure Level
All Models
Weight
All Models
Dimensions
All Models
North America: 120 V, 60 Hz: More than 10 A
Europe: 220 V- 240 V, 50/60 Hz: More than 6.0 A
North America
Main Unit
Full system
(including NIB)
Maximum
850 W or less
920 W or less
Printing
610 W or less
650 W or less
Energy Saver
5.5 W or less
9.0 W or less
Europe
Main Unit
Full system
(including NIB)
Maximum
850 W or less
920 W or less
Printing
620 W or less
650 W or less
Energy Saver
6.5 W or less
10.5 W or less
Mainframe Only
Full System
Printing
67 dB or less
71 dB or less
Stand-by
40 dB or less
40 dB or less
Energy Saver
40 dB or less
40 dB or less
Printing
55dB or less (Operating position)
Energy Saver
30dB or less (Operating position)
20 Kg. 44 lb. (including Paper Tray and AIO)
Excluding standard tray
Specifications
Including standard tray
478 x 410 x 343 (mm).
18.8 x 16.1 x 13.5 (inch)
478 x 437/575 x 343 (mm).
18.8 x 17.2 /22.6x 13.5 (inch)
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3. CONTROLLER
CPU
Printer Languages
Resolution
Resident Fonts
Drivers
ROM
RAM
HDD
Interface
Firmware Update
Network Protocol
NRS
DESS
TX4955 372Mhz
RPCS, PCL6, PCL5e emulation, Adobe PS3 (genuine),
Standard
Adobe PDF
RPCS
600/1200 dpi
PCL6
600/1200 dpi
PCL5e
300/600 dpi
PS3
600/1200 dpi
PCL
35 Intellifonts, 10 TrueType fonts, 1 bitmap font
PS
136 Type1 fonts
Font Manager and 31 additional fonts for PCL to be loaded to the PC,
Euro currency ok.
Optional
OCR, Barcode
RPCS
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL6
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL5e
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PS3
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
Mac OS 8.6.0 or later, Mac OSX (10.1 or later)
Flash: 16 MB (Emulation)
Mask: 4MB (PCL/PS font)
Standard
128 MB SODIMM
Maximum
256 MB (Maximum 256 MB)
Option: 6 GB
• USB2.0 (Win98, 2000, ME, XP, Server 2003)
• NIC
Standard
• Bi-directional IEEE1284
• 10/100 Base-TX
• IEEE1394, SCSI Print (Windows 2000 SP1 or later).
Optional
• IP over 1394 Windows Me, XP, Server 2003
• IEEE802.11b, Bluetooth
SD card. One SD card holds all programs
RFU (Remote Firmware Update)
TCP/IP (including IPP), IPX/SPX, SMBI, Apple Talk
Supported
Supported
NOTE: 1) One optional interface board can be added
2) 10/100Base-TX and IEEE802.11b cannot be connected at the same
time. Manual switch at the operation panel is required (user tool)
3) The machine has a maximum memory capacity of 256 MB. You must
replace the 128 MB memory board with the 256 MB memory board if
you want to increase the machine memory.
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SPECIFICATIONS (G116)
Paper
A3
B4
A4 SEF
A4 LEF
B5 SEF
B5 LEF
A5 SEF
A5 LEF
A6 SEF
Ledger
Legal
Letter SEF
Letter LEF
Half Letter SEF
Half Letter LEF
Executive SEF
Executive LEF
F
Foolscap
Folio
Com10 Env.
Monarch Env.
C6 Env.
C5 Env.
DL Env.
8K
16K SEF
16K LEF
Custom
Y :
Y# :
YC :
N :
SM
Size (W x L)
297 x 420 mm
257 x 364 mm
210 x 297 mm
297 x 210 mm
182 x 257 mm
257 x 182 mm
148 x 210 mm
210 x 148 mm
105 x 148 mm
11 x 17"
8.5 x 14"
8.5 x 11"
11 x 8.5"
5.5 x 8.5"
8.5 x 5.5"
7.25 x 10.5"
10.5 x 7.25"
8 x 13"
8.5 x 13"
8.25 x 13”
4.125 x 9.5"
3.875 x 7.5"
114 x 162 mm
162 x 229 mm
110 x 220 mm
267 x 390 mm
195 x 267 mm
267 x 195 mm
Minimum:
90 x 148 mm
Maximum:
305 x 432 mm
Paper Trays
Main Unit/Option
US
Eur/Asia
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
# #
Y /Y
Y#/Y#
N
N
Y#/N
Y/N
N
N
Y/Y
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y#/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
Y/Y
N
N
N
N
N/Y#
N/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
# #
Y /Y
Y#/Y#
#
Y/Y
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
Y#/Y#
N/YC
N/YC
By-pass
Tray
Env.
Feeder
Duplex
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
YC
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
Y#
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
YC
N
N
Supported. The paper size sensor detects the paper size.
Supported. The user has to select the correct paper size for the tray.
Supported. The user has to enter the width and length of the paper.
Not supported.
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Specifications
4. SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES
SPECIFICATIONS (G116)
5. OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS
LED
Color
Appearance
Off
Power
Data In
Green
Green
Flashing
Error
Red
Warming up
Power on and not in Energy Saver mode
Off
No data
Flashing
Off
Green
Power off or in Energy Saver mode
On
On
Online
Meaning
Data being received or processed or the printer is
spooling
Data being received or processed; more data
coming
Printer off-line
Flashing
Going off-line
On
Ready to print
Off
On
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
No messages or error conditions requiring
attention
Printer requires service
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6. EXTERNAL OPTIONS
Paper Feed Unit
(G399)
Envelope Feeder
(G807)
A3/ 11" x 17"-B5 LEF
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
Maximum 500 sheets
468 x 410/545 x 130 mm
18.4" x 19.7"/21.5" x 5.1"
6 kg, 13.2 lb.
Com#10, C5, C6, DL, Monarch
Maximum 60
468 x 410 x 127 mm
18.4" x 16.1" x 5"
Weight
2 kg, 4.4 lb
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
A3/ 11" x 17"-A5 LEF
64 – 105g/m², 18 – 28 lb.
419 x 378 x 257 mm
16.5" x 14.9" x 10.1"
6 kg, 13.2 lb.
Specifications
Duplex Unit
(G806)
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
Envelope size
Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
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7. SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES
The printer drivers and utility software are provided on one CD-ROM. An auto-run
installer allows you to select which components to install.
