Minolta Di151 Service manual

Minolta Di151 Service manual
FrameMaker Ver5.5E(PC) COVER [FIELD SERVICE] FOR Di151
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FrameMaker Ver5.5E(PC) COVER [FIELD SERVICE] FOR Di151
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Di151 SERVICE MANUAL [FIELD SERVICE]
Di151
SERVICE MANUAL
[FIELD SERVICE]
Copyright
2000 MINOLTA Co., Ltd.
Printed in Japan
Use of this manual should
be strictly supervised to
avoid disclosure of
confidential information.
MINOLTA Co., Ltd.
4007-7991-11 00051800
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Safety Precautions for Inspection and Service
When performing inspection and service procedures, observe the following precautions to
prevent accidents and ensure utmost safety.
✽ Depending on the model, some of the precautions given in the following do not apply.
Different markings are used to denote specific meanings as detailed below.
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to
alert against unsafe practices.
The following graphic symbols are used to give instructions that need to be observed.
Used to call the service technician’s attention to what is graphically represented
inside the marking (including a warning).
Used to prohibit the service technician’s from doing what is graphically represented inside the marking.
Used to instruct the service technician’s to do what is graphically represented
inside the marking.
WARNING
1. Always observe precautions.
• Parts requiring special attention in this product will include a label containing the
mark shown on the left plus precautionary notes. Be sure to observe the precautions.
• Be sure to observe the “Safety Information” given in the Operator’s Manual.
2. Before starting the procedures, be sure to unplug the power cord.
• This product contains a high-voltage unit and a circuit with a large current
capacity that may cause an electric shock or burn.
• The product also contains parts that can jerk suddenly and cause injury.
• If this product uses a laser, laser beam leakage may cause eye damage or
blindness.
3. Use the specified parts.
• For replacement parts, always use the genuine parts specified in the manufacturer’s parts manual. Installing a wrong or unauthorized part could cause
dielectric breakdown, overload, or undermine safety devices resulting in possible electric shock or fire.
• Replace a blown electrical fuse or thermal fuse with its corresponding genuine
part specified in the manufacturer’s parts manual. Installing a fuse of a different
make or rating could lead to a possible fire. If a thermal fuse blows frequently,
the temperature control system may have a problem and action must be taken
to eliminate the cause of the problem.
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4. Handle the power cord with care and never use a multiple outlet.
• Do not break, crush or otherwise damage the power cord. Placing a heavy
object on the power cord, or pulling or bending it may damage it, resulting in a
possible fire or electric shock.
• Do not use a multiple outlet to which any other appliance or machine is connected.
• Be sure the power outlet meets or exceeds the specified capacity.
5. Be careful with the high-voltage parts.
• A part marked with the symbol shown on the left carries a high voltage. Touching it could result in an electric shock or burn. Be sure to unplug the power cord
before servicing this part or the parts near it.
6. Do not work with wet hands.
• Do not unplug or plug in the power cord, or perform any kind of service or
inspection with wet hands. Doing so could result in an electric shock.
7. Do not touch a high-temperature part.
• A part marked with the symbol shown on the left and other parts such as the
exposure lamp and fusing roller can be very hot while the machine is energized.
Touching them may result in a burn.
• Wait until these parts have cooled down before replacing them or any surrounding parts.
8. Maintain a grounded connection at all times. (This item may not apply in the USA.)
• Be sure to connect the ground wire to the ground terminal even when performing an inspection or repair. Without proper grounding, electrical leakage could
result in an electric shock or fire.
• Never connect the ground wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, telephone ground wire,
or a lightning conductor.
9. Do not remodel the product.
• Modifying this product in a manner not authorized by the manufacturer may
result in a fire or electric shock. If this product uses a laser, laser beam leakage
may cause eye damage or blindness.
10. Restore all parts and harnesses to their original positions.
• To promote safety and prevent product damage, make sure the harnesses are
returned to their original positions and properly secured in their clamps and saddles in order to avoid hot parts, high-voltage parts, sharp edges, or being
crushed.
• To promote safety, make sure that all tubing and other insulating materials are
returned to their original positions. Make sure that floating components mounted
on the circuit boards are at their correct distance and position off the boards.
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CAUTION
1. Precautions for Service Jobs
• A toothed washer and spring washer, if used originally, must be reinstalled.
Omitting them may result in contact failure which could cause an electric shock
or fire.
• When reassembling parts, make sure that the correct screws (size, type) are
used in the correct places. Using the wrong screw could lead to stripped
threads, poorly secured parts, poor insulating or grounding, and result in a malfunction, electric shock or injury.
• Take great care to avoid personal injury from possible burrs and sharp edges on
the parts, frames and chassis of the product.
• When moving the product or removing an option, use care not to injure your
back or allow your hands to be caught in mechanisms.
2. Precautions for Servicing with Covers and Parts Removed
• Wherever feasible, keep all parts and covers mounted when energizing the
product.
• If energizing the product with a cover removed is absolutely unavoidable, do not
touch any exposed live parts and use care not to allow your clothing to be
caught in the moving parts. Never leave a product in this condition unattended.
• Never place disassembled parts or a container of liquid on the product. Parts
falling into, or the liquid spilling inside, the mechanism could result in an electric
shock or fire.
• Never use a flammable spray near the product. This could result in a fire.
• Make sure the power cord is unplugged before removing or installing circuit
boards or plugging in or unplugging connectors.
• Always use the interlock switch actuating jig to actuate an interlock switch when
a cover is opened or removed. The use of folded paper or some other object
may damage the interlock switch mechanism, possibly resulting in an electric
shock, injury or blindness.
3. Precautions for the Working Environment
• The product must be placed on a flat, level surface that is stable and secure.
• Never place this product or its parts on an unsteady or tilting workbench when
servicing.
• Provide good ventilation at regular intervals if a service job must be done in a
confined space for a long period of time.
• Avoid dusty locations and places exposed to oil or steam.
• Avoid working positions that may block the ventilation ports of the product.
4. Precautions for Handling Batteries
• Replace a rundown battery with the same type as specified in the manufacturer’s parts manual.
• Before installing a new battery, make sure of the correct polarity of the installation or the battery could burst.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the local regulations. Never dispose of
them at the user’s premises or attempt to try to discharge one.
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5. Precautions for the Laser Beam (Only for Products Employing a Laser)
• Removing the cover marked with the following caution label could lead to possible exposure to the laser beam, resulting in eye damage or blindness. Be sure
to unplug the power cord before removing this cover.
• If removing this cover while the power is ON is unavoidable, be sure to wear protective laser goggles that meet specifications.
• Make sure that no one enters the room when the machine is in this condition.
• When handling the laser unit, observe the “Precautions for Handling Laser
Equipment.”
1167P001AA
DANGER
Invisible laser radiation when open.
AVOID
DIRECT
TO BEAM
EXPOSURE
0947-7127-01
1144D270AA
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Other Precautions
• To reassemble the product, reverse the order of disassembly unless otherwise specified.
• While the product is energized, do not unplug or plug connectors into the circuit boards
or harnesses.
• The magnet roller generates a strong magnetic field. Do not bring it near a watch, floppy
disk, magnetic card, or CRT tube.
• An air gun and vacuum cleaner generates a strong electrostatic charge that can destroy
the ATDC sensor and other sensors. Before cleaning a component with one of these
devices, be sure to remove all the sensors. Otherwise, use a blower brush and cloth
when cleaning parts.
• When handling circuit boards with MOS ICs, observe the “INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING THE PWBs WITH MOS ICs” (applicable only to the products using MOS ICs).
• The PC Drum is a very delicate component. Observe the precautions given in “HANDLING OF THE PC DRUM” because mishandling may result in serious image problems.
• Note that replacement of a circuit board may call for readjustments or resetting of particular items, or software installation.
• After completing a service job, perform a safety check. Make sure that all parts, wiring
and screws are returned to their original positions.
• Check the area surrounding the service site for any signs of damage, wear or need of
repair.
• Do not pull out the toner hopper while the toner bottle is turning. This could result in a
damaged hopper motor or locking mechanism.
• If the product is to be run with the front door open, make sure that the toner hopper is in
the locked position.
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Used Batteries Precautions
ALL Areas
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Germany
VORSICHT!
Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemäßem Austausch der Batterie.
Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen ähnlichen Typ.
Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.
France
ATTENTION
Ily a danger d’explosion s’ily a remplacement incorrec de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du meme type ou d’un type équivalent recommande par le constructueur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usageés conformément aux instructions du fabricant.
Denmark
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandøren.
Norway
ADVARSEL
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av batteri.
Benytt samme batteritype eller en tilsvarende type anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten.
Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til fabrikantens instruksjoner.
Sweden
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion.
Finland
VAROlTUS
Paristo voi räjähtää, los se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. Hävitä Käytetty paristo
valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR SERVICE
When performing inspection and service procedures, observe the following precautions to
prevent mishandling of the machine and its parts.
✽ Depending on the model, some of the precautions given in the following do not apply.
Precautions Before Service
• When the user is using a word processor or personal computer from a wall outlet of the
same line, take necessary steps to prevent the circuit breaker from opening due to overloads.
• Never disturb the LAN by breaking or making a network connection, altering termination,
installing or removing networking hardware or software, or shutting down networked
devices without the knowledge and express permission of the network administrator or
the shop supervisor.
How to Use this Book
1. DIS/REASSEMBLY, ADJUSTMENT
• To reassemble the product, reverse the order of disassembly unless otherwise specified.
2. TROUBLESHOOTING
• If a component on a PWB or any other functional unit including a motor is defective, the
text only instructs you to replace the whole PWB or functional unit and does not give troubleshooting procedures applicable within the defective unit.
• All troubleshooting procedures contained herein assume that there are no breaks in the
harnesses and cords and all connectors are plugged into the right positions.
• The procedures preclude possible malfunctions due to noise and other external causes.
Precautions for Service
• Check the area surrounding the service site for any signs of damage, wear or need of
repair.
• Keep all disassembled parts in good order and keep tools under control so that none will
be lost or damaged.
• After completing a service job, perform a safety check. Make sure that all parts, wiring
and screws are returned to their original positions.
• Do not pull out the toner hopper while the toner bottle is turning. This could result in a
damaged motor or locking mechanism.
• If the product is to be run with the front door open, make sure that the toner hopper is in
the locked position.
• Do not use an air gun or vacuum cleaner for cleaning the ATDC Sensor and other sensors, as they can cause electrostatic destruction. Use a blower brush and cloth. If a unit
containing these sensors is to be cleaned, first remove the sensors from the unit.
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Precautions for Dis/Reassembly
• Be sure to unplug the copier from the outlet before attempting to service the copier.
• The basic rule is not to operate the copier anytime during disassembly. If it is absolutely
necessary to run the copier with its covers removed, use care not to allow your clothing to
be caught in revolving parts such as the timing belt and gears.
• Before attempting to replace parts and unplug connectors, make sure that the power
cord of the copier has been unplugged from the wall outlet.
• Be sure to use the Interlock Switch Actuating Jig whenever it is necessary to actuate the
Interlock Switch with the covers left open or removed.
• Do not plug in or unplug print jacks on the PWB or connect or disconnect the PWB connectors while power is being supplied to the copier.
• Never use flammable sprays near the copier.
• A battery (lithium, nickel-cadmium, etc.) is used in this machine. Do not charge or short
circuit it and make sure of the correct polarity at replacement.
• A used battery should be disposed of according to the local regulations and never be discarded casually or left unattended at the user's premises.
• When reassembling parts, make sure that the correct screws (size, type) and toothed
washer are used in the correct places.
• If it becomes necessary to replace the thermal fuse or any other fuse mounted on a
board, be sure to use one of the rating marked on the blown fuse. Always note the rating
marked on the fuse, as the rating and mounting site or number used are subject to
change without notice.
Precautions for Circuit Inspection
• Never create a closed circuit across connector pins except those specified in the text and
on the printed circuit.
• When creating a closed circuit and measuring a voltage across connector pins specified
in the text, be sure to use the GND wire.
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Handling of PWBs
1. During Transportation/Storage:
• During transportation or when in storage, new P.W. Boards must not be indiscriminately
removed from their protective conductive bags.
• Do not store or place P.W. Boards in a location exposed to direct sunlight and high temperature.
• When it becomes absolutely necessary to remove a Board from its conductive bag or
case, always place it on its conductive mat in an area as free as possible from static electricity.
• Do not touch the pins of the ICs with your bare hands.
• Protect the PWBs from any external force so that they are not bent or damaged.
2. During Inspection/Replacement:
• Avoid checking the IC directly with a multimeter; use connectors on the Board.
• Never create a closed circuit across IC pins with a metal tool.