7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS
Printer
Language
PCL 6
PCL 5e
PS3
RPCS
Windows
95/98/ME
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
NT4.0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
2000
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
XP
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Server
2003
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Macintosh
No
No
Yes
No
NOTE: 1) The printer drivers for Windows NT 4.0 are only for the Intel x86
platform. There is no Windows NT 4.0 printer driver for the PowerPC,
Alpha, or MIPS platforms.
2) The PS3 drivers are all genuine AdobePS drivers, except for Windows
2000, which uses Microsoft PS. A PPD file for each operating system is
provided with the driver.
3) The PS3 driver for Macintosh supports Mac OS 7.6 or later versions.
7.2 OPERATING SYSTEMS/NETWORKS
Operating
Systems/Network
Windows 95/98/NT4.0/2000/Me/XP/Server 2003
Netware 3.12, 3.2, 4.1, 4.11, 5.0, 5.1, 6
Unix (using Ricoh UNIX filter)
Mac OS 8.6-9.2x, OS X 10.1 or later
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7.3 CD-ROM CONTENTS
7.3.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Contents
RPCS Driver
PCL6 Driver
PCL5e Driver
Windows
Macintosh
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
Font Manager
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
Language
Remarks
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
9 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 2000, XP
English only
–
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
English only
–
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Windows
Macintosh
SM
Contents
Setup Guide
Printer
Reference
NIB Operating
Instructions
PS Supplement
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
Language
English only
English only
English only
English only
English only
Remarks
–
–
–
–
–
Specifications
Environment
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7.3.2 EUROPEAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Contents
Language
RPCS Driver
14 languages
PCL6 Driver
14 languages
PCL5e Driver
14 languages
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
9 languages
Font Manager
English only
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
Macintosh
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
14 languages
14 languages
English only
English only
Remarks
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 2000, XP
–
English, German, Spanish, French,
9 languages Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian,
Danish
English, German, Spanish, French,
9 languages Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian,
Danish
–
English only
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Macintosh
Contents
Setup Guide
Printer Reference
NIC Operating
Instructions
PS Supplement
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Language
Remarks
14 languages Prepared by RE as paper manual
14 languages
–
14 languages
–
English, German, Spanish, French,
9 languages Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Norway,
Denmark
English, German, Spanish, French,
8 languages
Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish
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8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS
[A]
[B]
[C]
[D]
G116V107.JPG
Machine Code
G116
No.
A
G806
B
Paper Tray Unit
G399
C, D
Envelope Feeder
G807
C
Remarks
The NIB is standard for this model.
Up to two tray units can be
installed.
If both optional paper trays are
installed, the envelope feeder must
go in the top tray.
Specifications
Item
Main Unit
Optional Units
Duplex Unit
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8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS
[A]
[C]
802.11b
PCMCIA Card
I/F Board
IEEE1394 Board
Bluetooth
I/F Board
[B]
CN2
CN5 (SLOT1)
Memory DIMM
CPU
Controller Board
[D]
CN4
ASIC
NVRAM
IC Card I/F
Parallel I/F
Ethernet I/F
CN1
USB I/F
[E]
HDD Unit
G116V900A.WMF
⇒
Item
Internal Options
IEEE1394 I/F Board
IEEE802.11b
Bluetooth Type C
DESS
HDD
Memory 256 MB
Barcode Font DIMM
Others
AIO Cartridge
Maintenance Kit
Machine Code
No.
G336
G813
G354
G880
G575
G332
G627
C
A
B
Also used with model G091
E
D
Also used with model G091
Also used with model G091
Also used with model G091
G795
G263
Remarks
Also used with model G091
NOTE: This model has an on-board Ethernet interface.
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SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)
SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
The specifications in this section are for the G112/G113 machines only.
Print Resolution
Smoothing
Continuous Print Speed
Duplex Print Speed (A4)
First Print Speed
Copy Paper Weight
Warm-up Time
Paper Input Size
Paper Input Capacity
Desktop
Legal SEF - A6SEF
Laser beam scanning & Electro photographic printing
Dual component toner development AIO is used
400 dpi, 600 dpi, 1200 dpi
Yes (on, off)
27 ppm (A4), 28 ppm (LT)
27 ppm from standard tray
23 ppm from first optional paper tray
20 ppm from second optional paper tray
7.5 seconds or less (A4-SEF from standard tray)
Paper Tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
By-pass tray
60-162 g/m² (16-43 lb.)
Optional paper tray
60-105 g/m² (16-28 lb.)
Duplex
64-105 g/m² (17-28 lb.)
19 seconds or less from power on (23 °C, 73 °F)
12 seconds or less from energy saver mode
Standard tray
LG – A5 LEF
By-pass tray
LG – A6 SEF
By-pass tray-Custom size
Length: 139.7 - 432 mm (5.5"- 17"),
paper
Width: 90 - 216 mm (3.5" - 8.5"),
Com#10, C5, C6, DL. Monarch
Optional Envelope Feeder Com#10, C5, C6, DL. Monarch
Optional paper tray unit
LG – A5 SEF
Up to 2 units can be
installed.
500 sheets (80 g/m², 20 lb.)
Standard tray and
Optional paper trays
By-pass tray
100 sheets (80 g/m², 20 lb.) or 10
envelopes
Optional Envelope feeder
60 envelopes
Output Capacity
250 sheets
Total Counter
Environmental Standard
Electric Counter
US version: Energy Star Tier 1
EU version: BAM specifications
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Specifications
Configuration
Paper size
Technology
SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)
2. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source
Power Consumption
Noise Emission
Sound Pressure Level
Weight
Dimensions
North America: 120 V, 60 Hz: More than 10 A
EU: 220 V - 240 V, 50/60 Hz: More than 6.0 A
120 V
230 V
Maximum
790 W or less
790 W or less
Printing
550 W or less
550 W or less
Energy Saver
4 W or less
4 W or less
Mainframe Only
Full System
Printing
63 dB or less
67 dB or less
Stand-by
39 dB or less
39 dB or less
Energy Saver
39 dB or less
39 dB or less
Printing
53dB or less (operating position)
Stand-by
29dB or less (operating position)
Energy Saver
29dB or less (operating position)
15.0 Kg (33 lb.)
Excluding standard tray 388 x 410 x 345 (mm).
15.3 x 16.1 x 13.6 (inch)
Including standard tray 388 x 450/509 x 345 (mm).
15.3 x 17.7/20.0 x 13.6 (inch)
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3. CONTROLLER
CPU
Printer Languages
Resolution
Resident Fonts
Drivers
ROM
RAM
HDD
Interface
Firmware Update
Network Protocol
NRS
TMPR4955CFG 400 MHz
RPCS, PCL6, PCL5e emulation, Adobe PS3 (genuine), Adobe PDF
RPCS
600/1200 dpi
PCL6
600/1200 dpi
PCL5e
300/600 dpi
PS3
600/1200 dpi
PCL
35 Intellifonts, 10 TrueType fonts, 1 bitmap font
PS
136 Type1 fonts
Font Manager and 31 additional fonts for PCL to be loaded to the PC,
Euro currency ok.