• Before unplugging connectors from the P.W. Boards, make sure that the power cord has
been unplugged from the outlet.
• When removing a Board from its conductive bag or conductive case, do not touch the
pins of the ICs or the printed pattern. Place it in position by holding only the edges of the
Board.
• When touching the PWB, wear a wrist strap and connect its cord to a securely grounded
place whenever possible. If you cannot wear a wrist strap, touch a metal part to discharge static electricity before touching the PWB.
• Note that replacement of a PWB may call for readjustments or resetting of particular
items.
Handling of Other Parts
• The magnet roller generates a strong magnetic field. Do not bring it near a watch, floppy
disk, magnetic card, or CRT tube.
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Handling of the PC Drum
✽ Only for Products Not Employing an Imaging Cartridge.
1. During Transportation/Storage:
• Use the specified carton whenever moving or storing the PC Drum.
• The storage temperature is in the range between –20°C and +40°C.
• In summer, avoid leaving the PC Drum in a car for a long time.
2. Handling:
• Ensure that the correct PC Drum is used.
• Whenever the PC Drum has been removed from the copier, store it in its carton or protect
it with a Drum Cloth.
• The PC Drum exhibits greatest light fatigue after being exposed to strong light over an
extended period of time. Never, therefore, expose it to direct sunlight.
• Use care not to contaminate the surface of the PC Drum with oil-base solvent, fingerprints, and other foreign matter.
• Do not scratch the surface of the PC Drum.
• Do not apply chemicals to the surface of the PC Drum.
• Do not attempt to wipe clean the surface of the PC Drum.
If, however, the surface is contaminated with fingerprints, clean it using the following procedure.
1. Place the PC Drum into one half of its carton.
1076D001
1076D002
2. Gently wipe the residual toner off the surface of the
PC Drum with a dry, Dust-Free Cotton Pad.
A. Turn the PC Drum so that the area of its surface on
which the line of toner left by the Cleaning Blade is
present is facing straight up. Wipe the surface in
one continuous movement from the rear edge of
the PC Drum to the front edge and off the surface
of the PC Drum.
B. Turn the PC Drum slightly and wipe the newly
exposed surface area with a CLEAN face of the
Dust-Free Cotton Pad. Repeat this procedure until
the entire surface of the PC Drum has been thoroughly cleaned.
✽ At this time, always use a CLEAN face of the dry
Dust-Free Cotton Pad until no toner is evident on the
face of the Pad after wiping.
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3. Soak a small amount of either ethyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol into a clean, unused Dust-Free Cotton Pad which has been folded over into quarters.
Now, wipe the surface of the PC Drum in one continuous movement from its rear edge to its front
edge and off its surface one to two times.
✽ Never move the Pad back and forth.
1076D003
4. Using the SAME face of the Pad, repeat the procedure explained in the latter half of step 3 until the
entire surface of the PC Drum has been wiped.
Always OVERLAP the areas when wiping. Two
complete turns of the PC Drum would be appropriate for cleaning.
1076D004
NOTES
• Even when the PC Drum is only locally dirtied, wipe the entire surface.
• Do not expose the PC Drum to direct sunlight. Clean it as quickly as possible even under
interior illumination.
• If dirt remains after cleaning, repeat the entire procedure from the beginning one more
time.
Handling of the Imaging Cartridge
✽ Only for Products Employing an Imaging Cartridge.
1. During Transportation/Storage:
• The storage temperature is in the range between –20°C and +40°C.
• In summer, avoid leaving the Imaging Cartridge in a car for a long time.
2. Handling:
• Store the Imaging Cartridge in a place that is not exposed to direct sunlight.
3. Precautionary Information on the PC Drum Inside the Imaging Cartridge:
• Use care not to contaminate the surface of the PC Drum with oil-base solvent, fingerprints, and other foreign matter.
• Do not scratch the surface of the PC Drum.
• Do not attempt to wipe clean the surface of the PC Drum.
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INDEX (FIELD SERVICE)
DIS/REASSEMBLY,
ADJUSTMENT
SWITCHES ON PWBs,
TECH. REP. SETTINGS
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CONTENTS
1. SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................. D-1
1-1. IDENTIFICATION OF FUSES ................................................................. D-1
1-2. PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING THE LASER EQUIPMENT ............... D-1
1-3. PARTS WHICH MUST NOT BE TOUCHED ........................................... D-2
(1) Red Screws ..................................................................................... D-2
(2) Variable Resistors on Board ............................................................ D-2
(3) Other Screws ................................................................................... D-2
1-4. READING THE TEXT .............................................................................. D-3
2. DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY ......................................................................D-4
2-1. COVERS AND EXTERIOR PARTS: IDENTIFICATION AND REMOVAL
PROCEDURES ....................................................................................... D-4
2-2. REMOVAL OF PWBs .............................................................................. D-6
2-3. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .................................................................. D-7
2-4. REMOVAL OF UNITS ............................................................................. D-8
(1) Removal of the Upper Half of the Copier ......................................... D-8
(2) Removal of the IR Unit .................................................................... D-11
(3) Removal of the PH Unit ................................................................... D-12
(4) Removal of the Fusing Unit ............................................................. D-15
2-5. IMAGE TRANSFER SECTION ................................................................ D-17
(1) Replacement of the Image Transfer Roller ...................................... D-17
2-6. FUSING SECTION .................................................................................. D-18
(1) Removal of the Fusing Backup Roller ............................................. D-18
(2) Removal of the Fusing Heater Lamp ............................................... D-20
(3) Removal of the Fusing Roller .......................................................... D-21
2-7. MISCELLANEOUS .................................................................................. D-22
(1) Removal of the Scanner and Timing Belt ........................................ D-22
(2) Removal of the Scanner Motor ........................................................ D-24
(3) Removal of the Paper Take-Up Roll ................................................ D-25
(4) Removal of the Paper Take-Up Solenoid ........................................ D-26
(5) Removal of the Main Motor and PH Section Cooling Fan Motor ..... D-28
3. ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................. D-30
3-1. ADJUSTMENT REQUIREMENTS LIST .................................................. D-30
3-2. ADJUSTMENT OF UPPER UNIT INTERLOCK SWITCH S2 .................. D-31
3-3. ELECTRICAL/IMAGE ADJUSTMENT ..................................................... D-32
(1) Entering the Tech. Rep. Mode ......................................................... D-32
(2) Entering the Adjust Mode ................................................................ D-32
(3) Producing a Test Pattern ................................................................. D-32
(4) CD Registration Adjustment (Paper Tray) ....................................... D-33
(5) FD Registration Adjustment (Paper Tray) ....................................... D-34
(6) CD Zoom Ratio Adjustment (Scanner) ............................................ D-35
(7) FD Zoom Ratio Adjustment (Scanner) ............................................ D-36
(8) CD Registration Adjustment (Scanner) ........................................... D-37
(9) FD Registration Adjustment (Scanner) ............................................ D-38
4. MISCELLANEOUS .......................................................................................... D-39
4-1. TORSION BAR POSITION ADJUSTMENT ............................................. D-39
4-2. REMOUNTING EEPROM (U21) .............................................................. D-40
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
IDENTIFICATION OF FUSES
Control Board PWB-I
250V 3A (F1)
4007D040AA
1-2.
Power Supply Board PU1
100V Area
250V 6.3A (F1)
250V 15A (F2)
200V Area
250V 4A(F1)
250V 6.3A(F2)
PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING THE LASER EQUIPMENT
• The laser used in this copier is a semiconductor laser with the following specifications:
Max. power: 5 mW
Output wavelength: 770 to 795 nm
• When laser protective goggles are to be used, select ones with a lens conforming to the
above specifications.
• When a disassembly job needs to be performed in the laser beam path, such as when
working around the PH and PC Drum, be sure to turn the copier OFF first.
• If the job requires that the copier be left ON, take off your watch and ring and wear laser
protective goggles.
• A highly reflective tool can be dangerous if it is brought into the laser beam path. Use
utmost care when handling such tools near the laser.
• The PH is not maintainable in the field. It is to be replaced as a unit including the control
board. Never, therefore, attempt to remove the laser diode or adjust trimmers on the control board.
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1-3.
(1)
PARTS WHICH MUST NOT BE TOUCHED
Red Screws
Purpose of Application of Red Paint
Red painted screws show that the assembly or unit secured can only be adjusted or set at
the factory and should not be readjusted, set, or removed in the field.
Note that when two or more screws are used on the part in question, only one representative screw may be marked with red paint.
(2)
Variable Resistors on Board
Do not turn the variable resistors on boards for which no adjusting instructions are given in
“ADJUSTMENT.”
(3)
Other Screws
Scanner
PH Unit
4007D043AA
4007D045AA
Pulley Fixing Screw
4007D075AA
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1-4.
READING THE TEXT
Disassembly procedures are given under separate titles; illustrations identify each part
only.
Parts that require special attention and service jobs are given at the corresponding part
name in the illustration.
The disassembly procedures omit removal of exterior parts.
☞ D-4
Remove the roller after the I/C has been taken out of the copier.
1. Image Transfer Roller cover
2. Image Transfer Roller
Image Transfer Roller
Replace.
Disassembly
Procedures
Part requiring
service jobs.
Image Transfer Roller Cover
Pusher Spring
Image Transfer Roller Holder
4007D017AA
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2-1.
DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY
COVERS AND EXTERIOR PARTS: IDENTIFICATION AND
REMOVAL PROCEDURES
1
2
12
3
11
4
10
9
5
8
6
4007D001AB
7
16
13
15
14
4007D002AB
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No.
Name
Removal Procedure
1
Original Cover
Remove screws that secure the Original Cover.
2
Original Glass
Remove 1. → Remove 13. → Remove 12. → Remove 3. →
Remove 7. → Remove the Original Glass holding brackets (two
at the front).
3
Front Upper Cover Remove screws that secure the Front Upper Cover.
4
Control Panel
Remove 3. → Remove screws that secure the control panel.
5
Front Middle
Cover
Remove 3. → Remove 4. → Remove screws that secure the
Front Middle Cover.
6
Front Lower Cover Release and swing up the upper half of the copier. → Remove
screws that secure the Front Lower Cover.
7
Front IR Cover
Remove 3. → Remove screws that secure the Front IR Cover.
8
Paper Tray
Remove 9. → Release and swing up the upper half of the copier.
→ Remove 6. → Remove 14. → Remove the screw that secures
the Paper Tray.
9
Manual Bypass
Tray
10 Paper Exit Tray
Lower Cover
Remove 9. → Remove 6. → Remove 14. → Remove 8. →
Remove screws that secure the Paper Exit Tray Lower Cover.
11 Left IR Cover
Remove 1. → Remove 3. → Remove 7. → Remove 13. →
Remove 12. → Remove screws that secure the Left IR Cover.
12 Rear IR Upper
Cover
Remove 1. → Remove 13. → Remove screws that secure the
Rear IR Upper Cover.
13 Rear Upper Cover Remove 14. → Remove screws that secure the Rear Upper
Cover.
14 Rear Lower Cover Remove screws that secure the Rear Lower Cover.
15 Right Cover
Release and swing up the upper half of the copier. → Remove
the 14. → Remove screws that secure the Right Cover.
16 Right IR Cover
Remove 3. → Remove 1. → Remove 13. → Remove 12. →
Remove screws that secure the Right IR Cover.
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REMOVAL OF PWBs
• The removal procedures given below omit the steps of unplugging connectors and
removing the PWB from the PWB support.
• Where it is absolutely necessary to touch the ICs and other electrical components on the
board, be sure to ground your body.
PWB-I
PWB-S
PWB-M
PU1
PWB-B
PWB-G
PWB-A
HV1
4007D003AB
Symbol
Name
Removal Procedure
PWB-A
Master Board
Remove the Rear Upper Cover and Rear Lower Cover. →
Remove the protective cover. → PWB-A
PWB-B
Control Panel
Remove the Front Upper Cover. → Remove the Control
Panel. → PWB-B
PWB-G
Toner Empty
Board
Remove all exterior covers. → Remove the upper half of the
copier. → Remove the rear side plate. → Remove the Paper
Take-Up Roll Cover Assy. → PWB-G
PWB-I
Control Board
Remove the Rear Lower Cover and Rear Upper Cover. →
Remove the protective cover. → PWB-I
PWB-M
Memory Board
Remove the Rear Lower Cover and Rear Upper Cover. →
Remove the protective cover. → PWB-M
PWB-S
Remove the Front Upper Cover, Front IR Cover, Rear IR
Scanner Interface Upper Cover, Rear Upper Cover, and Rear Lower Cover. →
Remove the Original Glass bracket. → Remove the Original
Board
Glass. → Remove the protective cover. → PWB-S
PU1
HV1
Power Supply
Board
Release and swing up the upper half of the copier. →
Remove the Right Cover. → Remove the Power Switch. →
Remove the Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor. → Remove
the Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor mounting bracket. →
Remove the Inlet mounting bracket. → PU1
High Voltage Unit
Remove the Paper Exit Tray Lower Cover. → Remove the
Paper Exit Tray. → Release and swing up the upper half of
the copier. → Remove the Cover. → Remove the I/C. →
Remove the PH Unit. → HV1
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
• To ensure that the copier produces good copies and to extend its service life, it is recommended that the maintenance jobs described in this schedule be carried out as
instructed.