RPCS
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL6
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PCL5e
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
PS3
Win95/98/Me, Win NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003
Mac OS 8.6.0 or later, Mac OSX (10.1 or later)
Flash: 24 MB (Emulation)
Mask: 8MB (PCL/PS font)
G112: 64 MB SDRAM
Standard
G113: 128 MB SDRAM
G112: 64/128/256 MB (Maximum 320 MB)
Optional
G113: 256 MB (Maximum 256 MB)
Option: Approximately 6 GB
USB2.0 (Win98, 2000, ME, XP, Server 2003)
Standard
Bi-directional IEEE1284
10/100 Base-TX (G113)
• IEEE1394, SCSI Print (Windows 2000 SP1 or later).
Optional
• IP over 1394 Windows Me, XP, Server 2003
• IEEE802.11b, 10/100 Base-TX (G112), Bluetooth
SD card (1 card)
RFU (Remote Firmware Update)
TCP/IP (including IPP), IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, Apple Talk
Supported
Specifications
NOTE: 1) One optional interface board can be added
2) 10/100Base-TX and IEEE802.11b cannot be connected at the same
time. Manual switch at the operation panel is required (user tool)
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4. SUPPORTED PAPER SIZES
Paper
Name
A4
B5
A5
A5
B6
B6
A6
A6
Legal
Letter
Half
Letter
Half
Letter
Executive
F
Foolscap
Folio
Com10
Monarch
C6
C5
DL Env
16k
Custom
Direction
(Edge)
Paper Size
width x length
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Long Edge
Short Edge
Long Edge
Short Edge
Long Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
210 x 297 mm
182 x 257 mm
148 x 210 mm
210 x 148 mm
128 x 182 mm
182 x 128 mm
105 x 148 mm
148 x 105 mm
8.5 x 14 inch
8.5 x 11 inch
5.5 x 8.5 inch
Long Edge
8.5 x 5.5 inch
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Short Edge
Width (Bank)
Length (Bank)
Width (Bypass)
Length (Bypass)
7.25 x 10.5 inch
8 x 13 inch
8.5 x 13 inch
8.25 x 13 inch
4.125 x 9.5 inch
3.875 x 7.5 inch
114 x 162 mm
162 x 229 mm
110 x 220 mm
195 x 267 mm
139.7-216.0 mm
160.0-356.0 mm
90.0-216.0 mm
139.7-432.0 mm
Main Unit /
Bank
NA
EU
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
*/N
*/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
D/D
D/D
D/D
D/D
Bypass
Tray
NA
EU
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
N
N
N
N
S
S
N
N
S
S
S
S
Env.
Duplex
Feeder
NA/EU NA/EU
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
D/D
D/D
S
S
N
Y
*/N
*/N
S
S
N
Y
N/*
*/*
*/*
*/*
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
*/*
*/*/-
N/*
*/*
*/*
*/*
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
*/*
*/*/-
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
N
N
N
N
S
S
S
S
S
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
D : Paper size is specified by using the dial.
* : Supported. The user has to select the correct paper size for the tray from the user
menu.
S : Paper size is entered at the operation panel.
N : Not supported
Y : Supported
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5. OPERATION PANEL LED SPECIFICATIONS
LED
Color
Appearance
Off
Power
Data In
Green
Green
Flashing
Error
Warming up
Power on and not in Energy Saver mode
Off
No data
Flashing
Off
Green
Power off or in Energy Saver mode
On
On
Online
Meaning
Data being received or processed or the printer is
spooling
Data being received or processed; more data
coming
Printer off-line
Flashing
Going off-line
On
Ready to print
Red
Off
On
No messages or error conditions requiring
attention
Printer requires service
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
Envelope size
Capacity
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
A4 SEF – A5 SEF,
LG SEF-A5 SEF, Free size
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
Maximum 500 sheets
388 x 427/486 x 135 mm
15.3" x 16.8/19.1" x 5.3"
Less than 6 Kg, 13.2 lb.
Com#10, C5, C6, DL, Monarch
Maximum 60
359 x 427 x 101 mm
14.1" x 16.8" x 4.0"
Weight
Less than 6 Kg, 13.2 lb.
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
A4 SEF – A5 LEF
60 – 105g/m², 16 – 28 lb.
340 x 380 x 250 mm
13.4" x 15.0" x 9.8"
Less than 6 Kg, 13.2 lb.
Paper Size
Paper Feed Unit (Type 400)
(G360)
Envelope Feeder (Type 400)
(G362)
Duplex Unit (AD 450)
(G361)
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Specifications
6. EXTERNAL OPTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)
7. SOFTWARE ACCESSORIES
The printer drivers and utility software are provided on one CD-ROM. An auto-run
installer allows you to select which components to install.
7.1 PRINTER DRIVERS
Printer
Language
PCL 6
PCL 5e
PS3
RPCS
Windows
95/98/ME
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
NT4.0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
2000
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
XP
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Server
2003
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Macintosh
No
No
Yes
No
NOTE: 1) The printer drivers for Windows NT 4.0 are only for the Intel x86
platform. There is no Windows NT 4.0 printer driver for the PowerPC,
Alpha, or MIPS platforms.
2) The PS3 drivers are all genuine AdobePS drivers, except for Windows
2000, which uses Microsoft PS. A PPD file for each operating system is
provided with the driver.
3) The PS3 driver for Macintosh supports Mac OS 7.6 or later versions.