PM Parts
Maintenance Schedule
(K)
Cleaning Replacement
Fusing Section Image Transfer Section
Fusing Unit
—
50
Image Transfer Roller
—
50
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Part No.
100V Area
4007-0431-02
200V Area
4007-0432-02
4110-4103-01
Qty
Reference
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(1)
REMOVAL OF UNITS
Removal of the Upper Half of the Copier
Remove the upper half of the copier after the Front Upper Cover, control panel, Front Middle Cover, Rear Upper Cover, and Paper Exit Tray Lower Cover have been removed.
1. Protective cover
2. Control Board
NOTE
Unplug all print jacks from the PWB.
Protective Cover
Control Board
4007D010AB
3. IR Lower Cover
IR Lower Cover
4007D062AA
4. Paper Exit Tray
Paper Exit Tray
4007D005AC
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5. Torsion Bars A and B
Torsion Bar B
Torsion Bar A
4007D006AB
Torsion Bar Mounting Position
Front Side
Torsion Bar B
Torsion Bar A
4007D063AA
Rear Side
Torsion Bar B
Torsion Bar A
4007D064AA
NOTE
Before removing or reinstalling the torsion bars, be sure to release and swing up the upper
half of the copier to release pressure.
When reinstalling them, install torsion bar A first, then torsion bar B.
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6. Lock Plate
Lock Plate
4007D073AA
7. Shoulder screws and other screws
Front Side
Rear Side
Screws
Shoulder Screw
4007D007AA
Shoulder Screw
4007D008AA
NOTE
When mounting the shoulder screws, make sure that the round hole and the slot in the
frames are properly aligned with each other.
8. Upper half of the copier
Upper Half of the Copier
4007D009AA
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Removal of the IR Unit
Remove the IR Unit after the Front Upper Cover, Front IR Cover, Rear IR Upper Cover,
Rear Upper Cover, Rear Lower Cover, and Right IR Cover have all been removed.
1. Protective Cover
2. Control Board
NOTE
Unplug all print jacks from the PWB.
Protective Cover
Control Board
4007D010AB
3. ADF Set Switch hookup connector
4. IR Unit
IR Unit
ADF Set Switch
Hookup Connector
4007D011AB
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Removal of the PH Unit
Remove the PH Unit after the Front Lower Cover, Rear Lower Cover, Paper Exit Tray
Lower Cover, and I/C have been removed.
1. Protective cover
2. Control Board
NOTE
Unplug all print jacks from the PWB.
Protective Cover
Control Board
4007D010AB
3. IR Lower Cover
IR Lower Cover
4007D062AA
4. Paper Exit Tray
Paper Exit Tray
4007D005AC
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5. Protective Cover
Protective Cover
4007D012AA
6. Print Jack
Master Board
4007D013AB
7. PH Unit fixing screws
4007D015AC
PH Unit
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8. Cover
9. PH Unit
Cover
PH Unit
4007D014AA
NOTE
Take care with the torsion bars: They will come off when the upper half of the copier is
swung up.
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Removal of the Fusing Unit
Remove the Fusing Unit after the Right Cover, Rear Lower Cover, Front Lower Cover, and
I/C have been removed.
1. Fusing cover
Fusing Cover
4007D067AA
2. Cover
Cover
4007D074AA
3. Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor
4. Right Side Plate
Right Side Plate
Fusing Section
Cooling Fan Motor
4007D068AA
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5. Fusing Unit
Fusing Unit
Replace.
4007D069AA
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(1)
IMAGE TRANSFER SECTION
Replacement of the Image Transfer Roller
Remove the Image Transfer Roller after the I/C have been removed.
1. Image Transfer Roller cover
2. Image Transfer Roller
Image Transfer Roller
Replace.
Pusher Spring
Image Transfer Roller Cover
Image Transfer Roller Holder
4007D017AA
NOTE
Be sure not to lose the pusher springs hooked to the Image Transfer Roller holder.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Gear
Bushing
Roll
Image Transfer Roller
Roll
Bushing
Image Transfer Roller
Roll
Bushing
Gear
Bushing
Pusher Spring
4007D018AB
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FUSING SECTION
Removal of the Fusing Backup Roller
1. Thermistor hookup harness
Thermistor hookup harness
4007D070AA
2. Lower Fusing Unit
3. Fusing Entrance Guide Plate
Lock in the Rear
Lower Fusing Unit
Lock at the Front
Fusing Entrance Guide Plate
4007D019AC
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4. Pressure spring
5. Fusing Backup Roller
Fusing Backup Roller
4007D020AB
Pressure Springs
NOTE
During reinstallation, make sure that the pressure springs fit over the protrusions on the
Lower Fusing Unit.
Rear Side
Front Side
Protrusions
4007D047AA
4007D060AB
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Removal of the Fusing Heater Lamp
1. Terminal
2. Fusing Heater Lamp
Gear
Fusing Heater Lamp
Terminal
4007D021AB
NOTE
When inserting the Fusing Heater Lamp, make sure that the end marked with the specifications is on the gear end.
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Removal of the Fusing Roller
1. Gear
2. Fusing Roller
3
Fusing Roller
2
1
Gear
Fusing Entrance Guide Plate
4007D022AA
NOTES
• When mounting the Fusing Roller, take care not to allow the Paper Separator Fingers to
damage the surface of the roller.
• When installing the gear, make sure that the protrusion on the inner side of the gear fits
into the slit on the end of the Fusing Roller.
• When installing the Fusing Entrance Guide Plate, fit the ground plate of the Fusing
Entrance Guide Plate inside the ground plate on the Fusing Unit side.
Where the Ground Plate is Mounted
Ground Plate of the Fusing
Entrance Guide Plate
Ground Plate of
the Fusing Unit
4007D071AA
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(1)
MISCELLANEOUS
Removal of the Scanner and Timing Belt
Remove these parts after the Front Upper Cover, Front IR Cover, Left IR Cover, Rear IR
Upper Cover, Rear Upper Cover, Rear Lower Cover, and Right IR Cover have all been
removed.
1. Original Glass holding bracket
2. Original Glass
Original Glass
Original Glass
Holding Brackets
4007D023AB
3. Timing belt pulley
4. Timing belt
Timing belt
Timing belt pulley
4007D072AA
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5. Scanner Rail fixing screw (on timing belt side)
6. Scanner Rail (on timing belt side)
Scanner Rail
Scanner Rail Fixing Screw
4007D024AB
7. Scanner plate
8. Flexible harness
9. Scanner
1
3
Scanner
Protective Cover
Flexible Harness
Scanner Plate
2
4007D025AC
NOTE
When installing the Scanner, always connect the flexible harness first.
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Removal of the Scanner Motor
1. IR Unit
2. Fixing bracket
3. Scanner Motor
IR Unit
Fixing Bracket
Scanner Motor
4007D026AA
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Removal of the Paper Take-Up Roll
Remove the Paper Take-Up Roll after the I/C has been taken out of the copier.
1. Paper Take-Up Roll
2
Paper Take-Up Roll
1
Paper Take-Up Roll
Cover
4007D027AA
NOTE
When securing the Paper Take-Up Roll, make sure that the positioning pin on the back side
of the roll fits into the hole in the shaft.
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Removal of the Paper Take-Up Solenoid
Remove the solenoid after the Front Lower Cover, Paper Tray, Manual Bypass Tray, Manual Bypass Tray Lower Cover, Rear Lower Cover, and Right Cover have all been removed.
1. Protective cover
Protective Cover
4007D012AA
2. Print jack
Master Board
4007D048AA
3. Paper Take-Up Solenoid hookup connector
4007D049AB
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4. Base plate fixing screws
Front
Rear
4007D031AA
4007D032AA
5. Base plate
Base Plate
4007D030AA
6. Paper Take-Up Solenoid
Paper Take-Up Solenoid
4007D033AB
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Removal of the Main Motor and PH Section Cooling Fan Motor
Remove these parts after the upper half of the copier, and I/C has been removed.
1. Protective cover
2. Master Board
Master Board
Protective Cover
4007D046AA
3. Base plate
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4. Rear side plate fixing screws (marked with black dots)
5. Gear Assy fixing screws (marked with black squares)
4007D035AB
6. Rear side plate, gear assy
Gear Assy
Rear Side Plate
4007D037AA
NOTE
Install the rear side plate first, then the base plate.
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7. Main Motor, PH Section Cooling Fan Motor
PH Section Cooling Fan Motor
Main Motor
4007D038AA
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ADJUSTMENT
3-1.
ADJUSTMENT REQUIREMENTS LIST
Adjustment Item
Requirements
Registration (Paper Tray)
20 ± 2.0 mm
Zoom Ratios (Scanner)
CD
100 ± 1.0 mm
FD
200 ± 2.0 mm
Registration (Scanner)
CD
FD
Ref. Page
Control panel
CD
FD
Adjustment Point
20 ± 2.0 mm
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→ → → → → → → →
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ADJUSTMENT OF UPPER UNIT INTERLOCK SWITCH S2
1. Release and swing up the upper half of the copier and remove the Right Cover.
2. Remove the Fusing Cover.
3. Loosen the screw on the Upper Unit Interlock Switch adjusting bracket and slide it
downward until it is stops.
4. Swing down the upper half of the copier into its locked position.
5. Moving the Upper Unit Interlock Switch adjusting bracket upward, find the position at
which a click of the switch is heard. Then tighten the screw to secure the adjusting
bracket in that position.
[Check Method]
When the Power Switch is turned ON, the Exposure Lamp should turn ON.
4007D039AA
Upper Unit Interlock Switch Adjusting Bracket
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3-3.
(1)
ELECTRICAL/IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
Entering the Tech. Rep. Mode
Procedure:
Press the following keys in this order:
Clear/Stop → Exposure Control Lighter (<) → Clear/Stop → Exposure Control Darker (>)
(2)
Entering the Adjust Mode
Procedure:
1. Enter the Tech. Rep. mode.
2. Press the following keys in this order:
1Key → 1Key → 1Key → Start key → Press the 1Key until the specific function is displayed.
(3)
Producing a Test Pattern
NOTE
A test pattern is used when making the following adjustments:
• CD registration adjustment (Paper Tray)
• FD registration adjustment (Paper Tray)
• Registration adjustment (Scanner)
• Zoom ratio adjustment (Scanner)
Procedure
1. Enter the Tech. Rep. mode.
2. Press the following keys in this order to enter the function of “F5 Test Pattern 1”:
1Key → 1Key → Start key → 1Key → 1Key → 1Key → 1Key
3. Press the Start key.
NOTE
To exit the test pattern function, press the Clear/Stop key to go back to the Basic screen.
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CD Registration Adjustment (Paper Tray)
Requirement
B Side
A Side
4007D050AA
Requirement
Adjust Mode Function
Setting Range
CD registration
adjustment
43 to 57
(-3.5 to +3.5 mm)
NOTE
This adjustment must be made whenever the PH Unit is replaced.
Procedure
1. Produce a test pattern (F5: Test Pattern 1).
2. Fold the test pattern in half and make sure that the centerline on the test pattern is
aligned with the crease. If it is not aligned with the crease, perform the following adjustment procedure.
3. Enter Adjust function A9.
4. Change the setting value using the 1Key or 10Key as necessary (1 step equivalent to
0.5 mm).
If the centerline deviates on the B side, increase the setting value.
If the centerline deviates on the A side, decrease the setting value.
✽ If one adjustment sequence does not bring the centerline into the required range, perform the sequence again.
5. Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
NOTE
If the Clear/Stop key is pressed to go back to the Basic screen without pressing the Start
key, the setting will be restored to the original value.
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FD Registration Adjustment (Paper Tray)
Requirement
Dimension C on the test pattern produced should fall
within the range specified below.
c
4007D051AA
Requirement
Adjust Mode Function
Setting Range
A4C 20 ±2.0 mm
FD registration
adjustment
43 to 57
(-3.5 to +3.5 mm)
NOTE
This adjustment must be made whenever the PH Unit is replaced. Should be made after
the CD registration adjustment (Paper Tray) has been completed.
Procedure
1. Produce a test pattern (F5: Test Pattern 1).
2. Make sure that dimension C on the test pattern falls within the specified range. If it falls
outside the specified range, perform the following adjustment procedure.
3. Enter Adjust function AA.
4. Change the setting value using the 1Key or 10Key as necessary (1 step equivalent to
0.5 mm).
If dimension C on the test pattern is longer than the specified range, decrease the setting
value.
If dimension C on the test pattern is shorter than the specified range, increase the setting
value.
✽ If one adjustment sequence does not bring the dimension into the required range, perform the sequence again.
5. Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
NOTE
If the Clear/Stop key is pressed to go back to the Basic screen without pressing the Start
key, the setting will be restored to the original value.
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CD Zoom Ratio Adjustment (Scanner)
Requirement
Produce a test pattern after the CD and FD registration
adjustments (Paper Tray) have been made. Place this
test pattern on the Original Glass and make a copy.
Dimension D on the copy of the test pattern should fall
within the range specified below.
D
4007D052AA
Zoom Ratio
Requirement
Adjust Mode Function
Setting Range
Full size (100%)
100 ±1.0 mm
CD zoom ratio
adjustment
45 to 55
(Reduced ↔ Enlarged)
NOTE
This adjustment must be made whenever the Scanner is replaced. Should be made after
the CD and FD registration adjustments (Paper Tray) have been completed.
Procedure
1. Produce a test pattern (F5: Test Pattern 1).
2. Place the test pattern produced on the Original Glass and make a copy.
3. Make sure that dimension D on the copy of the test pattern falls within the specified
range.
Calculation formula: (1 – Dimension D on test pattern ÷ Dimension D on copy) × 100
If dimension D falls outside the specified range, perform the following adjustment procedure.
4. Enter Adjust function A1.
5. Change the setting value using the 1Key or 10Key as necessary (1 step equivalent to
0.4%).
If dimension D on the copy of the test pattern is longer than the specified range, decrease
the setting value.
If dimension D on the copy of the test pattern is shorter than the specified range, increase
the setting value.
✽ If one adjustment sequence does not bring the dimension into the required range, perform the sequence again.
6. Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
NOTE
If the Clear/Stop key is pressed to go back to the Basic screen without pressing the Start
key, the setting will be restored to the original value.
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FD Zoom Ratio Adjustment (Scanner)
Requirement
Produce a test pattern after the CD and FD registration
adjustments (Paper Tray) have been made. Place this
test pattern on the Original Glass and make a copy.
Dimension E on the copy of the test pattern should fall
within the range specified below.
E
4007D053AA
Zoom Ratio
Requirement
Adjust Mode Function
Setting Range
Full size (100%)
200 ±2.0 mm
FD zoom ratio
adjustment
45 to 55
(Reduced ↔ Enlarged)
NOTE
This adjustment must be made whenever the Scanner is replaced. Should be made after
the CD and FD registration adjustments (Paper Tray) have been completed.
Procedure
1. Produce a test pattern (F5: Test Pattern 1).
2. Place the test pattern produced on the Original Glass and make a copy.
3. Make sure that dimension E on the copy of the test pattern falls within the specified
range.
Calculation formula: (1 – Dimension E on test pattern ÷ Dimension E on copy) × 100
If dimension E falls outside the specified range, perform the following adjustment procedure.
4. Enter Adjust function A2.
5. Change the setting value using the 1Key or 10Key as necessary (1 step equivalent to
0.4%).
If dimension E on the copy of the test pattern is longer than the specified range, decrease
the setting value.
If dimension E on the copy of the test pattern is shorter than the specified range, increase
the setting value.
✽ If one adjustment sequence does not bring the dimension into the required range, perform the sequence again.
6. Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
NOTE
If the Clear/Stop key is pressed to go back to the Basic screen without pressing the Start
key, the setting will be restored to the original value.
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CD Registration Adjustment (Scanner)
Requirement
B Side
A Side
4007D050AA
Requirement
Adjust Mode Function
Setting Range
CD registration
adjustment
40 to 60
(-5.0 to +5.0 mm)
NOTE
This adjustment must be made whenever the Scanner is replaced. Should be made after
the CD and FD registration adjustments (Paper Tray), and CD zoom ratio adjustment
(Scanner) have been completed.
Procedure
1. Produce a test pattern (F5: Test Pattern 1).
2. Place the test pattern produced on the Original Glass and make a copy.
3. Fold the test pattern in half and check that the centerline on the test pattern is aligned
with the crease. If it is not aligned with the crease, perform the following adjustment procedure.
4. Enter Adjust function A3.
5. Change the setting value using the 1Key or 10Key as necessary (1 step equivalent to
0.5 mm).
If the centerline deviates on the B side, increase the setting value.
If the centerline deviates on the A side, decrease the setting value.
✽ If one adjustment sequence does not bring the centerline into the required range, perform the sequence again.
6. Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
NOTE
If the Clear/Stop key is pressed to go back to the Basic screen without pressing the Start
key, the setting will be restored to the original value.
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FD Registration Adjustment (Scanner)
Requirement
Produce a test pattern after the CD and FD registration
adjustments (Paper Tray) have been made. Place this
test pattern on the Original Glass and make a copy.
Dimension C on the copy of the test pattern should fall
within the range specified below.
c
4007D051AA
Requirement
Adjust Mode Function
Setting Range
20 ±2.0 mm
FD registration
adjustment
40 to 60
(-5.0 to +5.0 mm)
NOTE
This adjustment must be made whenever the Scanner is replaced. Should be made after
the CD and FD registration adjustments (Paper Tray), and FD zoom ratio adjustment
(Scanner) have been completed.
Procedure
1. Produce a test pattern (F5: Test Pattern 1).
2. Place the test pattern produced on the Original Glass and make a copy.
3. Make sure that dimension C on the copy of the test pattern falls within the specified
range. If it falls outside the specified range, perform the following adjustment procedure.
4. Enter Adjust function A4.
5. Change the setting value using the 1Key or 10Key as necessary (1 step equivalent to
0.5 mm).
If dimension C on the copy of the test pattern is longer than the specified range, decrease
the setting value.
If dimension C on the copy of the test pattern is shorter than the specified range, increase
the setting value.
✽ If one adjustment sequence does not bring the dimension into the required range, perform the sequence again.
6. Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
NOTE
If the Clear/Stop key is pressed to go back to the Basic screen without pressing the Start
key, the setting will be restored to the original value.
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4.
MISCELLANEOUS
4-1.
TORSION BAR POSITION ADJUSTMENT
NOTE
When an Automatic Document Feeder or Fax Unit is mounted on the copier, the position of
the torsion bar must be adjusted as detailed below.
1. Remove the Front Upper Cover and control panel.
2. Release and swing up the upper half of the copier.
3. Remove the torsion bar attachment plate.
4007D054AA
Torsion Bar Attachment Plate
4. Change the position of the torsion bar in the attachment plate as necessary.
Torsion Bar
4007D055AA
Hole
Copier Configuration
A
Factory setting or when the Original Cover is mounted
When the Fax Unit is mounted
B
When the Automatic Document Feeder is mounted
C
When both the Automatic Document Feeder and Fax Unit are mounted
5. Secure the torsion bar attachment plate into position.
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4-2.
REMOUNTING EEPROM (U21)
NOTES
• If the Control Board has been replaced, be sure to remount EEPROM (U21) from the old
to new Control Board.
• If the Control Board has been replaced and EEPROM (U21) has not been remounted, be
sure to make settings and readjustments as necessary because New EEPROM (U21)
contains no data in this case.
1. Remove the Control Board.
2. Remove EEPROM (U21) from the new Control Board.
3. Remove EEPROM (U21) from the old Control Board and remount it onto the new Control Board.
New EEPROM
New Control Board
A
Old Control Board
Old EEPROM
4007D056AA
NOTE
Note the alignment notch (A) on EEPROM (U21) when
mounting the IC.
A
4007D057AA
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FrameMaker Ver5.5E(PC) Di151 SWITCHES ON PWBs/TECH. REP. SETTINGS
2000.02.03
SWITCHES ON PWBs,
TECH. REP. SETTINGS
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2000.02.03
CONTENTS
1. CONTROL PANEL KEYS AND INDICATORS ................................................ S-1
1-1. Control Panel Keys .................................................................................. S-1
2. USER’S CHOICE MODE ................................................................................. S-5
2-1. Functions Available from the User’s Choice Mode .................................. S-5
2-2. User’s Choice Function Setting Procedure .............................................. S-5
2-3. Settings in the User’s Choice Mode ......................................................... S-6
3. TECH. REP. MODE ......................................................................................... S-10
3-1. Tech. Rep. Mode Function Tree .............................................................. S-10
3-2. Tech. Rep. Mode Setting Procedure ....................................................... S-11
(1) Display .............................................................................................S-11
(2) Function ........................................................................................... S-13
(3) Tech. Rep. Choice ........................................................................... S-15
(4) Adjust .............................................................................................S-17
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1.
1-1.
CONTROL PANEL KEYS AND INDICATORS
Control Panel Keys
1. Start Key
• Press to start a copy cycle.
2. Clear/Stop Key
• Press to cancel a copy operation.
• Press to reset the Copies setting to “1”.
• Press to return the zoom ratio setting to 100%.
• Press for three seconds to enable the total check function.
3. 1 Key
• Use to change the values for each setting.
4. 10 Key
• Use to change the values for each setting.
5. Copies/Function Key
• Use to change the Copies setting and the Function Mode settings.
6. Zoom Key
• Press to change the zoom ratio.
• Use to select the standard zoom ratio.
7. Exposure Control Key (Darker)
• Use to manually adjust the density of the document.Image will become darker by pressing this key.
8. Auto Exposure Mode Key
• Press to select either the Auto Exposure Mode, the Manual Exposure Mode or the Photo
Mode.
9. Exposure Control Key (Lighter)
• Use to manually adjust the density of the document.Image will become lighter by pressing this key.
• Press for three seconds enter the User's Choice mode.
10. Paper Select Key
• Press to select the drawer that contains the desired paper size.
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Inch Areas
1
C/
2
3
4
5
6
7
Auto/Photo
10
8
Sort
2in1-Sort
2in1-Non-Sort
Non-Sort
OHP
Card
9
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Metric Areas
1
C/
2
3
F1-F4
4
5
F1-F4
6
7
A/
10
8
2in1-Sort
Sort
2in1-Non-Sort
Non-Sort
Card
OHP
9
4007S002DA
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Others
1
C/
2
3
4
5
6
7
Auto/Photo
10
8
2in1-Sort
Sort
2in1-Non-Sort
Card
Non-Sort
OHP
9
4007S003CA
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2.
USER’S CHOICE MODE
• User’s Choice Mode is used to make various settings according to the user’s needs.
2-1.
Functions Available from the User’s Choice Mode
Code
Function
U1
Auto Panel Reset
U2
Sleep
U3
Code
Function
U8
Manual Feed Input Size
✽
U9
Density (Automatic Document
Feeder)
Disable Sleep
✽
U0
Function
U4
Exposure Mode Priority/Photo
Mode
✽
UA
Tray Priority (for Copier mode)
U5
Auto Exposure Level Priority
✽
Ub
Image Density (for Printer mode)
U6
Manual Exposure Level Priority
✽
UC
Tray Priority (for Printer mode)
U7
Paper Size Select
✽ Functions of U9 to UC are available on the display only when the copier is equipped with
the corresponding options as detailed below.
U9: Automatic Document Feeder (AF-8)
U0: Memory for Copier (16MB/32MB)
UA: Paper Feed Unit (PF-116)
Ub: Printer Controller (Pi1501)
UC: Paper Feed Unit (PF-116) and Printer Controller (Pi1501)
2-2.
User’s Choice Function Setting Procedure
<Setting Procedure>
1. On the copying mode screen, hold down the Exposure Control Lighter < key for about 3
sec. or more.
2. Using the 10Key and 1Key, select the appropriate choice code.
3. Press the Start key to show the current setting.
4. Using the 10Key and 1Key, select the appropriate choice data.
5. Press the Start key to validate the choice data entered.
<Exiting the Mode>
• Press the Clear/Stop key.
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2-3.
Settings in the User’s Choice Mode
Choice Code.
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Auto panel Reset>
Select the time it takes the Auto Panel Reset function, which resets
the panel settings when the set period of time elapses after a copy
cycle has been completed or the last key operated, to be activated.
U1
Data
Description
Data
Description
OF
Disabled
2
2min.
05
30sec.
3
3min.
1
1min.
4
4min.
<Sleep>
Set the time it takes the copier to enter the Power Save mode after the
copy cycle has been completed or the last key operated.