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7.2 CD-ROM CONTENTS
7.2.1 NORTH AMERICAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Contents
RPCS Driver
PCL6 Driver
PCL5e Driver
Windows
Macintosh
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
Font Manager
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3
Printer Driver
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
Language
Remarks
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
9 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
14 languages Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
English only Windows 2000, XP
English only
–
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
9 languages English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
English only
–
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Windows
Macintosh
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Contents
Setup Guide
Printer
Reference
NIB Operating
Instructions
PS Supplement
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
Language
English only
English only
English only
English only
English only
Remarks
–
–
–
–
–
Specifications
Environment
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SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)
7.2.2 EUROPEAN VERSION
Utilities and Drivers CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Contents
Language
RPCS Driver
14 languages
PCL6 Driver
14 languages
PCL5e Driver
14 languages
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
9 languages
Font Manager
English only
SmartNetMonitor
(Client)
SmartNetMonitor
(Admin)
1394 UTILITY
README.TXT
Adobe PS3 Printer
Driver
Macintosh
PS Descriptions
Printer Utility for
Mac
14 languages
14 languages
English only
English only
Remarks
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP,
Server 2003
Windows 2000, XP
–
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
–
English only
Operating Instructions CD-ROM
Environment
Windows
Macintosh
Contents
Setup Guide
Printer Reference
NIC Operating
Instructions
Language
Remarks
14 languages Prepared by RE as paper manual
14 languages
–
14 languages
–
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
PS Supplement
9 languages Dutch, Swedish, Norway, Denmark
Adobe Acrobat
Reader
8 languages Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
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SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)
8. MACHINE CONFIGURATION
8.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS
[B]
[A]
[C]
[D]
[E]
G112V205.WMF
Item
Main Unit
Optional Units
Duplex Unit
Paper Tray Unit
Envelope Feeder
Machine Code
G112
G113
No.
G361
G360
B
C, D
G362
E
A
Remarks
The NIB option is built into the G113
model but not for the G112 model.
Up to two tray units can be installed.
If both optional paper trays are
installed, the envelope feeder must
go in the top tray.
Specifications
NOTE: The user can install all of the above items.
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SPECIFICATIONS (G112/G113)
Rev. 10/2006
8.2 INTERNAL OPTIONS
[A]
[C]
802.11b
PCMCIA Card
I/F Board
Optional NIB
Bluetooth
I/F Board
IEEE1394 Board
[D]
[B]
USB I/F
CN1
CN2
CN5 (SLOT1)
Memory DIMM
CPU
Controller Board
[E]
CN4
ASIC
NVRAM
IC Card I/F
Parallel I/F
Ethernet I/F
(Standard for G095 model)
[F]
HDD Unit
G112V206.WMF
⇒
Item
Internal Options
NIB (10/100Base-TX)
(Standard for G113)
IEEE1394 I/F Board
IEEE802.11b
Bluetooth Type C
HDD
DESS
Memory 64 MB
Memory 128 MB
Memory 256 MB
Barcode Font DIMM
Others
AIO Cartridge
Maintenance Kit
Machine Code
G646
G336
G813
G354
G575
G880
G330
G331
G332
G627
No.
C
Also used with model G094/G095
D
A
B
F
Also used with model G094/G095
E
E
E
Also used with model G095, G112 only
Also used with model G095, G112 only
Also used with model G094/G095
Also used with model G094/G095
G216
G263
G112/G113/G116/G094/G095/G091
Remarks
Also used with model G094/G095
Also used with model G094/G095
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PAPER TRAY UNIT
G360
ENVELOPE FEEDER
G362
PAPER TRAY UNIT B360/ENVELOPE
FEEDER B362
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
PAPER FEED UNIT...................................................................................... 1
PAPER FEED ROLLER................................................................................ 2
FRICTION PAD ............................................................................................ 2
PAPER FEED CLUTCH ............................................................................... 3
PAPER TRAY BOARD ................................................................................. 4
PAPER SIZE SWITCH ................................................................................. 4
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................... 5
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 5
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 5
ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ................................................... 6
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................ 7
2.2.1 PAPER FEED AND SEPARATION ..................................................... 7
2.2.2 PAPER LIFT ........................................................................................ 8
2.2.3 PAPER END DETECTION .................................................................. 8
2.2.4 REMAINING PAPER DETECTION...................................................... 9
2.2.5 PAPER SIZE DETECTION ................................................................ 10
2.3 PROTECTION FUSE.................................................................................. 11
3. ENVELOPE FEEDER.................................................................... 12
3.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION........................................................ 12
3.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT............................................ 12
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PAPER FEED UNIT
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
NOTE: This manual uses these symbols.
: C ring
: screw
: connector/harness
1.1 PAPER FEED UNIT
[A]
G360R001.WMF
Paper Tray
Unit G360
Envelope
Feeder G362
NOTE: Before removing the paper feed unit, turn the main unit over and remove all
screws indicated with an arrow.
• Remove the paper tray unit from the main unit.
• Pull out the paper tray.
[A]: Remove the paper feed unit ( x 10)
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PAPER FEED ROLLER
1.2 PAPER FEED ROLLER
[B]
[A]
G360R103.WMF
• Pull out the paper tray
[A]: Paper feed roller (move the lever [B] to the left)
1.3 FRICTION PAD
[A]
G360R102.WMF
• Pull out the paper tray
[B]: Friction pad
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PAPER FEED CLUTCH
1.4 PAPER FEED CLUTCH
[A]
[C]
[B]
[D]
Paper feed clutch ( x 1, 1 gear)
Paper feed gear ( x 1)
Motor bracket ( x 3,  x 2)
Motor (1 gear,  x 1)
Paper Tray
Unit G360
Envelope
Feeder G362
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
G360R003.WMF
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PAPER TRAY BOARD
1.5 PAPER TRAY BOARD
[A]
G360R002.WMF
[A]: Paper tray board (2 hooks,  x 2)
1.6 PAPER SIZE SWITCH
[A]
G360R004.WMF
[A]: Paper size switch (1 hook,  x 1)
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
1
G360D001.WMF
3
2
1. Paper feed roller
2. Friction pad
Paper Tray
Unit G360
Envelope
Feeder G362
3. Bottom plate
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.2 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
1
2
3
8
7
4
6
5
G360D005.WMF
1. Paper tray board
5. Paper feed sensor
2. Paper feed clutch
6. Paper end sensor
3. Paper size switch
7. Remaining paper sensor 1
4. Paper feed motor
8. Remaining paper sensor 2
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DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.1 PAPER FEED AND SEPARATION
[D]
[A]
[C]
[B]
G360D004.WMF
• The paper tray holds 500 sheets of paper
• The paper feed unit uses a feed roller and friction pad method
Paper feed roller
Friction pad
Pressure spring
Paper feed sensor
Paper Tray
Unit G360
Envelope
Feeder G362
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
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DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.2 PAPER LIFT
Paper lift is the same as for the main unit.
2.2.3 PAPER END DETECTION
• When the paper tray runs out of paper, the feeler [A] drops into the cutout in the
bottom plate to actuate the remaining paper sensor.