U2
NOTE
• The choice data “OF” may be selected when “Enabled” is selected
in “U3, Disable Sleep.”
Data
OF
1.......................... 15 ...................... 120
Description Disabled The data value is the time in min.
<Disable Sleep>
Select whether to enable the “OF” setting of Sleep.
U3
Data
1
2
Description
Disabled
Enabled
<Exposure Mode Priority/Photo Mode>
Select the priority exposure mode, either Text Auto Exposure, Text
Manual Exposure, or Photo Manual Exposure.
U4
Data
Description
Photo
LED
Exposure Level LED
1
Text Auto exposure
OFF
All ON
2
Photo Manual exposure
ON
U6 default setting ON
3
Text Manual exposure
OFF
U6 default setting ON
<Auto Exposure Priority>
Select the priority exposure level in the Auto Exposure mode.
U5
Data
0
1
2
Description
Darker
Standard
Lighter
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Choice Code
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Manual Exposure Level Priority>
Select the priority exposure level in the Manual Exposure mode.
Data
Description
4
Darker
Exposure Level LEDs
3
2
U6
1
Standard
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
Lighter
<Paper Size Select>
Select the paper size of the Paper Tray.
- Metric Areas U7
- Inch Areas -
Data
Description
Data
Description
1
A4L
1
Letter L
2
A5L
2
Legal L
3
Half Letter L
<Manual Feed Input Size>
Set the size of the paper of a nonstandard size to be used for Manual
Bypass feeding.
After the CD size has been set, press the Start key, which allows the
user to set the FD size.
- CD Size Data
U8
Description
13
128 - 134mm (5” - 5-1/4”)
14
135 - 144mm (5-1/4” - 5-3/4”)
15
145 - 154mm (5-3/4” - 6”)
16
155 - 164mm (6” - 6-1/2”)
17
165 - 174mm (6-1/2” - 6-3/4”)
18
175 - 184mm (7” - 7-1/4”)
19
185 - 194mm (7-1/4” - 7-3/4”)
20
195 - 204mm (7-3/4” - 8”)
21
205 - 216mm (8” - 8-1/4”)
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Choice Code
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Manual Feed Input Size>
- FD Size Data
U8
Description
18
182 - 184mm (7-1/4”)
19
185 - 194mm (7-1/4” - 7-3/4”)
20
195 - 204mm (7-3/4” - 8”)
21
205 - 214mm (8” - 8-1/2”)
22
215 - 224mm (8-1/2” - 8-3/4”)
23
225 - 234mm (8-3/4” - 9-1/4”)
24
235 - 244mm (9-1/4” - 9-1/2”)
25
245 - 254mm (9-3/4” - 10”)
26
255 - 264mm (10” - 10-1/2”)
27
265 - 274mm (10-1/2” - 10-3/4”)
28
275 - 284mm (10-3/4” - 11-1/4”)
29
285 - 294mm (11-1/4” - 11-1/2”)
30
295 - 304mm (11-1/2” - 12”)
31
305 - 314mm (12” - 12-1/4”)
32
315 - 324mm (12-1/2” - 12-3/4”)
33
325 - 334mm (12-3/4” - 13-1/4”)
34
335 - 344mm (13-1/4” - 13-1/2”)
35
345 - 356mm (13-1/2” - 13-3/4”)
<Density (Automatic Document Feeder)>
Select the copy image density level when the copier is equipped with
an Automatic Document Feeder.
U9
Data
Description
1
When the standard original (text original) is used.
2
For sharper reproduction of a faint original.
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Choice Code
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Function>
Select the priority Function mode.
U0
NOTES:
• If the copier is not equipped with an Automatic Document Feeder,
choice data of F1 and F2 only are available.
• If the copier is equipped with an Automatic Document Feeder, all of
the following choice data are available.
Data
Description
Data
Description
F1
Non-Sort
F1
Sort
F2
2in1 Non-Sort
F4
2in1 Sort
✽ The default setting is “F1” if the copier is not equipped with an Automatic Document Feeder.
<Tray Priority (for Copier mode)>
Select the priority paper source selected when the copier is turned
ON.
Data
UA
Description
1
Paper Tray
2
Paper Feed Unit (PF-116)
3
Paper Tray + Auto Tray Switching
4
Paper Feed Unit (PF-116) + Auto Tray Switching
<Image Density (for Printer mode)>
Select the image density level of printer outputs.
Ub
Data
3
2
Description Darker
1
0
-1
Standard
<Tray Priority (for Printer mode)>
Select the priority paper source for printer outputs.
Data
UC
Description
1
Auto selection
2
Paper Tray
3
Paper Feed Unit (PF-116)
S-9
-2
-3
Lighter
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3.
TECH. REP. MODE
• This mode is used by the Tech. Rep. to set, adjust, and/or program various service functions.
3-1.
Tech. Rep. Mode Function Tree
d1:
d3:
d4:
d5:
d6:
d7:
d8:
d9:
Display
F1:
F2:
F3:
F4:
F5:
F6:
FA:
Fb:
FE:
Paper Passage Test
Scanner Test
Original Passage Test
Scanner & Paper Passage Test
Test Pattern 1
Test Pattern 2
EEPROM Test
Sleep Mode Test
Original Scanning Position
Contamination Test (AF-8)
FF: Scanner Home Position
Function
TECH. REP. MODE
I/C Counter
LED Test
MIsfeed Counter
Copy Counter
PC Print Counter
ROM Version
Total Memory Size for Copier
Total Memory Size for Printer Controller
Tech. Rep. Choice
C1:
C2:
C3:
C6:
C8:
Marketing Area
Toner Empty Stop
Predrive
Data Clear
Exposure Lamp OFF Time Setting
A1: Zoom Adjustment in CD Direction (Copy)
A2: Zoom Adjustment in FD Direction (Copy)
A3: Registration Adjustment in CD
Direction (Copy)
A4: Registration Adjustment in FD
Direction (Copy)
A5: Zoom Adjustment in CD Direction (AF-8)
A6: Zoom Adjustment in FD Direction (AF-8)
A7: Registration Adjustment in CD
Direction (AF-8)
A8: Registration Adjustment in FD
Direction (AF-8)
A9: Registration Adjustment in CD
Direction (Paper Tray)
AA: Registration Adjustment in FD
Direction (Paper Tray)
Ab: Registration Adjustment in CD
Direction (PF-116)
AC: Registration Adjustment in FD
Direction (PF-116)
Adjust
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3-2.
Tech. Rep. Mode Setting Procedure
<Setting Procedure>
1. Press the following keys in this order:
Clear/Stop → Exposure Control Lighter (<) → Clear/Stop → Exposure Control Darker (>)
2. Press the 1Key until the desired Tech. Rep. sub-mode is reached. Sub-modes cycle as
follows:
Display “d”
Tech. Rep. Choice “C”
Function “F”
Adjust “A”
3. When the code that represents the desired sub-mode is displayed, press the Start key.
<Exiting the Mode>
• Press the Clear/Stop key.
(1)
Display
• Displays the count of each of different counters and makes some checks.
• The maximum value that can be displayed for the counter is 999,999.
<Procedure>
• Press the 1Key as necessary until “d” appears on the display.
• Press the Start key to let the copier start the sequence.
<Exiting the Mode>
• Press the Clear/Stop key.
Code
d1
Description
<I/C Counter>
Displays the count of the I/C counter.
Two digits each are displayed on the display, cycling through all digits
of the count as detailed below.
E.g.: 1234
d1
d3
d4
00
12
34
<LED Test>
Turns ON and flashes OFF and ON all LEDs on the control panel to
check for correct operation.
<Misfeed Counter>
Displays the count of the misfeed counter.
Two digits each are displayed on the display, cycling through all digits
of the count as detailed below.
E.g.: 12
d4
00
S-11
00
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Code
d5
Description
<Copy Counter>
Displays the count of the copy counter.
Two digits each are displayed on the display, cycling through all digits
of the count as detailed below.
E.g.: 12345
d5
d6
23
45
<PC Print Counter>
Displays the count of the PC print counter.
Two digits each are displayed on the display, cycling through all digits
of the count as detailed below.
E.g.: 12345
d6
d7
01
01
23
45
<ROM Version>
Displays the ROM version.
Two digits each are displayed on the display, cycling through all digits
of the ROM version number as detailed below.
E.g.: 1.00
d7
00
01
00
<Total Memory Size for Copier>
Displays the capacity of the copier memory.
d8
Display
08
24
40
Capacity (MB)
0
16
32
<Total Memory Size for Printer Controller>
Displays the capacity of the printer controller memory.
d9
Display
08
16
32
Capacity (MB)
0
16
32
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(2)
Function
• Allows the Tech. Rep. to run paper passage and other tests.
<Procedure>
1. Press the 1Key as necessary until “F” appears on the display.
2. Press the Start key to let the copier start the sequence.
<Exiting the Mode>
• Press the Clear/Stop key.
Code
Description
F1
<Paper Passage Test>
Checks for correct paper passage.
<Procedure>
1. Select the paper source before entering the Tech. Rep. mode
(when the copier is equipped with a Paper Feed Unit).
2. Press the Start key to let the copier start the paper passage
sequence.
3. Press the Clear/Stop key to stop the sequence.
F2
<Scanner Test>
Checks to see if the Exposure Lamp turns ON properly and the Scanner operates correctly.
<Procedure>
1. Press the Start key. This turns ON the Exposure Lamp and lets
the Scanner make a scan motion.
2. Press the Clear/Stop key to stop the operation.
F3
<Original Passage Test>
Checks the Automatic Document Feeder for correct document passage.
<Procedure>
1. Place paper on the Document Feed Tray.
2. Press the Start key to let the Automatic Document Feeder start
the document take-up and feeding sequence.
F4
<Scanner & Paper Passage Test>
Checks to see if the Scanner operates properly and paper is fed
through the copier correctly.
<Procedure>
1. Place the original on the Original Glass.
2. Press the Start key. This turns ON the Exposure Lamp and lets
the Scanner make a scan motion.
3. A copy is produced.
4. Press the Clear/Stop key to stop the operation.
F5
<Test Pattern 1>
Produces a test pattern for adjusting the Paper Tray for correct alignment and registration in the main scanning and sub-scanning directions.
F6
<Test Pattern 2>
Produces a halftone pattern.
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Code
Description
<EEPROM Test>
Checks EEPROM to determine if it is fully operational or not.
FA
Display
00
FF
Description
OK
NG
Fb
<Sleep Mode>
Carries out a test for Sleep function.
FE
<Original Scanning Position Contamination Test (AF-8)>
Checks the Automatic Document Feeder original scanning position
(Original Glass) for contamination.
<Procedure>
1. Place A4 blank paper on the original scanning part.
2. Press the Start key to let the copier produce a copy.
3. Check the copy for possible contamination.
FF
<Scanner Home Position>
Moves the Scanner to its home position.
Used to lock the Scanner in position when the copier is to be moved.
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Tech. Rep. Choice
• Allows the Tech. Rep. to make the settings for the various service functions.
<Procedure>
1. Press the 1Key as necessary to select the desired Tech. Rep. Choice code.
2. Press the Start key to validate the choice code.
3. Using the 10Key and 1Key, select the choice data.
4. Press the Start key to validate the choice data setting (C1 to C3).
<Exiting the Mode>
• Press the Clear/Stop key.
Choice Code
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Marketing Area>
Select the display options for paper sizes and fixed zoom ratios
according to the applicable marketing areas.
C1
Data
0
1
Description
Metric areas
Inch areas
Default: 0 (Metric areas)/1 (Inch areas)
C2
C3
<Toner Empty Stop>
Select whether or not to inhibit the initiation of a new copy cycle after
a toner-empty condition has been detected.
Data
0
1
Description
Copying permitted
Copying inhibited
<Predrive>
Select whether or not to stop predrive of the Fusing Rollers when the
Start key is pressed.
Data
0
1
Description
Predrive disabled
Predrive enabled
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Choice Code
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Data Clear>
Use to clear the counters and initialize the various types of setting
data.
<Procedure>
1. Using the 10Key and 1Key, select the desired function.
2. Press the Start key to validate the selected function (counter or
setting data).
3. Turn OFF and ON the Power Switch. (This completes the clearing
of the data.)
C6
C8
NOTES
• “9” or “A” can be selected when the Auto Exposure Mode key is
pressed.
• “A” is selected when clearing all counters at once (C6-1 to -7).
Data
Description
Data
Description
0
None
7
PM counter
1
I/C counter
8
Use’s/Tech. Rep. Choice
4
Misfeed counter
9
Adjust
5
Copy counter
A
All counters
6
PC print counter
<Exposure Lamp OFF Time Setting>
Select the time it takes the Exposure Lamp to turn OFF after a copy
cycle has been completed.