[A]
G360D103.WMF
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2.2.4 REMAINING PAPER DETECTION
[B]
[A]
G360D002.WMF
[A]: Remaining paper sensor 1
[B]: Remaining paper sensor 2
Amount of paper
Remaining Paper
Sensor 1
Remaining Paper
Sensor 2
0 sheets (0%)
50 sheets (10%)
250 sheets (50%)
450 sheets (90%)
500 sheets (100%)
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
Paper Tray
Unit G360
Envelope
Feeder G362
OFF: Unblocked, ON: Blocked
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DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.5 PAPER SIZE DETECTION
[A]
[B]
G360D003.WMF
[A]: Paper size switch
[B]: Paper size dial
SW
Size
A4 SEF
A5 SEF
B5 SEF
Custom Size
LG SEF
LT SEF
HLT SEF
1
2
3
!
!
"
!
"
"
"
!
"
!
"
"
"
!
"
!
"
"
"
!
!
!: ON (Not pushed)
": OFF (Pushed)
• The machine disables paper feed from a tray if the paper size cannot be
detected (if the paper size actuator is broken or no tray is installed)
• When the paper size dial is at the “*” mark, the paper tray can be set up to
accommodate one of a wider range of paper sizes by using a User Tool at the
machine’s operation panel (Paper Input menu – Tray Paper Size).
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PROTECTION FUSE
2.3 PROTECTION FUSE
Rating
DC50V/1.5A
Manufacturer
ROHM CO .,LTD
Type No.
ICP-N38
Paper Tray
Unit G360
Envelope
Feeder G362
Name
FU500
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
3. ENVELOPE FEEDER
3.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
3.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
• This optional unit is a tray that slides into the optional paper feed unit, replacing
the paper tray.
• If two optional trays have been installed, the envelope feeder must go into the
top tray.
• The layout is the same as the paper tray.
• The tray pushes down and locks the mechanism in place
• The paper size can be fixed using the end fence.
• The end fence prevents the envelopes from overflowing and spilling out of the
envelope unit.
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DUPLEX UNIT
G361
DUPLEX UNIT G361
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 1
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS ................................................................................... 1
1.2 DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS .............................................................. 2
1.3 INVERTER MOTOR ..................................................................................... 3
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................... 4
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 4
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 4
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT .................................................................................. 5
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................... 5
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................ 6
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION............................................................................ 6
Longer than A4 LEF/LT LEF .................................................................... 6
Length up to A4 LEF/LT LEF ................................................................... 7
2.2.2 FEED IN AND EXIT MECHANISM ...................................................... 8
Feeding paper into the duplex unit........................................................... 8
Inversion and exit..................................................................................... 8
2.3 PROTECTION FUSE.................................................................................... 9
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G361
EXTERIOR COVERS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
NOTE: This manual uses these symbols.
!: See or Refer to
: screw
: connector
: e-ring
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS
[B]
[A]
G361R001.WMF
G361R002.WMF
• Remove the duplex unit from the main
unit.
• Open the upper cover [A].
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
Upper cover ( x 2)
Right cover ( x 2)
Left cover ( x 1)
Front cover ( x 2)
[D]
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G361
Duplex Unit
G361
[C]
DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS
1.2 DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS
[F]
[D]
[C]
[B]
[A]
G361R003.WMF
G361R102.WMF
[F]
G361R005.WMF
• Front cover (!: Exterior covers)
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
[E]:
[F]:
G361
Duplex board bracket ( x 2)
Duplex board ( x 4, all connectors)
Inverter sensor ( x 1)
Entrance sensor ( x 1, 1 bracket)
Inverter gate solenoid ( x 2)
Exit sensor ( x 1)
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1.3 INVERTER MOTOR
[A]
G361D002.WMF
Duplex Unit
G361
[A]: Inverter motor (2 timing belts, 1 x , 1 gear)
NOTE: Remove the motor bracket before removing the inverter motor.
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
2
1
4
3
G361V101.WMF
5
6
1. Junction gate
2. Entrance sensor
3. Inverter rollers
4. Transport rollers
5. Transport sensor
6. Exit sensor
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT
[D]
[A]
[C]
[B]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
G361D003.WMF
G361D002.WMF
Transport motor
Transport rollers
Inverter motor
Inverter rollers
1
1. Entrance sensor
Duplex Unit
G361
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
7
2
2. Duplex board
3. Inverter motor
4. Junction gate solenoid
3
6
5. Inverter sensor
6. Exit sensor
4
7. Transport motor
5
G361D001.WMF
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DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION
Longer than A4 LEF/LT LEF
•
The duplex unit can store only one sheet of paper.
Example: 8 pages. The center number in the illustration shows the order of pages.
The number with the circle in the illustration shows the order of sheets of print
paper (if highlighted, this indicates the second side).
1
"
2
)
3
#
4
$
5
(
6
%
7
&
8
'
G361I500.WMF
G361D106.WMF
G361
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DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
Length up to A4 LEF/LT LEF
•
The duplex unit can store three sheets of paper.
Example: 8 pages. The center number in the illustration shows the order of pages.
The number with the circle in the illustration shows the order of sheets of print
paper (if highlighted, this indicates the second side).
1
"
3
#
5
(
2
)
7
&
4
$
6
%
8
*
Duplex Unit
G361
G361I501.WMF
G361D107.WMF
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DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.2 FEED IN AND EXIT MECHANISM
[B]
[C]
[A]
[E]
G361V102.WMF
[D]
[F]
[G]
Feeding paper into the duplex unit:
• The junction gate solenoid [A] turns on to open the junction gate [B].
• The paper fed from the main frame is sent to the inverter section [C].
Inversion and exit:
• After the trailing edge of the paper passes the inverter sensor [D], the inverter
roller [E] changes its rotation direction and the paper goes to the transport area
[F].
• The transport rollers [G] send the paper to the registration rollers in the main
frame.
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PROTECTION FUSE
2.3 PROTECTION FUSE
Rating
DC50V/1.5A
Manufacturer
ROHM CO .,LTD
Type No.
ICP-N38
Duplex Unit
G361
Name
FU500
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G361
DUPLEX UNIT
G552
DUPLEX UNIT G552
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 1
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS ................................................................................... 1
1.2 DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS .............................................................. 2
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTION ............................................................. 3
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 3
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 3
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT .................................................................................. 4
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................... 4
2.2 DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS ....................................................... 5
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION............................................................................ 5
Longer than A4 LEF/LT LEF .................................................................... 5
Length up to A4 LEF/LT LEF ................................................................... 6
2.2.2 FEED IN AND EXIT MECHANISM ...................................................... 7
Feeding paper into the duplex unit........................................................... 7
Inversion and exit..................................................................................... 7
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EXTERIOR COVERS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
NOTE: This manual uses these symbols.
!: See or Refer to
: screw
: connector
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS
• Remove the duplex unit from the main unit.
• Open the upper cover [A].
[B]
Duplex Unit
G552
[A]
[C]
G552R101.WMF
[D]
G552R102.WMF
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
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Right cover ( x 2)
Left cover ( x 1)
Front cover ( x 2)
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DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS
1.2 DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS
[B]
[D]
[A]
[C]
G552R103.WMF
G552R104.WMF
[E]
G552R105.WMF
• Front cover (! Exterior Covers)
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
[E]:
Duplex board bracket ( x 2)
Duplex board ( x 2, all connectors)
Inverter sensor ( x 1)
Entrance sensor ( x 1)
Exit sensor ( x 1)
NOTE: The Main Control Board has been changed so that the Duplex Unit will be
compatible with G091, which has a faster engine than the
G056/G058/G073/G074. Jamming will occur in duplex mode if the wrong
main control board is installed in the Duplex Unit in a G091. To distinguish
the unit containing the old board versus those containing the new, a
circular black mark will be affixed or printed on the box of the new unit.
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTION
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
2
1
4
3
6
5
Duplex Unit
G552
G552V101.WMF
1. Junction gate
2. Entrance sensor
3. Inverter rollers
4. Transport rollers
5. Transport sensor
6. Exit sensor
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
Rev. 12/2003
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT
3
1
2
4
G552V103.WMF
G552V105.WMF
1. Inverter motor
2. Inverter rollers
3. Transport motor
4. Transport rollers
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
1
2
1. Entrance sensor
3
7
2. Duplex board
3. Inverter motor
6
4. Junction gate solenoid
⇒ 5.
⇒ 6.
Inverter sensor
Exit sensor
7. Transport motor
4
5
G552
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G552V104.WMF
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DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2 DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION
Longer than A4 LEF/LT LEF
• The duplex unit can store only one sheet of paper.
Example: 8 pages. The center number in the illustration shows the order of pages.
The number with the circle in the illustration shows the order of sheets of
print paper (if highlighted, this indicates the second side).
1
"
2
)
3
#
4
$
5
(
6
%
7
&
8
'
Duplex Unit
G552
G552I500.WMF
G552D106.WMF
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G552
DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
Length up to A4 LEF/LT LEF
• The duplex unit can store three sheets of paper
Example: 8 pages. The center number in the illustration shows the order of pages.
The number with the circle in the illustration shows the order of sheets of
print paper (if highlighted, this indicates the second side).
1
"
3
#
5
(
2
)
7
&
4
$
6
%
8
*
G552I501.WMF
G552D107.WMF
G552
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DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.2 FEED IN AND EXIT MECHANISM
[B]
[C]
[A]
[E]
[D]
[F]
[G]
G552V102.WMF
Feeding paper into the duplex unit:
Duplex Unit
G552
• The junction gate solenoid [A] turns on to open the junction gate [B].
• The paper fed from the main frame is sent to the inverter section [C].
Inversion and exit:
• After the trailing edge of the paper passes the inverter sensor [D], the inverter
roller [E] changes its rotation direction and the paper goes to the transport area
[F].
• The transport rollers [G] send the paper to the registration rollers in the main
frame.
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FOUR-BIN MAILBOX
G553
FOUR-BIN MAILBOX G553
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 1
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS ................................................................................... 1
1.2 OVERFLOW AND VERTICAL TRANSPORT SENSORS............................. 2
1.3 MAIN MOTOR .............................................................................................. 3
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................... 4
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 4
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 4
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT .................................................................................. 5
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................... 6
2.2 DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS ......................................................-7
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION............................................................................ 7
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EXTERIOR COVERS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
NOTE: This manual uses these symbols.
!: See or Refer to
: screw
: connector
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS
[D]
[C]
Four-Bin
Mailbox
G553
[B]
[A]
G553R101.WMF
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
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Each tray (4 x 1 tray)
Right cover ( x 1)
Left cover ( x 1)
Upper cover
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OVERFLOW AND VERTICAL TRANSPORT SENSORS
1.2 OVERFLOW AND VERTICAL TRANSPORT SENSORS
[A]
G553R102.WMF
[E]
[C]
[B]
[D]
G553R103.WMF
Each tray (! Exterior Covers)
[A]: Each tray cover (x 4)
[B]: Sensor holder ( x 1)
[C]: Tray paper sensor ( x 1)
[D]: Overflow sensor ( x 1)
[E]: Vertical transport sensor ( x 1)
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1.3 MAIN MOTOR
[B]
[C]
Four-Bin
Mailbox
G553
[A]
G553R104.WMF
Left cover (! Exterior Covers)
[A]: Mailbox board ( x 2,  x 11)
[B]: Drive bracket ( x 5)
[C]: Main motor ( x 2)
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
[A]
[G]
[B]
[C]
[F]
[D]
[E]
G553V101.WMF
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
[E]:
[F]:
[G]:
G553
4th tray
3rd tray
2nd tray
1st tray
Vertical transport roller
Turn gate
Exit roller
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2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT
[C]
[B]
Four-Bin
Mailbox
G553
[A]
G553V102.WMF
[A]: Timing belt
[B]: Main motor
[C]: Main motor timing belt
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
4
3
2
5
6
1
7
8
17
9
10
16
11
12
13
14
15
G553V103.WMF
1. 2nd turn gate solenoid
10. Upper vertical transport sensor
2. Main motor
11. 2nd tray overflow sensor
3. 3rd turn gate solenoid
12. 1st tray paper sensor
4. Cover sensor
13. 1st tray overflow sensor
5. 4th tray paper sensor
14. Lower vertical transport sensor
6. 3rd tray paper sensor
15. Junction gate solenoid
7. 4th tray overflow sensor
16. 1st turn gate solenoid
8. 2nd tray paper sensor
17. Mailbox board
9. 3rd tray overflow sensor
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DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2 DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION
Four-Bin
Mailbox
G553
[B]
G553D101.WMF
[A]
G553V105.WMF
• When the leading edge of the paper activates the exit sensor on the main unit,
the mailbox main motor turns on.
• Each turn gate solenoid [A] opens and closes its turn gate, to direct the paper to
the selected tray [B].
• When the top tray (4th tray) is selected, none of the solenoids are activated.
After the last sheet passes the upper or lower vertical transport sensor (depending
on the selected tray), the main motor, junction gate solenoid, and the turn gate
solenoid for the selected tray turn off.
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ONE-BIN SHIFT TRAY
G554
ONE-BIN SHIFT TRAY G554
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
EXTERIOR COVERS ................................................................................... 1
SHIFT TIMING AND TRAY PAPER SENSORS ........................................... 2
COVER AND OVERFLOW SENSORS ........................................................ 2
MAIN MOTOR .............................................................................................. 3
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................... 4
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 4
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 4
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT .................................................................................. 4
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................... 5
2.1.4 BASIC OPERATION............................................................................ 6
2.1.5 SORT MODE OPERATION ................................................................. 6
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1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
NOTE: This manual uses these symbols.