Data
0
1
2
Description
30 sec.
20 sec.
3 min.
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Adjust
• Used for adjustments to be made before shipment at the factory.
<Procedure>
1. Press the 1Key as necessary to select the desired Adjust code.
2. Press the Start key to validate the Adjust code. At the same time, currently set data is
displayed.
3. Using the 10Key and 1Key, change the data.
4. Press the Start key to validate the data setting.
<Exiting the Mode>
• Press the Clear/Stop key.
Adjust Code
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Zoom Adjustment in CD Direction (Copy)>
Adjust the zoom ratio in the CD direction on the IR side (for copies).
A1
Data
45................................. 50 ................................ 55
Description Smaller
Greater
<Zoom Adjustment in FD Direction (Copy)>
Adjust the zoom ratio in the FD direction on the IR side (for copies).
A2
Data
45................................. 50 ................................ 55
Description Smaller
Greater
<Registration Adjustment in CD Direction (Copy)>
Adjust registration in the CD direction on the IR side (for copies).
A3
Data
40................................. 50 ................................ 60
Description -5.0mm
±0
+5.0mm
<Registration Adjustment in FD Direction (Copy)>
Adjust registration in the FD direction on the IR side (for copies).
A4
Data
46................................. 50 ................................ 60
Description -3.0mm
A5
±0
+5.0mm
<Zoom Adjustment in CD Direction (AF-8)>
Adjust the zoom ratio in the CD direction on the IR side (when the
Automatic Document Feeder is used).
Data
45................................. 50 ................................ 55
Description Smaller
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Adjust Code
A6
Setting (The default is Highlighted ).
<Zoom Adjustment in FD Direction (AF-8)>
Adjust the zoom ratio in the FD direction on the IR side (when the
Automatic Document Feeder is used).
Data
45................................. 50 ................................ 55
Description Smaller
A7
<Registration Adjustment in CD Direction (AF-8)>
Adjust registration in the CD direction on the IR side (when the Automatic Document Feeder is used).
Data
40................................. 50 ................................ 60
Description -5.0mm
A8
Data
Data
+5.0mm
43................................. 50 ................................ 57
±0
+3.5mm
<Registration Adjustment in FD Direction (Paper Tray)>
Adjust registration in the FD direction on the engine side (when the
Paper Tray is used).
Data
43................................. 50 ................................ 57
±0
+3.5mm
<Registration Adjustment in CD Direction (PF-116)>
Adjust registration in the CD direction on the engine side (when the
Paper Feed Unit is used).
Data
43................................. 50 ................................ 57
Description -3.5mm
AC
±0
<Registration Adjustment in CD Direction (Paper Tray)>
Adjust registration in the CD direction on the engine side (when the
Paper Tray is used).
Description -3.5mm
Ab
+5.0mm
40................................. 50 ................................ 60
Description -3.5mm
AA
±0
<Registration Adjustment in FD Direction (AF-8)>
Adjust registration in the FD direction on the IR side (when the Automatic Document Feeder is used).
Description -5.0mm
A9
Greater
±0
+3.5mm
<Registration Adjustment in FD Direction (PF-116)>
Adjust registration in the FD direction on the engine side (when the
Paper Feed Unit is used).
Data
43................................. 50 ................................ 57
Description -3.5mm
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±0
+3.5mm
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CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................T-1
1-1. Reading the Text ..................................................................................... T-1
2. PAPER TRANSPORT FAILURE ..................................................................... T-2
2-1. Paper Misfeed .......................................................................................... T-2
2-2. Size Error ................................................................................................. T-2
2-3. Misfeed Detection Sensor Layout ............................................................ T-3
2-4. Types of Misfeed Detection and Detection Timings ................................ T-3
2-5. Misfeed Clearing Procedures .................................................................. T-4
(1) Copier/Manual Bypass Paper Take-Up Misfeed ............................. T-4
(2) Transport Misfeed ............................................................................ T-5
(3) Exit Misfeed ..................................................................................... T-6
(4) PF-116 Paper Take-Up Misfeed ...................................................... T-7
3. MALFUNCTIONS ............................................................................................ T-8
3-1. Detection Timing Classified by Malfunction Code ................................... T-8
3-2. Troubleshooting Procedures .................................................................... T-10
(1) C0000: Main Motor’s Failure to Turn ............................................... T-10
(2) C0045: Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor’s Failure to Turn
C0049: PH Section Cooling Fan Motor’s Failure to Turn ................ T-11
(3) C0200: HV Output Failure ............................................................... T-12
(4) C0500: Warm-up Failure
C0510: Abnormally Low Fusing Temperature
C0520: Abnormally High Fusing Temperature ................................ T-13
(5) C0650: Scanner Motor’s Failure to Turn, Scanner Home Position
Sensor Malfunction .......................................................................... T-14
(6) C14A3: Exposure Lamp Malfunction ............................................... T-15
(7) C1200: System Memory Failure
C1300: Polygon Motor Malfunction
C133B: Option Communications Error
C13F0: SOS Detection Failure
C1468: Hardware (EEPROM) Malfunction ...................................... T-16
(8) Power Failure .................................................................................. T-17
4. IMAGE FAILURE .............................................................................................T-18
4-1. Image Failure Troubleshooting ................................................................ T-18
4-2. Initial Checks ........................................................................................... T-18
4-3. Troubleshooting Procedures Classified by Image Failure ....................... T-19
(1) Blank copy ....................................................................................... T-20
(2) Black copy ....................................................................................... T-20
(3) Low image density ........................................................................... T-21
(4) Foggy background ........................................................................... T-21
(5) Black streaks or bands .................................................................... T-22
(6) Black spots ...................................................................................... T-22
(7) Blank streaks or bands .................................................................... T-23
(8) Void areas ....................................................................................... T-23
(9) Smear on back ................................................................................ T-24
(10) Uneven image density ..................................................................... T-24
(11) Gradation reproduction failure ......................................................... T-25
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(13) Periodically uneven image ............................................................... T-26
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INTRODUCTION
1-1.
Reading the Text
1. The paper transport failure troubleshooting procedures are given according to the
symptom. First, identify the location of the paper is present and start the procedure for
that particular location. For malfunction troubleshooting, start with step 1 and onward.
2. Make checks in the numerical order of steps and, if an item is checked okay, go to the
next step.
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Step
Check
Result
Action
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
~
YES
~
1
~
YES
~
NO
~
2
2
Go to step 2 if you answered No.
Go to step 2 if it checks okay.
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PAPER TRANSPORT FAILURE
2-1.
Paper Misfeed
When a paper misfeed occurs, the display shows both the misfeed location and paper location.
Lit
Misfeed/Paper Location
Action Ref. Item
Copier paper take-up
2-5. (1)
PC
Manual bypass paper take-up
2-5. (1)
PF-116 paper take-up
2-5. (4)
J2
Transport
2-5. (2)
J3
Exit
2-5. (3)
AF-8
See the relevant option
service manual.
J8
OP
✽
✽
✽ When the option is mounted.
<Resetting misfeed display>
Misfeed in the copier
Misfeed in the option
2-2.
Open the relevant door, remove the misfeed and
paper left inside, and close the door.
Size Error
When a size error occurs, the display gives a warning code.
Warning Code
Size Error
H2
The paper size setting on the paper source does not match the size
of the paper actually loaded.
<Resetting error display>
Press the Clear/Stop key.
<Causes of a size error>
• Wrong paper size setting is made on the paper source.
• User loads paper of a wrong size in the paper source.
• Double feeding of paper occurs.
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Misfeed Detection Sensor Layout
Paper Exit Sensor PS3
Paper Take-Up Sensor PS1
4007T001AA
2-4.
Types of Misfeed Detection and Detection Timings
• The following lists the types of misfeed detection and detection timings for different misfeed locations within the copier.
• The symbols “L” (for the leading edge) and “T” (for the trailing edge) given in ( ) indicate
the particular edge of the paper detected by the sensor.
NOTE
For the types of misfeed detection and detection timings of options, see the relevant option
service manual.
<Copier/Manual Bypass Paper Take-Up Misfeed>
Type
Paper take-up failure detection
Detection Start
Paper Take-Up Solenoid
energized
Detection
Paper Take-Up Sensor (L)
<Transport Misfeed>
Type
Trailing edge detection by Paper
Take-Up Sensor
Detection Start
Detection
Paper Take-Up Sensor (L) Paper Take-Up Sensor (T)
Leading edge detection by Paper Paper Take-Up Sensor (L) Paper Exit Sensor (L)
Exit Sensor
<Exit Misfeed>
Type
Trailing edge detection by Paper
Exit Sensor
Detection Start
Detection
Paper Take-Up Sensor (T) Paper Exit Sensor (T)
<Size Error>
Type
Size error detection
Detection Start
Detection
Paper Take-Up Sensor (L) Paper length calculated
based on the time it takes
Paper Take-Up Sensor to
detect (T).
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Misfeed Clearing Procedures
Copier/Manual Bypass Paper Take-Up Misfeed
Relevant Electrical Parts
Paper Take-Up Sensor PS1
Paper Take-Up Solenoid SL1
Master Board PWB-A
CN2
SL1
2
1
1
2
PJ3A-1(DC24V)
PJ3A-2(FEED1)
CN3
PJ8A-1(ANODE PS1)
PJ8A-2(GND)
PJ8A-3(PS1 ON)
3
2
1
PJ4
3
2
1
1
2
3
PS1
PWB-A
4007C02TAB
Copier/Manual Bypass Paper Take-Up Misfeed Clearing Procedure
• Paper is not taken up at all.
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Paper meets product specifications.
NO
Change paper.
2
Paper is curled, wavy, or damp.
YES
Change paper.
Advise user on correct
paper storage.
3
Paper Take-Up Roll is deformed, worn, or has
paper dust.
YES
Clean or change.
4
Paper Take-Up Solenoid operation: the voltage
across PJ3A-2 on the Master Board and GND
is DC24 V (solenoid deenergized) and DC0 V
(instantaneously) (solenoid energized) when
the Start key is pressed.
YES
Change solenoid.
NO
Change Master Board.
Paper Take-Up Sensor operation: the voltage
across PJ8A-3 on the Master Board and GND
is DC5 V (sensor unblocked) and DC0 V (sensor blocked).
YES
Change Master Board.
NO
Correct actuator.
Change sensor.
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Transport Misfeed
Relevant Electrical Parts
Paper Take-Up Sensor PS1
Paper Exit Sensor PS3
Master Board PWB-A
CN3
PJ8A-1(ANODE PS1)
PJ8A-2(GND)
PJ8A-3(PS1 ON)
3
2
1
1
2
3
PJ4
3
2
1
PS1
PJ5
PJ8A-4(ANODE PS3)
PJ8A-5(GND)
PJ8A-6(PS3 ON)
3
2
1
PS3
PWB-A
4007C03TAB
Transport Misfeed Clearing Procedure
• Paper has stopped near the PC Drum.
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Transport Roller is dirty, deformed, or worn.
YES
Clean or change.
2
Pre-Image Transfer Guide Plate is dirty or
deformed.
YES
Clean or change.
3
Image Transfer Roller is dirty, deformed, or
worn.
YES
Clean or change.
4
PC Drum Paper Separator Fingers are dirty or
deformed.
YES
Clean. Or, change I/C.
• Paper has stopped at the Fusing Unit.
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Fusing Guide Plate is dirty or deformed.
YES
Clean or change.
2
Fusing Roller is dirty, deformed, or worn.
YES
Clean or change.
3
Fusing Roller Paper Separator Fingers are
dirty, deformed, or worn.
YES
Clean, correct, or change.
4
Paper Exit Sensor operation: the voltage
across PJ8A-6 on the Master Board and GND
is DC0 V (sensor unblocked) and DC5 V (sensor blocked).
YES
Change Master Board.
NO
Correct actuator.
Change sensor.
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Exit Misfeed
Relevant Electrical Parts
Paper Exit Sensor PS3
Master Board PWB-A
PJ5
PJ8A-4(ANODE PS3)
PJ8A-5(GND)
PJ8A-6(PS3 ON)
3
2
1
PS3
PWB-A
4007C04TAB
Exit Misfeed Clearing Procedure
• Paper has stopped at the exit section.
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Paper Exit Roller rotation
NO
Correct drive coupling.
2
Paper Exit Roller is dirty, deformed, or worn.
YES
Clean or change.
3
Paper Exit Sensor operation: the voltage
across PJ8A-6 on the Master Board and GND
is DC0 V (sensor unblocked) and DC5 V (sensor blocked).
YES
Change Master Board.
NO
Correct actuator.
Change sensor.