!: See or Refer to
: screw
: connector
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS
[D]
[C]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
Tray
Right cover ( x 1)
Left cover ( x 1)
Upper cover (1 snap-ring)
[A]
G554R101.WMF
One-Bin Shift
Tray
G554
[B]
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1.2 SHIFT TIMING AND TRAY PAPER SENSORS
[B]
[C]
[A]
G554R102.WMF
G554R103.WMF
Right cover (! Exterior Covers)
[A]: Tray cover
[B]: Shift timing sensor ( x 1)
[C]: Tray paper sensor ( x 1)
1.3 COVER AND OVERFLOW SENSORS
[B]
[A]
[A]: Sensor cover
[B]: Cover sensor ( x 1)
[C]: Overflow sensor ( x 1)
[C]
G554R104.WMF
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1.4 MAIN MOTOR
[B]
[C]
[A]
[D]
G554R106.WMF
G554R105.WMF
Left cover (! Exterior Covers)
[A]: Shift tray board ( x 2,  x 6)
[B]: Junction gate solenoid ( x 2)
[C]: Main motor bracket ( x 3)
[D]: Main motor ( x 2)
One-Bin Shift
Tray
G554
NOTE: The Stepping Motor has been changed so that the 1-Bin Shift Tray will be
compatible with the G091, which has a faster engine than the
G056/G058/G073/G074. Jamming will occur when using the 1-Bin Shift
Tray if the wrong Stepping Motor is installed in the G091. To distinguish the
Trays containing the old motor versus those containing the new, a circular
black sticker will be affixed to the box of the new Tray.
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2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
[A]
[B]
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
Tray
[C]
Overflow sensor feeler
Exit roller
Transport roller
[D]
G554V101.WMF
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT
[A]:
[B]:
[C]:
[D]:
Shift motor
Main motor
Main motor timing belt
Timing belt
[A]
[D]
[B]
[C]
G554V103.WMF
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2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
5
4
6
7
3
8
2
1
10
9
G554V104.WMF
1. Junction gate solenoid
2. Main motor
3. Shift tray board
4. Shift motor
5. Left shift sensor
6. Right shift sensor
7. Cover sensor
8. Paper overflow sensor
9. Tray paper sensor
One-Bin Shift
Tray
G554
10. Shift timing sensor
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2.1.4 BASIC OPERATION
[C]
[A]
[B]
G554V102.WMF
G554D101.WMF
[G]
[F]
[E]
[D]
G554D102.WMF
•
The solenoid [A] opens the junction gates [B] to direct the paper to the tray.
2.1.5 SORT MODE OPERATION
•
When the trailing edge of each page passes the shift timing sensor [D], the
shift motor [E] shifts the exit rollers [F] across. When the left or right shift
sensor [G] detects the rollers, the motor stops, then returns the rollers to the
center.
•
Each page of the first set is shifted to one side, then each page of the next
set is shifted to the other side. The rollers move back to the central position
after shifting each page.
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PAPER TRAY UNIT
G555
ENVELOPE FEEDER
G556
PAPER TRAY UNIT G555/ENVELOPE
FEEDER G556
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ............................................1
1.1 PAPER FEED UNIT ..................................................................................... 1
1.2 PAPER FEED ROLLER ............................................................................... 2
1.3 FRICTION PAD ............................................................................................ 2
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ............................................................3
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION ......................................................... 3
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 3
2.1.2 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................... 3
2.2 DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS ....................................................... 4
2.2.1 PAPER FEED AND SEPARATION ..................................................... 4
2.2.2 PAPER LIFT ........................................................................................ 5
2.2.3 PAPER END DETECTION .................................................................. 5
2.2.4 REMAINING PAPER DETECTION...................................................... 6
2.2.5 PAPER SIZE DETECTION.................................................................. 7
3. ENVELOPE FEEDER.......................................................................8
3.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION ......................................................... 8
3.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 8
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PAPER FEED UNIT
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
NOTE: This manual uses these symbols.
!: See or Refer to
: screw
: connector
1.1 PAPER FEED UNIT
• Remove the paper tray unit from the main unit.
• Pull out the paper tray.
[A]
G555R110.WMF
Turn the paper tray unit over and remove the three sliver screws [A] first. Do not
remove the other screws from this side.
Paper Tray
Unit G555
Envelope
Feeder G556
[B]
G555R101.WMF
[B]: Remove the paper feed unit ( x 5).
NOTE: You must remove eight screws in total to remove the paper feed unit [B].
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PAPER FEED ROLLER
1.2 PAPER FEED ROLLER
[B]
G555R103.WMF
[A]
• Pull out the paper tray
[A]: Paper feed roller (move the lever [B] to the left)
1.3 FRICTION PAD
[A]
G555R102.WMF
• Pull out the paper tray.
[A]: Friction pad
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2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
1
2
G555D105.WMF
1. Paper feed roller
3
2. Friction pad
3. Bottom plate
2.1.2 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
1
2
3
4
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7
G555V101.WMF
1. Paper tray board
5. Paper feed sensor
2. Paper feed clutch
6. Paper end sensor
3. Paper size switch
7. Remaining paper sensor 1
4. Paper feed motor
8. Remaining paper sensor 2
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Paper Tray
Unit G555
Envelope
Feeder G556
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DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2
DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.1 PAPER FEED AND SEPARATION
[D]
[A]
[C]
[B]
G555D104.WMF
NOTE: The paper tray holds 500 sheets.
• The paper feed unit uses a feed roller and friction pad mechanism.
[A]: Paper feed roller
[B]: Friction pad
[C]: Pressure spring
[D]: Paper feed sensor
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2.2.2 PAPER LIFT
Paper lift is the same as for the main unit.
2.2.3 PAPER END DETECTION
[A]
G555D103.WMF
Paper Tray
Unit G555
Envelope
Feeder G556
• When the paper tray runs out of paper, the feeler [A] drops into the cutout in the
bottom plate to actuate the paper end sensor.
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DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.4 REMAINING PAPER DETECTION
[B]
[A]
G555D108.WMF
Amount of paper
Remaining paper
sensor 1
Remaining paper
sensor 2
0 sheets (0%)
50 sheets (10%)
250 sheets (50%)
450 sheets (90%)
500 sheets (100%)
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
OFF: Unblocked, ON: Blocked
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DETAILED SECTION DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.5 PAPER SIZE DETECTION
SW
Size
A3
A4 LEF (Long Edge Feed)
A4 SEF (Short Edge Feed)
81/2" x 11" LEF
11” x 17”
14” x 81/2" SEF
11" x 81/2" SEF
* (Asterisk)
1
2
3
4
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
#
#
#
!