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PF-116 Paper Take-Up Misfeed
Relevant Electrical Parts
Paper Take-Up Sensor PS1
Paper Take-Up Solenoid SL5
Master Board PWB-A
CN3 PJ4
PJ8A-1(ANODE PS1)
PJ8A-2(GND)
PJ8A-3(PS1 ON)
CN2
SL5
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
1
2
3
3
2
1
PS1
CN15
A
B
7 7
6 6
14 7
13 6
1 1
1 1
PJ11A-7(DC24V)
PJ11A-8(FEED2)
PWB-A
4007C05TAB
PF-116 Paper Take-Up Misfeed Clearing Procedure
• Paper is not taken up at all.
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Paper meets product specifications.
NO
Change paper.
2
Paper is curled, wavy, or damp.
YES
Change paper.
Advise user on correct
paper storage.
3
Paper Take-Up Roll is deformed, worn, or has
paper dust.
YES
Clean or change.
4
Paper Transport Roller is deformed, worn, or
has paper dust.
YES
Clean or change.
5
Paper Take-Up Solenoid operation: the voltage
across PJ11A-8 on the Master Board and GND
is DC24 V (solenoid deenergized) and DC0 V
(instantaneously) (solenoid energized) when
the Start key is pressed.
YES
Change solenoid.
NO
Change Master Board.
Paper Take-Up Sensor operation: the voltage
across PJ8A-3 on the Master Board and GND
is DC5 V (sensor unblocked) and DC0 V (sensor blocked).
YES
Change Master Board.
NO
Correct actuator.
Change sensor.
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MALFUNCTIONS
The copier’s CPU is equipped with a self-diagnostic function that, on detecting a malfunction, gives the corresponding malfunction code on the display.
Resetting a Malfunction
• Turn OFF and then ON the power switch.
3-1.
Code
Detection Timing Classified by Malfunction Code
Description
C0000 Main Motor’s failure to
turn
Detection Timing
• The Lock signal does not go LOW within 1 s after
the motor has been energized.
• The Lock signal remains HIGH for continuous 0.1 s
or more while the motor remains energized.
C0045 Fusing Section Cooling A voltage of 0.3 V or less is detected for a continuous
Fan Motor’s failure to turn 1 s period while the motor remains energized.
C0049 PH Section Cooling Fan
Motor’s failure to turn
A voltage of 0.35 V or less is detected for a continuous
0.5 s period while the motor remains energized.
C0200 HV output failure
• The drum charge monitor voltage is lower than 4.5 V
when the power switch is turned ON.
• The drum charge monitor voltage remains 4.5 V or
more when the drum charge output is turned ON.
• The image transfer monitor voltage is 0.5 V or more
immediately before the image transfer output is
turned ON.
• The image transfer monitor voltage does not
increase 0.5 V or more within 40 ms after the image
transfer output is turned ON.
C0500 Warm-up failure
• During the period from 12 s to 30 s after the start of
the warm-up cycle, a condition of small temperature
difference from the temperature at the start of the
warm-up cycle is detected for a 50 ms period.
• The temperature detected by the Thermistor does
not reach the set level within 120 s after the start of
the warm-up cycle.
C0510 Abnormally low fusing
temperature
• The temperature detected by the Thermistor
remains lower than 94 °C for a continuous 50 ms
period while the copier is in the standby state.
• The temperature detected by the Thermistor
remains lower than 110 °C for a continuous 50 ms
period during a copy cycle.
C0520 Abnormally high fusing
temperature
The temperature detected by the Thermistor remains
higher than 240 °C for a continuous 50 ms period
while fusing temperature control is in progress.
The Scanner Home Position Sensor is not activated
C0650 Scanner Motor’s failure
within a given period of time after the Scanner Motor
to turn, Scanner Home
Position Sensor malfunc- has been energized.
tion
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Code
Description
Detection Timing
C1200 System memory failure
A memory test error is detected during the power-on
initialization procedure.
C1300 Polygon Motor malfunction
• During the period 6 s after the Polygon Motor has
been energized, a cluster of 56 or more SOS signals output for a 20 ms period is detected five consecutive times.
• After the lapse of 6 s after the Polygon Motor has
been energized, a cluster of below 43 or above 56
SOS signals output for a 20 ms period is detected
five consecutive times.
• No SOS signal is detected during the period from
the start of laser emission to the deenergization of
the Polygon Motor.
C13F0 SOS detection failure
C133B Option communications
error
The Controller Board is not detected within 5 s after
the start of a print cycle.
C1468 Hardware (EEPROM)
malfunction
An EEPROM read/write error occurs during the poweron initialization procedure.
C14A3 Exposure Lamp malfunc- The intensity level of the Exposure Lamp does not station
bilize within a given period of time.
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Troubleshooting Procedures
C0000: Main Motor’s Failure to Turn
Relevant Electrical Parts
Main Motor M1
Master Board PWB-A
PWB-A
PJ3
M1
1
2
3
4
PJ6A-1(GND)
PJ6A-2(DC24V)
PJ6A-3(M1 ON)
PJ6A-4(M1 LOCK)
4007C06TAB
C0000
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Main Motor turns after the malfunction has
been reset.
NO
Correct drive.
2
Main Motor operation: the voltage across
PJ6A-3 on the Master Board and GND is DC5
V (motor deenergized) and DC0 V (motor energized) after the malfunction has been reset.
NO
Change Master Board.
3
The voltage across PJ6A-4 on the Master
Board and GND is DC5 V (motor deenergized)
and DC0 V (motor energized) after the malfunction has been reset.
YES
Change Master Board.
NO
Change motor.
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C0045: Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor’s Failure to Turn
C0049: PH Section Cooling Fan Motor’s Failure to Turn
Relevant Electrical Parts
M5
Power Supply Board PU1
Master Board PWB-A
PJ13A-1(M5 REM)
PJ13A-2(DC24V)
PWB-A
PJ14A-1(FAN)
Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor M3
PH Section Cooling Fan Motor M5
PU1
M3
CN7-1
CN7-2
PJ31-11
4007C07TAB
C0045
Step
Check
Result
1
Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor operation:
the voltage across CN7-2 on the Power Supply
Board and GND is DC24 V after the malfunction has been reset.
NO
Change Power Supply
Board.
Action
2
Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor operation:
the voltage across CN7-1 on the Power Supply
Board and GND is DC1.2 V (during high-speed
rotation) and DC12 V (during low-speed rotation) after the malfunction has been reset.
YES
Change motor.
NO
Change Power Supply
Board.
Change Master Board.
Check
Result
C0049
Step
Action
1
PH Section Cooling Fan Motor operation: the
voltage across PJ13A-2 on the Master Board
and GND is DC24 V after the malfunction has
been reset.
NO
2
PH Section Cooling Fan Motor operation: the
voltage across PJ13A-1 on the Master Board
and GND is DC1 V (motor energized) and
DC24 V (motor deenergized) after the malfunction has been reset.
YES
Change motor.
NO
Change Master Board.
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Change Master Board.
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C0200: HV Output Failure
Relevant Electrical Parts
High Voltage Unit HV1
Master Board PWB-A
PJ10HV-11
PJ10HV-10
PJ10HV-9
PJ10HV-8
PJ10HV-7
PJ10HV-6
PJ10HV-5
PJ10HV-4
PJ10HV-3
PJ10HV-2
PJ10HV-1
PJ4A-1(DC5V)
PJ4A-2(SS_H/L_CTL)
PJ4A-3(T_VR)
PJ4A-4(HV_REM)
PJ4A-5(T_MON)
PJ4A-6(B_MON)
PJ4A-7(B_REM)
PJ4A-8(C_REM)
PJ4A-9(C_MON)
PJ4A-10(GND)
PJ4A-11(DC24V)
PWB-A
Drum
Charg
HV1
Developing
Bias
Seal
Bias
Toner Blade
Bias
4007C09TAB
Image Transfer
C0200
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
High Voltage Unit operation: the voltage across
PJ4A-4 on the Master Board and GND is DC24
V after the malfunction has been reset.
YES
Change High Voltage Unit.
2
Proper connection between the High Voltage
Unit and Master Board.
YES
Change Master Board.
NO
Correct connection.
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C0500: Warm-up Failure
C0510: Abnormally Low Fusing Temperature
C0520: Abnormally High Fusing Temperature
Relevant Electrical Parts
Power Supply Board PU1
Master Board PWB-A
Fusing Heater Lamp H1
Thermoswitch TS1
Thermistor TH1
PJ7A-1(DC24V IN)
PJ14A-3(H1 REM)
CN14
1 1
2 2
TS1
ST3
PWB-A
ST4
PJ2A-2(DC5V)
PJ2A-1(TH1 ON)
H1
PJ31-1
PJ31-10
PU1
TH1
CN1
1 1
2 2
4007C08TAB
C0500, C0510
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Fusing Heater Lamp turns ON after the malfunction has been reset.
YES
Correct Thermistor for
mounting position and/or
clean.
2
Thermistor operation: resistance across CN1-1
and 2 on the Fusing Unit side is infinite, as
measured with CN1 disconnected.
YES
Change Thermistor.
3
Thermoswitch and Fusing Heater Lamp operation: there is continuity across CN14-1 and 2
on the Fusing Unit side, as measured with
CN14 disconnected.
NO
Change Thermoswitch.
Change Fusing Heater
Lamp.
4
The voltage across PJ14A-3 on the Master
Board and GND is DC0 V (Fusing Heater
Lamp ON) and DC24 V (Fusing Heater Lamp
OFF) after the malfunction has been reset.
YES
Change Power Supply
Board.
Change Fuse 2 of Power
Supply Board.
NO
Change Master Board.
C0520
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Thermistor installed at the correct position.
NO
Correct.
2
Thermistor contaminated.
YES
Clean.
3
The circuit across CN1-1 and 2 on the Fusing
Unit side is shorted as checked with CN1 disconnected.
YES
Change Thermistor.
NO
Change Master Board.
Change Power Supply
Board.
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C0650: Scanner Motor’s Failure to Turn, Scanner Home Position Sensor Malfunction
Relevant Electrical Parts
Scanner Motor M6
Scanner Home Position Sensor PS5
M6
PS5
JP9-1(A)
JP9-2(A/)
JP9-3(B)
JP9-4(B/)
JP14-1(PS5 ON)
JP14-2(GND)
JP14-3(GND)
JP14-4(Power)
Control Board PWB-I
PJ31-1(DC24V)
PJ31-3(DC15V)
PJ31-5(DC-9V)
PJ31-7(GND)
JP7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PJ32-2(DC5V)
PJ32-3(DC5V)
PJ32-4(GND)
PJ32-6(DC5V REM/SLP)
PJ32-7(DC24V REM/SLP)
PU1
JP5
PWB-I
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PJ1A-1
PJ1A-2
PJ1A-3
PJ1A-4
PJ1A-5
PJ1A-6
PJ1A-7
PJ1A-8
PJ1A-9
PJ1A-10
PJ1A-11
PJ1A-12
PWB-A
JP6
2
1
PJ18A-1(GND)
PJ18A-2(VIDEO)
4007C10TAC
C0650
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Scanner movement after the malfunction has
been reset
YES
To step 4
2
Scanner motion as it is moved manually
NO
Correct drive coupling.
Install belt.
3
Proper JP9 connector connection of Control
Board
YES
Change Scanner Motor.
Change Control Board.
NO
Correct connections.
4
Scanner Home Position Sensor operation: the
voltage across JP14-1 on the Control Board
and GND is DC0 V (sensor unblocked) and
DC3 V (sensor blocked) after the malfunction
has been reset.
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YES
Change Control Board.
NO
Change sensor.
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C14A3: Exposure Lamp Malfunction
Relevant Electrical Parts
Scanner
Scanner Interface Board PWB-S
Control Board PWB-I
JP5
PJ31-1(DC24V)
PJ31-3(DC15V)
PJ31-5(DC-9V)
PJ31-7(GND)
JP7
PJ32-2(DC5V)
PJ32-3(DC5V)
PJ32-4(GND)
PJ32-6(DC5V REM/SLP)
PJ32-7(DC24V REM/SLP)
PU1
PWB-I
JP8-1(LA1 REM)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PJ1A-1
PJ1A-2
PJ1A-3
PJ1A-4
PJ1A-5
PJ1A-6
PJ1A-7
PJ1A-8
PJ1A-9
PJ1A-10
PJ1A-11
PJ1A-12
PWB-A
Connector
CN1
1 2 3 4
JP2
LA1
CN2 CN2
1
2
1
2
CN1
CN1
PWB-S
Flat Cable
4007C11TAC
Scanner
C14A3
Step
1
Check
Proper connections between the Scanner,
Scanner Interface Board, and Control Board
T-15
Result
Action
YES
Change Scanner Interface
Board.
Change Control Board.
Change Scanner.
NO
Correct connections.
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C1200: System Memory Failure
C1300: Polygon Motor Malfunction
C133B: Option Communications Error
C13F0: SOS Detection Failure
C1468: Hardware (EEPROM) Malfunction
• These malfunctions are detected mainly when there is a fault occurring in software, hardware, or communications.
Code
Action
C1200 1. Reset the malfunction.
2. If the malfunction is detected again, check the Control Board and Memory
Board for proper connections.
3. If connections are okay, change the Control Board and/or Memory Board.
C1300, 1. Reset the malfunction.
C13F0 2. If the malfunction is detected again, check the harness between, and PJ connections on, the PH Unit and Master Board.
3. If connections are okay, change the PH Unit and Master Board.
C133B 1. Reset the malfunction.
2. If the malfunction is detected again, check the Control Board and the controller board.
3. If connections are okay, change the Control Board and the controller board.
C1468 1. Run “FA” of Function.
2. If it has not been checked okay (“FF” appears on the display), change the
EEPROM on the Control Board. If it has been checked okay (“00” appears on
the display), change the Control Board itself.
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Power Failure
Relevant Electrical Parts
Control Board PWB-I
Master Board PWB-A
Power Supply Board PU1
Power Switch S1
Upper Unit Interlock Switch S2
PJ30-2(DC24V OUT)
S2
PU1
ST2
PWB-A
ST1
Plug
in
L
N
G
1
2
L
N
PJ7A-1 (DC24V IN)
PJ7A-2 (GND)
PJ7A-3 (GND)
PJ7A-4 (DC5V)
S1
PJ31-1 (DC24V)
PJ31-3 (DC15V)
PJ31-4 (DC15V)
PJ31-5 (DC-9V)
PJ31-6 (DC-9V)
PJ31-7 (GND)
PJ31-8 (GND)
GND
PJ17A-2 (DC15V IN)
PJ17A-1 (DC-9V IN)
PWB-I
JP7-1 (DC24V IN)
JP7-2 (DC5V)
JP7-3 (DC5V)
JP7-4 (DC15V)
JP7-5 (DC-9V)
JP7-6 (GND)
JP7-7 (GND)
JP7-8 (DC5V REM/SLP)
JP7-9 (DC24V REM/SLP)
PJ32-1 (DC5V)
PJ32-2 (DC5V)
PJ32-3 (DC5V)
PJ32-4 (GND)
PJ32-5 (GND)
PJ32-6 (DC5V REM/SLP)
PJ32-7 (DC24V REM/SLP)
4007C12TAC
• Power failure
Step
Check
Result
1
No power is supplied when the Power Switch is
turned ON.
Blown Fuse 1 of the Power Supply Board.
YES
Change Fuse 1 of Power
Supply Board.
NO
Change Power Switch.
Change Power Supply
Board.
Only the display and Fusing Section Cooling
Fan Motor operate.
The voltage across PJ30-2 on the Power Supply Board and GND is DC24 V when the Power
Switch is turned ON.
YES
Change Upper Unit Interlock Switch.
Change Control Board.
Change Master Board.
NO
Change Power Supply
Board.
Only the Fusing Section Cooling Fan Motor
operates.
The voltage across JP7-2/3 on the Control
Board and GND is DC5 V when the Power
Switch is turned ON.
YES
Change Control Board.
NO
Change Power Supply
Board.
Only the display and Scanner operate.
The voltage across PJ7A-4 on the Master
Board and GND is DC5 V when the Power
Switch is turned ON.
YES
Change Master Board.
NO
Change Power Supply
Board.
2
3
4
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4.
IMAGE FAILURE
4-1.
Image Failure Troubleshooting
• In this chapter, troubleshooting is divided into “initial checks” and “troubleshooting procedures classified by image failures.”
• If any image failure has occurred, first make the initial checks; then proceed to the corresponding image failure troubleshooting procedure.
4-2.
Initial Checks
• Determine if the failure is attributable to a basic cause or causes.
Section
Step
Check
Result
Installation
site
1
See “PRECAUTIONS FOR
INSTALLATION” in GENERAL.
NO
Paper
2
Recommended paper used.
NO
Instruct user.
3
Paper is damp.
YES
Change paper.
Instruct user in paper storage.
4
Original not flat
YES
Correct original.
5
The original is written in light
pencil.
YES
Instruct user.
6
The original is transparent
(OHP transparencies, etc.).
YES
Instruct user.
7
Original Glass is dirty and
scratched.
YES
Clean or change.
8
The PM parts, as they relate
to image formation, have
reached the end of cleaning/
replacement cycles.
YES
Clean or change. (See the PM
list.)
Original
PM parts
Action
Change the installation site.
• Determine if the failure is attributable to an input system (IR) or output system (engine)
fault.
Check
Copy made at a reduced
ratio.
Result
Full-size copy
Cause
Reduced copy
Input
system
Original
4007T002AA
Full-size copy
Reduced copy
Output
system
1177T03YA
4007T003AA
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4-3.
Troubleshooting Procedures Classified by Image Failure
• Image Failure Samples
1. Blank copy
2. Black copy
3. Low image density
4. Foggy background
5. Black streaks or bands
6. Black spots
7. Blank streaks or bands
8. Void areas
9. Smear on back
10. Uneven image density
11. Gradation reproduction failure 12. Rough image
13. Periodically uneven image
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Blank copy
Section
Step
Result
Action
There is drive to the Imaging
Cartridge (I/C).
NO
Correct or change drive coupling.
2
I/C shutter opens and closes
(at the PC Drum).
NO
Correct.
3
Laser shutter (located in the
laser beam path between the
PH Unit and PC Drum) opens
and closes.
NO
Correct.
4
The image transfer current terminal is free of dirt and connected properly.
YES
Change the High Voltage Unit.
Change PH Unit.
Change Master Board.
Change Image Transfer Roller.
NO
Clean or connect correctly.
1
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected. Flat cables are connected.
YES
Change the Scanner Interface
Board.
Change Control Board.
Change Scanner.
NO
Connect.
Engine
IR
(2)
Check
1
Black copy
Section
Step
Check
Result
1
The drum charge voltage terminal is dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Black copy is still produced
even after the I/C has been
replaced.
YES
Change High Voltage Unit.
Change Master Board.
3
Wiring between the PH Unit
and Master Board is connected.
YES
Change the PH Unit.
Change Master Board.
1
Exposure Lamp is ON.
NO
See troubleshooting procedure for malfunction code
C14A3.
☞ T-15
2
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Scanner.
Change Control Board.
NO
Connect.
Engine
IR
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Low image density
Section
Engine
Step
Result
Action
1
Toner has run out.
YES
Change I/C.
2
The image transfer current terminal is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
The Image Transfer Roller is
deteriorated.
YES
Change.
4
The developing bias terminal
is dirty.
YES
Clean.
5
The Regulator Blade terminal
is dirty.
YES
Clean.
6
Image density is still low even
after the I/C has been
changed.
YES
Change High Voltage Unit.
Change PH Unit.
Change Master Board.
1
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Scanner.
Change Control Board.
NO
Connect.
IR
(4)
Check
Foggy background
Section
—
Engine
IR
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Extraneous light has entered
the copier.
YES
Protect copier from extraneous light.
1
PC Drum is contaminated with
foreign matter.
YES
Clean.
2
Drum charge voltage terminal
is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
Regulator Blade terminal is
dirty.
YES
Clean.
4
Seal bias terminal is dirty.
YES
Clean.
5
Foggy background still occurs
even after the I/C has been
changed.
YES
Change High Voltage Unit.
Change PH Unit.
Change Master Board.
1
Mirrors and lens are dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Exposure Lamp is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Scanner.
Change Control Board.
NO
Connect.
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Black streaks or bands
Section
Engine
IR
(6)
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
PC Drum is dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Sleeve Roller is contaminated
with foreign matter and caked
toner.
YES
Clean.
3
Toner spilled over areas inside
copier.
YES
Change I/C.
4
Fusing Roller is dirty.
YES
Clean or change.
NO
Change I/C.
NO
Position correctly.
1
Original is positioned correctly.
2
Exposure Lamp is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Scanner.
Change Control Board.
NO
Connect.
Black spots
Section
Engine
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
PC Drum is dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Sleeve Roller is contaminated
with foreign matter and caked
toner.
YES
Clean.
3
Toner spilled over areas inside
copier.
YES
Change I/C.
4
Fusing Roller is dirty.
YES
Clean or change.
NO
Change I/C.
1
Mirrors, lens, or Original Glass
are dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Shading sheet is dirty.
YES
Clean.
IR
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Blank streaks or bands
Section
Step
(8)
Result
Action
1
PC Drum is dirty.
YES
2
Sleeve Roller is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
Image Transfer Roller is
scratched.
YES
Change.
4
Fusing Roller is scratched or
dirty.
YES
Clean or change.
5
Paper Separator Fingers are
scratched or dirty.
YES
Change.
6
Dust is present on the light
path between PH and PC
Drum.
YES
Clean.
NO
Change I/C.
1
Original Glass, mirrors, or lens
are dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Shading sheet is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Control Board.
Change Scanner.
NO
Connect.
Engine
IR
Check
Clean.
Void areas
Section
Engine
Step
Check
Result
1
Sleeve Roller is contaminated
with foreign matter.
YES
Clean or change.
2
Image Transfer Roller is
scratched.
YES
Change.
3
Image transfer current terminal is dirty.
YES
Clean.
4
Developing bias terminal is
dirty.
YES
Clean.
5
Fusing Roller is scratched.
YES
Change.
NO
Change I/C.
YES
Change Control Board.
Change Scanner.
NO
Connect.
1
IR
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
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Smear on back
Section
Step
Check
Result
Action
1
Size error occurs (“H2” displayed).
YES
Set paper size.
2
Image Transfer Roller is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
Toner spilled over areas inside
copier.
YES
Change I/C.
4
Fusing Back-Up Roller is dirty.
YES
Clean or change.
NO
Change High Voltage Unit.
Change PH Unit.
Change Master Board.
Engine
(10) Uneven image density
Section
Step
Check
Result
1
Toner is even on Sleeve Roller.
NO
Change I/C.
2
Image Transfer Roller is dirty
or deteriorated.
YES
Clean or change.
NO
Change I/C.
Change PH Unit.
Change Master Board.
1
Original Glass, mirrors, or lens
are dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Shading sheet is dirty.
YES
Clean or change.
3
Exposure Lamp is dirty or
deteriorated.
YES
Clean.
Change Scanner.
4
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Control Board.
Change Scanner.
NO
Connect.
Engine
IR
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Section
Step
1
Engine
IR
Check
Result
Wiring between the PH Unit
and Master Board is connected.
Action
YES
Change PH Unit and Master
Board.
NO
Connect.
1
Original Glass is dirty.
YES
Clean.
2
Shading sheet is dirty.
YES
Clean.
3
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Control Board.
Change Scanner.
NO
Connect.
(12) Rough image
Section
Engine
Step
Check
Result
1
Toner is even on Sleeve Roller.
NO
Change.
2
Image Transfer Roller is dirty.
YES
Clean or change.
3
Image transfer current terminal is dirty.
YES
Clean.
NO
Change I/C.
Wiring between the Scanner
and Control Board is connected.
YES
Change Control Board.
Change Scanner.
NO
Connect.
1
IR
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(13) Periodically uneven image
Section
Step
Result
Action
1
Sleeve Roller drive gear is
cracked or contaminated with
foreign matter.
YES
Clean.
Change I/C.
2
Developing Unit drive gear is
cracked or contaminated with
foreign matter.
YES
Clean.
Change I/C.
3
PC Drum drive gear is cracked
or contaminated with foreign
matter.
YES
Clean.
Change I/C.
4
Image Transfer Roller drive
gear is cracked or contaminated with foreign matter.
YES
Clean or change.
5
Fusing Unit drive gear is
cracked or contaminated with
foreign matter.
YES
Clean or change.
6
PH Unit is securely fastened.
YES
Change PH Unit.
NO
Secure in position.
Engine
IR
Check
1
Scanner Motor drive gear is
cracked or contaminated with
foreign matter.
YES
Clean or change.
2
Scanner Motor is secured in
position.
NO
Secure in position.
3
Timing Belts are loose.
YES
Adjust.
4
Scanner rails are damaged or
contaminated with foreign
matter.
YES
Clean or change.
5
Scanner guide shaft is damaged or contaminated with foreign matter.
YES
Clean.
Change Scanner.
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Di151 SERVICE MANUAL [FIELD SERVICE]
Di151
SERVICE MANUAL
[FIELD SERVICE]
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