#
!
#
!
#
!
!
#
#
!
#
#
!
!
#
!
#
[A]
[B]
#: ON (Not pushed)
!: OFF (Pushed)
G555D102.WMF
[A]: Paper size switch
[B]: Paper size dial
Paper Tray
Unit G555
Envelope
Feeder G556
• The machine disables paper feed from a tray if the paper size cannot be
detected (if the paper size actuator is broken or no tray is installed)
• When the paper size dial is at the “*” mark, the paper tray can be set up to
accommodate one of a wider range of paper sizes by using a User Tool at the
machine’s operation panel (Paper Input menu – Tray Paper Size).
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
3. ENVELOPE FEEDER
3.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
3.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
• This optional unit is a tray that slides into the optional paper feed unit, replacing
the paper tray.
• If two optional trays have been installed, the envelope feeder must go into the
top tray.
• The layout is the same as the paper tray.
• The tray pushes down and locks the mechanism in place
• The paper size can be fixed using the end fence.
• The end fence prevents the envelopes from overflowing and spilling out of the
envelope unit.
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PAPER TRAY UNIT TYPE 610
G399
ENVELOPE FEEDER TYPE 610
G807
PAPER TRAY UNIT G399/ENVELOPE
FEEDER G807
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
PAPER FEED UNIT...................................................................................... 1
PAPER FEED ROLLER................................................................................ 1
FRICTION PAD ............................................................................................ 1
PAPER FEED CLUTCH ............................................................................... 1
PAPER TRAY BOARD ................................................................................. 1
PAPER SIZE SWITCH ................................................................................. 1
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................... 2
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 2
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 2
2.1.2 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................... 2
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................ 2
2.2.1 PAPER FEED AND SEPARATION ..................................................... 2
2.2.2 PAPER LIFT ........................................................................................ 2
2.2.3 PAPER END DETECTION .................................................................. 2
2.2.4 REMAINING PAPER DETECTION...................................................... 2
2.2.5 PAPER SIZE DETECTION .................................................................. 2
2.2.6 PAPER PRESSURE SWITCH............................................................. 3
Do this procedure to use the paper pressure switch: ............................... 3
2.3 PROTECTION FUSE.................................................................................... 4
3. ENVELOPE FEEDER...................................................................... 5
3.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 5
3.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 5
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PAPER FEED UNIT
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before you do any
of the procedures in this section.
1.1 PAPER FEED UNIT
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
1.2 PAPER FEED ROLLER
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
1.3 FRICTION PAD
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
1.4 PAPER FEED CLUTCH
Refer to the G360 Service Manual for illustration. (Although this is the Service
Manual for the G112/G113 machines, the procedures are the similar. However they
are not in the same order)
1. Motor Bracket [C] ( x 3)
2. Paper feed gear [B] ( x 1)
3. Paper feed clutch [A] (1 gear, 1 hook,  x 1)
4. Motor [D] ( x 2,  x 1)
Refer to the G360Service Manual for details. (Although this is the Service Manual
for the G112/G113 machines, the procedures are the similar. However they are not
in the same order)
1. Paper tray board (2 hooks,  x 4,  x 2)
1.6 PAPER SIZE SWITCH
Refer to the G360 Service Manual for details. (Although this is the Service Manual
for the G112/G113 machines, the procedures are the same)
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Paper Tray
Unit G399
Envelope
Feeder G807
1.5 PAPER TRAY BOARD
OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
2.1.2 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.1 PAPER FEED AND SEPARATION
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
2.2.2 PAPER LIFT
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
2.2.3 PAPER END DETECTION
2.2.4 REMAINING PAPER DETECTION
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
2.2.5 PAPER SIZE DETECTION
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
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2.2.6 PAPER PRESSURE SWITCH
[B]
[C]
[A]
G399D101.WMF
[A]
Do this procedure to use the paper pressure switch:
1) Remove the two plastic latch covers [C].
• Be very careful when you remove these latches. They break very easily.
• Use a small screwdriver to remove the latches.
2) Slide the paper tension switches [A] away from the center of the paper tray
unit.
3) Replace the plastic latches [C]
The springs [B] increase the tension from the bottom plate when you move the
paper pressure switches. At this time more pressure is applied to the paper.
Only use this procedure if the customer complains about paper misfeeds,
especially double feed conditions. Otherwise the switch should not be used.
The default position is “not set”, or, both switches pushed toward the center of the
paper tray unit.
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Paper Tray
Unit G399
Envelope
Feeder G807
The paper pressure switches [A] slide from left to right and from right to left. The
switch is used to increase upward pressure on the paper from the bottom plate.
This helps to prevent paper misfeeds.
PROTECTION FUSE
2.3 PROTECTION FUSE
G3995101.WMF
Name
FU500
G399/G807
Rating
DC50V/1.5A
Manufacturer
ROHM CO. LTD
4
Type No.
ICP-N38
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
3. ENVELOPE FEEDER
3.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
3.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
Paper Tray
Unit G399
Envelope
Feeder G807
Refer to the G555 Service Manual for details
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DUPLEX UNIT TYPE 610
G806
DUPLEX UNIT G806
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 1
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS ................................................................................... 1
1.2 DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS .............................................................. 1
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................... 2
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION.......................................................... 2
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT.............................................. 2
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT .................................................................................. 2
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT ............................................... 2
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................ 2
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION............................................................................ 2
2.2.2 FEED IN AND EXIT MECHANISM ....................................................... 2
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EXTERIOR COVERS
1. REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION
Turn off the main power switch and unplug the machine before attempting
any of the procedures in this section.
1.1 EXTERIOR COVERS
Refer to the G552 Service Manual for details.
1.2 DUPLEX BOARD AND SENSORS
Duplex Unit
G806
Refer to the G552 Service Manual for details.
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OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.1 OVERALL MACHINE INFORMATION
2.1.1 MECHANICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
Refer to the G552 Service Manual for details.
2.1.2 DRIVE LAYOUT
Refer to the G552 Service Manual for details.
2.1.3 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LAYOUT
Refer to the G552 Service Manual for details.
2.2 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
2.2.1 BASIC OPERATION
Refer to the G552 Service Manual for details.
2.2.2 FEED IN AND EXIT MECHANISM
Refer to the G552 Service Manual for details.
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